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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 hic1890110701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ; . ; .mzrv THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Evary Friday by bfflsm. swnUraanitjLlt. BBSffffWffS''i' JTi.TiMWJffll'T ' mt mWmtjJBtSt. njgaBrft, 'JUH1 'I'M1 UP laqjfTn' Mt fry; .TTTTefcj i?&$t-r2rs-h ty MptWH I'LifiiimL' LjiiliWi naMl ' .7' 7??SbR 1 GEORGE WAR11EN Hlokmnn, Kentucky. Offlet THE HICKMAN COTTRIE THl OLDBgTXBWBFAPBB ESTABLISHED Oonnldorod FINE JOB PRINTING EXECUTED WITH KEATHESS AID DISPATCH BALK BILLS, ENVELOPES, Jackion direct, next door to 01 tj HalL GEORCE WARREN, Editor. IB WESTERN KENTUCKY. 1890. Pricooi' Subscription, $150 CURHENT 1859. TIICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FItlDAY. NOVEMBER 7, COLLISION V0L.Bl. The Lai LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. NO. 4. CALL AUD SEE US. .s TOPICS. NEW IJIIjL OF ItKJHTS nnd Adopted by tho Commlttoo of tho Wliolo. now generally observed la J pan or n liny of rust A rot.oiiMi woman's exchange Is a lata enterprise at Atchison. Hum I to hnvo it ! (00,000 oloctrlo railway thirty miles long. Nkatti.i: charges from .,00 to 11,009 r, day for licenses fui ctruiisns. A l.KTTf.li from I.omloti says Queen Victoria In passionately fond of bablos. A Wisconsin packing company lini paid out ?'M,500 for oucumburs tills fall. A a term that lias Iron Invented In tho advancoof tho I a Buniiay Tim ('unvciillnii Itritnres Srimerapblo ml I'rlMlr.l Hcconls, With an r.,lllir. The Cont'.nutlAnal Convention UMril the lllll ol Itlclitt Commlit. n's report on llio t7lh ami stuck iiwin Hist mui !i tll.putrU lttlun el lli Cunstltutlvn 'llio ducutilon o( llm rules ul irwei1uto alio orcu.iril a Rood ileal of time. o that xhlle one rj radical amendment was ailnplril, llio inat of tlinso tilth liaveU'fn submitted were nut rrsrhnl ThisltoiiS of the tnntt Irnubletoue irellonl that the contention will uavt to comidrr The lmiorlsnl question itlallre totitriptlon from taiatlon, rranllnir etclutlfit vtlfirp-- i, tic, are Inrolteil, and the final Action laVen upon tlil. i lame will outline tho future couite of the mtjurltr ol the mcmbeit toward toriiorate time. Or.o. Joni:, N. a butter vendor, of J liM fallon heir to l'loa-.ntvlll- e, ttutrnee fur 1ui In conililrratlpn bl pubdo rrilro." that will obtlaie tho alJra vhich.li pT cout. I. cl. lined, lia.o ilun -- ujaitMtJto SPVJCH LATrtT roporla from Michigan and tloa pl.eid upo ias woll7i'".' r" A. rriwrtrU bf llio tommtttee the Mellon Wisconsin are that tho corn crop It tho readti Irtvitt for yoar. ' No msn or set of men It entitled to if pun In Tiik now laby hippopotamus In Con-tr- al ticlu.lre public emolument, or prlllt't from I'ark, Now York hat a mouth sovon-too- n the coinmunltjr. but In contldrrallon of pui ue ttrtleei, but no law malt - Irte.oeablo kuV Inches wldo. rrar.rhltri or lminunlli New Oiu.rAsV Commlttoo of Fifty uftpeclul prltllen, the (Irnftnl AMrmblv. shall lie granted liy wants $30,000 to arrest and convict tho Mr. I. T Mooru c eollco that he would to recooslder the utt bj assassins of that city. moio Tiik loading ritlron of Austin, Tox., which the hlrlnir of a proof reader fur the ton had been authorlred determined to put up a cotton mill cost ventlonolng lutu eomuiltlee of the whole on II e On r I rip a half million dollars. Hill of ltiUU. Mr I'tttlt't tulxtltutt for Mr A lit'.srji of loultlana rlco shows a McKlror't amenilment nr.l came under cos. ylold of four thousand five hundred tldcratlon It provided that ublles.bulMlnrs. thurcliea uitd fur rellilnut purro't Miffing grains from a lngln mod. rroiinda, chtrlltble In.tltutloiit, fiee public A ccist! of fruit trees hai brarl.s and putdie lind private school for tl.s boon taken In Ioa Angeles County. Tho education of children" might beeitmptedfnra taiatlon. ami, txrcvtlng private icbools, no total number It 10,3rt5,373. property should be eietopt Tiik name of Wayno Is tltln or retnufteatln( Mr Antler thought lher was no morejm part of tho title of moro places in tho tice In taemptlng prtvate schools from tataton than a railroad, or anr other bu.lncti preprt t'nltfd Slates than any other. relilriktiie out lilt MAlitunr. with deceased wife's sister ativetroeudment, tehoolt, wai that portion the adopted bv to pMvale Is again disturbing thn Pittsburgh Synod overohelrnlng vote of hflr net to fifteen tit tho United I'reabytvrlan Church. nara. Judge Ilecknrr's inollon to tUIVeout pin 1Uswki.i, I. i.n complains that he Audi on hit tablo a grsphs thrieandfourofMr. rrttil'ssutotilute etory alio carried plh- of political mall two foot high. Mr I'eltll hern wphdrew lilt tulttllute for A Chinaman In store clothes wearing Mr. XlcHlioj't amendment. auJ riding a bicycle, is ono The convention spent nearlv the whole dir of tho curlostles of Ufa In llrooklyn. on the ttth In dltcuttlDg the question of vh'th pro er thef would htve a printed itiort of An association of housewives In not. A rtiolutlon Instructing lh It to abolish kltcb(na and es- feedings or on I'rhitlng and Aeeounts to ten e (Viumillee tablish a central cooking with the iteaegraphers tip to date tnd hate i.o bouso. further piluled or ttenoirsphicre(ort of the etr. The Kuiprvsanf Germany drossos with proceedings, speeches,pa.ned end a motion tor The rrtolutlon groat plainness and thus sots an excel tnntlder laid on the stable by a tote of W to t lent example to her husband, which Is Bi the ttenographcrs will bate to tale the wholly lost. thanees of getllcc any thing for their woikif Tun Hollanders get along pretty well llinjr remain. I'hll Mjers, brother of lion. Hanej Mrert, and their national breakfast l wry simef Tovlnclon, It ore of the tteiiogrspblr ple, consisting of coffee, brown bread knofkrd out by tho pa.tage of the rrtolutlon and herring The printed reports resultln; from the fan it Tiir.m: Is not much moro than halt a of theomrial reporters or of the ptlnter been o full of grievous errors that msny of tie rrop of potatoes Id thn United .States wero simply ridiculous. 123,000.000 bushels, against M4.00O.000 irerhe. rertfd An aflrrnoon lemon was held and one w I bushels In )ks'.' hUd tiinrtv. A rewjlotlon was patted u Tin: Sultan o( Vltu Is In open "rvbcl-Han- adjourn I'rldijr nil until the following Tnw go agalntt llrltiah domination, and day, is gite delegates a chance to home aJ rote. I'ortugal it again biting her thumb at On the r.nh. Mr Wrollolk, of Meade, read am tho tamo power. submitted a resolution from the Karrren' S"" Joiiv ShcAiinn and Alex. I'lect, of Laborers' Union of his counlj; thlt being Washington, l'a , during thi past season only petlllen handed In. Mr. Twjmood submitted a rtiolutlon tJea iiarn killed two hundred and eighty protldes that tho Mate .ball putillihctt.tj.o, three grounlbi'ifs- uar a full statement of the rondlttm i f the A machlnn that enables one Treasury In a paper publlthed al the teitol operator to last 5,000 pair of shoes a gorernment, the (ioternor lo h.ve the right to week is ono of thn latest things In lalor go to the Trratury at any llaie and vertly the rath biilar.ee Deferred l the Comoilltto on tailng machinery r.tecutite IhpartmenL A llAt.limiiir scientist declares that The contention then retolved Itself Into the unlets drdglng Is sloppisl tho Maryland Committee of the Whole, and returned cont'd section of the ot the oyster will disappear from tho market eratlon Itlglitt, "public service' tho numerous 11111 of Tho voting upon within three yean. tmcmlmentt was finally concluded, and the lecA !tw went Into effect In Louisiana tion, aitvinptcd. readti heclhui t No man, or set ot men, aren-tllle.- 1 rcnntly requiring tho railroad comlo separata, e t elu.ive puhllf einnlume ntt panies to furnish soparato cars for white or prtvllegts from Its community, eteept at and colored persons. thai! be proilded for In this Contlltutioni and (icMKUAi. IUmitii, thn Commnnder-ln-chie- f shall l patted by the Uencral Assembly of tho Salvation army, wanta making any Irrevocable grant of specific privileges, Iranchltet or Immunities. fAOOfl.oOO in cath, right off, to carry on 1 he ntit tei lion taken up wai that relating to tho work In Kngland. llbcL TiiriiK are now four widows of Ku Mr llromon oflered the trctlon In theold bill promo Court Jusilces living In Wasat a tubtlllute, huh ti adopted lr a vols of I J to . The section a. propoted by the rommlt-lihingtonMrs. Walte, Mr. Wood, Mr. readt Stanley Matthews and Mrs. Miller. See. S. In protreatlons for the piibllratlnn ClllKir. pheasants wero Intrrslured ofpapeis, Invettlgatlnr the ofneiat conduct of into tho vast forests of Oregon ton yean officers or persons In public rapacity, or "hero ago, and now it It ottlmaUd that thero the matter puWlthed Is proper for public Information, the truth thereof msy be glten In aru 1,000,000 of them in tho country. etldenco nnd In all Indictments Mr trials for WeHLern cat tin ri.lu,r ill l(,i lid - li.ill,-r- il Tlir. r. ih.il ll ,.(, !',, ing of forming a combination to handlo criminal catet. to determine the 'sets, under the illrecl Ion ot the court ss to the law. as In their own product from tho field to thn defense sod It market, thus doing away with mlddlo ether cases, that tho shall be a turnelent was truo matter publlthed In any rate men. and was publlthed "lib good. Intent.' Joiix IlArKt.r.r, who has given a As adopted tl It the old lection wli eh It tho tame at the state up to tho word Indu ' intents. 1100,000 library building to Muskegan, Jury V"t ' I. After Unit, ii. i ! M!:b., worked Mi -- i fioiu 1'litUdel shall hsve a right to drlcimine the It" tnd tho phi a to that city twenty years ago, a fecit under the direction of the court, at In or boy, on a lumber vessel. other catet " Pcctlon five was ueit considered end sdoptetl HrNAIon.MultMLt. of Vermont, Is thn lelng laroo as reported third man who has bcon olocted for a at In the old by the committee, read.- tie Constitution aud fifth term In thn I'nlted Slates Senato. "Rcrllon i. All elections shall It tree and Tho other two wero llonton, of Missouri, C0.31S." .Mr Nunn succeeded In amending PenlonOby and Anthony, of Ilhodo Island. ighL" "ancient mode Mo A KAVWATlox company It In courso changing Iho wonlt adopted, the section rendf pf formation at Homo, with ftn,nintnnn At SrviMfi J. Tii iiin ui mui lij it m"iii g Urn of capital, for the purjtosa of be held raertd, and remain Inviolate, tub eel lo thrro rapid llneji of steamers be- such mfidincailoct at may bo authorlred 17 this Constitution ' tween Italy, India, China and Japan. Hecilou S wat nest considered. Mr Tugh by the I'm: best ploiurea no far takon of the moved to amend the only change madetecuro" committee. It was that making moon show that parallel walls, whoso lu tltlko tops aro no moro than '.'00 yards or to In "recured" Mr I'ugU's molluti was tei lion Is out tho Inller "it" Adopted. Die width, and which Arc not more than thesamo as pretent section elcu'Uj at tlopt'd 1,000 or 1,200 yards apart, aro plainly reading; tl"Seo. S. The people thtll tic tecure l Ihelr visible. person?, pirert Tturte: chsngo tho courso of uwnl. nnra.onabla atareh and and possetstee'hi from war .etiuret Oeorgo .Stephenson, tho engineer, could rant shall Issue to search any placeand Mir any or not ralso tho passagn money to romo to pertcn or thing without iletcrlblng them as Amcrlcn, and the United Statos lofct tho lifitly u. may be, uor Mlllioul probable tau.e, tbiiliinnntiv engine to IUPorted by oath or affirmation." honor of Al the afternoon tcttlou tccllon 10 wat tho world. adopted tt follows! Fiiiiii tamo Olueks hvocost tho county "8riliun 10. That In all criminal protecu-tlon- t the arruted hath a right lo be heard by pf Cascade, Mont., about $8,000, owing among neighbors for tres- hluitelf and counsel) to demand the nature and to cross-suitcame of the arcutatlon agalust hlni to inert pass perjury nnd threats of liodlly harm. the wlintitea fare to face to have rompultory Ono of tho men has boon sunt to thn procett for obtaining wllneitrt In his fmor. that he ean not be compelled to (tlte evUlenro ponltontlary. deprlted of hit Hour, few years ngo tho Paris picture aialntl hlmtelf, nor can hit be by the Judgment life, liberty or property unlets dealer, Ferret, bought a picture for S3 ol hit peert or the law of the Isnd, and, In prot In a rag and bono shop. Ho soon ecutlont by Indictment or Information, n speedy public Irlal by an Impartial Jury of th that it was a portrait by but the and got rid of It for ja.OOO to tho tlilnage,genertl (lanernl Anembly mar f"In thangeot venue Itws for vldn by lato M. ltothan, tho dlplomutlst Thn turh proiecutloni for both the defendant and jilcturo which It In dordoan'sbestman-ne- r IlieComind.tweatlh, tin Kecllon II the committee wat tuitamcd has Just fetched 511,000. lection I'jirsidk.nt CAitNor, n Farlslan caterer rollonlng It theNo personas adopted- "Section fur an relate, flndt dinner giving rathorox-ptntlv- (cute shall It proceeded ngslntt Indictable of be criminally by At his last thero wero covers Information, eicept In such cases at do not for four hundred, and tho hill was Bovon amount to felony, and eteept In catet arltleir land or naval forces, dollars per cover with fifteen hundred In tho In actual service In time nr In Ihomllltit when of qunrtt of champngno nt two dollars per danger, or by leave of court, for war or publio opprcinonor quart, whllo tho bullet for tho reception, mlidrmeanor In office " etc., brought tho total to music, At the morning iritlon of the convention on Sowers, thousand dollar. f In 31,600; llCMNr.M men arc complaining of tho scarcity of papr money of small denom- lnttrst V'otwilhMjndlnfl the fact that ixenljrlwo inations. wero al Hr. Locia Cocntv, Minn, Is about larire prliitfit pages of ainemlnienls BilOillonal rcilr onhaml, there eie icrcral Con ono and a quarter times a largo ene tent In IheCTih. nectlcuL It tceint that earn of the members It endear erlng to solve tho rt3 .!n cl tutlltutUi .ume f Davenport, ), 1'orRt.ATlit.v la., Increase, 5,600, or 30.55 u- i to Fi-o- eyo-glaia- l'hll-adelph- 111 he " t' i.stiio hI" his representatives, and without Juttcouipenia-llo-n helnit previously made to him." The folloKlng sections ot tho report ot the commltieo wero thm luken up, one by one, and adopted with little or nodctntn, encli be Inu the itme at In thn pretent Constitution Heo. 13 All courts shall be open nnd every person for an Injury done htm In his lands, foodi, prton er reputation, ihall havo remedy by du"cvursool law, and right and Justice tilthniit sale, denial or delay. Bee II. No power ot impending luwi thill bo eserclted, unlets by the General Assembly or Hi authority Krc It All prltouers shall be ballal.lo by sufficient securities, unless fur capital offenses, when tho proof I. evident or the presumption great, and tho prlvi'rg-eo-f incwrltuf habeut corpus shall not In autndcd unless when In cases ol rebellion or Invasion the public ttfety may rrqulro It Pec II Ksrciilve ball ihall not tio required nor eire.tlvo lines lmioied, nor cruel punltliment Innieted, Heo I? 1 he person of a debtor, where there Is not strong presumption of fraud, shall not bo continued In 'prison after delivering up hit esltte for Die benefit of kit creditors In such manner at shall lie prescribed by law. At the afternoon session the work as resumed In the ( oinrnltt'o of the Whole. Mr Mickey opposed Mr Knott's amendment, anrtltnat rejeiled without lettlne; a Hngl vole. The section was then adopted as follows! 'Hectlon IS No ex pott facto law, nor any obligations of contracts shall Ur Imp.lrii.g Ui Oenerml Assembly.' Mjtikeet! ih The following sections were then taken up tnd adopted, with Utiles ilcbste, same at In the old bill- '8ec IV No person ihall be attained for treason or felony by the (ieneral Assembly, and no attainder shall ork corruption of blood, nor, ttctpl durinii the lifo ol the offender, forfeiture ofrtlate to thn Commonwealth. "Set to. The ottatet of such persons as ihall dettroy their own lltei shall .descend or veil at in cases ol natural death, and If any person thtll I e killed by casually there shall be no forfeiture by reason thereof, 'Sec. tl -- No ttindlnc army thill, In time ot pace, t maintained without the content of the (Ieneral Asteirbly. and the military shall in allctiet tnd at all timet be In strict subordination lo tho civil potter, nnr ihall any soldier in time of H'aee lie quartered In any houic without 'he content of Ine owner, nor In time ol war but In a manner prescribed by law ''tec Tl. The (Ieneral Anembly shall not grant any title of nobility or hereditary distinction, ror crate an office the sppolntment .0 which shall be fur n longer time than a term ot years. 'See M ''.migration from the Btate shall not be prohibited " Mr Kanntr pronounced SectlonM "old, antiquated and bald headed," but he failed to get through bit amendment, amid general laughter. Aflcrtomedttcutiion the slat ery clause wai adopted as follows"See II Slavery and Involuntary servitude in this State are forbidden, eteept as a punishment for crime whereof the parly shall have teen duly convicted " Thete was no opposition to thlti Sec. IV No armed person or bodies of men shall tt brought luto thlt State for the preserv stitn of the pesee or the supprettlon of domestic violence, eicept upon the application of the Oenrral Assembly, or of the Ooternur when the A.tembly may not be In session. After an amendment to the lottery seollon was voted down It wat patted and Is as follows! "Sea M lotteries, rjttt enterrrltet and any other species of gambling or gaming are forbid, den and no privileges tli.il t granted for such purposes and rone ihall beeierclted, and no schemes tor similar purposes shall be allowed. The General Assembly shall enforce .this sec All lottery privileges Hon by proper penalties. or charters heretofore granted are revoked.'1 Mr MackoyandMr lloebel stoutly opposeit the new Section '.'7, which delaret tbat "No perpetuities of ettate shall be allowed eteept for charitable purposes, and the (Ieneral Assembly thtll pats all proper Itws In reganl to the same " Mr. lleeltl's motion to strike it out prevailed, and the following, which wis the latl section of thn committee's report, was adopted unanimously. To rruard agalntt trantgresslon ot "See. have delegated, we th tilth powers wbleli declare that every tblup In Ibl. article It ex eepte-- 1 out of the general power of Government and shall forever remain Inviolate, and all lawa contrary thereto or contrary to tbli Conttitu tlon shall -t told," Thn Cominltiee of the Whole rote, reported progress, ami the Convention adjourned until to morrow at 0 a. m. The Convention en the 31st was called to order at nine o'. lock a. m and the Proceedings were opened with prajer by Ilev. Father Young The Journal ot yesterday's proceedings was read and approttd. On motion of Mr Carroll, the Convention Intel! Into Committee of the Whole, Mr. Young In the chair a parliaMr. Knott t substitute canted mentary debate of two hours, and the Convention adjourned until Thursday. NotembcrC AT SEA. Ovor Ono Hundrod tho Bottom Off Barnngat. teamthlp Hon ESCAPE FROM JA1T., Brllkt and Rurreitfut 1'lan of Joha O, Tltllngton, the Mlsaonrl Dtaperada, Victims Go to JolnC Turlington, tho noted desper- 1W Cu.ueofl OPERATOR on .CENSUS, nerlntetlon-o- fl MO-fa- strange Down fly Hehooner, nnil lloth Mink In Seven Minutes, i Tho stoamshlp Vlrcaya, of tho Span d lthAmorlcan Lino, collided with a schooner on Thursday evening, when six mllos off llamegat, and both The vessols sank almost ltnmodlatoly. steamer Humboldt, which arrived in llrooklyn, Friday morning from llraztl. rescued eight of tho crow, tho first and second officer, tho onglnecr and surgeon of tho Vlrcaya. So far as Is known at present theso aro tho only porsonsoutof a total crow and passongorltstof eighty six ot tho Vizcaya and tho crew ot tho unknown schoonor that havo botn saved. It is feared that all tho others havo been lost. Tho details aro meager. The Vizcaya loft ltrklyn Friday at 1 p. m., for Havana and other Cuban porta. Hho bad a largo cargo of freight, and nlno regua crow of aoventy-tovolar passongcra. Thero woro others on board, however, who aro not entered on tho passongcr list. At 8:30 on Thursday schoonor evonlng a largo, hovo In sight, tiho was n much larger vessol than tho Vizcaya, and ImmedHer iately boro down upon hor. bowsprit struck tho Btoamship on tho starboard bunkers, carrying away the brldgo and cabin. Tho captain of tho Vizcaya, who was standing on tho bridge, was instantly killed. .Seven minutes later both vessels had sunk, and tho passongors and crows wero struggling in tho wator. Thero wore heartrondlng shrieks and crlos, which woro hoard by tho peoplo on board tho Humboldt. Tho captain ot that vostol hcadod fur tho spot whoro tho cries ot distress wero heard as quickly as possible, and saw tho spars and masts ot tbo sinking vessel disappear. Sovcral persons could bo seen struggling in Iho water, lloats wero lonored and twolvo persons wero picked up. Thocrioswero hushed and not another could bo seen. After waiting somo timo tho Humboldt steamed away. A negro was picked up by a small boat afterward. Ho belonged to tho Vizcaya. Tho captain nnd crow of tho unknown schooner nro supposed to havo been drowned. It is boliovcd that over ono hundrod llvos wero lost by tbo collision. n four-maste- d . - f. . The lir New. llAtlt. Following hit proceeding of Thursday, Postmaster Kltcblo again throw tho mailed edition of tho Leavenworth Times out of tho mall Friday morning. Tho paper was unraallablo becauso it reprinted tho list ot tho Catho In giving radios lic Fair tho postmaster's account of an action, l'ostmaster General Wanamakor sustains l'ostmaster Hltchlo, and in reply to his telegram of inquiry simply wired: "Unmallablo." Friday nf tor- noon suit was tiled by tho Times In tho district court against Postmaster Ultchln for 510,000 damages. Tho claim Is miido tbat no Inw can forbid an American newspaper to print tho news. Terrible Story From Ttnttla. Tbo Vosslscho Zcltung confirms tho report from Wnrsaw that while a number of persons woro leaving Russia, their Intention being to emigrate to Ilrazll, they wero fired upon by tho Russian frontier guard at Sluco, Tho Warsaw report, howovcr, stated tbat nine pemons wero killed, whllo tho Zoitung says that only four of the party lost their lives. Elect Offlcert. A TEST OASE. Leavenworth Times Acln Stopped the rn.tina.ter, anil Mrlng. .Suit, on six ttonths, offocted his oscapo Saturday Engineers anil Firemen Killed, nnd a rf umnlgul In a clover manner. After tho ber of l'ataonffers Jlerloatly tnjoretl. guarci had given him his supper It had boon tholr custom to allow him tho freeAn accident, most horrlblo In dotall, dom t! tho Jail for tbo purposo of ocourrod on tho Dolaware, Laoka if until 8 o'clock. Doputy Shorlff wana and Westorn railroad at Hock Cut, Nicholson took him his supper at 0 a station about thrco mile south of o'cloilt, and left Turlington's coll Syracuso, N. Y;, through tho unduo ot open to that ho havo flolousness of a loy telegraph operator might bis iiual exorcise. As soon as ho by the name of M. A. Clark. Tho acciwas lft alonn tho desperado rigged dent ocourrod Monday afternoon, and out a lummy with the pillow and blan- the blumlurof the operator resulted in ket from his bed and an old shirt Ho the death ot four persons, the Injury ot placed tho dummy In tho bed so that it many others and tho destruction ot would appear to bo lying with It baeJt sovoral thousand dollar worth of tho to thtdoor. Ho placed his supper dishes rolling stock of tho road. Tho New outside jiho door, and arranged the coll York and I'aclflo day oxprcss train for tie nlebt in Its usual wav. and nro- - from tbo south, whtchlsduo in Syracuso eeedei fr tbo room In the lower part ot at 5:55 p. m., passes Rock Cut at 5:40 tho hlldlng occupied by Deputy bber- - o'olock. It does not stop thorn, but IRSMch-iJso- n and Oarrottson. Tborohe. pastes tho station at tlio usual rato ot i l..t, StSiHl-'S,- 0 lit) 4DJljfWsVwr.aS-m-eer.tVehour. Iioforo tho oxpross was duo at r.vorablb opportunity to make bis which tircsenled Itsolf when tho Itook Cut two coal trains from Syracuso two doputlos wtnt into tho room had arrirod at the station and bad boon prepared for thtlr supper and wont to run on a switch on tho north side of tho I Then Turlington main track. Tho engine of tho first tho dining-rootrain tbat went in on tho switch stood nmergad from bHplaco of concealment, and cscapud by thK window, which was protty well up toward tho east end of tbo only a fow feet froa tho ground. When sldo track. Englnoer James Doylo of Turlington's coll to Scranton, l'a., of tho coal train, was In tho Nloholson wont socuro tho prison1 for tho night, he cab ot his onglno waiting for tho oxfound tho supporfdlshcs outride tho pross to pass, whon bo would pull out. door, and mlstakirr tho dummy for his Michaol Harney, a brakeman, was also slcoplng charge, licked and bolted tho In tho cab, cleaning bis lantern. Ti door. Turllngtot's clover ruso was not second coal train was behind Doylo'a and about soventy feet from the cabooso dlscovorcd untilo'clock Sunday morn ing, when thoguard attomptcd to of the forward train. Clark, tho operTho ator, was In bis room, In tho station, a arouse tho dumiy for breakfast alarm was gln and the soarch for tho fow rods oast of tbo switch. Ho was on eight tho lookout for the express. The lat At fugitive waf begun. Suiday nlgbt ono o'clock of ter was on time, and as tho headlight party roturned and of its onglno camo Into vlow, tho searching reported thttVio trncoof Turlington had it flashed through Clark's mind been found, xcept, perhaps, three that the switch was opon, and horses which bid been stolen during tho that it it was not closed the cw press night at dlflcrefct points on the road to would dash into tbo coal train. No JefTiiraou Clly.t Tt Is thought that the sooner did tho thought ontor his brain fugitive may bra takon this means to than ho dashed out of tho door, rushed got away. Turlngton was regarded as to Uio switch and swung it over. Then ono of Uio moi dosporato men In tho ho rcalizod, but too late, his mistake. Southvost. HoWas tho murderer of As tho switch was turned tho oxpross Cranior, and was a con- swung onto tho sldo track, and tho fessed train robbjr. Tho former crlmo crash of tho onglnos spoko tho result. was committed aier ho had beon ar- Llko monsters they ground each othor rested at Scdaliaror shooting at a rail- to piecos. Tbo nolso ot Uio collision road brakoraan. 1 confederate supplied was lost in tho cries of tho passengers blm with a revilver, and ho attackod within tho coaches of tho oxpross train. Sheriff Cranmertono night when tbo The fireman and ongineer of oacli enlattor had takon lis supper to him. He gine wero caught in tho wreck shot tho sheriff lit tho breast, but tbo and gronnd to doath. The bnggago and train offlcor succeeded bolting tho prison- - express car ot tho passenger er's coll door bofd o lurllngton could turnod over into tho ditch on tho north mako his oscapo. i'htlo awaiting trial sldo of tho track. In tho car wero W. oxor-cislro, ado, bo has bcon confined In tho county Jill at lloonevlllo. Ma, tor tho past a Disastrous Wrook tho D., L. & W. Road. the Wa 13 rei Made Public by So cent. The increase between I8S0 and ISO srat unequal rter (llttt Us a rtnitila cut the ptrts by Into In the first ult Fonnd with Stato ceatus taken la fcs nf 1IU0 and 1880. of the decade the Increase four years was 13.1 per cent , while In the last six lov. No. rate ot 33 per cent, betwoen 1870 and ISW, whlll fce'.seca UiT) and 1S30 the rate was but M tei lt. on i States Friday. Ml famine, 1M0, for tho latter crime ho confessed to boing tho confederate! ot Hill Templo in tho Vlnlta (I. T.) thin robbery, Tom plo was convicted ol tho lattor crimo at Fort Worth, Tx., aid is now serving tlmo for it. Turll niton was convicted ot Sheriff Cranmer'l murder, and was scntonced to bo ban Jed. He was grant ed a now hearing, nd was awaiting trial when ho escaped. H. Topponall, of Oswego; Goorgo Derby, of Cortland, and Josiah Kimball, ot Os wego. All woro moro or less injured, though not fatally. Michael Tiornoy was also badly hurt. All tho passengers wero badly shakuu up, though only ono was injured soriously. That ono was Mrs. Julia Corcoran, ot lluffalo, whoso splno was hurt, and two ot hor ribs broken. USURY IN ITALY. As High as Twelve Hundred 1'trCent. I'alil by Sumo Acrlculturltts. i!l. !.- estr.li-llshln- Tho llrltlsh Consul at llrln.llsl, In tho course of an Intorostlng iupurt on thu trade and agriculturo of his district, especially of tho province of I.ecco observes that thero aro but thirteen local bank in tho province, or and that small proprietors, unablo to obtain advances from thoagenclesof tho large banks and having no bank to assist them, havo to retort to usurers to obtain funds to cultivate their vineyards. In tho published statistics of tho I'hnmbcr ot cotnmorco for tho provlnco for tho yoar 18SS somo astounding llguret on tho subject aro given. "How tho Chambor has obtained thn information I am unablo to say, hut thn surprising feature is that, after paying the land tax: of 10 per cent-- on tho value of the land, thu owner has been ablo to pay such rates of Interest as thoin limited lmlntv fas ho must havn dono his sacrificed or haso tSttch being tho caso, property). It can only result that had these) tinfortunato proprietors been ablo to get money on fairly easy terms, say 8 to 10 per cont, Kr Annum, they would havo found agriculturo In thn provlnco n very profitable peculation. At first sight It would scorn that such a stato of fornign bankers; if proprlotors can and do pay such rates of Interest, surely legitimate lianklnr business would prosper here. Tho communes cited aro In positions, far from tho larger towns, which In boiuo moasuro At tho last day's session of tho InterAssociation, at national Keokuk, la., tho following officers woro elected: 1'. II. Klwood, Starkvllle, N.Y., Socor, Forest City, pretldcnt; Huge-nla., vice president; C. 1. Dadant. Hamilton, 111., secrotary; l.rncst It. Hoot, Medina, ()., treasurer. Albany, N. Y., was cboson as tho placo of next meeting. Knocked Out. Friday morning tho Ohio Supremo Court ovorruled tho application of Louis Kcemelin ot al. forleavoto (Ho a petition In error, in tho proceedings to enjoin Mayor Mosby from appointing the members of tho now Hoard of City AfTho ground for fairs for Cincinnati. this action is that thn caso is not a proper ono for Injunction. The Nicaragua Canal. Work on tho Nicaragua Canal from tho entrance atGroytovtn has progressed into the interior about thirteen nnd mllos The cast! v. ill be cor... pleted nnd open for traffic In tho no.l four years. ono-ha- lf Tonnesseo, hits Imnn arrested, and confesses tho murder of Norrls Walts, tha young Hngllshinnn who was nssassln. ated whllo out hunting uuarCumbcrlnud Gap. Garrott Southern, Norrls Watts' Murderer. a wood-chopp- cf things mlp-ii- t lu worthy the sttentlon of Our Population. Census Human bulletin gives the population of the United States, oxclu slvo ot whites In Indian Territory, Indians on reservations and Alaska, at A O3,4S0,S4O. s Jor-dea- n, 11 explains matters. Genuine Leprosy. Tho table gives n list ot twonty-clgh- t A genuine caso of leprosy has beeri rommtinos, with tho rato per cent, discovered at Chester, l'a., nnd there charged for money lent to ngrl consequently much oxcltetnent. Tho cultorlstx. Tho lowost rato Is 40 and victim Is n Swede, John Anderson. tho highest l.'.'OO per cont. Tho avoraga Is almost 1)13 per cent, throughout tho Anotbtr Original Package Decision. ontlro provlnco. London Financial Judgo Caldwoll, of tho U. S. Circuit . News. Court, at Little ltock. Ark., held that under tho rovont net of Congress nnd tho A very novel suggestion for tho construction of forts to defend our seaboard existing Stnto laws of Iowa, "tho origin eltios comes from Mr. Anderson, tho al package Is doad, and has no proteclaw after It crosses head of Ida engineering dim which has tion of Intor-Statcontracted with tho Oovernmont to tho border of a prohibition Stato. m 1 a o build tho llght-houson Outer Diamond Stolen Timber. shoal at Capo llntteras. Ills proposition Thn notlco that tho Government would Is to sink caissons upon tho sandy shoals which exist at tho mouth of no.trly all sell tho swamp and railroad indemnity our rivers, nnd upon thorn to erect forts lands near Fail Clare, Wis., has led to of 300 feet In diameter, built of solid tho discovery that all tho Indemnity concrete, with walls 50 foot thick, with lands havo been stripped of tholr tima bomb-proo- f armor of stool over thu In- ber and aro valueless. toe Mill lit former action was rescinded and the stenographic and primed records were re terior. l'rovldonco Journal, Quo Bearing Hard on ths Jswt. An exploration rarly ont by tho with The Tho Director General of 1'ollcoatSt, beo Govomment to tho head wators of itored,dollars an editor upon latlrr win receive "And you will bo stiro Consistency, a day r iihl .utterance. Several to tho Ottawa nnd (lallneau rlvor. reports petitions were presented to come and too mo this summer whllo I I'otorsburg, has Instructed tho police h that tliom nro mngnlflcent forests of Tho convention then resolved Itself Into the am away'." "Why, certainly, dearest, rigidly adhere to tho letter of thodirectlaw. Tho police nro also plnn tlmhor In that region not under Commltieo of Die Whole to resume rontldera on the wings of love I shall fly to you of of Hectlon loaso, and which will provo valuabln Hon on Preamble I J,and tho report of tho Commit as soon as I have a moment's time." ed to com pol tho families of .lows Dill of Itlglitt, It b4Vlnir tee front the country, or transferred sources of rotenuo to the 1'rovlncu. been upon that section when Idjourninent wat 'Shall 1 oxpect you by tho oxpross Mil. VlU.AIlli will spend S I, COO, 000 I a had yesterday alteruoon, train?'' "Well, no, I think I shall como from ono portion of It to another, to with them. After a leiiglhy debate, In which Mr. Ooebel, by tho accommodation. transforming tho stroot car linos in Mil It is very com of Covington, ably advocated fait substitute, waukoo no thoy ca.n run by electricity. Itcrlthaiii, ol bhclby, llsewlte ably fort.tblu, you know. " Fllegondo lllattor. while Mr A Vacant Consulship. Tiik greatest distance over rccorJd defended tho provision In (he present Coutti John F. Gowey, of Olytupla, Wash., Tho teason things go wrong so of ton at which tho souod of cannon has boon lutlnn. Hie latter'! tulttllute wat adopted tnd U. 8. Consul to as folluwsi In this world Is because men won't tnko recently appointed heard was on tho 4th of December, 1833, Is "Bectlon H No prrion shall, for the tune women's advice. If you don't bolluvo Toklo, Japan, has sunt In his resigns! when tho cannon of Antwerp woro hoard be tnlcepul in Jeopardy ot hit Hie or Consul Gowey tlon to tho Fresldont, In tho Kncgoblrgo mountains at a dls limb, nor ahull any man's properly be taken or this at Hint, Just go and ask tho wiujuu tcslgns oi' icrount ot 111 bealtti. that's all. Souiorvlllo Journal. applied 10 public use without tho content 0; of T0 miles. tance nnti-Jewisnfli-ntJ The Notorious llutl McCoy Main In the OM.fi mil-r- e j. Moaotalne l'enlinlily. Hud McCoy, leader of the notorious McCoy gang, was killed near Low In Jury a lttcbmond, Ind., which is in Camp, Logan County, W. Va., on tho vostigaing tho recent murder of T. J. extension of tbo Norfolk & Westorn Hloun'tn tho Kastorn Hospital for In by a man named Dom.roy. sano U attendants, tbo body was again railroad, bullots wero found in his Hlghteen taken ap bvmday and another and moro body, and othor parties aro supposed compbto attopsy was made by Dr. W. II. to havo killassisted In Iho Flotchr, of Indianapolis, ani Dr. T. J. ing. McCoy had collected consldorablo Jlowlcs of Muncio. Tho autopsy was monoy from Contractor Lewis, nnd was made to dlscovor, it possible, whether returning to his home on I'ntor's creek, Mount's Mr. death resulted from Kentucky; although It is thought nn other auses than thoso already known, old grudgo rather than plunder promptas tbeofflcers at tho asylum had claimed ed tho killing. Hxcltemont is high, and before thn grand jury and atothortlmos It Is believed Dcmp-o- y and associates that lo had died of asphyxia, conges- will bo captured, nnd summary vongo-anc- o if stomach, pneumonia, paralysis tion dealt out. McCoy is known to havo and moral othor diseases. Tho liver, killed olght men, but always escaped lunge heart, stomach, ktdnoys and punishment. brains ore all examined in turn, and Forgot the Baby. found normal, nhich disputes the story At Teorla, 111., Mrs. James II. Cartco that .odied from othor thanbelngklck-o- d to loath. Throe moro fractured ribs was engaged in cleaning a carpet with woro ound, making olght In all, that gasollno, whllo on a bod in thn namn room lay a llttlo baby. In somo manwero orokon. ner tho gasollno caught tiro and spread s over tho room. It so frightened tho Chinese Drowned. woman that sho ran screaming from tho Adneos from Yokohama, per steamer Oeontlr, stato that n telegram from room, forgetting her child. Tbo flro Oskn.ilated October 14, suys that two department extinguished tho blaze, but bound from Fuson when tho Infant was rescued it wns Chinrso to Jrscn, had foundered in a galo on found to bo terribly burned. Its eyes October 9, sixty mllos from tho latter were burned out and Us Angora burned Kongo off, and It died in a cotiplo of hours. port Tho Japanoso loft Kubo for Turkey Octobor 10, with Fot ot Gold, lu 0:a Coin, round. tho s rvlvors of tho Tnrklsh On tho old ltuport homestead, Just Of tho 500 persons lost on Erte sroul. west of Argentine, Kas., John llupert tho F'tnugmtil, thn IkvIIo-- j of 250 havo and Janus llolloway found a pot of gold, boon sashed ashore and by actual count tho pot contained 3,000 In coins ranging from ono dollar for Flfty-Flfears. up Is do'.lr.ie, ui.uiy them ol ;,:, :.:- -, u. oiraiii, wimny Known datos prccodlng tbo Mexicanofwar, and as Tho Modern Martyr," died In Is believ Wil' tmantlc, Ct, Sunday. Sho was nono of them later thaulbSI. It born t Haslford, CU, In 16.11 Sho was ed that tho pot was buried by Uio owner vigorous and nctlvo until sho during tho troublous border tlmo Just unut-allwas eleven years of ago, when sho was procedlng the opening of tho civil war, and It Is probublo Unit tho owner was proseatod by a violent cold, which rt dlseaso thrit settled In hor killed. llm!', making her a holploss Invalid. Reduction of Canadian Postage. The Boston Herald Ottawa dispatch Shewn confined to hor bod for noarly rvayn It Is officially announced that tho fifty live years. Dominion Government has decided to A Coincidence. reduce tho rates of postage to n tno in, I is tho stead of a threo cent rato throughout remarkable coincidence C'tths in Selma, la., of threo pioneer Canada and to tho United States. citizens William Illrch, aged 83; J. n Railway. IValkor, 81, nnd Jacob Lofovre, aged lilt. Tho Russian Government has decided Theso threo went to Iowa when Indians ind bears mado their homes in tho hills to contmenco work on tho railway without di'lny, using nt first f llurllugton and vicinity, and havo iaolt thoro ovor since. Tholr deaths tho resources of tho treasury, nud after-war- d raising an internal loan for iho occurred within a few minutes of each purposo. othor. Desperate Murdarer, Children Burned to Death. At Jollut, 111., tho murderer Joseph Tho Lako House, Starbuck, Minn., Novak, Bentoncod to death, attempted was burned. Two children of tho proprietor, K. 1 ltyneo, woro burned to to kill himself In his cell by nttomptliii; death. Two others wero so badly burned to dash his brains out against thn stono lloor during tho absenco ot his lecepor tbat they aro not oxpectod to lire. A physician wns Monday morning. called and sowed up tho holo in his t Falls Heir to a Million Dollars. scalp and pronounced his injuries not Hy tho rocont sudden death of Mr. I A. Koblnson, In llrooklyn, N. Y., Judgo fatal. .Strong, of Slarucca, Wayno County, l'a., Hair Million Dollar Fire. falls hor to proporty valued at 51, 000, A flro In San Francisco destroyed tho not). llurllugton llotol, damaged tho Grand Hotel nnd destroyed other property agPublic Debt Reduction. Tho Hall Safe nud Tho publio dobt rodtictlon during Oo gregating S.100,000. Lock Company Is n loser. tobor was $3,008,01!!. TiiS ilKMSA.d'flam Crime Further Con. ?'-, l'uof Agwlnat the Attendant.. Fttrsttnt to nn order from tho grand man-of-wman-of-wTrans-SlbirtaTrans-Siberian i WAS KIOKBD TO DEATH. SHOT EIGHTEEN TIMES. Into two equal parts, and shows an Increase In the first halt of 1A8 per cent, and during tbe Iteicrtatlon and Alaska, second half of but 7.T per cent.cent, between 1879 Terrlv Minnesota Increased 78 per i figures may be slightly wasM 1 and tnort exact compilations, and 1880 and 7 per cent, between 180 a 1990, change tho numerics! Increase being over half million I net be material. Wit so la atles was E0.iss.T83. The In the last decade. The Stat ceuut, taken oc"IB I the population la the ten 1S, shows that tbe bulk ot this ucrease absort per. curred between 1880 aad 1883. at ll,3M,7 and the .yea': the last ten year the population at aist&f. In ltnotbe otu- - . During considering MBteftf the two States of Netta LSI S,MS,87I. According to Dakota, lalkm together, bas Inelate ucrease tnthede- - Dakota and South Dakota M0,S7", or JT7 per the 139,177 to creased from ISO wat U,W7,4Und I cade cent.; Nebraska from 453,403 to I.OATW, or tie was 90.08. the 131 per cent., and Kantaa from 990,098 to kese figures ihow that the 1.423.4SA or 43 per cent. This Increase has 1 between IHO and 1890 pop' not, however, continued uniformly throughout has tetTeca isra and Itso, only In 1883 Dakota contained 4I9.SIO . i,. create has apparently dl--1 the decade. . ,fc. while 9HS7per eeat If these I nresent pormlatlom u.h,..i,. Blnti iMniui. frost correct data they OU Inhabitants la the lame year, thus dividing figures tttappelBstatJ- - Buenaredno-..- J would bov the numerical tncreaae quite,, equally hetsreea US Ik. two halves ot thej decade, hut itevlag the the enormous lrasuVatloa during the last ten the In the years would argue a great diminution In the fe greater percentage of Increase Kansas first by tame year cundity of tho reputation or a corree tending in- half. In the had l,2s,M0 Inhabitants, show-In- g It State consul crease In It death rata These Qjrures sre howof the numerical that noarly two-thir-d ever, easily explained when the charicter of gain was acquire) during the firtt half of lbs the data uted Is understood. It Is The Industries of States tre the fact having been denon-stratc- d decade.purcJy agricultural, tbese are dependent and thorotgh on and hy extensive either la tho supply of moisture, ot lna Investigation, that 'the census Irrigarata or by ot form was grossly deficient In the Southern States, a. the tion. Through these States passes what - "nown as the ...humid belt, a .trip of coun- "?.Ch.? '..?'r. LS!?. a wav v luvtcase; ui iuq uwymativu uvi" we vv .1try several degrees In width In which during and ISO In these States but to affeot very ma rtlny years there Is an abundance of moisture terially the rate of Increase In the country at for tho needs ot crops, while la the yeart large. Theso omission were not tho fault nor when la below tbe average the were they within the control ot the Census supplytbe rain fall Is defdcleat. In this region little proOrflco. The census of 1870 wat takon under a vision has been made for artificial lrrega-tie- s, law which the superintendent, General Francis having thus far been content the a 'clumsy, anti to dependsettlersrain A. Walker, characterlied upon fall. Into this region the quated tnd barbarous.' The Centut Offlco had settlers flocked in Urge numbers la the early no power over lu enumerators aave a barren years ot the decade, drawn thither by the ferprotest, and Its right was even questioned la tility ot the land and by the fact that for a some quarters. fow yetrs the rain fall had been sufficient "In referring te tbeso omissions the superin for tbe needs of agriculture. Durtendent of the tenth census said In his roport ing the last two or three yeart, however, the la relation to the taking of the census la South condttlonsof rain fall have materially changed. Carolina: decidedly below and " 'It follows, as a conclusion of the highest It has fallen have thereby beenthe normal, emiforced to the settlers authority, either tbat the census of 1870 was grate. Thousand! of famHlet hare abandoned grosely defective In regard to the whole of the this reirtoa and rone to Oklahoma and the State or tome considerable parts thereof, or Rock; Mountain region. nf le wst fraudulent.' " that the Throughout the South Atlantic and Southern "Those, therefore, who believe In tho accu Central States the rato of Increase haadlmln-Uhsracy and honesty of tho tenth census and that and In most of these States it has diminwas thoroughly established must accept tbe ished materially, A certain reduction In tho other alternative offered by General Walker percentage ot Increase, especially lp the eastnamely: That the ninth census was 'grossly ern part of this region, was to be expected, due defective.' What was truo of South Car- not only to the operation of general laws olina was also true In greater or lets but also to the fact that there has degree of all tbe Southern States. There I been considerable emigration from the States of course, no meant of ascertaining accurately east ol the Mississippi river to the westward the extent of these omissions, but la all proba- and but little Immigration. Taken together, bility they amounted to not leas than 1.500,000. however, these two causes by so meant account There Is but little question that the population for the rcdoctiaz la tho ratoct lscrc.. tnU,e ot tho United States In 1STU was at least 40,000, States. Tbe real cause Is to be found, tt fs 000 Inhabitants Instead of 05,358,371, as stated. In the Imperfections ot the census of ot the ex 1870. stated. It this estimate tent of the omissions In 1870 be cor AMBITIOUS ALASKA. rect tho absolute lncreaso between 1870 and 1S80 was only about 10,000,000, and the rate of Territory Asks to De Increase was not far from !tt per cent. These The Far-Awa- y figures compare much more reasonably with Trtattd Fairly by the Government. similar deductions from the population In l&SJ Sax TnAscisco, Nov. 1. Advices and 1KO. Alaska say the election for dole)-gat- o "Omitting from consideration those States from in tho United Statos Congress In which the census of 18701s known or Is presumed to have been fnulty, the rate of increase from Alaska has resulted in favor of between 1870 aud list) fn the remaining States Captain James Carroll ot the stoamsbip has been very nearly maintained In tbo decade Queen. Such a seat does not yet between 180 and 1W. recently "The following table show the population of exist, but the convention .le several States as found by the census held adopted resolutions asking Conenumeration of the years 1890 and 18): gress to accord to Alaska a seat JM0. in that body. It also adopted a longtby United Stater .. J,4O,M0 50,IW,7S1 North Atlantic dltl.lon...n.3iM.-t.'iin.tOT memorial sotting forth tho Injustice of 66.s,Kiri Congress in so lone denying Alaska a Maine eft3ni. New Hampshire 871e7 staivi ronroaontatlyo" in Congress; also that r.,..-ci- j5 XB. Vermont "THei the United list decade shows an Increase of 88 per cent., by the Census Offico as against an Increase ot U per cent, in tho decade between 1870 and 189). The State cenfcflhe United State June I, sus of Wisconsin, takea la IB, cutt the decade of lat'on years It was 11T per cent. In Wisconsin the am count of persons and f white persons la Indian ! ., ..fcl,.. f,...,h m' " "w!SSr ., ;!. NewJereey Connecticut New York , 74til 5,Ml.mi 1.411017 5,sts,574 Pennsylvania South Atlantlo dtvlsloa Delaware Maryland District ot Columbia VlrRlnln North Carolina South Carolina 8,K.7S9 Ifc771 1,010.431 S.V7W 1.6ts,VU 1.617 3W 1,117,161 l.KM.SiVt (.eorcla Florida West Virginia Northern central dhlslon Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Missouri North Dakota South Dakota NcLrnska -- ..,.. Kansas Southern central district. Kentucky. Tennessee. Alabama Mississippi '.ouisJaua. 3'io,3 7W4IS 52 3L'.',15I 3.tVA7!9 2,(W),7-- J,MM I.'jns.r.sj ?,77,IK) 1SJ1 2!7MS lorJ5,7i3 10 lWf i:.OI7 I,2J3,1 91VA1 AlasRaVWTrfTTTITHoT'TrTnTTBBTj "ronder the administration ot Justice unstable, uncertain and long 4.2S2.N1 no aro thoro delayed; that 7..W7.I97 14ia moans of obtaining titles to tbo 943 W4 land upon which we havo built our 177,(SJ homos, much loss of obtaining titlos to 1,5I36M l,3W,7.'fl or homesteads which, are i,577 l,543,lso considered of such lncstlmablo value by other citizens of tbo United States; tbat 614S7 wo bavo novoico In tbo management of T,3fti,lil aimOrVi our schools; that tbo prohibitory liquor l,97H,:oi law Is obnoxious to tho people; that the 3,077,871 1ATJ,I7 postal service is totally Inadequate." I & (W3.70U 5,0NJ.M1 1,131.11(5 '.iu.-U- I ( 1.31S.497 7tO,773 l,(04.ei5 K.loSfU How CLEVER Montreal's CROOKS. 4.40S V5,0ul R.9I9 371 38.9(0 h.,mm I.VAt-'- 7A1,1 VK073 Tcias UUVes IMW l.tviW) 1,5W.319 3.'.(. 1 1,131.397 p,w.W tm.KZ Oklahoma. Arkansas. Western division Montana. Wyoming Colorado Now Mexico Arizona Nevada Idaho Washington OreRon.. California !S,832,!M 61.071 1 tAVN 3,t,MRs 1,691,7)9 1,767,697 39. IU S0.7H9 194.337 11H.666 10,410 143.UM K.'.-flo 131.769 ),M 410,975 I'tah HHt! W91 SDt),49S 41377 319,814 313.410 M9 33,610 75,110 174.76S l.iSHUU tion. Now York comes first, l'cunsylt anla eoc-enwhllo Illinois has outtrlrped Ohio, and Is now third. Of the ether changes the most marked aro those of Texas, which rises from which drops No. 11 to No. 7. Kentucky, WILL FIGHT UNCLE SAM. from 8 to 11, Minnesota, which rises mZ wuieu 7C U A Leavenworth Taper to Test the Anti-Lottew. Maryland, which Law. rises from 30 to So drops from S3 toS7, Colorado, which rises from Lkavexwoktii, Ivan., Nov. 1. Fol33 to 36; 33 to 31; Vermont, which drops from Thursday l'osttrom4'3 tost; Dela- lowing his proceeding of Washington, which ware, which drops from 3S to tl, Nevada, which master Kltchlo again throw the mailed Times Leavenworth drops from 43 to 49, sod Arizona, which drops edition ot tho from 44 to 48. out of tho mall Friday morning. Tho Continuing, tho bulletin says. was unmallablo Friday bethe Inrrcaso of papor "The general law it reprinted tho list of tho when not disturbed by ex- cause population Is that, ..,. . Intborclatlvorunltof the States fM.6vt In popula- Chief or Folic Wat Hobbed or S4.000. Moxtheai, Can., Nov. 1. Four swell Italians, representing thomsolvos to bo win" morchants, camo to this city two weeks ago, took up quarters at tho Windsor Motel, and struck up acquaintance with Mr. Seadman, chief of police. They wanted him to go in as a partnor in a proposed wino business to bo started In tbo city. Ho asked tlmo to consider, and in tho meantimo introduced thorn to his homo. Ho Invited thorn to dine ono ovonlng. During tho progress of tho dinner Mr. Scadman was called out ot tho houso. This was part of tho schorae. Whon ho was gono thoy wont through sovoral drawors. tak ing a packago containing 54,000. Thoy cleared ou. with their stealings. Tho theft was dlscovorcd Thursday. Tbo aro after thorn. cui.,i rs .. .. . . -- Uilgralioo, cuilKMtlon. tic , lucrcMO of jiopula-- ' tlon rocs on at a continually inunnisninc rate. Tho operation of this law In this country ha tccc iatrrf red with In recent years by the lato war, which, besides the destruction f a vast number ol lives, de creased the birth rato very materially during Its prcgrc!.. It was followed by an increased birth rate, ss Is lai arlabty the case under Tl.o n.auial rate ol increase with Interfered has been and Is greutly alto by immigration, and It is difficult of this upon our rato to estimate the effect Approximation to It may, of Increase by tho following bo reached however, ISO and 1KO .,.'4o,613 Immiprocess Iletween grants rnti red la this country. Of theso a part bate r. turned to their homes or migrated elw proportion, probA considerable where ably about one cuth, have died. On the other hand, childrm Ute been born to them, und It Is probable tbui tho births havo counterb.il. aneedtho (hat t and tbo emigration, so that tho uet Inttiieu which Immigration has exerted upon our p nutation Is approximately Sub by tbe number of Immigrants. trading this number from tho numerical In i'ie last decade there remains a crease during trlllo omt 7f oj to represent tho actual Increase of the iii'iabltants of this country In IM. Tho rate of r mral increase Is therefore not Some ol hui rintendent l'orler't comments on the condition. governing the spread uf popu latlon ure iuterestlnfr, particularly as regards tbe Western SLt. In Ohio, Indiana, Iowa and the city ot Chicago Missouri, und In Illinois, be dropped from consideration, tbo rate of Increase has dei lined decidedly. In Ohio it has 'alien trout 'JO to 13 per tent.; In Indiana, fnn. ttoll; lu Iowa, from 36 to 'win ltd to S3 per cent.. In spite I7l in Mls-ou- n of tho rapid Ktv h oi St. Louis aud Kuntas City; and lu lnnola, dropping Chicago from consideration, from 119 to 56 pircent. In hese Htutesth agricultural Industry, whlrU one, has begun to init still the r. ini competition of Wet cline, owing to larmlng populallun has ml em farms Tr grated wrstwaiJ "d the grotith of manufact urtt It not jet offlclontly rapid to repair these losses, The soi hefn portion of Michigan. Wisconsin and Minnesota uro under similar winiUttont, but t.ie northern parts of Uiesc 'ou "10 fronjltrof tettlcmeui, Slativ1, ljlr-w'h mrtlcleut rapidity " have ailed n. n.,n.n,.u In,. Cnthnllo count fMr raffles In giving an acof tbo postmaster's action. I'ostmastor-Gonera- l Wanamakor sustains l'ostmaster Mltchlo and In reply to bis tologram ot inquiry simply wired; "Unmallablo." Friday alter-noo- n suit wns filed by thu Times in tho court against . 1'ostmastor district Thu fui 3 0, COO uumngvs. Uitchiu claim Is mado that no law can forbid an Amorican nowspaper to print tho 1 nons. Crushed Into ft I'ulp. Chicago, Nov. 1. Noah J. Swenson was literally ground to pieces shortly under tbo aftor noon Thursday flying crank of tho big onglno In the plnntof tho Westorn I'avlng Supply Company at 34 West Chicago avenue. His skull was crushed, his limbs wero shattered and torn. Ilo was accidentally thrown under tho deadly crank by a fellow employe namod Henry Ltindstadt, with whom ho was engaged in a friendly wrestling match ovor tho gruasy and slippery floor of the oiiglno-roonI Ited lltyiiiiil Ills .Vleau. l'lTTsiiriinif, l'a., Nov. I. Van Abel, tho contldentlal clerk ot tho L. II. Harris Drug Company, is missing, and his accounts aro J10.000 short. For tho past yoar ho has lived beyond his Co, say thoy know meant. Harris where tho young man is but do not oaro to prosemtte. Abel mado a full confession before ho left and turned ovor to tho linn his household goods and othur valuables. This proporty will of tho defalcation. cot or about Ileieiiili Collections ut I'eurl.i. I'koiiia, III., Nov. 1. Peoria's revenue collections for October were SJ,105,tlV This doo not include tbe Thero were l!ooj Jslattl collfj-tloit.'pi pnekagst taken out of bond for port during tbe month. i. ono-thlr- d twisted and broken and his body was farfioui I4perent." . Boiled in a Vat. At West Sparta, N. Y., Charles A. Thompson, losing his balanco, foil headlong into a caldron of boiling water. Whon taken out ho prosontod a fearful tppoarancc, tho flesh dropping irom his body. Ho died after sovoral hours ot terrlblo agony. -- Increased Circulat'on. Tho Treasury Department statoment for October show a an lncreaso of circulation for tho month of S02il,ooo, Tho total circulation Not ember I wasSI,40S,-B57,0tagalnstSl, 414.131,120 on November 1, lbs'.', an Increase for tho twolvo monWis of SS 1,510,107. Kill Each Other. 7, ., Freight Colllilon-l'irem- in Killed. Two freight trains on tho Reading railroad camn Into collision at Hover's ford, l'u. James Doylo, fireman, of Crosso.i, was Hilled, Koven cars woro letnollshod, ani trufllo was delayed tov eral hours. At Kingston, Tonn., Monday John M. Wostor, Jr., tbo town marshal, was shot by James Kdwurds, wlmpi tho rnar.sh.il wsis trylr.g to arajist, and Wostor In shot IMwards. lloth men nto dead. torepa!rt'liher''l'ly tbe koutbtrn P"- rin part thelo.setof tULt(an iLcreated at the v J O Is ' kJrt-AtH- :. iW IS ..-- ' ''t&ll'nMiCi9afii k kw Mwmmmhmmmti-toUtw,- , twu. , "!lSUanQ!(Ulli!i!JJIIIRI.R!riKft! 'MMaitry'tfiiftitfJq"" i'aAfW l liWliKifKli2 ewwwjnw hi w .' !' inm.,,,w '.y- qwpil'H ..J mwPW wEiV'i . T1F' f v wwiprj.n'&HMin'iww I Wr-t- ..iiWWIKiM 1 .TiPH JOM w Nf- r.,.,1 Cf'swil- P AT . K- , Ml IP 'SJ'IF tt ba sra . M$ VS&J LKPS'SYT &ra MW Mva firM fli fil r. w flflf? iI ypn fe W..,,. itwiiuwii .twin ,W,',., i ..,v :.. 11wl .J !.,. .i t,.r!lorw1 uiajuii ui jlmjn UOOUS HOW (lispliiyCU Oil 111)' COUIUCVS. T 1UIVC OXCTOISOU "JITJU v.uui.i uii' r.1,i,Wwn mv i cuiiun iu vl. lHl'i' 1 uiu i.. uurauiuu which will bo fbiintf Complete in every Department. I have bought it ilgiircs Lliat no one but a buyer of long experience, and with ready cash, can hope to duplicate. I am fully prepared to supply the wants of all la :., , P jj IiNiM SUnr.1.-- -- A. 'X1 w. E3 ti 3 i H? R, IE5 JSL E3 IL, "ST w You are, therefore, most cordially invited to call at your earliest convenience and examine my Stock and be convinced that your needs have been provided for. W o C? 38S k nows of nil is that Now llamp-shiroiisplrhitflo Etnino &rlt'vN. goes Dcmocrntio ami gives a ri::iii.i: ii.i.isthatiov or how Somo country Republican speak-('- s us large gains. HICKMAN, KV., H M aA m run roiici: iiu.i. would Wdim. may deny that the Republican k.. - ;, -- OSS In MnsBnchusottBtlio Democrats u I i 'sail L 1800. unerJciirnnl. NOV. FRIDAY, Ulllll IM..1 gain some Congressmen, nud tlio ...! . .....', . .w Tho conduct of an election 6" loading i'opubllcaii neWHpapers mitt i.i.. i.i:, Gocrnor by 10,000. ......-- , u mn i.i i... i... OIU.IUO lllllJUHIJ i.. t.l.O tJIV vjoior.wo elects a Democrntlo 'L" isorycsioruay nt tnc lcsiticut nilinit It, only they say that the triot, over tlio Ucymbliuiui uoiui-- l Governor, tho OongreBsiii.ui, nml jof Mr c,,nrIc8 u Lol,K rreRl,,' ' Democratic papers entered into a uco, 8 over u,imu. of ll Water Company, vs nfte 'c rnpl ''ponsiiliaev to inrroaso nrl- irolrtlity Urn TBBliUto. i.,ix n.vlccs." Here la wnat tun uiiinasn !nMr.wi.H,n!!.,,i,.i.....'"ii' llliifitratioii or Tnn population of the United Eaginps. Boilers, Sav; Mills and Hill Supplies. cspeoted if tho Ko'iuhrionu p rty i 'cr.Of!en, tho t Kepubllean n gain o? Congressmen. Stutes, ns oflicinlly nnnonnced or?.a" "' l"V M ,,',,, "" S: . Wisconsin elects n Doniocrntic Buceeeds in makinr the hill from llio census bureau, is fi2,4S0,-51gi.idis son: agkxt roi: 'ml t frA-v- 1 ditit.iix Governor and Leulslatura - and:., i ........ ui. huiil it i ki iiiuii:1 , ns .No conspmey so crnei. so vim o MIJAM I'C.Ml'S. Also for SMITH'S COITON GINS, i from tlirco to four millions press thnt of the Democratic FKKDUUS AND CONDF.N'SK I!S. g,CoSSnSNcwJeraevdo a"d lias been disclosed since tlio time less tlinu nil previous estimates. ' pne-tonttho pover tho 1 rco of the Knights of tho Golden Cirlikewise. The lending nowspnpers generally The only house in Cairo that carries a full line of cle. Winter Is at hand, price of Illinois is yet uipiiwti in, but gives 1'H gived tho ele tiou otllcei w ngreo that the coneiiB is very imlow, money plentiful, clothing f largo Demoeratin gains. "A Snncrvisor nino to mv perfect, nml, in ninny instances, times propcrotii. Hut lu order i'ho Southern eanro not on-- l wiiilo I wes at d(iiier 5& " T?!JW v ii n iT. titnUTl i W iZJ. .V to olllco "iri tit ti gtossly nnjust nud unfair. Borne -f' iy solid, but solid-ethan oven .Mr. Long, "nnd dunanded to know to elect n few roustabouts conspires ICMWJ . . ' TBT tho Democratic press yinrtlsiuis give tnblca to hliow thnt ii y iCn bemrc. who bad roglstoed from tlere, and thus to diOn tho whole resnlt tho Demo- - and who had a rtrht to vctf. I to increase prices, Democratic States nud cities have nnMnr.nATS wth fiv&nv7HmTs i M trade, , rrniiuwl innrn Minn nnn.tnlil liltn T clinnli tnat minish the volume ofdemand nnd 1&J bceu deliberately reduced bolow UHlIiWVtll.ld Hill U IB1I I UUIIB I (.Tilts liiivn " " :. r ": .v "VSiS for thus to diminish tho minion in voies, nun iiio uei only tnoso nail regmcred wii had tlio actual population. make times as and thus longress uy nn ovorw iiciming ma - u 11.11. to UU so. 1U nillVl In' ii.i.i labor,as they nowtonro good. This FOjrr.ir Sore ro, 3g& jority estimated at tho nstound- - a right to ask the o,Utstioii, nnd II bnd Tun State Constitutional ConCOVGILL'S SYS 5ALVS. being accomplished, tlio DemoX)oitlors 11I111III UU illllUIIUUlU '"H M(,..r. . ...... it J.V7. llll 111 II vention has not been in possion The election, in all truth, is tho ' I did not ninn er. 1 tild linn very cratic leaders hopo to got into EurK" NeurlU anil Khtuniitll.m, power by charging tho adversity this week until yesterday, the Delmost astounding ictoiy for tho well; dint I wns n citzen, aid COVGILL'S WSASSL OIL. egates having adjourned for the ever known in the'spousible, and 1 wu )iepud to of tlio country to tho tariff. It is ML1.ICINM.S, AM) a cowardly plot. Tho people are h!tory of this Government, and take the conseipuencs. l!i louUl to be stnrved election. Tlio Convention is a that the Democratic surpassed tho wildest expectation go nud consult tin rei'.i ition growing disappointment to tho COWGILL'S FIL3 011IT1I3NT. -t ofllecs, and of even Democrats. books if ho wishe( to ll'id out. leaders may have po- free I'AM'Y GOODS people, and whilst many of tho the Democratic press sueiion 'J i.ne jieoplo thus, orth, South.' Ho said ho bad a ctpy of iiicrcgsssfaSift'fV frt" Vot Ttller ami ltlnRnra, Dologatos arc men of ability, as l Cast and West, denounce the He isttation, and repeitcd hii nes nt tho pap of the importers' ring, COWGILL'5 T&v&toih '2 dh yams . MKZdj?Tl sfndkiks, TSTTSIl OINTKSiiT. ..... ... v.. i. ,:.... ti.n r "l'he Demoerntio press conspirit whole they are a slow set. It jiuuiiiaiii w..:4v inaii iiiu x'urco Din t ion. Hut I knew, le had n right aiuiii to march into my Joiiou and make es to increase prices I" I'arhups nSST For Wiirmi, may be that much good work has Vote of Fulton C'iMiitly. such n demand uon mo for such choli-r- nnd cyclones are due to C:7TglH'3 Ploanant Wcrn Dynp suBhgr-yfrr- c UBl.: OILS, been dono in committees, nud, if iuformntioii whet no wrong had tho conspiracies of tho Democratwill show up pretty soon, bo, it Uicktnnn Stone, 203; Franks, bt'on committed, Ho sKomcd very SATISFACTION GrAKJXTM:!) OK PItKSCRIlvriONS A but it now looks liko tho "old 90; Curd, 2. THE MOSEY HEFUSUEP. much surprised u my refusal to ic press. grannies" were in control. Fulton Stone, 171; Franks, 22; nnswer. lint finsily went away, For Sate f tlit l'roprilor, llir. MM1I.K Ol.lt HUMAN. Big Majority Id tho Vest Goagress. after I told him tint he might ar ' Mio if ho cliiae, but no man go up, Buffeting When prices Hon. Allen G. Thurman's "Ctb COWGILL So COWGILL, - nnJri'8t ,.17, ci.. -v"" m,v..m r. f,.i.- "".'should force muto comply with birth-daoccurs on tho l.'UIi of increases. Prices only go up be1 ii OLD such n demand. this month. Tho anuiversarv will IMI.VIUI .VCIHTH, cause of increased want. You "Now I would like to know if bo celebrated In flno stjlo by tho Hickman. : : : K untuck y. Jordan Stone, 40; Franks, 00. may want so littio yonrsclf that of Ktii Splen JIJ Slseli kltiJnld ity Uil irnVtt Lodstoii Stono. So: Franks, l. ' this is not a Jobto bulldoze poo-- i Democrats of Ohio, at Coliiiiibus, of all cl you do not foci the Buffering, but KiBBifrnaqinnr. in. i.v.n.ici pie ninl pre vent? hem fi oni witu.,". t liu Judgo'A homo. This marked nil-'i' vxti: fm&WM ...... mmiifPstntlon is to testify the whole when people, want a great deal, L?!c Jnwrtoratnmltlu n. t.n HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &,:., '310110,110, riaiiks, uu. hood wns onnmssod In uint (Ins trw. imlil ilm Ol.l lioiunn and ILILNOIS m&3 they fin Her a gio.it deal. When a , way. it mere s nnytiimg uiai is distinguished stntesman of the iouii oloiii-- uu, i'miiKs, Mo 10 n Icy tariff was established X2V)3. nbu't ,.fr,i! it (IS I: l'l'.ICI. n.J il.ii i!. & .... , CENTRAL .H Curd G. Stone's majority over peonliaily objictionnblo in our puro Democratic school still lias QV MX" 5t,lK-- ",V! "".J around Vicksbnrg some years ago, ystem of free institutioi., it Is upon tho best element of our parT.ry li.nr. lb mirkf' jiialltf. want wns increased by it to such Franks 4S3. RAILROAD! . tli! cspoinnno nud attempt to ty. A banquet to bo given In o. .. .i,ju uj- i.i i ii . an extent that a medium-sizelat All ffll oio.iv ...!.:. i.. ii.:. Kouni l.nll.ln,n ..SlIMin. I f tho mm. limt his houor, and iirover Cloveliuid .If Rll.l I, ). .in.an. brought ?100, and n not very . " Rl , MUeiUf . nml Tho Popular preferred Seata .!? "J eoverpui,,unio.,lyonuiiaueomo .... puppy SoOO, orthorcabonts. plump ' . II1B VOIO IinilCll. This was a result of artificial sear-Onlv nrtint rMm frn, n,A. my sou, wuo uau rcRior. iroii jioinocraoy, from ovcry section, ri.,I.Ulii lima rni.Kltiif.AniUIU v kl.ntl wimmmBmmmimmnmmmammmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmM&mim i,NiiKii w, tni 'nun ii tod to bu present, nud viirB woro. neediest bo- r.itsihnaa who imammmirr-m'7r,rrdifferent counties of thin District r will boa not.iblo one. -- I. I... id riuaujipiiiiiciii ut uiu !.. aia- - K CJCaWSAi would lino told him chelr'ull ISriSu Id AnCnQS Ul bargo against plenty felt want tho Gain Several U. S. Senators iu biiuw uiiu oiuiiu MMJ I'V K ... cieuiuu ii ".. Strouse & Ilros' popular nnd iiinnj i 1, i i most and suffered the most after UiSLiiC liillfi Of ii'1, I L..II. 'TtJ perruct-flttiufluo Clothiiii; arc to its establishment. It takes inA. NEW ORLEANS, LA. ' .. my Z'lltZ ui mo I. : IT,ntiuiiutu "Vm. li.ll.jS ililil nto I.. house andcondu.ii till tie had only at iJAi.rzi'.u&SitAYv'si. creased want to increaso pi ice, OT5 .. icinii.uir SyltnJid K'jHipmrHt ' .,. r and though your own wants may And Several New Governors. I., numu ..i.... uuw iui i.i ..i... pen iii nuuii ii manner as n s one AJIK HV.MCS lAKlll'r. ma mil.. did. Yet ho says ho bad in ifi.itva OteKfit a a bo gratitled easily at tho higher ism. Onrd's vote was very light, tliority to do so, and peril J'liltmin lltftl Sli'Jtlt he price, they bear heaviest on and The law by which banks are ex but ho did rcecivo somo Alliunco did." Trnt AhMtt an 7i ' Tho inostnrdeiit Democrat could in mean the heaviest suffering for all empted from county ami miiiiici votes in Caldwell and Calloway. scarcely have expected a moro THROUOH who worn most needy before. pal taxation in consideration of The nbovo is only n feobli .11 swocping Domocratc victory nil i)i:jioc::at.s, .Minrn ami soittk. tration of what tho ForcJ iiarlni; a Stato tax at tlio rate of PULLMAN t BUFFET r SLEEcERS! conts, is to hnvo n along tho lino, in .ill tho States, EMiL'rgt'iivy Stales. now pendiug in Congress, v. ould sevonty-flv: ,i its constitutionality Iu tho It is doubtful if tho great body, f land In every section of tho coun- ''bo. 1 he ,'presont bedcra , e'Si'tion test of 9 When tho good fathers of this ' try, than was won by tho brave- - of Democrats iu this country, i,law, apply . ng to only the 'trg courts. Tho Mnyffuld Democrat finva that two citizens of .MaiCield, where in tho . . ,, , , Ilrpnblic tnadO provision for tllO linnrtml T)mnnnrnir nf flm Amnri. Messrs L Anderson and W. W. ' I ' admission of new States into the can Cnioit on last 'luehduy. Only! Unio" 'lies the croiitpct strength be a)pninted equally from tl Tiuu, hnvo filed a bait iu tho I'lcns Court nt thnt place Federal Union, gimg to each 0no State dlsnppoin's tho Domoc-- of.fll5ir pnrty, tho very general political parties, but the ttio collection of their city State two United States Senators racy Ohio, and that has dono well bolief favoring tlio declaration of supervisor, who decides nil DON T MISTAKK TUB IIOUTE TO TfrC'lCM tat for.. the ..year ..15U0. "Amor. , :.. r .. .. and one member of Congress, for Uopublicnn Oluo, but would bpeaker I!eed, who, in a recent ....i . i .i;v.. c.itfiivoienrgA. Fi.ox:ai epeec . nt i.ouncs or, Y., btntcd thoy, in their honesty, probably, jmvo dono better but for a faction-neve- r Q part,8n mm THxjLMjMM.vrs. of tIl(J ..ppoimingiM) w r. unjust tlUurluiination in favor of ' ' . . . dreamed that a Slate would t0 8,,ut between Campbell and hat "the majority of Democrats MU .ll ls " vor8 " l" r"rco bttuk8 ..-- . (ax,. tho ,,co,,0 of tho .V ...,,... .... live south of .Masou and D son's. l VM. . KM4 .t.V ". ever b6 admitted with u less pup- "" Democrats. Hut the ...o iui. i.....i.i. ltd . now i.end iil' n Gonmon. "'" a nun". '"v-?- .if "Y .""' "?1 l.in i lis! CufltrM Kl'riil. o o i limit; iivhuuii'i fi.nt lain rlnl illation than is requisito to seenro Democrats of tho country have mi"' ASfl AQRNT8 KOK IT. cans alike, geneially speaking, nro and which will pass this vii.'.er, of the fourteenth amendment to nt least ono ineinbL-- of Coiigie.-s.,to- o much causo to rijnico to stop ignorant on this point. Tho Dem frr tlifit lnT ilnno trt itrni'iHil ltd the United States Constitution. c to thorn It matters, , ;.., ism, ii in a ...i i.ir.v ..iu ituprnin- - toiunko tiioutiis over uiuo. f ...i,u.. ,.r ... They also claim that the city conn-- ! Kor furlher Inftrmailnn, nft U littio whern their strength lies; the iiriuiii,inviiii ut i, iiitijuuij 'ii Dii- oil, by electing an ussossor out of OKO. II. IVYI.L1K. can party, iu its recklcos and des-- ! DKALL'KS IN in Sow York tho Democrats I'amrnger Agent, sense sectional iu pervisors from one political party. their own boaid, rendered tho A J. K.NArr, pernio efforts to retain contiol of bnve gained Govetnl ongreksmen, party is in noprinciples. Rut u ith Under its provisions thountliur- its habits nnd An'tOfn. PHMfir'r Aernt iinalid and uncollect-able- . tho Government, has outraged 'nnd probably won the Legislature tho Republicans, perhaps, it is difity of supci visurs is scarcely i.iA big legal contost Is likely dnrnnc.y nnd fidrnesn in thi re- over the most wicked gerjmnnder ferent; the very life of that party itcd, no appeal oxcopt to tho chief to ocoitr." B1,n" ever known in llio hiotorv of depends upon sentinnnl viowsjiuul supervisors, and their count is to long as it can bo made to apso ii Buck Buob' is the ploco to go 'Hhn. Take, ns nn illustration, the two politics. pear that tlio North is nrrayed bo final, so far as seating n mem- - to have your eyes tested and fitted now States, Idaho and Wyoming. Pennsylvania they have gain- icaliiHt tho South it is well with ber of Congress is concerned. It to Spoutuclcti of nil kind. S.22 Iii K.iuli of them, according to tho ed Cougiessmen. nud uiped nut KfHimiltpiimRni.1 rov.ilfcs tiifit tlif niy i ui IIIDU present census, has a population. tho 80,000 Itepublican maloritv. Thk I.ouisvlllo and Cluciunnti iiio irimi is, as mo appended (1 ns many Jcdernl lmyonets .is W nr" nrnrinf .11 r.l of I'utn t''lt" v1 Fln l'ia!"ir i! prtrst. TVs r .. . n. ........ If .. . . . .. II . !! ...... counting Mormons, Chinamen nnd electing the Govornor by 10,000. tigures show, that not only has they deem necessary to aid tin i. waroimnso combino lias boon ef, . i .. ft. III... at. .... IIoia.a. flt.l.. .VH I.ka T a , wiian uwunui cj, i ui.riii. l.n, vv.iniiuitintiH, fected, nnd tho ui tides iff incor tho Democratic pnrty n majority These ate the facts as to tho Wflrdrohdi, Chnmliur Soto, MoltroSHOii. .tinrlncu, Eto . a: oi;urt,it-e;mIndians of about C0,000-- not . . .. ... . ' ... .. .. ... .. . v Republican Nebraska they ol tnc voters of the country, i vii.-'...w ig.ni. V...B u. it nwa w inti.iawi, j'rw ... but' u,il, u,ici, ,as pnssod tho Uouse poration registered. Tho combino more than many good ftized conn-- have gained Congressmen and irior. "n UnitortnVurs' QdoiIo tI dlteount all coiuitUIbB In Uilt t7Ve ur u iiisu mis iiiiuiifii luieu as uiaiiy and is now pending m tho Unitod will opernto under tho name of Wo onnr a Urge linn of Wo..:, a an J U.ttliK llurwl Uatct. line lies in tho old States, and not enrried tho State, 'Tho Wostotn Tobacco Wareuiim( in uiu ..nun us iu uio.atatea oenatc. tWUcptlrtninnil Job Woik uyicUltj-moro than half the population ro-- j house Company." Delegations of Tho llguros nro from tho bntitii. l Republican Michigan an olllcial returns iroui tho last Presfanners from tho vaiiou.i counties to socuro ono Congress-- menso momrity 1ms DON'T FORGET over, CUUdlll., y. I'n.'l. JOIIV (ins. uiLTiit, rif.t. U. l. JllllNsoi, (,.k,r. in tho liOiilsvillo District will moot idential election: man; and yet each of these States come, Democrats gaining KttVtttt and iu Lexington, Nov. 12, to form a that you can buy .South. hourii. two Senators nnd ono Con- - Jgtehsmen and the Governor, goods nt ISucuaxa ;'h combination in opposition to tho Louisville and Memphis, TPTt ..117,7 AI,llllHH... lilirornlit I17.nl substantial ..... J7,WT Alkitoii, . . ... ' ol at less prices tliau you will (ttld move. SlShj. giessuiiin. This CongrcsHlonnl Tl WO I!.4wirt M.1U1 .. And bloody Kansas', with 80,000 (lnn.irrnl nil vitltlKnil in tlilw iinnni'. tin rln Wit It JH.J78 Hurt District, now represented by Capt. Uepublican inuiority for Iliinlbon, llliuul, .H,'.I1 lil'll'lll If the tin iff law can nuiko n man Pullman Buifot Sleeping Curs 'w'lijland will sell goods at a m .iller IT,T7 UkIi Kmiicl.r Stono, oti a f.dr count, has as ,)0w sends 3 Den.ociats, 2 Wheel-I- Iowa .. ch.ku1 profit than any o'ber houso lut.TIt ltnUUni, Ki...i tins hosntislled with one suit of ulotlmn M.lu- rnoi Asn to tli.MI Itirjl.ifl ...... ..lw itw 0,wt, i.,.. ...- ,.,..- nro n tionulntlou iih (dnhn mill . nn. n.a ...t because ho cannot t'ot two, wli.v .. ....... n i . TSi. . t.i. " "'il r.llil JIlMMrT!!' i V, MTh T.T J ..t.i were bought foi tho cahii not extend Its operations so nt to T... Wyomiagcomldncd.andyot Idaho Hcnns to Congre'u, and Uio Gov-nn- )Illiiii.ntl i.k, cut surplus meals, an lifo can bo llolllf,', mill im, ft Snrlli I rolU,, .U7.I.J ISo-,'" Ol'lfllllH, vlll irulliii. (wi.mr. and nt tlio very lowuBt iiices. Wyoming aio to have sixjernor still hangs in doubt nt this S.I ri..li........ t,V0 Trtinp.v ,..li,7: Call and examine nud be com need preserved upon one meal a dayl VU J S.w llMii,liir. . Titi. i.m.i members two Senators and one writing. S.w Jrx.. ... HI, 11 VlmlnU .Hl,'i77 that you can suvo monoy m.i get Tho tariff tinkorers Bay tho (93.1AT oik Wni MmiiiU. .. 74,077 Koprcsentntivo each, and wo get wciiih too much, hits too THE QUICK AND DSSIRA2LS P.CUT Virginia now sends n solid Dem-bu- t (it,io tho beBt of goods nt ver low Uolng roRulnrly organized nnd rondy for buelnon, wo rofpoetfulty ioltcI ZJj&l .... .wi,ia many luxuries. Why not reform ....l,MI,j prices. one. Is this fair uml equal ocrntlc delegation to Congress a IViu.)riiil. ....... i'J$fm Tolil . TO AHI) FROM II. HuciiAv.:?. tho pntronnRo of nil. All collection mnilo for doiiositore froo of chargo. him nlso in the matter of food! IUhkI. l.in,i.... i; ki VorW, I'lilUdelpliU, Ilnlllmorc, New representation! Approved pnpor running throo or four month discounted at tho rate of MnxUc to Republicans for turning Wrniolit , ... Q,1M Thk population of tho flowiNorfolk, Old point Comfort, por cont. por annum. this Do tho Thcintontlonof the frnmors of honestly elected Democrats out I.cuii.Iii ng States Ima been annonncod by approve ofpeoplo of whichcountry lllclmoniJ, IlutT.tlu. CleTolind, Togrinds u tariff 3,C17.'JK our government never content- Inst Congress, Tolil . ledo, Clileiso, Inlinnviotl). tho census bureau: Texas from thoin u tnx upon ovcry necCinclnnntt, I,oulmo plated such nbuso of tho power an increaso of 010,171, or 10. essary of lifo, without affording A tiHII'ltlS((. Arkansas nlso sonda n solid lUmti'rii nml .NorllinmiiTii 21 per cent. Tennessoo 1,7l;.72J, 0. UALTZKU, It. T. TYFiKK, J. W. I'OWKLL, It. 11. IHtBVAKI), Re-to admit new States, but the inDemocratic delegation ns n AND Hoforo tho oltiso of President nn incrcao of 221,301 or 11..,, per tlio sliglitcst compensation in A. A. TAIUS, W. A. BHI70K, J. W. COWOILL. pnrty leadeis, to hold' cation of the infamy of turning tlio solo pur- Jl'mptli", Vlrlceliurj;, (tilen IIoiir, New creased wages, for Hnriison's term tills country will cent; the population of Me. phis, pose of appoasing tho insatiate Or'cntu, Mobile, I.I l lie Itoek, Hot control of tho United States Ren-- ! Gates and ItiPi.Lii.ri.i.m nnt. . .. bo mnlutniiilng by tnxatiou an ar- Tennesbeo being fll,.'jS(l, nu in- greod of n fow who nro nlready fipriiien nnd poinln In IVmI Ten- n.,,(.pw nte, liavo thus outraged all pre- Mihsmuinl'Mj iL'tuniH to horroal my crease of 30,001, or 02.27 percent. rich and powerful. Now York liL'.uc, Tenia, ArkHinii, MU. of 750,000 poiisionors nt nn cedontN nud fairness. nbslppl, I.oulilmia, nud lovo by a solid Doniocrntic list of A BTitANor. faitli has taken Herald. of between S 150,000,000 mid Till. NOD I II AMI NOITTllVriM. Tho population of the teirito- H. of tlio Sioux Indians' tnind. v. $200,000,000 a y ear or three times a rios of New Mexico, Arizona and Eupepcy. Tlio lino ie tlioroiighlr equip; pj and In Teniiesnco comes to the front tho total cost of tho goveininont It is on every lip nnd inspires v xuey neiiovo a Mes- condlllon, nd protidrt an Utah, aic, each, much larger than, with 8 Denioeiats nnd 2 Repub-Idahj for nil purposes in 1801, tlio first siali is coiiilnir to destrm iho Thin Ii what you ouijlit lo lnvc, in fnot, nrrniiBiment in lime nml tliroucli or Wyoming. Why didn't licaim. yon mutt Iirto it, to fully enjoy life. ciri. A niATLTIli: d tho lime nnd conyear of Abraham Lincoln's admin wliltes nnd make tho Indians unco are Hiiirolilni; for venience the Republican. Uongiubs udmit Of tills money from moro rulcru of tho and. hummm TlioumniiltbeCAime thoy llml it It dally, nml Trains. necnred by tlio Minlled Kprc And grand old Kentucky holds irttrutloO. UNO. W. MORRIS a. SON, Prop's. not. Tlioiu-diiOnly n nlsilit'n ride between ono or nil of these! Those tlucojhcr own, and gains ouu $50,000,000 to $S0 000,000(allowing tho white people ouco crnnl led inniiniitiK tliQiiiniuli of dollars nro Mpcnt I'oulirlllo and Mrmplila, nnd llio licit nnd s upon the $110,000,000 diftorenco for good 111m. They think ho n now 0 ! illy by o'lr people in tlio mo (lint o,iilcloit utrtlco hctnccii tlio two chic have shown Domocratio man. MANUli'ACl'UmiillH tV liuon. Am jot it i'tcr ofTercd. 10 i u uiu iiiu iiHimu ri'jiuu in mum ...... thuy m.iy ul mi n tlilH We pioclivities, whereas, Idaho and liven Ohio electa n majority of iiiumdiiii- weiouuiifc giwmitw lliil 1'or lonmt rnioi, llmo InMci, ind nil raus who disabled iu tliosor- - ing grounds and nvengo them on may lw haI hy all. Wyoming were certain to go Re. Demoeiatlo members, a gain of 0. vice of tho country. Tho rest is1 the white people. Ivltctrlo lllltorx, If used nconrJInR to ill. deilrod Inforiiinlliin npply to Those mi, , do ntiil tlio us iembtcil in, KIllTX lini.LNnit, Ab'I, publican. Tho last Congress admoney paid out of iho.not believe, Ho will striko ilond. ructionyon Ooocl Dlfteatioo nml oust will u robbery I.lttlo Dolauaro has probably tho bring N. O. & St. I,. It. U., Ulckranfl, Ky. Treasury to socuro tho votes and This is an unfortiiimtn fin. ..i demon l)yi'cp.l nii'l liftnll InntoaJ mitted six new Slates, giving tho gone Republican. But Uhodo OrW. P. .MUltHlILL, Ajeni, ........ ,, ... poliUcal services of a gang of i,. rcnuii win do tho killnu. mi.u Ultlem Wo recommend N. N. K SI. V, Co,. IllTcs, Tenn, iui Republicans twelvo Soiintnra nnd 0f otlsetb Dolawnro by wheeling Protoriann, wlio In war wcro either few thousands of Indiam, moro tot Dyrpcia ftUi! nil iIIsihh of J.ivur. OrJ.L.l'IIi:L AN, Agent, Agouta for Mdrrio Machlno Worlrs nnfflnci nnd Boilory. Uc Congressmen, and thus they over to Democracy? N. N. & M. V. Co , ViJucah Junction. Slomicli nml KldncyH. Sold at COa auil camp folio wots, moioeiiarics or or less, and tho balance of them $1.00 iir bottlo at J. W. Cowjlll's Drue Or W. II. I'UOUTV, Oeo'l I'mi. A'ftt. ate!: to retain power. liutthc uioet am prising election men who never saw service- tit ull. will boliovo it no longer. -y UrWUl Au;10-- t lonl StuiO. SMUurJnr. LoubvllU, Ky. THE HICKHAN COURIER. (I y mpf n n?wn a Kri-n- Ij O W s& w Us What to Buy? h IrA'EHEflEB a 3? IR, I O IE 3 & oiiio 1 Coino early! m;, t wi wi a CA1KO, UllilV w ai ILIA'S. and 111 . , i ..:. h Sn'r tftmk s. twin ii "M- i- -i r ."..".... ", "" t'' aa&ss f, a4 v' ..l f ;SWII ft And m (CO,, i . IIV ' m i ffMmr: j JSK I - n-- SFSl gfip& u SPKCIAIPY. ., .., y E, B, BSE7&BD. rvarssi ysmm r?-r- j RELIABLE!" j I finii-lilin- r. .... : r2$ I wiiliW i-- jmm 'iffS'iyi i ..-- .. , ,.. I I I . , " (1.:r - "j . qojOL vf Specialty? c 1 ff m .":,"r I r"; I 1 ?"','' uvr, ' i i3...,tan., ! 1 00., g ... is .Vy-iifrf- ' us-liil- ,iii Momphis, Tcnn., I Oom-ino- n g 1 ii'l-,.- ' j , j n..i . It. AX. KKXTl'CICV. FURNITURE. FUKNIXUKE. 0-- r STEPHENS & TYLER - I ( i l - j r Ioa v. .. :iit!iwfflflJBfcrhkertfl)oft, lr Mn - i mmmMWK .rs . . .. . ii,ii-9- I Jcl I a . r . . 1 . 1 b-- en Con-ha- s flrst-uhs- s . Jta-- . . . i, :a,.-J- . HICK11.AM Ospsitslj, ..... n . - '-' rr.-niiiiii- -, . I '171 d i j II.H-'- work-iiigma- $so?ooo. KY. ii V-- . Wn.li-Inglo- H H . rj - J,2.'J2,-22- 0, DIBBOTOBS. vindl-publica- n - EAST HTOK3SIA.ISr pos-sessio- n Urnum-km.,,.- ., i-- ut-iir- i. firft-ela- mmTr COMPiIb9 I j .' Gougrebs-tciritotie- - wu nn-)- '. fINE BUGGY SPOKES IC-i- d y. . I (imiLJ:'v i-m.- Wry aKJatEHI!VfoiH.KV'SaOaaxaaaMaaaaaaaaaal.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaajr-Maaaaaaa. aaaaaaal -- p .iTTSliiiiTrgTffr. -i t - -- " " j ,,- - "Trv"",iyfi1'' r t "5SI'TUt' jaaaw.aaaaj a iwitiot " rjr-- . PAT' a """ "." . """ M " "i ii i ii ii mj rmm in m auncvj UMMMiataniMum MiMCmmmvcimiaimBBmmmtmiK'mikumwmmmi'iivmM wwf 40.0 .:, . .... v ji i, i i j .. w 001, rum, i.r.il.nm 'in,l i... !i jvm.i uacun, t i the necti, or in inc inuic. tour r orn, tit, imyu, uncai, waw, ttr.f tr Qiicenswa ,uvc us a (rial, especially want Dry tiooila, Millinery, NotloiiH, llodl, Shoes, lint, Cap", GIovch, Hosiery, Clothing Overcoats, Groceries, Trovisions or nioioy than any other houso in town. Try nsi Examine, I nveftig to, Compare! Wo uro not lies, fc tiooil" Clienper, mid ivc yon Halter Vuluc for -- y ...,.. rr , r- w . '" r"l wo l,rn "1iowIi.b n licrtti- - iyiu nuni .1. nuni ii.i wciir can - - - , in, iiiuir DRESS GOODS, tlTnl lfno of Dress (iooiN mitl Trim not be rqitnllod. TIiIh lino of . HUNDKKDS OF OTIIM. AKTiang KQUALLY AS ninj:(, nml nt Hkmakkaiiu Low goods needs no pit (T. Imi'h ononf tlirtHliKiuit (NQ fJJT full lino of Shoos of all sorts 1'iiior.H. Wo Imvo lnurlceil them A UroHn Itoln'H, in I'littuniH, hh foi-noih:ai, and thksii to null tho tlincH. Not u Iihih In and kind- -, and at all sorts of with bountiful llrnitloil Tiliiiinln. om.y prices, $1.00 and up, for Ladles low p1u0ks, the quiiti Not ninny more, left, nntl wo can't town enn snow iltinlli'iilQ thorn. TIioho iuo cer lity, nor touch our pileea on DrcHS ami Mens Shoes. (JooiIh. They're all beautifully left tnlnly very cheap. CLOAKS AND WRAP on Pichh Ootids. , 9QO TIiomo 0 SHOES TrluotH, in all colors, aro tlio SHOES! 1.125 and Go nt jour own prices best values over ofl'orotl in Hick-maHICKMAN, KENTUCKY. wm l),,j' th ,,cfit "tt n They would bo uonnitletcd VU.sJV H)00 l)ml jH n,nm,flK.tur. up. Wo linvo a big stock and etl. Thoy me Hlinply perfect in want to clone thorn out. cheap at lUe. Wo buy anything you linvu to sell. Wiflk& Wo will buy your Cotton WI ILKi in , . "SPHsirffcMffl. . , totamb - TSSSSl "BPa-a- a i..i.i JW i?... SWIM "" r ii. .n... imuiu, """ l"v .i...1 .,,... when wo oiler these yooN less than others do. wirmmiffi. Iiiikft "" bt dm liifrlicst --- JAi fLv l3?iP..J ' nrirM fur lltrni - Tlion. win tint, iffliir ' j-- ;te ur vrtl " Wc carry the Stock, and do the IJiggcsi Btisi-jo- Hiding our Light Under a JJtuhel. .-- - - r-r- iiiiiinrno m LLIutllT, Our Millinery will coniparo fa- vontbly with noy esttibHsliment. And tho Prices! Well, you'll sny LuiIIph and Oliiluroira that tho cheapest you. CLOTHING, to d ono-tont- at at Our Goods and rri... pcukor thcmsclvea. Note then?: inn lin will nniinl onrs. not In this llreh'R Hcnrtnt. , Knlnfnl Wr.nht " coinmnnlty. in nice, in in, in nao imiiicics aim we oner uicm thoy can't ho exceedingly chcni; Stylo and Make-up- , bent. Wo will At you, and wo will l'lcnso yon. If yon want a Stilt, I'mits or Overcoat. nomcsilcs: Cc - ... A ynnl-wld- o tlottble-wiillh- l mmEIfMSQH&eeiSia: M UNDERWEAR. --- 15c nll'Wool Flunnbl; 25c fast color, Turkey bio Linen. Roil Ta? I w You won't find a stork of Cloth- - Now Ib tho tlmo to buy your Un- dcrwear. Wo carry a very largo lino In Mon'e, Ladies' and Ohll- - I'dcachcd 40cworth COo. Tabic Linenj well MISS R. ADELLE ALLEN, Syffer to J. C. i'ffton. INSUltANOK 4. A. DAVIS in:t'iti:si:NTfl f Tho popular and fnwirlto hotel lfiritr. t( r UniiffUu, I1A4 hail hit jMitan, tli Cnnunriel! iaiel, rtlllttl nn re- I I ' j nrritlK-' i , ovi:u liv ftll loin) ononf Ilia lilt ruterern In till ocetlnn, nml Imi n coik nn I nnr m m of I lie- - lint, known Mini nuw tbftl Ma linme baa lufli red' ttl, not Anil ll 111 y know Ihpjr will irfl lli market ullonl", ami tlio bed bttt tbc In ll re'jiccl. moUln Mi giuili I"" I 4"'i Rti'l Lnunlnlrfil ''A &Ittor pttroui. It w mt o- -! u Ifojari! Iojari'! Onr New floods were bonght lioforo tho torifV law took erTect, and we paid cash down; so our customors can liny good goods at as low prltto as over. Wo tako pleasure in ofl'clliif,' to tho Iratlu u Iutku nclecllon of from tho chenpest to tho finest quality. SILKS nnd SATTEENB in various shades. A largo supply of HAiC:iAiit. COUNCIL IMIOCEEDINGS. AOMB HAKEOW. '""" fr Ol'l'IOi:, hank iitMi.mxo, KUNTUOICY. J1I0ICMAN, Tho best place in town to otiy ytinrOrocorlt'Hlsat W.SJ'.lliBon'n. Mr. J. It. Wrlt'ht, of thin counIt la ilc.crlbcJ liilronhoM tcrrllilvcruiini, running niJljr, nml nn itnjr nl .ujiuin tin til ilrlli rcli'Mil II nu Itiillroutl Tlnif Tahlf. wiKnt-Tral No U, llnj r. H iTt.ln .Nu ..I. IVr ) Ttala No. u 41. l."J r. Trlo Thli rot, inakri clone connreilun nllli llin U A N l MoKcntlt ftolnn nurili, nl Kith It. X. N. A M. V. it l'olucb Juno-Ile- a (Inj; norlli ml the nccani luillon Koiufi Miilh. i ty, ltr n ncronnt of lior elicl "b uttering nil utitu N., 0. & St. L. It. 1!. Mr. 'J,Ji if FLANNELS. JEANS, 1ILANKETS, QUILTS, TAHLH CLOTHS, TOWELS, ADVaaTI3IN0 RATES. Oultars, Uanjod, Ylolins and NA1MCINS, CAUI'ETS, OBCrnlnMn !!' ft all klutU of Musical floods, at 9T OILCLOTHS, would return. ' KUGS, w ' ". " . Olw kail WirjioN & Co'H. fT . V ii rlk' 4miDr. J. 2f. Oi(ton gave it as his ' JI) I'll llalilh IMl.rl which will to mention, articles f J I Tf.4nt Tho First District Kducntion- anil ninny other and musttoo numerousVEKY LOW. nil of opinion that he was not Insane. , 1Mb lixli.ftrM el k nJ it ho SOLD i to U heM t l'lilien, Mttlftl IffrlUl, Georgo Carpenter, the jailer, rr raniru,.in or lf Not 'Nth an.l Willi Ibe rllroJe will Vc aro In earnest whon wo claim to liavo tlio best stock of mu ml the I'achf r rlvai'liui..l fWroJucl testified ns to his continuous habfree of clmrr. Thla AmsoU llUts.rlt,. iBl ho had cra7.y tuts llie teaobera of llio lien klir(t fr l IK rl,(. rtdholMl. ftrfr.ni "f embrace lllrtman CarlUU. countlea LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ANO MEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES its and jail. Said hesinco not right M,i.a lwantr Hrl rrK 1UIUM was been in nll.rilll,4 Mdll (HrllMHtli wk McCraeken, (lre, Marahall ami Callo had spoils botoro his trial, but ay, among whom are totna rilucitari of that wo ever Imttght. filvo nny of theso floods a trial, and you will ! had been iiincu worse since. and illatliutlon, whltli (uaran-leacniiiitnto be convinced that our house is tho place to buy tha work of III aeatlan to l uwful Charles Ilnokott.i Esq. Mayes and ami lirntfielal to y who allcnil. Tiie If )n tih )Lftfltp, Judge Kingman !gavo Bomowhnt rracram l(ui ua la loo If mtlty to it ?m van! inn ! HUIinlt, U but la full ( aubjeott or tuueb Inler-fsimilar testimony OUlt IMMENSE STOCK OF ! IHm KmJi. If to leacbert. Anongit oilier II If wKI . W. P. Uarnes,' testified that a (lbaanr, of Intelletfjl liri. Ml. Allr pja Pwe.t. Il rn If ! Hickman Collep--, Ii Uokfl far a wtdl lull. tig fttsl, negro boy of this'nnmo had lived Gents' Furnishing Goods and Clothing . nl lUii laitil ttt. If 9 wbleh br ' "ltilueaiien of .. aa ! Mptit Tn. If ai.iai.ma .. aaaaaw aaaaaa aM mmmm n utlt him when ttbotit 12 or 13 an.l oierllance aa a leather uprrlfnra lr r Nri .f t i ;os rniKTiNo lh iiiattarly it( ! j urea will he treated cnmplolo, and yon can llud just tho quality and prico yon want here. j ears of age, nnd that ho was then raent aim utmanly r tifi tufti U) ru m( i iii btai r "foolish" and had ipclSs A LA 111). . STOCK OF Wiley James, tho prisoner's II. DUCIIASAN Is o(TwIuk great liargnlus In Clonks and Over brother, testified that ho had al , coats. A fiplondid line.' Call and ways been "foolish?' or aoinctlilriR H:!1 eo them. wrong; nnd that lid wns tho same ueenswnte, Glasivvare, ILirdwnrc, Doors, Sash, lllinds, ilouhlinp, boi of whom W. ll Harnes tes- Tho National Dkmocmt, Eld. J. II. ltoulhao will preaeh Oils, Taints, c, constantly on hand. one (lamagtJ. - Nbcra the rullonltn, think. It " ilnig'J i'y Iiortc fllng corn IliM qiitnllt; "I r Ibcro In wotim. Thf audi corn. WouKln't It b well ti ctm-i- o liKicbt t otui your frrl corn,nnil It cnJ) of the Jamagcil tart olf it eb 1. die Into nl.iillnj of corn that ll tbui Vrllit. in etuwJ by the vrtryiw", liltl"r, Hickman, Ky , Nov. 1, 1800. Tho Aomo Is the Lest Harrow in Council met. t'lafenlMayor Coffgill, URO nntl Rt priors as low ns can pciiilcd. Councllmen l'arker, lUuiage, tihaw, Smith bo bought nny where. Ueekmnn and llertweck. Hickman, : : Kkntucky. ttkt.m Tinria iVe'ts. Lev. James, tho colored prison, .ivo, The mlnulea of tho liwt two meetings so27-t- f Ilickmnn, Ky. NOT KEPT IN STOCK, or, niidfr niMitiMico to bo hnnjj on were read, approved and signed. BOOKS request, ACCOL'UTt At LOW 0. Friilii, Nov. 21st, for tho murder Tho followlnz account was iir'tenleJ rilatlonery of crery variety and siylc. I K5A. Also, aKtntfnr the laadinc newt: of Mr Jas. Garvin, was before a properly nppro'eil, which, on molion, "ni papera of Ibe United Slates. allownl, nml UitcK orJOie i ittuca lor iuo If It It any Inducement to buy Rood, Sherifl's jury of inquest on auiounl; il OUOOBIUB-JM low price iw wjiinli Jury returned" n ver- P. IJtnnon, for $30 00 lliey can be boiif bt elsewhere, and lo be fewer pipe wjarble malted on politely, nl lo kuow lint yot.r tyickman dict of insanity, after hearing the n.NK mucru. is tlunkfully received and apsworn testimony pf six physicians On moilon of Coiirellman Herlwcclc, pstrnnoie why preciated, call nt HICK MAX, KY. the fine agilmt C. T. Nichols for 5.00, hntl several othcAcltlzons. I). I). Kit VA NT'S. recently atteMeJ aliit him In llie olty lln,. Uwlmr. O'lVinlnl. j Chas. IT. court, was reduced to SI 00, sntlafaclory 33. aj. ' w COU.VriCY !"wn forodolnK. Hubbnrdand Davi(,ns phyciclnns, fiCV. .LtlUL's' fSl'IltcllVC Nils- - Books and Stationery Azi laduoomont itrail Wort-ncailn- j, frli Work Ladies and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, which must bo sold nnd SOLD VERY LOW. jt lk OUDEHID TO l'UT DOWN WALKS. gave it as their opinion that ho On motion, it it ordered that brick or I was Insane. plunk be put down from Dies- Dr. James Hubblnl thought ho llebrinW'a earner, on Moscow ATenuc, on west side ot Troy Ateoiie, to Magnolia might bo partially insane, super- street, on touth IJe or .Mngnolla street tcrro? and fear as to lo Altrphany street, ou eaxt sldo of induced by street lo Moscow Aeenue, which his death Bcutenfc, mid that if Ids will . Ir.rluiic all U!a in Ulsti! ' and 3, mind Wn3 frcodwf this Ilia Sanity .fronting on the arentte nnd streets raen- walk-way- "n'" Me s PIlOIJICK. C. RAMAGE,- Allo-gha- Wo will pay tho highest pilco Italian ami AjiEnioAM MAntiii for Country Produce. Also, you MONUMENTS, TOMB AND OKAVE can always find a fresh supply of STONES. Hutter, Eggs, Chickens, &e., nml In slock, a lino lot ot general lino of Family Groce- HAVING n Italian Marble, I am preries, nt our store in East Hickman. pared tofill all orders. Coll and examine? my work. HELM DUOS. se27-t- f AA ,i M i.rl!--w,- - ! ',ii, 4fl. rrtf-ttt-, Mm I ,Moi-illo- rli, be p-It is aUo ordcrel tint walk-wadown, or repaired, from Iho turner of II. 0. Ileckman'a lot, No. 2iH, in West Illck nnn, lo Union street, in Old Hickman, In front of all lots between those points, occupying Iho latno grounds as do the tioned BAKERY !BAKERY! IlarlnR bouRlt ei-- Orderj from filled. maySa the country prosttl? MI ll ft Look at This ili. ! ! om TfHi a HOOTS nnd SILOISS. !. tiiy Clerk Is ordered to notify the ir'roHli ItrtMiila .V:o. properly owners of lots fronting on the streets above mentioned to have the work Delivery Bread Wagon will vhit dons within 30 days from Ihlsdite; a fail- you every Uy. ure on their part lo do so, tho same will GEO. KOERNEIl. ialS tf be dono by the city at the owners' expense. On motion, Council adjourned. The present walk-way- s. It. M. Melheny'a City Oakery nnd Grocery, I will be pleased BLACKSMITH to see all his old friends and cuttomera- l A. P. OL2VSR, ii tilUii, )o( t3 CnlcH, Always nn Hand! HICKMAN, A KENTUCKY. when you wan done, or repairs orf Wagons, &c. Horseshoeing a specially; 1 nlso keep a full line of VT ri IVE Mi: TUIAL lllacksmllhing Attest, V. .l L. McCUTCHEN, C. C. Cairo and Gayoso Packet. Undortakor's l (Joodc,- - ill.-.io- n Woiik-ii,- 1 1 ! H !', Oourior Job Ofllco. LOCAL NKWS. at Simmons ticooul Iloa.r, aaiiirday and Sunday. (!. FamilyjG-roceriesOur Motto summer. Tiif. ofllco of mayor coos a beg- R'"K i" Nashville. Mayor McCar- or uas rcsigneu, pivui niuu- .nil llii. li nnimnl nITnril til trm-lf which was to follow tho McKinley bill has been postponed uutil next Thu general increase of wages EVAITSVILLE, COLE BOIiEN. Ma.ter. C. jrjj aSMi , w The fast rssacnter Steamer, Common, Hosewood, and Solid Black Waf rut Collins and Cases, which can lie filled up on short notice, and at rcaconable iricts. Glrp me a call. JoV" Shop near the Jail. may'25-8tt J. HOWE, Clerk, And pet your nincksmitliing nlf lit whlrli Go to W. S. Ellison's for your Fresh Meats. Tho Union City Dally Demo- - rlrrulatlnn e'er s erst Amsrgtl olher eaiabllahil iu Wa.liiiif lull year rii by rUmnnil llinlaua, with Ihn '( lli of many jreal lealeiv af the party, ha tnterrd u(von ila aecon I year with a clraiiUMon ol W.000 eeplea each wfrk. Tina la pribipa tb lar(.-(- l u Good Goods, and Sell as Low as any Ilottso! THE LAW IN TUT. GABE. Corn, and all Skin Hruptions, and posi- W. It tively cures Pile, or no py requlrcil Tho .jew of this Slato provides Is ranialn'il guaranteed locirs frfect astiafaclion. aic lucliulhir ). i:. WILSON. In Hlcksian, Sunday night, Xot. 2nd, Iut wlen n prisoner under sen- or money refuncled. I'rico "A cents per ivconl of iKilhleal Infdrinallon. that many of who Internal. The Fultnniati thinks n Match the raaat linrriaul erha that are il Hinaryappeared to nd to under aIhote prvt- - I860, Mr. Thos. J. Wallace, in his 61'lh tence of death is supposed by tlio tor.. I or xalc by U. A. Jioicoaice, Vrug TO spaco lo name all articles, bat no do dull voted uv a rtriainty, the Kartsry at Pillion It ngrea ure. M hy jraurra iu livcrvu laU ol interett In year. The deceased a residence in Hick- .sheriff lo bo insane, or ho doubts Isl. fous. Xl troublo to show Ike corner of Troy baring Iwiijlt Ibetiiinelt milt anl on iie lump ll la rendering the ihr polliUal Ihlt siuat the eountrv. Come nJ soc, at alTairaof pMes man dated tack lougcr than any other party Important aerlc, and ihoutl Ur prurly, Ac. and Moscow Arenue East Uiclcmrn, Ky There nre llera male tcsident, luring come here with his ou tho Mibject, that tho sheriff 'lilinary iiDJerirnlnc read liy all who with to l,,p fully New Advertisements. erala In l'ulion counn'yhy the hundred', parents when n child, perbapeahoui 1S16-4l- J. may cm so a jury to bo summoned Don't fall to buy your Fresh In rgard lo ihtip altalraand aim Ho was n brick maon by trade, an I itepublieant, hy the ecore, Wheelers in Meats from V. S. Ellison. -- A. ini-alo difrai iho wicked aebemi of the whlti at to hear the evidence, and decide ItepiiMlean leader tn eeciin' permanent nttlnhrra a, I'rAliih.ll.uil.ta, uho, ftibo-rae- In following hia neo.ij.stion had In Higlioe, n promi- Con I rul uf tie tjotcrnmeni, In apiic of ibe they tirak. talk lou l'.id.iciti, nnd other tho cas . If the jury decides that Elder J. Fulton, Mayfield, PHYSICAN ADO SURGEON" o Ibelr iew, and yet aomehow on places, mil w a well known throughout nent uilnI.Ur of the Christian Cburih, l.ct that Ihry are, and mutt remain, (he It becomes KKNTUCKY HICKMAN, eleellon daya tley don't exliihll erncl-nea- t Western Kentucky and West Tennessee. tho piieonoris lusano, ll known to many In Ibis county, lird minority prty In thla eountry. hlsTrofesjlonal Strticos to enough lo tola. It Is alliged that the The last yean of hU life he wa a nincerc tho dutv of the shetift to suspend at I)tt Moines, Iowa, tail week, OFFEUS of Iliclman and vicinity christian, and at the time of his death tho execution and to notify the For the ticst hrnuils of Trad, IVmocrata don't vote beei'i.c of SKK tho Itig Ititrniiis in Wall anlG-'8and Iho Kepuhllcaus becaute of nat a member of the Methodist t'liurch, f!nlTiiri. SiifiirH. Silicon. Ciinneil lack of hope, ami tltii may be tho true and It I said by those who attended him Govon.ar of tho jury's verdict Taper at Wilson fc Co'n. goods, Flour, &c, go to Y. S. aceuuat. Hut, if this It a government by that lie died in happy confidence of a and of ins own action. The Gov8:1(1 Tho tnembers of Kentucky Me wis always a LINDSAY, the people and for the peoide, and Is to llfMrd Immortality. A. notified, will I)dge, No. 310, Knights of Honor, aie of the people mint man of many good qualities, fidelity in ernor, after boititf remain uch, the tlio prisoner to ono of tlio earnestly requested to be pre.eul at the tako more Interest In elections and thus friendships, and true nnd courageous In order .1 JIICl.V MAN. 11 o o cv t-regular meeting llusincM of make Ihelr voice felt. If a law etliled Ills convictions. Ho wjs a member of tho insuuo asy linns, whoro ho will bo importance In It attrndet to. - prohlhltlng tbe votfrom Moral Tentptara, and was buried by that hold ni.il treated, and if over reIIIOKMAX. KY. "Isn't Jones a Christian Solonorder. Kequleteat In pace. Tho ItMTB UinnnN RCHOOL 'lint a Indict or in the Hiltli enro-- " ing, what n howl would be raise stored to sanity, ho will again bo 8:1& v Office with II. ft, Murrell tfjjr r t s..,v.i. SHOES nro the only Shoes that turned over to tho civil author"Ho Is." V. S. Ellison keeps tho best t e. 'Xi.'iA itja.rm will naino Tm: citizens of New Orlcnus ities, nml the Governor give entire satisfaction. For sale Is it truo that ho wouldn't have Ununtcd Colt'eo iu town. Try n in-'- t nro lioin? overrun with Italians a day for his execution, and tho only by II- - ltiii'linnnn hi" uif" ili othor pound of it. n doetuV "DAVIS, 8:l'J t, 'pzrr-- ' ;..ni?"i,saw 33 and Sicilians. It wns expected shoriiTof Pulton county will oxc-ont- o miuxr&-i- c. Tho many friends of Esqniro day whon alio was slok t" s.Ssavr!2 Puoi'. Koch, tho German scien 'that a load of S1U emigrants would the death pcnnlty by hanging, "It was iidto true." Tiylor Hard, w,d has bten tiigli un'o Office, Clinton St Mclede llloclc, tist, has discovered a euro for ti,oro at Monday. It looks ns ordered by tho court. "Well, I saw a doctor go into ileaih'a door for atrerat months will b consumption by iuocttlatioii, and liko they are coming in too fast IIIOKMAK, kv. lhat h is recovering and Ids house just now.' , promises to be fully roitorcd. Trv a barrel of W. 3. Ellison's V "Oh, that's all right. IIo's slok uill hereafter dovoto his timo to for any assimilation with American ' r- VT. '.l.Will altend iiromp'; 10 all t'H'Inf?' exporiineutini;. k!i&- -' manners or customs. Fancy Patent Plour, tho lluest In For pcrfect-ilttlnSuits, equal now himself." wclil 1 'DO to his care. tho town. tn (litest merchant tailor work, go w . ynstxirjts. to llALTzr.K 1 Shaw's anil call KKKriM' III WITH COrtl'l'.TITOHS, for Strouso & Ilros' Clothing. r"h vlcloiles Demo-cratl- o thanks. Full nJ. SAI.K. Willi nctwittiisil ttsu ulnrt. aSrllef !lf la ft ilnrinr nraiaerTha National nrat yrr oceunie Dtmotrat III atlaiur-- l by a ot wtkly J. AMBEEG'S SONS. Tho olrctlon Tuesday wns iiilit. Indeed, it mi a nn t neiibr tldi ohlllilii rren nr Uy-li- se, sol linflllfil. ll n thai too lass eJi'' JIF.f. citizen, fa vontbly mentioned for that ollico, comes out and says ho couid not bo induced under nny tilled. tlio ofiteo. The jury wa3 onlyla fow minutes circumstances to tako deciding tho case, tho preponderItHrliln-Arnlrn Saltp. Tub 1!fst Sii.vb In the world for Puts. ance of testimony being largely Brulpcs, bores, Ulcers. Rlt Kbcum. Fever in favor of Ids insanity. Sotes, Tetter, Clnppel Hands, Chilblains, for 82;-0- 0 ,ca,HlH 0w another Will leave Tilro far Oavoso every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2 ). in. Will Icrtva Cjojo every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, st 0 ft. m., raaitlnc close conneotlons with sumboals and railroads. Leaves Hickman, going South, orcry Monday, Wednrshy and Fr'day, nt 5 p. ra. Leaves Hickman crery Tuesday, Thursday and Halurdav for Cairo nt.7 p. m. Special rates lo Excursionists. We earnestly solicit the patronage of the shippers and Irarclint; publio. fltl.Ml DASMIIV, C,u y.Uiitr, Cuirc, 111. 8-1 Impairing done nt and genera J. F. GEAY'Sy ruotto. of Obhn and Exchange Slrettt,) HIOZMAN, KY Good Work at Trlcis. M Hock-botto- ( Corner kSTHll.l. HOItH mar2C-t- f rs Family Groceries. sale and livery stable Paris & Parker,- DIESTELBRLNK, a sprc:'ai't7.:tDtf JOHN F. OKAY. KENTDCKY STREET on hand y lld A FUil STOCK OF DR. Jl. C FJSlRIS - mm jj.. LiH. -. HOUSES, DOOaiES andIIACK8.n Having purchased tie stable,, horsca and entire outfit of W. 15. Plummet ne to contlnuo tbe business, anl oliclt patronage constantly KEEPS sale for hlrS ho-l- y W. Dorii You Forget It f KtlOpM A ra y a w, s 1 Ms I IT THAT Witting AHiorttnont Af tllO 11HC 1 fr i s5rrb - 1 lrn i,j jLttorncy at Law, B. T. GROCERIES 1o OIVE iri3t V TltlAi.'' GooJs delivered to nny port of fh' City g TOjraSH --i KIOKMAirr To Found highly nsptoted clliitn of Hickman eoun- ly, ilieil at his home ntar tlotcow las week. lit was a geutrous, llbaral cd man, and years ago prominent In butl-ms- t affairs. Mr. Dan Unhnrts, an old and Mm foods I -- j&2& -- -? How Boodal lisr. the Demotrot Medal contest, under the uiantseiuetil of Mrs. 0. II. Hubbard, will occur at Iho llaptltt Church on iho night of r'titUr. Nor. 1 lib. There ma ten con. trslints enrolled, and It prnmleea to b In lerertlnK In alt lis fettures. The puhllo aroinrited to atlood, The tliiest lino of Toilet Soaps iu town nt V. S. Ellison's. Tho Interesting exorcises of && tr $ ii Fall "Wo ai-- t ai)d --- Uipter. mo-- t DON'T FOUOETto hunt up Uucic lino's and sco their beautiful nntl complete stock of Jewelry, ito. No troublo to show goods. 11:7 Everybody invited. you uro In wnntofu good If (errant girl, now rcatly to show tlio largest ami complete lino of seasonable ono neat In nil lior appoint-mint- s, ready at nil limes to obey, neur lo answer when molded, nerer to gel In a passion when company Is oxpicted and threaten lo leare tho liouiu, In short, ono that is neal, tidy, obedlonl, olieerful aud good humored, address Iick llox No. f, accommodations, slalln.; tolnry, room Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Sh.oes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, ! "days off" allowed, he. If you want cliolco cuts of Itoast, tender Hoof Steak, &c, go to W. S. Ellison's. Mls3 Will Allou Dromgoolo, nho hat written so miny siurlet In the mountain vernacular of Iho Inhabitants nf llnst Tennessee, all of whlih were rloh In Idlomnlia wisdom nnd expniuiou, will Iniro aunlhor of tha klud In Iho A reus, for November, entitled Ula lYny to Fame." It Is a tako oil on Uovernor Hob Taylor, of Teiincsiee, who It a fiddler of no mean prsleuslous, "Kid-illln- XTotions, Sic, c&o, Evor Boforo Esdaibitod on. our CoiarLliors. If Low Prices and Superior Quality arc Inducements, merit favor from the trading- Public. r. - aceor ii to coinmon acceptation Just Received, and will bo sold HAS NOW OX DISPLAY AN UNSUKPASSED LINE the newspaper press is tho host Choapor than ever before. uicdii.ni through which to reach Everything guaranteed as repretho pnhlic. Sharp cotnpetion in sented nt trailo lias, indeed, lomloretl advert , at least, retising .i necessity INCLUDING ALL TIIE LATEST AND MOST tail isuiORS, giat ami omall. Thorciore, the pirsenlation of mi I advertisement in the host possiblo $5SD shnpi. to be n "tnkiiiK" ono, to the iu, aim at the fiamo time TO ALL WHO gtve the Infornmtion concomiiifj nOMr.riMK LAST FALL tho under WOULD nn GLAD TO SHOW SAME OALL. hie faros which tho dealor wishos Vj signed had a Mutes stolen out ot the FAVOR IIEU WITH A to ippart to tho puhllo and tiring bottoms ueiow iiickiiiiii, ly. une urown years old, 15 hands bleb, tiorsa inuli', pirdhnscrR to his storo, lias groat desideratum. Men branded with "1." on rlslit shoulder. One J&. .ibj-ronmule, 5 years old, 1J bands blb. ,,.iJnr n.l ,..: r,... ...- branded ttllh"L" on left shoulder. Uno tin ndvortisonionts of tlua kindi,,Ill0 ilorso fflU,0i c y,ra olJi 15 hands an fewer than commonly snppos-- j hixb, brauded with "l"on left hip. "W" Hand-Ma- da C.!. Proprietors sometimes think lou left shoulder, and underblilu rislit car. lie auove rewaru win u iiaiu ior me tKy can when thoy can't; and NOW BEING SOLD AT slid mules, and tbe arrest of ho'ito who mlgiit, if driven to it, recover of who stole parties tli'in. hivonot tho timo from thoir other tbe 11. WAT&ON', CI ilnties to givo tho renuislto ntton- V. 11. WILSOX, W. II. I.KCCH. tici to it. Usnnlly tho rotnil mor- 10.2 Wingo, Ky., Oct. 21, lbOO. chant can best servo his purpose b tolling tho printor what ho Wall Papor at Ccst. wants, nnd lot him write it. ' Evcrv man or (Inn that has built np n arK rotall bnsiuosH has reaoiieJ pticccss through liberal investments in advertising, nntl 'tVa--- - .i, yaaaTrWfloyrrr WATCHES, CHAINS, &c frs. fiddle joi7e$ Of Buck 1 u Fall and wmis? muxassft Bros. at-(ta- SOTARD Fashionable Novelties! MA:f n "TJLll XjiXiO 1 Lsatbr of Good OT" kr vo Inlerosllng truly .it ! lowest iiricos. U-t- f to closo out my prconl stock, liimo, Ooniont, Salt, ITay, Tlrnn, I Desiring Wall Paper, somo beautiful will sell , wo koop constantly on hand, prints, at cost. Call early and walo se- lections. 1)5 Smith, Ki.uson & Co. I!:polc::, Yet !3av:d. MISS II. ADKI.LU ALLEN. Ma 3B. SSSAW. Fransuncei Iroma loiter II AT COST. To closo out stook-- , I will soil I.KATIinn E. CiOODS, such as Ac, llrtdles, lladc-Ilund- i, V. I). HRVANT. Onr oltl patroiiH will appreciate the ovitlont fact that good-i, wo nro abreast with tho times when they inspect nt n victim In Hlekinnu Liiuiily. Tho (.'Un ion L'eiiiocrat syn- - ' Mist IMn i Kione, uhn II... Iii lint HnntlikfAal anliiirlia .if t Ii a town, is daiujer.mely ill, nnd bus been Hlnoe tliei nlglil ni ins .Memo mi revum, when sho beoamu very mucli wrought up nnd fnliiled In tho ch.ircli. Somu one threw n pitcher of water orer her to ro-rlher, nnd the shock was lou Rreat for A beautiful lino of I'apotorlo WilboN iS: Co'H. Uovivalism is about tn claim onr new lino of which, in good styles, valno and nsaoitmcnt, will cnablo in to un i,i MEET ALL COMPETITION! i Wo will make it inuro to tho benolU of all who caro for GOOD GOODS to call before buying elsewhere. FOlt LI.TTI.Fj her perrons system Unite foara are for her tecottry." BALTSER ZjtMvt.' .. & SHAW, ' - lunsted in Consumption, rour doctors FiVEMfLUON SPOKES WANTED! (.10 mo up saying I could live but a short l I mvo myself up to my Saviour, " iiixrinlnid if I could not slay wllU my Wo nro doslrouB of nurolmalnn, d nds on oarlh. I would mod my absent from nov until January lat, 10013, ssbovo. My liusbtml was advled to for 1SIONM3Y, Rt Dr. Kind's Now Discovery for Con- - 0,000,000 DUOOY Bl'OKUS, clo-- s whloll Vo V.'IU pay Cash OU option, CoiirIis and Colds. I gave ll a nVorj. Partieo doairlutr to Boll in i, toot in all eight iiottiesj it has curoJ mitBt ilrot call tit our oQlco nnd and thank Cod I am now a welt nnd mako cotttrnotB tor name tn writ n'srty Ii nomnu." Trial bottles; fno at C ing. Roapoottulls", .11 i 8. 1)., we quote: "Was at Cost. illi a bad cold, which settled on b 10 Lungs, coukIi set In and finally ter- of Orotoii, riltcnhy Mrs. Ada THE OLD RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBi!, IJcnlcr In DEKHEDICIHES, PAINTS AND DYEMFFl u. Uolconibo's UruiMtorc, 51.00 regular slte.'COc M.V) jno. w. Mortma & bom, Hlclanau, Ky. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPO(J'N"dY : t xBkiLMBKMaBammmmmmmmmmmsmpmm Kaaj aBTaiVWiaBaBalaBlaWTaBalr'HijEJWBHBa K VKarQtKafJEalEa3laPISValVaStMriSllliHa " 'isnsaw. rmmmmmmmmimimml'm IHHaWlWaraUaaltBiaflaltB H affJaatl aaaPaaWltaBaaMaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWaraaaaaTnMllaaaaB r,u vuMmm...i:?yCyii J m I PALESTINE. Gtmlcn nnd Orchnrd In Which Thoatorms, tho wlntfr.tlPf,atm,lJ' summer heats of Palermo- - by crumSolomon Saw No Glory, bling up and dosolvlr? tho rocks, aro gradually proparlngl'slntlno and Syria Hut Mlifre In llm Ilrpths nf llctlitrhrm's to yield a product llko into the luxuriW lilt li VrU It Hrllrclf.l dm ant Westchester fnrmi of 'o York, I till In .Nltlori-l- p, lal. and Lancaster Cmmtv firms of l'onnsyl. magr'a Hrrnian, fatigue ho draws hli and scattora it on the rlchment. wi;on-lo&- d of llmo ChtlsV. f8 'or tll0't 0IV" All otornlty past occupied In getting ready for this cradle, nnd all ijlernlty 1 THE COMMONWEALTll to come to bo omployed In lr Fisrnttt "Tho brunetto over yonder Is a I seol llostou bred girl" Cumso-T'fields of .Minnesota anl Wisconsin, and llrowii bred, too." Ycuow Itio's Nows, tho opulent orchards ol .Marylind and lho BwU California. dthen out Lot tho Turk " turned tho t:icluilvely it New iirlt Central Intllln. V 111 wrong way, nnd whllo I was wondorlng and tho American or Englishman or that placo. rVM I tt wrong Pnlrnna nf lltn Vrtitf Vnrlr t Vlltrnl Scotefima.n go In, and Mohammedanism OovutxinHuchNrtt has granted , wl'olhor I was on tho wrong car or wo cxciuslvo ndvuntngonf nrrlvlng undhnVO the deputtrack, tho ould soon bo on the withdraw its idolatries, a"'1 rur0 Chrispardon to Hopor Williams tho denutv ing at Uiand Station, Pourth Ato tianity build its altars and tho Irrigaahorlffof Holl County, who In makimV oM w,,l,oho"" on " near Mdo shoved nuo nnd Kort.v Central Street, tho very ecu second 1,M 'U tion of which Solomon' r00'1 wa,pn,jr nn arrest ot Wm. Dlckorson, in lllil.l lrv l"? ? V,' tMC.kM Up0.n V'0 tro of tho clt), convenient to hotels nnd residences, largest nnd finest jMissonper asnggcstlon, will makcthat land from borough. Inst Pohrunry. toll himself right table, skillfully molding the In America, nnd tho only ono in the Hie wornl tbat lirlnnth forth Dan to lleershoba as fertile and aromatic jusuiieu in defense ot his own life in side plate himself by a halt hop, skip station New York City of and Jump, and wo wont around tbo corand resplendent as on th morning trt c." shooting and killing his prnSer, lho New York Centnil Is tho only truuk A sprlnj; tuornlng and btifuro hrcalc Kgypt; iLo lutu, told mo o; nil travelCENTLEMBrY whon llm King rtrie ts bis was drunk and flourishing a pistol ner all right and flying. That boat nny lino entering tho City of Now York. Information. Jast at .liirusalom: A Klnsr with robes grounds in chariots so iwlft, anJ 'ol ers that I consulted about It told mo so. In his brothor's butchor shop, and, hav trained horso 1 over saw, becauso It was I .4 lr. co r"''l '- -r """"tCrTWSMt lido 1 w .as AH. llroituu, Mass. boon picked up by n W, I . IHll HI. A oooti rulo in reading Is not to lot your determined to seollothlohom, Ing run everybody out of tho shop Wil practical and had snowy iililtu In chariot decked with lowod by mounted riders so brilliant Hut . (ruin voice fall too suddeutj wi""". It mlfUt gst anipold, drawn by olght horses, that It was for speed liko a hurrlcino tho samo month In which Jesus arrived, Hams was called In to nrrcsttho dinger-- despised and gonorally execrated UlnghamWu Hepubllcan. ' MUSICAI, nnd nothing could dlssuado me. Was I oua man. no torn ineKerson to t(,r., mal lho streot car horse. Pittsburgh crsckoJ nnd housings as brilliant as If followed by a cyclone. As I look upon this great aqucltictof not right In wanting to know how tho up his hnnds, and tho ovidenco hero scolloped out of that very sunrise, und l)Patcl, Mind Itcvtlnc. Thoro seems to bo littlo Rolntr on I 'OH OM: 1)01 t.Alt sent J by nail, we wOt was Holy Land looked whon Josus camo parity contradictory, ono witness like tho liids for speed, followed by a l'alostlno, a wondrous spsclmcn of You can read a happy mind In n happy in intisic.il circles of late, lvit tfiero M i.n.if u.i rhirsri. to anf ueraonln WOMAN'S INTUITION. the t alltd Mates, ml tlm fiMowlni articles regiment of archers on borsobicU with masonry, about soton foot high, toll? wiuioui mum iKtioiruuen Dlckorson did as ho was that In Her Judgment In Tills Is tho sort ot countenance that the is much talk, nmong innsie.il iicoplo, earrfu'lj packed in a nest Uix VaMllna, U Alwavs flight Ho did not land amid flowers nnd requested, and anothor hand on elided bow, und arrows with two feet wldo, sometimes tunneling tho el. On obiim Ih tit of I'ur that ho did not N'cirlr llrss'd '" Common Thine,. quondam bilious sufferer or ilvspeptlo re of tho marvelous euro of Miss II , sti-o-l rr twoenara I til Cnlilalln Tumult, IS " jxilnts flashing In tho sun, clad solid rock and than rolling Its wa'ers songs When tbo nngels chanted on tho dolt Hot An old gentleman over seventy, camo Into Youodbvlloslctlers Stomach Hitters wears tho high contralto ntnger, who has of a..lln Crs.In ...,. U" On)r of w 111 meet miinj such from head to foot In TyrUn purple, and through stonnwsro pipes, an arUcduct famous blrtbulght all tho flolds ot l'al19 " 1 he gre.it stom Hl'MKCl.AVhas been farm.vvlthouthis overcoat Vlln Camphor alt doing Its work ton miles boforo It gets ostlno wore silent. Tho glowing skios for his recent forgeries. Indicted atl'aris tho city from hischilly nnd ho was obliged to nchlc nnd nltcrullv o atso provides linpplmt lotnr milTotoil from a sovcro throat OHrtt Va.elln fitmji, unaraaiea la Mark hair sprinkled with On rhoday turned .. far lho malarious, the rheumatic, tho weak or bronchial affection, micrinilucoil sfBalad UMeiol VallnH.,pVVblt dashing down tho road, tho horses at to those threo rosonolrs and then gath- wero answered by gray rocks As Hothlo-horUn Tiik edition of tho Lexington Pre-- s forego his visit to tho fair and thoso troubled with Inncttou or tho klJ On two ouoc tout el 11.11 by Catarrh in tho Hcail, ami who full run, tlm reins loose on their necks, ering tholr wealth of rofreslimint and stood against n bleak, wintry sky I wns confiscated for publishing a lotterv remonstrated with him nrysaud bladder. Ton friend who Ut IM tua. n 11 riil alVaseline la an and tho crack of whips and tho halloo injuring it on to tho mighty city of Jeru- cllmliod up to It, as through a bleak win- advertisement. has been perfectly ciinil by tho r. for going away from homo thus unprepared, tf ii ho saldt "l thought It was going to bo warm , of (ho reckless casalrsdo putting tho salem, and filling tho brazon sea of hor try sky Josus doscended upon IL His llnur What nlr was that you wro uso of Dr. ri.ifc'n Catarrh ifemcily, form be lav Os toanion louse Kuloe cwll accept wily Tin: Mafia has begun operations tsreful -Kresl miles at defiance. Who Is II, tnd what temple, and tho bath room! of her pal- way down was from warmth to chill, Louisville. The body of nn Italian in ntj wlfo told mototnko myovcrcoit, but I playing last nlghtl ' "-Laura "A millUn f us In original psclsees. Atmrers coujilcil with tho nao of Dr. I'iurco'd put Y Herold. and I lauded him -N inaoy to KrsuaSo wit wmildnl. tv omen uavo moro cuo mau aire, an outing aces and the groat pools el Slloam, and from bloom to barrenness, from Is It? Klnp Solomon taking For in lake V AHKI.IM. put up br tnem. Nevet found in tho river with a knlfo thrust men nnj way " Golden Mcltcal Discover'. Imforo briakfast from .lerftsalem to his Ilotoklaii, and llcthosda I And that Juno to a sterile. Docombor. It over tho heart si the article la an NranLr every article sold Is cheapened, in all bronchia!, throat and IntiR nffco-tion- vleM la urh A frank admission. Imitation lluoul value. anJ will not Kir yen gardens, anl pirks, and orchards, nnd our century has no monopoly of tho I wero going to Palestine as a botanist, good sonso Is said to como from cost of production, at rxpeuso of quolit IIvkunp. LAMir.n, an aged colored Women's and lmgcring contjhs, it is an tlier.-nl- t y ueipecu A Ivttieat et lllue Keal tijcllu cents. reserolrs, six miles down tho road to- world's wondors, and that the conceited I would go In March; but I wont as n woman, living near Hollo v low. Chris. Intuition; may It not bo that thoy nro moro Dobbins' Klrctrlc Hoanls pure, to dy w lu' ase"re U ' t ty When (.'imiidi (Mft..Sll kSl'f'f. all dnsitits -tea harmless and uncqtuled remedy. It wns In lMW, u&joMWk l ' ward Hebron. What a contrast botwoen ago In which wo livo had fetter taVo In mlnlstor of Christ, to study Josus and tlan County, was burned to death In thing. One thing her closoobscrvcrsof littlo to strike, tho nail on uniform Alc jour grocer for it. Lookout cateil with tjhronic rsas.il v.aiarrn, THirriaM atr" 1 wanted to seo so 1 went in Decomler. ssiien It that and tniselt on that vory road ono somo ot tho sails of its r Is certain, they nro n;rt for Imitations. cabin tho other ovoning ItH use aliould ha coupled with tho la nit tha ordinary problems of going afoot, for how tho world's front door looked when that it is bard work In tho tho morning last ! At Parts, S.anford Young, colored, was life, head, frequently than tho lords of crwa moro MONEY I got masonry that will last tho hoavonly stranger entered it. Tin pot is an Idyl fellow, and thst's mm of Dr. Sairo'ii Catarrh Kcuicdy. DORE WELLS our plain ichlclo turned back for sontonccd to threo yosrs In the peniten- tlon. probably w hy the pubilo stanza verso to beOf ail druggist.. apparatus forgotten, wo on tho fifty years, to say nothing of tho 3,000, Tho town ot Hothlohom, to my sur- tiary for hog stealing Ho has not been b anl.viaMlilll VlilllK 4 "According to Dr Alice Dennett, who ro ing odo liy hi in Ulnghauton .edger. Ttrlrf way to find what Is called Solomon's and no modern machinery could lift prise, Is In tho shapo of a horseshoe, tho out of tho pon vo"y long, where ho n paper on Wright's disease bo ...uin inn morn GRATEFUL -- COMFOnTINO. pools, the ancient water-work- s of blocks of stono lilo someof those stand- house oxtndlng clear onto tho prongs served a scntenro tot tho samo offrnso. cently read Do sot thrt I IM'II t .ll.l.t. I foro tho 1'eimsylvauta State Medical ftvloty, longer suffer from sick beadnchea moment ' tar t VII It Is not necessary, Curler's Littlo Mid llm gardens of a King nearly ing high up In lho walls ot llaalboc, and ot tho horseshoe, tbo wholo sceno moro subject fo bilious attack and sick ta.kfl 11 BM Cinilr Uvn Mrniwt.vtiinii persons Ltver Pills Dose, one JJOntoiOatuts 8,000 years ago. that tho art of printing claimed for ro-- rough and rinlo than can bo imagined. colobrated his nlretleth blrthdiy In huadaches, who hnvo crawling sensations, pill. Small will euro you dose. Small litito 100UIS & HYMAN, price. Small pllL Wo cross tho acqucduct again and cent agos was practiced by tho Chinese. Vorlly, Christ did not chooso a soft, go TIFFIN,- - OHIO. Loulsv lllo a tow da; ago. During his llko tho living of water In the head, who DREAKFAST. t mil nrta iwj again, and hero wn aro at tho threo years ago, and that our midnight nial placo In which to be born. Thogato long lifo ho has beai n member of eight- nro 'tired ull tho tlmo' and havo uncxplalucsl "Tuts boat smells dreadfully of aniens " e( th t slant "WTlh remh madam,' smd tbecapuln, "she Is a olds-tilgreat restrrolrs, nut ruins of reservoirs, lightning express rail train was forosonn through which our I,ord ontered this een different Leglllatures, served out attacks of sudden weakness, may well be "Yes.lceky Mrh( ' '"l fbr very craft." N. Y Lodger, HON JOURNili aio.iix hut tho reservoirs tlmmsolvcs, that Sol- by tho prophot Nahum, when in tho Hi- - world was a gato of rock a hard, cold tho unexpired term of Henry CUy in suspected of dangerous tendencies In tho rr. i r tiroiwrti.i f wnnpii i.ic nhMr u, ' a r trtii..l u tniTMr.i omon built threo mllleniums 4go for hie ho wruto, "'lho chariots shall rago gato and tho gato through which ho tho United Statos Soiate, was Secretary direction of llrlgbt s disease. correspondent, ta.u,akul.lattVstjkJISalsltSa II ! . IMaWM ,tr "T " Bsrovrr.1 Tho veteran newspaper li tr IS uai.l i"t ' J i ' h tho piirjiosn of catching tho mountain In tho streets, they shall jostle ono departed was aswlng-gatTalWalfM;tl TaahaaHassil'yi'a of sharpened of Mate, was Torrllirlal Governor ot ! . of tho New York ITtm, In noting nltSiltsmlilliB streams, and passing them to Jerusa- against another In tho broadways, they spears Wo cntor a gloomy church built Now Mexico and w aj a delegate t tho Jo Howard, siiggents: "Possibly Alice is , .Mala! atnlv I" llillMr.ilHI this statement, 1i."ti lln.lrJi. '"r" dli vi. ms-,Nlem to ftlakn tho thirst of tho city, and shall seem liko torches, thoy shall run by Constantino over tho placo In which Constitutional Conveitlon of . correct In her diagnosis, but whydoosut C.al,n I i.Jur.Jf l.i iiimiipwihc j A.stwmivKi.i. . I know a m" a l also to Irrlgato tho most glorious rango llko lightnings," anl our electric tele- Jesus was liorn lT rifteon lamps burn- Ho and tho six other Sirv Ivors cf that sho glvo somo Idea of trcatrsontl l 'il . of gardens that ovor bloomed with all graph ws foreseen by Job. vrhen in tho ing day and night and from contury body have arranged to meet on NovemT BvUIUIi4 man who has Itch 'tired all the tlmo' for Ho. rMsrs, ta roi-wr-- o 1 ail""' "-M colors, or breathed with all rodolonco, Hlblo ho wrote, "Cantt thou send light- to century light our way to tho spot ber 13, at the ten years. Night boforo list he took two Ci1'fi i v t "lit" I'' ' wsur r ml a ' T conventloi now roilslng doses ot calomel and jestcrdayhe wished t virxf,ui avl M. M. r.Vi.. lll.STfTi II I, nli oniii for Solomon was tho greatest horticul- nings that thoy may go and say unto which all authorities. Christian and tholr labors In I'rankfort. rarm' EPPS CO , llomaonslMc ChcmllU, 4 4Hj. I IH 141. OaLLKUK. U? JAMES ho hadn't. ' ' dtmbsTAUHT Bk turist, tho groatost botanist, tho great- thee, 'Hero wo are'r Jew and Mohammedan, agroo upon as London, CngUi... Tttr. Lancaster House, stCorlntb. was t4 lUiilif v A proper answer Is found In the following tin I II a A fnllmftft est ornithologist, the. greatest capitalWhat Is that talking by tho light being tho placo of our Saviour's birth, destroyed by fire a fow days ago. toft. lairu.U wife of Her Win. J Mrs j tm rir ist, and tho greatest scientist of his cen- nings but tho electric telegraph! I do and covered by a marblo slab, marked gether with H. II. Squires' largo ware- lettor of Uaslt, Davis, Cist, I"V " a I . fcf O , Juno r D wis, ot Mm ! Uaafcl s bUlM rotllWsM. VW I La tury. not know but that tho electric forces by (i silver star spnt from Vlonna, and house and Henry Jones' grocery "I do not hositato to say that I owo my life Como oer tho pllos of gray roek, and now being year by year moro thoroughly tbo words; constant Cure. I "Hero Jesus Christ was at a Bargain. Tin: Kontucky (Irani Lodge of Odd to Warner's Saf mv kidnejs bad amoro thau Ur. V.lVa'arat.r It I '"ST'. for hero wo aro at tho first of the threo harnessed, may have been omployed In liorn of tbo Virgin Mary." ,Jr, annual hemorrhaeo from phv Pollows completed Its If Elgbty Acr63 LAKD I - . siclans could uo noth reservoirs, which are on threo great agos extinct, and that tho lightnings all - ,1 .1 r . Ha aei'aMill,."i';,l five months The Hut standing there I thought, though session a tow days ago it Loulsvllln,and i. a, I . r- t aiMlraian arHf if t arlf, losels, the baso of tho top resorvolr up and down tho sky have been running this is tho placo ot tho natlrlty.hovv dif- adjourned to meot In Vaysvllleneit Oc- ing for me. My husband spent bund ml ot It. niltlMA. .all. till "M'l. Kail a.lO.llr-aaeUII dollars and I was not relieved 1 was under higher than tho top of tho second, tho around liko lost hounds to find tholr ferent tho surroundings of tho wintry tober, Wm. II. Dunian, P. (J of the enroot tho mostcmlnent medical men In ANDWHIUtrHAllTS base of tho second resorrolr higher than former nustor. nutnight in which Jesus camo! At that 1 J I lllljv'a was installed as Orand Master, tbo Stato. 1 ho hemorrhage ceased before I CISIII AT HUH IW itilLliULS Kmbalmtnontwasa moro thorough art time It was a kahn or a cattlo pon. 1 tho top of tho third, so arranged that otTrAMMC,arriy. -Sj I HI LflbT IVmiuJi af m: at u4 bod taken ono bottle of tbo Sato Cure. I ai.-... Dentistry, visited ono of theso kahns now standing, and announced tho following appointed can safely nnd do oheorfullv recommend It la Ua 1 waters gathered from tho sovoral 3,000 yoars ago than I TT. tho M M Wimlll'T.si.m (Hand Ofllccrs: J. D. Heddlck, P 0., w iaM in, aa alas " Both tho method and results when sources abovo shall descend from basin that wn supposo ono of tho Important and looking just ns in Christ's time ATI.IST4.US. IKS..IU VVklUkaUab iSf fc.rt t rl Paducah, Marshal; Henry C Mctcalf, to all who aro sufferers of kidney troubles ! Tail l ia If I. f t la la'aa Fjrmp of Tigs is taken; it is jilensant to basin, the sediment of the water de- arts discovered in recent conturlos, is Wo rodo in under tho arched ontranco P. O., Loxlngton, Ormd C'onductor.Geo. m ..aaiUk4 AvnostAnc roaTAiti Tni wairon snoka to ths wheel snd ald It nnd refreshing to thotnAtc, nudncU ru I, posited in inch of tho threo. so that by proied to bo 4,000 yoars old by tho filled and dismounted. l t l I A Moot III! II Wo found tho buildM. Sandon, ar STATlOKAKT. P. 0., Columbus Grand a IIM II 3S au f hltn tho tlmo It gets down to tho arquoduct, tooth of tho mummies In tho museums ing of stone and around an open squnro Guardian; W. II Iiidy. P. 0 Mays-vlll- made felloes tired hto beconneoted with such ccntl jet promptly on tho Kidnoys, i iri,illl II, lu iVYssvoa Eaoin . Co as iUwiiHliv was, but he was sur alu.riUi.ii.- -. low " which he could ssliich Is to take It to .Jerusalem It has at Cairo, L'gyrt, and artificial tooth on without roof. Tho building is moro circle rraa. Liver nnd IKivreK cleanses tlie sysurccUOea-Grand Herald; Xev. S. X II all, D. round? d by aBoston Uirouih ALL KINDS. PWTQf CAVIATS.TRlOtMARtS, Courier. uol break. had threo filtering", and Is as puro as gold plates found by llolzonl in tho than two thousand yoars old. In tho D, Louisville, Grand Chaplain. d CIS I Oi I IHII.1,1 III nil i tem cflocttinlly, dispels colli, rett'rsr. . I a 111! MM II n'H rtTQ Wo have conter aro camels, horses and mules tombs ot dejarted nations when tho clouds ralnod It. - immi iii srrt v I u j, u. r. f I IV aatallaaraaai Ilnn't Tilts t fevers and euro habitual KinvAiw L lUinox, of Kentucky, l I an a f Wonderful specimens of masonry aro boon taught that Harvey dlscovored tho Caravans halt hero for tho night or durMrkltla,it't CHALLC A CO.. aisatsuluI.V. U UK ' f.-- a. rri! Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for cotiktipation. has been appointed t a twolvo hundred Fyrun of Figs is tho r. MM I l.LU Ma. i n riiuiiarMrMs, tboso threo reservoirs, 'lho whllo circulation ot tho blood so la to as tho ing a long storm. Tho open square Is caso Cttarrh thnt tail rill Haa faaa dollar clerkship in tho pension ofilce, anvLiking ofHall's Catarrh can not bo cured only remedy of its Kind ever proSolOh, nol Cure ceninnt fastening tho block's of stono to seventeenth century. largo enough to aecomodato a wholo Wm G. Smith and lamos II Wil. lams, by" K J Cuenet : Co , Props, Toledo, O. A duced, pleasing to tho Usto and ar 1'cclesl-asteVVa.liliiEluii, II. il gether Is now just as when tho trowels omon announces it In " rarai.ia. herd of cattlo, or flock ot sheep, or a known F J We, tho undersigned, ' CLAIMS, AS IniVlA 4Jifsts. ceptfthlo to tho stomach, promjit jn where, first having shown caravan ot camols Tho neighboring Kentucky, tof'JOO positions in pension Chenev f er the lat nf teenhate and bolicv e threo thousand years ago smoothed tho ears, U 8 r"K ) , aia.. a Ji.,a ai.s nriil r""a. spinal Hedoulns hero find market for thnlrhay, office undorstood tho its action nnd truly heneticiu! In its layers. '1 ho highest rosorvolr, 3S0 foot that ho him perfectly bonurabte In ail business JU1C5 Pkisxions for Kentucky: Original raaataiiralaMfarM.aa li- transactions, and financially aUe to carry A N K by '.'29; tho second," 4i3 feet by MO; and cord, silver colored as it la, and that It straw and meals. Off from this conter efleets, prejwrctl only from the roost obligations UnMit bjr llinrnrui. Mi! Ilsmlltort Wsco: iivriiarnai-ij;A- . tho lower reservoir, 5S9 feot by ley, and rolaxos In old ago, "the silver cord Imi Uuiu aru Inulvo rooms for human habi ton,nny It Orchard; leo. W. Isaac Msp'.o- "utar.v nUtnrntMJlrv-,,",,"- 'r npreeaulo suhstance frVri."? healthy and uniuvj i WcstTruax,V holesale HrugglitsToledo. Crab M." liaison. STli '.".st t Vl'J .aa. , a.. U. AS.tlM-a- at .. 4U. loosed," rocs on to coenparo tho heart to tation. Tho only light Is from tho door. deep enough to rtoat an ocean stoamor. W aiding, Ktonsn Marvin, U holesale its many excellent qualities comWm, Nichos, ScotLsburt r Dmtglsts, Toledo, Ohio On that Decemlier morning wro saw a pltchorat a well, for tho threo canals I wont Into ono of these rooms and found mi iriiii mend it to all nnd havo nimlo it Scott, Albany. Ircroaso Joseph Hudura Is taken tutcmally. UaU's Catarrn tho wators rolling down from reservoir of tho heart do rocelve the blood llko a a woman evoking mo ovoning meal. son, tho most popular remedy known. vT.,r"cr Simeon 0. sctlnc directly on tho tlooil ana mucous sur st Hudson. rosorvolr, and can well understand pitcher, "or the pitcher be hroknn at lho Thcro wero six cows in the samo room. to faces of the svstcra Testimonial frwv and Syrup of Figs is for salo in oOo Yatos Grand View. 75c. per bottle Boldbvall Druk'glst In this nolghlorhood tho Imperial fountain." What Is that hut tho circulaI'rlco, hon ' T ws fni On it littlo elevation thoro was somo Hliort i nnd 81 bottles by all leading drugJohn Home, Falrmount. OrigItuiikkcvpliiUTt gnrdons wero one great blossom, and tion of the blood, found out two thou- straw whoro tho peoplo sat and slept ra Vjas:-a- -l Ax Austin ihiwmaker Is vvrltlnir a book. gists. Any rciiablo druggut who uiai.4..MrsS.I,rrla. lliutcl, Tclcuraitliy.;boforo Harvey when thoy wished to rest. It was In a inal W Idow s, etc. Katlo, s Idow of Tbos tho orchard one groat basket of fruit. sand six hundred years l.a?a rcaacaua Tliem Ill prubsbly la a great many mav nnt Imsrn tt mi linml will tiro- end that Solomon In his palace, writing wasbornf After many conturlos ot ex- room similar to that our Ionl was born. J. McXanon, laiulsvllle; Vornona, widow Tefas Hitting. ot John Sehvottlln, Louisville. Ila. promptly for any ono who cuto it tho "t'ong ol Songs," and Hccleslastos, ploration and calculation astronomy This was tho cradloot a King, and sot widow of Wm. Stampr, Hock ljiuse; ToRPOCLaTK tbe stomach.llverani botvels, Do not accept wishes to try it. may have been drawing illustrations llnds out tbat'ttio world Is round. Why, what cradle over hold so much? Civili- John, father of Andrew J. Waro, Ansel, aiid promote JJgrstlon, lake one of Carter's know It was round thousands of zation! Liberty! Redemption! from what ho had seen that very morn- Isaiah nnyeulistitute. Your Maggie, widow of John Harrod, Coving-Io- UtUo Liver 1'flls every night. Try them. ing In the Itoyal garden, when ho al- yoars boforo whon In tho Ilible he said: pardon and mine! Your peaco and mlnol CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Moxlcan Widows Ann, widow of "Yss, all my boases are renteij rjeept tte luded to melons, and mandrakes, and 'Tho Lord sltteth upon lho circle of the Your Heaven and mine! Cradle of a John Andorson, Georgetown. new coo which Is tbo best ot all" ''Last sa s rxAsasco. conearth." Scientists tolled on for nprlcots, and grapes, and pomegranates, n.r. untverso! Cradlo of a Oodl Tho garrw lowsmu. tr. Covimiton on tho 27th, for tho first but not ie&tcJ, ehl" if nnsey's weekly. and figs and spikenard, and cinnamon, turlos and found out refraction or that dens of Solomon wo visited this morntlmo in a quarter of a century, passed and calamus, and eamplrirn, and "applo tho rays of light whon touching tho ing wero only a typo of what all tho I'll LkjJMBstHwl ELY WIlOTllElta. U V srron BU ew Twlfc I'rlr M rtaj Check Colds and Ilronchltls with Hals's A under Hepubllcan rule. J. T. Thomas, Honey of liorehound and Tur trees among lho trees of tho wood," and earth wero not straight but bent or world will be when this Illustrious Jfv iilaiilallau Is In n malarUI lla. tho Hopubllcan mayor, took chargo of fiko's Toothacho Drojis euro In ono minute. Irlel.nlicrK tho almond treo as flourishing; and to curved. Why, Job know that whon ages now born shall havo completed I ei.ililoy ISO IibiiiUi rrniuenllr hair myrrh and frankincense, and represent- boforo In the Illblo ho vrroteof tho light: his mission. Tbo horsos of finest limb, the ofllctt, and tho board ot aldcrmcaand I sm nearly ul" A Tooialaay of our acquaintance vrho Is or them nart-aleli- . I tho councilman wero sworn and organs her leve is for ronragesl vslicn I bsgau lho uso or ed Christ as "gono down Into Ills gar- "It is turned ns clay to tho seal." ot bit, and sublimest ized. In both thoso tho llepubllcant very fond ot a minister and gayest champ reverend ever, Illngbajulon Leader. In tho old cathedrals of England, mod arch of neck that over brought Solodens, nnd the lcds of spices to feed In tho gardens, nnd to gather lilies," and ern painters In tho repair ot windows mon down to theso adjoining gar- havo a majority. The bcstcouRti medicine Is 1'lso's Cure Tttr. Swift Iron and Stool Works (Harand to the aro trying to mako Rorrothlng as good dons, was hut a poor typo of tho to "oyos llko for CoujuiDi'Uoa. Bold cvcrvvvbcre. tSa voire of tho turtledove as heard In tho as tho window painting of tDO yoars ago, horso upon which this Conquoror, born per's mill), Nowport, has been transand always falling by tho unanimous In tho barn, shall rldo whon, accord- ferred by tho sureties of Honryfecbrivor land. THE MARKETs7 It is probable I think it was when Solomon was verdict of all who examlno or compare. ing to tho apocalyptic vision, all tbo to n Duluth syndicate. Hy mio Tliareaiilt a marsllon. ml I has showing tho Qncon of Shuba through The color of modorn painting fades In "armies of Heaven shall follow Mini on thoy will begin operations in a short Ciacinsran. Nov. 4 beraiiiaatroiia; ami hearty, iilt (i) CIM Willi Shvas years, whllo tho color ot tho old whlto horses" Tho waters that rush time. these gsrdens, Hint tho Illblo says of fifty hail uoflirtluir Iroiilil. Choice Ilulehari. 8 01 il S lil Mil John Hai.v, for many yoars ono nOOS nllla, I won til mil fear lo live lu any her: "Them remained no moro spirit In masters is as well preserved aflor .100 down theso bills Into yonder throo groat ., si Coirnioa it an a ill p." I- - 111 a'Al-- . Ilayou Maris, Lav. of the largest contractors in Central WinVVnmc nf-- Vhi?-- . nA.nR"-Wh- tn t)trsj-- s Oood pacscri I saw last w . W O 3 W J years as aftor ono year. her." Sho gavo It up. 1 r A reservoirs ot rock, and then pour In m UIV i V I lift J Kontucky, died at his homo in Frank- RIlr.F.I'-Oo- o.! Ueholea i ;s u i on tho walls ot exhumed rompoll ltut all this splendor did not mako -hhlppers aqueduct Into Jerusalem, till tho fort tbo other evening, after a taw days' I.AMll.S-do- ol i Olllcc, 44 aiurniy tiU Now York. t.orit-lam- llr ,,., fsolomou happy. Ono day, after gotting paintings with color as fresh as though brazen sea Is full, and tho baths aro u t io e 4i oo 11 (S t red at a.B aaa.a.tt hack from his morning rido and boforo roado tbo dny boforo, though thoy were full, and Slloam Is full, aro only an im- lllnuss In Into year Mr Haly had met ''Ml SJ I.SMSW '. sa. si ut m , ,t ,1 K. S with sovnro roverse, nnd, whlleator.e j TSv Corn-sa tho horses had yet boon cooled off and hurled l.NK) years ago. Tbo making ot perfect typo of tho rivers of dollght imliad 84(i M Oati-N- o, tlmo ono of tho wealthiest men In Prank-fort- , t mli4 ... , o IS ruhbod down by tho royal equerry, Sol- Tyrlan purplo is an impossibility now. which, as tho result of this great Ono's yj Hie-. . tl u : died a poor man. Ho was about HAY I'rlm t omon wrote tho mcmorablo words, fol- In our modorn pottorict wo aro trying coming, shall roll on for tho slaking of 10() UIO M sixty-il5 n j cars of ago and leaves a wlfo TOUACCO-Meill- um toenolce ..,.., tLSsmsl5a-The-v SM' ifsVi lowing my text, llko a dirgo played af- hard to mako cups and pitchers and leaf... ...into tl .S tho thirst of all nations. Tho 1'alaco of tloodl-a- f , sovoral children, most ot them ., lid" sis :& ter a grand march, "Ilohold all was van- bowls as oirulsltfl as thoso exhumed Lebanon cedar from which tho imporial and n. HMjlB rnnviriioNs-M- ei pom ..li n tin : fi ity and vocation of spirit, and thoro from Ilcrculanoum, and our artificers cavalcade passed out In tho arly morn- grow I.srt prtroe ileam .... i. w a Tiik administrator of the late Thomas IIUTTKK-Clio- tc is o H dalrr was no profit under tho sun." In other aro attempting to make jcwolry for oar ing, and to which It rotnrnod with glowS'rlm lo etiolc erarnrV"' u ts J. Megibbcn has brought suit against words "i t don't Would Hod thatwn and nock and fingcruijtial tothatbrought youp bM. ... QW cheek and Jingling harness and lath-pro- Oliver U Porln, Timothy Hayos and API'I.r.S-I'rlm- e. Dr.BuH'a Cough 8yrup will "urn Two servants in two ncighlrorinK houses dwelt, par r.hl might all learn tho lesson that this up from tho mausoleums of 1,000 years ing sides. Is feeble ot architecture ti S M Scorgn Hubbr!!, to cuiuml lho compleNEW VOKK. world can not produro happlnoss! At boforo Christ. with tho hotiso of many mansions Hut fliflcrcntly their daily labor felt; of negotiation for tho purchase by IM n I si . Marseilles there is a castellated houso Wo havo In our tlmo glass In all Into which this Ono liorn this wintor tion .... tbo defendants ot tho Megibbon distil 1 red .. Na on high ground crowned with all that khaprs and all colors, but I'llny, morn , fj 07S ... month on theso bleak heights shall con- lorlos and Mills at Lair's Station, at Jaded and weary of her life was one, Corn-mlied, mnit Ml'4 grove and garden can do, and tho wlioln than 1,MH years ago, doscrll ed a mallea4f a .. . duct us whon our sins aro all pardoned, tho agrcod valuation of $42,600. rOHIC-N- ew placu looks out upon as enchanting a ble glass, which, If thrown upon tho man . 11 31 (111 M Always at work, and yet 'twas never done. makeTGHILD our battles all fought, our tears all w opt, Jnii.v K. Ciniitciill I, of Murray, died LAlt- U- Wmi.ri -j ' landscape as the world holds, water and ground and denied, could ho pounded S our work nil done. suddenly a fow days ago. It now transC1IIOAOO. IP USES BETORECONFINIMbNT. hlllsclasplng bands In a perfect bewitch- straight again by tbo hammer or lould The other walked out nightly with her beau, pires he committed sulcldo with mor- rr.OtlIt Winter patents , . . 4 10 O IM IIook to -- lloTiiina ' Maiiid Klin. ment of scenery, but tho owner of that bo twisted around tho wrists and that No EGYPTIAN CHEMISTRY. (red . U 00'4 He was phine and was found dead. lirblXAHIKCU, ATI.A.NTA. US. But then she cleaned house with S A POLIO. No. t Chlosgoiprlng., place is totally blind, and to him all this confounds all tbo glass maniif.1t lories of . a i wt IIKAIirlLLIIBOLIl HT ALL IHU'OOIITS. Corn No. i ... years old and was an a M'i po.. tut iiollilng, illustrating tho truth, our own tlmo. I tried in Damascus Syria, How III l'iltU or Tlibi and Memphis Oati-N!..,. u is Kstiholril I'rocloos Motali. and nn old citizen of Calloway County rOUIt-M- e..o. that, w bother one bo physically or moral- to buy a Damascus blade, one of those l ,..... . Tho prlesU of Thobcs and Memphis Thcro Is no roason for this act other LAItU-Hte- sm . e 3) Oi:W ly blind, brilliancy of surroundings can swords that could bo bont double or tied In tho knowledgo 11ALTIM011K. than that ho was tired of lifo. not give satisfaction. 7i Into a knot without breaking I could mado groat advances sco Ol At Covington Prances Hughes, daugh- rixjun-rsm- iij Hut tradition says that when tho not got ono. Why? Tho nineteenth of the art ot extracting metals, of formZ a w making vessels and ter of the lato Granvlllo Hughes, died Com Mlied ,M.M "Wlso .Men of tho Kat" wero being contury ran not mako a Damascus blado. ing alloy,, arid of a m 49 41 n guided by tho star on the way to He Hi. If wn go on enlarging our citlos wo may tools out of thorn. Thoy distinguished very suddenly. Tho child had attemptra . ed crudo guld from roflnod gold, and could ed to swnllow a grain ot coffio, and POKK-M- eii (.11 M lehem. they, for a little while, lostsjgbt aftor a whllo got a city aslargnas Haby-Ioup into a variety of It lodged In her wlnd-plpand sho was rATrLB nntqasllty .. SM O 4 00 "2.. of that star, and, In despair and exhaus which was flvo times tho slzo of work that metal . , . . 6W USCs. articles Thoy fed tho hopo that thoy choked to death. The father of the HOQ3. " tion, came to a well to drink, when, London. INDIANAfOLtB. to obtain It by coloring child was killed by fulling down a flight looking down the r.cll, thoy am tb Tboso aqueducts of Solomon that I might U able n no . td.,..,. ClHM No S... aittnon, or silver, yellow. Of tho lat- of stairs n tm star reflected In the water, and Uiat visit finding them In good con:.zr. oats-- no . ; : ... U 49). ter metal thoy mado money, tho value t)iA-r- Danville, tbo safo at I'. W. Hard- At them, and thoy resumed llmlr dition three thousand jeafs aftor con I LOUIBVILI.K. 1mman's beer liottllng works was blown ml FLCltin-Fam- llT Journoy, and 1 hao the notion that, struction, mako mo think that tho world ot which was guaranteed by an . . O 4 21 ... , They extraotod gold between 8100 nnd SJOO stolen. Tho job Wl to red .... though grandeur and tiomti of surround may have . cotton mom than It now Coiii-Ml- i-d ... rom t'tctrum, a mineral con- - wasaneat one and ovldently tho work ings may not alloid peace, at tho u oil knows. lho gioat honor of ,,.. 4 n t? 4S' Oats Mlied . , ...., of God's consolation, eloso by, you may not machinery, for tho ancients bad tolnlnif botti substances, nut wnicn pre ot professionals POHK-M- on . (en w sented to their oyes the appoarance of a ...... LAltU Btsam find happiness, and tho pUlml tup somo st)los of It morn wonderful: nor llrxitv Hkam.k, a promlnont citizen at tho woll of salvation may bold tho art, for tho anrlonts had art moro ex- motal llko thorn. This was wliat led of llopklnsvlllo, died suddenly at his thorn to tho notion of transmutation. brightest star that over shono from tho quisite and durable; nor architecture, home, near Crofton, tho other ovoiung, Tho Egyptians doilgnated as cKe$bct yurs brnons. for Koman Collsoum and (Ircclan Acro- several kinds of bluo or grcon sapphires of typhoid fovor, agod thirty-fiv- e .11 Although these Solomonic gardens aro polis surpass all modern architecture; A I'oitTliiN of tho malt houso ot the colored with cobalt or copper, Thoy in ruins, thoro aro rnnv growing thoro nor cities, for some of lho ancient citlos Weldomann Hrnwlng Company, in New amulots, necklaces DRUISCS. 8PRAJNS. flow em that aro to ho found nowhere wero larger than ours In tho swoop of mado Incrustations, and various ornaments of thorn. They port, wns destroyed by flro. Loss IV),. idso in tho Holy Land. How do I nc- - jtholr pomp. 000. Ohio & Hiss Itsllwar. In compounding an artificial 7 Pclpliln Street, Lount for that? Solomon Mint cut lirsf Hut our attempts must bo In moral succeeded Offlca rruMent snd Mtusns. C. GitAN GitviiAM and II C, resembling ths) natural stono. Baltimore. MJ , Ocncml Manseer, ships nnd robbed tho gardens of the nchlntomnnt and gosp-- Tctory. Ip that chesbotworthy ot remark in tho matter is, Mjors have purchased tho stock ol tho Jsn'ylS.1800. Cincinnati, Ohio wholo earth for flowers and planted wn have alroady surpassed thorn, and in A fact ! that this was done by tho "assimilation Hotel Kunyon, at I'rankfort, and sill "Mr foot iixllcnlma those exotics hero, and tboso particular that direction let the agos pass on. Let of a colored substance, a precious stono, hcreaftor control It. bj tamcJ ami f,vo flowers aro direct descendants of tho us brag loss of worldly achievement, a verr sovtrolv a fall ami lUlT.rrdio Tin. following fourth-clas- s postnus- enamel., a vitrified color, with mot- pralniil nnklc llm vcrcly. rt. JsroUOll forolgn plants bo imported Mr. Meshu-Ham- , nnd inank Cod for moral opportunity. an suggested tho tors wore commissioned a fow days zo: anpllcMioncf H. complotsly rureil a Christian Isruelito, on tho very nore goou men anil good women is wtiat als." This assimilation tbo Imitation of America, Leo County, II. II. Whlto; Jacobs Oil nsultntat "for idea of C IliSUEN, atcllcf (rom sight of tboio royal gardens, lias in our tho world wants Toward moral olova- - new sspphlredyoing; on the coloring of a Mil, Pulaski County, N. Kandolph; An rests tho pntn " ln. cumin rrinoDT. ffiC"W McmUrof Eluto day by putting In tils own spido, tlon and spiritual attainment lot tho large mass, colorless by Itself, but con coy I'army, Gravos County, C. C, w.W. LegMsture. that lho ground Is only wait- chief struggle bo. Tho source of all that, stituting tho vltriflablo basis, which wo lctt; Hlko Point, JolforBon County, t. Trcit AOenlHin'gr, VOCEIEB CO..v!tlmor. Ul ing for the right call to yield just ns I will show jou loforo sundown of this dyo by tho aid of a small quantity ot ugusta Krugor; Skaggs, Lawrence CoATHE CHARIES n. much luxuriance nnd splendor 1,800 day, on which we have visited lho pools coloring matter. With enamels and ty, .1, W. Prlnco. This TrnUt r yoar after Christ as It yielded ol Solomon and tho gardons of tho King. colored glassos thus prepared, tho natMark Is on Tin. Cairo Short Lino, which IsbacWd 1,030 jiars before Christ, bo all We aro on this Dotmber afternoon on ural precious stones were reproduced; a powerful syndicate, bag, It Is si by Tlm Best & Is waiting to become tho richl'alostlno in sending lho way to tbo tradlo of lllm who thoy wero covered with figures, with absorbed tho Paducah, Tennessee A Aisist. These goods can be had, WITHOUT COST, by earning them est scene of horticulture, nrborlcultuio callid Illrniclf greater than Solo objects of earth or stono, and wero Waterproof hainn rnllroad, which was project.! and iigrlculture. mon. vo aro coming upon tho chief M. originally lo run from Paducah to us two or more new subscribers. with metallic objects." lir. Coat Ileeont travelern In the Holy Land cradle of all tho world. Sclonce mlngham Not llnod Louis Olivier, in Popular Contracts have been let ty BUN spenk of lho rocky and Mony sitrlaco of with satin but strown with straw, Monthly, In the world, N 2d. They can be had for part work and a small difference in cash. the new owners for the completion of J Tfi'i I'?fo?i a,A for w.,..iii nearly all 1'alestlno as an impassablo notsheltcred by a palace but covered by the road, and It Is said that work w , --S barrier to tho future cultiiatlon of tho a bam, not presided ovor by In my opinion, tho want of occupaprincess do not care to SfJKi? be pushed ahead at a rapid rate, iiv.. 3d, They can be bought for lho lowest prices possible, if you soil. Hut if thoy bad examined min- hut Covered over bv s ,,sant irlrl: yot tion is moro tho plague of society than sptctlvo of cost, Survoyors utely tho roils nnd stones c! tho Holy a cradle tbo canopy of which Is angelic of solltudo. Nothing moro apt to nar- tho field making the final nro now m earn them as Premiums. survnjs, arj Land thiv would find that they nro wings and tbo lullaby of which In tho row the mind; nothing produces more satisfactory progron is being Ayr I.1ICJ3 MA-riit- ' made i,i akulotonlrid, and irro Icing molted first Christmas carol over sung, and from trifling, silly stories, mlschlef-maklnalong tlm line. ON A WEAK STOttiaBH. Into tho soil and being for tho most part all tho the past lies, than bolng eternally shut up in n events of 51 r Tin: ICenliaky Grand Lodge of ojij r.I KTIS I'll MLilOniHtl LUhll'ANY. ,M.!l..l.lhln Dl rnilUUCII'lll"! " limestone, they nro doing for that land and ono another, icducod as ths all of tho tho room with events PoUown ctnvi tud in rniiLal session , OF ALL DRUaOIBTO, n tho American and English (armor future havo and must tako dato as being e ily alternative to bo constantly what Louisville, on tho mh, doos wlnn at a great expenio and II. C. or A Housscau. Christ ox after stoln-Norton TnlniBfo prraclinl tlio sixth sermon on Ms tour In l'alostlno Ust Sun tiny. 'I ho sermon was on tho pinion and public works uf IsraolS magnlflcnnt Klnjr, anJ tho text, KocU'slsstos IL, 4 fl: "I limtln mo crcit works, I liuildcil mo )ionc I pl.mtpil mo vlni'jnrJs, I mado mo gardens ami orchards, anil planted tree In tlirm uf all Muds of fruits; I maclo mo pools of water to ustor lliiirr-WilTJr. Jersey, and tho other nucnlflcont farm 1 vanla, andSomorsotCoontJ 'irm,"''ow li ot ptMr celebrating llsconscquoncc. said to tho tourist companies planning our Oriental Journoy: "Tut us In Hethlchem In Dccombor, tho placo and tho month of our Lord's birth," and wo had our wish. I am tho only man who has ovor nttemptod to tvll how Hothlo-helooked at tbo season Jesus was born. Tourists and writers nro thoro in l'obruary or March or April, whon tho valleys aro nit omhroldorcd shootof wild flowers and nnomones and ranunculus aro flushed as though from attempting to climb tho stoops and tho lark and bullfinch aro Howling tho air with bird orchestra. Hut I was thoio In Ducom-bor. winter month, tho barren beach between the two oceans ot rodolonco. I was told must not go thcro at that season, told so boforo I started, told so In r, 1 ukoiiom W. Cnivi, n woalthy fi, nor una prommontcltlzonot tho Schod.eh nuiKiioornoou, aooui six tnllns north east of Adalrvllle, vvns found dead doar . , t.i. ....it.... i.i.,.,. riUllleil will. l.i iinmriicv, Ills uouv lots Crlm was a very posltlvo and ae nnd had many encmlis among his neighbors. Wvt J, Simmon, iiroililontnf n,t,i, Industrial Collego for Col ored Youth, ..died near Louisville i . -- ,,i , uays ago. no was for tonuinw, dent of tho Colored Stato Unlvcrsitv at 'v',lc,'M. ( .. rtiicnrltjr of a florae. Tho surfacn roads hnvo tbo p.atont t.ablo switches They consist ot nn Iron table within and ono without tho tracks, ono balancing tho' other. As n good 'many lines uso tho tnmo track hero nnd I there, theso switches aro turned this way and that every minute, tho ,lon bo,ne lH,rforma l,Y causing ono horse to tread upon this or tho oth er table, coining down mo streot the other day on the front platform ot n sur- tieo car I noticed tho drlvor looking on lotherwsyns wo approachedonoof theso - A tVumlstfat Taper, s When a on wero rending; tho largo nf Tun Yni vn' CoMrvMoH, published Inst wick In our columns, did jou step to consider vvhntn wealth of talent wns engaged in producing this remnrknblo tm perl Its siniess Is phenomenal, und Ills read In 4.Y),WiU families becauso It Is tho lies of its kind Now Is lho llmo to send jour subscription. $l?5 sent nloncovvill securo vou tho rest nf this j ear free, Includ ing nil lho llolldny Numbers. Tub Youu's Covummon, lloston. pros-peitu- ftlllTlnM w ii nw Hli"' W. nnrmnirii, h rvrrr l"l lias Ills usnio ami prlra sIhiii lUOIl liuttuu T- lqn1' vJft ViWJrT?f Ohl ail r a W. L. DOUGLAS Dlck-erso- n $3 SHOE tmni .,.!.. lo l, 1 '!' VASKLxINR. V g I pold-dus- t, n ... '' r. !... 1 ovor-lastin- g driiltsretilig s, t., -- photo-graphi- c .., .Torn-salo- 11 EPPS'S COCOA Soil ni. ! lts "l""; MjMpia rltlll ajsv am. It aiaij I ? aawaVV n 1 o 1M9-40- owr"1,ss mtJ. dmi ?iWF 01VI5 .!..' llh-i..- . . .nl """'J' "'"Wllw '"" T VV '"' ar-la- JBk 5ill " Tr i c.. s. willllllitat" QO tat a 0m I a ft: M ACU RED II ' ," 1 $100 tl Jl. FOR SALE I it '''Vii;! aVV a - ENJOYS j Il Illllfjf iTjirt SJtTjsr. nn ' r4 - mmaaa -- ENGINES u head-ocliesnn- PAT 'l PlElMSlON " i. aM irsir!if."fiail,Kr. llll.l.nM. in" ")'' "" o o Cincinnati Business College, H4"!!,m! aaa Typcwrltlnjf, vs. foot-not- i tf ct. to. Planters Experience. lerml gnIrllol. s) 3 lalBllmsfil Tutt's Pills Sold Evorywliero. 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