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FINE JOB PRINTING a KXICOUXIED WITH NEATHESS AHD DISPATCl SALE BILLS, BILL MEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETQ J. CEORCE WARREN, Editor. WESTERN KENTUCKY. I'rlcooi' Subscription, $150 CUftllENT will KSTABMSIIKI) TIUtKR JIKPOJi'lIiliS, 1859. EPlUlMIO OP 4 niCKMAN, FULTON COUNTY WHEOICB. Y., KM DAY. OCTOBER 23, 18l. VMI.X" T1T1 ' VS JLJI9 iaVaTaV 1 t,T mt I, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ' - NO. CAUL AND SEE US. , LVa &i ROBBERS' ROOST. Mary. Tjfttsbwms of forty centuries layer for n pyram il All tho Wind TIIE I'VJtAMIDS. have UretMJtei' It, bombarded It, shad- deeds or malevolent dreds wo do are Uxov.ry hi IihIIhiik f Serret tsve cnlilo cars. Of Chlenuo, Scooped Dy tho Aueol Willi nn I ml. rgroiirnl owed It, Md upon It, but thcro It spread out Into nnothcr layer. All the Kr. Tho Annoxatlon Movcmont In ami I lie Injiirnl. Nr.w Yoiik City has 3S,tl0 chllilrcu ...... . .w,.,., tuumj, 111. I., Tha Gospol of the Colossal Struc stands reiw" tf,tnkc nnothcr fortv of Donth. Christian ot tin eh Mingo .1 unction, O., that we spot Cnnada, without school room. of.aitnitWphtrle attack If tho set Is spread out in istlnn example All tures unlnhabltablc.nvcrltnblo waste nnothcr layor. for dlsustrous railroad catastrophes, Tub prophets dcclnru thnt tlin coin' A JIIiIiiIrIiI IIIiIk on world Bbonldcontlnuo to exist Tho tho Indirect Influences of our lives nre land, borders the shores of 'nnd ), f mo camo ngnln to the front Priday mornthe Ing wlutdfcwlll ,o long nnd cold. Anil It Inirtlctliie the l)ffrnfi nf th e Michigan. Por several years this As l'leml llr llr. 1iilmnR In y.gypt The oldest btllkilni of the earth arc jt nlors spread out In another layer. Then the Kliir l lirlr Aiiilillluii Irmliril llr ing ntO o'clock with another accident Dnmllllnli, With View In Ilrfrllit. Russia hn flunlly concluded not to to this greajjrrtnior of tho centu Ic. tlmo soon comes when wo put down Ilin tho country has ben Invested Hrrlr.iur.. of r Klnrst .Sloiiiiniriit In which two men were literally roasted I hi. I'nlnt or the Hur0rr I'roplo Inr It nt go In for International copyright ( iimtuilur. n gang of Who Amount tn Nothing. HerodottM'sfli that for ten years tho Implement of toll and pass nway, on. t ami the Muzilc of nllve, five more injured, nnd S'J5,00fl Mn. Ci.mm.sxd'h revised operations havo extended to for the uulld-Inedition: I lid iun. but tho pyramid stands. twenof railroad property destroyed. A horrible acchlcnl n suiting In tho worth of thlramld. It has 82,111,000 tieth century will not rockIhe down, 'Mlerly, i:jtiullljr niul Pnterntty." adjoining Tliesubjcctof Dr.Tnlmngo'adlseourso country, whero it death of threo iiicu.bers t.f the inter Tho dead men nro Joseph Vlslncr, s havo NquASHH weighing R0 to 300 pounds One hundred nor tho thirtieth century nor tho ono Following closo upon tho announcebeen stolen In tha Sunday wos titled: "Prom tho Pyra- cubic fcctjof.innsonry. Oceun ktair and the serious Injury of on express messenger, and William ment that tho United States governnro common In Southern California. and hurrlsd to theso hill, whero mids to tho Acropolis, or whnt I saw in thousand vljknien at one time tolled hundredth century. The earthquake several other pa&aenr.rs, occurred on Marshal), 'Ja brakemaii, both of altncnt was easy nnd Egypt and Grocco Confirmatory of tho In Ha ereftjfn. To bring the i.toncs that rocks this world to pieces will not Miiiik cigarettes nro sold In Texns he Injured arc A. II. Keys, ment intend to nbrogato tho iiffrcemo.it the Chlcugo and Pastern Illinois roll-roentered Into with Great llrltain In IM7 thnn In nny other Mute of tho union. Hercinun nnd Scriptures." His text was Isaiah xlx: from tho aHjrlM a causeway sixty feet stop ourinfluence for good orevil. You morality about U o'clock postal clerk, of White Cottage, O., nnd plnco n fleet of Thursday s would remain In seclusion until 10, 20: "In that day shall there be an wide was butlU Tho top stones were modcRtly say "That Is true in regard to A CRVI.H.V teu planter In In Cnllfornla upon tho nt Crete, III. Tho deal are- Leonard scalp wound: 1J. S. Davlv postal clerk, grcnt lakes, comes tho report fiunday authorities relaxed their effort. altar to tho Lord In tho midst of tho lifted by "rfa'ofcery such as the world tho greut workers for good or evil, and with a plnn to rnlo Ceylon ten there. London, O., contusion: A. S. Staulev. Wnshburr.e, sporting reporter for tho n tho stolen nronertr would land of Egypt nnd n plllnr at tho border knows BOtWIalfof It is 74fl feet a gigantic geniuses, MUtonlan or Tab. Vile Now York Miprcma court postnl clerk, Cincinnati, right leg cuts that at the rcquost of tho llrltlsh govM. Henry, n re- Itobcrt Mel'herson, taken to Chlcniro nnd sold. thereof to tliu Lord. And It shall bo each iSde OHno snuaro base. Tho lcyrnndlnn, but not of me, for Illv. ind ernment Lord Stanley had demanded tho luw against thi dangerous Inter Ocenn: Pred iMggngc-inasteporter, recently fit in T.onlsrlllei J, A. high, higher than work on a small scale." structure nn Immediate report upon tho dofenso stolen In tho cities havo for a sign nnd for a witness." car alovr. I). II. Illnlr, flrematu McAfTorty, nn artist, ncently from St ColumbuN, O.; Isalnli no doubt refers to tho great tho CatfcjgMK'of Cologne, Strasburg, driven to this rendezvous, My hearers, remember that tnoso Mtl.nouiiXR wants to sell lil rnln. I.ouls; llurgottstnwn, Pa., right leg cut of tho Dominion. Tho mllltnry author.lnmcs Clark, engineer. Tho though tho hills havo been pyramid nt Glzab, tho chief pyramid of Houon, maHBer and St. Paul. No who built tho pyramids wcro common producing secret to tho government 'or lloth engineers jumped, cscanlntr In ities nt Ottawa naturally attached some train left MansvlIIo rnrly Thurv bed time nnd tlmo again, tho Tho text speaks of a plllnr In surprise e.MMbt it was put at tho workmen. Interest ns to what tho urgency could Not ono of them could lift Jl.OOO.Ouo. nlso day morning nnd iSxrcdfd safo-l- y jury, and tho pn'sengcrs tnes of the thieves always nro- - Egypt, and this la the greatest pillar head of4tXaHecri Wonders of tho those great stones. It took n dozen of unhurt. The collision occur- lie that hurriedly called for this Infor- -' Cni.oiunoAxs lellere thnt that state to trcte, where ' It ran Into illation, capture, Monday n secret cave, ever lifted; and tho text says it I' to be world. NKaubteYraneous room of them to lift one stone, and others just fepcaking on tho question of will before, long rival California crrn In tallroad, three defense fiunday nopen switch. Tho three men who red on tho tho "King's cham-ber."- 4 w'lelded a trowel, clicking It on tho hard passage, was at the border of the land, and this pyr- - red Knn underground n prominent ofllclal of Its cuurtcra of a mlln west of Mingo resources. I K era killed were on tho engine. naaaaaaaaaaWr room-- , called tho Hen- tho this group of hills, nnd after nmm is nv tlio loriler of tho landt'Bnd tr smoothing the mortar between that the moment Conm:cticut last year tool out ........ , rT .m, AicAnrrtr ii aylng pononHor Junction Station, between tho first am- the government saidgovernment L of rlgllant search tho rendea- - tbo text soys it hlmlU W.,fo.. United States abi Ono hundred thousand men otion of the Cincinnati null, ronatstlnn KS&! 'quectfaHr,? AK1W TVV'XS?iiMfeliii'eW'aiU.Mamda be thieves WCfMNC. fTjltrtPlfcoTVfpYeisi WW Two'paaiieiiger gated the agreement r', l : . .... .' UTMunoxpIored."jT irarnrni nd OiCldentdesIimof til horsea havo been stolen wnai mis pyramid witnesses. o grnnlto blocks (not' I just atrlcted alio naval forces of both Cnna-- i ana two TuIInian sleepers, illRS'lMinon ruin nia nanr rifrtrie rvBKV urnr, whowaa rvturninr to Chi Wo had on a morning of December, architect was to maU these rooms as 1 Ii my feet on this December tito theso hills during tho past da and tho United Mates on the earn wo enn bM trolley-lto cago frcm an Indiana trip, baring Join- lenrlng Columbus for Pittsburgh at great lakea to IIKCtllS. I860, landed in Africa. Amid tho howl- inaccessible ns possible. After nil the morning In 1889, as tho two Arabs pull four vessels each, no resmidnight, nnd n d wio iicaiuy system now In rogue. freight ect to ed his friends on the engine. 'I he acing boatmen nt Alexandria wo had work of exploration andlltho dlircincr mo nnd tho two other Arabs push me, exceed 100 tons burden, nrmod train that left Lot'M Komutii, tho Hungarian t, FRBE MAIL DELIVERY cident cuine without warning, nnd as tn. Tho heavy Stcubcnrllle at 4:30 a. with ono eighteen-pouncome ashore and taken tho rail train and blasting, if you wou enter theso could apeak out and tell Its history it gun, and foe that orerhunir the ha just entered lit ninetieth year. the locomotlro plunged frcm ll e track Inteil llr I'arinrra Thruuclinnt tho for tSiro, I'gj pt, along tho banks of subterraneous rooms youmust co would say: "The place of my nativity He I In fnlr health In hU ltollan home. the four men were cnught and com- Ohio river lottom mado It Impossible Increased tho strength of tho licet uutr Congrriisuien Heine I'etltlonrit tho most thoroughly harnessed river of through a passago onlr vhrco feet was down in tho great stone quarry of for the signals to bo scon nt that early on these waters. Great llrltain would For It. Amatkvii hunteni aro having no trou- pletely buried lenrnththo wrcik. Ihe hour, all tho world the river He. W o had, eleven inches high and less fhan low Mokattam or Assawan. Then they beto kocp and this, aa much as anything run up a fleet of her An ble finding deer In tho Adirondack tlilt engine and baggago car w ere completely entered tho city of Cairo, feet wide. A sarcophagus of red gTan-it- c gan to bore at my sides, nnd them company. It has been suggested nmony organized effort is under way nt even-tidelse, caused the accident season. Tho animal aro unusually ucstroyra 'J o passenger coaches ami farmers of stands down underbills mountain of then to drive down great iron that England has bocomo alarmed at euro from congressNew York state to so- - tho city whero Christ dwelt while stay- free mail delivery In ing in L'gypt during tho Horodic per.se masonry. The sarcophagus could not wedges, crushing ngainst mo till the tame. tne sleeper wcro more or less damaged. the strong annexation tnovoment which TUB CHICAGO lOWEH. Tiik food allowed to sailor In tho Tho roundhouse nt tho switch was deappears to havo seized her subjects In country towns. inc farmers- Alliance, cutlon. It was ourlirst night In Pgypt. havo been carried in nfurthe pyramids whole quarry quawed and thundered, Patrons of Husbandry and other orders No destroying nngcl sweeping through wcro built It must bare been put then I was pried out with crow-bar- s American nary U letter thnn that stroyed, and fell upon the wrecked en- Mitel to He Clut-- l inrl.rt In a Mrurturt Canada and is going to take precautionWlilehUlll furnUhed In any other nary in the gine. i:rrrtr.l at tlin World1. ary tnensurcs, if necessary nt the point aro canvassing the mutter. Letters as once, but all the stars were out and thcro lefore tho structure was reared. and levers, scores of men putting their Fireman I.affrrty jumped from are being written to congressmen tho skies wero filled svlth angels of Probably in that snrcopbagus once lay rir. tho engine, and is sttghtly Injured world. The stars and strijws It was decided of tho bayonet, to prevent its furthor In favor of the project, nnd petitions to beauty and angels of light, nnd the air a wooden coflin containing adcad king, weight on the leverngj. I Then chnins LeonMr.xico hit h rock Hint serves n a about the breast nnd stomach. were put around mo and wa hoisted development Friday, congress for free delivery nro being was balmy as an American June. Tho but tlmo has destroyed jhe coflin and with wheels that groaned under th weather prophot by changing color ard Ynhburno was the sporting editor ground aro to wure 1,120 feet above the higher than ever flag has circulated in many parts of tho coun- next morning wo were early awake anil destroyed the last vestige of human weight and many workmen had theli WORK-HOUSE with erery approaching change In tho of the Inter Ocean. Ho was especially SOENR try. It In to be dono during Partners assert that a dally mail at tho window, looking upon palm trees remains. Por threo thousand years this well known In baseball circles. He wnved before. weather on tho the World's fnlr, from an American Twenty rite Female I'rl.oner EORRgnlnA delivery nt their door will ndd percept- In full glory of leafage and upon gar- sepulchral room was unopened nnd hands muscles cranks and turned until NrniKfAnv Poti:ii' portrait hn Just traveled with tho Chicago club In their tower their on their arms stood out STti. Until Two letter Stmlti the ibly to tho money vnlue of their farms, dens of fruits nnd flowers at tho very would have been until that will Purls. Over probably in ridges and the sweat rolled from Wen painted for tho treasury depart- journey, and hi articles attracted w Wnll.siKl i:.eape. iwcnty-fivand will bo worth still more becnuso it season when our homes far awny are unopened, had not a superstitious im- their dusky foreheads. thousand people will bo attention. James McAfferty ment by Mis Illanoha P. King, a young Then I was It has just leaked out that a ll in the tower at one time, . canto to Chicago al out two weeks ngo Washington artist, fight occurred among tho female will keep thcra in touch with maikcts canopied by bleak skies and tho last pression got abroad that the heart of drawn by long teams of yoke afnnd two of tho many elevators aro to nnd the outside world and rob farm llfo leaf of tho forest has gone down In the the pyramid was filled with! silver und ter yoke, oko after yoke. Then I was from St I.ouls, where he had lieen emOtiKitN hough of tho eucalyptus tree work-housprisoners at tho Claremont j gold and diamonds, and unaer Al Tho equinoctials. for u num- slnrt from tho ground and run more Pittsburgh, Pa., Saturday night Two of its iboiation and monotony. put on an Inclined piano and hauled aro to bo among the best disin- ployed on the than ono thousand feet up without women In an excavating party went to upward, and how many iron tools nnd But how can I dcscrlbo tho thrill of fectant known for a room where ber of years. Previous to going to st change or stop, tho knitting department had farmers ore writing to the agricultural directly to tho lookout a quarrel, which resulted In nn Incip- press thnt the coincidence would ena- expectation, for wo nre to seo work and having bored and blasted how many beasts of burden wero emioiiia no wnructi on me rnuaiiripiua lauding The carlet fever exists, ble them qulto genornlly to tako a what all the world has seen or wants through a hundred feet of rock they ployed to get mo to width of tho tower at the ient riot, Press. Pml Henry was 87 years old, A l'i:iirciE lamp, which burn coplace no one foundation level ia 440 feet In each di- fering andfriends of both women Inter- dallr paper as well as to subscribe for to see tho Pyramids. Wo are mounted found no opening ahead, nnd wero can tell. Then I had this measured, logne ami sprcud to bo taking opposite bide. Pur the local papers moro liberally. a pleasant scrnt and had been employed on the Inter rection. After negotia about half an hour tho twenty-fh- u s ride. We pass about to giro up tho nttempt when tho and squared nnd compassed, nnd fitted for an hour nnd a half nlxiut tho r(xun. U among tho lato Ocean for about two week. Tho bodies tions, tho Koystouc Iirldgo Co., of Pitta-burgon amid bazars stuffed with rugs and workmen heard a stono roll down Into In beforo I was left here to do my siwere taken to Chicago, Mr. Wnshburiiu An Exp:nilve Error. household non-lUcs-. one of Andrew Carnegie's con- Infuriated prisoners fought ench other Through an error of ono of tho polit- carpets, and curious fabrics of nil sorts a seemingly hollow place, and encour- lent work of thousands of years. Ood The proposed bridge was to have )een Wst man Thursday cerns, has mado offers In writing that flercejy, scratching ono another's eyes iipnston tearing ench other's clothe nearly off, ical committee on printing, 1,000,000 from Smyrna, from Algiers, from Per- aged by that they resumed their work only knows how many hands wero across tho HudMin at Now York city night at tho wedding of one of his asso- are satisfactory to tho promoters. It Is and pounding an adversary wherever an ballots will have to bo destroy- sia, from Turkey, and through streets and camo Into tho underground rooms. busied in getting me from my geologiwill be nearly n inllo and a half long ciates, Mr. lhos. lb Weddell, assistant estimated that tho earning capacity opening occurred. Tho threo matrons ed In New York city. Tho where wc meet people of nil colors nnd The disappointment of tbo workmen cal cradle in the quarry to this en city editor of the lulcr Ocean. Tho ouUlde tho approaches. will bo nearlr four time that of ncwa of his tragic informed person had told nil garbs, carts loaded with garden pro- in finding tho sarcophagus mpty of nil thronement of Innumerable ages." My Cut. IL J. Cnowtt r.u. hn leen or- Mr. Weddell and hisend was kept fp'tn P.lffcl tower. Tho actual cost will tho in charge could do nothing with the tho but badly to add Iks bride, nnd the hapwomen, who acted printer words: "To fill ductions, priests in gowns, women in silver and gold and precious stones was hearers, that is tho autoblograpy of dered to tho command of tho Norfolk aliout Jl,.'0,0oo The cost of the Klffcl Half a dozen male liko wild animals. the vacancy caused the the resignation black veils. Bedouins In long nnd seem- so great that they would hsve assassinof tho pyramid. Cheops didn't by olllcers of tho prison nary yard. Mng drtnchnl from tho py ceremony look place shortly after tower was a little less than J 1,705,000. poor Wnshburnc's body reached the Over a million ingly superfluous npparel. Janissaries ated Al Mamoun, who employed them, build tho pyramid. Somo boss mason were finally summoned by a matron, of David McAdams." l.enguo Island nary ynnl. who succeeded In escaping from the ballots had been printed when the dis- in jacket of embroidered gold out nnd had he not hid In nnother part of the in tho world s twilight didn't build tho Ud7 Dalecatea Polioned. I'miiiIDA. which was not represented city. Nearly one hundred delegates to the room, and the belligerents wero placed covery wos made that Judgo McAdam s on toward the great pyramid; for pyramid as much silver and gold as pyramid. Ono hundred thousand met at the centennial at Philadelphia in TIIE TEMPE8T pyramids would pay them for their work at ordia-ur- y built It and perhaps from first to last Women's Chrlstlnn Temperance Union In dungeons. During the night two of term actually expires on December 31, though thero nro sixty-nin- e P'Tt). will raise JI00.1W0 for It display of mil Its i;r. In ftrrat Itrllaln With fU- - State convention were noUonod at tho worst prisoners, Maude Hutchinson 1491, nnd the cnndldnte elected will still standing, tho pyramid of Gizah is thereratedig wages, and Induced them two hundred thousand men. So with at the Chicago exhibition. to till they, to thqlr surprise, tho pyramids now rising, pyramids of trou. KITwl. Kradford, Pa, Priday afternoon by and Mamlo White, escaped from their have h full and not a partial term to tho monnrch of pyramids. Wo meet O.m: trouble with tho arlitUinl rain- evil or pjTamldsof good Tho pyramid something they ato or drank nt a dlu-ne- r cells, their doors being carelessly loft serve. Consequently the ballots will camels grunting under their load, and came upon adequate compensation. Tho terrible tempest has not yet inukrrit lit that when they get rendy to I wonder not thnt tliIsinountaln of of drunkenness rising ever since tho have to be destroyed, nnd tho city will see buffaloes on either side, browsing In In Armory hall, tendered tho deleunlocked, 'itiey scaled a twenty-foo- t and rejiorts of casualties and liegln operuUon a natural rain come pasture fields. The road wo travel limestone nnd red granite.has been tho tlmo when NoWh got drunk on wine, , wall to liberty, and hnvo not yet been iooi ins mil. t rwitln opie In from ail gates by the McKean county organiza along and wets their outfit. is for part of the way under clumps of fascination of scholars, ofscientists, of although thcro was at his time such a part of the United Kingdom. Prom tion. Shortly after the afternoon ss-slo- n apprehended. A Murderous Mother. Tiik longrkt horse, tar line In the was called to order a largo number Hollywood comes a telegram saying Pnglnet r Carr, in charge of tho south-boun- d acacia, and by long rows of sycamore intelligent Christians in ail ages. Sir supcrabuudanc" of water. All the world l that connecting tho Uty of Disclosures. of the ngos adding their layers of delegates fell violently HI, and In trn.n on the Ohio River railroad, and tamarisk, but after awliilo It is n Jolui Ilerschcl, the nstrcAonier, said ho Mexico with Ualapa--T-- J lllllc The that the lxdy of n steamship fireman Tho Chlcngo Times has special dW of alo casks and wine pitchers nnd rum has been washed ushorn at that place, half an hour at least serenty-flvas he upprachcd Proctor, W, Vn., was path of rock nnd sand, and we find wc thought it had astronomical signifiwero patch from Washington, a which ttlp I mude In eight hour. havo reached the margin of the desert. cance. The wise men who accompanied jugs until tho pyramid overshadows tha s.iys and It Is Ixdicved Mio drowned lying limp In their seats or on tho floor, disclosures are promised horrified to seo n woman dqllberately Ix the A,OW,000 letter tint reached man that llonged to a stcaine. which lis all vomiting nnd extremely sick. Medi- that startling the smuggling of opium place a little child on the track just tho great Sahara desert, and we cry out Napoleon s army Into Egypt went Into great Sahara desert of desolated homes, in regHrd to tho dead letter ofllce lat yrnr thcro foundered In the gale. A In and broken hearts, and destroyed eternahead of the tra n. 'Ihe woman then to tho dragoman as wc see n huge pile profound study of tbo pyramid Cardiff oa.. cal aid was summoned, and every phyw money amounting to JtSrtlS and laden into this tho llrltlsh strnmrr sank Wednesday near sician in the city has a dozen or more possessions. country from that uftcr six jnmr--il into the bushc. Tho engineer of rock looming in sight: "Drngoman, l&ttt Prof. SuwtJfand hisbywife lived In ities. Anl as the pyramid still checkk and note of the ynluo of 81,471,-67It declares wnnt is tnnt7" ills nnswer is "J ho tho cm ply "rati bs near the nrrnmid rises, layers ot human skulls piled Hollywood, and the entire crew per- patients on his hands. AH aro now out tho trnln few months' investigation ofllcer of tho so stoppedand, picking n up, feet from tho pyramid," nnd then it seemed ns if wo inni tney mijnt tic ns continuously as on top of human skulls and ished. Many tessol child gave it to tho wcro living It have lieen seen of danger. cr t service have made a ponderous re mot) er who Mr IIa.aii I! Kamiaiu n llhodo driven past Dungeness Idgit flying disn century exvry minute. possible close to tho pyramid which other mountains of human bones declnrcd that sho did not Af alnit Canadian Cattle. port to the treasury dcrnrtment, showOur thoughts and emotions wero too tlicy were investigating. Tho pyram'd, lland noman of CK), linn jutt made a tress signals. Tho II to whltn tin peaks reaching into were unPersistent complaint I again lelng ing tho existence of an opium smug- wan it. and had placed It on tho track rapid and intense for utterance, and wo built moro than 4,000 years ngo, being tho heavens, hundreds of thousands journey acro the continent to .'"an able to be of assistance to them, owing to p t rid of it Tho woman was armado in London that American cattlo gling ring which includes many promiPraneltcn. It km her fetenlh excur- - to tho tremendous rolling of tho sea. ride on iu silence until wc como to the n complete geometrical figure, wiso men of people nre building thnt pyramid. aro often In distressing condition when nent men nnd United States govern- rested Klnn of the kiml foot of the pyramid spoken of in tho have concluded It. must havo been di- So with the pyramid of righteousness. During Thursday mortiiiif an immruss landed from tho Engine's Boiler Explodes. cattlo ment ofllcinls, nnd thnt in extent it text, the oldest structure in nil tho vinely constructed. Men came through Multitudes'of hands aro tolling on tho Hon. AMii.lt wan once under contract scaffolding, erected aWut n building evening n terriblo accident earth, 4.000 years old at least. Monday with an American manager to tnke n near Hyde Park, collapsed under tho steamers. Hut It is noticeable, that has not been eqnnled since the famous Here it thousands of years to fine architecture, steps hands Infantile, hands octoge, a is. Wo stand under the shadow- - of a to music, to painting; but this narian, masculine hands, female hands, lrrtuni tonr of tho Pulled State, but hurricane's pressure, burying in Its these complaints are made ngainst the whisky ring of 1S7H. At least two occurred at Tucker's Watch-Iloxlearners which sail from Montreal, United States senators nnd five con- shcrt distance below St. Clair, Pa., structure that shuts out nil tho earth was perfect at the world's start and strong hands, weak hands. Somo clangwas dUmnJed fro-- the purjon by the ruins a nuiuter of pirsons who had Halifax, and other Canadian ports. In which three men wero killed and nnd all the sky, nnd wo look up nnd ttod must have directed gressmen nre implicated. DuchcM d'Pren. All astrono- ing n trowel, somo pulling a rope, somo sought shelter beneath It. One ierson acting ehlcf of tho bureau of animalTlin one fatilly injured. Mountain Englno strnln our vision to apprecinto tho dis mers and geometricians it innnd scientists measuring tho sides. Layers of psalm-book- s Tnr. fUhlng Industry In Knglnnw bay was fatally Injured, and many ladles' DOS on the Philadelphia and Reading dustry of the agricultural department, Want Niebe Released. tant top, nnd nro overwhelmed while say that it was scientifically and matheon top of layers of sermons baa born nlino.l extltiguUhed owing to received serious Injuries. Another and very determined effort rood, was drawing n truin of empties we cry '"The pyramid! The pyramid!" matically constructed beforo scieuce Layers of prayers on top of layers of hits there has not Ixen a alnirlc com the lefiiM! matter from ww milla and plaint against shipment from United Is to be made for tho release of Oscar up the grade when tho boiler exploded, I had started that morning with tho nnd mathematics were born. Prom tho holy sacrifice. And hundreds of thouChsnrt la ths rreibrtrrlsn ralla. alt block, which kill tho young on At n special meeting of the Mi wnn-ke- o States jKirts since tho agricultural de- Nrcbe, who was convicted with the conpletely demolishing tho engine, determination of nsccndlng tho pyra- inscriptions on the pyramid, from its sands coming down to sleep their last the (panning ground. partment began to Inspect cattlo anarchists and sent to Jollct for fifteen tearing up the tracks nnu doing great mid. One of my chief objects in going proportions, from the points of the sleep, but other hundreds of thousands' Presbytery, held nt Itaelne, Wis., Tiik lnrgett Mieet or pane of gin In years, and at the meeting of the Trades damage to telegraph lines and sur- to Kgypt was not only to seo tho base compass recognized in Its structure, golnp up to tako their places, and tho the wort-l- , I et In the front of it build- Uie cominltteo on tho revision of tho steamers. nnd Lalior Assembly of Chlcngo, Sunday, roundings. of that gruiintic wonder, but to stand from tho directions in which its tunnels pyramids will coutimio to ri o until ing on Vine ktrect, Cincinnati. O It creed reported change going coudor-nbl- y Tares Babies Cremated. on the top of it Yet tho nearer I came run, from the relative position of the tho millennial morning gilds tho comWant a Colored Governor. further In tho dioctlon of Three children wero burned to death a committee, wa appointed to was made In Mnritcjllcs, Prance, and with otlicrorgnnired labor bodies to A report from Langston City, O. T., to this eternity iu stone, the more my blocks that compose it scientists. Chrispleted works, nnd tho tollers on theso on tho Crew's plantation ncross tho strict Calvanlsm thnn the mraurvs 1KUI01 Inclie.x circulate jictitions and ngltate for tho the location of tho Oklahoma Negro determination was shaken. Its of the genernl assembly's commit tians and Infidels have demonstrated heights shall tuko off their aprons and river from Helena, Ark., iu Mississippi. Tiir.v are planning In Knglnnd to release of the imprisoned man, and to colouy. says that a meeting of tho citito mo wns simply appalling. A that tho being who planned this pyra throw down their trowels, crying, "It an ngrlcultuinl school for wom- tee. Especially does their report favor Tho parents of the children loft them present the petition to the governor. zens of that plnco was held Monday, great height has always been to mo a mid must h.ive known the world's is finished " en. In which rspcolnl nttentlon will le the omission of nil reference to the Iu the house while they went out in tho Purtlicr, carrying out the Idea of my nt which 1 MM Negroes wero present most disagreeable, sensation. As wo sphericity, nnd that its motion was ropaid to teaching dairy work and tho election of lnfnnU, and makes mora Held to work. Tho children wen orDeath of Mrs. Thurman. A resolution was passed indorsing iZ. dismounted nt the baso of the pyramid tary, nnd how many miles It was in di text, the pyramid is a sign und a witemphatic tho nbnndonmcnt of the doc- dered to bar tho door to keep tho housn mMng and taking enre of poultry Mrs. Mary Dun Thurmnn, tho wife of P. Met are. colored, ns tho successor of I said: "Others may go up it, but not I. ameter trine of pretcrltlon. warm. Plumes wcro noticed coming nnd circumference, and how ness that big tombstones aro not tho Pitor. II. V. S. Ct..vi.nM, if Judgo 0. Thurmnn, died Satur- Gov. Steele, w ho recently resigned. I will satisfy myself with a view from many tons tho world weighs, and know best way of kecpingone'sself affectionfrom tho house soon after, but no one day ut 4Allen Her condition has an uutogrnph letter of ILVrLiDead p. in. changed 0n. W. tho base, Tho ascent of It would bo to at what point in tho heavens certain ately remembered. This pyramid nnd llcujamln Pranklln Informing tho Runts, Oen. W. II. P. I.eo, second son of wb8 able to break open the doors. The for tho worse Priday night During Entlind and China tho slxty-ninIn lloiton that lie should not exon authority me a foolhardy undertaking." llutnfter stars would appear at certain periods of standing wero other pyramids still Don. lb K. Lee, died nt his homo in hfiit fell iu and tho three ch'ldrcn most of tho past week sho had been in stated It I had given up nil idea of irscending. 1 time. lullt for ccpulchcrs, nil empt governor from paying postage, Ilnveniwood, nn unconscious stute, rallying occasion- that important negotiations nro in found my daughter was determined to go Palrfnx county, Vn., were cremated. Not in the 4,000 years since the put- this great pile of grnulto and limestone Lnglnnd nnd China nnd I 1 ft ally. Por some time past thcro has progress between On tho reJoskI'H Tapkii. a Negn', gnre n pecu- Thursdny evening, nge Now. to could not let her go with strnngers ting up of that pyramid lias a single by which wc stand to cover tho liar reason for trying to hang hlmelf ceipt of tho Intelligence of his death all Tho government ralufull expedition been but little hope entertained of her relative to Russian nggresslon in Central nnd I changed my mind nnd we started fact It was the ill nstronomy or mathematics Icen memory of n dead king. III Pittsburgh tho other day. He is tho India In Alexandria were tolled. Ho nt Knn Diego, Ton , has been prevented recovery. Tho funeral will tuko plnco Asia, nnd that an understanding is in with guides. It can not bo done with- found to contradict the wisdom of that great Wosminslcr Abbey of tho an. now 107 year old, nnd ho had given up had faithfully represented that district from continuing with the experiments from tho family residence, Columbus, course of discussion which will plcdgo out theso helpers. Two or threo times structure Some say that Cheops was tho Yet they bad not nt tho ngo dents. Kuglund uud China to mutual assistthe hopo of ever dying In tho natural for two terms In congress and was n by tho unfavorable weather during tho 0., Tuesday nftcrnoon. foolhardy men havo attempted it nlono, when tho pyramid was started nu as- king who built this pyramid, but It Is member-elec- t ance against Russia. of tho next house. Tho Inst fow weeks. Tho party arrived In ay. but their bodies came tumbling down tronomer or an arch tect or a mathe- uncertain Who was Cheops, anyhow? Officially Appointed, c series of Tub jiowerfnl battery cause- of his death was heart troublo the midst of unrecognizable and lifeless. ICach person matician worth mention ng. Who, All that tho world knows about him The Wheeling Boycott. It was olllclnlly .tnnounccd Sunday and waited for fair weather lwforo Is now Hied In miners lamp In Prance. and dropsy. could lie told lu a few sentences. d ' Who suTho Iho boycott against tbo wholesale in our party had two or threo guides or then, planned operating, but thu rains have been fol- that Right Hon. Arthur J. llalfour, firms of Wheeling, W. Va., declared by helpers. Ono of them unrolled his turban perintended itsthe vr.im' Who, from only thing certain Is that ho was bad Tho lamp and battery weigh iilnml tho erection Mrs. Parnell Hot Recovered. lowed by ncold norther, which has pre- member of parliament for I'ust ManKimo nstho old oil lamp. Tho light Is Mrs Pnrnell has In no way recov- vented further progress with tho exper- chester nnd nt present tho chief secre- the Warehousemen's union and in- - nnd tied It nronnd my waist and ho held Its first foundation stoue to its cap- and that he shut np the temples of much stronger nnd thn cost I very nuxb ered from Ohio the other end of the turban as a matter stone, erected every th ng' It must worship r.nd that he vvits hated so thnt tho terrible shock sho experi- iments. tary for Ireland, bus been appointed doieu by the Into Valley Trades' crate. went effect Monday. It of safety. M nny of tho blocks of stone have been Ood. Halnh was right when tho Pgyptinns were gl.ul when ho was enced upon tho death of her husband. first lord of the treasury. It is reportTiik threo tallest tree In the world Sho Is in an extremely weak condition, will be very sweeping in Its effect, nnd nro four or flvo feet high nnd beyond he said In my text, "A pdlar shall be dead. This pyramid of rock seven hunWhite Man KUU a Black One. ed that Mr. llalfour will retain ro beliurrd to W n sequoia near Stock-IoAt Knoxvlllo, Ten a, Joo .Sutterfleld, tion ns the chief secretary for his posi- wlh lie prosecuted by every class of or nny ordinary human strido unless as- at tho border of the land of Kgypt and dred ami forty feet each sido of tho nnd in still confined to bed. Kho can Irelaud. (ranitcd labor. Oil., which In :i!5 feet high, and scarcely speak, even in a whisper. sisted. But, two Arabs to pull nnd It shall bo for n s gn und n witness." square baso nnd four hundred und fifty-fewhite, shot lleorgo (illmore, colored, two eucalypti In Victoria, Australia, high wins for him no respect If a two Arabs to push, I found myself rap- Tho pyramid is Cods first Bible. Hunthrough tho right lung Priday night Mrs, ParneU's Condition Serious. American Fork to Italy. Fir Ilundrtd Studsnts Arretted. rstlmntcd to bo 1S5 and iW, resjve-tivelIt Is thought tho wound will prove fars. Pnrnell, widow of Charles Stew- - idly ascending from height to height dreds, If not thousands, of years beforo bono of his nrm or foot had been found President Louis Contensln, of tho Tho Husstan (loverniuent has closed tal. Tho row grow out of n dlfllculty 'uruell, continues in a very weak diul on to nliitudcs terrific, and, tho first lino of the Book of Genesis iu the sarcophagus beneath tho pyramid Italian chamber of commerce, received At.Tllotinil It Is now nearly idxty tho University of Kleff and ha placed liotweeu the sons of tho two men. Sunday a cablegram from tho Italian j s3i precarious condition. Shu is un- - at last on tho tip top, wo found was written, tho lesson of tho pyramid it would havo excited no moro veneraenrs slnco Charles I.amb died, the too of tho student under nrreit- - This tion than tho skeleton of n camel ourselves on n level spaco about wns written. ) sleep without tho aid of drugs cabinet ministry at Rome statluir that Earthquake at Nashville, Tean flttlo cottage. In which ho nnd hi notion has been taken on account of Well, of what is this eyclopcan ma- bleaching on tho Libyan desert; yea. n not partuuo of any solid food. thirty feet squnrc. Through clearest It had unanimously decided to abolish rr te A slight shock of earthquake wns felt tho recent revolutionary behavior of slsler resided at Kdmonston shows Among Ices veneration, for when I saw tho caryrslclnn and Mrs. Pnrnell's eldest atmosphere wo looked off upon tbo des- sonry a sign and in tho eastern part of NaMivillc, Tenn., the decree against American pork. A but tllght evidence of any external the students. filter aro iu constant attendunco ert, ami off upon tho winding Nile, and other things, "f tho prolongation of hu- cass of a camel by tho roidsldo on tho lasting about seven seconds. '1 he vibra- proclamation Will bo Issued to that ef( luinge. off upon tho Sphlnv, wph Its features man work compared with tho brevity way to Memphis, I siid to myself: n her, Raisin Ratline Bucctiuful, tions w ere north w est to south w est No fect by tho Italian government Mln of everlasting stone, and yonder upon of human lif A special train of twenty-siMAtir DiCKr.s, tho novelist's In all the 4,0'J0 years "Poor thing, I wonder of what It cars, all dnmngo was done. Statue of Farragut. favorite daughter, live In a p!eannt loaded with raisins, left Presno, Cab, Arrival tn Safety, .'ho staluo of Admiral Pnrragiit. by the minarets of Cairo, glittering in tho this pyramid has only lost eighteen died." Wo say nothing against the innrblo yonder upon Tho City of Homo arrived in Liversuburb of London. ,Mio is nwoinuii Weduesduy evening for New York v Monument to Grant. nt 1 II. Kltson, for city of Boston, sun, nnd off upon tho w Memphis In feet in width, ono side of Its squa-ruins, and pnst middle nge, but proerves a vivac- Now Orleans. This makes SAO carloads reck of empires tho base changed only from "til feet to or tho bronze of tho neetopolls. Let It Is the design of tho Grand Army of pool Sunday. This Is tho vessel that has been completed, tho n cost of at Hie most of that eighteen nil that sculpture nnd lloreseenco und nnd tho battlo-llcld- s of was reported sunk off tho Newfoundity of manner thnt makes her nppenr of raisins shipped east so far thU tho Itepubllo to erect In Washington, and Is said by critics to boa master of view enough to fill nges, a rudlus 740 feet, and l). U, n monument to licit Grant much more youthful. tho mind and feet tnken ofl 'y architects to furnish nrlMiresceneo can do for tho places of land Hanks. season. piece in composition and modeling. shock tho nerves and overwhelm ono's stone for building in tho city of Cniro. tho dead be done, if means will allow AccoitiUNH to Ilcrr.Tnplng, tho hour, ' Driven Beforo the Gale. Tha Ulckivllle Horroi. Rom NH Bis Enough. entire being. ly rate of wntcr falling over Niagara The men who constructed tho pyramid it. Hut if after one Is dead tlinrj Is Czar and Emperor to Meet. Tho North Gorman Lloyd steamship A thorough cunvnss of the scene nt Tho pope, In a note to the Powers, Pldcr, After looking around for awhile, and worked at it "lily a fow years and then nothl-i- left to remind tho world of him Pnll Is 100,000,000 tons, representing Advices from Copenhagen, St PetersCapt Hauor, from New York n koduk hud pictured tho group we de- put down the trowel and tho compass luit some pieces of stone, thcro is but 10,000,000 horse power, and tho totnl Wednesday's wreck on tho 11, and O. says that the recent Pantheon disorders October 10 for Bremen, reports that on burg nnd other places ugrcu in expressdaily production of conl In the world road, at lllcksville, O., Mi own that two wero of extreme importance, and in tho 1Mb Inst, in Lut IU north. Long .; ing tho belief that tho c.ir will travel scended. The descent wus more trying and the square and lowered the derrick little use Some of thu finest monuthnn tho ascent for climbing yon need which had lift' d tho ponderous weights; ments nro over p'ople who amounted to would just ill out sufllro to pump tho persons were killed nnd twenty In- sists that it is impossible for both tho west, sho spoke tho Dutch steamer through Berlin in order to meet jured. A number of the wounded mu Italian government and the papacy to Kdam, not soo tho depths beneath, but comwntcr buck again. but forty centuries has their work no'hitig whilo tlievllted. while somo of William, Cnpt llrunsman, which left Roting down it was imposslblo not to stood, und It w dl bo good for forty cen- the worthiest men and w union havo A Ilou.Mi lliioorc, N. , mini who nt death's door. It is not yot known remain in Rome. terdam October a for Now York 'Ihe To Succeed Parnell. seo tho nbsyms below. All Pgypt has b en not had ubove them a stono big enough But two Arabs turies more. MUPcd so badly us to frncturo u rib what caused tho wreck. latter hud lost her screw and was sailCommodore Ingraham Dead. Mr. William Redmond has been se- ahead to help us down, and two Arabs shaken by teirlblo eurthqunkes, nnd to tell their name .loshus, tho grnto,t hnn been uottlleil by tho Preferred Commodore Nathaniel Duncau Ingra- ing beforo n terrific gale. lected as tho Parnullito candidate for to hold us back, we wcro lowered, hand cities have been prostrated or swallow- warrior tho world over saw, no monTo Receive Indemnity. Mutual Accident Association of New formerly In tho Iho parliamentary seat for Cork inndu below hand, until tho ground wns Richard Hall, secretary of tho PenV ham, died at Charleston, United States ed, but that pyramid has defied all vol- ument; Moses, the jfi cutest lawyer th it Agent Sentenced, Yok that piiyment on his policy is navy, S. C,, Priday, Georgo II Howard, Into pension ngent vacant by tho death of Mr. Pnrnell. nenr nnd umld tho jargons of canic paroxysms, Ithns looked upon over lived, no immumont; Paul, tho on tho ground that the frncturo crs' association, has received informant Mound City, 111., wns sentenced iu tion from tho minister of marine thnt the Arabs wo wero safely landed. Then somo of the gr atest battles over fought greatest preaehtir that over lived, Royal Batrothalt. by external or wrr- not cau-c- d A 8p:ciae For Insanity. Chri-- t the Savtho Dominion government will camo ono of the most wonderful feats since tin' world stood; Whero aro tho no monument. it is reported that a marrlugo has tho U. S. district court Saturday to tivo in ans Ho will suo tho comA herb has been found lu Yucatan tho healers In actual losses caus- been arranged between tho czaruwltz years In thu penitentiary for irregulari- which cures almost nny cuso of Insan- of daring and ngiilty. Ono of tho Arabs men who constructed It'' Their bodies iour of tho world and tho rappany for i ho amount of tho Indemnity, A wlili h tii".nt!iitft to S2M. solicited n dollar, saying ho would run gone to dust nnd even tho dust scatter- ture of Heaven, no monuiuunt. ed by tho closing of Hohriug Sea. and tho Ducliess Klsa, A Wurteinbcrg. ties in pension business. ity. up and down tho pyramids lu seven ed. Hven the sarcophagus In which pyramid over scoundrelly Cheops, but It Is reported that Mrs. 0. V. Vail, epiCharged With Corruption in Office, Dr. Baker Oats a New Trial. Unlneae Swarming Over the Border, minutes. Wo would rather havo given the King's mummy may havo slept U only n shingk with a 1 u Back. tho helicss of tho deceased widow ol taph over m my u gtud nan's grave. The Dr. Win. B Meuny, for tho past eight him a dollar not to go, but this ascent empty. President Polk, hut retained counsel to A special from Abingdon, Vn., ssys of On nccount of tho strict enforcement (W. grand jury of tho Wayne county havo bpuu regulations elsewhere, Vn.) circuit court havo ruttirned in- years a resident of Loudon, is in Chi- nnd descont In seven minutes ho wns So men die 'nit their work lives on Snmo of the finest obllua-i- o contcKt President Polk's will, on tho that In tho cuso of tho commonwealth ToWilkinson cago to arrange for tliu opening of an determined on, und so by tho wntoh In Wi are nil budding pyramids not to prinUul about the worst pround that tliu clause leaving his nal against Dr. J. P. linker, recently con- tho celestials nro beginning to swarm dictments ngulnst n years but forty day at llrussoN there Is a pyramid of bank with ofllce In seven minutes ho went to the top ami lust four thoti-nnestate to tho state, to lo held In trust victed of tho murder of his wife by over Minnesota and North Dakota bor- and Deputy Sheriff Shnnnon for embezpoisoning, Judgo Kelley, of tho circuit ders, guarded only by six customs ollb zling public moneys. They nre charged London un I Chicago. Tho capital was back again nt the base. It wns n thou Hid fnt million, forty trillion, flowers on the grave of llouUngur. th for Ills own family, Is void. Plghty Cli.nuincn haw just with defrauding tho county out of Si,' stock will bip.5, 000, 000, Hrastus Wymiiii bloodcurdling spcctiulo. forty qii ulullk n. foity qulntlllion. Por notorious liU'rtine. Yet It is iiutur.il court, bus set nsldo tho verdict of tliu cors. Iiici'T. Msxwtai, of tho I'nlted lower court I snld the dominant color of tho nvra- - a w lie in wield the trowel or jhihihI to want to be remwinbervd. 000. and a son of "Old Hutch'' aro said to bo and granted tho prisoner u started from Klllarneymnn fitntes iinny, Miys tho Dakota climntu now trial jmld was gray, but in certain lights It with the h.iinuiror inonsuio with the interested in tho sohemo. Hicks How dons It uomo that you Heavy Forgeries. nddr. to onu's stnture. When ordered Another Victim Dies, . r seems to shako off tho gray of centuries yurd-stiewi ito with the pen. or ex- and thuinpo.- nre mi thlok? W'ull. I n t country ho was over twenty-onTho third victim of tho Hlcksvllln, I Tho nniiio of Georgo Biles, a million- tn Another Dynamite Bomb. Costly U g Four Stniihuu. and become n blonde, nnd tho silver periment with the sclentlflo battery, or nlwuvs hud n supremo contempt for ..I ,. ... Sill. .... ..!..... A dyuutrlto bomb wus found on anyours old and had reached that ago 0., disaster, Mrs. Margaret Jllrch, of nli., ., .in,,, uutiuu, na-- t ueuii joriftu A freight on the Big Pour road caused turns to tho golden. It tovorsj thirteen pluu with tho brain, and for n wlillo him ...id when I found that hi hold ,,,; when growth was supposed to slop, other rnllroud brldgo at Rolohhorg, in Cambridge, O , died Prlduy night. Her to notes amounting to W,ima M. R. joss ot Swo by cru,hti,g ncics of ground. .Whnt nn antiquity! the foo ' allfs and tho eyu aces, nntl nt contempt I wus naturally drawn hero of over ft Hohemlii, Thuisduy, In the nenr vicin- sister, .Inno Dnvls, who lvns counted Hanson, u lumber dealcrof Wood eoun stgiction tialn near Imuveis, it foiv It was at least S.OOO ,venn old when Hie llm our h 'fL mid thu Innciie snexiki. in.- him. " Mhwv'iwluig lunk doing n but us tu ity of llm tn.. rreontly riauvd, which niuorg Iho fatally injiusd, Is better uud ty, who is suspected of tho crime, hut uilluH wust of Hlooiuitigtun, 111, Noh grew tV, Inches. lHoitnn yi a intl," yyij Itaww wxl v..ds wjdrou baby Ihilst fbfl!l enrritd wltiim !rbt of All the xttQwniils o ' ;.u cinpjior's life, dtMippcured. Jcoptird hu.i tliu' iti thnuyiit will mover. r body wus liijurtfd. n hit ihw cl muto olxsa spread nut ito cnu TtMKrlfi it by his .'ugilhc parents, .losoph and wc t. CuiOAdo TOPICS. ndopt doublo-decko- d Mull Trnlu nlllitc Willi i flHulit at Mlngii .liiiirtlim, (. Two 1'eople Killed d TIIE HMTISU FEAR r. 4,.. !. con-tnrl- liorsc-thlovc- g X- apprchen-ixtremolydllllcu- lt gun-boat- - U tn(eet -- : o grarillHt sv Ar' ft - h&!2t r 1 a west-boun- t pat-rio- d Iron-clad- s r out-Kifl- to-d.- o free-for-a- OM.-n- e, l h d h, g one-bloc- !! Oplum-Smuggll- o . poorly-equippe- d 1 iilwn-donln- g rt nlti-tud- o post-mast- 1 semi-ofllcl- Kilu-Maxl- chloro-chroinl- rain-storm- et y. m x s S'J2,-60- Km-per- J-- - nccl-den'- Anglo-Americ- e -- Anglo-America- - o 1 1 ; ,, il i t sjiWialalaiWWMMMaMHaiBaWHa a i jifc,ai at Jjiwaaij-- .ij .. ,, . ,., h " aiaiakaltkA aasWA n,, ,i MM hik. itjMi 0"naa"w"'a"liWMMHHnMMM. 1Wf WWWl T life L p si a c s HOUSE 3 &7S3 6CB XSXiiOlELwXiitW 12ES3 vr i. OF 3f II I C UiOailii&iL 1 Has now got his chock full of NKW FALL AND WINTER GOODS, nil flrjt class mid dcairablo, and at such LOW THICKS that it is Astonishing Every body that has looked at thorn. Come right along and buy good and subslantiubQoods at the Lowest Prices you can find in Hickman, or any other place ! ITou.se ; AM s iSlfC! THE HICKMAN COURIER. cvsrs-'- pli'i Ohtrko C5TCr that tho farmers of tho f Iowa 'jt!..pilill. Xt'iis Iicms. United States 'demand with alTho campaign being carried on IK A I'rofrsiinr'N ?ri It'NlilH most ummlmnut turnout" tho sub- HICKMAN, KY., II v I'iibiib iMHi.ni nmo IIIU hj Campbell in Ohio in bolinlf of, Criticised. Treasury, tho Land Loan, or the lumber of school children iu tho nisrw-j- : : : orr. 23, 1891. Friday, i. I Government ownership of Rail- Democracy has been so hrilliun L'nlled Slntes of 11,220,000. In the Coltimbnn Forun "solor- as to attract the attention of tl roads, &c, tho subjcctB discussed diTun Commissioners to rexiso inns from a letter of Hit). Isbain by Tint diet tlmt the Australiiin l xfi Statutes In neuotdaiico with t ... on me rial When nnd ontiro country, to the neglect Senator ..t.. lot rules in Ohio this full is nre whoro hivyo lint nrns" tie, now Constitution, will not get tho fur mora J'almost that no less interesting fight be of tho 'democratic can ""vor cisod iu n ini.nnrV liWi"BTrt)w Whhvrk until tho 2lKh of tho unanimously" voted for these mnilo by Rolen In Town. It Is for Governor. a few years since I own wns wo 5rll cchuical skill inAho writer to measures! Surely not in Tin: Republican press is fighting ovutlo real isstiaC but aro wholly ifcideied hopelessly Renuhlca I4IN rosponso to nn inquiry, Surely not in Illinois but Roies and a few other Dumo tlio Fanners Allinnco in the North lleudiick decides crn States nml wlaltiny it prosper!-t- lacking in argjtments to commoud wheie, after a splendid fight, oul units of like stature havo sneioed mt twelve persons ooustituto a to tho people. the in tho South. y momhe.sof Legislatuto wero ed iu converting tho hciiiiihted ;rand jury, as provided for iu the , ror inslnnce, cre ib nu exam- - elected. Not tho Ohio, wuere tariff voters of that Statu to tho brio- - new Constitution. The Domocrats of Now York in seem to he practically united in plo of his negat'ro dialogue: f he only issues; not Harris "Wot fron ihe statute books nil and silver are tho present campaign, which Co.u.niHsloucrs,) & Worlds laws tvliicli feor 'Itciil clMti at Hie in New York, Pennsylvania ur',10w their oneigv Is directed to 1 ' tho success of tho party. , expense of otlier' . Massachusetts, fori., tho Raster., the work of maintaining all tho speak at I'jV;0,1'0 Anpponitinoli to; & ,;- rkii.iRits in beha tJS predicts his Gov. Forum "Oh yen Annihilate the army .. is- Lrnnn.1 , pro""';, tiim. li.io .,,..,..,.i 1. 0I' '" rkll,s--- eMiiuii. Mr. Ail. - V?by a plurality of and navy, t supiase, seem they nre it Stntes these questions nro not own J, T f vi-J-? ISf-rnr Kan-- Oov. Roes has been mak ng eh, ann, one o the Arkan-a- s cou.mis- l 'lli riin-uiof sues. Onh, in the sfi.. 12,000. Thorenre few better post-o- special claim. Urn rvu,eclM (v wlok f)r fcti other,' also anili"alor", anil all ollitr sas can any somblanco of a claim slonors, speaks with him. politicians in Ohio than tho 'Class Fiinctlunaies' " .iT-l.lllonlll nlul wU, HIIcll fiUC0CHR t mt . Goveruor. IN New York tho Republicans Tho Forun's reasoning is, of bo made that even a majority of it now seems probable that Iu'a TnK eetimnto course, that 'ho ' army and navy ' farmers favor these measures. is n permanent fixture in the raiiks nre abusing the Democratic candidate for Governor became ho is l5r For Por Ke, that McKinley will bnvo n plural- appropriation nro class legisla- Hence, in all courtesy, wo ask if of Democracy. a rich man, and iu Ohio thev nro C0WGILL'3SY2 3ALVS. ity of 15,000 iu Oldo is cheering the word "unanimous" is not mis'rntsit.il 'tun ici o. abu.'iug the Dcinocrntto candidate news, for if tho . wero not se- tion; thercfire, tho It le&M'or Neuralfia and ltliitimalliui, riously alarmed it would predict intended dioctly to benefit cur- used! Many persons nre under tho .in because ho is dead broke. COWGILL'S W2A52L OIL. tietf,"s lmnI to ,lea9 thcin- Tho Coimtr.U endorses nil tho predion that selling majority ofCO.000. tain classes of farmers, is no more tnutod leaf demands made by the Farmers' tobacco is not manufacturing, and Governor Campbell rondo tho fcr For i'ilea, The Tammany tiger may have so, nnd sliodd bo approved. Tho very sharp claws, ns tho Republi- Democratic reasoning is that the Alliance, except the, three heie subject to a lax of six cents nu a Republican newspapers that libelCOWLIS PIL3 OJKTMSKT. cans allege, but so long as those army nnd navy are "necessary named, nnd is willing to give to pound. The Revised Stntutes, j ed him iu the ballot box matter years ngo eat their words, and JtJT" For Tetter and Itiuf norm, claws arc used only on the Re the... a patient, earnest and ro - amended, imposo a tax of sis: two make ho will it publicans the country can afford to evils," nnd not blessings to be cents per pound on nil tobacco ugniu this year.interesting for thorn COWQILL'S TETrSH 0IKTM2HT. consider tho beast ua a national sought after. All good citizens spectful consideration. twisted by hand or .educed from honest and bravo Campbell Is both and there is nn JqT Tor Worrai, blessing. would welcome tho day whon they IInv TIatv Meet lic CSrcnl i leaf Into u condition to bo eon-- ! inspiring dash in his dctlnuce of CowU's Picas aat Worm Gyntp sumed, or in any manner other In Mississippi nnd soveral other could be dispensed ith. Resides, Issue. tun than the ordinary mode of drying tho fiiciiiiuti. itu imn pin uupe in Southern States it is unlawful for tiie army and navy nro the OK hearts antl cuting, prepared for sale and ...1.1..1. : ....of bin followers iu Ohio SATUFA CT10S OUARiSThKU whites nnd blacks to occupy the . .i ... Senator Sherman, at Cincinnati, nnd servants of the GovTJK MOSKV KKFUSDL'D. If itratiarnil "",l" 1ICBI-- IIS iHU U.IV OI 1110 cnnsuntpt.ou, even same coaches on lailronds. A test n said : without the use of .... lnach.ae election pproacl.es. case has bocn decided by tho Su- ernment, compelled to obey the For Sals by the Proprietor!, "Let in fpeak of tariff reform Agnes Rankin, the noted horse or instrument, and without being premo Court nnd tho constitution- orders, right or wrong, of their of lie Hon.- - liJ a cleer nbet thief nnd masijuorndor, says tho COWGILL & COWGILL, ality of such laws allirmod, pro- supmiors die olUcials temporari- from lexas. a Stle wbieli !jn not nre pressed or sweetened. Dresden Enterprise, wns bom in vided tho accommodations arc ly at the heed of the Government, tluce hlf the amount of .lie product cf I II V II M .V C I NTM, RIi1h of Hip Simiire rirlin. lie cify "1 Clocinn-itiHe uulerloal, to Martin, Weakley county, Teun., Hickman, equal and tho samo penalties bo and no Kentucky libel formulate a revenue larltl wbieli the applied to both races. The twins of Lacoua, ri,tls of poiiio twenty summers ago, of House farmer shoul desire to ho brought " "poor but pious patents," as biogIt is significant that Secretary under such a law. Recauso of the Fortler. In l.U Ureait the famous Siamese pair, arrived raphers usually say of distinguishlilaino is too sick to make any declared tbnl I lie Ufmuraev hm kunwti in New York latt week. Tbej me ed people. Several envious counspeeches in Ohio, but well enough fear that the sub treasury would neither OoI nor eoiiKrieuee ninre lie "nr 5vtinr to R. AdrUt Allin. to make several iu Massachusetts. tend to estnbish such conditions flie Ilef ublican parly, be declared, never known ns tho Tocci brothers, and ties claim the honor of .Miss Ran ' on one said ' ctirt wben wero born in Laconn, Italy, July kin's notoriety, but the Kuterpriie Mckinlojisin scorns to ho desert- and obligation is an argument Books aijd Slalioijery, I. ISTii. Thov i n nun lirwli-- . Im Is positive it belongs to Weakley ed by tho leaders of its own party. against it. Ru', iu all truth, tho drover Cleveland irantcd us to loturn tin: ipiii!iln riM fUg, inst'hnlntr tlin klinniilurs county. After tho Ohio election there will army and navy serves all classes : : : Kentucky. If tho Republican tariff tnx can four arms, two legs nnd two heads, Much apprehension is felt iu Hickman, bo none lolt to mourn its fate. Its ot bo defended by fair and legitimate Oue head is of lair complexion. Washington for the safety orLlctit. "J)OOKS NOT KBIT IN STOCK, erder-J- 3 nliue nml equally. zeiis epitaph will be that it died of lend on coic caught from Pin mi 'tin iiliite.'i The dlaloguo is uiadtiefco coutin argument, it does look like thoi resembling the mother, nnd speaks j Russell nnd partj' who woie sent variety anlstytr. Ullentry . luur. I'nl'an nnd French. Tho other out by tho Smithsonian Itistlttittii ETX Alo, ol every Ihe ,. n t.ti ,,... mHu,u, oi... ,0a,, ,sof lJark c0Inp,Mi0l,t lkrt azeiil f.ir Indianapolis, ihe homo of .Mr. liv to explore .Mount Hi. tuan, in of 'lie United SinUn. Ilnrris "I may tie toKl ihixl ilieGorora-nipn- t man and Foraker, ought to be able Harrison, went Democratic last tho father, and speaks German and Alaska. Russell and his men were Inn lunneJ money lo railroad1, week by a majoiity i.iiiging from to do it, and yet thonboto brief Knglish. Tucy usually eat with to have met the revourte cutter bank, etc .My answer to thai 1300 to 3000. Voting was by the 1k, thai rifiy 11' months, although ono can Corwln at Yakut, September 1st, W. Tlolnloiis do not imllfj an. extracts show that in discussing DT15STEL13IUNIC. Australian ballot, and the cam- other, etc1' tho rrront nonnnm!,. nnoatlni, v.. prOVHIb n0Ur.3lime.ll ei.OIIglt I0r but when the Corwiu went there nf .. .,....w.. paign was tho hottest in the hisForum ' Thai It It, li It? rJ all the entire organism. Russell did not iu:l;a his appear-unctory of tho city. Indianapolis has llicrto year tlie'e violations bre leeu tariff reform, a question of taxaand a searclnng party scut JVTO space to tiatso all articles, but nc heretofore been very close be piling, (illlnir, iiillnc up, ami not urn nord tion, they are dtivon to tho neces- ni.iI.VMlS tl ll. V I UK AI.I.IA.Vt't: out failed to titid any trace of him. trouble to show cooJi. from Inliam U.Harris! Al let (o illreet, IS tween the two parties, and the reCome and iee, t.t the eorner of Troy ' the sity of lugging in such charges ns to now. The sult this year is u great Democrat- one fioioteil asIbose who are at ihe bulloni "rebel" . and Moscow Avenue, Ent lllckmrn, Ky rellf vine llilTS US TIIK and "rebel flags." If tat iff Tho Iown Farmers' Allinnco, in ic victory. of nil our indiutrltis makes our Rp an reform, ns advocated by tho DomMany inquiries having been Winkle nake up, nallootl The Domocrats owe Mr. Rlaino rallrnadi', lobMcf, wlilcli irnrebome Im.ks, ocrats relieves the peoplo of bur- convention, last week, adopted ilky ntre resolutions favoring n now Rystem made concerning tho statistics of thntiks for his declaration that tho Ioiiotent lo effecl !" densome taxation, how does it al- of tnxation by which the farmer transportation on tho Mississippi And net your rtUcksmithing and general McKinley bill gavo no market for Here ngnin the Professor's rea ter tho fact evou if the agricultural products. Tlmt decauthor of will bo relieved; tho troverninent river, tho Superintendent of the Repairing done at laration is now being used with soning is, that special legislation tho bill wns u rebel soldier 2r ownei ship of railroads, telegraph Ceusirj has made public the folJO, . M . VJi'XVil. telling effect against McKinley in in tho interest of National I!....ks,vcar3 ag0, ,, u won(J not re ami teiepi.ono anil express com- - lowing Information on tho subject: Ohio. Mr. Rlaino now tries to Railroads, &c, being wrong, there On tlio upper .Mississippi nnd its (Corn,, 0 OUon anJ totlangt Str,,!,,) lievo tho people, wlij cannot such panics; a 'J cent, passenger - rate hill, tliu frrt nnlnnfTD nf fill vnr- tlin tributaries (i. e. thoso abovo Si. soften his statement by lugging in fore, beennso they nro wrong, the :v great minds bo show tho people Issuance of money direct to tho Louis) there were, iu 1830. L'8.1 nrcsHAN, reciprocity, but tho peoplo havo peoplo should uccept the already discovered that iu Repubwithout wnvliig that "old bloodv' neonle. the protection of tho mak- - steamorn, of a tounngo nf 38,850 OikmI Work at (lock bottom Prices. M, as right; or, because shirt" that has no bearing lican schemes for reciprocity the notes against, tons, and n value of L', 199,000; r ers ot promisory .ciaiiT --Tj other follow must do all the re- these aro wrong another wrong "innocent purchasers;" the reduc- nlso on theso snuio rivers there n'Llr.'.ii,i. noiiK upon tho subject 1 Rut it joiin r t.jtAV. ciprocating. tion of interest to 0 per cent; '.ho were owned 'MS unrigged craft, of bo inflicted upon the peo- doeo show should that thoy are Kentucky's parole law, that ple. Tho plntfoims, history and fiom the field of argumenttiiiveu Australian ballot system; thuolec-tio- n tounngo of lSrf,r83 tons, mid a into of United States Senators by valuo or $25.r),72.'l, u total of OJU that has been iu existence seeral traditions of tho Democratic par.' You tl.e field of prejudice. And when direct vote of tho people, and n of nil craft, of 227,l.'l.'l tonnugo, iears, will shortly be brought ty coudomii nil theso wrongs, nnd Ohio goes Republican, 'V 11 .V 'V of nnd of 2, tri.'J,702 in valuo. On outlet to tho Gulf tho conns, it is said, to test at most com- the lower Mississippi and its trib-'5i f r. its constitutionality. It Is also this truth is not weakened even probably it will next mouth, these Mexico. The bines of Chicago nro denounced ittnrics (i. e. thoKO below St. Louis) said, from authority, that Gover- if litis ndroit Professor should samo grent men will claim it as a ns well ns gambling In "options" thero wero 2S2 steamers, of n tounor Rrown has stated tho law is cito Botuo lending Deinorrnt who value) unconstitutional, and considers a voted for ono or nny of such great victory for tho McKinley nnd "futures" on tiio Roard of nngo of 01,202 tons, iiudn craft,) ICovih tliu JtOHt tariff, when, iu all tiuth, they are Trade. A demand is made that of tJ,13;U72; 272 unrigged parolo in the natnro of a pardon, Ahmoi'I iiioii t of tho power to grant which vests in measures. No party can control lugL'ing iu every possiblo preju the Conger Inn! bill be passed. of a tounngo of 177.7HO tons, and) a valuo of 81.022.200, milking a tho Governor only, and not the all its individual members upon dice 10 provent a lair expression i"G nueii ownership oi i.inn is An attempt wns mutle total of 61 cinft, of a tonuago of commissioners. The matter will any and nil questions nny moro on the tariff issue. to mergo tho Not thorn and South- 212,072 tons, nnd a value or be tested in tho courts. than tho Farmers Alliance can rl'l Itu IdlllKl oi.oki:ii j:cs h i.soaiii.k. ern Allinnces, but failed. Gov. Steele, in his report on control Hall, of Missoari, who op1ST "It Is a hopeful eiftn lor llio race that Oklahoma, sas that unless the poses, and McGutic, who favors, negroes in all Prcneun:ol IIcpcloss, Yot Saved. Tun elections in New York, of the country are lands on tho western border nro the Trom a letter written by Mm. Ala II. Cl I V IZ II I "M wV 'l' It llirowlnir oft tbe yoke of llio Retniblicau Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylva nnd, therefote, Ilurd, of Oroton, S I),, we ipiola "Wa (Joola delivered lo any pirl of die City speedily opened, so that settlers MHy, and acting inilependemly or with nia nnd Iowa, uccitr Nov. Std, off taken with bid cold, which settled on l lie boraooraoy." may raise a crop next year, it will fairly, a party Is not rospom-iblIlfckutan Courier. tny Lungs, couuli sot In aud finally termean hardship, destitution and for the sins of individuals or facRut nro thoy throwing it off to week from noxt Tuosduy. N minated In Consumption. Pour doctors death among tho hundreds of set- tions. Resides, political parties, nny grent extent 1 They tear at It Yo'.l: is the only ono of th gave inru, aayln; could live but a short ILLINOIS tlers who havo been for weeks on like individuals, nro forced to net once in awhile, but it is riveted on Slates over claimed ns it Do lliuo I gave myself up to my Saviour, if I could not Slav with mv llio borders, and in many instancfrom existing surrmmdings nnd by habit, that strongest of chains crntio Stato, and yet IiUni-niI would meet my absent on CENTRAL es for months, waiting for homes. My husbinl wns advised lo nes above They aro being joined every dny conditions, nnd if thoy can't got with nn Ignorant class, and holda intelligent Republican will n New Discovery for Klnj; get Dr all they believo In, do tho best for fast except iu by huudreds who wore disappointraro ensos, Tiio them to bo doubtful, and a rent' .i i Cauuhs and Culdi. I gave It a JRAILROAD! the peoplo obtainable. Kentucky negroes, for iiistnuce, able expectation that tho Doi ed in seeming a home in tho trial, took In all, elzlit battle, it has cure Again: keep up a greut hubbub with their crats may carry a majority of, mo, nud Ibank (Jo i I am now a well auj Tho Popular and Prcforrod P.outo. opened lauds iu the Sao Harris hearty womiii,' Trial liotlliui free at C. A effect nnd Fox autl adjoining roserva-tions- . would he lo''The these of such a measure threats or bolting from tho Re- all of them. mam Holoomlia s Prujvtbrc, regular site, 00c. 'Quicker In lime and life products, 'i tie publican party, c miles short unless the white pecutlor could easily approximate the and ft 00. er than any other llirough car bosnes give them recognition, acTiiK FianUfort Journal prints The leaders of the mob who iuanllty upon tl.e market." line between Forum "i'MUntbropIo truly! Anl companied by olliceii. Rut when lynched the negro, Joo Coe, at rumor that State Trcnsmer how ahout combines and rings, trusts, tho white lingmaster crucks his tho HICKMAN, KY., and Omaha, nro being arrested and syndicates and Halo is to resign because of (lisjobber's jailed on ho charge of murder in uow i ma! open wheat approximations a whip their roar becomes the genTho St. Louia markets In tle bloating of n lamb, and thoy ngreeiueutn with Gov. Rrown na NEWJRLEANS LA, the first degree. It nppears that year of foreign scarcity with a merely drop back into the old rut with to Stato prison affuirs, mid nominal price, anl then when those who tho littlo girl ot. whom ho commitRepublic SjiltndtJ his salary is too small. Tho Ifoijhifictnl Coachc I ted tho outrage is not dend, al- coum anui noiil hail oM, send prices up pntient submission. Tho colored with bound No 'upeeulator' here of bi other needs loaders ami ti backl'ulluian JlujTtt Slteptril though so reported in the papers. Now ssued rumor is no doubt fnlso, becnuso bone. Courier-.- ouriial. ctmiBc. 'J'rawt Alicjywn Time I The lynchers among whom nro tlio idea of a PuichnHO Here, again, tho Professor cites The colored voleia of Kcntuekv several prominent citizens, will Twico-a-WeoTIIUO UQH resigning nnythlng is contrnry bo nbly nnd vigorously defended, real wrongs, but offers no argu- aro yot under the domination and to nil our historj, traditions and many holding that Coo's cimo ments to prove Hint the SLEEPERS PULLMAN r BUFFET control of tho white Republican Tuesday aud Friday, justified his taking off, whether would bo a remedy for such bosses, b.it iu tho Stato of Now ethics. What luivo wo been fight- - ! ro , the child dioil or not. Indeed, the lug for nil theso eurs about "nev12 to 14 Pagos a Woek, bill, York they aro freer from preju- - er getting at. thing nohow," if our luw In some States ranks rapo' wrongs. Tho i iiiifl IJ1IIJ vnta tlin Tninmriitln men nro to resign T with murder ii8 n capital offense. tho only plan jet formulated, fore-e- illlsVJ IIIIU Hint fV tlU MV,UIUV.tllIU From all polnls, tlience via he 8IIORT For $3.,GO a Yoar. I.UVK, llllnoln Central It. It, to Washington poliiluiniiB aro dls-- ' at these products on tho market tickot. Maysvlllo Txiu Cominonwc.il New OrleRiiK, t.a., nnd the end of 12 months-- mid r.ny cussing tho fall elections with Sample Copies Sont Froo! Jackson Title, flu. The administration Is casting warns candidates for ollluo that bill with such n provision might intei est ovety day. Tho long even toward the Sandwich under tho now conotitulioii they DON'T M18TAKK IRK ItOUTC TO prognostications sent out u.o verv tui.li iu ueip rather than provent lsiuuits, just ns .loiin Jiuu lias iiiiisi noi "give, oner or promiao (M.couraci.ii! to llio Demner.itH. "liiif's. trnstn im.i ...., ,i.l.,f.u boon doing eouio time, and it Is any money or other thing of valuo AVsiFatrtTEA, ....w.vHini i,iiiiiiiivni iciuii is regartien us certain in Then, ngnin, tho dialogue rnns: 8id that Acting Roar Admiral to procure your nomination or New York and well nigh assured mid V2.XAM l:OIXTN. Rrown, now in Chilliau waters, Is election, or to liifliionco the veto Uurrl ITh... I. If yon want I'o.Urs, iu Iowa. Tho outlook In I'oihikjI. IrserviQir, or connervailve rIich ..i.f.tl. under orders to proooed, as soon of any voter nt such eloction. than lie If If yun wiut Kuvrjup.i, Seo thai your Tickets read user the llll. vauia is favorablo, and iu Ohio tho farmers." U run want lull llfiu!, ns ho is relieved, to Honolulu to you do, iu tho ovont of your noli Central KallroAd, If yuu wnut tfUUmviiti, campaign is being well inaiinged. Forum "Vcl, tho. measure which for tho control of tho tion, you will bo tloprivod of yoar iriou Mrntl I.illfr llrmll, ASK AOHNTa l'OU IT. von want Nute l.ciiili. While tho Democruls may lose they with almost unanimous assent de- Island by tho United Stutos. ir vuu wiiil Hii.liiA.i Oanlf. Horcnl'tcr in on must bo II tho governoitdiip in tho Ruekeyo mand, you denounce as class 'legislation,' mlral Rrown has been selected for olaeted to ofllco on their merit If run wnut VnitliiK OtirJ, For further Information, apply lo 'unrointilutlonal,' nd tr you want II ill IiivIIhUuiii, Stato they are confident of cap- and corrupt lu any 'the most, vlolous this task bocrius'o of his popular- - and not through tho influence of II. O. WKuu, 1'assVr Ag't. If you wnut MIiIjIii( 'lu(, KHerumenl could turing tiio Legislature. Tho pros- it lopl,' strikliiK Cfieiilnri, If you A J. KNAI'P, ity with tho riuoon nud tho people their purses. All prospctitlvo cun-o- i In firt, II you want JO!) WMitt llii.lut.."t ny of PIUNTING pect Is loveli and tho public need aud palrlolisni,' frgiu your'oouservatlsm Ais't 0 en. I'mnoaRor Agent, tho Hawaiian Islands. It is iididntes aro Invited to make n noto rlitiluu. itoiii. tu h ino.1 utiLrtvlery iii.tiiucr. vou Memplds, 'J'nn-Anot be Biirpiisod if the roturus truly 1" dangerous business and may load of this, as the law will bo rigidly chii liiri)onr hhiiIi.iiUiIIxI Uy Lulling nt llm II. HANSON, (leol I'4ii'r A T'kl Ag't, allow another Deuiocrnliu cyclone. What ovidonco baa ProfosBor to war with Uuglaud. enforced." 3ob Chicjzv, III. Coin minis, Forum Ot'.t'ui.. CJci-rrn- I 1 r . A 7 V) What to Buy?' W jO.J1J.JIi raj L1J W'AlSIIi ! V- All porsoiis indebted to (he late linn of jmlmu y c. JT Ken-tuc- snb-trcasnr- y lorfltcyrnad "r , ?" OAMl-nEL- l, Zfa - 'fn'iffl M llSfll itnilq i . 112& MUSE & SHAW, or the undersigned, by note or account, preuous to the ISOlniiifpX uspccttully 6,0' t tilied to come forward and settle, or tho claims will be placed in the hands of an ollicer for collection. cats, ci in iu. a d 1 fclV.' - "it. join n. tii.H.ni, . I'rtt't. It. I. J0HM)X, (aihUr. - rf Globe-Democrat- 's WfCiVC A "NT iE23 Paid Solicits 3 jt- rgx a aith:, f-- fs G.-I)- sub-treasur- HIOIEMAM, ZIENTX70S7. at e:csuSpk SMUiKa. e Up Capita! $40,000.00. Ranking Prlnelplcs. n-- . our We offer the most Liberal Accommodation!) to our t'litito.neiH Cotihisto.it wllli Established v creu-tnrc- s ! ..i. RALTZKR, R.T.TVLRR, J. W. l'OWKI.L. It. II. RRRVARD, A. A. TARIS, W. A SHUCK, J. W. COWGILL. DIR2CTOBS. r. T, Q PltCGS, MRDICINKS, STA110NRRY, FANCY GOODS t . free-bor- g I ru-eJ.- G. H. Efinger, Jnd XT Qk C3 4 3 5WAII ST Joalt v .ii' in I WINKS ext-ep- t , li-- and LIQUOR l'OU S, I J t. ......., i.. bs-pape- rs SUM) It IRS, PAINTS, MKDICAL USK. OlIA lTilSSCUirTIONS A SPECIALTY. W-- "- o iParnny Groceries. , fifty-fir-- ll.. .( mm "S, B3iiHlrr r!W3R!D r. p OLX) Kens JII.SNIS-Hl'lM- STOPJ i jbrgct RELIABLEI" TINWARE, STOVES, a Splendid Sleek of die Very best n akes of all ki li J. ef y what-ove- I lEO ofixlSC KERTWE6K , fl iS awfc HARDWARE, 8lu U I &$ Ife.ljSJtrtB i-- lua aieotfnrd.l ONE VP.It'B, and that '" Atl lateral Ib. n.aikel ju.l'.es. gods cuaratilted lo be as repietenteJ y Si iS&OOid-X'tB ALTZER 0 TilB Cr.L'JIirATCU ! u bo-for- e Boat n & deep-wate- r pork-packin- g ! UANlil'ACTUnt.IU ' Itt&g a GROCERIES HIOEMAST! MI.I js&f&$&z& i sub-treasur- fflJLJ&A l sJi&jirts laUa 1 W Xll 1 HICKMAN. X RiSTTXJOK Y. FURHITIfBE. FUEWITXTHI!. to-dn- I STEP2IENS & hixly-on- TWER, DEAIiKKS IN - I 4 nmritore aDdUiidertskehifloofe, We sro orettnj all grades of I'loln, Medium anil l'ln I'urnlluro nt ireatly rlue c1 prle es. W carry n full line at an timet nt Chnlrrt. RockofH, Tiiblos, Durootio, VnBhntcmlt), Vnn!robOH, ChnniDor Oota, Wlnltiosnou, JlprliiKO, Elo , ana enaiaMe Jtur irlr lo txi tiio luwesi. (live us a trml anJ baiiinitiireiL (IT'Wanru hoitiliU'irlirua Untlnrlakora' Q Jar's anl dlsoount oliconiiietltlou In this Han. We onrry a lurgo line nf Wu dou nml Ilunul Loses. cUlty. I'tTliciUriiu anil Jolt Work a ! office-holde- r k, sub-treasur- y I PicUlor-Vune- o d flli-if- ' f Zrlemphis, Tcnn., I , ui.nwMWrji.i.il' ., -- Look at This! i'j.oitn.t TEE OLD E1LIABLI. I OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer n Ad-'ofilc- DIM, HEDICIHES. PAINTS AND DYE-STDFF- ' 3, evidi-uc- i -i stuud-foiu- i. . SZrCKItlAN, KY. j I Courier Gfllcc. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 'I '" IHWIWBWWWII'"...! " i?ti Jl1iJHnywffl8WMBWWi.BtBBjBHffiM jaw'frflWr imfi0MmimmMmhY0'mt - 'VT-p-llrua- r ' .jstBg.?.. lll I III m..m.BM,r-M.- Hfd4AMUis-- - t .fV. - .jfi?. imijjixL Jijj-mi,.. . stum ., " HPitii aa - , . ii .JBPSMmJ&Wt wmi&!MwK7mvtimmwmimmw:ijjL tjimix- t. It, JV . AilaU.BMMcn.rF-v , t-- al "JsM"J'p,tHa'a,'i P'WIII tl- - 'ISW iWi yaflp&SlT. wit xiaa-- u i ijfjr.'nnti rtnrrfftHiiiTngTi "rmi c '?! m n, i si-- ! rrffTf a 1?,! ivjvufrfh it -- i it ipywwiwijiy; I jr r . ,t; r.i ii 1 . t i 1 Hi 'HnwMmTjriitinniff rvirari- - TWOMM.s.fttau - fttHia? Bunmt HWUM mi ip iiw yxiyjyy,yT. AcynMovuxAn nrr.n-imrrr- 'Ji 1 "Wo ViMS flb Us ilL SS sui--o U V- -' ItyMUi U Wl u 12IBItfbftE M& 3$pi nmiiiii l Wov? :FS.o.,cly e.ja3. ajoxiU Kvl ii IS - -- tliEfsa. T7"3.11i3ar y to S3ao-- w oiajr - IsPcsfeTO -Eis NFW wiNthisour Counters and Fur Jackets ular med season. s Sbii ggTKOUSE & BUOS' IIih-Ar- t te2 (inner position than ever on CLOTIIJVf justly holds a the top wave of Popular Favor. f lU II Display of Ditm Ooods cinin t lie equalled In Hickman! Wo have the Latest Nnvelti n hi Koli embracing Camel Hair, Hrilliaiilim', Jlrwid Cloth, fords, Fluid-- , Kte., incorrect in Stylo UN ciiii lie fniiml mi cm iicis ul' uny city establishment. nlono nro to be found tlio beautiful Fur trim Capes, with Mali's to nutch, so pop Easily i i1 ui Ja F OH HAIKU INS i" long WKAl'.S tlio Trailing I'ublio will find us "Out ol Sight!" tUU LADIES' FINE SHOES for "The llent Fitting," and "Durability," Hoots and Shoes urc light up in the race. mainiiin their reputation white our Men's FTilUTII n!U TO TELL, wo keep, own thing you want, if you want the Latest and Hesti'of cvay thing. yi: JEdL CORDIALLY INVlTE ONE and tec us. " A2CD ALL to come m i4' aC 5 Ml is NEW 20 k BALTZER AIXOWKD AT - . '5". 6yawjo List of Claims Tim iJ m T IVj iv Tf A w . ft - t ft f T! Ocl, Court of Claims, 1891, AWtMn!r i U oi cuimi, itoiiUy 1 ii mm ARE SHOWING cb ru .r piii 4 5Jj M SOME ITiSfiTl. . ! S"-- ttt'i cts il -- XT SEtr-ii- . Jiittl a 2TOW mwwmiTmuT COMPLETE I Wo olTor you many aYllMHk. Ml"! 'mm mtm 1 dajr ft J W liinl, J J Jgi.. I ily 0lui. ... J K lUirfvkf. 1 Ur ,inf, V 11 AtttWrr, 1 day at iiii4tnMM,M.M..M..M ) 11 MrOOii-T- I 1 um, .. , NAIi.t-tU J V IllHhMt U A WInn. H.t m pflitin w M), - ... Jnnr7 ... !; ....... .... ... ..... ,. M.. ronrt 3" ' 1 3 n ivjvriiv i ' '&..? SlBi IIbSH; .VRVt m lARGAXBTS IX TIIEIIt "?ailWf?5.,,afltVf(3tW'l' T H :i rauiid 1FjE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! Everything nt the ei-y Ofsiii 3P:R.XO:E3r3 I ! J W IMOM, Jmliii S,.,rn Ixr --miles, leu",... J OIlwilr,JiiV I. II HlDlwril. tUrifi Xov tltftluH aut mlleAge .. i I' lH.o. ilrrk il --. lrlldO. . Kll IlMIrt, ju lc u( vnlil l 0M I I -Jit IK- lllilt lullg A S r l Vh1I, k of slvt l.lHHtluiiliJ llnu J C Ilml, JuJtlf -- nl.l rlrcllun 4 II IVirjr, JuU (if I4tl -- lclNH X ItitmftifMnl, I i)n.v n ioh, a '"' Wv!. M tr"bfiJM V-- n V r, ViA' Viflri7 be the LiLItcd in IUofll. tlH.. r ll of, H"1 i iiu !l by many to cx-th- i j;?, Our Stock is Complete, in ill Line, and acknowledged IllisT and PKETflE.Vr STO(!K ever market. We have is T II Jwiiii.vu, A j;;; Xll il"l llolm-- t. f J It AJinif, JUifge uf rl-- ld l.l llOli,..r,jii,l.jr,M .Itarilf G J llerlKr, fkrk of lull Kll KIJIi.o, lii.l...r iMl,l.lctlon J (' n.ur.1,'1, iilfi-- r Mil Hn.ll.iN , II W lliirtuD. tiU rkctloN olwrtlvn Utl..n . it : Ati4 diIImm. c- . .. LOWEST Uiillroiul Time tabic. N., 0. ft 8t. L. It. II ti mux I UUK4, tut Tii Ni . IHun r m Trt s. vi. 3 w ' r i trl wllh PIa nixkx L N l MeKnnlr (ilnc norik, nJ it rIUi Iltttth C.M.p, r, Julg ff (.! ,Uciiu II ul rulil -- IMIIM llrrrn, I. II iViMi. ! tritf nU lMtt(an u.l iittlJ2e 1 l tltlk W a KvnnAj),Jit.lB- - of mM vlrctl-- n m. ii Atibtr;, jui-j- c omi.iiriion It A AMsDlrr, U,rlrTMMHcliHiHiwliiillinc II Mnrtun. lrclluii .. 1SU!..... J r. Almnitrr.JuJj MStorka. lb, l,r.ifuilet'il.ii Jill' ilrrkhl rT .iU Wnrllvualtd iulne- - 2 ml Sin 2IU ii 13 3E1SE3E5 TIUMMIMGS i C3r (Oe&30 rrO "tr ana J083PH TOHSOSIAL H. vJ. has returned again to Hickmnn and his first love, and SOU SE bin o 1?1 1M from the Cheapest to the very Finest, and Late Style at his Old .Stand nn Clinton Street, where he will he pleased to 8 nun wan upon ms oni customers ami as many now ones ns may chouse to come. Coattcsy and attention given to all. PARLOR, 1 olWlrl.l Aiul tin 8 7.1 H'l III) .'(.i 2l mi MA TCHl i Il.llf,)iiii.of-l'- l II tllHfonl, .hfrllt nlJ rlniton nn I' llauplu. 'Ink or l.l trctlen . J V ju l of l I plvtHH M l.re.., Ju.lir ,.f P..M ctrctloq K II I ti'i .mi BARR Y, HANG -- INVITE YOUll fNSVUCTION OW K Sim. S K J.lmton. l J 0 C V SnJtty, II.ijOi 0 V; nwln'txn ilrik vl olvtld...HM.H...M. ll.wMna Ju It. ol,. Id -- IfCllfni ...... .- -.. I, Ihrtrti, Jalr..rW Hfftloti ..... 1. 11 ntMrtt, l4lwlMtlii auJ mileage II V lUokluo. rl- - tk i.f Ml.l rtoHkHi.. .. jii.lfo ,.ll lvtlo ir H MiOh Ju.l,f f il IJ rUclMi ............. II flrwn, 0 W IIuM.iH, tl.rriff !! olMllMl nuJ Mlll2, -, V J Ilit, JaJsr of m. I. Wllr, .1,'fin of ,l.l iMtln........ C lutiH. IVrrjr, lliri(riiSI-l-rli- ii Ink uf t.l I uf JihI DuJ iuIIti 21,1 ........... .lt . iw l) ntlltg0 H . -- pl Ivctlan. 1ihIIijh..hh . . 174 HIV () w Sit) SIO M .... iiu Sim ZUl 7 2 CD Zttl M CLOTHIlTa Boats is full X PTJJIH l'iciittce, llaa O Jouc, rs. rqySMr hmim hk Eooa HATS JL3STD 'T'EISISSS, Old 13213, ESSBRS, c&o The'purnt matps and binds J. V lUrper, .MmiAreh. Mcllrjar, Pride of Woodford, Gucketihcliutr Hyc, Linculu Couuljr, and lbs Uitar 1'eper. V U iff" trl lie . le N N gln nnh M. V I'.IikU Jui-il- n J dioNenUrn tmw. MiilH N.rlTof h.'M ihp l"pliriinl (liuriU, nlthi Srt)m rtcrr ' lit nJ 3nl 8uail)r t i m., nr1 " p m i:fty KUJ ill 7 :i trl4 anil Ireturru (Im, 8 I'mui't.ll Htclor. LOOAT. NEWS. Mm. It. I,. Alexander is unit- ing in Mnjtlolil. ) I extinguished before much damage Mr. mid Mr. J. T. Steplmns was done. Misftisidppi. lmvo licuu viitiiig An editor down South shot Confer-MiThe Muinphlx Ainunil t'o.s T u blllfr ni n.no" niiir and killed no advertising agent, coiiveiipit nt Uovlugtoii, whn ;ixi can fti "l. C '. CrrUb t'hlll which fa nt leil mi exchange to November H.'itli. Car ' rif4iil to uk.- ml finrim'e'! "Tho piovoention i? not oJ Ftvtr 6olJ Uy 0. A. lo rnr (bll Dan Johnson, ono of 1101.01) Min:. Gtutcd; but If tho agent asked the county's vnluutilo eitlzenn, n. column patent Hev. N. MTtle.v,a Methodist editor to insert died lust week, ned .'fli 3'eard. medicine advertisement next to iiilssionnry, statloueil at Koln Ja- puro reading matter for one year, Tlio District Kiliteulloiiid pan, whoso homo Is at Fulton, this twenty lino leaders IioIiIh iti next Henniou in I'.iontv hu Riilli-i- l for the I'tiiteil and for $10, and take his pay in 'Dr. MuylK'lil, Noveintior JTlh and States. His health has broken! JayncB' Livor Keacher ' Iho editor his Mrs. 0. II. Iliitibard, who linn down under tho hard work of should ho acquitted on the grounds inisbiou. nt Hot Spring for novt-ni- l been of M. Snm'l Orr. ono of Cr.iveii w ceka, lu rejiorlcd uiiieli improved. Tho timo was in the memory moat highly respected. coiiiiu's Mrc. Henry Ainlicre; nnd son eitir.ens. dicil nt his home lour of many Inhabitants when the nro in Louisville, for the treatment miles West or Farnilng'.on, tho Mississippi river from Cairn to of her noil for no mo throat trouble. past week, at tho age of HO years, Memphis was nnvlguhlu the whole children year, but now, during tho low Vo nr out nothing If j on fet t4ils leaving a wife ami several is virtu Mater season, of "C I'.. C. Oruln Chill fure" from 0. to mourn his death. only practical for ally BiHpondeil ml It Unm not cure jour A. IIOI.CUMUU Kept in Stock the smallest ana lightest ursut C'lilll" nl Ktcr. It In eu .run'rnl. steamers, and hazardous to them. We are not only agents for Mrn. Joa. Imhiiii nnd children publications, but we keep Is this tho result of tlio natural lire off for several woolen' visit to constantly on hand a full line of changes of the livpr, tho increasCovington, Memphis, ami other Hutteilck's Patterns. ing levees on tho lower river, the points. Government obstructions at Plum I). K. WiM.ON & Co. 10 LM Point, or what! The raducah is still For a few old skinflints who "huiif-luflro" that Ih, tlio Presi- die off Mr. J. M. Fullerton, of Cape in Ohio eoiinu tho Hartdent linn iinincd no one to uuccced ford Herald thinks of substituting Girardeau, Mo., a grocery drumMulholhuid. for the customary complimentary mer for a St. Louis house, and who Not u barn of tobacco has mention this legend: "He died as is well known to the business men tiacti destroyed by flro In Craves ho lived too stingy to subscribe of llickmau, has brought suit against the Cotton Holt railroad county this schsou while curing, for his county paper.' for $30,000 for injurius received bo suya tlio Mirror. Prim-itivFid. Itobt. Helm, of the while alighting from a passenger linpilst Church, will llnnjos, Dr Violins, Ouilnrs, all Minis nt Rtubbs' Hcliool lloiue,proncli tialn at New Madrid some mouths Aeoordooiis, limps, mid near ago, by which accident ho claims of fixtures for Miisienl Goods, at Hlckmnii, next Sunday evening at to have received life injuiios. The 2 o'clock, After preaching, tho case was to lmvo been tried ioii;i l). H. Wilson & Co'h. in the Mr. H. W, Towlks, near Cajce, ordinance of baptism will bo ad- Mississippi county Circuit Court ministered to CAudidatcs at King's at Charleston, this week. lias hoIiI CSU acron of his farm to ' Mr. M. I). Johnson, mid u ipiui tor lioud. In Bomo localities, Bays the . Snin Crosslund hns announced Muetlou to ii Mr. Heeves, theio prieo paid being T0 nu himself a candidate for Circuit New South, live in Is too much tho past. Tho Judge In tho district of which teudoucy to ncro. Maylield and Craves county will pcoplo appear to cling to the idea Tlio Ooverninent onglucorR form a part, mid says ho Is "in it" that a rcputntion is inbeiitod. Hut liavo nt hist siicceoded in cutting to stay until the poll doses. Sum this is n mistake. Hvory man is oft' tlio Cumberland from tlio Ohio has imide a good prosecuting at- tlio architect of his own fortune, liver. Not ojjoiu.ii skiff can go torney and U a good lawyer. and should be tho builder of his from tlio Ohio into the Cumber-lauown reputation. Tlio youth should -- The Hlslinp of the Diocese, learn that a good reputation is river. lit. Kov. Thus. U. Dudley, will Tlio Oravos County Court of olllclatu at tho Church at Hickman something moie than a mute bub-Claims was in session two days Sunday, Nov. 1st, morning and ble. Tho sou who strikes out for last week. The poll (ax wan llxod night, nt H);.'H) a. in. and 7:.'f() p, t:i., himself nnd establishes a uamo nt -; general fund, 10n; court and in Fulton Nov, Ilrd. inoinmg surpassing his father's In no way Iioueo and jail, So, and pauper and night, ami at Coluuibua Nov, disparages, but rather udda lustre to It. This is an ago of progiosK. fund '! contH. 5th, mnrniug nnd night, We are lur ahead of our ancestors Ono. S. FiTznuaii, Strouhi: & Uiiob' High-Ar- t lu many things, ami it is a worthy Clothing discounlh nil other makes Missionary. ambition to not merely emulate for eleganeo of 111 and liuisli, To Thero Is, porhups, no 8iot in but to excel in all that la honorbo had only at all tho South that oll'eiH more en- able. To eater into business re11:18 JJAltzku & Shaw's, joyment to tlio genuine sportsman lying upon one's own mind and t linn Keel foot Lake. Lovers of will is far belter than to simply Mr. It. I;. Alexander, cashier know and of F, mid M. National Maul;, and tho rod and gun and many appre- 'plod in tho sumo beaten path, ciate this Tact, of them which has been trod by the dead Mayor John V. Cowgill, director nro already preparing of tlio Hickman Hank, left Tues thero this winter. A for u visit of agos. It is nu disrespset to the member of living or tho dead to pursue a day to attend tlio Hankers' Con- n Nashvillo club, who vlsitu the course, provided it Is convention in Louisville. lukn nnco or twine a year, said the sistent with Integrity of put pose. Tlio Father or W'ntora is at a other day: "I lmvo hunted ami Let go of the old illusions; grasp very low obi) Just now, but will no llshed all over tho Northwest ami !a Arm hold upon tho issues of the doubt mako up for It In the spring, in other pints of tho country, but hour; moot tlioin squarely; work Meantime the levees along the for plenty of gaum and a guanine upon them intelligently, and tho lower river aru being put in good good time, givo mo Iteolfoot end attained will bu u credit to tho condition for the tipilug Hoods. Lake.'1 labor bestowed, e Ten-iiesHe- c, meeting of the Knights of Honor will bo held tonight. A full attendance of the members Is desired. Tlio Klolmrd 1). Lewis Dm matte Compuny, billed to appear nt City Hull, Monday night last failed to iiatenub.e. Huck lUtos1 Is thophico to go to lmvo your eyes tested and titled to Spectacles of all kinds. S:22 Tlio Court of Claims or Htpl. man comity, nt i reci'iit icsson, allnncil claims to the hmoiuiI of $7,711.1 HO llxeil tho poll tn nt l.oti, ami 15c on the $100 worth of property for county Tho United States Mesnier Mississippi will leave rtt. Loirs on Iho 1st of next mo: ih lor New Orleans, with tho lulted States Itiver Commission on liosrl. to make thaaiiuual tourofluspeiuon. An tinpoitaiit purp-'tea. 8I1 Tho latest book out is "Don't It A tl.ni nikI mllffte . 2 Ml is said to John Aktml.r, llirrtfT ImMill olr,.,lH Marry." Tho author 11. Mwrtou. HKI f ou Il.jrou it ClwlH. Vii U) have spent a largo portion of his C W .tl.l iHO, llkkNun Onirki. fob! f in,uliUlnhtt IUIjii He escaped lOycars W Juhntun, H"ijrii' Htiilry data,, .... 271 n life In Clan. Kit UMiet, fur .ipor i.Wn Aim ago and is still bsldheadcd. 4 'huaoti llroa 1 Co, t Siting r (i,o-- r ........ .11,1 41110 JaJI rourt l4lHjrr lliuo,i,.M4(iwmuil.rlil- - lt.u oaiiplfm 10M The protracted meeting at tlio i II llHlrWril. I'll Mih:K rui4, Mcthudikt Church is still In pro- J J r lUmiliiriaiil, a, r Sr $4ti Neck Cr'k. Hi J Smith, l:ili-.- u t U. Utl .uMI'- H?MI gress. Kev. Hhtckanl, of Drcrdcn, i AltlLr; Kit... jll npplti, Af 11..S A miiIimk ,'rtooh-some highly W W ,iiMatr, lall Sir ,mUIc r, t lias been preaching WoUtor, lomj 01 t II Jfocli.iMa, I wiiii- -r Aecoubt interesting and instructive ser- T,M IS lKU'ill, l .iivimc MHJr srvf mons. Itev. Me'lill la also assist- I. e A W e KuUwna. , . T. J 11. mi W 7 n in tho meeting. Interest in J Sn ItoMurnht, iHHtlwr 011 Slot 1.IH rMl... S I'l ing !kt tvSm I'tlijrt. rajiliittQU-r- .. .... lilli M r (' Jotwt, iKu.brr .,n Troj rwuk. ... the meeting Is increasing. 3 mi 6 7!) Ilj-- f ftu KrtMIc N4il II A M Nrl Ur, lamlir ou MII4le lJ... 0l The ilwolliuft house of Mr. Alf. Ifarita. OKI a SaaUr - . 9ft WHI Harry, Hast Hickman, was TuwAia e.iatlil, iaHiKr acHial.... ri.a.1 WW ami J.ihn luilua , In Mr- discovered on flro about 7 o'clock lauallnwilvii, tianliiiK nurpoa la on Ik ... I fti ... 9 at rxt.l Saturday night, and ns thero had L J C'b It. injurant, Iniiil . on pul'ltw r.4 877 been no flro on the place for sev J U Mit-- j, I'rvirrwat lirlilaa ciaia,tMil.Nar .. C7 ' bo the I. C'l Wl' K luiaun, ir.alrln( Li. eral days, it is supposed to a 1c.'w r.w.1 tro , wotk of nu incendiitr.v or at least f, I.I laraalttor, Jllr f areiiHHt W Tajlor, c mitr ... iiai I j its origin iiuaecouutnble. It was MFO'lal-- l luhoil Jll n.l af'l ... J.1U1 J J Jo- -t Ju IfC i.l iw.i , J V JHli, ul ontil olmloti Iluch0n.tior. hn(THpN-llt uJ lultona J 1 cMkof "ljfl-.llu- n . . J T Wlllluhiu,j.d(- - of hl V II Atlobftr. Ju 't i.fM olnll, OuUiurii, i li t.f alir(, ioh i I tin: iU) illi of Xew and Desirable Goods Km il BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS &c. L'RICESIREABOXAULE, ACCOllDING TO QUALITY AND A C B in Great Variety. A! J3 tenkftziZl FAW.MIW1RS'? GO TO Carpels, Oil Cloll), Window Shades, Lace Curtains, H tm- -4 ll Fresh Fancy Groceries Constantly on nnn.ns UCUllU) Hand ! T-l- gm&mZm&yl ,t p , emeu VinUlI, niiMnc UUIaUU. .ItrJULLII.U, F.snmniMn nu o UiLU, daimtq lflllllll AQQ ULI1UV ni &c, it- Call and Price our Goods and you will..we Money! l3a7jfliir.Ti- ', A ei.ki-lr- rjr J. AMB1E A C1IIU $1,-33- 3QBTS. )' 1 bM - . rswTK? H jaK ". aa H- - j- - -i Tr or.u,Br nn, niu uyuniiu uual I aa i uuuuluj -. . I r 7 PI (JI I I r. 3rfc--i:frva- f FOIt ON'E OP Td031i - . Beer Oases.. The Uest Thing Out ! Every Fanner Should Hnvo One! 11 j - Hick-niti- u llty-lw- What becomes of the eeuntj's nioiHj, it may be interesting to know. Without claiming to bo accurate, in round numbers, m,Mtralll ali4 JuHf'trac't . SlvHI r II It. l.ABilio, tUrirT, (Hi of it goes for bridges and T Juliumu, arcuuiil. IH Sam'l Heckkalu, brMfa oti Itttal, Ctr m (kIU roads; $2,3 Hi goes to pay county ChiiI- - A llr.'wu, l.rlil on I1ub Crwk ... 72 larlii'ua ait.1 Tjriar, taaier avtfliM, Aa. ........ ii olllceis, also including allowances 10 r (Mhar. iroalae brtaaT ...auj lumbf.... 31 Vi to jailer, sheiilT and county clerk; lari airua al lnHf.l 1.31 to J r. lM,aiiti, tnttilaroM Stale i,iJ .. ,H...m. pauper expenses; Kin. Vtilaoii, lt.4lHn MuilClM-- lnr. () $!o0 to 172 for M CO olUceis of elections, mid Sh,, JailJail ,)iaa, nil II llrriat.t. IH 16 aai.).e jail supplies which ic separate II Int. rinlBir. Inlilga iiiilr,r raJ ..... luui 14 Tn from allowances out of jail fund. Wham., lumlMiron tiMlilla I, JI Co lumlvr for yalluaa .. IlirkniiH M'J mid further 1 II Ji'liaa..!!, a.algQiMt aunilrr cUlui,.M. (a, For more accurate .... J USauudcre, ut. I'nMio Stimuli 15 Ul paiticulars sco statement in this I Wataon. 'oriia ttirfiiateryu l.i '.UJl.li, Iiaulluz on iHt.Iic rnd ... 7 III paper. IniiilKir tt' 1 HTM iS-rV JIA.VKN. 9 0.01- - r"r 11 II . CO HA 1 I1IXJ 11 11 A A 1) ni,-- l A , (1 (11 To tiit ijtod fopU oJorJjn: Weilu tacot ilnccrely Ibnnk nnJ appreciate the tiotile, ccnerotiii, tinJ-Iioor''- il peo'le of JonUu for ihs Iielpinc Land and connollng aclg during Ike lote illnois. death and bnrln.1 of our Jcu Tillier. The; lie iiittiembercJ fmiotifc-- , llie dear-e- al will of our friend, not onl for the helii anil oonaolaiion in our la'e (rouble, 1ml (or the Mr.li rrea.ul our (jood father hml for Ihetu. Thiie he IomiI, anl sppially those who almlnlitcreil to hia l:it wuuta ntid necN, will errr be held dear to May (iod lili" mi 'I comfort Ihem all through life, U our tirayer. N. W.UIFOUD, EU eer B Hi cf A. W. LINDSAY, i HICKMAN, KY. Murr,ll. jSLitor-aoy-at-Z- tt, :15 General Insurance Ag'ts. TOKNAUO, MARINE, L1FI3 AND ACCIDENT1 Ccspmiss Oinco with It S. DE. MilC-'SC A.. A.. 1A.RIS KENTUCKY u. FIRE, PHYSICAH HICKMAN, AND SURGEON -- ! aril - llilkw, r"j'i! r.l'K on II. il CbWi,.. 15 Uu J.MliUa Naflnr. alt.aiHl aalViHIiti' JllJcv. UIHO It llurr.'ll. llca--- l aa Count) Alloinrj .... u.)liO maillcAl areoiintw...w... J S -Outtru, 2 ml W' self-defens- J II I Jaj Jualk. Octalar Ovurt . lasil Jrfl raaall, 1 d Ju.tl.t. ..1.1 trni. ........ ... lliarW IIiiiIr, 11 Jay ja.tlca alJ larui, llataa, ilayjaallra ralil lnii.-....- ,.. Jaa H lMrkinaon, 1 Jaj Jtialleaaakl J.WH II .MiKlahaa, 1 atay Jaatln. a, SI tcnu W It I'ark.'r, iUy aal.t J K Ilu.li.irl. 1 Jay J i a I J J Jont 1 Jar jiill- - aaM t'rat ....... if Claiai-- Ali.n4r, . T)lor, (U nuir rlaiwa unjar SVlW ...,... W7 Sim ,1 Oil 3 Ul JalUaalJtrm... l.ta ruuj Staviroa ltrl.,., H 3t imvi'-utio- u Aitnprlata.l jprv,rlataj 1.1 ta K Mala W tl 3 Ul 3(M a 1X1 ...,. 3iaj 3IU 2a lai CiHaj Hut-terick- 's Tola! clalraa all.iva.) mil eouatjr IfirelMI, $1,117 IS CtalMaatloaajAtlt nf Jail Fumt: J W Cnwuill, ...Irnfa .... Itl ( T II Jolinaoii, Intrraat on aitaanaa 7t HI a I. Alrittnltr, atalgnre J 11 l.attui. II 10 lvt:mdt Tho fall season is hero in nil Hundreds of women will votd its fullness, and it is a remarkablo 3STH'W $340,00(1,0(10.011 fact that the merchant is here with in tho school election in Chicago INSURANCE AGENCY all the fullness tlioreof mid tho next mouth. OFFICE OVEit IlICIvMAN BASIC, laud. It is a pleasplenty of the ing sight to sco our mot chants' KENTUCKY'. HICKMAN, New Advertisements, well-ken- t stores teeming with ele J. F. UOl'STEU now ropresontB gant displays of all that man or "woman could think of or wish for a full line nf Insurance Coinpaniea IfiOHJSK 2'ZE SAIaK. Life, Fire and Accident. Ilo to wear, to cat, to uso for ornaMy residence pl.i.v It com dm about A neat rittngeand two Iol, lu 7ol 0 acrec; about 1 utn-i- In orohai J, connirtl-in- i! solicits your business. mentation or common service, in . ODlcc iu Laclede block-or Apples, l'ear. Penlim, l'lunis, such an abundance, and placed on IHrkman for tale. For torniaC.t.c., Hpply to 0 0 SMITH. Cherriei, Grapes, eU., all clmice frulla. exhibition in such a manner as lo Total Assets i 10-1- SUlerf, Brothers anl Molbcr. OrFIIP.S his Prufosslonal Servicei lo of Hickman and vici&Ily Tolal..... Amount County My attract notice and comment. Good oUtern oud well, IS4 19 i.avC.r!TVI.ATIOX. daa by hHarftT at par Eesider.ce and Store House house on corner Clinton nnd Kentucky at roe'a, and nl'o the residence on same lots, la offered for eale nt n reaaonnblc prico and on goml terras. Tor further information ml ItfM IKAEL CI.AltK, Cayce, Ky., or apply to The more two-stor- y rontlnaoJ Oclubar, imil. a'tlfuirnt .....1,13711 4,117 10 nnd ail neceaiary Conmulent ta iho College. For olhor I'eniM will he male eatyiiiformatlou call on or aJd h poRl-ofU- e g clalmt allnaaj Una larui ky TOM FALL AND WINTER 7jlT-l- f DIHN, Sit, Jkinan,Ky. 3. T. DATTJ.S, il.itornoy - at - Laxv, Office, Clinton St., Laolcda 13 lock,' HICKMAN, Will KY. mclil 1 . llalanra In MirrlTa li.in.la llik balanra la eilljart tn.la.liKtt.ili af an.l flitrtrl'i riuuuilMlan f r etill-rttkt tu ba alluarnlat Jaiiiitry Conn of CUIr.11, ISfi. JAIla FUND. r aeltlumiiit Dal liiSl.trKTa lian.laaa ltyiUimaalliiaiaJ OrtnUr titui.....,..... 1U1mi w e'lrnd promptly lo hi care. lo all biislDeas 'DO 47120 131 QEOUOK 10-1- WAURKN. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE lu ') o .Mint, In SlirrlfTa banda ............. 337 10 fori in Hickman. Ky. W. P. A Taylor, COUNTY CLUIK. n uttention of tho Ladien is now id to mv Lurco and Hean- icrte lift) Block of tioti , o Rising Hickman Artist. . d 1 6- ' dlf-lote- Tho visitor to Noonon's Hick-maArt Gallery, inspecting tho beautiful work ou exhibition, ami noting the gindual improvement he makes in tone, expression anil general make-uof each succesThanking you for past favors, sive picture, will soo at ouco that Mr. Noonou denerves to bo con- hopo to inetit a continuance of tlio sidered a rising young artist, ouu same. that loves his profession, ami one ADDIE L. JONES. in whom tho community may feel n piidc. lie is continually imIliickloii'a .riiti-i- i flalto. proving 011 his ovni work, and will I'nln, Tiik ultimately educate and load popu- IlfiiUes,IImt Sai.vs In the world for IVvtr Sorea. UlciTa, lar tnsto Instead of following it us Nircs, Teller, Oliiinl Kail Itheiuu. IlnniU, Chllblniim, do 00 many "piotnro-takurs,He t .irn, and nil Sk in l'ruiiion, and is building up a prolltublo busicuies I'llea, or no pay rei(Uird. It ness, and that too over the em- ugiurinlccd to yle pcfrrt aitUfarlion. barrassments of the failures ot or mono refunded. IMee 5 eat t. some predocosHors. Tho which nx. Fur note by 0. A. Ilulooiube, proves that gootl, honest, meiito-rioiiwork will bo rewanlod. Good Looks. Ida prices 1110 popular. If you wisli any work, from the ordiflood looka are more than nMn dep, nary photograph to the ilaptndltiK upon it lieilily iiindiliou of all the vi tnl nrgiinit India ink work, givo him a call. If the l.lvcr Im inr.cllrc, 1 " iui-lively Mr. It. T Douglass, hating contracted lo build a larje new Hole In Uniou City, In reul the Commercial Hotel, iti K "a I i embrnecH nil the uowest nnd thU city, of which he in proprietor Will lib t approved styles in the Fnsh- - alio let! ibeKurntture, fixtures, Ao., to mU hotel. The house la doing a io lino ovemcH. Tlio l'iKis ami by l uncies in Millineiy nro far too pood balne, belnjr well patronlied any (.'omiimrjlal men, VoHetilon given at litftnerouu to uiCHtion. but 1 assure lime. For parllcuhire, terma, &o., .uuYithiit ovciithing kept in my It. T. DOUULASS, lliwj, Will bo found bore, nnd that 10 0 lllokuaD, Ky. my prices mid st.ilcB mo both satTOWNPRDPJTUORSALEl isfactory none will gainsay. JKTER HEADWEAR, f Hotel for Bent. re THE "BOSS" I Sp c! lb Immk Ut. EAlcIS & PAKKEKf-ffBTUEEt' ob hand ' : KENTUCKY "'"P constantly KECVS sale for L're nd HACKS. H0KSE8, DUOaiES purchased Ihe stable, horsea and enure outfit of W. U. I'lumrorr we p'opose to continue the business, and solicit patronace1 lITlng a, S OLIVER, Blacksmith and (Jnderlaker A. Tho property of I'ullllp Ilatlwr, deo'd (InrllltiK buuift on Cumhi-rUlialreet, nnd the nairou nnd hlackfunlth thop, corner Wnbiib nud Cunibarlniid, la ollered for anle on reasoaubU ternm. I'or particulars apply to C. 11 IUUV.KH, Hi.kmaii. Ky. 'J d 1 1 '&83i$s I . HICKMAN, "i&StJ&Sz: K'KNTUOKY. Jc.v J :" i "I 1 1VK MB A Hluok-iniiUii- ij; liMMa iloi.e, when yon a spei-Ull)- X or repaiia nu Mil YVagflna, &o IVALVU IN alao keep a full Hue of CYPRESS Seasoned (IHO. N. HKLM, nt his Sioro in lUsl llickm.tu. near tbu It.illroad Depot. 0 6 FENCING FOR SALE, l.'yprem FenolriE ior aale, liy C'li-iJ- i STAPLE AND fANCY. -- jx-- r Diug-.'la- a He-side- lifo-sizo- The reason that I). It. Ilryunt lias markod down nrieon, and Is selling Gioecries so low, is that lie buys for cash and sella for cneh. Call round and tost tho itirVoronoo between cash prices and credit piicoB. l:10:'l)L bv til, I Camniiin, UoMwnoil, and Solid Mask Wat- -' I Atlil mil I'uiline und Ouata, uliiflli can up mi lsrt n alien, nd l toawmblu liiao iu a eau. I rlM. lo'f Hhnp near l'-- s Jail. iuay'i.Vfc! Undertaker's aoodc, H.r.j2r., Fua lashajaij lisnra, id -I bjickman garble Works, AT. 'A ed over tho report going tho of tho press Hint Illinois produces more whiskey than alio duos. Memphis Appeal, No, no, the pain Is because sho drinks more. ICi.jmJOKY Is considerably pain, you liavo a llllloua Look, If your Ktmunoli be ilNoidured you htvn i lljtpepiio IaU, if Jour Kidnoya he jSacled you hnto a Secnrv (,'oml hfallli and l'liliht'il Look you will hue i;ool laoki. ICleetrie Itinera la iho great nllertilieHtiil Tonlunen dirtily on lliulo lul orumn. Cinea I'iinplw, lliiilchca, IliilU nud gtvm a Kind Bphl ut 0. A. IlolooaiU'j Drug-twr60o. fcr buttle. KI.OI It "0011101111110111." Full Fatent, ns good aa can bo mado out of wheat ovory bar- Iatilloi UlCKMAr, B. C. pi MONUMENTS, 11 AM AGE, OKALKH U or noeounl, nro reijurate I lo come forward ul onco and nettle, or their oUlnu will ho plaood la Iho hands of an officer far oal. leoilou. 0iue ut out) and thereby ive Mat. 1 meaa what 1 y. JOHN M'lTTlKO. l'arlles ludcbied Take Notice!by nole either lo me, 03 2 id giiaraiitood. I U.e "Id Hellulilo 'dl.il- - Mauui.s Italian and Auerioan UBAVK TOM II AND I "J'AVINO iu I'l.UWS. VVl'LOAN." iho I"-- 1 pui iu Fulian oouutr soil. J IaBMONTtJ, AU. a Tull ICU liuo of UHQyiUIIIlb, 'hljl l'luw thut a uer 3 k wy p,,rcdloftll ullordois. Call and exan,lii ! STONES. a flue lot of Ame- rlean und Italian Marble, 1 am pro- ato-i- 0LU03.&C. Omlera atlcah "rk fraui the country prouptly ViWW'Wta9r7aWS( aaM papaaaaasaaaaaaaaaaMM avaBBaaaHHMaaaaBBBaaajaaajaaajaaaaaaal Ltihrf&kiK l ,v'i , IffM .ii' ' Jii,X4ikK.'ji i '1 '' '"".' V .12il LC4i. rSa ! , j'M r. ki (J :sj!i, ir'i'''ilHiLimdivriJ.lt,. ' Mf'ii,'i3v'r,.; .U',.',. Jjr-TiMiT.'. :. Ti fhii '. t , ;' I'll .xWZivmMm iiiiiiimiiHW i m-?.';m:'-v'$m P m'-yi- , W liil ?. ,rM KENTUCKY STATE NKWS. Mint. I'.wtr.r, tlio itry pcoil tlrtunincr nttoinptpil Mtlclilo liy ciittlnir Ills lliroat wltli a raror nt til liomo nmr (Jutlirle, ti fow evening atnce, li.t died at hi, liomc. The cause of hi iiinrilty I not Known. Tin: following patent wcro lisitnl for ICcnt itchy: Theodore J. A slitejr mid A. I) Mellon, fjobrcc, press; llenrj I' Carrlco, l'nducnh, wnslilnp mnclilnc; Clind. V. Xnndy, Clnjrvlllo, nttnclimcnt rvlw TIPS ON THE WEATHER. rinns nf tho Signal Service for riratterlnft-Itruri-CH-- HARRISON'S HYPOCRISY. s t Tlirnn-j- h i for .nv bucks; Job J. Smith, Frank fort, cowentcherj Cleo. I). Splllmiin, Cincinnati, O,, nifrnce to A. J. I'crtn, Newport, pndlock; Clin. .Stiller, Louts vllle, enr coupling. y Thk worehouso of CnpU Jnmes M. Thomas, on llrtnk How, 1'nrls, occupied by the ltensley it Khacklcford Carriage works, burned the other morning1. The flro stnrted In the paint shop In the third story. Tliero were also Morcd In the second story nbout 25,000 pounds of tobneco, tho property of John Mnnsllcld, nnd seventeen new wngons owned by Ostan Kdwnrds which were a total loss. Tho insurance on tho tobacco had run out on the 7th of this month, nnd not renewed. The loss Is estimated at $20,000, with 5,000 insurance, on the house Cnpt, Thomas has lost tno largo plnnlnp-mill- s 'besides this house by fire in the past sixty days, this bclnf the only one of threo with any Insurance. A Ilr.UilAN syndlcato has purchased 1 50, 000 acres of coal, Iron nnd Umber lands in eastern Kentucky, Including the Cumberland Vnllcy Colliery Ca's plants nt rinevllle. for 55,000,000. CiiABt.ra 8. STKWAnT, ono cJ tho most tronblesomo and dangerous as well as one of tho best known counterfeiters of money, was the other day convicted in the U. H. district court at Louisville. TiiF.nn were 0,000 persons at tho Lexington race track a few days ago. Direct paced threo exhibition miles without a skip in 2:11, 2:10f, 2:I0K respectively, tho last hnlf of tho second heat being made in 1:03). IIkk Fiui.kv, for many years one of the most daring and persistent moonshiners tn Eastern Kentucky, was run down by United States Marshal Coone Moore nnd landed tn jail tho other morning. Ho was captured in Elliott county at his father's residence, and was fo'ind sleeping with a rlflo In his our-Mortuo-horso Wahiunoto.y, Oct 15. Prof. liar rln-t-- n, chief of tho wenthur bureau, has forniulc'ed plans for furnishing forecasts to farmers nnd residents of small towns. An of ficial circular has been Issued announcing thnt the bureau wishes hi find In every town and vlllngo n responsible person who will undertake to display weather Hags. When them persons ore employed tho forecasts 111 be telegraphed to them nnd tho people will know what kind of weather to expect Tho Hags nro to bo made of tin, nnd their size, rdiapo nnd color with tho code of signnls, will bo as follows No. I White flng, 0 feet square, w ill indicate clear or lulr weather. No. 2 Illuo Hag, 0 feet square, will indicate rain nnd snow. No. a White nnd bluo flurr. foct square, will indicate Unit local rams or show crs will occur and that the rainfall will not bo general. No. 4 White ling, six foot sq'iare, with black squaro in center, will Indicate the approach of a sudden ami decided fall in tho temperature. This signal will not bo displnycd tinlcw It Is expected that tho temperature will fall to 43 degrees, or lower, nnd w U be ordered displnycd at lenst twenty-fouhours in ndvanco of tho cold "wave. When No. ft Is displayed, No, 4 a always omitted. No. 5 Illack triangular flag, 4 feet nt tho base and 0 feet long, nlwatt refers to temperature. When paced above flngs Nos. 1, 3 nnd 3 It .wvl indicate warmer weather. When paged below tho numbers It will locjjate colder weather. When it if'iTorals-playe- d tho Indications arc that the temperature will remainStationary, or r tlm I n ml. "pjj 5 v (Impel lor It rpuli llc.ui Miiirirr. President Harrison, who eatuo out to Chicago to open a theater, was nimble to make a Journey hither for the purat the unveiling of a pose of assl-t'n- g monument to Grant He wrote, however, to it committee on invitations, tajing incidentally: "I nm glnd to know thnt Gen Greshatn, who was so honorably associated with Gen. Grant in the campaigns of tho army of tho Tennessee, has been selected as the cnitor of the occasion, nnd do not ilniiht that his personal knowledge of (lie great coiumaiiibr will enable him to s,ir.ik u fitting phrnso of one whose relation to me was only that of n reunite but beloved commander in chief." Judge Orcsham fully justified the con II de n ce reposed in him, a habit in the man. Judge Greshiuu, by the way, is tho same man who, In sss, was proponed ns nn opponent in the republican convention of that yenr of the other Imllnnlan, Mr, Harrison, but was not chosen. To such vacancies ns have since occurred in the supreme court Mr. Harrison has not seen fit to promote the gentleman of whoso ability to speak fittingly of Grant lie condescends to speak a word of praise. Judge Greshatn was not personally a candidate for tho repub lican nomination three years ago, nnd probably does not chnngo his mind with tho illght of years. He is iti tho Judiciary, apparently to remain, nnd if President Harrison were of bronl and disposition tho highest possl-bi- o honors of the bench would bo given him 'flic president of tho United States, n beneficiary of tho Dudley blocks-of- A Hone nt llnnir-Mii'- lr rest of tliom following with frequency. FALSEHOOD EXPOSED. If not regularity, up to the picunil The ;fl piiMlclli. itlll Kllrklnit to llm Tin time Whether the list Is c.xhniMted I'liile llitmmit. does not yet npponr, but It is probable In. ielr anxiety to say soincinitig lor that tliero nro others too rotten to bo Mrhinlcv bill, tho organs of the much longer Those Instiparty have been filling their j-tutions wcro in reality not banks nt nil. They were leeches which tho Quay coin Aiim with reports of tin plate In e cry part of the counsystem allowed to suck their fill from try; jnd, ns soon ns ono statement Is the state. When, with democratic success, Quay oxMtecd, nre nlwnys ready with n now was no longer omnipotent In Pennsyl- ono ns to some establishment In another vania, these banks iK'gan'to stutiv. The frnnd has boon very cntiliiled, but still tlio refall, astonishing tho country with the disclosures of their rottenness. Con publicans will affect to believe In tho temporaneously, similar disclosures existence of these factories; until after hnvo Wen mado tn other stales, for the tho election. From u democratic standpoint, tt political bank Is not confined to i, though it has flourished there really docs not matter wnother tho mnnufiuturo of tin pinto shall be establuoro than anywhere) else. In Pennsylvania eneh one of these, political lished in this country or not To tiiako banks la tho hciKlqunilcr.s of a our own plate will cost, nt tho present ring of politicians masquerading rate of duty, sixteen million dollars ns financiers. ring Tho was inoru. tlian it will cost to Import it sometimes local, but In the case This will bo far more than the total of tlio Philadelphia h.inlcs It as- wages of tho men to whom It will o men, acpired to national importance, lloth give employ meat, nnd Ntedrtng- ntute and national olllco holders were cording to more or less Involved in the ring which nans, who holds himself out us a gnlned control of the Philadelphia city tinned plate manufacturer, must be Imtreasury, operating it hi connection ported. It Is not worth while to a now industry nt such n price witli tho Keystone and Spring Garden national banks. For years under Quay's Tho republicans, however, have boe control of stnte politics, there in every trying to make capital out of works that are purely mythical, reason to bcllevo that tho Pennsylvania state treasury hns been operated ntiilAt has been necessary to c.xk on the same plan, nnd It is not nt all thojfnlsehoods that hnvo born clrcu surprising that Quav has made most late ,i ith lefereiice to them. Louis- strenuous efforts to shut off nn investi- vill lourirr Journal. Vi gation of the period during which the treasury was under republican control. fl e FAIR PROPOSITION. Hut for tho fact that the chnracter of ilM d, Inrrranetl Trln .ITrrtt lha V w these batiks wos patent, pub tVorkliiKinrn, V lic confidence in banks In general might PnmptK'll is making a magnlfl-W'shavo been seriously impaired by theso Whether ho shall be repeated failures at u time when nn- - im? ho has shown himself to -man-tifii.irtly Peiin-svlvanlith-stin-plat- lf C COST OF LIVING IN MEXICO. VlGTIMS OP Temporary Ab From l'uclt J r RATION. B1IP11 j ' arms. found. Rev. Kathek Fiiaxcis Wctts, eccle siastical superior of tho Lorettoans, died at 3 o'clock tho other morning, at Lore t to convent, in Marion county. Crotiieiis A, lino., dry goods, Hards-towhave failed for SJO.O00. Their assets more than cover the liabilities. News has been received from Sebrec City, a station north of Hopklnsville, to the effect that a gambling house thero was raided the other night and three prostitutes nnd three men arrested by White Caps and taken to the woods some distance from the town and whipped into a stato of insensibility, after which they were warned to leave the country. Notices were then posted calling on other parties by name to leave the country or share the same fate. There is great excitement over the afiair, and there nro grave fears of further trouble In that community. trotters were sold at Lexington a few days ago for $40,415, Nellie McGregor bringing $7,750 Mrs. Aiivjin, a popular lady of Crof-ton- . a station north of Hopklnsville, was bitten by a poisonous spider the other evening, and lies at her home in a very critical acd suffering condition, with little hope of her recovery. She hasbecomo delirious. A riiKK kindergarten school has been successfully established at Versailles. Thk city of Henderson has been indicted for permitting an unhealthy nuisance. A stock company is being formed to rebuild tho burnt district at Columbia. James 11. He.nhv, a painter, wh.llo working on u large building at Berry's Switch, Carter county, fell tho other morning from n scaffold thirty feet, breaking hU arm and two ribs and fracturing his skull. Ili Injuries are pronounced fatal by his physician. A railroad tax collector, while making a speech in favor of the tax at Grayson, the other night, was egged by some small boyo nnd driven over the county line. The sentiment against tho tax there Is general and very bitter. Thk Lexington Foundry Co., which recently burned out, wants to raise its capital stock from S17.00P to $50,000 and rebuild. Citizens of Dixon, Webster county, have warned all sellers of whisky to leave the town, nnd most of them havo accepted tho invitation. 1H..NMS a guard at the woik-houswas killed tho other night in a fight with John McGrnth nnd Dan McAuliiTc, nt Llevcuth and Delaware streets, I.oulbvillc. Tho pistols of the two men aro of the same uiuko nnd cnllber, nnd it is uncertain which fired the shot that cuusrd Fitrpatrick'b death, lloth surremli-M'i- l to t lie police. Hickman county Invites Immigration by its toasts of being a w orld beater in sorghum molasses. Fire nt Owensboro the other afternoon destroyed Jho Templo theater and tho wardrobe of the Mario Greenwood Opera Co. '1 he lots Is nbout $45,000. " TWENTY-BEVE.FiTZi-ATlilC- appointed postmaster. At tho session of the State Grand Lodge of the following officers vi ere elected for the ensuing yean Grand master, W. G. Simpson, of New Liberty; deputy grand master, II. II. Wilson, of Lexington; grand secretary, Wra, White, of Louisvillo; grand treasurer, Geo. V. Morris, of Louisville; grand warden. m. Remington, of I'aris. Mr. White has been secretary over twenty years, nnd Mr. Morris has been treasurer thirty-fou-r years. Tub court of appeals, in an opinion of Judge Ilcnnett, affirmed the judgment of the Green county circuit court In assessing a fine of $900 and costs with interest against the Louisville and Nashvlllo Hallway Co. for running n construction train in Green county on a Sabbath day tn 1887, nnd making repairs to tho railroad which, for the reason that the Lranch in tho county had no passenger trains on Sunday, could have been repaired on nny other day. The fine was for a violation of the Sunday law In which the court of appeals, while holding It Taltd. draws a distinction between necessary and unnecessary work on that day. Chief or roues McNutt, of Ma field, arrested John Alexander, colored convict, who escaped from tke branch penitentiary at Eddvvlllo on the night of October 11. W. II. I'orE, the bank teller, who decamped eighteen months ago with of the Louisville City Nallonnl Hank's money, has been indicted In the federal court The purpose Is to facilitate cxtradil.on in case be is s SfiO,-00- 0 A tost office has been established at Palo, Ohio county, and Edgar Ingleh.irt was cxtluct. At llardstown, the other morning, Maggie, tho seventecn-ycar-oldaughter of Geo. Applegate, while helping her inoth-- r U. clean tho house, was sweeping tho front room of the dwell-ing- , where, under the bed, lny a shot-guloaded with This she tvent to move in order toswevp under the bed, when it wns discharged, the load completely disemboweling her, nud in a hort while life d double-barreled n Luck-shot. ( bole lllcher ui vu Infamy, and the president's good tional finances have been thrown into bo the most courageous democratic .... iI Jo O .... yt) friends from Pennsylvania, John gleat eonfusion by republican reck leader and tho best stump speaker In SlIKKl'-OcK- JMl act. vis loctiulre SM and Matt Quay, might read lessness. but the public has been quick the west I.AMIIr llutcbti I 1 t'IX)UIt-ri- nlr .. J gi tho after portion of Judge Greshatn' see that there is no mora connection to Speaking nt the center of tho glass OKA IN VSlllST Na 1 address with interest if not with profit between legitimate banking und tho and pottery industries, and ngntn In tho No. 3 red . W tVrn No. mtxrd .... "Men who contribute money to bur schemes of these ringsters than there mining and iron region, to grcntcrowds OutSo t1 miied votes nnd to brilx" tho people's repre- - is between banking and burglary. The of -. l nltr, ,naT, I'mf. linrrinirtnn "protected" workingmeu, . . . lire No. ehoici.... IlM to lmv tlm flno- lUnlnr,1 senthtlvcs, ns well as those who dis- - failures havo had an excellent effect, Gov Campbell asked them to their TOIIVCCO Msdluralnf li o burse it, are deadly enemies to tho re in fact. They have driven a number of faces how many had received an Inon railroad cars. The starting points Oov1 If t HOI public. Their greed and love of power political ringslers out of the banks into crease of wages since tho tncreasn of PltOVIMONP Mm pork 7 of the trains on nil the railroads will I.inr to fifty per cent tn nUTTKU-rtiartdi- pr'ux slum be supplied-evermorning with the are greater than their love of country. exile or prison and they have so edu- from twenty-fivlrj ... W Prime forecast, and ono man on each train They impair popular respect for law, cated the public that when a bank goes tho tariff on the products of their AIM!.H-Rrrr- to rhotcc crnrv... 1 SI 1 B. bbl will Ik! assigned to the duty of display- which is the only safeguard for life into politics, or politics gets Into a labor. POTATOES-- lr bbl I U and property; and it will be an evil day bank, the public will bo better ublo to ing the flags. The answer in each ca-s- was: "Nary NKW YOHIC Tlio professor hns also invented s for the nation when its preservation diagnose, hereafter, tbn symptoms of one!" KI)Un-rlrtoKn- tT I S) a t is Gov Campbell plon to have locomotives and factories depends upon their patriotism and tho most deadly disease to which bankboldly challenged aitAl.S Wbrat Ungraded tJ Vi u t v 1 0I 1 It, ns.ir.s f mlied,.. n Maj. McKinley to name a single prowhistle the forecasts for the informa- courage. They may masquerade in ing is subject St Louis ICepubllc. Com-- N IH3 t1 ird tion of farmers who live too far nwaj the garb of righteousness and address tected Industry in tho state of Ohio ... 40 SI ts NO PLACE TO STAND. OH U to seo tho flags. Notification will bo the people in the language of patriotiwherein the wages have been Increased POUK-- Nr iM.. given iu every town nnd village where sm, but their virtues aro assumed; The Unstable Xulure of He publican foun- by tho operation of his tariff law. Tho LAUD Western C1I1CAOO. governor mado the fair proposition to there .is a steam whistle that at a they are hypocrites nnd assassins of dations. 4 W O t M Wlattr ptenu... his opponent to "givo him tho votes of certain hour every day tho whistle liberty und would welcome a dynasty No (I Id t red..., The republicans seem N rather than shed their blood In defense hard pressed to find an to be unusually all tho men whoso wages have been tlilrat o sprtDf ... O IS will sound tho signal to Indicate issue that titer yoro No of popular government Their shamethe probable Increased by the bill if no will gho tno weather for the ... Oils No. o s.'H less nnd insidious attacks on free in- can comfortably or confidently rest the votes of all tho men whose wages roilK-M- ets .., ensuing twenty-fou- r Fachours. a sin upon. Tho McKinley bill was tried I.AUU-Stc- irn c a JiH tories will receive tho forecast by tele- stitutions nre infinitely more dangerous last year and found more treacherous haven't been increased by it," and "on HALIlMOItH. the revolutionary teachings and than a rotten reed. Now they graph und locomotive engineers will than 4 M Q 4 a hove that basts," he declared, "I'll carry FliOtW I'amlijr I OI1 GRAIN Wheal No t. receive it at their starting points. The practices of a comparatively few vis- shifted to the silver leg. but fail to find Ohio by 730,000 majority." J tl , Corn lined -misguided men aud women in u warning signal to attract attention ionary nnd The tariff was raised on tho pretenso Oau-Ul- ird this change of position the relief 31 u 1'4 will bo what is called tho long blast, In our largo cities." . ... of paying higher wages to American I.AHIi lUtlned u that they hoped for These are words that ought to sink lltl) lasting twenty seconds. After this sig-nTho New York chamber of commerce, workingmeu. It has proved a fraud. (TATTI.K-K- int qunllty 4M u has been sounded blasts of from deep into the heart of any political sin- a purely business body, ntr its first Monopoly C . . takes all tho increased IIOO ,u 7 W four to six seconds' duration will refer ner capable of repentance. Hut will meeting after tho summer vacation, profits, and labor can blto its thumb. INIHANrOI.IR. JHed ... O 9H to the weather; short blasts of three it lo possible for the Pennsylvania passed, with only ono dissenting vote, N. Y. World Oorn No.9 u u1 seconds each will refer to tho tempera- and Indiana boodlcrs and managers of a resolution condemning the disturbOats No 3 3 ture, thovi for the weather to bo the republican party, tho futfrlcrs, and ance of tho currency caused bv tho nc-POINTS AND OPINIONS. LOUISVH.LE. Ft.Ol'R-Wl- nlr rascals to hear and tlon of the last republican congress nnd the blocks-of-fivsounded first like this: ptnl Ited ... OKAIN-Wh- eat No n it Jnd ri'ioii. heed? President Harrison has little to All tho political thsnes now '""' of (Torn Mlieil Onelonj; O MI Fair weather learn about Grant from Judgo Gres-ha- ' calling for tho repeal .... tho silver act state HI 0's- Mixed for whlph !... k.i Two len; .wp..n.i. local the ieople national,election nnd rOKK -Mes. . lU.uor uuw this t.AItD-3- m. or any other orator. Hut tt ho Three lonj. till in Local rains That Is a blow-- between the eyes. It year. nro involved In tho . Onoahort. . I,owcr temperature will ponder ou IhQ democrats dodge none. hat Judge Gresham unmercifully knocks out the hypocrlt- Two short Higher temperature influences nnd leal pretense that there was anything They force tho Sighting upon all N. Threo Ooldwate calls the "baleful Combination blasts: Ono lone, l nc fair practices which lower our national worse In this line to be done. If there V. World. weather, atatlonary temperature. 'J wo long, standard and, unchecked, threaten disAbsurdity is quickly reached at alone rain or mow: stationary temperature. was any danger to be wrought by makOne !on;r and one snort fair weather, lower aster"' he may discover that when ho ing silver n conspicuous part of the both ends of tho republican chain ot temperature To lonz and two short rain rewarded a campaign money-gette- r country's legal tender, tho measure reasoning. If tho protectionists mainor snow; higher temperature. One Ion and threo short fair weather: cold wale Three with a cabinet place he set a premium passed last winter embodies it olL tain that high dulicti produce high lone and two al ralnn; higher tern- - upon a baleful practice nnd lowered When tho whole silver production of wages, then with high wages must Hach combination will bo repented a tho standard of our national honor and the country, nvallablo forcoinuge, falls como higher priceg of manufactured Judgo about ten million ounces short of what nrticleh consumed which Ih what thuy few times, with an interval of ten sec- of public life in the republic. It that law authorizes tho country to pur- arc trying to ctcapo admitting. Hus onds between. Tho professor oxpects to Giesham is essentially a democrat have tho system in full operation be- would not bo possible for other than a chase, it look ns though tho most ex- ton (ilobe. democrat to givo utterance honestly to treme silver man had obtained tho sub(Jov Campbell certainly ncnuttted fore 1692 the remurk: stance of what ho was striving for, and hit self most handsomely in tlio Joint lor Met Nodi, t Federation. as these, but the great would not now worry himself very coovmt MYib3i It it not uch men te at Ada. His opponent. MuJ. Wahhinotov, Oct lft. The business multitude, engaged in active and hardy pur much about the shadow. inloy, is confessedly nn nblo man wommltteo of tho Methodist Ecumenical suit, who constitute the real strength of the All over i lino Hpcnkcr. Hut the dilliculty Tho republican congressmen of Mas council on Wednesday rcnortcd a reso- - nation. They are not encmle of law and your Bufferings from Catarrh. lint ho hu'l tin) wrong hide of the lution on tho subject of Methodist fed order; they do not envy or bate those who have sachusetts voted for this measure. Tho honest methods; hicnt. Tho governor hud, tliero That is, if you go about it iu tlio eration, it, rcclteB that the conference acquired property by tho publlo burdens, they two democratic representatives voted and bear their tnlt share of C nn easy victory. Kansas C'lt' right way. recognizee tho destro tor (hrlstiun co- so long a the power of the nation are not against it Tho Ohio republicans o: i. operation among evangelical churches, perverted to their injury for the enrichment ot Ohio In this your s platform "approve Thoro aro plenty of wong way, a few they will rally to Ha defence with un tho emended coin ago act 'of the last nnd especially nmongtho various MethHon. William McKinley, drcxhel that perhaps you'vo found out, nclnah and devoted patrlottim. Tbelr energy republican congress, by which tho enodist churches; that, while tho time for and courage have not been deadened by eaae suit of clothes of imported Kng Thoy may relievo for a time, but organic union might not have arrived, and luxury. There can be no prosperity with tire production of tho United Stntes is W woolen cloth, iiiiulo by Kng- - they don t cure. " .11 i labor from Knglish raised wool, la yet concerted action was now possible. out publle tranquillity, and the people will not added to tlio currency of the people. Worse yet, tboy may drivo tho under a well founded Whatever tho abstract merits or de- JL...1I.... ., ...... 1,I,. ...III.... .1... t n .. au. Therefore It was recommended that the long remain tranquil use of money prevent be a merits of the silver question may bo, digc.iso to tho lungs. You can't churches represented In tlio conference Met that the corrupt f tho great K'nellts and beauties of expression of their choice of and consider wl ether such concerted action fee and honest tlti McKinley bill. American shoddy, afford to experiment. publlo opinion cannot tho nctlon of the republican congressmeasures. If mn be possible, and if so by what means and he Sonetly expressed in authorized wruya our men last winter, und the t ti result of McKlnlcyUm, is not good But thoio it tt right way, nnd a elections will become expensive aud useless ways. No definite action was taken. horror of theso samo gentle- enough for tho great mlvociito of a robnre war, that dot cure. Thou-sand- s government will exist men on the stump nt the present time, mockeries, and free ber tariff. Cleveland Plain Deuler. of otherwiso hopeless cases IMd lur a Srrlnua Crime. only In nnme. Let un not be deceived by phantom of Vls.CB.NNI, A ntewpun mado of such "tin- - havo proved it. Jnd, Oct 15. Two of mere form. Itadlcal changes In government r.t tho they dcclnro something terrible It's with Dr. Sago's tho democrats In- phtc" ns tho Ohio "MclClnloy change In which tho men arrested at Washington, Ind., may be effected without perceptible pro Uy its mild, Borne ol the modu of administration. tend to do if they get thn opportunity, tection" campaign medals nro and of Catarrh Itomcdy. for burning the courthouse nt that the tyrannies tb world has ever known were made soothing, cleansing and healing wcrst nro glaringly Inconsistent and pro- would givo olf piuce lust week have nluad jrulltv maintained under popular form. salts of lead enough In properties, it permanently cures tho foundly ridiculous. and will give cooking u stow iu it to poison an cntlro for evidence The president of tho United States wont chrouio cases. Catarrhal Ono reuson which they givo for con- family. tho state .Mr. MrKlnlcy has put himin the of trlul do well to rend tho oration the!, accomplices, the most prom-o- f would ho perfunctorily commended In senting to this silver ineasurn Is that self in tho "hands of his friends" and Headache, "Cold in tho Head " which would they feared incnt whom are Jumna II. T.&. ndvanco of Its delivery. It touches dono if theysomething worse This Is bo tho Chauveuct quantitative analysis ot everything catarrhal in its nature, didn't pass It. ns vellc comity auditor, and I 11. Hawes, him nnd his party nearly. It was not logical ns though n bank cashier should his campaign medals of Plqua "tin" is cured as if by magic. a slows that somij of tho hands nro very citizen of tho county, for tho orntor to turn Nathan, hut It's a way bo stiro that tho prolloth were held in bonds f $5,000 ench, reading Judgo Grcsham's condemna- steal all the funds of his Institution so bud. fit, Louis Kepublle. prietors of Dr. Sago's Remedy that his successor would bo compelled which they could not give It is said tion of bribery nt elections, aud recur- to bo honest Tho world is Informed through offer, in good faith, $500 for a Unit tho desire of the was tho columns of n contemporary t.iLt caco of Catarrh which to destroy the county incendiaries pre- ring, as every ono having knowlcdgo they canof tho comTho republican chub-mato vent the uncovering ofreiords iilligcd of the shameless corruption practiced mittee ou finance candidly admitted uhen dames U'hitcomb Hi ley recited In not cure. their pathetic tones Ills poem "Well, Hood-ll.tho republican agencies In lf88 by dishonesty. that tho successful silver hill If it's suro enough for them to Jim. Tako Cart) o' Yourself," "big must recur, to that period of lawless- pleco of "puro politics," whoso was a 'ami) tn Terun. chief tears coursed down tho honest face of mako tho offer, it's "tiro enough oven tho bench responded ness when HosTos. Oct 15 -- The Kucord says it to tho appeal of the beneficiury for purpose was tho "payment of an ad- Undo Dick Oglesby, whlto c mitor for you to mako tho trial. Is understood that the henries will con- protection to tlio scoundrel, the sturdy ministration debt" That dubt was so Ipgulls wiped tho moisture W hut do you Ida They risk 6300. test Is ended und that Timothy Hop- honesty of the nation may say to liar well paid that ho would ho worse than glasses." It must nnvo been from tho that risk? kins will get between Jh.ooo.ooO ami rison ns tho prophnt said to tho guilty a political Shylock who would demand thoughts of theso eminent patriots further i 10.000.000 of the late Mrs. Henries' Irresistibly to n certain "Thou art tho inanl" Chica- Lodge usury on It No wonder Mr tm'OHIO'' property This result, it is said, wns Judean: refused to discuss tho republican who'hns been taking good enro of'.Mm" go Times. himWELL reached at a meeting held In end of tho silver question. llostou self ut Ilur Harbor surrounded by doctills city DRILL luoMlay mght, at wlucl, counsel Globe. ROTTEN INSTITUTIONS. tors mid free from nil cares save tlm difor Willi stde wi-ipresent illaine's popularity In Pennsyl- - rection of a presidential boom. Tliero wit bou famou !l rnaylviilu' J'olltlcxl Ilnecaneerlng Sysilliirlilnf vunlu is indisputable. Hois so much is no icnson to exhort Jim to tako euro Wltf f l rr Tb oalr tem. Ciatuui it,,,lU l Dtl v.rlt, svc(uropping hmm iu M:tv VoiiK.Oct Tho political banks of Pennsylvania admired by ia republican iinpoleoiiH of himself. Ho may bo as implicitly re- NtMtN, celpfiu this eltydui ing thocustom ton begun falling Immediately ufter tho of finunuo In thnt nttito that they ihu trusted to do that us the American peo- L00UIS & ohiu. flUlflHaOsttuan first rirriN, democruts curried tho stutc, the insti- his well known "burn the litter' on ple may b relied upon to bid him good-bWt'rB .".'W. Mug UCIUC ""taboos ..plnj, r.amuuhlp, Aril. all of thu'r "Imi .lrwas'1 njnospoiidencr, H,o5H,3Sn less than they were during tution presided over by Quay's candiwhun ho come up for their vote.- -' I1UME i.llo,llrtJn4,l.., tlorogfbljr tsufhl, Chicago lluruld. ll. TrijIlMtksrrM. Ir,wl tlnllM, BU, I, f tj rtuau Chicago Times. thr corrci'poudlng period last year. date for governor leading off aud tho W nm ns ware. No. 4 with No. 4 above It Wet weather, cold wave. No. I with No. 5 abcro It Fair --jeathsr, warmer. No l with No. 5 be!o it Fair weather. coMer. No S with No. 5 above it Warmer weather, rnln or anow. No. 3 with No. 5 below It Colder weather, rnln or snow. No. 3 with No. 5 above It Warmer weather, local rains. No. 3 with No. S below It. cuMer weather, u-- ll -- THK SIGNAL FI.A0. tho change in temperature will not vary more thau 4 degrees from the temperature of tho same hour of tho preceding day from March to October, inclusive, and not more than A degrees for tho remaining months of tho rear. When displayed on poles tho signals will be arranged to read downward; when displayed ou horizontal supports n small streamer will bo attached to indicate the point from which tho signals nre to be read. The interpretation of displays is as follows: No. :, alone. Fair veathar, stationary tern ixrature. No. 2, alone. Kaln or mow, stationary temperature. No. 3, alone. Local rain, stationary temper ature. No. with No, 4 above It Fair weather, cold that 1 Hig Crops? five General Prosperity I ? Fine Weather? Why, certainly. W'Edtdltl" Ely's Cream Balm very ordinary silk nccktlo sells for two t not the rank "Lov levels ah v tUIWIIa ru AtrIlltO dollars. Linen cuffs aro fifty cents a pair odor of nn on. on b. much lor It i MWr r iSl N V Ul si t M!l..., ,.,.,. aud collars three for ono dollar. My touietlme - I'Mlo.'. wife's dresses count up, I can tell you, and a man hns got to make a good lot of money in Mexico In order to live as well as ho does at home." "I aupposo you make tt," said I. Newton, 111. I "Yes, I do," was the reply, "and any American dentist who will come here ir$3 From 1861 to iSSs alxjut and stay can do likewise. 1 made five thousand dollars the first yenr, and 1 I sulTcrrd with rhcu- 23 years have done considerably bettor right alnce that time. I can charge nlon; mati it of the hip. I was cured by the use of bigger prtees. I get from one hundred T. C. DODD. dollars to ono hundred and fifty dollar St. Ju i i Oil. for a full set of teeth on rubber When"ALL RIGHT ST. JACOBS OIL DID IT." I ever I administer gas I charge ten dollars for pulling a tooth, nnd whon a number are pulled 1 charge ten dollars for the first tooth and fire dollars for all succeeding one. For jorklnjf nut a petboieum eli-yI tooth without gas I charge two dollars. Filling range from five dollars upward, AN 1NVALUADLX TA31II.Y HBMrDT VOrl and gold filling cost from fifteen dol- Burns, Woun Is Srr-un, uemorrnoia, nun jiurn, nhumtlsm 8k u Diss CM1L;kius Kto Taken Iuternsllr Will Cur Croup, lars up Into the hundreds, according to Cough, Cold, More Throat, KtC alze of the cavity and the slie of tho the bank account of the man who has PURE VASELINE lOets. . IOcIj. VASUIKE SOAP. Ununited Mi! his teeth filled. I always get five hun POMADE YASEUHE 2 23 i MitU-- t iUAr1. fllla3 u. boiM or. dred dollars for making a aet of teeth k.n'.l " uuirr iicrnur . on gold, and all other business Is VASELtNE COLO C1EAM 15 CAMPHORATED VASELINE tf W.tottli)'25 dono at proportionate rate."- - N. Y. YAStUJJt CAKFHURICE IU 2S CARaOLATED VASELINE i2-- . bcttla World. rou sai r. r.ri-K- i wiion: Alios r. rnici:. H Bui p SD.I tshlJ lh rful u s r L'O it J" T CtiaAlltU. r(iimottr Ifs otll nlrD r.Jln fmilsd. o r svitaUlut lrS If reIt wis NOT lilt tltvV. " dvtU 'l.u.l THE MARKETS. . -- Thov in.i,!. ,.) old respectively, and are , pr0ll,i 0f t10 mimir,! , 0( i, thrm. I'tlntmt-r- sn Th Only tine too Tin the W.inir Thoro Is a .1 Inch dlspUy ndvortlsotnent In tlila paper, this weelc, wfilcti has no two words uliko exeept ono word Tlio same la truo of rucli lic ono im earing on. h trek, from Tho l)r Huricr Modi, mo Co Tills house, places a "Crescent"' ou ecithitig mornU-- g they niaUo and putillsU Iuk fur li, send every for tortillas or which conatltuU the bread of ineui inonainoui the word and tlieywlll tli common people. Then every week return jou book, beautiful lithograph ar sample free. I have to give six eeats extra to them "MlKp le n pallcut wnlt,' rcmarkest the for soap. This Is tho custom nnd they want tho monoy mid not the soap, ycunr doctor as tie sat louelj tn hi ofttVc -Ualtt&ore American pounds of lonce bought twenty-fiv- e Tna avernpe notnnn liken to "No" a man soap and tried to dole it out to them, but they wouldn't take it Washing awbllo before be niarrlu Jim -- Washing von Diar. and Ironing nro never done In the house """ ' tn Mexico. There are public, washer- - Mcst not be confounded will conimon cat ! "io or purgative lull CuMcr s l.lllle I.tv ,,,i, li,. i.n inn.i A , trlMllsarocnllrolyuulikolhcmln every ro t,, .! v, ,.v.tt,ii .1 uibm ui. .,,, jiirvvi ipoct Onctrlulwltl pnneftielr superiority they get from public water, which tanks or ditches. They wear out the la.Tni Bower that bloom In the spring, tra deal to do with the breach bar a the time that they tt promise clothe In ctoeip tho full.Dalis Kw would bo destroyed by Chinamen and I pay them flro dollar a month for dolr you want to be eiinsl of rough use Hale Honey of lh miiud and Tar. veiity-fiv- o ing It My butter coU me one minute. ceuts a pound, ray milk seventeen 1'lkn aToothaclio Ur t s Cure tn I pay about six a day cents n day, and said the man "Taot nro caplUi. le' nod wrct 1 O U hi uck . ivltsjgetnrut of a on the average for charcoal much vrantod loan. s'lon tiUr suit "An ordinary costs from twenty dollars to thirty dolTnoi who wish o rrattleo (vonnmr I.ivrr Pill lars. Underclothing Is very expensive. should buy Carter s o pi. I a dose. Calico cost eighteen cents a yard. A rorty pill in a viui vounir Hants. Terr High, Hut Money la Mado Itloh Americana Thar. I asked n young American deatlst tn San Luis Potosl, a city of 100,000 people In the north central part of Mexico a rich farming country what It costs to llva in Mexico. The young dentist lives very nicely. Like all his kind In Mexico, ho Is making money nnd he Is saving enough to mako him rich within tho next ten or fifteen years. Said he: "I keep a close account of my and ns 1 figure It It costs mo Just about ono hundred nnd seventeen dollars a montlu My living costs me for table expenses two dollars a day, or sixty dollars n mnu th. I pny twenty-- 1 five dollars a mouth formv house and I have threo servauts, who nvorng four Hero every dollars n month apiece. rejpectablo fellow lias to have a cook, n man and n chambermaid. In addition to tho wages of the servants I have to givo them so much a day for food. Fnch of them cxpccU six cents Ibislljr corn-cakes, It li In a Inmlly out In Mllwnukeo the father, tho mother nnd ono daughter aro nil practicing law, nud twoothor dnnghtcrs will soon apply for admittance, to tho bar. A ow days ago tho father nppenrcd for tho defondnnt In n case, when tlio daughter was nltorney for the plaintiff, and the court couldn't help Inuglilng when tlm formerspoko of the latter m his "learned slstcr-ln-law." Admiral Oherardl, tho stalwart old In command of tho North Atlantic sqiindron, is Just now very proud of his two sons, llancroft iinmcd after tho admiral -- mid Walter. The two boys stand six feet one inch in their stockings, and aroolhcrwlso built like 1 sen-do- g yUPtfFlGs i.aii .Kr arK ,.. rghteen years ,, lrr I .. ,t.J. .,,: ..i .. ini,. Doth tlio method nml results when Syrup of Pigs is taken; it is pi en? an I nml refreshing to the trteto, nnd acta Kctitly yet promptly on tlio Kfdtioji, Liver nnd 15oucL. cleanses tho system eficctunlly, ilhmcls cold", headaches nud fevers nnd cures hnhitttnl contiintion. Syrup of Tigs is tho only remedy ot its kind over produced, pleasing to tho tnsto nnd to tho Btoitinih, prompt in its nctlon nml truly beneficial Iu its effects, prepared only from tlio Most healthy and ngrccnblo subctniicca, id ninny excellent qualities commend it to nil nnd have mado it tlio tnoii popular remedy known. Syrup of Tigs is for alo In COa nil lending drug-Iji.'tnnd 91 bottles OIV13 IS IV JOYS Any rclmhlo lr drnggut who one-thir- d (sl rubctiiutc limy not hnvo it on hand will procure it promptly for nny ono who wishes to try it. Do not accopt any -- . CALIFORNIA YOU WILL SAVE FIO SYIWP CO. $AH niAltCIJCQ. 01. itr roar n.r. Ifltmrtttr rr MONEY, tr." hond-mo-dow- n wl. Time, Palo. Trouble audwtllbUUi; CATARRH ur riu " LOST TJGMCli &m i v ASEL ir" ! NEJ i. ; at CHESEDROUCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY. K.K. BAHTLETT'8 owing Commercial College tojeaskd UOOS-Uorom- cr -- IAM.Ia.lsu.(lMr. luarlilS .... . fi d rnne-pnient- s HAV-rnt- Pio German Syrup stretigth-gathcnng " y e .... . LITTLE I do Mr rx-- o A Throat Thoic v ho have not u.scd ilobchcc's Gr-tna- n LIVER PILLS cntri xort kicsct. nn wmh RICK !ir.AI- ff mmo. Ai in:, X0T .. Okts-Ml- li-- ailAIN-Wbcit-- ....--- ..... ..... 1 Syrup for some and Lung sci.rc and chronic trouble of the Throat Specialty. and I.ttties can hard ly appreciate what a truly wonderful medicine it is. The" delicious sensations of healing, casing, clearing, and recovering arc unknown joys. Tor German S nip we do not ask easy caes. Sugar and water may smooth n ttaroot orstopa tickling for a while. This is as far as the ordinary cough and Lung Specialty. Where for years there have been scnsitivcnes, pain, toughing, spitting, hemorrhage, vuee failure, weakness, slipping down hill, where doctors and medicine and advice have been swallowed j id followed to the gulf of despair where there is thcsickcuing convict, n that all is over and the end is liable, there we place German Snip. It cures. You are a live man yet if you take it mcdn. me goes. Hoschec's German Syrup is a dirovery, a great Throat pu 3,ifshigiMnn. TTsr.s,s n Kt. ! )rVlWll ne Lllloua ., Kauhlt& rtl:rt.AILT ACTIO. O br raHfrlnfl fUAutlfr romptrs,nn (Ml. . fti U cMt 4tjat i tall rltl HI T HirWiMNrk lrkvtlrntviiti,frr4UW toxWL uJ rnr 4W llulnri nun'i ftM ffur.tr KoiitTtrr Tll Ub Rtll Ut A VHWIr 7VNI t"VrBV" ffUmp. W1 fBft Wk wrtbrta;. I iifrvta !. til 0ft. HAITCR fJZQCHt -- . QHAtN-Wlifat- -Na bo-fo- re am wjrtxy Latest Stylis IS- - 0 Tina i " CO II UttU. Mft r -- ILLINOIS CENTRAL short-loc- rust tis p ill. th MTisr mi ii si les risHius. lT(H.rller er.fe'lsltl. 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