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Orree-Jack- ion THE HICKMAN COURIER Vx: FINE JOB PRINTING JcxinauxiBD WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH. BALE BILLS, Street, neat door to Cltj IIa.lL. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS; BILL HEAD3, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETC CEORCE WARREN, Editor. THB OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. I'rkooi' Subscription, $150 CUfUIENT "TOPICS. A 1 KSTABMSIIEI) 185!). HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KY., E1UDAY. NQVJSMBER, 20, IJOl'UM'J iMHItDKK. KNIOHT3 OP LABOR Vhj for i:Ul Work I. j- Women iiihI Woienn SiifTrnKc. Toi.rtio, O., Nov. 17. Tho most (m portant buslncns transacted iiy thr national convention of Knights of Labor Monday, judged fromoutnldo tho oiler, and both worldly nnd religions wan tlio asnombly's virtually sitting down on tearful pleading from (ho Worlds W. f . T. V. nnd Nntlonnl WC. T. U , now holding conventions In Bon. ton. Thin wns presented n few tiyn ngo through delegates, or n commit leo from tho Toledo Union, asking that ho natlonnl assembly here passu resolut on asking thnt tho World's fair W cb .ed Sunday. It will bu remembered I'i In n speech hero Monday e ;n-- I most emphatlcnlly denoun ed tig, whining ly societies and I'linrisi us who circulate petitions Wgglng pef.ilo to abstain from nil work Sunday, w) llo ut tho sauio tlmo thoy rldo to churth in rich barouches with driver nnd maid servants at home slavlraii I'nlr-I'ii- ror - 1891. G. VOlKXYllTNaT Ev ..an by I OAIX AND SEE US. y 9 mi' Bn1 u nn,n which Is New . . ...ill wriiu upon i.f mm "" my new name," How suggcstlvo and t"ul? In addition to those pillar. that I climbed over whllo amid the ruins of Diann'n Temple, 1 saw afterward eight of thoso pillars at Constant. o which city they had Wen removed nni aro now a part of tho Mosque of St Sophia. Thono columns aro all green Jasper, but some of those which stood In Diana's Templo nt Ephcsus wero fnlrly drenched with brilliant colors Costly metals sood in various parts of tho temple, where they could catch the fullest flush of the sun. A flight of stairs wan carved out of one grapo vine. Doom of cypress wood, which had Wen kept In glue for years and Wrdcred with bronze in swung against pillars of brans, nnd resounded with echo upon echo, caught up, sent on, and hurled back through tlio corridors. In that 'buUdlnir stood nn Imago ot tMaaa.'Uia trodden.. Tlws- impression wns abroad as the Bible re- rite, m i uinit? ii vry on il t,w namd of rmcToii snys that ono person In nine d 2-- 0 REBELLION. Cliincso Town Captured in a Well A KENTUCKY JSTAtfK NEWS. Jf.sre llnow.v, who killed John Laurie, at I'aducsh, Inst Jnuuarv, will hang tho 13th of January. AfJ tho courts lmvo so decided nnd tho governor ban fixed tho day. Ilrown killed Latirio in cold blood, shooting him down at n danco through jealousy, 'ihls will bo tho first hanging thoro for Mix years Two more of tho 1'crry county outlaws will go to tho penitentiary Wesley and William Whlttnker, who murdered Kobert Jameson In 1.S80. At Winchester, a few days ago, thf jury returned n verdict fixing their punish, ment nt confinement in tlw state prison for life. Dr. SIGHT-SEEIN- Opposed In Sunday (Inttnir of thn Wniffg Jcr-.-jw- .-v Cjr'VwP JVWWBPkf - t7- f' V ' correspondent nt Hhanghal nyi The JAsrr.u Ilunxs, nged 40, a carjicntor, capture of Tehwel, nenr I'oocliow, on committed suicide In tho Southern hoTucsdny by in.TOO reWls, wn n well tel, Ludlow, tho oilier nlrjht liurns float had two sisters living? In Covington. At.t. tlio prlliclp.il cities In the Itr pub- nrgnnlrrdv rising. were Tho rcW-Tho oilier day ho left Jo get work in lic of Colombia are now light with elec- nrmed wliX repeaters find led by enpn-bibr' men. Tjio outtrenk was directed tho car shops of tho Southern at Ludtricity low. Ho registered at tho hotel and VictoiiiAi queen of England nml mainly ognliiH iho nnthorities, though went to his room seemingly despondent empress of Itiilln, linn forty grand, nntlfor" j;n ciW w ere heard. Uheonl-clal- s t were powrles. Kuropean at his failure to securo xvork. Next children. nre npprclnlre of n spread of tho momlnir. tbe attaches In the hous. be- jikiit HiuistaIit linn nolil hi great Inslonary.has his rutiks: and staggering revolt The HrltbV himuI liom. In nn .tW,.fcll dead In tho blindly a step or prepare meals for Jjs!r eulpl1feri, ttolftft. MHf) usic'nic,i.sioriiiojiiuiittio'i" ns rr,i.'wv gutter, her noul "We will recc'inmetu!' the clo.liV nnd round him cold In tlcfitn. u,c nnd 'lXmsTflrW""tee JoUrlaWKWMfhrTilmt-lti- f winging awny nmld tho cloud of smoko humiay," aaiu I'owUerly, did mo wrong; how then can I wdrfe denj "when theso taken n shcot off of his be. I and tied It, never ijiu.iir: nro onir u,uov iinwnnan recent quietude) w(i(irJ teniw)rary, from her own IntoL ustof tho arena, and tho and tho sculptor peoplo glvo their employes a day of first firmly around his neck, and then revile ray King and Saviour?" When dcadlfca Islander left, Flftr voara neo there spring nnd aiuniner lejig the fntorl'te It wns just nfter 0 o'clock in tho rest that day." lie was brought to the flrcn into which apostle putiftts right foot on tho lion tho statuo or w'ero fut""'-timage Wd-poin f hinx perkxl for outrages Throwing attached it to tho Light, evening, and wero M.OOO. and shakes him, nnd then puts bin left death, so that they could not tesnrmy's had Tho general nnsembly also couldn't himself forward, tlio weight of his body ho was about to bo thrust, and ttio off1mu to neces irntllCred nt til tho)."irriel.- - forccn nun. A Ni'iir.niii'im wntoh In thu form of draft gun Imatn nro na foot on him nnd shakes him a scene tify to its human manufacture and so (lin icials wero nbout to fasten him to a swallow tho W. U T. U.'s request ct an slowly strangled him. . , . , 'T , an ncom ban a tiny pistol which scried sity to pmleet tlio live- oili urotwatu I,' ... , was thought am, which '""""f prescuco 'raue prior indorsement thnt lntliolnte,rt,dtrlwr t.. ,iy n rts .:;"..:,..,,, iiki '""""- - in oinaimoi suppressed, ami the salo of liquors bo Joski'H Mitcheli, a Negro, vraa stake, ho said: "Let mc remain a I sus tration l'aul afterward usestofor an illus- deny its celestial origin. It tho material ,, ft nil Hlarm. show how by intelligent people that when ho wants for Ho who glvcth me strength to saloons shut down on strung up nt I'aducah a few- 'Jays ago, where massacres will iiirltu 'v follow tho official heads of The genuine Shetland pony rnn bo tho tire will cnnLlo mo also with- Christ will triumph over death- "Ho from which this Idol was formed might tho army In Franco fair grounds. Officers of tho assembly by a mob, who took demoiistritlo unless nnd America, him away front nn tain must reign until lought on iU tmtivn henth foratoiit special I.t Mnrccliale'llooih-contend that It was in tho jurisdiction otllccr in n magistrate's office. Tho out your securing me with nails to re- enemlcn under His He lmt'i put nil have dropped out of Heaven as an aeropreviMitntive inrasurcn nro forty dollars feet;" yen under Ills lite. nnd her brother, Commissioner of fair managers und tlio IC nights of main unmoved In tho fire," ailoptetl. In sjilto of tin Negro had nssaultcd Mr. Wm. ini nfllclnl llallliigton Ilooth, hnd fcot l'aul told tho little truth when Low) ear rings such as were worn n Wo havo seen In the Itritlsh Museum, History says tho fires refused to drnwn hither all Labor had more tlinn they could attend statement that two of 1 ebang Iho daughter. lie said: "I havo fought with Wastn at and in universities in our own West, quarter of a century ago, ore coming tn him, forrn of this division, which to taking enro of business relating to rioters hate been Who sdml nn-- others Tub examining trial of Ambrose flames bent and under the winds the Ephcsus," nnd as tho plural is used I blocks of stono hurled off from other fashion again. Iowa. Minneotn, thn Dakotan tho best Interests of tho order, outward so that they did I nstliim'd, 1k rather thnt the rwal Tun Intest estimate shows thnt there culprits nre Itstilluotor.oiisIclllff pniteete.l and Nebraska. I'orfourdovs the armv than to prolongnto their nones extend- Polsgrove, nt Krnnkfort, for tho mur not touch his person, and therefore, he think ho had moro that ono such fight, worlds Theso aerolites were seen to free der of Jerry Williamson, wan concludHiss held dnlly and nightly demonstra nro only fourteen iieopln to the jqun'e against was slain by spears and swords. One or several beasts were let loose upon all, and witnesses have gono to tho ing them Into other people's affairs. arrest by ennlted ofll.lals. ed tlio other morning, having consumed him at stood that mm the work wnn seemingly mllo in America. The llrst business l efore tho Assem- thrco days I'olsgrovo was held to cypress bending over his gravo is the in tho one time. ofAs wo Stadium day landing places and scientists have proAgents of the I'ekin treasury hnve paid tion, middle w the and nounced them to be the product of othLnCKY. the celebrated historian, linn bly wan the resolutions presented by answer at the June circuit court in tho only monument to Ilisbop I'olycarp. the indeinultien agreed upon l :.000 to meeting ith great succr&n. The leal motive for tho fearful doublo tho World W. C, T. V. Tho first and Hut wo aro on tho way to tho city of looked around at tho great structure er worlds Hut the material out of Wen mi unfortunate an to find that he tho sulTerers Wuchii mi.l lionatn sum of 810,000 bail. Tho defendant at which tho imugo of Diana was fashionis can wrlto poetry. about fifty from tho whole sccna came back upon us it the families of tho Kiiropenis killed erimo not so clenr nsto nmight be, but iccond resolutions woro at ouco agreed shot Williams on the most densely Ephcsus, Wc are advised miles go Hut wo pass out of the Stadium, for ed contradicts that notion. This image tho indications point A ITMI'M.n, weighing 110h)iiiii1v wns not to to rather queer to, tlio llrst being a demand for equal crowded street In Frankfort, recently, Smyrna. at Wunich. The Amor en in iollnry, Kphesus; tho band ts in that region wo are in haste for other places of In- was carved out of ebony, and puncturrecently grown by William Spencer, of Mr Datte, expresses tho opimnn that combination of jealousy nnd pay for cqunl work to women, nnd for freny. However obscure m.iy woman suffrage; tho second declaring nnd InS his indiscrlmluato shooting have had an ugly practico of cutting oil terest In Ephcsus To add to tho ex ed hero and thera with openings kept Sudlecrvlltc, Mil tho trouble will be renewed nr.t W the wounded thrco others, ono of whom, tho ears of travelers, nnd sending these citement of tho day ono of our party full of spikenard so as to hinder tho motive 'hat prompted the deed, In favor of the samo standard Tiik rnrl of Dudley holds the largest "I'rlng. Its remits stand out only too plainly, for men nnd women. Tho of purity Wm. Larkin, is now in a berioun condispecimens of cars down to Smyrna, de- wan missing. No mnn in safe in that statue from decaying and make it arollfo insurance ever clTccteil, the nmoutit dethird, tion. for the Wly of Nettle llieillcr. the manding a ransom. Tho bandits sug- region alone unless he W armed and matic, but this ebony was covered with a Wing for Jn.001,000. RUSSIA'S DANGER. manding tho closing of tho World's Jamf.r CiiAMxr.6S was examined at gest to tho friends of the persons from knows how to take sure aim and not bronzo and alabaster. A necklace of nod so clde, rests on a marblo Fair on Sundays, was disagreed to, tho Mil. Ciiam-iiaiiplace a high value I'ntmlir A.- - slab nt the city mi rgue, nnd her victim, knights dnclaring themselven in favor Paducah on tho charge of violating In- whom tho cars have been substractcd mnn fire. Our companion. Dr. Louis acorns colled around her. Thero wero Ilumlrr.t. In lti I'lnt for upon Millet's "Augclun." Shu has Internal revenuo laws and wan held to that if they would like to havo tho rest Klopseh, now tho publisher of the four lions on each arm, typical of rinlilj-rmnl- n. nml lll.ra.e M.k, Captain Ilnttlc Smith, of tlio Salvnton of having tho fair open on Sunday sured It for 5140 OifO, for llr.priMte. Wnd ut Otknloona, la., Is awaiting in tha education of tho masses, provided nnnw cr to tho United Staten gnmd jury. of tho body they w ill pleaso send nn ap- Oiristlau Herald, had gone out on soino strength. Her h;ad was coronetod. A UATTl.rii.SAKr. with two head link Ho ran a saloon in Caldwell county LoMKIt, Nov 17. SifWO tin irrest nt Around this figuro stood statues propriate sum of money. If the money explorations of bin own, and through Won captured In Cnlifornla. It has Moscow, on Tliurndny InsU of uiN.nt loo untold agony the final extinguishment that no ono employed at tho fair shall without n government license. of tho vital spark at her temjiorary work more than six days per week. is not sent, the mutilated prisoners will the gate whero Fnul had walked again which by wonderful Invention shed fang In Wth IU mouth. of the men Implicated In tho bo assassinated. Seven families, btrr.iteurn boarding place on Davenport street. and again, yet where no man unaccomtears The air, by strange machinery, Guv. lloir.r. of Iowa. In a nntlre of members of noble Tho fourth resolution was for tho long scries of robberies of last year A reporter called last evening at tho Ono traveler was carried off to the panied should venture now. Hut, after was damp with descending perfumes New Vork. lie tnrttl ct for wealth and others, charged with l prevention of tho salo of liquor on the have been Indicted by the grand jury at ill the movement looking t the lesldence of W. V. Hlodler, tho father World's robWrs' den, nnd f 7,500 wns paid for some tlmo had passed, and every min- Tho walls multiplied the scene by fair grounds and tho knights with only a few centu In hU pocUcL ertatlon of n popular nsseiu'.ly or of tho dead girl, at 84 North Mnin declined to endorse this Tho last reso- Morehead. his rescue Tho bandits were caught ute seemed as long ns nn hour, and wo mirrors FouLtalns tossed in A llonrnx lady hnn Ititcntcd n upoon W. C. Huttox, in jail nt Glasgow, and beheaded, nnd pictures of o parliament similar to theTemi l.ibor street. Council ItlufTn. A younger sis-t- r lution was also introduced, asking tho sheaves of light and fell in showers ot these had time to imagine every thing for mrnMirinj; niedlelno by which In the way of robbery nnd assas- diamonds assemblies under tho early osr it ban Praxiteles, the sculptor, stated that Nettlo and Capt, Smith indorsement of a petition to prohibit charged with tho murderer of young ghastly heads aro on sale in the shops (Into oan Ic admlnUtoreU without spill-Inc- . Weome known hnd Wen fast friends nnd thnt her sin- tho salo of alcohol and opium and other Frank Weir, of Owfcnnboro, a governthat this alb if .1 of Smyrna for nny persons who may de- sination, the lost traveler appeared, to nndApelles tho painter, filled the placo wan of much wlJnroxvnt thun ter wns In love with the captain for a narcotics, and to raise the standard of ment storekeeper and gnuger, nbout a sire to have something to look nt on receive from our entire party a volley with their triumphs. Crcesus tho Tiik boy of Trank Te- nt first suppoeil. I'rom the 'ui, the long time, and has been in tho habit of year ago, died a few days ago. their way to Kphesus Thero have of expostulation for tho arousal of so wealthiest of tho nnclcnts, put hero tters of Camden, l'a., pot hold of hla dineovory of thin "plot" leeniii- - known nttending the Sahntlon Array meetings law everywhere to that of Christian 1'JIF.SIDENT JAMF.3 K. FATTEn'OX, In the, templo golden heifers of been cases where ten and twenty and many anxieties and there father' ple, KHekett n lot of nicotine the onrresHiudents In I'usit'a if the for the purpose of meeting tho captain inornls This was referred to a tlio State college, whllo crossing South thirty nnd forty thousand dollars have In the midst of this city of Ephcsus Tho paintings wero so vivid nnd lifeto prepare nn nnnwer In consonout of It, niMl riled In bin Icon demanded by theso brigands. Wc once floated nn artificial lake, brilliant like that Alexander, who was moved at news agencies nnd uewspnp--have and the other girls. Slio left Saturday ance with tho wishes of the general as- Limestone street, Lexington, Tim cenn of yellow fever, It li Wen doing their utmost t4 t'(Tgy, narrowly escaped instant death. did not feci like putting our friends to with painted boats and through tho nothing of terror, shuddered nt ono batafternoon, directly after dinner, stating sembly. thoojfhl, tnay lm roiiToyed from troplenl the true Inwardness of these wi Tbe electric street-ca- r going north such expense, nnd it was suggested UiicrCnystcrlt wns connected with tho tle scene on these walls, and so truo to that she wto. going to Omaha to see tlio cwuntrte by the h1 bird exported In arrosts, but appareiitly without struck bin buggy and threw him upon that wc had better omit Fphcsus. Hut sea, nnd ships from all parts of tho life was a painting of ahorse that w lien Salvation army celebration, nnd it wan A BREAK FOR LIBERTY. o larjfB niiniern. the ground, badly hprnining his back. that would havo Wen n disappointment known earth floated In nnd out carry- Alexander's hcrso was led up to It ho supposml she went alone. She had no Katk I'll l it' definition of plairnlr-Im- ii A United I'rem corrvspomlent at S'L revolver, so far an her sister knew, nor One of the Mnll-lln- i Tlilevrt Mike Hit Tho buggy was demolished but the from which we would never recover. ing on a coinmerco which made Ephc- Wgan to neigh, ns ono horso is accuv liorsen w ere not injured. b pmnnuneetl ory clover by the I'etersburg wirel Sunday niiflit The Itnd nny troblc anson Wtween tho two Wo must see associated w ith sus the cm y of the world. Great was tomed to greot another. One painting j:mpo 1'rotu tile Xushl llle.fall. A ror critic. Sim cnlli It n Inck of ulilll In strictest ceusorslilp of pre disj at. hes girls which might account for tho fearIts gymnasia, its hippo- In that temple cost 3193,750. Nasiivim.i:, Tenn., Nov. 17. Thoman Nunn, OFFICE has tacn established at tho most wonderful apostolic becnes. Kphesus! I ho government Is rftnc4ni: minehlentik The treasures of all nations and tho Crittenden county, nnd Mlnnlo Wo hire a special railway train, and in drome, its odeon, its athenseum, its Until the sister heard of tho C lloolan, alias Clayton, ono of tho Mom r ful deed. tiufTy appointed postmaster. nbout an hour nnd a half w e arrive nt forum, its aqueducts (whoso skeletons spoils of kingdoms were kept hero for lr i nimorcd In Tenneuiee that tho plating severe men sums ngS'it the tragedy she supposed they were as good mall-bothieves, raado a daring and F AT Louisville, tho other da v. nn 11- - tho city of Ephcsus which was culled ne still strewn along tho city), its tow- safe deposit Criminals from all lands pH.fln tronnU were In enlliiklon with neiwiwr eorrttspumleut. It a i most menus ax over. successful eOBpofroinfrjaU Moudny "Tho Great Metropolis' of Asia," nnd ers. Its castle of Hadrian, its monument lied to tho shelter of this temple and the minor, who recently made n whole-Mt-o ImpoM Ao to (jt irn,l flev Alt evening. "HoTwfti brought hero from yenrbldJbvry'njaWji'Ofhitnie'fellliiUi'a U rvtutL 1 he xllee moor ooinng water, which his mother "Ono of tho Eyes of Asia," and "Tho of Adroclus, Its quarries which wero tho law could not touch them. It scornMILLIONS ntlenMi of eonrieta. Atlautn six days ngo, while Hubbard had just heated, and was so badly Empress of Ionia," tho capital of all tlio granite cradles of cities its tern-pit- ed almost strange that this mountain of eorreMiiiunt not to comment on (If ArcuiitiiMi to oflleinl flpiren from tlin I roiuiiiiltx Sortrfjr Are Bsfo No nnd Stratton, his "pals" were taken oa scalded that ho died. The situation is very learning and magnificence. luiit to Apollo, to Minerva, to architectural snow ouUlde did not melt half tho comitlr of l'emikj lvnnln over tho arrests. (lint.eo I or n srlirnirr tn tlrt Hold til to St Louis, where they aro now I) iwii i.n has discovered a very big grave. The wildest minor are in circuHere, an I said, wan ono of tho seven Neptune, to Mercury, to liacchus to with tho fires of color within. Tho tA.04a.WW will be penl this year In Tlirlr li. lief, Si,j Trii.tee lln... lation " the roadn of the Mate. His schemo was a bold one, deliber- leak In its local option law, and Is churches of Asia, nnd first of all wo Hercules to Cicsar, to Fortune, to Jup- temple was surrounded w ith groves in I'iitshi i.oii. Nov 10. -- Concerning In this oity, however, there are a hat history nnd poe- which roamed for the temptation ot Oil Ilrt.r.Nr PnuiiKotvtTZ, one of ately planned and coolly executed. At mocked to tho cry center of its soul. visit tho ruins of that church whero iter Olympus the recent pill. Untied throughout warrnnts havo been Issued onco an Ecumenical council of 2,000 try "and chisel and canvas have not pre- tho hunters stags and hares and wild the fimt women tn Austria to acquire numler of prominent Kusslan oxilos llir ri.imlri- - torics llpPvrti. r..,l nf e,it. 5 o'clock tho colored cook and n trustv Forty-silint against tho violators of the law. who seem to W able to laugh at the ministers of religion was held. Mark sented has come up nt the call of boars oud all styles of game, whether the tltlo of 1'Il I)., suddenly inIfornla, had sueccded in getting' hold oif"nra',a Jira Strcctcr took the prisoners' Kunsian pollco ondwhoore kept conAt the county jail at Mt Sterling the tho fulfillment of the prophecy! Of nrclneologMs' powder, blast and crow- winged or There was a sane a few days npo In Vienna. supper to tho second floor of tho jai. the tlr.nuoes of tho Socletr of Fcono. cavo with statuo so intensely brilliant At Sharon, Oa., recently, a lot of stantly well Informed, by some secret miles. Trustee John Dusshns published They locked themselves in, remorrd other night, Logan Murphy, under tho seven churches of Asia, four wero bar. Bat I havo now to unveil the chief that it extinguished tho eyes of those fodder wan sold that w a gathered In means, at to nearly nil that transpires a statementdetnibngliow Dr. Kcedhap-en- tho key from the lock nnd began disc- sentence of death, and James Crockett, commended in the Hook of Revelation, sent up for robbery, became involved nnd thrco wero doomed. Tho cities wonder of this chlcfest of cities In who looked upen it, unless at tho 1M0 by n slave. It was ns bright and In Itusnin. One of tho most prominent to visit tho society nnd tho re- - ing out tho supper to tho inmates of these refugees wns questioned Inst sound nn on the dar It wan put up. Hoolan, who was at largo on tho sec- in a quarrel, when Murphy cut Crock- having tho four commended churches 1803, under the patronage of tho Eng- command nf tho priests tho hand of night and said that never in the history ultn of tho sniiie. Mr. Dusn soyn ond lloor with tho other prisoners step- ett in six places. Inflicting dangerous still btand; tho cities having tho thrco lish government, .Mr. Wood, the ex- tho spectator somewhat shaded the CAliitviMi pretty Utifiietn to convictDr did not get their money nnd ed nilllnn murderers is like feeding of tho IEun.iau empire wan the situation wan not, after it He sought and won ped up to tho cook nnd said: "Glvo mo wounds Murphy claims that Crockett doomed churches aro wiped out It oc plorer, began at l.phesns to feel along eyes No wonder that even Anthony weighted with danso curred just ns tho lllblo said It would under tlio ground at great depths for and Alexander and Darius cried out in nttai'. d him without provocation. straw lorrlen to n mule It wastes tho gerdesperate nnd so regime moral support, and Intends to send re- tho key. The clerk is at the door and to the Imperial Tht.r.rno.NK linen aro valued In nn in occur. Drlvo on nnd you como to the roads, for walls, for towers, and here it tho words of my text: "Grent is Diana fruit without Improving thn animal cruit to join them. As to tho tluauccs, wants to get In." Not a quarter of the real horrom of Never suspecting but that Uoolim verse ratio to tho supply In southern theater, which was CC0 feet from wall is tltat for which t.phcsus wan moro of tlio Kphcsians" One wholo month Tlin wettest place (n the world In nt the famine In known, he added. Thouv they aro in safe hands and thero is no of each year, the month of May was deto wn" celebrated than all else Wsldo holding Chcrra-ronjee- , in tho Khnsl-ilill- s of nnds nre dying In tho danger of nny person Wcoming n mem-W- r wnn telling tho truth, tho colorol Kentucky, The telephone wire, posts I tators. capable of thero the 50,700 spec templo of tho goddess Diana, called tho voted to her worship. Processions in Hero ond tho walls Assam. Tho fall of rain for a slnwlo districts of starvation or typhoid fovor, and causing any change in tho sys man handed lloolnn tho key. Ho xvnlkcJ and boxes along the llpe between Ilurks-ill- e unbroken, but for tho most partarino sixth wonikr of tho world, and In 1SS9 garbs of purple and violet nnd ecarlet tho nnd Albany wero sold at public to tho door, unlocked it month has rnngrd from 100 to '.'00 influonxn-ovon wero tem. 1 he ittTnir nro entirely In tho quietly other disenso. building in down. Just enough of it Is wo stood am 1 tke ru.nsof thnt temple, moved through it, nnd thero wero it Ho stepped out, auction recently for Mi. hAndn uf thn board of elders, and no and opened ir.ohs. the go eminent so constituted that nn ono person left to help the imagination build It up measuring its pillars transfixed by Its torches, nnd nuthems, nnd choirs In boundei The allegid panther which has exAsiONO could got control of tho und closing It noiselessly, the coming eventa of the honest nttempt could Is' made to relieve down tho steps which led directly to cited the people of Flat Hock, Mont- ns it was when those audiences shouted sculpture ami confounded nt what was white, and timbrels and triangles in winter mtimjii In New York will lie n tho sutTerern, even had tlio government society' millions. Hern tho street cutrnnce. The door hero gomery county, has been killed. It wan nnd clapped nt some great spectacular. tho greatest temple of idolatry in all music, sacr.fices nml dances ball given In honor of the duko and nt Its disposal the imnieiis. sums of wan not fastened, and quickly throwing simply n largo cat of thq ordinary kind Their huzzas must hnio Wen enough to time. As I sat on a piece of ono ot its young men nnd maidens were betrothed Die Oilier In Wt Virginia. duchess of Marlborough by Mrs I'nran money which would lie tn to refallen columns I said: "What earth- with imposing ceremony. Natiom ttun tho heavens. Ci.AiiKurmi, W. Vii , Nov. 1(1. Re- It opon, ho sprang out and hold the door run w ild. Slevonn. lievo the distressed, thousands would As I took my placo nt tho center of quake rocked it down, or what hurri-eun- o voted largo amounts to meet the exclosed until ho hail succeeded in openMiss. Mahv IIefeiiman wan burned Witiiix tho pnnt month work a.td jMirlsh leforo help could reach them, port from Itig Isaac, Doddridge counpense of tho worship. Fisheries of vast pushed it to tho earth, or under this theater and looked around nt its wages have Won offered to tho Itimnlnn even supposing that the mclemoiuiy of ty, (date that tho South I'onw Oil Co. ing the Iron gntc, which was slmplr to death at her homo in Louisville, the broken layers of stone, gallery upon what strong wind of centuries did tho resourco were devoted to the support ol ban struck the greatest gnn well ever thrown by n lover, lloolnn darted down other evening, by the explosion of n gallery, gallery upon .liiwUh ellos by 8,500 ludttttriul Horace and Virgil a llusslan w Inter would i null tho free gallery, ond piled giant stagger and fall? Thero have been this resplendence. lamp. Her husband and son found In West Virginia, no.ir that place. Front street toward Hroad, and escaped roat-o'- l fiirtoih'N and mining rorpo-intitn-s trnusporlntlon of stipple n. up into tho bleak skies of that winter seven temples of Diana, tho ruins of nnd Homer went Into rhapsodies while The roar of tho gan can bo heard for llo hud reached tho street before had liecn nway from home nil tho even- day, and thought llirotigh the United Hebrew that every hand that each contributing something for the describing this worship All artists seven mllos and families llviug near tho cook noticed Ills absence, nnd when ing, nnd upon their return homo nt 10 swung n charities. archaeologists, all centuries, ngreed in ail Its architectural sucon SCULPTURE. and splendor the well have loeu obliged to leave the nlnrm wan given tho first ones to o'clwk they were horrified to find her every foot trowel trod theso walls and cessors of 1'. Cnr.ATMAN, of North Carolina, II. Two hundred nnd twenty saying: "Great is Diana of tho thoso stalra, thnt their homen If!-- fear of dlnastcr. Tho reach tho street saw lloolan nenrly C00 lying on the floor, dead, with a broken every eyo that gazed upon that amphi- yoara wm th s last temple In construcrul-li- e tlw only colored member of the net Item, nf Inlrrr.t tn rtM "nil tlin away, and rnnntng for denr life coal-o- l lamp lying a fow feet away. Motliet - SUtuo mid onrlh In tho vicinity trembles an though ynrds lUrtlxdill's rotigrena. In a college grndunte, mid in l'aul in the presenco of this temple of theater, and every volco that greeted tion. Twice as long as tho United rwiinUlu fur Ills World . I sir. there woro continual light shocks of Jim Streeter, tho colored trusty, bound- It In supposed from the surroundings tho combatants In that arena had gone States havo stoml was thnt temple In Diana incorporates it in his figures ot mW to to the host cducntcil Negro,wllh .-. nn earthquake prevailing Tho owners ed down tho stairway an soon ns he that sho let tho lamp fall while fact not genmiirU) exception, that hnn jrlmtln I.ommin, Nov. 17realUcd lloolau's escape, and gna tho steps and the lamp ex- out of hearing nnd sight for nges and building. It was nearly twice us largo speech while speaking of tho spiritual erally known to tho pu' lie has gained claim thnt tho gas will pay thorn great- chase, llo tlif house. li probably still chasing thd ploding, some of tho oil wan thrown on ages, I felt a thrill of interest that al- as St l'aul Cathedral. London. Lest It templo: "Now, If nny man build upon oil wells Ac population of the added Interest through tins do.ith In er than sorcral AMton.vn tho this foundation, gold, silver, proclous her clothes nnd was Ignited by tho most prostrated mo amid the ruins should W disturbed by earthquakes, world, according to latest cstlmntcn, to I'raneo of Madame llvlioldl, mother exert estimates tho pressuro at about fugitive, nnho has to dote, forgot to no referwhich h It in thought that ho was in cob I h7d from tho exploded lamp. Her Standing there, we could not forget that ing thoso ivo always cen fond of mak- stones, etc," and tho doubt withtemples W about M50.000.000, It la estimated of tho well known s ilptor and de- bCO pounds to tho square Inch. previous rcg ins their playing ground, ence to ono of in that building onco assembled a riotluslon with lloolan. Her liody was burned to a crisp. signer, who died a few .1 ivn nyo at tho s thnt I,0in,000,000 aro is n shoemaker und her son a ous throng for Paul's condemnation, tho templo wai built on a marsh, which which had Wen set on fire by Baltimore's Hew Enterprise. tnul, of courM, 400,000,000 only are advanced ngo of nlncti yenr.n. Sho It just for tho funot destroying It, becnuso what he preached collided wus mndo firm by layers of charcoal printer. It Rained Cat&sa. IIaltmioiik, Nov. 10. Twenty-Arwas who stool an the model for Chrlntlnun. w 1th tho Idolatry of their national god- covered by fleet li s of wooL Tho stono Paul says: "If any man's work shall Five vnluablo hounds belonging to dess Hanoveh, Inil. Nov. la A lorgo statuo of I.ii.rty llnllghton-lu- g steamships wero chartered hero thin A I UJilxoUr) crnyon hnn been Intuitcame from the quarry near by. After bo burned, ho shall suffer loss etc." now occupies week to load gram, chlolly corn, for number of wriggling catfish from two Squire King, of Christian county, wero tho World," win. ed which enables lecturers to draw on l'aul tried to gut into that theater and It wan decrccJ to build tho temple, it and all up and down Paul's writing, such n prominent posit i"i in tho harbor Kurope. Taking Dd.OOO bushels as tho to six Inches In length wero found on tho b.tten by a mad dog nnd nil of them, address the excited multitude, but his was thought it nould bo necessary to you realize that ho had not only seen, tho blackboard when tho room lsdnrlc-crieaverage, tho total represents 3,3.10,000 ground near JeiTersonvlllo.Clark county showing unmistakable signs of hydro- friends held him back, lest he bo torn bring tho A.M ng stono from other but had Wen mightily impressed with , -- foe tho uso of the lantern. It Is of Now York. Daniel C, French, thf Now York buhuU. llosidos tho steamer charter on Saturday evening last, after a heavy phobia, had to be killed. Tho nyniptoiu in pieces by tho mob, and tho recorder lands bo.t likely to prove of mluo nlw to students s day a shepherd by tho what ho had seen ot tho Temple ot engagements rain which prevailed there. Tho soino appeared In them nil nt tho samo time. ot the city had to read tho riot act namo of rixndorus, whllo watching his Dlanx sculptor, hnn Just arrive. n 1'arls to 1111 thero woro Wrtli-roowho tnko uotca. nn ortler for tlio Chicago mbAW tlon. It reprenontlng 7BJ.00) bushels making phoiiotncnou took place In tho eastern There wns great excitement In tho nmong tho people, who had shrieked flocks, saw two rams fighting, and ns ()2K of tho longest chutes In ilie In this city tho mother of Jesus was thu total ongngemeuts to carry grain part of this township early Moiulry neighborhood until they were nil de- for two mortal hours till world Is in n logging enmp nt Clifton, will bo n colossal statuo of the Repubtheir throats they missed tho Interlocking of their said to havo Wen burled. Here dwelt lic, a female llguro, sixty feet to eighty 8,000,000 bushels for this week. morning, and It In supposed that tlio coyed into a stable, shut up ond shot wero soro and they were Mack In tho horns nnd one fell, his horn knocked a Aqullla and Priseilla of lllblo mention, Ore- - It in of n mllo l.sh, two dozen or moro of which were Tho dog that bit them wns also killed. face: "Oicat is tho Diana of tho Ephc-sians- " splinter from tho rock and showed by who wero professors li an extemporlong. The lottom is shod with railroad feet high, llo In also at work on a meAccidentally Shot Himself picked up within n spaco of lesn thn Thero is gravo oppreheiislon in that Iron A log fdldcs tho wholo length In morial statuo of Martin Miltn"r. tho Now, wo step into tho Stadium. that splinter the lustrous whiteness of ized theological seminary, and they decenned llostou sulptor. The Mkmpiiis Nov. 10 John II. Cocke, n two rodn square, wero drawn out of tha vicinity, as it is feared other animals Enough of its wnlls and appointments the rock. Iho shepherd ran to tho city taught tho eloquent Apollos how to bo twenty second. wero bitten. w .rking capitalist of this city, wan. neeldenlnlly sculptor, Mac Moniiies is Ohio by tho sun's rays V. Dunk, tho California eloquent for t hnst Hero John preachMil (J. nre left to show what stupendous plnco with a plec.i of that stone, which Two men, supposed to bo enesped In l'nrinonan iuimonso fotinUln ' rthe killed while bird hunting ten miles a quarry from which plnco tho ed, and from hero because of his fidelh.m collrc'cd more than sevenit must havo Wen when used for foot convicts from tho Tennessee mines, races Murdrer Almy rieaJs Guilty. ty thounnud Insects olong ug to the Clueiigo fair. It will bo Iho .entral from tho city. In climbing a foneo bin and for fights with wild Wats It temple was built, nnd every month In ity ho was exiled to Patraos Hero I'l.wiot'Til, N. V Nov. 17 Almv or havo been nrrested nt ltichmoml and wns a bulldlngOSO feot long by 200 fcot all ages srieo tho mayor of Fphosus l'aul warred against tho magical arts fiiiuily, Iho thousand of decoration of tho exhibition g minds, gun wan accidentally discharged, und tha load tore tho wholo top of hla Abbott tho murderer of Chrintic Nui-de- placed in jail. Tho third man who was wide, was famous Tho tho crlulirt tribe nnd about four thou- - nnd will consist of thirty gignutio l'aul refers to what transpired goes 1 that quarry to oiler sacrlfleo to for which Epb.e-.uwith them mado his esenpo. head oiT. It Is now being put In plaster. pleaded guilty Monday. f.ilid butterllles. thero in tho way of a spectacle when tho memory of that shepherd who dis- Forccreis of thin city pretended that Foun meinlers of tho family of ho says: A (Uonni "We havo been mado a spec- covered the source of splendor and they could cure diseases and perform mini flvo yenrs ngo, It is Ths Aututta Exposition. Tiirnndn In Drill; in), Archer Anderson, wealthy fnrmernenr tacle." The Official Vote tn Ohio. wealth for tho cities of Asia Minor. In almost any miracle, by pronouncing haid, discovered growing In his field n At'OtmrA, (la , Nov. Id. Tho Augusta Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 17. A lluenos yres Coi.UMiiu, O, Nov. 17 Election re- rreachersvllle, died of typhoid fever cotton plant tho tint of which was Yes, Fnul says: "I havo fought with rcuioi tig tho groat stones from tho theso senseless wonts: "Askl Cataski exposition, now open hero, is conceded comities of tlio within three hours of ono another. bright red. "Ily sin lug tho seed ench dispatch states thnt n tornado passed to bo tho tluest cier hold in tho South turns from elghty-threbeasts nt Kphesus, "an expression usual- qu.irrv to their destined places in tlio Llx Tetrax Dnmnamencun Alslon." year he thin nensou gathered a bnlo of over tho province of Santa IV thirty Atlantic htates. It In now in full blast, state received by tho secretary of stato CO Thomas Flv.n.v, of Louisville, aged ly taken an figurative, but I suppose it temple It was necessary, In order to Paul having performed a miracle in tho miles from Hosi.urlo. It cnuned grout nnd is a fctrikltMpoxctnpllflcntion years swallowed his falso teeth was literally true, for ono of tho amuse- keep too wheels, which wero twelve name of Jesus, thero was a Ivlng family thin curious cotton." of tho givo Mclvlnley, !US,753: CatiipWll. :.. feet hi diameter, from sinking deep into of seven brothers who Imitated thu d Tiik voto of a Itlley county (ICnn.) do.ntructlon toprojiorty and loss .if life southern Industrial progress Twenty-fou- r UJ I; Ashonhiirst, 1S4"I; Seitz. 2.MMI while nt supper the other night nnd ments nt that Stadium. was to put a Tho town of Arroyo Sco w i enTho nbstrncts from Clarke, Hancock, wns choked to death before ho could bu man in tho nrcna with a hungry the i 'fth under tho uuparallcd hoft Apostle, nn.l instead of their usual man wan challenged lieenuno ho had states contribute to inaku tho tirely destroyed. Tho iiuiuWr of l .ths relieved been In thu penitentiary soen times. lion or tiger or panther, nnd tlon national In name nn well ns in Lucas, Muskingum nn I itosn counties tho that a frame of timbers bo arranged words of iiuantntion used the word reported to bo forty and of wouuU'd Miss IIkm.B HitRFzlNO, ono of the fight go on until cither tho man let tho over which the wheels rolled. havo not been rocetved yet Jesus over ii man who w as possessed of Ho was, however, equal to thn emeror thirty. A train of eighteen eeiches extent ami variety of exhibits. In beast or both wero wealthiest leaders of tho To put the immense block of marble a dovil nnd the man possessed flow at gency, ho produced tho pardoning paslain. It must have was ut tho station when tho tornado Dank Caihler Commlta Suicide. Natural Gas In IlUnoli. Lexington, has been robbed of her been great fun for theso haters of In Its p ice over the doorway of ono of tliem in .nit fliereeness nnd nearly pers for moli olTciita M Hiao.v, la., Nov. 10. . Natural Ithas been discovered nt Stronghurst, Ciikvknse, Wyo., Nov. 17. Ooorgo 81,500 solitnlro diamond nlumlnum swept through tho town. The i. tire A iiiNTtiiiii of powdered Christianity to hear that on tho morrow these ii tuples was so vast and difficult tore these raudn to pieces, and In conwas overturned, and many of thn gas Tin: Walton Aichltectural Iron in tho Stadium in Ephonux tho mission- an uohrtiklng that tho nrcluteot at sequence all up and down the streets of A. llenrd, cashier of tho suspended nnd uhlondo of potash will glvo n bril- trnln passengers wero buried In thn wieek III., twcnty-flvmiles cunt of thin Cheyenne Nntlonnl lunk, sent n bullet Works Co , of Cotlngton, has assigned. ary it up, nnd in his chagrin Ephcsus thero was indiguiitlon excited liant Hash- - light. It given no smoke, Tho details of tho l'aul would, in the presence of tho one t me disaster aro tin iger. place, by n fanner digging a well, at n into bin brain, at about 0 o'clock Mon- Tho assets nnd liabilities nro each crowded galleries fight n hungry llou inten I. miolilc, but ono night in his against tho magical nrts and a great mid Is thun fur letter than the magna-sluAll tho telegraph wires nro down depth of I'.'S feet It Is n strong damn. day morning. plnccd nt 590,000. Tho people wero early there to get tho sleep be droainpt that tho stono hud bonfire of magical books was kindled for photographic purpose IlAItliV V. Weiolei.st, a best scats, and ft more alert and enthu- sottte.l to the right place, and tho next tn the stroots and the peoplo stirred tin Most of tho princes that united to Inspector's Itaport. lllinmrck Nut Nreile.l. Steamboat arlered ntmielf to Dutb. German harness dealer of Covington, siastic crowd never assembled. They day li. found that tho great block of bhiae until S8-- 000 worth of blnuk art form thu Herman emptro arc now dead. Nov. lrt. Inspector-Genera- l Wabiunoiov. llKiit.i.y, Nov. 17. In connection with I)ANViu.n, 111., Nov. 17. Anton committed suicide the other evening at took their dinners with them. And marb iinu ny us own weight settled literature was burned to asiios DumonU of tho Steamboat In- Ernst, a prominent I'm. ii Vamikiiiiii.t killed half n dozen tho approaching opening of tho lb ehs German citizen of plnco. temple of Dl deer In tho Adirondnckn a short tlma tag, which assembles on Tucnday n t, spection service, ban made bin annual this city, wan adjtuljred Insane nnd sent his homo by shooting himself through wns thero over a moro unequal combat to tit sn,'t.tfeet long-b- Thoaao And when It Is all over, and our feet tho heart whllo his fumily wan at sup- proposed? feet wtdo. nna w ore luce. It In against tlio law for anyone l'rlnco lllsmarek Raid to a friend who report to tho secretary of tho treasury. to the asylum at our I w in taxed to pay ICiinkakee. His grief per, lie died In a few iiiiiiiitcs Ho for It. It will run no more, andscarcelyhands l'aul, according to tradition, Rinnll, All (U cr during tho strengtl pilots woro re- over thu recent to kill more tlinn three met him nt Wnrtombiirgi "Tell my It shows thn forty-fou- r p liars, each sl.xty feet high, holpless. and wo haie denthof his two chil- had been di inking and had Iccomo crooked-backennd weak-eyed- , the bal but season, but that do.sn't trouble 1'rcil electors I can not attend tho Ilel.l.' wo shall jected durirg tho year on account of dren from diphtheria caused hU iu ho the gilt of n king and in-- r to murmur u Inst prayer, then melancholy from family troubles . grandest man In sixty ccnttir cs is led and e any. llo nn pny his lino without out of a total of 1,091 sanity. yet. Moreover, thoro In no ingent sco that, iiiklvvad of needing a Inifor i ith tho namo of the doner. A Till NDHinotr hit tho hoard nf to thu center ns tho peoplo shout: scr During thu your but six examined. for my prcsonco In tho lb on 8o tlio meaning of that field, wo havu left uutllled many eor. N vi trade building ut Loulswllo, n few days "There ho comes, tho preacher who ban .Snow in Montana. to numiio bollortor Hteuiu-plpe.acre, nnd Unit notia at tho proaont tlmo." Tiik wife of Dr. John II. U llond, of ', In HoAclatlon, just as u king nert. of ono alnjlo ngo. Th ed ili took fire, und Wforw nearly ruined our religion, Tho Hon pa hu.ro occurred, w hero by fourteen lives IIm.kna, Mont., Nov. 17.-Chlimgo, poHAeoHen tho royul red cross ojo woro II our Mnsli-r'miow tho flieunMi could extlngiiihli the Hum s, Will inako in i'k uiiu oi incite p liars to ilie of it is tit for The Newark Dors Not Uel HIT, bull brief mouthful of him." pies, of D.uuu have boeu lost notwithstanding that nt has oonncd, and reports from all over shadow of thu of Queen Victoria, which wnsplmutl hud his own name not for th softening HOSTO.V, Nov. 17. Tho IJ S, cntsel loasKUO.OOO piuMeliger-- , lmvo been ex- tho stato are that tho weather Is c'onr was damaged to tho amount of eM'i.oo '. It is plain that nil the bympathloh of It in leil upon hor breast by tlio queen, n few it and tho name of his own orotr. Kdwaixl liariolt IlAitliiiimiuurt ban expended 8103,000 that crowd n'o w 111 tlio Hon, In ono clui ha boon lesn jeais njfo, In cniriiiamnratlaii of Iim Nownrk did not got nwny Mnnihu. an posed during tho toyenr ti tho possibly hut eold. Tlio snow-faIt Is Wlter to fence tint preclpUo. nt was expected, but It U thought slm clinnoo rod !!,! n mlni'iiu'ii ihrougt) llinu nn ir.eh M'lu. wt.,,i i,. i,i,. u on uW homes during tho lust ilMdiiv of tho itnricif,Tiind "uis I henr the coiiii i, o says Christ: "Him that ..... .. ..... .,.,, Miw,, work iif n mn so at tho front during the growl of tho wild beasts They hne i.ieii ii ' 'li will I inako n, pi) tir in the Uu top Uiuii to all with iwuulJ'ttttiiiK sc.von. would be iva Hi- i,ittlo to wll early TuoV n careful inflection. iilr Zulu ami the Kgyptlnn can pii'gin. runohos beep h pi f spyernl days without food tuiip.. "' '"y (ld, nml I wil' Ailto up- - at tli i bottom. o ban-relie- f, reM-den- ts loVit-me- n, pro-cons- clicvj clubs In tho Tiikiir nro United Stiitov O.m.v I', percent, of tlio population of India ciiii tend nixl writ". Tiik Island of Malta Ik ttio most densely populated 'miI on enrtli. IvVpir roul nf tlio mnrrlngen ono of tho parties has Wen inurrlcit before. At, Ann clock nro sot In thoheadloar.1 nf new bedsteads In which enrly rlsom tlee Wnrv Qucsn Victoria travels h wears no jewelry, end Is eliul simply In tlnck. Tn;iin nro inoro tbnn ono thousand Islnndn over which tlio flag of Japan Snlvntlon Arniy Convort Blioota a Gtiptaln, lien Kills h i.rir--A Willi n Woninii. oinnii In l.ov i:iinl Talmngo Organized Uprising. Tho Outlook Is Very Alnrmlng Thoro Goes to Ephcsu Special Train, tot t, u I ,y a man , s sizo or looks &lr"10' 0r hot" t. V. "'" mr" , ," .""" y. ..v,u iiui, iiiir. --- r. t,in Vl'' .'??' b0 l" "n.im .cy am . "'"'"'""i of.my I ..! ". Anil 1 stshd-poin- for All Foreigners. Tlio ltrl.it. Wrre Arni. llli lti-nlr- r l.jr (inlil. trti Tlif Out- mill lirritk ,Blnl tliti Aullmritlrs. Nov. 17 Wum IMrrttril .Mnlnljr I.oi)on. Tho Chronicle's Mnrechnle of Tronce, hnn terminated In n tragedy, sad, sudden nnd Inexplicable. Whllo yet tho bell of tho trmy'n headquarters In curfew-likOmnhn tolb-the requiem for a dind (Sunday, and tho soldiers wero filing slowly out of tho barracks, tho sound of a pIMol shot rnngoutnltovo tho notes of the Wll, and with n groan ono of tho army's captains fell to tho pavement. Mood Rushing from her mouth nnd nostriln. Her body had not yet lodged on tho t. dewulk vlien n second ivport from thu pistol wns heard, and a pr.vnto reeled from tho Jlooth-tllbbore Ovaiia. Neb., Nov. 10 Tho muster lf tho Northwestern division of tho salvation n.my. at Omaha, to meet I,a ts And Into "Onn of tlio KtrsofAslVI-ook- i Sermon fir ltr. T. lie Wilt Tnlmngr, If. If. rS lift J.1ho can thrust T defl fern (g!iiHMjwapKJ! Ilr p'!yous'-PAfreytortH- Ilr. Talmngo'a sermon last Sunday six, 34, ''Great is Diana of the I'pheslans." Wo havo landed this morning at Smyrna, a city of Asiatic Turkey. Ono of tho seven churches of Asia onco stood here. You read in Itcvclatlon, "To tho church In Smyrno write." It is a city thathas often Wen shaken by earthquake, swept by conflagration, plngucs and butchered by war, and hero lllihop I'olycarp stood In a crowded amphitheater, and when ho was asked to glvo up tho advocacy ol the Christian religion nnd save himself from martyrdom, the say Inav ''Bwost aui.l. X, released htoi jc-froelit;iirisU'' replied: "F.ight wns: Acts powers, earthlv nnd In. Ids body tumble under thrtj Land tooth of tho wild Wast IU only tho sooner find libin disen. Hut it Is his duty, on far thrall to preserve his life. Now. O UOlt of . thn wild back nnd the wholo nu-t- o doe i AU their feet ns tho fierce "ffn for tho nrcna and to- (tnall neennnnf T tlitnl 'first plunge that wan mado i Iw.ut at tho apostle wnn ne point of a sham blado. Amdel t arfng monster with a howl rpeklng with goro turns 111! ffflc of 1'aul with a wild Wait ftcst man tn tlin i. hat ban ho to fear? II 1,n. Bd If Heaven and earth nnd p!, slt Wfi) 1 " ...-,- - anti-foreig- n lib-bor- n May-field- 's con-sum- o n innr-ileros- k will-lo- n- - d con-cave- d hor-ribi- Ufl v com-mittc- o sue-cos- Isoi-mtuh- x e s, con-line- d -- x o four-foote- , rd famine-stricke- 1 estali-lUbMcnt- s Ephe-sians- ." V 1 bus-lan- d Hero-stratu- s e . d i threo-nunrter- a iner-len- t! 1 hoin-wliige- d n, 1 o ev-po- tt 1 half-worl- d enr-rln- 1 ' well-know- n -- d i tllfll-cully- . A i i i i Tho s - ll i - 1 I v I-iw - . ilHl. j1' ' -'ia-- tji. -- ysy-si hm t4?; lifHij mwmm jgatl-r- i mmsm '"p- . SM tiTgSm0i' - irH " t. -- . id ' ffeefff'ff'lm,r' zasm .itii SO WMM?&::i&W;!;t-,h'- t ti' - -- ?$m$ -- W .if ,0191 HW HI awunmwin-miTjmniLH- i nm m TtiJ XatlXLCOlS flrP OHfe. I - LO W pnssa PRICE 5 II O bSssAeJd 8J S E OF verythmg ML dSiEaa E23 DICK MAN! W8 . Offer. " . BBCB "IF3 SS38 1 4 A . -- TSr .A. W t Has now got his House chock fiilljSFtfBW FALL AND WINTKR GOODS, all first class and desirable, and at such LOW 1'KIUJ,& that it is Astonishing- ! Jivcryuocly that has looked at thciiJ? Come right along and buy good and substantial Goods at the Lowest Trices you can find in Iiickman, or any oilier place x 'o jtu i se. : jeh-LsIL..J jc .i c l..uj t3i- - .& .. .ffisi z k j . t. . - -- L-- A nr-- ii -t- .-U w&.ipi THE HICKMAN COURIER. ' " i c sjjHsiiiystgi &. a:. m. miei !ilrnp;e 34SS3. S R,.JW - & r. Hi?. ..:' ?: i&Sk&l i,. ur-tc!- e, "f. .. a com noyy.x i'j The It is a .11111. Home Et'(iirofliy. U3 Yo commend the following noticeable fact that tho And We are All txi If. Irfaj 'J Wil W W ! HICKMAN, KY., fiom tho Klizabetlitown (Ivy.) colored people are getting along State Auditor Norman's olllcial Xurs, to our readers as worthy The Kentucky State Alliance, tieiiepitltlv. nuiotlv. mill ntinnt ns firm : NOV. 20, 1801. in session ;tt Klizabotlitown lust .rn.m.'nn.UAll FRIDAY, n.nuv other rlna rel,orl h0WB tlllll Ollly 30 COllll ol coiiMiderutiou, for what is trim rO'.'J.wk-'dr'A.t- f pay into the Stato Treasury iff Hllzabethtuwn is truo of Hick week, conducted its proceedings nr..nn..inii.Pn,,ni.n,,tii.H..,,ii....-..iicin secret sessions, briyAcau table States, but dollars to doughnuts! ",0, tl"ul xh' tlraw ont am, 8(J.Ah., or any other town: 8ixtyturee millions per to 1b tho size of tlio liusincss noto world is given to uMKdihnt rfhut beforo this tliuo next year tho counties draw out more than theyf ,Thcre may bo n great difiereuco iWi.r '" ... ln tho pauper list, thrffn.tioiig people In regard to what transacted by. Arm our, tbe Chi- - retimed1 Jo - 'm VoinronTrgO'rnins,'wlirbon runno-- , . .. ... ..... . nrc t. j i... . ' tMBNorit iir known as pomic.u icniprouity. Third political partylfPhat It nil!" order nnd the colored iiopu. ru:n' l(iri" " weamiy lime conn. ... . roolproctty us Ti7f Stiitn AllfnnrA Avlilliltml .it,t o.wir.nu ,ri,i tu t.nncii nH the ..." but r. .... tv of Fulton rcce vcs dl.S."i inoro II,,,...' ooiiuam tiiirni.niii.i,li. olw.nl, u come -- tiiTT'd . ........ ....... ... ..... " II ,.. Ili.i, IUOII Will UU Will I Hon. T. T. wisdom in .. more than wo imv In: Hickman n..i .i...n.i. t..,.indiiiil... riiI..' .. .... ......... . ' in be .n claims iitvri.. rni.ri. ih in. iriu.r khviiiiv Gnnlncr, of Carlisto county, to mid tho than that ono good turn deserves! Treasury nnd Land Loan propo- tlollB w, bo i,rught about that county la ;lOU.fiOnliorl A 3' tho presidency of tlio order. an officer for unun. .a pauper u nuotlicr. The man or woman who (? . . will result in hundreds of them "'g The Murray Lodger says Hint eitlons. i ... r ., All ilio Ioca not beliuxo in tl.U uml pr...j of ?7,l'ja.l2. organization urine slaughtered, and all this1"0 , As a .v.. "from- present prospects every ' conuty In tho old Gibraltar will there can bo no more objection to merely to help elect Republican S?i J ".rd niil SlcOmcketi. have one or more candidnti'8 in tho farmers, or any number of I'rosident next year. vantage toany community. Tho Join ".(OIH.III, . I'ri.'l, n. (, JOII'MM, (tikltr. CUts. lULiril.. Irnt. tho Sold next year for Congress." them, great or small, meeting in man wlio s sunnor ei u i s mis i 'V.9 wsl Tie Force It woiilil linvo cer. "4U """ """ """""""f '"ty of JefiersQii foots tho bills for nens by Ins neighbors and who. next thing of interest on secret work, than there is to tho tainly brought about these TnB 1 the political programme is tho Miifionfi. Odd Fellows, ornuv other rapes" to h horrid iloree. and the 00 I,lll'" counties. jloe not in turn .support his neigh. 5j54.h".; US lie mil, don't de election of the Speaker of tho ... ...... ..nintn..l --r...!,nHA...I.. .. """ - u" Japui)llcau party would unvciinui Tim tntnl nmnniit nnlil Inln ll,n serve nnything frou. the commu "' "'" ; National II on so of Heprcseutn-tlvos- , ?"""'" ""I'"""-- " j lty iu which he lives. Thcro Is IZiT For fore Y.) which will occnr on tho first uiuuio American peopio aro on- tIlia ifnmy lU work but Tor the 5 ,,,lu whereas, the expend, no reciprocity In his make up. Ho tcrly hostile to secrot political or-- or bW Republican Sonators wi,0!i,J5,-531rMonday in December. CDWOILL'S EYS GALVS. Toe Third uart.v noonle and tho gaulzatlous, as lias been repealed votcil wlt, t,e Democrats against i:art'8 l)J":l'c SMteon ournceoimt occupies tho same position to lusi Democrats in Kausas aro trying 'ly proven in th to arrange for n fusion electoral country. There are tlidusnuus ol lh0 Commander of tho Grand made out ol it and earning it on , ticket next year, it sucu n com- lintnia itit inn mbers of this .......- - Army of U(0 Koptiljllc has com- nm l'.r Plt to spend elsewhere. The merchant bination were made the State nPQi t.im.niii ri nnn i. . . We olTer the most Liberal Aecomniodatlons Solicits .toiir buidnesF. nnliliifl rn nn. InBllceU ,H9U1I1 orders against lm- CTZQ1LVS ?IL3 0I1TTHSKT. .w .,.. who bavo earerally stud who behoves in leeipiooily min surely bo wrested from tho v.o would Those to our L'ustomeis Cotibisteiil ilth ltabllu-........ ., .. to tlifl hiwvei-Hmlitnr. . . come such. who. none tbo less. ..! i.. Republicans. iisiuuij lumii uaga, uic umuoiic- ieu :iio figures ot the last census ministers, farmers and Ranking 1'iinelples. , . . V evonboili Idr For T.tter n.l I'ligro. was about UUh H llll lilllliUI IIII.MCI lUIIIUtC cs of incipient rebellion, tren - jgay that iu 1SDJ fully 12,000,000 else, you buy what j on need iu iCOWILL'S TSSJS?. 0I1ITJCSIIT. Tiie the only Republican newspaper in meuta eflectiug its existence, for, son, &e. votes will be east for I'residont of my line of me, thon I w ill buy tho country that did not indulge in right or wrong, they bcliovo that It is along time sinco tbe war, u,e United States. Probably :.',. iThnt I need In jour line or jnu. Syior Wormi, rr..-.1 !.:.. exultation a Third party would prove tho tho wild ir iim .........i - --?.tit. 0. HALT I'.U. . T. TYMJU, .1. V. 1'0 Ul.h, R. 11. RltKV ARD, -r " , . 'VVrV over tbo Republican victory iu death of tho Farmers' Alliance. and the wonder is that tiny people, 000,(100 men In that j ear wdl cast ;,! ", A A. I'AKIS, W. A SHUCK, .1. W. CO WO ILL. ' Ohio. That paper says: "There is, That class of Alliance leaders who whito or colored, can be imposed their llrst ballot in national con- - p.ofcion:.! men, n,M;,er, iHUor-' i.i uut.u. upon by such incendiary poli- test. Over 1,000,000 of the entiio ers und mechanics don't practice! room for doubt that to bo sure, no tho Republicans will hold the State are pushing for a Third party are ticians. It is all politics, and the 12 000,000, ilia estimated, were It they lose loo. Hut what is worso. For Ss hj lUr l'ririnon. in 1S92, but they will have to work apt to denounce such expressions meanest kind of polities at that, sk leciproeuyjs uiu piau flATWflf7 T n flfl?l!TflTTV born since Fort Similiter was fired vigorously niid intelligently from as these as old party demagoguery, lieed tho town loses money. The lV W UXIfii & UU V Ulljij, m. : "?. K &, i&: . v of the but the real farmers might well and yet thousands of people will on that is to phv nearly two money is taken out of tho town tho beginning to tho end i M'rw. i n .v it w .v bo rushed iutb trouble by snub thinls ol all tho voters uextjear limj does not come back, the bust. campaign to do It. They cannot Hickman, Kkktuckv ufl'ord to give awny any chances, pause und inquire into tho appeals will bo men whoso memories di aess of the community is decreas-. of such leaders. will givo awny none." und not go buck further than 1S72. ,'"- I'n'PiTiy cpreciateaasa eon- A.ju1 The Republican party in the V. DIESTKLBUUSMC. MiT roll l.l;VKI..l.Vt. woman iu ". ' Tlml liolncr tin. ..f.n .miimH.Iu! ,a "VI"L tlittiL'i.and the man or Tittr Now that the November elec-vu irhf. " .', ......i Iliftt fcii.ii.il t. ilnl. are over tho manufacturers United States is a minority party, tions This is from tho New York for elective oniees who hnvo noth-- , .ir8 1)y WI3,I i)Kl'(;s. A iuy.r ,;ay from home iu in the Ronubllcan States are cut- - and tho j;reiU question that con- Herald: iug else to back them but '.heir tho long run lose more than they ...., , i.i-- i I. n i Mt... l.. ,l.n n...nna ... .iiu nn. fronts tho people iu the Presideni tl rlteli, but oi npi.ee to bam llllg uunil .lie ...it;!. nf AND "Roth honest politics and com Miidicr record cannot hope to cro- make. If John Smith makes his NOIroublc lo (how foAiii. ployeB. Eight linntJred men quit tial election of next year is wheth mon seuso indicate, the necessity late the same enthusiasm with tho money iu KlUabcthtouu and buys Come m1 see, at the earner of Trtj week work in Pittsburgh lust 1. 1 ( c o it a, Mdieow Aidu. l.H lllfkmr.i, I.; of waiving tho claims of could with the their wages were reduced, er this minority party shall con land, the claims of Hill, the Oleve- "kids" ofthat they Iu other words Ids goods In Louisville ho is not- tn.l PASC liOODsT 'OL'Oo. elaiinn boys practicing reciprocity. Hois igtiuno to control the Government: Jrt3 nnd more than that number bavo inn must oonvtoi&Uio new volYOU or ! suffered in this wny iu Ohio sinco .. shall the. majority so .unite 8 i of "ll.thoUier mosscoyered can- theythat they nrotcntitlcdjto elec- - miring tlicufuctUintar the other , ,,J . .. eitlzens o commimily treated. tlidatesniid concentrating every ers W filmiw jii A'r-j"- ! rvrf m i "'v'i. .j MKDI0AL Tho manufacturers inai uio majoruj . "'., rule t the election. I'AINTS, j energy 1W oil tho election of a new tln qn omo other ground than hlu, as ho Is troatfiTg them that ho' had to put up heavily to save tho Tho Democratic party ropre man irom tue their scrvico in the army more ouM not make tiimicv to sncudl OILS, FS15. high priest of protection iu Ohio, votand levelheaded and wideawako! than a quarter of a century ago. In I.iusville or anywhere elbo. j (t A 1TT(T' and the workmen will pay one sents n largo plurality of tho ',Rt' I saying this iro rellect This may seem hard to somo of He loses sight of tho fact that ir y W'3l?is 4Uii4i,cij SIMX'IALTV. half of it and tho consumers of ers of tho United States several r1":"1"! Vjr!!1 .lV.!"; 'V." I?.?1?; hi Vwn. ''V'0''1.0 ,.ri,'5,",c,:,, K,v' ,, ,..., hundred thousand more than tho LU. ."?1"!o" . f." Srow'"B goods the other half. H i uu mill uu "iiuiu 111.111 inn xii mwmi ih i".' uiii.nuiui, uiu ii iiirj niii) ui uiu ifiiiic. TnK Democrats and Alliance Republicans, (which has been uncut they will business and that his Idea of AH.irimni It is a universally acknowledged ,oni rotiect n people of Minnesota have formed proven in every election the past illicitly military ness Is "penny wiso nnd pound I ilU.V fcPffWpU i rr Tt P1 ti ?f H n Tf ttt Ci fThm fc? f i4A?VfV !?J 7 H'j f an alliance to carry that State. It iLyears,) and with tho Fanners' ' VoJ"vn Democratic fnctiouists .fil inn irnn in Mi.vicn fiuloil iVnm fnnli.il. .' Tlii.rn .ilif.nl.l ..t.n iinri'..l ViTfl-iH.kJ . ... canuoi. none reciiirocitv .uetwceu aw . . ill. fi.ut rtil Plaral'i ml , i "' is announced that "the c "...- - "; uieir lniiKiH. nun uiey .ri.t..i ti c ' To l IN.IIIliI before, and may again defeat any that men who have come into ex. liens of uuv town, first boeauso ill the two factions bavo come to an "OLD y i Me aim Xew Y(jrk agreement on a progrnmino byir ul-ll- the caui(nte An(, it fa fstuiuso since ..t IIIbeginning of the bulI.N up tho town and increases t T T3" ....... i a n An nnil lit! Ifnini i Inun lm slnilnn ..-.t i Ift. r Ktri'4 a SfIou.lt.) SiorV of ilir .A..n i i i Uil rnVci " " cnoriBii tne value 01 property, ana secona protmblo that a distinguished Dom- wnr 0I ,H0 "f "H J of of all IV ll ' l jV ,,, ,',-v,- ! Inny warmer feelings for those who because there is n mutual nbllga-the defeat of the Republicans next ,t would represent nn immense Lmt "0ta S0'" otl,erbtn, W0l,7 fonght in it, than they themselves year in the matter of Presidential uinJority of the whole peopl e.aad tion resting on ecry citizen to OwJ. Jeilww.l to .n, ,.vi of the Viijr HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &e. . . bo as strong, or stronger, on this aitl for tho Mexican veterans. The help those who help him. electors. Stato otllcers and tbo . , wouuinoi oe a biiauoir oi uec0Ute A lirRC luajority of Doui- - young men being iu tho majority Legislature. Their action, how- T1 OT,TT7"ER A nLltk nn eBf rJ l ONi: I'ltlCL', on J ' il ever, is not final, and must bo act- - doubt as to v otory. ocruts throughout tho whole coun. "ill force measures they aro fa , i i 11 i 7".TI,e "nhjeot of good roads is OLpUm! f, Is it sonslblo for the farmers to l,liliur ' ed on by both party conventions. and candidates must vrrr 'nn ml Lr mutVfl JtiHtr, Piovplnml nn.l' of ti.i , hi- dllU UilUbl IdMJI That of the Alliance is to bo held ihroivnwnvmielm vlctorvf fin.nl. ,ri ,,fcr ....ike themselves solid hiiIi them, pp'tniffn pietty thorough vent - " ICcntiit'Ity Slnto Ajllmu'i. What to Buy? iff A TO M iiife; &-SI1A- - nn-tm- t , adiBKtA - -- I ,.'.,. IH-II-- 1 i ---t ' .f '"J I - non-politic- - o,l .'....... - 1 3i ". ,; ' '""""""). V "u lX3Vl& VLl,1'' fir?U f3Vi.zkM st"& I $ , ". 'itT. -- ifi' $ liti: persons indebted to the late of or the undersigned, MUSE the or account, jnevious by I'puulfully 4BPar to lorward and settle, placed will the hands of or tho collection. -- A RHIKB W5ii'Si.ls?ii SKI 1 J. fr JBkm ICEMAN 18ANK, t, u.-.r- ......,....,. .. .. ... - - .... iuniiit.. . ilfii-lnr.- i. t' '"- Paid Up iSapital $40,000.00. DIBBOTOHS. :tsr rh , Globe-Democr- j cock-u-whoo- ," " r.:iiv ni.. r 1 iM-'- ""'."o m ' vw "deina-goguerj- " ... - . -. Donlor -- .!... Family Groceries. FoVflCtlt 'p - WrW& ,ut u-.et.i- e - of-th- j)0n't, SgU4&&fJl I , ' broad-shouldere- - ft that ..... iv-"- .i -- if lulhi' i rnuscjiiL'Tioss UUL-i.- . bu' .r ""'i ft .,..', ,,.,,.i y ' v ' "'--- l l : . . .. ' , i I . I - "e"" f I . 1 " HIOSMA27! i" HELIABLSt" ! j al I a:;'couUoUr""oYd'''",tfrt;',,,'rrlS mo .hhtuck. W- All govU SKTufasTiffi Ibfy Uolud stale. Sento. nl Id Ihg Boll, cluli.1 U,o. ll,o.v liovo . drad He would nily ilown .ml llirol. 11.0 KepabllceD parly. - ,x ,y ssc" orGov-1"'","'- " - Tc.,c8Sco eoiiDllee ami . .. ., ... ...... . , Um ...... ..... ...... .y. .,,,s luuiiii -i ...w ,. ..ii. (v.ir.mii, .uu .v. .,, .,..,'... ..., .i rf... ... .. ..,. ... ...... on tliori nonce, na oi reaHiuiu.r i m iir.a ..,.. b. ... ..(.,,... rr...i,n ...u. F3 . .ti . of his treatment iiv . ..ii... r. iui l'..v:ii .uiu It oi... roads until some plan baa been de Republicans when Campbell can finally bo educated to an en-- , next year. These clubs are mighty hcuded. . the g V vised that will make thorn bolter my Bliop nir tht Jail. , dorsomout of tho Land Loan and 'good educational defeated him for Governor. Slier-schools, and good. Good roads arc worth Tho drouth is nt last broken if not plans., but whether Tennesseo Den.ocrata hnvo n big haB, b.oen. illth0 Senate sinco may bo obtained, but! and the rain has fallen. Tho wheat having, they ,, , or ot , ji3 fiuro. 1801, with the exception of the lh bu of money, which has been laying in tho dus; it requires expenditure ,ii,ui iipproauiiiiig. timo tliat he spent iu the Cabinet,! unnnn, v " l.v t,u ...... l.il.r In U.......W I.. fll'M. Uli.li.D, ....il i...w. ... i.'lly they Jo know that nil the recent ,.io i.n B..iiP for weeks nast. with nut smDIcI.hii i.nt n.i "" -- v """"" ."." ""." ' " elections show commends moisture to sprout it, will now take tern oi goon roans, uui uucu ubthat the peoplo do Tiie Courier-Journa- l goes after, it is likely ho will win tablishetl they aro of incalculable in this Senatorial race. "Littlo not tit this timo endorse such prop- - benntor ueorgo lor tiavellng over courage and come to the surface worth to tho community. In noth- Breeches" might us well find a 6oft ositions. Therefore, will the farm his District to acquaint himself ui.imuuiiiusjiiuiRuiiiiniiuieUll- - ,.ri.n.,s is it more nocessarv " place to fall on. ..... ... ... -- "'"lorn liunl winter. lut ui this great n rers, who are heartily iu harmony ,nill. 'I.n r,..,l!. .,,....., ...r I.I., ...... tender to f.ico the cold and freezeK to get out of the oltl ruts than in Since tho Republicans have se- with tho Domocrnts upon every stituents, and attributes it to tho is no danger ofnui- tue muuagcmeui oi uur iiitfiiwujo. cured gootl woikiug majorities in other question, push to tho ft out bqnatot's foresight in realizing, country there death. &k one starving to If biscuits .-' w.'.VS..-" ' l.r the Ohio Legislature grave fears 1'!!'" llltcklrll'i. A nil fi. Ni.l.e. iuuu-'- i issues which aro suro to divide1'1"11 member of the Legifilaturoiiiro scarce corndodgers vl!l bo Tim !Ji:st Savi ln the world for Cutis are felt that Senator Rrice, n Demus say our prayers their friends, nudai. ocrat, will bo unseated and a insure the nro hereafter to bo deprived of thick. Only let clear of third par- Hnilv, Some, UlceM. Hob Khcum. Fever regularly, steer Mtn, l'etior, Clnpiiel Uanils, Chilblain, j put In his place. The success of tho iiiinoiTty ? free railroad passes. Gcorgo is ties and trust in tbo Lord. 2IETVf.n U.m, iia all BKlii l.ruciion-- , nun ;epublicans aro heartily in favor In the face of such u plain eon right. l'ilc. or no py roindre'l. It of the unseating movement and dition, the leaders who would thus Uginrnnlvo'I to k1 paffect .tifnctlo. Louisville and Memphis, The New South says that any or money refunded. I'rlce U5 emtn per want to see both Sherman and thwart tho majority from securing Tnu greatest diingor to DoraoUp II Foraker represent Ohio iu the power, is certainly nn oncuiy to emtio success next vwir Ih Unit of our Southern towns may ac- - hox. For sale !y 0. A. llotoombc, complish much if they huvo enPullman Buifut Sleeping Cars United States Senate. The ... n j.i .1... i iu iu mi iica ouu purposes oi tlio Third paity may tako off .hn.iMQln. t.i.i.uiin tu ,i.iou uiu tu. ii io.iij; ....I'.ni.a for such action is that Rrice iini IMdJlt fcj I'SOH ANO 10 ilk iiiniiirii work, who will appreciate the i enough votes iu Arkansas, is n resident of New York. Tho JOlllHVlIluIomplM.llMtOII Democrats would not be surprised West Virginia and North uu of advertising and have tho in. ItoiiKo, A'loltHlitirur, mi a Tun Democints can't win iu ls",v Orli'iuiH, via nt such notion, for they are pro- - .Minnesota without tho Allianco, Carolina to enable tho Republi- telligonco to pluco that ndveitisDI3ALEKS IS Tho St. LouiB ..- -. iug whero it will accomplish the .I - , IU -- .. - I'll ...-! 3XUMIM1IH. IIUIVU, l. UiltU UAIIUl IUIIL'1 Ui I, is fc"re'1 "'ey win iu cans to carry these States. If the best results. .! en seeking iu can't any theft which tho Ropubli- - ,ml dure RBI). n. III. "'( Aftf.n a...hh Ropulilic are not dupes; they gene.-allKDU1K ir. i UUlWft ANU 'Jvili can pnrty may make upon tho ofll- - ienucsseo with it in oxiHtonce. Third party thus keeps tho Repubweigh carefully all tlio advan JO A"ll THOM cos of tho country. Power is their 'Therefore, what shall it profit to licans in power how will the Ocalu Now Issued tages ottered nnd compare (hen Nw Vort, PhllaiUliihl J.ililmore. W.. synonym of right. gain half a loaf to lose a whole Demands bo advanced ! with tlio drawbacks, nnd tho con. inelon, Norfolk, Dl.l point Cainfori, "0, Twico-a-WeoKlcliinoii'l, HulTrfto, t'leTrliiul, To. inanity that makes tho highest b.d Benatob Vkst, in ..a recent in. " "" lo.lo, 0lilcnKOl9M.liiinnii) The Tobacco Growers' Ware is likely to get tho greatest num. l..i,lo ..v ..in. v.i, ..o it ivDiii. ,.fl cll u. r"L '"sisslppi River Ooinmts .c. tmn. ,l,.l,.n.l Olnclnimll, I.uula villa house, of Louisville, continues to beraud tho best material his observation of the recent elec Tao3tlay and Friday, i:ntcrii "ml .orlticnitlrrii I'olitt" tions, that Oloveland must bo the 8'011 wauls Oougresu to givo tliem be a caimo of trouble to tho Farm. AN" Yn We ate olTerlni ll graijt of rialn, Jt'iUnm anfl Fine Kurnlliira atcfallr ftlnenl rrlr't. Democratic nominee next year on six million dullars a year for 10 ers' Allianco. Complications in 12 to 14 Pag03 a Wook, It is funny, says tho .Iona. MeniliUlo, Viekil.iirg, llaion ftoiige, Nun CAnyo full line at all timn.nf cha.rs, Rockoro, Taliloi, DuroniiB Wanhotttiino. mine .louruai, now mucli rnekol Ordain, Moliila, I.ltlU lluok, Hot to Ua decapitated ox.. tiAitttfa Iti.iililii Wurdrobou, Chambor Soto, Mattrnsnao, Sprlnui do osuarni:nif Hull, a d.lftkA ...'lit. i uiu in i - ..t U""Pl fr0 in Cairo to For $3L.OO a Year. HprliiKt au.l point in Vil Ten- price to bo Die lonoii, lliveuiuirul an l lonvime.'. ,. ....inlng. us it iloes, (Tom markable, iiesidini 1'rwlii fin., voir ngo "",l, l"'"t"" - " . imou huuiii i... '7"Ve at l.oa.l.iiirlur.ou Unrlortakoro' Qaatitt ami rt.icountaUeonn.t;tlvn tu ttti ...u..u..o.i nl licttat, Tm hi, ArkmniMi, MUovf Oileans, and cutl re protec; tho State Alliance refused toen-.tn- r the leading exponent of freo sil-lln. We OKrry a largo line ot Wwilen ani it' lal.tc Iluiul Clioi. iiilppl, Lonlilaiia, anil Saniplo Copies Saut Fros! i.r ikMire. rl wmnr li.in,.t l WIlfSilrlo2 an J Job Work u p icUlty. In tho Senate since tho death tion from Hoods. ver Tin: m urn ami Hot,"rii:wr. dorso it, but only Inst week nt number, set them to growlingas s of Mr. Reck. In the last was a matter ol alninht TiiEltK is no excuao for Anarch iOllzabothtown they did endorse.1 though it T'j lino It thorougbly cinlppril anil iu Mr. Vest was tho chief of ,mllo'ml '"Portaneo. The editor, condition, anil proildej nil silver advocates, and to his ists iu this country. llteir Incet !lNw. 1'ret.hleiit Gardner says the, the and iirintors eoirtct nrranKoment Id time miJ through efforts, to a great extent, was duo diury talk and open isnItB to the endorsement must be withdrawn, Iozeni, of m!stnkoH in nearly ovcry mn. A Fn.VrUIlK la tbe timo and A Cafo Invo3tsio.it. nfourt.l by the Limited Kxprc nuuyui nrticio iiiiikiiii in lor puniieati. n. .... """" ' "" "' . . 7h mi,' orour comitrv ouL'ht to ho uuu,,"0 ",u Tralnt, Only a nlghla ride belwD "j5 Promptly nnd sevc ely panlaUod. mombeMlilp Iu tho Louisville To- - but If thoy happen to make o.,a In one. which U f;uai antced to brlnir yon and Mvinplili, and lliubeat and scon the' mm. oi ' mistake, what n howl is rnisod s.iilifuctory rciiH, or la fate of ftlliiroa I'OttliTllle aertlce belneen tbe tiro clllcn Ohio on n silver platform, and in f the (,. A. R. fellows would stop buceo Ksohnni'e. which. It I Wo don't claim to ',0 rrlnrn of piiroliaw prlro. On tills iiafe quickest about plnn roil e.in buy from our nilvertln.l ever ofTore.l. View of the serious t isagteemeut blowing about a now und thou euifl- - is utlorlJ nt ) liri,',,,co ,nflimb,e hlll we ,lont ,,,,. For lowrnt ralct, time tablet, and alt Nnw Pl. within the party on that tinestlon,1 harmless, but priceless., relic, Iu lll pnrpoBPBortho Alliance. Tho lni,ny miH)l,ceB UB B0MI ,,00 o )riilt a Iwttle of Dr. Klii'ii Hcnlcr tu covury lor Cnn3timtlon. It l Kinrnntrcd desired Information apply to ho says silver can alTord towalt,i,,)0 Blmno of tho Wim..oii8c FltlTZ llKf,I.Ni:it. Ag'l, who'nro critirno to vry cow, wlun ' "erJ ' rebel fliico. ow,,cr8 of aro rorced to thoCnim- and harpalways ready to one tl1(.y nayhriiiif relief In Tlunat, Luiioii ?riie. for and he Do.noe. a lo par y, If N.O.&St. I,, ll.lt., Illckmaa, Ky. Cliwt, Msiiireeilon of about every that they rn "ouio DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND would not lose nil, must adhere to ' symirch. -- oelnnpnpor. Tlio only man eom. mioli it OonHiiiiiiitiuii, IiilLiiiiiaittloii of Or W. I'. MUllllELb, Agent, N. N. ti M. V. Co., nifes. Tenn. llronchiiw, Aitlmia, WlioopInK the single issuo of tariil reform. it8 0vortouConfe.lcrute,Illvouno, o""10 U0CttllBe of uio kick 0f critleiso n inijiii in this I.iuiK'i I,. PIIIIbAN, Agent, vto, r..... A lliitinn ...... .. ., t .ina annam. Im tl.ti.lM ftvuwiii' .i in fv - .......,. i All it.ivll I2ICKPIAN, ICY. ill ifoitime Is....i... stripes --it....il niiii IIia nlncn mill tintrniinrfo. that t...-in vz months with. rn .nne.t is inn one wnn nnmr C'hukIi. ('roup, do., rerfi'Ctlyll U pleasant an J Or J. N. & M. V. Co., I'aducnh Junction. N. mfe, ami can itjjnvaiilo t tintc, ngo will come, but Its not ngo, muk0a respected. "Shoo't thom "old endorsement mMake; but wheru will lid hIwuvh ilvnenileil upmi. Trial botllcn Or IV. II. I'ROUTV, Gen'l Tan. A'pi. rayoi. xuis is uio rigm kiuu oi tun;, uu tho spot." Luulmlllc, Ky PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. you find him mid that now it comes too Into. 10c, at 0. A. Ilolciiiubs'd Druz ritute. 7fl".,'Ki , Oven 100 of tlie e.o.peU Tni. - l"?,',',"?,"','' !rc;;':tsl.S'tiSiflE SSr 5 .","', rS? l'roW I thl. ?.ar.mo It Hi'"" o"n.innltle -- Roofing """'" HERTWEGK. gutr.U, to to t trierutrJ i , JST3oilt37& , - 2 . 'n " 4 r, ,Z ;.JW-- BALTZER the ci:i.KinrnD 0OB, on account .. UA.wuvAOTUucm. o ?!. j y i ' , ...,.... . - I Wi??-,tMTS- -- .'Jg:'..-g'-..t...M m m uu r ym I '!'', I - Drus-rli- U o I - Ten-iiesso- e, al-- STEPHENS & TYLEO, r - ..-- -.- .- est-incu- I I m y k, MmMMMMwk .'" i j ir?.r.baff u- ,,,.,. r- -- 1 rt,. fftditifc i Con-gres- nrKt-cl- n proof-reade- r """ THE OLD EILIABLE. ,"""'"" OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STDFF- 3, i. ltni, l'Lll-"l.l- ! t t w- -i w - 1 ,11 l WCTW"1"""' V 1 J -- sgigagfliBii - WiWIIiWWM VKl pjtrv -- '"Ti" .. - j saaaaaaaaaaaapajjgaaaw I ' . 8irMry L A, ..aMMkfeaamJaaaaaaaaaaaaBaW'tt ' jiivgrESKB. . v.ut.M ,tvutxnBmiNKm WMiftVh iti'uumjtfmiwl T T .CTf T j, IPP'mv 'shel' W 'W. -- - ' - - "' " "WW T B"t P- - J "VS7"o t:re KTow loei.ci3r slto.c! 1V3Ioz"o tlaLStn TSTillingfi&A - to Sliow our Fa) 'MOUSE & DUOS' rt Sc-taror- t Wa M3?i 4 $ EJ27 v fl Display of Drcis Goods rnnnot In crjiitiltcil in Hickman! have tlio Latent Novelties in I bcs embracing Guild ilcdford-CorfleHair, Drllliuutinc, Ilroiid-l'lotPlaids, ICto., as correct in Stylo an can bo foiiml on counters of any city cabililislunuiit. Ol'U W i our Counters alone are to la: found the beautiful Fur trim med Jackets and Fur Canes, with Mulls to mutch, so iinn- - High-ACLOTHING Justly holds a firmer position than ever on the top wave of Popular Favor. h, -, ular this tcason. , FOR HA KG A INS in long us "Out ot Sight!" Wit A PS the Trading Public will ,UU LA DIPS' FINK SHOICS easily mniiitiin thoir reputation for "The Best FittiiiL'." and "Durability.'' while our Men's Hoots and Shoes are right up in the race. FKUUTII TO TELL, wo lccj everything yon want, if you d want the Latet aud Hest of everything. us CORDIALLY INVITE ONE AND ALL to come X'TTE nud gee us. Ls "HZ? Kj TJ & yU A &h JNJ W sarzsesa jjWffajl M".n sMiA'tv fiSaVVMkv WkWal PM L'iiiv;rsJiy wi fiLL TCSl uZ A1B -- o w J 3ai-t JceJ is IZii'kiiiiiu. C!i'iiMiuii In tct m ix towns and cities hundreds of miles away. Classes are regularly organized, a printed syllabus, giving a full outline of tho topic, witli Br? N 01 questions, references aud various c erwk e7 mrje aym ir iMiggestionu, is disttibuteil, a quiz fcSSa is regularly conducted, and written examinations uto held for the benefit of thosu wishing tho test. Surely it will bo admitted that such a course, pursued under comvery petent direction, gives promiso of fruitful results. It Is not designni--a ed for aninscinent; it is work, i ?" mental work, and it requites teal sliKleuts. tio bubstau-Hal- , indeed, have the results in Hngland been, that tho University of Cambridge accepts the certificates of examination obtained for study pursued under tlio Univeri sity Extension Society in lieu of rsaidonoo at the University itself. Some good ladles of Hickman mat on Thursday of this week to t'lticjis' 3It!tt(in; organiso to do what tlicy could to Ilailroad Tliuu Titbit'. I Tin Hickman tnuu who known il iiUntit lilrt nclshliorft may tiuikn chock Immoral Influences on the N., 0. & St7I. K. 15. I'lirsimnt to iinitatioii from the trmii" ition nf M((!mnM !mt tin ;n jooil iiowMpupur reporter, hut KI1IUM iho wouMn't lust Ioiir In tills com M..,or and Council, u number of LCOK niUUci,a'H to wIlul M, I Tlalu Tf.l. St M, It lit r r n munity. Many a man who thinks i.u&eiifl of Ulokiimu met in City CouIui:ui8 ot 7i.l tl.HMr a Train 3. U. .V) wns adopted; and neither will plan Tbli ro. inVi loe oonnrclloo xllli ho could rulo tlio world Hnmccs llir L. N l MeKtl coliif nnrili, n.l hid iiiind when a hornet golN after Hull, Tut'rulii.v iilplit, to eoimiilor tho Couinuit discuss plana with wllb llr .V. N ft M. V. l l'Juch June-ll- him. lo iiiIviHuliIlity of participating only to suggebt that an narth in, ii S'wbrn cvHf - Ho to Yiiiinc & Hro'rt for id i Stato Coiiveutiou of towns of tbeui, moJallan ciBf imhiMi earnest, practical effort on their tl ah class to consider tho prop - t" rt lo .. V(111Ilf, 1Iin1 , ... ... i fresh Kruut ami Pieklos. 11:20 Srrlrt f llio HitlarupAl liurcti, for that class! V0r8,ti. HluUBiotl wooUl bo ono do- ni.it w of olmrt In n tllvoreo oaso Intel v mry lit al 3nl 8unilr l cliled In liiilhiim tlio fvli'tciH'rvtmJtT tlio iThwQonetttutlou. St4lr tiiit " .10 p m Ktrrf tility sliowpd that tlai wife- lind froquont of their aids, thus creating among IChAO m., Mr jolll, V. Cowgill was olect- - young society "a o o of ideas," (illil lit 7 a clock rri' inj ItcHirr Miiiii'lhiug ambition, fri H I'mziU'oii, llre'or. Vy,.J,?"r.S,,,ri '::;:. :"::::!; Mr. oiimm., of u.. mmg. ,,,,,1 employs thothat excites surrounds mind, and V. L. MoOutchen, Serrotary. thlHpdliiiKboiids. Hero was poiiip tliliiL' liko a reasonable niounii for ir. uowgiu roiui a coitunuiilca- - them uith congenial associations. nopiiratioii. lion from the Rtutntory Jtovlsoryj Kept in Stock. A coiifldeuco man has worked Committor, and also the clauso of Next Thursday ia Tliatiknglv. We aro not only agents for tlio fanners of Oliristiau count) tlio new Constitution as to class! itijjfl Day. publications, but wo keen that he ttjr Oo to Young & HroV for for cL',000. to Ho claimedplo.v fac- llcation of cities, and brielly stated constantly on hand a full line of rhliihllfth a was going Utittcrlok'fl rattorus. frehli Qrorcricn. U:liO tory thoro. anil sold thrm shams the object of the meeting. 10 23 D. U. WiLLorf &Co. suggestA general talk ns to the Now .Madrid pcnidn arn con. at jl(H). When ho hail caught a nldoriiig tlio oloi'.trlu light propo- good many suckers ho skipped for ed Convention, its purpose, and Proclamation by the Mayor. rtion. the North. what might thoieby ho accomplish- Mayok'u Owicr, KT Don't fail to call aud sco tlio cd, was Indulged in by different .Iudli Diirnll, iricuMAN, Kv, Nov. ll, I8DI of lCfiitiuiky, diuil in Fnink-fort- , lurctt and finest stock of OhrUt- - citizenc. To the Citifni of llirhian: mas Cooils, couMstiug of Solid Tursiiay. Tlio following resolutions wore , W , !... Ik rnideut of the United Stklej ind i i:l timt-iiceiiin-UI...H... the nallnideoun.,.., ii ami o M..i ,,.,. finally adopted by the unanimous the anvvruor of this Htm hare recom nll,p ty mui deter, it Is said, has foifcit menli'I iliu oiliii prt of next Tliuri No otc of tliOHu present: dfty, .Vol aClli, nt n Ur of Tliatikkxitlng d a ja.OOl) bond aud gouo to Now goods rooeixed daily. lip niii.aof Ih ltitvlitJ, Tlil b rouble to show goods. nif. buiI 1'rnjrr In Rod, He limine "jpiteJ u Mexico. lie llmt a commilire of Ihtte lie oppulul-r- J a tlfilnsion of rieitlleiice ftiul tdemd tin HUCIC HtlOS. 11:L'0 lo prti.ne a charter under tin tin itilli p4ro sail ahuuiUuee." njk llil Srr ires nt tho llaptist Church loiKtlliMion for Ioimii ot llio utli cIm, ll place of buniucM be clnie.1, nml all . ., nuu.iay iiikiii at wliltili time tin m,. ite m t a foinr. iaoili.it Uliorj n u..b ,M- from 10 o'clock u. in , lo 3 rnri ..u .otdim? mu calU.l i.r o'cUck p. of tlmt day. r opportunity for membership will .......... . .... ' , in. " '" -u .,i.M f...l. ...... P....III un.l ". " cliii.j, be git en. ...!.. Iieeoifully, in tho St. Louis Republic, hho fll, ,10 ucll0u lo,uU , l0 ltniis,rf.. . J W. COWOILI., Mayor. ttTr Come and prico our Silver- iiiust bo tho wife of soma witc- pt.icsi to the miiikikJ Coutemion. ware, Watches, tin. Wo defy com. earner whoso pay hns been cat of u. City A'iW, Tint th nciion IJOClt Hlios' Is tho placo to go petition, us our prices are tho low. tlottll tllltler tho MoKlllleV bill, hilt J'onncll In lnIUng the rltiMBi' meeting to Inn o your eyes tested and fitted ' 'I'Pc.cJ m.l H'rocl. est. Itucic linos. who still otes with tho Republi-- , to Spectacles of all kinds. 8:22 Tho Chan man appointed under President nnnisou and tho niUH Geo. War-tha- t A Hioknmn young man bonsts Iho ubovo resolution: Slato GoveruorH have named next Herit Wins. ho is on to a recipn for mak- - ton, A. I). Kingman and A. W. Thursday, Nov. L'Olh, us Thanks-giin. WailMiristo Hy lo our cltiien. that for Daj-lug"odorless whiskey," and tlilt.U LjuUsuy tho committee on cliartcr. unri we have ltiifellinir Dr. hin'uNew will "go down tho ages" with Mr. Napoleon Cokor, nf Dy. it Pivcoterjr for Coii.uiniition, Ur. King's I f its a ol Procraatiatttioii ia What? "smokeless powder." Niw Life I'ilN, lliuklu'i Arnica SjItc cruburg, Trim., onco a go donn quality otrto K'ltvr, hare nuur clti.eu oT Hickman, died at .Jones- all ages, it will no doubt (ho effect 1 will In- lii llickinun jul on ueolh nd KlrnncJlej tlmt au.l im uull, or llul fell anil, judging by town, Ark., Tuesday of last week. on lonrr, iliru I m cuius oiil. for It win have ijn i'ii ueh uiiieniit satisfaction. IV tho inventor, will make ao lr. Ttiovt uUIiIiik wink tu din rhoiu. to Labt. Sunday Ilrci'oiti: Con feel rich suddenly, if nut per- rapli lin will iilcm rruiouilier llili ml ilu nutand wu utaiidKuaruutfo tliui every lime, ready to it final llic call Hi tUtlr mrlUsi pouikte cantrulviiLC l'KltKNCi: Prcaohiiigat tlio Mmh. manently. p;ircl:n;j piico, If n.ilrfiuiury rvatiln ilu J. J. XOON'AN. follow ihlr oilist Church In this city next Sunmil Henry Greenback, n colored ie lliwo remciliei hau won ilu'irRroul Kipul.irily purely ouHn'ir day at U a. m., and at p. an. nltloii of Clinton, died last week. A Stitto World's FnlrCoiiVon- - muriin. ao.ii i,y C. A liuiKiinbti, Urnpin Everybody invited. The Democrat sayB ho was a mi'iii lion Is called to meet in Louisville, A trial ll convtnc III moil bor of tho t!eoria L"jlHinie4kM)cj vMl, (jov. llrown will bo that "0. 0. O. OfrlNln Chill (.'urn" U tb reconsiruo ion. lays. u us in. n.Ront ,onl.cl, tho appointment Krmlfit rrmiily ntnt fur llx cur of Kansas by U.o "10 acres and a ;)f r0IlllnteeHi Kvory count v and Chill nJ Frrr. Kohl by U. A. Ilolcoiulx-- . to u u.o- inue, mui i i.i.t.g to mum ,i Ilu. Slnto nro liiMtoil to lov ho returned and HpM, ,,elegates. A gonetal Inter-iHov. N. W. Ulloy, missionary ds DKALKIW IN alncu voted tho Democratic to Japan, has arrived at IiIh homo m R i.olng mauifcBte.l tliroutsh-"t'Il,In Lyon county, greatly broken in tlio State, and the expectation lout health ami his recovery In doubtCSV Wo havo placed on our! Is Unit Kentucky will arrange for ful. While In Japan ho watt pois- Hoiiinuut Counter 22 Pinu, lllauk 'an exhibit worthy of tho Statu. oned from catlnx Ico cream. ".,H ')hV -J- ,r8' l.ol'i'knli Ueliu. the !u oil JJiM.n'1 'rwk Soino persons think thoy are Pit I OR. L'oriner prico 12.50 to,,,,,,, venerablo of &o., complying with tho law when they iC.iorgo and Hobert Helm, died U:i-J- t .1. AMliKl.n'H Sonm. give notice of having tnkou up Ml,ll(i0 tuoriiitifir last, after a very Clinton St, lat Dixr Eutof I.aotedo Hotel, animals by posting up sonic Marv Cathoi no. tho two vearibiict Illness, llio deceased reHICKMAN, KY. written notices. Thoy aro doing old daughter or .Mr. and Airs. Jos. hilled many years in Henry counno such thing. Tho law requires Wilting, died, suddenly, Saturday ty, Tenn., coining tolliokniau N E W an advertisement in a county morning, of congestion of tlio Bouie years since to live with hor newspaper. FALL AND WINTER brain. Only thoso who Imvo felt children. Slio was a noble, chris thu loss of tin only child, so sweet, tian woman, and held thelovo and Sthoubk Ss Huoa' High-Ar- t l3 Clothing disouuutri all other makes no lovable, can roulizo tho sorrow affection of all who knew lior.iflfi1 ? ? ? iR "i5, tf The liereaved family havo tliu for oleganoo of lit and finish. To of pareutH and W U 14 V Only a child, but around it had heutfeU ay.a,.athy of all in the.r, bo had only nt A 1 centered tho dearest ittloetlons, sorr U:l8 Hai.t7.uu & Shaw's. in its fu turn tho dearest hopes. Cetlatn Chill Cure hohla no .'( c Tlio annua! uesslon of tho null rank, hut it at the front. It la Mill! MoinphlH Conference, .Methodist Cr- J- Violins, Guitars, Hanjos, plea ul to inke and guaranteed lo cure Tho intention of the Ladles is now called to my Largo and Heau- Episcopal Cliuroh, South, meets Aooordoons, Harps, mid all kinds Oil ii.dFcier Sld by C. A Ihilcoud.e. liful Stock of in Covington, Tenn., next Wed- of futures for Musical Goods, at Tho "substitution ovll," as it nesday, Ufltli, lust. How Welborn D. E. WILSON Ss Co'S. Is culled, Is attracting miiuh nt-- ' Mooney, pasto.r of tho church ut Tho rain of Monday last ex- toiitioii among druggists specially. which embraces all the nowost and this place, is shaping Ida mattorH tended over u largo sootloi: of It uie.itis that when a citizen goes most approved styles in tho preparatory tu nttonding It. Novelties. Tho Fads and country, and has fulfilled nil tho to a druggist to got a well-aCardHiiro out for tho inarriugo needs of overyliody. medicine, tho druggist, not Fancios in Millinery are far too Thero is of. Mr. Georgo Martlet!, of Knox. plenty nf wator'ln all tho streams. hnvi.ig it, insists no selling him a numerous to mention, but I assure villo.Toim., to MIhs Louise, tlaugli- thu springs ami wells that woro illflerent medielnu on the assur you tlmt everything kept iu my tor ot .ur. nun .urs, v am lies dry aro filling up, tlio cisterns havo ance that it is Just as good. This lino will bo found here, and that telbrlnk, nt St. Paul's Kplsoopnl been replenished, tho forest flros is a cry natural thing for the drug! "J Pllcc? d styles aro both oat- Cliuiuli, Hlukmaii. on Tuesilnv aro all quenched and ovorythlng man t lo " "u wants tiaiie, Uiit""",l,"Vlu"u "'" KJmsny. ovonlng, Nov. 21th, at 8 o'clock. is lovely so far as It can bo mailo tho evil of thus stealing the bene iiiaiiKing you tor past savors, I ltoucptimi from 0 to 11 o'clock so by the rain, only tlio oroakors fits of atlvei Using can never ho hope to merit a ootitiiiuanco of tho nt tho residence of tho brldo'n aro expressing their fear that wo fully condoned by u strictly moral sumo, parents. aro going to imvo too much of it. local iiupur UUu tlio CouniEit. ADDIE L. JONES. NO W OOMPLBSTB Wo oiler you many Wil "SikM 7 yriyyii I jya A leading young man of Hickman litis uttracted the attention of Iho CoL'UiKH to n movement on his part, and others, to participate in what Ih popularly known us Ciilvorfelty Extension. Tlio math od lias boon adopted by n number lump's) Fl Rlll fjni mLmj xSmJm IX THEIR w. i;ffvf VB53, o umM TL rirrl' H.fJ. BARRY, AKB SHOWING SOME SjOH ANGr JM -- r. t? & :y22C eg sn rKrwT - za Jl3 of tho leading Colleges, so that tlio advantages secured by regu lar attendants can, to n degree, bo fiiitnliu'il tiv-- t'ltiuQi.H nrmtiiis-iii- l tn $$m Our 5S3 fc'lock is Complete in bo the HEST and purft rnakM MMtWMzn all Lines, and acknowledged by many to PRETTIEST STOCK ever ex hibited in this market. Wo havo and binJi J. V. Hurprr, Motirch. ffcBrrer, I'rlde of WooilfJBJJv i'nnticc, alias Jooci, unci rinriinfr nvf, Lincoiu i.ouuij, mm il DM U.inr I'l'l'r. PRICES.'REARONARLE, ACCORDING TO QUALITY and'amj i k S" dS9alfA'ffie&MASL! IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Every thing at the rai S r I N I rr?. FA KM BBSS! 00 TO ' from the Cheapest lo tho very Finest, and Lalo Stylo TiUMMlMGS Z5 TO QJ IBS MATCH! THE SQUARE DEAL GROCER, FOR ONE OF TU03E LOWEST 1 17, I t WE WVJTti YOUll INSPECTION ! PRIC: f Tho Rest Thing Out Every Funner Should Have One I OIjOTI3lI3&TC3" am mm k muisuttg aounB mm is full of New and Desirable Goods ISitetHori to A. X. ! An J CL,.n B 1 1 fi..J. fs.mua lIlijoi? - 9 Qo A. W. LINDSAY, A tt or a oy-- a 0tIi, HICKMAN, Office wlib II. S. Murrell. t-- L aw K.'.J KY. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS A1TD CAPS iu Great Variety. General Insurance Ag'ts. FrPvE, 3DR. A.. HICKMAN, Carpels, Oil Cloll;, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, &c. TOUNADO, SIA1UNE LIFE AND ACCIDENT! Ass:1.: PHYSICAN AND SURbEON Id: Profemlotial the ciliicns of Hlckaaa milU.'bU J. F.Ris KENTUCKr t!ricoc t i.J v'.cliiity clf a I Fresh Fancy Groceries Constantly on Hand! DOORS, lilil cf Ctnji:isj limtiAl, 1. SASH, BLINDS, MOULDING, OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, &C. ! INSURANCE Eli HICKMAN DANK, . HICKMAN, KENTUCKY-C AGENCY OFFIca AT - Call and Price our Goods and you will Save Money LOCAL NEWS. -- J, AMBBRG'S SONS. OiSSTSTASIY. Our father, J. 3. WAllKOItO, on of lli n S. 0. nod Francis V.. Warlord, wa lorn Sept. 2S, 1827, and died, ot M homo near JurUn, Ky , tSnirJ.iy. Oct 10, IS'JI, Bftrl (l Ter, 5iuonllia and 12ibya A te.iunful ruuertl rivrnion mi prrJCli- eil iu hl home nl 4 octock bundiy alter-nooby Hi f H. II. Mynll, a Primitive-U-tjour (ilher'f Icm let. Many exactly hum bad 9 heard Mm 11 is remains were won! ipeak tliK-iminterred .u Oiuton cemetery Monday, near 2 o'clock TV funeral nervlce' ul the crate were coniucieil by Ko. II 11. Daily. Our dear filler pr.de'aed religion at au early ngv and joined the Miionry lUp tint ('liurih, although a firm belleter in He remained in tho Prircvi've doetriue the MU.narj lUp'Ul Churcl. becauno hi family, lorn bo loird o raitjh, uere all omnbeM of III t Cliurch. Xever ilid a man en jo j talking nboui the Sitlor more of him tu la iban he ihJ. "c cauiiol Hut alii of lainy, ' He bad no enamiee ' we can itij c never knew hi in In do Ve ihat would m.ikc an enrmy know It naa hit demio lo li3 tlv good will of Ml ineu. Only a iborl lime before ha iliud I licurl i i talking to mi uncle uf . fllpimi, unil lie of ours on the suhj-rHaul or in mi kIiu Hal treait-- linn OMjiy "I don't want lo bo aliul out of Heaven if tint tnau (l.uul I f' there; my dealre i to meet him In ihe betier laud. I will not ! ia kuuun here; there know Mm thuts will lind i o uitlioe or envv, all will be joy mid hip nnii ' y tt ions aaj ruuerej o lie wui raucli Hon ur beard ache when were-tlethe cmiciute.l hut a im. .lent and for tu flttlrg ii 'l rocking rhair before the lire, or on 'he g'lllory In the cool, wpl. ncll-knonn t ' Hut-terick- 's Mr residence place. It contains about 6 aerea; about 4 acres in orchard, couint ing of Apples, I'cirs, IVhchea, Plums, Cherries, Urapes, tic , nil choice fruits. Good ciatern and well, and nil neeesiory I he 18th inil., at (lie In thin'counly, on Coiicoie.il lo the College. residence of the brlJe'n mollier, Mrs. A. Terra 5 nlll ho mile e'liy. For other K, 8eearc. Mr, Sam lieckliam to Mils information call onrrald.en 'oi Sale .TO.M Dl I.LOS, g a full lino of Insuraiicc Companies Life, 1'iro and Accident. Ho ! J. V. ROYSTER now represents :3Zassi:ek. solicits your busiuoss. OtlJco in Ijtcledo block. Km m a Mioarcc. i 7:17-l- f On the 13lh InU. Mr. O. I), Johnson to MIm Jen ids Ciirtor The Couvuk fitfiiJi oonriluUtlons lo the liippy cotipleii, nod miy lliey life Ami eel long and (trouper. lltckoian, Ky. SB. Attorney - at - E.a.w5 Clinton St., Laclede OfiJce, Uloek, HICKMAN, KY. Will a! tend jiromptly to all bntineai. lu his care. acl.U 'H'- - 42 your tllucksmitliiug and general Repairing done at S Is O I2 . atrwock-botto- 2 SALE AND LIVERY STABLE ut ,,,, ,.. ...i-,,,,- New Adverlisemenls. J. F. GEAY'S, ( CorntT of Obion J? 15. I i """ ,... '"" ... ..l ' t,i c, 1 Mr J. W. Itojcr will ttle Art Oood Work to a limited nniiitx-- r of ruplli a I her rmi-den- cs motto. in lllcknin. 1'ur fortLer iufor-mn- li tSSMIlXl. Jn cull on or a Uresi Mita. J. r nooERS, Art Lessons. HICKMAN, ant Ezclangt Slmli,) EY Prices. a My -- Fauis & Parkeh, on. KENTUCKY STHEKT Lons oonatantly KlIUPS sale bund for kir WORK special tr $ JoilS !'. IJKAY. - w UlcLnitn, Ky. I any-(hl- Moans Business i I G. H. Eflnger, Suettutr to U. Addlt AlUn HORSES, llUOOIES and HACKS. Having purchased Iho liable, horse and ectiro outfit of W. 1). Plncucr we p'oposo to continue tbe busluess, fuj solicit patronage- - l g and solile bynajiu the cah, or c Ihelr note, for iu ho doiug I hey viill nne col, for thorn, falllnic tu comply with this polite request will find Ihelr claims iu the hand of an Officer for collection. M 13 J. E IIUCKNER. ti All persons Indeli'id lo Ihe underlpn-e- d are reapeeifully reipirsted to come lor-wa- rd Books Hickman, BOOKS I aid : : i'Jickman lijarble , Works, KY, Slalioijery, KESTUCKV 111 UK MA B. C. HAMAGS, DLALIk IM NOT KK1T IN STOCK - well-know- lmn-dif- - it i i - Ida t , - fauna: & Beo,. n faro In Ilia liamN, while the leT luwn Iim dear, old, il.lt) face; or on tli ii 1ml, illi Iila lieail lilislily Tittcbliis tu n we rat iu a circle nro it ml IPor L'llSll 4Mllv- I .1... i. ..l.nt.I..lV Miir, 11. .. ....! .lluo ..ltu im nvuill ,IC ii.uiiibuwiiii) llic reason that 1). 1J. Bryant n,.r inn., ,.i.a.r... i, .1... iv,.m Im. l can't l with von miioti lonser. 1 has marked down prices, and is nin o a.'r j am not, afraid to die, but nm fiolliuu Groceries so low. io that ho irt'ing on hU linoen, papers of tbe United Stall I will pay the higher market price for Shelled t'oru, (irllvercd on river bank, at llio depot, and on tlio Mobile & Ohio lUilroal l!aj ftirulibad, tV. T. IUMAOE. nml bU OSR'e at Hiliscr -- v.ix'a. llioinjia, Uy. lrlold ee blm ralaeil, ct Corn! Oorn! i request, stationery of ore rv BS!i. Alan, ncsiitfir rar-- 't and style. g Hie lu-m- tient. Italian anu Ameuicah Mari MONUMENTS, .W.1SU ?n AIMII my 10MB ANH UftAVK STONES. stock, fine lot a.WIN'Q in Italiuc aMarble, 1of pre-p- ,i aa ted to fill ull orders. Call andtinrilt.o wort. . Orders from (ho country rrot3Ptat i hv ... THE1 Sign cl TAIH 'X'llXi i: ILLINOIS CENTRAL ty 3 i mil L Stcwio and 2Tancy ,l-- I HlS.tLU'iJ!iBS.aiii step-niotlio- r es-tra- y ..i.,. fru:ts, f - grand-patents- . ti MlJj i ii ii ii i 10-2- ; Winter Headwear, KiibIi-louabl- o d vor-Usu- i! - chililieu i.nieh their ediiiMtioui and tiiru elout in Ida." Many such Ihliics uitihl 1 lell Ul ihM make it so bard for in to I'd lelh and Ihe Kite ill . ''Thtt Lord inkcili" Wo must become recoiioll-)- 1 to II a will. Jiu does all thing fur although we are many lime tho i blind to it. Cud is crcal and Ills iloii.;9 aro biMnd our compiuiei.ioo. What alreinjili lie hilo o.irry on lliia great ,orl, ami bow weak la mini. Tiio life of man la like j ritcr with ii souitv, Iu course, on In mouth; but the life ol Qui is like lle(rrat oc'u with lis ebbing lidee, lis Rlilvrluir wne and Its curreiila of life and euVrj) huriilliig anil rolling upon eaoli other, jeleTertb mine. II" It Iho irenjth of man Tlio eye lliat ok hopefully and bnoy.iully up to ai Ilia inysterluus works Is apt ' id Ih lo shadeil aud saddened its It aeei the con I nml between Ihe soreue and immortal strength aUova and Iho 1'iiillng sonU below. Although I hut Imi a dark, ml slds, ll, also, has a yrun an J blfxi'd one. Man's needs are the open taaulh in which Uod puis His rlclient gifla. Tlio more weak ami humble lliu man la, compared with the slreiiflh of lleieen, Ihs greater is lbs blessing for bin, TherifuriVlet us strive, In our bumble way, to do Oo'a an I, al la','.uirel nur de'tr f.utier in little lier who are now Mamliug at Ihe gttes walohin; auJ wall lug for us. 1 leal now. I du unit luin nil mv I' buys tor e;uli mid soils for.cash. Cull round and tost tho difference betweoit cash prices und credit pneos. 1:10:'01 TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE Tho property of Phillip tail M& JRAILROAD! Tho Popular and Preferred Ecate miles e honQuicker iu lime oodnlxly-on- e or than any other llircugh car line between HICKMAN, KY., Ik--- f 1 ner Wabuli and Ciimherland, Is offered for sate on reasonable terms. For particc. II miyrzKii, ulars apply tu S.ll Hickman, Ky. Uiliier, dec J- -2 dwelling liotisoaon Cumb'rlaud atreel, nul the wiijou and bltoliauiilh shop, cor- id Coach 7'r.ii.u 4 LA 4 NEWJRLEANS SplinMJ fyuipment ! ilajnijietnt tl i iYPiTESrFlMCINiFoTsALr (iKO. ilULM, nt his Sloro in Kail llicknuti, near Ihe Railroad IVpol. (Id .lih'jys i Titu I yenoitel Cypreia I'ctieinz for sale, n S. liy O i nKAIXK in - PULLMAN THROUGH BUFFET k SLEEPERS TO 1 pre-pnrt- il Parties liidebted to iuk cldier by role or aceouui, uro rorpieidad lo conn forward ill otiee and aetlle, or Ihlr oa'.uia will ha placed In llie bands of an ottioer for Coma at unco on l thereby save Cbt. muni what I nay. 4 Illf JOHN WITTING. 1 Tako Toticc! .JTAPIE AHOiiJfANCY !j s Pt W Ror i:rhb, hfmi ni ll.Oi.SI Prom all point', iheue Ll.N E, Hirlnrii Fi:a fn ibe CVulr.il R. H New llrleaim, l.n., uml Jackson vilte, Ya. Illinl" Sltl'UT , i UON T MISTAKE THE IIOlTrKTO i, DWELLING IIOUSE A FOR SALE, good dwelling, eonvi-inenllarrangeil, a fine htf ,old nt a bir-gaiKor tern, to., apply lo ' m J. w. it ou i:its, rierrtw, -- Mr. It. T. lhiujWs. haelng contracted iu iiu.tu u larilB lllliai III IIUIOU vlly, r deslrea lei ront the Coinmeroial Hotel. In i tins cuv, or wiuoii lie i proprietor. Will alao fell Ihe r'urnllure, t'ltlures, Ac, g I hotel. U sal The house Is doing a pood btiines, being well patronised by Uoii.iiiereial men. Possession given at any Hotel for Rent. a FLOUK -"- Contentment," Full I'atent, as good as can bo undo out of wheat every l bar-re- 3o tbit your n gnuMiituod. I tattll sM tl- L'ri' : lilalie"lell-nur 1,'LOlYS. Tickets read o'.i ihe Ji!, nols Central Killroid. ASU All UN 18 Ftllt IT. !' time, lO-'- parliculars, terini, &o., ad-dr- IO-S- x w M K. T. HOUOLASS, Ilickiuan, Kv. J Hlokman, Ky. ' that waaever I'll il. ptil in 1'nlloti couiilr toll. ICE and l.J.MoNs'. AU, a full hue of KOOKltlEs, PKl'i-S- , icc. Ihe hcl II. For furlhsr Infurma'lsii, npply la WKUH, I'a.sgr Ajt'l A J- - KNAIM. c Ass't 0 en. Menil'bl T'lm s A. 11. HANSON, Clou! Pi. r a. Tki 0. PaBr Cblcjjo, 111. : tJ"1" &-&!-& I, ) --fissi, x 'S fi.i. wssmm mmsasmmm SaTS r The wished (or grain In crop and herd, The blight and murrain had deferred. "I'm Miro Snm don't mean to l nn' grateful," said Mrs. Vnn currently to dufcml their absent lxy """ "ns nllus linnl on Sntu, beratw he m In Snm rntlier wlhl. lint I have jit, 'ml 1 feel to tlmnk Iho Iwril for jflvln' us aocli a boy." "That's tho you women," JHANK56IWNG 0AX pruntcil Sllna. wny withwnssalxO' Pit-t'"rho be, the inoro you Mick up tor him. IIIANKSOIVINO And '8 If tills tvnn't nnnllL'll tllO liest DAY came chill Rtccr on the plnco must Iny down nml ami bsro. tnWn r7 lYlH The llpldi were die, just when I was a nceiltn him to brown, the trees haul in tho ftxldcr. Thar hain't his wcro sere. match In tho country." And inowOikti "Olt natherlng In the iroln' well, father, you saM you was to nmho bocf ont'n liotli thcyohe. Air We'll gut tho fodder hauled fomehow. Foretold the winter ol the year. Let us go to church and do our p.irt, lint brtstit the lire, Tho I.ortl'll bo sure to do h's'n anyand full the bin, how." Each thankful heart kept glad within. "(loyoursfilf, If you want to, Maria, Hut Farmer John, with darkened brow, but don't bother tno about tl.anlcln the Felt not the gladness of the day. Lord for what Ilo hain't done, and Not to hi hope had aped the plow. from what I can 6ce hain't goln' to do And cherished plain had KCine aitrnr. pSBirtll t Tn '" turkey's most done, the sun's coma out wonderful. Don't you think wo might go to nicetlu' after nil, father?" Sllns Wuro threw his arms around his wife nnd drew her gray hend down that? Tho Kilns, nnd INDICATED DY Hf4 And to hla wlfo ho murmuring said! "You need not spread the leasl for mo; Let others lilt the thanktul head Who for tbetr Klfta can thankful bo. My neighbors can enjojr their least. With herds and flocks and stores Increased. "Their every crop was full In ear. Their herds hoye gained In (oal and fleece, They weigh the balance of the year And laugh to count a rich Increase. For me, the months they come and go. They And me poor, they leao me so." And forth Into tbo flelda he went. Cardiff not where his steps might stray, Ills erery thought was discontent. His erery word reproached the day. "Let others offer thanks." he said, "Whoso paths with blossoms thick wet Silas got up as ho spolic, put a ay . his pipe and wont Into tho Ho picked up the county paper and lay down upon a lounge y the window, Though ho Ignored attending church, he did not feel like going out to work, but grumbled himself Into some sort of Interest over tho market reports. The sound of Mrs. Ware, st her work In tho kitchen, mingled Miftly with the gen-tie- r How his reveries moii fell Into. Ho felt sleepy, yet he did not is Mi to sleep. It seemed as If he lay a long while wondering what would happen nest Then ho rose, put on his hat und went Mttinir-room- nnthcr." out, doors. spread." With envy marked his thronging herds "TEtS11' JS''bor met him &t the door tie passed hfs neighbor's garnered store, J i'1! i rtf -- $! XL. Lay white beneath the funeral palL A marble mansion rose In state. With bunting heart and sobbing words. Ills dsrllng boy, his pride, bis all. White walled, amid Its clustering trees. A carriage stood b;f,re the gate With shining steeds and cushioned ease. "Ho sure Is blest," satd Farmer John, "For whom this luxury waits upon.' Within he saw the banquet spread. The board nil set with rarest cheer, The waiters stood at foot and head; lie saw the owner then appear. Weak and in pain, his servants bore Their master from his carriage door. Smote with his sin, he blushed In shame, All bate replnlngs now wero still. Content he turned the way he came, Ilac't to his own low cottage sllL With Joy beneath Its porch he sees Ills wife, and babes about her knees. ing tho stones, ragged fences nml the pcnt,wTporcrty of the soil. lie felt more than ever what nn s d man he was. Nothing good could he see In anything. "Ami yet Maria thinks wo ought to bo thankful. That's about all the sense a woman has." On tho wnr bade to the house he passed through the barn. The mate to the deiul steer looked at him mildly, from oer the manger. "I'll make sure of you grtimbkd Silas. "You'll have to make beof, whether you're fat or not. Hit don't do to risk too many chances these hard times." He went through tho woodshed and Into the kitchen. Everything was In order, yet tho house seemed strangely silent within, though outsldo tho wind mourned dolefully In tho kitchen, the lire had gone down, though tho tea kettle was on, and In the cooling oven lay the Thanksgiving turkey. "Plague tako it!" exclaimed Silas, after examining into tho state of the 1 The sky was ovcrc'ouded and a cold wind was blowing. rb,e promio of a bright day hai1sfccen kept Ho noticwandered slowly Sam's good wishes and loving expressions were slowly dlclphered. "Snys he's sent us one hundred dollars," "Id Silas '"nd thar it Is on the floor. 'Nil he's comln' homo Christmas. Mother, mother! What have 1 done to desarve all this? Hut It's all long of your goodness, Maria. And now wo'll fix up, 'nd go to church." Half an hour later they were walking hand nnd hnnd across tho fields towards the little meeting-hous"Hit ain't scch a pore looking farm, after all," said Farmer Ware, looking "Tharl The turkey's burnln', Sllasl" said she, hastening nut. "Let It bunt," cried Farmer Ware, following her. "We'll kill another one. And wo'll up nnd go to church, Maria. I'm just overflow-In- ' with thankfulness, 'ml It's got to find somo sort o' wny to get out. Then wo'll write n letter to Sam. We'll tell him wo hain't forgot our boy, If ho forglts u " "Letter for Mlas "Ware." called out n neighbor from the road. Fnrmcr Ware went out und returned directly with a well padded envelope bearing a Montana postmark. "1 swowl" exclaimed Silas tearing It open, "ef It hain't from our Sam. 1 dunno who else it can bj " A lithographed square of paper fell to tho tloor, as tho two old people bent over tho letter. "Head it, Maria," said Farmer Ware. "Seems llko my eyes are failiu' faster n ever." Hut the mother's eyes too, were were moist Spectacles, however, found, and from tho cramped lines, "I thought I'd lost ye," said he, brokenly. "If 1 hollered It wasn't Without good reason; for I tell ye, Maria, 1 just can't live 'thout ye. Thank tho Lord hit was only a dreamt Hut 1 thought I was comln' in from tho barn, and you was a layln' clost by the door. Oh, Marlal 1 never kuowed, till then, what a selfish, oudesarvln creatur I'd ben. Hut I know now. Let the Lord tako everything, If Ho will, so He lenvesyou met" Just then tho first bell for meeting began to ring. Almost simultaneously came a crisp sound nnd a peculiar odor from tho kitchen. Mrs. Wnro roso to her feet In great consternntlon. closo to his own. aliout Mother Wnro alTectlonately pressed his arm. William 1'. Hrowu, in Yatikco Made. DOES NOT GIVE THANKS. iirli In the Let l's Hope There .Irr Kind. Yonder Is a merchant with compressed lips nnd nervous hands to whom this day is not a day of thanksgiving. Ho is annoyed because the laws of tho land and the desire of the people to rejoice and be glad have' Interrupted the steady stream of gold that flows Into his coffers. He gives no thanks nor nro there any In nil the wide world giving thanks this dny bceauso of him. His safes are full of diamonds and hla banker Is burdened with a miser's gold. Those stony eyes of his do not soften nordo his lips relax their compression when poverty kneels nt his feet or the oppressed cry out for pity. His eyes behold the glitter of gold nnd precious stones as those of others see the noonday sun, and when turned on other are unable to sec. Ills ears are deaf to everything nave tho clink of money. They are never bent to henrken to the pleas of the humble, nor are they ever cheered by expressions of gratitude. Had this man won ns many hearts n ho has dollars n throng of grateful men, women and children would join in glad ncclalm at sight of him. Today his name would lo it household word that in itself would be n triumph of thanksgiving. The timid poor who shrink from tho pathway in terror would smile on him and hail his coming wiin gladness, in stead of groping in uarKness ho would see the world s sunlit side wherever ho goes, nnd sweet rest and peace would havo stolen into ob-jei- ts lw Itfl H states tho republicans were exhorted to vote In view of their assignments for lbO'J. Their efforts wero prodigious to leave no doubt as to tho standing of tnestntes in the general bout Thev must Iks conceded to bo uncertain nml to bo carried only by tremendous effort For the republicans they are. Indispensable The democrats do not need them to succeed. Democrats concede Ohio to the repub licans next year, although they havu been unable under tho most favorable circumstances to reach 20,000 majority. Tho democrats havo Just swept New York by a good deal more than double tho republican mnjority In Ohio. It would lo nbsurd to class tho latter as republican next year and not give Now York lo the democrats. With the latter in tho democratic column, It Is easy to tlguro out a majority of the clcctorul vote. It Is evident from tho voting done In Mnryland, Virginia, and odier southern states that they will all bo carried by tho democrats next year. They hnvo 169 electoral votes New Jersey has just Indicated that it Is more strongly democratic than ver. Connecticut Is equally safe. Indiana gave over 0,000 majority for the democrats In a vote of much political sir-tilflcanco last year. Tho recent vote at Indianapolis the homo of tho president, was mora democratic than usual, and a sign of the popular drift There can be no rational republican hope of carrying Indiana In the national elec tion. Then New York, Indiana, Now Jersey nnd Connecticut havo 07 electoral votes which, added to the 150 from tho south, give '.'iO out of 444, or three more than enough to elect Not ono of theso states can falrtv bo re garded ns doubtful on tho present Issues Not one of them would have been lost to the democrats had they all ioted on the 3d. If the captious partisan Insists that Harrison will lie the candidate, and make his own state doubtful, thero are seven votes In Michigan certain for tho dcmoeraU, and Montana has three nnd lMiode Island four that are classed as democratic. These will make 225 without Indiana, or two more than enough to elect Wisconsin will havo 13 votes. It gave the democrats somo v'3,000 last year and certainly cannot bo claimed a a sure republican state. On tho whole, the democrats have reason to feci extremely complacent over the political situation as Indicated by the recent voting. The straws pointing in their direction are of the sturdy texture that allow birds of promise to roost up-t- n them. St l'aul (Jlobe. 1'rohntiln 1'mitptptlon of tho Klretnntl xt lVar. Vote It could not lo expected tho republicans would concedo more than that tho result of the recent voting Is clslvo nnd n fiords them n hopeful outlook for the presidential cleot Ion. It requires activity of the Imagination and Ignoring of Impalatable facts for them to extract party comfort from tho situation. Unv. Russell snys his election means that Massachusetts Is for tariff reform nnd democratic, lines and nor. Holes Insists that Iowa can bo held by tho democrats. In both of these THE ELECTIONS. whom reverses ennnot disturb, other tho absurd nnd petulant the lii. creet young man liable at any moment Ton Find to bring reproach upon them by somo rh Only One Kver I'rlnleil-C- an tho WordT monumental blunder or exasperating There Una Inch display advertisement break. In this paper, this wcott, widen hat no All of which leads to tho conclusion words alike exeept ono word. The samotwo is that before n, man aspires to govern truo or esch now ono np earing each week, from Tho Dr. Ilarter Mollcluo Co This millions he should learn to govern himself. Chicago (Hobo. them tbo name of CRY FOH QUARTER. return ynu book, beautiful lithographs or McKlnley'a Outer Method of Educating samples free. Ilia reople. I? stock companies ara formed to control Mr, McICInley, who has been elected thor&ln making nternrlsathet uusteinect W bave big drops In their buslne,-lla- Jtl governor of Ohio because ho wus tho mora American. author of tho "bravest nnd t tariff AMTOsi'ean tako Carter's I.lttlo Uver bill ever framed." according to tho high authority of tho Tribune, sends out rills they nro so very smulL No trouhlo to swallow. jo pain or griping alter taking. over tho country a proclamation which begins with this announ.ee-tnenNo tiTTtn how good man may "lam convinced that tho Judg- wfien to ships s a ssaraan b gets intoke, a rasas. Texas Blftlngs. ment of our citizens does not npprovo A U-sy t: fc. who never stood hall n chanro of winning and lost the MiptMirt of a large portion of his par'.y by his foolish and injudicious campaign speeches. The public, will seo nl n glnncn what would hnvo happened had conditions Had Campbell been been reversed. elected governor of Ohio the people of that state would have had an executive whom democrats nnd republicans nllke could have respected ns h innn) had Fassett Wen elected governor of New York tho people of tho stato would havo had n heedless, Indis- now mado so slmplo ns to loavo lutuiy iiuy tiiiiiico mr niisunticrsionu- ing, out tno llllla follis still continue to commit to memory tho words with- out much thought of their meaning, "How do wo know that tho earth Is, ntbo.l n t.ar.1..,- of ono of tlm boys The pupil rose promptly nnd, Willi a perfectly stolid exnrcss on. answered gllhlyi "We lenrn thnt the i earth I. round from tho following facts" nnd Immediately sat down gain, evidently feeling that ho had given a full and most satisfactory reply. Christian Intelligencer. Wero - It seems as It textbooks for children Utility of Teitbooks. Chicago's flrest rtoad, th ramnns MspU I.rar I.lnis TtmChlonco, Hi. l'aul it Katuaa City win tllO llTSt rullmntt In this nntlntrir In Usnn 'P0"'1, transportation advertising for tbo it iiu rair at viueaga Thai is ontorprlso and nn Illustration of tho sort of nnanncnniani that a fowcnr bus ' hooae places a "Crescent" they msao and publish Iok for 11, send tbo word nnd thoy will on over) thing lino, to ctio of the most prominent mid most popular lines In tho Northwest With Ht '""V'vWi uwcniio. Kansas City and nnd - ...,,mn tuv Clint, U1U nununcn, iu soutnwost Tho territory It embraces Is the garden spot of America. Tho prent states ef Illinois, Mlunosots Iowa, Mis. aoutl nnd tvnntns . nrn Iaiiiia.I liv Its ... .. llim ...., . ,i.... J t't... uiuinnictn oi inn uiiicngo, no. i am . & hansnsClly Is unatrellcd by that of any road In tho country, lu vrstluuled sleeping car nro models nf luxury, comfort and convenience. No other iuiu urs oi Chlcngi runs oomparliuonl MOfnlnr Mrm TL .llnl... Mrta sxrvlrit Is i ,i. ,.r.. fullv nnin ri,. fastidious nnd luxury lovliip of modorn traveler, i,ots tho I'hrcs, SI. 1'nul K Kansas CPy Is tho liest lino bntwren and Ut I'uul, Minneapolis and tho tx "' " i prln Inal points In Iowa, between ClilonRO nnd lha Houthwest Persons irolnB to Uilciisonndtieyond will do well to loar a v ,L?nuf ,!'! '''?, 'ilc!T' unimportant V01" n f ""n-round?- " COPYAICNT IQIf mentis impure blood, to begin with, nml aU kituld of nilllM.Uta ill tllO 011(1. A feeling of dulfattr, , incaiis inai. " I!.. ami iiunrcssioii .....u. 'l'l. no your liver !..).b uuiiik I,. imi isn lt lailt-lior- .. waytatbOKiiiiUanctioiiuiidnilldeirocU lf i Httt,cr.'!LUJ!? ' Hut you can ntop thorn In ml vnnco. Dr. l'icrcOB Ooldt'Il JlcdlCfll JJI8C0V cry invliiorntcs tho liver, purifies nml W V cnrJohw tho blood, nnd rou.es every TocaVa:Zi-lXocUtlU,- T' I . oran liito healthy action. It jiro Tnn difference betwcea an adltor and ' vents mid C1IIV9 nil dise.lRCS nrising Uls wiro la thai Ins wire acta things torlihta or ironi Jlllpuro nhlls ho writes things lo Llm.a l"rlmi liver Indigestion, Jill- Mood. btatesmaa Drspcpsi.i, nMnp.rCEdTrodir..ro f.tKlvin ,1","CM' bcroft.lous Skill nnd Scalp i "" o7 ''",''",thcui,taoy,mvvrUluly.l0.ouu. 0VC1I tryiLung-ocrofula)- , N tho constant agitation of the tariff isTni rwdestrtan Is a man who generally suo In tho faco of tho fact that It can puis ms wiioiosololn bis work, UaJtlioore accomplish nothing." That Is nothing anuicaa. more nor less than a request for siTHE MARKETS. lence on tho part of everybody, dcmoeraU and tariff reformers In particuCISCIKMATI Sfor IT lar, concerning tho merits of this samo f.lVESTOCK-fst- tle Commonll M I'holcn lluiehers u t tt "bravest and best tariff ever framed." on 3 10 USD Ono would suppose that tho more a U(iM i ncknis a u Ulkl 4 0 tariff of that kind were discussed, the HIU a i.AMiiM i n clearer would Its beauties shine forth. II.OUII-r-m- lly nuichers l . 11 an e 4 w This is tho view of tho Tribune nnd UKAIN WnukT-.- Va tied.... II No. 1 d ti (I iu other republican authorities, who InrVirn No, mlird ....- -, .. 61 Oju-- No terpret McKlnley'a election as a sign t lulled is (i m Hie-N-o. . ..... n no n mit In thu heavens to tho party to make rlioiip IIAYl'nn.e OHM the McKinley tariff the chief Issuo In TOIIVCIO lo .. looi till IS I (loot r 1 tho next presidential campaign of next IS Til year. Hut how can it bo made the 1'ltnVHlONH steam rwik ........ IT IIll too I.iri t'pme chief Issue If everybody Is to keep still a rr h I'rime lo choice en amery . SS s about It? Mr. McKinley says tho elecper libl ...... I l O I ri tion In Ohio means that the people are FOTAIOES-l'- er ltd I JJ M 14) ngalnst "constant agitation" of the NKW YOUIC 4 sn subject, and yet wn aro constantly n is eat Ungraded red I 01 ( i nit told that the people of the country IIUAl.v-Wh- s risi .. , 07i,-- i I alii iso. (Vrn-N- -s must bo "educated" to tho McKinley t rolled, r.w . U IS 39 s II tariff before they can appreciate the POmC-Ne- w mess ci n advantages of dearness and the de- t.AIIU Western steam .. .. u K'f grading nnd demoralizing effects of CIIICAnO A campaign of education cheapness. ri.OITIt-Wln- ter jwttenls im a 4 TOi iIIIAIN Wheat Sn. red ... Iks possible In a Quaby alienee might urt t No I Chlean spring .. Ha v.'i ker community, but wo feel justified iu ., Torn No 1 . SI It SIV4 Osls No. t predicting that It will bo a failure l( It POItlC-Mn st a Ti nan !.ill bo attempted by tlm republican LAIID-Sle- ain 11 managers In this country next year. llAI.IUIOIin. -iiuiia-mmm- in qin Bllr.n-Ooodtoch.- .lce. , is-- A cons f 'r all lh common Ilia h t, dor II' IVhavr! Tako llaeoham's llUa. Korialoby alldruggliu. all yield to lU Tho makers of tlio "Discovery" claim for it only what it will fo. Thoy guarantee that it iciV do it. If it fails to benefit or cure, in a suffered to ABotiaTiiiioiToaCouou, ni,v ctso. tliov'll return tho inonnr. projrtt'aa, often wyu Is . In an liiouribU v.til.,.,,, --d. . il.m nln,m. i.w , v........ throat or Innc trouble "II, tUII I lllvtUAUU jj " j 3ixAu" give Initant relief. tlio blood is sold iii mis way ; winch proves, no waiter what rrndualn who Ukea un medl. dealers may offer, that nothing cIm Teajiauter than taklniiidowa keraVtal can bo " Just as good." Therefore, don't accept a substitutes nearly Bona of tho (leorcla editors aro nrclni the cltltcna lo ostaullsb panel mills llisy want to noik off their stock of uiauuacrlpt poetry Allauta L'onsillutlon, ' CoilJUtllptlOll (or iu its earlier itages, ,,!. Ely's Cream COLD rP.'f CLt llltus ! Balm . M- -s ...! IlUlTKU-Clioeedii- -y Isj these ds s men earn thru llvlaa In past day l urncUlhelrdcad American. TLrssssv Wholesome. Hpecsly, for coughs y or Is Halo's I' and Tar llko'a T01 jcuo Drops Cure lu ono inlnuto. lion-houn- li lb4t"l rmt1f twr tktiJrtn utTMrr ttvni IN HEAD CATARRH. Bilm leloescb nomil KI.Ot'K-F.lvloFs- ncr Tins i' tine liclv And. He lest fellow A 1 sour mash illnneaiotls Journal. named Angelina icak of bar aa hla !: ruilnttwrai-- s 4IV.rr.nSt.Nr Sill YARD A aawi Ost-M- licd nainca-ef'ill- r lha advertisement of lha Iran Mountain Itoule la this iapor Iryou fsveever seen a company of ma rtneaon' 0 retreat jou tiav seen a nava quaJ ti. d an r're II twWiifIK4srtx i.s POULTRY rfiiivtj. 4nti I'tXiIir ttri hilr& I Dkak Ptf riifAl i;ily SUllT lstfSH dsrtla ftl) l If Ufof-ail- Ob ess uiu a 1 1 t'ltea. wero a poem, II Is douhtfnl ou:d l averse to It Detroit law t Miai Hm la Ctf, aslam. taast (0 liMta a u ly. fi tm9tj9mi ffm II Inostrdar wiiaril lrUrww. r(Hls iik(r WiJl s rfltKK UUIffii I 1 !, IVaTslKkil Tilaiii VB iia.ii. Y. I'ost FI.OItn-Ka- ml OIIUN-Whral(Vrn-Ml-No xed xed I.AHIi-n-nn- y 1 m ThlTTlflJATlbN. Developed by the llrcrnt Ma Mrctlnns. The noise of a great conflict dies nwny and the flag of n true and undaunted democracy has been carried forward. In New York, on Issues chiefly national, the party has united in tho support of an excellent candidate, with the result that everything Is ours. In Massachusetts, after a stubborn fight a democrat Is for the second g tlmo chosen governor, the victory duo to tho demand of theptoplo for freer trade-i- n Iowa, a democrat rlecled two years ago by nn accident, us It seemed, is successful again by an Increased majority on an increased vote, nnd probably carries the entire state ticket with ono exception with him. In Ohio Mr. McKinley, the very embodiment of protection, the chief benefactor of trusts rings and subsidy hunters unites all elements of his own party, concentrates the forced and vol lie-in- I'aeta half. Thero wero tion Itrsults. 1'erhaps tho most disappointed and angry innn in Washington on election day was President Harrison. Ilo denied himself to callers and was sulky und ugly beyond belief to thoso who had tho misfortune to come In contact with him. Tho administration expended all IU Influence and power In Fas.sett'8 be- DISAPPOINTMENT Th Trealdenl's Tantrums liter th Elec- HARRISON'S . ill CI IWIK IIIH1S ed -- s, . .. INIUANArOMS. . 87 a r asm I3XT Jk. JDJkTST. 1 rAni.l-llrstQualtl- .... . SGO O n i:" u 1 t Lawrence, Kan., Aug. 9, SS3. Ceorjre ratterson fell from n second-stor1 found him using window, striking a fence y fVrn OiU-N- No. aJ . .. 5 11 l."FISVII.I.U KI.OFII- - Wtner psnt UltAIN- - Wheat-s Itel.... ron- - llUfsl No Os-s- - ST. JACOBS OIL. He used it freely all over ids bruises. I saw hint next mornlne at uot k. All the blue soots rapidly disappeared, leaving neither pain, tear norsuclllnr;. C. K. MiUMANN, M. U. "ALL rig HTt ST. JACOBS OIL DID IT.' outspoken cotn-plnln- POItK-M- f.s. I.AItl)-Hi- rm lined . . . . fs is nin iq tI an m ai mado by Ohio nnd .. . l'ennsyl-vanl- a lie kissed bis wife, while tears be shed. He clasped his babies to his breast; "While I hare strength and Itieso." he said, "More than my neighbors am I b csied. Set forth the feast I Ood's gifts shall raise My heart to Illm In thankful praise." Isaac F. Katon. In Texas Sittings. THE OLD FOLKS BEST OVEIt TIIK LETTKIt. culinary affairs. "Uf Maria hain't got lo bo as shiftless as tho rest" He pushed on Into tho sitting-room- . charged with a connubial reprimand. Hut as he opened the door, he stumbled AT against something soft and yielding, - "' ATTv yet which sent an unaccountable shiver OOKS like it will from his feet to tho very crowa of his be a lino day, head. He looked down. It was a womSilas," snld the an's recumbent form. Witb a great fear at his heart ho bent down, turned ivIm nf L'n.ma Wn- n K li n tho pale, whlto faco to tho light, then came In from staggered back, trembling in every the barn upon limb, while cold drops stool out upon 111 forehead. chamber last night Instead of the Th nn ksglving his"You Maria?" ho gasped, as with a hideous foims that leered at him frc-th- e morning. wild hopo ho shoVt the still Inky darkness. Let him go fort "I t onghter suddenviolently. "Wako up .Maria. this day and perform one deed of char Ik," said ho grumpily, ns he warmed formIdea t of you agoln' to sleep and let- Ity. ho will sleep as he ha his hands over tho kitchen stove, "for The not slept for years and If tho operation It'll bo the only good thing that's hap- ting tho turkey get cold In the oven " No response. Tho figure that had is occasionally repeated our biothi-- r pened round here Intely." "Why, what has gone wrong now?" worn itself out working for him lay ns will a year hence npprccute nnd enlov asked Mrs. Wure, as she dished up the nerveless In his arms at a block of Thanksgiving day. Extract from a nisagi.'s and placed tho coffee pot nt stone Tho closed eyes. thj purple Lay Sermon, In Jewelers' Weekly. her own end of the table. "I'm sure lips, tho drawn, white features toltl HE WHO LAUGHED BEST. wu have many things to be thankful their terrible story. His wife was ilcntl dead and lie had parted from her for." Mr. Ware grunted, unsympathetlcally, not two hours before. With selfish as ho hat down nnd proceeded to help grumbllngH upon his lips. Silas Ware rose to hit full height, and himself to the best of everything, leaving his wife to take care of herself, uttering a hoarse, inarticulate cry, fell I hack upon the lonnge from which he after pouring out the cotTec. When the meul was over Farmer hail recently risen. Thanksgiving day! I Ware lighted his pipe and sat smoking At breakfast he thought himself an ill- by tho . pinched and wrinkled Ills "Oh, GodI Oh, fiodr he moaned features looked their worst, for it was "What would I not givo to have It till evident he was In that mood when humor over one thing rentiers back?" All what? What but Maria his some men savagely contentious in general. Mrs. Ware wife, tho faithful cunpaiioi of tho with thin-fmoved softly ubout, clearing up tho tolls tho joys nnI the sorrows of breakfast dishes, carefully moving thirty years! What did he cure round her husband, rather than to risk now for nil other troubles and ilisturhlng him by taking shorter cuts losses? Thoy were invisible beneath about the stove. Something wns on tho overwhelming cloud of this one her mind, yet iht hesitated mildly, as great loss Without her nothing would With her. nil other trials many women will who gently defer to be good. were trivial. He knew It now: he re-their husband s inools. I alizod "It's goin' to bo hueh a pretty day. Ii.i.i it In every agonizing quiver, as .. .. Tto ro'.llcilrs kids sasscd O'U jrUy, "" recogniw. ami mi its nttcr she began, "that there'll b3 a goor; W cnt huntlnir a Thanksgiving turkey. aml h,'csa loneliness turn out at church. I s'posb I mhrht They found one atln-nu ccm nun was iiui mo worst. II nsswcll put on tho ' turkey afore we And with joy did they weep. riiarC',-'l"he had partedjher with a smile . kludnrw. r.itl..-- r "I hain't s coin'." remarked Silos instead of a than with reproaMCttio agony of sepacurtly, "Not goln'? Why father when did ration might be blunted a little. Hut In the coming years he must go down to meet old ugo alone, tho memory of his I harshness would over bo stinging. "If I had only known," he cried, dragging h.mself upon his knees ti her 1 side ones more "If I had only known!" Known what? If ho had only known how great Ins blessings were, In tho possession f hi trno, tender, patient, "1147"" faithful wife' Hut he selfishly declined to know; and now tho curse of his eterV SZ l K .V nal deprlvat.on must wither him forVI l-in, H ?$r lln i?m aLb' i (PiMp ll.-u- J fill p, .. I frtHh '"3 Jis:' $& 'V vM l ever. "I cannot stand It!" ho faltered brokenly. "Merciful Oodl How can I stand It? No, no! I will not! Take anything else. Lord. Talco cattle, land tako money and home take children! Thou hast them fill but one, and ho don't seem to care no, Sam hain't a carln' for us no more- - b ut spare mo ill WfA . UJW MrA&iM'&y: I.. fmisj .'Afc i - J Hut the one that lau.'bcd last w) turkey. .?Z?.. .'P TfJJy . tb "voo t tft i ' )"r Uth ye ever stay to home on Thanksgiving day before?" "If you feel thankful, Marin, go yourself, turkey or no 'urkeyl Hut don't usk me. It's :ttlo I have to be thankful for Lord i y," ' What has iron w .m SllusV" asked Ills wlfc.a little aiiMously. "Il.tln'ttho price of wheat gone down, 'till It itln't much difference whether the weevd gits what we've got or not' If U' wheat don't sell well, how are we goln' to pay the li.trti.s on that liioilgiige'.' Serins to me Sam uilgliter WIiT us a little ihiir. Cut seme lies g"l oil,, ) Miitittiiiny tie don't care wi ether lils.i(Jd pmviilb hour from hiin Hgln or iiijL (f nil the plnguuh u iii.iii imi-- i luiil an ungrateful child l.-- my wife my wlfo my "Why, Silas' What on earth wake up, father! You've abCltt frightened me to death with your moanln's and wife" THANKSGIVING. To the (liver of all blessings Ixit our lulccs rlso In praise Kor the Jo9 tn.d countless merclos Ho huth sent to crown ouraujs; For the hemes of pence and plenty, And a Und so fair and wide, For the labor of tho noonday, And the rest of evcntldu. For the splendor of the torest. For the beauty of the hills F r the freshness of tho n cadons, And a thouiund sparkling rllli, F r the blossoms of thu si rlnntimr And the memories they brine. For the ripened fruits of autumn, Do c thank Tlicc, O our King. For tho wealth of gold n linrvcsti For tho sunlight and the ruin, For the erandeur of tho oroon, For the mountain and the p'aln, reasons For And tho comfurt wlnrn thty brlni,'. For 1 by lots so (,'rund. rtt rnal, Wo noul'l thjnlc Tlieo. O our ICInif. -I- Voi O. Furl!, lu (Jood takln's on!-- ' Some one was shaking him vigorously ns Silas opened hi eyes A gleam of young sunlight shot into them through the window, and blinded hlin for an Instant Then he recognized tho dress the dear, bent, flguie. well-wortoil-wor- n "Miirin!"he fairly shouted. "Then you'ie not ilend after nil?" ".No. father Who said I was? Tho doughnuts surely must havo disagreed with ye. for I heard ye when 1 was batiinjrihr- tin key", "Then tho kilelion lire linln'l gone out?" Interrupted Mlnsjln n dazed sort of wny. yet beginning to trcmblo - nust" "Why no. What mado you think republicans atthe lukcwarmncss and lack of Interest shown by the president and his friends relative to the PETROLEUM canvass lu theso states Tho only check Mr. Harrison gave to nld his AM IMVALV.ADLK TAXILT ntXXDT ron party was given to help elect Fassett Hums, Wounds, Hpralna, Rlieumatlam. Mkln Plaeaa, Hemorrhoids, Sun Sural, Chilblain., l'.tc Taken Int rnallr. Will Our Croup, "The result In New York." said n. I WZ. I Couths, Colds, flora Throat, Ktc white house employe, "has effected Iho president like a blow with a club. Up IOc'j. PURE VASELINE '2 or boUli lOcli VASELINE SOAP, Ufiteenttd to ten o'clock on election night he be25 " POMADE VASELINE 2 0; l:Uv 15" VASELINE SOAP. Ptfliiatd lieved that Fassett would win. Ho bcttls) WHITE VASELINE 25 " VASELINE COLO CREAM IS " was jolly, almost hilarious till that nAMPHfiawn vfiiHr Mtui ?k lime. Then tho tide liejran to turn. " ICAHSDUTEO VASEIIHF i?a kstiln ?S M VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE . . 10 Ills mood changed when tho first bad roil mvIS ffaulaa. wiii.ui:IaSaIaJ in nvriti tin .l .st Aimvr.If .. miai.a. . . .,.. .i....w news came. Ho grew more ond moro Itrarfu lAsrtil ttT ml h... fluiuwiir hitrlullislluirjsi I uiu crsubsUWU, dc.ili. UO MOT UK cTlKAlS.U. sulky ns one telegram followed nnother CHESEBROUCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY. presaging Fnsett' defeat Hut whet. ho learned that Klmlra, Fassclt's owp via (RON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. home, had given n majority over tha of last year for Flower he struck the THE WOniJ3'g SAMTAHIUJtf ISIVJOY Alt rWirs table with bis fist and said: nS.l tU ISK as asffi ts4tf sirsi lis. rj.i.it 111 ihri..,. " 'I don't believe it It's ono of tho! Doth tbo method and results when ssi ltuf lfii a iifri aiM; Trta vllml tVurs. 'irs lsls. ItaltrH IUJ untary contributions of ten thousand Infernal democratic lies:' Sjrup of Figs Is taken; it Is plcasaut I frM alt tmtrm rwlsu Is IS I IL r IUImsII l "Though ho sat up until ono o'clock and refreshing to the tasto, nml nets manufacturers, and in the faco of dem4CsMss. rnSMfiifu4liiMtfsil tni-sls. ( rt II C TUHNBLSl), OsJ - r fi ocratic dissensions succeeds In his can- the next morning hebecamo so lit temST I jVIS, MO, yet promptly on tho Kidncyi, ac vass by a majority which Is not so pered that all the people present were fently nnd Bowels, clcauics tho sv' increased patronagh much a victory as a presago of ap- afraid to speak to him. It Is a terrible tern effectually, disjicls colds, licad M BARTLETT'S0W,NG T0 r.wss.l lo Iks tsrim II4Iri la IS This CtolUts ksi proaching disaster. disappointment to tho old man." Chiaches nnd fevers nml cures habitun' I ATY1 TTi fiYIAI11 I'A lAfiJl iiicaiiofii fl I rfv, otxnfrirg u 7' CtHtt iiqvsii, largMi Let us make no mistake about the cago Times constipation. Byrtip of Figs is the UUliilUCl Olttl UU11CKC ::3R..V. KrVarW VX s rpruiuuUri rftiirfstk. situation; is not won, it Is MriH sJirtCI, sMatrisjUaU. only remedy of Its kind over pro ELECTION NOTES. only begun. Ilepubllcans find their lines of cemmunlcatlon assailed, and The defeat of Allen In Massa duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ftf ILLINOISidSV-CENTRAthey will not in leW be uble to concen chusetts is partially explained. "Tom" ccptablo to tho stomach, prompt in trate their forces In two states Never. Heed mado several speeches In hla be its action and truly beneficial in its cUcchi, jireparcd ouly from tho most thelcss they w 111 contest every Inch of half. Detroit Krco Tress. THE ground wltlt stubborn determination, Huntlnir accident nro In scasot, healthy and ngrceuhlo etihstances, id ONLY TRUE and they are well entrenched, and well Fassett's pun missed tho tljrer ano many excellent qualities commend it , MP. 1 VfaiJL'LsP supplied with the sinews of war. Jones Is nursing n frightful kick in to nil nnd havo mado it tho most n-sDemocrats havo a fighting chance, no tho ncclc. Philadelphia lteconL popular remedy known. r vm? ' 'r.nijii y more, In Massachusetts and In Iowa. Now that Mr. McKinley Is a jfovSyrup of tips is for alo in COc Had the democratic candidate for gov- crnor, uo doubt of nil Ohlc and 91 bottles by oil leading drug tho ernor In Iowa delivered tho speeches worklnffmcn will bowafjes Immediately in gists. Any rcliahlo druggist wta on silver which united the party In creased. Louisville Courier-Journamay not havo it on hand will pro-Will Tmr.fr IlXOOO, rwnUt Massachusetts, he could not have won. SOLID VESTIDULE TRAIN Sew York's republican "child c. euro 11 KUl.NKVM, ftmoi- - I.IVi:i. Had the democratic candidate for gov promptly lor any ono who ! Wist rt)r l C0 v m. from n.lf,rv N uii.rueruuini ftirrofin, rraw Is out of tho wny, but a stpprtiiv, rriior far thU rain ernor in Massachusetts dealt wilh dcatlny" hns arisen on the party ncis withes to try it. Do not accept nnj pirnii, plr. lr 1 !;( vtiororrovih. trprtttri. luminary sky substitute. mntrr ibtoi ""J"" i.rTit"si u silver as it was dealt with In Iowa he lomicc lion. iunrri irci r, k. b.j,sA, :; jlh m aw corr. a r. a xu. than would havo been defeated. In lioth and Harrison Is moro llnl trlt.lrnH, hrfttn CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. ever, uhilo Maine- - well, look out for GHA f T4U. ptfvar increiiRu, Massachusetts and Iowa the people are tenet, nrrvei. mni 8AM nAHCItCO. CAl, Kansas City thoroughly aroused on the question of that predicted letter. tlei, retrlsiw f rr WHtVIUF, nr. NZH tORK. N.r. L&DIES rtfttrrg from compUinti tie tariff reform. It I an issuo which Times. cutlif lolbtlr Mil uilof ll,0nt Tho McKlnleyltcs aro disposed to a nf. inrffiir cure i.c.nrn unites the democrats of every section rootlomourhffkt,btkut&raCotiiili'ilnot) BREAKFAST. of the union. For It the lenders of the look upon tho republican victory In VflM frrwhr All rnaln oou bir iboroath knowledx nf Ihi ntturat Uwi Ohio as a vindication of the hlffh tariff Crrirolu' bn4us'JceBlsUuiparrpit party havo sinco 1876 contended with bkn cot rn th ortloni f di0tton anil nn irltton, and bj cartful ni tion of tb fin great courage, with great wisdom, and law and fondly imagine thatsuccc&s was (4 Mr Frp t troprilet of 01. KARIER MCOICINI CO.. II louli, Uo. duo to tho efforts of the mnjoi rroTMsxl our bmWau ub1t with a daiicjiuiy under much discouragement At last directly flkfuurt) tsteri whtch nmy oi mftuf baif r to "educate" tho pcoplo ',n tho princivictory Is within our reach. duriori' hlilt. Il H by lh ludtrlooi wt of urf Tho arilclMCf tllellttsslftrumliliitUtn tar bgrdjU whole organization, from Massachu- ple of protection. Chicago Globe. lr built op DDtil iirfina vnmif h to mtit vrrrr ! - It has been a groat victory. IU drncviodiirs.. u Ilundri dinf inbtl mUdiiir setts to Texas Is Inspired with enfloalina ftmurii tfilf to atttfk whaiarrr hrr iFOHTIIEMILLIONSOFCONSUMCHSOFa V a rak point. thusiasm and supported by the hopo of fruits will not bo fully ffarnercd until ninny a fatal ! Li atrciHitsf nura)ass mr "cm wil nriifiawi ssjllti tirtra hlvwvi Thete i9 a Kctllle- victory. On this Issue, nnd on this a year honco tho united democracy of and a rrvtrlr uouritb4 Jtamt. SirtU uatutt: , Issuo alone, can democrats every- tho Ihnplrc state shall rchtoro a demo- uyspopsia. man at Maiucn-ot- i Xlsds ilmplr with bolllnc wstsr nr milk. PnM where lie brought face to fuco In solid cratic national administration and a onl. In ball Nmn4 Uni, br Oroon. tbsl.l ibus N. Y., II pit" lr Tult irmtir to nn- JAMES EPPS A CO., Homnopalhlc Cliemliu, phalanx with tho republican hosts It democratic congress to Washington, named Captain A. G. Parcis, who ' nounr iiihi 110 11 now putiitif tip ft London. England. in no time now for new issues or for whenco bribery and coercion estruded lias written us a Idler iu which it TIxTY PILL the discussion of questions Involving them thrco years ago. Albany Argus. is evident that he has made up hla kl W?M "'"srswllnrlr small sits, rt Out of five ntntcn that elected another uducattonul campaign. Louisp rvlxl.iln; B li,., Tlrlin-- 4 nf Ilia governors four wero carried by the mind concerning some things, and I ville Courier-Journaoni, lliey nra usranlil Ursr inrlr ivrcrtnlilf. Until stirs nt thrtn lilllsaBl democrats. As for tho ono stato which this is what he says: 'ur sllll Ui.iril. Ilia riaot slie if ,W have used your preparation CHARACTEniSTIC LETTERS. adhered to tho party of high taxation ) Tiirr'M tiny mvi:k ih,m family A FIIIIiib; K.iamjile of the IIuMjir Spirits It atnnds as a shining example of thsv called August Flower iu my efficacy of concentrating In ono spot all fortecven or cicht years. It is con " Is sliowri Iii tl.a iMinlcr of this "aO." " or the Two (ireut I'nrtira. stantly iu my house, and wc consider A man may bo just as ranch of a the fat fried from thu protected manuChicago Times. man In defeat an In victory vxivxa Tixan it the best remedy Tor Indigestion, ' J In fact, facturers. Mr. Sherman's views on flunnco fortitude and a resignation to the Innnd Constipation wc $ IrpprovccJ evitable nro Indications of a superior and Mr. Maine's views on trade reci- Indigestion, have ever used or' -- IN typo of character. Success Is easily procity saved tho distinguished hide of known. My wife is borne, hut to view failure with calm- tho Ulustrlousniithorottho wool schedL'Art Do La Mode. troubled with Dyspepsia, and at schedule, to menf t'lll.lllll II ll,ATIJl ness und equanimity requires a ule and the lit ma 1UKS lltlllUIS, no sin iitiit iisis If Guaranteed fitrength of mind which rises above tion 110 other of his works of art. In a timessufTcrs very much after eating. f August Flower, however, aOrirr llr inirNfsi Hli plain tariff contest McKlnlcy's hldo The circumstances. ortn,l lirif rur isiMtiiuiMtirla IV. J. UllilH. the difficulty. My wife frc-- 1 In the election just passed a demo- would havo been hung on tho fence by a u r..i laikn.,tll.l..r,i.ik. qucntly says to me when I am going cratic candidate for governor una de. Uov. Campbell. (Jnlcngo .News. tnn rirtssiw, h.,mh'a fented In Ohio nnd a republican canditown, 'Wc are out There Is nmplo uvldenca In the ..to IM "OHIO" Qf. cl A date In Now Yorlc. In both states the election returns thnt 'the peoplo" Constipation of August Flower, tfai NilIMfjisBns4 WELL Tuusintni.i)Coiii .SO'. rf cnrapaltfn was ncrlmonlous and vigorwant the tariff ngltutlon continued deaudi think you bad DRILL ous, and all tho candidates did spite tho threat of "our people's" rCA better get another bottle.' I am also nnd that the Inbtiffcrablc arwork. Wo give In parallel colwith our famon U'rll with Iudigcstion, and when-- j umn tho manner In which defeat affect rogance, of tho political pupjiets of the troubled Watch Out I Collar. illariilnrrr Thaoulr parfact awl pockctboolc will get the ever x um, 1 iukc uuc ur iwu plutocratic ed tlio disappointed individual l.sL.lunnU.lfj ImJa I. i,.. before eating, for a day or ,MC ) T0l.Mff. eOJfOI. MAiV CS.. I LOOMS HON WIII.IAM I1I.MIIM. X.,v. I TO right sort of rebuke before this aglta NTMAN, 'ataioaaa i num. KlM.Kr. J 11, Canton, T'lK Kurroit tat the two, and all trouble is removed." Q Tirri.i. I'ltia:. u.i 1 nearwyconirrui Mull and Kiprcss) Kl tlon ceases. St. Louts LadleQ can malco you upon jour! inlra and Chcinunirglvo uUte Tho election! of Tuesday did RHEUMATISM i fnCURED. nnve no aiiout hvo hundred for eiecoon. Tbr.o m nth n.simfi t wit d'lubl that sou will flower. Hemes from much to clear up tho doubts which dl:ii'. in br nsir itir si.s a. 1IOI.I.A It nr H.nn.ln. !,.. koa ..- .... mo tho pooplo of lhouiijarall.r.,iii,8of hung over presidential poMdbllltlea for ....w K. nl ..:. f I..S 1 HI Allr iirnir1n. aim I ariiauiara inr Olilo with ndellty end money br n ,ii.mn. JACKMIN HAM'KAtTt'rtlNll CO., Columbui, O. '03. Ono innn apparently hurled with honesty. CMlS. rsias luis rills ,, n. Mni. James K. Camtdim. The ; returni carefully out the hopo of resurrection Is PresiFronts brMcurlng.ubiafltifi for lhsl.sdlnr.ol exinls.d i, ,10 dent Harrison. Ilo lost New Yorlc by fllDDCfl! I flfllaf iT wlni.8 .lory ,0 IfeRnFla'l lUIIM th,u j prefcr tho defeat of this republican party In pnimsbl. snd pl.sisnt oupslton. If V, " losay that state, nnd ho lost Pennsylvania by nu " In, snil rsslntsln bcr M .,nj M full roihlnir inure xitcnlijr. or Send at ones 'for our Catalogue, motcitl- d rtlculsrs ati1 ui .our nam. tho success of the snino party and the Wo urn Im.,. i. minQQi.i.,f. ft . Newcomb. Uivenuoit.lowa anJ idtlrninniidiiiiMM. i . n Jam m A.. dlccuss the rmonsf II decisive victory of Quay. Now York Salvation Oil VgftilllSfigZ nuiQiinafl a.i..i.iL....aia "'I 13 e.nls, .ni amplacipr. rwnlll I H riso's Iteraed for Calnrtli l tlin mc anil fna " " cam- - wan orgnnlzed entirely lu tho Interest lt";v..,?,.K.r.Vd.;.0.". ssj iioal, easiest 10 use. ami (.'iiu.ip. si FFVFR ?vunEDiT,h 8TAY CU?E?- - and elul rulhrr ttincduca. of Harrison, nnd solely with reference Godar's Lad'es'Book. Dox V 15G5. Philadelnhla.Pj. u"'iui uuuirs to his rennniiniitlou, nndlmloit I'cuil TliAcontifc tfMaAn !.....,...,,. Adarcss. ACTUM A the forces iff, ufation sylviinla whs organized und.'r Quay, & AO I nirlA U.S.anaCans,la. MiU,U. MMlVMWIWA'VWA """ "' "l-' UiroU llijd.MD., uni' tho fort-with thu lllnliiu banner llontingorcr of Hold lijr !,? .,1,1??. mad lb . BJ roc. i:. drucalsts or sent by unn on l.us ,ny lust ,:?,? I'" "','la,l'lni1liliISMta.n.ali iilBliiciilnri.Iio i the party, mil Quay won by nn over- ssriairnisrs'sa.irkf.Mu. w iiu:euin, warren, ra J icon SUIAIP.ssi-- it whelming innji.rlty ngiilnsl lha most AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY "A.N-Kli 1370. One letter is llie cordial mil ill imi I. fearful odiniliacsereiicoiiiitcrud DT, iJorik keening. I'rtiinin.liln. ArlliL oicuiuuiniiiin, luiisKiimina is. rai.nll'lisraicai UIISJC fled (atK ra of vonrtch oi a limn Tlmef), nUlUC ui.tlr. A1i8nuranim50ri.rw.. Ii bj naii.Trlilii Bbortbani,.!..,S thoiouublr t.utbl triir.v uniii.Naro Ativr.it n.i.i: r.tssn Moor u,.U l.runii, wu. Bo I a)!.. slfii .l.l.lb.l f.v llw las 44i.riU.aual Is Ul fr... Drii.l Slrill.a. B.S.U. k. f arami nui iira.,v wins) ar aiaU tali ru IS imi ssi in sisa s.r. jgrtppRos VASELINE JELLYf .2-s- OCI5 rus-x- t. ! r, m -- ,u-.n- 1 "' mis tho-battl- L - l. IRON TONIC Pmp&ifft'$ J m MB fjlUIS ii hi .ry EFUL-Cc5MhOIU -- mUi-rabl- cl "August Flower" : GOOD NEWS UVER "I EPPS'S COCOA 11 :, Tntfc's Pills. ; i p i l. V Tower'? Latest Stylos o es O 5LICKER o -- sf-s- yoo-man- 's 5 5oftWoo!cr BORE WELLS ssa I 1 11 unrola-akab- y mm 1:1.1.1 CASH ',l vr,:'" BIG I Iff mJmii I " nl w;"tt s t . i . la(aVflaBK:jijBtK' asattiBBBBm. '' XSVuflSA ifSEk ' A iSaUMBBaflBBasu. ft.