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DSce-Jsck- son THE HICKMAN COTJRI Ifl OLDMT mWMPAPBR IX WESTERN KENTUCKY. i H .Aaaaaaaaaal Jilpp . aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam ssssssU WITH XEiTNESS KXKCUTKD All B1SP1TCL VALK BILLS, ..d Street, next door to 01 lr HtlL mi -- ENVELOPES, LETTER HWArmfmRmRti ILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. riaT e J aaaaVaVdaaasV CEORCE WARREN, Editor. I'rlco of Subscription, $150 CUflRENT TOPICS. liaHELED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KYM FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1891. RANS0XED. FIE ND1SH i 'm TlIK financial outlook in Hurope It ory gloomy. OntiKN apples aro going Tory freely to Tost tho tlio united kingdom ports. ,'l'nr.wv. arc sixty inilei of snow sheds on tho Cent rnl l'uclflo railroad. 'I'm: ou'putof matches In tlio United States amount to Ji'J.OOO.OJO n your. Importers (LsssssssssHsi MfT Bill Wiiiti: mules nro In grcnt drum ml In tlio South, oivlnjr to their docility. Vkusaii.lk, Mo., clulms a vein ol coal 80 feet thick, tliu thickest vain on ttersn. of tha V.ntMr Clark's Omit. Ion or llm Tot)ftt Ilabst rnrth Sc. lion Kruni tha If Sl(nrl by Two doctors and n llvery-stnblmnn I'rrtliltnt I j rl.on. w ero rntight blowing open a bunk safo In Gardner, 111. Wasiiinoto",, Dec 1. The cases to Tiiomil.K In Madagascar In feared on iccount of Uie native resisting claim test the constitutionality of the McKln-le- y tariff bill were called for argument made by l'rnnce. Tut: largest chicken much In the In tho supreme court of the United world la on nn island lii Hclllngiiain (States Monday aftcrtoon. The cases are those of MnrshnX Field & Co., of bay, Puget soui.d. It In estimated that .1,000 car loads of Chicago; Charletbtvrhetal., Iloyd, Stcrnbach oranges will bo shipped from California Sutton it Co; II. against A Co., of New during the coming reason. pirhlcago; It isgcncrully believed tlmt congress Clark, eollcotor will malm u thorough investigation of Krhardt, eollectorsssssssssorU. and the United States. tlio Maverick bank failure. W. Wickham SmWfTif counsel for Tiik mnll lino between Hnllfax and England ha Just liven discontinued for lloyd Sutton .t Co. opined tho case for the appellanta. The appeal by which the, lint tlmu lu (Ifty yenrs. Mlts. ItonritT Lincoln, wife, of the this case came to thf snpremetcourt United Stales inlnUtcr to Kngland, ti was granted by the United Htntet circuit court for the southern district lciid:iig the winter nt Tours. atdcclslon mado by Two liundrvd and twenty women aro of New York, from colk-clo- r of customt now In the Harvard annex, but they the court that lite nt Now York had lifcal authority to don't couut In football statistics. Tub sufferers by ilia grcnt Hoston levy duties on cotton nnd silk lacot act, nnd that Are, nineteen yearn ao, who still sur- under the McKlnley tariff clfctned by the ap vive wero paid ?i,.V.O during tlio past tho act was not, as C;Ku ActmgmK o Han, Ynrjts. year. llr rabbinical law the Jew Is allowed to drink to Intoxication on two days of the year I'urlm and hlniclmth Torah. It It ttated that the crops of thlt ysr Will vliuuiu lim farmer of Iho west to pay oil 1100,000,000 of mnrt-Kge- f i. pellants, nugatory a. rvoiu. Mr. Smith outlln BBBtntkSilion 01 ins was clients, contend! en- null and void the acted In the ,o constitution of pmvldn fctr American s BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl WSS not among t IMsssBsBBsVp-CIt as- by tho constf DtmiNO last year :00 men were killed sitmed to con outright and 7,841 maimed and munglrd tho United m Impos- fiUt. sshllo coupling canton the railways ol Ing fr which taxes on this country. un- could be cxe A Polish Inventor olalins to haro discons covered a process of manufacturing tier the Tie eonsldern- Mr smltli en smokeless and odorless coal ut a cost of Hon ot the otietti lorrlsl Involved under n ton. b dollar Ave heads, namely: I'osrorrioa were first established In Docs the omission from the engrossed Trance In HOI. The first Kngllsh post bill, signed by the president, of a secn oflico was opened In 13SI, tho Urst tion which formed part of the bill as it oflico In 1641. passexl both houses of congres., render A CoNNPCTlCtT man has Invented a tho tarllT act unconstitutional? machine which automatically feeds hit provisions un Are the sugar-lount- y chlolteiisul night and morning. Ills constitutional? run by clockwork provisions are If the sugar-bounTiik fame of some men Is preferred unconstitutional Is tho whole act thereby their cast-of- f clothes. An old hat by Invalidated, or may tho remainder of Dillon, tlio Irish leader, recently sold ot thn net stand at law? In Australia forfli. 'reciprocity section" Is tho Mils. Thomas Nelson, of Astoria. unconstitutional? Ore., drowned herself a few dnys ago If tho reciprocity section Is unconstibecause her husband refused to allow tutional, la the whol net tliorby Inher to hold the baby validated? Much of the barley arriving at ChicaTaking up his first question, Mr. go Is going on sales previously mnde, Smith wont ou to contend that the and the stneka there aro lest than half tariff act was never constitutionally that of last year at thlt time. enacted, because the bill signed by the Tiik arm of a compositor who works "resident was not the same bill whloh eight hours at tho case setting type, id passed both tiautct ot congress, the trHvclso dlktimce of from six In seven change being" duo td the; "omls.loD by inltei7ceirdliij to n statistician. the curolllng clerk of the tobacco MAIICKLLA ArALA, a Chilian, Is on section, which hd been restored of the oldest sinners on record. Ho It to the hill by the senate and house conover 100 years old and Is convict No. ferences. 14,477 lu Uie California state prlsou. Mr. Smith also contended that the y Last year them was spent in thlt provisions of the act were country for tea the sum of $30,000,000; unconstitutional becauso congress had for colTee. JtUi.W0,0i0, and for malt no power under the constitution to and spirituous beverages, fVO, 000,000. create or award sue't bounties, on the Tiikisr Is a new element, a mineral ground that a tax I nposed upon the discovery In the lloleo mines. It is com- people for the parntent of such bounposed ot cublo crystals of n fine blue ties were not levied for public purcolor, and has been christened "bole poses. He." Concerning the reciprocity section, was Invented Mr. Smith, claimed that it was Tiik wooden shoe-pe- g In ISIS by John Walker, of Massachubecame tt was a xlolegatlon setts. Millions of walkers have since of tho executive power to the legltlo-ture-. then pegged along enjoying his invena. ,:m'i IflflflflflfB. JBact imier IJIJHr fl4Wv fBdcnt l(Krcss Ger-ma- tj re-bi- te mgar-lKjunt- nncoa-itltutlon- tion. TllK first Iron bridge, built In 1778, still spans l little river I etween Worcester and Shrewsbury, Kit gland. It It nltoul Hfl feet long aud weight S7S tons. ' rounscl for Charles Stornbach ct at, followed. Ho made the same contentions as. those made by Mr. W Wick ham Smlthfand quoted many author! Ho ties In support whole, Tiik fnshlonablo point for grasplug :lalmed tho sticks nnd timbrrllas in Loudon It each about six Inches from the ferrule, the were so they handles being allowed to dangle, downthe ro-tward. to bo Ax equestrian statue of Gen. William for The Henry Harrison haa been designed by Mr. Kdwln II. Smith, of New York, intcrwvaBholo actHktfd thcHTstloned, oUumcnL colKeblsso, of Cincinnati, for that city. It with will lie cast in bronze at Chlcopee, lector Mass. Ho Tut Tower brldgo oter the Thames, tho built on the Hnsculo principle, has caused the underwriters of Lloyd to as thoso mado refuse to Insiiro easels that hare to preceded him Miss' arguAt the conclusion pass beneath It Wi, fi.WKK.vr, of Catasaun.ua, Pa., ment tho court adjo.irjod until Tuesaged lua years, believes that ho Is tho day, when tho argumcfit will bo reoldest tobacco chewer on earth, having turned. used tho weed without a day's break l.lvrtlmr. Milrlila. Dee, 1 for over ninety years. l'urther particuAt tho newly discovered metallifer- lars of the suicide of the Chevalier ous mines in Texas, tho miners struck Krapf do Llvcrltof, chancellor of tho a "blanket lead" of sliver ore almost at Austrian legation at Woshlngton, show tho surface of tho mountain Into which that ho had for some lima been subject to neurnlgia pains and intense, nervous they had 1 eon tunneling. China has been warned thai at the excitement, for which ho received treav end of tho appointed time tho combined ment in Washln gton. lis Mticldo is sufferings, powers will sella her customs receipts traced to severity rj nnd hold them till satisfaction for tho which unhinged Ihlsif mission riots has boon given. Think Tiik amount ot wheat which the IlKIIMN, Hue. l f this United States will bo called upon to nt that send to help out tho Kuropcan demand city, is authority tor govenu assssw is nbout to Is a round 1,000,000,000 bushels, which the Uusslan Issue a decree prohibit tho exporta- will make a big hols in tho surplus. sla. In somo Is rejoicing over tho fact Hon of horses from Macon, Oa., quarters this Intended netlnn of that the Ocmulgeo river Is now navlga-bi- o crar's government i looi,,,,) pon the ns "from tho city to tho Atlnntlo additional evidence s ti,at U8Sia ocean," nnd has within n year become preparing for In tho nonr an Importnnt highway of commerce. j generally supposed that future. It has Rev. Arthur Hell Nleholls, the husband Mlultslppl Frmen Fnissm hor la Khore. Oai.kva, ill., Deo. f Charlotte llronte, was dead, but ho Tho mercury degrees be- Is still living in nn obscure parish lu Sunday night fell to aas-I river, which Ireland, whore he occasionally preaches. low zero. Tho Miss ico SSSSSSVil.v Aoiucut.TUiiAt. labor is said to bo so wai clear ofrn..BlBBBBBBBU , It now Tho scarce in some of the midland counties frozen solid of Kiuflnnd that the crops tiro lying ou weather is thestsssssssssssssssssssssan hero nrgumiMiJBtfjs. rH rieHL Chf l?Bn H Jlr. J cnulilHout corB mnBitlons cnnHfne Vll-.NN- aLndl hostU, 1 r n len tho ungatbered, notwithstanding In! that wages have been advanced twenty per cent. Mist Maiiv Smith, of Whitesbit Holds 1.- NovemKB iiuunM ..- - 1 .......... n iullt quilted over 100 j ears ago by has Ti. P....1 n tit,,,. nt fli.ti. Fiy who picked and spun the cottoj cap which It Is made. Chicago operator A l'KOMiNBNT 1. this enuntrv will amircclato the situ rSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI Hon when Hurono takes fnm thill sid wirv,, , lii fo men practically 7,00000 bushels of wheat working l'1'11' ,ul(' per week, or ubottt os much each week John lmrlwl to Now York. as tho entire stock now in tho ground, n dlstalH thirty feot, Tiik latest victim to tlio photographic by the broaklng of a rjfter Win To w eraio is no less u perm than tho Her- sor was killed and tho ollir two seriDuring her trip ously hurt. man emprt-b- herself last summer ne took a fnnuy lor The Trial flues Over. some of tho prettiest placet WABiiiNaiON, Ind., Dec I -- The case that she saw, nnd now she has becomt against Lavellu and JIawes, charged in much in love with the art that slit with burning tho courthouse, wuicall-elal.es a camera whereYer she goes and at retnrahurgh Mondur and continspends half of her royal tlm dsvalop-Iued hv roquen of dufeiid,int UwlU U called ug i h, in Maroli. at-K- o laB'r htrootsKIIEc asssssssssssssssssssssssssssWil' "B n photo-jraphlit- d Detail, of tha Horrors of tha Takow, China, William Puckktt, sentenced to bo Ihci Norllirrrl Taring llsllrimd. Massacre. hanged at West Irvine, for murder, Or a Brutal Ravlshor at rbo Prlco for tho Return of Tacoju, Wash., Nov. 27. A land H1C11 December 4, has been respited eighty asssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVCrV Londox, Nov. 80. The Chronicle's apolisi Ind. Stolon Soy. slldo occurred on tho Northern I'aclflo says: Offdays. correspondent at Tien-Tsl- n near Canton Stntlon, fifty miles from icial report ot the Takow massacre) A Larok tobacco barn belonging to here, which caused tho death of flftccn riva Thoniaml Dollars Was the Pries contnln details almost without par- The Infuriated Muh Drlvan Fr ft M. Smith, near Mt Sterling, conForm men nnd tho possibly fatal injury of Jail by the I'ollre-T- he stassssssssssssssssssssssssssH' the WflrMs' Full taining ten acres of tobacco valued at allel, oven in tho history of China. raid by a Kaneat City Banker-T- he Larked Nerve anil a Ceadar. twenty more. Tho slide occurred at Kidnaping the Work of a WaitPrevious dispatches have given but n 81,200, burned the other morning. ress In tha Man's Employ. the base of it high bluff, nt tho foot of .. faint Idea of what happened. FnoM tho report of tho commissioners Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. L Prompt t, which the rntlroud runs along tho bank of the llttlo Helglan mission of tho sinking fund, it Is shown that Thanksgiving had no opportunity of escaping. of tho (ircen river, nnd enmo without action on the part ot the police and th Kansas Crrr, Nov. 21 aat Ftatsa Itrnistory the debt of Clark county la 8159,000. warning to the doomed men, who were day, a day of rejoicing-- , was transferred Tho slaughter commenced with the lack of leadership and nerve on the Of thta SCO is for turnpikes and tho rePotlary, any sort of Into a day of sadness for David T. Heals killing ot native converts, many ot part of the mob, saved IndlanapolU sent into eternity without nt and Copper Or- mainder for railroads. The assessed boy whom were put to death with fiendish i Monday night from a uispiay ot A and his family. Ills lav Ilca Found. un opportunity to help themselves. valuation of the county is nearly eight violence. Charles Tllstow, th force of about sixty men wore sent out was kidnaped and held for rantom. cruelty Children of tender years wero mob million dollars. The court Ot claims, nf Itllln ItlannTna Ht&tori. llsltaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVl. O., Nov. SO. Oa Uie old at la recent meeting, allowed claims frdm Tncoma to fix up the track, which Friday, one of sorrow for tho family, seized by the savages, hacked with In the valley of the north against the county amounting to $4,839. Friday, and who admlla haf- Injured by the recent floods wat transformed Into a day of gladness. knives and roasted at a huge fire. A last had I'ti, Creek, about six miles and washouts. worse fnto still befell the nuns, who Ing outraged Daisy Wright last sum. The child was recovered. Atlas WiiiTriELD, a prominent farmsWIiLI When tho slide enmo thousands of tner was arraigned before Jnua-- im aaaWr W Viileothe, are bow being er of North Christian, was returning A Thanksgiving reunion of the Heals were subjected to tho grossest IndigniIreful sclentlfio examlna- - homo gullty'to tl tons of earth and stone were sent crash family took placo Thursday at tho ties, being brutally outraged by tho kirk Monday nnd pleaded on horseback from Nortoaville, anclent earthworks, which. Ing down upon tho men, some of whom house of Mr. David T. Heals, a wealthy fiends, who afterward brained them charge of rape. Ho was sent u: Iteresting from any point ot when, in crossing n stream that waa fa The wero thrown Into the river and drown- banker of this city and a capitalist well with masslvo clubs. The Helglan lall to nwalt sentence. eeially noteworthy and val- - over its banks, he was swept: from ills ed before they could help themselves. known throughout the west Mr. Heals, priests were cruelly tortured, but met both vletlms.et Blsaow's fiend body. l resaas-tfaw8ae. horse and drowned. f vifv IsBtJOv VsMnfA4wVf9Mayears old. Is th K Some of tho bodies were undoubtedly while sixty-twI lne" ZA4&LJk1sBUsa?&aihTaaftHsfVsMpa'41V I'lUeU luUmTOrt andtrariul, carried down stream nnd It will besoms of two pretty children a girl a of the arclualoffical departlyBcWBirT5oin in A bloodt row occurred at a tnmhk'ktm Ml IUI14 boy. David 'J and a time before they can bo found. of the Columbian exposition, I ,11 o'clock a hundrtxi Ja&MatirMrous frenzy. At half-pas- t tho eastern part ot Simpson county, la An soon as tho uninjured men could tr.. or "Junior llees." ns thn ,t M, which is in charge of I'. Tho most astounding statement Is pno men from tho South Side suddenly sur get their wits nliout them, they began himself, tho onlv bor of &e fain ly and which Albert Mahcw was shot in the W. 'Jtatnam, that after tho miscreants had been rounded tho jail and demanded admit- archrictogy professor of American head with a pistol in tho hands of his tho work ot digging for tho IkxIIcs of the particular prldo ot his father. and ethnology at Harvard brother-in-la.George Lloyd. Mahew the klllxd, but it is very slow and laWhile the older members of the fam- satiated with outrago and slaughter, tance. The demand was refuscJ, and A relief train was sent ily were just finishing their dinner at '.hey were feasted nnd feted by tho lead-n- f; the door, which gives admittance to the UnlrsfUty. borious work. can not recover. Lloyd claims the shot the most interesting works in was accidental. Among ante-rooChinese mandarin in the district was battered open with a out from Tacoma in the afternoon, and 7 o'clock in the evening, Mr. Heals' two , Tho foreign diplomatic body at l'ckln sledge. The mob was exceedingly the wjfcic Scioto valley Is tho group urrlved nt night with the wounded, children and ono of his grandchildren Chahles Yonck, a tinner.fell throngh U the "North Fork works," many of whom are In a precarious con- wer making merry In tho hall. Sud- aro simply furious. The whole Eu- noisy nnd demonstrative. Tlio quiet ktiown the skylight from tho fourth story, at dition, nnd can hardly lho through th denly tho childish gleo ceased nnd al- ropean colony Is boiling with indigna- and determination that usually mean where excavation and Investigation is Louisville, and was Instantly killed. pfogress. night Most ot the dead are Irishmen most Immediately an outer door was tion. business wero lacking. "Hang him." now la Yonce tho time was engaged iu reThe works upon which they are en- pairing atthe roof of tho building, and anil Swedes. One man named Andrew heard to slam. This aroused tho susTho nows from Mongolia Is increas- "Burn him," "We want lllssow," wero was thrown nearly ncrovn the picions of Mrs. Heals, who ran quickly ingly serious. The rebel forces are re- the yells that could bo heard two gaged ard extended fortifications tho glass. a number of mounds and two accidentally stepped through stairs and river by tho force of tho slide, but was to the hall to find that Junior Heals ported to bo growing larger, and their iquares away. , His companion rushed down ante-rootho sms Her, enclosures or defensive em- found him lying on tho first floor with comparatively uninjured, and managed was not among his playmates. been continued so forward march has Having entered tho Is that to swim out. The Imperial mob took tho keys from tho turnkey LI'?sbbbW cnts. The general formlong by almost every bone in his body broken She searched the lower lloor alono fur uninterruptedly. becomtroops hare not yet got Into touch with and opened tho door thnt leads to loJslsllllHJ" parallelogram, 2,800 and without success, and then, dead. Yonce was a widbroad, enclosing 111 acres, and already A nODDEHS' RENDEZVOUS ing really alarmed, called her hnsband tho rebels. Further detachments of cages. I our or live rushed in anu ri years of age and leaves two n a sharply rising plateau ower forty thorough troops havo been ordered forward. Tho hero was proven o cl and their guests, who made a . Dl.rovrrr.l l7 Miino Conn Hunter In a P.A the fork of Paint creek. children. search of the house from collar to gar- rebels In their southward march occu- ncter of the vigllants. V hen the liiftlitna WoniU. Tub Iter enclosures contained nlnctcen-ycar-ol- body ot John Maclnto:h, tho PritU, Ind., Nov. 27. Tliursdoy the ret, over and over again. No trace of pied towns without resistance being and file saw U.elr object w son of a prominent orks one is a perfect cir- At all tho easy attainment, they turned tai rendezvous of an organized band of the child was to be found. Llrzlo Smith, made by tho populace. diameter, and tho other citizen of Ludlow, was found below the robbers that lias been Infesting this re- the waitress, was also missing, and tho places throngh which they passed tho ran. Their demoralization ex TaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW-c- o 2,000 feet in clrcumfcr- - Ludlow trestle, whero be had fallen a who leaders, a naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL fortlQcatlon was well conclusion was arrived at that she had rebels mado requisitions upon tho in- cd to tho gion for years past, was discovered. distanco ot 100 feet to the ground after vvtBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB habitants for supplies. , weakened and tho whole The discovery wns made by some coon kidnaped the boy. two living springs a railroad accident It is claimed that A dispatch from St Petersburg gives skedaddled Mr. Heals offered a reward to vhe sidewalk. II hunters, ond now is the only subject of n Its bounds. Besides the ho had eaten his own flesh and froze to conversation for miles around It was and no questions asked, Friday morn- tho contents of a private telegram the mob pursued the advantage that nts mentioned, numerous death. . nbout the Chinese disturbances received hnd acquired, it might have got Hlsso made accidentally. Otto of tho hunters ing. The large flouring mill owned by W. nd within and without the out nnd hung him beforo enough polli At 7 o'clock in the evening a mqti ot by Iho "Novoo Vremy.iw from leading stepped upon the trnp-doo-r it is these that are being ex- - J. Marshall .fc Co., situated just below nnd the statements made con- had arrived to prevent it On the side strango nppcaranco presented hlnnelf into the cave, and fell through. His M. Cloud Henderson, was totally destroyed by U pon tho farm ot walk tho avongers halted and reformed tILWBCU. and the old Clark estate. companions cama to his rescue, and, at the front of the Heals mansion.- Ho firm thoss ot tho Chronicle's Tien-Tslfire the other morning. Tho loss is ev Hopewell false-faccursed their f and a wig, nnd was correspondent their lines. Tho leaders after the excitement had subsided, wore a already ex- tlmoted at fully S15.000, on which there Several not to weaken, amined by of the moundsforce are what was a small insurance, n The lattor agreed reallred that lltry w ere in tho very midst dressed very muoh like the Columbian "LAND BILL" ALLEN and another advance w as mado. Hy this are known as altar or sacrificial mounds, of a subterranean robbers' don. There He told the servant who answered tho IfANOI.sn a man is so rare a form of imarrived, nnd time several polloa had was a table in the center of the cave, bell that he must soe Mr. Httals a kind more numerous in the Scioto amusement at Paducah that the sheriff Dirt In tha I'nor llnti.p The Author of loskod Mr. Heals went to tho mediately. the on which stood n lighted lamp, showtha lloiiir.lrutl Law and Ills Kccrntrlo tho door of took ca?a was of thenjaln. Valley, than in any other region, the has been overrun with applications from antepossession The crowd ing they were there, only a short tlma door. The man said ho was a detecCareer. varieties being the purely defen- curious persons who want tickets that room, and was loud in its demands for other that ho had found the before. Ily tho lamp wits a deck of tive; CoLUuni'8, 0., Nov. 30. Georgo sive, which contain little or nothing of will admit them to tho ceremonies in immeaccomplices! Whcnton Allen, her and cords and a bottle partially filled with better known as Land llissow. Thn police, seeing no value, and the sepulchral mounds, the which Murderer Urown will be the cenwhisky. The cave is twclvo by twelvo that they had the lost child In Hhelr Hill Allen, author of tho homstead law, diate danger, had retired for consultaAt the base tral figure. The sheriff has had not tombs ot feet, nicely finished with lumber. Tho possession; that they demanden ?30.000 died Sundny night at thn infirmary Ho tion into u sldo room. A herculean fel- ot one of tho sacrificial mound: less than a thousand applications, cave also contained U bushels ot clover ransom, nnd that he was prepared to wns In his 83d year, having been born low closed the door, nnd told tho man opened, near the center, was found an though only fifty pcoplo will bo admitr to go to work. seed, S0O pounds of pork, 15 bushels of deliver tho child to Its parents for, that in Connecticut in 1800 Ho catne to with tho altar about four feet square and ted. Tho response came In terrific blows, eighteen Inches high, made of hard- wheat, 3 turkeys nnd provisions. Tho amount. Mr. Heals declined to pay tho Ohio in 18.10, and, engaging in the pedKittio The parents of have been robbed ot various sum, and stuck to his original bfTer dling and auctioneering business, nmass-e- d rained quick nnd licavy on tho lock of burnt, clny, with a depression in the Howard left her locked up in the houso farmers was finally agreed tho door communicating with the cage, top slightly oral In shape, nbout four at Lexington. five years, but could of $.1,000. It articles for the last Her clothing took fire, considerable wealth. On his peddling that tho "detective" should . de- wagon, wliicn ho tlrovo through tho but tho Imprison d policc.with a united Inches deep and two fe.et apart. never trace a single thing. and she will die. Two other children child for that amount. country, ho had painted the mottoes: rush, broke open the door that held liver the Very little pottery, and that in frag- wero barely saved, ns also the house. At 10 o'clock n rlnp brought Mr; Hfals "Homes for everybody; them captive, nnd the man with tho ments, generally unornamented, haj CHRISTIANS MASSACRED. "1 he governThe tobacco barn of Michael Holsaw his lost child ment lands belong to the people," nnd sledgo was disarraad. Oth tr poilco ar- been found; but shell, bone andcoppet land, a prominent farmer, residing to tho door. He IUimmIjt Work lly Itrbrl. In .Norttirrl In the arms ot tho rnfiUn iwho of fifteen or twen- ornaments, bone needles and awls, with "Government lands to actual settlers.' rived to the number of an immodiato three miles south of Sharpsburg, was Alarm In 1'rkln. him the- bargained for He advocated tho passage by congress ty, and the possibility copper and shell beads have been found burned to the ground The barn con London, Nov. 27. The Chronicle's had was nvertod. child. Mr. Heals, w trie copper ornaacres ot excellent tobacco correspondent at Tien Tlsn says: The llvery of tho In bonk notes .carl Kri- - ot tho present Homestead law, and lynching arrived, In quantities. a Some ol ot highest skill tained six farming Iraplementswhlch. 83,000 Still other reinforcements degree ments evince while traveling through the states adand spmo outbreak In the north, otllclally describ- drawn order to bo rendy to f 12 the mob was cleared his dressed legislatures, and public meet and nt half-pas- t In tar In thalr manufacture, snowing- eoncTW.l ed as a raid of Mongolian robbers, dy. nf thn lmrtralh. counted . - A , . . scat sire Hviucnce- Ql ifmjini uraii prcsacu ui I werelaUodetroved.1MIncendlarlsitf mw nui-ttha mob Uio ings in nn effort to create public senti- from the wia proves to bo nn Insurrectionary move- money loud boasts oT what it moulded Into tered there were before the eyes of n nndthe ma Particularly shape. Judoe M". D. llnow.V, of the nopklns-vill- e ment ot serious dimensions. Dispatches placed tho money In mo outer pocitct ment in favor of his bill. lllssow Is and would do city court, has been arrested for It Is raid he spent 00,000 creating not removednext tune, thereifmay yet be Is this true of several fine circu received statu that in Mongolia of the Intter'a coat. At tho same timo Tuesday, ol maladministration of oflico and bound slzo each discs, the and somo northern districts nearer the the masked man placed In tho arms ot sentiment among tho people, statu trouble. It tho mob ha had a leader lar the centers of over to tho March term of tho circuit capital the revolutionary feeling Is the overjoyed father tho lost child who legislatures nnd congress In favor of his and had acted with determination nnd a siircr dollar, court. spreading rapidly, and tho number was sleeping soundly, ignorant tkat ho proposition, and lived to see thousands expedition, the lynching of lllssow which are so depressed that a point is formed upon the train was As the accommodation alarm- was being restored to his nnxioui par- of his fellow mtu benefitted theroly. rebels is becoming of would havo been comparatively oasy. edges of the metal being passing through Goodlctsvllle a rock underside, the Although a man of considerable An insurgent force con- ents. The joy of tho parents can cot be ing. 1 the ability to manago smoothly down, forming a was thrown through ono ot tho car turned ability, ho lacke several squadrons of told. sisting of Population of Alttlct. curved rim a quarter of nn inch deep. windows, striking the wife of Dr. his own affairs, and years ago became Mongolian cavalry, besides Infantry, Is Wasihwton, Djc. 1. The census of- The copper discs are generally found ot that placo, in tho breast, ina charga on his friends. Ho owned reported to be advancing on I'ekin, Blown to Atomt. and a few acres ot land la fice Monday issued a bulletin giving tho In the sacrificial altar mounds, placed flicting a serious, if not a fatal Injury. where the utmost alarm prevails. The Akiion, O., Nov. 23. Knglne No. 27, llttlo cabin population of Alatka by race, and also one on top another, the points In their Only a fow minutes beforo a tramp had population ot n lnrgo area, actuated on an extra freight, blew up oa tlio Plain township, this county, where ho of six of tho three hundred villages partly by Inclination nnd partly by fear Cleveland, Akron and Colnmbn road, lived alone, but about threo months ago nnd settlements enumerated during depressed centers and sometimes their been put on" tho train, aud It Is betoot tho rot el soldiery, has joined tho two miles south of this city, Friday it wns sold for taxes for the third time, 1830 and la'JI. The population of Alaska rims, having been partially fused an- lieved ho threw the rock. The train gether by the intenso heat of the was stopped and tho man searched for, nnd on account of his helpless condition manmovement, together with several nornlng. John llyron, engineer, of (31,705) ns based upon tho enumeration, cient altar fires during the mournful lyit ho had disappeared. darins. Imperial troops have started Mlllersburg, nnd George l'nrkrr, fire- he was sent to the poor house. Is classified ns whites and mixed (Rusrites or horrid sacrifices. Tlio publication of this fact cauted to meet tint rebels. Tho ontiro Christ- man, ot Fair Oaks, 0., wero initantly Haiuiiet Waonhk, n colored girl reHone awls nnd needles of a high dein from all parts sian and native), Indians, Mongolians, ian population ot King Choti was mas- killed. Hoth bodies were blown to contributions to pour of all others, whllo gree of finish, are found in unusually siding in tho northern portion of Chrisa grouping of tho country, but Land Hill's mind with Indians, numbering seventy-thre- o sacred, with the Helglan priests. tian county, was standing in front of n pieces. Some of tho fragments wero larpe numbers, and sometimes bitsoi of his utterly tho was gone, and on hurled 130 yards. Tho engine waa helpless condition account forced to per cent, of the whole population, nro cloth, showing that these raysterioui fire, when her clothing caught fire, and ho was beforo the flames could be extinguished completely wrecked, nnd tho track of ns OPIUM SMUQOLINO. people possessed the art of weaving tho wat so badly burned that sho has nt the infirmary Ho was offered classifielAleut, B'cun, Thlnkot.Ilydo. tho a, A and 0. and that of the Nip-an- o Tidmpscan and textile fabrics. persons in a lllnc Which philanthropic Inillrulliiii. Tlml Thrrn I. since died in most terrible suffering. adjoining were blocked for several a homo by and Philadelphia, but his ipes, also, sTtlllfuIly cut Irom single Carries nn Kttin.lre Oyrratlnna. Now Jersey 13, saved one IDE a boy E ghil Victim Diet. hours. stone, are found, several be- - of twoShkaiikk, girls, of nearly saved rr.ANCIsco, Nov. 87 Tho Chrou-iclSax condition was such that it made llttlo drowning and Toledo, O., Djc 1. Maud MncICe, r gray porphyrltlc stone, be- - tho other, whllo several men stood on nnd Douglass, tho two says IUoom difference where he ended his days. Cfcokad to Dtath on Noodle Soup. ghly polished nnd of grace the bank and mado no effort to help Australian refugees, whoso arrival nt MANSHKI.D, O., Nov. 28. Artio Young, Out of the contributions received for zie, ngcdfour.daujhtorof.T A. MncKe zle, of Minneapolis, cl ed Monday nft Honolulu on the lleagle created such a was his cousin, the oung, him he will be given n decent burial son of Norman ternoon, at St. Vincents hospital. T singular and Importnnt dis- - him. Tlio lost girldaughter of Lucas stir, aro known tohavo joined tho great choked to death. Six weeks ago ho was sixteen-year-ol- d makes the eighth victim who has deaBBBBBBBBBBaK wever, was made on Scptcm opium smugglers' ring. Discoveries so afflicted with diphtheria, tho disease SEVEN LIVES LOST. a well known citizen ot from the terrible steam scalding in .hat is called Mound 22. It Shearer, and the rescued girl was Miss far show the cxlstenco of nn extenstvo paralyzing tho muscles of his throat. And Hve Others Hang by a Weak Thread w reok. Tho mother, M JaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf,n collection of the largest railroad organUanllon headed by tho notorious In consequence he has been unible to Camp Nelson. Tho girls llrsult nf the Lake shore Areltlenl. A. MncKcnzlo, is very low, nnd of nt implements evar found Knrrlgan, of o A small squadron ot Tom Whaley at tho mouth of fell off a Toi Klio, 0., Nov. 80. The results of nectcd to live. Thts is the second cfti cat solid foods. Fridny his mother gavo tho world. In ditching Hickman's creek, which was grently vessels are engaged in tho trailli Many soup for his dinner, and a Saturday night's accident on the Lnko ter the father 1ms lost by this acclil BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBin this vicinity Squler & Da- of tho coast freighters, which aro not him noodle swollen. Young Shearer plunged in, going down his Shore, in this city, have been mora subject to customs luiteclluu nre It. mouthful of the fool As ho did not serious thnn nt first feared. In addi- nnd with tho prospect of tho loss o; SaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT 41, n tn.l ltnt thnir turnpil saved the Karrigan girl and swan after windpipe choked him wito he is distracted. It is feare' hundred flints, but their his cousin, but sho dank beforo he league, with tlio smugglers, tran.hlp-pir.ho choked to tion to the two who were killed out- will lose his mind. 1.NCV"aWUl ons wero hurried, partial and could reach her. Her body is not yet the drug at sea, and landing It have control of his throat relieved right, five more have slnco died, and be factory on the whole, and the discovered. v with but llttlo iii-- k of detection. Tho death before ho could , several others can not survive, Tho They Know Whit's Gaol for Them was not carefully collected. The lleagle Is tho best vessel the smugglers The Frankfort correspondent of the wounded also sustained more serious Dead Under a Trestle. Chicago, Dec 1 Acting Secretary piesent find outranks all previous ones being too well armed to bo caphave, Covington Post hatpolnted out n queer Lovp.i.and, O , Nov 28. -- A trackman injuries than was supposed at tho time. of State Wharton, Monday, sent tho of the sort. tured except by n (4ata ot factb indicated by the reports Nearly all were frightfully burned following to Director General Davis, ol of H. and O. S. W. raitnny, while crossAll relies and skeletoLS, as fast as ing Bridge No 82, that spans O'ltnnlon nnd scnlded nbout tho face and hands, tho World's fair "Tho Chilian govern- found, cleaned and recorded, aro boxed to tho auditor from Martin county: Ono Old Dted Dug Up. An Creek, one mile east of hero, Friday af and many will bo disfigured for life, ment confirms nnd continues the ar- up and shipped to Chicago, there to be of the peculiarities ot Martin is, that I'lTTtuil'itoil. Nov 27. An extraordiwhile It is n small county with not over Tho responsibility for tho accident pack-agnary find In u burled box, in this city, ternoon, sow a suspicious looking creek. has not yet been determined. The rail- rangements made by tho late govern- finally prepared ond arranged as part 150,000 acres of land In tho entire counlying on the rocks near tho for Chilian representation at tlio of the American nrcluuologlcal exhibit. ment Tlmrsdny, of an Important deed signed ty, it reports for taxation 011,710 ceres, nnd was horrified to road officials hnvo ns yet made no state-i8r.- l, Chicago exposition Cora- Special !! lw by Uov. John lVnn, lobrunry IB, 1776, He climbed down, '" i inure limn theit- - i1 lit the nd joining rcrrt! Nov. 30. Tho flrln. "l work i mtssioncr ltarlow will now work vigorbut th" body of Uarrcy Lstrls, condition county of Pike, which is more than i)iieing liuidt in Armstrong county aged sixty yiars, a well known citizen. on the case, and will call a jury Mon- - ously nnd has great hopes to secure a Wash! ioton, of Andrew HamlltonC Curtain to Lam-peof the sei votary of the treasury Is such threo times its large. This Is caused by through tho bridge Jay morning. f special splcn lid exhibit." Cndwnlder It Is thought this deed It U thought ho fell as to occasion concern to his friends. tho multiplicity of old land patents held Lewis, the nnd rere Jlarquouo, nnd exposure is forbidden by his physiclnn to by different parties, which lap audover-la- p will end u protracted lawsuit over a and died from Injuries ongineer, will say but little concerning to Sat Antonio. Lotteryltei W.lt Oa sact auy business or seo anybody. tract of land on which Concmaugh furA each other again nnd again tho wreck. 'J'ho Lake Shore engineer, A Clew, Thy Think. 1. Presld L'tikaaaaaaa. rouble Is a pronounced caso ol la Nkw Orlka.ns, Dec. nace was erected by tho Cambria Iron A rosT oflico has been established nt Chicago, Nov. 28. Tho Anglian Hoylc, nn old timer, snys he picked up Conrad, Secretary Horner and aaSaBBBBBBBBBBwjklt dat sixty-thre- e years ot ago he Sutherland, UavWws- - counvy,andiAv Works. said, the red light beyond the tunnel easily, employes of tho Louisiana Sta. ,..,.. ...a .w- nt . Express company ofllclnls. It arwio to overcome sutu w nil. - C. I. each has been appotuicu, postA. V M., ought to Th5 Baltimore In Bad Snaps. havo struck another clew in the train nnd Lew In of tho V. tcry Co. appeared beforo U S, Count SaBBBSTV ould havo been In his younger master. Nov. 27 Orders will robbery nt Western Union Junction. havo dono tho same. Wakiiimito.n, sioner Wright Monday morning to nns Ills nhvslclan Is confident that At Franklin, John C. Hammond, n Manager Antlsdel say that late last bo sent shortly from tho navy departwer an indictment found against thsm 11 soon bo all right again, but ho Judge Coffinbury Dtad. farmer, hung himself In ment to Cupt. Schley, of the ltaltlmore, Monday night a man was arrested in a nt San Antonio, Tex., upon tho chargo sccretury will get his barn the other afternoon. Cause not believe the Ci.kvki.and, O., Nov. 30. Judge Jn. now stntlonednt Valparaiso, to proceed town not far from tho sceuo of the robpostal law 11 ot onco. as the grip runs Its course unknow n. of violating the ono ot north with his vessel Immediately upon bery and that ho was thought to bo ono M. Coffinbury,Cleveland tho oldest mem- They gavo bail in tlio sum of SI, 0)0 I tfuVrlv. Meanwhile, the secretary is bar, fine orator Fl'LTPN taxes Its suloonsSl.SOO nyenr tho arrival of tho Yorktown. Tho serious of the robbers. Papers wero found on bers of the cacli to appear at the next term of thf g a season ot complete resi anu each, and there aro three of them. condition of Uie bottom of tho vessel Is tho suspect which seemed to connect and n brilliant writer, died Sunday, ITnltn.l KtntAa rnnrl. In Sin Antnntfl. st chance for recuperation. aged seventy-threyears. The Kentucky State grango will a (ism.' him with the crime. tho cause of tlio order. meet ut Louislllo December a Dr. J. America's Oldest Prtest. K.BttHsMLni tt to he (llvrn n Heat. A Mexican Orowl. Tbres Years In tht Psn. Nov. SO. Several of the D. Clardy is tlio master. Roosevelt Will Reitgn. Troy. N. Y. Dec-- 1. Uov. Fathet LaBBBBBBaKC' is Cirvor Mkxico, Nov. 30. .Memphis, Nov. 27- .- W. It. Yous, the lines will lay off their Washington, Nov 38. Civil Sorvlco expressed in certain qunrtcrs There the Peter Hnvermnn's congregation comAi.vin Davis, an employe of the Kenhero whosu nrrest for raising Ihese tucky Central railroad, wus run over by Hoosevelt may resign. feeling Commissioner memorated at bt M iry s Church, the 'aBBBBBBBBBBBBa In January. that Mexico should resent what slxty-llrbills to ten was announced faw He will not be. removed, en doing good service a freight train ut tho coal chute. In 'litis alien t anniversary of his ordination " season nnd need rest. days ago, was indicted, pleaded guilty the story that is going out that are considered attacks on this re publlo in tho priesthool He is tho oldest Pans the other n ght. and died next to three yeurs in the tho president has determined to remove published in certain American newsmid was hcnteneed line w 111 lay up the morning from ills injuries. Ills loft priest In this country, having baen He loft for tho peu Sat- lloosevelt. Hoosovolt Is about to resign papers and also resent tho publication penitentiary. Maiestlc for a time. leg was cutoff ami his left arm crushin Helglum in 130V Ho lus been a ui Irt tlio United States of revolutionary urday. tako tho placo of the ed. Twenty minutes be ore tho nccl-defor pecuniary reasons. ister in this country '.'J years. news from Mexico. iiry 13. he had taken out nn accident Runlan Stiver Standard. Ill lay on tuo my policy for $1,000. Davis wus twenty-twr.uit a and Stiver. Gov. Cntit Bejtm Buttntu. Dltturbel by an Earthquake. I.omion, Nov. 27. Tho Times' finanorK London, Deo 1. Tho T 1aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV Now Indianapolis, Nov. 23. Ira J. Choao Skatti.k. Wash., Nov 30. At 8:21 j cars of ago and single. cial article contains a rumor, stated to Hamburg- o'clock Sunday afternoon two shocks financial article, says that' oiinai l, ono of the most Thou have been received from two good took formal possession ot the governly issued popular and Influential farmers In Hour-bobbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW Krlday. of enrthquake, lasting nbout live sec- that Itimlii Is buying silver S sources, that tho Hussian goernment or's office in tho ithdrawthat only enough will bo boug county, died the other morning afis likely to mako largo purchases ot sil- Ills first official act was to sigti a no- onds each, were felt here. Much alarm, vide n new subsidiary colnu d the Co- t, for n time, was caused bv the disturbter a week's illness of pneumonia. ver, w ith tho object ot establishing a tary publlo commission for Jesse placo the nickol alloy Known a ances. of Franklin. The man who was arrested, and is In silver standard. jail there for swindling merchants ot Wat Lyttsn a Spiritualist Imperial Troops Difeattd. Melbourne. While Mt. Sterling, has been identified u J. 0. A Rival for Arrival of Mrs. Beiant. PAKIs, Dec L It is said tlJ Shanghai, Nov. SO. The roltel forces New Vohk, Nov. 28. -- Mrs. Annie BeUqlon Div It lllggs, who has been working severAtchison, Kns., Nov. 27. lteuben late Lord Lytton was n devotei. .,- - d)aeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlll Impethrough al towns in Kentucky In a simitar mun-nearves, a professor In tho public schools iant, who Is probably the uot promi- sin Manchuria havo defeated tho on named of Smith Center, Kns , clulms that ho nent member of the Theojopltlcal so- rial troops sont to suppress the rising uausi, unit no uuuoveu nun " and tho authorities aro satisfied communication with Joan of ra a" ning Ut thnt tliey have made a good catch. has dUcnvei (d chemicals with which ciety now living, but who expressly iu that region. Tliu imperial forces Nnnoleon. nnd that lie complained tl numbered 4 000 mon, and their defeat bolng Madame Hlavntsky's Tl tV 0 V UT"BtBBBBBBBBBBBBBB' ut notlc- ho can produce ruin every time. Ha disclaim h Tun report that the C"nf?ton brow ho was always lutll d In trying t haVJ" l otTcru to turuloh fnrmcrs with their successor, arrived In New Yorlc Friday causes tho government tho gravest anxIng that bemu n' in range ers woro In with thit probable consoliaccess to tho spirit of his father iety. w ater supply next yenr nt prices far by the steamer City of Herlln. dation of tint breweries of tho three World's 1'alr I'retulumt. those of Mr. Melbourne cities is vigorously don led by those who They Wero Innocent. an. Butler Very 111. Corrtctloa In MoKlnley't Plurality. Washinoton, Nov 3a It will cost nro in it position to know Boston, Dec 1. Gen Hutler is sen l'Altls, Nov. 80. A dispatch from Street-Ca- r Men Strike. Colvmhub, 0, Nov. 28, It has been ,1oii II.M.U u pn'titur bv trade, wai 111 nt 111 linmn In T.fividl. atld It S about 8700,000 to make the awurds at Iluiploycs of the discovered that the Hancock county lluouos Ayres snys that the Argentine nititv Nasiivii,i,k.,Nov.'J7. Columbian exposition Tills rttn oternml WIIimI by n tiuln thgotlier tho arrest of friends doubt If hn will ever leaf hsl the World's minister nf var ordered Nashville Clcctrlc Power Co., the short- (taction board made n mistake in copyIs the result of the labors of the comtwenty officers suspected of plotting a house agtilii nllve. A severe cold te mi mittee on twnnls, which closed its ses- morning ut Iluteh nm's strttflnViiv'iu lino in the city, struck on ing the record of votes for Moj McKlnest streot-ca- r bo I' Pari. of wages, aud ley giving lum ten too many, lilt offi- revolution, but tlmt they easily proved to havo sipped his strength 4iid of neautv. sion in thlt city, Wednesday afternoon. very wearf, their Iniioceuco and wero llbrated. 14. ML running 'IhurAdry, cial plurality it cars were not A LAND 8LIDB, rrlgtiU'll I'slsalroplin rar Tacnmt, a DEEDa ATTEMPTED LYNC Z3.HIIIIIIR-- -- jTffffffffffffffffffffff gfLsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssyl ETC, ETd OAIX AUD SEE US. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. tiallllllllllllllllllllllllllHlSr s O.-L- nltlir , Ix-e- e hasK am a o T d J! Hl i dc-e- ut tl-- white-livere- d r d l sup-wate- r, Vladl-tostoc- - n I V o r. mound-builder- sledge-hamme- d . If 3d , lrrt ? m de-li- - adUl-o'omT"A- s i,j-i-ir ' 1 highly-protubera- nt Gal-breat- h, i Atha-boska- o oleven-yenr-ol- d jHt Ax Nlch-olasvill- e, foot-bridg- g man-of-wa- o r ''"' I'tr rt 1 m well-know- n anti-lotter- y e r, one-doll- stute-hous- o Qver-streo- .B.. i)' onffBB o tl' N il Rain-Mak- er r, bo-lo- zuaim WBm iM'li,! - 1 MvOii." ' "l i J , i t' tt.f' T M. r l&fiteVf iT rfunSIiuWsC ttAu 1-- ft 4' I Imm 'A ftton i . LOW ins in Everything PRICE HOUSE O F HICKMAN! Offer, istonishing Everybody that lik-place ! i . lias now got his House choc lias looked at th THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOKMAN, KY., . " In tho recent Ohio elect! The political speakers always v riii Hi descriho Teiiucssco nnd Kentucky Kliilcy represented over, s twin sisters, nnd the citizens of that wns the oxuet opposi FRIDAY, DKO 4, 1891. tariff reform and of the fre AH perse h nro nliko pleased with tho i . ago of silver. (Jnmp being u Ken- tent. Next to MUS . . lUR'AWRUCfilrtMncTB'or Com"' i seuicd tariff reform and a Kentucklan would pro-,- . dispatches say, will age. cicss, so tlio u n- Republicans and Domocn rto bo a Teunesscan. Hut, while to caucus to themselves upon can ill so much nliko in essentials of po 89 J, dates for tbe various IIouso posi everybody, acknowledge that no- was ns near n clean cut fight on litical faith and identity of nil in tinns. come set flo (Jovernqr Buchanan, of Ten. theso issues as is probable to no terests, there is the greatest disucaseo, snvs the recupturcd oon-- cur. And on these issues Aclx.ni-le- similarity as to the method and chums will be in xlcts tnnsi he returnei! to their' triumphed, tariff reforn and sty lo of reaching results. In Ken- old stations at no matter what officer ....i free silver losing by 21,00f votes. ' cost. 1 Tho Farmers' Alliance people joint discussion, tho time, place Gov. Jackson, of Mur.vlund, has yJsK-i'uHB. tendered tlio position of United declare ns earnestly in fvor ol and Hour is arranged, and at tlio. conscientiously for the best men.. upon u patient. rennd'The Owen Xews hits this point States Senator, made vacant by tariff reform as do the Denocrati, hour they meet, The Maj field Mirror has JOUX W. OH (.11.1, V. Irr.'t. rr. . jtnixso, r.M,r. tlio death of E. K. Wilson, to ex- - nud nro supposvd to bo much the tight is on; but in Tennessee, 'Bflurcv when It says: cently adopted tho plan to publish Itepresentutivo 0. N. Gibson, who more united in u,nl 'mcth- tho iinines and post ofilce address ,",,eIn,"?k:v wlU pu such occasion, they must have favor of fre. ItH niilimirilinrN u ho r.'i'i'lvn Unit has accepted. and tbero w ill be ass band, n procession, a boxv i01' consolation for tho defeated of ver, and yot in this same little BiJTpv'r paper fur a . car or more nud then N... Tin: total amount paid during' this clement polled 23,0' ting girls with (lowers nud candidal o hereafter, who could reuisu to either take it Ironi the thn tirpaiMit iiwuitli l.v tlia nnniiln j C, n lengthy Intro- - spend days after tho election olllco to which directeil or pay tho Rii- - For i nud then nsnensions to wounded Yankees for n "cparnto tickot. the nud laying subscription price. The Mirror CO.VGILL'G 272 EALV2. y, lieloto too real light is about $13,000,000, or an averago j it requires no calculate up his wrnth for tho future." donomi mtos all such individuals IB or 500,000 per day. Truly the. that if they had cast tli chosen debaters begin. B Khciimatluu, Under the Australian ballot the ftir For NrursVU heats." Confeds "tit nobly." Kentucky they meet, nud the voter is independent of either fear "dead xotes for Campbell that COWQILL'S W2ASEL OIL. Cr mterfeit dlmoR. of excelII. P. UHKATUAM, of North Car- ley, with his protective t who gots knocked down or favor, and with such n foiinda devery dininilt to olina, tlio only colored member of K it will lent mke and V8 exactly who hit him and tion for popular suffrage silver phtforu: IT Tor i n Tt '1 Wnf,.M t tlio next (Jongress, is n eollego havo We nlTer tho most liberal Arcomtnodatioun be what it was intended to be, tect, are In circulation in some m VvJWUiiiLi i t. iUH u..wa..u, been defeated by 2,0 HHIW'' ho hit him, and there's no and what herotoforo it has only pnrts of the country, nnd of conrsu graduate, nud is said to be the toniers ('ouslMteut with IlstiiblUlud dividing honors with pretended to he a staunch nnd will not be long in making their JdP Fur 'IVller ami KinKworm, nud thereby the Republic? text of best educated negro, with a single Hanking rtiiiclples. exception, that has yet sat in the hopelessly demoralized. tbe influence of brass bauds, songs reliablo bulwark against all en- way ii. to this xiclnity. It would COWQILL'S TSTrsa OINTMENT. BK tor be House. croachments upon popular rights. out well them,business mon to lookIf these 23,000 Alliance voters or women. for nud Tor the officers For Vorm, Tim Kentucky State Grange were earnestly opposed to In Kentucky the Republicans to look out for tho fellows who a uooii tijii: to AiJVKiirisi:. will meet in Louisville uext Tues's platform, and currestly know that tho Democrats outdistribute them. Tho date is 1801, CjwgiU's Pleasant Wcrn Gjmp C BALTZnit. I? T.TYMJK, J. V. I'OWKLL, lt.il. mtlSVAUl). day, Sth lust. Dr. J. I). Clnrdy is in favor of Campbell's platform, A. A. Ma, W. A SHUCK, J. w. CO WO i LI,. It is generally admitted that the and tie only difference between u.i r.ir.icTin.v nv.tiJAS'Tt.Mi OR voted them, in spite of every side .. Master of it. Tlio order is so ritK JO.VA'r HKFlWDKn. why did they so voto as toelect ism, nnd better respect exists be prosperity of u community, to a them ami tho genuine is that tho weak in Kentucky that most slightly McKlnley t Snrely in Ohio, where cause of tho manliness of the great extent, depends upon tho counterfeits areedges are thicker For S'e by die PrapriHor, think it has passed out of a tritlo nnd the raised in the State. they poll 800,000 votes, n party tight. In Tennessee tho Demo ability of the agiiculiurnl classes rougher. 9 COWGILL & COWGILL, JS The Yuins Indians put to death that only polls L'3,000 was bound crnts win, but how much of the to spend money, nnd whether they Ail the signs point to n hard 1 .V II I 1 A ' I M 'I M, any "medicino man" oftho tribe to know that either McKlnley or victory belongs to tho Buchanan- - spend money or not depends upon winter Tho old proverb about Kentucky who fails to bring rain when it is Campbell would bu elected, nnd ites. the McDowellites, nnd how' whether they havo it to spend, the long Inne having no turning Hickman, : : : 3D wanted, and threo of the ttibe are that there wns no possibility of inm-l- i In thn utmli.hl DninnprntK I'n,,t Tcar tn0 total x'a'.uo of the will il ulitlens apply to the weathnow under sentence of death at cereal crops marketed by tho farm- er with as much truth ns to nny-- J V. EST HL BRINK. III- Los Angeles for following tlu.t electing their Third party ticket. is scarcely ascertainable. ers of this country was four hundnnd three very wiinm In tho days of Knownothingism red and fifty million ($450,000,000) tiling else,succession are likely to Our modem rainmakers If they know this, and snrely thei custom. winter1) in i) nuns, WINKS will mako no contracts out there, did and withheld their votes from that movement hnrilly got afoot dollars, us gathered from the most be followed by one that rushes to ?VTO ipce lo name ll srllcln, but Yuma depend on it. con-- . the opposite mkdioinks. Campbell, how can you escape the ingin Kentuckv, but for a time it reliable Bources. Itoiu xer.v extreme. In addition AM) IrouM lo iho gooli j tho snentiflo instruments in all' Coraf noJ sr, nt tb If under n tariff of twenty tlvo conclusion that they did so pre- swept everything before.t in, Te., i --j- V -.- V corner of Trr) tho Sisnnl Servico ofllces nro ho- - nl Xluieow A? en no. Gtil IllfVmrn, Ki cents per bushel the Western ferring to seo McKiuley elected. QUOIIS. iicaBce.iiiiii uoumiguui uib Bieugo rc,j nmJ fifty millions, nnd allow ing hnvlncln GOODS verv farmer Is nlilo to sell his potatoes tmrm WY j It is as plain as tho nose on the Hammer canvass ot Andrew Jouu- - twenty per cent, for transporting midLtfinsc who necnliar fashion.' St'twenty cents, how high would can rend tboso 8UNi)itn:s. You iiie, nJIJ cure I ho fanner net for signs say that the.v tell us lo the tariff have to be so that tlio fa co that in tlis way that this ele- son over rescued (he State. wI,ent nInno ,,,e flni" of ,ho ,",,',, mi:iioal TAINTS, of blizzards from Manitoba, Tennesseo elected Buchanan consumer could get them for noth- ment of tho Alliance caused the .v a' 'v 11 Tftl JIlllI million ing J wo understand our Kepnh-lica- Republicans to carry Ohio. -- a What Are Kentucky '0ft) (,oIutWCIlt.VCorn, last (J520.000,. many mid oftho most pronounced OILS, U8K. year, sold varictj. friends to say that the tariff And now that they have done elected Brown- -a Democrat. Ten- - i l0WII t ,IC railroad stations makes them cheaper. -- Tho Fulton Graphic of Inst PlvESCKIPTIONS SPECIALTY. it, how mncli are Allinnco men nesseo compromised, Kentucky j at fifteen cents a bushel. To daj Gen. CA3TLEJUN, Chairman of who honestly favor tariff reform, "took iter's straight." Kentucky it i selling nt forty cents, and this week says: Quito an exciting race ICu,M in-n- t tlio tho State Central Committee, will "early larger occurred from here to Hickman Democracy is secure, because it is ?ro" Axhoi'I 111 tin I of Inst Saturday. Tho raco was becall a Democratic Legislative cau- Ac, benefitted t CBr- A largo propnr-crntIt wns nn easy matter for them sonnd, whilst Tennesseo Demo- J.han B-- . tween two of our local attorneys, cus of both Houses at noon MoncroP ls fotnined needs another Andrew John..1'011 ?' ,.he c, day, Doc. 27th, two days before to thus deliver Ohio to the Repubstock and homo uses, but it is both of whom wanted, or rather thought they wanted, to get out the Assembly meets. There ore licans, and in the Presidential son to rescue tho party from isms.' for To lo Toimt OliD G7 Democrats, 13 Independent uttuclimculH on tho same piece of) election they may quite as ensily The "Siters of Ruth" Is tho will net tho farmer moro than the property. Tho attorneys and Democrats and 20 Republicans in their wheat crop; so, not counting for Krrpi a KpUn Hit MrV of the trr lt,t n'Vtt the Lower House. The Senate enable Mr. Dlaino to carry Illinois, name of a Democratic female or- - all tho other crops, the farmer will drivers left here about J2 o'clock OIV13 ef ill kluJx cf IIIAI.I HIM A. T o( in double rigs and made tho trip stands 28 Democrats, 0 Republi- West Virginia, Tennessee, Arknn- - der instituted a short timo sinco net over a billion dollars. lie CItjr G00N Mtrerel lo an; irt iniii-- j flarrisburg. Pa. It is rapidly Tho four hundred and fltty mil- in one hour and thirty-live- , cans and 1 People's Party man. sas, and perhaps other Stntcs, and HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. uIch the being twenty other cities, nud it Is During tho session of the Na- - thus perpetuate tho Republican spreading tothe women will soon lions tho farmer received last 3 ear one miles distance roads bail. The likely that nnd tho "blcli nr olTrr.l m ONK lM'.ICt, unj (hit llui 'and spent for his necessities he tionnl Itepublicau Committee at party in power. have full swing in tho political will illao nllPMll thin vonr fitr tlin amount of property invohod was ii,.i-uasuiugiou, nisi weeK, ouooi uie The who o word sees Iiow nln iioi.i nat nB iUf n,i i.. rr town Hit rniitWI jufliCea. 80lnc four or flvo li"tlrcd dollars Blacksmith and Undertaker xvorst storms in the history oT tho y niM, en8iy 1C ,,,rt ,t in Ohio,! overy other department of human same purpose, but the surplus of flvo hundred and fifty millions' The Courier had a commnni Alt (o)Ji giirinlctil lo l' City broke 10080 lipoil it. Trees I..., ., tryirnnlti I KENTUCKY. Tim genus homo is a long which he did not have HICKMAN, .' VUMH1CU society. last year cailon, in a delicate "Il""u vr "' u, look xvero torn unbv tho roots, houses.""11 )o(- uttering individual, but wlion the but has this, ho will also spend for ltif. wlifi.li uiuoofed and buildings blown to honestly desire the V, .". I WW MK A TKIM. whrn roil wrnil '1...?:, ' .:" ne.nnia. isters of Knur' get on tho war such comforts or luxuries ns he .i.. aiiuIVHiu mii v.i.CreHuiMi.MiT i,,ckwhl,i, the ground. Was this an omen of over tho whole countr or rcp.fr. on h the whole bakery will be cap may think ho needs or wants. nnd "among tho ladies, too." IT s,c tho downfall of the Republican (jt s tlicir privilego to iprriiy red, and his only recourse xvill e0. krqi full lin of If there ever was a time in tho true, this is too bad, too bad; but alio party which is to occur uext No-- ' to take to the woods. such being the effect history of this country when the the Courier is now too old, when x ember! Undortakor's Ooodc, W.I nnnorttinitv offered for thn hut. winter is on its head, to knowing-- . pose ought not to bo ,,, .pj ONK of. tho most ljnportantlcolceilleii: ik overcrowded condition of chant to advertise his goods with ii print nny ovon protiatilo per- - Cflmmon 0lMwooa. which e.m ,rt nite.1 to nu,c'0fHn nnd Or TIIU Cr.LUlll.A fCU niueudmcuts to the constitution of w uno- - tiie prospect or reaping a rich liar- - soaalities. For 31 years the Cour- mo up on ihort notice, ani at rvimnauU the Farmers' Alliance was made ueNHUiiL'er, wmi too cousu- vest t inri- hr. tint t nm ia cnn.lv ,v P i,n. nn,, l ,i ....... (live m n mil prlcctifltj fUIIU III It III II UIVOV juB.iti J' " by the Supremo Council at Indian- Next .Hominy' Inhibition against work- - t , U8 tl0 people have tho people Mriving to sound tho sym- tor Blinn near the Jail. mai'Jt-8apolis. It provides that the memtho convicts outsiden tllO to liuv whnrn thnv piiii luiv i.li.w.lnuu nf w V r..ll,rDl., ll . w .rf tf .. IXJIIW" DUIW 'iitriie fill ti Next Monday Con xxuiiH ..... bership ehnll consist ouly of farmwin uu rutn nr . ......u. .tilltin """" inn innor.' ai. oncapoBt.. me ..1. around, nnd to scatter in each ers nud farm laborers. Persons Ono year ago Congress RHiWBcr ious niicstions which will con- m homo tho lilac, tho violets nnd tho of mixed occupations, nil mechan- the Republicans had 14 uinjavy front the Legislature. Tho speed Tho hornets build their nests roues of eternal spring, and If at n ' fCBI ics, and men of other occupations, in the Sennto and loin the Ho use. lest remedy for this trouble would .high up, the woims arc several nnx time it did a friend offend, it ,.. . r iiiimii n .. .... it r. nn iihittt are excluded frdli membership. iiinir inur ininnH "' '," ' "' Ho lot's Havo , ". "., .'.V, '"Tk )' ,JW"" increasing tho latter by turning r is uzz at root ,,f hog bristles, no fuse; but bo magnanimous. Gox Brown has adopted n new nut Democrats until they made It soon ",, out '.""' co thin the convicts nt whicUnre nature's euro signs of n ' rule in granting pardons for the about HO. CO Frankfort nud Kddyville, but It hard winter this year No matter, w ISiirklm'H Arnlrn K.ile, imprisonment part of the penally ,trv In the world for 1'iita, Monday th e Republicans. wuld probably till up the county, what Hicks or any other weather Next Tut IImt Sil.ve t for carrying concealed weapons. tM&ctsns- Jai,fl- 'J"1'0 legislature will gnessers, say cut this from the I'm nex.horrn. Ulcer. Sill Klieiini erer nn Tsram.ujrwkMf: ,vc& vacf 't.. uoto nct promptly in tho matter. Ho simply respites tho enforce- win nave ouly 1 tnnj I VI mAiN Clmiiel INmli, Clillblahi", MY,Xr!&tt'&i Courier and prcparo youisulf ac nii, rtirr, ment of it for 0110 or two years, Senate, nnd in tho House the Detn Cirr,, sr.tJ sit Skin KritFtiont, anil cordingly. providing that if tho party will enre I'ilw, or no py repdrel. It t la Imped that thn Conven;oupii(i!f 'Tup-coiperfect mllitfac'tton. iiot be guilty of n liko ofl'en'so for nn.) n nil Ir iirantrct to clv tion called to meet in Louisville A great change, but gre x:r or money retnnileil. I'rtce S5 that time, tho respite shall net as IIITWMN next Wednesday, 9th inst., will exchange, nro the leading source box.. For 4le bjr C. A. Iloteombe, Drug- (his winter, fu some a pardon, otherwise it shall not, still will occur in ono year - of pasttimo .succeed in udoiitlug somo e fleet- neighborhoods. Tho most bashLouisville and Memphis, but upon Ids conviction of any Inn to nrouso suulcient nubi?4JIX-J3TtJSlE- . Riu'tr offettne ttie Jurtpnunl Mint" mon can Xxxrix uii tile terest in the snbject of Ken-- ful yonng to do tlo nt nlxvnys find WITH thereupon bo oufoiceuble. something u uky's nt the great Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars When Congress meets Tun locution of tho next Re World's Fair in Chicago, to secure sociable. If they run out of some OX AND TO thing to talk about and tho girls Tho St. Louis wiui us iou ueinocrattc innj publican National Convention in the most creditable exhibit that) wont allow them to hold their Tannin vll0, Miiiplil, Hilton .Minneapolis is simply n move to there xvill be lively times nftef can bo prepared for t lie occasion. l Itoiiwo, Vlolclui-ir- . hands, they can cut pop corn. Republic help tbe purty in tho Northwest, organization is perfected. i Nine Oi'limiiM, vln Tho Georgetown Times kicks D13ALI3KS IN where its high tariff policy has Tho Cairo Unlletln says: After because, tho county olUcersdo not sri:.iiiMirw. The lights will be turned ol lost it many adherents. But tho Now Issued the Gold Dust was lost nDnvo put notices of estrars, etc., in tho Republicans will strive in vain to nil the dark places of oi1;:,-- : ano a ti ROUTE ir i count v papers according to law. Hickmnu, in.111881, it wus demon . 1... Qll!tl31)ilaBm'.J-)stem the Democratic tide that is administration liroug' TwiceaWo9k, ftltti3AP0 rTlila irr ' "" TO AND KIIOM county Magistrates ",nT" " "i.,n ,.!. ,sl Tho Fulton sweeping over tho agricultural All tho xrorld kne New Vork, PJilliulelplila, llililrnore, Wali. finnm in, Irrnnpntlin nmn lr.tr. Thn "' UOUUIII III 1110 river III BOarCII sections. They cannot persundo havo been fraud and Friday, .l,A,ro.,,lDna iw initlon, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, nnttn... f tllO SUfOOftllO Wrecked llOIlt III till I., HIV rt xiiiinvu In u'iiiu that n series of rock benches, or1 Tuesday intelligent fnrmeis that, they ought Itlch rnond, Hiiir.dn, (.'letelnnd, To al. but compulsory, and so plain to bo bled by high taxes for the mountain high in ledo. Oiiieaso, Indlanapolii there., which1 12 to 14 Pages a Week, - gigantic stalls, exist that it admits of 110 misconstrue- go down to unfathomablo depths,' the cousus, anil . Olueiauall, I.0uU,ile prollt of tho monopolistic man SJSLTXS:JB.15J9 rSLETc lar approprintioi i:i.trr ii, .rllioiitirii aliilx tho steps or benches being each a Year. For lint offered to tho most pon- - about i.'0 feet high. The safe was prtia. AH , JIfillum and Fine rnrnlturi ntc'atlr Tho Ilickmnn town croaker is cr.its will turn Meinphla, little girl, nt a church enter- - never recovered. No doubt tho Rookorn, Tnblos, uuronua, XVoQhKtnntiu, Vickahurtr. Italon flouge, New n rare bird, much beyond any of separate tin Samplo Copies Sont Free! Orleim, .Mobile, Mule Hock, Hot in I tiloutnwn, brought rapid ourient rolled it over and boob, Gprlnua, EtO , '""i uRuaraiifljir our neighbor towns because older I on luce J, Hprlngi arid point In Wl Ten- Ul vo '.1 a contest between n Roover down these steps beyond tho nud moro 'periencod, Of course trol o DOds aid itlscouut all competition In this 1'eiai, Arknnnir, Mil- in gin nun a womncrntlo hopo of resurrection. ullur al Chios, alialpil, I,oiiIiUii, ami nothing happens right and Is uev. former winning. It is reTin: .SOD III A.I SOUTH I.M'. er managed ns it used to be, unit I'rcsii( Tho magniflcont mnroli of sot that four Republican rove- m to the future it gives him a do am ontidc progress doca not halt or Spoiimon Ca333. inicera "liucked up" against Tlie Hue U tlinroughlv eiulpped and In uervo thrill equal to a bleating To an vanco oven wio great ir,iitv ...hi coiidil Ion, and proll nn exw... vt,...j ixm,.r..ta j... !.,.," , iuimo us fi. II. Clifford, New Oiinl, Win , was i,-.- , c,i lamb the jaws of a hyena. Somo count cellent In lima anil lliromb and twenty dollar billa nt ii",,,,tK"","", """, 'iT V troubled with Neuralgia ami IlliPilmnllum, oira. Aarrannemeiit of theso days, perhaps, the skies blunuNji lowing upon thn bluhlorldo of gold his Hlomacli irai illionlernl, hU Lifer rT.XTUItl Ulhetirae and cou asaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSaVa " will fall, and theso croakers can rrulence irsured b the Limited Kxpre" discovery from Illinois comei tie fa. ulIooU'l in nn iilnrmlnj lUtrte, catch lurks with the same old nets sion; TliK Gondlaiid Rain Company news that In Indiana a young lady fell nwajr, and lie ai lerrlblv re- rrain. Only a "In hi a ride between and MempMi, nnd Iho best and they used to use, but it doesn't thirds lias lust fairly started in business is curing herself of consumption duce! In flesh and ttrenRlh. Three' hot houiirille aerloo bftnecn the two cltlia q'llcWt Itinera cared him. look probahto now, because rathoi1 out in ICnnsns, issued its prico list by a diet exclusively of dog mont. tie of Klwnrd ShePberd, IlarrUbiirn, III,, hid eer slnired. lucit ...v.. ...w men right hero nro using oncii a m.ft nft'ar9 W.W. rdtlialliil m. t.i.inli. ntut fl.nt j.." nvflr llin ,,.. .,(1. Kill. Is hard to IIIIII w..vw Fir lowest rale time tnblee, and all .V Wrio desired InforniMlnn apply lo newer notsand catching plenty of ptice charged is not (Missouri, a decoction of tho Dealer Ui W.a" hold harmonious, nnd Democrats an ucre. The is larks, nud most likely they'll contalis Is ofllca- - lllittra and aetan Iwxet of Iluoklen'a Ar- JUSt a fair living row of Fltll. IIKLLNKIt, Ag'l, oxorbitnnt ; it may go to fighting Democrats, and rate, so much rain for so much clotifily npplied to tho euro of St. 'ill') ynlo, nnd Ida Iri la ainnd and well. N. 0 tSl I,. U.K. Illckroaa, Ky. tinue to do so. The Courier is in DRUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS AND with tho croakers, because it's one thus cut tho purlj'a tl.rnat. This money; but along comes a school Vitus' dance. Now, let tho groat John Speiker, Calawbn, (),, had fite irge OrW P. MUIU'.Khh, Agent, N. N. k M. V. Co , nitei. Tenn. I'Vner coreJ on bin lair, iloctori niid lie nni of tho old sett, hut suroas .ott'ie is nil the hnpo the Repuhllc.ins teacher who ruts prices and offers and glorious West dlscovcra cerOne bolile Kleclrln lllttera Or J. I. TJIHtiAN, Agent, Incn 4lile. HICKMAN, KY. born if you don't learn to shoot have left, and surely nil good rain at i educed rates. There, now; tain euro for the man who knows ami .ne box Ilucklen'n Arnloa Ktle cured N N k M. V. (V, fadurnh Jnnrllon, will lejoife if they shall be that's just the way everything it nil ami wo shall bo indoml conwithout "reil" tho gamp Is gobOr 1. II. PROUTV, flen'l Pasa. A'gi, him fntlroly. Sold at 0. A. Iluloombe a disappointed. bled by others. IjulMilli, Ky PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. tent, Dru' 8torc. goes in these dn'.s. SMii 23 ItcntN IxHK 2JUU twHsnr y AND WINTER GOODS, all first class and desirable, and at such LOW P1UCIJ along- and buy good and substantial Goods at the Lowest Prices you can find in Ilickl i - BUCHANAN .W- ."Vies "t-otxie- . BcooxrEsir :b3T 3sxj"rxnrc3r a.t XaPafc,arm-q 2!ft VES&JSi - f -r- -h. -- . riiiiicHHoc-I- r nt uuUy Wlylc ... 1 .,,,' In CaliforHolla-mto Tho annual report of the Ken- nia, which aimed lows put the Into practical nationalist tucky Railrond Cnmmlssioucis rebu a failure. commends that a law be pnssed effect, lias proven to proxidlng for separate couches for Miss Tennio McHwen, the young whitcB and blacks. This In tirnli ladv who was shot by n ngro on ably due in part to tho unfortunate! the Lexington tiaiti uboiil two Bl.nnillll hi nee. won nor sun lor montl, niiiiiiiiiii' A .it an .iirri'Arn B. ,.. uv ' " ,," " . - run i mivr nun Hit)Ojfti niHges against the Louis- uliiitks nun IiOtirsvillo & AmhIixIIIo Nashxillo rnUrnnil nt i Kraiiilirt train in September. Dr. O. G. Pnrkor, one of tho A 001 LAW. best known physicians and stir One of the beauties oftho Aui- - gcons of Cairo, III., died at tho Indian ballot system is the fuel tI "nspital in Ulileugo, last week, or I .i..,i iii !.,...... in1 uii.iiiiii; r uuili blood nn irtonliiL' .suiioriniluced In . " . ' iiiiii mi ,t... ngogues to wreak vengeance on i wouiul received ironi an insiru-meii- l he hud used in an operation tJlP votrr9 wll0 vol0 i,07,C8ly lin, y TUT. KF.MTI'tKT IOM.niNHld5. Tin: Helhuny colony fWliat to Buv? J fTT-- n f , '' W- A i. m& H. & VA7 111 . iii ,.,. M M !.-- . ,.,., rails reps im1 1 lock-horn- ;t mm indebted to the late firm of tSIIANV, or the undersigned. account, previous tho are respectfully tiliecrto forward and or the placed the hands of an for collection. . Ai.Miiiii ., .r A M M TM If! I yi : .. 3v 33. S H jk. "VI7. - J UBs Do-th- e poll-book- s eitv ,mjKkLak MAW ANK, L. AN, KENTUCKY. H3l.HiJI.?l. Jja 9MHi. ! B anti-fre- e fHl y , -- - IPc'IH 'npitnl Kfttil'ltHKa I S40,00.00. DiBEoaoas. - - peo-pl- o 1 B. DI ' Family Groceries. Forget And Doalor IB crasis WA a'n.S one-third s l statiom:i:. 11 J bo-wnr- o Don't It! nirrnnTT u Vl i ' Ma WIttm j - '; GROCERIES I R BSE7ASR I IN HICKMA17I A. P. OLIVER, RBliIABIiBir !t - , l I ....,., .,... n- -' n ladv-lik- o liniifl.n-rltSiir- nMsl .1" r I ilm 1; iir7.-l.oel- ng ,!,, e; el 1 a - - I (ft - greV a ,!., - (. HEK K, BALTZER JmYMJTVRV.lli rittvvKirTi fiife-,r- Specialty! & m., n y liriS-.tnnne- v I """", .- -. i,l o , I '"" 1 1 . . - 1 - -- I adtioj: tiF?Vlirrr?f,fi? pol-ihu- lr WAGO TYLER. n " inoKarAisr. KKiSTTUCICY. 1; - 1 pop-cor- n j Kepjims ft j -- .1 m nmm 1. ,,t ni rUlUflUUiUlUUMl XTtHIMIIaln Mrtiiosds, XT 1 $1.00 - cttalBU, - XV llnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBl 111 tr, a,in 111 lim-ilu- "rnt-cla- 1 I outer-prisin- g ..t-n- a w v ,., Klc-lrl- o ' tom-cat- uVZ' I oiJR. a. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF- litoi I Dom-ncrnt- s m.t Jr afca Mm r, zjt .I.H.1MA9IH HAJsVflatlMM:"' a. UtawWtJaU ' i. .,. . p r - s a t'lV It . . i .. ' ' I r - V I 'T ft ' wow niiAir. Now neatly MrwwJiii'wmMJiiwi ' cinUtf juixi4tkjmv wcumvm "ft'iH mjjmerjifuf. pmmw'nmmjmiMw mav "We a,x-- GREAT BAR qms II e X enxti HVEox- - tliaxx "Villiaa.gr sail CI to 1IT Slio-w- r H II Ira,ti& H IT. otir 2 . iA IN uJO ! NEW ular thiii season. FALL pop- pF IAU -- SUU Dinplny of Dress Goods en V Wo luivu tlio Latest Novel Hair, Itrilliaiitinc, Ilmad-Cloth, reel in Stylo as can ho found on P OU J1AU0AINS (lnd us "Out ol in long Sight!" (M 'Hl mMi Ht u X U Hickman racing Camel & i tc, as cor- - our Counters alone arc to be found the OX med Jackets and Fur "Capes," with Mulls beautiful Fur trimto match, so kUIl LA OIKS' PIXB SHOES easily maintain their reputation for "The Uest Fitting," and "Durability," whilo our Men's fc Hoots nud Shoes arc right up in the race. TRO USE & DUOS' J (inner position than ev iblishment. i ttblic will T UUTII TO TKbb, want the Latent at JHJ uefk. NEW&0 GO'ODS! XT 3F3L5-- LTZER klud-henrtcd & The E'erfccll.y IKappj Man. Ml W1I wKUasraj IS NOW COMPLETE ? ?. mmLM) mmmmmm I M,J I T Wo offer you many 6rand Kullronil Time Table. N., O. & St. L. It. It. IN EVERY DEPAttiNT. Sa,n&ain Everything at tjH jRlON ! Srytf?, lIlijoi? 9 Qa WE INVITE YOUR I.. & N .1 rolnnnnh. and wllh lie N X. A M. V at rdueal. Junc a I c nonli an I lb tion c Newlrrn aecnm tiiitaitan eotng irniiih. Ill Preseil For Tho Courikr has found a perb fectly happy man, and ho does not Sjgy GS !3 live in n tub, liko that old crank, ARE SHOWING SOME Diogoucs, cither; but Ho is a plain, unpretentious follow, 5?S7 'KGQiJ" and ho lives In Hickman, and the liko of him lives in nearly every ,IES, WIliTES,, BE3LEE. o community; anil the reason moro IN THEIR TJie purt imOMrbnitii J. U llrpcr, Munnrcli. MrCryrr, I'rMp of Wooilforil, pcoplo don't know him ns such, is J'rriillcrlio Jout', uiifkoinifiiiirr uyv, Lincoln .unuij, nui) llio beeanso ho is modest and freo of uia uc-iegotism. Ho Is a man who does not want olllce, but Is willing to PRICES1RI3ASONABL13, ACCORDING TO QUALITY AND ACE help others; ho does not want to excel others In making money, and Our Stork U Complete in all Lines, and acknowledged by many to be the BEST and PRETTIEST STOCK ever exwouldn't lead in any cntcrpriso hibited in this market. We havo whero nny other wants to lead. He is earnest for railroads, schools, 00 TO JE3 ."EL churchcB, and any mid every public enterprise that will benefit the pcoplo morally, socially, religiousfrom tiic Cheapest to the very Finest, nnd Lato Style ly, or politically, ot that will turn THE SQUARE DEAL GROCER, half dead country villages into FOU ONE OF THOSE thriving and prosperous towns Is contented to look and cities, but on and let others enjoy everything "U 3E in full. Ho delights to rco thoso who delight to be "boss,'' nnd is The Best Thing Out I possessed with a holy satisfaction Every Farmer Should Have Otto I in turning the stone whilst others "grind their It is absolutely essential in every community A. W. LINDSAY, to havo leaders nnd nnd you cant havo these bosses, Attoraoy-a-t-L- a unless somebody wnuts them. But HICKMAN, KY. it is a mistako to think that happiis full of New and Desirable Goods EL Surtrivirn to A. A, IMili, ness Blushes down on all Bitch, Office with It. S. Murrrll. P:t5 .ITID General Insurance Ag'ts. I3LA.T3 but tho rather it comes to him BOOTS, A.. A.. who "turns tho grind stono '' pre in Great Variety. PHYSICAN AfJD SURb'EON serving always that Inward conFIRE, TORNADO, MARINE sciousness that from tho low posi HICKMAN, KENTUCKY LIFE AND ACCIDENT! tion looks down upon tlio tugging blsTrortBtlonal Service to tlio clllicas of Hickman anJ vicinity Carpels, Oil Clotty, Windov Shades, Lace Curtains, &c. slaves above. auir.-'82Tg J. AI SH A "W- apsiiei mm Q, ah 0 nMP1 W E COItDIALIA' and us. .mm BT to B T" HHRIDS! H'or. come r-j-- - -- -- ...a W32J OOJiM S b.l y .m. 3 GREAT BARGAINS p7J3Bl8F 'F w X CHANGP B A R P. Y, zbyz 33 E3 S3 C3r OOD8 MA TCH I FARMERS? F. E. CASE, TLUMMIMGS TO gg Oases. axe' s, CLOTHHSTG SHOES, offlce-hold6r- And km hmMw Ms Room Elk hoiks, 1 xt OAPS DR. C FARIS NOONAH &"C00K Hnvc opened n new Photograph Cutlery in Fulton. Prof. Cook left Hickman yesterday to tako chargo of the Gallery at that place. Con-ferciie- Total Asssls cf Fresh Fancy Groceries Constantly on DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDING, OILS, Hand ! &C, ! kvyw ?::'.::, Hrrtlrro of the ltil-u)- t'hiirrli, I lb $2W,oiwftoo.on. OFPICi: OVUK HICKMAN RANK, Folks, Big Folks, Young Folks ui (11 Folks! INSURANCE .7. AGENCY PAINTS, GLASS, r Tho Annual Methodist GIFTS APTKOl'KIATE I'OR ALL WHO WISH TO EXTEND in session last week nt SEASON. THE COMI'LIMKNTS OF THE Covington, Tenn., to meet next year at Mayfleld. Ky. Elder W. LOCAL NKWS. T. Harris is again the Piesiding SHREWD nUYEItS AltE GETTING THE FIRST PICK FROM Elder of this District; Rev. W. Now by machineMooney is returned to Hickman ry is a success, mid tho cotton Christmas will noon bo hero. OUR BEAUTIFUL STOCK. Station; J. 0. Hooks goes to l)y. picker is almost perfected, why Now In tlio tlmo to ndvortiac crsburg; C. M. Brooks to Clinton; shotial we not havo jr.nr lioiiiiay goods. L. .1. McGill nnd F. Bynum, Cnyco This would do ry- - 'In to Ynniijr & Kro's for Headquarters Toys, Books and Novelties! Circuit; W. H. Evans, Uko Bluff by machinery! practicing habit, awnv with the ficflli ICraut nud 1'ielcles. 1:10 Mission; W. C. Sellnrs, Fulton Sta- would savo the average girl a vast mm Aiiuiir r'r.it't.sr oil, tukviii: am. imsiir: tion; 13. It. Ramsey, Union City nmonnt of time, nnd would enable Tim nlcctlou for Mayor uml night t 7 o'clock srrvfr anil IfdiiTi. lm. H KiTZiUKiif, tlwior. typo-setting rilrr rverr l an :trd Sunitay at jCu.ll anil Price our G'lotts and you will Save Money V HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 2 J JCSSiSC'S piano-playing f-5"- eiT T.1 M tra New Advertisements. 1 for VfUTTTfT SB J H) ,!;. Ar.. Wtt fMVf IN HSa'RIj IV:,cbii, Tluir.K, ing of Applai, Clierrlen, eic , all clioioe fruits. Oooil ciKttru mi J wall, nnJ nil iiccefnry Conteulcut lo tlie Collezo. rrniK will he lotto eny. For olbor ibfarmstloD call on or H'Mrem. TOM DILLON, Sit., 7il7-t- f JIlcLcsn, Ky. 0 aer"1; For JSSstlo My rcshlnnce place "limit 4 scr Urtn, rr, in It contains About orchinl, confut- of Insurance Goinpauien Firo and Accident. Ho solicits your businesB. Oflico in Laclede block-- . n full line HICKMA1T. F. KOYRTI5H now re;irof'enl: Lifo, Attorney - at - Iais Clinton St., Block, Office, Laolede HICKMAN, Will Couuclliueu of IllcUumii comes off on tlio si Monday in limitary, 111 i,' Fanners In tho frul Bocks for Prssents. crowlnc section of We II. Ei iNCUit has selected a see nro In position to h Iter of Books. Ntandard au- The Columbus Forum, wliioh cotton for better prices, s, beautifully bound nud tinlias been published for tlio past said that many are doitt especially suited for Christ- few month by Mr. Tlios. Kemp, "C. C. 0. CHln Clilll C, roseuts. A good selection lias suspended. mli, He runk. Inil In it tli e, but will order in time, if Tlio Fultotilau fnyH that Ilcrry pl.mnl louka ml nurun Call in time. fjtiibhs, n sly widower of Hlckiimn, CJhlllnatttr. Boldbj-e negroes used to havo a Tlio wise nud Indnst was In that city lust week under tg that "monkeys can talk, bnt in innkinir nreimnilioiiM HUHpicioiiN eircumNtanecs. rui' t beeauso they know thnt If pinnrfnnrlos of wlntir. tlio they do t lie white men would bet bSr Coino nud prlco our Silver tho stupid fellow sits nud die i ware, Watches, &o. Wo defy com. thnt twontv dollar t?old nieces iiif) them to work." Whother this is draymen in Hickpetition, aa our prices are tlio low. falling in his pockets. ' true or not, if man havo license to do the haulIIU(!K Uuoh. est. a)- Oo to Young & Bro's for. ing, excluding all others, nud wont "Tlio Inmp of exporienne," It fresh Groceries. do it, ought not others to be perla said, gives the tiest light, but, I A law Is almost certain to bo mitted to do it jinlRing by it, how long will it bo D3T Don't fail to call mid seo tho lieforn ilickinau hnsthoso electric passed by tho coming Legislature authorizing railroad companies to largest nud liuest stock of Christ-mn- s llghlAf divhlo their conches into apartGoods, consisting of Solid Kentucky Lodge, Knights of ments and nsslgu passengers to Gold nud Silver Ware, Watches, Honor, will elect ollloers for the any nparlmeut they choose u &.D., over brought to this place. ensuing term A full nt B sow gooilB received dally. No Buck Bros' is tho place teudauoo of tlio members la de ttlo to Bhow goods. ftlrect. to hnvo your eyes tested at to uocic linos. to Spectacles of nil kinds. Sthouhk & lluos' Higli.Art Miss Alice Chcatiy, who has Clothing discounts all other makes It has been many yearn m fin tl charge of the Dopartmont of for (depnico of lit and finish. To tho farmers havo housed so Mnthemittlcs and Latin Hi crop of corn ns thoy have this bo had only nt Collego, has resigned her poson, and never beforo In moro ex11:18 Hai.tzkr & Siiaw'h. She Is a most excellent cellent condition. There Is Ho sition. nnd unaccomplished lady, It Is said thnt tlio reports of complaint of dofeotlvo grain or teacher the guns of the sportsmen nt Iteol. Hinut. and the Courier voices tho sentifoot Lake, especially on Sunday ment of the whnlo community in A recent ineotliicr of Alllni Is like tlio skirmishing preliminary expressing regret that hor connecleaders at Pnducah decided!! c tion ulth tho school is to cease. to a big battle. open n general supply store Ignornnce of cooking is one of Tho exorcises of tho Women's imoKoti n unite tlio Jokes a young man laughs at mat city, it ts Union Missionary Society nt tho Metho-ills- t by the National Co,, of. Chttroh, Suiiilnj night, wero with his girl beforo marriage, but iorK uny. jiranon stores. i, most Interesting nnttiro. Miss that somehow he is Hover heard to bo established in each ttlo Mtjor, nit Intellectual nud laugh at after. fill voting lady, was IntroCount ho tsar Wo will dve tlio November iy Judge Itnndlo nud dcliv- declining sit' Century freo to those who ontettaltiing address on no worth to tlio Century Maga&Ino h. Tito eiinir reniieroti a will con neiorc January 1st. r of beautiful selections of you m I). U. Wilson & Co. nud essays were read by calling ladies and misses. Tlio Iionton Nowsboy says: tho he "After tho 1st ilny of January the Present' Ul will convince lie moil ikepllcal (Vrliilo Clilll Ciirm" U lbi I? (J ( Memphis trains will pass over tho Tim nt rrmcily e(tnt for the euro at Helmnnt branch of tho Iron Moun- nf n mil Ksror, $M lijr 0. A. IIoloorat. tain Jtnilrnad." l.inl'lliir lil.iitri tt f In During tho holidays many pco Over 100(1 resldonts of Fadn. Hitii.ndtltin ftitin iii uiuin !..' Mtiriuniiii iiiiiu plo sottd holiday presouts through eah havo applied to tho sheriff for ivlinii lli.it. lit l. ..tuttn.l I.. tlckots admitting them to tho gritnago or somo of tho leatling' tlio mulls, and occasionally ono hanging of Jesso Iirown on tho members of tlio Supremo Lodgol miscarries, is Inst, or delayed, ami not lufrcquontly tho senders aro ISth of January. in inn norm nu oi mo urninl to lilntnc. See that each pan kit go Farmers rccelvo moro gratui- Lodgo of tho State. Is securely wrapped, plainly tous ndvleo than any class of men 2r Dressed Dolls, Undressed mid also write on one on earth, nud It Is often tho ease Dolls, China Dolls, liiaquo Dolls corner your own iinnio mid that thoso who glvo It know as Kid Dolls, Rubber Dolls, Big Dolls so that if by nny olinuco anylittle about agricultural pursuits and Llttlo Dolls at thing happens to It, It nt least can us n hog does about Sunday. 1). E. Wilson & Ou'a. be returuud to the sender. ed Ills ofllro from the Laclede cor nor to over lllckinaii liitnk. tSr Wo have now on display our stock of Toys, Novelties and Holiday (ioods. s Attorney H. T. I)n Is ban mov- D. E. WILSON & CO. Station; 13. K. Bransford, Martin us to havo good music whenever Station; It. M. King, Pennsylvania wo wanted It, instead of relying Avenue, Memphis; C. A. Haskell, upon tho moods of performers. Moscow Circuit; J, I). Sullivan, Let us have the inochonicnl pinnist. Tiptonvlllo Circuit. DEALERS And Staplo and Fancy Iiopulring S5 J? O S3general cet your Ulacktmitlilng f 2 ml doiiB nt and Exchange rutted a'lend promptly to his care. to all KY. l.u'irrn. In- -I mchlt'UO SALE AND LIVERY STABLE In Gold Given Away! CERLSTM&S' GROCERIES FRUITS, ficc, J. F. GRAY'S, ( Corntr of Olion HICKMAN, Good Work atHii'l-bottou- I. Wu.son & Oo. ttiB oK 1 L'W, - JHHI ll-'O r- t. utir. B & Itlclc-ma- n I sub-serlb- o IV. IV Tmrn i jk. dltviK' DillLL. - I post-olllc- Every cash purchaser to the amount of ."50 Onl.s. or more, of Laclcdo Hotel, Cllulou St , 1st Door is entitled to one guess nt tho Jar of Beans. Tho person guessing solicit palronage' HICKMAN, KY. nearest tho number of Beans in the Jar receives $."i,0() in Cold; secArt Lessons. JWrn.l ond nearest receives 2.50 in Gold. Now that the HoIIidays are rapidly lickman fvjarble Works,. Mrn. J. W. Hopers will glo Art I.i"on The Beans will bo counted Dec. npproaching, everybody is wonto limited numlKT of pupils at tier 23th, 1891, at 8 o'clock, p. in. III GKM AX, KY. loqery dering nnd pondering over in lllckunn. For further InforGowr.n.L & Covgii.l. mation call on or aJdretia. the much vexed question: Kkntuoky, C. HlOKU MltsJ. J. W KOUKUS, Mr. Ham Attoborry, a citizon Whil ShiU I Oet fcr Cbriilmii Fressat ? If Illckmaii, Ky. DKALEK 1.1 IN STOCK, orders "OOOKS of this county, who lived near Italian and American Maiuilb el on reiiu II Cnyco, died Monday night of blood By calling at my Store you will CYPRESSFENCING FOR SALE. MONUMENTS. TOM AND UltAVB Stationery of jtery variety nnd style. poison. Some wcoks ngo ho had find many Beautiful and" Useful STONES. BKitf r Ihe leading by Sennnei (Jypre-- Fencln for file, In Block, a fine lot or ono of his foot injured by the Articles, suitable for Ciihistmas (1KO. N. HELM, at his Sioru In lUel of the United Stales HAVING Italian Marble, I noi presprings of a buggy, nnd tho blood Guts, which will please the fancy Hickman, neir Ibu Kallroad Depot. G.6 pared to fill all orders. Call ami txuiujtia poison, which resulted in his death, and gladden the heart. Something my work was caused from tho Injured foot. Orders from the country promptly Ham Atteberry was a young man for the young and old. filled. of an open, generous heart, nud I will pay the hiftbeu market price for MKS. was well liked in this county SliclleJ Uorn, ilellvereu ou river nank, was born nud raised. where ho at the depot, and ou tlie Mobile & Ublo M.lltltlKI). THE "BOSS" GROCER, ILLINOIS Ho leaves a young wife and three ltatlroil. lUgg fiirnlabed, small children to mourn his death. nt On lo ( fliHMMiln lnt , Air. Wm. Under to UMIllftl W.T. itM.vnu. CENTRAL Mm. Ali Titjlor. OTi'e at Htltier Sbaw'e, Iftokmau, Ky ii "Depot. immu 'Jnd Iml , Mr. J, A. Underwood bl One ll'lU ll RAILROAD V The beautiful nnd varied selec- to M AiU'lU Cumpliell. tion of Toys, from the plain mid 'or Ciish Only ! NOW TRY THIS. Tho Popular and Preferred r.outo. simple to tho most nrtistio and The reason that D. It. Ilrynut costlv, nt G. II. EriNGKii'H, is tlio will c,nt you iiolhln? Knl "111 rurely lino marked down pricea, nud i r miles short Quicker In lime and wonder of visitors. And then the Jo It O'l good, it you bve CoiikIi, CoM, or selling Grocerica ho low, is that lie j or than any other through cur prices nro markod to suit the times. nny trouble with Thrott, Cliel or l.ungi hnvrt lor c.ikIi uml hpIIs for c:isli. tine between I)r Ulng'i Nbw I)iooery for CoimtinipCall rotiuil ami teHt tlio ilinereitco Tho Hiokinaii Operatlo Com- lion, CoiikIii mid Cold) KUiunleed to botwecu caali prices and cretlit HICKMAN, KY., and 4 pany, which tins been in lehoursnl give relief, or money will b'mid brk. prices. 1:1G:'!)L NEWMLEANS LA for two months past, will give a rMiUVreri from t.a Orlppo found It Jiut tb j me puhlio entertainment, nt City Hall, thins nnd under Its Trv it bad ft beedy nnd pcruct rroivery. simple b'lille at TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE I vlenJi'l R'uiinntnt I dm lug tho holidays. Tito compa- our enpenpo nml lrtrn for xoirlf jmt ihjHtjietnt Coathtil ny is composed of tlio best homo bow itnod n llilne ll U Trial bo it e freo Vullman HuJHt Mttpmi The proporty of I'bllllp Ilaltter, dee'd musienl talent, nnd no doubt a rare l V A. Ilotcomb'ii Urus Store, J.'ir u lie 'Jdwelllni; houice on CmuberUnJ xlreet, Trams Alicayi on Timt I 5no nml f 100. treat Is in store for our people. und Hie wazoii and bttolciiiltb fhop, corTHKO UGH ner Wabob and Cumberland, I he company Ims bought a lino odered for atle on reasonibB tr'n. Tor partic' upright piano, nud it is tlio IntenSTHATTBDI SLEEi ERS BUFFET PULLMAN C. It I! u,r.i;it, tion of the club to miko a proscui from lb undemUne I, on or ulars apply to lliokmaii, Ky. S:ll TO about ibo '.Mat day of November, 1S01, of It to tho City for uso In tlio City :l Hall. Not every town ofthofith nilMilieu, 'J by M iren, anil I bay llorne, SVZcmphis, teller "A." KToticcI class In Kentucky can boast of n up, hraii'Jel with Ibu plente deliver If liken the pillion them In m all points, thence va il,0 MIOltT T'lrlici indebted io iu, either by note grand plnun. I'ltrlt & Parker, lllrltman, Kv. Ll.N I., Illinois Central It. It, lo or aooounl, are requested lo come forward '! JKr'K Al.EXVNIinit. w Orleans, La., sod be Mr .Inn. J. Noonnn, tho prom, it once anMidtellle, or their oiaimv willcol- Jaekgon ville, Pa. pi iced In h.ni'U of mi oihoor for r,, ising young photograph artist, has ieciion. I'lua ut unci and thereby hivo t- DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE, established it branch gallery nt mom what aiy. X r MISTAKE Till: IIOl'TK TO cost. 2 Fulton, associated with Profossor JOHN WITTINU. tdif A rood dwelling, arrnnijed, (OSJIA, I'S.r3llv.l Cook. Mr. Cook has established fne vrW, will lie quite a reputation for his India gin. riverterm, io., apply hoI.I ntn br KXAN F for lo Ink Pictures, Solar work, and 2 Fu J. tv. iiooims, r Ticket! rem oet lie lilt 1030 from tho tjuiallcst Photos to HlokiiiMi. Ky. I'UlllW Mr. ft. T Daiij.I'I'r, bavin contranted is Central Uiitho'd. the full life sizo. Tho fact that wheaT ovo lo build a largo new Hiiel In Union Oily, thoso gentlemen aro extending ASIv VOKNTS I'OH IT. rel truaraiitoed. Meana Bu3iness I ilfire lo rent lb Couimorolal Hotel, In ,'isel llii- Old Hellnlie their business Is mi indication of Ml ptnoni Indebted tu the tindorslnn-e- t thla olty, of which he It propriolor Will l'flp further Information, npplr lo mm urielinsor PLOWS, are respectfully r'll'ienleil lo eoma tor. nlao veil Iho h'uriillure, Kliturev An , h. tho popularity of their work whor-ove- r " I't.OAN." hl hotel. The home In doing a II O. WKUll, 1'asVgr Ait't. known. Tho Courier recom- ward and nettle by imylnj tlie onili, or loni; tobii.lne.j, being well A KNAI'l'. Ihe belt llii" flow ht wa ever pilronlia by jiving heir nolo, for In bo doln they will good mends its rentlors in tho upper n'n cn, In Fu'lon nonnlr toll pul Ate'tOen. reiirer Apcni, for lhoe ftlln( lo comply with Commercial men, I'oeteeilon given nt nny part of tho county to visit their ibu polllo reiuet will tin Ibelr claim lime. For particular, term., &o., Memphis, Tnn I0U an Ij! MO.Vrt. ,U, n full gallery nt Fulton mid glvo thoiii a u ihe handi of an ollioer for aolleollon, line of f.KOKRttir.v It. T, It)UOI,A8S, A. 11. HANSON, Clenl IWr k T'kl Ae't, : ChUajo, III. lUlUdSATc. lliokinan, Ky. U'.l tiinl. J. U 1IU0KNKH. FBBSEITS! tnoito tKTHllF H i KENTUCKY BTREET KY constantly on hand for hia TrlccR. My KKErS salo HORSES, IlUGQIES and HACKS. vn'clattr "K6 Ilavlnj purchased Ihe stable, hnrsr UN F UUAY. and enure outfit of W. 11. rinmmer we p'opose lo continue the bustutss, und Slrteti,) Fakis & Park eh, nger, reel-deu- BoHI nxVt K RAMAG.E, 11 & 0 WS-Al- ao, news-pape- rs JONES. Corn! Corn! iJJfJillFIS i TheToy lt A - I I I 'Mr, i&K: K ,' A. uk.Ki"'uviu A. aUly-on- SlBll ! 4 I 1 Tako I Tenn., " I 1 J nny-tilin- g Hotol for Rent. I MJH ""llllllllllllllllH ll- -i CO I I I I IB I J- - U-l- a r1 t 1 'PIT t Mi tf, I VI Tr ! " pasture Wt, r neighs, or low In the of a flre-fl- y Udtlnj enoiiRli toplve thetn whet OiM rnr. the Man H.ia to be Thankful For. So Monilf hy Her. llnnilrnl Mllllnn l'urrhaaea Marlilnn Haml-Serm- Inllr Wniililu rfuli on DrMItt Tullliac'. I. I. The iloctor'a text wm tak Psalm 14S: 10. IS and 13: "lleasts nil cattle! crecnlnir thlnirs and fowl; both yoiinp men and maidens, men and children! let them praise nntno of the Lord." What a scene It was hen, last Thurs-tluat the call of the president and povcrnors. this nation asaemllcd to chant tho praises o! (lod1 llut the day was too short to cclobrato tne mvino Tho sun did goodness of such a year. not rlso over Brooklyn until one minute before 7 o'clock that morning, and it set at 4:35 o'clock that evening. What a small space of time In which to meditate upon twelve months of benefacSo I add to that day this Sabtions! bath morning service, and with tho fruits and harvest of the earth still glorifying the pulpit and tho galleries, nsk you to continue the rehearsal of the Divine goodness. Hy tho subllmo egotism man hay come to appropriate this world to himself, when the fact is that our race is in a small minority. Tho instances of human life, as compared with tho instances of animal life, nro not ono to We shall enlarge our ideas 1.000,000. of God's goodness and come to a better understanding ot the text If, before we come i looAc t ne cup ot our blessing, wo look at tho goodness of God to the Why diet God make, 11 thrar. and H w uc- them an count for all this singing and dan. ng. frisking atnia tha Irrnth nat rcn- this heaven for the ni aM- dron? Whv for the eon ibornzrtf I hy the jshfp s lio be kects? ,. m.U ,,,? I take nntcphltfhernnd look at mnn s moral nature. Mado In the Imtijffl of Vast capacity tor enjoyment; Uod. : ,, , ..i , u tnougii now msurucrcu, uuuKu jorco m imavenij tne recuperative irrsce, able to mount up to moro than Its original felicity; faculties that may blossom nnd ttar fruit Inoxhaustlbly. Immortality written upon every capacity; a soul destined to range in unlimited spheres of activity long after tho world has put on ashes and the solar system shall have snapped Its axle, and the stnrs that. In their courses, fought n'galnst Sisera, shall have been slain burled nui Id the tolling thunders of ho lust day. ou see that God has adapted every i ii represented in from the earth tho Heaven above. him of his origin, the of crcatlol the world king to llv deep: the Held; but should rut was created. 1 I t adaptatlc and hap 10 of as no tied the lion tho ,r which of being fth wcro II s body soul from minding aking of to tho oxen's taste; nnd the clover-top- s pours out crystalline waters In mossed cups of rock or tho hind to drink out of on his way to the crags, and pours nectar into tho cup of tho honeysucle and to refresh tho humming-bird- , spreads a boquet of a hundred fields of buckwheat and lets the honeybee put his mouth to any cup of nil the banquet and tells the grasshopper to go anywhere ho likes, and gives the flocks of Heaven the choice of all the grain fields. The sea anemone, half animal, half flower, clinging to tho with its tentacles rock in spread to catch Its food, has the Owner of the universe to provide for It We aro repulsed at the hldcousness of the elephant, but God, for the comfort and convenience of the monster, puts forty thousand distinct muscles In its probosmid-ocea- it Tho snail, tho rhinoceros, tho grizzly bear, the toad, tho wasp, tho spider, have their homely dethe shell-fish- , lightsjoy as great to them as our joy is to us. ( oat climbing the rocks; anaconda climbing through the jungle; buffalo plunging across tho prairie; crocodile tasking in tropical sun; seal puffing on the ice; ostrich striding across tho desert, are so many bundles of joy; they do not go moping or melancholy; they arc not only half supplied; God says they are filled with good. The worm squirming through the sod upturned by the plowshare, and tho ants racing up and down the hillock ore happy by day and happy by night. Take up a drop of water under the microscope and you find that within it there are millions of creatures that so 1m in a hallelujah of gladness. The sounds in nature that are repulsive to our ears are often only utterauccs of joy the growl, tho croak, the bark, the howL The good God mado these creatures, thinks of them ever, and will not let a plowshare turn up a mole's nest, or a fisherman's hook transfix a worm, until, by eternal decree, its time has come. God's hand feeds tail these broods, and shepherds all these flocks, and tends all these herds. He sweetens irrational creation. Although nature is out of joint, yet even in Its disruption I am surprised to find tho almost universal happiness of tho animal creation. On a summer day, when the air and tho grass most populous with life, you will not a sound of distress unless, per- chance, a heartless school boy has robbed a bird's nest or a hunter wing, bird's a broken has or a pasture has been robbed of a lamb, and there goes up a bleating from the flocks. Tho whole earth is filled with animal delight joy feathered, and scaled, and horned, and hoofed. Tho bee hums It; tho frog croaks It; the squirrel chatters It; the quail whistles it; the lark carols It; the whale spouts nneeting his destiny himself Ion and link between the animal strange angelic intelligence. etern- commingling of tho tern dust al. Tho finite and V and glory. Tho ear llenven fnr HI rm rV ctcrnltv for his llfeVtrtu Tho Christian anatomist W .fg upon tho conformation of tho ft Wn boty, exclaims: "fearfully and wonderfully made." No embroidery so elaborate, no crauzc so delicate, do color so ex quisite, no mechanism so graceful, no handiwork . so divine. So quietly and (,oe8 thehuman body per-hem ter,on orm lts function s, tbat it v,as not until, 5,000 years after the creation of the race that tho circulation of tho blood as discovered; and though anatomists of all countries und ages have been so long exploring this castle of life, they hnve only begun to uudcrsfd it the Volumes havo been it hand Wondrous vt e give friendly the sword, and carve, the the V' then struck out of rt5fH.lU-strelsy- . In the wlaHcn-tcticomines immortal sculpture V the its swift engine; it paths in tho bea, "ro n JBnP'SHl1 cliiTBid Bv' InsUgMb - cis. the barren and say: "No animal can live in this place of desolation;" but all through CoaL the sands are myriads of little insects I wish you good cheer for civil and I go down w ith happy life. No official spy that leap religions HWrty. by the marsh and say: "In this damp watches our entry here, nor does an loathsomo pools of place and in these armed soldier interfere with tho honest stagnant water there will be tho quietutterance of truth. We stand hero toI see the turness of death;" but, lol day with our arms free to work, and ai: of tho clew-linthemtles on the rotten log sunning - our tongues free to speak. This Uible, selves and hear tho frogs quake with your mlnu tne ion It is all unclasped, this pulpit, thero crlbable velocity or, When tho unmultitudinous life. around about it There - is no chain up a hundred, an tl fledged robblns aro hungry God shows is no snapping of musketry in the sand as the chr wo the old robin where she can get food to street lHcssed be God that w deput into their open mouths. Winter is times wakes a of te are free men, with tho prospect and or tho thrum not allow cd to como until tho ants have termination of always belag free. granaried their harvest and the squir- an orchestra. - No established religion; Jew and GenWntch your me' rels have filled their cellar with nuts. tho tile, Armlnlan and Calvlnlst, Trinitagoes God shows the hungry Ichneumon binder that of the past andBig It into rian and Unitarian, Protestant and footing. where It may find tho crocodllo's eggs; hurvest nresent Your power und volocitv Roman Catholic, on the same and in arctic climes thero aro animals thethought thought of the swift wing If persecution should come against the that God so lavishly clothes that they of tho lightning foot; thought that most unpopular of all tho sects, I beand cun afford to walk through snowstar, and circles through lieve that all other denominations storms In the finest sablo and ermine outspeeds the and weighs words, and, would band together and arm them the heavens, and chinchilla, and no sooner is one set from poising amid wheeling constela- - selves, and hearts would be stout and of furs worn out than God gives them to count the blood would bo free, and the right of down a now one. He helps tho spider in its tlons, comes tuft of mignonette, then men to worship God according to tho blossoms in a would bo architecture of its gossamer bridge, the fathoming of tho dictates of their consciences and takes care of the color of the but- starts again to try tho scaling or the in contested at the point of tho bayonet. bottomless nnd flowing up to tho bits terfly's wings, and tinges the cochineal, be swallowed up in and with blood and helps tho moth out of the chrysa- surmountable, to tho the incomprehensible, nnd lost lu God! of For horses' bridles. lis. The animal creation also has its mercies temporal nnd spiritual man is In reason and understands: army and navy. Tho most insignificant let consecrated lives bo offered. Wher-evp- r God's light shines and God's rain lias its means of defense; tho wasp its alone. 'Iho ox surpaf JJfclum in sting, tho reptile its tooth, the bear its strength, the nntelpjxi, descends, and God's mercy broods, let nl "tiw. tUa dog Us muisAe, o elephant bound in keenness the thanksgiving arisel Us tusk, the flt.li Its scale, the bird Its In .i in swift wing, tho reindeer its antlers, the quickness ot hearing, The Vttlrct Hen. Vin fine. roo its fleet foot Wo aro repelled ot delicacy of tongue, tho From tho crown to tho nape of the pd vrliHrefnrnthe thought of sting and tusk and hoof, nuss of touch. Man's the stature of a perfecneck is lift or tly-formed but God's goodness provides them for conslsteth not In what man. how fast ho can run, or hTw strong a the defense of the animal's rights. Tho hand, from tho wrist to the end these re- - of the middle finger, is Yea, God In the lliblc announces His wrestler ho can throw it of tho tli' H iuh and total height of a man of perfect proporenro for these orders of creation. He spects tho ox, says that he has heaved up fortifica- the hyen.i arcneil oiErlor but tions. forth to tions for their defenso Psalm civ., 18: by his reason Qf , A man of good proportions Is ns tall as mA , UU K n(.Antni,a I, tho distance between tho tips of his KV "The high hills aro n refugo for the rule an, in". .BBBBHJllh Ulll- wild goats and the rocks for tho co- contrivance whon both arms are extended to wrestle, outf.no At "Is , full length. Ho watches the bird's nest nies. Psalm civ., 17: "As for tho stork, tho fir The fuco, from the highest point or nun tho forehead where the hair begins to trees aro her house." Ho sees that the mm niuuu ii farm. the end of tho chin, is enough grass Psalm civ., build his ct" of tho cattle have 14: "Ho causeth tho grass to grow for Tho sea wl whole stuturo of a man of perfect mold. tho race h the cattle." Ho sees to It that the face, from the roots of tho hair m to If the cows, and sheep, and horses havo fnr comm tho chin, be divided into three equal cl""1' "He der enough to drink Psalm civ, nirts, tho first division determines tho ,ce where thu eyebrows should meet, sendeth the springs into tlio valleys, Uiq'Ul which run among tho hills; they give & . t second the opening of the nostrils, drink to every beast of the field, thC ,ft if tho man bo perfect in form. wild asses quench their thirst" Tho proportions of tho human figure Amid the thunders of Sinai God ut- aro six times the length oi the right tcred tho rights of cattle, and said that t foot Whether the form Is slender or they should havo a Sabb.Mli. "Thou plump, the rule holds good on the avershall not do any work, thou, nor VJ age. Any deviation from this rule Is it cattle." Ho declared with luflntjcoutlt departuro from the beauty of proporL nw nn mp I...'1 uinis tion. It Is claimed that tho Greeks j til as in Al.4 mu u uu tLh my bluntly deep. muko all their statues uccordlug to this floor should have the privij hcav-steteutlnff&omo of the grain as )fiR Hlon; I rule. St Louis Republic. out. and imizzlliur wua forbuj. third . InXron frtm move- niitir TionrmrVT T Thero are too many pooplo who , ",ww J"!1 ""- - wAin ,, , a ,,; impum Jiior lungs, tho astronomer claim to love God with all their hearts, jor loon iiih uespuncr mo woiU'll II Mil , j pulsatii n c f distant systems , , on tho mother going free, God Ho , ' ut0M a tmM lulf.bu.hol. not let the mother bird suffer In out) iiv worms in rou ,ng with Ufa day tho loss of her young and her own takes the microscope and discovers that The reason men are down on ro 111 erty. And Ho who regarded In old- thero are luimlrrjs of thousands of is because it is down on their en time tho conduct of man toward tho tttilmalculnj living, moving, working, llgiou II..I a.,.. 1,1 1,a ntf. vices. urn, b"u.u w brutes. Unlay looks down from llcuv-m- V r - ivltltln- n ' Success is a child of hard work, and und Is Interested in ev)ry minnow ored with tho point of a pin- - onltnals to f that swims the stream, and every rook which u raindrop would bo an ocean, constuut industry l seeded la Its real a and tho flash lug. tbat cleaves th Jr, fc&d every herd a roM-lea- f I go down on sea-shor- e day-daw- n sick child with its dciuS.ioAcli, nnd makes the nations quake Ith its stu pendous achievements. lrat power brought down tho forests, and made the marshes blossom, and burdened the earth with all tho cities tha thunder on with enterprise and power? Pour fin gers and a thumb. A hundred million dollars would not purci.ase for you a machine as exquisite and wonderful as your own hand. Mighty hand! In all its bones and muscles, and joints, 1 learn that God is good. llehold tho eye, which, in Its photographic gallery, in an instant catches tho mountain and the flea. This perpetual telegraphing of tho nerves; these joints, that are the only hinges that do not wear out; these bones and muscles of the body, with 14,000 differ ent adaptations; these 1 0,000 glands; these 2,000,000 pores; this mysterious heart, contracting 4,000 times every hour this chemical process of digestion; this laboratory beyond the under standing of the most skillful philosophy, this furnace, whose heat is kept up from cradlo to grave; this factory of life, whose wheels and spindles and If we could bands are realize the wonders of our physical or ganization, wo would bo hypochondri acs, fearing every moment that some part of the machine would break down. Hut there aro men here who have uvea through seventy years, and not a nerve has ccasad to thrill, or a muscle to con tract, or a lung to breathe, or a hand to manipulate. I take a step higher, ana look at man's mental constitution. llehold tho benevolence of God in powers of perception, or tho faculty of transporting this outsldo world Into your own mind gathering into your brain the majesty of the storm, and tho splendors of the and lifting into your mind tho ocean as easily ns you mignt put a glass of water to your Hp- -, Watch tho law of rAiMUCo "r me you mysterious linking ever thought, or told then giving you tho drcamisBnto holdsVb 'tVHHIr from Heaven; it fccfftUif tk g to our comfort and advantage. casant things for the palate; music or tho car; beauty for the eye; nroraa for the nostril; kindred for our affec tions; poetry for our tnsto; religion for our soul. Wo are put In a garden, and told that from all the trees wo may eat except hero and thero one. Ho gives tho sun to shine on us; and tho waters to refresh us, and food to strengthen us; and tho herbs yield mcdlcino when wo are sick, and tho forest lumber when we would build a house; or cross the water In a ship. The rocks are transported for our foundation; and metals upturned to our currency; and w lid beasts must give us covering; and the mountains must bo tunneled to let us pass; and the fish of the sea como up In our net; and tho birds of the air drop at the flnsh of our guns, and tha cattle on the thousand hills come down to give us meat For us the peaoh orchards bend down their fruit and tho vineyards their purplo clusters. To feed nnd refreih our Intellect 10,000 wonders in nature and provldenco wonders of mind and body, wonders of earth and air, and deep analogies nnd antlthcncs; all colors and sounds; lyrics In tho air; Idyls In the lleld; conflagra tions in the sunset; robes oi mist on tho mountains; and the "Grand March" of God In tho storm. Hut for tho soul still higher adaptation; a ladder by which it may wash; a ladder by which it may climb; a song of endless triumph that it may sing: a crown of unfading light that It may wear. Christ came to save it cams with n cross on his back; cauio with spikes in his feet; came when no ono else would come, to do a work which no ono else would da See how suited to man's condition is what God has done for him' Mnn is a sinner; here is pardon. Ho has lost GoiI'b Image; Christ retraces it Ho is helpless; Almighty grace is proffered. Ho is a lost wan derer; Jesus brings him home. Ho is bllud; and nt ono touch of Him who cured ltartimcus, eternal glories stream Into his soul. Jesus, I sing Thy grace! Hammer to Cure of worst dlccnsel smite oft heaviest chain! Light for tho thickest darkness! Grace divine! Devils scoff at It and men reject it but Heaven celebrates it I wish you good cheer for the national health. Pestilence, that in other years has come to drive out its thousand hearses to Greenwood and Laurel Hill, has not visited our nation. It is u glorious thing to be well. How strange that we should keep our health when ono breath from a marsh, or tho sting of an insect or the slipping of a foot, or the falling ot a tree branch might fatally assault our life! Regularly the lungs work, and their motion seems to be a spirit within us panting after its Our sight falls not immortality though tho air is so full of objects which by one touch break out tho soul's window. What ship, nftcr a year's tossing on the sea, oould como in with so little damage as ourselves, though we arrive after a year's voyago Reaping-machine- s never swathed thicker rye, and peg never ripped fuller ear, and mow-pole- s never bent down under sweeter hopper never hny, and shook ont larger wheat Long trains wagons have brought of tho wealth down to tho great thoroughfares. The garners are full, the store houses are overcrowded, tho canals are blocked with freights presssing down to tho markets. The cars rumble all through the darkness, and whistle up the flagman at tho dead of night to let the western harvests come down to feed the mouths of the great cities. A race of kings has taken possession of this land King Cotton, King Corn, King Wheat, King Rice, King Grass, King harvest I wish you good cheer for the national corn-husker- 's wind-mill'- s white-covere- d kBand GfcriU.' e, 4binjH oH fortiBer dKlesIH'n? y IVaf- ", ibrrv tPbco ' Kn - h one-tent- h fin-ci'- 10-1- . litt-il- iri iH ip 1 ssssiici H't one-tent- h VsVio . . TT i, PRESERVING PARITY. measure, but, however krenly ho mat. of the ltrinlllrnn roller Upon fool tho exposure of It, his desire foi sllenco cannot I gratified. The right the Tremiiirjr becrctary Foster is the present t repr- of tho poorest as of tho richest of the esentative of republican finance. Like AniorU'iiii people to their earning! others who hsvn preceded hint Mr. must Iks reestablished; tho wrong Foster Is cureless ns well of his asser- through which tho earnings ot the tions ns of his nrguments. Ho asserts country's workers nro taken from them "that tho act of July, ISU0, commands and given to llioso who havo noi mo to prcsorvo tho parity between gold earned must bo overthrow it. Sllenco li and silver." Possibly tho secretary hns Impossible Free speech must continue. other evidence of this than has'been Tho truth must bo told Tho fight foi mado public. Ho will find no such justice must lo mado and won, St eommand in tho statute, nor will ho Louis Republic. find words thnt may fairly bo so conWHO IS THE MAN? strued lie will find nn empty declarais tho policy of tho govern- .Nomination for a suirior to Un7 No tion that it In Or.lrr. ment to maintain the parity between Who will distribute, tho "fnl" nnd tho two metals, but not ;v word commanding him to do other than to re- marshal tho blocks ot flvo for tho redeem "In coin" whatever of tho bills publicans, lu tho presidential canvass Issued In purchase of the silver bullion next year? Quay's marvelous success converting tho pious Wniiomnkcr's thero may bo presented for Ritoh redemption, lib asserts Unit ho has .! dlurs Into votes for Harrison firmly obeyed law that docs not exist, and i stabllshed his reputation ns tho greatdeclares: "I nra firmly of tho opinion est majority maker in tho purty, but that the parity of the two metals can his reputation In other respects has sufbo maintained under tho present pol- fered such frightful dninngo slnco the icy." It is fair to hold Mr. Foster to campaign of 1&33 thnt tho republicans these words. Let him examine the would never daro to put him in his old facts and sco whether ho can In them p.neo ngaln. Had Mr. Piatt eleoled find warrant for cither his opinion nr rtissott, ho could undoubtedly havo ' had tho post of manipulator lu chief if hls statements. As to tho effect of tho present policy ' Iu" ,mi1 "anted It llut .Mr. Piatt did Mr. Foster nioy'ln time learn what has I'1 i 0,cct Mr. I'nssett Ills failuro In been known to careful thinkers for ' ,,1!lt enterprise not only destroyed his ages, that no logical reasoning can bo I pretensions as a political manager, but offered for the maintenance of au nr--1 ,CIT seriously impaired tho reputation bltrary legal standard to dctennlno the'0' some of tho most eminent ulcctlon s valuo of silver or any other product of prophets In this community. A industry. Like any other metal, ' derlng blotherskito of a manager who silver iluctuatus under tho uiluenco of . Knows so nine aooui mo condition oi his candidate's canvass that tha estitho law of supply and demand. If M mates he makes the day before election Foster will review the facts ho w tro on tho day nftcr shown to bo sixty- discover, also, that slnco tho passag tho act on which ho for tha mnle uvq thousand votes out of tho way tenancoof tho parity between tho tw. would never do In a national contest metals tho relation between gold nnd Mr. Clarkson Is now tho most promissilver has widened nnd that tho ruling ing candidate for tho Quay succession, market price of tho silver bullion In but wo fear that even ho, great as aro tho possession of tho government for his attainments and his contempt for tho redemption of the treasury notes political decency, does not possess tho has decreased more than five million entire confldenco of .Mr. Harrison, Mr. dollars. And if the secretary has not lllnlne or the other gentlemen who nro forgotten tho rulo of three ho may said to lo Interested In tho republlcnn amuse, himself by figuring out the nomination. The fairest way to settle problem: "If the purchu.se of seventy tho businchs would bo n competitive million ounces of silver nnd holding it exiiminntlpn, with Col. Dudley, ot as bullion has resulted lu tho deprecia- course, as examiner In chief. N. Y. tion of Its valuo twenty points what Times. would be tho depreciation resulting BARDSLEY'S FRIEN'DS. from the purchase and fctornga of ono MiUllrn I'nrty hundrd and forty million ounces of sil- The Ktuit of Lemlrri the Sustain. ver?" senato of Pennsylvania has folTho Hut if tho secretary of tho treasury desires to make further examination lowed the example set it by tho repubof this subject let him apply to the licans of the state at tho recent elecproblem in hand tho simple rules tion. It has done its lest to vlndicnte which ho understands to govern the Quay nnd to shield McCamant and Llvesey. It has ranged Itself with relativity ot nil commodities. His present contention that the party of Ilanlsley, thu convict whoso sllenco l'bllcans of tho tho two metals would be better suv e.nb,e thc lea,Un tulncd if all nations would unite In niuiu 10 escujn- mo consequences oi tho use of silver as money on tho basis their mileeds. The senate by a strictly party vote-Qu- ay's of freo coinage is but tha statement and Hardsley's political comthat the larger use of tho white metal rades and accomplices voting in tho afwould cause a steadier demand, and, consequently, steadier prico or rela- firmative decided that they hod no tivity to gold and all commodities. jurisdiction to inquiru into tho relaLet him pply this to existing com- tion ot tho state treasurer with tho disHe knows that with every appearance of the statu funds. Aud, us modities. twenty-fou- r hours tho treasury Is if to make tho sad exhibition of tho adding seven tons to Its vast hoard of party's corruption still sadder, one ot silver bullion. The secretary recog- tho republican senators, a person whose nizes it as a commodity. Will ho se- name should be remembered ono Porriously argue that tho steady increase ter, also chairman of thc republican city ot tho visible supply of a commodity committee of Philadelphia- - asserted can havo tho effect ot increasing its that Gov. Paulson's desire to apprehend selling price? Does ho not know that Hardsley's accomplices was purely partho Increase in this visible supply is a tisan. These are tho kind of leaders whom constant menace to the stability ot the price of silver? He docs know that tho republican party still sustains, nnd every calculation as to tho prico ot the republican party triumphed in tho wheat and all agricultural products is last election in Pennsylvania by a mabased on the reported "visible supply." jority of more than fifty thousand. N And yet he Is undisturbed because the , Y. World. natural result of the policy sustained POINTED PARAGRAPHS. ujr ui3 I'aivj una ivauiivu as uu ujlUb Maj. McKlnley has delayed only have anticipated If he had applied to stiver common, everyday principles temporarily his salt river voyage. High understood and relied upon by every tariff will hit the celling next year. business mnn in tho country. Under Kansas City Times. We arc waiting patiently to hear the policy of his party tho reservoir is constantly being filled with silver bul- of an advance in wages In Ohio and a lion. Already the amount is beyond corresponding reduction In New York, all possible demand for tho metal "as Massachusetts and Iowa. Chicago bullion." Rut tho republican states- Globe. man affects to believe that a continIn tho triangular senatorial fight uance ot this policy must maintain a between Sherman. Forakcr and Fosparity which does not exist and cannot ter, the democrats get all the fun exist under the conditions produced by and nono of the responsibility. Chicarepublican folly. Chicago Times. go Times. This democratic victory of 1MM M'KINLEY'S PROTEST. will give tho democracy of New York The Shah or Ohio WhiiU to .Simile the much aid and encouragement for tho greater contest in l&'JJ. It has been People. The esteemed organs of mutual ra- won by hard, earnest work nnd by firm pine are sermonizing from the text fidelity to the democratic cause Buffurnished them by Mr. McKlnley when falo Courier. ho made tho profound observation that Thero Is a perfect understanding "the judgment of the people does not between Mr. lllaine and Mr. Harrison. approve the constant ngitation of tho Mr. Harrison understands that Mr tariff issue in the face of tho fact that Hlaino would like to bo president nnd I Mr. Riainc understands that Mr Har it can accomplish nothing. ' Without stopping to consider the ser- rison yearns for a second term. Louismons, wo will confine ourselves to tho ville Courier-Journa- l. text, which is sufficiently absurd to inThe Indianapolis republicans aro dicate the nature of the sermons on ,t disgusted because when they asked the The only reliable way of getting tho president for a thousand-dollaconjudgment of the pooplo is through the tribution to their municipal campaign ballot box, and as they have expressed fund ho gavo only ono hundred mid themselves thero it was emphatically fifty dollars. Law Partner Miller gnvo in favor of continuing the cxpoiure of only fifty dollars and "Llgo" gavo ten tho crimes and follies of tho MelCinley dollars. Albany Argus. bill until its repeal is forced. Thu is Tho negro vote of Ohio is ull that what a majority of the people voting saved McKlnley from defeat and John since tho passage of the bill have said M. Langston, who is now claiming ofin every instance, but even if It were fice from Mr. Harrison, held tho negro otherwise, tho right of appeal to tlio vote in line. If there is gratltudo majority would remain, nnd nny m- enough in tho republican party to put inority, however small, could go on in a negro on the federal bench, this is tho exerciso of it confident that in the tho time to show it St Louis Repubend right will win in its appeal to the lic majority, no matter how small the mMassachusetts is swinging Into inority, who, as attorneys for tho right, line slnco the young democrats of that plead Its case before tho bar where, statu came into leadership, and euch under our system of government, intho a hopeful demojustice, with law on Its side, is called year makes for statucampaign of noxt tho cratic field to account Mr. McKlnley ' thought year. Gov. Russell and tho democratic in challenging this right to appeal Is party of Massachusetts are to lie warmentirely und alien. It is ly congratulated on tho result Detho spirit in which tho McKlnley b troit Freo Press. was forced through a hnuso which 1 Probably no moro Impudent re"ceased to bo a deliberative bod. mark over fell from tho lips of Jay under the Reed dictatorship. Gould, Tom Recti, Doss Tweed or In protesting against tho discussion Quay than this observation by Matt Maj. of his bill, Mr. McKlnley urges fur am convinced that the McKlnley: ther that discussion should lo aban judgment of "Iour citizens does not apdoned "In the face of the fact that It prove tho constant agitation of tho accomplish nothing." tan It is truii that tho veto of a most rad- tariff issue in the face of tho fact that ical and bigoted partisan Is In the way It can accomplish nothing." The man of reform1 nt present, but every time a in possession of plunder is always opfalsehood Is exposed and a wrong de- posed to ngitation on tho part of his nounced, something Is accomplished. victim. In this respect Mr. .McKlnley Kveryono who knows tho McKlnley docs not differ from a housebreaker of bill knows thnt it cannot stand after it the present or a slave driver of tho has been exposed und its manifold past Thero will bo constant fighting frauds and follies mado plain to tho over this tariff question until It Is setpeople. Kven if tho odds against re- tled right and It cannot bo settled right form were tenfold greater, something nntll Maj. McKinloy's monopolistic can be accomplished, everything can friends havo been choked off. Chicago bo ociympllshcd, by keeping tho Herald. truth constantly boforo tho people No The Antwer Answered. plea for silence that thu author and Just after tho Now York electlor. beneficiaries of tho bill can mako caa President Harrison. In bitter disapbo entertained. Thero can bo no ces- pointment at tho result, declared fh.it sation in the exposure of it until this u mistake had been mado by the repubmost fraudulent and iniquitous of all lican lenders in fighting thu battle on measures of wrongful taxation for en- local Issues Instead tit on national Isriching tho rich by impoverishing thu sues, Intimating hit belief that if tinpoor is stricken from the statute books latter hud been fot ced to the front tho nnd left without the poor pretext of le- result would huve been different gality to covur tho nakedness of Its "Tom" Piatt's onswer to this appeared injustice. In later dispatches in tho shape of mi It cannot long survlvo exposure. If extract frou a hitter to C.i.idi Into Fas the coming congress searches out the eett dated October 10, nt which time trusts and other conspiracies which tho cumpalgij had boon In progress for havo been formed under It und semis a month, in which Ilenj i nln Harrison to tho republican senate and president announces himself us much pleased bills f?r tho removal of with tho cnergotlu mid ugrosslvo mantho taxes which protect conspiracy, tlia ner In whl.'h tlio campaign is being veto of the republican president wid pusjied by Mr. FussoU, and tlilnlt-"yoonly make more certain tho repeal of have been wUo la your selection tho bill ns u whole. of thu Issues and very forcible) In th It is perfectly natural that Mr. prosecution of them " It must bo nil should opposo freo speech und mlttcd Hint the answer answcii. wish to cliulto the discussion ot this Louis Republic KfTrctt 111 blun-man'I I r The Chrlslmsi Wide Awake Is as gay ns old Santa Clans himself, nnd It Is a big pack of holiday delights. Its exquisite frontispiece, In color, Is from the terra cotta bas relief "Hay and Night," by Cnrollno Hunt Ulmmer, daughter ot Dr. Rliunier, tho Into famous Rarely has anything more beautiful been given In a milL'SKlno. lVrlisns thn etnrv tbnt will I attract tho most attention Is the first ono of the "Fair Harvard" scries, , "Such Stuff ns Dreams aro made of," by John Mead llowells, tho son of W. D. How ells. Thn opening story Is as delicious and fresh: "How Christmas came In tho Little Illaok Tent," by Mrs. Charlotlo M Vnlle. "Christmas with 'Olo Shermnn,"'ls an incident of the war, In which General Sherman figures genially. In her story "Tho 1 ulry 'Con' tent Mrs. Jessie Denton rremont I at her brightest and best "Quce Mnrgaret's Needles," by Susan Coo Idge, Is an historical ballad of Norway, Another fino ballad Is "Tho Fourth Little Hoy," by Mary E. Wllklns, fully Illustrated. "The War of the Schools," Bu by Cant C. A. Curtis. U. 8. A., Is a In cooi g story. "In Arcllo back o splendid Puck-Ico- " Is a thrilling story by Limit-Co- l. Thorndike, tho first in a series of , Catarrh snow-ballin- lp vr vLh BOOtl-UKT- Aj Jfen it HH. LXa J BaaSBBBBB RtrntiTVrtPriT1Q SAYINOLABOn.CLKANLlHESS. 3 DunADILITY&CHEAPNESS.UHEOUALLED HO ODOHWHBH HEATED. r K to behind it." 11 imu, lie map', tlia pioprktOM i uviiH'uy oner incurablo enso unusual, you irn oi a nieui-tli.they be-must bo sonic- it IT IS OUR AIM U Wo full lie W If wr you tto OMll )' ll ... wait Biennoe in m rt not aciuiitl "lib IU bmiIu, t.rtat wllh t"ll eenilune the tlm,anaf lo piitlUb th(7 TO GET YOU 4ttttna uiiitlll J nJ for a wn.pl rrpy (price S rent"), P .. .i .- ...li .BMltia If - ! La rj IDM JOB mmj CKTTliiii If JM L cotnir . Itt with motUf -tlill-U . alna BntdllAf m wtstins; 19 mil," r "" '" in vw "i""" r llrt of sf)ni M mi's Ailventnri a." The Illustrated papers aro Interest- Ing: "A Roumanian Princess," by Rleanor Lewis, nnd "How I became a Seneca Indian," by Mrs. Harriet Maxwell Converse. Tho serials opon well: "Jack Ilrere-ton'- s Three Months' Service," a war story by Mrs. Maria Mcintosh Cox, "Tho Lance of Kanana," a historical Arublan story by Abd el Ardnvan. Then thero are tho department, "Men and Things," Tangles, and Iwsldca many bright pictures and Post-Offic- poems. Wmr. Awakk is W.40 a year, 20 cts. a number. 1). Lothrop Company t lloston. Mr. Hayloft Walter, what's these things, anyway? Walter -- Crabs. Mr. Hayloft Well sny. wouldn't you je" ez llcf give me a good piece of straight corn beef, or suthln' that ain't quite so much tangled up? Middletown Conglomerate. The Only One ItTer I'rlnleJ Cu Yeu Mod I Tho onlvthlnir that's a Iho HemeiK It euros tho I load, to it mihl. clcantlng nml henling lroiwrt 4 tho wont cases yield, no matter liow l,ul or of how Iomh standing. It lias n iccnrri that goes ii.ick tor so yoi ars It (' icsii'l simply relievo it ici fectly ami jicrman tly currs. ah a ctly liL'M Lthi, tlio rs can mako .Mi an oiler and men it. there's rlk in It, hut iiitui unit tliey nro it. rer heard of nnythiim Truo enough. liko fsFlTer?" l)nt then wu've never hcinl of anything h's Dr. Sago's Hunnly. Hem-iroirii'. Rn.un ixiuaro offer, mado TO SUBSCRIBE FOR lit 1 In tealenli faritlj ifAhItf h Hnen V'.. f ri J vik JtttinttU, the rtlml I ril. ! an I dtetatln.lheltt rurabhieg o lot In lllulflloin. tCfUir llo U lo wilure, Hi 1. , .1 A onlfVolcin. prhroce net lo mj ethfr lu '"' "i " ' er lpik, malke PETERSON'S ht all .i MOtilitl)" ' ..ii.. l Trr MAGAZINE Iht la BEST ef all le.llw' lro. TOBrTo YcTnoi 3fr rrtmlnvit tlaU MM M M fcr Great lor I'lrrnnsoN'B clMel irimii'"" U Ib"" e IWI Trmi. 12 00 perlo rlul aea vaio- fTfm.Mw."!' ,.......P magazine, fblU4.i.ai. ( rizaJSG32Sia: LITTLE 7 I do I rer WED w sbsmsI Iff I he Wor.tr Thoro Is a 3 Inch display sdrortUoment In this piper, this week, which bas no two words alike except ono word Tho same ft truo of each now cnonn oaring each week, from Tho I)r Hnner Medicine Co This home nlaces n "Crecnl" on evervthln thet mVo und publish Look for It, tea. ttirm too uuine of the iri.nl sna they wl return sou book, beautiful Iithocranbt oi ninnies f rea PILLS on sirew. SI( K lir.AtV. AVIIi:. Iretlie a,bietdglnnila. pllii iks.rs, riST lW ateeje 4.MM .49 hot CBirs lo)i,ew. U nnd remits when is pleasant Distsviso UoNNiiKNiit Thert l no (no taito, ami net tho attlro article whkh so riitilv w.uuileuce of tlio comuiuuily ns Uhow.n i i CviaaaViJ;i y on Hie Kidneys, a- vv URoycuuLTiiocnts. Ilmse Mittorlngtrom I ..tci i. clransei tlio its- and bronchial UUeaaas, Cougna, Asthmatic tem efletiually, diipcU coltli. head". and Coldi", should try theui. l'rico S3 rents. achca mil fevers nml cures habitual "Yoo'ni bigger than 1 am," remarks, couitipati a. Syrup of Flfs U the the hammer u the lump o( cool; "bat 1 only reraolr ol Ita kind ever prothink I can do you up In grate sharw " duced, pi i np; to tho tnite nnd acTill from Indigestion, dyapepsla and too ceptable ' tlia stomach, prompt In hearty rallug is relieved at once by taking its action r I Iruly beneficial in Its ono or uarirr s i.ium i.iver mi immeciTccts, pr ared only from tho tnot diately after dinner Dou t forget this. healthy n 1 agreeable substances, its Yocso people in the country aro not so slow They often make love at a rattling many ex. f nt qualities commend it gate. Yonkcra rltatetmau. to all ni havo mado it tho most Hi lb' a Honey of Ilorchound and Tar re- popular i' hy known. oyrup f Figs is for sale In f0c lieves whooping cough, l'lko TooUiaohol)roptC'uralaona minute. arid II h'tlcsliy nil lending drug Any reliable druggist win. Wub are acrobats murdered! whea gists. may not havo it on hand will prothey poise on each oilier. cure it promptly for any ono who Who acrriRS with his llvor. constipation, wUbes to try it. Do not accept any bilious ill, ixjor blood or dum Uxo lioeol m'a Pills. Of druggists. U cents. Eubstitutr CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. Mo.ssTnosiTiEs And froak quarters In the dune museum. Texas Bit lings. au ttt nucisco. riv rof trr. towsti.r ir Asa unlike nil other pill. io purging or Act aiKslallv on the Htver and blla. i.aln Carter a l.itUo Uver Pills. Ono phi u dote. 1 eicltsl "Din j ou tho susncciei! "I merely uimlo with thorn.' llalliuioro American, irroeor my sclr lul "livtmm ilt.man.til the rcpomiril weiga iHf71a mr$mi sm . 'aaaaaaaaaaaaLrV. aaaaaaaaBB r :sMt ' taken; it MPK .ac l i ioo nn.tfr tiisfHII f4A Urvlrr. HItMt'eM. roHiIriton tjr Mlittut) nrrvottt I itBirs. AS.T10P T -- J3:VJOYS9 Ut nf V - iHk.L w UtTry uin tvtr f.v4t'Matt4p,TMTta.MiWh vK)Mrl IN THC SCICCTBON OT lt4 iiVAkr tU1 r4 is1 1 mil ssfattlrvBUaOt'tiriaaiJisifvaa) rM'L ItUtltiraf lllAtV I'M t, purlfjlnff DR. lUHtCR MCOICtNE CO , St LouU. Utv er nar or A laVfiSNI 23 o I 111 cf u i.'ju ! en an J UMfUiDti ill te loundcon.linr--l in CHOICE rrr, GIFT wmisTnirs international DICTIONARY tince 83 1 I 1 $ 1 1 stTGKvfort or Tea reef refietr n null Cfllital rVilakf! h i. v y 'r k l eJII p lonU.f CO "28 P Tin:rMAmui)(ii:i). C.1C MtnRMM unplered tn lh Sill. riril4iUI free , fltfloifl.U. tint. ILLINOIS aJjP5piTljra'N CENTRAL of Tns color lino A washerwoman's, fut rarlrgated stocking. THE MARKETS. ClHCiKMATt. Dee. L LIVESTOCK Cattle-Cumm- ooll Cboire llulthcri ... HOO-Com- RHKI.l-flo- II- S- l)u!CtlT FMH'It Family UIIAIN wheat Not re--l No. S ml . S o. inlird.... ,, No 1 miird I.AM 0o.lrVcr to choice od . ... .. 1 3 IS 4 IO M St U t 00 aim ft a ft O J "August Flower" Icinc mwas S Peltr t 1 0) p. m. from Cklrac. K Ml (Til. bflli it.rMilr.fM ikU eriJt IllVleJ fhroWwttt br llilxe I SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN .tlPZ IID (11M UM 4 SI fj 5 (C 3 SI OT DIM 1 0u me Corn-N- M Krf-- No IIAY-I'ri- IO TOIIACCO Medium fJoo.1 leal . HUTTKK-Cboirdl- choice lrtt 1'ItOVIMONS I.arl prime steam rT Mrrk... . ...... ... ts . .. 1110 10 .. tt OU Oil fill Q 8 fl M MIS to W Si ELY'S Perhaps you do not Where these statements concerning Green's August Flower Well, we can't make CREAM BALM you. We cau't force conviction inClrante the to your head aaal l'lieeMtfee, ormed-Doubtin- g rATADDU bbbbbP?LV?H tilt 00 to 91 IS l'rline to choice creatnry POTAIOKH-P- IT S 1 M er Ll.l FLOUH V'sir Oil A IN-No.Sre.1 Orrn-Oati-MlNo ied SEW VOUIt .... f si lo runey Ungraded red s mljed, Ul t I" I I rOnit-Ne- w I.AnD-Wetlern men .. uram (Memo tnrtnx No J S'o. S ... . r..... .. . I 0li.tt II n nil O CO 0vn "W fO V H Ti ll Fl.OUlt-Wtn- tcr aUAIN'-Wheat-No CHICAGO. patent ... 3 4 No 2 POUK-Met- red.... . t... I.sltD-Ste- am lm 0i ....... S 1 a It a TO Si1 l 91SO V0 i Hi 31 I1AI.11MOKS. FLOUR ramllr . OltAIN Wheal No. ...... Corn Mixed . Oato-Ml- xed SOSHJSOJ' 1 n I.AItl) roiiif-M- m rATTLK-F- irt Iltlned nunllly tM 9IU ...... trt,iI M lU't sv v T I ?S IIO08 J JJ son u eii io I I jo 01 Ml INIIIANAI'OI.IS. 1 Ited ailAIN --Wheat-N- o. (Vjrn N'o.J... .... On II -- No S LOUIHVIU.E. FI.OUR Winter nsli-n- l OltAIN-Wh- est No J Com MIihiI .. Os- - Mixed POItK-M- cu. I,AllU-Sleom... . ft i) O 44( S3) throat. We don't Allava I'm II nil it liillaniiiialluii, want to. The money Thomas. is yours, and tltc Ifpftl tlio Horc. misery is yours; nnd until you are llrtlorre llie mTpJBr.V willing tolwlicvc, ami spenu tne one Sendee vf Tiiafn llSjBkfvS j .Q'H ami Mnell. Xi fcr thc relief of thc other, they will mnw-v-z- sv j;,. roster, i las f,n rntfr. TTT.t l II. stay ASmmtTUP laCMfji Philadclptiia, says: 1111 a p wl inijearhamir land liaiir" A :tle bcotch woman, Hiepa' o a m)l t till' iiirulnitn crl.7 Kew To k. iMarreart ssssssssssssssssKs ;entul of a naturally sSaLLLLHri Uon. For five or six MOTHERS ! SPPJPPPPHb e lias iecn suiicnng YOUNG from Dyspepsia. She H Offer 1'M ItemritU cenmc so bad at lost Safety to tr.'ilrfi Miiriat she could not sit l.lfrofitothrrnmt Vhltil. 'own to a meal but lie had to vomit it "MOTHER'S FRIEND" had eaten it. Two r.ab friiiliirinrilf of it r August Flower have IMin, Horror unit HtU. CnSsSBBBBBsKu crmauy doctors failed. Afl.ri.,1 eun Millie ef" Mather rrleed" I rleoeeliiai ShecfWTow cat nnythiug, and enjoy ulteteij utl iiepaln.andrtld In nuieip rain 10.11 aikneil afirti aPrl idI it j nmyis for Dyspepsia, she docs not ANXIKOlOt Lamar IJ Jin iiu mi en " prepa r Sent f know that she ever had it." prlie I 'bp.ruullle. iluuatb Uolbtri inalletl Ire. " ustiJi . mt.ni'ii:i.i ATl.iT.l, OH 0 SOU) IIT ALL IIRUOOI8TS. Into your wLym 11 jkJjuit iiiiiUunii.nAi'"i'il' I I - lt..... -- Ci t t Vt M U . ail 73 t S i Silt to with ner fntnowa VI ell .Mnrhlnery. The oolr BORE WELLS NrMAN, Fj ti WELL 13 iiii''? .1 DRILL OnATUFUL-COMFORTl- Na. Infect wlfUuilnl IM leola fa luM r.TOl 100VIS A m IC EPPS'S COCOA "Ilr a Ihnruuih knowledn of th natural law nu. ehlcfitoTern th nperalumi of 41llon and On lb a careful applloallon of Kpiw iriiiun. anil bj eelt-electba Uwoi.Hra preperil'f nt dtlipkteir prnvuM our nnakfait uhlei with ItaTonrrd ui aianr uri eliion mar doemri' lulu lllibl the ludieieui uie uf iuc l1 artlclee of ilit thai a comilluilon mar be ri.lul-Pnlll up until unmi en.mak to ielleterr lew ifim-TloII unilrrdi of labile maladiei are 9annif arrnnn n reanr io..,.iiva wntf-iriin- r,. .. A mn ' , fktAlahalt . m trm. point, we w. h.. yj mt" ,iu4 -- IT ftepriiJKiiireiTr w.u lutitupi-i- i. Serlfl a prviri nourifbed frame."--tS- rtl and "tla'ij'ilmplr wllh bnlllnir watr cr mi's. SoM onlr In bait imnnd una, hi Uroera. lafeMed tnini JAMES EPI'S t, CO., Homcopalhlo Chemllll, London, Enghnd. uiifciro i. Tirriit, oiiio. I ST. JAOQi FOn HORS rLE DISEASES. IL, lere ifo Calf. Sxilllnat. Bruliti. lQiU,Stritni,Liminei, Stiff. CriekrS Hull. Sec coninci oni. rittn nounai. Slringhill. Sers thrtlt, 01 ttl Coll-- - WMIIn. Pol F.iL I ritiuia luniari Sillnfi. Rl'lXnu, ind Spttln In thtir tuhf I StigM, uiecuoni mm sacn unit SVaKNKBALDIKECTIOX wlfl not rat, drencli juanuij oi me till u pui. I! DISEASES OF HOOS. w If ther n mi k Into which UufrreWln the hrwiwltl. a iniall I OENKRAL riRKCTIONWraturale a pill .f douah, or I urcaa, wtui or. Aivee uu, urco li aowu wo iowi in run DISEASCaVZfF POULTRY. vi PETROLEUM Burnib, Wound. Sprain. Itheumatler Chilblain, Etc Taken PURE VASELINE (2-o- VAS - AN XITVAXUABLS EJjlN E JELY. 7U oorrholds, Bun pup, i TuttfsPills. lniinre 1 FORTIIEMILLIONSOFCONSUMEnSOF GOOD NEWS II kItr Dr. Tutt iileaaiira to nn- - SJSI that lie I now pulllna; up a TINY UVER PILL Uurn, Oouirha. Oolda 1 bottfs). (2-o- i. POMADE VASELINE botlis) 15 16 u hfrli ti nf eieeeitlngly mnl I aire, yet retnlnlnff Mil the vlrtuee uf Ilia larirur ( are our. 'Ihey Until iriiuraiilet'il purely aliea f tliean pllla A Terjelnlile. urn at II ImiiimI. Hie ciaot alio of ,w Tlirl'S TINT I.IVI.H l'l I.I.N la alnnni In the bonier lit till 'iiil." VASELINE COLD CREAM VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE 10 Be careful to aent only the genuine, put up yeur money Ifanr dealer olTare you an liaiuil I FOIt mai.k rvr.HTWB mmm CURED TO STAY CHESEBROUCH MANUl OWH Tali Celleie, die. BttllaDl. cadre balldil nrl hasaDftlt 1 , Dee. FIM W, flMftjl tar at th srAUBfl ft OOP Roflrt i.tl(i fnrlllllklrsilsxi alnZua CURED. U AOTHMATIO P.HarolHrl,ll.O HSUSa Wa Want Mime and Addreai of Crf BUFFALO. W.Y. s K, M. BAKTLETT'S Commercial College Prtht Urvit bulldlni nsl DlirnOiBK nrcunv iONAGH nsr fkH liii In lb tha LADY l uurtli fttrt, liar JomaiL 1 iiiern.hprUea. lhaiiM' Itlof r Kemalnlhii.nei KKHV tiro, f'o , Ciililinf.il, U, 1'illtl illaraflre. I'M rilaifltf7 AGENTS JV.MT.'i.ss'VWSA-IMHinil, mi ureal pjalenl'Iuli o I llaineilr unit l)llv.aa ifiiuiallo Jit thu rn ia..i,UMr r,.nu HEAVED papeniiii-r- , I.OVK WINIIOM. r YVi.m miiiiiu, MailMlpre "ikl fur 1i.MJKi.n(or I n.li fur iA renin A Ml'. II If fneurh H WKIILNIItllttl brjhn LSU J". Ill" .IT, lio Conner Union, W. V IllViai: ia i (v.i 3, hi AI s tAm covr.it. fitlL l'Ai'Eii I1nr, J, tau.-liUm. I I - - . r . . .. Tlno'a Itemeily . .for Catarrh tho . . i lu.uprii, last, liAKii'ii io um nun j l I I I rmn tuu ririi,,.,, . Rold I'.. Wo. Tla EaJEJsVl bv ilriu'eiKti oraent KaJflWwl jre l v ,m,h. T HiuoUina, Wancn, I'll, mull IjnUC mrllMliorlliand.ate.. thorougbirIp, Ariil ""' aaok kaiplnf.ranmaml t A.N.K.j I 1372. a AtlVCUTflt II IM.KASI ae AS rUaaeat la Ikl alvaUonOUi VMI silVs 'itrSiMI llUrnC aaell.1'l)l"-"''M- WHEN 'u IUU ,m,Brraat lllr.lUa, eaa Ma lafali, I, I, lU Ike HtiriMlTO m