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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 hic1892101401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J ' - ..'' "'- - .YuJl: ujjiLI. r,jrmrjm uriinMMM ' 1 , 'fftlrfTlT "fnTf Tlli 'Pur r fr itf i4T ' f i m9SmmSt HE THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Eviry Friday by GEORGE ORee IV AlUtHN Hlokmnri, Kentucky. Jackion Btrett, neit doer to C.tr IttlL THE HICKMAN COURIER TIM OLDEST NEWSPAPER X PINE JOB PRINTING TCXJECUTED WITH HEATflESS 1HD DISPATCi 3 BALE DILLS, ?2 ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADJJ BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, . CEORCE WARREN, Editor. WESTERN KENTUCKY. . Prlcooi Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. A l, Aim's Striidnvarlus has Vcrn sold for (10,000. Tin; Homestead riot has cost Petin KSTAM.ISIIKI) MOW YOJMv lSf)!). HIOKMAnCfUJ1'ON COUNTY. Kr4, FRIDAY. OCTOBER TRKASONAIUiK. CarMi Decision Pflxlon' Homestead Cases. lit 14, 1892. ORDKR Lrtndod VOL. XX VIOLATED. 1'N0. - 5). etc., era CALL AND SEE US. DIOMOCKATS. Orovcr Clovolnnd'a lyhiitiln Mix), not). s.n MiAUm's llfo Is Insured for John exactly fl.'WA.OJi). A Nl w iiik Wggnr makes r.500 a your nt lliii lupines. Tin: gientost day's rim of nn ocean Moamshtp was Al.'i miles Dli.Wi'll U now In illrcrt telegraph eummiinlentlott with Pike's Penh. IJ.M'l SkCtV STl'D letters lire reported lo Im it growing fml In nnclnl liiteroottrtc. In Smith Carolina thora nre KM.OW) white voters nml lSS.OW colored voteis Tim enrollment nt girl Kl tul.-- t In the, llirtard Annex title your It over Wolcomo Doniocnitlo Cluba. 30l. London photographers run nnl meet (lie demand for picture) of "ItulTalo IIIIL" Oxr.-Tllin- MPInHP hotUniyltfqttUn"(Uip.)oyjit - TmtnaiBnrnrB4H inn. r- (ton. iVNilrrlirutlou raiml In Utah nml Mn of the death munng IlutlniiH ore due to tntisump '"MlilctTopokn lad lio islnlo tlirro 1)1 cycle bus, Ihjmi scntcncoil to the reform school. "A cnn.iMrouint!ti cot squirrel" win killed thu other duy In Sumter county, Georgia, Oxi; Harper onwnly (ICnn.) farmer raised dm thousand acre of broom corn thta year. (liuu sometime bnve tn marry poor lw appreciate what gisoil fnlh tint they kail. A Nr.oao who w a arrested at Albany, (Jr., rccontljr eot ktvalliiK', K"" m (HlTrrfllt nlUt. Thurk n 1ml IM eolnml voter In North itHkon There arc ia.Q0u In tlio oitjr of IUUimon. Tmk wool of !lrirr thr jikmi iluUe of Uel, wh (J fret Ioiik atxt wrlKh-it- l thirty jmswlii, A trlnlonlNnnct' f I'ranw, Kuv fc awl THrJwy la tnhl to U grraOy f.v Aurrd hf th por. Tint Par kas erdwil all hl t'rtnrh ami Mttllloim from Ih'ooiiiIiir liattirnliard UiiwIhikv Thi: armor of hurxi nml rklrr in llin fotMinvtith tKiitury frtnu-ntlurlghpd maah a (W unntn. "A raw with onuntroet nn.l few alteya," la the mnn jr th ('hU-f.- i Virfc Hty. klh liukl-sr.dk fr . rti fUrrlsW., Ir U wld that woinrn wnU imiwally on notvrter, Iflthuit, ennmt, AuM-rU-a- n pKv 4,W,0(W. Am Oil Cltjr on a wajrrr .T wl'l be (rotklcd at, tho World' fulr owlicatorjr rcrrmunlOA for J,io8 noKapaprr curnoporiiknta. Mk Sw. W. XAMVM.of '.mlcll,()n., liMp Iter hnbanr dcl Uxty in the )KirW. II died in Jane Ut. It may N of intrrt 'o tho ywing that IiV lo knowono Infahlon In dnnem Uy ycar ctmnrv ahowt Vciy Soutch ;HaMntry r.ow wnr tli Wilt. Mont of the drCM after tho wanner of Riiirlhmn. 'Inn bHrtboto nt tfoltladoaaali, nmr KrthHn, (tcrHMiny, U Ta feci in dcptli n nd H for pwdork-a- l nmrah oaly. A I.i.n v county (Mm.) man has a nlgn III place, "No liuntlnif aloud. " tip lie evidently WlWvet in a utili hunt. A Ci'nan edition of the Slnmee t Ins watrmcloi. (Pa.) colored man ly ilcrourln a lafly tAxly-ta-)Ma- 4 fr voraliom at They UK e faaa. Atpcn, Col., a nhort time e joined together fnco to Tnr. lakvo I an Intention of the South Amertrnu Indians and wiih In uevhcn the, oouutry was dle4irretl by Span-InnI antine. ivrMtt hulf Umr, a their trado has Won eiulmrrasel ly the cholera quarIMIth ltuv.pll, of llrrwn the textile factorie arc Sin l.m.v ri.trAin, Jut olernteil to the pt'iraire, innrrieil In lST an American laily, Ml JlOkUin. Ivan ICAtirrzdled at Sehcneetndy. N Y., of blood poUonlii', ciiuvmI b wenr-Int- r lilcli hod eolofed hoo on a fool MteteretL TliniiH am four Mates WUoonsin, Norada, Mlmieaotn nml Cnllfornln in whjeli nlnnjnrtty of tho voters nn fop rljjn Imrn. A Coiimiii. eollepe plrl linn talen up aurycry an utility nml inoiin protection. her professional to make It her future IIahiiton Pun U now the wlo Mir vlwir of thoe dltlui;uUlied men ho held thu porcrnorslilp of New Yorl prior In ItTO. A applo crown near rrtcrvitlc, Cal,, U tuported to uoIi;Ii nlmott two poundi and mennurei tlllecn inrlica In clrcumforuiice. VAi.rAlil.i) illieovcrlct of ony.x have lMen intulo nt llrlilprwater, llocklnj,-harountA', Vn. It li nbundnnt ami of aupcrlor quality Tint womrn In Norton, Kan,, arc to lo in wnfihlni; their tuppcr dKhcs that the theaten. In luoiintmn i'iil of ifiwcbiirjf, (ire. Tin: Indie of the Chrlstl.ui eliurali at It Ich 11111, Mo., (lie other dny took hold with their own fair hniid and built a tihUmitlk around tho church cdilleo. A llncllsli eNperlmentcr, .Mr. IX T. Ch.iplln, Inn riven mi nccuiit of n li.liih hen and liuliu-intlior In that manner to Mt on uMttlnirol cpK'" until seven of them hud hatched out. Mii.i.ionh of biittcrllles pasted over tho city of VHU;imporl, I'm., n few day niro, hcadotl toward thu South. They Hew lilh In tho nlr, but many droppeil to I he ground ex)iauited. Tin: iinmt recent llientir lli;lt iiiny proiluvcd by u uuhpn apparatus. II 1'ounUtN of one old flic, niiu eiiually old piece of bniKs rixl ami one dc.id lu)rt clrculL Kenl llplitiilnj: U tho result und tho plTeet i perfect. Oi:n. Ilo" ill ha ?oo men, mostly Vrohrn-dou drunhnriK nt ono time, Vorhlnjf on Ills farm a few miles out of London, and they iiro ilmcribrd a a r u l'liui'iint lain liters wliluh jfntly utitonuelon In le, ttiajio nnd color, uro to Ihi found in thn Cascade begin till 0 o'clock. that to;n don't hyp-nutlrl- u decent, ludtiMrlous useful and eulhu-rlnttllot of people now. Tiik Japoneic government content-plat- e tho construction of lx lines ol rllwyi nsrgrcffatlnjf too tullci In Itngtli. Tho purohnto of tho private railway by tho atate It alto projected. c JlC.tH UAVKM'OItT w ho w nt fur hulf n century on the tinge, It living now at t.ynn, Mn , In houorablo rclii oir.cn t, thewldcwol one of the heroes of the war of 1S01-- 8. Tin: law of D.'iiiniirlt now i;Uc to reiy D.inlnlt Mibject, man or woman, the rlb'lit to n penlo:i at sixty year ol Otfe, except In iiuu9 of convicted crlml mils laupeiii or thoto who huvo ccme to dlsln-iby ctrurn?anco. lander), (tt. I'. Wi s In nn'n Inlliiniice De.nourntlc club, nn Tlio t'nrnegle Conipitny llnil the llli-lImport Ariiinl f inar.lu the In. true- nounelnrr that oter ono rttindred wotn lion. Iill Amunic Hie ktrlker. u a iui'n Inllucncn clubs throughout the Knell-- 1 rim lllll. To lie lletnrneil. country have rrgnutocd. .1. Meinnnts of Montnni, Martin of. Theie wn n (,'reat ilrmoeratlc jrallf PiTlsni mill, I'll. .Ocl.tt. ChleMttstlco rrlii at Miidltou bipiaie trardeu, New fered the following losolutions, wli'ch I'axtou, of the stnto supremo court, Yorkclt.i, mi TncMl.iy, (Ktolier 4, nt were adopted: from tho tlrmnrratlc I The delegates the opeu'ii of tho convention of the clcliea, representing democratic n.ott itlon so Monday charged tlio grand Jury In tlio In Natlnnnl Amoclallon of Demoeratlo rttrr atate, territory nnd tho Dutrlct ol To treason cases ngalnsl the Homestead woro present from lumbla, In n.stlnnel lonventlna Delegate lit strikers Defendants, strikers and their ?lt'b. uiittilniously renitlrm llic ltd rm of pr nclplei and attorney of nil starnry state and territory In tho union, adopted bv the di mocratlop) nation il roment'oj sympnthlr-erorer 4 0OJ clubs lielnif rcpteeeutrd. atthieago, Jiiiiri:. iv;, and eorillally Indora'. tions crowded the big room to Its tit most corners. There was absoluto si llxl'rcslilent Cleveland was present the ciitidMatii Iherr nomlnited. e began Ids and made the welcoming hddrrss In 1 In accordance with lis conslit i Ion Ihe Na- lencewhen the chnrge. Justice I'axton announced thnt tional Asaocta 'Jon of Ilrmccraile claim will wlilrli ho said: with the ttitloiul democratic eoinmlttcc It wus not neccisnry that only the com "Yuur liicdinn It tho council of war which election of pre ij. dirl m Intlle nnl your ixriilotn In trcurlng thetriumphant ('let land nnd Merrn-so- monwealth lx! lutclghcd ugalnst for and Ihe of demo houlit U lha prrptullon for morrnr conllet nun to be guilty of treason; that It Is All rouf wcAikaaiit U Jour rqulpmruin rs cratic prtn Iples in thn pending carubatirn. and urge tho nrganliallouof di ruocratlc dubs at proper for any firm or corporation to Yol organltril HK.ntal nt truU'd Uliti'.l nn.lfii him trhr4 ml planned lo muted withHisthis iKsoclatlon, In etcrr voting hire gunrtls from any state whatsoever, union, as ttio sunut m'thodol and arm sin.li ytmriK The Instructions dlatrlct ol Iniure inur (mdlnciK lor tliu final ri t ftgrnvnt ro n'ar Thlt accompiiililns trtis result 3. We warn the American pclo ol thi foil among the strikers ns a knoll. True U .IwlHAlw. nrtnii2, but aathger which Dietiaeoathelrccoimnon. IIIxtIIm bills will lie. returned without doubt llU'tt-After detailing the causes lending up for fw wov In the ininlfest purposs of thn in uisiffrt of Iho anre of Ibe ite!jm anil purp plinhment of Khlch jmitnil thou- - yuiirei p.fnt moi.oi)ly parly to flelnucli Ibe auUrure and te to the Homestead strike. Justice i'axpurchsse another lean of lha presidency ant fir-te3oIkus re tuiiiJnt ("teller T!iton said: "Tho mutual right of the ilrclanil b your moelll"ii tr Tie another ma)onty in tsmgresa, and, nltlmalrlj, to take pirmanent sscailon af Ihe federu' parties to contract In regard to wages prrti nation of llo ronalltiltlen of the' sur- - gorrmmenl. through Ilia provisions of at unand tho character of tho employment Hlr llmiiu'ot.omjf.f thestile. constitutional and partisan force bill, deduce whether by tho piece or by the da.s t to trtimrnl nn J fmtloin of clrcllona ofp. by lorrupl and unscrupulous conspirators and lh ltnillk)liottiirilJonit thenur' '.ol whether for ten hours or loss Is Indorsed by llenhtmln Harrison and a (Mi rotorninint "HXiuomlivilir iin al. as any other right which wo cnji.v i an republican lonutitloa of ontichuldera and mu promotliri ol iconotnr ami the tupolliM . . under the constitution nnd laws of tils t.t)4if . of Ihi- - puWId arrf Ite. 1 I We drnouncn a.s v. I trlo(lim n im state, Itbs n right which belongs to aluM rtnUalr (tin punal the pllliceof thn ivnple for the lirncllt i.l !ft.-n-t airaliunot Amrlmn1llin hi every citizen, laliorcr or capitalist, tnd laws; thewiuandcc. should KiiKt.it ttiouirlt at nil tiini-- i lh in of the lew by the unnl tsx Inyif tlm people' tneDeylnpronurate npendp It Is the plain duty of tho state tojro-tec- t iHUm) ff n Ihf Mmninl oliltfallon to turr In ilm.dles and In Jobs, und druiand a re them In thn enjoyment of lL"' U ! their limine Ino as lnnntlf turn Coming up to formation of the ndtls-nrIllUal uMlutr ant vratrhfulnda .hiuid frugalto loser and mare cjual liiathin. more eiiii.liiuree anl purer government, ,.il at a lima wbni iho lrrfinM committee nnd tho part tnkeu by It which ran be accompli. tied otily by Ihe clectlortl,. taihn li toM In llfhI'Mwm in tho strike he said: f i'lci Ian I and Mevrnvr.t. "It Is alleged ol aHrlth purnra, whn tal Itrsetted, TJul the thanks of this mnrcn that the advisory committee did more tHioilarli-- s arr hsuilj a trrcr tloa are Irndereil to the ilcwo. ratlerlub of N'rw than to Induce others not to ucccpt em i goiemntel lmrr. Mid nam Wat lf IMS el Vork ami King eatinty tu their general and frreilom el elections are the pi . It a' auhcimimltTiT for the crr.ereus and ployment from the company! that person to enter the mills of ri.trrlalntnniii ei ten Jet lo this conlcnllori and iiiw'cd "Tlio" who .nMWIre to th" creeil ef lli tlirelo the Carnegie Mcol 0i., nndeten permitand make r claim l tin.- i, Ihedrl nn bardljr uruse Ihemstrni lor )a. of ted no strancers to enter the town ot PECK liACKERS. Ua tSort al a time when the ctcra.tllra-e- t Homestead without Its consent; that It rooooirliull7 adinlulalerrd hT foieinwrot Ilepnbllesii Orpmi. Iryloff In Conceal nrranged nn organization of it military tera lllll- - rtf.Mt la thn Ulllkn, of the Truth. consisting of threo divisions, the people, tint lia etlraraiaseo I Hi. In a way republican or character puhlia art.io bat hrotme a cot.ts. Tho gnus aro defending Mr. reel, and hit Willi commanders captains, etc. (ilafin Tt lbos wl bio for tu the division comin destroying the records, of his captains to report action tblnft. thlo coetrntlon of itamorratlo to report to the t l.'fcontsi ".I olllee. of reform U a I rHil The New Yoilc I'ress asserts mander and the latter advisory committee." food rnlcMllons and Idle (ulrtrKli: ai ra lh.it "if Mr. I'eclf hid allowed tho mugItoa ium.t auiomafuUr canlrad far i . lie tiien detailed how the authority tery Kith Ike leMpacl forera of pr j" wump 'Investigators' full access U his of the sherllf hnd been denied, the arlaWreaU aad cnd, nor Is that offanit.' on private ineuiornuila from which his refollowtba raott iarfal hkh hat port was coin piled his nclion would as- rival of the I'iukertnns, the not r.toaL Th trul tX of pel a suredly not lniMi resulted in the further ing and finally the mobilization of tho I omnia turn S loufxl ll dhiimim to lh' i'.i-l- enlightenment of tho public." Tho state '.roups nddlnc "tt'n can have of Its action Ol and la lb some sympathy with a mob drhen to l're says that the object of the court Karmoayr and unity of porTioa are a as in the lat,s lutelT ewatul la thta levr, jro ir a in to conceal the facts and dosjiorallon by hunger, of the Trench revolution, but wo can far at It the distortion of the truth. MlaC kweUaar I rnssi Impar Unt. I proaaoM men receiving exceptionhave nope thai hannoor nail tmttf br nn'-- r Sich argument the desperato ally high for and a euial 'eralloo of aaalhudt. ami wages In resisting the law eti alts to which supporter of the fraud lar at It lalroa thai teal aail mi . bloodvc aan which will make ewes of reptiblieau protection have lieen re- und resorting to siolcneo and of imaginnrv waek TWrelarr at I duced. If the document Mr. 1'eok shed in tho assertion a vast expense and entailing uch tat ware that I ean r nothing better In feloiilmisly destroyed had contained right, ntr Irere et you, Ib.n loalah thai ram of tho common the n nnvthing that might have Imcii twisted tijwin tonUonmar oca nel tiroa iWe andri wealth. It was not a cry for bread to Wine one. aad that at luaow.lu.lou ti. .y lo stipport tlm ridiculous conclusions feed Iheir famishing rrwurac your planr In Jwr huaae ore "' he drew from them, if they had sudden outrage, withlips resulting In n good provocation; IMin newlr lM4rrd to drtrnalnrd awl n not contained indisputable proof rOori in ikocaasool irnc deinKroejr." attempt by men withlied infamnoalv regarding it is a deliberate that he had 1'tdlowlnif Mr. Cletelaud'H si1i)t in the the condition nf laboring men In New out authority to control others (ion. l'atrich A. Collins of Mas, 1'eeU would never hare enjoyment of their rights Yorlt state, Mr leinjKirary ehalimannf thee 'Ihe men had a right to refuse to In rcplj to tint call of the c juir reanrted to the trick of burning public work ami to iiersuado others to join properly for purHiee ot concealment. them, but the moment they attempted to . nald: TM aaaeatbaape ntlr foUowa and f p Tlie. committee called upon Mr. 1'iiek control the works mid resorted to vic-liven while pro-t tto (tual nwuMtl of IUa IMMf kMait for these) dooiiments. lonco they placed Jwm h rhlMtn wroatalnswl no prB.sCaWL tllS IW hrt.l lha .lMdUlllOi im the pair or me ln. themselves outside - the oanmt our aaothdaie. Tkctr hnew thov were being burned surrepiradrraof the itrnlar arte of in chwewer. titiously by his own order. Men who "If we were to concede the doctrine ct'"1 Irrr are the ripulna of Ik duUee. wUtlta. have documents upon which they can that the employe may dictate to his emour A'4 of ii hato our Wa.os. All of La ay eatlstawl Jar llfe-rely for sustaining their position do ployer the terms of his employment, and (he coateat-fo- r merely for Ike ptafn nut burn them. It lias necr been laid upon tho refusal of the lnttcr to nccedo r.,. el lh ikurn, 'tho MUH of the poa- to them, to take possession of his propmi. iw nf iMand cwra rotornwcaii In at the door of men who honestly exw ho w ere ! wmchfalncM ami hibited the basis, of their arguments erty nnd keep others nway isia land rcijulrrn willing to work, wo would havo anhate "luahrst 't In "the tu and conclusions that they were guilty archy No business could lie conducted nurrnlulMt nctKr la Joae In Ike v' tar of ktippreaaiug evidence Hut this is mow iho luro and In l!" momaouni. eaoU-.- l upon such a basis; that doctrine w hen itoclde rutera- - tho charge of tho New Yorlt l'ress crrtint, a eowtrst thai m onco countenanced would bo extended aoiooiy i..t lour jewrs. owi iora against n committee socking opportune nlal wna mir ni niw ty of proving from Commissioner lVcU's to every Industry." M.fioa,mmii, The justice then defined ns treason fer1Mris in inai po"i r" in 10 imr- - documents that his statements' had frjit of lae ocmocrnn cno oi the organization of n largo number of iurl) Is n unit In thiamin lieen garbled fur ulterior purposes. . Itepubllc.iu organs may seek to avoid men In a common purpose to defy the kwi losnr On the "lef June pa'.cn On ih Sil wc luul hut one "Hie soica thu consequences of tint unlawful net law. resist Its ofilccrs and to deprive any mrtion of their fellow citizens of their wililac.s of tlimoiri's aut Ike ibouthiful, Indo. committed bv their tool and ngrnt, but Fndeal totrr of the republle nup)rt Ihst they will not convince intelligent read-urrights under tho constitution and law's. for T w In his clccnoa Ibe re immlnatloii It is ii atate of war, said he, when a that Peek- net was not a clear lur ef food ao'nnent laihelant Aaenilal Hie wnr and war (an s of lis fraud. Nor will they business plant has lo bo surrounded by "We are rnoud ul our (rett chit f the honest. humbug ant out! with the silly claim the army of the state to protect it from jsiirlot. Urover unlawful violence nt the hands of fortlur.tr. leirlc. tin- - burnt document' the that men seeking ncMlowl AtsKl'iiry the brl mer employes .11 litlaif wero trying to conceal tho truth. country kaa had wlinln the Adlal Ii. Chicago Times. man We are proud of hi coIIcti.-u.-- . O'BRIEN CAUGHT, mrenon. law eioiuent auJ forcful, i An KtplatiHtlon ecileil. Them. JeBcrwa Tat into democratic party ol l.vdj) Ulhe parir of neee-laoleasenlug volume of our agricul- Hie I'ligllUi The l'iTri usurer tif llin t'ntlia ami riteMMoa. Imi II Is aUo iho ptrtr ol tural rxpott icquiros nn explanation lie Knights of Aincrlct. Arrrslril. ofCarllslo ll'H and(irj) olTn irramanl II The August returns and MerrtsAn. of l'iintr ant lluwna.i uljuhlff. from Mclvinley. Oct. riuiAlU'll'MIA, John It. bread-stuIT- i .rntly show a diminution iu exports of worthy to lead, an I nil treasurer of the Catholic No nun amoiuj u all has to (allow of $,i.0,000. as compared with O'llrlen, arrtdr the same month last your Moreover, Kuights of America, Is said to have done or I doing r loilee.1 .an whoa riu1 to that of Senilor lllll. ,d. (lei name the price of wheat aieraired in August lieen capture I by a Cincinnati detective eland I00.I ncn on Ibe lll to Hut .. in Philadelphia, and spirited awny. al fhlrngo. No man ucisU i pica i with drmce of this year only M cents a bushel, ns O'llrlen is alleged to hate been a forger. a krnicful n4 against 10fl in Augiiat, 1M1 Now, cralu lor in hooeat reisiii.uu ncknowlcdgo that remembrance ol tnai nerv.c- - Ills nark In lids has assured the farmer of the Tho authorities canraaaeuiiM njot.be oihor than west that their grvnt sale nnd high O'llrlen hns been nbducted, but give no k ot ihe tho nml. neaaary further in formation. mm lo k i i le peojilr prices of lust yenr wero directly due to CuurAMMMiA, Tenn., Oct. 11. M. J. of ihui Kicol atale aa.l thc Uim.u iml llletln Ids lienign methods of taxing money him Thcie ncicr a a iu. stui. u thenilnds out of the foicigucr's poikets and Into O'llricn, of thishocity, a fugitive from in aluoil or proved mi embezzler of genuine ilemeorats ns to V justice because hm ihe (liliufo theirs. Hut his law Is still in force, nsRiipi'omo treasurer of the Catholic wheronuy ilainocrnl atowl A ar ne iniyer whig nnd the question arises why it docs not iken. Ii id onientlue Knights n( America, some months ago, ml. Iilnn.lf lor continue to iierfoi in its licuclli'cnt funo arAlMtiltil fodnMlut, Philadelphia, a lime u democrat may run nwai tilolofiT lions Wo hopo It will not Is answered was larrested Monday In chargo of nn iherlynf ccwtrulititloo. furci- - n nsmonop-ol- thut bettor harvests in Ihirojio have ami on his way hero In ir putlcu-laund pi under pimply Ueiu ofilccr. Tailing to collect tho amount iltinocrat alackened tho demand, for that would man win not iioiutuate I. out seem to Imply that tho McKlnlcy bill from his bondsmen without a suit, neirr will. n. Iwlect ' l.ing liefore Ihe fhleato eonvci does not, as claimed for tl, override all tho supieme ofllcers of tho knights f congress Ito soli.iu heforo to put the matter iu the hands of n deeouniry a llurrlson'a Inauiu-aiiofn ' le.nltef naturalthelaws, and would also callwas tective agency. A No. t man was sent year there f.icl that last mind ilnwHl .Iiirplni3f regret (or here, and for weeks has Iwn hunt In HW It aw tliu con ire , im extraordinary European demaml for the by i a farre eied on no aiuli lue, procretl lo rk our agricultural products. This would Jug for clews, finally succeeding wife, bill, by whU'li fnlirul offlrers, w 'eaus ami linrn fallen out to tho prollt of the keeping a close watch on O'llrlen's and doaimrudja would MnllHgs. oavinUrees western fntuici In uny case. N. Y Twice she left here, ostensibly to visit drletinliii', until i ri'U'lutUm lame whnslouM her parents in lllrmlnghain, and each Ii me In l:d oaiiiw Iho th'a rojalrr gvtrrnnvit Ihe th time she changed her route nnd went in end of ttto Lf Secretary Klkiits has taken the cast. Thu pointer given was followed Unilcil Males. w that congrean-lli- .t was stump for Mr. llnrrison, nnd It is "The lieopla tip, nnd It was found that the in deli clcotnl I'lhiu ro am Ii Unue e&ni t a tori Uw that tlio other cabinet nlllccis, wanted embezzler traveled froqntnth of immnlKillals wl ion for tin- - we with the exception of Attorney lleueral from New York to Philadelphia, ren. nn lur-ltrtiiviu-.- l to ei iruptlon luml that bniigM Mr. lug only it few days in either city. Sin - rly, Miller, will probably follow suit. iv ixtm.mi1 into powir Ihcy hum" rule, tin! promiii of lower t.iie, .""I a Miller, it is said, docs not appiovo of day olliccrs in Philadelphia wired f.ir .icrl0rel rriklessly nn.l rulh tills, holding that "tho best service any stable current authority to . make tho iirrest. ami dlslurbeil, I lies li..i-irloasly iliHiiralie government oflleial can do the country bugged their num. urplus sipia iitcnil, it ileftWt threaten!' I ml it lutulc liun-- oter t'teiy inorchtuifH ilsi. The nnd his party is to attend to his public roliiiii-i- i in m rut. ..Ito dutlus as long us there arc any demand Kbiilns rjes of a ilctr.imliit ieoiilo ami lug his uttciitlon." Ihe ill nn iciinc iirlj (or kcuc nmt Louisville Courier-.loiirua(avion, O.Oct. II. l.nrly Moiiil.it ihu In I Ml iiuilca protisit ihi iinplmile Ujf.ili. morning two electric motors met tn eoi mo n)u't und iiii'tbistn Hint tin ti'iwblli-arrifeiiujoriij in tl'eliinin of ri'pmiei .1 As pioteellon chenpens the pi Ice llsloii, Injuring two motor men and sci alim t look im n d in nlh unit). Itynn Motoriuan er.il passenger.s. s of goods, peihiips Harrison could win "i:riv nateuf lli.it in inilesl IwreClti. some ngiieillturiil votes by calling nn lingers were crushed und Viitnrni.in win u kirliu'ilni illi niiiic I'octlc Jusllie II sis'iiiis) its If hn wroiui o( ('vl extra session of congiessto remote tho Date Henderson had both feel mid lej." cismI hiIIIih r Chnilcs Trnier, could tint Is- fullr rlfliled Mllliout lie in.iu Is needed t.irifl on wheal. Iho wreiu lomplolilv iniulrrw nol oiilj w.i nf tho price u few cents. Kansas party lo pour to iiiNo the thimtuia ol Ihe cut about the head nnd his limb uh il.e cunUlilale It . not I Ity Times. but Willi Cli t bruised; M. 1). Spahr, lingers smashii - H iKipulur luiitldinie In tlio dunoci Uikof The protection of tho pcoplo in James itice, n carpenter, leg cut and oy u a supreme toniulcnio In lilm He chlif who ilatril loalalo lliocc. i.oimc tho cxoluslw! uso and enjoyment of badly Injured; Mrs l.undy, badly klial. truth, and Hut uloiic, tu Ms aupcrb mr.ii'C of tuclr piopoity and earnings conceitedly lluth Injured, und Hie upright lt7 He wasNever liuo nuglstrnto whoiiari'd constitutes the especial purposo unit en up were Internally badly wiccked. The ueci motoin W'ah1iu;toii has any todoibiht Orov tlcnt occurred during it dense fog. of tbo United Utatca held to urge mitslon of our free gorcrninent, t ihare of puhllo conriiicnce and none win etcr or Cleveland. ( hlcagii'" Coluinlilin lluninrl, completely tru.tid U motlvt and purKie at to "Do yon ever take your wife on he, It It not raera popularity, Ciiicaoo, O t. 11. The nrrntigementi It ) aomi Uiltttf h!herand rurtr aVtuluta belief by tat pwpln yuur linen n you uted to du when alio for the Columbian banquet, tit tin In the honeaty tnd honor, the Juiilct and tsitrl your nwecthenrtY"' "1 can't miy Attdltoilunii October 1'.', nro complete W't hare curt wiia ctltia of Uroter C'levelaml. mors placed the foremen democrat In Ihe union thut do, but aha ficquently nils down Among thuto who will deliver mliticsurt Cod ttlll be Afchblthop l'cehun, of thlcngt In tbo foremen place, and wo once nioti l.U un mo of lid oivn accord, the American pcoplo to honor Iham.eltri and Item. H'shrp Spiilding, of Pcorlni Spccla' . Hive their hlghctt Inlcrcttt by tltctlr; him " Just now no nno linuw where Wirht'i Tnir Cuintnltsluiii-- Thnina II ihlet uia;lttrate Itllnii .lttdge Minim, Hon. Then followod u resolution whloli )lliiluo'.frlriiils ate tit. but ilarrlsou is lit' un, Kelly, of St, Pnnll President Win llhe.'y to lli.d out when the rntiirns of Louis rvoKed contlderable nppliuisc. it wu A. Amberg. of the Columbus club nn. that thu chatrmuti bo reipii'ated to the Novimil'er lluhliigui'e In, ht. I.oul IjcV.dcnt ( . C, lliimiey, nf Hut Wnrnl trnnsiiilt to Iho pri-k- l lent of the I'uilc I ltcimblU'. a ktixlllary. A poem, "'I lit CuiiBi-estitules the sympathy of thu mcinbeia of niullioorybiitlifiilludcJ World lilters," will bo rend by Miiiukv A uis thu ortfiiultatlou for him in liU din a of ulioutois'nimdi llaWe li. rlccl ldinelf In l'liiucls 1'guu, of Nntru Dninu mil ho anxiety and oprcs their earnest Impo paluilsirj in it to R'H an exciito for holdlnu Jouruai vcikltv thut in the proTldeneo of God Mrt. u)C'ii. iul'i r il it. chief-justic- MlrrhiR Sirilira nml fcullil llr.iilulluii .ilnile l.jr lit irrfnl I'ull. Ill I inn ol I hi-- l.mplre i Mule. ji Iltirrlson may, In till own jjochI time, restored tn health Thin w as offered by n North t'nrolinii do oale and tvm Juttlce to can led tinniiliuoitaly. Im lnjf tho business of the meeting there was lend u communication from Margaret lloey, secretary of the Worn lie OBI. ORESPO. the n ul .n (inayrn Knir I'mler Till Triumph Over llin (lovrrn menl force I. Complete. CXnios, Venezuela, Oct. 10 Caracul CoalM-i- iL THE A Vossol With Sovon Humlrod at Dnltlmoro. he H'l has fsllin. The triumph of Oen. Irespo Dvcrthe got eminent forces Is complete. Tho jrerolutlon Is victorious After defeating the army of the government at Sjb Pedro, (Icn. Crespo began his mnrejion the capital. Tlirot thousand of his troops, by Generals Oucrn. rlodrfa-nand' Fernandez, entered the city of CnraMSunday night, den.' Crespo. with lie' balance of hi army, Is at Oil a short distance from tho city. Ho rri, wllj ettir tho capital Monday. Do Gu'nyra Is also In the hands of the Crespoiss (icn. Crespo has triumphed olllcrjg tho line. Merabcrd of thi govenoacnt have cither left thocountry or art trying to get out as fast as they can. J Ilefvre Crespo's detachment arrived was filled with rioters. Tho new (of the defeat of tho government forcticrentcd somethlns ofarf'.Banlov com-runfu- ii c: a te "eieiiteeii Cur l.nml. of Them (In In York anil Krnin There Scalier Alt Country searching for Oter the tlieOnllty I'urtj tn tlio .Scheme, PUBLIC $& l'rogrnmma ,hf ranied At nlne 21, tbo ilM past nine l reach thrill In Cnllfor" nno. A'eolaf Ibn old' escor-the- I jHrttJ-drno- t got hf i i unfonsH-tutlmi- . ' f rlt loi-nli- c - , n-- J - half-hearte- d it Iwla-h- alr dlm-mea- s ee . rr 1 tax-paye- . uognn to uu up who faj,ccs und stragglers from the army ..f the Pulido government that hnd met Its Waterloo, nnd adherents of the gov ernment who fled from Caracas so as to be out f'f the way when Crespo's men got. there. There was n lot of Incendiary material gathered In the tow n. I'll logo and plunder soon became general. Many houstswerc looted nnd thcro was much wanton destruction of property. How far things might have gone it Is Impossible, bt say, If Admiral Walker, acting with admirable energy and decision, had not lnnded a force of sailors and marines to hold the mob in check nn I preserve order. The sailors wero narroly welcomed by all who wero not thcrrsflves seeking plunder. There Is no ilmb t that much property nnJ, per hapf, manj' lives were preserved by tho lancing of the men from the crulscrs ( liicago and Kenrsarge. Klgltlves from Caraccas tell me that the "wid. between here nnd the capital aiejtlmost Impassable. They are. tilled itl. pooplo w ho are fleeing they hardly knot' where, and are seeking, many of tiicir, to tako their portable property witj them. Srngglers nnd camp followers are hurrying nnd scurrying to get to tho thun adding to Mic general mnfuslon. It U rumored that I'ulid" an,j of his cabinet embarked from here and got safely on lsoanl some vc sils hat will carry them all beyond t respi's rcacli. Th( advent of the Crespolsts wn. lailcl with delight. They met with no reilstcnce. There was no organized force to oppose them. The remunnt of the government forces that had reached In re wa without ofllcors to command il The oSlcers hnd deserted. mid the confusion one fact stands out ns clca. as the noonday sun tho revolution lias triumphed. rcr;ine town laWyundway W;, BOUNDARY SURVEY. oino or - tier Territory Thrown Iotn Ico by II. Mrs-- i ltntif t'aW. Ajctqio, Tex., Ojt. 10 1. P. utrTlb, n'mOrcliantof rronfera," Jtler., tvUc'i was supposed to bo located on e lietween Mexico and theCnltcd the Stat- ' -- nol lr - -t cnn.ll-laioa- lli-- - u l . arr.ved here Sunday. He states that 'he international lioundjry survey hxs lieen completed some distance past that place, and that the old bounutry .ine is been greatly changed. Tho ust at I'rontera was found to be nearly four miles south of tho line, ind its removal to tho line has been several rich mining properties, whli i for tho past several years havo beer, worked under the United States min ng laws are in Mexico under tho new survey, and tho ow ners nre very exorcised, ns it means n heavy moi loss them on account of the duties on the '.re, which is smelted In the I'nitcd Those engaged in making tho btntos. inrvey hav. suff red many hardships owing to the l.iel.Af water, and many desoiiions from thcialxirlng corps havo oecnircd. ri i 1 1 MEDAL FOR SPEARa III. (Iilcigu Admirer Will III Iho I In lltlng II) lllin. dm too, (K't. 10. Liveryman Spears, his ability ns a dead idiot at bank robbers nt Coft'eyville, Kiis the other day. has some w arm ad miii r imong the banking fraternity in A subscription list was ills Chn.igix plnieil on Cashier Hong's desk nt national bank, which the I'irst stati-that tho object was to raU' money to present Mr. Spcar.s wi'' n gold medal as showing apprc clni-ii for the dispatch with which ho terminated tho careers of the threo desperadoes. The Ink had hardly got dr in the heading of the subscription list before $220 was subscribed, and then tho list was closed, as It "rvas thought the sum was sulllcient for tho pu'i'ose. The order has been place for a hnndsome gold medal, which w 111 hate engraved upon one side a picture of Mr. Spears with his deadly rii' d d will-in- Cincinnati. Oct. 11. A special dlv patch from Washington to tho tlazotte, says: Oen., O. L. Spnultllng, assistant sccrolnry of tho treasury. Is to angry to sleep. One of his subordinates lks defied the order Of tho president of the' United StatcMke quiring foreign steamships to sublet themselves to a twenty days' quarantine im fore discharging their paaaeiigers Thn steamship Muonch.cn, of the branch of the llrcmcn line, has lieen pcrmlttetl to.pftss quarantine, and land her passengers In llaltlmorc, In utter ulsregarq of tbrj onler of tho proa-den-t. A matt named t.tchardson, resid ing in llaltlmorc, causcu a cablcirain to leSnent to Europe, stating that if tfeo Mncnchui-slioiilbring lnimlgntnls on her next trip he con Id secure their landing by tho uso of certain Inlluenco which he possessed. The steamer came, brought nearly seven hundred Immigrants, and arrived at Jlaltlmore seven days ago. Her arrival was reported to the treasury department, and she was held In quarantine.. Tlio surgeon of the Marine hospital service boarded and inspected tho Mucnchcn, nnd announced that all wero well on tioard, while the ship's! physician certified that there had been no sickness during tho voyage. This was all xvell nnd good, but. under the order of tho president, the ship would havo to remain In quarantine for twenty days An agent of tho ltremcn lino called upon Secretary Spaulding last Thursday and asked him If there could not bo somo way devised for releasing the passengers nnd immigrants, ns it would be a hardship to keep them there, and illness might result from their confinement. (Jen. Spaulding wns considering the matter, and giving it humane attention until Monday morning. Ho was trying to devise somo method of releasing the immigrants and passengers, although he was adverse to doing so, on nccount of tho "brag" of I'.lclianl.in, vhrj had promised to help violate, the order of tho president before the ship sailed Luropo. morning, from Monday strange as it may appear, becrctary Spaulding received nuthorltativu Information to lha effect that the Mucnchcn had passed quarantine last Kriday, discharged her passengers nnd immigrants, and that they had departed for s parts kr.known. Seventeen of them had gone to New Yorlt, and scattered from there all over the country. Secretary Spaulding telegraphed Haiti-morand received a reply saying thnt the ship had been permitted to pass quarantine because the surgeon of tho Marine hospital service had given her a clean bill of health. Secretary Spaulding has now telegraphed to know who gave the surgeon of the Marino hospital bcrvice authority to disregard the order of the president, Tho collector of the pert ot - Italtlmoro Is absent, uncity." rrnm that ft fs gave permisderstood thnt he sion for tho Mucnchcn to pass quarantine and discharge her pavscngcrs. Just how Itichnrdsou worked this scheme, nnd who Is the actually guilty person Is iiaac yet determined, i ho case is one of the most flagrant violations of nn e.x ecutivo order ever known. It is not merely that the passengers of tho Mucnchcn were discharged and sent throughout the country, for no fear of danger nrlses on that account. Hut this matter is a discrimination of one port ngalnst New York, nnd all other ports. The question is a very grave one. The fact that the Mucnchcn succeeded in violating tlio order of the president is known already to all steamship They naturally draw lines in I.tirope. the conclusion that If the president's order can bo violated tu llaltlmorc, it jan at least be evaded in other ports. It Is expected that they will at once start to ship tho immigrants whom they aro now- - maintaining nt a great expense to themselves at their European shipyards. Assistant Secretary Spaulding w II not let this matter rest until tho guilty party K found. al car-loade, given nigaalj the largo exercises master of reading of t declaring th Aatbo re "In accordi tion by th Stater, ami J oureoaBt b unfurl As, the --1 ula& la.'J Then, at I dWpuplUj military gtaaee.tiM i stiff the, 'fthcwrVlic.,fpr, which It stiiUaV Hon inuivisioie, Willi liberty and Justlc, for all." Then In unison will sing" "America." A prayer anil an acknowledgment o! Ood follows, ar the songo VJolumbusI day will have t first rendition. In public. Tho firs' stanza Is glvcm in tho accompanying i ut. The other ktanzas follow: SCELEDRATION. umhui pay, n, ctillt Loiiimlitee. on Friday, October assemble. At half- of veterans will "Hding n Maine ns ota ns In Loulsl of nntiils tvlll moot the entrance nml he building. At a PUs will gather iu the yard where the talc place, and the me will hoe-itha sldenl'a proclamation '.a national holiday. .dslics he announces: this recommendn- nt of the United of our devotion to flag of onr nntion Is school." es the ton of the til lead the assent- for 'Old Glory.'" m the principal. ag und give It the :H "I nlcdec nllo- - .r. it In Ihe llirht of It stars as fold on fold Is fluns to the autumn sky Uplift It youths and maidens with songs and lolng cheers; Through triumphs It has wared, rapture through ngonlea and tears. Columbia look from eu to .c and thrills with Joy to know Her myriad son, at one, would Uap to shield II from a foe ' And sou who soon will bo the, atate, and ahapo each great dee ren. Oh, tow lo lite and die for It, If glorious death must The brave of all the crnturle gono thlt starry flag have wrought: In dungeon dim. of gory fields, It light and peace svero bought. Am! you who front tho future whose day our dream fulfill-- On Liberty n Immortal height, oh, plant It II rmer still' Tor It Coats far broadest learning; for tho soul a supreme release: I'or law disdaining license; for righteousness 1' 1 nnd and plan Makes a nucen man' While fori tcr, fathomed It pilots to tbo Kullk. Kor valor bom of Justice, nnd It ampleat scope pctte; of every woman, a king of every llko Columbus, o'er Truth's un- main hidden Isles, a grander realm to Ah! what a mighty trust Is ours the noblest Tp keep this banner spotless Its kindred stars ncatiianu crown Our mines their treasures laiish for mint and mart nnd town Illcb fields and flocks nad busy looms bring, plenty, far and wide And statelier timpUvi deck Iho land than Itome'M or Athens' pride Aid science dare the mysteries of earth and wave and sky -Till inne with tis tn splendor and atrcngth and silll can i Ic Yet, aboihl lie reckon Liberty nail Manhood lest intn. thesis And slight ftn right of the humblest betweca our Lircilng sobs bhould tfe. be fMse to our sacred past, our fathers Qod forgetting, This banner wool, lone Its juitcr, our sun tx: nigh hi settdig' Uut the dawn will scsmer forget the eatt, thd li.li'i their ebb aud uow, Than you forget our mfll.int Qir am! Its match. less irlf la forego' Nay' you will keep It high advanced with cter brightening sway The banner wbote light betokens the Lord'n dlvtherday I .end Ing Ihu nations gloriously In freedom's holy way' No cloud on tho Held olaiure no stain oathe rosy Isira Ood Lions you. joulhs and maidens as you guard Ibe Str'tms and Stars. WHAT THR SCHOOLS AltK TO DO. etcr tunc it at t 4 tU a M taa -f mmrmEmmmmm fW be asa te M eka rW Mas B-a- a I aara Dear country the star of the vallunt and free! Thy exiles afar are dreaming of thee No fields ot the earth to enchantlngly thine. No air brcattcs uch Incense, such music as thine. Humanity s home! thy sheltering brea.t Glte welcome and room to stranger op pres.ed. Pale children of hunger and hatred and wrong I'lnd life In thy freedom and Joy In thy song. Thy fairest estjte tho lowly may hold. Thy poor mav grow great, thy feiblc grow bold. For worth 1. the watchword to noble degree. And manhood Is mighty wbtro manhood Is free Thy promise awaits, thy future unfolds. And earth from her twilight Is hailing the ran, That rises where people and rulers nre one An address follows In which the story of the four centuries Is told. Wc give it in condensed form as follows: We. who are hero met twther are now teal ly In lomuam wtih H,n0lo.X) pupil of put'lic schools. That Is the thought, thia day, w hk h stirs our hearts Thoagh our eyes do not sec all thee, we con see them with our minds an army of 13.0 W.oiw boys and girl, gathered la school bjies great and schoolhousr little, throughmt the land - country lloUn aul iillwlUi U .fi,i(.-- . at,lbc.rcauC3t of orttr is..... Ail Ihe president of the United State for one pur pose. That purpose Is to telebrate the discov ery of America by Colun, I 'Us. whose ship II red a gun 400 years ago this morning, to signal that he then llrst saw the new world. Yes tho New World For that discovery added more than a new continent to the other continents. It changed the prospect of mankind; it opened troat land, to their labor. It gate them great new hope- -, and o made the world new. Hate those hopes been disappointed No. Tlut thers nro 13,000 0)0 American children In free school rooms thl morianz is the best evi dence that those hope, hate been more than fulfilled. Hehlnd blra. tn old Kuropn Columbus Jef t our own ancestor men women girls and hoys without any better pro.wit than that of toll ing and lighting for k ns'. and nobles. He left behind him a world whrro the moil of the people were common jsople and where common iieople were tn ati d as hating few human rights. He saw before him a new world, w here those common people, et free to do their own will, wero by and by tn establish ihe same rights for everybody, free education for all the chtl for tho dren undagoterntnentby the people. He saw before blm thi. America, wnrre is- WO.fWof us pupil of the lommon school, lire Ihlsilay met In tliank'i.ii'e.s to uoi wno sent Columbus forth, ant who moied our forefathers to make this u .. of freedom, law and schools. All that our forefathi rid dwe rerrlte It was done for us; It is given to us freely Si upon us Is latd a mighty trust I poit us is laid the duty to rd patriot, llko thoe who made our land Ihe glad place It ts Thi isvWe lotay havo made the school chll Iri i alloier the land the. leaders In thi Colunihus dat ci lebratton. so ns lo git e to tut a lesson n patri disin whlcll wc never shall forjrot Venre Wo ran begin lo nn palrlots uow patriots as soon as we lore our counlrv and Its Hag. When wo try t" make our school a better school, when we, In i make our games fair games, we begin toi patnoili citizens And then, t)e, the I is and girls of America ' mm and wonun of are going o mil have America lielorclorg t.rysoon togoiern the towns and tides build the school shall do that and mukc the laws W'h.neterwe tuakrs all the iioople happier will make our country's flag brighter Ilutif weahiuM voto wben we grow up for things that are wrong that would stain Ihe tlap So, lot us pronu-- c that the nag of our dear laud, whiih, so proud nnd bright, ttles mer our heads today, sha netrr be stained by our fault 11 us pic Ige ourselves that the great name America shall foretrr mean un equal chance to etery clSen and loiotoall the world. O union of states and union of souls' A Francis Hellumy, chairman of tho executive committee, offers the following among other suggestions: It own morning celebration. .be-.- The Hrst duty of each school 1 to attend to Teachers, superintendent and school lioards ertnfer that acuon may bo harmonious, d Iho bout resalts attained The celebration should be explained to each school at the earliest moment. It should be so In-- u presented us lo awaken enthusiasm. relating tn resting topics Columbus ami the dlsiotcry should be suggested for sp-c- lal Iui itlgatlnn Such topics might -Is Tht Map of th- - World before tho Dlseotery. Intentions and Kvents of Kurone Just Hefore the Discovery," "The Story uf Columbus, The ships of Columbus," "What Columbus Kxited to Find," "Geographical (Irowlli of Iho Uulteil States," "Suite of South America" etc The teacher should as.tca the address and the ode to those wbocnnrtnder thitu most lntelllgsntly. The Hag saluU- - and th- - songs should be jierslttenlly rehearsed. Important committee ot pupils should Is appolntel I. A committee of Invitation, whose duty Is to see that thn family of each pupil revel Yes a peclal Invltttlon to Ihe morning exercises ol October SI nnd also, when Ihev arrlte, o ahow ttictri eatT"- - A color KVMawraoso Wtr.-s,- ii sosenil I Iho achisol ha. a riair and1 a stall In proper condition, C- lo meet Ihe a they arrive, and escort them with dig nity lo the principal In Ihe scbnolhousc; (3) to ui t as aids of the principal. An efllcl "- - adult committee of arrangements This committee should nisi lie constituted. that seats nre prepared out of must see doors in hopo of fair wta'her. and that a room is also caguged for Ihe exercises should the day be stormy, ih fiat tilting decorations and printed programme are provided. 13) that thn looul press I Interested and Invited; (I) that arrrangements are m ide with tho veteran and other special guests for tho parts they ore lo take. The school principal must mako himself personally responsible for Ihe work of each committee I I.lbel on the Cow. and iM.'- ' W M Sti.T Lam:. 1' t.ih. Oct lb Thesixtv- second annual conference of the Mor mon church hns closed. The reports from Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona nnd New Mexico showed a total membership of over 200,000. It was decided to dedicate the new templo on April 4, Ib'Jl. This was commenced forty years ago and has cost ty,J00,0O0. A Marmot Membership. . . r.- - i r Litti.i: ltocic, Ark., Oct, 11, Tho cast end of this city was thrown Into excitement by an assault mado by Marion Williams, colored, upon Miss Ilosa Henderson. The man in his, efforts to overpower the woman threw her on n red-hrescued her. Wllllnms is in jail. Brute's Dejporate Work ''' "The cow ts n born thief," said Thomas (Jrimshaw to a party of pilgrims who were discussing zoology in the l.lndell rotunda. "She will leftve u square meal, gotten up expressly for her by un imported chief, to wear her tongue ns thin us a political platform trying to coax a wisp ot rotten straw through n crack in n neighbor's barn She relishes nothing so much as what she steals. She has a long head, and could give many of our military heroes points on strategy, Any cow that has paid attention to her education can open a garden gate that fastens with a bank vault lock, get inside and tlo fifty dollars' worth of dam-ag- e before tho infuriated owner enn remember Hint the shotgun is not loaded. The cow Is u calf, if our city butchers are to be believed, until there Is no more room on her horns for rings. When she is too old to give two quarts of mill; per diem mid then kick it all milkmaid, the over the careful farmer drives her on a railroad com-nercidetvy-lipped tr eliH-Ho- store, burnlnghorseveroly. Neighbors were attracted by her screams and track, wrecks a freight train with her, and then biies the company for the price of n Jersey. Of course the company kicks worso than the cow evci did. Ii nt the honest agriculturist gets a jury of fellow farmers nnd the soulless monopoly has Income totaw." St. Louis (ilo be Democrat. Wnsu'l tlio l.cnernr Cnir. In it seaport town, a general and uu i lt. Hir Lift In a Dji I I.ANsino, Mich., Oct. 10, Ono year agd Tolm 11mm was struck bv a Michigan i entral express train and instantly kill oil. Iinrll.ins nf bis lnul- - bpllllT strOU'll ' i V Republicans Indorsed by Frohlblttoaltts. Sr. I'avj, Minn., Oct. tl. Monday afternoon tho representatives of tho state prohibitionists indorsud tho re along tho track for several rods Sat publican candidates for tho supremo urday his wife, while walking nlong tho bench. track of that road with llowers to ntaco Juitic) Shins Takes tbs Oath. upon the grave of her husband, wai Washington, Oct. 11. ticorgo Shims, struck by npasscnger train and Instant- jr , of Pittsburgh, took the oath of otllco ly killed. Sho lost her own life in resMonday as one of the Judges of tho cuing her pet dog. United States supremo court. Olgantto Lurnuir Dis'. St. P.u i., Minn., Oct. 10. -- The Northwestern Lumber Co., has completed tho purchase of tlio mills, all the lumber on the Kan Claim river, und nbout feet nf logs which will be on hand nt the end of the season, belong ing to tho Mississippi Kiter Logging t.". j lie price is kaiu to ue j.uu.uuu. Hjw York Cf.y Cro7dsd Not since tho NVw Yoiik. 0-t- . II Washington centennial 1ms there been r i n-- l i l. i - I Soiii-'llilu- crii'-hci- l. busine--manage- t, dctnui-roll- such larire crowds in tills city ns nt thu present time. Since Saturday they have boon pouring in from all directions, and each trajn and lwat is inpidly augment ing the multitinlo already here to see tho Columbian celebration. Not 6null-Pj- x Cjasreiatloaat Trleuttsl Council. Lonikin, O, Oct. 10. The case of Minni:acoms Minn., Oct. 11. It Is small-poreported from this place. Is ONpeetul that .'.00 delegates will be presnot given much credence here. Mist ent at the National triennial council ot Illdsr, tlio young ludy who Is the Congregational chitivhes of tho supposed to have the malady, is no United States, whlcll will begin u wortc. week's kcaslon hero next Wedncsduy. x Then folbtvs a mnguifieent ode admiral wero neighbors The general's wrltteti bv KJnti Dean l'roctor. This house was fronted by a grass plot, on Is ns follows and concludes the uniform w hleh he claimed tho right to pnsture exercises. One day his wife complained a cow. u UMIII t 8 IttNNKII falling short. Ood hrlplni' me," cried Columbus, "though the supply of milk was The sentinel ueeouiiteil for tho defifair iri .the breeic, I w sail a sill tUl I tlnd the land beyond the ciency by saying that the pasture had went astf lntol boon mucli trodden down by the Sonneag'.. n. .'it lento IU eyrie, bent, thongh public. Thereupon the martial despot tin- til i. should bar, To fold Its wins' on tho loftiest peak of an uu- - gave onion, that no human or other isturt nnlmnl except the cow should be al' and told abyss bn followed And into ibe lowed trll the grass pint; mid lidded the si uu. stun we-- e nut particular iu those days Nor gulf ii " f - '" could fright his sail till Iho men that. If this rule was infringed, the tiondri: iiueal was done. Hut cli. the in tlglla, tho murmuring, torsentinel should lie flogged. Soon aftertunus '"" ward the admiral's wlfo, hns ing ii press Till the I'ln' - '"" aid (he shout of "liid"' iuir eiiirairi'iileut, look a shott cut ovei nigntnbiazr: sit Uu am (air paradise la morning ""' grim, in disregard of tho sentinel's Till the shot "Com tiulin ,ii .ld. tn stand back. j repeated sou from tlio coiUored deep mon soldier, kill lit the I any, And n wnrl oi tnciiKrs told' and "All I rr banner! The best age U "don't you know wt.nl urn?" Ihe know ih that vou'io in it the general'! Ugim 111 ni-d- c i oitt-utlc- We aro the that n Measun b throw . Hut his rur. For he sn furti' Iho mariners wlioo voyage via. done, 's Columbus gate and rltcr- in that roll, luUst bounty w is it new- - world tn cow!" Dolls Aiifonnut. 111 ii lTft.tl Will, old fellow, I nskod MIn Amy last night to marry mo nnd sh lleslln Did ah to ihiIu yon' Dolly Nol sin) produvsHl lite by th instawtutltUHis Iraki' Miguaine, 1 1 "-- n s (glnotrt nnd fear were laid at Mr, Harrlcon Much WKir. And Ihe g' .t thr in s of heaven wont by, Wahiinotox, Oct, 11. Mrr. Harrison Maun, of I.vnnstont nnd his wlfe,iito tfceji '" i pride and thu Icrdlliig s titers o bo Bucd for I2V000 by Mr. Mrzlr) wus much wenkor Monday night than And were ' n that Vila! air, i whrn sun anJ wind tuirp Mnnn, ihe wlfo orthelr son, Iklward the hnd bo tn fur ome day past, owing A.fJgsnre md bare of the distn the muro rapid progrv-sMunn, otl.il) ' Mho allege thnt the mayor mid Ainl large, Uiiowlcdifc Uawntd ease, She slept the grvutcr part of tho And fretiloin "Is wife liatro been engaged In u conler "it it to span, spiracy to ullenatl tho affection of her day, but tho sleep was not ol n refresh. TV blriiu ku not of prlt'tt or kin;, but nt Ing character. 'I muni iuituand, riei world' banner to greet the asVplKt lln i A Huntir Lsitt Hit Lift. Killed by a t'v Wirt. ullant s n 'asto, O,, Oct. 10. Albert ICnnaga iMiithWiiiiK. Oct. II. While line Lit il. io. . anta still follow Its btuaw M Idle hunting had thu tide ot hit fuvu men umpk.u-.uin io "t Ihcy run. by tlio Indianapolis rlt'lfs with shout und Iijimu lo I Med with lrud.u hand iio--n from tho Light and Power Co. Monday, were re- Till tbo wide ii sltliilnt; high. wrli'omi trm and other Injuries which wlllprob pairing lines, John P. Tolllvcr touched And our tagle (niiu lona.lvutattdl to bha.la w-- v ablycaiirej his dentli, by the explotloq a live wire and foil dead, receiving uu ,IV Mi. t.r s..' "f sf nit gun. r estimated shock of 'J.000 volts. s i . . um Htr Hatbial'i" Tartoti Or JS,000. Ciiicaoo, Oct. 10. Mayor Otcar IL ' walls'' the past with fdluro's open sUv. 11 tlir.lrx iWiilluml. dlltritt, no thoimll tier tu'g.v procuM, i i IW f J "1 want to loill for duuelng M .Slide 'Ves lr, hiri you Hro. A nice Maa shoew and you pair of kiugaroo-ekl- u know, sir, for hos, the kuiifaroo can't be Wutio " Tan dm triuo that ll,iirwllki" I 11 Ittslrattxl b ta fual lllll wMU liaH; Ufa, tltt) MM talug lor IMW 10 tw i w reii- mWnshlrtfltoa Wir. Diuclug Master at tHiina uiua ahoe PsrfrMSt-lEaWgi- iV'ytOBliT VtiMimMM 'H Jl . - k i tMmxmziteiSLmmkirtobMramvsii 'i . ' j' ' .i' ' itiy " ," i i ', "i s tt. T- - - - s. - , T1! " s A. 8. KOSKDT.B, An ONI -- i'hiUgri1icr, and it I CiinipMP 0M tmwi. "VI I "tr?" H2 MCiiMAN CUUKIKR. ftn t I . , in hi ."'.".y-- tj' ; iill I tilt It -. I a't ' , i. t 1 ' . i !lllatil Ht Umrgin It Is stld that there arc n:..ny ftup negroes along border counties 01 Xcigltlior. ,1. I). Anthony, ono uf tho iae! vro do uoiiyli the Ulpnblloiin who Kentucky and Tennessee prominent Prohibitionists iu Ooor ocr. 14, l?!2. PKIHAY, .' their bos! to evade it. Hut Keutucklatis Vote tiJ-'- n m,w so freijueiitly from one DKA1.KKS I.V and StlltO tO tllO Ottipc tllUt tll(VBlMtC('- gla, who was nn elector on the heir Presidential candidate used election luv In Noienlur, ticket, is out in rk letter an t.i Ins iurluenco to secure its pnst'Oll IIUl If J I IMiK K their ninny are iu danger ( h know thctnselveii ivtiirli State nouncing nun no win oio for M(, W.cn it won before tlio Son. Air I'. votes unless they conform to some i,8 lnt.r i,0,e. ll( lwn that poli T are iiillinri'l li iniiotiioei fr4. Vv Cleveland. Ilo says, iu giving ij8 (,.- the Minneapolis convention v ? county w n run M0.4S, f tioinus. is high, it is also leal excitement iSij. Jiilge uf tbl, reasons: put It in the ptatlorm, ami itarri lor Circuit tVitt Tho polls open nt in- ni., and said that ell'orta nro being made to Judicial DMiriei. ih rir-n:iii omloinoil it hi IiIh luttisr "I'it st-- tuy Heretofore Iu ciiRthic . ''1,s " P 'Hip Itepubliean SVUtJF.l. domicile all such, nnd more, iu Wc rc i.nhorlied M ballots for candidates for the "f II. Ult'liMLVXO. of llrnpi eouim, it. A voter in nllnnr-i- three mill- - Tennessee, iu Older that they nuij President and III li m i'iniviiiriuij imuiiuii in ii cin.ll.Uio for Olicuil Court Jlgiii utca ,In ,i.j..t, to preparoliiH nl. vote llio Republican tlckot iu that knew was not jeopardizing tlio it in'il retpD'isiblo for it. hiMh FirMJul.9i.il I'Hirict. i'ho iimin purpose for which it 7 I'lne rmnttnr at f r allf r'rtu'pl rH" of I'lali Milium W sr1 oSerlnj nil nrI - . Jot, but no longer. Stato. Thoro are many Kentucky solid South or chimera to elect m to be tibcd is obvious, but the om 'ill line t nuiuu--..- f c'mlrii. Mooitom, Tnbtos, tUironua, WonhaitdnitH, v 1..1 ballot. negroes who cm not bo bought to Democratic candidates, but It s program to bo carried nut when1 Tho voting la tltiiie bj r luiiiiiiuimmiiii' , aa w.KiiwniM WnrrtroUou, Cnariitjor Sotn, rinlliuoai o, SprliiKH, .0 no sniiuit vastly to tllO do such dirty work, but there tiro; nr the- tiiueieui now. i l ntiu,rrl botl.oloum tlirr 'i. a iml machinery la In operation mih' We .ire n.nlnrhe J to announce Mr. M. T. mill the llllllot is fumicllCil Snulli to tho DemocratU . ........ ..k nfi'iii- iiiiiii Ik i'iiiiii- .... i- I. . . ... r Uittldrtak'Trt' OjoHri nJHeoaol nil eoinptllUoa tn tfcla "Ii JW" innh-turut .II ii tv ' slIBl.iiol'itNK, of Ciriinicoiint), m voter by tho clerk of the election, I' oriiniiN ot nera wno can. rv t ureaienmi ii.iiiisnow leariu 1. - j: X Ioh itn Milal u Umiol ' orrr n luttro lino n( 1. ,tn ,.,,, v.,i oiinl Icimiii i nun. mil ii.i . . , . .V.i.;.. i .. r ..i oin.lM.ilf for (wiiimoiiwMlin Attorney Iinllnt r..i.it.i.i iewh ,.;; l.t" i airing ma Jt Wvik tii.uli.ll. tuc k and rennesseo Democrats, iiiiicruiii ii miiiuMiiMsioiiiu "J .f.SJSWA in (he first Jihllol.il District. ,. t .w, r"" ,j. la.' jtUb'tk : 'furnished by nny otlifrtlmti the nilKo, arc on tno alert, an, w... till aniilimnnia nntntirr ntip iiaimI. " 'V. jAi'te- -Democratic nartv and will have cm lencers nt the noils to ,i... election clerk Is llleil s " itu tlio Loitue rational eiec Kiir.ini'v. ..i. imimi ,iii ..i.t.i. . iiiv unit' MttM' by tlio spot such menj who are not com look uiiu dellvoinnce iiuiuii "i fenf CDM ', ' I), not bo received or couited M for from the We ro nntiiitinef Sor V)t, JOHNSON" candidate fur herHF of ijlldgCfl. potent voters in Tennessee, nnd rul evils that inennco ns. The honm "'"J prions Democratic , tUNUi'Acruituiw ok Titu uclkuiuibu COWOILL'S SYJ3 SALV2. Kullon dimly, allliu miming elrcllcn.j All ticketB, the ifrWcrutic Re- - siirli ns aro deteoted will be pun- Foroo bill, with all its fearful re fltroiiRholils up North, wo may rf suits, stares us in tlio fare. The confidently look for a different ktVKor NrurnljU anil KliriiiiiaUmi, We are miihorlieil lo nnoomice W A publlcntl , I'rohibitio'u nul People's ished to tho full extent of tho law Republican party has ileelnred In r politlml nfltfrt now cnmliil itr for MierifT of MIUOK ' 3 tllO EDtlie COWOILL'S WEASEL OIL. nnd without mercy. Our Ken- favor of it beyond n doubt. Should exists. Now Vork City will thou Fulton county m lh. eiiauiug elemion. i'rLV, are printed jOlI .sheet. At tho head ofeacii iick- - tucky negroes are warned not to they succeed in electing tliolr can- return several more Republican Q tCrhor 1'1U, et is it (lovice, tho Demicrallo de- engage In such business. lir ttlrruit t'mirl Olrrk. ilidato to tho Presidency and cut Congressmen thnu at present, COW&ILL'S PILS OINTMEKT, moro tlimi twenty negro a majority of both houses of 0u "'"' We nr nutboriteJ to announce Mr. J. t" vice is n rooster, the' republican representatives from tho South ciiuJUnle for Circuit nn englo tho People'spirty a plow S LITIXK LEVIOK I'llH t'AKMKIta. Eruss, that bill becomes a law. ji UOYSTEK hi For Tctttr nml UingworDi, Cojrl CUrk o( Fultua Cuuuly, l the iii rentier tuo itepnutican con so, no imagination can mill hnmmer, niiiltfjefjji-ululttcnnutug lrcllon. Harrodsbnrg Sayings: Farmers nieluro the fearful couseuueuer rol of tho future Congress ubso- COWOILL'S TSTIER OINTMENT. tax-a Phoenix. A inure is printed will and sure. uotico that nil things they that would Inevitably follow. Tho Xitely safebe laid uponHeavyprop-eru- f ttir Kor Woriua, tho should Tjik tariff tax docs not bother around ench ofheso devices. Jf have to sell nro lower in price than L'eneration Hint would follow us of tho whites to dovelop and CowgUl'o Ploasint "Worn Syrup would not live to sco tho end of tho Third party speaker. Why you want to ote the whole Dem- they were six years ago. Wheat, Its d're effect. If I cast my veto extend the public school system SAriSh'ACTlOS (WAKAXThKlt OK should it when ho propoBCs to ocratic ticket, dip the rubber stamp corn, beef and pork, while cotton for prohibition I do so knowing of those Slates. Separate schools rUK MO.VKy KKFVSUKD. print, freo of charge, all the iuoiiito tin ink pad and press it on hardly pays the expenses of pro- that thero is no possible chance foryiotwo races should bo and tho plan of bringing tho the ticket, under the rooster, in duction. Articles they have to to elect tho nominee, and my veto For Salt by th I'roprlMora, ey the people want! JTIC'IvMATSr. side the square, at the top or tho buy nro higher in price, except cast for the true and tried Democ- youth of both colors into close racy under existing circumstances nnd jqual relation in school and COWGILL & COWGILL, Ogilvie, the Third Tartyite, Democratic ticket. Opposite the sugar, nnd that Is lower only joh u. (oni.11.1, , s.-wi. . churthc ciuv numK. given fair trial, na one rMk,. no tariff is tned on it, but might clout tho Democratic ! It ,. It M A ' 1 M'l'M. sa.VB he is not afraid of the Force iinino cf eacli caudidato in also n Who knows the power of a of tin most potent elements to it is admitted free. Mule colts Kentucky. : : bill. He is not tho first man to printed square. Mnrklng a ticket Hickman, A Cijaa-r- -i VW 1 if A K.I breakdown the detestable under Cleveland's administration single ballot! lWX-kJXgL-C-JLblow Into tho initzzlo of n gun at the top across the devico votes brought readily from fOO to $80 rCS. I have Bald with regard of tho South. The State N 'What ... iiiu ..... ..r whou he "didn't know it was that whols party tlckot entire, but per head. Last Monday, county to the possibility of electing tlio una HHIlisv .1... llliur iimiriiigw m loaded." If there are two Democratic can- court day, better mule colts sold candidates for President and Vice tho races should bo repealed, and &U) per par- any discrimination against tho President of for only' didates for the same office, as for These aro $'25 nnd speak tobead. ty Is equally the Prohibition 3011 facts that true with regard to blacks iu the matter of learning Why don't Keys, the People's . . m -SifffMt U IUImi Uro.. instance for Circuit Judge or farmers, tradns or obtaining employment depleted pockparty nominee for Congress, and Sheriff, then, in addition to the et books. from yourfarmer who had tho Third parly, or Kvery parly, and should bo thor- should be a criminal offense Dr. Dehoc, the Republican nomi- cross nt tho head of the tieket, a mule colt, and knows tho differ oughly weighed beforo casting a white the colored man's right to nee, meet in joint debute t Is yon must in same way mark the ence between ?25nnd G0, realizes voto for cither. My lovo for ny hold oftlce should be SHcredly proSolicits your bimlness. Wc offer tho most Liberal Accommodations there no differences between them squaro opposite tho name of tho these statements aro true. Judge own dear native Southland, which, tected and recognized. A few to our CiiBtomeis ('oiiMMeiit with Kethlilinlud tho I'opnlilican party succeed, years of this policy will solve the Fire, Life, Accident, Greshnm, a distinguished Repnb-ilto discuss 1 ono you want to roto for. Itcnr lienn Judge, who voted for Hurri-'lHanking Principles. destlued to bring my poster'y raco problem satisfactorily." son, has noticed these little fart,! It is this Weaver went to Pulaski to in mind you must not uso pen and and is now going to vote for Mr. into inextricable trouble to tie grammeagainst tho Infamous proTornado, &c. Domocracy Is mini nun fourth generation, ,s that ink or lead pencil, but use the rubplay the martyr," but no one enough to cause me to cast ny contending. o measure or poClot eland. ber stamp only, which, with Ink in th lent, tml he no vote lor my 4)ld friends, the Dm litical tjtuuny ever so dangerous0. IIAI.T7KR. It. T. TYI.KR, J. W. POWIJ1.L, R. It. IIUKVAU Tin: icoiiiikii TAHittr. ncratlc party; and I will aiU I ly menaced tho liberties of the ttlalms vindication. A mass meet- pad, will bo touiui in each booth. A. A. PARIS, W. A SHUCK, J. W.lCOWdll.I,. :l C::ji:iji 3t;: m:tti On entering the election room think should causo overy Pnhi- - people. Is not the cause worthy Tata! kv. ing of citizens held the Mime day Ct tIiikIOII r nn bwrkltli ... of l.lil....!., .,.! Tl.f-- .l the earnest support of every by resolutions the truth the voter is fnriihlied a ticket by Theeplendnl presentation of the ulsunny tVdo 'lik.wVe: honest nnd patriotic Democrat! $2io,inw.inw.iw. tho flection dcrk only; he thou tariff issue by Mr. Cleveland, in ol nil the ch.irges. n solid front iu Let ns Not one should fill to huvo his retires into the election booth, iiis letter of acceptance, is en positionpresent Forco bill and to tho vote recorded on tho side of libDu. Smith, the Prohi. cnndldate alone, flint oft" from the view or misrnlo by voting lie erty and right nt the November strong, clear and convincing that ort'ior. oku mrKMAN hank, fur Congress, frets considerably presence of anj one, and can talk It can scarcely fail to open the Democratic ticket from top to election. A vote for the RepubK UNTUCK V. HICKMAN. 1). ANTHONY. J. lican candidates is a vote for the because, he says, no Democrat to no ono under penalty, and there eyes of the farmers nnd working-me- bottom. piogrumiuo ns outlined above; a will meet him iu debate. If the alone prepares his ticket by markto tho iniquitous and burdenA Curo for Cholern vote for the Democraticin- Dr. Is 'spiling" for a debate, why ing aa heretofore stated. In each some manipulation of the customs KHKKLK. is a voto ngaiust that pro- MAUItUS There l no ne of any one Hiil-- r T don't he tackle ono of the Third voting booth will he found a sholf, department by tho Republican with th Chntfr wlirn ChaiatwrUin ..... .... .. A gramme. WINKS Moroh.a.u.t nnj Ilmrihor Hhiii-Jin Parly or Republican fellows! the rubber stamp and ink pad. party, for the benefit of the mon- Colic fholM It will ' IIMrKlni'x Arnlnt tAlit. opolists who contribute to its cam- he jirosiirwl in site AM) ' ' ,'" ' HICKMAN, KY. When ho has prepared nnd fold- paign funds. A In (he wnrM for (ul, Tier li"ri llinl I a. JT4 v"""k mote shameless raiiiuifii n.l Inow. Cleveland or Harrison, ono, ed his ticket ho leaves tho booth extortion was novor practiced up- irlp.l it ml cur? W. II nin'ip, f Bnilw !rT Sti.vs in .SIt ltlirmii. Trvrr STAT ) N It V. Ts:Jliai Vicnt. ifV vrris J.1U UO RS X J Thf riililr rule i lleimr 1 "viien. tTvf k2r- - Hi.-will be the next President. No and humle Ids ticket to Cliipl HmU, Clillhlaim, Sbopln I.tclcla Uaek. Imptrtfil fot, KANC". ono of tho on any people, and the wondet is w ll, firtt tuflleaul 10 nt Chotfr. at Corn, mii lull Bint Krupiiono, itmt HOODS sane man will dispute this. The judges of ihu election and Imme- tun so many of tho reading and nhfiiirnt intiMliritirin pro'l It 'ol- x rrlmmiiiff, artlnile Cutilnc. flr.i cl FOIl It or in) p)r tnpiirr-1- . ciict I'd rta'lK(otiin cnr workmen. run-UKvoter Is forced to a choice be diately retires from, the. room. It Intelligent maBSes of 1110 onuuir.v "weni iorm 01 nyarnirry, ntnioti as iiMI I ginranlnl to l pcrrrct lirclion. ,1 Jl&iU n Cliot.rn. -' Thi. ltrmnlr " MRDIUAli " outz ilocelveil .r'i iwccii these I wo, prnoticoUy. la tint duty oC tho elecAon clerk by util lmo tieen n employed hor ",e LJT hox' IIuIoobU-tho sophistries ' bj C Ai'.i. , t0 f,.',"",,h ,V 52SVMXV " 'JK-- VWUVT whether ho throws off on some to instruct voters when asked to ' OILS, USD. tlicni of tbo... correctness c IIOTBl, M . COMMEIWIAIi . .. 1. so. and.. case of persons othor ticket or stays nt homo. do in who;"' iiienusnru proposition niai in - The Jordan precinct. In this WOP.LD'S ?AI?. DEDICATION. ,.- .. .... .. . .. .. PKESOlUiTIONS A SPKCIALTY. HICKMAN, KV. to . Mia nnnn '" ' write, ue Will III crcnueti taxation teuiisuiey iiimrox e nnilntl .la " ' -- -' 1.. Tnnnlriil ICrntiiisbv the. Third "" " linrtilfliul -are oe- ; tnoir coiuiiuou. liiu rta IlIm-l- s the presence of tho judges dot the ginning to seo tho delusion thef'try as the Mronghold nnd headCentrally located. Convenient to jiarly siieakeranssert that Weaver squares as requested, mid then have been following, nml it wa quarters of the Third party, nnt Kitcr'l-uiiliiiltussos Call is going to sweep Pulton and Hicksuch voter must retire into the time, for the Republican party was yot wenre reliably informed that Regularly. Kvery Attenocea.lan, n.. Central hoo man counties and the wholo Purt" aell roiuu trip exouraloo llak mm uniisiuiiiiiiiK 11m nun tion given to Comfort nrn but Tliir.l ,l' " e will chase country. What nonsense booth nnd make the cross or cross- a plutocracy. In fact, iiiiliuu f '?, e, .i.iiow .... n i.t that is , of (iuests. es for himself. If tho voter is "OLD IISIJ:A331-rWeaver's vote in litis county will Manually II llilt it is now under! Lnr..T.ot1e,".,l,All",l1.l',H ,icl; . ll' V'" '. D. H. HRYANT, Prop'r. . n mc'ii.ltf, at ?U: from nil Xatloni blind, tho clerk inthosamo way ,i.:.. 11IIIIIII1II.I1I1I1IJII. 111111 :. .ni'B ""m.. nun nuiiicr wuuiu c.ti ...i IL Villi.. IIICIL ...I. ..!..:. !.....:.. scarcely amount to u corporal's KrtM St Ji latk af Ilia trry Lrit Malta fr ... i''"' Molina,n at on fare Inb ''" ...J, may mat k and fold his ticket for tako years of honest Uomocrntle , spread ii"" out a muritv little ' , " of ti l Utta sf , TieU. ..teOoi. guard. ,,U8M,eB8 " rj large scales. P. BALTZER, ,.i,ortlnrB 1IB oi,2iih, iBiiuaitri DR. munogement to destroy the evil him. It Is said that under tho now fr.m vpu ouih of Cairo, mclmitr, from iiuoio HARDWAK, TINWARE, STOVES, On the back of each legal ticket and restore to the mnsses of tho Don Singletauy says ho met PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Clro. thaiicketa wilt law tho Prohibition pnrty viom peoplo their right to equal him up in de will bo found tho fuc simile signa- RiiloiMtlnn in iinv niPimnrn nffnnt. ' ill Keiltnckv is not entitled . to ha vo f '.m "' Oet. M'nio lOih, Inelu.i.e, Stone and "wound wllcb aroafTaralal O.SK 1'UICt-'- , aaj ikal ll ... .. . .. ... .... - ... KENTUCKY. to mum until Oct. Inelmite ..... rtr in ......11.1..1.,. .t bate," and now he is cock of the ture of the County Clerk, anil also ing their interests as consumers, Tim luiiiiun ui i.. urtiiiiiuniuH pui - on ro'ir loett tloket 3ll, for specific HICKMAN, nit? unt trr luwral ilit raatkil Juiliflaa. Upon tho Official State ballot, the rt nnt imin lime, or allren (from al. OTera t.t ,.rofetlonl arlea lo the peo walk, and no man dare meet him. tho written signature of the clerk or producers. e. nil! nt HiekiMD an 'lolnllr. II. 0 N party naving laiieirto poll two tier "n norm or uiro), Alt Roi.ti xuaranlettl lo ta aa MpifeedaJ I He who meets him onco is tired, of the election of your precinct, IIKPORE ANI TI.U1IIK nelCIX.j cent, of the voto of tlio Stato at ' A , 191 Clark irft rhieo Illinoi. ntfire, cor of Jacknon and Kentucky 6t twice Is sick, nnd thrico is dead. and boforo depositing jour ballot 0 J Co1' 1.KT III 1. 1.. '' "' lo,"'"I,"0.u,hQf tho last election. A petition with BHU A , Orlttiu, U. ! For humauity's sako let him be you must so fold it ns to show on 1,000 names attached been Ymk Ilrr.l I. .,. r, . "" the outside the uamo of the CounDAVIDSON, i DR. called off. "' ' V' " :ure ?r- ,.L ol FACTS AND FIGURES. Tbe McKinley law was passed ty Clei k and tbo name of the clerk : , unioi October 1st, 1800. Tho nouse in " C. iu iMcicuuio itiuuiuicuity. There are 107 publleatlona anil ne" The Democratic papers of Ken- of tho election, nnd so as not to O. Certain Chill Cure" C. In Hi lyiuU. nml. aeeonllne to ilia . T renla i which passed it was chosen by the pIciiMint to tnku nml tiiirinlci.4. n 1... ArKiuiHiin, tuci., for w,ora y0U vole KFNTUOKV f diurta cienbj Mr Jno. It llar. HICKMAN'. tike It. u issippi, Virginia, and in fact all' Anv oneshowlnrr how thev vnt people in 1883. Tho first" oppor- ClillilrctiClillU nml ;iinrniitoctI w, I'o.inn-l- f r, all of lhrnt nut, ilurtea cure fever. Large in j ibc innnlh of July, 087.S2U pounJa ofover tho South, have dono well to is subject to arrest, fine mid itn tunity tho people had to pass judg botllct SO ccnti. ment upon it at tbo polls was In For reproduce the editorial from the prisonmeut. Any one leaving, o.A. II.U...., Druggl... lOOlea over Cowgill & Cowgill's All or ovemuer, low. The law was National Republican at Washing- nllemptiuc to leave, the room with IlEREisasonteiico from flrovnr ,r"o In orBee of iml.llcalion. Of ihia Drug Store. op llien lUO Uietlie Ol popular dlSCUS-- ' -- i.. ," MUSK ":r.:: 'otilTiiKbT ton, which Is printed in this weeks' a ticket, same penalties. UUOOIB" onVtht . slon everywhere nnd bad been for Yu b.k. If you ,. l,RV0. l.,,nco m?nB t 10 Cuuuieu. Read it. or. , ,n -- 0nl.rf.il by make a mistako iu marking your months before. The voico of the ou "f "V1'"'8 "0 ,,a8 UUilOll to 11.0 p., ui.,i.y ami l.rf, rlrcnluion of th. nnllH U llm vnnlliit of tho tni.In ticket, deface, blur or mark it, re- nn the notion nf llmlp PAnrn.Piit. Political literature Of our (lay: mat nowejiaier of lie Weat 1891, A Conpedekate soldier is not turn It to y ' gnvornmental concosslon."'! Som.-M- t. the clerk and get a new l tn' " ....,. ... ........... ... .... iu viitiiiuiuiiB r. !. 1.. ..1. cor THE KEPDBLIO allowed to vote iu Kansas, and yet ticket. Any iitvuriiun inviicH erasures destroys j "'tone the !wl nna onoapeal ncwipaper Iiitiiitllli.nl iifTii r tho South is Hooded with orators your vote. No one must Ji in h"he'' '" be remain passed the party of protection "" !l wl" " ,nJ" t oormm from Kansas trying to tench ?,'0I,,U 1 plurality of 23,000 in r"Me darln b.il,U empU. or Hue. within fifty foot of tbe polls for scored ,, support directly J.)reM n,i win ?y roallrd loan 000 It Mlchlenn how to vote. And, ro electioneering purposes. fftvornblo to private and selfish fnm now un.ll No.n.b.r 30, for Ttlr.j rdfJO In In Iowa member, title saino People's party Oneyearin the State.slx months 21,000 in Wisconsin. After it was, ,, nn' ,nr TwniT.niH i:,u. ,.ei. nro iu tho majority in the Kansas in -VC- - -TnE defection of Jud.e Gresh- - Kamembar thtala for ffreatHamUWetklT the county, Blxty days In the passed these States wont Demo- Legislature, beat Ingalls, and can precinct, by pluralities ranging from, am from the Republican party onlera at once, emlio your cratio makes you a voter. repeal any statute. promises to be n most serious nf-- i''"pi'fre. AJdreuTlli: BKI'UIH.IC, to 28 000. Mo ntriYiiN to the Republicans. An JJeforelt was nassed the Rennb-'fai- r Teller TvIIm OiUKer. " ll,,-- .. r .1.. 1.. ir .on - ' .11.. ........It.. uui cnjiiiiiui-iii- . IIkgaubk soino men aro dissatmg iii.iiu iiuiniil.v III IVHIinilB who on,- iiiiiiiinfuiin ui A.ou.;K.uiiX r. Louisville and Memphis, '!' II V. ar isfied and Impatient that tho DemNo danger iu tho Forco bill! 000, and in Minnesota 38,000. Af - ' Chicago Times says n plan is being: ter it was passed tho plurality in formed inside tho ranks of that HiomplilH t'lnlalliin Ailvncnte. WITH ocratic party has not dono this Here is what Senator Teller, the In party which will loco Indiana to tho former Stato was 0,000 PullmRn Bnlfet Siooping Cars and that, when it tins been out of Itepublicnu Senator from Colora tho latter loss than 3 000. and Harrison beyond a doubt. A huge In aerorilnnre irllli the .ictlon of the MOM AMI TO power for .'JO yonis, is no sufficient do, says of this iniquitous mens Mrmplila Confercnoa of Ilia Medio Hal - number of tho prominent Before it was passed Mnssachundher Ttl.MiiplilM. Union KpUeniil Olinreli, South, at lie lint nn setts gave Harrison 30,000 plural- - ientB of Mr. Grcshain finm diftVr- nuil rion, the Committee nf I'unliav leasou why such men should so ure: llOIIUII,- A'tillCHlMII-i;- , lll( ity. After It was passed tho State out parts nf the State, held a co Willi un...1nl.l 1... .ti.l l.l.. ...... .....I. IVnwa vote ns to coutlnuo the Republi1.... "I have read that hill with enro .V B.'l'Umi. UJ fcn". u vlu m for the imi ih. cans iu power tho pnrty they and attention morn than twenty elected n Democratic Governor ferouce iu Indiannpolis this wctk. ,ery amUfuciory puuiicanon 0 n oniercnre paper in it I havo rend It in tho light uy xi.mvm initraiiiy. .,. A iihoahnhxt liiinhnr ,lnillnr . . swear by nil that is good and bad times. n .!... .t.la U La alla,l M.a In lino with these results art. the lironMyn N Y., h as come out 7HS AND QUICK DE3IHAELE ROUTE ni cairn consideration; and I Wealern Melho. ciirlnllto Ailaoeale they aro opposed to. of Gov. Rotes iu lornifllvor & Cev,!U1( mid tariff reil '.lint. In f.ict. tho ami will be n revival that if it wcto presented to TO AI) rilOM fti It n Irtt.r. New Vork, PlillailelpliU, llaltlmore, Wa, 1110 now with tho of and Gov. Russell In Massnchu-- i fnrm iui(j nntly llnnniiiinnn tl..lf 1ia fttTistal nrunn nf TiiKltK wero eleven mil ion party support or alternative I sous and the great plurality nfi McKinlev tariff as n tax ou am the Memphi, ingio". Norfolk, DM point Comfort, dismissal, hoiiier. "nnwn n niin u, ami AJtomu bier saihe itich iiionil, IIutli.it. C'leeUui, votes cast iu tlio last Piesidciitial should not vote for tho bill. A Gov. Mower in tliiu State hist- ,,...,,,,,..,,,,.. ,1Ilr,,Hlianlll,l ,, (.cbr AVork year-- to say nothing of the Re- ,lolMt.s'of tlnTnooror oIbhsoh. I el Itilo. UldoaRo, Ilidiaiiaiiolie, : ".U'lTeV election, mid these nearly evenly moro infamous hill, In my judg- publican losses at tho recent e eomnny Tm ' Clncla null, I,oiillllo .. H U,C tUX 'H ,..,n "8 ll0llvJ f nil iecililiarjr re"KiHHl il. wilt l.o borne ." divided as Democrats and Repub- ment, never passed the threshold tlmiH In MhIiia nml ermont. l,Jl0 )0ormll who IiiiIIiIhii modcitlhy ih p"" haln dure of the pub- i:nalirn unit .Xurllinilrrii I'ulti in of the doors of tho Senate. Avow, licans tin tins limff question. Tlio edly in tho ititerent AND "cutlon, with llio un.lerat.nJing tlmi In of irood kov- A I'LW inoiilliH BIIICP, flays tl,p'l,0HOi " oil Olio who can aflonlt rmrn ihf mlnlalrj an.l wembarabl,. of Memrbla, Vlokabarg, lUlon Koiifte, New . .. Third party speakers say the tariff eminent, it wan Instigated, iu my ( rn.iog ,,f 1..... Peo- Mol'tle, In our bomula wilUxtmlto Frankloit Yeoman, and Mill lloek, Hot is no issue is all billy twaddle Jndameut. by men wIiohb interest plo'a party was going thoswoop .uei. oiiiiii tostimniij irom one n,e cimrcb llbiTnl p.nronKe. Kurely by a In Weot Ten. u,, to o proveiit n full oxproHHlnn ' ,,,u ",1S1"I"'M ouaoios nun to UmIoih, ooiito ami rmiiiiut onort m ail Hprlnga utiU pointArkanaas, Mia- JSh, what funis these millions of lieiaee, Taa, tho Soutli elcctintr Governors alaatppl, Louisiana, and knowledge our al.. Republicans and Democrats are, of tho will of the voters at tlio Congressmen, and oven Ptesi- - a',c"K 'ro,(1 Poreonnl ,,u m may polls." ,UU,B ou"'"1 l0 - fereiiee. with lie 60.000 co'', I'llK NOV III AMI SO III' 11 vt i.n r. Tie dents. That was tho and havo been bluco this was n calculate upon n nubjcrlptlnn lUl ijnite Now, can't y 011 mso tlint the Third flin ............ nliiiol... utliolent to muet exprniioa. IleaMen, it ia ..m ... t.i .. 01 U. ....' rn Iwitu w.i..a.... .li'lrut iy.,..i.i ' Government anil Tin HnB l tliorounbly party means ruin to tho South, Aliilmiiin.- mill IlftNiniir.illd- fliU'rcfiHr,, rraaonabln bi eipuot tunny aubicribcri 8 .... " . ... conilltion, auil prof Idea nn j?.rifw ikvT.tirii. from other ConferenriM, aljaciit to in, Detunci.itlu ThU because it can only contribute to next, Arkansas and nrraniemeiil in time an( lliroutli Wkaveii went to Pulaski, tho amount llm IoMon Cliemlc.il e. Ibat If, to audi f xluut aa will bo conxlst-en- t Fedoral noldior nlooted Governor: ll U tbo tl me anil conwlili their olllcUl relatloua lo other ora. A r'l'jVrill place where he is must hated Iu Republican victory and tbo enact- then Morlda wont Detnociatio, propoo lopny lo nnyiina itIio w ,'prorn , eoiiltice arciirel fy the l,lmlte, l!xprra ,H ,ny ,;mon,i, c euro elmrcli papora, ment of such linib as the Force tho South, and not the slightest bill. (liny ft nigi.c, ri,j heiweo" Gov. Intlm womkrfui effoou of Lemon ci nnd now Georgia It ia intruded that the MempliU (JhrU Trnlna. NortllOII by. UOt lesa thail fiO.OUO Tunic, iirunotcenulne. Anyone oun wi ttai) AJvoeMO ahill, the aulmorlpllnii prlro I.oiilavlllo nnd Mcinplila. and Ihu beat an il Indignity was offered. Ills meet. .. ... ..I our '' '" .. " ncuu. The only hope the Republicans inajotity. Aim sn u win no an II. I but ...11.. CMII Toi.lo Man ,, oonalilerej, oooipare faeorahty with aub n,ulokcat eorrice l.etneiu tbo two ollira ing was tame, attended only by a e rr ollfrnu. It will be milloil lo la at nhurali lull fin This U r. "mv.lie. ns n II 00 now havo In the Htato of Indiana tliinni.li thn Sonlli. for at StiG yer to I'nr foxr of his own followers, the Re- Is In ,....IVr,,.,.," .,.'.'' narlter reatulir weekly laiunpreacher $1. desiredlowrt rait', nnhue iQa, foe, and nil mighty bad your for people to HI" UI11i .,, tlio Third parly. They exply Inf ormadon win The publicans nnd uowspapor report- pect that paity to poll enough buck up against tllO good old Demllaaa pleasant a leinnnaild nnJ 11 ,irSr M with January. Now, without ilnlay let Klliry. lIKlt.NKIt, Ar'I, ! ItKi N. I.. 11. t, Hickman, K y ers. Tlio great mass of tho peo- votes to give mo Htato to Jiatrt ocratlu party In tho South. It Hie rej(iiUr Jollar alia. Aak fur Ixm palora ami olhri go lo work for tho Chill Tonio Hml Or W. P. M Ultltnl.h, A,nt, of the ple ussombled at a different pluuo, son. There Is no doubt tho Third stands for something real; some- you nik for. TakeluaUl on Raltlnu wl.t reiiiUlanci-for N.H.fi M. V.t.'o, Itltei, Tenn. Ail'lrci-- all lall'ra no aubitiiuie, but Un ., ex- thing substantial, and it propones party iu Indiana IMH'.I.AN, AKCiil, mid quietly pasbod resolutions re IK'tlv U'llllt tllOl- will do just llfl to protoct Its bunion against ne bniile, ami you will lliank Ihia paper for Ibo eilitor nJ buaineaa umnager to Rct. Or J In 1). Meinplila. N N U M. V Co., .. uoah Junction. drunlni nur attention to itn inerlu. J. W. Iluawell, rill the eharyca ugaiust nllinniri II. II. Maik.n, Chairman. gnnlli, vit ''anythlotf to gro uomiuniion auu carpoi-uaPrice t,0i. For nU nJ guarantied ty Or W. II. 1'UOUIV, Ocii'l !'"' Ai, Cowoin.&,Cyj(iiLt. him. J.suljTllIc, K'y thiovery. beat tho Democratic party." II. Ii. JoiLNiiua, SoorctRr. Ill OK M AH, KV., Niiiit.ii' lour I II. Allltll'tO. Mllnrnl 1'r.il, P'1T lio Fniea Hill Is one ot tlio uiueut is.sumof tin ciupan;iiM i STEPHENS & TXUSB, ' - lik i - rraiSSsS N - c3, FisniiiiireaillliHMIe'iicrMooife, 1 l. - annn-tnc- Hm-ptnnre- l 1 I , 1 ...- - , 1 i.-.- - t ieu-,imr- n w i . v.. ut JW pr-- i i ji, - 11 . . - ii- - lr '" --- -ir- -- . 1 !"7 ixxff .111 ,m C. 'ou .... I ' A 't"'" '''t - iww ttjJ-F- or HESITWEGK, BALTZER & I th-i- - on posrW tif - HgpgScS3&-'- - - nbnl-labe- EIOIC n. l, WAGON rri a, KIWTFCKY. Vv bo-cau- cai.li-diito- 11 hour-bonis- I 1 1. B. milisoa. I 1 H 1-:Ma- f 0t HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. I I JI.J Po-pie'- s INSURANCE! Paid Up lM4t. Capital $40,000.00. f s DIBECTOH ... So-U- t, t. SWAYK8 DRTJQQigfrt ltaltM' .nd 71-J- n eandi-diitc- n ; Tailor, i 'r l'l-iri- ,:;.::. &6fz$&mc& iSrV.KV J 1 1 . - rst y 1 5rt-cli- ". , .... "" r- -- - ..il. ! 1 -. Drug-nvin- cc I W iJrjV'8fc tf-Sr Q .3SS?: 'sZ&lLiJGs3l 1 ..... - " fii-nr- "' - - vj..,j 'PX1:0 g. J ,r" " ... ';"'' -1 lr ". "' , '.. 3in 33, BRSTABD, I , I L in, . I j-- Iia-- I , ,l, ... 1 - i.. d.. ., 1 1 lro' S.K. Rooflnp,' c, Specialty - I3oo.tis.-fc- .'nHi-jej10- I - I ;FME W'AEIIHi 1 . . I !., ,.,'.:::",." fniV 1 ''.nd'rbUuM .i,, ;,, .r.w Lni-ia 0- prnux-ratl- "r-ver- "TWIOE-A-WEE- hi-n- ZSltaffl t"' J'".""!? , the hands of placed or the claims will an officer for collection. the undersigned, tftSIIAW, nolo or account, previous to the are respectfully year tified to come forward and settle, persons indebted to the late linn of ,i. rir Q. dim-1,20- 0 SH 1 A. W. ..1..-..11- ... .......,.... 1 lo-'5- 1 f' - 1. nrrani-emon- n i:r Ceuries1 leb Officd ..-- , i I lli.-m.- ro-pe- I M II Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job with neatness - H i'"to I .oHiut . w. - To- , I ," ,''..,,",, .i-j- and despatch, r,tt Urle-ioi- , 11 wiud-work- "'l" ,',i." ft ill Heads, .1 iter Heads, I 1 11 ... a nt - i , .,.',, ... Note Heads, Statements, iin """ "''" .! ....-1. 1 . I Envelopes, I lie-- in Hall Tickets, i 1111111T. 1111J - - Dusiness Cards. I t, - ni-- Ti-n- We Uuarantee Satisfaction. fr MmttmwMJM Ji aaaa-aHa-kaMa?lnr- o n"lHf J firfT nMIWW,yTPfflirwFTilWfll, rr.. t ft v V I M- - "saamtaaieBaevsiaiiiaiH , WWWI'iiWWJWifm a WHEW if T S. 7)) ril iil ClllSJJV OJI niMAtl iLB "'irw m i T IT j,fti nre w trla;g w i n fniwiwiniB li I'SiiiMefrrWii DO YOU WANT MldDlUM PRICE UOOI)'! Doi-'Mic. All-Wool ti.-i'. ittiTT.itirrtrWirH n fiMM.4WM'-"rf- - i.iJjp.m.i.- - .. - .... PWIIIPHIIHPl J, lMlMtiBlit llotD GOODS. OH THE VERY BEST OOSS DliESS m-w- , cent Ladies Uokp. cent Menu Socks, .'Jo runts Boys Punts. jU.OO Hoys Suit. $.'l.fiO 'Jo Suits. cents llahy .Shoes. .Mens 88 cents Misses lluttnn Shorn, nil solid. !8 cents Ladies Huttou .Shorn, nil solid. 80 cents Mens Shoe- -, all wild. f cniitM Heat Calico. f cents Hest Domestic, worth (c The finest line in town. The latent tiling in all the popular Oje Wenched Domestic, sold everywhere nt 8c. I iinunings to match in every tiling mat m filiation. XJo "Fruit of Loom," Hlcaeli earth lr the money, worth 2."0 51.R0 HoM Ladies Shoe on 8ie Canton Flannel, woith 10c. tlin lot.Mit vtvli. tint nnnlO to "(' lis. Tf ..in 12o cents Jeans. CLOAKS Hove just receiveii our new Cloaks beautiful styles. i'int.H .Iciiiih. worth 10c. III fact, we can show you anything you want, at any price you want, nnd guarantee fin, Jl( The Cash. Store. New Crop N. 0. MOLASSES 00c Tor Gallon. 18 Lbs f THES VjSk.IL.XJE! COUNTY CAM IMC OX. IOH. TH tSIlVLTTia:., Granulated Sugar For 81.00, AT Wm hi si rlflfl " fl H Jji 'ulill fit ALL I'MthMrt hard it is to keep tho In thtipN It horuin, sometiuiPH, nn the were tleipriiiln pil to wear lliem on in a day. They run, Jump, drug ln':r tops luiythiiii; lo wear otii then Shoes. A shotlily slmo goen vpr quickly. IMS 3W THE YT 3K! The "I.Htle (iiuut Hehool Hhnn" is iliu lllCal', and only lo be found H .w.Tzr.ii - Shaw's. nt know ho Children r.5Mn I local T;:s. vtir Iliirne-H- . A full linr of S'lilillrry and Ai.kkkii McDaniki.. of.nhertl.iug mvuriiiulj nuoceed in imiiiirM Tlinne who iinittTft hiiiI tho urt J. AI. llrown, tho creat colorltishop of the African .Methodist Church, recognized as one of the ablest men of his race, whose home in iu Washington City, but who Is now in Nashville, has addressed it letter to his people in which ho urges the colored people ns a duty to vote for Cleveland if tliey voto at nil. Ho praises Cleveland as n patriot and statesman, uud urges that tho negro, ns it race, has voted so solidin i in- iiinililllill.lll niiiii. i. ly for the Republicans that that ....... . ...... i... Mr. .1. A. Slldberrr nml Minn r, 1 o Hums, both of this eoui.ty)to net Tor mutual interest. It ca.i l"ily uoiwulPretltlicm so certain t,,oy "() 'V"l,r regntded t hem xv pro itiarrlod on the lllili liistant. 1,0 made profitable to all. u factor, uud did nothing lot lliem, Joy nnd happiness bo with them. II. It. A L. A. Chllilrrn like to tn!i " C.C. We; direct attention to the The rj:''lr monthly muiif; of the Oilnlii (bill tort'," llio plea, ,icUlnn mil uml KiiiiniiiHed euro lur llimucial statement of he Farm-c- llickumn Hull ling ami I.omi ever, .iftno ami 'Dilliirin. unit Alcrchnuls' National Hank noeiiM Thtirnlny hIkIiI, '.'0h tnl. , rlfi 30 fin. of this city, ptibliKhcd iu this issue. iIiim nl Inleii.lit mini he mul by 2 p. mi. . - Tho Itepui.lieaiMof thin conn ty nro working like benvers to get out n full pal tv vole to go ..ml lilted la have your eyr-- . tl to SnrctarlrN of nil kiuilx. 8: .Messrs. .John V. .Morris & Sou are putting In a stave mill on the railroad,- near the old pump factory site. le-le- Tho IlickniHU Cleveland antl Stevenson Democratic Club will meet nt tho City IIhII, Tuesday ovonlng, 18th lost., and the in of tho Win. Lindsay Ladles' Auxiliary Democratic Club are specially Invited to attend mid In imrt In ihr Meeting untiio B,,,,ro ll,e l,0,,orM r UlC occasion. lr"'N ' "l0 "f,,v IHMrih.in.it. All good Democr.itH, whether Policies now offtrptlliy the "(),i Mutunl." In pront of dciith, ht- uiembcrs of any club or not, arc fiiro the expiration of twciiiv invited to come. yearn, all piemiumn rettiriK'tl toPiti.tlinr u'illi llin rmiii viilnit nt (In.) lion. Chun. K. Wheeler, of diicah, District Kloctor, will ndo1Ipv Bcti" 'M'oHtlcnl -T- hin .sn campnlKnofr.l.,Ca.,1''C",',01CI,1ll," Very well; lot every o,. iu. B,1('8 of iUf The new ploetiou Inw will bo In tho now iiipIIuhI of voting, bcnooln of liif.trurti.in m rpcrinlly tllnriissetl nntl oxptiiitictl. oiiti'r aitiipn woro crowtimi witn 1'ippar.ittons lor a great 'gooil citioun who prepared Day on Oct. Ulth will be lor nn lutplligeiit expreof their winhes ut the polln. eouniileretl, anil nrrangemeuts ssion Why not tn, such schools In Ken-- i iii:iit lor receiving and euteitaiu-iugiil- l tho isitlng District Clubs tuekt of tho county; ami other matters ir Our Lulies' Flno Shorn rnu of great Importance before the not be excelled in ntlo, In grrnt balllo of ballots on Novemtior iu good wear. Our ber 8th. in not belniitl in Men's fnntwenr J. II. Doiidh, these rexpeets, nml in both hues I'res't Deiii. Club. wo will hIiow, in heavy gootlh. p. Mit.s. I.titr UotiKits, t eellrnl values nt prices that IVes'l Ladies' Dem. Club. he beaten elsewherp, suiuo value considered. I'onnil tliunkl Demi. 10 7 llAl.T7.KU & Hiuw. Till. In llit tn lllioil that tnany pfr'on. pominfucfl Ihr u.f of V. II, Kvnns iiuthnrizpn l!r tr in "ben t hill Tunic " Hut lliokt t tho announcement thut he will Hie llietxnr preach at Heeeh (Trove on the ,'trd in mnjtic iorr.p.rffct lifultli(itoplc bate in chilli Kuiiilav Iu this month nt II a. in., Un tfiorl brskfii, llir iplllle and at Alt. .Mitiiuel same daj at 3 bliioil mrlelir.1. t lie olJ UnguiJ mul tlrcl p. m. Also, nt Sassafras Ithlge at r(tlmg (jone An. wlnlf t3 lVp II n. m. nml .'t p. m. on tin ttli l (rr(in la cure I'acli liotlle In ju to lireli ili eri chill, ml, "lib Sunday. Also, at Spout Springs (hi- 7th uml lllh J at II a. in. on tho 1st Sumlnj iu finriliiit rriiirn. .Maoufciiiivil will The by November, nnd the samo (Ihj, ut i.rmon Co , J;ickitnUl, Kl., Mil rw lork, N 1. nc.irrii itliolxale J p. m. ul w Heeling. Jfiirtl, l'aliicb Ky., where ull or.Ur . A cnntniet with the Lucas ihanii b i,ir,...i. ivic. r.or. t'oru Ship romimiiv has been (initio for by Cowout At i'owuiil. the first rrgulnr nhlp to b hnllt to navigate the Alinslnsippi rivprl lion Chun. K. Wheeler, the rrom St. Louis lo tho Olulf of Demncriitio Fleolor for this and betwern the dulf nod trlct, nnd the ocean and the rher pnrtn tor of tho I'lirohasp, will ntldrens of Mexico nml Ceutt.il uud South the Demnoratiu Club, iu City Hall, America nnd Into be ready for) Tuesday night. Kveryhody invlt-seiu the Spring of 1803 A line pi! lo intend. It was Wheeler who of theno ships will be built. said, "every Democratic wlfo is wy- o uro suowiuc: some nt- worth one vote, nnd every Domot," . (5om,R katlc yonni; girl Is worth u doze..." trM(.x. Ht.,..in 0lir ,,!,.,,, ,IlIPH , Htorm bo lei the Indies all come out to hear Sn gen. Illiimluuteil Serges, nen. ocrnt- this gittcd and tulonted Domgiillues .Saline Caehiniren, newest il em-her- n Tho Iteptihlicniis sro fluppllrtl with thousands of sample tickets to etliieitte the eoloretl brother how to vote in November. Many 'a white Democrat may lose his vote, not from ignorance, but fioiu lutiilTcrctico nnd failing to post himself. This is tho time of year whon blankets uro beginning to bo In thn store Miudnwn, hiiiI this In the jlme In remtuiinr that the blanket which costs' fnun &l to M with tho AloKlnley lav would not cost moro than from i'2 to $3 without it. PiT Hofore Instiling yonr llfn, : nml Ret ihis !'" " f - un tif.i;i:v. CIiun. K. M ELLISOIT 3VI 03XTES "Y! & CQ HUNTS' NATIONAL BANK, TueNilny IS'IrUI, City Hall. A Tidal Whvc Forming. Kluclor. lo Add re the Club. littler, llNlri'l i8 - - tl Demo-erati- c Uieni-selve- s I niee-tittin- can-tin- lli-- 'l.-ni- j- rrl, - Uu-i- r l,nl ., iie-r- 'ln-mi- j goldeu-tongiip- a - - - , - j - eflpctn iu Minsk gomU ' selling . fant. (.mi)" lug our displHV. rttjwwt l(-- "ft, , . t,,. "' are ..allies ,. warned .New ,. '"" ' " V" "" bition at iii-i- uvtui v :... ,i' "' OWU Ale., are, NeV Fall AATrS'D3 & SllA I Wraps now on exhi- - , I H.VI.TZKU w's I1ai.tzi:i: aV Shaw. A test run of the Illckmnn Creamery was uiado nil Friday hint, audit is said that tho ma Tny-lo- 'ehlneiy Mr. It. T.Tyler nnd V. operated s.ttifcfnctorily. we lesrn, have bought the The butler made was of a very Morris spoko factory, uud will superior quality, uud the x lold 514 hereafter operate same. pounds to 10(1 pounds of milk, awniL'O xield is tfir Arbitrator is thn best Flour. whereas, a ho only trouble only J pounds. Sold oxclunively by to Al.l'ltttp AIcDanmki.. Mas ,1... the success of the enterpriseIII.. I.....M1..I.... ...Mi I 1 r, oil Tho local work of party organization among the Demoornta of this county Is progressing with ' moro enrneBtnoas and enthusiasm numi ISTT than iu any campaign within oar recollection. It is tho work of II. DUCIIAMAK, J. J.C noNDrtlANT. It I. ALKXANbEU. J A. THOMPiON, otic home Democrat with another- -. llilga V. Lt. iWl,lljE, J i1, Uis.lUlsLrO, J f. -wiv' und hecauso tho Issues aro sncV as to make each feel nnd appreBUCHANAN, Prertdenl ; H. L. J. J. C. ItONIUTlANT, ciate tho necessity of work, rm) CmMch J. X. UEALI.EIt, Jr , Assistant Caal.lcr. do not lic.sit.nte to say that tho selection is the best ecr not tho result of grand speeches and 1 si oftur the.--e goods at the very lowest from distinguished visiting oru (lucetl in this market. price, and will make special ellort to satisfy all my customers in r.i tors. The indications nre uow Quality, Style mid Price thut the Democrats will poll the' A as t. !TyE2eVfe5?sssaS largest voto in November tlut has The attention of the Ladies is especially called to my been polled for years in n pjlillcal (Successor to POWELL & BKO.,) election. On Friday night Inst a club was nrguuized nt Stubbs' School nut Whip Cord, tip in single Putterns, with Trimmings to match. Douse, mid was addressed by Serges, Henriettas, Ladies' Cloth. Broadcloth, &c, in latest shinier. Ilaving bought tho Oroccri Slock of Powell & Uro., will conlinno the old jutigo u. a. Alurrotl lu u rousing' ii.,:n umi Twilled I antics, all colors, from the cheapest to the business nt that making large eland, nnd announces to tho public that ho is additions to the stock, and will good Deinocratio talk. Tho at - )C.st quality. keep any and everything in tho tendance was good, and nil prosTahlo Damask, brown, bleached ami colored, all qualities. Also, out, except two, joined tho club. Napkins, white and colored. 1 have the best and prettiest assortment of Handkerchiefs, Laces, Air. duo. Stubbs was elected I'resIdeiit of tho club and Air. Jack Embroideries and Ribbons, ever shown in this market, and are sell- tl,cm vcr' fa every day. Line. Farther announcement throngh the Courier ulllbemado as Ncwton, Secretary. new goods arrive On Wednesday, Judge Ifaudle 2 ILW rf"fc H7 ! f 1 iStLjULr JCiJS . nnd Mr. John W.Cowgill addressJ-- t ed the people at Beech Grove, Midi. Children's Ladies nnd Children's Shoes of the x'cry best makes. made good speeches und had a ! good uudioncp. All tho voters School Shoes, with heels and spring heels, as cheap as the cheapest. V Woolen and Cotton Hosiery for Ladies und Children, of the best sri ilfcuaW present oxcept one joined the Mil .m FOR SALB 1JV It never bolls over. double-kn- it knee, heel and toe. m club. Mr. Tlio.K Gleeson was brands. Cliil.lren'sIIobe, kft?59SS uml Coniforts. ywM r.VLtfrj No steam or odor can escape elected President, and Dr. II. II. I would call special attention to tho Into die room. W ilson, Secretary. '4llU Food cannot scorcb. On Wednesday night Air. H. T. HICKMAN, KEXTOCKi'. Tyler and Judge K. S. Murrell Steams up In 3 mlnulej. made speeches ut Simmons' School 51House, both good speeches, antl All the nu'rlment, rich Tyler's n specially happy efl'ort. and iVor of tbe food u ml saisafe m m Call and see It. ? A club of 11 members was organrelaiucd. It's just the ibing you want, ized with .Mr. Wilson Macon. PresFlannel and Work Shirts, light and heavy Needs no watching. ident, uud .Marsh AIcDanlel,Sec'y. as my lino of Fancy Aud yon ought to have It oolcn and Cotton Hosiery, Gloves, Uu ihursilay night, Judge Kan- - weight Woolen Underwear. dip mailo the master speech of the White Shirts, Suspenders and Neckwear is more complete than ever, campaign nt Falrvlcw, nud a club Also, a full line of Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps of all kinds. wan organized. Do not fail to see my elegant line of To diy, Friday, Air. 15. T. Tyler. .Judge Itomlle, Judge .Murrell, and perhaps others are to speak nt Ctyee, and a club will be organized. t a regular meeting of AIv line of liuht, medium and heavy wciiilit Overcoats is tinsur- the club at Mouteomen's School Hnuse will bo held, for the genontl pacd fur style and fit. Come and sec them. A full stock of purpose of organization, Ace. Dealer Iu On lo. morrow (Saturday) night Judge Mnrrell, nnd perhaps othMEDICINES, PAIKTS AND ers, will speuk at Clark's School House, audit club will bo organized. IICK?IAN, ICY. Qiiecnswnre, Glassware, Hardware, Doors, Sash. Paints and Oil conIt is desired to hold meetings stantly on hand, und will not be undersold! nt Sassafras Kidge and the lowor PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. school Districts of the county when a date is named. It. T. Tyler and Judge Alnrroll 1 will speak at Lodglon ouo day next week. o Hi K All tho clubs in tho county are o IlEPORT OF THE C'ONIUTION organizing a com stalk brigade, W New Adverlisemenls. or nud will attend iu n body, on horse- CO Hack'. Democratic Day in Hick FARMERS AND MERCHANTS' muu on Oct. tilth. ' Q ac NATIONAL HANK, NEW GOOD I EAVE HEOSIVSD FABtW AXD CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIUBOTORS. I few Fall and Winter Stock pro-iu- II 1 OFPIOBRS: J nl AI.EX-ANUE- fiKi2a isaiaicM DRESS GOODS, .... ... .1 - well-know- n QESSnSStAXt OROOESRT HTi.tt!isf'j jp i8 - CIHfcI7CJ J5I.HJJjJ5 J. The JIC-mH.MiZx.- r Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker 1 all srJS!2:, FURNISHING GOODS DE PARTMENT. II MB, -! PC fjtf I Mcsi and Children's Clothing To-nigh- 2HEQLB&SLIABI1. OHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, DM, DYE-STTJFF- 3, FANCY GROCERIES, ar a Specimen Cases At HICKMAN, , 1 1 - 111111 I on llmt The Anchor Line steamers .uri bouir. laying up as they arrive nt St. The now nssersiiicnt law, n,0; speaking nt Hickman, Oct. tilth, Louis, the company supplying win their places witli lighter draught htephrusnii bill, requires the As centlyno u nig ovoui. ah me reorganized Democratic clubs sesnr to commence his duties the AtfHiuors. loth of November instem! of tho of this county nro to como iu on The present severe drouth loth of Seplcmhor. It nlso re- horseback in bodies, with bntiiiors, lias retarded full seeding. The quite him lo complete his list and lines and iiiuslo. Tho other cansoil has been so dry and hard that return the tax books by the 15th didates uro invited and expected, fiinncm have been unable to do of February iu the folio wing j ear. but It will bo n regular Deinocrattheir fallowing us early as unuiil. Tho tax books will then go to the io day. Fulton county Dcmourats Sheriff by tho 1st day of .June. will have on their 8tS- - UnyStrotise & IJros' High paint," and will nrnko tho bo valued All taxable estate Art Clothing eiiuul to the bent us of tho 'it ti dayshall November "wnr ring with enthusiasm and welkin of uiiruieuts, To he had the power their organisation. year listed. only of Itwrr.it & Shaw. In theshall convcim Tho supervis-of The businessofpeople should do the ors tho ilrst Air. ltulit. L. Pybusn, postal .March Instead of January. town proud by preparing for their clerk on tho Nnshxiile antl Hicklonoptiou. man road, is to be married ut DeCreamery Meeting. A Ouro for nhoumntlsm. soto, Mo on Wednesday, Out. L'U, All tho Stockholders of tho Dr. I' A skinner, ol Terknn. Ark , to Alias Kate (uintard Collins, ink nro respect- lit an enthnlst In the daughter of Kuv. and Airs, C. F. fully man Creamery mopt In Hick- herlitin'. I'nln lUlm limine of Chun, tin uaeil it for requested to Collins. man, at City Hall, on Wednesday, ItheiimnlliMn, nnd niya,a "1 foiin.l ll lo be a Kith inst., ut ti p. in., for tho con- nut eirellenl local rrnieily." For mile Thcro will bo it grand by C A. DrurKiil. rally ut Piidticnli on Thurs- sideration of business matters of day ue.xl, "0th ins!,, under the aus- importance. A full attendance is 1.000,000 Npolics H'antLMl. pices of the 'Taiiimnuy Club" of earnestly urged. One million Hipkory Snokes Is intended to make that city. It Tho Fulton County Court of!(l,fW) wanted, to bo dolivored it the biggest rally of the camClaims was iu session Monday,'"" l,, Bronnds at tho John W. paign iu Western Kentucky. and allowed claims against tliolMorr,H Spoko liotor.v, Ksist It is it Kindergarten Deinoaggregating thirty.,oveii '"'"" n,Hl for w''loli tho highest cratio school that Is needed hi or thirty-olgh- t hundred dollars,! '"arkot prioo will ho paid in cash. every precinct in tho State. Tho thereabout. Tho For further Information apply to people have mndo up their minds woro instructed to Commissioners Tavlou & TYLl'.U. raise the .Moswhom they will vote; what cow levee ubovo high us to water niaik. Is Information ns to they need now Tho coinmitteo to build Iiayoii MAUICIKIK voting under it cumbrous now sys- Cheiu biidgo was continued, du with tem. In Fulton, on Wednesday evening, 12tb powor to close contract and build Oenrge I'lournoy, ol Padueab, "I ntn its good it Donioorut nn tho bridge. Tho County Judge Inst, Mr. lo Mii Annie M Patterson. you are," said nn Obion county ami County Attorney wore authorOil Thnriay evenlnjr, 13tli Intl., Weaver man tho other day. Class ized to contract for sowers from Fulton, Mr. W. P. Murrell and Miss up. the jail to the liver. Tho In mental arithmetic, stand Plerco, daiibler of Mr. Uevro fierce. iu attendance wpre: Parker, Here la it Weaver Democrat. SubThese happy ones art leading xoclety tract the Democrat and what Is Alofiohoc, Davis, Attoborry, Alex- people of Pulton, and hosts or friends exUftt Answer: A Hepublicnn, ander, Powitt, Hushart, Dickinson, tend coiifratulatlons nml best wlihen for xt bo it not yet use to the name. Jones ami May on. long sml happy llej. j 1 nro The tneotliig "ill lorliliut.l.tn be Ii r 1. at thn ilv, or tin-- fiillnH A r full toeiiej S. H. ClilTor.1, New Ca.el, Win., ws, troubled wjih Neuralgia nn.! KiieunintUm, Ini SSioniHcli naj ilUordt-re.l- , Ida Ller .ii ftOcitJ to an alarming degree, an. pelito fotl auay, aud he was Itrrlblv In tleili and elrenKlb. Three' of Kltcirle llltlern cure! him. FMwnril Micfibcril, Uarrkbnr. 111., had a running eoru on bit Ice of eight year' Hlamling Ibree buttle of Electric Diners anil ioten boie of llucklen'i Sil.r. and bl lee la hoiiiiiI and well, John Sprtker, Calawba, 0 , bad lite Urre corea on hi. leg, iloclor ad he waa iucurabla One botilo I'.leclrlc Hitters ami one boi Ilucklen'a Arnica Salrc cureil for 1c by C. A llotcostnc, rru?g1(t. hi in entirely. Sold at G. A. HoUombe s Tho occasion of Col. Stone's Drug Bloro. hot-tl- in tb STATE of KEN T(,CKY, at tlie c'oe of bunincaa, Sept SOila, 1WU. KICSOUHCES. Lomaamt ili'ftiunle, S70.H2.00 1!S 'tl Otenl'fia, ecured and nnweured L S. llomli to eonre clrculillon PJ.oOO 00 Pue frnni apiroed re.erve sg'la OiG'l 70 ,C97.IQ Due from other National Itanka, llmkinf homo, furniture and at Hickman, Ky , the Southern Kxpress Company will sell at Auction to tbe high ext bidder unless iwoner removed and all charges piiiJ a certain lot of unrlnlratd Kxpr.'js packages (For itemized list see largo pollers.. Terms cash. II 0. KISHl:it. Sup't. 3 It. M. 1SLCR, AKt. Jw On Hitl tii'iliiy. Oft. 15, 1SJ2, ixroTicE: ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persona a i o C o b o o a m 3 CO i a a m -- m C3i Ud fixture, Ar-ni- Cirrent I' IU nt A lAI.SY. haviug claims again .1 the Frctloiil paper ctirreuiy, nickestate of Susan I). Clark, deo'il, will tile .11 els and cents, the same, properly proven, with me for Ppfcie, 2.409.50 p)iuent, by the 2nd Monday In Octolier, tender notes, 1,015 00 18112. All persons Indebted to laid estate fund with l!.R.Trf.i. Jleimittoii will lave costs by settlement. n. S. MUKKKll-- , urer (fi per ct.of circulation) 602 50 Ailm'r of Susan 1). Clark, deoM. $101,003.48 Total, 1 exne anil taxel paid otlitr hanks, 3.04!) lfi Ctii.fiO 1,500.00 M O r3 t&Q K s fclsf Don't You Forget sl MAnil.ITIEd. Capital stock paid In, iNiriilus fund, 1 rnirii Ohioii lifinocral. tailor-uiatl- o Tho following letter from Dr. Don Slngletary, which was plokt.il up by a gcnllemnu uud brought to this ofilco, iu order that the owner inity bo found, is whnt may be termed a daisy. Everybody knows Slngletary. and tho idea of his meeting StOIIO uild winding him up is enough to make even .1 irnBI, ntiionnl linik notesoiiistanilinir il,20U.uu Total, nlivideil 550,000 00 273.42 2 895 72 VrDlESTELT3IUNK, to Young &M, IN r 1 1 v a' It ! - IiUUUual depuilM subject toeb'k 37,122.02 Une to other National llanU, 22 32 $10J,OG3 48 Kemueiy, Omntgnf ;won, h. Alexander. Ca.hler of the aboe nted biulc, dj aotemnly swear thai the d'e bcl ' i"J Jbo"l ;",eroen' ' 'fUB lo show t;oods. Come and see, at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue. Kast llickiura Ky NOtroublo Family Groceries. space name all articles, butnt UUAtEHS Staple and Fancy 3tool J l SI'B tliu lt;Ht AHHoi'lment of KoimmI Sutmf 1, . A. W. LINDSAY, A 1 1 o r n. jr-- a a w, t-- L HICKAIAN, KY. GROOERIlsS FRTJITS, &c, Cllntou ?t , 11 IXwr East of Laclede Hotel, I1T GROCERIES To ln COAL! 1 1 Demo-emti- o IIoii-omii- Iliok-count- y D An-n- ie Altigis-trute- s lliruiimi riuirrli. ATTOItNKl OBN'L IlEMDniCICS Ssrvices every lord's day Preaching has reuderod nu oninlon th.it th, "ery 2nd nnd Slim .lays in each election law is all rleht nnd thorn nionlh, Kider J. II. Itoiilliac, pa.tor. 81111. J- - V- - AforrN, need bo no further nuostlon nuill..301'??.1 "TJ ?"" -aii arc cordially luiiled Iu attend nnu BOore. 8:15 nnd sworn to before mo Ibis Office wllb K. S. Murrell. Clinton, Ivy., Sept. 10, 1692. 8tb uf Oolober, 1802. dftar urothtr W. C. JOHNSON. N. P, Am yon going to have any M rallies Correct Attest: Tardea lndebtel to me, either by rote II Hl'CllVNAN. in I'lilloti county? Hon. It 0 Keys Into! or aecouni, are requested lo come forward J. A. TitOMPwiv, Directors, at ones and eettle. or their oUlnu it III be ptxk In Sept 10 ami 20th. Where, J. N. IIkahlin, Jr. "III hsupeak? Webster is nol.it Imme placed In the b.nids of an officer for col. and ytiu nunhl to see lo it. At our rail rs leolion. Come nt once and thereby save mo niukc from $15 to $20 to pxy cost. 1 mean what I say. expeimc- NOW TRY THIS. Wo rent uut the sinnJs and gTe away the JOHN W1TT1N0. tatf barbecue lo whoever will feej the cronJ d"It will cm you nothing aud will surely you good, if yon htvea Cough, full, or I hare rvcenlly hml n d.izen I debilet wllh ICailroitil ccrtunly wound up Capt Hione l.i.t Mun Dr.y (rouble Now Throat, Cliel or l.'iii-i- . , King's Di.cotery fur Consiimp-"'inday on larlir, land. loin, sil Coughs and 1'oldt ti Kiiaramred lo N., 0. & StTli. II. It. ver 70eenl dallar, elo. H bat are ou money will be IKWIMl AIIIIIVKXwth our lit We must work ll. or- - Jive relief, or l.n Qrippe found paid bark. Traln Sn, u, im r. u I Trat.i N... 1, t Id r . ll Jint thn Tr.hi No. ganlio and elect koia. He needs money "'Mirers from II, Uul H ITmIii N.. M, Ilia. a. " 'iii'ier us use n.ni n siieeiiy anil or nine nnu expense, lie I. This road makes olose conui-ciluwllh recovery. Try-sample bottle at maKlng a ilesperala effort r'L0"'. b"r,' us. r eipeuse aud learn fir yourself Jim Ilia L. & N. at MoKemle soinir north, and ooni a iiae a IiIl- - rally with tbe N. N. & AI. V. at I'adiicah Juncbow . i. rrm mrusciio anu mg siwakers. I ,1 P jood a llilng it Is. Trial bottles free tion Roln nonli and llio Nenbern am palling in nearly all m .n?' rtl. ".0 c.omD l"ae More, l.argo sits P i m. .,, going south. ' 9,W' cause, would b lad lo rcak a few days Id Fullon eiiunit. A J. (lilltln winii !.;r.-i:T;-t.-- . I ne K,...r,ml ll.urcl. you to fix him .ho.it .1. , .. ... ,. . , If ran want IV.l.r.. speak, rotnmencluK Sept 2Sib. Havebli: ...!... you wniit rallies bl. Urn.. ",. ,VsO day and IIUO.'. ... , Frfj.V if If jrou lilKiii.ltfri,, Hill llra.l., Oct.'2ud and UrJ. night at 7 an aervfeo m 23 and 30, nlKlit 23, ll M Urm.ul., If Ji.il and c.re. W rile me while home., at once. If yon iol L.u.r IUh.U, ,.. a. '.,...n,n. If yon m.iiI Noli. Ili.., Uitf aa iit,r.iAlll vs.. Ui.......... i HU )OII (3IV13 1I1M sui'ribed ,, A. Goods delivered lo any part of the City HICKMAN! TltlAIil COAL Take Notice! (Ml i.iit ki; a, ! HIOKArAN, KY. jDrOTLEYPINME, PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON, pins nniti, ILLINOIS LU.MI', nnd A.NTIIKACITK, In any quantities dmiri'il. rime Tulli. I IIIOK.MA.V, HesldencesnJ man's . office KENTUCKY. adjoining Judge Kinga d U2 do-i- nj urn salb nr . .. f"r,l a ... A. ."OLIVBR, KENTUCKY. "" PARIS & FARKER, iiiukman, : : : : kuxtucky accom-modallo- n ...;."..,...; ""'" - Blacksmilh and Underlaker HICKMAN, )o( TIllAI, when you warn -: Look at This If I. jickman 15. fvjarble Works, KY. 11 1 CKMAX, w, ad ok (.,. l. Q. 1 "ie..JCMlccs. i,j.c (Hit Hll.lllrMI'jril., xhiii I.IHiu (Ur.l., son W..111 lull lniilailu.il, ir o.i 4ut fii(i.iiik- - T.B., II yon witnt llii,ln.. Circular, Iii firt, II nn wain JOB PRIMriNO "f uy iluii. In a iiio.i .oiafMCIury iiimin.r, tvu li .. IVK Mi: A liltickniiiithing ilono, or repairs ou c. iiiirscsiioeliik: n VYiifiiis, trlally full line of also kit-p- C. IT )uuriiil..xll.lli..l liy r.lliii.i h up on short notice, and at reasonable prices, (live me a cull. Common, H0M'nud, aud Solid lllnck VI-nu- t Collins awl Cae, which can l filled Undertaker's near tb Goods, Italian and Ameiuoan Mauiii.i monu.mkntb, tom and ukave STONES. 11 man RAMAGE, is n fine Courier Job Oilice. Itir hliop Ji,. my siork, Ilaliuu H all orders. piifdloftll AVI.NU lu ican and work. Orders from ailed. lot of AmerMarble, I am nre- Call aud txamlna tbe couutrv prooiptly & livery evening on shipboard tbey hud ' tho round world for God! Thon' can W WHY HE VOTED FOfl DIX. Nn iinoctnn. prayers and sung n vesper hymn It.. ma .Innl.t .Unt 11 Tlint great Italian KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. AT ITS HEIGHT. An eminent Orriiiaii sithdlst on throat ' nfter nil thn patience of those pa board navigator also impresses uie with the S. S. Mi:t.DIs of LoulsTllte, A Ilrntal Sol tiler's Act oil llutertiur't lalittitt was elect-c- d The Divine Dltcourses on Columbus' tllf Kllltia lltlll !u4.t. ....1 andluliK.li.- ""'.says . ... .1... tti. ft ll.n lllinn M11 .l.tna n ....t ttlinrf a inemK-- r ,,f itil lit C'tinteqiiraers. croup I. sum niitin.l,,,, iha ulri.ussaVei Discovery great Captain or Admiral h'l heen he can not npprcclato Its r.iniillentiona, tho National Itenlthe KVtrA of oon,m, , f Ctt-itApsrtyof gentlemen sat In a cafe Tho Carnival nt Ft Loula a CHorl-011- 5 of a tr o "Kiij Id, nnd ilo.ith w II nnsue ... ,n r,.i...i 0", one eriMing discussing polities, cursed by every annthomn that human To the moment of his death, Columbus session at Huffulo. from surfee Ion Dr. Hi,0-Succobs. ftt,,i., says a CrmipCiirf In. Mr m..,iV( w nn. Anil Ihe rtrllglnn Thf rrnr-Tl- iti A iimiiiTi.il of l.tnmelt Wnrlil lips could frame, one night a sailor av never knew that ho had discovered " 'iouii runnel lahn plaen McCormlck ociietif.'tnuy corresponilcut, whenCnpt. ft light moving nlong to lllin I....S,r nn'l America, but thought that Cuba was n fell lulu n fire and wns Until He Hem' the alwr. city lenmrked thst A Crnmli.,1 Ami llnppj Mis'iita "ahMiyairptnmlneiitdriiitirlil burned to death ho . Idnnil thn tlttirr lln1l-(I- nl then moving up and down altli tl,r...,Bl,o,t n .ts,e l een a democrat nil his life but thrndiv part of Asia. Ilo thought tho island Ills- - nt Iliistonvillc. ArrHiisrinrnU Iur Inking tntr uf lli ..x.ih 'l.llt Up Tliluc r.jtt Wrntnar.il" N. appearing. Onn rpMni, and - two ttntitoln una tins Onhlrof Snlmnmi. I las ., mam (is'tuiiratid sole pr pneior -s, Crov. wted tho republican ticket, sin,, nf llrlllliinllr- Mr. Tandy fjucensborry. had ." ... 1hnr. tlifiM--p.. ..... linil mill ntim.n.l n nnu'. tt. ... til o lark county, offered OCIOGk.. v IllSt inn r - iinmir-lo ...... ..... ....... -........... . nv ... lllioiiliinlril MrrrU A Unit Tlie sttlijoct of Dr. Tnlmnfre'a sermon castin)! his ballot for Gen. John A. Dlx UIHT I1" ... a man n.r.oo Wnrsiil'i Ixsnmit d.n... i. ,, iiiinmiori I . uf (lllirr IVslttltr At- ....,' Rutnlny uiis "IlnH n Planet," tho text day to mako It sure that It was Friday old Asia, llnd lie known what North kill him but tho friend declining, l,o did when tlio latter ran for governor In nnd so givo another blow nt the world's and South America wero and are, and It himself trarttiint, 1S7S hcinff Dent, ill, 27, "Lift up tlilno eves i a.T.ii'utcbiic, for nothing. Idea of unlucky davs on that he had found n country ,1,OiiO miles ti ! ivcd my life," he ntiswercd, in Vestunrd." Tin: Jewish i),,i,i,i.,ii.. ..r ii.., , lug, October IS, 1103, a gun from the lde, 10,000 miles long, of 17,000,000 Thr tlrrltrst (rr 1111 Inquiry regarding his rea urPr, So God salt! to Mof.cs In Wide times rcph 1 e haw urganlmt themselves St. Lot'ts. Oet. 0 ThU I. 1VI, into u sons. l'inta signaled "Land Ahead." Tlu'ii square miles, and four times as lurgo as During the wnr wnsnpiivnte riiursdny," aim It is nnforluiinle for Is the rnr '"' pnUlntv Wen In lloxlrt nml so ho nld to Chrlstoforo CoIuihIk), ..Krv,riHioii wU i,.,ut twenty.fivo la tor's MI..iii. HltlriMtliiohti.nl the ships lay to, and tho boats Europe, l'10 happiness uoiihl have Ivcn .In l,a wcifth New Voik cavalry, coin- - tho city th.it tho census can not W start audi ll- -' icwl all c)iniirl tho son of n '' tl of Ucnon, memliei-s- . mull,,,... ,i..,...., ... t.ns It er .d too much for mortal mnn to endure male more than 400 years ago. Tho Nations ored, and Capt. Christopher (olnmbn maiiil'.l by Col. Ilaynes. In OotoWr. taken to raise funds with which to pay for It would certainly re- leiileslml r MH.nialail.il ooim.: ...it. ,,. first ' stepped upon tho shore, am d Ho had no Idea that tho time would for the. IMS I obtained a thlrtv duvs' had been looking chiefly towanl tho veal tho presence in It of over n million monts nl iIh 'lutMi'iiiid kidiips, i rriuiij '.. ,,f come when a nation nf fn.00fl.000 neonlo rent of a hall ...ul the services of nriibbl and lo't for my home In Otsego Iitws, limn Phxsl,..iti I'ast. The sculpturo of tho world, tho tho son? of lilnls ntul tl. -- i county. iK'ople. Tho streets aio thronged w Ith onmuieiiil. H '.' .''"""""t'i'in until they can erect u synngoguo mid PUlille lim, ,ft,n . s The pt od of my lenvo of absence luid slght-scer- s nrchltccture of tho world, tho laws of redolence, nnd took possession In tin? on this side of the sea would lie joined Iinvo n ivgttlar pastor of r nnd thero aro oxer 135,000 iio (iiiin.l uiuii. credent ,U, their ow n. iwheii renehed West tlic world, tho philosophy of the world, minium iuu i uuier ami ihoSon anriuio "y "" u,u "iieiiigeni nations on mil still s sMoet-m- . on lvopie O.n Dr. I.nwhllls farm, near Danville, expir n bneli to my regiment Troyas I the fairwho nave spent a happy day at !.., otuer nine ui mi.' sru, iur nit- uiosi, jt.iri there is a tr.-,- . v Ihc civilization of the world, tlio re- Holy Ghost. So thn rnmr..w lain l,-.i-nn M Tho ex.osltloii uIm, lms and stump II fret l cKum. my w I.inar.liats I Is said, will rngn this win ligion of tho world came from tho East with tho Sacrament ending wlthRWrn of n year reciting his wonderful deeds. fcrenco. me, I It I, now hollow, nnd six or had ii my furlough with chargewasnr-rcste- .l crowded nil day, und Gilmoro'a "Olio Hut, whllo Columbus as his name was in excelsls dco. I'rom that day onward, It took centuries to reveal tho result of eight head inthattownon the Hundred." the grentest ImiiiI on earth, of of heavy cattle could stand failed after It was Latlnfoed, stood you say there can bo nothing for Colum- that one transatlantic voyage. So it has with .md taken to Governor's Island has hnd to rcsoud to encore after en- comfort within. sl In confinement. nnd itudyinp maps and examining globes bus but honors, rewards raplisol"" nluavs been. core at each ol the four concerts In the xxhni ,4lurii I. W. IhiH.x.of South Point, Is the " Could Paul, on that .June day, when nnd reading cosmography, Gol said to palaces and world-wldthere I saw considerable cru- great music hall. Nissls ssll..ntsi llniay l best to applause NS it ... ...,..i.. i .... father of eli-... I.. hni nol On his wnv b.ick to s.,i.. v.ohui no w.is ili.':inltnti'.l. Ii.iris linil nnv fif.vi P..... ..I I ,.......,...,,,.. ..1.1 !.. ...1.1 i.'inriiiuer uso him: "Lift up thine eyes toward tho The Imposition mnim ,., elty rv eised by officers In clmrge of :o ...,.. s was so wrenched by tho tempest o J so of what effect his letters and tho no- - tho ntres of to nml ,"J,,,ll ...i Willi tho pi n and particularly in the c.iso oler , mid any remnlnsopen until (). exou tliatnnn -- tttel lomnlies only .then "lio, tVcst" who haw not seen It iinslml it;.Unil iHosisiiiipioiila m.n. threatened with destruction that he count of his life would havo on Chris- their father, form nery strong base of a 1.1 named Wilson, u quartermasThe fact was It must have seemed to should nrranne to attend ut least loroitimlvK "Hyrapnf 'L.,. o unen xneywero all homo ter's sergeant, lie was in the habit of before the great doors are finally once tllldl UJ tht I llforill.l l'lg Hymp mimufue. wroto a Could Martin Luther have -- .... tendom? d ..olumbus a very world. Like and put brief account nf !(. closed t'o it In a cask and threw it lisaoltCH ;ravcl, had any Idea of tho echoes that would last summer they played several picked ttrls, k the prisoners for the most for the season. This Is Ihe ninth a cart with one wheel, like a scissors i Ontltnipi, kdiifl Inurlnr. ixlnslniirrthrs Mirnul- - isnn ha i.L.i.M.1 that tho world might net lose ring through the uge.s from the bang of nines and won tho games vvlth one blade, llko a sack on one sldo I'lTenses In fact, for actions trl minimi season, nil records for siitfvi'iill.iti n re umn i .. ilraiiiuiH aru run ittllun. At a meeting of tho Lexington city Whi '1 in no way should iiilu Isu knn.llili f.i bf n camel needing u sack uu tho other tho ndvnntrirTo nt lit mtfni.i... 11 n. his hammer nailing the Latin theses o- - -- ' have been con- nnniiiil exsitl..ns having ni.l.ltiiH 'liijoot flnlrr llli.n.irt easily tlaltfsUni ,S. . ilde to balanco It. Hero was a brldo of ors awaited him on tho beach, hit ho ngalnst n church door nt Wittenberg? council it wns ugivcl to comply with sidered ofiViisie. One day he hit n biuUen, and as thr beeit Ur.v H P I -n, S!sr:s.s(?4 rVntlun.l i,) a world with no bridegroom. When unucriooic a second voyage, and witli Could Ell Whitney havo realized tho the pity's contract to furnish Jir.,000 to frier of mine, a man well adtnnced in getting better and bettsr every year, Hall's t'nlurih riutn-tmiTill vt U iii in iur "lu.xtnlllen Snin,'ll04 flod makes a half of any thing Ho docs v luuiu mi iiiniirrnintr ntwi nj.AnTi.in continents of wealth that would be add- purchase property for the location of yeai- - md I resolved to get even wltli tho combined nttnutitms nro poni. IilntwIi-uiiH- l ' Huklbjliiiift sujr llltl dt L ..iv- -- nail; iivuniifi anu Hiuurjr uimtullliC, not stop there. Ho makes the other and denunciation and poverty. He as ed to tho south by tho invention of his the Kentucky Union ear shops. City him f eer gnvo me a chance. The tlvely Irreslstlllo this fall. Tlie bonds will be Issued to tho ntuount opp t unity ramo thn next V...IIVH u half. cotton gin? Could John Guttcnberg, a liar, a cwnIs the , day. Tho music best thai can M ixuLrn rrusliu-ll- ia We are all obliged sometimes to leave irauu, a uecclvcr or nations, bpcula- - tollingyearnfteryear making typo, and named, payable In thirty years. rt of your shirt Tni. or enlsriml llirr, foul l.rrath, Mlhius-isss- s Ire f r Ihe men was placed in a large bo provldetl, regardless of expense, that enuies InlMui litndaiU k Iroui the .tojiu launlrt is probable tlmt tl, n ts,r itiirmilen, i.ut. It .. ... in-- , A.f m.i things only half done. Hut Clod never tOrS mllllOil litm nt 1.U jwu .a.n.i laboriously setting them bido by side, i... bari and rack man helped himself ns and the art gallny Is one of tho rut ttops half way, because Ho has tho courtiers depreciated his dIscovrk,and and with presses changed now this way voters who registered in Louisville dur-in- g la .nue .uong in the lino. I picked up tho registration days just passed onj. niece of bread, but I put It m mtK..! Cnrea c. M- - nad llronolilils mil -- ,..HV time and power to go all the way. I do thorn pnnin In ...... .M.lllll HVpii ...-- . and now that, nnd sued by John F;ust fot w back and llilltpr fit 11.11 f.luillilil ni.l 'ISiw with Hale. d not wonder that Columbus was not sat- imprisonment . and ... chains .of. wt-'- ho money loaned, nnd many of tho pcoplo will reach 38,000. Almost of wttted another. ,. Pike. IvoOisohe Dixips.ruruii one minute. . ..1.1 ...l-I- I A ., i trying to cheat Outtenberg out of his thosowho registered refused to state isfied with half a world, and so went to ouiu nunc no mrncu incni ti.,,i iyiy didn't yon keep that bread'" MIJ. IM ufl., . IU f,h4 m ISr Hl - ii Tnas Id bij ! Cre'vVd the sergeant. nunc 10 una mo oilier hall. Tho pieces "I will wear thim n n ninenio of thi invention, he toiling on until he pro- their party affiliation. ii .tt . ii.. ii 40,' - "'"(".IIH Me, 1..,l.!i,J.,8B,l i,,.ahlMll:ll thn llniv ..)...., I. t... ii of carved wood that were lloatcd to the gratltudo of the prince" Amid keen duced what is known ns the Mazarin " like Ini. """.-- " -- .I" ...-'I'TO' "itcHiuse I didn'tyou'll It," I replied. llil. Mmiu A Oi., IIisSiixuto. N. V. shores of Kuropo by a westerly gale, appreciation of the vvrld's abuso and Hlblo, havo any Idea that as n result ol I.I1...I... j.uriy in Kentucky is not ...UI.1..1I "WcP perhaps like this," ho Hrrrntxi's Vn 35 oeiits a tax. to lmvo tho names of itscnndl-dale- s and two dead human faces, unlike any- cruelty, and with Ivdy writhing In tho his Invention thcro would be libraries cd, diW ing back his clinched list 1 1 Tiir ar p r. isllv khowti llinirthout put upon tho oillclal state ballot. thing ho had teen before, likewise floi't-c- d tortures of gou he groaned out his that placed side by side would again ilkonid was too quick for him nrl the world U t of Fog. nrlliai; lUOjuUur' last words: "I.l minus tuas Domini- - nnd again engirdle tho earth, or the .., p.u.i luiviu iniieti to poll 2 por kocked bim down. A iruard rushed from tho west, were to him tho voice commendo mcum." "into thy showers of newspapers that snow the cent of the vole of the state at the last of God, saying: "Lift up thino eyes Til" trnn and Huiigod his Inyonet Into my fs 'n si rtlilort tv Eminent aclennfi.' autllBrltv In London irl is .I tlio u u '.Mil IV thi 11)1 A petition with l.ooo names le, whoii. 1 carry n scar to this das toward the west." Hut the world then, haud Oh, Lord. I commend my spirit," world under? When Manhattan islnnt election. desUres tint the UnJno fon Is the thief attached has been filed with the secreOf coursn hnli.iil nr-i- l (ilinniiiL Tlmt was sold to tho Dutch for ?U noithei ns now, had plenty of attempted to repeat the dsc I That Is what keeps Individuals back, is tho way the world tries toat.-nenohod lis musket from him, nimeil for Its they who sold or bought could have tary of state iu order to overcome this ,siuse of the lie.ilth of Hut meVopoMi. i h explan ition Is th.it the nnd enterprises back, and the church mean treatment of great benefactors. straight nt his heart nnd pulled Pie foreseen New York, the commcrcin' dllllculty. i foe is largely .,... . Tun Frankfort .. eper. TiVi gun eontnlnisl onlv a back, and nations back Ignominious JIany n man Las had a fine ride to his metropolis of America that now stand; due to aulplnif proJ.ueJ bv burnlnR soft grave who during llfo ha.l t. walk all on it. Can a man who pre.iehes a the members if the legislature nre ink cartrlifi-r- t nnd disgusting and disheartening i,'iiMti,i.Mn,i..i,ui soal, th it thr hunjred tons of Miiplmr CBA "ATCO BLOOD POL the way. A big funeral, and instead of sermon or a woman who distributes boarding for M.IW a week and saviu- - id senteneotl to le shot the follow mg vjpor are firy.vn Intj the air In a sjncla JC N AND DLOOD TAINT. I iday. Old navigators said to young Colum-Vu- s bread they give him a st n that is, n tracts, or a teacher who Instructs a uijf money oui ol their alnrie. During tho Interval from tlio ' das, in J Hut uhtn the stay 1$ damp and Tom W. Dan "It can't bo done." The republic tombstone Ilntilp.ilhtli.il In intrn,itnt class, orn passer-b- y who utters encour- succeeded in ent-"iis the son "iu oi sonteuco ''iUSftaBP to tho body of others did lint bring quiet aging words realize the infinitudes of of J. J I. Davis was instnntly hllU-- at m.isiry tins tp-.- dcaa.s to the RfounJ a hole through the door of my cc.l, of Genoa said, "It can't be done." , ( H ) TV Stn'i J .tr-- l. ri means of which I could escaiH) to the V. said, "It can't be done." A 10 ins. and Kills the crnnspradujcrj In refuse heaps rntin-i- i imrlcit in tin. church of useful result? Tho t.ichrr at Harrow hN father's farm, four milt--, rust of "I Ort,UgtCt UakI i s t y. or nt least take chances should iv finest on In.- - cont n t Tlier 'i The youth was ridlnr a mule rommlttee on maratlme affairs, to Santa Maria. Seven venr-- , afterward school who tolled with William Jones, and aeivers. Ullianvlte the eminent also ,., MmnrsNt, L. whom the subject was submitted, de- removed "ilef come. to Seville. Tucnty-tliTcthe most stupid lioy in .school, and nt which was liitohml to a liiiiuiiirrablr displays in ss lit. h the Je lares that London might unJer . Hut my case had been presented by blending of color ami the triumphs of years nnerwant class, dlil Tint bnm- - flint The animal took frisbt and ran. throw. clared, "It can't be done." Venetians removed to San tho foot of his ntcarot . Bald, "It can't bo dona" Hut the father Domingo. Finally removed to ho was fitting for his wark the great- In? the rider. Tho corn-cutti.uuiiiiis, commanillng Governor's mechanical art nre eomlnel, and there cuncs scrtortiLA cvtH habitable. nut try owJitums haxame uninhit htm ' Certdfi It Is thflt UtthuwMli of Columbus' wife died, leaving his Cuba. and, to Gen. Dlx, who wns In com-- are also hsh, electi ie. cnrrlttire, nnd Tour IN IT3 WORST lOHMa. journeys est Oriental scholar of modern tunes just below the hip, cutting the boJv ytem reipMnts u tw ve.m$eil ef tlie huwidow a large number of sea charts and from scpulcher to sepulcher snd of the northern department of 'other departments. I wish his statuo now In St. Paul's cathedral, in two Th rxprnsn of o mor nrtvli.r.1 hv Hi,. . ., , n..i..l.l uw maps, and, as if to condemn tho slur his bones might be moved just once London. Everv movo vnn miltn fn. Tiii: house of the peniral asmmblv re army, and Thursday I'nyxlicd word running an exposition of this kind is ,na,uN .1... . in 'rw uh T HAP sc..rt nj other mitodle. more, nnd now that they have come so God, however insignificant In your own had no quorum on thn nth. n.,.1 ... j". rat I wns to have a rehearing. i.wsea luJijesiMn of courso eiiorinous but the att'tvlaiK o that different ages put upon mothcrs-ln-Jaw- , roj 1 was Tv i.klac tsn intrm r i. i, i Th it best attompiished bv Ihe use of tho mother-in-la'bsequcntly acquitted. Joined my regi- - Is v) uniformly larrfp that It is only of Columbus near to America as Cuba, they might, eyes or in the eyes of others, touches journment was had until the nth. l.stl n s v. j, lu nol Wd pave him the navigator's materials, out during tho great Columbian year, bo worlds larger than tho one Columbu nt in the south and fought through necessary to rhanr v cents for a,. t. W.Wmrx, sfnut the I.ixatlv--e Gum Dr p. Theoe con U In Tut annual conventten of th bank ' nothmx delete.ujs, Ttilm' trill!.,, of which he deciphered America. After transported to our own short , where discovered. Why talk about unimpor- ers oi iwniUFKy aUjournwl t meet m-- . lie wsr, whllo the innu Wilson got four Inissisiu. -.. .. ... ih - i ii,bat are entirely free elul.-- s nil the drpartmeiiK aa well as a n whllo the story of this poor but am- they belong, and that in the fifth cen tant things? Thero are. no unimportant year at Padueah. Hon. Thninas t. U - nuis witn n ball and nttneh-nenj from auv polstinou sulxtince whatevrr. Infidelity Is iniln mi nf Intfnl Harrett was bitious Columbus reaches tho ear of tury after his decease the Atiicr!in tlllnt--s. Gen. Dlx asked tho serveunt if mini inr grrmuiiinorf. oiieerU.nhH h has curcd HUfiDnroo or They s.il iurt any ca of onaitiM no prcaidt-n- t Queen Isabella, and she pays tbO to buy continent might build a mausoleum tesmals On a clear njght the smallest ie reports wero truo ngnrdiiig his are alone worth far ntoi-CA.'.tS Of okin cuiccn. Tua follow Ing fonrth-elaw- i than the matter ef ri jw Umg standing. Ihey cyri9 post offic.- Mm a decent suit of clothes, so that he worthy of him who picked this jewel of dowdrop holds a star. Each one of you In Kentucky will bo n TintiK n.l in p.Usaj5e, the small hoaea are discontinue after rerlklng the prl'onerv He repllesl that cst of l a ticket (iiwwimilW itv, tiie may bo tit to appear before royalty. a nemispiiere out ol the was obliged to do so. The an tie. of the .L let illuminan universe, and all lira and set it is at the center ol r. . AlUiu,Ci. Itateliffe. Lawtviue larje o.ira are ij anj UV- - fan be pr " 'Well, I havo Wen n soldier for tions The Interview in tho palace w as sue-- 1 'n ,no crm-- of tho world's geography. you say and do soma jow- - vibratos to tin Sims' store, Caldwell county; c.mntv: s the seaaoti wc.xi on Viol's, J of ' th .iv Hut tlle bri?ht noonday tun nt lint extreme of that unlrorsu in all direc Graves county. rcssfuL Money enough was borrowed rveral years' said Gen. Dlx. 'nnd I Tho Illustration i of the Mania M.in.i LVAN Nl MLIJY Co . Cwrla, IftWk old sailor's prosperity went down in tlons. to ut out tho expedition. Tlicro they "ver had occassion to strike a man In nrvh. one of the seri.s nf t pus-.-- .L Iir'i'nr.K.T.VTirK of Graves nr urc, the three ships In tho Gulf iiiicKcst nigm, ami inouirh here and I promise everlasting renown to those county, is n sorely command. ' So Wilson ml thn ..- - siguisl to Itlustrat tli. .Usurer- - of of Cadiz, Spain. If you ask mo thero a monument has liocn lifted In who will co forth with Lhrl.ti.m nml has tho sympathy ofberaarnt men, and (tenths and nppurtcnanccn and I get. Aiuerlen ami the grisat aehferwnents fellow reprewhich have the most famous boats his memory, and here ami there a city sympathetic words. After the Kittle sentatives, with whom his la "j iiimriy. no you wnmlcr that I t'oltimbaa. To the visitor It appears as ha 99 deservedly though the World's fair were of the world, I would say, first, called after him, tho continent he was of Copenhagen Nelxm. the admiral. popular. He wns called hotm a few voted for tho general?" N. V. Sun, In progress nnd the cheer w hi.h greet - n.it nnm,l went into ii hospital nnd halted at the days Noah'sshlp, that wharfedon Jit Ararat: tho means of founilliv. nim to llnd liU nldt. -.i A GOOD IDEA. the world's dlMMverv mmirjin. econd. the boat of bulrushes. In wlilxVi after another namo and no fitting com- bed of a wounded sailor who had lost another In n dying ii condition frt.m lumlnallon night are r. mm V,alle tirer Jloses lloatcd the Nile: his arm, and said: "Well, Jack, what lypnolil fever. Third, the memoration of his wnrlf hn l.Aiti n h Eipntltlnn of XVrr.l Mp. no th seventy-UvI must sis th.Misan.1 lights are lised, Mayflower that put out from Plymouth posed until nearly 400 years after his is tho matter with you? nnd the snllot word as to the cfTm.ni: vns no quorum Wnlls i.r t It, lirrman srinil Homn. with the pilgrim fathers; and now body turned to dust .May the Imposrcpiieu: ' roajoruy m mera eiwtrle, and Uie fieacy of C rum Ssntp. I Inve"i.osi my rigiu arm, your at Frankfort, on the otb. in tho house The Germans have some durational effect U beat theso three vessels that on this, Friday ing demonstration now being nado In honor;" and Nelson looked down nt l,deseriUsI .is .Im.llog. use,! it in ir nt nly ARKANSAS in..l-- -r TEXAS Jlmnchiiis. eas xvhlch xxe In tills country have Sur was filed Jj. Isr, The season is i. rot It) vryi.M-.r- f morning, August 3, H92, aro rocking his honor on the Atlantic coas., and to own empty sleeve nnd said: "We'll, the apportionment at Prnnkfort against 'rrowcil xvith profit. And there are pnicnistiiiatiou dmwrinif to .t cIum- and. lUc twt'It t" i'.ilil. si till niwf ..v. of 1154 an i,gI is no lHg.r iieriutska-bioon the ripples. I am sogiad It is Friday, be made next rear in his mM. Jack, you and I nro both spoiled Action is for cellctit ait-ill others which mandate, and ajrainst the lu.v,c t"ke''V' o might I COTTON B ELT-- ROUTE '. All the railroads are Cheer up my brnve for ilslicrpien. ha that tho prows of those three ships continent, bo brilliant enough and clerk, t ise to adopt Among them, no rates to tho city of Nt making low self for Tl.n is uiuii, niiti iiinv ami ihall first of all run down the super-.tltlo- n enough and Christian enough fellowl" and the sympathetic words HootlO sheriff and auditor of Clinton -.- ..s i w r. .i. Louis and dcrhttl o w tHsrs u OOUlltluS. An fllLirnfilu .. ... llicn-fron- i ubt, are the w s I K" of different prompt inquiry should tm Hsade of the I - i t.-i- . and masrniflcent enough to cheered the entire hospital. Hofore issued that things begun or voyage fnr i. . 4,iio a. MMrnia T. ooinmanding the defondnuts 1.. nesics oi pestiferous weeds, xvhieh nearest station n prut for details. There tlicrcfurc rc llllleiirl i! tn mv nnn.li. you can. the neglect of centuries. May the cood I J" started on Prltl.lt- - mutt. m,.ncc4.l1 die out of vour appear and show I. slit.Wa.Km Aft. Ill H ITM jliL, ing In school rooms where the n will Ik) grand HIiimiBnUons on I lie lors as an c .. ikut imcly in audi (RiTtn... , rs .....t.&r jirove disastrous. Show me any Monday Lord allow that most Illustrious sailor own m is fortune, rhcrr a liunilr...! not It) compelled cause w hy they shvil,l see them as long as thry go to oxrnlug of the llth and 20th. and oaseo. IjIs to nnveu.1 jw.u.ii... T. Durrtte. Ilurlva- or Tuesday, or Wednesday or Thursday. oi an urae 10 1001: over tho amethy-'insouls and ntart tnicndinir echoes. to tlie law of laTy at !... T. for th election of a visits should be urniuirisl aa ns t.i tnl. . ville, i Ikw.tre of dialers who or Saturday that ever accomplished battlements lone etinui-- h tn tm n f You can no mnru nnnn.nhifn thn tn. . .,.- - .,, . senator !.---- . ' garland wreathed around his nsnio reaching results of your life than Co- jointcounties. between Ifoono and Clin- Inr rrnlln inc.. ....l1t.... iur ui.spia.- - in theso nights. There nod be no fear offtrryou ...i I.I.. uiiuci lis much as this expedition that started the jmt at pood ton f these maps. It Is well known as to (hiding accommodations nt Alw . s i on Friday. With tho Idea that thcro and hear something of tho hemispheric lumbus could sco thin continent from t on haiuj U.'s,h(x' I.v the senate, on tho 4th, an tl ' farmers nre prone to treat alt tur th mo-- I, ant amendArctic to Antarctic I mv till nnt tr will bo perils connected with the expe- shout that shall greet his memory tikMuiu rjii. W1 W nlllm nnrl linr.ll ment to tho house bill tt uinci .. .. dition, the Sacrament of the Lord's What most impresses mo In all that mako you proud and arrogant but to was adopted, striking on corporations ulr reneo between ""V " aIm ,o ll- organized u hotel and board in.' bureau, V . v them; xvhereas tho which will rngngv rooms or Uxird for " " "iata. out the clnuse mane ynu iremuit- wmi your responsisupper Is administered. Do not forget wondrous life, which, tnr thn , providing for weeds that this voyago was begun under re- - twelvemonths, we will bo commtnmr- - bilities and put you on guard as to what severftl other a Mate bank examiner. ns e of nny differ as mnrh n tkn visitors xvlthout charge and guarantee other plants do, and the regular rates. amendments were adopt- na es of w nue stuily- jiBiuus auspices, incro is the Santa allng by sermon and song and militarv J'011 do nn'1 xvhal J'0-1seof treatment xvhlch xvlll exterml- Maria, only ninety feet long, w Ith four narad and World's fnir and cod, ess '" tho ,lfo o this Italian navigator, I ed and the bill then passed and will go "Suppose, " said the lady "now back to the house. nt' 'no will sometimes increase and VilfT masts and eight anchors. of ations, is something I have nei.r nm al0 reminded of the fact that while only suppose, understand Hint you Tin: criminal record of Pendleton m p'y another. The captain walking the deck Is 57 heard stated, nnd that is, that tho J we aro diligently looking for one were carrying a piece of steak from the s important, therefor, county is being added to nlmost dally. that the years old, his hair white, for at 35 ho covery of America was n rcllgl.us dis- thing wo find nnothcr. Columbut far r and ganlener should understand Hiiciirii, ami ny acelilent should let It Mi:. 1'i.oha V. Wiuii)iviiiTi'rin,i.-rT- . .s was gray, and his face is round, his nose covery, and In tho name of God, Colum- stnrted to find India, but found of Chicago, but formerly of Kentucky, th. " eds which thev aro trvlnr. tn . slip from the p!atn to the flo..r, what L'ArtDoLafViotic. aquiline, and his stature a little taller bus, by the study of tho prophesies and America. Go on and do your duty, should you do in such a ease? ' The girl r 1. i.i ii i ri.tiis. ihan tho average. I know from his de- by what Zachariah and Mlcah and Da- diligently and prayerfully, and If you" was swoiu in ns practicing attorney be- tcri nate. UL Jtti iin.t nris nv its looked the lady square in the ey for a is hero th.st thf. n..r,MBn W 2A cided step nnd the set of his jaw that he vid nnd Isaiah had said about thn wu do not llnd what VOll looked for vnn fore the court of nppeala nt KranVifort ib.i "ii'.ii y i - s.fc.HH liforo asking: "Is It ma - Tlie in. Thev show mlnn.,1 1 (A, iv uuic iituruiiiy. . nl. momentor are there loanlers7" a' private is a determined man. That Is Capt, of the earth," was persuaded to po out will find something bcttui-t 7iitr4-- r ii"w.msr.r.aii.a.r, i.i i...i-,v. Saul was familr. - f the most I.v the city election at Covington, the tur Hoariicstlfcrous weeds, In ders" Oiisr. f V ll'H Alljcl, 'hristopher Columbus. Near by, but and find tho "ends of the earth," and lie hunting for the strayed animals of his lf II I..I lihru..s.. l.,k. fleV. answered tho lady. "Pick nil up llrn ' other t bii fit llSl n lull i "i far enough off not to run Into each felt himself called bvfiod tnenrrvi c. father's barn-yarbut met Samuel, more day. the democrats elected all tho In ",.?rs of growth, and also tho ways nnd put baek on the plate." tlimlyit re- U 1 r r ' r if ugi v Important officers, but In New'h they scatter their seeds and other, are the smaller ships, tho l'inta tianlty to the "ends of the earth." then the prophet, who gave him n ciown ol plied the girl. Hhe was engaged. nnd tho Nina, about large enough and the administration of the Last Supper dominion. Nearly nil tho great in port the republicans made nearly ncleun pn - ite themselrev Uy learning DAINTY WORK ' J ' I sweep.elcetlng Geo. II. Ahlering to suc- Uu thoroughly, through seeing thorn fr f sl A rt' t "f rafe enough to cross tho Hudson river before they left the Gulf of Cadu and ventions und disooverieii w ere made by ceed Mr. Children ooenstonally if 1 r II jfie some T"'1 t)lllrn, t'tf it tffj da '' day on the walls, the child Herry ns mayor. I W r I f or the Thames In good weather. Thcro the evening prayers during the "l:l men who at tho time veni looking foj very isjeuliar a ns iters. A little 'lexas t I It !l UrllJ - up with a knowledge OVMI fcM.300 has been MiniHU Nt., (tiltaft. nl,nril..l In ff' ' of tho best boy. on lw Inif askcsl liow many ehi tlren II HULK l II.II llrnhara(Mill lire two doctors in this fleet of ships, and tho devout ascrintlon as sm'.n m. something else, 1'roi. Morse gone t the 99t f ' nnd a few landsmen, adventurers who they saw tho new world, nnd the I "! hbi fnthor nnd mothm Iml mm.'I. .1 Europe to perfect himself in chemistry nml Southwestern I Homeopathic College vt ' 'exterminate them. s HfMkliltn! nt -- m. s Wn proposed that our ngrl- . ... ntt...ll1A nre ready to risk their necks In a wild nm nil the children they hnro jft ' Ai with which they landed, confirm on returning happens to take th have been olectcil. ..vino. iiitT, ituti tjuii:i.'rn ' .1 societies offer prizes for tlio other llltla Imp on lln-- -,.. I'.xpeditioa . .. Sully from Havre, and a.lriwl ... . ...... There are enough pro-- s me In saying that tho discover' of packet-shii.o vvs. HS a ranuers' Aliiance meeting nt lie .' neu collections of At I fT not question, rcplloil: 'Tuofirls nnd a l s isions for a year. j. Jaati I1 l n f nt America was n ri.lfflnna fll.,r.n while in conversation with a passenge: " in for purpose of encouraging their I'm the iNijr." "Capt. Columbus, where nre yon sail- Atheism has no right here; infldelitj has learns of same experiments in Franco Goforth, Hubert Asberry, n Hliie Lick Trsns SI flings. en ' i ii ii rit.ir., fnrmer, wns shot deud ns he was wntoh-in- g but In order to extend a ing for?" "I do not know." "How-lon- no right here; paganism has no (av. I ftr.ta..aVaBaatu.laV. riht which suggest to him tho magnetic (biokn. ft pm 'ge of thorn, and thus contribute WhkHt tl) The llrat American nnw.spaper wns fir Hllll'e Pnimh Cu.im mil art jr.ur before you will get there?" "I can here. And as God is not apt tof.nl in graphy. A cfxsis bulletin just Issuwl, to r fvYlnrmlnrittfit. ii uuu j uuu&ll OJIUj) ..... . 's...l..., r...... publishes! in HK9, anil in IMW th total s jlil.ri. rTKnunV-- 1 not say." "All ashore that are going," any of his undertakings fnt nnv m i He went to Europe to learn tho wis. Jii.il win " a Kentucky Item that U news to n pan a Is heard, and thoso who wish to remain have never heard of him having any in. i iiiiinorrui periouicms publlslusl Ii the .inn 1 tlom of others, and dlscovui ed the " lHRBi V:,0-- r s'tTl.fWlr lrrtl OV IJnltetl .Slates and Cuiind.i u as nearly i"" 30 I j S "jlf43 V '" i a L'O tO the land. Vnw thn nnolmn: nf 1. thing to do with a failure"). Amen. i Hargrenves by tho upsuUinjr ol good many Kentneklnns. ItLsthat cotI 1.1 ,lf r"nl. ,S'Mi,mi,miliimii.,rt St. THE MARKETS ls.000, with a oomlilnosl nnnnnl issnn ,,t Rinrsitf ai.y Lfia.xi three ships are being weighed and tho going to bo gospellzcd, nnd from the a machine, nnd the motion of its wheel ton was rafscd two venr sm. in ciT,,. ::.'4,.1:.-...A- . n tr r iyi.'f"cs ,IS iiN.r t V VI. OR nearly S,&00,000,000. ratlines begin to rattle and the sails to Gnlden Gatu of California to the while upset, discovered tho spinning countleain this state, the total acreage WAfcmssbs I MBail. MM rrtssy latM Id la lotl V being B,C29 and tho product b78 bales. CJ.sci.x.ssTI.OtL II fi ( j. unfurl. The wind is dead cast, and It ?s arrows of New York harlior. arid jenny. N, iny friend, go on faithfully UU n 175 Woiip rcnehd Princeton of a bloody Ilo Scorned to lie. docs not take long to get out to sea. In from tho top of North Amcn.n t.i nnd promptly with your work, and II bulchert. 110',- Ji" n .si n Here's nn account of a Mrs. Oiitnmry "BlUHM man who a few hours the adventurers wish they the foot of South America, from yuu no iuh get wie success uu secK anil murder at Kamsey's Mills, about twen-t- y tn il 5 III pirkarn A Vl miles north of there, in Hopkins SHI diamonds into this country hid I. i had not started. Tho ships begin to Hehrlng Straits to Capo Horn, this Is your plans upset, you will get somet.mtm IS'llW HlllclaM in me neei oi ma aiioe, tVhnt do y..u .SO ft 4 M roll and pitch. Oh, It Is such n delight-fu- l going to lie Immanuel'H Land. All thing just as good, and better. county, in which Cibv.ii Clark shot and I'D '.'.'.".'... ll'l FOU think of that? (Juminey I alionl.l n,v jtl sensation for landsmen! They be- the forms of irreligion nnd abomination Sail ahead on tho voyago of life, keep n instantly killed Albert Jones. Clark OK - vvibi.t familyre,i htsa-- Na that ho wns well hcclei. Detroit Tree JtacfipsmaBeaPSnSBikfM .i.l gin to bother Capt Columbus with that have cursed other part of the correct BrHTITMFM. bravo tho tempest, surrendered to tho authorities. Na I mlieO ...'..'..'.".! rmvs. Nl.All Pliris. tWO freight trnln. nnlll.t. I itnl i Iiruiir. questions. They want to know what world will land here yea, they havo mako tho best uso of the ast wind, J ".inoi.llili ... r ilbl muro run-- Irln tilft ityltt'i L a ii aaTIr. v IvSTHl ""'I' sur i I . voj mlttil .W! he thinks of the weather. Thcv want already landed and they will wrangle keep a sharp lookout, and I warrant you, cd on tho Kentucky Central and head Aatl I lha I rla .i.in .' nui t an WVasa Women In Utislness. Ircnc.wlllyou " '! Aiyt. 'si lfLVW lualic t iniiii,ic,I,OMC,,,J, P tunaokn. '.'..'.,'. biakcinnn G. S. Yninrlmn .f r:.... nUH TOU to know when ho thinks they will for the Dossesklnn nf thU l.mk.L... In tho namo of the Ood of Columbus, - lUsillllll lAlf nmrry tnc? Mr. Kinntlicrs nnnnrentl .nil I V ir sun mioii mas! Js5' llf rslr(Aiaaou IIlirut). probably get there. Every time when nnd they will make great headway and that, if you do not find just what you der, was kllleiL ,. IRf' . .u..jti Vi4s ri''?,r "llrxwr .u...., .1 trWilli i Ino romprtn 15 id n i; n . aiibf, i. k. j'ou aro not nwaro that no bids nris to n. an., tn(. 'los'S Mraa rk . ... Tub ixccutlvucnminlttennf tht Third I'll' r ho ojioncd until tho y.ir.1.- - Chienro he stands taking observations of the feel themselves almott establlshc I. Jlut want of an earthly nature, you will find i rime w ,,r . 1 ' "" lt' ri'tljinits w LeaMwcl VCsa. 'JJlfK (llstriethna given notice that if no other IIU . 4,c, IX oat " ' ' "'. ifi Jewa Itiivird. un with an astrolabo they wonder what God will not forget tho prophecies Heaven, and that will bo better. What . . .an.S'.inhli-I'h'kt. ilalry 17 A a Is' ?ivl "rrnln-tmin i . V c ir lt3 democratic X ho sees and ask moro questions Tho which encouraees Columbus about the wns worn-ou- t 446 1 Wlinv ? :"''lrrr,ofl W.I, .11(1. pMUi ni4ii tlm ai India, crouching under a judge In) candidate for superior court A'l ' K I'rlinu, bW. crew aro rather grouty. TVs .aaaWtSI J('5acorr1alt1cl,.,,rrr.,) -. I dttftl frtMn ihallMj i'w .... .. ;r& asm riK "ends of tho earth seeing th" '.ration tropical sun, compared with salubrious Judgo H.announced lv f)t.l,n m TO U'Jlla-l'- tir ITiti aaT S4 IM' uj- - ,.r in.,!i TH J. Ilrcnt, tho Incumbent, will Some of them came on under four of God." nor the Christian a Tinr.i) HUVi.v, ' XL x v,aavi islaii " NUtV YOKIC. f au?. iIhmi i in i..i.i I ha lllliall, OH.IIll.a anthem nml rndtunt und almost lllimltnblr be declared tho democratic Of Itrfc.i hcc,r.. not Just ru ui.K'h n a ' VsfiaW W months' advanced pay and others wero which Columbus led on tho mprnlng of America, and that Is nil that this little jf'lbflbk. nominee. H n'tYl'-S u"ner alcW aivl iilhnif orw, re tnivrtllnAuor.I C11WU.KS Paiiso.sm, son Im.it,iitni. m ITiraor t.ii.1 xaini, l ft ,A,f,rwlJt UnaruileUrwL !) U 4 ll Od7a&.H impressed Into the service. For sixteen tho 12th of October, HW, on ri or .atfNHi .m , of a farmer In ron.nirn.I x.ivrw .rr s No. 2 tiomU Dr llen-n'- j coast world In which wo llvo can afford you near Itussellvilie, wus the I'll " Wi nui ' 'UN days tho wind Is dead east, and that of San Salvador. Llko that (lock o 8 inUrd struck on tlio I'nvorlto Treoerip-tion- . a. ti of land compared with that supernal realm head with n stick 11 il.ntl.iirf I..SH IS.IIa KMi In luo fairan.l I .T fr: Z."TJriJiiVV'' pleases the captain, becauso It blows birds which met the Santa Maria IhathiiiMtup, fn in the hands of mft Ul i nnd the whoso foliage and whoso fruits nnd Mrriiijthrns, and in It Johns, of the same neighborhood, ''Ills Now mean i.llil V.tllrirm'nV Ihera further nnd further away from l'lnto and the Nina fjr out sea, Indica- whoso riches and whoso population nnit f km iltD U'ciU'rnsKiam . , siporutiw tlis rntlro at a near Oalivilie, tlio other night, and Is the European coast, ond further on to- ting to tho commanders of fnnnlo ivjim o'. rn.i It that fleet whoso grandeurs and whoso worship now lying In an unconscious condition. .nnriwi.,.., L'lllt'ACiO sins ib jiie 'lIl.f.B,i Jul Im" ward the shore of another country, if that they were retiukites nii.l S TO Q jy'.llll anj ,fl, in approaching somo and whoso Christ mike, up an nflluenc Hewillpi-obablvdlu- . -- S'o. ... Tim ,llm,.,,l.,. nil Urn pr.'jier there is any. After a whllo there comes country, so a whole flock of promises that tho most rapturous vocabulary Shop , r I ll iMlfn .n.l... rri olu rf Ihaumaliiti funitloiis iif strimnn. euned at a barn dunce, nnd too much a calm day, and the attempt Is made to and hopes, goldsn winged " u. TVklka.iJSI'r'-irsaisSiJCC'r.-tiuUia uf ucdU Corn- - Nn. i... IM T. nnd songful, fails to utter. " a PL. laaL iMiproieniiicra. II '1 "booro" caused the trouble. O.lU-.MI'lllAIll.Uw a. s fathom the ocean, nnd they can not this morning alight around tion, enrirhm tho M,xnl, ill.,., n,"l'4 U ,;,) HIK-us, reassur. 11 V, John P. Dkitk.v, Injured somo days Iilni, intlanelioly nml nervous, hrliiiri touch bottom though tho lino and lead ing us that we nm n,,,.,M,li, oldest If you will b IDS . uiiikiMmV Inlook Into thej"" willbook ago IiVo runaway nt Louisville. Is dead. run down S00 fathoms. Moro delight- the glorious period of tlml tlin ,vfi,1il Vli, ''' ""'1 r,',,ot', hmMl n"'l lirwin'h'5 IIALTIMOItK. awG re.ia '. American Ul I.ln..i..il, ful sensations for those who are not ovangolizatlon. Tandv (2l'Ihkmii:iiiiv, nn old citizen, 'I.Oim-1'ain- lly ( Kl ft I It'ii nw ii ful nwUirntlvo tonic nii.lwx.th- A dlvino lntluenco will that tho men who havo conquered tho s good sailors! A fathom is six feet and yet sweep the I hnva I..I- 1- t W, 1111? Ilt'rt Inn iivwl,, temptations hnvu not only of Clark county, committed suicide tho (,'iirn Mlxwl continent that will mako strongest lulfnB hfnil, Mi.0 uud l,li(, sviiniril. Voaiaee tl2I Vf'i ",M..'"f.r' ' L'"I 'Jirr, j. W'i lieU, nnd tho only yvuranlenl 800 fathoms 1,500 feet, and below other afternoon by blowing his brains .,,! had the courage of tholr convictions, rrmt.lT frr that iniquity dron llkn iln,.1,.i it.-,- woninii'a wcdknesw, nnd ailments. It may bo many hundred feet deeper. mako the most blatant out In .... THE POT INSULTED nil ftp "fMll.ll.l ramil nirifu ...! infidel declare It but have had tho indwelling power of of with a shotgun. Ho was a vetornn UIK .i THE KETTLE BECAUSE n iM 2 III To add Interest to tho voyage, on tho wu, oniv joKing the Mexican wnr and for n long sTTl.i:Mrm nlullli- T CUr"' yoU lmVB I'lrt when it said tho Hlblo God. T. L. Cuyler. i fill HI ' yur : 4W time has been partlnllv ln...... u '"WS twentieth day out, a violent storm was not true, nml thn .... t -- l..l.. money lioefc! (O THE COOK HAD NOT USED .... ,.,u weeps the sea, ond the Atlantic Ocean announce that it always ,1unb Uiut.ioii INDIANAPOLIS. Whatever you are from nature, owned considerable property null for did believe in hihBin'"iti m?.ny .m'sjlrines "nllcso" Cn. Ci m , tries what it can do with tho Santa uiU oi nations, i.tt Mhors call for keep to it; never desert your own line many years hnd lived n hermit's life. " .V''.1 Corn No. S rril i'i II. (r. Taiiu, n Mt Sterling grocer, wns iUurla, the l'inta and the Nina. Ojts No. i g i'i ilrUm. JHoVbo "'",' i"mt ,1,W"" ,"'t' nnd rcou em and dpml ,n., - of talent Ho what nature Intended n '"" the throat ... ?.m nnrl jvm, w. ... Some of you know something of what George Ircderick .... ltAti.tn- - held up by footpads Instead of shell-ini.ouisvir.r.1; a. . ... tju... wm Hande.s hallelujah ,,U4 lui) sea can do with the Urabrla, tho no a4 20 out Mr. Tnbb pulled a revolver and rr.OITH Wlnlir iKKnt chorus. Thero has been thlng clso nnd you will be ten thousaud mnitxl ierfuctly iin.1 isninneiitlycuro. the Teutonic and the City of late about communication much talk of times worse than nothing. Sidney tho footpads flew. ''g 71"i with other Paris, and you must Imagine what the worlds. Jtiiieti IJAI8V KKI.U.ngs, aged 0, of Louis-vlllj ct 3!', Smith. uis IEWI S' 98 LYE I'OIIK Mcsi hj (, tl acean could do with those three small deaf, dumb und blind, is Mars has come so near we can see its GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. N The new Irish Viceroy Is a filial learning the sign language rapidly UltU-bteL rOHHMirn ami rilllTJIKD ihlps of olden time. You may judge canals, and it hn i, , i.w at the nn TTIft fnthpr wna nn nlrl renrnVinti. I.AfLflTrU) wht the ocean was then by what It Is signals after a while we may communl- deaf nnd dumb institution at Danvin,. The ttronwt antl purat llll SAPOLIO SHOULD db in who wasted time and money in collect.. - .. now It has never chtnged its habits. ...... Milk Mil... .. KITCHEN. made LnlllieotlicrLyc.llbrlR nnt ...... TiiE.tobacco burn of Frank H. Lalrv nurs. AD, that Will ing literary and artistic Indelicacies a nnoixjndtr md paktd Ino on It csn smile like the morning, but often not- be noftsibln until m, .. U(1UUHV.U i., t... v.n sltunted near Long View, Christian -tttiremoriblfl nu, tho..ccEtentt c of sheoh These the son ....hi t m ttvai raiiv tho His the Archangel of Wrath and its reformed i end evangelized. county, together with all Its contents ,.. H... ...ti.- ,'.' i.::rij?;..znt ..""J Potttown, Pa. most rollicking fun Is a shipwreck. not do for our world la Its It would has committed to puritanical flames. For consisting of wheat nnd tobacco, was JtoiplaW minutti tctliovt boltlost and I was a auiTcrcr from The mutinous crew would hare killed ruined atate to have (17 11 1. Uu km for cleanainf entirely destroyed M Caammpil... and p.epl. B communication stills pipe., fllilnfrcilrg ilnln, Tendencies proved false do not at nltrht. Lois I'J.ooo. by fire tho other ncuralela for ten yeari; a nliali.T. ..liluaiicr Ailh.H (.oiumousnaaitnot been for the gen- with other worlds, h would spoil cloiels, wastur botllm. palnu, i with nn once stop. They are like the vessel Ihe fire originated H n.,itioulJtii. It Puo'iCur. fur H eral opinion on shipboard that he was their morals. tried all kinds of reme But wait until this from sparks from Q Con.umpimn, tin aiir.a which still moves forward when the the only one that could take them baek vorld Is fully redeemed, as WliJft TUtl lVf """dies without relief, and H lliauiaiiil., llbM nollnlu will be, propeller breaks. All the force of the flro with which the tobacco was it home In safety. The promise of a silk and then, perhaps, cm lllilb. bdieouib irup, had given up all hope cured. interstellar cone- - some movements is In the past Stuck-cnberl tried a Ely's Cream Balm svaistcoat and 140 In money to the man spondence may be opened. H fl'' .T.rthtt.. 4. Tnr.ju: wns no session of tho house D0K1C oi nt who should first discover land appeased this smitten nml vl,.b.....i Till then Baaaaaaaam?itJiHfri!FliraTrf?aaaaaaaaaaW ...n,t.i nf quicKLV ciiii:a Prankfort on tho Sd, but the senate X. JAOQBM OIL, them somewhat, but the Indignation ours must be quarantined from coining There Is no substitute for n genu- was kept busy despite the fact thut t and it effected such nnd blasphemy and threats of assassi'T"1. XfuiUoalMUil One GOLD IN HEAD iw mar uie uwallen; worlds. Hut, ine, free, serene, ..in no quorum, , ine election l.ll nation must have been nwfiil. Vt rin.l thank God.. thn m--, ,,,i,,...i... ........ childhood. A fine manhood and worn glen first wonderful relief that I i,ii. iindiiig ami ordered print J'.' 'I'llt.t'lt'B WATERPROOF COAT A. n ic -- i:. 1417 I sustained tho great sailor commanding cheered Columbus in lus ureat under-- anhoodcaii bo built on no other foundiv uud thu I Prim AdViii?rf recommend it to all. rewiuiu bill wus giwn a, bl me eania Nana. WHKM HIiniMI ro AUVI'llllKllta I'LCA.a taking f beer us. Aincnci foi Godl Yea, tlou. Kate Douglas WIggin. ond tvudliif. Chas. Law, Jii. Bottlo. ' KLl UltuLUWari.ii 81 taUlbat y.a ai Ik. " TALMAGE'S SEJUION. - n siiffui-aiPi- '!' J 1 i.rl. ' - ,l- ..ii 1. ht . . i.vi.i-mir- 1 PR.kiLMrP'c; wool-comb- I . j ' ,, S1yvAMB einliit-grande- 1 WB7 v do-se- 11 o ht tfg&f B5si:!irfs , - lop-side- .iiirr over-boan- l, 'rATKIDNEUIVER: o t. n- ,,, . miiu-grauuc- r, - l. i i.i Liver Complain. CahtiTliofihjt2aIIer. one-thir- -- . ll en-titl- The Benefit spl-itu- can't-be-dono'- s. e ,. s. 1 mm 1 I v r t.-lf.- ' n- -e I t) o corn-cutte- r. post-morte- n ,... ,.,t . J ' ch-xl- imui Mi- t. i si-'- st-- I ' ' s "German SVPUD lr c is-- S iilr.-n.l- 1 j.i ..- a - riATin nJSOTJiisioixro and - ' J n-'il- iii I eh!'.-n'Va- o 5 I ; 111-- nttK-thiu- - rat. . -- -- ." j-- u I M-v- Latest Styles -- 'run -- 1 n. A mull ' .j U 4j T i ' l ,1,, ' 1 MSB? doxul-ogie- 1 p s .... iti.-n- . y con-tain- bSbmm i boss huskers:.'..1":.: WA7 ! I- -'" tole-grap- '.. pas-n-v tn,! -- .' mujr-Kle- l i". . . 'is tin T.S log-boo- W. ilgiMi S3 SHOE ,VM( 1 L. DOUGLAS . f..i n . , Ir h-l- ) I iw"i z ftu-- a rl r ,' r it "rr .pr;. .. . aaaaT. - - i Km-mc- tt X'r. L I ,.,.,. (AIN-Wli- KH Nll oil 1 pro-inot- ra w Mis ara 'i. - -- ."' . AllD-bto- H lAIN-Whnti-- .Vo .. BEtn5f,y4V mAA-- h.26: IHRKSJ wmmt9tr 'aaaaaaaWaT m SStsrW to4ib.&y' Dutn-Ml- xisl ' l.-i- ' gi 1 ui Srnl -' ,in-ne....-.- g Corn-.M- Iie.l ln v,.i uui a, SAPOLIO used every bric-a-bra- Coat and Curt. ... Ii -' -.. be-In- g Yars. 10 OEi? A. llt J bread-and-butt- mmvtKj J it sSSl J TOWER, L0ST0N. MASS. Vlth A4t.rllnairnt la lal &L li l witmy liJlillV' spa .' m Kvcry ctcnlng on shipboard ll".7 'in 'n0 round world for God! Then' enn be WHY HE VOTED FOR DIX. Nn "MfTorstlon, prayers and sung n vesper hynw Hut, no doubt about itl That great Italian KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. AT ITS HEIGHT. An em nn t (lermaii stieoiHiist on tlirost nfter nil tho patlcnco of those on l rd navigator also Impresses me v. itli the S. S. .Mu.rlof Louisville, A Ilrutal soldler'i .set mi llmrtniir'i IhMiiiI was elect-cThe Divine Discourses on Columbus' the ships had been andluiiftdis. iss,,ri, 'a sl.Ki,t mill 111 Ciinterpirner., a mcmWr of the luard of control exhausted, "' ",0 ','l?il thnt when one does n good th.ng, pn"..., Tho Carnlvnl nt Bt. LouIij a Olorl-ott- o eroupUsum " illoiose thn of Discovery great Captain or Admiral lia.' l,cn ho can not npprcelnto Its ramifications, of a er. o .- .A psrtv of gentlemen sat In a cafe elilH nnd doutrt will misue riii LRinic association, in from snftw ion" lir. ux i cursed by every anathema thlli"l,im To the moment of his death, Columbus session nt HufTalo. Success. one evening discussing politics, says it i t n.!. I'roupl'ut. fri,iMrtW Unit the liellelon Tlierrof-T- l.r ci,i A World lips could frame, one night a si.or.nv never knew that he hud discovered correspondent, whenl'npt. of lhnmett Mrl'ormlek When, en i. 'null runnm l.tnoplmn frrlnrd to Him I.(,,.M,ril Until lie ft light moving nlong tho sli.Tf. and America, but thought that Cuba was n fell int.. a tlrw and wns Hem Keeofthls city remarked that A I'rmtileil mill llitpp? ('Il.rl:lnlii.r., M.fiits. I Hleliyitirinoniitietit.lr iiritl, burned to death ho J'minil thn (Mlirr llll-l- nd men moving up nnd down nnd then J,v port of Asia. Ho thought the island Ills- - nt Ilustomille. hI.Ii tliroiuflioi.t j. '.title A een a democrat all his life but li.xs,- - ItTlI.I, Airiins, imiiii. r I n 1,1 nt tKte of ti, Mil Up Thine Kjre. sVmtnaril!" appearing. One Friday mornings' pnn'oln was the Ophlrof Solomon, lie t'rm.il.-s- lt Mr. f iirllllimtlr. iHh.,.n,:m. Mr. Tandy ijueonsberry. had e ' iote.1 the republican tlekot, I .".'"l "" M" ""'. snit s.tnt Wtb tuts I Ids ballot for Illiiliilnstril Tlie subject of Dr. Tnlmape's sermon o'clock, Just long enough nftcr lhurs- - thonghthehailonlyopeueilntiew way to of I nrk county, Vrol Hint I ItliMiv l, lutnlli Iran, n.t bum cIT Witrxii Usttmit there Is aqnas'lon m ,J castoiB Hie hitler ran Gen. John A. DIx I of Oilier I i.lltllr .11- Ttij iitdiif B.hi Slot 1'. Hill It llr ilnt,0.lnr. I Kunday was "Half n l'lanct," tho text day to make It sure that it win Friday old Asia. Had he known what North kl 11 1.1m .but tho friend nltni for governor In nheliiei lie '(ll.bu?'" ,K'rr"lk1' 1'isiHjo- declining, hedld 1S72 st.J the con.umtr I nndso glvo another blow at the worM s and South America wero nnd nrc, and it himself ii lyr no Ua I trarllniii. le - AUilil-- e lioinff Deut. ill, 27, "Lift up tlilno ores ef liu m le nlih im; puttlme. for nothing. idea of unlucky dnys on t'ridavmorn- - that he had found n country fl.OOO mllos my life," he answered, In s Westward." ")i Till: Jewish population of Hopkins-vin- e " nu inquiry regarding his reaSo Ood sold to Mooes In lllble times Ing, October l'J, 1192. a iron from the. wide, 10.000 miles long, of 17.000,000 St. Lotts, Oot C This Is "I"alr Is the Tlie llr. llr.t nrr oll nrrr,, ,, , have orirniiliied themselves ,. reph KILMER'S rncr ... impiiUnt, wn I'lnta signaled "l.nnd Ah..i Then sqtutiv miles, and four times as largo ns congregation During tho war I was a private ThuiMtay," nnu It sons nnd fco ho Mild to Chrhtoforo Colttmbo, unfurtttiinte for lr'i Klein., i, llliu-rs- , It uu It e llv ,i ino nlout tweuty-llvl.urope, tne Happiness would nave Won till) llS IIWIIhI.,1., with 11... In tl llio son of n rtclfth Now Yorl, cuinlry. coin- - tint city that the census can not be start mid ill' i lend all . of (Icnon, me snips lay to. and tho bn.it. . low i net i, . mm lime . by Col. II ay lies. more than 400 years ajro. The Nations ercd, and Cnpt Christopher inland"'" too much for morVtl man to endure. toraiM- - funds with which devised plans inaiuli-In October, taken . malai lul ciiiiel for topnv fortho 1503 obtained n thirty days' furlough veal tho presence It would certainly re- lrnlealn.lt "itderati.Ui.lii.n, ,ii, ,i first steppeil upon tho shore, '" ' He hail no Idea that the time would rent mehlsnf ih. hud been lookli.tf chiefly townnl tho lit it of over a million of n hall and the iwrvhes of n rabbi no., tirui .1 i, lli.'iimati.n, i'i.,.i for my home In Otsego county, lHopl,.. The street nro throin-e.- l Kast. The sculpture of the world, tho tho song of birds and tho air a tvrgf "f eome when n nation of 00,000,000 people tintil they can and wltli Ooqimenil.il. ptlltlle kiinw. n. , ,, .,,,, erect u synagogue and The le't ioiI of my leuvo of redolence, and took possession in the on this side of the sen would W joined nave pi architecture of the world, tho laws of absence li.iil slght-seer(Iriiinl ate t cre.leni and there are over Hi. 000 pre. pii.Ioi a regular pastor of Hielr own. Iho world, tho philosophy of the worliL nnmo of tho 1'nther nnd tho Son am' nt by nil tho intelligent nations on tho reached West Troy on people who have spent a happy day at Hrniiilritlll s simss. 0. Dr. l.awhllls farm, near Danville, expir when i loi j i. nost. of the sea, for the most part So tho voyniro thnttgun other side Ihe civilization of the world, tho rethere is a tree stump II feet In elrcum-ferenc- my w i ' back to my regiment and its I the fair. The exposition also has Wen I.tnnr lint. I .to MM .will ragf this win ligion of tho world came from tho Eaht. Miui me jsacrament cndlncr withk'',ria of n ear reciting his wonderful deeds. had i me, It Is now hollow, nnd six or reste.1 in mv furlough with chargewnsnr- - crowded all day. Hint Gilmore's "One tt, iimt o w psxiplii siliu .;i i. .,,i In c.xcclsls deo. From thnt dnv onn.ir.1. It took centuries to reveal the result of that town on the of d. Hundred." the greatest Kind an onrlli, lbni -- In', nut, unite initinmus, ns in name was eight head of heavy cattle could stand railed nftcr It was I.atlnlied, stood you say there can bo nothing for Colum-bu- s that ono transatlantic voyage. So it has sett, uid taken to Goietnor's Island has had to resMind to eiieure after mi coiiuori witiiin but honors. Towards, rophsol'. always Wen. t ed In confinement. H lien .Vuliirn i core nt each ol limit hip maps and examining I. DlVtVlX. of Simlli I.il Could Paul, on that dune dn.v. when !.!. "V there I saw considerable cm- - great music hall,the four concerts In the NptsIs nslsl i.mlt itKtyhatast to rrn.ler It and reading cosmography, God said to palaces and world-wldnpplnuf N". father of eight sons, ranging between net slhi.ilj i..,,,.,...!.,.. . .... prenipllt, Ii cised him: "Lift up thine eyes toward the nol On his way back to Spain hu ship he was decapitated, have had nny Ide.i the ages The of to nnd M years, who. with city i v-- n and by officers in charge of. oWr LxksIiIoii remalnsopen until Oe. ."JSJJ" 5J.' VJA '.'"n.,.',M "tyliei was so wrenched by tho tempest snd v' of what elTcct his letters and the actho West." particularly and any "-- ' -'. KIDNEUIVER C2 DlcW iiti their father, form n xery strong bus,., of apiii m named Wilson, n In the ease- should ,arrange" who hare not sen It I iiesinl Tho fact was it must have seemed to threatened with destruction Uut he count of his life would have on Chrisquarteriimsto attend at least once tie remesiv la 1. rrVpf wroto n brief account of hl dLvicrv tendom? Could Martin Luther have ball team. When they were nil homo ter's sergeant. He was In the hnblt of before the great door:uc finally closed tUIPlt ll) III. Columbus a very tig Myrup ntaiiuhe. world. Llho l'o l)ist(hcH tinivi'l. and put it in ti cask nnd threw it over- had any Idea of the echoes that would Just summer they played several picked strls's' tho prisoners for the most for the season. This Is the ninth con-tra cart with one wheel, HUe a scissors nan has likedI up a board, that tho world mlcht n.it se ring through the nge.s from tho bang of ....i-.- unu iii mo games. 'hi'1 In Isr n wi. IS9 SUtMO I uol UlsHitMsl con.1- ttrsimnuiifiiI"1'i 1111.1..I1011 urine, in in In 'J1' '"". offense in fact, for actions soenlie ntiniml season, nil leeouls fur silll.'PllMI ui with one blade, llko a sack on one side, m At n meeting of tho Lexington city .nndUll u of n camel needing a sack on tho other ine niivantagc or his adventures. 11 n his hammer nailing the Latin theses u.l.l.-iif- i win. 'i n no way should liavo Wen con- - annual cxpositli.tis having Wen easily llaiwstiin ,N. rl'.iKoef wairr ..itliittMiiie. iltle to balance it Here was a brldo of ors n waited him on the beach, M he against a church door nt Wittenberg? council it was agreed to comply with idrre.l olTensUe. One day ho hit a broken, and rs the displays have Weit llrv It P C r, tVeOiin I )ni( on., a world with no bridegroom. When iinucriooK n second voyage, nnJ "' Could i:il Whitney have realized tho tho city's contract to furnish $15,000 to frier of mine, a man well ail a nee, In getting Wtt?r nnd WtUr exery year. "1 v bouts Hail's I'alunh l Tills, .ustsnitiiliie . ,u continents of wealth that would bo add- purchase property for the location of jcai- - aim i resotveu to gel even w urine. .sV..tmi.:..J liod makes a half of any thing Ho docs it came all mnllgning nnd pern-mttit me coiuiiiiuhi attractions tire mj. Iijejeil eaixsJ uj InMe fh I tiuiu ..it.in out. iur.T..itlii) iroul.linnd kMtiejrilinitullktv , uK not stop there, lie makes the other and denunciation and poverty, lie v.is ed to the south by tho Invention of his the Kentucky Union car shops, city him e ever gave tne a chance. The lively irresistible tins fall The gtBiS, ,00. called a half. a liar, acla. a cotton gin? Could John Uuttenborg, bonds will bo usue,i to ,,, amo,in"t opp 'iiiityratne the next day. 'Ihe music is the iny Wst thnt enn M r riilsrum! Ii.rr. f.il Imsith. bilious- We arc a'.l obliged sometimes to leave fraud, a deceiver of notions, s.jwu'a-tor- s tolllngyear .if terycar making type, and named, payuble in thirty years. isltaiire:ailaihomrt of vmir sturt kre f the men was placed iu'n hirgp be provided. rpi?iinllrH of Ir is probable that the iiumK-- r of bar. ami each lunn helped himself as and the art gal lei y is one mtuo.w. .... vm.. ,v, . I(vu, imj iniam Jaiin.irv "' " "' 'i''v.m. niyt,(ifin. ki.iii. robbed him of his good name, laboriously setting them side by side, things only half done. Hut God never of the voters w ho registered In Louisville .lur- l.q.aiue .iloug in tho line. 1 picked up tops half way, because Ho has tho courtiers depreciated his dlseovorirf.and nnd with presses changed now this way Cttr.K r id- - sad llronelilils with Hate's iHfl. .......( time and power to go nil the way. I do there camo to him ruined hril'i and and now that, and sued by John Fnust fot ing the registration days just passed ttni- mece of bread, but I put It back ntul i ..,,. ,rr1"'.""". iueerits.il, ilrtblillnc, liuhey of II rt!nMHl M Tr tl iiMHmli,, niui us r put, not wonder that Columbus was not sat- Imprisonment nnd chains of ijrkfh he money loaned, nnd many of tho people will reach sa.DOO. Almost of s'J.vtpl another. like. TwoUwatto DiMHrarulu one minute. isfied with half a world, nnd so went to said while he turned them f trying to client liutteubcrg out of his those who rvjrlstered refused to state iyty didn't you keep that bread"" ,'",""'"MIMII.lfl U ...V"""" niJ. IM f (ft IU nl,4 Hi- -, SvpwVJ the sptxeant. MorK to nnd tho other half. Tho pieces "I will wear them as a mrtnento of the invention, he toiling on until he pro- wieir party nltllintion. Tna Uie ttralln. Ilm.llunnel ... V"rJl"e",, "r tM is. "'" ei.o "I'p I mikk tlie new election law hht. shrlnkii ire iWuliUp. of carved wood that were floated to the gratitude of the prince" Amid keen duced what Is known as the MnKarln a7 "HeHuisc I didn't like it," I replied. pro. the .... ,..j.i, . v...., iiii.aiiAuio.s, ri. 1. shores of huropo by a westerly gale, appreciation of the vorld's abuso nnd Hlble, have nny Idea that as a result ol hibltion party in Kentucky is not "Wei", primps you'll like this.'' h.' Itrrcinv's l'i . n.t naljr tfl n I sit. to have the names .if iuenndU . ' ed, dis w ing Wck his clinched list 1 and two dead human faces, unlike any- cruelty, and w ith Ivdy writhing in the his Invention there would be libraries 1 i.e are pr. . uiir kttowvj I'.ri trflKitit riko mr I was t.H quick for hint .it I thing he had teen before, likewise float- tortures of poui ho groaned out his that placed side by side would ngalo dates put upon the olllclal state ballot, tin of Fog. or!d to I"- t lit a k ueaalwt." ed from tho west, were to him tho voice last words: "It manus tuas Domino and ngain engirdle the earth, or the tho purty having failed to poll i pur oekc.l bini down . guartl ruslo I meum." "into thy showers of newspapers that snow the cent, of the vote of the taU at the last of Ood, saying: "Lift up thine eyes commendo n nn r lolnn beand pVtiugcd his liayotiet Into mv fimlnent aulhoitty In I.ondn 01.I . rhs uj - le, A petition with l.ooo names toward the west." Hut the world thon, baud Oh, Lord. I commend mv spirit." world under'' When Manhattan Mnm election. whoi. enrtyasearto this da declares Ui .t tU UnJou fog Is the thief Of course hchad regal obsequies. That was sold to tho Dutch for til neithei attached ban Wen filed with ns now, had plenty of attempted to repeat the .1. s. I . lose of the health of enclKHl hi, musket front him. n.in.,, That is what keeps individuals back, is tho way the world tries to at me forlu they who sold or bought could have tai-.- i of statu in order to overcome this . that NKtrtfWlif. ! lit nnd enterprises back, and the church mean treatment of great benefactors. foreseen New York, the eommercln' dilllculty. j straight m lik hpart at.d pulled t'.r exfltn itkm is that the fog 1$ Inrfctly Bapni's?.9yi!MAH!L Thi: Frankfort Argus sys some of ggcr. TlVa gun eontalneil onU a back, and nations back Ignominious Many n man Las had a fine rule to his metropolis of America that now stand due to Milplmr pr..l ,, eJ h,- burning soil ' Sm ...... .... grave who during life 1ml to walk nil on it. Can n man who preaches a the members of tka ink cartridge. I wasc.utrt-mnrtialennu disgusting and disheartening soal, that three hu iJred tons of sulptrar "ATC3 ULOOO POI tF boarding for ft. so n woek and saving I'SIHRI d sentonie.1 to W shot the follow u g tho w ay. A big funeral, and instead of sermon or a woman who distribute thru.vn int tbt air In ilngla acvaaa s .no Blood taint. V4p.r Old navigators said to young Colum-Ini- bread they give him a st n that Is, n tracts, or a teacher who instructs o big money ont of their tUnrle. During the Interval from the 1j . nj tlut v Inn the ' mo of sentence 1 Is Jama and Toi W. Dai h. the . "It can't bo done." The republic tombstone. Hut death that liingsqulet class, or n passer-b- y who utters encour0 survredetl in . ntm iggy tins v in r taytctrtslt to tht ground to tho body of others did not lulnjf quiet aging words realize the infinitudes of of J. H. Duvia, was instantly killed at of Genoa said, "It can't be done." ''g n hole through the door of mv M. .... means of whlc'i I could ewae to anj kills thener usartduceJ In refuvhtept V. said, "It cau't be done." A to his. First burled in tin eliurch of useful result? Tho toucher at Harrow his father's farm, ton" mile east of LaCMtUckart y. or at least take chances should tl. llnest oh I'm- con- ' .1 Th-- r. p a 'so ommlttce on maratimo affairs, to Santa Maria. Seven jear- - afterward school who tolled with William Jones, grange. The youth was riding; a miila n.i fe.vets. uiiitrwltt Uit eminent aun .H Mtmetwt. L. .. Tnenty-tliTc- e whom the subject was submitted, de- remoicd to Seville. the most stupid lmy in school, and at which was hitched to a 'net come, Intiuiin rul-iin uio h t'.a thority Jev lares that Uivjon mlcht unJtr O- Hut my case had been presented by blending of color and the triumphs ..f clared, "It can't be done." Venetians years afterward removed to San tho foot of his class, did not know that The animal took fright and ran. throw-lu- g ptnntt tin' try conditions taxosae Finally th rider. The corn-cnttsaid, "It can't bo done." !ut the father Domingo. removed to ho was titting for his work the great hit him i d. Lummls, commanding Governor's mechanical art are combined, and there cutcs scnorvLA CVCH Cert tin It Is that the Ihmbviji est Oriental scholar of modem times, Just Wlow the hipe, cHttinar the KJv of Columbus' wlfo died, leaving his Cuba. Four aro U,IW I1, olectiia. carriage, mid and. to Gen. DIx, who was In com-IN IT3VyOflTIOHM3. journeys iytem rrruret ti btwleatrtcd tMe trxnd of the northern department of other department svidow a large number of sea charts and from sepulcher to sepulcher I wish his statue, now in St. Paul's cathedral, in two, The of prodieJ hv the refuse material Out snaps, and, ns if to condemn tho slur his bones might be moved just onco London. army, and Thursday breeched w..r.l rHNiiing an exixaotion of this kind is Kvery move you make for Tun house of tbe general assewblr . lose in Ji jeti in and other aiglasUof. T Kn rs .n I more, nnd now that thev have come so God, however Insignificant in your own na.i no quorum on the ith, that different ages put upon mothers-In- ' cnnro enormous, but the n, e was i and an ad- '.Mt I was to have a rehearing. ., . : ...r? i Th Jaw, tho mother-in-laVl iinltoriuljr large that It is on.y j II.KtV. ei s "bspqnently Krqtutted, joined my reiri-- ' of Columbus near to America as Cuba, thev might, eyes or in the eyes of others, touch! journment nu had nntil the nth. j u,r not Kul tnj; vwrri the s is rot auomplished hv tht we of UUH .1... t. native Gum Urdtts. I haw tcntaln to javo him the navigator's materials, out during tho great Columbian year, be worlds larger than tho one Columbia The annualconveution of the bank"ii in uio south and fought throagU nbisloa. rj Tltla .!iai'rf H eet pamaaiee.l.C liHHIiinj tlelttijj, but of which he deciphered America. After transported to our own s)i,.ri, where discovered. Why talk about unimport- ers of Kentucky adjourned to meet next tie war, while the man Wilson rot four trilling ptyrarnl In- - j tre entJrrly fu-n while the story of this poor but am- they belong, and that in the fifth cen- ant tilings'.' There are no unimportant year at Paduenlt. Hon. Thorns I . from j.tv poion.u uh itancr whatever. L "nths with n ball nnd rh.xin attach- - eludes all the depart meats an well ns iCV ' ' ; mas : unto MuriDrir.oa or Tient. Gen. Dix asked the aenrp.tnt If '"tat tliegrrnt bitious Columbus reaches tho car of tury after Ins decease the American tilings. Infidelity is made up of iuffni Ilarrett was In. K The' wiiUurean) .jse of consttpalhn no president e reports were true regarding his ni'c '" CA LS Or 9 Kill CANCCn. (Jucen Isabella, nnd she pays fsn to buy continent might buihl a mausoleum tcsmals. On a clear night the smallest worth far wore than the TllR follow inir fonrth-olaor..o rlklng m.ittrr of how long st.iujioj;. Ihty CWM3 him a decent suit of clothes, so that he worthy of him who picked tins jewel of dewdrop holds a star. Kaeli one of yoo in Kentucky will be discontinued after ' ticket the prisoners, lie . rr.ii.l t . r. !!-th.t " r in pukages, the smill bostt are its thi e was obliged to do so. may bo fit to appear before royalty. a hemisphere out of the j and set it is nt the center of a universe, and "nil October 1.. KaMlftV, Lawrwnceconntv; l.ee. .. TheWautiestJ the Utet illumin.s. AlU. i.tji. e.l large ones trt it. an J th c.W le NaT- The interview in tho palace was suc- in the crown of the world's geography. you say and do some aow vibrates to tht Sims' store. Caldwell "'Well, I have Iwen a soklier tar Uos in.reaap a the Misson wr.ns.m of ,vi mmi. vi.,1. evernl years.' said Gen. Dl.x, 'and i The Illustration i ..f the Hnu ,,n., tli Hut the bright noonday sua of that extreme of that universe in all dlrec cessful. Money enough was borrowed raves county. ' S1 1 VAN HI MIDV ( .0 . j'eorU, lataajs. to fit out tho expedition. There they old sailor's prosperity went down In tions. the vri.-- of t pie.es had ocrassion to strike man in Piu.a, of Graves ' f eemmntid. .so Wilaon gotn the four areh. one ofuiustrat the iUsj.ierT d I promise everlasting renown to thou ugne.i v tire, tho three ships, in the Gulf thickest night, and tlioinrh here and county, is a sorely of Cadiz, Spain. If you ask mo there a monument has been lifted in who will go forth with Christian and has the sympathy of bereaved men. and i' onths nnd appurtenances awl I sot Amerlen and tlie groat arh'rVeinpnt . f hi fellow reprewhich have the most famous boats his memory, and here and there a city sympathetic words. After the imttle sentatives, i'y HWrtr. Do you wonder that I olumbna. To Hip visitor it innrar. ... with whom be Is though the World's fair were ulren.ly of the world, I would say, first, called after Mm, the continent he was of Copenhagen Nelson, the admiral, !opular. He was called deservedly tcil for tho general?" N. Y. Sun. home a few in progreaa, and the cbeerj whiilt greet Xoah'sshlp, that wharfedon Mt, Ararat: tho menns of founding jn n rimed went into n hospital and halted nt the days ago to find his oldest son dead and A GOOD IDEA. tho world's dims. very panorama rt.rr II second, the boat of bulrushes, in which after another namo and no titting com- bed of a wounded sudor who had Ust another in a djlm condition fiutn yvx 117 Moses floated tho Nile: iiiiniuuiion nigtii are remarkable. Or,-Third, the memoration of his work lias been pro- his arm, ami said: "Well, Jack, what lypnoirt fever. tho Kipo.lllon of tVee.l M. no tl.e seventy lira th.ntaaud lights re I must wora ts to the c( .Mayflower that put out from Plymouth posed until nearly too years after his is tho matter with you?" and the snilor nard, Tmi.rk xrnn no quorum in tho honse Mill of Hip lirrmni. s,ln Uniini. the majority of them electric, and the ficacy it' (. '". in . run. I Jnvc slth the pilgrim fathers: and now body turned to dust. .May the impos- replied: "Lost my right arm, your ai r rankfurt. on the 0th. Tlie Germans have some educational effect ia best deacrib-s- l u sc. I it these three vessels that on this, Friday ing demonstration now Iving made in honor," and Nelson looked down at !. dati'log TEXAS M:t was filed at Frankfort against eas which wp In this country have Tbe season U drawingasU1.1 close and the rcsi-l- tin n I it ply f..r HmMchiti- - ARKANSAS Jnornlng, August 3, U91, aro rocking his honor on the Atlantic eoas.. and to own empty sleeve ami said: 'Well, the Coi'l Hltlt most rx apportionment of lsss aml ,,9, .rroweti witn protit. And there are proerustlnatloa to no longer Jack, you and I aro both spoiled Action is on the ripples. I am so glad It is Friday, bo made next year In his inor perin araI Ii ivc taken it in sitiY. ill others which for mandate, and airitinst the wo might 1 COTTON BELT ROUTE ble. All the railroads are bo brilliant enoush and far- - for lishcqnen. Cheer up my brave cl ork, to that the prows of those three ships t sheriff ami auditor of C linton and u. ,.. to adopt Among them. n rates to the city of m. making lo.v self for Tl.r. t Trt uM s. nnJ has hnll first of all run down the super- soundlmg enough and Christian enough fellowl" and the sympathetic worth Hoone Lmna. sad derived I. 0 s mbt, tljyrvfmtu I . r',. of different prompt inquiry should be male of ttte ... A stition that things begun or voyage nnd magnificent enough to atone for cheered the entire hospital. Heforc Issued oountles. An alternate w i it wus neeles are the t. M.itrKt. sn. 1. , ...... . of pestiferous weeds, which nearpatsutlon agent for details. 11 mend it to my neighttKniurc . 1, started on Friday must necessarllv the neglect of centurlev Mav the trorx! you die you can, out of youi appear commanding tbew defendnn's to 11 There bor ! i rt.. and show cause hy they should ing In school rooms where theehtl-nTat- i will be grand illuminations on the ..,..-- rM. t, m an c ... IWut remedy in mkIi , s. w. ,M. 1... ri prove disastrous. Show me nny Monday j Lord allow thnt most illustriou MiTor own misfortunes1, eheer a hundred, on. txmKAVHr oh k r.M sec them as long as they go to errning of the l."th and 20 th .n.t cnata. Jini T. Dtirptte lturlva. t(k souls nnd ntart tinondfntr echoes. to iv compelled to proceed according or Tuesday, or Wednesday or Thnrsilm- - I ot " time to look over the auiethv the of li70 for the election of a visits should be arranged a as to take Vllle, ncw.tre uf iKalcts who or Saturday that eicr accomplished battlements long enough to see some of You can no more appreciate tho far- - I ' r raetlcat iden underlies thedlsnla-..enator lit these nights. There need ho no feur offtr you "tnv'luti jttst.is jjood ' us much ns this expedition that started the garland wreathed around his name reaching results of your life than Co- ;o'ntcounties. between Hoone ami Clinton Inr f these maps. It Is wpll known ' as to llnding aeesMumodatioos at tea- - AIW t Oil on Friday. With the Idea that there and hear something of the hemispheric lumbus could seo this continent from ns I.v the senate, on tbe Ith, an amend-mea- t m iU.!.J larmera are prono to treat all sonable rales, for the luet.hants )mv0 (.J. 11:: .:; m ill bo perils connected shout that shall greet his memory Arctic to Antarctic. I say tills not tc r ,p w ith the expews . nlike, and hardly to observe any organiied a hotel and board to the house bill on corporations In.-- bureau. mako j on proud and arrogant, bnt to dition, the Sacrament of the Lord's What most Impresses mo in all that was adopted, striking out the clnuse dU reneo between them; wherens tho which will eutfngo rooms .,1 board for uppcr ib administered. Do not forget wondrous life, which, for the next make you tremble witli your responsi- providing for examiner. na e of weeds differ as much as tho visitors without charge and guarantee thnt this voyago was begun under re- twclvo months, we will bo commemo- bilities and put you on guard as to what .sctcral other a state bankupi-amendments mlnni. na es of any other plants do, nnd the regular rates. ligious auspices. Thcro is the Santa rating by sermon and song and mi itarv you do and what ymi saw While studv- - ed and the bill than passed nnd will go so-- - of treatment which will cxterml-n- e Maria, only ninety feet long, with four parade and World's fair and conj.e,', ing the life of this Italian navigator, I back "Suppose," said tho lady "now to the house. will sometimes Increase and nt' vx.rtr t . ui nm also reminded of the fact that while jnasts and eight anchors. of nations, is something I have oei.-. . . only suppose, understand that Tn. criminal record of Pendleton ui p'v another. I he captain walking the deck Is 57 heanl stated, nnd that is, that tne d - we aro diligently looking for one were carrying a piece of stcaU from the s imiKirtant, county is being a.hled to almost doily. therefore, that the J cars old, his hair white, for at X, he eovery of America was a religious dis- thing wo find another. Columbus far r and ganlener should understand kitchen, and by accident should let It 1'I.OMV. V. WlM.IIW.lKII TlllIlKTTf. is as gray, and his face Is round, his noso covery, nnd in tho name of God, Colum- started to find India, but foi'nd of Mil. si p from the plate to th floor, what Chlcugo, but formerly of Kentucky, th. ' eds which they aro trying to t L'ArlDoLnModc. iiqulline, and his stature n little taller bus, by the study of tho prophesies uid America. Go on and do your duty, should you do in such a came" ' '1 he gn I r on., mi. ft i'i ,h teri than the average. I know from his de- by what Zacharlah nnd Micah ami Da- diligently and prayerfully, and If you was swoin in its practicing attorney J i a U.M nnu nil.iiis. t It ill. is hero that these German wall-- - looked thn lady square In the iy for a the court of appeals at Frankfort rided step nnd the set of his jaw that lie vid and Isaiah had said about the "ends do not find what you lKliel for you the 4..MM V ' f. It other morning. 'me In. They show colored nlc moment before asking. "Is It a prieate is a determined man. That Is Capt. of the earth," was persuaded tnjroont will find something bottot. Saul was llonr.l-ers.I the city election at Covington, the tttr .f the most )cstlfcrous weeds, In lanmr. or are there lioordersT" J ll..ll I I'hristopher Columbus. Near by, but and find the "ends of tho earth,' an i he hunting for the strayed animals of hl II I ! llbru..S.. ..k. ' it answoretl the lady. "Pick up .a r.',.s' "iirei etl.ll. t loo atn father's barn-yarfar enough oft not to run into each felt himself called by God toenrrv .r but met Samuel, other day, the democrats elected all the all' 'iresIi of growth, and also tho ways ami put bark on the plate," Htmlyit rein they scatter their seeds and who gave him a ctown ol more important officers, but in Newother, are the smaller ships, the Pinta iiumij iu me enusui wic earm. lin-the prophet, plied the girl. Khe was engaged. r, e pr. lie themselves. Uy learning nnd the Nina, about largo enough nnd the administration of tho Last s,i,lK.r dominion. Nearly all the great in port the republicans made nearly nclean th. BAiNTY WOHX ' r r m .roughly, through r Chlldreei oceaslonally give some r P. Tl 11 In... ffe enough to cross tho Hudson river before they left the Gulf of Cadi and ventions and discoveries were made b) s.vef p,leellng Geo. II. Ahlerlng to suc- da 'h day on the walls,seeing them ' .' ..r rS ceed Mr. Kerry as mayor. r. r .s r the child very peculiar answers. A tittle levus JI T OIT, or the Thames in good weather. There the evening prayers during the v ui.v, men who at tho time wero looking f. t !.'.'.', ' '. ' 11" ,11.11. Iir ls okn Ovmi IMIli W riw l,aou has been subscribed to gr. - up with a lin.Mvle.lge of the best loy. on lel!ig naked how gon t Prof. Mo.-hlire two doctors in this tleet of ships, and the devout ascription ns so.,n as something else MI..K many ehi .In ti nh.ri.kl.,llili. the N.uthwestern Homeopathic College w ' exterminate them. imd a few landsmen, adventurers who tney saw the new world, nnd thcdnxnl-ogie- s Kurope to perfect himself in chemistry lib. aiul laolhei ' s ! and Wn propoied that our ngt-f- am father children theyhd, rep'u 'd Ai f nil tho ntv ready to risk their necks in n wild with which they landed, confirm on returning happens to take th have Hospital at LonUvllle, and officers cu hare fftd i.tm r. .1 been elected. societies otfer prizes for tho other little boy on BOSSHUSKERS.V.i: r.J. .J. f.xpedltion. Sully from Havre, and There ore enough pro-- s me in saying that the dIsror of packet-shibeing ashed the . ...... AT a Farmers' Alliance meotln- - nt Hi d mlloeltons of weeds not isions for a year. roplled: "Two girls nnd a 1. . America was a religious ilisnierv while in conversation with n passenger Goforth, purpose of encouraging their cuestkn. Iloliert Asberty, a Hltie Lick for "Capt Columbus, whero are you sail- Atheism has no right here; infide it I'm tht boy.'-Tc- nas learns of same experiments in Franco farmer, was Sifthsgs. it rttfcotar., VrG vltfir' i'i- n, but In order to shot dead ns he was watch- i'ti extend a ing for?" "I do not know." "How-lon- no right here: paganism has no r?ht which suggest to mm tho magnetic felo-- ing t , I it li.,lr..a,li, Un. aTrtiWl '.ge of them, nnd thus contribute a Uti teWtart The tlrst Amcri.mn newtpaper was Dr. Bull's Cough -T before you will get there?" "I can here. And as God Is not apt to f m grnphy. Syrup A ctxi-r extermination. bulletin just Issued, con- to t Youth's Coin- - published in tiMW, and in I W0 the u.ul not say." "All ashore that are going," any of his undertakings (at any rale I Ho went to Kurope to learn tho wispan FAT FGLKS REHUCED ntimlN-ro- f perlodicnU publlshetl n the .;":;!".' Is heard, and thoso who wish to remain have never heard of him hnvlii? dom of others, mil disco vorod the tele- tains a Kentucky Item that la news to a niOlliLLti D good many Kentncklana. l.M- sktirliuulr.trttl I'nlted .States and Canada was npitrlv It is that cotpo to tho land. Now tho anchors of tlie r . 'ws' r'srf .if .l:td4 .. IN '.rrtn iMlnmn.railar to do with a failure. Aidiuj is graph. Hargrenves, by tho upsetting ol ton was ralsvd two THE MARKETS. il. . r ,ir yean ago In sixteen ,nn..iL 16,000, with a eomblnod annnal Issue ..f . . . ti- Mtel f. three ships are being weighed nnd tho going to bo gospelized, nnd fr nit lie a machine, and the motion of its wheelf ' w 1 counties in this state, the total acreage Ofi rJt'ir.U '.u. rail, .,t Mi' U.i UL nearly 8,500,000,000. ratlines begin to rattle nnd the sails to Golden Gate of California to the while npsot, discovered tho spinning m I at aall L Mi, t bar ri. tsttj btMrtrf. CI.SCIS.SATI Oct. II I.I l - 'VIC unfurl. The wind is dead east, and it Narrows of New York harbor, and Jenny, .so, iny friend, go on faithfully """'i. ."-- " ami mo product S73 bales. X n Worn, reached Princeton of n bloody He .Seomixl to lie. Mrs, Unmmry tl THIN Ilftturr nf Arairrntth ': A hull'lM-t- t does not take long to get out to sea. In from thu top of North America to and promptly with your work, nnd i B 110 no'.-PIIIHll.l. it niitfin Hore's nn aecount ' minoo t nitftir murder at Hnmsey's Mills, about twena .Off H I TO lil1Illtj4lHHU alH It r t llnmup.l nn hnl . smugn few hours tho adventurers wish thev tho foot of South America, UJS gled diamonds Intoofthis man who hid it hu h fnjm you do not get tho succoss you seek nnd ty miles R B i'uker 1 E 35 1 19 s. II WU irMiitlulrnta ,. ft 1 ui north of there. In Hopkins Mil subject l lu.lon.i.rr br law r nl .1 country had not started. Tho ships begin to Hehrlng Straits to Capo Horn, tin, is your plans upset, you will got somew Kirn I a.rrmlun atatl n In the heel of Ilia shoe. What do yu . In j"b county, In which Gibson CIHrk shot and I.A"n. rimer era, ninnrt nn 1 M toll and pitch. Oh, It is such n delight- going to bo Immonuel's Land All thing just as good, and Hi better. VU FOK H'later IamUv tfcl its think of that? Otimmey I should suv Clark (lit . ful sensation for landsmenl They be- the forms of Irreliglon nnd nliomin.V'on Sail ahead on tho voyago of life, keep n instantly killed AlWrt .lone. 'tarsi-N- at rod. O M surrendered to the authorities. oil gin to bother Capt. Columbus with mat nave cursed other parts of tho correct nrHTICMFH. bravo thu tempest, ft M ', that he was well heeled. Detroit Tree .' Na Imlxisl l'reas. A trnulnp in', .1 lioellmt . ill not lit Ni.au Paris, two freight trains collid-er. questions. They want to know what world will land hero yea, the have make tho best uso of tho oast wind, rlni llrnii tr. VV" to i mixed. ii. 91 llbl I il r IstrTTl Ur. on the Kentucky Central and head 'S Cm r,Wl ss '.tbV.r g nu . .t'n.tiil fo 1 .. lie thinks of the weather. They want already landed anil they will wui.trle keep a sharp lookout, and I warrant you, .rr iJj. t mil .tTlt'l Lrlen. Women In lluslnoss. Irenc,wllou IIA'i ' "iu..ie. li , r7 fa "I ,c . !? 15 M) totssaln. G. S. Yntiirlinn .f f:., biiikcmati 191 II it,.. TOli to know when ho thinks they will for the possession of this hcniissliire. In the namo of the God of Columbus, o s It Iw.i eomsleln mnrry mo? Mr. Smathors apparently ldlurn l.stf . III 10 II M tier, was killed. trbi5. !"!'? ' s l' .i((nuauiiniii, , ff2' probably get there. Kvery time when nnd tlicy will mala great heatlwav and that, If you do not find just what you WIS TS you are not I., un.... lueuil, that no 'KS-M.- -ss Tin. executive committee of th T1.I..1 I'K. intrk . n lm opened nwaro tho 33id.bids are to IM h ho stands taking observations of tho feel themselves almott cstnbllsht-- Hut want of an earthly nature, you will find i.ff. ilront..l. twpl J..vTtpfLS, S.1 ! " ' S' Rl I time Mteain until Chicago a.,suJiil,eaue (ll'jl.f. d&lrv un with an astrolabe they wonder what God will not forget the prophecies, Heaven, nnd that will bo bettor. What distnet has given notice that If no other IIU V 3 "si sr . ..r.M. , llS News Cli it in cbole irrsmrry democratic candidate for stiporlor court tfi,k I ViAtV J ,'iwor. I. ..r W.I.. l oi ru, isi.0DWi Vis ho sees and nsk raoro questions. Tho which encourat'es Coluubus about the was worn-ou- t India, crouching under n judge ;Vv! ' Ll'rt."ir i u n.sMy tlmr at i.w KM IB 3 ui bo itnnoiinued by October 10. rsfa ttf J.MWCSkJ Wlcccr.sJ.r,ui.,ii, ,rri, Tl me!. fn,m lluunir. crew aro rather grouty. "ends of tho earth seeing the lnlratlon tropical sun, compared with salubrious tin 3 a r .Ir.irlim run. a Tinr.n iro.vd.v, Somo of them came on under four of God," nor tho Christian anthem nnd radiant nnd almost illimitable Judge J. II. Hrent, tho incumbent, will or OeTi?" 4 m:v vori. thn va? tift. owlllk. ru ri'.t tlnnu.nrr.1 Jut mimi much a a "lih r... months' advanced pay and others wero which Columbus led on tho morning of America, and that Is all that this little bo declared tbe domourutic nominee. to tssp, ?;'"-W. 3 Ol sick i.lUt.tf ,rt,n, .t tui. Ciiuii.kh 1'aiiso.nm, son of a farmer Tl n 70 Impressed into the service. For sixteen tho 12th of October, Ha.', on tho const world In which w.i llvo can afford you T'i)ep ron.nifii.l needs Dr. ller'.ii Nix S rnl 1MM lll.AN tvis " KHJ near Kuaaellrilie, S lulsrd days tho wind Is dead east, nnd that of San Salvador. Like that on I'norltu l'r..'rip-tlon- . in, - cr?6, !,.V" .'.ir. .1,. iMr of land compared with that supernal realtn head with a stick inwas struck of tho 'HN-.- Vn tailed fXXusySy 5!. I Unla Hint builds tip, pleases tbo captain, becnuso it blows birds which met the S.mta Mai ia nnd the whose foliage and whoso fruits and the hands Mao iltIC New innm aj.'i.l 11 C ta en and 1,1 Johns, of the same nelghborlKx.il. I hem further :.llli Uunirim.n'.i nnd further nway from Pinto and the Nina faroutntse.i, Indicawhoso riches and whose population unit HU Western steam ... uulo.' slKoriitw tl. eiitiro J.tHI 01.4 (itli nenr O.iltville, the Hie European coast, nnd further on to- - ting to tho hni.lssorttt ailk-C'lllfAUO feiiisln iv 4. in t comnandTs of that fleet whoso grandeurs and whoso worship now lying In an otlior night, and is Tins is hie Best .WM.I.I - .. I ir- unconscious condition. fllllt-Wln- ter ward the shoro of another country, if that they were approaching somo nnd whoso Christ nnko up an aflluene S 7D Q I . l fr ni Xo. a red IAIK trimil -- itniis . iimt nil tbp pr. jut bf.T.ltk'ttlS.uruls, f. there Is any. After n whtlo there comes country, so a whole flock of promises that tho most rapturous vocabulary Iluwillprob.iblydle. Tho dilllculty Tl'i Jflfc ... . l !K.ri-'l.- l . No. Chirairo uprinir Olttl K' - SIt a .... f ttlctMltlfl nu ljOlfunetkill' nf w.minn. 1 a a ( - fc. .... a "a nt a barn dance, nnd too mueli sfe'dFft. calm day, nnd tho attempt is made to and hopes, goldm winged nnd songful, fails to utter. 11 i; ir.-v.iitauuaiu sji ui ai. Isaal, Irniirovps dies- "booie" caused the trouble. t).il-.S fathom tho ocean, and they can not this morning alight around us, reassurHon, enriches thn bl.xl, "i'i h U rubm .md HII-- M 11 :A '..ii m John P. I)i:t'i'K.Y, injur.Hl some days twins, imlarielioly nnd rwrvnu qhm, brmei touch bottom though the lino and lead ing us that wo nrc approaching m. If you will look Into the oldest book S 10) s M lefrwling slp, ntul reaves run down 200 fathoms. Moro delight- the glorious period of American of biography In the world, j'ou will find ago lii'u runaway nt Louisville, is dead. and IIAl.TIHOItK. strengtli. ii nt.T ful sensations for thoso who are not evangelization ljr Tanhv Quihkmii.iiiii-- . nn old ..inn (0 I ss lfsnK)wnful rsaU)rativet..nloniid so thA divine Inlluenco will that tho men who have conquered tho si III clp erlnsTO ante sfina ami s I Im.i good sailors! A fathom is six feet and yet sweep tho continent AVrlto UP i r T', ing iMTMim, iimde iiueidly for Hoiiiftn's lulfnir lifnil, eli.c nud.urnlncnr. fo H mn rieslrra lr"j. urrirr.il 'Jnirr- l.nnta l.li.r. nri.irr. strongest temptations have not only of Claris county, committed suicide the .le In Pid Corn Mixed that will mako 5 K wlilih wnuu d. I'o.mco U , i Jlounl.l.,dlrert lii neN, nnd th only 800 fathoms 1,200 feet, and below JlrnrLla .r.ast. that iniquity ilrop like shirked lime nnd had the courago of their convictions, othur afternoon by blowing his brains , woman s wenLnnam tnuuuJml mualr fer U and nllmeuli In U THE POT INSULTED It may bo many hundred feet deeper. mako the most blatant infidel declare it but have had tho indwelling power of out with u shotgun. Ho was a veteran a9. femalii eotni.lainu "nml Irreuulnrliles, If THE KETTLE BECAUSE UtlC Meas II M (Ill Kl It To add interest to the voynge, on tho wns only joking when of the Mexican war nnd for a long ' H,L U'""'" 0r 1TL! llrsl nujlltr. it said the Iliblo God. T. L. Cuylcr. :is b i i cur,,'ol l,nv m timo has been partially Jnsune. He . tiri twentieth day out, a violent storm was not true, nnd tho worst atheism THE COOK HAD NOT USED weeps the sea, nnd the Atlantic Ocean announce that It always ,1 INIHA.VAl'OI.IS Whatever you are from nature, owned considerable property nnd for bcllevo in fi,r,'".t. "Ofpy tii'sllelnes "nlleo" CaVe. 8 rcsl r tries what it can do with tho Santa tho Ood of nations. L t ' hers call for keep to it; never desert your own line many years nail lived a hermit's life. tarrh the Head 'I hat mv.in thnt font o. No X red ii iu Maria, the Pinta and the Nina. ttils-Nl Aim, a .Mt. .Sterling grocer, was J it. i.. requiem and dead mar. 1, I enll for of talent. He what nature intended '"I lungs nt l,y jN ko,,,!,, Some of you know something of what Ocorgo Frederick Handi.s hallelujah you for, and you will succeed. He any- held up by footpads. Instead of shellj lf Lomsvit.r.i: iJ'i 'T"""- -' I'.T Tti.s, I'r Kip., t'atnrrh no a t sn s sea can do witn the Urabrla, the chorus. Thcro has been much tnllt of thing else and you will be ten thousand ing out .Mr. Tnbb pulled n rciolvcrand n.OUIt-Wln- Ur w'huit intent ltentuly (prfuctly mid jsniniieiitly cuivt. tAl.N' rml j 71 T3',S the Teutonic and the City of late about communication with other times worso than nothing. Sidney the footpads Hew. Corn .much Paris, and you must imagine what the worlds. Daisy Hw.u.nos, aged P, of Louis-vlllOuts Mined t U Smith. 3.S nHK Mem .. ll !a (Iti ii acean could do with those three small deaf, dumb and blind, Is Mars has come so near we can 6ee its GOOD DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. lit 8 tO The new Irish Viceroy Is a filial learning the sign lanrunfrn rapidly LAltO-btc- am hip of olden time. You may judge canals, and it has been hr.nerl ttmt br ... .i,' Arr.Tpt.i son. Ills father was an old reprobate ueai nnu aumn what the ocean wai then by what it is signals after a while we may communiinstitution nt Danville SHOULD DB.USEDIN EVERY KITCHEN. who wasted time and money In collectmade now) it has never changed its habits. cate with other stars, The .tobacco burn of Frank H, Lolrv will ing literary and artistic Indelicacies xwderti(lriakcalnatft a aVf lT It can smile like the morning, but often not be possible until our Ah, that with removiibio III. tho situated near Long View, Christ! TrV! world haatten the of eheol. These the son It ii the Archangel of Wrath and it reformed and evangel.zed, county, together with all its contents ,K!1I Pottstow.v, Pa. most rollicking fun is a shipwreck. not do for our world In Its It would has committed to puritanical flames. Soar. In U mlnul. 1,ll.i.f Ami. consisting of wheat and tobacco was lost and I was a sufferer from (17 It Ii tlitfcut for ilcor.lne The mutinous crew would have killed ruined state to have wH entirely destroyed by flro the oter Ci..um.lTt. an4 rtepUiH communication waito pipes, fllilnfrctlrn ilnld, lTv! -r Tendencies proved false do not at neuralcia for ten yeari; Columbus bad It not been for the gen- with other worlds. H nlioksr. tak luat cr Ailb- clotttt, wruhir boltlra, plnt, It would .poll once stop. They are like the vessel night. Lois 63,000, with no Insurant W "'. itaoulil uit Plto'i Curt fur tried all kinds ofrcme-die- a eral opinion on shipboard that he was tbelr morals. trttt etc pfNNl.SILTM'rnfn But Ihe fire originated from sparks from tn Comumpllco, It hu ur.4until this n. An. , the only one that could take them back world ii fully redeemed,wait it will be. whieh still moves forward when the the flro with which the tobacco without relief, and N ll.autaii.1., It tiai not Injurrrint TUiimi.,.,, , ,".,, 1'i.lla,, I', ,1 . --ainJL. at was be. Lome In safety. The promise of given up all hope, I tried a silk and then, perhaps, Internteliar corre propeller breaks. All the force of ing cured, had III. lb. t'.iioougfairrup, Ely's Cream Balm svnistcoot and 110 In money to the man spondence may bo opened. Till then some movements is In the past. IM HM tr.ry.htr.. a.t, oi Tiir.ni. was no session of the I011SU who should first discover land appeased this amitten and at bottle I runkfort sukened world of Ul'ICHLV tllllia on thu 8d. but the BT. JACOBS Oil., them somewhat, but tho indignation ours mu't bo quarantined from coming There Is no substitute for a genu- was kept busy desnlte the f. t seiiute n.. TMiT t Ifirk lion Hit Uit end it effected such nnd blasphemy and threats of ussassl-natio- n too near the wifullen; One IN HEAD world. Hut, ine, free, serene, had no iUurttiii. --4 wonderful relief that I must have been awful. Vet God thank God, the prophecies which rhlldhood. A line manhood and worn given fltst rendingThe election Liu 1. a .n K i:, and oulere.I punti.i WATERPROOF COAT ustalued tho great sailor commanding uimravuiuuiuui m ins great tinuer-- 1 Dtihood can be built on no other founda- und the recornmend it to all. P',,rl.lid'T..i...."J aaaaaaCrValj I11iiatratJ rctiiiuu bill was gitvuiti,ii III the World I the Santa Mario. HIII'.M H'lilllSUTO Alltlltlll.1 IM I'LKAIM taking r h:er us. Anient- - foi Qodl Yta, tion Kate Douglas WJggln. CiUifvi untl icudln;. Chas. Law, Ju. Bofrto. fP,',',lllnllntoflinril .1.1. Ik. t j. a ..a Ikt AJrlU.nl la tlda uiiu3so. arr.nsi ruWLK, BOSTON. MASS. TALMAOE'S SKIUIOX. .,.., i d ' 'li. l' 1 ,,, sm-rt.-- 1 ( ' I ., 1 inr-jt.i- . wool-comb- . "", lt o r I l ', t.. , SDR. s, ' 1 1 ' i i ' i en-an- d o -- i.t-is- n-"'- . RooT Btrilirs l, f)lsv':is('. lop-side- d I lt ' 1 . I land-grabbe- r, i . I t one-thir- 'wilLs, IrasfisSfflJff.faBsJS -d.-i..- .t I'C'alrriipfihoHlaildci, .... :.,.' -rf. ?'l Liver omiilaiiii. a7ilas n-u- 1 The Benefit sck-nfii- 1. spi-itu- - can't-bc-donu'- s. ilw. 1 s. 1.i. - il , f - ly i.-.l- . . corn-cntte- e. er post-morte- 1 e eeii. hu-m- ' 1 all-nlu- . I '. ti 1 a ' (Jilinon-eonrrrts- nt v ntlil - Iiii . s "German ir. i r Syrup" s- 1 1 1 n inxouiisioND and I 11 1 wnll-map- 3 r. , ii .... - --- Sjy r s- m irt n 't-s- Latest btyles ex-iat- W-fo- " f"l I ..'.- 1 s- - ' ' M - V JSS8f i ' ' - p l- " 11 g i s ' "v,r 1 S'- nioann ft . ihf . aV.JilUl Mat! i iBi , a csttle-Coajm- in 1 bL. mBEtftsn aW . . s . . log-boo- d !CaffiiS3SHOE frrlrs-wlsiths- . . S&0Alurhl& . I J . ltl 1 ' ""'' - . iiii-rl- Mr . . 1.1 ' .' Km-mo- tt e: vfK ff s . (.Nira-N- 1P iw- V.x di-- s(l)-sjlea- . 1.Oim-i'.ini- I(A1N-Wliwl- -Nu mmsrr.m&Ji :: ;i iu (& r 'Wi'&.Lc u rk. W j ....- -.. Ciitts-Ml- sisl tMl ' . )" i MtAIN-Whiat-- . i , I . LErlLliIilf COKING APOLIO kkA. bric-a-bra- c Cost and Guro. ttCtaVbir? SA0b10 Yars. 10 for KSXWItftia O Hi? '$ lr Stuck-enber- brtad-nnd-butt- CM J is SH BR in? .N liattr. 8flPW'fi