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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 hic1892102801 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 THE HICKMAN COURIER. Publish..! Every Friday by fr! M W ' "V e GEORGE WARREN Hlokmnn, Kenluoky, Sffle THE HICKMAN COURIER. THl OLDEST KSTAHLIS11K1) 1859. DEDICATED. The World's Columbian Kxposl lion l!nilili!i(-- s nl (litrago I'ormally llcillrnlod In tho I'itsciicc of Ono lliinilrrl 'I'lunnniul , rcnple. Reproienlatlvc From All Parts of the World Assomblo In tho La r pell Uulldlng Ever ContruclctJ 15 " Witness the Exercises. 1 1 M. FINE JOB PRINTING lEXrCCUTJED WITH NEATKESS AHD DISPATCH. BALE BILLS, Jscki.n fltrt.t, net I door to 0it7 ItklL. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD CEORCE WARREN, Editor. XBWBFAFBlt IK WE8TBRX KENTUCKY. 1892. I'rlcoof Subscription, $150 CUR-KEN- HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY Fit! DAY, OCTOBER 28, VOL. XX TOPICS. w j, . tflrf-ltp- f - NaT Proclaim Dead." BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC , , ETC CALL AND SEE US. " llAtiVAim gives nwny f 47,000 nnniirilly In nld of It students. Mil (li.AiisroNi.'a rate of speech nvef gca 160 word per minute, Itnuiltn I non dcclaicd In 1o the MKt temperate, country in Kurop. I'm; London zoological garden run talnH now no loss tlian 3,100 animal. Tiir. iollcy-shop- s of Now Yolk lonl nearly too.oooon 41 tliu other day. As Oregon farmer IhmisIa of tobacco KtnlltH which mciikurcrlx feet In height. Momioman pheasant ura being kill-n- l by llio huiulivdk In Laiio county, Ore. A Hour twice us much Minor I rcqulr- camtiop an dpi. lialit lis lo shirt one. 1 nishing stoic. Koceh nro darned free nt some fur- Jii'ih ISM, nUI army. After tho inlllliiry tho procession of cnrrlngos wilh their oocupuila u.oved In the following order: lllrretnrUrnrrl iirmmpinlnt liy lien HilKlcj. proTdeM of lhiniilnn 0 n .hit Oca Uoiburti. jm .lib-ntothe icntea The ceirllns inl'llnr comprUod thren batteries of artillery from lort Itilcy, MaJ Il.nidolpli eommauilliif; ono from Port Sheridan, four companies of tlio 1'lftli and Sixth eav.ilry, t'nited Mates IN A TUNNEL MUti With Softly-SritiJgi UiRISOX. TV U -J it7:-- ! II M -- I'JU'!- - ii w mi wist WA & A Wn K1T0CKYSTATE NEWS. At That broko Richmond J. O. Taylor's little girl her thigh, but had almost recovered when sho fell down stairs nnd broko tho limb ngnln, StTI'KmN'TI.MlENT S. A. CHA1U.M, ol tho Lexington water works, wns fined f 100 nnd coats nnd sentenced to jail for thirty duys for carrying conccnlcd wrnpons, whlto Capt, 11. J. Trcncy wns fined V0 nnd costs, for nssnult nnd bat tcry. Tho two men had n scrap In front of tho Plucnlx hotel somo days ago over tho water works question. Tiik houso at l'rankfort, on tho 13th, reconsidered tho voto by which tho corporation bill was killed a few days before and passed tho measure. Whe.n tho Kentucky Central train wns within half a. mile of Lancaster, tho other afternoon ono of the passengers, a boy, named Illchcy Sawder, walked out of the rear end ol ono of the coaches wiillo asleep. Tha Wain had slacked up lor a crossing, oi iwmld have been Instantly 9tMB1jMaHUa Is la BalstuUy thoocfa HJTfc tally wifundieUta7llW1lBAi left leg. lie wai In" tho company father and mother. Dr. nnd Mrs. Saw der, residents of Garrard, who were en route to Phelps, I1L, their future home. Prissongor Trnin V CollldoB Coal Train. h rained ly the Knglneer The Aeclileiit uf the t.nemiiotlvt, IMtnbejlnK Order. The Wreck Tnkc I'iro Alter tli. lillni, IIhto llren llemovcd. PliIf.Alini.l'liIA, Oct 23. Tho fast express train from Shainoklnon tho Head-lurailroad, duo hero nt 0:50 o'clock, Monday morning, ran Into a coal traits In tho West Manayunk tunnol nnd a g To lll Hland Male-- l4Mt4 bjr'i S -' . ti...i.....i ....sr.r-a. IIMIIFIIMI HU of HI, l.o.lns r.nu inmn llo ir.iillil, W Tan. let 21-- Mr. HnrVIioc n,m. Tuesday Tino fjvy,,.T, II" I'fr.lilcni I'nlr by ( wild tij Tilt: costliest dresses In the world arc lj worn by tbo women of Hunt-tr- . of oblong globe tree. V Saiimr Welilvcs hang In tlio form from tlio brunches of llleh-inon- Vinni.xi i 1m Just nwnnlcd n contract for rt handsome stale library In Tni.iir. It room fur Just (ho moro dond In tlio "Krt't corner of Westminster nblx-y- . bright To uvnin 1,000 m.m In tlio Ilrltlxb army only ujghteuu nrc orer six feot In Von tlii flirt time In vonrs In Nni tl. Carolina there nrc no oouvhlt ul work im railroad. Fhami: In to linvo n iuw subxldlar coinage, which la to I of aaiuo motnl f a COpHT. tti.v. A.mihkvv JoNtiK, cnWred, In In Chlrago vr,ipheyiuK (he destruction of the elty by tlussl Somijvviiat mure than l,(HW,000 Cnun dlniu huva crossed over Into the Untied Matca klneo IlKTwi.l.. the years. l'SS ntnl lSfl ovot two thousand perou fell vletlms to luigniitU In Itnly.- Lonti Tr.x.xiso.x married at the, nge of forty-onlit wife a ii ulero of Sir John franklin. Jlr tho Uvfof Missouri n thlnl eon. lotion for larceny carrle withllliu- prUoniucut for life. Souk New York ooplo hum Ukn to putting crape on tlio walking tick a. e. lsj. vvrJi l( onler TAiirir u.uii their itmii. lioney, U'i iiuut ileprire blo'iHiinnof tliolr HMtar. A to wtllrct n itll)(l of 0J,(HMI florpi clover ? ,uid not riniaiT'i hipt Hi. l'..lila Diliio wealthy buy thgjr only l liKMifn lui t nod. .nisi corrollln nnt! Inifore they neel them, utnl ner of the jt bustuu ten M nc drlv-I- t rhlblt thorn a. ornamental pieces of strisine; r public .lo, jl.latlnn furniture. nnd Kindness were tine mlim.' I'ntri-otlsA iMH'roM in M. Aitfinitltie. I'Iil, the Nifi t vnhe of a h ujilo Iioiimi In Amortru mill on nit tho and d. t rm.iiitl t lc free, Uvea In It, too. It was built In IMO by had full eiit. In city ntnl town, In a l'lvnclmmiu r. Tin: .lupmirko jfovernmont N mIiI to linro iinnlilnl for a vli.lt of 'J.0O0 of Iti i 'JaFYY" mlihllo rliiM cltlreiia to tho fair In l'SrJi.KS next y en r. It will tnlic ihrvc vara to bnllil llio - t two next wnro)ilM tlnil t tin cotcriimeul one Imlng O.OiW mul tho I.N nailn." pnMiin? for turkejr n hn linn u liirj mvoi cniMiioppern on linmL J. U l)il'ot.A of llumlmlilt county. Cnl., It tbe i,vM.vor of n Uxml to Ih fortj MTeii liichr hmif Auo.mi thn wrulthv clnM- - of Japan It It con.Mrrvtl uii.llcnillMl to ri.le u hoix) K"l"f fnhlor than a unlk A mahiiiahi. by pro), in whlh the Wlilo in Knrlaiiil hii.I the proum in Mcxko, nit u rtvi'iil Kcuatii)ii I.n HebriNi, (uiiil, U iin npplo treo tlint i plan let 1J1 jrar ago, and Mill lTar zv fruit cncli year Tnr. riilneMi nr to hate nn (30,000 triOiono nt tho Worhl' fulrwlth pretty Chlnr.e matileiM to .erroTlho ten. ' 0,sit of tho new cniler will linro u Mnokextnok Mil fitt hl(h. An Kniuli mull Milliner lint f anuria l.'O fi.t MkH A tuu.M.o new boy Iioa ben line,) ' fop crj lnc enatl.uial in that h. riot appear In the m wiling imi of the linglikli jourimU are that the cuntom of npixiintinj; a Mvrullril I.niireale l iliM.vmt.nuiHl. 1'ourimi, Wn.h., IxMi.ta of n eiinotlty lu.tho KhaH of a cnrroL It "rMinblrB u luimnii hauil hmliif,' live Un-with nenr 'Iina, Ma, ailrertUoi nuvrnsMi r. l'r"lilrnt Morion, aeronittiilrn ii 'r MfnlT V I'llm-r- . of the national rimmlton, aaapn.Slrni II N. llglnUiilnm, of Die .Urn i.WaWK. TPSH. "Mi lirv I'l'tlowlnir tho presidential carrlntrn CiucAfio. Oct. 22. Tlio empty stme-ture- a In of tlio World'. t oluluhlau o(Ksh entne vehlclraState. the follow Inp; onlcrW III 1'iMler 'ami Srer tar of "i r.lary of tloti were ilodicnted yostenlay to th thTriury I'ostfr br M II I) rAIIADt IV CHIC AGO. JIO.NHT- -il TMt purpose for whh h they lmto been J'- - i ounif, lint Hv irrlil.iit of tli iuiIoiia! com ecn tliounml, throne of grace, while the eminent pre llfMHted, by the iin plu of tho greatest ntoa'on. al Vice I'rilent TrcJ V rick, of mntoilal from ten in was fain lo lie content with standing lot delivered a fervent supplication. ..n.u.i.yiu, Htm John U'nnain.ikrr. Dntrnxter After this there was moro music. A room. The (juests that had participated lion llrti.Niinln l Truer, sirr.tarr of the nifri In tho procession wero escorted to their blessing was pronounced by Hev. Dr. A. lion John W Soblr secret ir) of ihelnlirlor alHob .IrrPHtUh M Hul cri Uirjr uf ogrlcul seat upon tho platform with tho utmost P. Mctooh, of Philadelphia, nnd lurt- all ueeujulbaone etrrlutfe dispatch, Vlco President Morton bolnff most before his closing wonls had died Mllllr v I'vlb r. ehlf lui tleeof Hie fnllMl away the band struck up tho familiar In with lN, l huirtniu JiMlleea UlatrLfurJ nnd Rented directly on front rljrl t. President strains of "America,'' nuit the nudlcnco 1". W President his Palmer hlra. -uit(ih JaatleM Drown, Harlan and II nil lliytnbotham on his left nnd Cardinal Joined in tho second stanza. ."i Lnst night the dedicatory exercises tillibuns, lllshop Ireland and l'owlcr, llajren. u'oomionlisl tijr ex closed with the most brilliant and gor1'ro.hlinl lh.eIUoa geous display of fireworks ever given urrls.'a i.nit.UQlm 111. diploointlr rori lien Chsr.ia I Crlp, h eaker of th. liouw in the wort i To nvoid tho concentra"f itptnuiUUrn, aretapHall bf Hurur W,1 in;H,nfil7iiiiinnKMTo tion of a mass of people this display ... . .... ri W.uihhurne ofiacaaa j -- Twartii was divided Into three parts nnd given lv.. M, n.l r, f the senate of tbe Ualtut Ratr i -In ns many parts of tho world's fair ??; M.,tIii rof tar Sou, uf reprptilatite i city. A display was given at WashingM(riiH'nt.tltcf tar army aBtf lurr of the rniii.sTiir t'lillit Stale. ton park nt tho south, Lincoln park nt Tl (oiTU'iraBd UirlrsUS.ol all ttwutales Mayor Wnshburnc, Henry Wntterson, the north, nnd Garfield park on the iH'I tdrrltorlr. M. Depew oceupyinp; seats on Chuuneey West II a iirurlull Punter, I) , oldlllornU. cither side. To tho cast and west upon gated Side Tho largest crowd congreat Washington park, which was lit. I.ulnenre I'.rdlBal Clbtton. Her II (' tho smne platform wero seated tho the most nceosstblo from the heart of of ibr f'lr.t I'reabyterlaa.karcBof 11.11:. members of the cabinet, tho diplonntlo the city, but It is estimated that no less oVIpblo. coi t'Hiir. riiHiiriiMi Hun. Cnorer M Peorw, of S. York, ant corp, tho JuilKeti of tho supremo court, and pr.imliHit and indile.st republic that j Vc of Keatuckr Rovornor of tho states nnd tho other loo", 1m ever esistml on the fnee of Wl. llwrui Miraror, of l'hleao. Ura. Sarah illstltiKuished irucst. enrth It was tho nation's day a day IWoMir. rraOtr of ibcada, nor pencil deMind set apart l proenmatlnu of tlio chief I'tiaimtMlnnMS f lorrkra KatraMnli loth, scribe cannot concclvo was presented the sceno that world a i oltmiliiaa riHltioa. Hiajrlatrnte, a n vUoruu.-lThe ron.iiHof furr'nu power when the last of thoso that had partlcl-IKitcolrvel n wtita tlio pnuitiiirlnrm 1 if or nl i oluHitikaa soaailaahiaxiT In tho p'irailo were seateiL On of the mugUlRtcy of oiMlrilt )t.urd ol lalk manatrrra, liaadad bf Mr l'ot tho platform wore repreentatlves of n a brief tcanu of thnnkrir np Irrl'alitur iirwIJnnt overy country on the c'vlllr.cd Riobc. lunrxl ' dir or of ih worliTa fair mid of feat.vity in oommemcrati n of 1 b. i h f of bofote them tho largest uudienco that a the man nnd the discovery of tour oitiieraoi tap dbrrauir af serks sia ltjr ha ever nsscniblcd since tho day upon tit" ?ri since. Tb uf Chlcaro- whk.ii tho Creator said "Let there bo VUii 1 , Imiinrry l. Ilipm Unary Irr.on mul llllirr. llrl lUiil IHiIjj "I I lrr..,k I. n, III Mil llipllrr.lt.! Iltrnl. In Alnrtlrnli lllntiirj. Aipriiirlil 'Inrliin lirllnitrlliplrrnt Kt' U..r,.,,,,,,, W. ) '" 'tsrri s'",C i i ' "TT.n vwifinrr : (", ' '"" ''''mi 'wzFVGi'ia. , i';i. Ist? Jh M s?ikS :xm . :CSmhmm yjSjZy.Ti" ai'.irT I V.tXl ' i 3TS'W - (Jr.. - mii) f Intlie history of president's wlfo has IK. of persons nro reported killed. Tho cam caught lire and nro now burning In the frljfhtful smash-u- p resulted. A number m trX tunnel. The scene of tho accident is at West Manayunk, u .Miburb of thli city, ubout ten mile distant. Jt seems that tho cxpraak, Sua hero at V:30 and aBgJiltlW eTiamber ami a?t Jeath with tho hattnn nt n ilnvnill "jaSt day were coin- i ;hvnr the president 'most constnntly ''g the end. Last Incident, fjflently tlvat but pain. ,nt 47T"ak. - j 1 ..,v in-r.- 1 y nl ', lljfl'l- - Little time was naries. opeulni; strain of the Columbia march, iiruiiMusr tho audience to n hlifh pitch of enthusiasm. As tho strain of tho mtiaio died away, llishop Charles II. l'owlcr, of California, one of tho most the orchestni broke forth with tho In prelimiWithout waiting for n signal, rvsk, - '- ' - - 'l"l'i'T;?i.KN Iw - -- xc- & KIHllKlllr.M. pvrhe l'l eminent divine of tho Methodist church, nroso in hi plnce. Tho audience, which stretched back n most as far a the cy could reach, followed his example. Ami head were bow oil and lunula clnspcd while the eminent divine gave thanks to the Al mighty for what had ulrcnilr Wn ne c.miplishiyl nnd besought tho blessing of tho grent ltulcr of nil upjti what to bs done. lilt (.11 tTdl lit H alSilINO 1 pil st VT. oh!t Clil-cnR- o SSkggsSESESfc I iwiiljrli?ys L'oliimblan e.Mltlon. Auos (1I.N.K, who l 107 yonr old, I Una lit Viilllii(atioriiii)i, Northninp-tiinkhlila vvrltlwl KnclaiuL His by tho replitry of births. n A I'll II wil.l.l'MlA Mft drink cufo a l(,n realln': "Try ono of our Columbus rjtf poophnte ntnl on will illeorur another world." Tin: Mnrlne lly (Mleh ) MaiiBt tells of a iniifthrtKim found In th.it town that tilled u bushel basket anil weighed fourteen nnd n half pound. AtnitoNotu:ii I'kki.iuno iepnrt Jupl-ter'- a tliot sati'llile, miles In iliam-tiennd revolvliiff end over end In tho orLlUil plane." A KIM l.i r in Klliabcth, N. J., has been directed by tho locnl courtH to pny tlA) itnninpra to a woman hi jaw lie b rokc w hilu pulllnir ono of her teeth. fnMusl train In the world la tho Tin: Kmplro Cipro, which runa between New York and llnlTiilo, a ilistaneeoNlO miles an mile, at tho into of llftv-tuhour. It It aatd that Corporal Tanner 1ms cleared nearly fJOO.OOO fnmi his buslneoa ns pension claim attorney since lie was lKiuncrd from tlio peiihton commission. other N,0(K) ton. Tin: pri'fchtoiit haa apHjuteil II. C. I.anyon, of Kmas an al tenia to fnm that atnto to tho Worlil'a IIIMI.M. AMT. vlllasrc anil hamlet, the people, turpinto tho prooliirntl.Hi f President llHirlMin. exer"wereilevollnif theiHelvtst cise as nniy eapri's h nor to tho au r, "I'Kif-aliiipo- d dlseoM'rer und appreeialUni of teprwit avhleM'ineiit of the four complete of American life " A p.itndo of stat inimmirii'cd theri-erci- e of the day. 1'i.nnon dnybrviik ri national saluto "ti tho na tion's liullitny aUirllliiir the tired million or two from their hlumltcr and servlmr notice that thod ilni" of Thursday were I ut thitil Hint is past mill that the crow nlii( iwcnl of the pcim n wa yet to coiiiiii There was aometh ilff that snuwl in tho nlr thnt iiulleate would keep for ttuothui day or so nt least. 'I he very nlr wits stroiiRlv with holiday ozone. Ulio felt y that tl is wa tmtii d.u f i k 11 I tine-tiiro- d l't pi mm&SMk "iTi--- .. .A o MKTIIOl'OI.lTAX. ershlp. A was sohlin Paris for n fro. It hnd j,'""" around tho worhl nfter the person to fourceiituilc. There were tunes when It seomed ns whom It was addressed mid bore though tho entire iMipulutlon of the iiostmarka, I.N celebration of tho birth of hi Windy City, i elufoifoil by Its cpmrter daughter tho (lerman emperor 1ms de- a mill Inn or more visitor from far nnd rided to pardon nil femalo prlsonon, nenr. was on tho streets htween the now utider'ulni,' punishment for tho lake front and Jackson park. I'ortuiiat' tlrst time for crimen committisl thr.)ii(,'h hidden- of Invitations entitling thorn to li iirtio.pation in tho exorcise rf tin tllstres or anjfer. Tin; l'oiinsylvanhrs union depot In day Ivgnii 1 move southward nt an lib Philadelphia promise to ho tho most hhi.i fS.L, . , . innirnlllcviit structure of the kind In the worhl. It will bo modern (,'othlc, i?run and a Ite ami brick, ten stories hl-rosi'AI. l.'id a nhort ami time toll or for iinnipory; thnt it wa n day dedicitted to tho people mid for tho people. I'von the ling mul banners and bunting seemed (o havo slttTeuvil up ns thev lloated with anulrot independence, as though they appreciated the fnct, Inanimate though they were, that this was a day that comes but onco In o 1 li mmmgsmmm'i i- f.i.. oil woll that "ohb and llowa" with tho saino uvularlty a do tie ocean tides. It la believed to luno some mysteiious coiiueutiou with tho sem Tlll.liK is u chestnut tree in Miiusllohl, Ct, w hoso eireumferencii at tho roots U fifty four feet, and tho diameter of Tie spread of Its brimeliew In one illtvctlon Ii 100 feet. Its height I oljhty feet. A Sioux sipiaw, Ilvlnif near Sun Dlejro, Cal., will ehlblt In tin' woman a bulldlm: at the World's fair li dtvAH of deerskin, r'chly I'liilirnhlou'il with all teen pounds of loud. rhe vvnrkvil ftr two yearn In iiihUIii tin ifniniint. tower '.'40 feet hlh. At llalui, Russia, there Is an o unriimiiy del niltied to take tlmo by tin, fmolook mid l.f l.',l,l U ,1. MllllC I'l ,lllllllfC f SiMiu after 7 n'chiek thnso Intended to partiolnato in tho proeossloi :s?P t, m. . ti.M.in.L. zzLrse:'ata i muss themselves ut tho An.ll..,..,.... r PyTirY arrt11 tm.Tj' while tho Mihliea wero mnsscd In col-- , Wk P" VlVilDllllT a timns of four on tho If---jU'. "111 Ih '1 iiosioiry on wutmsii uvoiiue. i.iiu, time was ooeuplf I In usalifiiliig tho IWIas-svlaltuifi to thttlr lespcctlvc "iTA.' iilucis In tho p.inulo, ami n fLnv Aitr. ,lii- I .very ll n'clook tho nnW was chair hnd It cuuMlit ulei uflcr ijlveii pm forUioheml ci tho column to move, and mi iihuum is "u, vnnimttiy cati-- 1 I Anmiii.il n.u. early hour, apiaientlv nun net ii vi tnre ami reverberatiM n from the firing of ennnon In the distance. A honrty wolcome was then extended In liehulf of tho clllteus of Chicago by Mayor Heiuptoail Wnshburnc. Clilrnlry dlotatod a warm reception to Mrs. Sarah C. I.oMoyno.who rend u portion of the Columbian oilo wrilt''n by Miss Harriot Monro'. Tlio reading wns lntorpcrol with selections by tho choir of .1.000 voices. Mrs. Potter Palmer mado a brief address on tlio part of the boar 1 of lady manager, nnd President Higiubotham then teiidere I the buildings on behalf of thooxpnslt on to President Palmer, of the Columbian commission. . - . . . ' g- . President Palmer responded nnd n round of nppl.iuso greeted tho concluI I VCTItlCXI- sion of his nddrcss. Tho enthusiasm Ixnilcvmil, and tlicnro to Washington p.nk, the occupants of every eniiiiigi' grew Into a tumult when Mr. Morton licing greeted with n volley of cheer in was Introduced to dedicate tho buildblock after block was traversed. At ings In behalf of the I tilted state. Washington park a brief halt was made while the I' lilted Statea troops nnd tho vUltlng militia deployed before tho vice prestiU'tltlnl rnrrlngi. tf3-rr-,,,vr- ? '1 he lilted Stutes wildler. uuuilvr-I- n 2. tr. some 1,000, wero coiiiinnudcd by In the front rnnlc !i i ' lien. Cnrr n CiisUr'nifn seveniii cniiili.v, WOJI vn'h. im. ut. A vice presidential niltito was upon tho approach of tho car- In. Tho conclusion of tho vice president's r CY CK.'Clipusi iy me ice jiresiuriii iiddtcs was tho sign il for loud nnd long continued appiiiusc, and when he r. o stepped forward to bow his thauktt -of n million men nnd women rose to their feet mid gave him a salvo of applause that ho Is likely to rciiiciulior "i JUI! i' 3v SI' ;iU so long ns ho has breath nnd life. The "llalleluj ill chorus" was rendered nt this point. A go l reception of cordiality was ex. tended to Henry Wattcrson when ho MIMXO. and after the leview the troops took up I'luiin to the fiontof the stngo to deliver a position at the head of tho lino nun tho address. When tho distinguished Kciituckinu the procession mined again to the exposition ground, entering In tho tear had losiimed his seat and the applause Hero the mil- that greeted his pororatlun had sub.if the woman's building. itary, of whom there were some In.tlOJ, sided, tho choir lendeted tho Star le t the main line pioper mul the guestf, Spangled llauner nnd Hail Columbia, rilment. This pin eed.d to the tmnspurtitlun litilhl-m- with orchestral Inecntlvu to u p it tint le outburst was w hero n hurried lunch was served. not needed to serve ns an introduction p When tho Inner man hnd Wen as.'d the lino uf march was resumed to the next speaker, for whon the only I to tho building of mntiufurturos unit Chnnncey D.'pevv stoppj forward the had Ih'Dii pro- - nudleiiee went into coMtucies an wotil I litviat art. Here vlded upon tne ll or for ioo.ouo pirtlel not lie quieted. Comparative silcuco nt h n h wn-the "II. Wt I utt MlllA l'lie iee presidential ontrla.'c was dniwn by four white horses ridden by poMlllliui in Over the doors of the carriage wen draped two of tl(e Illicit dags that were ever mndo and which cauio a few duv ago from the manufactory of n Philadelphia Hrm nt n cost of isVOU. Ono was tho natiuual tlag with forty-fou- r stiirw. nnd the other tho infantry stand of oolor, a blue gifiund with tho coat of nrm of tho I'nltwl State In tho center The of arm was cmbrokiereil in the natural colorti of the eagle, with the shield on his breast nnd the ' K I'liiribna t'nuiii" penduut In hi mU. Tlio silk in the tlngH was of a weight and texture rarely seen, while each was frnuied in heavy gold fringe nnd w ill) rich cords ami tns sels. 1'rom Twenty-nintstreet tho moved south on Michigan avenue and via '1 hirtr-llftstreet toliinnd The tusk of making the formal thnt the work of prepir-in- g the buildings and grounds had been completed, had been nsslgnel to Hon. Ileorgo It. Davis, director general, who was riven e J with n burst of nppluitse of tho strnc- that went up to tfco rjf l BSiSt j .rtW.V,,.-4Siiu3-- .ihfffife . S,a Ti.s.Sm. cit - s.5vrA,s'j in asm" '.frrlJ ir hA h rj one-eight- h m&ak p n---- g iie.-oui- 1 l.i.i Jr'- -- , &? coneluiliil thr.M oh Mrs wore c.illed for an .spun led to by all ot th wj w Ithlu howewr, thitomiui'tit in last tioiial orator, with u siuilo on his fnee, began speaking Tho oration was ropmlixlly puno-turewith upplanvi, and wli.-- it win hearing. Aft r th oliot'lis had iVi'H'i d I (lib Imiii arum every 1 "lu i'rulso A lice-tl- i reiidcn-of 'Jctil," C.nxllual noil vv.i war of hi luiml nod joncxl bafuro tho men nnd laborers who nro employed along the line nnd who tako adranlago of their Sunday's rest ta go home on Saturday nights nnd spend the holiday w Ith their families. Tlio story of the crush is not yet in town, but from rumors nnd scraps of information received by wire from points on the road north of the accident, It would appear that tho passengers tho tunnel at West Manayunk at regular speed and ran Into a coal trnin. The first rumor to reach the city was to tho effect that eight persons had been killed and a number Injured. This was followed Inter by tho moro alarming statement that not less than twenty eight lives had been lost, nnd Inter still the figure nroe to the appalling total of llftj two killed. Inquiry at tho ofllco of the road nt Ilroad nnd Callow Hill streets, met with no satisfaction whntever. Undcrtnker's w ngous und other vehicles from Manayunk were soon at tho scene of tho accident nnd willing hands quickly extricated from tho mass of wreckage the dead, dying nnd maimed passengers. Up to noon fifteen Injured persons had been removed to St. Timothy's hospital at Uo.xborough, a short dlstnnco nvvay. Ten dead bodies had been taken charge of by undertakers and that was reported to be the extent of tho casualties resulting from tho disobedience of his orders by tha engineer So. .V5S. Among tho killed nro; L. Thomas Welsh, fireman of Knglno attACIIIH! tached to passengur train. than !00,000 people saw emii other on Jacob Ixllrnln, brnkeman on engine these displays. .IS. Threo unknown persons, two of them . COLUMBUS DAY. supposed to bo mother nnd daughter (Jiiver.nl (Ihirn.nrf Throughout the named Smith, from PhtPnlxvllle. ('au itrj ol Ihr Nf" tli ut Holiday. Among those Injured Is a MLss Sides, Wamii.notox. Oct ii. Columbus dny Sho hnd a leg broken nnd wns taken to was celebrated with duo honor in tho the hospital. district w hich bears hi name. In the Later The ofllcial report saj-- seven early morning the children of tho nit have been killed nt the Manayunk tunpublic schools were assembled nel accident. inerous In their mMiool yanls for exercises, jajilch Included the raising of the United WHITE HOUSE DEATHS. tes ting liy veterans of the O. A. H., salutes to "Old Glory," song composed Tincr. or Nuditc. lii the I'rr.eut Ad. liilliLtr.ltluu. for the dny nnd tho declamation of odes jnd addresses appropriate lo the occn-inWaiiixoto.v, OcL21 The first death by the older pupils. in the white house was that of Presi Nkw YoltiC, Oct. 32 The custom dent William Henry Harrison, on the morning of April 4, 141, just one mouth i use, government otllce, bank, Mrs. Lctitla and the larger majority of tho after libs Inauguration. disTyler, the first wife of President Tyler, wholesale firms In tho down town on tho tricts observed the president's procla- w ho was elected mation making the day n legal holiday ticket with (len. Harrison, nnd who places of succeeded htm as chief executive, died tiv closing their respective itislncsH. Lower (roadway and Wnll in the white houso on tlio 10th of Sep street presented a deserted appearance. tember, the next year, 1612. Pltll.AKKl.I'lHA. Oct '.".'. Columbus The third death was that of President Zachnry Taylor, who entered tho whlto day was generally obsorved In PhilaCol. Alex lx. McClure house, Murch 4 lsiu He lived only delphia. 1, 50J school children yesterday until July U, I a3U. His death wns tho morning In the Park theater. Kvery result of e.xposurcon the fourth of July public Rchoil In tho city and vicinity just previous, when ho took part In tho celebrated and many raised Hags. At dedication of Washington-- ; monument. Willie Lincoln, second son of Presi tl.o Acidemy of Music last night the Macnuercholr society gave a cantata dent Lincoln, died in tho white houso merlca, In rebruary. lsi!2, nt tho time when descriptive of the discovery of Ci.i:vi:i,am, O., Oct. i Columbus "Tad. ' the favorite son of the martyred diy wa enthusiastically observed In president. Iny seriously ill. this city by all classes. A monster parederlek i' Dent, father of Mrs. U. rade, composed of children from tho s. Grant, who wns a member of tho pi bile and Cat hollo schools, military nrcsidentinl family from the time Gen. ntnl civic societies, wns the great event (runt entered the whlto house, died of the day. lluslness was generally there December 13, 1S7H. Mr. llllslm ll. Allen, minister to tho suspended, Many public buildings and residence w ero handsomely decorated. t'nited States from Hawaii and dean of weath- the diplomatic corps, was nt the head lMiiA.NAroi.il, Oot. er was an important factor In tlio suc- of his associates, making his way to cessful Columbian celebration in this the president to present the members city yesterday, livery building In tho of tho legations with their compliments, business portion of tho city aiuLon most when he was smitten with heart disof tho resident streets was lavffiily nnd ease Palling to the (hair, ho was hurtastefully festooned with nntlonal co- riedly borne into ono of the parlors, but lor. Tho parade In tho afternoon wns never recovered consciousness, and exparticipated in by not loss than 15,000 pired before medical aid could reach people, consisting of civic nnd military him. bodies. When President Garfield fell with the Dktiioit. Oct. 22. Tho great event assasin bullet In his back ho was con yesterday In Detroit was the Columbian vevc'l to the room in which Mr. Harri celebration by the pupil of tho public son died October 2S, lst)2, nnd remained in tin re until carried forth to die nt Ulbo-roschoolv K.teh school hold exercise tho different school. Tho O. A. IL veterans helped tho children materially. Reform In Prlsia Punlshmsnt. Shortly after 10 o'clock n grand street Coi I'Miica, Oet. 2ft. SIneo Wnrden C procession was formed and inarched to lluurujitloii ,ark. Jn tho afternoon tho C. James has returned from Chicago ho CatV11'' school children hnd a street pa- N phiunliifr lo overthrow tho present s s torn of punikhment in tlio Ohio penitenrade Sf. Loi.i, Oct 22. Columbian dny tiary. Ho visited .Toilet wbllo In Chi was appropriately observed, and not- cago, nnd he hopes to see tho adoption withstanding tho cloudel skies and hero of tho system that brings her fracmuddy streets tho parade yestorduy af tious prisoners within tho bounds of ternoon wns of nn imposing chnractcr good government. nnd consisted of Iwuho dUt-dc".ad Winter la Britain. embraced tho different civic, religious London. O.'t. 2V Cold weather is nnd benevolent societies of tho city, marching through tho resident portion general throughout tho country, nnd Is s causing much suffering; of tho city. OviAlIA, Oct. 21. Columbus day was prevail in tho midland counties and hi appropriately observed in this city. Wales. ester.lay afternoon tho Catholic E:ra Carter Conv.cted. churches' parochial Mihool pupils atid Hi noti vpo, Kim., Oct. M. The jury Cat hollo societies paraded, over S.00O in the cure ngaiust Kara Carter, on trial people being In line. Tlio day wns ob for the robbery of the St. Louis nnd San served by tho public schools throughI'raueisco train last July, hns returned out tho state by tlag rinsing and patri a verdict of guilty. Tho trial lasted n otic speeches. week nnd wns tho hardest fought caso ever tried in tho courts of this county. lii'prpii.,. In soldier.' lipp.inlU. Wviii.mi.in Oct. 21 lien. Smith, Carter will got a long term in prison. pav master general of the iiruiy, In hli Hiker Liw Sustained. annual report comments upon tho ih- I'm sin mm. Oet. U5. Tho state .suorcixo In tho receipts from soldiers' premo court has refused to assume deposits, I lining tlio last 11 vo years jurisdiction on tho application to rethese deposits have averaged 4i,000 strain the county commissioners from less annually than dining tho live years having the ballots under the linker law immediately preceding. Inasmuch us t hoi r present form. thcilcH)sts nro voluntary and wholly printed In In tho Interests of the soldier ho ndds Expr.ii Train Wr.e'cJ. that It would 1 Instructive to learn t ii'k imi, Oet. S.V Tim wreck of tho ulu.'. changes In the administration nl I ,in Hie express on the Chicago nnd the nnny liivu operated to weaken ll.isteru Illinois riulrond at I'urty-niut- a tlio soldiers' disposition to tako mul Wallace streets at 11:110 o'nloek Sun-dn- v of tho considerate provisions night roaiiltiHl in tho killing of one of tho laws relating to this subject. per on und the Injuring of eleven oth-eiA niinilMi' of other passengers Dropped lleatl, were slightly Injured. A broken switch HimhiM., X, N .. OvL i As the pa-rYns passing the levleuing stand wu . the ciukc of the iiiaaabrr. .yeslerdny, P. S. I'arl dropped out of tlm 4 Ra.to'i Nay.r. In LusK. riuiks and died In two minutes, lie was . ILmios, llostnii manan meiu!,,ir of Strong 1W, (1. A. It., and was iHjiiuoutcd with the lhilford bank ger Monday night prMentcd their team w ith i,ooj, to be Ulvi'lnl anion;,' of Ki'oolilyn. the iblrU'on playors, s n 1 1 cot n. a.-csnow-stormx Mrs. Harrison nt noon Monday was conscious. A little before that the president, leaning orcr, her, asked If she e wished for anything. With tho smile that'dcath only makes more tender and trustful, sho answered, low but distinct: "No, dear." At 1 o'clock Dr. Gardner said he did not think that more than four or llvo hours nf life remained for Mrs Harrison. He said that most of the time she was in n sleepy, unconscious condition, from which sho occasionally rallied. During the moroennts of wakefulness she recojjnl'ed thoso nround her and sometimes respondod feebly, but clearly and intelligently to Inquiries made. old-tim- length of time. weir fthi iljliy, i WSSP& . lhe scnato had a full quorum ol twentyone members present when It reconvened at 11 o'clock on tho 18lh, but it was In session a Httlo less than a half-houSome of the senators wanted to tako a rest of several days. but here, as In the lunise. there Is a determination to get through tho extra session in somo shape by November 1, r. at least. - (1,-t- A number of messages of condolence were alsi received. From fl o'clock until well Into the evening the president and all the members of the family remained unceasingly at Mr. Harrison's licdslde. As the dny waned nnd the unclouded sun sank behind the western hills, cast Ing rapidly lengthening shadows ncross the white house lawn, tho unxicty of the watchers became more Intense. The persons about the bed moved stealthily across the halls and tcaelated lloors and dropped their voices into whispers whin thoy spoke, even though fnr out of earshot of the stricken wom an who lay quietly and with resignation awaiting tho last call. Tho shad ows deepened, the sun sank to rest, the night cnine nnd in the south tho new moon showed her sickle In the sky, and yet the eud was not. Among those who called during the cathedral evening were Secretaries Tracy and Tin: general assembly on the 20tb Noble, who have returned from Chicago; adopted the report of the conference Judge Pete, Col. Lrnest, committee on tho revenue nnd taxation General Hroirn, of tho army, together bill. The senate practically wins every with members of the diplomatic corps thing for which it has held out, and the nnd tho Iter, l)r Hamlin and Sirs. Ham- house adopted the report in preference lin, of the Church of the Covenant, to having no revmuo bill at nil. There which President Hariison and wife will be nothing for the assembly to do have attended. after the enrolled bill is read and comTho measure of the ebbing tide was pared, and the extra session will, In all the respiration, which slowly sank from probability, bo adjourned Saturday, Ocabout 1 nt nightfall to 12 nt midnight tober 20. Tim physician nad said that if he tided An over that hour she might nnd probably burnedotd man was almost literally up, nt Louisville, by swallowing; would survive until daylight So frebottle of carbolic acid by mistake glances were cast nt tho clock for whisky. Ho quent hour,- which was steadily ticking away the after suffering died in half mi tho tho torturo of e of the invalid and there vvasn damned. before death cauio to his relief. visible uir of relief when tho gong The victim of the horrible accident was sounded 12, nnd eno critical point was W. 11. llruce, an old soldier. Hesuffcred sup'ioscd to have been passed. from a wound received in tho war, and Tho hope inspired by tho doctor's last he kept a bottle of carbolic nctd at tho statement was on'y of short duration. hend of his bed to dress it. The old About 12::t0 o'clock, while ho sat by man's greatest weakness was for liquor, Mrs. Harrisons side with ringers lightand a bottloof whisky was kept beside ly pressed to her pulse, his practiced tho carbolic acid. The other night he hand noticed that tho heart's work was .woke from sleep nnd concluding lie beginning to cease. Ho notified tho wanted n drink reached for his bottle, family grouped nround but got the wrong one. Ho took a good the couch that tbe end appeured to be pull at the supposed whisky, and in n very near, and that unless she soon ral- few minutes was thrown into the most lied from the stupor into which bhe borriblo agony. Tho wretched man drifting she could scarcely rolled about tho floor In his torture and then was llvo half an hour longer begged pltcously for death, declaring This intelligence had a most depress-in- g that he felt ns If his vitals were on lire. who had effect upon the president, Tho ncid quietly nto Its way through been in constant attendance upon his the coating of tlio man's mouth, throat nfilictcd wife for over nmo hours, and and stomach in. J ended his agony. he sustained himself wilh the greatest Tin: following application for author di.Uci.lty. ity to ortraniie a national bank has been If It were possible to ndd to the filed with tiio comptroller of the curgravity of the situation and to stimu- rency: "The Ku-s- t National Hank of late the ogonued apprehension of the Cloverport," by Kobort Durban). Pierce, sorrow lug fam.ly gathered about the Cloverport, and his ussoclatot. scarcely animated form of tho bo In both branches ot tho general asThoso results loved wlfo and mother. vere nitu.tici V when Dr. Gnril sembly, on the 15th, tho report ot the ner, nfter narrowly examining tho conference committee on the corporaThis report countenance and feeling the pulse of tho tion .bill was adopteil that tho dying woman, sorrowfully announced unanimously recommended that all tho Indications justified the be- house should ogrce to tho senate amendlief that sho could not survive more ment doing nvvay with tho proposed office of bank inspector. In tho house, hour. than half however, when put upon Its passage, Tli s wns nt 18:45 o'clock. The minutes passed with frightful rapidity, tho the bill was lost for lack of a constituand scnato nro half hour passed; then enmo 1:40 and tional majority. House ever before this farther apart uow thau nil was over. session, Mrs Harrison was dead. Miw. Du. Louis I'iiazkk, of Ulchmond, Olilr.t U'nmnn In Indiana. has given birth to her tlrst child, after Tf.p.ui . Haute, Intl., Oct. She has led eighteen years "Aunt)' Ualdy, Indiana's oldest wom- being man during the period with nn ovn an, ieaolie.1 her ono hundred nnd thlnl sull'cied Several months ago u tumor. yeur of ex stenco Monday. Last year rlan Cincinnati perbefore celebrations vvcie prominent surgeon from nudthccar extracting both orher honor, but this jenr formed ovariotomy, but blx similar oases held in gans. There nro she is too feeble to stand the strain. was born In Saratoga, reported In medical history, Kal.lv Mrs. Lx Hie circuit court, Henderson, tho N. Y. in and settled In Terro ease of Phil Thompson Tay'si1.', threo years after thei ity jury iu the Haute in lor, for the killing of Abraham llutler. was found, d. Her husband went uovvii December 10 last, returned a verillut of bound for tnaiislBUghter.and Hxed his punishment tho Wnbush in a New Oil. ..lis in lb22, mid never rewas believed at the time ut two year. In the penitentiary. turned. A n.vufc with ll head crushed Iu wns that he was killed by tho marauding Indians His vv ife ncx-o- r married ngulu. found in an n.n lot in Louhville. the oilier evening two C. .t (I. On,. Uih rant, liver Hair a v: lllloe. break (st. 'ii. In tho Knxt lam frei.'ht trains minded at Ituaiell,One enIlosiox. Insoheiuy court, Monday inorii-lii.- ing both eiirfii .s to splinter. brid.'i bruised. tin hearing wns continued on the gineer wu badly Maj. 1' K i mini 1. aged ST fur petition of i;eccncr ileal, of the Maveroprictorei tho rick bank to pruvo ii claim of Kill.OOO len years color and , I'laiiM-riptdied at SU ngaiust the e.tnto of Irving A. Lvans. LcMiigtiu Duiiy .1, Lexington, tha ottwr l'hc testimony showed that l.vaiis A. Co. Joseph's hcspit complication of dla it owed mo .MiivcricK name f.iTT.OlN) ut morning, of a (heir failure, and that this He had b.tn a successful tlio time in Inituiiia, Atlanta, Ua., nnd vviu Mciiteil l) but .tlSO.OOO collateral. p l!o sold tha Twtawrlpt and thut check of the tlrm werecortl-tlis- l I. vingti.i,. ii niha og on aoswint u( nt the lmnk by order of Piesideut ahout ( llo leap a "Ins anil Putter till the time tho account was mi..ni , oiv ii. it Oltil making hamst, anil when tlio tlrm was ,,n,. Vc.:.. pnuiieahy Insolvent, life-timgrief-stricke- n .i son, on tiie I... St. L. .t T. road. A bridge over the Green river had been fired a number of times but tho engl necr discovered tho danger in time. The portion of the state surrounding-Princetois gaining considerable notoriety on account of the number of divorce proceedings in tho courts. Iu Ohio county thirteen divorce proceedings have just been filed in the circuit court. InCiittenden county there are nine suits pending, nnd at the last term of Caldwell circuit court thcro wero nineteen divorce cases. A large num ber of these cases will bring out sensa tional developments. I.N considering the sennte nmend ments to the revenue nnd taxation bill on the lSth, the houso postponed action on tho articles relating to the taxation of corporate franchises nnd refused to cor cur in the amendments restoring to the auditor the nppointment of agents. Ixl.NTiCK postmasters were appoint ed the other day as follows: Nannlo V. Coakley, Coakley, Green county, vice Luther Morris, resigned; David Correll, Kidder, Wayne county, vico Ilobert Hnrdwick, deceased) M I. Drown, Kings Mills, Henderson county, vice ltobert I). Ciunomiind, resigned. Tub observance of Columbus day In Louisville was general. The banks wero closed nnd little business was trauweted. All tbo schools had patriotic celebrations. In the evening there was a splendid pageant, consisting of n torchlight parade in which 10,000 men took part, nnd n procession of twelve lloats, portraying scenes in the great discoverer's history. The parade was reviewed by llishop McClosky and priests of the diocese iu front of the iv nttemnt was rindo to wreck train between Owcnsboro and Ilendcr ' f i. 11 at-bo-at I Lit, ' wwptir B"V' ri?.w-zvuuejmmiAizud . . ...... . - i". . v .,,t:.Ac,Aj.-..';- jmmmmsti'JP! y AiXi.,' mWXW v. i'.'kk.Ji t ' I aflaaczttK ay ( , .L L.iitwmmM H 'rtfi. MHMMwnnt V. y. UOSKDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. a ii.ine ui:ai. How to Mark Ballots. Good Work Giuir.u.teed. (VWatfnpMMfMNHiana.Hnmwwa Visitors arc welcomed. Call and examine work. THE HICKMAN COURIER. The i:i(-i'ion- VoJo. ,(I.M. Nl:l r. Yl.tltH .VFI'DIl MOOII.j . G tod news for the Deinocrallo lhe Ilonton TribuiiH isrespoii.' It Is only necessary for the voter Koityj HICKMAN, KV., party is coming from every ntmr. .ml. to for tho follow Ing: l to make n cross mark (X) to Indiciisago Trip Kenuady, then an tcr, and there is no clotid iilil man living near Auroia,iii Hits cate for whom ho votes, uuil this ocr. 23, SOL I'BttUV, cross marl; (X) must not bo made whatever upon the horizon. Tho county, got up before breakfast or with nn. thing except tho stencil Increased registration in New uuil went out into the woods near roil uan i r .timiin. LTfeT a load of wood to aid & or stamp that will be found in the York City and Hrookljn, amount. b is to get for Colli. .H.f I W I, wife in getting their early Mr. N I We are aullinriied lo mnnuice . A booth, and tho voter should ob- Ing to U7.000, Is a harbinger of iiuirniug lueal. Ho went away MOSS, ef lllrkmiii I'niiiljr aiarnndi-t- l Nasiivili.k, Tusk., Oct. 22- .- serve these instructions: Democratic success. There will ture headed, and, strange lo say, for Ciroiift lurl JuJgr of (Lie, KvillfllCO COHllliMCd tO nCCUIIIII l ICk (In I'lrn, Judicial Dimrict. First If thuio is only one Dem- tie Hi votes In the next olcctni.il lu iioxcr returned for seven long lute in regard to the currup' de.d tiorl trl to announce SWIUKL ocratic candidate for each olllce college, requiring UiK to elect jcars, but when he did return ho U'c aro ant inaiio uoiwecn the iinmiii-tioi ' beforo breakfast, bare li. GllO.SSl.VN'D. of (Intel enmity, at People's party, ofTem,, ..see. head- to he (lllcd and tho voter wishes 'I'lman dnidedas follows: returnedand will, tho load of wood eamtlililn for Circuit Court Judge in to vole the stinight Democratic . cil by their leader, John II Me ., JI he went after so von years beforo, thi, toe l .Julieinl District. MIMM.MMMMI for oeiy per- hi. t,li,lll ticket, he Unwell, iiml the Hepui.ti ins, son whosocan vote appears lu the Arkansas jj wl i .1 . and threw it down near Ids bclov nntiio I'nr I'liiiiiiiiiiiut'iillliS AlliiriM-ythifliigli life National Kcpm lica" O. .in.? t ' JHf California 9 r wife, whom ho had loft go long -- u.:' . r.t. Democratic column by making a It will be icineiiiliei IZaC, uoinrado I n ure nitdinrlteit lo nnnounre lr. M. T. Committee. vlTJf "Wife, there is 1, and said: lyoil Hint u few days ago, hi i dilute cross mark (X) with the (.tencil or Connecticut ... .SIIKUIODilNi: of (.'arlUlecoiintr, n 0 .iir ' :n There nro par. 41 stamp in the large square contain- Delaware candidate fur iinnioiiKil'li Alturiiet wiui nun IV'1 a. Kuloo. flic jv ell ;t es now living in this county that lu the first JuJicUl Uiairlei. admitted tbut an uurieWi.iliig! ing the rooster. Florida 4 me familiar witli tho facts and existed between these ntn.js.tuiu! Second If tho voter desires Georgia i;i were acquainted with tho man. I,parties in 1'OH -ll regard to tint nounm-- to vole for all the persons in the I1I11I10 column except ono or Illinois 'ion of eniiilidiiten for C'oncroiis lni Deuiociatic 5t)U Itimnril. Wo aro announce M. i, ,,, the more, and wishes to vote In one or Indiana ('liemlcal Co. State. riiU tmininl lite a oatiJi.Uit for Mierlir oi certain ibricle JOHNMiN more luces for the candidate of Iowa For Pore Kyce, ,l 'SHOW known,- - oil tho tPSti another party, ho should make a t the eimilng election Fulloo county, la propoei to p,y lo nnjonn wlm Mill prove nr Hie tetlmoiilli, oneern UepUbliciUlS them Kansas We ire mil lurl te.I lo nnnmince W A. tlicno of IoiuIh 10 iht ny one COWOILL'OJYS CALVE. in tho square coninnrk (X) ing llie womlerfiil elleoU of Lemon Chilli SHUCK i candld.ite fur Mierilf of selves mm me ileal txlivded to cross Kentucky la T.'iiic, re not lenuloe. Anyone em write laiT For Neumlfli ml ltliriiintlm, eoatiing election the National ticket, with' the h.ipe taining tho rooster, and a cross Louisiana r'ultoti county st the s tUltrln rlic!i'i nl ln heiletoui of giving the electoral note, of Hip mark in the small square opposilo Maiiio COWOILL'S WSASSL OIL. 0 U4iiif, lul 'Leoion Chill Tmle" utin At fur I'lrrmt uiirl t'lerk. to the right of the tiumo of tho Maryland -StlltO tO ll..rel. III00J I'url&rr. enerl 8 ihe het.l Kin We re aulborlt'J lo annonure Mr J. f churns, also, that thwET3 ticket1 candidate of tho other party for Massachusetts oolc miI rrtliicr. Lemon ChlU Touio. IBJT For Piltm whom he deelres to vote, and this Michigan IIOY3TKR ne n candidate for Circuit was included in tlieffly !, il,.nnl i lenion.ld nJ lr COWOILL'S PIL2 OHITMSKT. iP with will cast bis 14 ,.. .. (lit. A. lur ihe Cuiirl Clerk of t'liltou Count j, at lhe tne understand I tkiMIK? rtnraAV, volo for every name .lllllirCBOia uk. Q I'kill rfif'llr ilulr ....77n T...I. Ir.l.l nn lllnn al,.t IrAtho Democratic column except enaulng election. For Teller and Hinjworm, Wlnstead, the IqHJTri 'ca'i U ou ... for. Tde no eutwllute hnlKl . III fn trfilfih lit, Iimm nmiln Mississippi ...TfUfHtf... Cor COWOILL'S TSTrEE OINRIZHT. . . ' i. tittle fur Oorcrnor, would bo with- a thn ritc-17 hotiU. nJ ou will llmnh tKIa i. cross .marK i.j opposite V. I.'IISKO tirl. ....X.HH''.ct. uiei r0,liinn EVKRV day tho Now lork pa- - drawn in favor of Uucbatian, luo name 5l.VMlnr jour kltentlon lo it tuertU .. oi itiu cauuiuaio oi aiioiuer Nebraska tthi. pers reooru mo inoi mm some i inrii puny uoiniiife. 8 L'OWUILL A far ite nn.l etiArnntreJ br tB- - For W'ornn, ,((l.L, Nevada A The latter part of the iIpuI is the patty. pro in (unit Republican has como CowgUl'a Pleasint Worm SyrUP " Third If the voter desires to New Hampshire.. ' out for Grover Cleveland. feature that is likf'y to break the voto iik I'.ntr.ii i.,"i.."itit, i t lit for all the persons in ' (U'At:ASrt.Ki on New Jersey Republican Tie 10 s.irsyAcrios KKVVStiKth f coujbtiiatfon. John P. Ri:a, The supreme court of Iowa has TUK MOSSY 30 Stsle claim ihnl this Democratic column except in one' ihn P.. a. IL. U i. ,.r.l f..r leaders in the noHract. aiioydis or more races, and does not wish' New York rendered a decision which cm. North Carolina.... II Clevehmil and the Demoerntl.. w"8 " ' "'0 ,,or ",rt North Dakota. Sle by lhe Propri flora, rilue8 ni ' " n bodies a world of truth aid wani li..L... in MlniinHnlu. I - ll.n llruf I St McDowell llllll III? motives.10 luu "' su," IMIIM IIIUKU a .. ng iiml siiouiti interest every I.I11N HII) iriTintlll IIU ui"?' rl.t II a.aa.aaa ............ '211 tl iii,ui.nnri.r.lllr'li.U uv.iiiii.iiiini iiml the.. liti Hemline fuiiture mPii.inm,,nri. COWGILL, IMIIV Illy 'VI . 1110 space opposite 01111g woman in me latin, marK f a who COWOILL jU'rillMCII lil llll VAIUDICi mo UI and to ..) right of every person iviinsxlvaiiia the had made nppllcalloti lor divoreo StNCK Governor Hiiclianan, or nipt deal oiifihieered ly Tom "TM. .j I'HA It M A is eouvieted of biibe-- , ter. of the lSoiutilica National In tho Demociatic column for, Khodo Island.!.!!!!!.!!!!!!!.".'!!!."!' j "" the ground that her husband Hickman, : KKSrtH'KY. whom ho wishes to vote. taking, wo presume tho previous Committee, that will cause a q w',w " conllrmed drunkard, when South (irolitiii".'.'..'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'!! Fourth If there are two oriSou,n "a k 0 . .V.V.V.V.V.. is in ordei: lnt' evidence showed that she had What did Utieal sensation, , for lie get for eonuiiuting the sentence knoloduouf his liitemnerate hub- The corrupt ktsis of the alliance moro Democratic candidate an ofUce, and tho names of all of 'I'exm, of II. Clay King. its betoro slio married linn. In jjj 8 revealed in a letter recently them are pi luted in the Democrat- Verniont...'.'.'..'."'.!..'.'.!!!'.'.!'.!'.'.'.!!!!! 4 ror',,'K 1'ie petition tho Jiulgo Al.1. tho fools nro not dead yet. witten by Jo. J. hint, the editor ic column, the voter must make a Virginia ' s.ff,on la lllltea . l" "rt''': "You voluuturily chose a Senator Stockbridgp, of MiissMoflie principal Uepnt..irnn paper cross mark iXl in the square op!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I 'Imnkaid for a husbaiid and you Washington chusetts, is telling tho people, or' in Tennessee, the Kncwillo posite and to the right of tho iiamo c. should discharge tho ditties of a who have the time to listen publican, and Honk's tight hand of every person in tho Democrat- Wont VirL'Inlii His failuio to V Hill, who Wisconsin.... 12 drtinkard't wife. ; "ia" ,0 lio Hon. G. to him, that if Cleveland is elect-ic column for whom he wishes to Wyoming keep a pledge of reformation beiH l,ie member of the National 3 ud Hie. rebel debt will be paid. fore marriago does not justify you Committee from Tennessee. This voto. Fire, Life, Accident, Fifth Tho voter must not make Total The Ilepublicans arc now baling etterai..l Mr. Hill's repii are pub44t in deseiliug him. Having knowheir hopes of success on carry. is,,etl ,, ingly married a drunkard, joti t!l.ltllie Polll. a cross mark in tho large square The absolutely certain Demo- Ing Louibianii.leiiiiebscLMiinl est 3,8 Wl.re Imsob sold oat by their containing the rooster unless must make yourself content with Tornado, &c. irgiiiiu. I hey eonce.te Nevada BClf there is only one candldato fori cratlc states aro Alabama, Arkan- - tho sacred relationship.'' Kx. aiiolnteil leader for a money each otllco and he wants to d""" "" ?,,e ',,er' isoiisideniiiou. Hotli of these vote sas, Connecticut, Delaware, Flori-th'"." IIHeklrn'-iriilrn Slte. straight ticket, or unless he ,i, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, ,,, tn Slates, excepting 3ew it le Tll llMT Sll.Vf in tbe nrM fur Cult, or,v' ,11111,1, IU , UiU IIIU BlllllUlll MUKUl .... im M 4..1. i.nriiui, Ainrvinmi a.iiu,w,,,,M, i.ua mi, their credit, denounce the scheme except ftfitit "i .... wnvrP, nn n. cui ffTfr "oil! i t.il :( Cn;:::!j firssntii in one im With wheat at G7 cents, the1 and threaten publicly toexposo it. in tlioso races or more races can- - New Jersey, North Carolina, South '...-- - r"l'Tr' ,V,Ii'.,,?f. ,,I,,,, ('''111"'. votes for tho ' ,r""' "' a" s'kni hnipiiniM, ami ihi'L weary Western farmer will think They realise that while fusion of Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Mr- - ,eicnn-i'ii,- ,r no par rcmirr-iIt $sio,inw.iwiuw. gloomily of the extra cost of elnlh minority parties may he Advanta didato of another party. Tho above from tho Courier- - ginia a total of lli'J votes, leav- - 3Mr.iule-- l to gtre porfeit uifjction iuz for his family, of the high geous to themselves when effectI rtrv 5 c il, uionev rfnmlr.1 r votes to bo secured, price he lias to pay for funning ed upon an honorable ha.s, it be- Journal, Hint paper says, was pre- - inB 0'y x For uj C A. HetaooilH), Iru OTKICK OVKlt HICKMAN HANK, t. implement' to the protected man- comes a source of weakness and pared by 0110 of tho be&t lawjers!,ul tlloro is l0 ue added tn tho condemns itself if founded upon iu Kentucky, nud ufacturers. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. j certuin Democratic vote, 0 votes 4 HKviliritAI is approved as llttiri AW.U HACK. Gov. Forakke, in hi speeches, corruption. accurately correct. Let every' from Michigan which will mako These are valuable ns sns that the Force Rill is an issue throwing letters light upon the use Democrat read and A Dcmocratio speaker, iu Mis-it, and l,, number 17". The remaining strong .MAURUS KBEULE. in this campaign, and that it Is made by the Republican National then show yoni Democratic neiirli- - IS votes will depend upon New smri, while addressing a large' to secure freedom in elecCommittee of the enormous cortions. The Governor is a little ruption fund contributed by pro- - bor exactly how to marl: his ticket. Y'ork, 30. and Indiana, !., which n.dience, last wcok, was interrupt-e- l by an irreverent Republican, would givo three more than a mamore candid than some of the He tected manufacturers HICKMAN, KY. to perpctu publicans in this locality. OPINION. jority. The reports from both who intimated that Cleveland and ate tne tariff robbery. County Court Clerk, Y. P. Tay- theso States are so encouraging S'evoiiMin would bo defeated, Shop In It is said that the Republican lmpirt.,1 rio It. liloeV lor, with tho iew of having cor- - as to leave littlo doubt that Cluve lie speaker stopped for a moment firtl cl.ie l.rlele Mold fur $1,1,000. managers have usftl every enfrlmminf , arii.ilo Outline, In tbe fir.l el.M nerlaeu. Aid then answered tho m.in " t.Uf.tien ur deavor to get out Corporal Tanreel ami legal iuforinatlon as to laud will carry them. There llowhii struln: nl,.,I. ner, Commissioner, to ine evince acems certain, iy how to mark tho (X) on the ballots also a reasonable nrolmbiliir d.,.t "Uuilil a worm fence around a whoop up tho soldier vote, hut he .. ,cklt.0 ,.uuiuru nut., .ur..intho November election, wroto Massachusetts, 15; Illinois, 22, and winter supply of summer weathrefuses to whoop, and predicts Ivins, the editor of tho leading to Hon. W.J. Hendricks. Attor- - Wisconsin 12. will go Democratic, er; sklui the clouds from the sky Harrison's defeat in both New Republican paper iu TenncBseo. ney General of ...u State, ..,..,a- Therefore, with New York held by ,with a teaspoon; catch a thunder' York Ullll Indiana HICKMAN, KY. .' and of Mr. Hill, the member of the ing a dingram of the Democratio the Democrats, either one of the olt iu an egg shell; break a bur- Lo the poor Indian, is being . ncanp to harness: bottle an earth- :icke'. w" "io cross stamped threo States mentioned will ho Vat, worked in fcontl. Dakota for the Quake; lasso an avalanche; button Centrally located. Convenient to ublo '"', ueilBU.n,1 uom,,m,ee fro, lemiceBOO, both Droiniiieut u,lcr the rooster and inside tho ry, to glvo Mr.Clevelai.il victoRiver I.aiitllng. Ilusucs Call Great Chief at Washington. These "round tho neck of an leaving Indiana altogether out ,lwUla tho oroS9 Regulaily. IJvery Allen- gentlemen tiro he-- , Republicans, that McDowell the! square opposite the name oi ono of account. Hut the necessary -' ncliv" volcano; hive all the btara tiuu given to Comfort ao inni n9 meir i inrti party leader, (lid contract to ot tne Democratic candidates for cohiii also lie mailo up out of uuM-ig "m me .iiau m i.i.iu " """ KP of Guests. apiilicatious can be tiled, and the sell the Third party vote or Ten-- j Circuit Judge, but no cross else- - braska 8. Montana 3, and North He on a grape ino to dr; put the, D. II. IIRYANT, Prop'r. Inst one of them will bo made to 8(mK "' ,l P'loiier: uiiuuckic. where on tho ticket, anil asks the Dakota 3, thereby dispensing with luicctiii Tfti ITi r rial rvti fgw a. I' CIUTIM t , ata.uuv.uau IllllllUini tut X'ptL.iil(ii voto for Harrison. one nr the larger "ami oi eiernuy aim Is W.J. . e p.ii i, i.. ... ooutn on the condition of his reviving aiielliouiiio and J. Stone, M.T ecpt New York and States, rr r. MIcIiIlmii. pasto 'to let' on tho sun and moon, DR. n..i-R Hovstfr! i cup c L. P. BALTZER, i in. in me .. ,n ,11 ic o.. ?:l.,0(K)ui money. Republican sup voted for with a ticket so mat keiH" There nro several ways, it will ho ,,ut "ever, never for a moment. !,...,, I. Ii IQ (ll 1,'A III llw. 1VVJ1 IllPIIUilll lllll duvpipum tun oimnrnn Attornev-Gou'- l seen to lliruro out a Deinncraint Hr, deluilo your weak Intellect Hen. iy, anil iiteiiiteuttou was to throw pori inr mo u. . oemue. nnu tne And to this , rn loiuiMii nnu ounucui. Ul'ill,' .,,,.,,... y. m view oi j umciaiij: several aoainern Mates lo iiarri- - Republicans to help elect a Th id, ",,,!hB ,'"" . and tarifi, Kl..rtch.. caver's candidacy, of discoverTLU b.iiot, a, mark-- J vote, the Khole ison. The State elections proved lirtv t g.bnuure. ,, M be UK lll0 probability of Republican reform in this year of Americuii ' b ,.cktt , the scliemo a failure, and now ,,f,e.fiTi7erfleei ou" ,r J et "cceas. Mr. of comes the announcement that RocT'unt'Thet "" ipv,lArVs0,,l ' Action, eitherCleveland is sure or! enlightenment.'' ' ol .TT T"ir" "'C In November pufillcau capital will no longer be Oliee, e,r of J.cUon ..j Kentucky rB1: wJ winter should Congres, be. FACTS AND FIGURES. will heCa,,Cllo '. ocl.lcrlB tho election, There 'come contemntauiwtat ' - opinion is offlri.. and. 7 Thk .protected industries of of the ,VlU u' ,x' goron. votenon.1 election , reminded oftheiittle allegory oft- JonW t;aTVorSiBaU.nM?,v,,.,.ff ri:r.-.told by public fecnocralic candidates for! ' i nave somewhero read n story sheriff were not on tho diagram mn muter, which lnciul HIPlfM linin tno past few weeks an to run dilll and revcr. luirgo "'codI-cUKKN'TIIPICY Wi .nn prrioncaii raiitf.i ot a IIO WHO lav as eetl ll n nr. sunn tteil. lint nr " Mm Diimn uouius iiu vein. oiitirmous corr int nil rnml otfiee from neirrri of puMicition. ihe Of Ihl, For 4.1 by C. A. llotcox&r, Urusjiil. been raised, Mr. Carnegie alone e8t- H'ero came alouga pest'f-irulapplies ns with tho Circuit total, Tiik "T Lorn Itipcnt.ic tnalteil JiO, subscribing ilOfl 001). Pennsvlva- erous httlo animal, whos'e name I Judges, i. c. tho voter must mark 13'J pntiudi, or a'tmt tne (Ainonf, which Offico over Cowgill & Cowgill's will not call. Ilia S eXIICCteil lo nnntrilmtn i' with nn old tho sonarp a timi: nut vh;ii,a. i:. fact tell he own .lory i to the woo'lrrfnl '"' giuilgo iigainst who. lion, thought tho ('i iutho candldatonniiosito the C0O.O00. popularity and lirje circulation of the name or tho Drug Storo. Bheriff for In Natitnl campaigns the Dem- frrat lcnioTtio Niwipaper of the tll ' A nnANCH chnptnr of the infa- il would ho some satisfaction to for whom ho dosircs to voto. Tho Ilickmnn Democratic Club, ocratic party has always been auil HniilliMiil, TvV '. mous Gideon's Hand has boon mi. slip up and bite him, for ho thought tI. n .W THE "IWIOE A WEEK" UErOBMO dead. Tho lion was nnt at a mentltirr Tnmdiir nliriit "'.th ' earthed iu North Carolina, where he was Ho and to this catiae le at once the U;st ami cbapel newnpirvr two prominent Alliance men swear dead paw awoke and simply p'.ie-- lust., ailopled a lesolulion request- - mav be attributed the most of its pnhlinheJ in Atoerirn. It will he iniJii i lids that State Chairman Wilson, of ed hib animal upon all pistifernusj ing the Hickman Courier and tho defeats. When tho political hori- penrahle during thii eaoipnlfrn 5f educathat was left Fulton papers to publish thoubtivc nud tion, and ill he niailnl lu any addre.. tho Third party initiated them in- little zon wears a roaeato hue, Demo- from now until November 30, for Thirty to tho order. Tho State constitn-tio- of him was a greasy spot in the for tho Instruction of voters, CetiK, of ten o. crats cease their vigilance ami at one ur In olnbiTienty-fi- eor more receieeil strictly forbids the formation sand ami a littlo stench." Cenl time, for each A Cure for Cholera. tho Demoof secrot political organizations,' it fora creal "here le no ne of any one iiflVrlnt thoB allow tho enemy, novorso Iteniemher ihle your order, at onre flam nun ttiison win ue prosecuted cratiolionisal.voandnwake, and Wnh th, cholera l,en fli.niterUlo'i wide awako as whon he nppears paper sen In AJJree.1 pie eopie. free. rilK KKl'OIII.IC, Clioler mi.l Dlanhon Remedy bh nf! r,oveml,r lie will place tlin paw to bo sleeping, to get in his dirt til Illll", MlfS IlKVr flARKISOV wife "li:;': work. With supreme conlldoncui ti.. ire.iientrii.? Imien slni ""v" "''f n" H't will '! died H. ciinion, del- - iu tried it and know.-- w. ', l,",rV Mansion tn ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, tho provulnnee of (lie right, tho llO left Of It will Im .. lllllrt irt'Oa.i-- 111.11. ... I V Wuxlitlintnn Oil,... .... , n . ... Th. ...M.,..U ... , ll.lm.n.l .. ...... .......... J..m ... vni.t., .. ... ...i.i.HII. .) IIETWKKN .mv.. . All peraoni kaiioc tl.lm. k.Im.i tl. ii.iirii.i . . . v. II I. .1 .' oim, in ........ ur", noii.irii 10 ut dinner., oui Democratic party marches Ing ut 1:10 o'clock. Tlioso who btIA ill Ivuu atiiiit un,i i iiiT0V7ltliill.l , estate of Sunn I), Odarlc, dee'd, will Die aiiu.ciiu.iiv nuc.uHiKin protnl II In ue a without organization to Ihe earae, properly proven, with mo for Louisville and Memphis, know her speak to her ineiiuny In' Tl, ,,. .r-"-", elohnl form nf iltientri, nlmoet a) l.ii VAnnli t iiwniailni.il I.. ...I ....I.. payment, by the 2nd MouJay In October, i "iiiiori. niiiu, uiiiviu '? KeIiddicanS pal eeraii.n.r'l.nl.r.-,tributes of praise and the swiiprt-- ! , Tl.l. ll....l. u. WITH il,to t,, ,ral'8 l1" y H'O wll.V IriW. Ail periiorm indebted to laid eitate ow!I ItTS.OOei Tur fifs fntliiriico. It there -- II!, groil of the whole peoplo w'ill Ko For siala bT C. Pullman Buffot Sleeping Cars Republicans, lining for tho poo. will tare coiU by aettlrnunt. out to the soi rowing man, her litis- is tho Republicans wj,0 were A. HcicoMUK, Prulit. II, 8 MtmitEMi, pie and of tho people, tho Demo. b.iinl, the chief oXCCUti VO of this "sold." '0 AMI Til III! D. Clark, dee'il. Adtn'r of party has no long pure to H, The two lettors pnbllshod in oratlo I. O II lM , great countty. toll . ,rll,e' coionuo ami pervett tlio Pirrtit' or llm Kil.ri,il Cllilrell, ,)0N 8,NRI'Tny'H llouilt'. VIhUmI.iii-u- , iu, Tins eflorlH of the Republicans' letter to proof of McDowell's "sell out'Mn ignorant and iinscrnpii XS"ov OrlmiiiM, vlu to knock out tho secret ballot law one n l,l Tlilnl parly lead-i- Tennessoo to tho Re,uhlicans for provent tll,H , Serlcc eterr It and 3rd Hunday at i;.m im. 0I,, I080Urcle 0.;tu a it.., and 7.30 p. in. liter Friday Indiana, and open tho way for em of Fulton county, $15,000 aro from two Reiublioaii8 aml to accomplish this result tin' night at 7 o'clock "ervlr.. and lecture. another blocks-o- llvo campaign, tho plan of barbecue- - nmfaellinf' and not Democrats. How can any tiring vigilance is required. The 72. QO!CS AND DSSIEASLS SOOTS Oko. 8. FiTHll'oii, ikctor. met w h s gun defeat n ,i... Tvicn TO AN deall".l,!ir,y of monopoly nud greed is I'liOM to ?L'5sl.owa one doubt the truth of "tho diana Supremo Onuit last weel!. '" '' I'lirlslimi tinrrli. always alert to taito every advantNew Vnrk, I'IiIIhiIcIiiIiIa, JUIlhnore, W,, l,mt ,,ie "ro '" a campaign for Sereloee orery lnl'a day i'reaohlnu The Court consented lo advance, I'l.t'.A I'UIt 1IIK loitt'i: IIJl.L, age, and whilst .victory now seeiiH lutt'oii, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, lib Lor IN tliu appoitioninetit cases on which! revenue .only. "You must push tn Iia wlttifii mm rrr.iui. llui.. .. every 'Jd Hid II. Ilotilhae, daye in e.icli Uirh inui.d, Hull do, ClafeUnd, To... (Su.1 month, Klder J, p.tnlor. al si at 1.1 utti con li," is The Cincinnati Tlmes-Staledo, Cliienfto, IndUuaiiulie, coii.jmo vot for ,a Hcnhlicns t" nday tlchool every Hun lay, J. Vf. Morrln, iiiu buiiuuirs iiepeiiiiiMi, iinilerstond tn menn tn iiiihIi Clncia nnii, l.ouiaiille tinned fiiitht'r coiihiileratioii until "Gideon's Miml" tlnues to plead pathetically for a1 develop and carry out Bchemen Sup't, All ate oardiully iuriteil lo attend V10 "cpubllemi i;imlrrn nil (I ,rllieialern folu I. November the election ,, K 1 vo Force bill in tho following ..strain: that will thwnit tho popular whl, thuo aerricee. of party. . . . . AMI Dudley's game will nut be plajcd i, i. i ,!... Nothing In American politics Is '." '" .k""" "" UVC,A ""'""ctui io In Indiana this j eur. Meiupbit, Vlckabiirg, baton Roue,o, New do lils duty, nud if this Is dono iia. ,. T,"r Iluilroail Time 'fable. 'sit pofsiiiio for any mnii moro luiniiiar in mo publio tnan ., , I.MtU Itock, Hot Orluina, Mobile, the will A Ni'.w m oK correspotnlent of to dmil.t tiu.t ti... i, ,.n .' ... tiro the evidencesr.Cthat 300,001) or tho 3th of Novembertlin wittiesi ripriiifts and point e in Weil Ton. N., 0. & StTlj. It. R. overthrow of filing inn ..... tin... . I... ......n . I. a fflIIWlfl ,il,i..m.a .... graspiu;, ilnetue, Tea , Ark auaat, Mia- .((..i ,t,FV,FlMF Wlll.Vlin HI l.nlti.n .w.n I. 1UIIIIU IIKU I.. ...... I.KAVKi AlllllVKSi u u .ur Lauielniia, and No. At, in r. situntiuu an follows: "Cleveland II.... .ii.i inI, .,11 -Mr tlioy elect iiiu u Tmln nifuiiiuii, Diuiun in u iiiouitu conspirators who have for a qnar" Tr.ln No H W.ni r. a. Train Mo. M, i oi a. m. II, Train m. nF , l.nl.. rl ,.l. ter oi a century oppressed and 'J Nn road make dote In will have a plurality nf iJO.OliO m llilllinilll llllll IIIIUI UQligo. Q, Tll.; NIlUlll AMI hOUI'llWKSI'. "" """ "' "."" connection hli New York, Mr. I Ian Ison will l.avo gross! They tleinatnJed t in thoir i and In ".' dellnuco ol tho hedural robbed the plain people Owens, llm L. & N. at McKentie going north, and boro Mossengcr. tli smallest voto received hj any. National pint form hi 1881: Iiarri-so- constitution. The line la thoroughly r nipped and la & M. V. ut I'aducab In every National lib the N. N. rt-oconunioii, niul pruvlilea u Republican since 1KII1, The rhniic. urged II in two mecsagos, it election siuco Federal control koIiir norlh and tho Newburn accoin. culli'iit nrr anijement In time and throiiRh cr tiro about oven in MaNsuchii-setts- . passed In tho Honso with a solid ceased tho colored voto has boeni If you tleslro peauo and pto.. Iliodfition (foillK unillll, liAl'tltg lathe time Hiid con Indiana is hitfe for Cleve-- i Keputillcau suppoit, save 1; ovory supprohseii, lor mo solo reason perity ior yourself anil postcritt, lenience ercured by I'll I.llnlled Kpri" I land by KI.OIMJ. Illinois, Wiscon- - li'epubllcaii Seuatof it otoi! for that ..; , is Rontibllcnn. ... This nion. vote the Douincratin ticket nt tlm Traina. Only a iilgbt'g r,e lietween .,: .;,..v ,r;. ::" :.". :..' i.... i IiOiiiiTlHe and Mvinphla, ami tho beat and .i..i.. unn .; iioiuru an iiiiMiuig ii rnniiiuniiai election. ." If ron wint 1'o.lfrt, sin nnii lowa win give tnoir eieo 'It, save 7; Ihey realllrmod it in siroua iuiiiiny ... . ueeu ;.... It. nuiokeat aenlce between the two citlea total votes to Cleveland, The mint their Nutinnnl p'.ttrorm of this eyes. No one has or could havo on the otlior hand, you want notli. H yon wkiiI Kn,fUr-Hill e er ollored. If tun wmit who talks about a Republican vio year, nud a lingo majority of tho o jilooked it. Nobody can blink 'lug of tho kind, Just voto cither If yuu waul HMt.ioriat, I'or owet rules, lime labloa, nnd ull lory in New York does not know Republican leaders In (ho North it. Hvou tho Democrats, who pro-- ' the Repulilicau or Third party It roi want l.i'll'r ll'i'l., pply to dealred Inforinailon II iiu W4HI .Not. Urn I., what ho Is talking nboiit, or he is still tirgo It, It iN only in tho (It by it in Presidential and Con-- ticket. Doth are ono and tlin w.llt lllialll.tOArt., KIHTJ5 II IMJl.LNKIt, An't, If yuM WMil Vl.ltllllt tril., whistling to keep tip courage. Tho South, wherp it cannot lin N. CI. ft Si I,. It- U., Hickman, K y siiiiio whon .you got at tho facts irrflHSlnual elections, admit that If iiii tv.nl lull Imlliiilitii., are favorable to a laud ed, that Uepuhliuansnpolo'dzo for tho colored people in tho Gulf Don't forget this whon tho 8th nf Or W. p. MUKIIKU,, A,.rt,,, If im want SIiIuiIiik rnvn. ClirnUr.. It run want .V N.U M. will duplicate th.it of,' It. Tho man who dons not hellovo States hid denied tho privilege of November rolls around. slldo which V.llo., Itlr, Tenn. oii'll In fitt, If yon want JOll rRINTINQ "1 any .If. AB,t, I am not writing this as a this array of facts J.SIIO. ilnn. voting. His dono cither under never icgrot but nnco having vot. rrlinlim. your In m.'.l ..ll.lactury manner. )oiii Or J. I.N.I'HEI.AN, Co,, padurah Junction, suupivdooH not & M. V. N .nnii ..u.iifi vj cihihk ki in. partisan, but ftoni tho facts of the want to believe it, or else in his tho I'orun of luw or by nd with either of theso two par. can Imv Or W. II. I'llOUTY, Ueii'l AV. tics, and thtit is always. jsuctct licuit wants tho Forco Dilution. Louis rltlc, Ky Office. 1 IlUlioiuirulilu Fiialon mis i:ilt-'lcIn 'rciiiM'aM'v. ;.I. II. .HcDowvll Sold UN Tlilr.l I'arfy I'ollnvt i r.s What to Buy? to-da- 'I I fe 1 M Staple HARDWARE, wj&rw I. v: :co zj. wlj :. vv9 HARNESS, i ). - Klr-- 1 I J, i. llro-wooil- 1 1 m m . vm imk - asi Fanoy CfwoerioB, ETC. QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, CI.IM'ON HTKKKT, ci- - HICK MAN, IKY. li'BBB tnr Highest Market Trice will he Paid for ! " 1 Ileef Cattle. tfa -- .... mtirr e- rUBNITURE. FUBX-IITUEB-. f STEKJENS & TYLElt, IN 4 t I iv DKAIilSIlH . I At-,, I ( FHriiliiire and UiKlcrlaker's oods, - . ., . .I I V rnr ixrzr. tnn'l oir.. ....i.n i,i ..- -. We ! ire eJ'rtnf !' i ot fr nrtrl.iM IIIITUIVI'VSl UIIIIIIII'WI WW., .H.... inllur.t iJ ! Ole u (we. u tx. tbc r or, on Undortakori' Q)t.l L.teA Ha. We Mirr e Ui( line ot WiHiteu en M Ll.ie ..1 Hflti. Jniu wi lab Wul a tp t.lt.tj. itmenf Chairs. Rookorn, r! of PUtn, Medium n Ktne W,u'iJl ..it. a.... lnl Pin u.M..nb .........w,.w.- .ihl rurnttr tr tlr redurM filer. TT T.iiIoj, IJuroauo. W.ahoiJ.lil, . . abarai.lre jiui t- nltini tit tmiuuB lu tbie , . - I 111 nrn I a a a a a a a a - HEBTWECK. I r.3i." -'- BALTZER Of TIIR Ctl.Hlll KANUrAOrUllKIUI HU k GO., t,.,u 1 1 11 1 K B Ellison llr-1 &&P&&$m .VtiVa-n.' V Ke-thos- e INSURANCE! ,,. - ;,,,,,,,., ,,,, o HIOKMM? WAGON, 1 I Ilia. II . r L -' I ' ICM A I X. W 1C K '.i.'i-vi- Tfa, XT tr. 'K v. ., re t J0II tllWl.ll.U t I'M,'! t . ' - '9L:.-- "J it HICKMAN, .Hi la ' d 1 flaav K j Morolaat TaUor, 'Paid L' Itl I'upitttl B KENTUCKY. 5 u iu aa jS ? JS40.000.00. ATTORXEY-GKNr.IlAL'i- S Solicits your liiiritioM. Wo offer the moxl Iabernl Accomniodiitions to uur L'ustouieis CoiiMeteiit with Rntabllsbeil ltauklni: Piiiiciplrs. ' I C UAl.T7.VK. A. A. WiBilCl.lL IIOIL, R.T. TYI.KR, PARIS, W.A DIKBOTOR J. POWKLL, W. R. It. IIRKVA 4 SilllK, J. W7 COW(ilLL. - . copper-colorei d ,,. -- j - ' f. f. -- :S W I, Y in- .. Ne-i1- " El WINKS AMI 8K-- I i ,"' -- V A.tk1 XDoalor 11 11 ors, I '' Kmbllute'o'foS ' n ,, ,,, '".. - :",""""" .... e'n ,,,tuos' LIU C N l.S. STMIOSRRY ' M I Pnp,' - W. VV'" ""mJA -- - ffiEM c.,,,,,,, ., oU TIT, TTv "" "ww. r.r'VllZl IDOtist, I rdon. ., ... $'" el vtV' F'l'V00ls!t5StKlVw1 ,.......,,. PAINTS, OILS. tLftsQSL v;.n ',,? v2$&J x.tyv?. ' tg&Tk l54Sl4aifiH wSSKfedl 1 L I Q U O II KOIt H WhSCM! 2&2& IONS A SPECIALTY. Kteiia a MKDICAI. USK. 1 - o K, B- - SKiElVAH, "OLD BJELI ABLET KplenJU Sleek of the tery Ik. I of all kind. s I I ! over-cotitltlcn- 1 oW; 1 1 n'Vri HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &:. tko ar offered al ONK THICK, and tL at rerr All (?0)li loweal III rnarkel juellDea. lo be Fellow-Democrat- I - Semi-Weak- puaranterd at reprtetnleJ I - I M-- . srtVrnf ' - .."-Vi1vrt'.T,- 3El.oojD.xxsr - v. 3;pcirS,X"ty M.!5 9 - .. . - . ..f.. Mc-th- I Hfc ( . . y . I euo-w- i. - I I ''' '" ( I a $J121 fri-a- n ,.,,, p, rn Coji3:iejj n M Job Omcd g f f"ir, fr 4 Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Vork "svith neatness I r 17-a- rtor ! ,"1,'fl .?. .... r. . and despatch. B ill Pt 1 - . ... 111 I n '" I ( I m . m. I 4 ltiil, 0 ends, :-- ni Letter lleads, Note Heads, Juno-tio- n -- Look at This , Oll Slatements, i Envelopes, 1 defend-prosper- I s - Ball Tickets, Business Cards. liititnitla-situation.- " Courier Job l'. We Guarantee Satisl'action. I MEt&iiijisatie X I r nr-r- aaBeeeeeeHpearippeaMlvaa'Pa4rwewrwi aeB.BiBriiMBMaVaaJalHiBftf'aPe'KVK'JBiHHfeaBM.&e.s KMiiAaiMeMefaiMwKiKiiAK.. IKAJH3pjHHBaaMHBnBVaffMVvSwj7A liiiW TmfttMimmJiJMgMjtfUmSlmmBKf - J?A fTTjHaMenhlH ViVvlHB MeT"Aww . - . i - raMMWLlLaaaBaaa "N3feiWI ,:i.Bi'tSk EHEHB3?L. ''3,'l,,"',fchUA-t,Mrt- t 'ia!9tKI fTMaajWW 0 iJT M& lpSAJsv IffiUBKBI v f UKSfiOAl lite You 'SEWIS shy ft003)g 4n . ! ".K2 cent Ladies lit up. f) '('llt Ml'lll Socks, .!" I'diti Hoys Punts. 51 (() llnvs Suits. ft V)cut--Mens Suits. t 'J) Iluby hhncs. N p nit MiM'rt lSnttoti S!1('m, nil solid. 'is cents l.adio-- i Button H.kh, u solid. h') cents .Mens Slmi-Hnil ,,id. 1 i , -- aaa. B1EIMU3I PRICE G003)8! emits Best Calico. ll"(t Domestic, worth fie. (jJp Blenched Dotuetie, sold everywhere ot u, it! "Fruit of Loom," Bleach Domostir. Sl.Hll Best Ladic-- .Shoo on cm lit lor tin money, worth $!2.o0 H'o Canton Klntnip, worth hip. 2") cents A II- - Wool Jeans. Ti 7AN6! (shades Trimming- IlK 4WDS ioiular jlotD OH, THE VEIIY BEST lillESS The finest lino in town. t GOODS. f II the The latest things; match in everything thutjs nut. j '"'"J The Cash Store. Eye-Open- ers T SI E3 ! In fact, mp 23 223 3 3F DAY. V A L TJ B I- --- cunts J cant), worth 10c. o.ii) show you tiny thing yotl want, nt my CLOAKS price you went, and gnarantu If you want the latest style- Hat, come to nee u. H.ivi. jiat received our new Cloakb - styles. H7' -- J- O .12. .J-....- KS? ."Eat 253 3k O 3NI" 3E3 r. t.Vll, nil, Speaking.) J HJILsX-iXOlS- r Sb CO, DIBBOTOBS. tvr Sere's a Few 20 .18 d DEMOCRATS' vo Lodgton Precinct lbsOnnnlatcd Sugar for SI. 00. lbs New Kfc-e to Fiflcon Hundred' "y mrpicst or Mm Democratic Committee, Judge U.S. Murrcll Domocmls Iloro. tintl Judge John W. Gowgill will ThoCorn Stalk Brigade Half B,,,,",M lJe i,00i,I, at Orutchnci.i on ov. Jrd, nt Palestine, in MllO LOllg. Jrade is A.1ST1D TiI13rf Mil- Boor.il WONDE'R. TO OUB.VTK vmw m wmhm national bank, CAE1TAL STOCK $50,000. ir ! 1STO the Dem-ociiitl- i0iltoii precinct, iNow Sorghum, Ilojullifflii Oil, (ISO test) H)c portal. f) lbs Good Roast Coffee for fill .00. J Jest Patent Flour, per Bbl. S-i.o- 0. per gallon, for SI. 00. ',)") c'ts. i K3' a v 'drtrt Gssl&Jdl Gi-rocor- . Tor Drinoonalo Chilis nnd pooplo Mitre out In forci-- , pariiettiip.H nnd PiilliUfiianiii on MoucliU, and the hearts of nil true ltpiiiooratH swelled with pride iir tlip loiif; lino of MhixIi of the Corn Sta'k Ilripidp proijruBm'd.nud tho ihtii-utin evpry direction woro liitiiiiKPd with proat prowdH of PiitlitifiiaHtio nnd bltoutiiip Dt'ino-- f intlp ineii, "oinmi ami children. Tlip Imp of niiirph wnn formed on i' on tli p. niul Tor tho purpuao of orgaulzlui: on Nov. ltd. jiolitlcal i'hmios or the day, I'JtICLS LIK11 THK315 AUK 1JOUK1) A ItUSII YOU CAS 1OY i ifii Aftiuo In Kant HioUniaii, tin diffeimil centerlii" tlieio t Ic k tun it plpcino plant from I ho State Line, I)rpndpii, i tin I'limploiud on or auout ; Tro and roadB. Tho Dpp. Hill. follow inj; eluliH joined In the pio Try n pnekucp or V. S. Ml. IJ.inu.n'h J.nu Comtnmition t'otTee. I'fhHion: The bent on the uiutkut. lOlil .Ionian Club. lijit. Stewart, enpliiefr in Cay re Club. 1 llj-liIivim-hIiiiii- r ",pr Host Cnllcn for iia.m. deinocruilo clubs. Good y'T'tVldo Dninestlc, Co. At tho same times and places,, "Fruit of tho Loom" DomeHtic, Sc. tho uiiintier of voting iiinlir tliu II. BUCHANAN. rrrlilcDtj J. J P IIONII lt,NT, ; R. t. Canton l'laiiuel nil the way from 5c. . Catbler; .1 X. IJCAOI.KI!, Jr , new election hnr "III bo explained Ited Flnnnel, lilc. Gray Twilled Flannel, 15c nnd Illustrated. DcmocmtH will plea hu aid In giving tlicco appoint- - Wool Ro!Ih (Slipphonl's) per Hi. 45c. CiiBcoured I'utn, full wnifrht, per lb, Wo. rrn '5i3K tW mentrt putilleity. w. Fine Saxony Vain, nil colors, per liaulc, 5c. fl gj Good Cm pot Warp, nil colors, 2Pp. VrsJii ti2J Ml SiS Slcctrio Bitters. Humboldt Jinus, ."So Thl ivmoily writ knovrn Heavi- Sttipe Shirtinir. 8.o. lf coiuln (Successor to POWi:LL& IlltO.,) arid M "inilnr m lo no ix.iit mull Women's (Jalf lluttou Shoea (solid) H5c. lixctl electric Iliiti'iN linn. All "Iid lia.c Women's Grain lluttou .SIioe (solid) ? .25. KX cing ilm itiiiD son" of iiriuc A tiiirer Men's Rood, strong Boots, 1.75 mtilivii c ilufK nol exist ami it Ufiliran ' I. cla,n"'1-- , ,:,"'rl - l0 l.n, "" Ilnvinp bought thaGroeery Stock of Powell & I5ro., will continne tbe Mcn'ti red wool Underwear, unit (uhiit and drawers), $1.00 inivui-.-liinrrn "ill crp an uiir" in l lie i.iTrr old stami, and iiniiouuees to tho pub-liat iliatoll-kiiowi- i 5(1 " J. JietiV faiiej wool Untlerrteur, btiit " nil KlilntV". will remuvd l'l tn iiIcm. llni, that ho is makitip luiyo nddilioiiH to tho btuel;, anil will ' " " " S,ill Itliriim ml fliliir 1.50 cuiil by Moii'h iiiitiiral wool keep any nnd everything in the miiiir hlochi Will ilrive Mitlaria friuii l)oublo width Tricot Dross Goods, (nil wool), ll nil - -- .W: autmtmmum.- .t)UDUUANT. It I. .LFXAMT.I!. J A. THOMPSON. b. cAmr- Jiuljn; L. L. U AMPLE, J N. UBAUI.K8, Jr. ' OPPICERS: 1V Vicf-PrMe- nt Al.X-ANDft- l, All-Wo- AMlatunl-Cmliiir- gTyfp. lMJiSA ? a m aTW Wfrm (m - m-e- l 1 , ,, "'-J- e the ytni mil prevfiil on MkU'rut (rveri- - For cur Line. Further nnnonnccment through the Courier will be made as IlicUmnii, Iuim u fnreo eupiRPJ new goods arrive. thU week rook it nt do inp home neeesharj' repair work. Brigade. To tl.o I'tiirilflw. Mm. Mnry .Mott ArcM. of Watson's. IIV I)lll. I'.MTt.K. Fulton, tuih bprti vimiiiin.llie faui (J raves'. Nor II v ol her broilitu ri to our gulltnl Mr. K T n..,tt, IlrlriMji-- , .Siiiiiiilerrt', T)Iim, ulurn blio Ii.im reoon oil n Dctimf ri of th wliolc cloth, no iiumlitT of old uuiuulut.iiicu ami ami Ppniuriii(; iiipiiibora from the e r MHile. FOU SALE BV It netor toil, orer. fnomli lliekuinu ulub nnd 3asafntH Unle Nd u. for :irtubllctnlim, in Rtiiillglit or iu .iislr, No stfam or oilor can cscnte . T. Davis and A. W, I.lnd1 ho lirooutibion w:ih IpiI bv Ntltli.r ilo e tnJore tbe purty whole CASE, into t lie room. ax. popular i..ii.irattorneyh.eaoli Tliomns' ..11.11, eoiiniyriliii it U. bee tux! iPsJe. 10 inMiiiiiieiita,1 til ,,. .......... . . ill Mlioni Imvo bet'ii itliHi-n- t iintne. .., ..... , .... l'ood cannot scorah. uu"u btone ;'-""HICKMAN, KENTUCKV. t...... n.,M.i furlot.Kl.H. lint on- """ l",,,e ri""' ,,.., n, i bfkliiltr, aui.l up li.oirf ..1 m 11111I k 111a tnriio'l to '" Sicnmt up In 3 njinutn. it IPMItllt'.l i" imiiinvu lo.liirk, too practip' of their profemlon UlP .lot (lllli Clllb IIS Itll PKOorl of All tba nnlrlntnt, rlcbnc Trr to hIii lilt rtcriMilt TulrJ nity Cull nnd nee It. a 1. 1'a::i.m.s Im.ior. In hie club, bearing llio A tiuilp ilrppjeeil in friimle nt. aul l.iorof the ouJ U retmned. to keep the patel, iltluijr a niule, nppiHiid it, Lii.'h Omuipr, WttH tho eterali AJ fiii lm( to iuul ouml ien It to kfiiw bow li.irl t li'a jml tbe iliin you want, a Ii iiblii in. :h"-r In It tlio ilemorntile pinrcbNinn Man .,..,,... l)i.iiwii-r.i- t Itrns. n.irtpr and do not hesitnte to bay that the election h the best ever pro- NeeJs no watching. ,rvr Ami you ought I) How afr.noto to lila interests can be imiiietitiioii, a 4 thc vir tleteruiiii diii, aaid to li ipprpBpiitiut; .Mrs. ,..1... . ...,i 11... have ill 1 shall oiler these goods at the very lowest l.. duced in this market. It,, .1 (I to tiotir tlifin out iu n day. liPitsp, the Khiish PonitlM nru- - ... lu.n !,.... tl.u.l. IIIU ILIIIU-- . all my customers in Thr. ron, Jntnp, ilrtiR their lop lor. It wat tbo beusntion of tho cratic ticket, mi who is held in It iimblnn to toNt ntiicb po rcai:n price, ami will make special ellbrt to n.lQuality, Style and Price ! tho hihint etitcpiu by the white I'.t public. n nml ThlrJ ui'Miuiiu' to wiir out tbeir SIiook. lino. irty saa ibti't A ninthly hIiop (joei vory ij ttliu; i tyr Tim rl.ii.i,riit fi...l hia.i ... peille of bin neighborhood. The 1... tsi. KllflKC ... .. Tho attention of the Ladies is oj)opial!y c.nlluil to my A.LIV.....I..I.fl..llll.l.k..fl.l , wns poti,.,.o,i " " f n.u.i..re ,.ro " ir i; d but ?2 w:i V' '1 ""'l "" " l..nt.. ,,....., vj..l,.,nl ...... (f.,..t...1 ... Mlm..'1 iai .jjiv'U .V'"".".'u " Inifiirn I....,..' "" u"" "'" '" oT caniiou ami the' Hfpiihllcsn frifnil, tbr Sih of Nov. iloa't - '" ' v lllfit . .... ., . "a tl tl0 boominj; iiL j(w nun oiiiy to in- - f.....t UNW bcrp tiniiuiii . '"'"' contiutied hliouti and htuxnb from ,,u' i"'1" pUin.i-oii- crwa unJcrtlieDtu- i t tKi; v rn-nt Dpuioeratn. rpinptiiher f,r"e rol'ltr', (bat tbe bri"atln mill from eheeiiti' Whip Cord, in single Patterns, with Trimmings to match. lWpu. 10 Pm n i White Home I.b.ii p".t up tl.o polls eloM. at 4 o'clock. 111..I . S igcs, Henrietta, Ladies' Cloth, Broadcloth, Ax, in latest shades. fi.,.t ti... !...., In .1.. ifptpn.ictlzpiis, for Cleveland,' Stevciihon ,f l)f.t.ror, iNHWS. Plain and Twilled Flannels, all colors, from the cheapest to the trouMw are 0Br Dealer (u limy be so crowded that soino!111"1 f'0"0. ""'I '"0 wnting ot former ovtr. lift ipinlity. ' chlllll lillL'H ft kitleit. VIltlK '.lll nut fnp 1... .("' l'rofti now claim their own. tl.no. Thorelore. co to the :.o Is (llUwhitlows un.1 mil tint lllllbouse- - Tb,l?(nrr-fTable Damask, brown, bleached and colored, nil qualities. Also, DRUGS, KSDICINES, PAINTS AND Cofn' !" wUh lb' Iron, tho tbo Napkins, white ami colored. ion u i.riiFiu, "How-t- iii tho iiiurniug. the iimtrti'Mlourt ilii- ballot Ui we tops. It was u gain tllld glorious Anil makea uni(J have tho best and prettiest assortment of Handkerchief, Laceo, Mark yout liallot," In thin Umio. MiJ. Kvpm citizen entitled to vote dav fur the Dpmopnipv of Fulton En broideries and Ribbons, ever shown in this marltet, and arc sellTbeti join n, mul nlicn rrlc tlio ocrajv A full Hup of Saddlery nnd should vote free and uniiiol..sted,colIlt ljf wlt ,,.. 1(l((, ,,, lIlc A lotI, iiilnnlr ing them very fa&t every day. IIltrilPSK. .l('l.Mltt.. but tli'inoeratN will see to it this PHEGCRIPTI0N3 CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. .ullil Ofiuocratio tote will b go.i U'111 ,t,a,,'lMl ,,rH time (hut no illpgal vntesnrc ci.m,!eo,,,m" loimJ "in it,' The water workf will be 1 ! uie thst the nuiliv,Kn,, opened iiiuUs, and tho cr.r-- l tintl in opeiittiun by De-- ' nnd If tht-rIm promptly tu rested riago eontiiinlng Ctipt. Stone, the A Nulfil GiniTiil. ones kIihII iicmber I'lh. 3 a ,i.l,.ll T.Ht. lll..l 1. ...'... tltnnoiPil guest uud orator of the' Vnlu.1 and prosecuted under the law. Q iiuijj Ladies and Children's Shoe of the very best makes. Children's Mr. T. P. Fortune, of Mem- , ciuit inj o day, passed through the open line, iivmt-- Hti'i nut Kfneraii-- in Tunic. Itei t5ol."Ol blioes, with IteeN tiiut spring IicpIs, as eneap as the cheapest. PS few day in the City phin rpuut Clittitrrn llliolo tnUe "( noui-o 4 mi-,c. tin- p), u,. leeching rrttiln (hill unu cf...""! the punt cek. ovation by tho wav .".'.'.'At"". w "11 auaal Woolen and Cotton lloriery for Ladi-- s and Children, of the best '"f"1! nut un.1 yiiitriiiilci l inn lor plein r.uliicnli stjs. knee, heel and toe. Agu Tho chimppst line of Hnr-- ! fcVtiT, ami .Mulaiiii. ing 01 migs, naif, iinmiKorcuieig, nrf in rtiouiiueiuiiiig i.emon Cum Tonic,, brands. Cliiltlien's Ihw, double-kntur d co --r n 15id lUaiikets and Comforts. anil shouting for Stone that mailo lifr.rel by tbe Lvmou ciiemical Co. liess and Saddlery In the pity, nt 3'rli'o rtO m. uh.1 it in my family with n.lmirhi V by l A. IKitpuMiir, lru;i;iit. For !... V. S. Km.iho.n'8-i w0d can gpCcial attention to tho tho welkin ling in rf.nli,, rpecially In cae of couiiiiikiI The IiuIIps of Fulton Hrc pro- tlotnoeratio tt,le. KeiiiPinbpr that the polls clone m cbilll wiih n cbil Cliil.lico tike it n.tli-Hie rat A fff 6 Wh SJ fl J3 H 53' H "?M1 Tlk W7 4nt o'clock this j par. Deinooiuts pailug for 'possnin supper to aid The City Hull, arranged to sent oat lbC Lilian otipoailion." .Munficliirf.l TIT' ?TTiri) b) 'iihsniiiiih Hint rh. Twmit v.lH-UhnaltHl Co, Jiick.onull. Ji? 5jJ RUIN S. VJf SJ5 HJFVJJLVO BJ7ALtill must prepaio to vote eatly. ut 1 chnr'o of harbor improvement (Inrku' School House Club. Monte.omerj'a. StuhbV. m rure of Heuilacl.e, j On.tiiMlmn niul ln.litriliun try Kleiirio' nr llutiTJ Hnilre rjli.Ncihn ituaruiitt-nl-, inl f 1.00 imitii-i- n i"ilul l'rit 50 vr buttle at C. A. Ilolcoinbc'a Prui: Store. Yon will quickly seo Mint It is lo your interest to patronize ns. tt. SALTZB2B. era &. SHAW. arsOCEiEvr Corn-Stal- k Corn-Stal- k r KH itS The Arnold Auiomatic Steam Cooker! - - ws-nl"- ... - . ll m$ 1 11 ""ii" I 'H'l-oni- ,, or l Mm? . ( Fall aad Wiatet Stock I I ' ii..jn iim. &t&m 1 &JbM j t::mi 1 m "-' v,.-r.- - nr.i, 1 '! .'" ; "rc', "-'- t Xa-ifi ''" vc;;ffi: c.r.".vpl .1 u-- ier, J PRESS GOI(, LOCAL lli-a- lh, c - l I111 t-- .n ,,,, '''" 11 THE 0LB RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYS-STDFF4 1 Al.l-'KKI- ) ,t, - coin-(ilrti'i- l SESOES SHOES mm r - 11 , " - ..". nppi-iijcj J I ms W 1111 - it 1 . ! - I 1 I 11 11 W ....... Tho colored voter Ir lenmlug1 1,,.. ,i ,W1(1 tltnt,M mul In.t one thing, and Mint Is that tl.o (:r brpi.tl. baked ufter the rpg.i-- , white political bosscB are mighty intion lCenluekvniitl VircimnsttlH Iiiuk v M stump oratnry -V- liis is tho year when llc.no. I, " '"'"'"K " w.irii. up cuts should keep tl.o.r ippohIs .,,,,......... straight t.ckot Is the ............ r'''' ? The , ......-...1. .j. Hunt v if . In from till inmrtr. ft Iu million 1. ,t n. .,,.. .. ii,. n,.i.i ..i.,.. ,u ,.i..,-a- - Arlntnitor is ilm lu'si rimir. r. .. .. ' !". Koltl CNCIiisUciy ly lug hat op in tho K'eiiubhniu (.inks. Hl!.'l Ai.i'Ki:o Mrl).Nii:i.. lleloro Insuring your life to lion ... ., Democrats. t'Ct t,.l the nnlln ... , ll. ... l.l i nav ... ii i. nt l.ik" .,.i.,i. ..., stay thoro nitl,M city on Nov. 6th, lll0 flW I)lMr,,lltIo, until you get to vnto. lion t dp p(l,.,.s ,10W offered by tbe "Old shut out as to lime. .Mutual." In event of death, heAttorney General llendncks fore the expiration of twenty writes Tax Awnpssor ('inter to us 'years, nil premiums returned to- witter works nt llickiiiau and Bother with tho fueo viilne of ilm ...... ....I... i.jMiuey. i'tiiioii iii i.nr push viuiie. Huoic lluon' Is tho plaeo to go Lot your oiitlittslnam looioj. to havo your pyestpstetl tintl lilted Dcinoeiuts, uud don't hold your to Suuctnt'lps of till kind. 8:21! IllirsO Htll.IgS too tiglll. Wiitnli -- It is dangerontt to vote n ai"! I'ray Is gootl rollgion; work ) btiinlehod ticket nnd votl miiv lose '!""" l"ii.Y is good politics. ,,ml t,in '',Ml ,vi" ,ovp A our vote. Stamp under the iooh- l),)Vl u, '"". people of your parly will tor's feet itiul take your tlpiuopr.ipy u,1"1 r,su "H unti pall you blessed. Ntiaight. ; I ' ,. Ill l.n ...P.-.w- l .... !.,., I,.,,,... f ftlll) ' or bWI. WHS H 7M 1 ... n-- . I JlLl . u- .r.ti-'.i- - , I W .. ' - - I It Is Importnnt that till who desire to voto eorrretlv shotild in form thetiiRphpu befnruhaml. Tho hiw allows oi.lv thieo minute.) In which to voto. ' lluy Stronso ."t Ilros' High Art Clothing cipml to the hpst , ennui-titsTo be had only of P.Ai.izuit c Shaw. Doiuoptatip The lliekuinu Club, TiipsiIhv night, adopted a iciioliitloii to hen after iiial.-- strict purty uomlmitlons for all ollleos fiotu Constnblo up. Ilnniliedsof Ilontupkliins vis. lied Itanium's gloat show at Union City-- Wednesday. Nc.t ton rally, the nverago ICun tticklan enjoin n good uhow. Tho Democratic, rooster will hit iu ii box on election day, but ho will bo out of it the next day. Feed him on straight ' X's" so that he will bo nbln to crow louder. The way to feed liltu Is with it black ink stencil. Put it under his feet uud Iiu will get the bene-li- t of it. lullor-matl, Dein-ocMttlc - iiro heginning to h tiller their usual ! T1"; people out In Colorado """oynneo nnd dangei liotu snow ami l.ll?zanls. wlillo ""'"ies .enjoying the llnoKt wo huve kind of fall weather. This cllm-it- ii. ut-i.- ,v, I.. iiHHinut LINDSAYr"" ..... ,, . in tl in' nnr in t'nml in n... " l'ii. lir splendid vuIiips iu Storm 'u..... Men's footwear is not behind liii,Ml,i" llie on,"1"-l't, ohi.. ilut Ur. KinKl New t)i50,,-ry-' jAt,toraoy-a,t-!EiiT7,- l ... , .wmu.r bood ti.in unjininp i.vnres pecih, ami in both not. ' uieso IllCICMAX. KY. .. pi cess on was being lormetl, sev. guliues. Satino Uachmiies, newest1 ' ' iytr ""'1 for l.unc iroutdo NntbinK' wo will show in licnvv wwiii., i'''"1 liimilieil of the CoriiStnlk etlectu In P.laok goods, &., , t 'v Vl Av F"" OlUee wlih It S. M ur, cpllont v.ilups 8:15 .",Vnd lot -' u cold, ehllly wind selling fast. Lathes ttro wnViiPtl beaten elsewhe,! tlilzillng lain, nttestcil tlielrh.ot to do theinsplvps the Iniitstipo, viilini iiotiRi.i.irn.1 IvTotico! niirneNtnosS bv holllili!? tlinlp dor!. of buvltiK- nUiuvliern hnl'oi.i i.n I'urliea iudobt-- 1 Ic me, elilier by note Il.u.Tzr.it ,$: Siiaav. - rnnl.-u-. lironl.bur nut- i H.iiliv New Advertisements. linn mul rel'nsil)!'n or aa:ount, ,re rurte lo route forward i ... n. .. "' l:.)).... viniipy . .. Such oarnusincss Id leeolroH the I'l... ..l cUlnn will ha it one n, aallle. or ii. utin-iiii. Hung IlALlYXlt & Shaw. iion't. j'l'UT.I in the ban la uf nn nlbcer fr ool draw as it onco tlid iu Hickman, thnnks of every patriotic heart. leciiuii. Cunn nt onus Rill thereby aee Ir any of thoThiitl paitylead-or'I ho eiiltonhiit is iiifortned that llitira for Clovohiud, Stuveusoti eoti. wbit I wntit to come sneaking hack Plea. Inylor Is to the front and and Stone One million Ilickoty Spoke Jif JHIIN WITTINU. in the thick of the great poiitii-nInto the Democriitlo party after, dmgg wanted, to bo' delivei'ml ,TV biittlp,iind is now wasting no tiino uuro iof Jtnoumatjoiri. A tho election, rorollltip, say to them on th- - grounds at the John W. W. DLliSTISLBIUNK. on 'side shows," but Is laudably Pr. P. A. sblniiir, o( Trxnrknim, Ark , 1""! Spolto Kaulory, Must Wo havo been luirliuriiii; nn etiiiiUHiiiii in mo iirntcu ot id uu nay. holding up tho iirius of the Courier i i ..." man, and for which the hlehest t....a .i, lie ii.eil it fur 1'ii n ilihi) whilst we strike the nick from haililn'a 0 ajiKOo to nanio nil arlloloa, I.nt no x'lja.' "I fo'ind which gushes forth atrenma of lllimiiull'iii, iniJluo.il remedy," it to he i not, but now that wo do know For trouble I'or sale lurllier Inlorm.ition n pplf to 1 Como and to hIiuv.- eooda. mot eti'fllent , living tloinocracy, see. nt hy C. A. HuUuMlit-Uninlil. iiiciu, iniHi lucm no more, lorovcr.i Tavlou Sc Tvlkk. ami Moieow Avvnuo. tho corner of Trov iJ.st UlcUuiru, Ky tinoM-.iii.nl . &::"zf w ID-'- i " ' . ,." git utiri.aiiiPS'a... SlioiM can. lino ...... - !:. iicrioiis. . . loit--.irpot Pa.h.ob, KT., bore all nerhaiis not more tluiti orleri' should bo l'rlco 60o. f tliose on tl.o street being able I'or aalu by Cowgill .V Cot;1".t t0 pct entrntico orseatS. The raw, Mr. J. W. Hicks nnd Mias chilly winds of tl.o day forced the Helen Cablwell were married on ttpenkliis lusltlo n liotiso. ; a itioin Stone's speech was grand and ami -t.Miss ins an.i t... r..ioiin Webb ... hllle Sin h nn tin, '.Mi .... . .... a..,..., .. . ROOtl 111)11 PXIICIIV llppl'0)l IlltO to All tho emit nurli, ,,f il.l. " the oceaslon. At its poncluhion. ..,,,,. t.. , .,- ... ., i. i.v.pr, in a iiciuiiuui. mi.' " nr. is. di'pss nrpseutpil. in behtilf of the New Wraps ! Democratic Indios of Tio a venue, New Fall Wraps now on exhi. .. I.... ... t ..r S5. fi ii iMitiur tit ll... i IiALTZKK & SlIAW'H. iiu kiiriie: bition nt nlH, n. ,ha h!llliu Mlls, The stiggpstion is bruited that Cowgill Hogets. 7 yeats of ago, the CIt. wits lifted ttnon Hip'staire with a Chat. & Council grant to the Nash. tho botpiut alinost ns largo as himself, ft Iff t i St.IllLouis railway Ti aiaaright t Ii i. ai anl t ft al tlm gift of tho Ladies' Democrat-ses- s raili'oml tlepot to tho wharf, for to Club of Hickman, which he ore'Vllliliatl Uln.io t It t tiah Ikflftf transporting piibgengers, local nnd u invu iiv iiitvi kitrii.' sperili, "llurin Tor Htono and river ireignt. -- Tho political hvpoerito who Cleveland!" .Stone's roply in ro celt lug these bonnets was appro professing, iu talk, to bo for one ptintc, piclty, and applauded to, party aim ovpects uiitlor the new 'election law to conceal his vote Mie echo, Tic enthtisinsm of tho Demo, for the other patty, will deceive orit" continued after tho npeak- hut few, nnd only expose his which was signalized by tho poeney nnd perlldy. Innl.tu Club and others Tl0 .jMiiiiminy Hull demon-i,,.- ; procesbioti sorona.liug Stone Mrnon , Xow Yo,.,. w,(, t ,,, hotel, and gei.e.ul enjoy, , t the l0lllt.(l, nH,.,)OIU,ns 0VttP k10W,; , x,,vv v ,.,it all over ho tow... (J T .Sot since Cleveland's election ()f , ,.,,, Blt,lll;(,r , ,2 a,fni, the Presi, et.py ha ye the Demo- f.we.ll0i Ii. ,.:, t er.iita,,, I ,.. T .. of Fu ton conn mailo sue h .'.. one-thiraiblrt-ei- i . rnt-tln.- llciiselV lUICkCll. H. anl .New or. N. Y. nenlctn ilN o o PAKTMENT, as my 1 a GO c-- . ,,.,.. w . -- J- - line of Fanev Flannel and Work Shirts, light and heavy weight Woolen underwear, w ooicu ami cotton uoierv, uioves, and White Sjlirts .. ii. inoiv comt.lete miiiIJever, '.. . . .,'"" I...1 ..... ., loots, sNeckwear jhn.i...... .....' i.t .... than , . "imi. """ " "l'3 " "" ' ,l"1 '"J " Do not fail to sc my elegant line of -- ,.'...',...,, "-'i ( .... a o w .i C5T! Fall w i .,.' ! Men and Children's Clothing My line of light, medium and heavy weight passed for style and fit. Come and see them. A full stock of ! Overcoats is unsur- Yoang & Be.,: -- DEAIiKIJS Don I You Forget rr 1 1 a. a' li! P f ! I - i -- FANCY GIOCEKfiSS, . in Ms lCool Wititos lv? "''wwuii:, Ulnillllt aiUllll r v.iuarc, nil Ull lmil.1.1 HUtlVlf m 1I..1 D.l. ii...... itan.warc, ijiiora, ami. j aims ami uu con l.n iiilnu.,..!.! 1 illlU 111 III 11 ml I1UI UU UIHlUIMiUlli I Staple and Fancy t tlio It.'Ht AMsortinont 1 - by-ii- T9 W- - AMBIEO. Attorney Oilioe V,MI a'h-t- , ai.-- McDowiu.i. want.i $15,000 worth of pure dilution in Tennessee I J. B. T. DAVIS, Ihi,k. KY. lo all J SLJ aw si. Uilr3 I IT HICEMAH! o i v t j i i ir .v ii i a i Gaol dullvuce.l Is my put ol ha fit sec. rauTS, . -- GROCERIES lii F'ntiiicl '.To t : I , - Chiy jl., SlurpthtirR. .i he will not bo w ittiout lr KinsV -!:New I)ini3oery (or Couamnplioii, Caulia .:i ,.,..,. ......... Hut Col'li, t linl il cured IiIk ,fn wlu w.i k ,, to our Com Stalk Hiigade! i.,.. mi-.- . ... . ibietti'tnJ l with Pneumonia nfier in ailaoU lllll Hit lllfl St I ' ..I ill lllllAlllla . war- o are snowing bom10 nt- - "' "''l "r,Pre," wh"i Thrloit other rHni. ' oi .M.ven.upr uioveiaiMi win ; . 'edi,.. inulaffr.i pl.va'.oUne bid done lur ........ t .. .. i . ii in ..I.... i... i..;ut.. - -- v. u- in iiimi i p.js Vilnius ' .,,.,.,. I. i!,,i . ' .. '" ifi.'i' i...' i... l tal-tit- !. .':;" .. .: ",r r "-! ".." 'm. t- It Should 3o in Every I!ou:o. I! W - at - Lr cmlil Clinton St , vj. hi Door Kml of Laclede II. ttl, COAL! l'l'lTstUIUI, COALI GOAL! J oter Ili.ilcuiun HICKMAN, KY. s Ition, 371 n,;,.re'i,ri; ii P IIICMMAX, to rr, uiptly tiu ciro. 1 h,ilnpn Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, "A."W. HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. oCice KtatKUA, ILLINOIS LU.MI. and ANTHRACITr, In any ijuanlltlra ,!xlrt ! lOR I.K BV ...,". . - -- 's, "land l ''"' 1". Itliincian olh-- I ' adjolnlog Judge King-m3 'l"i ij J A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. )o( ilone, when you want PARIS Hickman, : & : FAREHR, : : kkntu- v Take toi-i- .',".." 10-7 hjickman 15. IVJarbie CAM.I.Y, PIAltR II Work':, A''. Mau3i. aitAVV - I thi-i- r I J i. 1 CI 1 IVK MB A TRIM, i C. 11AMAGK, I liliu't.mnllhi :c ul Wurnn. Conun J Hi,r"i-liceln- or repatrn uti a aiei-Uy- , ketp a full line of Hick-c.w.- Family Groceries. - Undertakor'o Goods, Italian and Amfiwcan MONUMENTS, rolll AND STO.N 1,3. nut Cuillii un.1 CiH'. which ,, l tin.,. tip on .l.ort uotiu, anl at routounble i,rl,v iile ma ii iall. MP Shon near tho Jail. uujSO-ob Uoiewii'i'l, and Solid Illnrk c 'n. I VINO in nock, aline tol of Amir lotiri and Italian Marble, 1 an fra piiod to All all ordera. Call and eiaiuio mv work. A a Ordera tiled. front the country pro&filf 0 .. Ii???-,- t f J , - - " "" - " "" GOD'S Th FINGER. It a Very Pointing of IntctesllnR Study, Wlilfli Mm ami I'nrniir-Hiii- l's IImihI In ittln In ItrrnBiilfril imicr'i Mill Ho Wrll In Mlslily nml Hf All Tl Tlio capacity of the HrooMyn Tuber-iiuclns tested .Minilny morning by the crcmtl tlint tlllul It In every pnrt as After soon ns the tloors were opened. I'omnientlnif on etcral passages o( Scrlpturo illustrative of (IikVs providential ticnlltiK, I'r. Tnlmngc gave out the hymn beginning Ool tnotrs tn n mysterious way Ills Humlcra 10 o rform Vl - I A themselves If the republican party Is kept In power. A protective tariff is in its very nnture unstable. Tho protected Industries themselves never have reeognUed, and never will rccognUe, any existing tariff ns harmonious, symmetrical and generally 6atlsfactor3-- . Those of them that arc put at a disadcenturies without letting one fall? saw Moscow, in some respects the most vantage by tho advantages granted to To me gesticulation is nntural; If ft splendid city y- - I others will always movo for n revision under thatui Rtranccr nccost you on the street nnd peror afterward asictuyceTi, y noso inuir nnsr. JBH7 ox uuiltl lortt.o tnrlff tho largest iwiiuiis ask you tho ssay to some place It is as it, or Mivin-lieno-titthe fviile or .ui-nderive from .natural ns for you to breathe to Wl ItolM ,,,, jr0. d , t r aj will nlwnys nsk for changes securyour forefinger V;we Sal I truant, ing to them more certnin or still larger burn I .III tel you In ererv e.xfrcnct' examining 0J0 bras cannons profits. Adventurers who, without only look, wo will find n providential After of the snow sufficient ability und business knowlpointing, so that we may confidently which were picked viit after Napoleon retreited from Moscow, edge, have embarked in Indussay: "This is tin; finger of God." the let- trial enterprises, allured by tho For much that concerns us wo havo each cannon deep cut with acquisirapid chances for tho no responsibility, and we need not make ter "N." I ascended a tower of some 250 feet tion of wealth, such as the tariff appeal to the Lord for directions. on each plat- oilers, and then come to grief by their If n man grows in grace, it is gen- just before sunset, and und small, erally before he gets $100,000, or after formI there wero bolls, Urjro bolls, and own mismanagement, will nlwnys clamor to be helped out of the lurch by h loses It. If a man has plenty of rail- nnd cllmlied up smon j the the nil bells higher duties. In short, if the opporoad securities, nnd hns applied to his then, ns I reached the top. ring, and thoy nents of tho protective system banker for more; If tho lots have gone underneath mo began to H00 towers were joined by the helNof wore ever so vt llling to nbst.iin tip M per cent, in value; if ho had hard and domes and turn ts. for awhile from disturbing tho work to pet tho door of his Some of the bo Is sent out a fnlnt cxlstlug tariff, there would be Inces.afo shut because of n new roll of securities he put in there just before lock- tinkle of sound, a sweet fntlnnabula- sant tinkering nnd lntcrtuinablo un- In tho ing up nt night; if ho bo speculating in tlon thnt seemed to bb!e boom nlr, rest, making business calculations unn falling market or rising market, and and others thundere forth shakoafter certalu, caused by Its friends themtho selves. Already the cry for more has things take for him a right turn, he boom, until It scemrd to docs not grow in grace much that week. earth and fill tho heavensso sounds so begun to lie heard, the insatiable shepgrand, so herds of Ohio leading the swelling aw f ul, Do you know what made the great re- weird, so sweet, so so soft, so chorus. vival of 1SS7, when iore jhioplo were charming, so tremendous rippling, so reverberatin?: nnd they In the second place, is there nny senronvcrtcd to Hod, probably, than in any seemed to wreathe, and whirl, and rise, sible man among those demanding the year since Christ was born? It was the sink, nnd burst, and rolL and continuance of tho present tnrill on defalcations and bankruptcy that swept and the ground that business has adapted American prosperity so tint that it mount, and die. W hen Napoleon saw Moscow burn It Itself to it who really believes that the could all no flatter. I am speaking 0 d men. Such men are so could not hnve been riore brilliant than opponents of protection will ever cease aflame. to question the justice of an economic broken by calamity that they are hum- when I saw all the 1,400 turrets with the Minlit roofs of go)d and walls system which, by the operation of tins bled and lly to Hod for relief. Nothing but trial will turn such men of malachite and architecture of all col- law of the land, enriches n small faIt is only on, mingling the brown of autumnal vored class nt the expense of a largo from earth to Heaven. forests and the blue of summer heavens, majority of the people? Does anyone through clouds and darkness und whirl-- n nnd the conflagration of rooming skies really expect that in a free country ind of disaster such a man can see the and the green of rich meadows, and like ours the voice of the opposition to finger of God. the foam of tossing seas. n system which puts the government A most interesting, as well ns a most The mingling of so many colors with at the service of tho selfish interest of useful study, Is to w atch the pointing of so many sounds was nn enhancement n favored few, to the detriment of tho the finger of God. In the seventeenth century South Carolina was yielding much too much for human nerves or many, will ever lc silent? That ophuman eyes or human ears. I expect position cannot be forced to desist, and resin and turpentine and tar as her Nothing is chief productions. Hut Thomas Smith to see nothing to equal it until you nnd It cannot bo persuaded. Hut that w .11 surpass it more certain than that so long ns such noticed that the ground near his house I see Heaven. in Charleston was very much like the and make the memory of what I saw n tnrlff ns we have exists there will be places in Madagascar where he had that duly evening in Moscow almost fierce agitation for its abolition. If raised rice, nnd some of the Madagascar tame and Insipid. All Heaven nglow and there nre business men w ho ndvocate not In the sunset, its continuance because their business rice was sown there and grew so rapidly nil Heaven Voices sunrise. that South Carolina was led to make but In themingling w ith the of our own has adapted itself to it, there are a doxo'.ogie s great many more business men, taking production. rice Can kindred her chief you not see tho finger of God of empires. Organs of eternal worship the word In its widest sense, who w ish in John responding to the trumpets that have to have it out of tho way liccause their that incident? Iter. w business interests nre injured by it. Fletcher, of England, many will luiow, wakened the dead. Nations in hite Centuries in coronation. Anthems Tho agitation, with all tho unrest was one of the most useful ministers of like tho voice of many waters. Circle necessarily accompanying it, will lleforo the Gospel who ever preached, Thrones of cherubim. therefore continue ns long as tho tariff conversion he had joined the army and of martyrs. had bought his ticket on the ship for Thrones of seraphim. Throne of arch- exists, anil both the friends nnd the South America. The morning he was angel. Throne of Christ Throne of opponents of the protective system tn &riU snnin nne snlllfd on him a kettle God. Thrones, thrones, thrones! The will do their best to keep the business of water and ho was so wounded ho finger of God points that way. Stip world in that state of uncertainty not until you rcacii tho place. Through which those who nt present advocate could not go. He was very much but the ship ho was going the atoning Christ, nil I speak of and the continuance of republican rule on to sail on went out and never was more may be yours and mine. Ilo you the ground of business stability wish heard of again. Who can doubt that not now hear the chime of thebel's ( to avoid. God was arranging the life of ,7ohn that metropolis of tho universe? Do you Hut this is not nil. If we nre told not see the shimmering of tho toners? that the McKlnley tariff may Indeed Fletcher? Good morning! Was it merely accidental that Richnot be what It should be, but that It ard Hodda, a Cornish miner, who was should not be touched just now EXPERIMENT IN JUSTICE. on his knees praying, remained unhurt, business has adapted itself to it, the question arises, looking at the matthough heavy stones fell before him t'lmrleinafiir'n .sttcnipt to l'revcnt the llrlnr ter from that point of view, when tho nnd on either side of him, and another "The law's delay." which Ilatilet time will come for the chnnges which fell on the top of these so as to make a thought was one of the things twdch may be considered necessary. If busiroof over him? St. Felix escaped martyrdom by crawl- made life not worth living, hnsbtena ness lias adapted itself to tlic McKinley ing through a hole in the wall across subject of raillery on the part of satir tariff now, o year and u half after its which tho spiders immediately after- ists, nnd of serious concern on the part enactment, will not business have ward wove a web. His persecutors saw of statesmen, in all nges. The pour adapted Itself to this McKinley tariff tho hole in tho wall, but the spider's man w ho, at the present time, has gone still more in five, or in ten, or in tweninto court, and who fears that justice ty years? And will not this reason for web put them off the track. Nations would 0U0 do well to watch w 111 never be done him there, may as- the undisturbed continuance of tho for the finger of God. What does the sure himself that at least his troubles McKinley tarilT bo in twenty years just cholera scuro in America mean? Some aro nothing new ns strong ns now, nnd in f.ict u good Tho chronlclesin part composed of deal stronger? Will not the same pica say it means that tho plague will hold good forever? Is not, according 6weep our lnnd next summer. I do not traditions, of tho time of the great believe a word of it. There will be no Charlemagne, who was the master to this course of the Mccholera hero next bummer. Four or and to a great extent tho lawgiver of Kinley tariff to be regarded as a perfive bummers ago there wero those who Furopo in the eighth and ninth cen- manent institution to be held sacred said it would surely he hero the follow- turies, recorded an interesting- - and nnd Inviolable forever, for tho reason ing summer because It was on tho wny. amusing attempt on this monarch's that tho business of the country, having ndapted Itself to it, would be unsetHut It did not come. The sanitnry pre- part to prevent the delays of justire Ho could not deny that tho excuses tled by any disturbance of thnt institucautions cstublished here will make made by tho judges wero plausible, but tion? These questions carry their own next summer unusually healthful. Hut it is evident to mo that the finger he was. convinced that they could de- answer with them. of God is in this cholera scare, nnd thnt cide cases more promptly if thej, hoi id. Evidently, If there are reasons why Ho' decreed, therefore, that when a tho high protective system should be Ho is pointing this nation to something higher and better. It has been demon- Judge had failed to render a decision done away with, it will be wise to strated as never before that wo are in within n certain reasonable tlm?, the mnko the necessary change before the tho hands of God. He nllowcd the complaiuant in the case should hare tho business of the country has ndapted plague to come within our gates and JJIlb I I IU11U Ilia twiuiiiw. II, IJQ itself to that system still more. The judge's house, to cat at his table und to adapting process should not bo permitthen halted it. Hut I notlvo that this finger of God lodge at his expenso until tho decision ted to go much farther. Tho longer wo wait with tho reform called for, the filmost always and in almost every tiling should bo made, Tho decree was promptly taken ad- - greater nnd more painful will be the liolnts forward nnd not backward. And row tho same finger of God Is pointing vantage of by various litigants, who wrench. All things considered, tho the world upward to the same Jtcdeemer praised tho wisdom and righteousness most propitious time for doing that una lorwnra to tuo time of Ills uni- of their sovereign as tney uuted the which must be ilono is now, and wo versal domination. My hearers, gitout furo and slept on tin tuVajftftctrTut'4.. should not hesitate to givo power to Um of the habit of looking bacU nmt look- tory judgcH. mrty ttiat will ito It. llarper'n ing down, and look up nnd look for- llioy found, however, that there was Weekly. wara. n is usctul once In nwliilo to another slilo to the cloture. TIipv ucIN A BAD WAY. look back, but you had better, for most in hastening tho decision of tho part of your time, stop remlniscenci, jndac; but when H yas reacted, it was Jljl,l! hriuiiiiiuir I'nrt or llirlr uuu iAhiiiauiKitunu. iiu iiuvl', uuiiu Keueriiiiy iuuiiu 10 ue unfavorable to Own I'lKtrorm of us, hardly begun yet If wo love tho the complainant. It was his way, as Tho organs and attorneys of moLord nnd trust Him and you may all wo should express the matter in the nopoly nre making a desperate effort lovo Him and trust Him from this mo- nineteenth century, of "getting even." to divert nttcntlon from the ono great ment on wo no moro understand tho This interesting method of enforcing Issue of tho campaign by making long good things ahead of us than a child at decisions, therefore, became unpopular. speeches and writing long articles studying his A II C can under- And whnt tho wise and powerful Charle-magn- o ugalnst tho wildcat currency with tchool stand what that has to do with his read- fulled to accomplish, has never which thu country was afflicted thirty ing John Iluskln's "Seven Lamps of since been cifectually secured. Youth's or forty years ago. Wayne .ircnueuiurc or uunie s "invino torn- - j companion. summarily disposes of nil this media." -- On the Cheap, -- A. Frolloln Tonl rubbish when ho says that "tho averThe satisfnctlons aud joys we have ns age voter knows thnt tho Irredeemable must bo buying on a large scale; I see paper currency in use before the war yet had arc like tho musical boy makes her nearly every day coming out of one can never renppeur." with his first lesson on tho violin com pared with what is evoked from his shop nnd going into another. H. The average voter knows that such great orchestra by my dear and illustri- Nothing of the kind. She only calls at currency caunot bo mndo legal tender ous and transcendent, but now depart- those establishments whero foreign nnd that he cannot bo compelled to ed, friend, I'atrlck Gilmorc, when ho languages are spoken, talks a bit of take a dollar of It unless ho wants IL lifted his baton and nil the strings French without buying anything, nnd He knows that tho constitution exsi bra ted, and all tho trumpets pealed thereby saves the expense of conversa- pressly provides that no state shall forth, and all tho flutes caroled, and all tion lessons. Illatter und Illuthen. in like unything but gold nnd silver u tho drums rolled, and all the hoofs of Ho knows that btute If girls long to do nuTbCullne things legal tundor. tho cavalry charge, which ho imitated, they should let notes would not circulate one iifanttes nnd suspend-ir- s bonlc in company with the 31,000,000,- In full lent. Look ahead. Mere The alone and learn how to climb tres hour finger of God points forward. 000 of puper in which tho people havo nml mvIiii. Alcluson dlobr. "Oh, but," says some one, nm getconfidence uiilum issued by the most -- An l.uvilint IthtmoT-T- ho I'oet ting old and I have a touch of rheuma- Oh, substuntial of banks. Ho knows that jt- gods' i, MlB .jiat r),yines with tism In that foot, und I believe someIf there was the faintest suspicion , mop. The .i him) (oicrhearlng thing Is tho matter with my heart, and tho solvency of any bank Its Stop. Hoston l onrier 1 can not stand as much us used to." notes would not circulate ut nil. Ho Well, I congratulate you, for thnt Watts Have ou my new dog knows, finally, that tho question as to hows that you are getting nearer to yet? J'otts . ? tho Issue of state bank notes Is not uu What Is he; thetimo when you are going to enter Wutts v,. Ibsue In this campaign any more than immortal youth and bo stiong enough Indlnnuprilis Journal. the question us to thu disposal of lo hurl off the battlements of Heaven arid public lands," which occupies a Thei uieim-i- who nlwuys takeout nny bandit, who, by unheard of burgconspicuous place In tho republican lary, might break Into the Golden City. their uatiiii-- uli an ulr that seems to platform. Js wrong.s llut," says some one, "I fool so lonely. say they lui.m Thu very men who are lighting so Tho most of my friends are gone, mid Ham's Hull. vnllnntly ngnlnst the wildcat currency niiiltl-jdlo- J A soUl.li the bereavements of life havo ius us much kill In of thu lust geucralltM uro particularly until this world tliut was once y It as u pound of powder. IUru' Horn, tehemcut tu their .ncrliou that thu eye-sif1 III sermon was on tho text K.xotlu vlll., 10: "The ilnperof Hod." Pharaoh a milking In Ills mnrblo throne room nt Memphis; plapmi after plnptie had come, ami some times tho Kgyptiatt monarch was disposed to ilo better, but at the lifting of each plitpio The necroho was ns bad ns before. mancers of the palace, however, vtero compelled to recognlr.c the divine movement, nnd, nfter one of tho most exasperating plagues of all the scries, they cried out in the words of my text: "This is the finger of Hod." Vic all recognise the hand of God.and know it is a mighty hand. Have you thought how the hand of Hod keeps millions nnd millions of round worlds, vastly larger than our world, llylng for bright to me hat lost lt charms." I congratulate you, for, when you go, there will bq fewer here toholdjou back, and more there to pull you In. hook nhcad, Tho firger of God is pointing forward. sit hero in church nnd by hymn nnd prayer nnd sermon nnd Christian nssix-lii- ' on "0 try to get Into n frame of mind that will bo ncceptablo to God and pleasant to ourselves. Hut what n stupid thing It Is all compared with whnt II will bow hen we hnve gone beyond lVn.tn book nnd sermon and Hlble, nnd we know our Inst Imperfection Is gone, In tlic presence of that charm of the universe the blessed Christ nnd hnve h "i '00k In our face and say: I have been watch ing you nnd sympathlzingw.th vou ami helping you nil theso years, nnd now you are here. Go wlitr you plenso nnd never know a sorrow nnd never shed n tear. This is your mother now she is coming to greet you- - and there Is your father nnd there are your children. Sit down under this trco of life, and on tho banks of this river talk it all oter." I tell you tWfe v. be moro joy in ono mlnuta of thM than In fifty years of earthly exultation. Look ahead. Look nt tho finest home on earth nnd know that you wbl have a 1 ITS EFFECT ON BUSINESS. iif Cons-uirrrl- ul healthiest person you can find nnd know you will yot be healthier 1 k up the ono who has tho bott of any one you have erer hear3 of and know you w ill hav better vision. My friends, I do not knowhoiv e are going to stand it I mean the fuu Inrush of that splendor. Last summer I finer ono in Heaven. Look up the Dlironl. When the ndvocnte of the McKtnley tariff is hard pressed for argument, he will at last resort to tho plea thnt whether tho tariff is what It should bo or not, it is now, nnd has been for some time, In force ns the law of tho laud; that tho business of the country has ndapted Itself to It; that business men nrc making their calculations nnd on the basis of Its provisions; that ii change of system at the present tlmo would cxposo tho business world to new nnd hurtful uncertainties; thnt there should at last bo some stability In our economic policy to enable business men to know what conditions they havo to deal with; that therefore the tarilT should remain untouched, at least at present, lenving such changes as limy lie necessary for u more convenient time, and that to this end the republican party should be kept in power. This p'ea has a certain plausibility, but candid inquiry will show It to bo essentially fallacious In several Important points. In the first place, tlic tariff, whether it ought to bo left untouched or not, trill not Ins left untouched by tho protected Interests Tlie MiKlnltjr Turin" rrmlucllte fore bill is not nn Issue Involved lu tne campaign. With rctpect to that Mr MacVcagh pertinently observes: "It must not be forgotten that only two ngo such u measure was warmly years advocated by President Harrison, onr estly supported by tho republican parti-- , nnd very narrowly escaped a law." Mr. MueVongh mlghthnve added thai the Minneapolis platform is not mom explicit or emphatic upon nny otlut subject than upon tho one of tho force bill. It dem inds thnt such law "shall b enacted and enforced," nod declares that "the party will never lelnx Its e( forts" until such lnws arc enacted nm! enforced. If the republican plntform menus anything by its most deliberate nnd explicit declarations tho party Is ns much In favor of n foreo bill as it was two yeiirs ago or at nny othci time. 'ocnX . lire-pro- the salted Leviathan, and the dessert to consist of nil the delicious products of tho Garden of F.deu. Including even somo of the fruit of the tree of life, Tho guests are to bo treated to exquisite wine made from the fruit grow n In paradise Immediately nfter the creation nnd preserved In Adam's wine llar for this grent occasion. Toward the cmt of the feast the Messiah will fill n cup for tits guests over which they . snv nml llm Messiah will Tho wholn lepublicnu plan of cam are to bo requested to perform this office, but paign is proceeding upon the tactics 11 ...Ill r..H I, ,rt tl1.nrtl 11..!.rwil .'. .V ..... ti which proved successful in lSiO and ,ll ..... 1J.11.I lb LU Gabriel, Gabriel to Abraham, Abraham ngnlii In ls.s.4. Moses to A republican leader of Pennsylvania to Isaac, Isaao to Moses, recently boasted nt tho committee Joshua, buteaeh willdccllno in sttccearooms that Harrison would have OO.OOi siou. Then Gol w ill assign It to David. majority in that state, "and moro if The cup will contain about 21 gallons. lint rcmnlns of tho pro lslons after necessary." What possltilo use can there bo for meetings in this Gibraltar tho feast Is over will e divided among of protection addressed by the most tho guests, who will sell tho same lu prominent leaders of the party, except the market of Jerusalem. With part of ...1. to warm up tho beneficiaries of tlic the skin of Leviathan w ill lo made ernacles, pavilions or nwnings for the robber tariff to yield their fat to the Just, nnd tho rest will bo spread upon friers? Why should the chairman of the re. the walls of Jerusalem, diffusing a light Tho publican executive committee npply to to the extremities of tho world. festi"active, earnest and discreet" mem- banquet will bo followed nnd the music bers of his party, having "the ability val concluded by dancing and marry, to kceia secret," for the namn of "a The Messiah Is afterward to democrat who can be inilucnl to vote having tho daughters of kings for the republican ticket this fall" If he wives, but one of the most beautiful did not expect to furnish Die induce-tnent- f virgins of Israel as principal wife rr t'-ui lt.-ioo' 1 The republican party must bo sndly short of confidence when it abandons nnd repudiates ono of tho most cou splcuousof tho planks In its pint torn; and seeks to magnify Into thing ol treinoiidons portent a little plank in tho democratic platform whlcl is of no mora importance in this Con test than tho republican deliverance about the Nicaragua cnnal. A partj which abandons half of its plntform and stands in mortal terrorof tho othci half Is In a very bad way indeed. Chi cago Herald. THE pTsEsTdYnTIAiT PLOT. I"rcli Kil.lriuri nf llir e of ltriubllran It timl I r. The plan of tho republicans to buj tho presidency progmsses braicnly It splto of its detection. Tim money is being raised. TTi names of corruptible ..,.. .n Ik-secured. The skilled agents of corruption are at tlic republican hendqtiar-ters- . hid-nw- WHEN THE MESSIAH COME8. 4 OteJt rent Tlutt Mai limn l'ortlil ur h llalilil nt lrnrl. prcvnlls The greatest discordance - ,imr Jewish doctors respecting tho anticipated coming, t uoof Messiah's many of them believing thnt hi Is delayed by tho Iniquities of ISnbbi Mnchlr, tne. people of Israel. nliolUednt the end of tho fourteenth century, describes numerous commotions, prodigies and signs tlutt are to precede thnt groat e cut. Ho says: hen Israel shall bo gathered from all nations nnd brought to tho land of t luir forefathers, nnd the Messiah shall have rebuilt the city, he will celebrate reception, at wlilclt every at n gnu-lounun shall be seated at n golden table. At this fenst he will entertain himself and company with a great battle llehemoth nnd Leviathan. Tho feats of llehemoth will bo highly gratl fvimr. nnd Leviathan will ,..ii.. annul and with his scales ns n breast-platovcred with a coat of mail. '1 ho battio w ill bo fierce, but neither w ill bo victorious. HhIIkw 111 fall exhausted, when Messiah, with n grent, strong sword, will slay them both. These trcineu-Ion- s beasts, together wltli tho bird. Har Jachne, are then to bo spitted and laid to tho fire, llread will then bo obtained from wheat that will greatly surpass tho growth of our days ns much ns lt.tr Jachno exceeds a common bird In size. Sauce will bo yielded to perfection In s een e In Know That when oteursloo rittes tiro nude to Chicago fur people wiio llvi In Urn Kant, to eu aulii tin-ito attend tlirt Woild's Fit r next by tho Western ivtr, it IsAon'ctnplittrtl loads ti nlsii iimk.i cviirsloti rules limn I'lncngo to in! principal tmslness nml I' ur p luts In tho West, .Nor huut r;oi.uvu-.t."- o Ui,iitlion wtxMloMr.' m M ii. I lu Hi a few wiohh Mining 1'ielr Ii it limit West, unitlneiiri-iii-mm tippmttin ly utsi dulng withmii tinioii mlililli mil expense Itlunv l wellljuuiisldiir Ihissnli-jut- . In mlt must nf nctiiiil tltnii of sunn .'. I'mii It mid the Cuitiikti.Mllttil KeoA-litis lsin d tiinp und tm it tuiiii's nnd ul 'tor Mist i tu tit ttiuttor. m IiI Ii It will l" ulnd in fiiiiihu fnti of i'vinin upon iti'plioiitiKii by mUil cunt nildresmsl tiitirn ii iiKtrroiiu, ucnvrai i Mituim It May Ilo lntrstlng Iin-ml- s compound, Ivof rooUnml lietb; (torn tho fotrsts of Ccori ', and has Ik en used by millions ci iKopio with the but results. It Pfnr.LY n vegetable W,Mt Bin I'" Tli!t suit lli oii'ir-it- r Ims Ihii or k' tut l ,iga Mill wrM'-rrasI "nc natal MiS.iJKdmmmmmt snrt - Hun iw."a,Vr,nJ,,,r,, nwl !'?! lur nulla I REMEDIES, CURES All tn.mncrof IHoml tliseancs, from the I TWO GREAT AkoiiI, Cliii'HKo. 111. "I think," shM tho Cilmidar lo February, nt tin-- t.iMtnf llm loan oar, "Hint j oil had bettor Inkoiidii) oft." Three AiltnittuRM. llesldes Its wondoi fill curative power In nltm ksuf CroiiU. I'diBlts, lnlil. Ilium Inns nnd Astliiim, Hi- liusslrs (Vilam I'mim .....,... ,1.... .1 .n..,i .l.i,..,,.i,i,imm.i above riir.iiii.it nilPpltSISIIIlt to il. forthi'dlWS SllltiHeine Ci'lltlllll It It IS tm tit. ll does ti.'t em (' opium In no Address .s, VitmlUuK M tt.itisi'ii or 1' Ho.isik, Ilutfulo, N Y nmiiufiii'lurur. runs lull- boil on our nose to trst of lulu ntcd blood taint, such as Scrofula, Klicunutism, xiUt - - tl- t ca-c- CaUiihiuul SKIN-QCE- R Trratlwen Im. tt. "stijrs" Mil GcMnt-s-ottl!- s btTltttsn tin', dull't know how lo Mk Mfo&Gmk &em CUHR. It conUlns anJ it will heal any form of luni: When ilur from .1 any malady that timiNe-o-r Nrods rmlnlntiee It mJ Iki best to nlor It lie other cI.iih of disease arise .cold. i.roiiiUv. but run simum svniru.iMr. .....m ' nr.t twsi nun uv,. ,...., .. from Je r.iiicemrit of the difiesllve organ . .. tin neeilril When the and trsult In "' rlcs, tlertmeilv ttlieSvnip 11 Hyrup nunuuc , f, srsntisvl ti ci y n v., to ktmnaih soon icfuset Illicit bv tuo I ullforalii I i Urn i i" i.llpuili 11 ID it sili bowels on Pot ait theand we .Ire troubled t d Ik Ir I' ico . the food iwii. if iimc !. It Isn't the man who blurs most vs I .0" m& MmiU wltli inJiRc tlon and a lung train of disliit irr flint It tho casiwtt to nim tlio v, Ind. -- t range of malaCod lletu. ftllTH ia, n p sun Aftv tsr, orders th it eitbr ue a largeCiUM OHOI'S dies. Illli I.AXAilVli . IWrl.r, l'jlr "ii Hll. dluVulty of tills sort. will correct nnv V. It LnM.t ; rimls tA Fend twettty-flvIlievto tna nuthm deleltrlLus, Nit ara 1'lienU IliilWInit. ftileatti, Ul .nnd' tun a sifp .iih! Icisint. (irtthrin of any dealer. plHlo IHOllllODfttM' l til l'l tllHttfSl III. ground. uml tiull.lilts.iilkil U I i Ir,i iing. Ul Ml L)Y CO , ML sl .ut p. inu A u in--t list 1ms no Kilt 111 . ii,STrjiCYCkC3iri tlstitug 011 biiudaj l prtU corutii to nao Imtl NI) KIDNl-1 s1 fti mt iteBG&ns Smnll rT 1I1 irrruiinc Mon,lnd S'VlnDlvisM tiittW Co, vllnl.i.iia. 1 he human ,itiJel Is open to attack. from two sow es and aslJc from acildenN these two are the avenues from which nil of the 1n.1l 1J1esth.1t .lfill.t the race spring. llietirst of these ate wli.it Is known as thecvrrtufv orcins -- the lungs, the kidneys and the skin. These suffer from vngcstioii uhli.li takes the form of colds. Starling I mih what Is called a cold tho maladies that result are wlJe sprcaJ rang,' ig from a cough to vonsumptlon. They ltt.t.k .ill ajirs anJ all stntioni. No ona Is fiee fioni these tioublcJ. There Is, howe.er, a remedy that Is a safrguard. litis l HliD'S C.I'H.WAN COUGH arls 1 ff. nt ii " n. ll 1 - tlrnuis. I dreml lllil.ll .....ii.,nHnr,T,ar. n i,.t.lin.' 'I.. It.. irMn a: ' I I , tli.-n,- i ! It .1 . ......-...-- . - V, ! i,F- Vr.t ntscrwi lull luformiitii'n 1'Kon.t wlw cling to tax atieliorof hnie often havo to ro duttn mlo Uia mud with Ik -l- At u.iin. (IrareU. :mi trt It Willi ,"nil. thviu for jwitpliUt im - k llllW t ' ll las r" ill nivlug & ". - II . immsaBswsm n.n.k Uf, DjIIS n 1. UUIH.II t?u,,,n 'uok. F J CnrTrtrii. cured hv latin. for icsti'mui.lats. '' - -- ' - --- That V .. . .. . Il.ul t alarm litre f "-- e ,''"; ... Pills Tolti, G.. I'rr u- - T M .. TT by Hi ufgtt, inn trShr-'-' The Two Holiday Issues OP Oliuu cv.pk r 1 tu uric- - so 3ii's"7'....T..-.- ': Riritsi r,(3 E3 UDUtll'i? ' ilCtimsTCJ. wsTrii irc&vn nwt&Sfti.i,ii.n,.Mi,ii, . ,M.y,Mr- ST fm a.i rtitit 11 liru hilt". Ileccham s cause ttiey cure Otis llircniM s Film cure Mllmts and tierv 1j. nll im-Ittvntft it box. hlui. The Ladies' Home Journal November am 1 wealth of attractive up In urmi HvriiTosi's sweetheart agiut UalveUu souvellmes 1 1 prtu News and December" sshole-sotile- chine? It all means n boodle campaign nothing else. The men who won four years ago by money, for the sake ol more money, mean to buy tho presidency again N. Y. World. BROKEN PROMISES. Thn TarlrT Inrrrnsrit Iiiitrml ol llrlnc He. ituri-il- Why is Dave Martin "n disreputable rascal, a ruffian at the polls, n manipu lator of ballot boxes, a dispenser ol corruption funds'' nil upon republican authority employed to come to New York and assist tho experienced politicians of this city to run their ma . There is ono point about tho present republican campaign which should not be oierlooht'd, and that is that the issue of McKiiilcyism, or extreme, high tariff, is directly made. Four years ago nearly nil tho republican speakers were admitting that tho tarilT needed revision, and wore saying that they were in favor of a reduced tarlfT, bul they insisted that ie vision and reduction should bo performed by the repub Means. Thousands of voters supported Harrison with the expectation of tariff reduction after his election. Instead of getting tills, they got nn advanced tnritr Tills year McKinley and all other republican speakers are standing squarely by tho McKinley tnritf. nnd are defending it us the full lloiver of republican policy. They are promising no reductions of duties for the future. Harrison's reelection would be, therefore, n complete vindication "I the McKinley tariff and would lead inevitably to the enactment of n still higher tariff schedule. There is n escape from this conclusion, nnd every mnn who giteshis vote for Harrison must give it with the expectation of siting the tariff piled on still higher in case of Hnrrison'w success. N. Y. I'ost. Km-pcr- 11 I I I PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. Maj. McKinley says he cannot beTun minutes aro very valuable to nil ec- lieve that the people of this country retaries. Jcuulor'n Circular. It is will vote for drover Cleveland unpleasant to have to j'o countt-- to the THE MARKETS. Ohio major's belief, but there no cincinsati. Oct :s l'atil Glolio. csoapo.--ST The refusal of the Indiana mi- (.'huhi' liutrlicrs . . . pieme court to advance the suit of the (UmhI l 15 republicans against tho Australian bal- SIIKKI'- - Kwh to lot In w is in tho line of uriir reform. I.AMIIS-ll- uti hers .. t IS It will put thu election in the state on dUAlN -- Wheat-Mil S rwl tho free list. Sk Louis llepittdic. . Na 3 Corn No. 2 midst Tho federal officeholders, memDats-N- o, .. . . J ml nil bers of the cabinet included, want to lire No t iof MM holding office, nnd com- TOllAtro-Meilln- m lorliolMi keep right on leal ... .I( pose tho nrmy which is fighting for la Ol tiimil imrk. ... Ilurrison's reelection, llut tho people 1'ItnVIs.IONS-Mn- w lotnl rrlni lmiti opiMiso them und the people are Invin... 1H . dairy IIU11 V rrtroo locliotrn rrcsimry. cible Detroit Free l'ress. . APPM"."- - ivitno. Mil campaign in I'OTAIOUs-l'- er Tho republican . '.' l btil Michigan has not only beeoino despor-tile- , NKW YOIIK. but has reached I lie stage of nliocv. riXIUH-l'- alr . 10 fin.ey .. 3 no Ti GHAIN htockbrldgo told tin atidieni-Senator No. S rnl the other night that if Graver 1 COKN-X- o. 8 mixed SIS should bo elected tho rebej dolt 13 r L " IICXl.s.-Ccmis 1 . .1 " riAJUIt-lVlniertat- nlly Sk Louis l.epublio. n.liti.- - t ' it Movrr vh. I In .U. r nui a. .u s ui ii.Tlif Ktliplrlle of I'urt. In China tho men take ns much pride in their hair ns women, and the "pig17 T V KF.GV&F2. tail' is a thing of no little moment in making the cue tho whole head is shaved except a circular patch upon the crown. The hair from this Is braided and strands of silk arc lidded, whh-rnds in n tassel reaching to the heels. In full mourning tho black strands are replaced by white one, and In second mourning by light Wuo or greea It is an unpardonable, breach uf etiquette for an Inferior to enter the preaenee of a superior with his cue wound an iuivI d h s neck or head, ns it is frequently of during work, nnd the greatest THE insult one man can offer another is to p.ii his cue. It seems very odd to sec sioors nnd soldiers on ship or in combing each olherslong tresses, cr coolies at tho street corner perform-- i g the samo friendly office. Custom forbids n man to wenr n lmartl nnd miiv vclio until ho becomes a grandfather Wavcrly Mitgaame, The emperor of China Is tho supremo head of his subjects, and is supposed to receive his instructions ns to the management of tho vast territory committed to his charge by decrees from Heaven. He Is considered by his subjects as licing second only to tho Almighty God, nnd to ho tho connecting link between themselves nnd tho KIDNEY. LIVER 02 01 Trffl. Almighty. 15 ne!;, Arf Too Vllnwr IP no, Af coursn you ftrit IllllrtllP. VDIOn Joints or Iiii,sllm.,it Imirin.'hxr Itk cuj is ur reu utli n, I l.i i. nmt im. alo Impllen that you have, a dnll pain and 1. k tenderness In tho rluht mle, nati-eheadache, lurreil tongue, onr braath nnd Indlgeiitlon. Hosteller's Ktotnnch llltiers urtu. rictus Is whnt vou tvanL Prompt tollef fol.otts Inalxl', iln pM.w-ui.tIn liver complaint, uyi'psi;i, con its kidney gtlpntlon, innlarla, rheumntlim. Ctltistnir H iivi'h its when "Id't ir 'lntrrprfis-tur- v tronlile and nervousnes. l'byilaians In ttu- lsirtn. m turnl irriun u, ' th tuns recommend lu ... Womev never stutter. When thoy want tnii.'n to they ran aay "yea" vtlthoui a stammer, Illnstor ! irl tltclis tiiidtT llin r il " mil ooslisl, (.iii.iiH.ln ii. '. N. O Picayune. queen.. - II. tie's The lMblu AwoT'U tin) HiiSHvf More luttinl ant , 'l t's curn inotie Inuto 1'iae sTout 1r lr 11 mlerl-.l- . Ijy n vluJlng The Openmc Chapieti of L 'n & i ji. U sV5 . T Mr. Ilowclls' New Novel Tbs Vtt..6 ifl S Flut el MRS BDRT0M IIAHMI Nrf'l The Well-Bre- d Girl in Society f tft tttntziHttl NAMIK OK'KtINS. CMANLKa lilCKEHa 1U ItrliBlaf U l- tt" '7 a JjcSIi ills-rse- My alher V salattlct'S, rsxaii sj stMtrs ty KliV. JOHN R. I'AXTON', 11. II. MARY Ii. Wlt.KINS LUCY HAMILTON IIOOIl!R ULOKM; I'lF.I.H nnd .MARK! RO.U :us I Recall Mini J bar-rjok- s Cures Pain Promptly. OR.KILMFR'S ss 10c. a Copy $1.00 a Year Till! lwim!S' IIO.MU OO ) ' JOl'RNAL PhiUJctphlsi, Pa. liberal Term. lc:.c 1'niii in the AjcefiU Wjnttvl. n. Kidney C'oinsiluiiit, I'riiinry Tronblt"., - ut . DisordortMl liivor, i, - llikn ,4 I.. Hou. In nt,ttM 4nUihp pricr itiirtrilnti 4jlkf llMllsinat nr l lUiiulriil in if U h u)jt te rrofruiinn Irr lor ub tltlnliitf Mintti UP "V' r I I'refitAMe Ernployrnfnt aiiJ Write for Particulars 0 WfTZ FOR fe CV1) i, TION, Ilernrr ittnr?Jtt of Vnlrr a! tiiiui. nf tt llriiirulsl, 'ti Mi, ' .00I' Slr. f n 'la.ftli.la . Km wLII l., IIIMiiitMn.s, S. ii. fflfu k ! I'ltlM'llf i . "Hi uf 1' JJ AOr. i f I II I ii ii I t 1 1. S3 SHOE "' A .IT w. l. Kn1no a, a' in si mmk riintlf F rwv nhonihnt t i 1)11. A rl IIAV-l'rl- Two liuttles of nimn Svrtip CtUCll 111, of IIiPHirrll.no rI the Gt "German Syrup" !! f uli-il Wit I.uiii tirJf.'l.lKIr Mipion nl 4 ifliMl I ft t - a. ti ik' . r , lur t s ji I r?tiv!"i Y. r "fnnoin riiif ucviju Lbfvur nr t Mf l( , . ufnr em r v rtltV. siHu.i.nofOu ft,. . r rt-irTk4 miMi umi lUh r ,u wll t. s.ftif rlfiMM ifruralMupiT, uiMcttrowB4ttlb !! h ffl 111 Mlli rrm litis. j GENTLEMEN. lf. Id aftJWWS lv. J rompl. lu rut I. Ml"tt nri',3r, ftft'l 1 n.tx.ttr( iii 11 r. - j. . SJCtj rk -- sSE;.,- IO . v X JTV pi Iftcm. ! N JI,'""1"''' "nn '!' IhI'Um.ih,MSA . h.. ntin Isifi rsrnv 1 r ! . an 7 t iuprtur uji. t, lar afuut. ii9lius) p 1 bAlnftuftiroit Wl II 1 i 1 rt.t-J..I- .si t,,irii-ii- -- sir bfl DJVJ3 ir . . . :a C'let.--lau- Oiitn-inl- jtsl would be paid! N. Y. World. ess - ce-d- ed Mac-Veag- h 'i - . 1 n-e- liver-colored- Ujfht-colore- 1 . , - m-a- Democratic prospects in .AUssour. art) so bright that there was no need to bring McKinley here, but iv speech or two from Win will bulp. Ills tinfalU Ing record In tho campaign to far Is to reduce the republican nnd liicrcne tlio iiiMnoenUo voto Chicago Times. Any hoped-fo- r effect produced by Mr. lllaino's speeches will bo ntilliln-by the knowledge that his heart is n it in tlio work. Ho holds Harrison 111 contempt and has said repeatedly tlut the course of tho republican party is both illogicul und unpatriotic -- Sk Louis When tho republicans think It necessary to colonize negroys in 1111 old stronghold llko Illinois, it looks u if there might be something In that which Hie tlemivrats claim shows a mujority of tho votors in the state opposed to tho republican parly Louisville Courler-Jouii.nlllalnu now comes out squarely with the plea thnt tho deserve to bo taxed for tho benefit of the maim, they are poorer hut facturcrs because the western fanners do not forgit Mr, lllaino's trmt assertion that the tariff he now upholds does not provide a nur-ke- l for a single barrel of pork or usi.el of wheat.- - St. Louis Ilnptibllc. It has coino to pass Hint )lV0 .Martin is tho republican pirtv It 10 w 111 of the people is defeated nil ,,, tocracy continues its ruiiio.is ((, will bo bucnuso Dave Mm tin u. f ,,,. colonisation is succi'-sf'i- l It plomblu that ono reckh ss, iiiipilh,.. pled, rascal, tmigu by Iknature and cNporicnce, lt posltionto endanger tie greater na. tlon mid most liberal gownim-i- it on , (,t earth. of tH 1, u, ,,. ,. hand when Dave Mai tin t ...ij tililes of tho proud bul f ,k p. Detroit Free l'ress, cun-vu- ss l. rs fa.-iuc1 , coarfco-gnilm-il ) , I.AIID Western HI1.11H ClIIUAOO. I'LOUIl Wlatrr putvats UII.SI.V W'lirnt So z. ri-Na S t'hlcnpo sprint; 'urn No. V Oitu NaS roui.'-Mi- Hi I.AKIJ-Stcam 3 : IwllVmsnls. S.7.t tas. tnnrncil man and. thirty-i- x r if f tntttliisb SISOJ1IM u UltllU I M s. "w years of aRe, and live with my wife r nasj. s& " f. nnd two Mile jjirlsat Durham, Mo. YlLr?'&& . "" nuJvr- nr I have stated this brief and jlain so My cn-- e that all may understand "tra V U.UI was a bad one, and I shall be glad WT'I tit"1 rsrlusUo on lr to slian tJpalfM nml crurrul iiiiti liiinu ttlinre I hT r urea ,llrrri lit Pajto At rlln nml uf. If not fur sntu In oiir to tell anyone about it who will rnsornl.. llautlas, JliorWmu.iI ipilim kiMi, slrti auJ trlilili truatrJ, l'unluto trci'. V, writo me, I'mt.ip I, jSchhnck, V O. U0X4S, April 2S, i'KJ. No man THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE could ask a more honorable, busi. THE COOK HAD NOT USED (I statement I.uiirs when other runi'tlio I am a yrns 1ST1.E lteir fssaRa? .11 VI, , k ty TV TTV "(-- " libyMilJln i sn.l liV i rsvikT-w'- "a mm?F aoFz&!z&&&&iri I . 1 ncss-lik- e ' ij t TJ ELy's nnPAM rx uiiunm WIITII HA uiii-.- ii M s CatarrN MHPg.waV Jflcnivi 4fctcu,irtC01 nmt IIAI.TIMOIIE rr.OtJn-1'amOIlAIN-Wlii-at-- lly No. Corn MiximI Oata-MlLAIIII-Knnnt.il xitl : , . SO tlfiiniiiia tlm liii' , cnurrli.il vlriM tioi'rlii, niil 0 sorimd tlT. ' lll'll., 1.1...... ? i3 1'OKK-Mr- -H . (ATTI.K-l-'Ir- iit IltXlh qunllty .til aw . Unities iliyscirit It ftllsys iiiUjiu 1 OltAIN Corn Oal INDIANAPOLIS. Wlieat NilS red Nil 2 red Na 2 LOUIS VI U.K. FLOUH Wlnlir patent red OltAIN Wliint Corn Mixed. rtils- - Mixed I'OIIK Mess l.AHU-hlc:- tm, ' linn, rr-l- i ' intmbrnnn ti 'ii s tUinslci'lili C'iniiet Ir l.i'lillie iri--i nnd reitorr, lento of I Dllllli lit ir S.aPM &?& s x HAY-FEVE- MM GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.2 SAPOLIO A 3 jA O 4 SO TRY THE A CURE ra ? a t PI 31 H is shl I'r h .1 KI.VIIIlu'l.ll rsr I. ' n l'i lii sy(yi tl lAT.9 V PW. COTTER 30 INCH StCOND-HAN- 1 at i k Tirlii IT 3IIINTI IS it 413 00 W k J.; ' s iiystem afUr jiiioumonlii, fovorti. uml oiucr jiruMiuu"5 m.ui to liulld tip iivrdul tlixilt nml ttrciiKtli, nml to lu 11,it-V- . Otk; "Ui ci-iuo &3tis WE. fisis i Tbc Best Watcrproor Coat I Latest Styles ill Tiikiitisr tlllik t , 11 A, Til 1 111 Anson Hardy Power Gutter. CAN KAHII.V HK CHANGED TO A HAND MACHINE. VSR rttoro (lol.lt 11 licaltli Hie Is-s- t tlilni; nml uswl-iiji- . lit tho unrlil I Dr. l'lcrtti's . McxlUiiI when you Uv "ruinlon" n nml vlor u functions, rouva otery Ml. Itw r u si wa llu f,l lur Into liuiltliful nctlini, I h 'l nn. Tin new 11 M.11 is r Jdt.srui mrilim nun I'liii'iii't tuo IV tX I I llm f. 119. IN ilnoil. nml tlirouirli It tliy n llll I lr!( clKHihc-tri'iilrB, nnd t ' n, tin. 1, tlio cntlro u tUiii. For tlio most htul.tiorn fcr rLFSURe , RUIn or fValp I)lsfius, Bcrofnlous, anJ PROFIT! Ililloiistiofi, nii'l kli'ilrnl nlliii(iitH, Urn nr vm s 1 i'l w llm nt, ' 1' KllfT 111 ' '' n nil. I " lilw'ovcry ' w tlm only reiimly tlintB Sllil nl V IIAI'II,-- ! It, 't U'licllt or euro, If It tntamnlrtil. .... JI. 1, tv a.NTI'.II. Wrllu . 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