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CEOItCE WARREN, Editor. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEA.D BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, trico of Subscription, 8150 CURRENT TOPICS. KSTAIiljISJlKD DKMOCltATIC 1851). fraint rot 1 .v AmerlMii lnjoplc fot Vlnrou hut truthful ic mitlnntl puilrtrin HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KYPJUDAY. NOVKMIJKR 4, in Jiiii pr tij 1892. .FOJITUNIi nnd Fifty vol. xxvjm.' NO2. THE LUTHEIiANS. "at V. f I d ETC, b7TCs CALL AND SEE ITS. KENTUCKY '- I. u - is- - ot rtcat m.i)ort at th our debt.. Hot lo Braill, Chin, and lh Ivn.nt (,f (.WS the IhB ptople of Kuroixi ar (till huuttj for mof Unrfu.iffi ot thr democrat- of our grain and IIU onlj half rlollicd with out It will be OUiTvcd that cotton. Why hnuM wb not tako moro of their fjenntor Hill Knunolnton IIIr VIowb tl Is A filno flH't IICIOS. tuoli-rtiofor them In Increased that is t!.us manufactures and Tiu.iia. nrc ,liu mill-- of electrical Uol'oro Tiimtnitny. not the mild protection of our early rk and cottonf of vihrji, corn, teef, re,u inrjnt Imlunlrle. wl.cii the ex In this country. ralltv iimory in "The rcrxnl oi the rrolecinn urin- - wouiu cus. forlt wna more drfenalbtr The republican more than It did In II5. open toour Ox tlio railways In I'r.uieo passengers Hi. rrliiilplr- - ef Hie Detnnrrnlln I'.rly protection of to day li not even the ptotectlon farmers etenenormous innrket, which would pur an artx sold invoked snail In pjekngos. Alily I pllelil liy of yeaterdiy It liecoines aorao and worse and ihaae all (hat thty lould possibly furnlah. I rw tnrk1. V. S. Pi too Is linn of tho peculiar more Intolerable aa jiara roll on It Is a pro- - do not think that you at all ovcrrstlmslo the turner lliivrrnnr-M- i Mu. greastvo erll All pretense Ihst It lja!im- - amount which would bi purtlaaid from our ley liitrrrnE.li'il, ciuiuca on l'ticle Sinn' pension roll. rury illey diilitcedouly for 'tiltfenclra pecan farmera if no ( hie rot rid of ourhlKhprotectlVt Pivr. joiing women uolvil UN ushers at now lo be abandoned. latlfl Imimrtaltons woUld largely lhcteae, The united deinocmuy of New York recent l'lultiliulil (N. J.) wedding. "If Ibe republicans 'hall be aucceaaful In tills and they ouubl to Increase Theio la no ott-electio-n A cominv of utoul 1,030 Japanese li assembled in that fumed templo of Ilii) liny will demand a new tariff bill, Willi production In any thine Thero are not now In party. Tiiminnnj hall, on ide evrnlhif larger dutlea than ale marled ubder tho Mr- - thla favored (ounlry nearly rnouh coals, tr ilo W eMnbllsheel in Miuilim, Mexico Ivllilryl.il Hie fainreit or nhoea. The American acm l Tm:iu: uro six peppermint distilleries of October U3, lo girtt Heiintor l),ilil LnrilrntliiK and liujtuble liitcreala national to til. driaiea. or hata. as many mats, hata, shoesfarm and Our er la entltli-- to II Itlll, who rpoku as follow h upon the lory r. rule, 'In iietlvit operation lit Decatur, Midi, the (ruth of this aiatement a.s other comforts t.f ilf.5 aa ihe American manu- facturer. polltloul liiest Ions of the hour: hy lbs court" of leKlnl.ititiu gomlurlffht eldcincd In St, TheroIt hn Won drclileel not The farmer's wife has as '"lina iNi'.Hliin In the D ret lline I hate tad the pukni an platfurm for I ho prravnl )fur declare. to n irnnd wool dress, a pretty tat, u suit cf ail to sprinkle Mrcct puved with asphalt-un- i IrtHmr ifaddrvMHii; Ih. ilimntriiei ef sfpwVork generally lu fatorot tte 'American doeirlno of' wo- -l cloihlnc. n pair nf handsome, wannKloy.s, prutr. linn, which In one iew must Iwasauni'd In tilt, iiiiipii.l ami b'.nnful triune of demnc-rand nf rood shoes, and to as many of lime u Tiil-nr- . ! I feel as If I en. y ii veil dotted with imiloft to lot the pi tnclplrs announced In IWI and IMH. has Ihn wlfn of any manufacturer Hut there ainmm fri. ad In Ihn mi tell those on tho wearers fucu nuJ frlemla in.nj i.f llum i ron .1 u well aa and eiemplllled tUerru) McKinlcy legislation are many of our fanners and farmers' wires in Hut in addition I hi frl'id. r.f there Is contained the this country who bate almost none of these find soernlnent, the ttrt'U. tl Mierty ibe fiielida tf enual followlnf curious pruVl.lon, which I wlhrraJ .thiols. I will po further and aay that I see no frlind. il A 'KiU'vT.U'v ot cnrUinnte of nine I ttirbtn, t.f taiatlon. of liberal l.n..-l- n A 'That on all Imports coming Ibto compi lilloii reason why a farmer', wlfo and daughter, alio latest discovery near IliUsboro, with tho product of American labor th.ra should not Indulge In the luxurlra of life, and I wonl. (ho frirnda of irue unadultera'-- d nd I am not bnmliidful ef rbould be lefltd duties equal to the difference ' repel with Indignation the arrogance of proles-betwee- n .. .11. aenei.Hicdir.iiKroc-- y wage, abruad and at homo ' What are i HonUu which Heals Ibcae things aa necessary cb'if ,w sttnBaTiaBwUs,iw.ai iiL.M.fciMivkUH Ihe Uit tlwt, tturluK Bir'nilm 'rvlc uu.UmiUi.d by lula la Ulut.ndrtt I for Ibe manufacturer', wlfe-sn- d d.ughters, Lwutwl'k enrnivni irom October m to Novum-torf- .. eaetsiMTwoi tln.ki.tr, lnyrftuial retWr,i of ifce Ib.tua Urlff renresentlns clau.ol dllferenn'i In I but as alnfut cilraraeancc. for the farmer'. Ui the tlrlitwrai. cf T.mm.ny halt niot iNena.nl (baraolrr, nd I ttieerfn'iy nd wagi. Is to te the measure and rtlrnt of thall family cnlrf.illy tiViKjwleiIim tli fact that It' rre protection which the republican parly faroraJ M uutli:ii rotiplos In Norway tires prlvl-IrjftUt thr.r ttlnrs come In floods' If they will, . shareof to ride on railroad tit n fare nml kiiiniif try staunctie.t ttipiir1ern dur .;: If not what Is Ih. elicit to be given to tothis and let tho farmer's family get tholr come be ihr flood of romforts luifular plankf Is the platform of 1W! that iieiiixl from tho hietnoratif rn They cannot in u hiiir. M lw nslderrd as dlflerent from those of la and without furnlahlng lusUntly a larger maRet to Ihe lust orcaalon, wbei, o,c If ll I. to be. Clonal rul 'o mean exactly for Ihe farmer's produce and making Mn rich hits vast iindcx eloped cxi.il demorracy of the empire atale Iwmor' i me China of I lie MrKIn-leby the Increased asles from his farm Million nine twenty time moro than nil of with their I nmrldrncfl al Albany and ( ono. whal It whlibthen what law "Tti ilay be frral rrllane of lotel.lcr t t l. rot bs.ed upon any auch doc of Kurupearsare hunary while ourfranarlia 2'uropc. llilutl wbM rters of our nuou4! inner lc nne .p-c- t of tin situation ll look. are flllcl with food. Millions of tb'ro go half the ucen Chiiti m nrsj rarely seen In China. cuadliUies In tUI idiln ! upun the linii.n. if tl.e republican parly had Irccomo frightened naked while our warehouaes are crowded to tu be tolled l In orer the operations of the McKinlcy law and bursting with cotton which we cannot sell Any ehlid burn ilrfyi'nwl la ntanee put lnkrll whtiti tm illy under Ihe auspice of the mar"' eet feared a renewal ct the upular verdict of Ins) Many of our American farmers nnl ll.elrfaml to dentil. for thi winter, hall, which in rxvnl nnnultand truce lial aojght to reirral from lies nrn lusufflclently clothi-orranteailon nf Tm: Mrtlej of U'aahlnj-tn-n j while theae aamo Kurnpeani lays claln. vrra haa kaewn no aueh word as defeat ni to the ultra position heretofore taken by IL are ready and We ak of thn eminent authority of this law, I eager to send us clothing and otaer cnm'orla In lo .00 I u Him voter, wlillo Oregon whleb all new turned ami upon .hub air that the Oov McKlnley himself, what be dealrcs Ihn ! rschange for our food and cetb a. Itusojien cstrlufiK- - are realereiL It la boasts of (M. n lo understand by this plank, and make the the firmer Drit ratlomil elrcllons It if "AllvirkeAjr" In Peniiaylvniiin, w.yiow'n auie tliclioas In la s'nc ma win Amerl-a- was adopted by Ibe Minneapolis conren- - j our ports the corn which trade. local and be cannot eat and tho in which .end out "Allvphany" In Vlrgtitlnnad "Allcifnio'' I lerylbler e'ae, nnlhlnr aureeeite like a ece-lion ib bla preaer.e and The question cotton which he cannot use rectlting le ex. Ja .v'rvv York. which I put, and which Ibe dealre lo change clothing for tJmse f and family free of jreonal dii,sMtii ThiiM'Hiii bare Tin: olileet church in America Is that ineai.or l'i aiiae indliUira of their r Uar ef (besoUnt, la, what Is the client and m'siure lumber w lib which to bull I a better b.me. ands would nt, ur protectiou tn which the republican party allot the cumlorts and at least some of the if .Sui Mtgul. In Santa IV, 5. M. It rho it aar not l,i n nneiinatMl. platform of 18." Our re (be teurary defeat of their n .. ly ataktla ple.l;ed of llfr Or If Ih'ro la any farmer who tmllt In opimrnta arc diligently aetking toallenals the doea not want to Indulr In luxurtrs, and pre I. lire In reyret thrtr action and to from thn democratic party Wvi tlt.AM, of Norw.ilk, CL, wax OlWrull It la for that lrly to n cwin ike urg ,ud laboring fers to bo rigidly ecoromlcal, there are pltnty The republicans appeal to the workmen with of Americans who win lakn iheae things and nciirly killed a short ttuiu ago tiy Wing thaiI has been aawbwty awl fuultshly 1ml ' would emtraror by i trry hoour.Me m'.na Ue falae and specious plea ihil the democraUo glte blm high prices la cosh for hts wh'at and stung l.y hornet. parly proposes to reduie the tarl"! upon man-- 1 corn, which he can put In tbo bank or lend at to bend up the it. nnsrai.e riv and mav-- it TllLMK U one Chin cm, one Portuguese msnufacturrrs cannot Interest l.vlmible la tie tily, utile awl aatioa I . U ufacturea ao low that to Intel a irsnal "Wemusthsve build tnedrwi nml nne (JieniUee printed hi uelparty. apwould aeek fly, bat nut for a r.i afford w pay the proem rate of wages thai the will have, such a and I hcllcvn thatwesreedlly know welt enough I reduction ot Ihe tariff tax at le '.y Kcenl orkluf men tldory the Uultird tansies. largely upon the will let doan the bars to Ihe payn'en by for qurrlain ..f waires dr-ni hut fi r a deea4e I weeld mete ll ts A l ('reek irlrle are dreia-va-d In white, ilnl all merlbirtem denxKratle cnildal' ti . matter of the supply and demand of libor etgnir. for riur farm productions and allow Ihe Wnrhlugmna know thai In tplte of tbo American farmer to sell In evrrvparlof tho Uk ilimnmilr Men,. The nwr ' odo'wl gowla Wing regarded a of atatlalicians and our doctored world, taking In iwjment whaletrr the people uf laarty tnAnairenient bate nut4e your ervai a n maiden. and Ihe uneorrotorated asaer-iloti.enllik.la-U- c with whom hn trades havo to pay with. We Uoa eei'e, A. Inceirodinia metal, whldi U JIVo clble i la kliort,tloreebsre mad New ami ana HBsua n turna there has ten must, and 1 believe that wr aron wilt In this iwnpajwrs, Vara illy the) m ln rory lianl, U untilu by Niiiiilnnmt-tni- r the very i:ibralUr f the atmeerMy of it ao yeaeral lacrraie of wais under the McKlna foreign market fur twice ai manner sct-urley Ma much as we now Mil and thus brlngadrgrieol ceaatry nickel with MeuL prot-rIt- y ( 'What ahall I say ef the democratic ran TU. '.zz.z lo thn American farmer such as b the esrti.a ni..ntia Tiik hUiN IndiauH harr opeunl their fleselawl anil Metcr.auur mrj U,'m lf i.cvcr yrharnly i"n-.- l qucilon wa. Vli.t ilaHce nml Intimate u ynrnlni lane In ibe w aeat never more No one on. i to the JrCeraonlan standard i.f fitness, both bate ta"It Is my Judgement that, by opening foreign eempakm than for homo nhite blpfML I.. ,,,,ltislM lo the altitude whlib It been satisfactorily trsteJ In Ibe public renlce, market (o our farm pnxbicts, the abolition ot re Tin. annual toWeo report ft.r Vlr epec'.lsi-l- askuatn. lloth br 11.1 la a tar " j( and boih rtpireent Ue chertahedareprinciples of the protective tariff would now. as It dbl In oampalgu and of nollras our cause a in yourpaity In thla Ki.prealdenl Cleri entitled to 1144,cents on .crmantnl advance wheat, IJ than jrlnia ahoh h tailing oft fr.nn the trimv fliKri ti r ' the nrtnOpul rleaue iw- -l ) every bust-e- l suffrages laud needs of Tk for tl .Mppnri 4 the mteraaieni ut'Uuna of the pro ions year. nn ruliayy al my bands Ills Ufa and public on evtry bu-h- il of corn, and S cr ?l cents on demtNr4lii soty Ibi re" atttps anil An in Inu ore from mw luitu on tbe mlh t'm no iiuar or larrer urtS i..'ild Mrvn-- are familiar In the people. Ills admin every pound of cotton which could poslb)y bo i Uopneeal b fur latralloB dignified, hoficat amiable hassvfclr grown In this country lhaa may 1st Idu of ("utift U W.luj h.nrfe.1 at I'hiln-Irlphlitb.Mod the snu)ar crtllil.ni. has paased "And It Is my f urlher Judgment that this proj. rueh whlie the rrptihilean iwrtr Thfc. h a new trail rnea further and Uwiala tlul tl la Ihn rhTdi and Ik to history and reflected credit upon Ibe mun- - perlty of the farmer would not only do no Injury I hi: r,( Slmn hat the Mnallrit llutr il tl. tr,,rrnliinl Id lD,iMi. .uii ) urr trr Ills reelection will not only ! a publlo whatever to the mechanic aud the art'saus la Ulumpli. but It will alao be the TlndloatioD of the prnltctcd Industries, but, on the U fret j el on a titled "OWMiH. Hlie iliitieaa uwv bedrainwt r.wpeUtloa with dorwalk adiwirtes fin. to I r tirlurlple. and Ihe (rlumpti ef tho demo-H- t contrary thnlll would tvsull In nn Increase of rnri one aid a half In wagrs and that It would set the whe Is ot Induscralir jatriy i iler.v if delretl. of aba luix peoMMu. u f Dlrii uro mi pertntltiil uroaml Mldil-innunipart of Important Intolted In "Ihe IniworUUfta Our d,riaall Ihe w.' no.lt election la that preernlisl Isauo the iirojioaed thla try II motion11 throughut every stimulate the land, by our carllrynnd Ibis Mich., that they hare to be ertn-aa- a by whuh Ibej ws. the l.i. paMleaa teal, rat ebctien but olherwlae knuwn rying trade andwould onceto our rightful posirestore tm fiir prWate purioae. the ayatein of i i..ts Mailed out of tliu turnip tlehlii. - tion as ono of the chief commercial nations of Ilea. Wr nMs't tit. ai st ILe Ihreehold . ' tl.e aa tue ium.imiiionTi.in n rcpuunian i.uiA Au4lruMnn llnaneler who m resa sboubl ensue as tho result of the pending the world. Kor the prosjierlty of the farmer d'arn.skJi nf thla qneetlon alxl failol fur tTM.OOO oiler hi. rr.Milon their aj.it an of pnilerlloa sieiales dscbite that i a rrallt), lit a at the basis of all our national Industries: Ihst measure wouUI the n t if everybody i'!ii-tWt- li with all lis dire and unfortunate conacquriiei s. und when Iho farmer ts of n wul on the ilvllar. bel (be ii ttrr t the federal csmatllulkM it at their Is bow brie In lie ' n 1 No prediction can la-- safely made as to the ex proaprrs with him. Yery truly your, fait Tm, next tWepbonie feal will prob-al'lj- f I "the retmtltutlna auy expnes "lloinc'K lions." r ug tent to whlib fial rat supervision oirr our stair Ihe iieottalo. I the roaueethin of New York reavrrta puer to protect private ladaWr . ty elections may ta Intnkcd, If any extension shall To Thorn a i O Shearman. do not dla now la, pcrinttteiL Our opponent e tu! IxhhIoii hy u tiej4H MtaUsasat tbeaw- - ot Ihewholr The Old fry of llngora. Ha puss very much tbls Issue, but seek to evade and "M ire. nt be Ikxhaty tnml.e4. In rs--r St. thn cautious utser brnorelL Is'otwtthaundlr OMaasloa Ua matter of Oae Tlir thinness ymliivt-wt-cnnniTim pmfeeenr of the Ann Attar I. the eonvektlna of the, whlrb frwiii-- isturn ancraofMr llarriaon and the rellreneo of Iho far reported Is tho republican Mnte-ine- nt the (Midi.) tmivrmlty hnio had tholr PsUrftl inejatii.tlloo. priipoaiUon was made to riuerallty of Ihe republican orators, the repubthat the democrats arc colonizing lican lavrty cannot eacajirln (his campaign Ihe roan ti,'r snm ,nre ihe tower Mlarlea all rnkxtil from tWO to fMh) by negroes in New York city for the pur-jxaulaiturir In fiusatirrrul rrgu at i n uud It rrsponailjllii) of this measure ami Ihe cviiio-qurnetha ivfrenta, of voting tho democratic ticket. which Its advocacy necessarily rnlatls "Ifil" la Important es. me from BSiT)ectel y makes ltir This lie is got up holely to drnvv attenSouiH'iiM claim "This nue alone that nn electric hi. h it mav i. furly unt.-- that It w .snot the routh so'i.1 foe the democratic party Tbey are IkUBlH'ki ft', frmenuf the coatUti.tion thai lliiullai.tandtMkmirediu India, which enn-tion from the colonization scheme of -- ' natura' y t.pinnl to such a law lis ei ta- - u.ted with Ihe power toakl v ill Inllufiica ii mniruetle needle t enty tho rennvlvania ro. w,.ii !laa blow aimed dlrtctly at them Dave Martin, prtsa'e Iti.'iiaii . al theritwn.e ef th. d rights at scnltiwng, who) "ItstKu.il . br forgotten Hut there bad and their homes at (heir iberlsbetl peace and pooler and Tiiic cry of n ywnir wnl hen ntraiHi. tern a f. 'io ,t - oppoaltliin to the ail plloa of thrlr cherished prlnrtpiea at their was sent to New York to nitl In steal(1 Thn south will not only to solid ing that state for the republicans but Ihe V dial L.tiaUlutioa and that a Biajerlty of security or about to ta iilUwhe.l imtible to tlulr ratIB agalnal the tone b.ll. II w I lie aolld against un tbralitre In cor. un n.g. that of n child in ditUuM, anil lean callna aaerVMufa amen.lluenl Intraaled to fortunately was detected by tho demofrilcrtl rraaonuble tariff bi.rdrns, llow from lt eyev of every chaiarter. against an crats. Martin's successful efforts In tne swer yrantetl t.i the featerat reatrlcle.1 currency for Ihn lirnrllt republican repeating lu l'ltlladclphia A CHL'TI., mraiirln thrrejuartem of (nrrriiuieiit au I ralpe-as safrguanla airalnat plutocracy a mile In length, in the lfflrinf imp Ik,. daiiffera appr in n lr.1 Irian u.e lowers of Ibe rUh soiid against inont.iioly In favor of and keeping out of thu penitentiary It will be solid ...n-t- il jlk.ii l at Clifton, Ore., U ilcwrilnol ae ono of framed la a. rla-ln- i.b.ii' or notwhich wrro and republicanism tree and bourn t elections, commended him ao highly to the naaafr.y dr good guvcrainrnt, ta. rrtsrJ.it the lonTt in the world republican Cm-d Ihr amen tnt. i ia in iursll awasoneef hums rule, tana reform, honest money, wider tional sent to New committed thatho ha liberty and xvns A U York, ivliero teacher at Ti'poka, Kan., lw moat ttr.piTt.iTil of tbran, a ad of all the markets, freer commerce, jwrsonal . loge.her, conMltule Die lemocrallc government liim tautrht now Industriously laboring In the Inthere for twenlytwo imendHieata. Mheu el "I believe ibalatargu inajorltyot thec'.ectors lle oenatit .Hun a.uaf At..U porilun Tho repubyear.. It U wild, mi1hmU ever hnrlu of thla country are In tator nf thn principles of terests of Mr. Harrison "ll Is tne that tariff bills rat!, t and iiitftMtl a day'. atundanru. )srty a. 'pt.lrrtlsi roewsurra . hate allien the demoentlr York, ss If Ihe conteat Is lobe licans are. crying "Stop thief!" to cover now seems likely, lei their own thieving. Cleveland PlaJn A Klnv'nian county ih'an) farmer llv twra sw.el at t annua petindaof ir hlaiiiry, decided by New 1 tnuriph Ino hmplie Dealer. Inif In UiMMiIrr tounthip pnxlueed n tail la acme of ihrm ban thrlr au . rsdarcd to ' It an overwl.eltnliu: inm-ra- i to uo nis uuiy slate experts every hi aay iireemlile, prnl.iun atalrmrnt tnaerl piiinphin UiL kOHson uliicli weijjlH'il trues which II might appear tha' pnilrs,llon The rauae l worthy u tne support lrl.lt Iteapnu.e to lllnlne'a lllarney. rirry iiln'ty-n- i We conceive it to be tho meanest, and one-ha- lf iKiiiuda. and direct pi.ri.r ot them (sitrlol wtio lotrs bis country and deslrrs lo sre wa. ihr iule prri'luatet and main, most wanton insult to Irish muiihooil a aiislw .1 r .rt by our Its free Institutions a klaraya A JCImik nt the lloltou (Knvl fair fhere e detnind are r .lurstlen al talnrd Ibe reforms which aiol.l atneo the time of tho tiwanled the llnt premium on Hubbard eppnmnu to caa Lr thi prin-tua pro-t- i necrasary for the safely und pnierity of tho ever attempted little i,.uit mat laswlh'ri e readopt the cxprrsaite language "sotiper.s," Then the poor father win Mii.hea to cow puuipMii nml wui pure and amp. pmild hot rrpuluk tne .i,n-..iplatform of tf7o, led to the house of recantation to ro ' n wllh the of the national democratic promptly Urtsl by the committee. rtaud the tr-- l ..f iiluial r il. under which Samuel J Tilden was electel for nounce his principles in order to obTlll.Mi. in n llchnew Illlilo in the li- n.pr. aae eourl uf Ih.- - United Ma' aa at IUersa lb prrstdr ncy Id form can only be had b) a tain soup to keep his children from r. nadtut.d Tm omoeratu brary of the Vatican for which J10S,(Hk) au-- l clvtc revolution. We demand a change ttiat r. , t.llenn ba )ia licen refined. It i the aa it Is i ipnunded tt u- - advotalea of syeletn a t buiige of administration, a chvngo starving to death. Blaine nnd Harriof parties, that we may hate a rbvnge of measf n. measures son call iisoti us to renounce our politmeat valuabUi book in tho uorld. and rseiupline.) m ihe detail ' tare) ical principles iu order to keep I'ntrlclf An IntcmtitliiK addition lina been talUiongk BrtfuUyotceacealrd Irrsn Iihelr letter, ures and ot men ap.rlt. If n. Ihe Im la vkslai .in lo Kg.iti In a fat ntllce, nnd Pord, Klrwan innihi to the mineml cabinet at llur-Mi- ef the rtaaatl lu lion aaIhe bow a'awta TRUE TARIFF REFORM. It A. Co. in fat contracts nnd pickings. coiImi in diamoml-learii- i ' We base ti.ithliig to conceal, tii'iiilBg to dla. meteo-lit- e Holes Oitlline. the 1'osltlon nf the What dothcy take lis foi? Itwsas saldof yo'ar. nothlns' to retract r dn not bcline ftov. recently iIUoovomh! In Ailona. llemoeraey that tl. Irue ilHory of eur gini.timenl ever ono poor fellow who went through tho Tin: lord lieutenant of Irxl.iiul When Thomas (5 Slienrmnn, the n piternal pen-- rt cukliroilaied that ll sbwuld I, form of recantation In Ireland to savo rchcH a mlury of f 1 OS, 000 a year, but urn. nl. having the power to ' id up one noted taniT reform ndvocato of New the cxpeiikes of tho pot are mi ureal man a biialnees at iheesacase i.f j tbrr We York, was In Iowa last week making his starving family from death that ns since that only a rich mail ran utTurd to All It brllrre thut aIhr nlllutn"i. si i stnto he entered tho place of ceremony ho of (5ml Almighty, that the itpecches to the farmers of the Chica- cried: "Oh, good-by- , A iooti'AII as lately nrroatsd In n Ihe awirudnv-nt(Jov. Holes was in Missouri und tcrrlant for r of lasatkia l.oulil enl) Hungarian town, and ulth him n lenr Ihe p.irsae expteaal) aiacifl. d I'ereln, and go, consequently they tl Id not havo n until tho potatoes grow " Cntliollo r Intnv chance to meet and exchange views. Sunday L'nion. that he had tamed ami taught to t;nip-p'- c for nnethir The first lurlff il uaabyMr Mail son and It Mr Mie.irnian, thcrefoie, addressed n with podoilri.ini nhoni ho dekirod ductal Into rongrcsaonly I'alil l.rKlslallon. camtalm I no coin and was for revenue It in announced with every appear-unc- o li rob. tuerri.il rrgri lallona lor protect nn Mr Madi- letter to tiov. Holes, in which he dwelt of truth that tho republican manTiiRulfu of the trenurorof ihm'II-l.noi- son outr aoiight, and aoiuihl un.br he taxing at s.01110 length upon tho protective) eorporiitiou In I'hiladelphin linn clause, t.i bring such a aura of moi y Into Iho tarill ns it alTccts tho western farmer. agers nro raising n campaign fund of Imlr uhlcli U slxty-thrc- e Inchon in inaaury aa thr wanta of the i;o. aniiirnl mado tha two million dollars from tho bcnellcinr-Ie- s an majority To this letter tho governor length, an inch or two longer than kiui uf t.b" li.t when of the tariff for "tho protection of mineyby following Interesting reply: Uuiiae wlkbrd lo obtain th Li tall. Drs Moists, la , Oct. i'l My Dear Sir American labor." It is Incidentally adtllnii Miruugtmrulanf ilrlall tin rihecom-nu Your letter of the 17th Inst has greatly Inter-ratt- tl stated that much of this sum w ill bo l. I li and loi rcdil .li.ir.I.KM hah been enjoying n boom duties, riauar- U Iter m'i. at Ions ef there, he even tin', und confirms by lis statistic iinvhlbloon ucio and free trail' kluco thoroinpletlniiof tho railroad that more strongly thin I bad extectrtl the opinion "spent in New York." What does this acqulear,! It v ith InlTii. (Irer ()0 holies, "The tleinorritia ciintt nllun la that congrft". which I had formed without a cloro study of de- menn but a txholesnlo system of corholeln, stores nnd roelilcnccK been under tbi'cxpresseil jwner to levy ail collett tails. ruption? legislation Is sold to the "The simple fact that the. exports of American trusts und protected manufacturers In t.tra. etc., ta tmly riBainerei toobtam ntid Ss erected. money, but not to rxcliHle I tiairls u farm products Increased iltty per rent, within return for money to lxi used In deprotirbile A Wamiinotiiv iltvlmon that enli r to pn tent Iheublnlalngot relet, n What nne year nflrr Ihn adoption of Ihe tevrnue tariff ,,r 1st il.nt they doubled within rluht vcars bauching elections and corrupting vot tho i.ottn portniit in voliiinlnix wl. i U lonfrcna uuit do iii.iii-- i im. n ers. The political evils oi our ini'iuu-ou- s tlrcl) distil. 1 f i fin what It mill utidrr ihe pirn and Irrbltd within fourteen j cars (.ill this for the souvenir half dollar Ik ",m rate of Inrrense which has never Ken tariff system nre even worse than KioteMpw dlljfy" of tho reat irs to rcami ite commerce with fnrclrn i itlons tsjualisl slnic) Is conclusive pnxifof "During Ibe preatnliainpnb'iiiiiirppponrnts It thn economic evils it ptodiiccs. lienoese sailor In tbi-liitUlrssness hate even vetn.ired to tbo Immense ndtantago wlilch ts nmferrul bj a Talk has always been quoted ns cluim th ii 'Old liukorv' himself, fli n xndrew pun ly rrvriiim tariff usin Iho American farmer makes inerchniidiso of legislation and 'Our pnilictloulst friends roiislantlvilrtlare a merccnury clonk of patriotism, and cheap, but try It over the telephone J.nkaen. iimr lorreil Inp imIIC) of pudrcllon not fur theory that 11. i ) If he from New York to Chicago for live min- stugr.ett r did so It must hate been In the early If we met care only for fact andground ot fads, debases every form of political action, Ilii in on Iho simple of tin. lounlry'H history whin mtit Tresiio (Oil.) Expositor. utes and nothing less than nine dollarn tlnii was f. til j sought us u tinipi.rary i vpiilirnt Ihn proof thai revenue tnrllts bring prosperity hcttlcs tho bill. Cerultily bis I tier public uttirunci- -. w re nil to tbo American farmers brjond any elbcra Throughout tint country districts of Hut sun To oiil AIN' tho pressure of water to U)sm the ullur side lie said In Ms far. art) ad- would tie concluslre. to I am glad thtl fact, this state the tide is with iho demothe rraann for Ihe Atarlff high JulUie, have rallril attention the sijuaro inch in auv pipe, multiply dress loblsiiiuntrymen prutrollon,of hastrtcrrtl ns well us to the fact Itself Ills perfectly dear crats. The republicans do not haven ili'sljtifil for iorietu.il the urea of the into by the height of tutu the Ulluds of lul few n! our aKs-tnei- i that Kuropr cannot possibly buy our farm prod monopoly of the apathy, but they havo Tl.e most ttiej hate unt Mlcd nets unless P.uropean comlsuro uccrpled, cither moro than their full share of it. Tho the Until in feet and the product b- - tho by us or by uthir prople to whom we are In Is a irniiiiraiy ncM"nlsl and general W'lght of n eublo foot of the It n it 1. pajmrnt for these pnstuits Kvrry reports of trained political observers Japan World's fair commissioner's pnilrctlmi Hi It up-j- It, Ihslodesign to . 'led itchtnl, Inwhich Is thrown In the nay of tint im sent out by the leading independent au ( itrntagant revenue mid 'Uh obstacle burden Is.rlatlnn of foreign merchandise deprive our newspapers of tills city eoiitlriu those II e (isiiioiulcat wants of '' Jt Just iirrhed, my that their cvhlhlt taxes farmers of so much custom for their wheat, of the representatives of' the demoIII- villi weigh over 2,0m) tons and huwoith I rnmrtit Is nut et abatidomsl. The un corn and rntlon I'm t tuners will not and can-no- t rlitrnu ulititt bate combined togethi t Mhev will aliuiv samover f 1,000,4)00. It only remains for tlm cratic papers send us thrlr prtsluel without ,i beitty tariff and to an ples of art never before seen In this lug i'treusury are too strong pimtitiehate o, p.iyinnt in our product, mid morn than linen tlemoonitio- slate organization to see to unit country. fourths of our pijinrnts for Imported gissls ure il that county ami town committees do 1S.ul sUtko to suricuiti-- the (iiutest Tin A l')..Ml tire which whs set by (!ov, 1 itlons and nrttllhy Itiilltldu.tlH who "' ' " made in Ihlnga which ure ralurd bv the farmer their utmost to register and gut out a .iKr.l lu l.irsi'- manufacturing eslablb it. "is of theweat und south. Kvery llOJ.OiO.t"") worth John I'ndlcott In lo:;o Is Mill Mnudiug ot foielgn gisHls whlib ts .but out by a protrc full deiiiocratlo vote, ami the victory He ih aire a tilgti tiirlff In Ilii trait., their gain ncur Diuncrspoi t, Mas. It blossoms signing iwlitli'luiis win supiHirt II toco late live lurlff inr.ms flui.un.uDof (usbiustomris will be won, X, Y. World. freely, although Wi yearn old, but the their fatnr and tuobtula the menus ef lost to American prodmir Additional facts as to 1'iesldeiit Cleveof American farm "Tint Increase of fruit, liliomostof the pears of that date, cxh ndlturr ' land's action upon (tension bills show a lb of poor iiiallty. "To epiaise this cot. .piracy of sill i and pr. "bit Is w huh ha taken plain during the l.ia posit nf this fait Ills due to nn Iolurtlaan i..... miuii'h i inn, ' ineiuulug lull rests, Is lo longer Imaglni.l , If 'it a yiarts nf ltiiiri.itlons which has Ul.ni plicoln conscientious rcgaid for duty and it i. onu oi .!.. ioiiisioeit ...I tnrc rt in reality, the siwUl mission tie nian' generous tlisiositiim tovvurds the solIs lo ta placed whlili 1m to ilimocrulle isirly ot spile of nil theifforts of 1 rotidlunlsls tukirp water wheel Tho pun i nf them nut 1 bis Increase if Imports has been diers, lien, Sickles was light In saving have the ileinoi rutli- urly on the turlff nursli run l.b'iO rexolutlous a mliiuteund I only ta nrllclrs uhlih they were loiflprllfd to at ITtlva, four years ngo, that republicn kpevd at Us periphery of lo,h0." feet 1 J.I ii uud simple that rtiry schooltiot m Tim detnoirutlo ptrty propir'-- re let In free of duty In order to retain high taxes an critics uuglit to "hang their heads per minute. A gi cater head of water Mslon of Impoit duties. II ilois tot fr.iiwc upon giwds competing with tho pruteitlons ot In shame" in view of the actual facts of 1'ica sugar and free favored muiiufacturir thun has over lieforo bucn iippucil lo n Hie ileairucllunof the tariff, built I hides, which Ihr republic in platform ot ISM did I'lesltleiit Cleveland's record upon penrlinply a inoilltliiilloii of It wheel will be used. sions. N. Y. Win Id. "We li.ne nut adwicnlial ami un nut k,iv, He not fucr- - preftrrlngfrce rfhtskyutid lubxrvo i wire torctd ujioa irltictnnt party Till' following Males and territories free trailr, iHciiuaii the i.u.ik n t but o,h by The stock lu trade of the protectionniilldo presaute, havu isuns lu iu in inagrrs forbid nianluges botween whltus mil eiiuea fur ItsKiipiKirt The cry ct fnc trait" uro paid fur blael.s: AliilMiua, Al'lonii, Arlcuisa, IuIhii.i ugalualus b) our adteraurles Is ..false, gretilly liicrrvsisl ijuintlties uud nut gltd lint ists In Issi consisted of promises of I produ.ns by AmiH'lean farm mulisi.ll UK mid Irreb'tutit nne, bui it de the McKlnley bill would do. If California, lolorado, Dflawniv, Horlda, ivl lo nn Ibnt wr what nun Wudniiamt tu " ti' Inn u tree raw ajgar, uuJ I ln an Inventory of tho iitarts. In the shape shall kirp II free (leoi.'i.t, Idaho, Indiana, Ivcutuelcy, ilui Hon or alsilltlen of diitlea itjio'i the in . prodi'd, utr Maryland, Mltallppl, Missouri, Nova-da- , rlrs of life, ut tutor frro raw Inuta ilui. ui J lu "but scarcely any ot tour farm mor tiulrs of iitilreiiieit pledges were How taken, ruduelinr tin." paid of protection would be found Ni rth I'nrollnti, Oregon, South Ctus theiiiani.farltiriai wider inarksls for our p1"""'' takebbv Ibeiuunlrns uy fur these gmil, b h ,n luai.i'at. s nu uud i.iifiti. A I buut lo bit bulikitip', (ulna, li'iinci.h'e, Tc.mis, I'tu.'i, Virginia lloiiaalsl Ibe Iiiihs.iiiui nl goteriiinciit tending out vthrai, cnin mid lulbiii lu l'tiru;x-- , rulialHli ut with iiiene. its uf nlul West Virfluhi, "Wu dcuwuuie ttpubllctu ptulntluo ai a aiidKurofu icmls lis inanufaituuj to t'gba, Anfus DOCTUINB. Tnr smallest ten fj IMpr-Klcieria-,X- ADIiAI'S IiETTEH. A island ou iccorxl li STATE NEWS. n Democratic Candidate for Vico Pre V i lueni Accepts. Ono Hundred i Thousand Dollars for a Horse. - lr, limits' Hauliers Silt. In I mi Unit Are I lireHtrneil by I'orte lllll Tho Curro.ily. Method. Soured In Ncnllitug Slrtrnaun Win. l, 1 1 oran Nuiv In lliirnos Ayrra, Hut Will lio llrutight to t'lillfornla. JIrl)oin.uj;li, it Cnllfnrnli Capitalthr ritrehaeer The tlrrat Ilnce 'lll! R.xs l'ltAsclsco, Xov. 1. Wm, O. It, MucDonough, a cnpltulist of thLs city, lwrtuscccptnnco lo tho president of has cabled tho sum of 150,000 to tho llothschlhls, London, to be held by tWWinal democratic convention: them subject to the order of tho Tatter-sail- s CilAni.tsTort, IV. Vn , Oct , lW. in payment for the great stallion .lion. William I Wlltvn, Chairman, a, Ormonde, tho peer of the I'ngllsh turf, la the presence of twenty thousand which MauDonough has purchased. Oriryruto, I accipled the honor con- mo ny tho convention over which monde wan bred by tho Uuko of West-id, I promised to Indicate by letter, nstcr In It-- J, but Is now owned nt formal manner, my acceptance of the Hueiios Ayres. MncDoiiotigh will have n tendered mo by the aseembled rep- - the horse brought to California and erof the democratic parly ot the s ,,aj-;a- .) Iktp. .iT CTJ-- . . ??'!v"LI;sto.v;, W. Yn., Oct .11. Adlal SttTrsfTon, ileinocratlo candidate for tho vfcttpVkjMcncy, hits sent the following IIaihiv Ct.AV, colored, In nn nllercn-tiowith a white man named Jackson Ovor Five Thw-wnVisltora of nt Hbpkliisvllle, cut tho latter with Noto, MxcAara of Dologntoa Tf lie may die. lt- M t Joiida.v Moom:, a respected nnd well I'rom Uie.rrotwtsvnt.Counlrles of llnrop. to do farmer, was thrown from his horro i inures or tier. and tlte wlillo leaving Klkton, tho other night many FnrsantagA.; Ilnmagn Cere- and Instantly killed. Tho fall brok "Urge rroceulon, moiiy"B(l T his neck nnd crushed his head. ivl- John Mii.tox Kinoslky, of Cartel IlKnt.lN, Not. attend- county, aged 70, has been married seven ed with tiBtMual ptcndor markcil Montimes, aud is tho father of Ixty-o- n aeU!tfcm of tho Luthernn children, all but ten of whom aro nllrl day the IeinoriaJ'iIwIi1'lt Wittenberg, nnd and mnrrleil Tho youngest child il the rwioraVHes o wnrcn ai mo expense but a few weeks old, of Empcretf," ttiuiia lias Juxt liecn com Maiiv II. HoTvma, was HrJ onsand visitors of appointed postmistress the other day plctcd. at America. ie delegates from county, vice 0. W. I'ults, resigned. Lee note, ozet of Kurope nnd theProt Tiik post ofllco nt Wecden, Estill of (Jcrmanr. ara county, w 111 be discontinued the I'rot after Octo halittlotown. Tha Wr31. belngent rte personal rep- duke oIsj llKMnY YVfcAST. xvho went to.Loula- - ? tho "","trr"-iiiM-"iririVrT'- J ya. ' " ""to ' ' A ), fr .. l.eiatil rn iitr lt u.v irir. i.pn nrwpujr fr !ttrrs pirje. reii mh liu nraar) .rr inl Jut j".ci' tiLn gteterlgij t.i..ert UTuallyln Iho discussion, before tbo Wany itatescf the tnlon, of tbo Ivsucs eirrpia-Vxt- d by ite convention and represented by ersrcpnnVJatc for president, UroverCIct eland O iwrlunllj- - has thus been denlol me lo nrlto 1 actild tkc the more formal an. with thocatc ir promK-- ti your ccmwlttce. The full of nubi.e questions commonly frctu a candidate for has Urn rindercdUss Invernllvcby lh complete presentation of the crctd by tha with vrtom I f n tlcman as a (andidttt hate the houor to Ik) on the national ticket. Ills treatment ct iho itsur. now before th country for dlsrusekn s,d settlement was so complete that I tan do lit. c more than Indorse his position and iv c It the ainphaal of my approval ' Tbo preatt st power conlrisd upon human rovcrumnlllhat of tsiatliT.AIl tbecrentest Urupgles of the past for a sroadcr political liberty have looted toward it limitation of this jsiwrr of right to lax, i right vvhli-rhould always t limited by Ihr nertssltiesnf pcicrntncnt, und to benellls wL. h may be shared by ntl Wherever this peer Is used to draw tribute from tr.c mvny for tho bcxent of the few, cr when part tf the roplo are oppressed in crdcr that the remainder may prosper urdnly, (quality is lost sight ot, injustice hardens Into precedent, which m uacd lo excuse ecu exactions, and there aril artificial distinction which tbo benillclarlesmn lo look upon In duo llmo as vested r'rots, sacn-to themnlves, ' Il ts plain thit our preacnt Inequitable tyi-teof tariff taxation has promised ihe growth of such condition In our land, favorel theirs. It has been by an Industrious nnd citcrprUiug ptople, a friendly climate, u productive soil utd and the highest deve'orment nf political Ilbcrlv I f the benetlclarlca ct this system shall tie abl- to add a new tenure ef power to those iner have already eDjoyed, the development of tb.es ttnftvorabte conditions mut continue until the lower to tax w 11 bo loiljrd In those whoar--. w lllng and able to pay for thr pcrisHiutlon f prirllegea orlzinally rnnfrrrid by a confiding people for tbo prcaervutlon tnvioisto oi their oungovcrnmrnt. There Is r.o longer preteh or eituac for (be malntenanrc of wur lorUrTu times of peace, und more thin a qartrrota century nfler armed coullkt hsaer .ard The platform of the national di inner, t . u intion I e dunands tho reform of lh's sr--l. m adortlon In Its place cf nne vlb!. w I ii.rr muallty to all our people. I am In full and btarly accord with theso purixK-- . The convention nlo diclaml Itspos'tlnnnn th.' currency question In no unminnlar vordi when Itsald In It plvtform. 'Wehild 'o ibe us- - cf both gfld and sver os the stan lard money of the country, and !o the coinage of tx'h gold and silver, wthout nnlnst cither metal, or charge for mintage, but tb. dollar unit of rolnngeot both metals must U' ii enual intrinsic ana xinanceaMr v nue, ei lirrVusied throuch Interna tirnllasrct inrnt. or sarnrua res ot trjntiatlon us stivit trsure or the two metals and ihe eqeal tuc tr-npowrV of every dollar nl all times In Ih marl ts. and In the pijrrmt nf ib bl. and we kc pt at dfm. d 'hst al pal rr t urrrnry shall par vt th and ritlrrmablc In such coin "T IM plan ami unequivocal dec-- aratlrr In favor ot fn' l hunt si monev 1 ulscrlxsl or qualitlcttliu A sib wttbeut circuiting i. clium is ubaoluicly essintlal t.1 Ibe dect on ot the business Interc sts of our eout.'-y- , whi.e to the wage earner, cr the farm er, It sail Important that every dollar, whatever us f irm.thtt finds lis way Into his poctui, shall', nf iqual, unquestioned aud universally valuo and of equal excan.l ijl it. mi trn aa. re l' hao eptrt Jul t.ii. ,ii .; exrt "" iw 'Vrrv Heieclfully. AM ai i: STl.vn.ssos " A l.alr ut ( letrliinil. Cik.vii.anp, ()., Oct. :il The gale nl l'rlday night caused considerable d.itu-"gThe to shipping nt this port. is on shore ut the foot schooner of Dodge street uliuoit on theroeUsol he railroad embankment. Si's men nnd tho captain's wife were on board and were rescued. The woman lies in a rltlcnl condition. Tlio steel steamship Mnrnba went ashore Saturday morning m the Cleveland and Pittsburg railroad dock north of the I'liion depot. She Is broadside on and rests easy but If the gnle continues Is linhlo to suffer injury. she is already leaking. Tlio crew it mains nlKinrd, run drove r vote? Xicw Yonic, Ot, 31. Tlio republican leiulera nt tlio national headquarters nro (uestlouiug (trover Cleveland'i right to vote at the coming election. They are keeping tint matter very quiet, nml will not disclose their plana, but it is rumored that Mr. Cleveland will be i hallungetl If he nttempts to deposit hit ballot on Xoveinber b. The democratic presidential candidate resides ut 12 West l'lfty-llrs- t htreoUhoThirteeuth election district of tho Twentv-flrs- t nssembly, hut did not take up his resiihuiro then until after October 1J. which render it "legiil. under the thir'v dnv' feshleilK il llio I'l.iiisp, for linn la, vote'. o ili-ti- i.l the e'cctlon of repreenlatlvr. In con be bayonet Tun republican party c .t.crcaa, nnd by byll i.t- - tn the Kifty-tlra- t ' rm in lis late ntilnnal conventlor, Its l Ita:. r "lgetl tn tho paasagaof tilt bill That Itwt p. - ll when it lias the poaer.no sine man . .tnubt. To nil our people w ho desire their.t e i'id prosperity of our common councation is alt lmisirUttt. try, :. ". i . mr ttimlniitlou I have brrn In eight sf th ' uttiern and fOJthwtslern s ttesof tbo unto' .nd have talked with nun of ull olasie .l.tlons there. I found a general nml ind rro i. apprehension of evils wlilch It Isle-Jtv- r. would resi.lt from tho passage of tho Leal,, ul or similar threatened bg'slutlit. by northern ( fct t 'li" industrirs rstabll-he- d M pi i .. durlttf Mr. ('level uid's ndmlnlHintlon In a .an.ulahlnt? condition, tint the ltnmlri. tlon f iter and the Investiniiit of capital In. rllrcl '. those amies by Ihrlr thrn iieaccful con. Iltlrr nd In a largo measure ceased. Mil Torco tho of mactment The Into a law, while tl would threaten people, entiro the tiertlcs of Ihe uul irjoubledly retard the nati'rl.il growth cf ih states at whtch It la esirclally aimed, ou cite In many communities race troubles, ind v tn retaliatory legislation, which would ti property value and discontinue and de list itro 'he security of nortbern investments And is reflex action upon tho northern stales wot result In n consequent loss of commercial and 'rude relations with the vast territory now ben 'iitng tributary to their weaPh and prosper ty I say nothing now of the Inherent vlro and revolutionary spirit In. of ue vol- - nl In iho Lodg" bill, whloti was pronounced by n republican senator 'the mestinfamous that evei rro'setl thr threshold ot the senate' nnd 'I arpeal to Iho Instinct of to t' seuve of common Justice in Iho American pec e vl rclittlon commencing with the election ot Vr ( levrland In I'M should mil to Inttr-rup'ely thr Inauguration of i policy which e,nU to destroy popular representation nnd Ihn which furnlshts rorlty of local .n Instrument to dlacrrdltcd fedcral pow er lo itself, which seiks to keep alive Krpetuiite Jealousies nnd Mrlfe, w hlch threatens material lntirtsta, and which offers " scti"e r pati'iitlitii for II exislence except (he periMiialtnn tn power uf a political party wlilch has lost puhlu confidence. "I accept Iho nomination ti nderril me, and, rhould thr iictlon ot Ilia convention inre t the 'iprnal ut inj (otintr) men, wilt totlie best ot my ability, discharge w 1th fidelity the duties cl he Important trust confided to mr contr, gresa ,,r 1 1 a" large1- -. stable and among his yearlings nro many promising fllllca. Three brooel mares in nis possession aie especially noteworthy. I'lora, sister of Knvclo; Lady Marian, sister of St. John, and l'air Larlv. who from two untried and Indift, ferent sires produced ltermudunnd known everywhere in racing circles. The rumor of MaeDonough's offer and probablo purchase leaked out hero on Saturday, but was not generally credited, the price being tho largest power ever paid for a piece ot horsellesh, and 'he- - lt,e cf great moment In thr perd "A lngi.t'i's tsthel'irrc bill, Ihe magnllndeof the risk attending tho transportation It may mean thi. being considered too great whl.i iunol Dag-one, TWO-DOLLA- R lie ran afmlnit nil the gie.it horses In nnglnlid and was never defeated. Ills In 1SC0 Intriumphs ns n clude the triple' victory of 2,000 guineas stake, the Derby nml St. Leper, his winnings In that year amounted to tliVOOO. His total winnings for three Ormonde's years exceeded fl 11,000. greatest value Is considered to lie In his cjuallticR as a sire, threo of his productions being the" great Coldflueh, Lnuthony and Odorme. ISronchiul or nsthtnalic trouble led to the transfer of Ormonde from tho Kng-lisstables of tho duke of Westminster to the win mer climate of lluenos Ayres, f(W,000 being paid by Don Juan liocati for the great racer. Tho story of the purchnso of Ormonde by Mae Isnnough, who is n son of W. MacDonotigh, the millionaire coal dealer, is on interesting one. Cha. Kccd, of I'uirview, Tenn., who surprised tho sporting woild with his purchase of tho stallion St lllnlie, for which ho paid $100,000, outbidding such mon as Hag-giLorillnrd, Daly and Morris, wanted Ormonde anil went t.s South America some weeks ago to effect a purchase if Mae l'omus'b had nlready possible. announced to a few Intimate friends his Intention to negotiate for Ormonde, and when he learned of Itccd'a departure lie lost no time in ctuilnj; of London, toopen negotiations with lloean'a agent, nt the same time sending Dr. .1. II. Itoss to London to s push the matter. A number of were exchanged, unel on Oetolier '.11, MncDonough was notified that Kccd, who lutd con"inced himself of tho soundness of Ormonde for stud purJC2.1.O0O poses hud oiYere-for the horse. MitcDoiioiiph immediately raised the bid to J..li,()00, and Sunday a cablegram announced that his offer was accepted. Ormonde will make tho voyage from lluenos Avrea to I'nglund and from Kngland to New York by sen, thence overland to San I'ranc'scei. He is expected to profit by tho sea voyage benefited and bo further still by the California climate. three-year-ol- d two-jear-oh Tat-tcrsnl- ls cubic-gram- vcero Bonded atO o'clock, At 10 Ve.", by large congregations. tho emperor, with the foreign delentc and the princca of Oermany, togcfs.er with the municipal ofliclais, nssemblui In the Mnrkt platr, where n homage ceremony was cot ducted. A procession was then formed, nuu. headed by a detachment of mm nled troops, proceeded through the ti ,vn to the memorial chapel. Tho emperor and most of tho princes were on horseback, tho municipal ofilclals followed on foot, whlla carriages not less than eighty the visitors wero for rcepiired When tho edifice was from abroad. reached the troops formed in doublo line, through which tho guests passed, entering tho sacred edifice through tho door to which tho renowned reformer nailed his celebrated theses against tho doctrine of indulgences. Tenns of praise were trumpeted from tho stcoplo of tho church as tho procession approached, nnd as tho emperor crossed tho threshold of the church tho organ and trumn peters united In rendering the but stirring strains of "Lin 1'esto IJurg." Tho services wero unusual length, and of and nt tho conclusion tho procession reformed and proceeded to tho houso in which Luther onco mado his home. Her1 th emperor Inscribed his name in the visitor's album, nnd tho hundreds of Protestants followed his During the homage cereexample. mony in the Markt pints the emperor read the a;t restoring tho building to public worship and also made a speech. In the afternoon there was n grand procession portraying Incidents in the life of tho reformer and other men of his time. Xttmcrous balls, fetes uud banquets took place at i.lght. Tho ceremonies will continue for several una-nlilcsol-ein- n cfmiri3S,te,-l- i! e Louisville in search of employment He had found nothing to do, nnd remained at thn hotel much of thu time. Mii'..X8sin was poured In front of excry bed room door in the llaptlst Theological seminary at Loulsrllle, the vther night, and then the cry of lire was nised. A hundred barefooted young mi'i could W seen later on wnshlng their feet and muttering something that xvas nut the lord's prayer. Wm. citiNiciiotie, a zen of Lexington for the past fifty ycars,dlcdathts residence on Knst Third street tho other day, uged 11 year. At 3 o'clock tho other morning tho largo sawmill of G;nn ifc Stanton, in Carrollton, was burned, xvlth not a cent 1 well-know- n of Insurance, Loss, J10.000. The origin of the fire is unkno, n. It was one of tho largest and best equipped mills In northern Kentucky. Tin; xx orkof copying the recent registration returns, at Louisville, has been completed, and shows that 10,723 demo- crats, and S.500 republicans, CO third party-itc- s, 00 prohibitionists, Ifl independents 10.32". known whose party afllllation is registered, the total being un83,-Ti- ft Joit.v Gcstiiy, a rather tough xvhlte man, was tried Wforo United States Commissioner George Stoll, at Lexington, for peddling whisky from a jug ta people in tho Athens neighborhood. Hexxas hld in J500 ball to the .Tannery term nf the l' ntted States court at Prankfort. Tho arrest was mado by Deputy I'nlted States Marshal Con of Frankfort. A TUf.r.n.xvt from Lancaster, Ta., announces the arrival in that city of Christian Moss, aged bT yenrs, a resident of Kentucky, he having walked the entires :11s ta lice to visit the tomb of President y, days, OEN. SNOWDEN'S Private .Ineobs TRIAL. COUNTERFEITS. II. Snotv-elo- n morning... ?i'g?H appeared it JpfVvijiirt room for tlio first time since Tie opening of tho trial. He was natural y the object of a great amount of interest, not nlonc for his connection with the case, but for his prominenco as commander of the stato army which restored civil government at Homestead after the riots had given way to mob rule. Inns was put on thu stand and asked where he performed tho picket duty on the night Wfore he went to sleep. He was not poMtive that ho did porfonu picket duty on the night beforo he went to' sleep. On cros examination ho said he had been odvised to make the suits afUr ho was frr-g- Tells Whit lams Sntil Mhlle llanglnj. Pirr.suTiioit, Pa., Nor. I. The case of W. r. Intns against Col. tinued Monday Strcator ut al-k. tucky l'nion, 2:13(4'. At a Xeirro church festival at Willis- burg, V) ashiugton county, the other night, a desperate shooting scrape occurred between two xvhlte toys and a number of Negroes xvhich resulted in the death of James Riley and Harvey Kobinson, l- Huchanan In Woodward Hill cemetery. Mr. Mo.is was intimately acquainted with the former president. He says ho never travels on railroad trains. After staying several days he will return to Kentucky. Wm. Hoi.tJi'n has left at this office tho champion sweet potato of tho season. It xxclshs 0?i pounds, liaised on the farm of .7. ll, Hogg's east of town. Can you Wat it? Ills crop is one of tho finest in tho country, savs the KIchmond Climax. Kt.NTfCKY now holds tho fastest troting record, Xnncy Hanks, 2.04; tho stallion, Mouquctte, fastest 2:10; the fastest race record, any age, Mnrtha Wilkes, 2:03; the fastrecord for a filly, Kenest : ear-old The .Xllles Oi;ln rr.tiliiel.drratly Xinproveel, In t Irriil.ttlnn .Xt;Mtti. CiNciXNATl, Nov. 1. Tho Hancock ) counterfeits are around again. They aie the best of their kind that havo ever Wen put ntlo.it. They are the same on which Miles Ogle Is elolng n lifteeen years turn at Columbus, only they have been greatly improved. 1! inkers have Wen deceived by them, aud several of them havo even caught L S. lr usury eushicr.. Part of one of thoso eamo to tho iu this city Monday from Louisville, ed good from a man who wantmono in exchange, but the deception was not successful. Tho authorities give out a caution to nil persons handling monov that It Is tho most dangerous countei felt lu circulation, nnd that tho utmost euro Is necessary to prevent Wing taken In by them. CRAZY MAN'S WORK. n Writ nml sliouis III, M.veox, Ou.. Nov. 1. At Louisville, (i.i., Monday morning Dr. ('.. W. Kelly, n prominent physician, throw his daughter Into n well. Intending to drown hor, and then shot nnd killed his sister-in-lawho tried to prevent the perpetration of the crime. Tor some time past Kelly has Wen lu a nervous condition, due to religious excitement, and has hinted at tlio necessity of taking the life of those who were dearest to him. III order that ho miglil prvsci vo liiem friun toe evils oi the world. Monday morning after the commission of the crime, nml while his sister-in-lalay dying in the room, lie asserted that (iod hud called him iu his sleep to take the life of his child and He uppvnrcd perfectly s.ttie and rational at times. Vlurilrrs llrr .Mi. Hot. ISosioN, Nov? I. Monday morning Mrs. Muiy 11. Mareaii, u widow, living ut ns Dan.i street, In the fashionable part of Cambridge, killed her mother, Mrs. Annie I Urownlfc-a woman iiealy seventy years old. Mrs. limit was found lying deud on the lloor. nnd neiirhlort were trying to tuiclfv the daughter, who la Insane. Tho mur deress then buIiI : "A mother started I walkod up Whlud her to go nnd struck her on tho head with n wrench' Mr. Maroan hail u severe attack of the grip two years ago, and never fully recovered from iu effects. Of lute she has khotv u sign ot Insanity. tlullrre i:ploile. . Vo., Nov. L l'AiihMisiirKo, News hit Wen of n terrible nciiilciit at Mi otter's, saw und grist mil), on lion creek, in Lnpiu county. A day or two ago while iho mill won mtiuiufr In full force the boiler, exploded, touring part of the mill to piecua uud killing mid injuring seveiwl wort. men Llijnh Jack-sowiik struck by n pkco e.f one of the boilers and inatuutly killed, anil Julius satrr-ln-l,iitr, stiT-in-luw. . s, u 4r IT- vt - -- A 5..sN I "O (After rcce'vlng rntvATr iwts. pu'.i-- i men! ) Ho Tlinitt. HI, (Mid Into eight-year-ol- d Prank Jacob xx as the next witness for the prosecution. He was a private of company K, tenth regiment. He saw lams in the guard house while on duty. Ho also saw lims hung up by tho thumbs. Ilo was hanging to the ridgo poleof a tent. Ills thumbs were tied by ti loop knot The tips of lams toes alone were on the ground. lams vvns spitting teibacco juice. Tho oillcer of the day gave tho chew. lams naked for It. Almost Immediately before lams vvns cut down Col. Strcator said to tho doeteirs that If the prisoner hung longer It might Injure him physically. hen lams was cut iio.'.n he r.iuk to thu ground. Witness did not hear lams say: "When Col. Strcator got through amusing himself ho could cut him down." He had heard Lima ray: "If Strcater expects me to tako back xvhat I said he could cut me down dead." nah Andrews, aged 7!1 yours, was burned to death in her homo ut Napoleon. In her enfeebled condition the old lady got too near tho fire, when her clothing caught, and, Wforo the fire could be she xvas dead. Mr Hxrrt.on's Brother. Wasiiim.ioVi Xov. 1. Judge John L. Scott, brother of Mrs, Harrison, arrived In tho citv Monday morning, mid will be the piesi'Vnt's guest for a few days, lie started ftmn Port Townsend, Wash., to attend tle funeral In Indianapolis, but fulled to reach there in time. While superintending some repairs at his elegant residence, near Paris, Col. K - Clny, president of tho Kentucky Racing association, and half owner of tho famous Kunuyinedc stud, fell from nn upper porch, u distance of twenty feet, nnd xvns badly hurt, though ho Col. sustained no Internal Injuries. Clny Is a very largo man, xvcighing about 230 pounds, nud his escaping fatal injuries was lucky. William STWipKn.of Pctersville.dled On his dying Wtl ho of consumption. made a strange request. Ho xvanteel his gravo surrounded by a limestone xvall, to b e In dimensions 12 feet long, 0 feet high and 5 feet wide. It was to bo built of reck taken from u certain designated spot on his own farm, about one-hamllo north of his residence. Iho ma sonry xvorlc was to bo done uy threo neighbors living at Ids former homo In Letcher county. Ho wanted this stono structure surmounted by a roof mado of chestnut boards, und ho designated a largo chestnut tree on his own farm from which he desired the boards made. After tho walls and roof should W completed ho wanted u heavy door made to tho btructure. This eloor xvas to bo locked securely by his brother John. Ilo requested further that his brother should tnke the key and carry it iu his lf toth xxhite. poekot as long as ho should live. At Carrsvllle, Hob Thompson xvns shot In tho breast by J. C. llaker, during a dispute r tx xxhlsky license. About thirteen shots xx ere exchanged. Xl'Alt llrlcrey, a big black War broka Into Tom l'.looindalo's double cabin nnd carried away a quarter of Wef. Hunters nro in pursuit. ox-e- ItATisviiii. Ind, Aged Lady Burned to Dsath New. 1. Mis, Han- M. K. HooniTCli, a prominent Howling Green merchant, was arrested on tho charge of burning his store. s brutally Ar Ow custom, Wat and robbed Lorenti Witmlerof M3. Till: severe drouth continues lu tho vicinitv of I'utcrprUe, and a w liter famine i imminent. The creeks are drying up nnd thousands of small tlsh are foot-pad- Haiii roll". Ct, Xov. 1. -- The losses to the llnrtfoni Insuranco companies by the Mllw.iuioe lire areas follows. Huit-fin- d '00; Xatlonal, fiW.OOOj .Lt-nKirs-."-- Hartford Insurance Co 's Lotus. Jl.ViXk). OJO; I tiintx, $s.()00; Orieiit.cSO,. and tin Scottish I'moii and Lion companies of Oreat llritaln, whoso iifftMils for tint United States are iu Hartford, e.u.OOO each. liohiuson, . t'other workman, wasktruek thr lieu.! nt..' tat. 11 v injured. Illnim Ti rrell had b..th Icgw broken ami Jerry tin Kiit'sa, nous-- . . t utlit r.vsr Pat'.eni Bhooti Himulf Prtii. Im', Xov. 1. Una.' Puiinn hitii-t.- f fatally am M'riou.l.t injiirt'd. .Silent! shut in .' .iejruni, enlu the bab lumen use. I fever. i,.l..t.s vv i t nis. i li lured, but w lt.lt f t,,. li' livn .i i inileh south of this citt. Joiix W. illTL.v, of Lost Creek, has in his pevssession a young guinea xvith two perfectly formed bodies, twowlngs, one on the outside of each Itoely, four legs and only ono head The fowl lived only one lay und ho has Its body preserved in alcohol. Wiiilk Mra, Adalliio Wost xxas feeding her chicken In the born lot at Sol-di- e 'l.s ,xu attacked by a savngo cow, and so bael'y gored that it Is thought she can not recover. John Mii.iun l'U0M.rv,ofl.tv,tC'r'ek, is VJ. nnd ha. six xxivea aud skty-oti- u children. A r Paducuh, John Voght, 15, hit John Koa. in. lu tho neck with his list, killing bun. CiMHirr M.vtiiv,u! ltttlnf ton, uftcr sending hi. wife a totter MOWiiiig her of Wing the eans of his domestlo trouble, took 11 grains ef inurphino and died Martiu wu atout ft) Tears old, and was well known and highly eoHiievted throughout Ctntral Ivun tuck. Diiiik wu hut iMtettliig hin, and It has kept Win In tmuWe f'T Xcl-- dying. s ftSer-.- . XxZ MVHjaai fr-r-- S '''-w- Mr .rsSr. MSffl E3iHKRlBK2BuMiliiiB Smg&fj? jBbbbbW atft -- al; N'-'J-iA- si wummlvmahi rrm -- Vli m ft rt- - -wnnMOTVt?!' V u,MMiteto, m- - ... "' ... .,. . I'f'i'i iff I'mitiiiii fa ,.,,. t 7 'v i .. S. 110SEDALE, V THB HUMAN COUIUEll. It I OK MAN, KY., I'tltDAY, A. J. It JirV'P J UJ fPnrJ)Y Brightest Miv Photographer, nt Cniiboira01il Sluncl. l,s totes stronger in Good Vrovk MfMHl Guaranteed. , ! Visitors are woloomed. Call and examine work. niMvn IVlU" tM "IsSgJJ tiei uojik .vnujrt'.i. Brighter. Grows Cleveland's Prospects I l nov. i, IMS. Bright. roit iik t'i r J mm j We are aulli(irl'l lo wninn-ieo .MOSS, of lltrknmn late for t Irenn i.iiti il. Fir-- t. Juiuiii iii.Tin inill Jnij. Mr N M 1 or tin n iir.xn'4 toumy, tiliodsi.ixu. ncni.lhlitr (or I'.reiill Court Ju.!fo Ihl.i, th" Ki,l )u hol.il Onirlct It. r i .K..iih.ni.l .o,n,,.c.sIUi:L s in .. "'""" "v umicii Suiei tll Imllot mix. ., . . . Next Tuentlav'a election settles n,o itri'iitput polltintl tuitllp . ". .. ccil" th.o' ' . w "lino seriously tlirr.itencd HIchcGt Market Tilec will he Tiild for Ileef Caltle. Crtf "da ,,,, Nfriiska, Colo. , ....:....... nf il.n "I" h f Ml f .i ..wh i. .i.- - v,r., n n, ,K "'" " "' " Xl, ii.uui.il. nllll IllllllO, Ullll til " Cll Allornfr. eo.n. r(0 " ? Kopnlillcon party to The proteetcil manufactur. " taw "" theso Stntes the Deuiooints do mimIuk : ij i, """t nr,T..n"iJli'Mrlct If, not now, nnil never did, lmo u eis, like the Carnegie, whose " ."J"' ro,,fy"!,Q' '" K,i ..1 olciction hiein. 'j Z3hA.'fk Wi..Aiil Ve helieve Ilar.ison III, ,,ronis nro increased j.W.OOO ,, .v'k ench rlllzen. rh mi iinlnMunl xojcl.anee. nt"lX .Uj'tmjiiTeV, IM1 iM " ,or nppree.lnteil nntl understood of laualueaai, ","' ,Vi,pSiM o.w- 01 car" "" " n ., uu.iuisnr,usT. We rn & niinoiinen M I) .. II . ., . HITIIlllHIlPRII nl ..... .,, lllll . h weaver..I.. .... i. .fl Tl. ...... .. Ui.., .,. i II II II all II . ,"! it T,.. .,... . ,ri vit .,.. iimirni.nr ."limni.i .., ., mr . tic viin UU II' Ii ........... HI ,..A.rt i ... iriii.i.wt.' ... nnmiiii ill Imr iirriii m ..v. II IN rrrm r vita ii. mi.itiiii.i iiiii'iil iii.iii ii........ !;. "it the Do- ,v throwing the election into lliui tliut .imo tariff rate eontinneil to' h'r'.' MirVr'I.h..'in m!i''iu c.Mi.iiy .iitt.c rn..ilnBclrcilon Kulmn tunt Issno, tlio victory fur .. " M vr C3 a'SILL'S m mummies w A mnnraev wnnlil h no nvcrw Ii1 - House, willed is Deinoeiatie and his huslness for four more , V nr miihirliFii DUALISMS IN ......... inr. 1.ih hit for mamli .r S'lirmhrr mi.l Hoi UaTl-'nv.. .... ollroir m iMiimiHie mr rtllUi iv would elect Cleveland. t'ti'r, on tin tollecif NritmleU unit Itliiiimatlun, - t " ....... i. .i - i.i... i mg nun inero W0I1IU uo i """ ". '" 0I1 ,,,,., u,nU. M l rn.nl IIl IIKMI. fullon con my nt iheenmiing flerilnn. Thim wn sno wilhmit MP.Hn." COWOILL'S WEASEL OIL. ill it, hut the revolution tlmt would men,, without any hnrrn, but after ft". stltlfiii'rU aj rrCilreJ unit MM is so be wrought by the Force n eoni,-rau- n tear For Pit, icviow oi ine wuoio TRKt)UCt a HEroRT. W ulhorl-- . r lonniiminre Mrj,.I. (IlorillOUS, battlo iiolil, tlmt tu.e clinuces are. "ivo given jhju.ooo, tlie full croj.. tl,0 CjW0ILL3 PIL?. OINTMENT. wIl-rtj(ft.ninU8 OJ1 very greatly in fuYor of Cleve-- . $100,000, and so on, to tl IU KOpiflforThe Cliy Tiei'irr rrenlnl lil rfprt PA.tn Pl.rk of Fnlian l.'ouiir. Al'lhrMlflt llionsnif tbe iiiODlk o( Ociober, .howlnr ro.ninj eiroilnn ni In Ircs.ir, In crcJIl of (Iriitftl lay For fettar mill Klorworm, lienulilirnns refime to believe that niiira eiecion. n our Mnin.l,Bnll cnmiilBii fund. Vnn nreotuit $M5 02 . . noun r ii if ii III ll't lllirtu ill nil i f mi COWQILL'3 TETrE2 OINTMENT. irty serionsly mean It. their acl ,ll,u ll '" 0')C" n"1 co"' Tu; r,tMrl WM "'! orJtre.1 our readers cm attribute It to the 4 election of Tuesday nlso error of the head and not of the tesseil, nnil lias been for jenrn, mpjT Tor H'ornn, We aroorrlnt all (rraJi" of P il Jf- ail line nimlftire at r'allr rerlarel pr1a TTa On Hfilion. Ikp Street Comrni.ilonrr it that tlio Republicans did use .iat oiilcrnl lus the perpetuntinn of the Mo- lieart. Cllnlr . ff OOhorM, Plowant Wem Eyrnp fan. a In n al alt time. SoIh, Mnttronuea, f (IDlotl, tttirnilllH Wiilllr.ll(ln, lo hie f - bulb from foil of Cowgill'c juataamt;.f " 9nrlntH, Eio , nJ Worilro')ns, Chninbor inlev high tnv formally jears, sums of money in carrring dec- - ti'iifl the .prln; on Cnrrull .tr lo (ilia u. a trial arui.n .rl h rrvn TboDiiM' rrl 5.1 TSFA CT10S U f IU NTA Kl OH rrlrft to I'orn reduction of tasa'ion on t lie A Letter f om Harrison, ,ioUH New Voik and lop ol hlnft Ltttt U .oniralUloo In tbla imiimm. Djoia) irWiireb a.lutriiraoii Undirl.lknrn'Ul.ic llJI i 't1 H.ooutU da nre TUK VO.VAT SKUWltHP. l W orri a Lrsra line ot Wit. ilen an lln Cm iu neces'saiies of life. On mot in, l he Myor la rqiiMicl to . U clalu. Some Republic,.. sav that ll,evlp0"l,c1c,,cu! JnM,,fy l)fmocU Kr"lUi .Ii ..Ml Job liuk I For Sate by ihe I'ropnetora, Tlaon nfn fl.A Itm (Trnttt I.DII.ia Koliig to Pl'iiiiH j rin,n)illa of llirr lo Jr.h aivl K " ". ire.nt to ibe louncil far Ha w,,,cn ,llC l)00l)l0 voto Me,t are opposed to the Korre Hill, and iiu ii line nine Ai in ,iitbi rii'u Hon S w I ",,on e.r't pi.eiiotbie, hi, oriliiiMic COWGILL & CQWGILL, that if tliey could bo com hired ' Tuesday, and upon them the Dom. t lint Hanison fmored It they tioiiN, few Kepubllen.is denj It, rmlittiiittii; a Aviv3 mceoirr oltti " I NTl-l- . ! II V It M A. rfteranr,' to w,nr, rlxlrio ll;liia nj but openly acknowledge It, j u n oerats, under Cleveland and Ste- - would I pluml.iiif rto to be clisffe.l after ih for him. Don't not vote Kknti'cky MANi;vcrruj:t...i ov tiiu cv.i.r.ii'tATro f.Ung tl.e.nsulves by tho ch.irgo Jlnii ol waier ttnrka ami alteirie llhn Hickman. : : eiidOii. go to b.ittle, with tlio 5W'r & ' ! Ibartupiu tli op vie tor v. they know that if Harrison was that the Democrats use money have breti coiopUie-U innr.ii i bs r rmum'T Major opposed to it that Republican ,piln(rl tha follonlni; Oounell rst3pjsjnj This is an iinmenso country, 14 also. u lert mtn ai tIJ ooniniiilee tiler, leaders in the South would have It is a intnentable of anil Vcrii States auilnbnut liu.illiou vo- asked a On motion, Coon'tlmau Mttbesy letter from him pajing so, our nffalrs to knowcondition Mint money kjileil to the tes, nuil romo ot theso States and the would have had his let- - can Li strut. or. to tlllioa Ural. On mulion tbe Council alj.nirncl. bo made to control tho result tery evenly balanced between tho Inr ttltltllel.n.t l.t .......... ... Attest, M.unntivil tit , utvtt lt.trt.-- , lit of our National elections. And to Repuhlicmi , .Democratic and ... . VI. I MrCl'l'CIIEX. 0 :. u ni ,. 'loote tlie Deinoeratle ticket, lies, and for theee renioiiR only1., Olllllll. , ilH'J ,.II IIU,ik IIUl lllirtt'll I urul constituency, where Demor nuiyii ii . &i6Kivtuif i Miinc i iiu crats, Republicans, und all pa. ties, .toll l fil'IIITIll, ,il,.li.. lAl.i.nt.. iiiiii iwi i a nerat uliiiim ...... .. ........ ..... rnn.tnr tl.n .nll.pr:..ia ...ll tilllllll iu nilU'i Jl to tt ii ttii...... ftiirVllltilttrlliil .. ..... , c co Noted he is in faor use ouiy nonel means, it is at Tonle t'.lo. I'liriiif r gt 1.1.1 ..n.t.t..... 1UI 1. .. lenders know It.alil. fli.t rijiii,... .......uitna fur ., I. . ...... tniii ci'lhlllllj, t...l UIUIH. I, ...v .. .... ,,(. icpiiii nj apifiitir Lrni-i- I'lnll Tnula alnj. lUnutt mi. utitl'irtt i . ... .t t...... .1.1.1 .1 Life, A:cideat, 8 a Firo, , . mis initc rvvoiiiincuueii muri mui uuiuiu, uiu none uie less ilvalfj nnJuiit iui ii, .uiu!,....every inline on the Deinoeiatie t.0 heai ei and tliough fnl Dent , Knrrtei liT none Ileal' 'in certHiu t lose oia.es 11 is an nn. in messages to Congress. Demo- lijl the pa.ior ol one o the lir'il ticket, except for Circuit Judge oerats can read the surface of is'.e of Georeii asked Cle eland ' (lc"l'ul tire used h't great sums the churches in l'mlncib aaya "IChill pieai Tornado, &c. re in rtoiniiuii liDg Union for etirruptmu inone and Sheriff. To vote for Sheriff rations with u hopefulness- and , . Tonle, ', .. preparel by lh Uinnn Clinalcat l'o. I , must also Wlh bordering on certainty. ? or Circuit Judge "! Sb. .IS life i.,. la ruy IjtiIj nli ailuiirthle put an X h. the square oppose T . reaiiba, eapeeially In ea. of c.Miiinur.l courikr's CANDID mtriBw. to the world. ehlll.' ..lit. . mKII.I I'l. .1.1.... ,,. .. .. ..I. - ?:i.i Assils of C::i2ij: "i;: !'.:',! i ,, ,. . , i .."v....w , l.t,H t.b. .iiuuiu ui.v,.iu i.tc-- iu im S( me closing ween ot ine cn.n-- i uiu " " ininiuer in out ih, lea.i r,,p,.uion ManiifaenireJ TIlPV Vrirc II III IIIL.IMIII. ., , nI1ln ,1.. " ' ,,',' vote for. naien. runs in bright lines fori till. 11 U. r.. t. JUU W, HiniilLI, I'M.'t. '"" X tlClf W'.v " VllimVrl' r. . V'i..l. IHT, S - ! wuWlllttl1U'- F Y.rt N $2W,ooo.amunh , ,,. ,.n,l the ,. Clei eland, and, w.thont indulging B cental who l!ie P I. The Threat Against the South u optimistic we sot hj. r"C' "ti!? iJSmft.. throughout hV)CZJ.( .TJUABI il iIohii tlmt the cliinppsarolurcP. 0i OITH'R 0UK HICKMAN HANK, Mon .,, i,e With the Lodge national elec ly til Ills favoi though, with all ,0lllh 10ofllcieept to .lenj lint it aa tbe eouutri are pntlMiniaslic in tlirlrl refer . .,.. . ........... as to Cleveland's K P. N T I' C K Y. Ll tinn law in full force over tho I! I C K M A N. ciih i.ur, U HICIT.MA1M, P,ot:l1?" South and various democrat!;; there is a d.ieful possibility ,"ro Judge George It. Lake, of Ne-,ist re election. There are cai,d U nferreJ to the l.unlen. i.iieel ill're bensho Hint . stroni'i.tiiiig uti xNortii, ii ma lir.iskii, lirria. IIM the klllllt'lllll of the .o.nh by er,.. senpuons o toe Kppui.i.cnn camco..lnle.ill.i look for a dinerent U Motes in the Sectoral College, "P0" "' Reneh or that State for ic t'nr'imiiiMinnillliN All.irnry. .T, w..."::."!,.,.,J?.rJ,.:,I.,.0"n"?,,,"'..-xl..1- u, : It is the most luinort.int heeiiuse . .. 1110 llllll VIHUIll libortl Ol UH1 CHI i8 . .ii..!i .T7 . Mir.mi'r. I ini, L' ..I...-IIT COUNCIL PROUKKDINOS. )nrtv. Ost 31, HtrKMAi, K In all the Into cli'rtloiiH mo uoin Millions ol Dollun CoiJ-fiiiincit mil In regular aei.lon, 1'rieeiit nernts have carried Now HumplrilufMl hm, Counclliiien Wler llcrl-- J ishlie mi the populat utu. neck," lliowu .Santera Hint Mrllieiiy. Montana is Deii.ncr.illo on the Vn Oohnncli I lie r.lri'tiitiis. In. minute, oftlie Ul regain- ni.ellnc; popular totr. hut It Is very clone. were re I, approved and tlned The Republicans clnliii Unit hey MWI'KM AlUlttKU The pollllcnl atmosphere is leek will, li.v niil of the Third putty lug were preanlil with icporta mill clirtigeBiis to The following ntenunt on wln Tennessee, Delaware, Ninth minimi, nnc p,"P' r J npproTe-i- wii.oii, MlO immense ul.inillita of Carolina, nnd West irgiiilii, hut l.loiiev a 'ncd, undrhecki orderel lanutil fur the we don't bolicte thnt their olnlms'thnt huvo hcen raised by Mm Rt. "i"""'" ' ' pmn tuin, unless In U'est mbHui. titilf biirona to aid.,, .." " "I." .. .V ,, H . . in'llllll. J heir 1' VIII ."i IlllMNI IIIL'. I l.in 8011'B reP Cl!l . Oil. .... Mm... 2t, I'l Tin Iiom ever, iiieiienoi inese Hluti's. , .. (M. t, n im BUuli ai t "ho I'otntir.H lielleves thllt the our:il,, l"!'"8 r0 '"' tl M) 13. Thinl parti will injure the Demo charges, "Ivlnj: the . names uud ...... i. ii iih.. .i at fto i... ir .. i nun mmiih iiiiiii uiu i. Mi"u IIIIIUUIHH, anil, II 1110 lllill DO If up, 21 s. oxerywhere, North nuil hoiilh.ex- - tlio iiBRrcBiilc niniimit of tlila cgr - Tr,M.rfr. amiiini rl.t ffur Mum I , "k-----111 this State b;ooim:. What to Buy? lksri! 'WTsrf- - N- c ivl HARDWARE, ' : -- bhaw, : 1 V'..''yrf"tnba i 1 . bVl i'l ks imi I N . '7" , -- . V&iWWi I --s- j wri V. 1- W' -.-n - . lidj Staple; and IM.IMON ST11KF.T, Faacy Groceries, HARNESS, f-'- C", Y W , QUEENSWARE, SAODLERY, ETC. --- -. HICKMAN.'KY. ODEIjI'V-aillEID , i JTlEE ! -, I . . 1 ?. ' . ch-n- gn ,,..t, r . tiiae-lionorc- "''. i: - -- FURNITURE. FURNITURE. 1 11 - ,.,, I "" - -- 111' . - 11 I 13 - "' .- 11 H 1 11 II .... i I . i. e m STEPHENS TYLER, 111- - "" '' n,i t W ..- I I r I? I nilllnl "1;"!., T"0 X". ifi;yi r-"- "" iiriiliiire and UndcilaRer'sOoods, tlii-. I I ... tl -- 4 I - !'' - j nr m t- I I lxwlBr ciin-ilr- a I If.i-I.tjo- fitfenfiXy ii 1 1 1 -- HERTWEGK. BALTZER & GO., l Stes E. R, Ellison ! 55 -- X eom-uilie- i pnr-L.- j, I ... INSURANCE! I 1 i 5S.JS& 4 " - . I I ''"''-tcrit- s jlXt- oT 11111111-u- i ealcn-ation- IW rP' "'" ,... I.lln. i...v.-aa'v,,1'"!-Harrison'- E VwW;:: L C. 'cl s mOKSSAS WAGON, I I 1 - I , i , I .l.elV::.'!'.''.!. .irn.ii - M... 1 UU 1 illlCKMAN Sollciti-- inir business. AWW .!rlH orlSrYk7.& i. -- EENTUOK3T. seienteen Morolicta-then I1"18 auiiouiieed that he Will M)te rr.utt "" ree hH f,,r"ltr tk'c:'f"'"" LoliiIMKIt ' re,l,l;tK! .uci. acon.ll.ion..mdMlair. m re.nm .0 ,l' return several u.oro Republknu. for Cleveland and Stevenson. Honf SiefentonVi HICKMAN, KV. CongresB.nei. lm nlriiyH niouil liiBli In the piiiiii than nt pieMMit,' l,l,lt Cleveij.id will receive the Speed, in Vt Virginia A Curolor Rhoumatlam while moro tlMiitwcutx negro lep electoral votes of tho following! Mr. Stevenson, all know, lias icils of tho Renulilican nariv in Ins t.. 1. . .,. t. i leseutatives fiom tlie South willlStntes: i.reiie t.ix imrytej fod.. and servetl three terms as been making speeclies this cam- l n entbuaiait in tbe iimIic or ciiini rrlmwtnf, ariU'le tulilmf. render the Hepubl.can coutrol of A,nV,nlnn I'.ln II.Iu, .., .1, u...ML Justice of . thn SnprPiiio ... Clonrt.. 11 patgn ,,, .., ..... ...........-- , n... . . 1, hiaies woiimrn. ri.ii.r.cin..i m.r. ., ..... .,. , the lutu.e Congress ahsoltitey ArfcnllM, ... ..".....-..iw iuiiiritT....... 1110 Ulllieil 1TC8S .,..,! ill 0 well ns in the Nnnth. nnil lie naV.. Ineil remr.lv' oin.t . Po... tiuiiun i.hku miiii: t...i.... ..... sao an secure. , ' n .1 .. : v. ..r... " that In tho North he has liwl to, "' " Heavy taxes should he laid tip-- Connecticut Yea sir; 011r information is i)H..u..r I on the prope.t of the whites to X'lori cli IV111K the Force corrct. I nm going to vote fin1 i meet Republican spenkers openly Whj-Tlu-- j develop and extend the public Cloieluuil and Slevenson. I bo n mKneaiin ti.r. i..rr. it. 0...1 inn kcliool siMem of those Slates. Id,nna lievo the Republlcat. position on HICKMAN, KY. '".'"" Ifi tl..n I., the South thn u or ii.ii ,11 1' nriiuoiri iui nit- i u lllUtH Iviim til ' mil is wrong. Lore or tlio South is n pet hv 13 speakers are dodging the issue. Bliitnlil lit it linliuliiail.. .......... itlmt nml flin ...... ' Centrally located. Convenient to ", ij0iiii.iaia. 8 As .1 matter of a large with some Northern lie '"m'1 ? "," 'n of hiiiigiuc tlie out h of both col Maryland Riter U'ltiiliug. Itiiheon Call 8 jority of the Repnblicai, news- - pnblieitns, but occasionally some &5nm ors into closo and equal relation MinsNsippi Regularly. Kvcrt Attenca. s he ts in schools and churches given a tion gien to Coiulorl Missouri IIU IIIUMIk IIIVJ I tllVJ na llllll" f. Of (illOH.S. fair trial, as one of the most po- Michigan it luc C0U1' cr1"' '". ' ii n nun, it niiuii'- - iiiiinira 0 tlclnliln Press, tho New York Ke.'we,,r"8 mMlf'nn" l.i .. I). R. RRYANT, Prop'r. tent elements to break down the New Jersey ' lion of the man. I hulicie the 10 eortlcr, the Mail and Express, tho truth breaks out in spito of pru detestable hourbonism of the New York Hrooklyn limes, tho Cincinnati deuce. x 0 clip tho following from Republican party to bo wrong on South. The Stale laws against Ninth Caroliuu.... the and wrong in its mi to Tunes-Sta11 and editors of the New n recent issue of tlio Rhilailelplui e.iet tarifftho Force DR. P. BALTZER, the inter 1n.1r11.1go of the races South Carolina. ... of bill." ! . York Ail vertiser and the 1'hilatiol- - Press: should be repealed, and au dis- Tennessee 12 phia Item hau nil within tho last PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON, ci imiiiatiou agnlust the blacks iu Texas 'It Is all very well to, rejoice in " '. . C. Yr!t!n l liRI i:rc- - It . 15 few months. Indorsed the Forco tho matter ol teat mug tiailes or Vi.gini.i the prosperity and growth of tlie lilcii.iint 10 Hike ii:ul tiunitScaa. HICKMAN, KKNTUOKV. 12 hill, yet the Republican party tells Cliliiircii like ll. I.tiiirantccil obtainiiii; euiiiloMiieut should be orlhwest, for there sound lo cure ClilHi niuj fever. us Mint it is not an issue iu this new Iirio Offer bin ..Iirofe.iional eerileet lo lie peo a criminal oilensu while the col- - Total itiews upon the tariff eenerailt biitUva.0 tt'ilts. ..-- . ......... ..;,... nt. II. .I...... ....I .t.lntl. ... Kra.lt by .i..-- i . .... . ill nil uiitiiH liyillB ill 11111(1 oiuce ..:i ..... . v UUIIIIMIIklll iiii-iiiiiii'reRH unra iiiu.iiii. lA llnumir, )riisslil. offiee. r,,r of Jack.on au.I Kentucky St ' should he saciedly protected and' 1,,IB P1 efl UM" "" '' u,tl not interfere with ourselves, but 'J 1EALTII Hi A Guro for Oholora recognised. A few tears of this Democratic, nrospects increase It. ,fVor?rV0a.,i1 h.Iviii.oo of the South is to a ' ..7,'i.V,e ", !!. V,lr.Vr,n. ' ' "i'Z ?! freat extent, nt n.,r ,...... ..... There la no ne of any one aiiirirlnt polict will Milt e the race problem to 270. r Ilnr "tlb the r 1. ... . '" n::.. Lotto ... . ' """'" "' ' lirn Cli.mUrlalm U K. in K. lJAVlUbUjN, ll.al.r O. i:..i D....n.. ti.ii.,,. im, ,,iiiuiini :.. mo in tliis calculation. . West Virc injoi wernt j weary, tine KiocinciHi. cotton mills win compeio with Itflic f'hitera ntij Diarrhora Keinejy ran . it vn remeiiY acin mrrciiT nn i.i.er. innan nr ..!.. , ...... .u lie iro?lirei ui ll llSlllllg. tllll. U ...tl .. VOfPH. Wll I'll Iierer vet ... i.r. ...... nm. i,n It fw enny Hijinilioie ,1 v. . ion, . ... to VOte the' Ileilinci.ltlC. tick- "- aioimeuiiiii niuneyi, funotlnn. Ifynn Ml,""" ,. " Ktiites ..i.kii.u.. fnrnnrfin . m.nui 1. w" w' II ll.1.Ire re Mil in a1" , niiiMu.r organa to perform Ihelr , failed . . i iiini-i- i . r .. in. ....I ..ll 1.1 .... ...ll nit: ou i.LL ""' " '". e, iv it . t.iiii.uii. iivillllll 111 ruiL'B in. KFNTCCKY ., iie,..,u ' J election, is not which make it impossible to ran It is just as well to keep 31 3Ur ot in a National1.1.1 . :Z- .1 . .. ... .. tlie ".all nrt lMalflVtl III hfl hf.Ura llllll .. con- iiiosu 01 leunst tt aula. II .T one iriai win pje on Illinois. icouniett, nui is iivmi as aieserto ihk wecinc inner iuli.,,lll(i .,,.,1 ,, 1, "" i1110 1..V1. ,.). Office over Cowgill & Cowgill's 1'1r,,mcr"' uaii never iteoti allow, in.ie,,; f,m A votk for Harrison is a voto iu case the Democrats should fail ., "" tO rOLMIII COUtrol of Mill Stale If ri.a a. Ll.olem. Ihl.lle.ne.l. ........ . in favor of a Fotce bill. 11111 111 uiiit.v " 01 .. .. .. .. : .w.. ... re lueeem conue rirun aiore. t..... u.... " "im Hie HOtllll, tor le by t' governmeill orlll "iiiK ""' . - land carried Connecticut both filDKON's Rand is a secret, r'ern (init-i- unnlil nenr iiatoem A e is a man by tho 11a.no of Tm:in: tlegreo within the inuei times lie has tieen n canilldate. miked mKo the t ete on.nont "' . v. .'l fc.NMys INo leatl llxets who thinks hois ruining SouMiein coal andiron, and the Anoihkr, ... circle of tlie Peopled part.t. It M x' ,.,., Nutv Jersey is put down iiKeer-- i , US OvV rlJt'l' ,,"r. co oret ! ,ue' Orofton, lias QJ, said that only tlueeinen in I'nllon tain, beea.tso that State has al- - . K ust Stone for Congress. He surest, nml Kiieeilii.t. w. nut vXzZi'i: J A ,,,,, eir(, ," 1(, M,, ,,,,, ,',,,, ) count.t hate been aduutte.l to this "0ilie"::;; ,, ways voted tho Democratic ticket ' Si 'j llrgiee. ,"etr,,i;,1 "' 0',0,.,,B ip Zu o .r ' Cleveland. Rev.Croftou. ,. in Presidential tear. It.i, Km. i.r .,,... n .... ..... v.rH ..!..! .....i ,.. .. .. ...1 ....... 1...,. 1. k wi.at mrwfr TitKNew York World publthlips xim 1... .1:. 31 . 7. aiiVfiA la criialieil inm otori " Now Yoik is claimed as pertain is to carry through ami enforce ,; ' . the names of In ek iiz lor fame , Soi,l,, '!'"1 l,, .,I",,IUT" sSB measures ,.7.eWee,r,-,,,((,,Republicans, including hoteml ex- - ,,pcatise the Democrats aro united He wl.if. 10 be fnncreiimtn " "V" " " "'5 'Ihey don't like it, and some of Ciibinet oflleers, wlm have declar-- ' there, and they hnve never failed in ait on a throne, '..v. ....... i..., ..... 1.1, in... .iu in tlii.m will hit fiiiiln eiinnr.1. 10 IIIHKI1 Anil in MrMnir for it .,... ,.. ,. cd for Clot eland. Jt looks like n to cunt the State iu tho past L'O He i eriHbel by a Slone. trouble about it; but if wo cn , Hl,,1 ! 7 tlm if ,IU;;1 years when united. oneo ...ore get then, into M.o con ,"!," ""' Swrtp upliia piece, "ut .? BinK,u P.romlao t Thk Republican eanilitlato for, Indiana ih also couiitod bccniiso Sweep lliem with cire; l. d.tiou thovuore before 1370. niTWEKS Carry lliem, bury Ibem "ei.ioci.ilio S'Xl'ln make the r"r.0,irUn No matter where ,. R'" (,oe8 I2P"lIIen, nnil bargain, and drew oil with tlio ,r ll,u" Louisville and Memphis, no.x. n j. niiim:, declaration that he hail decided to Jl"lK'fircslMn.V support of Clovo-votMTii llllllli itllllllt. i......i-,..ia i.i...ii... .....1 t r....ti 1IUI1U1 ,. U1IH ' for Cleveland. lain! Increases our eliances. Wo n Tho Nutlonal Democrat, nub- Th ntmvn U n frank en,f.at,n 4a.(illlllt HUM t lit Ullll aro resoiv-- ' rullman Buffet Sleeping Cars or colored people that i to inlinil, howover, that llslted at Washington, D. C, pays or the It is estimated that tho Knrco ,ue fi"o I.. .... ') AMI TO truth. Tho tariff law mill oil, at tho election, to vote for . . . .. .. - .. bl II if Ull'lfttaafl ..I.I ......a al... I. ..11 is not certain, anil in Hie tlio loiiowing coinplimeut to Con- - tates against the Southern neoi.le Cleveland. V " "lu ' ic, I huvo. hoard colored ItiitilMVlIi,,, xi.MiiplilM, Union "V;""' """V American people fj;"'.0.0(Ml i otent Hr...oi, Itmitro, Vlolt Ml.tiru;. IHI," e gressman Stonn or this District: who nre not only political oncimes! ,,r,HC,l18 !,1hI ,e",llnfe' ,,H,n ''3' ,no does eteit Congress!rnur.h!:,g .'..''tt '- '-' 111 f.VI I --- ' -.- or Li,,.., g iiio inirilt.. party anil -.Kepiibli- i,i eommeroiul rivals. Thara .. Hcore pledge thoir votes for Oro Repulilicaus l.i itl I'M IH. . i.i Ho will take tlio ii.. r.rsi up r .. n. loss In cairying either can com.nue 1.1 11 o 11 . KeniucKy .. ver Cloveland." will keep up epensi'H. wll0,() Bt.crot Tno s II " slump for tho democratic- pirty. D strict nto making streiiuoiiH ef- IIIU THE AKD QU!C. lllilhlil P.QUTS Candidaii: U1.111 bi.ihUu.ioih1'HlinoiH l0" "; u'onnl , xinun., "l'wl uha.ice If a l(j cfeat lhS r.eluoiloii of W0H,' ltnrlleii' ,rnlr Nuei, no mis iinilciMaiiibiig theutiitutlo ol" ,Ht,nR' MU "!"'' und eRt Vir- - y. J. Slnno Til A Nil mux If Mid good people proteotivo lariff tvero iciiinteil. Tmllui.Stin In tha worlil for CuK of the Republican patly or Its can kiiiiii. iinnn-n n nl'ta.tH gnno r that D.stiict know their own Her interests would bo rosterei! Hrninos, horex, Ulcera, Silt Hlieiim. lVircr New Vnrk, l'htlH.lel jthin, lUlllmnre, Wa., didales. That ih cuitii.ulj tn.oin Republican in N i.onal elections, interests M.o attempt will pioto nml New Rngland uud Peiinm! Sotea, Teller. CliipKl Ilamli, Cliilhlnlna, JnK'i)". orfolk1 Ohl I'olm I'muiun 1, liiill.ilo, Itich leg.nil to the higli lurit) tiie i ori.e hut in I.SUO l'lerluil, io. nml J'rilpliona, ami io. the IiiiMicruta cnrrieil futile "nil Mr. Stone will bo re- tania Interests would ceaso to ho C'nrna, i ure-- nil 8lin 110 jny e,o, (Vj'C'iRo, liiill'iiiiiiolln, bill, and e.xtratagatit e.xpenilituio lively I'dea or It reiiilrel. tnruoil by nn oveiwhelming ma- monopnlies nnil would hate to la gmritiil'el to yle I.uiilmlllo it by ao.noo, Cluolh nnil, ,j i.,niH ),.mo. iorftrl HitUfattlnn. of the public money. I'" li'ti """lo tin nble, 1'ulu In rvlnuiliil. I'riie J") ctnt. r oras,ee,tl,,M,1H,II.111a9seitii.gJfl)ithllIltml lnilia (.,Jlelei.t Rep.(- - take their chnnces ol lionest com. or inoiiey sale by C. A. Ilolcombv, j)rng. IW.aterit nml Murllicnali-ripotion. It .cully Ih beau. ,, , lior I'o'r A.N.I IlENItY Oltoijoi:, thn single tax unit t.leteliiiii! w,n carry it tliis sentative, and ia iu position to ami rercslnn-- ; thiii" to hem n,u t. MeinpliU, Viekibiitfr. Il.ilon Itotigt, New tneorlHl, sa.ts tho uoiinug elootion Mobile, llock, Hot l.ttil will be a lanilsliilo lor (Mnveini.il T,,',1i .mil tlio Repiitdiiiniia fear it servo ids people to better ailtnnt-- , truth sninetiuiiiH fiom a source so bpritifte nn point in Weal lea. "'pceted ol unexpeeteil. oven though pMt SKVI'.N thousand GermaiiR hi h' treii.eiid.iun effort tl.oy nro nK ,1"1" 'ou'" Mr. fieo.ge savs Uiu ncme, w moinlier. to nroterClevolai.il iu Nutv ArkiiiiiM,, Ml- Mr. Btono's tr.Uli icvenls the hateful anil n. will piobal.lv carrv New York, but! uiuk.ng to hold it. .IU,' eisalppl, I.oiiliiitna, hiiiI ' ,''"or" '" Congiess is one of tviiiuh lit.au spirit which Is now in pov(.r York tho other night. You can that lio can lie 'olecicd trnhoiit .... i..u.. Don.ocnttio in bis eoustitnents hate just cause this nation. Tho prolecvo sot it down as fact that drover TIlK SOU I II AMI MlltTII WKNT. , New York as the N u .. leads the Germans. circiiniiB, anil is to feel proud. Rut few metubeis tariff and tho goueral Repitbh going to light-ni- l ml l.tco ouilio 'I'lie line Ii tlnro urjbly (ijuippeil anil in rtiiiu in ue nio si, ni.gest tarill iu- - cnuimand gieiiterinlliiei.ee. Asldo policy is ...ado and snsta.i.eil for ..irill (jiiesliou. ''riii-elciinilllloii, nm) pruriilr. un ( S 5 00 itnttitrii. irom lilr. mstncl anil Htate, the iho exclusive hencllt of tiio0 '" ,,,(, ''"'""' u',n celleiil nrriinemi.iit in lime n( throiicb ,.,., pha.es the Ionian ( ON:: of the Deinoeiatie party am Interesled liusiuessfs which llnurisl. in l(). ThU nmnunl to anynue wholieinteil Co. ctr A r'lvU'UK K la Iho Unit nnl con will prove tuny the preient ,n..ii.l e.invass is ,,,(,M fui'ifi tl,e D"iancratH linso iu Ids io eloeiion. Wo tvlll l pi.blicni. distilets and for the he. prupoioa one of Ihe loliinoiilnl., ronoern. teniunct! aeourel by " I.ln i t e Kxprei nny the uiiinhei of pinmiiieul pe.so.it. it'eat hopes of ciiirying it this iu the next House nil our tiled and hoof of thoso men who, being ii,e that Ihu womlcrfiii ellee.M of I.emon Chill Traim. Only a nlnhl'H rtile betweo" im: juilgob, MiidrMta, DcliiilHret nud year. trusted leudciH, and Mr. Stone's henellclaries of Mm i.olicies of hip Tmilo, nr not enulrie. Anyone 0111 wrila I.oill He anil Meinpbie. nnil Ihu beat anil riilakeat aertlcc between the two cilicii tnllei proft.so.s ,..,ee Repiild!. l(,ooi.sln and Michigan have high position in the paity makes Republican party, are le.nlt to !lltrinE article rnul tln ii. p.. its. who osiiMO it to be mint) ... it especially desirable tlmt ho he give money to the perpetuation ()f naniui, bill ''I.etiiuii Chill To nto1 atan Ii al " r o Here Kor lowrcat raiti, lima tbfe, and all lately, and have returned. Let (he Democracy tha he il nl a lllooj I'uriflir, a neneral1 known that thet ..redoing to vole of Republican powoi. l.i'inon Chill Tonld desired Inform anon ap pe to lonlo anil appetizer Tor Olevehiuil. Iishnus the tin- """ ''"'"'r.ilit! (.oteinors: This the old Linn lioy tl Distnct ficiii - u KIIH7. IIK.I.NKIt Aff'l, la a pieai ml na lemnnailj and at re nn mistakaiilo deptrtiire or the intel- gives a hope foi Clovel.ind In Mint their piesnnt ttoith.t and illsN. 0 A Hi I.. It. K. Hickman, K j TllH Tennessee IiepuhlicanBaro Ihe rec'ihir dollar ae. Aak for Imini MUKKKU., AKn, llgent a.Hl thoiigl.tfuJ element iu these tn States. tinguished Re.ieseutatlve Is distiacteil hee.11.so their '.,. Chill Tonia and inalat on Ktltiin; whit Or W. I. N N. h M. V.C.'o., Kliei.Tenn. tllO NoMll ffOlll I. llllttV W . T...i,m.1 M.iSiwlniunttu .... ........ i. l.w, fin it'n n ..l.u.t..,! In- n tiiiiiiiiiiiiuii 1. ... ,i ll li (ifiiifil kflMtmiilf Imi i'iimi MTk...ii yon aik for. Take no ulMtitii.e, bill gala ' iiP) tn tun iy n n m nlm n llllli'l lit. iiimiiii vi'iiiiiimii u tmM 'l t ' If it j itl Or J I. I'i HI. AN, Ajrent, tthi.tover its furiner iiieiits. has Demnctntle Govnrnur twice iu They owe it no less to themselves OHO 'ItiLntio'.i io wTiVrli for the People's niutr N N. A M. V "o., I'mlueali Jimrllun. outlived its tiru.ruliiess and and Mr. Cleveland, It and their own intetests than to vole, but because they w tro Price f.Oo. Kor ilo an'l gmranitcl by Or W. il.l'UOUTY, Qoi'l I'aia A'jtl. jcuuglit ut it. uouioun agent of tho inotioy power. ia claimed, is several thousand i the Douiocnicy or tlio niUloii." lyjuinillc, Ky Cowoiut. & Coon.t. exists. New lorklity will cp0. 'l'T, eir-elle- t Tailor, - Puiil 8Jp Caiiital $40,000,410. We offer Ilia tmt l.ihornl Arcotntnndntious to our diatonic! CoiiMsteiit vtlth Kulnbliahrd Ranking I'riiiilplrs. ."D R. - ....ra, ,,,,,,., .'.,. - aBl-in,- ;,, ul..,i a 1 ,.:" . ""'. " .. 11 .....,. iftr.t-rl..- ,f,M '" 1 4l.'. t C. RALTZKR. A. A. - ! .""""Z" Rnt.'il,.l y 11 t'oiiiiEiimi. noil T.TU.RR, .1 W I'OW KI.L, R. R. RRKVA IxRitS, W. A Mil I K, J. W t OWCM.L. I Xj S O T O I?. R "". f.t ''n' .a- 1 Snre 1t W X) , 1 1 11 -- R Viul SWAT IB, Donlor in wiNi:a AND r L DRCOS, MRDICINKS, SI'AHOMIRY, I'ANC GOODS L KJL'OIIS roil MP.DICAL .. 1 111111 r SINDRIRS, PAINTS, OILS, ' 'i- - I 111 i. " 1 111a , a f 1 1 . uoiiiiL-uuuui- 1 1 '"" i:,r.. 11 . . 0nl-- ..'.... ""Tr .,.'... - .. I 1111 I 1 .1 IT " 1 11 ft l 11 a i,,,i,.i Uru.-ijiti- .". .... ( - ""'" U0IlIlStB 1 PR KSC It I IT IONS rsn. SPECIALTY. "ol-,e- d j,,,,7 Eln dink-lautet- T, H'"-aiiu- ..'..; ... B. BRBTASDp "OLD Kiil.i a RELIABLE!" n aVtl Spltn.llil Mora of tbe 'try btil of ill Li ml. ol TINWARE, STOVES, e , j 11 ,.- -r E !'- .,., """"",;. T wmr&&m?A Wfo$&&Jt& -i w 1 jflKftj', tf HARDWARE, &e. which artolTcttJ al (IM! 1'IUCE, aoj it, at Ibv Terr luweal tbe loatkll Juil.Bii. All t;o)ii gnarauleril lo ?', 'l , "" 1 1 ",'' JFLo oflziiST Specialty '." m S- tt ai rtpriari.ltJ I e ""iiii 101-us .... - . . :.i - Courie; Job Office - s '"' - Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness and despatch. Bill Heads, Letter Ueads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Hall Tickets, i 111011 - - . i H Orlt-am- , d I riit, ''" 11 ,, a , nf""" nt-i- ia T floiii-in- "' "'i,'ii. - I - ro-.n- f I - I 1. 'I5 w j ,,n .Jr . I Business Cards. I We Guarantee Satisfaction. . N. V k. " " i - tatl ... .r'-tt..- . IH'L ?,, I l kMk. -- - - . rt r?niiwypwmwTWiia?K .jtiiz!rMa..i-- fr T.irr7iTiiJejii.a? 'w; ,C Mf mMmr CUBA!' &OODS a 1 l w T fi f) e, "l-Viii- t HOLD OH. BBS s f IW jmn 1 VERY BEST DUKSS GOODS. G tiKtll cent Ladies Hue. Ti iTiit Mem iSouku, ,1") eent llnvi I'uutd. .") f, ,?: Ml Soys HniK .'() .Mens .Suits. I li'i cents litilty .Shoe, ss ecuti Mutton Shoe., ! cents Ladies ltuttuu Sinn- xo eeiits .Mens yinM'i, nil tflnl. .Mi-M'S -- I I Mllld. olid. The THE 33 Cash Store, ant lhst "nliii. worth Cc. cents Hot Dome-tiThe finest line in town. The latest tiling in all the popular (lie I'.lonchol Domestic, sold everywhere at 8c. Miudcs. Trimmings to match in everything that is new. SJo of Loom," Hlcach Domestic. u SI. SO Nest Ladies Slioc on eattli for the money, worth f,2.j0. UV. Hjo ('anion Flannel, worth flu. L.tnut ulvli- lint, rnmo to Pen II1?. tf t.nit Jeans. 2" cents 10 CLOAKS Have just ree'eived our new Cloaks bountiful styles. Mi cents .Jeans, woitli In fact, wo can show you anything yon want, at miv price yon want, ami guarantee $ ih.i3:xJ1iLflxisrESjFa.-!irii.-in- f All-Wo- - !ES f3 TP VALTJK FOE. jvlxtihl Jrade yard-wideHe-Iiii'ii- 4"" Tin Courier tuny not lie i.lilc'OUR .!OH COUNTY CAMPAIGN. to tell you why, like hoiuo nf tun big dally paper, lint no this bless AHnt:lli OoxMlmiirN Cluir-ntt- i. Good Democratic Work. eil I'liilu.v before tin election of next Tuesduv we fuel It in nur old Tho County Democratic camlioui'H t It ii t Cleveland In going to ttelVniN mill paign Iiha been progressing fairly lie elected, mid its a poweifut Hot Kliut. A.1STD 1STO WOuSTDTZ:!. wo this week, interrupted homocomforting feeling. PRIC13 LIKK TIIKSK AUK MOUND TO OU13ATE A UUSII ! The otherwise quiet, plnctd, Tim friends of the candid". hvlint by the rain. ' Friday nlulit last Mr. John W, nltled, hiiiI courteous contcKt for for Hlierlft uro 8 tlrrlnn nnmnl ca.s viia:?r cnnsMeralily of late. Tula i the Cnirglll made splendid speech ut Circuit .ludgo, In this District, ho only local tight In vvlucli there is Montgomery Mr. . S. Wilson,' t ween 8. h. Crosslaml and N. P. Pcet Calico for .1c. . Domestic, 5c. Good been rudely disturbed ' "e.M.bl.cans, was bil.ed toiMossJias .,. fnX; of kTulnrM nm. "Fruit of the Loom" Domestic, SJc. Cowgill, but, though irrH.by a printed circular Issued rust courtesy prcwill between the Canton. Flannel all the way from ."c. signed by Mr. John T. Ilnlingcr.of ' eat, declined to speak. Ueil Flannel, I."c. candidates and their friends. Cross-NeOtay Twilled Flannel, loo Helore insuring your life,' Wedues.li.j night, Mr. K.T. Ty- tJrnvcs county, in which rvr Wool Units (Shepherd's) per lb. ion. 11. It, Kt.l.lHON anil get liii 'rl addiessed tlie Watson .School hind's official and persoiinl Unsecured arn, full weight, per lb. COc. on the new Distribution JJcuse Club, on whteh occasion ,,cter is violently assailed. '' W Ihiu met hi... in joint Finu Saxony Vara, all colors, per hank, fie. Pollelrs now oflVre.l by the "Old ' y WlMh(e8(lly Mr Crjssland, Cood Carpet Warp, all colors. L'Oc. scusslon. Tler's speech Is re. In event of death, Mutual." Humboldt Joans, 33c perled to u as unusually strong '" "Peoeli lu CitA Hull, read the lore the expiration of twent ears, all premium returned to ami good, anil Ins ictory comlete Hobuger circular, nnil iroceeded Ilcnvy Stripe Shirting. SJe. Women's Calf Mutton Shoe (solid) O.lc. gelher with the face alue of the Wilson Is understood to be a Km- - to defend himself from Its Womuu'tj Grain Button Shoes (solid) $1.25. A l I'MtKXIS P'lldiiau on the taritl- oulj, take BalolH MI ,,0ured some red hot r.:(l'.l2 , Men's good, strung Moots, $1.7,0 ..,.,., the position that he s bittern opIt tt . It in to Leep the know lion "' , -- The Ladies' Democratic Clnl. Krc l, ,le......i..,.,. ..!,., f,.r. ,.i ",,l i,,t0 "nln'RW1 bin own vtg- Men's .'hllilreti Hi .Shorn It seems, Underwear, suit (shirt and drawer), $1.00 iicieral cluuncler in sometimes, ns the were detenniu ofinm n nii Imtiiier lo the eluti i.ii ti,.. it.., 1.50 Men's fancy wool Underweur, suit n day. that polls the largest vote for IMS favored it, that HarrUou oroui and plain Kagllsh, mincing Men's natural wool ed to uriir them out In " " " " 1.30 C'eielniHl before I'J oVIoek on f.n ored it, and that the KeedUe-'n,- , They run, )iiiii, drug their toed words in his teiritlc arraign- Double width Tricot Drees Gooda, (all wool), li7,c .Mo... puhhean Congress tried to make lirvlew. unytlilui; to wi'uroiil their Shoitn next Tuesdav. ,lpllIMcIllt,0IIl U atsnn's, Crave', .Sim n law, but that somehow the ,, ,. A n'linlih hIioi uen .er, iiiirkly. gomerC J ,M Yon will quickly see Hint it is to your interest to patronize us. "B circular as read, nious. Saiinderi.' and Htubbs' are Itepuhllcan party has now aban- TO 3UT TBB IT H YT 8G5T I the contesting clubs. Tho lllck doi.ed It. Mr. filer had Wilson citea borne caes charging that to hold the platform of 1USS whilst Crosrdnud prosecuted a certain The "l,lltl (intnl School Slioo" In man club is not included. Dr. John W. Naxlor. of Cavce. "(.ijier reau urn piatiorm or poor man In Oraves county vigor- the HKST, and only to he found "'- - UieiDIM llllll IIIC ously. and let up on a certain rich Ht lULTZKit ,V BlIAwV. irl.n I. iill,.,li,.,r ..nnr. nf In. Y Polvclinic School "ording w,.s about thu same, turesatthoN. strong-o- l man, both charged with like " York Cit v. writes the Courier '''I'1 "l"1." IWW CrossLind, in defense, er, and ul. read him other utterNKNVS. dale Oct.lWth: "TLe Demo statement ol the tacts in emiH lime Hut ihti here :unl ilnn'i "ces ni ut puoiiean leaders, snow-li- gU) -- Vole almost aeon "? that they now favor it. Wil- - each case, which clearly showed Ann forget it. I ceded fact that this c.tv will give son announced that lie had not that ho had discharged his utile i.il Vote early. from :,0t0 to 100,000 demoeratie leismd how he whs going to vote, dutv honorablA In both cnes. Voir the Democratic ticket. and it is thought by iininj of his Tlie Molingerclictilar cited some majorilj." ileinoeriilio iieiii.iiiiiliiiiee tlntt lie ,..,. tuL-,-, toil... C.nirt of An. dny. Tuenihi,, ii election ()nr Llllles' Fine SIlOC CStl- udllol,. fur u fm, llr.-..tdf ,.,.in.iand tlmt ECxV'vTE rwSC:32V3D I ., ,,,,., In- other I'e. I,. l'r..tul Democrat, make no mistake not xcelled ill stxle, In nice- l, . iii I lu r.mrnuni.tiwl ntliug nor in good wear. Our nnidicniH. All auree that Tiler' nkti,. ir.,inim- lnncniiiM In detiotin iiImiii onr vole. ... " i.., ..i. r n llllll 1. Ulll i. lllll i. ..i in liuililllli III argaiuent on the Foico tilll was eing h witness in open court. In rr7-1 T I'm a crnuN under the f these respects, mid in both liner, "I nvineing. reply Crosslnnd acknowledged N QTXfJ K leot iict Tnetilny fcWW-WAwe will show. In heavy goods, ex S, Wfki Mr. A. W. Mn.lsay goes to S.is. tmt he had the unfortunate hubit Ei'-we've jjot 'em on the celle.it values at price that can sn'ras Midge to (Iha and of sometimes using profane Ianlntnry In the air. miii. There'i mil be beaten elsewhere, same mid Mr. .lames ltoystor to Madrid guage, which was wrong, and lio'nnd do not hesitate to s.iv flint tho election is lhe best, ever urn- A full line of Sudillery mid value considered, llend precinct. then stated tho facts of tho case ilucei in this market. t7r 1 the very lowest oiler tlie-- e good M.w.TZKit it Shaw. lo 7 Al.l'Kitt) .M(MAMi;t,. llariieKit. Judge Niivlor and Sheriff John- - Unit provoked the language, ntiout price, and will make special eifo.t to sitKty all at my custonierd in Under the new election Un son go to the Ca.vce, Lodgton and ;in folio ah: An old man. till years Let no Democrat ucleel or (Quality, Style and Price ! forj;et hiniluty. Vtiteeaily in the each political parly Is entitled to I niton dUtncis to carrA election - of age. was Indicted by the grand A Tlie attention of the Ladies is especially called to my iit- booths &., and democratic vol- jmy of Graves county for outappoint n challenger at each moriilnt;. will he opened on raging the 10 year "Id orphan school ing precinct lo represent Ins pr-''"(iCt Into the ileiiiflcrntlc. tmnil tj. The item ocrut have appointMr. '" iicndu. on Cowgill and nelct of his wife, to whom he wncon, Iidvk. if ou iluii'i want to ed MiifiisDoildsiitCllyUiill.mil ,,,,K-- ' Muirell. account of hhouliI have stood as a protector lost in the fog. George Carpenter at the (' art sickness, did not till appointment mid giand rather, but the old man, insteml, came into court confess- Democrat, be at Hid pollH House, No co.npele.it votei of t Lodgton district. i .. i i i iri .i rr tt ,. vi nip torn, in; illicit relations and swore lio P"t "P '" '""S10 , attorni, . will. Liimmins ro riiaicu. tnrl Tuetilay morning nml you any pnrty win no eu.narrasseii in ' , in latest shades, the Iriist, hut illegal voters laid 'lillilic:i like to Like "V.C.C. ufler lie to still further blacken bcrges, Hennerta-- lulie-- Cloth, broadcloth, arc ure not to lone yinn nle. ' fVrliilii t Mil nrc," flic ptcii.. and miii tho character of his 1GI Plain and Twilled Flannels, all colors, from the cheapest to the hellei wnl nil out. Wheat ivii worth from Wic'l uil ii.. (1 uarniilccil cure for .war old uelce. In argueiiig the Dest quality. Mr Pat Cuslck. on MotnhA', Xtiitv and Alnlaria. 'case he (Crosslaml) did denniineoj to $1 tier Imnhel four vear uro. ' A I so. Tab!" D'.rnnsk, lmfwn, bleached ami colored, all qualities, uiiilrr (.'lo eliiml. Vou know tho felled a white oak tree.1 in the t Ity' I'lliv liMl ci .. HnUMMnit, For bj llrurgist, him as ad d infamous old linr, Xuiikins w Lite mid colored. Cemetery, more than feet ill ok, prion uou. . . ,, and whilst admitting that tie ought blst ai)ii ..rptticst assortment of Handkerchief,. Laces, and In splitting it up found 'hat not to have used II..1 Lord's oi.i.ii-.- . Enil.roMenci ..... Ribbons, ever bhown in this market, and are hell- Stone will eel more. xoteHlh.in lu the heiiitor ceulet had 'i.,.. vel In- - told the who o truth, and . L t,lcm Clerrlaod in tin county, iir a) cut a notch of ,r or t! indie., and SPEAKING vcrJ fj,t nothing but the truth, In this lc,inB iiUiiiliiM or Kcpulilicaiirt evpeut lo a huge chip or bloul: taken thero-froNemitor Ilciirj' IScorr, iiouiicing the old wretch. vote for him. and in thr many a eats since f ! The Molinger circular further Keep it before the people, that it was cut at least VI inches of Sonator Henry George will with getting charges Crosslaml the polln open at 7 ami clout) ut I outside glow id had enclosed it on of Fulton drunk, itc. Crosslnnd, in reply, tin o'clock, mill that (hey mint stamp all sides. Nails were also found Children's Ladies ami Children's Shoes of the verv best makes. admitted that ho did sometimes lu this center. The most curious county, nt City Hall, beneath the rooster. Sskiuic hei l4. .11.1 ia ... .1....1 . ..... ..,... .!... I... lllll till i. .it. R.linl v..v.., i!lli lnwd-- iiiiil Qiirmcr Ladies , !i ilip-ii- .... tlin f.linniwwl. f, lllll In11lt.nl IIIIMII """ "lllll UV the exactitude with and Children, of the best i( 0)(1ll( i,ut uppenleil toonclal Woolen and C.tton Hosiery for With wheat at 57 cent, tin feature iviin in healing and cover- 2 o'clock p. in .. on line Issues of the Presidential cam- - record t prove that ho had never brands. Children's llo-double-kn- it knee, heel and toe. farmer are not MihIIiil' much of with uatiiie, the j;reiit prosperity pictured by ing the wound, was reproducing pilgn. Kvcriholy Invited. done so to the. detriment or nog Med llbnkets and Comforts. each splinter, scar and indenture. Itcpubllemi npell biuilet. jlect of any olJicial duty. I would call special attention to tho Il i to be seen at thu comity lie above coustltutedatiout tho I Wrap3 ! New go clerk' olllce. It should, and prob-nblltM'K ItltoH' tlnvplace to to have.'inr c.e tented and llttetl New Fall Wrap now on exhi- siibstanco of the Molinger chargwill, lie sent to the Wotld's es, and Crosslaml then turned his to Siiectiii'h'H of all kiud.1. S:2'J 1IALT.KK it SlIAW'8. bition nt Fair at Chicago. attention to (JIpvoIjjihI ir Harrlnn will be ttir We are showing some atIIOLIMSIX'S KOTOUIOU8 OIIAU-Aleiled Picrtlileiit. Weaver i not tractive wtyles in now Dress Goods CITY HALL. MONDAY NIGBT HPrin?iirH?.Tr'ff IKK. IL, ii ITil MLi LH JL ? in It, eveept lo Injure ('le eland Our splendid values in Storm 1st. Ho nald that John Molinger in Kentucky ami TounOHttco. Serges, Illuminated Serges, School for Instruction. ,.,.... i.,i....i nn .i Work Shirts, light and heavy had held his Miiooerous circular Saline Caehiuircs, new est Under the new election law ... uacu until within a few days of!nsy 1'".e Vf , ellects in Mlack goods &C , me Woolen Underwear, Uiiolen and Lottou Hosiery, dlove.s, weight The Democrats will hold nn open the election to prevent theru'll be no whIIiiiu to see reTu-selling fast. Ladies are warned meeting", "which nay the fmj; i ijoiiij; lo Monday night, at City talion of its lies, and, as Hollngerl White Murts, Suspenders and Xcckwc: ir js more complete than ever. Also, a full line of lioot-- , Shoes. Hats and Caps of all kinds jump" before cahtiii .Miur vite. uol to do themselves the injustice Hall, for the pui pose of instruct. h"ated, to throw all the Third of liit,ing elsewhere befoic seeDo net fail to sec ray elegant line of mo lignum .1. D. Smith, Prohibition Dr. "' ivepuouea.. log each other the details of how ing our display. .Ciosslnud and for Moss, caudldHte for CoucrcN, will ad' Kit it Shaw. 107 Halt. to vote, how to ticket. iVc.t .,,,, n a;,d that Molinger was drcHM the citizen of Hickman to! under the new election law, and prompted to this dirty work by the City Hall. morrow night at Kkyh tho Thir.lpartylle, will lo select democrats who ate wil- - malice and hatred, becausu ho IiVeryhodj Hinted, ladle incut have to hustle to gel more votes ling especially. My line of light, medium and heavy weight Overcoats is unsurto devote Tuesday to instruct- - '(Crossland) had prosecuted Geo. lliau Dr. Smith, the Prohibitionist, Ho nger (oil John's brother) ;Mnv. passed for style and fit. Come and tee them. A winter Ii coming on, il and Dr. DeMoo, the lieptiblran, ing democratic voters. i... and ,,0 ,ocori,8 of IB A full stock of would he well for on to examine will heat Keys at h'.ist 1000 votes. all deinoorats aro expected Hcltl city court; that George your clilmne.vH and IIiicn to ncc And Stone will get aioro votes you know yon can help linger was .Moss' brotlier-iu-law- , If if they are in ooil ciiinlillon and than all three combined. Instruct others; If you don't know- mid that thu two Holingera were no ilaiiKcr ilf lire breaking nit iriinjrto wreak their revenge PltKSIDKNT llAltltlHON boasts ou can bo Instructed. The by defeul in them, that placing sugar on the free list tlou booths, legal sample ballots, against him for doing his sworn Queens ware, Cil.tsswn.re, Hardware, Doors, S.ish. Paints and Oil The Firnt District Hducalional has saved the consumers of this .tc, received. All election on hand, and will not be undcrold! Crnssland then read Gov. S7 000,000. Then why ceis and oiiaiiengers specially in AHoeiatiou will lie held hi Mur- conntiv ray sometime during the present not nut wool on the free list and vlted, letter charging John Ho- linger. Gen. Payne and others, mouth. There will likely be a relieve them of twice as much WVJI 1U o.xtortlng money from peace laigc attendance of teacher from more in the cost of clothing 1 Situation WailLGa I nil the cnuutic In tho disttict. As Circular Sawyer or Engineer. !nllJ "l1"1 1,,ni"1"1,l)1l 1,,,,,,S!0"8, ".V1Dr.Mocit.VTH should not be suria the. bent Klour. prised to see a perfect land slide Can give reference ns to "Hi,li; "l0 I'vileral soldiery at Paedr Arbitrator ilitcah for said oppressions and ability and cha.acter. Address Hold exclusively by in favor of Cleveland no.xt Tues'ALitr.ur Cox, Hickmau, Ky. dishouoralilo inn poses. 'I hero Stone cverltistiuuh mined Keys DU.l ALi'ltKii .MuDANir.l,. were somo old citizens in the au day, seeming his election by tlie ll", rejoinder at li Ho .,,.., !,i,..i ....' Democrats, don't vote n de. biggest majority in the history cf ... . - L? ,...i..ii..u-j. ...,., .,..., iiiueieiii iiiuin ..r uic riiiiu fee.tive ticket, for it won't be the country. We don't count on South come the news that Demo- - "d said that the charges "worn certincato proving. Otlke oner Hickman lUuk. counted. If .vou make a mlHliiko it, but mau.v leadeis piedlut It. eiats vvho have been Inclined to Den. Payne, Hollnger, itc, wero t lint iveyb was tho owner of largo in placing the cross, blur, or in go off arter the People's party are notoriously lute. CroKslaud's do- blocks of railroad stock, notwith-cominHICKMAN, KV. Tin: lowu Democrats are light any way mutilate It, take it hack buck home. They wro llud-- i nunciatiou of Molinger and his btiindiii(r his territio dciiunciatioii l Will prmucll lo nil liiiilnrmi lug like they expected to win that to the clerk and got a new' ticket. ...... .u - ..,....- lo Ms C'irD. mclill'00 ,.(. .,, next TucHtlu.v. From 80,0(10 liiK mil nun imi State pnr,inpoB" on urues. eo iiiiiil' in iiiu niiiiiMi Put the X beneath the rooater, Itopnhlicuu majoiity to it Demo I.OimUg lllll II llcpilllllCilll lllll lll,h" " mane mid be Hiiro that you do it before cratlc victory is a big jump in I'.' etely tlmt its leaders are but the " persecuiion towarit urossianil '"" ''"parijiuis prcseui A. W. LINDSAY, o'clock in thu afternoon, ut yeais, but llnwjrcnl West never pliant tools of that party, mid they for tho vigorous dischaiL'o of a break to leave when Ivevs clos oil, acknowledciug thereby how which hour the polls close. If does things bAuilvcs, One uued will no longer give encouragement sworn duly, oxeitod you attend to thin properly he will uol be surprised at Iowa going to the movement. IIIOKMAX. KY. crow aweelly lor you the uot day Democratic Tuesday. Democrats shouted OlDoo wllh It, S. Alurrvll. and provoked tho tornflo scathing ?"t!,111B,nR,, Mim i' Alntiers. election. nftor the Mj " "" ,ln ' stay mid tako their " Spenklnt; uliml tlm ttge reinlnil in of by his issuing this now famous'10 til 0 til II 0. 6y liny Strouso V Urns' High ALlttU Girl' Tl7nfHfd PI I lWiVm ll' Rlfn lh Lrmon nlr,,nl,.r Art Clothing, c(iial to the best Mr. Moss' frionds ntithorlzo the by note I'rlles imlnhieil .0 mo, Mrj. Iirf n Trraeott are kvry nr of H'O l'uilnoih open Iiohso, itml one Mr tiillor-madTo be had LMirmcuts. . or nccounl, are rripiexte.l o come forwarJ New Advertisements. LUten statement that Moss in in no way crt of lliv Oov. I,l;li'li(iii,. m Sutnl ltncli r l'n.lnoi'i ti'M Unowii IlAl.T.Klt it Smaw. only of t nnrs nn l tfitu-- , or t 'if r cliiiin will lie "I.i'inou Ohentlc! Uo responsible for the HolliiL'cr cir Midi., nntl try lile.., wllh a il.iiii'l.ir wlmt ha ) pUcfd In the h tii'li of n olliofr for coU li.k cular:, and that in his speech nt If you do not want to vote for four vfars nlil. Limt .Vi.ril m!h m i .be,, Jikitiiiilllil. r'li , nu.l Nuw York rollowi-,- will, Hii I Iihvb iniM ,r,.I urial p" mirriii linne mi tevrral oceii. lj0t Ou he pilhllclVSO declared. 1,HH,000 SnoltCS U'llllteil.'coal, V mean wlit I"" ni mereojr Hve any one man on our ticket, you .low., will. .vii.-lI hit CoiikIi mil liiriilnn liili, I'eTor !)., ur .imoa Chill Toulo hj. wiTTI.m feim olntiilni- Ih .illil,n Nt Mump opposite mi inn of the id ii JOHN One million Hickory Spokes! ben.Heitl rMi.t.H, U, :" M iai. t bom.. Ami l),tr..n tn.,,.,,1 her, i,i IIIO UOUIier lOlorfl to lljihllggl) every man for whom you do want III viil.i,li 8ro womf ini'Mly, .null i,c IM.ns so .leilnl llifre l no illllloully In aiK, llini Wanted, to bo llelivored Tr""i m,vm .i ..TwxTTr atlMr-.-- Then to vote, if you put the scratch W.. mrre l,n...ir..l of i In Kk. 1'rlc,, ll.j ,mnl bccnilBO of that fact. , t L B I I N K. Bro ,, the o I. W W- - O I of n pencil on your ballot to erase Irlf.lu.Mror Klim'sXfwi. ll.unvry nn.Ufipr ..l.ailenl. VTldlFllio mu.ml of mull- Siw.kn ll.',.,,i..i 1,',,- -t III..I,' ., . ... ,..-- .. ,",' ..!.... iwo mui ii iir hnuiw, wnH ,, ll4iiiiiN'ioiii.im..iiorimiir.ie.. ' nunine or for any other purpose, iho " '''' lU. in...! .leMiit lo take; mail )p. 'U,,,,frtr "lull ldliest l.lHy Tliey N "v ,,.iioii., yon destroy your ballot. Tim beat IH.rnwy In viuth li hv. n'rcod n largo uuinher """V prloo will bo paid in cash. market TU "p,V? ,0 1".u" a" "r'lcl, hula- hn.li on RMihm it "'J,,,11 "" wKi.i in .iM v. i wruln in ,0 "noiw,ooJ'' r ' IfepuliliciitiH Into tho For further Information apply to plan Is to take.your ballot Ntiaight vi.'i mny ca triil uoiCtfhte nt o. 'a.i m.l tk. mo shIihiIiuim For by Cow ome mI ce, U corner of Troy ,, JiuilUW. Democratic party. Hvlwuib'i liruS iiorn. and make no mistake. TVLi:i Ky i4ii.ui. i. iiI Mjcw A;i.uc, Ki UUkmi-n - iki,i.;c:k si is you X1 XX - ji-ixsoisr huy H. 3 MOKTBY! & MW. HIK&sIL: Boor! nwm ami nfiitniAtvrs' national bank, M. co. u Ijc nam. s ., JMZ -- y S . '. BUC.A. CAfal:, li. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIBBOTOHS. J TUOUFtOS, It ALKXAMT.tt. I. Jmlfu C. L. JIANL'LE, J N. JJKAULliS, it. A. "n-e- t If. nOCMANAX. PrMt.lnilj J. J. C. I!(IU'UANT, All-Wo- Clilr; J.N. nl ; . I'.EAlt'.KK, Jr , H. I.. Al.rX-ANPK- Aetitnit-Ciiler- - e char-rate- s 1 J&m s Jin: ac d (Succcsaorto POWKLL& BRO.,) miMe! nccu-polic- I - 1 4 1 - - red-wo- m ,,,, ., Having bought tho Grocery Stock of Powell & Uro., will continue tho old stand, and announces to the pubbusiness at that lic that ho is making largo additions to tho stock, and will keep any and everything in tho well-known jsc jtjc j. ss , QSSTSHA3E Lino. QmOQSmy LOCAL .i . I BALTZHR & SHAW. Further announcement through the Courier will be made ns new goods arrive ex-Ne- mt - s The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker! '43v It ncyer bolls orer. No tlcam or oilor on lulo I lie rcora. Food cunnot tcorch. FOR SALE I1Y ct escajc - Clei-iduml- r - - , - I M? i li mi KENTUCKY. HICK MAX, - toon-tui'- n .11-- I lto, Wh& W llltiS Xl . Slcaras up in 3 minutes. All .lit nu.rlmt'nt, rlclmrsi. ami (laor of the fooJ - retnineil. illk IB Call nod we II. Ii jujl l be Iking yen want, KeJ no watching. An J you ought l hare III - - pt D&ESS GOODS, A-c- i TliEOLDSILIABLK OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dcnlcr n DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AHD DYE-ST0FF- 3, t'vt. V !,,. ii-c- ad-dre- s soes -e, i ,., I5ICMJIAN, JCV. smoes - PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 55 o o o a Z3D m co ' 1 1111 . "! It S T JUM l Fall o C. 33 1 FURNISHING GOODS a . 9 DE- - cj SJ o : tT3 l$ C s m 5 tTTK 1 O o l ... '"' '" v Men and Children's Clothing tt h tt oa 9 ra uHrmt! JWHBiV pjr7 -- "-. Young & Bro. DCALtKS IN -- ( Ho-ten- - elee-tliu- s FANCY GROCERIES, 11. w- Ma KUU1S Don't You Forget 'r ii v rr -- It! Ol Witting II!Ht AHHlll'tlllUllt olli-'dut- con-btantl- v Staplo and Fancy tll Hrntn-lotto'- s Mist-clas- s ! AMBSRG. Attorney at aMi-m- GROCERIES FRUITS, CliutDU GROOERIES I"olllll IIT .,!....TT... 111 ..,., ii. . n..ii,i asto,''1 - e. t. na vis c. r.ivn iii-iGoods ilrlivereil COAL! 1'ITTBHURO, HICSMAN! A i to any 'L'n l. TittALi of the Cit rl w, ft , lt Door Est of Laole.le Hotel, (Ml EL'111'.KA, COAL I HICKMAN, KY. g ... Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 1 HICKMAN', ltexldenoc Ul KKNTCCKY. ltuv ILLINOIS LU P, mill ANTHRACITE, In nv (iianlllfn ilt'slrrtl, wide-Hprea- KYtaftaKi?lllK!!i! ','," """"" aJ III 4 Office aJjjtnliig Ju Igo KingII 'J5 U2 A. P. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAX, -- ul nr FARIS & PARKER, m HICKMAN, : KBKTOCKY T I C I Take Notice! I 111 1 hjickman . garble DltLIt II Works, AT. i riHri-m- KENTUCKY. )o('I i , IIICKMAX, on I ., ... iins o- -t , lliiip - lllarkmnliini VVlUOII'., &C II 1 yX IIYE nNo MK V MM. ilone, I when you rflloelllg lino of or II ri'piri wn. C. EAMAGE, Marblm TOMIl ANH tlKAVK STOS Ed. In mock, a fine lot of ,- - , KI-ik- '. I n. ."n llfo-tlui- ,,, kt-v- fn Italian ami American MONUMIINTSI. V Family Groceries ' I Cl, i o 0 Common, Itovnun'l, niel Solid llliu-YI wldoli ean he fin oil nut Cuillm .mil on short noliie, ami at rearunable tip Undertaker's Goods, 's, prl'i' lili- in 'i '"all. loV Ship near the Jail. uijy'.'O-ss Italian Marble, I an pra-p- a red lo till all ordert. Call and latalna tav work Orders from the counlff rrouplly HAV1NII t 5lld. te TxSMgfli J "mtSM Hf.'!!?! ,kt ' 'Tf . iTfrarrfkir U TimimBML r, WVMOn j& mLtoswm&WiuxumMAmmmmmiiimm! yr Kjrm'y fly very high. During fie summer, when they lire In tho tlold. lhIv 'tcn nt como within reneh of the pins flight The Roaring Winter Storms Are Now when they start for the annua' southwnrtl they take their pi1'0 aniiKu Heard. straight as nn nrrow to the mark. Tho longest rlllc that waa exer brought to ihiimIs liilirlll riolmlNo'tliPrn H'lnils l'alnre the shoulder can tiol reach them. 41llllrrliiK Hip llrlrrxt In Urn Would to God that wo were as wlso as ii.. imhrr 1 111 I'miki " Tal- "- tho stork and crano In our flight I rom Hi" l'rml "I s'" tlrm Wo fly so low that wo nro mage's crinon. within easv reach of flm world, tho brought tho devil. llcsh I)r Talmnpc took for lili text Inst down nndtemptations We are not to by thntou?lit Jeremiah vlll., T: "The utoile Kuiidav, come within a mllo of reaching us Oh, in tlic'iicuvcii Knoweth licr appointed for somo of tho fnlth of George Muller, turtle, nr.it the crane, nml time; anil the once observe the tlmo of their of England, nnd Alfred Cookman, tho swallow tho my people Iiiioh not tho of the Church militant, now; of coming; but Church triumphant! So poor is'tho typo jndirmcntof tbc Lord." In the Church of God now When God would et fast a beautiful of piety Idea thought, lie plants It In n tree. When that men actually caricature tho Is any tnch thing as a higher that lie would put It afloat, lie fashions It life. there did not believe In eagles. Moles Into n tlih. WhcrPHe would have It elide the air, Hut, my brethren, because we havo;ot ourselves, shall lie moulds It Into n bhd. My text renched those heights thore nro any w e deride the fact that fpcuUs of four birds of beautiful talking the Mori.-- , of such stronjj affec- such heights? A man was once famous engineer, about tion that It Is allowed familiarly to to Ilruncl, the tho railroad from London come, in Holland and Germany, nnd the length of said: "It Is "build Its nest over the doorway; tho to llrlstnl. The engineer not very great. Wo shall have, after a mlnR-llnturtle-doe- , In color white, nnd black, and while, a stenmer running from England They laughed him to brown, nnd ashen, nnd chestnut; the to New York." have gone so far now with voico lllfo the clang of a scorn; but wo rrnne, at any trumpet; the swallow, swift as n dart that we havo ceased to laugh achievetdiet out of tho bow of heaven, falling, thing ns Impossible for human Imposmounting, skimming four birds started ment. Then, I ask. Is 1any thing do not, believe centuries sible for tho Lord? by tho prophet twcnty-flvnuo. vot llvlne on through the ages, that God exhausted all Ills grace In svith rousing truth under glossy wing l'nul, nnd Latimer and Edward Tayson. points nnd In the clutch of atout claw. I sup-no- I bollovo there nro higher reached of In It mav havo been this very season Christian attainment to bo rtrniUrUUn to the of the year uutumn and tbe prophet the future age (bat l'nul wont up world. You tell mo nt at doors, tlilriklnir of thn imperii o tho Alps of Christian attainlence of the people of Ills day, hears a tip-toment then I Ull you that the stork givnt cry orer head Xotr, you know It is no easy thing nndrano have found above the Alps for one with ordinary delicacy of eye- pleaty of room for free flying. We go sight to look Into the deep blue of the out and we conquer our temptations by noonday heaven; but the prophet looks (he grnco of God, and lie down. On the tip, nnd there arc Hocks of storks, and morrow those temptations rally themturtle-dovennd cranes and swallows selves and attack us, and by tho grace draivn out In long lines for lllght south-war- of God we defeat them again; but, stayAs Is their habit, tho cranes had ing nil the time In the old encampment, nrranged thcmsclvei into two lines wo have the same old battles to fight making an nnglc, a wedge splitting tho over. Why not whip out our temptanlr with wild velocity, tho old crane, tions, and then forwanl march, making svlth commanding call, bidding them one raid through the enemy's country, onward; while the towns, nnd the cities, stopping not until we break ranks nnd the continents slid under them. after the last victory. Do, my brethThe propUet, almost blinded from look- ren, let us havo some novelty of coming into tho dazzling heavens, stoops bat, at any rate, by changing, by godown nnd begins to thlnK how much ing off, by making advancement, tradsuperior tho birds are in sagacity about ing on our stale prayer t about sins we their safety than men about theirs; and ought to have quit long ago, going on toward a higher state of Christian charlie puts his hand upon the pen, nnd to write: "The stork in the heaven acter, and routing out sins that we Itnowethhcr appointed time; and tho have never thought of yet. The fact Is, turtle and the crano and tho swallow if tho Church of God If we, as Indiobserve tho tlmo of their coming; but viduals, made rapid advancement In thn my people know not the judgment of Christian life, these stereotyped prayers we have been making for ten or fifteen the Lord." In the years would be as inappropriate to us If you were in the field clump of trees at th corner of, tho fiold ns the shoes, nnd the hats and the coats you would see a convention of birds, we wore tenor fifteen years Rgo. Oh, noisy ns the American congress tho last for a higher flight In the Christian life, night before adjournment, or as the the stork and the crane In their migraEnglish parliament when some unfortu- tion teaching us the lesion! Dear Lord, and shi.l wo ever lire, nate member proposes more economy in A t this poor dying rite the queen's household a convention of Our love so faint, soco'.J to Tnee, blrdf all talking at once, moving and And Thlno to us so great? passing resolutions oji tho subject of Again, 1 remark that tho birds of the migration; some proposing to go to- air are iser than we, because they morrow, some moving that they go to- know when to start If you should go day, somo moving that they go to Brazil, out now and shout, "Slop, storks and tome to riorlda, some to the table- cranes, don't bo in a hurry!" they would lands of Mexico, but all unanimous in say: "So, we can not stop; last night the fact that they must go soon, we heard tho roaring In tho woods bidfor they have marching orders ding us away, nnd the shrill flute of the from tho Lord, written on the north wind has sounded the retreat. of tho frost Wo must go. We must go." So they first white sheet und in the pictorial of the changing gather themselves into companies nnd leaves. There Is not a better kingfisher, turning not aside for storm or mountwren, or ain top or shock of musketry, over land or a chaffinch, or n partridge but and sea, straight as an arrow to the n plover, or a expects to spend tho winter at tho mark they go. And Uyou como out outh, for the apartments havo already this morning with a saeT of corn and lecn ordered for them in South America throw It In tho fields and try to get or in Africa; and after thousands of them to stop, they nre so far up they miles of flight, they will stop In tho would hardly see It. They are on their very tree where they spent last Janu-nry- . way south. You could not stop them. Farewell, bright plumage! Until Oh that we wcro as w Ise about the best spring weather, nwayl Fly on, great time to start for God and Heaven! "band of heavenly musicians! Strew "We say, "Walt until a little later in the continents with music, and whether the season of mercy. Wait until somo rfroin northern fields or Carolinian of theso green leaves of hope are all Bwamps, or Brazilian groves men sec dried tip and havo been scattered Wait your wing, or hcaryour voice, may they until next year." After a while we liethink themselves of the solemn words start, and it is too lute, and we perish of the tot: "Tho stork in the heaven in tho way, when God'n wrath 1? kindled 3nowcth her appointed time; and the but n little. There nre, you know, exturtle and tho crano and the swallow ceptional cases where birds have started observe the time of their coming; but too late, and In tho morning you have any pcoplo know not tho judgment of found them dead on the snow. And tho Lord." there are those who have perished half I propose, so far as God may help me, way between tho word and Chr'.st. this morning, carrying out the idea of They waited until the last sickness, the text, to show that the birds of tho when the mind wnB gone, or they were mlr have more sagacity than men. And on the express train going at forty il begin by particularizing by saying miles nn hour, nnd they came to the that they mingle music with their vork. bridge nnd the "draw was up" and The most serfous undertaking of n they went down. How long to repent liird's life Is this annual travel from the and pray? Two seconds! Twoseconds! Hudson to tho Amazon, from tho To do work of and to Thames to tho Nile. Naturalists tell us prepare the the vasta eternity In two for Ithat they arrive there thin, and weary, seconds! I was reading of an entertainmnd plumage rufibJ, and yet they (jo ringing nil tho wny; tho ground, the ment given in a king's court, and there were musicians there, with elaborate Dower lino of tho music, tho sky, tho pieces of music.After awhile Mozart tipper line of the music, themselves, tho came and began to piny, and he had a aiotes scattered up and down between. blank piece of paper before him, nnd 3 suppose their song gives elasticity to tho king familiarly looked over his .their wing, and helps on with the jour-pie- shoulder nnd said: "What arc you plny-ing- ? dwindling a thousand mile into I seo no music before you," and Hour hundred Would God that wo on his brow Mozart were ns wlso ns they in mingling Chri- much n.s put his band improvising." as to say, "I nm It stian song with our every-dawork! I wns . very well for him, but oh, my believe "there Is such a thing as taking friends, wo can not extemporize Heaven! rthc pitch of Christian devotion In the get prepared in this world, Snornlng, and keeping it all the dny, I If wo do not we will never take part In the orchestthluk we might take some of thedullest, Oh, that Sieavlest, most disagreeable work of our ral harmonics of tho saved life, nnd set It to tho tune of "Antloch" we were as wlso as the crane and stork,t. flying away, flying away from tha tcm-res- COLOI.ED LEAVES. -- r"55' gone. It Is no comfort to tell a man not to cry. The world comes up and says, "Oh, It is only the body of your loved ono that you havo put In the ground!" Hut there Is no comfort lu that. That body Is precious Shall wo never put sr 5SBMMaBasaifSW6fiS: Tho Novomber Wlda Awaka profusely-lllttstrntod aril-cleo- i our hand Hcav-cnwnr- dl ' d ff o se p wipe all tears from their eyes" You may have noticed that when tho chnfllnch or stork or tho crane starts on SjjP Its migration, It calls nil of thoso of Its s kind to come, too. The nro full of chirp and whistle and carol and tho long The bird docs not start off alone. It gathers all of its gE'H kind Oh that you might be as wlso In this migration to Heaven, nnd that you might gather all your families and your frieads with you I I would that Hannah might take Samuel by tho hand, nnd Abraham might take Isaac, and Hngar S24 i. " might take Ishmnel. Start for Heaven yourself, nnd tales your children with you. Come thou and nil thy house Into tho ark. Tell your little ones that there are realms of balm and sweetness for all thoso who fly In the right direction. Swifter than eagle's stroke put out for Heaven. 8' Like the crane or the stork, atop not 36 night nor tiny until you find tho right place for stopping. tree-toproll-ealL -- we never Away with your heartlcssness oh world! Hut come, Jesus I and tell us when the tears fnll they fall Into God's bottle; that the dear bodies of our loved ones shall rise radiant In tho resurrection; and all the breakings down hero shnlt bo lifted up there, and "they shall hunger no more, neither thirst no more, neither shall tho sun light on them nor any heat, for the Lamb which Is In tho midst of the throne shall lead them to living fountains of water, aud God shall that hand again, and shall see that sweet face again? In m H L3 s? g.&tD o m o 50 o is Opens with n n hjtj W SpU4 gpHJ nnnng rn - 1 5 - el M a g U pal 5 IK d i ff IP rn ' " n H asaMaBBfiaiBSBMaaMBa o lv rn o r To-dt- Ye Oh. ye keotfhle-- J souls, Why longer roam? the Saviour rails, waridtrrrscomo. la ST m a Ci 8 N--. PT1 e 1 S M 51 3 s, The Spirit oalli today, Yield to Ills rower. Oh, grieve Him not away, Tit mercy's hour. 5" COLUMBUS AND VESPUCIUS. How tbe Xtw Couutry Came to He Nam-e- l In Manor of Ik Latter. Columbus was comparatively uuknown during his lifetime except in Genoa and Spain, as also somewhat In Portugal, for tho reason, mainly, that he wrote but little excopt letters to his sovereigns and thaMittle wns not published until long afterwards Amerlcus on the other hand, kept na r K o innnn - Alodetn science has shown that ths smokeless powJers are the most effective. Apyrlte, the latest of these Inventions, Bolli tlio method nnd results when burns without l.ime or smoke, It can ha Syrup cr Figg 3 tnken; it is pleasant handled and transported without danger nml refrcalilii"; to tlio taste, nml nets Is nffecteJ by moisture or heat. cei.t y jot promptly on tho Kidneys, and It not 1 he al.ii of modern science Is to provlda , Liver clonuses tho sv. .l;n-'t?m Ulccttirtlly, uWls coltls, licail the public with articles that minister to ths cn,iaT,rolwl n,inclcg.ll"d "vera run. cures Imbltunl wants and necessities of the human race. "fine".. with this number, for n new const, at on. Syrup of Firs is tho l:or Instance most people neeJ a gentle cathartic. It is not always possible to carry a;!"":;; , th i""10 mUl 0,C a bottle containing a liquid, for the hottla numWr. Priea S0 l! 0 ,,n Is liable to break anJ the contents run out ' !' Bt,on,?c,, vear. On .rtlo at news stands or ff1 ,rlion nml in"Y "Clieficinl ilfft-- J and ruin every thing with hlcli they com sent postpaid on receipt of prlee. by I) " Lothrop Company, Publishers. Hostoii! ?"ci' prcparnl only from tlio mot In contact. 1 he Laxative Gum Drops are heal hy and ngrccallo subetnnceg, its a fine cathartic, rut up like confectionery. "Do tor known ga nrter la to me huiiiniil" ' To inn, too. It has thnt niatiT excellent qunlitles commend It They contain no taste of ineJIclue and". dreadfully human tendency toward uu. to n.l and havo mado it tlio most they are free from any of the annoyance, truth." poplar remedy known. of the orJinuty cathartic. They contain Syrup of Kipt l for ealo in 60o nothing deleterious so that they can bv Alteiitlunt The United Nutot cnrenuneiu has da. Hid SI bottles hy nil loading drug- - Riven to chllJren without the slightest idsl to opeu. Nov W, IVU, fer nettleinctit gjte. Any reliablo druggist who dancer. 1 here Is no liquid and they can hi miler tho hoireMciil luw, t'io unrirnrd m,y vex havo it on hand will carrieJ In the paper cartoon In which they unds of the .Mnrqurtte H Little Mnv I)u Vrproniptly for nny ono who are Placed. They come In two slKs7th Itnllrnn.), oluetIn runurwil fiuni miry. .Northern Mlcl lMu. Al Ihe mo wMiej o try it. Do not ncccnt any small site nt ten cents, the large size nt line tlio rlelit of tha OntoiiUKnn A: Krula twent five ient. Get them of nn y dealer. (Iter Ilxllroad tin lrn d lllrsl Inn hin-- i rUlMUttltC. SYLVAN CO., Peoria, III. tisel of Ian I In Ilia llier I'eniiisiiU of CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. MuhUim This gir uu unpreerilen ed W HAMO'SCO. CM. ehitneoto locate saliiulila tlniUr undiutn leinirntr. nt. nil inline, itiiicu mourn ngllio hw rent, n.t. llio rptor Pen inula, nnd arereni'hrd liestin over onlv the .North Htar Itmitn 'MllumiUcc : North. DR. rn HallroodJ tetwccn Cheapo and Lake Superior lur further particulars address (.' K, IUiiiin. Land and humlciaUou Arcnt lid g Williamson, u pupil of Hoard. Hdlth Itoblnsoti da-- n tine story, "Hnglnn's Substitute," of tho pluck nml bravery of a llurvnnlltoy nt a city lire; Mury Selden MeCobb lias a good Tluuiksglv. lug story, "Why She wns Thankful," ntid "Maliel's Klectlon Day" Is nn November story by Kllcn Strung ltnrtlett Florence Ilowo Hnll tells of tho "Morlarty-DuckllnFair." "How Dorothy Paid her Way," by Caroline H. Hcrvy, Is a bright story of a origin girl. The serials by Kirk Mun-roTi.-t "thtiCornl "Shin " nti-si..... ........ ..-"". . uu. iiyivtito p,ou Clark," which all , p, "Some Hrltlsh Castles," written by Osenr Fay Adams, nmlnpproprlntely frontlsplocod by a splendid picture, by Garrett, of "Mnrmlon's ,:,irl ItoHRla." Alexander Hlack hns n capital descriptive? paper on "Tho Hnbles of tho Zoo" nt Central Kmi'V charml"rrly Illustrated by Iieno full-page Do-m,- 2?s tTiti'Vattrs. TKaiiVTt. and ratnU wtttn stala ho iisiiitt, Inlnra Itia Iron, an, burn B. Tr,lii.lH..,,i Hiom I'nIUh la llri tntOdor. IImj, DuriM, ami tlia emitiimrr paja for ne tla nrcluu. tkai ttlth ttf ir Smolveless Powder. i ,,......... I a wkjs t nnm&Th18 WP1 Ilnmn-Srrkcr- pro-cui- tj Iieit-lofar- KILMER'S Laballeslicvt, ChloAgn, 50 !?S ?2 Ves-puclu- s, Ju I 2 r a 3 en m A of l'wrir. credit for who never worry ilii a good deal iiuslotinrr work that they don t get Kama Horn. O GO be-jjl- y d elaborate journal of his voyages and wrote a concise, readable account of thera after his return. Tho account fonnd Its way Into print, and gave his name to the new continent, while the commanders of tha ships In which ho sailed, nod a score of other nnrigutors who sailed the western sens from 1105 to 1504 men of action, who did much but wrote little were forgotten almost as soon as they wero dead Columbus died in 1MXS, six years before Vespuclus, and both closed their eyes believing that tho Islands they had discovered were part of the Cast Indies, nnd tho mainland along which they had cruised was the cost of China or Japan. Kven Cuba was believed to be a part of tho continent of Asia until It was circumnavigated In 1508. It is related that durthe ing latter part of Columfirst bus' voyago outward a land-bird- s flock of flew over his ships In a southwesterly direction, and that tho admiral, yielding reluct antly to his clamorous nnd faint-heaed crew, changed his courso to tho southward, and landed on the Island of GuanahanI, whereas If his original due westward course had been continued he would havo first renched the const of North Carolina; the present United States would have been the heritage of Ferdinnnd nnd Isabella, nnd Xew York would be like Havana, a port of Spain. Similarly trivial in its origin, but inflexible in its results, was the accident which, without tho knowledge of Columbus or Vespuclus, named tho western continent for the Florentine navigator instead of tho Genoese disrt d m o Look at the t'lnrkt how rejnilarly Its ciidulura awing tvltn kindred regularity do trie honetatnovow-hoi- i tho habit of body la reformed Ijj tho thorough lazatlvo nnd pro motor of dictation and secretion, Hoslet-teSUunnoh Hitter. Tho hver, too, nl. iv.n a uffivusl in constipation, resumes lu activity when tMs meihe'nii Is used Not less eflleaolou I It la mularlal ami kldn-- T trouble, rheumatism and ucrt ousuuaa. to nml f ra ktert r Si?1": n RooT T.fuH LlECTROTVPINE AND TEREOTYPING EXCCUTEO DY OF THE HIGHEST GRADE PROMPTLY ' r.'inMFV I llFB .- -2 OUDDfR A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Go. We clfer Id oar Castoaers and Tha Trade o If I3 H IE. A remember tho flrilflsh Alls Pert "What wua It crrrruiiithl an Ictitliji.Muirus! " Lite. ' Ma OuinoT-'- -I IUeeMie ,,uanuty atxl l.is'h ew jied urine, DiiiXieiOs, rn 3 7 2.3 a o rn -- O l(atf Cure the i after rSn '.t i t this tr) lr l'eare In thft lluurlinl.l. Sitting up nil nlglit tossing a hnby to keep aiK, t ,rei lost tirrr and t ial.iy. It from atrani.-luiwlthervup, i not liable toprotlui-otMipy mother or n threrful father Dr llnile a Ceruvti Croup Cure i IVema, a, 'illn. rnalarlA, 4uilr, i(ntrhes. rrnnty kiuiim, tkat will rw toitnt t,ii(iA A.i' W cents Female hv all prominent ilrupr.ll thronphout the all run down. I nt atubltlcn. slalo A V Jloxair, llunil, N. V., manu- Ouittltut snda dH itki to all xirta c,f wurk. facturer aud solo propilalor. u Lu Oriiiiie, lc Impure ISIood. . , ' Eoera!l ths nust satisfactory workposslbla Our facilities eaable ni these branches. If jou deslrtf to tara oat art r:rj rapldlf. tips oa sot. large job, send la release In pr t inn (encrnl Wvnlcness. S'.ttiu, ( HI , It to us ki tod and It lor either $!ereotjplns or electiotyp- -, ill ce returned to joj promptlf Head- In good order. io ra 3 5 HirriiiEMr.ii peenlii don't tumble when ttiev try ti get lu a hummock, becauso they knuvr the r,es. Yon Asthma? Ita Da. H. Scitirrus.xN. St. Paul, Minn , still mall a trial Kickco(N:Utrrniaim a Asthma Cure, rre to any rufiVrer Hive instant relief In vort , and mn wliern others fall .Namo lilt paper and send addresa. rwit.aU it On K4IK If act 4.sratir rrw j ."i is .. lkL Al Urn .lltlt, SOe. Me, M.OIlMir, nMUIUII,.! Il 'l.)Mi Id llraak" fr Diu K We mike a specialty of Newspaper ings and Cuts, and hue ths largest assort- a rn hi i CX, lUsuilAuiu.t, N. Y, ment la these llaes to be found anywhere la tha country from ihlch to select. NEW STORY OF GEN. GRANT. anil Hie Mysterious Offleer coverer. wittingly by Columbus to the natives of GuanahanI, where ho first landed in Mi).', has stood for all tho aborigines of the New World through the four centuries during which it hus been kuow-- ns a separate continent, so tho name "America," tho ignorant but well-measuggestion of an obscure Inland geographer, has stood ever since, as if to typify the injustice and treachery which pursued tho great discoverer through life, and followed him, poor, neglected and disappointed, to the grave. Frank II. Mason, in Harper's nt Just as tho name "Indian," glron un- Magazine, WEATHER LORE OF THE SUN. The tel Suntrt and Dittm In I'rose and Vurlry. Among the people of nil countries nnd ages "the sun's redness en rising or set- life-tim- e - ting has always been regarded as ominous. These notions havo furnished material for many proverbs. An old English adage informs us that If red the sua begins his ruce, He sure that rata will fall apace, y )or"Mt. risgah." is a good sign when you hear a workman whistle. It Is a better sign when you hear him hum a roundelay. Hi Is still a "better sign when you hear . 3ilm sing the words of Isaac Wntts or Charles Wesley. A violin chorded nnd fttrung, If something accidentally strikes it, makes music, nnd 1 suppose there is such things us having our "hearts so attuned by divine grace that even tho rough collisions of life will make a Heavenly vibrntlon. I do not "belle vo that tho power of Christlun ong has yet been fully tried. 1 believe that If wo could roll tho "Old Hundred" doxology through Wall street It would put an end to any financial disturbance! I believe that tho and the sorrows, nnd the isins of tho world are to bo Heaven-borp. wept out by hallelujahs. Borne one asked Hnydn, the musician, why ho always such cheerful music. "Why," he paid, "I can't do otherwise. When I ftllink of God my soul is so full of joy Jlhat the notes leap and dance from my jjien." I wish' we might nil exult melodiously before the Lord With God for kmr father and Christ for our Saviour, kind Heaven for our home, and angels (for our future companions, and eternity tfor a lifetime, wo should striko nil tho of joy, Oolng tiotes of this world' through tho let us remember that uro on the way to tho summery 'Imoof Heaven, aud from the migratory population flying through this autumnal air learn always to keep sing-bus, n eclc-fbrntcom-pose- d It Chrlldrcnot the Heavenly KIdk, Ai je Journey sweetly elnj; Slug your feavlour'a worthy praise, ' Glorious In Ills works and ways. , r - Ve ore traveling homo to (Jod, In the way your fathers trod, They are bnipy now, and we Boon I heir happiness shall fee. The Church of God never will be n hrlumphant church until It Tcnus a lunging church. I go further, nml remark that the 'luiiK of the ulrnio wiser than we, In Ijlio fact that, In their tnlgr.ttluu they , Kven Christ alludes to the same popular Idea of the sun's color and Its relations to wet or dry weather, whero IIo says (Matthew xvL, 2, 3): "When it Is evening, ye say. It will bo fair weather, for the sky Is red. Andln tho morning, for the it will be foul weather sky is red and lowering." It may be remembered, too, how graphically Shakespeare puts forth this same proverb In Somo of you havo felt the pinching his "Venus and Adonus:" frost of sin. You feel it You I.lUe a red morn, that ever yel betokened are not hnppy. There nro voices within Wreck to the stamen, tempest to the llelda: your soul that wjll not lie silenced, Sorrow to Die shepherd, woo unto the birds, telling you that ,yo.u are sinners, and Uusls aud foul flaws to herdsmen and lo herds If we turn to European observations that with the pardon of God you are undone forever. What aro you going sve find that tho Italians say: "If the to do, my friends, with tho accumulated morn bo red, rain Is at hand," and, transgressions of this Will again, "if the sky bo red when the you stand still and lot tho avalanche morning star Is shining, thera will bo tumble over you? Oh, that you would rain during thu week." As is well go away Into tho warm heart of God's known, however, u ted sunset Is just mercy. '1 lie southern grove, redolent ns propitious as u red rising sun is unlucky "a red sky nt night being a w 1th magnolia nnd cactus, never waited for northern flocks us God has waited shepherd's delight," nnd according to a for you, say'mj: "I have loved thee saying very popular when tho writer with nn everlasting love. Come unto was a child "lied sunset nnd a gray rising sets mo nil ye who are weary and heavy At Malta the the pilgftm lndcn, nnd I wll (jiT0 you rest." Another frost Is bidding you a way- -It stable boy will tell you that "n red sunIs the frost of sorrow. Whero do you set says: 'Get your horse reudy for tollvo now? 'Oh," you say, "I have morrow,'" In Kichard livening red, morning gray, moved." Why did you move? You Sends the traveler on his way. say, "I don't want as large a house now Indeed, there are numerous proverbs as formerly." Why do you not want as Inrge a house? You say, "My family Is on this subject, nil to the same purpose, not so large." Whero havo they au undent Scotch rhyme being us folgone to? "Eternity!" Your mind goes lows: back through that last sickness and The evening red and tho morning gray la a sign of u bright and cheery day, through tho almost supernatural effort Kvenlng Bray and morning red to save life, and through those prayers Put on your bat or you'll wet your head. that seemed unavailing, and through St Louis Hepubllc kiss which 'received no response that becauso tho lips were lifeless, and I A Sectional Itcason. "Why nro the hear tho bells tolling and I hear tho New Knglund people called Yankees?" hearts breaking while I speak I hear asked a Massachusettsschool teacher in them break. A heart! Another heart! u Georgia school. '"Cause they yank Alone! nlone! nlonel Tho world, everything lu sight," answered a sjimll which In your girlhood and boyhood Cracker, and went to tho foot lu tho wns sunshine, is cold now, nnd oh! class. Detroit l'"rco l'rcss. weary dove, you llyuround this world ns though you would llko to stay, when Hicks "We had n visitation i the wind and tho frost and tho blacken- other night from u very pollto sneak ing clouds would bid you away Into tho thief." I)lx "Whot did he do?" Hicks iieuri oi an uod. uu, "As ho was taking his leave he lifted have noticed again and ngaluwhatn all tho hats on tho hat ruck," Now botch this world makes of It when It York Herald. tries to comfort a soul In trouble! It says: "Don't cry'" How can we help l'lrst l'rlcnd "Heard old Smtthson's cryiiiu when the heart's treasures nro going to be married for the fourth time. seattm'd and father is gone, and mother Must cost him humethlng for licenses?" Is gone, uinl companions nre gone, and Second Ditto "Think hu ought to apthe child Is gone, and everything soems ply fof u season y. llfe-tlmticIeH"-l'luk-Me-- manufacturer of ltethlehem, la: ' Our regiment the First New Yoric Mounted Hides with many other troops, Iny In front of Richmond, .a We had been hustled March, 1503. around pretty lively for several wccks and had no pcrmnnentcainp. One night the word was passed along tho lino nml n beenmo common property that there was to bo nn early advance the following morning, nnd everywhere was bustle and confusion. Krery man was ordered to be in his saddlo by 2 a. in. I was at this tlmo clerk In the under department quartermaster's Lieut Corby. About 10 or 11 o'clock Col. Sumner sent word to the quartermaster to send mo to his tent mounted. I reported at headquarters in a few moments, and the colonel handed mo a dispatch and told me to go toCity Point with it at once, and to go lively and deliver it at once to one of tho departments which I do not recall now, ns it did not Impress mo as much ns what occurred afterward. "There was no moon, but tho weather was pleasant und It was a starlight night. I started off on a lope and had reached tho James river and crossed the pontoon bridge and had followed the road probably a mile, keeping the right of it. I had mot no one up to this time, but now in the distance, I heard a horseman approaching In tho opposite direction, riding fast I did not slacken my regular guit, as I supposed tho rider, like myself, was a private soldier or he would not be riding nlono nt this hour of tho night (probably midnight). As we npproached each other my left leg struck his left leg with such violence that both of us were nearly unseated Bnd swept from our saddles. My first Involuntary exclamation was: 'Why tho devil don't you keep on the right side of the road, you chuckle head?' or to that effect He replied in a similar strain, as wo wero both mad and felt sore. This kind of talk was kept up for a few minutes pro an) eon, each blaming tho other for the accident, and It was give and tukc 1 tho time, ns I felt perfectly secure in my position, having tho right of the road, until ho asked the question: 'I lew does It happen that you are galloping vour hoise?' I replied that I had the same right to gallop my horso thnt ho nad to gallop his. 'Yes,' said he, 'but I thought I had Issued orders that there should be no galloping of horses in tills department.' "This wns tho first Intimation I had received that I was not talking to a private soldier, ns it was too dark to see anything but the outlines of a mnn and horse. I at onco took a back track nnd was profuse in my npologks. Hut he answered mo curtly and snld: 'Como along back to tho pontoon bridge and I will place you in charge of the etlccr Jn 1 of City l'olnt llnait Mnj. I). B. Cronln, a New York artist and journalist, has been engaged forsev-eryears past on nn Illustrated history of his regiment the Pirst New Yrk Mounted Hilles for a member of sire New York Historical Society. The wdrlt contains contributions from various members of the regiment, and ihe felon lng anecdote of Gen. Grant, nover before published, was contributed by Sergt. A. C I'rlnce, now a prominent al Trooper l'rlnc morning nnd had ridden out of alght and hearing of his staff. Delaware County (Pa.) Ledger. Little Girl. Mrs. Hrown, ma wants to know if she could borrow a dozen eggs. Sho wants to put 'cm under a, hen. Neighbor So, you've pjt a hen setting, hare you? I didn't know you kept hens. Little Girl No ma'am, wo don't, but Mrs. Smith's goln' ter lend us n hen that wants ter set, id' ma thought If you d lend us somo egg,, we'd find the nest ourselfs, Did you ever sec a sickly baby with dimples? or a healthy one without them? A t'lin baby is always deliTnr. aoulptor Isn't Urn kind of a mn that cate. Nobody worries about ruUnoHguro In tho world. Ulngluuiteu Leader. a plup'p one. trnrld' t'lr on ilrel. If ni can ect your baby Fend tweiity.tlvn eenU to F. II I,nrd, lump. he is almost sure to Pheolx lliilUlliir. CliUjifo. HI., and a fine ativl plato picture o' thn World's Pair c will If vou can Get him grouudsund building, suluule ferframlng. welli he is almost sure to be Krrrn cloo i') on Iho man lio wlfo t.l.t-il- n Kellogg Newspaper Go. , (9 DfanuDt't it, cm,c o, iwl. tit a i walhut ataeir t uwi, o ohkv ii k n wo arms' i Lrtvw. u a irt um ataiir. crfHAti. oo trr, na act wtAxo tt ttattr. ai A, N. s a H k U JOnmiN S' SlCUIHOa, tlHN. r ru. 7 to m tasr i I'mtr. mim Unlike the Dutch Process I Horn. afraid to usl( him far luoucy. IUiu's pluijp. Jf. L. A South Side man took his llttlo Osk of tho most fo ,lh men istlieona girl, just ablo to talk nicely, to the lake shore on .Sunday afternoon. The waves who worries about thlug lie tau't help. lUui'a Horn. were gently rippling on the beach; aud I torn blood Horl Take lleeeham' when her father was not looking tho child managed to gat ono foot wet She Pills. I y ur llvir out of ordorl Use liccchBtu' Pills. S3 cents a box. ran to her father with tears In her eyes, and sobbed: "Papa, lake step on baby's TitEnsIa nothlnff morn pretentious than tha o.ipllul L (Jalveatoii ?cw. foot" Ilaby hood. Pn.. a.tr Hall's Catarrh i'umi. tho best and my sure rure forcuUrrti thev evcraold. Druyglsia sell lt,7So. Tnoursos Co., Druggist. Tne way to do both is but one way is by cod-live- there care-ru- t. No Alkalies (Th 4gV Ofhor (Jliem!ral OT" ij-- y living. Sometimes this depends on Scott's Emulsion r oil. of Wc will send you a book on vff pfiun or VT tt it; free. IJi&niO)ltAfu, Srvrrft tVnrI,CbimMl, N Vatt. ptrt mh.I sfwMr. j 1 1 list mnrttKnn thru tlnn MflnitrrntffA of Cocoa lull! jwrn niarro,la Ariooroot or "BcrAr. I ml far mom ryt rmlfal, .(Id leu Ihnn vn rfnl ev). 1 1 It iltllclout, iwurttlilnc, aoil attiLT ' IL f mtBreakfastCocoa 11 11 W.JJAKKU&CO.'S tehUh it a6sfNfrff "Your parlor maid la about to enter Is I'LttsaXT, Wholesome Hpoedy, forcoug-rHale's Honey Horclieuud my service. Would you mind giving ma Pike's ToothacheofDroisCuro jnand Tur. one minute, some information about her character? Is she honest? Milliner I am not quite) THE MAHKET& sure. I sent her to you with a bill last week, and alio hasn't turned up with ClCISNATt. .S'uV I, HI K i n any money up to now, Zurcherischo I.IVRSTtWK-0IU-Conjiot m.u.' ttirhen I 73 M 4 IS FreltngszcUttng. . ITS IKK.siVmimoa tt ft 3) a a u .s M l.i.nliiHkrra No, Jlmmle; It Is a aclen-tlfl- o Sill i:i'-ITeacher a in AIM at t rs fact, and a very plain one, that no l'IJ'1'l! Wiaierfamllr . s w Na t ml two objects can occupy tho same apaco lilt.MS ft nt NaSritl at the same time. Jlmmle Il'ml Meb-bI rn-- N t nritrd. . I ain't seen my sister Nell nnd her 1 tntied. ST' Itie-N- ., 3 ... feller In the hammock too many times ue torlnaW .11 01 (II t ter take nny such bluff ns dot! Hoston T01l.(()-tllui- n leaf.., .hmo n .. it oi t is t& l..ii:rnf News. PllOVISIn.NH- SrM pork .. .. it in Ijiril I'rlme itteum jteisv Clork (of sporting proollvltles) Hl'Tir.l-0,Iellra) i Here's llllson'n "Famous m ft si Pr'mr tneltoU'n creamorr , .r bM. ... a ii & 3 fo ma'am; hrrw'H that suit you? Old Lady Al'l'I.r.--rrlmeruTSIOi:! l't.r hU t o : io What do you mean, air, by handing NfiW VOItlf. mo such a book? Clerk Kxcuso me, Kl)t'ltl"lr to s;s '.. ma'am, I thought you said you wanted UltAIN-- W rut Nn. . . a good scrap-booHlack and White. COHN-- NoS red Ci'S i mlsl frvln mlSl'il av,?J ai. A Point In Husbandry. "Which I'OIIK New met i nu "i weeds arc tho easiest to kill?" asked I.AItlJ Westernaieam i sm young Flickers of Farmer Sasnafras, as I'llKAOa l'U)l;il Winter iMtents TO 3 he watched that good man at his work. a no Wbrat-S. ft iO"t "Widows' weeds," replied tho farmer. OltAIN ec'hleaeii 'ntfrlDj& rod No , Torn Nn.'.1 "You havo only to say 'wilt thou,' und to 41", Oaln-5 t SU'I thoy wilt" Detroit Free Press. I'OIIK Mm II to EH mi x I think Winston has the most re HAI.TIMOItll tnarkable memory I know of; you might ri)U!t-rjmt- ly 4 M n 4 70 V say ho never forgets anything. k U Corn- - Mixed .. !" Yes; you might say so, but you & M ( 3J nover would If he had evor borrowed .., of you as often as he has of me. Inter ISIIIK'-M- ws ft 13 IO 'A1TI.K-P- lrt s ta, ft I ! quality Ocean. IKX1S. , ... O IU ai INDIANAPOLIS, Suggestion. Jlmmio's Mamma S reit tlllAIN Wheat-N- o. .. tt (after packing her trunk) Dear me, Corn No. 5 rtd. ,, . H there's oceans of room yet I'll have to Oatu- - Ntt 3 31 fill up with something." Jlmmle Let's '.onsvir.ui I (0 take homo some of thu ocean. I'll get PIll'K Winter tent in 4 s it 0 enough of It to fill tho trunk up. Ham's tlHAIN Whe.u Na J red , Corn MIji-O- . ,. U 4 Horn. Mled i'. .11 I'OIIK Mm t'l'JIU Farmer Sassafras What nro you I.AItD-Mt- aiu ,.. ... fonco around your putting a barb-wlr- o farm for? Isn't it awful expensive? Farmer Meddegrass Yes, the fenco costs a heap o' money, but tho hired man don't fool away any time slttlu' on oM Se I.AMIIS-Hi.t,h.,r, tilucjrt.ii. "August M ay (InKtrt tf rythfia. W. BAKER it CO., Dorche.ter, Mau. it) Flower ' Ely's Cream Balm U ILL, CI hi: TeaI CATARRH CI v o nt Itn r--t IIAV-Prl- .... ns n&kcd. It is It is a Kjx.'cial ictn fr Dysp.-psiacil for the Stomach and I.ivcr. Nothing more than this. Wc I'dicvc . A'cuily . nnswrnM What is AtiRttst for?" Arp itjbrt ? lit m inurv i W$nnU HT KiMinii VMr )t riMf . in I a a T Prlie-Fights- ," I.TOt-riur- rry k. . At'ctist lJlovvcr cities DyiK-psiaWc know it will. Wc have n asons tt'. rj'stinjl Vkl.r'.11.ifl,fjj. for Iwiiowinj; it. it has an wu. luu rtrtar tMrnwiw. liTtn llT honored place in cvci town nntt IUVFTnUS"4 'or "' MnnrrS'.ur.,t9impntwitbutwiiihr'r,ftialt. country store, povcs!e3 one of the laibdiuiu 10rrriiit. du Mnilt. Mnil iu. to. Sb, largest tnanttfacttinnf; plnnts in the IHlLail tuts rarianitri s,Hl..trik ctuiauat, at. wm country, ami sells everywhere. The Mnrttlilnn lat.lt In IO rcavm is simple. It does one thing, OPIUM o Vll llMta rti inr tin curr.1. llll. J. niHidocsitriiritt. Itcnrcsilyspcpsiatfi swasjiiiau rtrta miMl rill.S. Ubiaua. Ilklo. mt To-ilay ' FOLKS RFDUCED i.iio.,ih.rrru(.,l.tjjliiml,-l,-it- l p4 oa'J lltt, Htitiir .rt,n,laluU llat ai I -- It ,1 J.VX1I1S. P Pnc . Nii Jcs. c I.AUU-.Me- om Had-luc- OltAIN-Whral-N- o.8 d I.AllIi-ltrtln- ecl ... . , tlw cihiiy, mure rjuicKiy, more economically, and moru thoroughly, than with anything else known. Tim people who know most about milk say just that. Wc can't afford to print all the testimonials we hold. They're free expressions of opinion in conventions, in papers, everywhere here milk folks have a voice. Their enthusiasm about Pearlinc is genuine. Anil it's natural. For all kinds of washing an,i cleaning, nothing equals Pearlinc. Ny v. ' JlZjT Vdllfe, cvcrythini; milk, used pans, churns, bottles, which is r V even down to thu lor baby's bottlethese are things for which yo" "e:i1 Pcarlinc With Pcarlinc, they're cleansed moru DM fXTCk faPV VV CIJL V- It command.' "I turned about ind started bock with him. I was sat islled by this tlmo I had struck a snng and had nearly knocked the breath out of n commanding officer, but who It wns I had not tho remotest Idea. I now explained t,, him my errand nnd tho Importance o hasto In Its execution, nnd that I had been oidercd by Col. Sumner to rldurjulck. Wo hnd proceeded only a quarter or half u mile when he turned nnd said: 'I guess you can go on. My nniuu h U. S. Grunt Look out thnt you don't run Into my staff; you will find them down tho road somewhere,' And, euro enough, when I got do'.Mi tU Press. about In If u mile I met hl Mnir t storiSf . Illnstl m inner llftnnv wlii,ln vnn ng ulong nt iv rapid pace refer to your unclo ns "she?" llenny ' (Ion, (Jnint wns on wny to tho Hccnute ho is a soldier. "Uut what of Vii be fur tie in", t ment thtitV ' nre always spoken that was to tu'ie place the fuUwIug of lu the (enilului gender." 4 )! He I see that old Mr. Hently wns Wife (shocked) buried yesterday. Why, Is old Mr. Ucntly dad? He (who has just been "sat upon") Tho pnper doesn't say whether he Is dead or not; simply that he waa burled yesterday. Appropriate. He I can't make up my mind what to get for a fall suit I want something that, as Shakespeare says, will proclaim the kind of man I am. She Why don't you get some dul material? Clothier und Furnisher. Iteturned Traveler Hut, Hawkins, why ths deuce didn't you answer my cnblo message? Hawkins I nover got It Ilcturiicd Traveler That's strange. I sent one. Hawkins Maybe tho cable leaks. Harper's Vazar, Of Low Heglster. Mrs. Hotty. 1..... ilia. ..... iiuauttiiil If jI.i i(h . .lllinu, una,t limn vtuvn jruiii hii.linnil come home at night? Mi.riu (nee Hotty) I don't know, mamma, Our cloak only registers up to twelve. Detroit Free thnt Dr. I'lcrco'14 JnvorJU) 1'roscrlptlon to tho wnk nnit kiilTrrlng viiiruin wlm um It, It'i nunrriiifrnf. Not with uonU merely; unv incllclno can tiuikn rlnlms nml pruiiiiMM, AVliat U ilnno with tho "Kovoillo rrumrlp-tlon'or cure, In tlilat if It fnlU to nny cafo. your inoni'y It ntunuO. Can you proof that a mallclno will fo nik any what it jirotnlsm I It'a nn InvlKorntliip, rtetorntlvo tonlo. a oothlnit nml ktrciiKUKMiliig norvitiii, mid a ccrtiiln rcinwty for tho Ills and ullmvnU Hint a woman. In "foirmlo complaint" of o?rry kiihi, perioiiirai pains, internal or luiarlng ilown sensn tlont, nml nil ( hronlo ivonkniwhta ami It Is a iwsUIvb nml completo inllam-mnllon it isxy ;.v Tin: onniXAnv f you an imitation, B Peddlers lo honest irtiJtt kk. "lllU 1'AI.Si: Gxl "I'cirlino and tome unscrupulous grocers will tell you, " T "tho umo as I'earllne." IT'S Ii never jdd1ed. if your crocerirnds sat JAMliS 1'VLH, Nrw Vctlt. THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE way THE COOK HAD NOT USED comr GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN. SAPOLIO 5 YOUNG MOTHERS Wu ofter you n remedy which if used ns directed, insurca mifcty to lifo of botli mother and child. cu. To rvcry tlrwl, ovfrworkwl woman, ami txievory wonk, nirvoii, nnd nlllnjr cno, it i gunruntott to lirinc health aud atrvngth. llllli'l"rOi,lo,ltlo,BTMl)oclrr, lull. tlsrapl.riM. lltantiJ.Tttt!a.tillv Mbt,K.r. H!"'!"'11 Garfield Tea ilest, I'.anleil to Cures Constipation Itcmpdj for Catanh la the Uao, anit Cheapest, s . "MOTHERS FRIEND" Itoba eiiiflnemeiit of Its I'aiw, Hcnuoa anJ Hisk, at many testily, PrlViiV,'lJI,,.V","",v.!"'"ho,,,"''M"l'r ftliWilglslS. Bolil by ilniiTKlsti or Ljr mall, We, K. T, lliKelllno, Warren, I'a. H la ".Men-of-w- Salvation Oil T1,;,i,uu;; J' 8 Moimix, Harlow, N. C. uliic f liy clurirca prepaid, ,,rlc,; , jo per Tntt . ' Ko I on allit l.y . A. N. K UMKS -- V. 1430 Ik. adi.rlkMaiMt iMKian la Shla ilauiitu lingvuioa U Atlanta, Ua. liav.r. ui tlial irnt (timiMi ni MnKIITiariia jJ2u?w-juia- :f .'..ryT;, - l--. -- . MTaaykTasjraaaaaaMajaaaaaMajajaaajBwajajajpayaavJ ... sf fi nifrU -- . 'fa;- - ..I. mjwjiJn. 4. UL- , r i r , ' JCU4i ni'i'pi uT'm H i'"iTj kifi aaJt. witj aaavaii -. i