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WITH NEATNESS AND D1SPATCS. EALK DILLS, neit door to 01 tr Hell. A '" - - " KuBtZ4" CEORCC WARREN, Editor. ma oiMvn irawiPAraR if wmtbrk Kentucky. ESTABLISHED I860. STIUKB J3NDKD. t'lrs-klsnil- i 18, 1892. Prlcoof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER UERMAN ARMY 1JILL PREACHER SHOT. C. 31fl .,. ' VOL. XX$ jp. KNIt j?i itfijiual ENVELOPES, LETTEFl HEAD BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC ETC. NO.-l- . CALL AMD SEE KENTUCKY Ul. ll LATER BLEOTION nBTDRNS. ) Tlirm. nro Ii tlio Fnltcd Hinted 5,331 public nr miI'mm iptlon libraries Sormin.li Is tint ntimo of a Parsons IKns.) (J, A, It. ost rnmiiiniidcr A riio.ui.M.NT liiihitleiphln rdllcinl linn a riillrctloii of user 1(0 eorhsorows lliio( n.i :. I'ii., bo.islsof lurnnlo tlint wcjglih two and u liolf JhmiiuIh. Ovmi 'lO.ooo.Outi pounds of ten wore IiuiKirtrd Into this country hist year. A skw design In clocks It Cupid. holding heart,' In which Is tho timepiece. Tiik.ntoN, Mo., Inyschiliu to n colored woman w, It Is sulci, Is IIJ yenr ihl, Gr.NI'l.NK gold niuI silver coin nro How mounted to tin service a Imntict puis. Tin: millions pf London, If set sldo by lilr, would reach u distance of seventy-Hi- e ) V . . Liverpool. Nkw nml valuable hallbutlnnkliikvo Wen fotiinl to tho west of ( ape Flattery, l,- - 1.1. ... nanillllKlun. . miles Tin first elevated rpUnnl In Kng-I- n lid I) (nut npproachiug compltlon In T' ll bpe, of alive calf wllhit'bulldoi-shrnd- . 1". It SniKMnumiiN, n geologist, claim to hnvo found" u oatll forest lu Custer Mnliik A imitti.k forking machine-- , with n feed reservoir of ooi Us like tlic magazine b'uii, Is a recent Invention. tlov. I'm'K'm excuse for writing "Pock's Had liny-- ' W Hint ho wan only for years old nt the time Tjir. largest nitflsti ever (.'might in tho Mississippi river wan hunted near TOO jmiiuiiK It Tin: Dry Good Kxnmtncr says bio pearl bultflu factories were utartod In thl rotinlry during ho punt two yoKrn. w I'.lretorsl Volr llsrrl.OB lull Wrstrr 111 lloiilitrut 111. Atnonj; IndlcnAtlon Now Orltani Cincinnati, Nov. II.-- As late rsturni Worklnginen como lu the result ot Tuesday's ulcctlon changes somewhat, OVrr llit Sliiiiiu'r In Whlrli llir llrlkr Wm Wyoming and Montana for the tlmo Srllli'il-- T he ('uiiiiiilllrn llr.rririilnt being, at any rate- have been trans Urn lnlrrr.lsiif llm I nliurrr. Illttir- fcrrcd to tint republican column, bill Ir Cmti'cl-- 1 rrsilirr I lisrgnl. ono of the places nmong the wavcrltitf Ni:w Oni.uANs. Nov. I'J. The lenders was filled 'lhurstlay morning by North of the flriknr haro comprotiilseil with Dakota, taken from the republican list the various organizations and commit-tee- s Idaho goes to Weaver, ami California to Cleveland, Michigan, by tho latest rennd the strike is virtually over. Is intense Indignation nmong a turns, gives tho republicans nine or her There lnrgo number of worklnguon over thu (doctors, instead of eight, leaving only Tho five manner In which the strike was settled, lege, for ClevelaniL Inlestelectoral colInformation with best nnd g and tho committee of live the Interests of tho laborers are openly nt hand, stands! KErtiiLicA.N. timornATia denounced nnd charged w lth tn iclierj lows. 1.1 , II .. Alabama. mid havlifg sold out tho labor ricmrnL Maine . 0 Arkansas... . I A thousand men were crowded Into lx . . ii CuUfornU Ma..krhu.ctt' . 0 Connecticut. . t Mtchlcan . chnngv lley Frlduy morning. , ... 3 Delaware. Tiny ineluded whites nnd blacks and Minnesota 4 ..... 3 Florida Montans rej're-- t nted many men v ho had been ." 11 .. 1 Urcrsls .... n mi Mo to secure their places ngiilu. Nrbnwka ... .. ... Illinois........ ....... Ii . .. ...... I Indiana They have been out. for nearly Uiru Orr(uu ....... 3 Kculuckj It weeks nnd their families are In want KhoU I.lahd.... 44 tjul.l.a,.ir..ML. 0 litem fcouth DtkoU, ...... .Marrland... ..fr.,,1 ,.., ( out nml lind surrenilereil oreryiwni Vrrtnont i Mli'hlirsn ' 4 Mlssltalppl VVa.nlnfloa .'. 9 that had been contomled for. 3 itU.ourl 17 Wvomlnf Tho street car companies have about W Now Jersey broken ip the car drivers nnloif, and 3 121 New Vcrk Total tho contract that was broken will un . II North C.rollai Houth Carulln. ... II doubtedly remain o. Tho coropnnles 4 CoUrailo IJ Ti.nnes.re will now employ union and 1) 3 Tciat men indiscriminately. All tho riDg rul- lilaltn 10 Virgin! K.n.A. ........ 1' ers on tho street car linos have lond! 3 West Vlrflnla, .. t Ncrad. 13 badly Oirtfon IVIteomla charged, nnd tho unions nro dlsorgnnlzml thut the can not Jo any- - repre-vntin- . . ... ... ltjrar-Jh'.re- . I'rnn-jlYon- U aChJguiitteyfttt)djild non-unio- n 1 thing In the matter. THE" ELECTION. Total .l'T3llml rlurjlltlri MUlr.. North D.koia Ohio., DIHtr.nl Total plur-alltlr- s, lmim'i. SI 3 Total nf S3 In Hi M JMt drptli. Wlllti. Thj following tablo shows the Imo poltcAtiH tvere Intuly Idllod in exactor fairly estimated, for thu county. Mis, ono of hrm menu-nrln- prrildeutliil candidates In theiai.oui ncnrly uln fcot lu rxpnnuof ktntos: wlni,'. TTiTrT Clvi t I'r hi land Tim nrv wh.tlvhiu-utonmcr In Ht Kron'lt, Wniili , will 1k into feet' tiillt HlM Alattn. In length, 1.' frvt lram hihI 1'ij foot In ArkD.a if MINNESOTA. III. lii.rrnnr lint l.4. r Hit l.rgltlslurr. tir. I'auu Minn., Nor. ia Kntn returns received up to 11 o'clock Thu night, tho Olobe figures that tho Mlnnr-ot- n delegation conRresslonsl will consist of four republicans, two democrats and one populist, as follows: First district, Tawney, K. It.; McCleory, district, second II. s fourth Hall, third district, district, (Cnstlo's district), Klefer Hi. tlrpulitlrs.. i:i.rt -- h, y, 81r. . y i CklllernU . given, llasod upon the tote of Issg, counthe dtmiH'rnta in the eighty-eigh- t and 'J7 republicans tvith7 In doubt ties have ninde gains of 11 W vntc ltclurns fnrni the scveralcongrosslon-a- t Tho ropublleans have gained l,sn voles. districts, with a few counties still InThis leaves the net democratic gain In complete, show tho following pluralclghty-clgh- t the counties 10,071 over the ities: vote of isss. In Hint yonr the n'pub-llcnn- s First District A. .11. Taylor, dcm., curried the state by n plurality of list. 2,atS. The nrt democratic gain in this Second John I Hret, dcm., 2,027. election Is therefore sufllelent to wipe Third dason It, Ilrown, dcm.. 3,000. out the plurality of four years agu and llllam S Ilolmnn, dem , Fourth giio n democratic plurality of ,7'i3. ij.f'oa This computation docs not Ineliu.. reFiftli (Jcorgc W. Cooper, dem., 021. turns from the four counties of Marlon, Sixth Henry W. Johnson, rep.. 0,100. Wnrren, Fountain and Crawford. Tlicso Seventh W. 1). llynuin, dem., 2,000. ostlmntos on tho four lacking counties Klghth 11. 11. llrookshlro, dem., 7.10. believed to bo substantially corn-ct- : arc lnrooK Ninth- - Daniel Waugh, rep., 2,000. Y.y.m .n has Kt apart Marion, 1.000 democratic; Crawford. S00 two Nl.w Tenth Thomas Ilummond, dem., .100. Islands for the preservation of It re- drmocnitio; Wnrren, 00 n"iubllean, Eleventh A. W. Martin, dem., 1,200. demo-emti-o markable wild birds nnd other animals, and Fountain, 75 republican. Tn" Twolfth-(- X F. McNagncy, dem ,:i.7i57. forbiddinjr therein all hunting nnd preponderance In those four counThirteenth a O. Conn, dem., 2,000. ties In 3:M. This gives n total democrattrnpplnff. ic plurality In Indiana of 8,0t. It Is MrvATOU IIimii, who Railed for Tbt Election In MUioari. In May on uccount of erlouh not licliovotl tho otllolal count will ary fir. Loci", Nov. 11. I.uto returns troublo with his eyes, has returned In much from those figures from nil over the stnto indicate that tho health ni(d with hi bight gf"oatly THE' TROUBLE "BEGINS. democratic victory in Missouri will bo impri'Vivl. considerably greater than suppoted A mndo for the United States Ilia Mncln Inter. Alrrmlr lint Allrrlh. Wednesday night. Tho plurality of Itfiniirntl..' N. V In l"vS!i, was froteinmenlatTroy, o Chicago Ciiicaoo, Soy. li-Tix miles nnd u fraction In lcngtli. It tax club has adopted tho following wnsmndcof bars of Ironcnch'J'i Inchon resolutions: In diameter. "Whereas,, Tho national democratic Six brothers of the Trost family at platform denounces protection nt a Kansas City oun tho following odd lot fraud nnd a robK-r- and declares It to of tin mo: Jack Frost, Winter Frost, unconstitutional, nnd with tliese White Foist, Cold Frost, Knrly Frost declarations submitted tho matter to nnd Niimv Fiost. tho people; therefore, A nn.i'lMi car company ofllclnl "Hcsolved, That tho tidal wave which whisks nnd sixty swept tho coiurtry last Tuesday was a Hull's that fifty dozen do7on combs nre used up on his cars righteous condemnation of prot 'el on. every month. This Is supgcstlvo of tho "Hcsolved, That wo denounce i.s false memento gatherer. to tho pledges of tho democrat!' party Tin: Colton marble worku have just and Inimical to its continued nieccss qunrrlrd what Is claimed to bo tho every ulternnco on tlio nnrt of largest block of mnrblo over tuken out Irnders which tends to'justlfy In California. It . reixirtcd to bo 15 perpetuation of nny vestige of tio STO.Nr. feet lu length, fi foot 4 Inches In width system. Cleveland, based upon pn'sent figures, and fl fcut ft Inches thick. demaudiMl "ltesolvcd, Lalwr has Ir Is nukcrtcd that there Is not n livwhen jnonijpollsts seek pnjtectlon will lo swelled to 35,000, whllo that for ing stream of water In Thimins county, they should ask ll by lis right mono, W. J, Stone, fordovernor, will bo nboui Kan., nor a tree of natural growth. All nnd at thu place prot hied forthii'mvdy, 2.1,000. Tho democrats elect thirteen the mi int tho farmers there don't llnd ami not btrivc to turn tho national gov- out of fifteen congressmen. Weaver any trouble in raising wheat that turns ernment Into ii gigantic, pnupoi institu- and llidwell each got loss than 1,000 votes. out thirty bushels to the acre. tion." 1 As m'.aiii.y as ean bo ascertained, tho Suicides With an, Apron String. Ohio lViilti'Mllnrr Miillillr Irrigated lands of California oomprlso Sal. si, O.,- - Nov. ll. Mrs. (leorgo Com Jiiifd, ()., "A'or, I'i Clinplnln W. ll,.VHl,000 nrrev Irrigation hns cost committed but It has Increased tho value It. Dmlloy, of tho penitentiary, lias com- Coutrath, of I.ootonla, banking nt thnt place by herself piled his unuual report of prison statisof tho land j.wo.ooo.ooo. s on an old tree back with l'nor. A. D. Hoi'KiM", of tho West tics. Among tho 1,0.11 crlminils tho during tho year, 131 crimes nro of ago, house. She was about 50 years. 'lrglnla experiment utatlon, ha Df and owned considerable prop-frtyfiom Km opo with u bug which, represented, burglary and larceny being thinks, will destroy the plnctroo prevalent, mimbcilug ivi Iteliglously he A Mains Town Burnett. boctlo that hns so greatly dumnged tho eonsldcrcd, those of Muthodtst parents IlocMonr, Me., Nov. II. A lire broko prcdomlunto, with :i7; t'nlhollcs '.'1, West Vlrghila forests. llaptlst l',"J, Presbyterian 01, I.utlurju Dut In Camden, nt 'i o'clock, Thursday A.N advertisement appears In n western paper which rendu thus: "If (Joo. 5.', Christian 10. United llrcthrcn it'. morning, which, before it could bo destroyed tho entiro business porWll lain llrowli, who dosetted his poor Fplscopal ts, Disciple 11; 07 have no joins ago, chinch, nml there are six Hebrews, iim tion of tho town, including thu tele. wife and babe twenty-liv- e AiUc.itlst finpH otllco. Purtloulnrs can not yet bo will loturn, tho aforesaid babo will Mcnnonlte, ono Soventh-da- y jbtnlnod. and ono Shaker, knotk tho stufllng out of hlin," of tho ConfectionA coiini.aro.NiiK.Nr Xtatuoky's P.urallty. .Mr llm llijolr... ers' .Journal says that bnnunn Julco IiOi'ihViLLC, Ky., Nov. 11, Latu reNeiv ot Citv ok Mkxico, Nov, s indcllblo Ink. A n mnl's tho election of Mr. Cleveland was re- turns indicate thnt tho plurality for tho ispot on a whlto shirt from a dead rlpo ceived hero by turift reformers in Jcmocratlc national ticket In this stuto linn in is marked forever, and tho juice Mexico with great satisfaction, and is ivlll reach 20,500. fron bananas thoroughly decayed Is a rcrtaln to strengthen them in theireou-tes- t brig' t, clear carmine. Vttusn Iloriimin Djit. against monopolies AlAdKA rovers an urea of 675,000 Paiiis, Ky., Nov. 11. "Uncle" Jack protectionists Imvo em Mexican Mini re miles, nnd has 'Jft.OOO miles of ployed tho arguments of tho Ainerl a" Hook, tho widely known turfman, died coai'llli'' Tim population Is probably high tariff parly, and tho complete imiii Thursday morning from consumption, uboi.t yo.OOO, of which nil but MOD n lie wns one uf the licit known trotting of that party Is a treineiuhiuls Won t norscmen In Kentucky. .Mr. Hook lint .o Indians. The Fulled Mates them. ' nt derives n lurgn reveituo fivm Mr. Clovolnnd U giontly admired In trained such good ones ns lllllotlo (2:00 Do Splnks ( It Its v .st iMiorirPuud fur tiade. Tim this country ns a friund to MmIoi. Ablilo V. (2ili fur soul and fur otter trBdo nlono U with wluso president ho has been nl Annorenu (tw 2;2o; Cy 1300,001 n year. worth lone (2:2.'l and others. ' wayb on pleasant terms. l'u-rop- Swotlon, Mnxlou nnd IVni, nml n pot otllco hiifi Just l.oen nunictl In Knox county for Turkey. Am Iiij;vuIou Indlanlnn ha Invented plow lii which an niior or u Nvrcw inuld Uxtrd U operated by means of n drive wheel In tho renr. Jo.NiKliono, tJii.. h.i n rrldentho. It U rcjvurtc.l, has only rnt !S In the pn.t lx yours for clothes, lie Is mi Id to 1 worth over (10,01)0. -- f the (Inlf of Ilothnln At tho them Is a i'i 'in on the .uinm'.t of i whleh Hie limo inriietiinlly -r.. . j- ii t I a.; Tn - try v re ad iv wiit;lveii ly nn "Always treat nn lin.ult "Co I prli-st- . IIUo mud from a pnslti; vehicle; ;iovcr hruh It .f until It Is dry." Ml" HKMiKf'AuriiH.t, of Allentown. 'n ml nn icy that she could uiako n piiinikln pin In flvo minute. Sho mndo n k od ore In t' ur inlimtcn. A three llritish Kcmuen lose their live every dny hy ilrownlnj,', sou llritish mid nnd Millini; sexfcols are lost nt cii yearly. No IssTltfiiov or device lias with-hl- l iljlrulf wi well ns llie nlcUcl-li- i' t inuelilno, whleh as n collector of kiuntl coin is .till n gva Miecess. A Moim.iiu.I'iv, farmer (rre"'i itUkald, tin Iil.h jxitBto, the (talk of whleh wns live feet seven Inches In height, and Nre at Its root u linshel of poltoe. Mns, i! V. S. ji'.cm:miI'sii, of Troy, . has ptvon to the trusloes of tho N. Troy I'limilo somitiary a fund for tho erection of a school for music and nrt. Tin: moth has a fur jacket mid the Imttcilly has none because tho nocturnal habits of the moth require it The diurnal movements, of tho butterfly do not. A.s automatic match Igniter Is a recent novel ty You pull a levi r, it mutch travels jilorif- - a roughened Mirfncu nnd Is then thrutt out of an opening nlrcady iK'nitid. A I'iiii iiki rim woman rocs shop-jiin- i; with a baby carriage which Is pushetl by a smnll ctilon.il boy in livery, nnd klio returns with It loaded with he-i. .. itr-ainethe-olo- In Muliie one can llt N'orw ilfwrcln IcS.lki CunnKtlmt Hrkittirti riorWs . tlinl X.IMJ . . Illltwi. lnOluus lows ... .. ir ,. , A B.IIJ I'M m.iiii . K.Stm iMllUlUI., . . . ro.t. v! H.ryKMl Mk.nsnllB.rlts XllililC'"- IM1 . . Xllntsts MiMilfctta nvi IV'. i.n . Ji5n: MI.Uiliiv. Ml.wuri Nebrk.lik ... svwf .u?..! I0.W8 !.'cr4a Kpw Nfw VrW North Oirullna .Vorlti Hakoia. Ohio. NrwJirwy .. lUmiwhlra M, uH iji lltlll n.iuM toe . Orrcori. ... "... . llhiKlr l.kb.1 hflulh i sr4in Soslb PukoU Trnnt.Miv , .. Tetas Vermont. Vlrrlhkv WftalitarloB Wrl Vlnrlnl Al ji,i "t Wid Wfotnloc Still Inrtuubl. All lMti.l Kit VOTU MCAHI.V IN. llul I'mir Imllstis Coutillr. HrarA l'rom liullcintr m I'lurslllul (Irrr'-itrTlinua.nil. I.NIHAAl,ot.l, Itul.Xov. 12. Itctiu-n- s from eighty-eigh- t out of ninety-twcounties received to dale have not materially changed the estimate of the o nov r.r.xcr nhlson. Fifth district, Flotcher, IL; Klxth dls trlct, Haldwln, I).; Seventh district, lloon, pwplc's Tho latter Is very close, however, and Flog, R, m sy beat Hoe n out From tho present Indications tho legislature will bo by a small majority, but no II purrs cuti bo izlvciu, Itrpulillcans claim Nelson's fltep.) majority for governor will DC ton nnd twelve thousand. -u Th Indianai-oms, lnilani democratic plurality In Indiana lierelo-fi- umiii tho legislature are still Incomplete. Returns thus far Indicate that will Ik? composed of 3il demothe crats and 13 republicans!, with 3 In doubt, and tho house of 07 democrats LecUUturt. ImL. Nov. IJ. Figures Moro Tlmn Six Hundrod Thouflftnd ,. JjftiiUOMi, Va., sov. 14. A torriblt shi&oiv hns bicn cast over the annual Mon Oonntnntly TJndor Arms. oesficn of tho llnrHl.t general nssemblj of llrglnla, now In session at Danville, Uiilrr the l.str, In limn nf Mar, tliQ hy He shooting nnd denth of ono of Its .Mllllsrv Mtrnijcth Wnul.l lis six tillalerters In that city. He v. J. II. Moffel Trenirmluua linns tleriiisMy's vvBAcnc of tho most prominent hnd llctil liirrrs.nl l'ojiulntlon, estcened membcrsof the llaptlst clergy inili) state. He was the leader of the profclltlon party In Virginia nnd tho 12. Nov. Flnnncc h edit gradually getting tho better of politics, kapta of a newspaper in Dauvlllo Dr. MofTct as nnd a decision between thu two must bo mwila coming on apace. With a debt of four caprUs, most uggrosslvo prohibition and vva. severe in his strictures billion roubles, nn unredeemed no a Issue of about an equnl amount and u upfjmany of tlio leaders of tho three otiw parties in the campaign. several years' deficit of something Tuesday, the day of the election, like WW.000,000 mublcs, hIso uncovMrp. a Clarke, ered, Itussinns lmvo again fulled nan prominent a lawyer of Danville DcmocraL to rnKo tho contemplated loan thats bogus electoral ticket discovered was being lu France. Ardently ns they mny chjBjiated nmong the voters. Ho met wish to p.ay off Uussla ngalnst Dfn)loffett nnd accused him of thu the French decline to send mon-o- y sukhln of them tlokcts. Dr. Moffett ally in his "iitifo)n vlgorqus terms that such was to their ought-to-b- e straits As the london and llerlln altercation iook piacc. markets nre likewise closed to them, It follows thnt tho llussUns have gorto spartea witnont any injury to bo pacific or else to play soruede.pcrato K 'On Friday succeeding the elcc-D- r. trick If they wish to try and inako .HolTett's paper, things square. Though incomparably of mined scrcro denur.slatlons sxy better oft, Uvrwany nnd France, to ko. nothing of Austria, Italy and tho minoi lo was called "blackguard," a fry, are following In the wake of the alskyito" and sundry other disrep tottering ciar. utable eplthcti wero applied to him. Nothing daunted by tho dflclt of .10,. S on nfter tho appearance of the paper 0JO.00O marks, the (lerman government I) '. MoiTctt, whllo on his way to proposes to add about 100,(00 men to Its tl e llaptlst convention, was mot standing nnny at an outlay of 100,000,-00- 0 or Clarke. by Dr. the street marks a year, so formidable an In- Thrrc was another altercation. Mr. crease lelng required to restoro the Clarke an In excited resented military equilibrium between tho triplo It tner tho Insults of and dual alliances Oermnny, ns Italy In the evening. i about 7 o'clock and Austria are losing breath, thinks ycr anil preaclier camo together, herself obliged to bear tho brunt of tin dbeforctho usual crowd to n fight friends aro day, and do alone what her i'J nsscmhlo two pistol shots rang avowedly unablo to take a hand In. A t upou tho nir. I tic people camo few figures will elucidate tho strain put ilng to tho scene. Mr. MoiTctt upon tirrmany In consequence. shot through the abdomen, and Tho Oermnn population, notwith- Cwtkc was wounded in the wrist Mof- standing an exodus of 200,000 a fott lingered until Sunday morning, yenr, has Increased 2.1 per cent, within wlim ho died, and Clarke is in js.ll, bail the Inst twenty years. Of the 2.1,000,000 b'jg refused. males Included in 51,000,000 Inhabitants, sloul 8,700,000 belpg between 20 and 41 A PLEA FOR 'POSSUM. yenrs of age, uro liablo to servo when called ouL Under the new bill rather Tt.Ulihiir V rsr.r uf a Coloreil Cnnvlst In I the OhloJnltriitlary. 000,000 men aro to more thnn Cji.umiiuh, O., Nov. 14. There wns under nrms, corsternntion, followed by an uproar, be kept constantly d being now men all penitentiary at placul in tho infthe llttlo chapelwhenthe JIoso Allen, for tho first time old S Jul ay morning, will cause the cancellation rnnks This d prisoner, from jolorcd, of 100.000 exemptions hitherto annually a The Scnith Carolina, aroso to pray granted for reasons of economy. If this g was opened fit tho usual Is a fearful tax to bear In times of wly by Chaplain Dudley, hnd sev-er- il peace, the bunion will bo incomparably followed with nugmcuted in war, when, with an an- brief of thoof convicts and l was whilo prayer, words nual recruitment of 20,000 men, llublo In rot and years in line and al lends were bowedhigher tilings, that to serve twenty-fou- r nl lenru turnoti to reserve, the army, after nllowiug for ol l.Moso grasped his opportunity to deaths and Invalids, must bo estimated s: nk good word In anticipation of of all at about 0,000,000, or This is the way he T unksgivlng. males in the prime of life. 11 lit: Tho present figure of 4,300.000 was Pear, beloved brudderln nnd slstcrn, considered the acme of military effort I aik do Lord pcrmlttln roe to kum ter compatible with the continuance of el nrch dls year beautiful Sabbat morn. civic life; tho future total sngeosts no nil dunno know dot beautiful longer nn army, but an armed nation, Tinksglvln Day is near nt linn. On tho ancient Tcutonio on the pattern of will eat turkey; What was Jat day some folks tribes when on the war-patvoice cat chicken; some cat duck: some natural enough two thousand yenrs oil lamb and soino eat sheep. Hut us airo Is tho rcverso hi these modem Jurtrs we would like thnt good ole times; what was a bpontaneans,, ef, brllpril J.,, Uhp nil JC.IcIt fort "on" tho 'part of primitive tribcf," dcr UirorTIm;i put 'I in out two nights rejoicing In dealing and receiv- and 'let 'im fross llrltv; 'im In. ing death, Is left nn accursed inllic-tto- n Par nl Mm, like Stuff 'im. upon n pacific race bent upon de- wo. turken nn' base Mm. Put fense only, nnd threatened by French 'im 1 de pan Put sweeten Liters all vanity and Uusslan sivngery, neverthe- rou:l dat poss Put Mm In and less Looking ufon things fnm n pure- she'dat stovo dean. Oo way, tinkin' ly arithmetical point of view, nnd nbc ' lloorcgard, JelT Davis, Llncolr drawing inevitable conclusions there- nn' rant I.ct 'in stay In dcr n wile. from, it is hardly to lie wondered at Ope dat stovo doah. Ole possy all that the loading military writers of turnd brown nnd de gravy drippln' in (Jreat llritnln should just hnvo combinde an, dcclnre dat poss nm cooked, ed to pile a voluinn on tho chances of llrlirdat poss out dat stove. Put Mm whnt they represent as "the Immediateon . table. Don't cut in wile es 'ot, fo' ly impending war." dirt's sake. Ainen " of this unique A the conclusion prnT there was an outburst of wild VOTE MAY DB DIVIDED. laupter from tho prisoners il Illiln'. Dlrrtoml Voir I. Vrrr Much Will Simply Walt. I p. Y' ngstow.v, ()., Nov. II Tho Col.t'Miii'f, O., Nov. 12. The matheand Nnll Co., which has been maticians are still nt work u t both thu cug?cd in putting In foundations for a republican nnd democratic state head1 plant nt Nilcs ()., has lnrc quarters, but they had not altered any- doc-ieto complete the work already thing up to Friday afternoon. Tho re- Into out, but will not finish the publicans claim tho state by 1,000 or c until the policy of the 1,200, nnd tho democrats by "JOO qr 1,000. ndminlstrntlou is determined. lint three) otllclal returns have been re- If f.vornblo to tho Industry ceived by Secretary of Stnto Poorman, the works will bo lighted, otherwise these from Knox, Fairfield and Marion will be changed to some other counties They ihow a peculiar state the' FnAs-KroiiAnti-Liquo- r. Oer-man- y, 'ot.-onaa- n Anti-Liquo- r, Anti-Liquo- r. ahle-lKxllcprjfcjcr-meetlnen-netwo-tldnls able-bodi- tTliuil Bi. ll..MnntfLotfyrr. hy ,t. n Clark, 0UJI INDIANS. They Neglect Their Farms to Run ter GovernmenjTRfitlons, Ami Threaten Af- OF LA1J0K STATE NEWS To Moot la . Jlnrr since Thlnc to llq Trnuhla t'nlr.. Thry Art One of Cnn.lilrrl fvWJt ii. ti,s (juration or llir L'hr)runr. nusl Ite.trlcHMrVnmlgrntlnii-- lt Villi Arnpiilior. Almin llitvr C'o.t S),OU,- He Ofpttm-- ky the Knight.. HSO, anil 1 liry (Inly Nombrr 3,300. I HOI) 02l tliMetliiwrtitnl ift s Convontlon at Louis. of ndlnnComfnlssioncr Morgan was Monday callod tn a press dispatch from Onthrle, Ok., stating In effect that there wero fears of tronble among the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians In Oklahoma during tho approaching winter, because of tho reduction in tlio food supply furnished by the government, nnd stating that even now they were in a state of great distress for want of food. For this condition of ulTnirs, tho dispatch stated, tho government Js Vy many persons held "directly responsible. Commissioner Morjran said: "It will be a suffi cient reply to this statement to give the , I d Wasiiinoto.v, Nov. 15. The alien-tio- n ... Tho srcncral as- Workman's convention Tuesday minority of the mem momlnff. Ot bers haro sW Jg mired. John Devlin, fl board, said Monday of tho exe that among'1 most Important things I by the convention to be restricting immt- will 1)0 ttttvr, 'oration- - "I. we," he said, "that It niton. anything Is, j lsdv.t ... I .... It will bo In .1 ..! .1 1 WIO lUtM jm inuiuhiuin utuiniini, rided immigration, and against ut M to It ono of tho prln- making . clnUa'oll Tho K. of L. every-A- 'l tho subject, r J where' wtsTH embly,TJ.;, hall In ai St. Lotrtiv m: 15- .- L, meets at baf ' i.. . j? .' .. "., i llidwell electors, 44. Judge Holt's majority is 512. Ki.i.Iott county gave the democnvtlq. ticket 023 majority. O.nr of the Cincinnati Southern locomotives, gotngsoath, carried a live game rooster perched upon the tank of the alar sentiment. engine. , , 231, M Thomas Shannon has bought n Fayette county farm for .rh'.ch he paid (2:1. BOO cash A few years ago he was a newsboy In Lexington, and later a pagn' in the sennto at (.1 per day. He Is now on tho wny to riches, nnd nil on account of his skill in guessing which horso.wlll 'i ' ' win. Gkiitie Stoi.i., of Augusti, hanged herself with a shcet.in tho lunatic asylum nt Lexington, where sho was confined. Aiik Vii.masi8 nnd Will Wntts, both colored, are held at Lexington for the murder of Jerry Downing. Tin: oflleial yoto of Lewis Is as fob lows. Harrison electors, 1,520; Cleve land electors, 1,1112; Weaver electors, ii tJr the north." What lie wanted them to do, the president said, and what he endenvorf.d to Impress upon them, was the absolute necessity of keeping the republlcnn states in lino nnd carrying New l ork, He had realized for some time past that the drift of public sentiment was ngntust him and his party, nnd It was this that led him to force this advice upon the party lciders Tho disregard of this advice had much to do with the rosult of last Tuesday. Tho president lealizcd, before any of tho election returns came in Tuesday, that he was a defeated man. "The verdict last Tuesday, the prcsl dent says "could bo construed, in but ono nny. It meant n condemnation ot tho extreme high tnrHT policy of tho republicans lho Inevitable result, If tho party wos to hope for a renewal of power, was a modification of Its position, but not a denunciation altogether of the protective tariff policy, which lias been tho keynote of every republican campaign for many years past" AN WKffrVi'eiKeTL! Thoy number 3.300. Since the year 1803 keep out tSwiFrrff'lftss of Europe. theie hns been expended for their bene Speaking of the report that Mr. fit for rations, clothing, employes, etc., Pdwilcrly Hntends to resign as grand the sum of $1,109,8.10, in fulfillment of master workrhTn, flencral Worthy Foretreaty stipulations; thera has man Hugh Cavanaugh stated Monday expended lo their behalf for tho same night that, as Ills term of office had not purpose slnco 1372, tho sum of (3,23.1,039, expired, ho could not resign. As to a all of which was a gratuity, given by refusal to servo again In tho samo congress to supply their necessities nnd capacity, Mr. Cavanaugh and other promoto their civilization, and not who are In tho city declare thcro called for by any treaty." It no ground for bcltevlng ho will take A call will bo Issued very soon for a such action. meeting of tho house committee on ap"Snch reports are simply the biennial propriations nt noon on Monday (No- nowspaper talk," said Secretary Hayes vember 20) next This will give the "There Is, so far as I know, no opposicommittee about a week's timo in which tion to him, nnd the executive board to prepare come of tho regular annual will not let him tro." appropriation bills for the action of General Master Workman Powderly congress when it race ts for tho second reached the city late Monday evening. session. He refused to talk with the reporter of the Associated Tress regarding tho HARRISON'S DEFEAT. report that ha Intended not to The I'retlilrnt Dill hot Tavor n High accept another term of his present THrlir l'.illcy. ofllce. General Secretary Hayes, how Washington1" Nov. 13. President reporter: "I havo talked said to discussing the defeat of the ever, Mr. the Harrison, Powderly, and he assures mo says: "It wns due mainly with republicans, ho will not leave us, and that all reto tho position of tho party on tho tariff ports to the contrary ore untrue." question. I he republicans had forced this issue to an extreme, which evidentSMUGGLED WATCHES. ly did not meet with the approval of the IT Wore a Cnr.rt Containing Slity-riepeople. lne Gold l'ork.t., and In Kach Vt'kS "There was a strong belief that the Tlrkrr." Force bill issue kept tho solid south Nkw York, Nov. 1.1. Among the paswithin the old lines, but it did moro from than thaL for It brought to the support sengers who landed last eveningHavre, of the democratic ticket many votes in the steamer La llotirgogne from nlso-bcen ls ht well-buil- t, broad-shouldere- d l I 1 Ihaab raM IwtlnD. .. , i. m. anuj-frc- tj jrufertiuiiuiumeir-UH-s imhj WiNCiitsTWt Is the slxfltclty fount) .lintt.B.B. ..!. . "3TlS c state In number of registered voters. E. T. Hoiiehts, n promlneTht druggist of Oakland committed suicide by shooting himself in thu mouth. lie leaves a wife nnd no children. Tim precinct No. 4, Lincoln county, voted SCO ballots nt lho election.' Tho polls closed at i p. in., the result was nnnounccd In front of the booth at 4:4.1 p. m., and at 5:10 p. m. all reports wero In tho hands of tho county clerk, ono and one-hal- f miles away. ' Tun Carter county crfmlnnl court convened nt Grayson. Tlio docket l heavy, and a long term is proiulsed. Judge J. IE. Ilotts was elected special Judge, owing to the sickness of Judgo J. M. Kice. I.v a dispute over a game of cards at Frankfort, Sam Sanders shot Ilea Frazier in the shoulder, inflicting a painful though not fatnl wound. San ders ran away, but returned and wns hold in (500 to answer to the grand Jury. FliED Mahti.v, a young man of Hen dcrson, committed suicide by taking morphine. Martin was a tobacco twister In tho Itobards manufactory, nnd leaves a young w lfe nnd one child. Ills motive is uncertnln. He made good wages and had no family jars Mns JftiA Ffitonitso.v, of Gratz, was accidentally shot in tho faco by her affianced husband, John Hazlette. The republicans elected a sheriff In Greenup county for the first tlmo in ELETOrlVVAGER. 1 1 Mud-illr- e dem-ocr.i- tin-plat- o pol ilIN of afTalis In those three counties Lorenzo Dan-for- ho Sln-gl- lj republican elector at large, runs ahead of tho ticket by 05 votes, and W. A. Seward, the democratic elector at lnrgo, runs ahead of his ticket by 11,1 votes This wns cnusod by men marking only tho names of those gentlemen under n mistaken notion that they were thereby voting tho btratght tickets At ltepubllcan headquarters much of tho calculations have been n tho highest vote east for elecbased tor, and it is now apparent that that basis Is not n cood one. It Is by no mean" certain that Ohio has gone republican, and it is doubtful whether S. M. Taylor is elected. Texas Resu'ti. Americans Cross Atlioa Bicycles. I.'snox, Nov. 11. A dispatch to the Tlict from Shanghai, China, announces theuccessful termination of tho journey two American college students, whttct out somo months ago to cross Asii on bicycles They traveled by wnt of Tnshkond, Kuldja, Urlmtsl, Iln" , Suhchnu, Lnnchow, Sengan and na. They wero everywhere la y 'received. kin J( .tbn-credltc- d T Jus-tie- (Iai.vksto.v, Tex., Nov. 12 Fuller returns from the state confirm tho election of Hogg by 50.00J to 73,000 plurality. Tho next legislature, both housu and sennte, will bo overwhelmingly democratic. Tho populist will hnvo less than a half dozen senutors out of thirty-one- , and less thnn twenty of u total of 12s in tho house. There will le two or throe republicans In the lower house, but nouo in the upper. North Carolina Ktiults. llAIKIflll, N. C lillsd Whllo Walking on the Track. XIANCK, O., Nov. 14. John Prich- nnlaged 43, a prominent citizen of Pal- livo miles north of this towi, Jivas struck by n train on tho All!- nmid ortllcrn runway while walking on ru track on his way home nnd startly Ills body wns terribly Ina-uu- d. Dsath cf Col, Amos Shlnkle. kcin.nati. Nov. II CoL Amos illicit, well known millionaire, of Cfmgton, Ky., died nt his home in that en J, at 10 o clock, Sunday nlirht, two si dlnr. Jlr. Shlnkle was ill scnroelv tKtntv hours Ho leaves mi estate es- tlfcttednt 82.000.000. Vslih re Tin-Pla- ts lyi after the anniversary ot his wed- - Nov. 12. The demo- Nlio.N, Nov, H, sul-cld- apron-string- ar-ilv-ed sub-hie- d, crats hnvo elected all tho congressmen fntm this state except, perhaps, In the Fifth, which will to decided only by tho oflleial count. Tho democrats nli have the largest majority In the legislature, that they have ever had. In the democrats, senate there nro forty-on- e two populists, ono republican nnd two seats still in doubt RuiijU's Plurality Increat-J- . Host on, Nov. 12. Tho discovery of an error in the governor vote of Marlbon Increases (lov. Russell's plurality 100 votes, making ltu,037. plato manufacturers, whoso works been closed aro giving notice of n nmption of work ut their establish- its Tho nows of tho democratic victory has been received with groat s:tUfnction in iron and man- tin-plat- e Works to Burl Up. A unmberof Welsh 'taring districts of Great llritnln. Archblshon K.nrlck's CaaJlutor. Dlliui'UF, la Nov. 14. It Is under- hero thut Archbishop Satolll will o?lde that lllshop Honnessy, of Du- line, shall beeomu condlutor to Arch- bitfiop Kcnrick, of St. Louis, with the r'thl of surcesslon. first-clas- li gui-ern- ii -l) I Birvants Combine in London. Ptanut. Flra at Norfolk, Va. rOMmv. N'nv. 14. Tho latest trnttrs NoiUOLK,Vtt.,Nnv. 12. A destructlvo union development In London is tho Tiro broko out in tho largo peanut of tho Merchants' nnd Farmers' foriaaton of a Domestic Servants' union. Fcven hundred servants have Co., spreading on tho cast of thc.Ftim o street to nlrcady joined, and the number of works nnd Jumping over tho members in London Is cstimntcd tho (iwaltno.v-llunklePeanut Co., 110,000. destroying tho buildings The Ins so far is between fV),ii.1t) and Kalchtt of Labor Ostherln-r- , '' Louis, Nov. II HughCavuunugh, flnolniiat.. ( huiios Martin, Toledo; Oklahouu L g.tla'.uri D mncr it'.o '," " Devlin, Detroit, nnd other lending O. T., Nov. 12.- - Hop. its 'JUhtsof labor, to.iohed thoir hotel from iiuaiiy all the counties In the n iiiltj-iiuli'lit, tn attend the national iltory show Unit tho demoor.its vvu) "fably VWilu.iJi.y. have both branches of the legislature. i Li fnc-lopos-slbly $7.1,-00- ' - lho l'rrirorn of n Itut Crimil nt rarkrr.hari;. P.VUKiltsnuito, W. Va., Nov. M. Sev eral weeks since two prominent citizens, Capt W. P. Mooncy and Joseph both of Dobbins this state, who wero excellent friends, but of dilTcrent political views, made an agreement that should Harrison bo elected the democrat should cat a live rat in the town hall, and should Cleveland beat Harrison the republican was to ac As the loturns complish that feat. camo In it could be plainly seen thut both parties were luborlng under groat excitement, nml on Thurnday It was that Mr. Mooncy, tho republican, would havo to cat tho rat The hour' nppolnted wns 7 o clock the next evening. Tho rat, a lnrgo one; had been caught some time before nnd had been well cared for, nnd was In good condition. Mooncy found that ho couldn't bolt the raw material and begged his opponent to lot up, but he would not, ngreelng, however, that It might be cooked. Promptly at tho hour tho hall was packed and jammed with people, nnd shortly afterward the nit was brought In, cooked to a nicety. Mooncy succeeded In eating the rodent but didn't pick tho bones. llu. Vute In liitllttin IniiianaI'olis, Nov. 15. Tho oflleial returns from b.1 counties in tho state Husfkry and Holland. give the total people's party vole as. Cholera la Frsaee, 15. A dispatch from London, Not. 20,242 and the prohibitionists 11,027. Paris to tho Standanl says fresh casus Tlio remaining seven counties will of reported from Ktahles, cholera Incrcaso the.se totals Courtvlllc, are not materially Cabis, Arras, lloulogne. lfes,s polled 17,351 In tho populists Avion and oi.ewhero in tlio north of for secretary of state and tho pro A dispatch from lluda-Pesthibitionists 13,000. The oflleial returns France. that he disease Is spreading In reports verify tho report previously sent out mr-Southern Hungary. that tho democracy. In joint ballot In Western tliu general assembly, will have 08 votes Mrs Deacoa's Bard Lines. Nov. IS. On Wednesday the P.V1M- -, and thu republicans 52. Ir. tho sennto tho vote will stand 3.1 to 15, nnd lu tho court will lie asked to imposo a dally houso Oil to 37 on party questions. Tho line of 4,cii francs on Mrs Deacon unreturns from all tho counties lu the til she produces her daughter, whom state show a democratic plurality of she alHliicted Tho court seems to be ugains heron all points SMI. Chlt-- r .Mrrrlmiin Detiil, Gov McKtnlsy't Father. ISai.moii, N. a, Nov, 1.1. Soon after 3 . Nov. 1.1. Gov. MeKinley Canton". o'oluck Monday morning Chief Justice and wife aro lu the city, attendants at Augustus S. Mcrrlmun died tit his homo the celebration of the elglity-tl- f th birthhereof diabetes, after several months of day of tlic governor's father. The aged critical illness. Ho served In the state goiitleman i In good health nnd lives legislature, and was in the stuto militia quietly wtH his excellent wife ut t licit service during tho llrst mouths of the home on est Tuscarawas street war. Then he became solicitor, mid Jjha Hooy is Doad. later judge, resigning in InIj owing to New Yon. Nov. IB. John Hooy died some oonllict with (Ion. Can by. llu camo hero and practiced law lu 172, in ids apartments nt Dolmonleo's one and uftor a remarkable contest ho v.as minute n ter 10 o'clock Monday night. Iteil States senator In lssl, The end as peaceful, and not oven a elected , wns np, .ntcd associate Justice, and convulsion shook tho frame of the once Mr. llocv died ol two yours ago was uppolutetl and elect- powerful "'" ed, chief Justice. llrlght's d scuse. ! in. I.ithor I iiiiiinl,luiirr 1'rrk Ditch triirih R (justed to Ritlfa, Ai.iia.nv, N. V, Nov. 15. Lnbor Com.. Nov, 1.1. Thu scandal Com tl" missioner Cliarloi F. Pcclc uml his ste- growing out of the recent trip of Adjt-lien- . nographer, Elbert ltodgcrs. were disPocock and Miss Lucy Ithodcs tc charged lu thu cojrt of sestlons Mon- Chicago was revived Monday by rumuri day, Judgo Cluto sustaining the dethnt the governor had notitlcd the genmurrer to tho Indictment found against eral to resign- them. Murdsrel in the R'.v r. Nn I lri tltin nt Cini'ri .i. Nr.w YmiKrNov, 15, The Sun says; Chat i mim. , Tenu , Nov. 1.1. "Tho Sun Is permitted to announce Jane's wife with n party of searchers, that It Is lho present de- found his Uitv Itnutinglu thM'oiiucMc llond .Monday. termination of o.vl'nuliloiil Cluvuliinil river lint to call mi cxtritortlluury session nl tluiisli.it iv.nuiilsjwi'iv till th.it told th t, congiess nftar Ills 'kiuiiigtitiilitm tn story of i uitijjerintis iniin;"r Mm oh I iw7,t" olow Ate c, h Jr tln-llt- 'e . Muoi-iisl' n I. lie Al. Wino, who killed his wife in a bawdy house at Louisville, was captured nt New Orleans Iticv. Dit JosK.ru J. Huli.ocit, of Washington, D. C, a Presbyterian divine, at one time chaplain of tho United States when Ilrecklnridgo wns tlicd at Lexington. At .lit Zion whllo shucking corn, James Langdon nnd Pat Murphy quarreled over politics Langdon was stabV bed to death. Abe Williams and Will Watts, two colored men, have been arrested on sus plclou for tho murder of Joines Down ing, at Lexington. At Harmon C T. Sonthworth shot and killed Green liarr. An old feud baa existed between tho parties Tin: women of Louisville organized o Woman's Columbian club, for the of furnishing a parlor In the WomU. S. Commissioner Shields, said that his name was Louis Marbet, and that an's building nt tlio World's fair. Tin: now- - famous No. 2 revenuo bill ho was a baker, and had lived for sevHo went to became n lnw the other day without eral years In Seattle. This Switzerland In July last, nnd bought the signature of tho governor. the watches there, he said, for (300. He fact will bo Indorsed upon tho docuwas held for examination In default of ment, which, as a law, goes into effect ot once. Tho blanks printed In ncconl-Rnc- c (3,500 balL with it nro nlrcady In tho hands of A Farmsr Devour 1 by Swins. the assessors Hactb, Intl., Nov. 15. Jesso Teiire SiiKitiPF Jest. Davis, of Carter counSykcs, an old farmer residing thrco ty, has made his nnnual settlement with I int., met with a miles from Newport, the state In full for 1S92, turning horrible death Sunday evening. Ho was (7,014.00 into tho stnto treasury About 5 o'clock subject to epileptic fits PlhKVll.i.B is to havo the best court he went out to feed u lot of hogs As house in eastern Kentucky. tho ho did not appear for supper one of Mit.s Penkloi-- McGuinr.,of MtEber, members of his family went out to seo born In 1772, is dead. Her husband died wliat was the matter. What was his fifty years ago. horror to see the hogs tearing out tho Gov. has vetoed the corporaentrails of the old man and devouring tion billllitowx during thcextra session, passed them, lloth lefc--s wero nearly stripped his opinion being that tho bill was not of flesh. -- The badly mutilated remains properly pasbed. wero removed to the house. Mahti.n Cannon, aged about 85, was found dead in John Sullivan's Vino Btrant Burvlval of Injuries. Pori.An GnoE, Ark., Nov. 15. Sam. street saloon, Lexington, tho other morning. Tho man wns d runic in tho McKiel. a Negro of this place, is a living; curiosity. Some time in August ho uftcrnoon, and on closing up his place was sitting near a fire. He had a fit Sullivan locked Cannon In a small anteand fell ou tho fire, his head striking a room nnd left the place On opening heap of red coals His face, neck nnd next morning Cannon was found dead head wero burned until not only tho nnd Coroner Delph held an inquest over hair and flesh Ml off, but the skull was the remains Tho jury found the folburned so badly that a piece ns largo as lowing verdict: "Wo find the body to a man's hand camo off. He Is now up bo that of Martin Cannon, and that be and tho wounds show a rcheallng. Ho camo to his death from hemorrhage and has a plaster over tho brain. Anyone suffocation." llouituo.v county gives the democratic-tickecan seo tho brain when tho plaster 655 majority. In 18S8 the county Is off. pur-post was a man in fashionable attire, whose particularly upright bearing attracted tho attcatlon of Special Customs Inspectors On examining Drown and Donovan. him more closely Inspector Donovan noticed something larger than a button bulging out at the back of his Ho tightly fitting fall overcoat was taken Into the examination room, and despite his Indlgnnnt protest w as obliged to remove his clothing. Then It wa found that lie wore about his body something that was a cross between a woman's corset and a life In it were pockets containpreserver. valuable gold watches ing sixty-eigThe watobjjsjYere seized, and the man was locked up in thb y.ud'otv street j.IL Jf Is name Is 'Louis Marke, and he is a resident of some town in Washington, where, It is believed, he keeps a jewelry store. The watches found on him nro valued at (13, COO. The prisoner, when arraigned beforo twenty years republlcnn. nre that Franklin county has gone democratic by 775 votes, with two precincts to hear from. Jr'rankfort goes 40 democratic, tho first tlmo In years Very heavy vote in city: light in country. People's party polled about 300 votes In the country. Ci.evm.AND's vote In lloyle county 1,24.7, went 02 iNniCATiOgNs r . Harrison 1,173, Weaver 47; Cleveland's majority 74. Sautly (dcm.), for circuit judge, has a majority of 112 over Hern-doAbout seventy ballots wero thrown out In tho county ou account of pioparution or no preparation at ull. McCreary (dcm.), for congress, no opposition. At ML Sterling tho electric1 Ugh plant hns been compelled to shut off the lights early In tho evening on account of tho scarcity of water. A kkw days ago a buzzanl was seen crossing the farm of Mr. T. I). Welsh, at New Carlisle, w lth a bell on it Tim noise of tho boll could bo heanl for 0 Thoy wero all going mile or moro. J. D. llKMthTT, who recently shot and killed isylvoster Adams at Willard, has been plucod under n :l,000 bond, to of tlio grand Jury at Hnter-prisawait act-oIlls attorney, Hon. Prater, lo whom ho surrendered, will get the (250 offered for his nrrcst. It requires about (350,000 a month to pay the teachers of Kentucky thei salaries. At Louisville John Woodward and Joseph Weaver quarreled ubout who should tako fcallio McDonald to 11 dance. The girl wont with a third mail. Weaver and Woodward met on tho danco ll.Mirnml began to shoot. S.illle rushed up nnd wii struck In tho right enr. Twontv shuts wen' fired over her body before tho police conn'. Sallio is In a d.iiljfi'rtU'i otimlituw. vii L. Uai.imu hits lit'on pnuiioted ir.un tWJ t" a tl.iW v'.orlislifp in tb ptmsitui bureau. n 11 west sS" I 1. k igiggjggffgp miliM.MrafW'.' llMlvW23LtMfEl" mTzm & 1 Bg A. S. HOSEDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. arVw1 Good Work Guarautml V'-- , win- - a. iii and uAumiiio work. CLEAR THE TRACK! HAS TRIUMPHED mKlNLEY PRICES KNI 1 And make a deduction of 5 to 10 per cent, on all Winter Goods, Heavy Clothing, Overcoats, Blankets, Comforts, Boots, Heavy Shoes, Woolen Dress Goods, Flannels, Carpets, Wool Hosiery, Wool Hats, Wool Jeans, Pant Goods, Lap Robes, Rubber Overshoes, Boots and Coats, Woolen Underwear, and many tilings too numerous to mention. I will "Conie right alone and get the advantages offered in this HARVEST OF BARGAINS. THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., FIHDAY, NOV. 1ft, 1893. I mean exactly what I say . ! FOR PIlfrXIDKftT. lftt CttHgreHMleHHl DMrlci. " ft Mr" . The Treasury llunkriipf. KitMTVCKri cutwitrra. "jj f u ' i v; mulnrllv. lint a lJemocrRtle Gov 109 900 . 189 erttor Is olected by 2,000 majority. nnlhird, 1,975 580 GOcrati is, Tiik political Indications in Ohio j l?ZlJ 1IV 184 i r nre still Hoody, with tlio Itepubli - ioV,"' n 960 1.123 276 uu'nuuui'n ' can ofliciiits shuttling tlic returns, p auon The Democrats charged through 383 74 1,158 460 227 out the campaign that the U. S. 1.155 Skvekai. Iinntlrcd thousand .Hick man, 2,503 1,028 832 Treasury was empty, that Mr. people are now trying to throw Oraves, 1.001 300 light on Mr. ClovehiudV dark cab- Marshall, 537' iii.riu.wiun nvr m, ......... . .. .. imiiHroii The Mamr i Instructed to eorrrepoml v....! .v. no. v !... I, 1,790 1,249 McGracken, inet. with Mr. J. W.Themaa. I'reililent N, h. .million surplus, that the 1067 807 Trigg, Highest Market Price will be Paitl for Iteef Cattle. tf"M I'hat 4 St Louie Raiirool In r'Kr lo Adlai Stevenson, like Nanny Lyou, 728 liiT.cana hud spent this und were fac1 ....... 498 vear. Ther0 are -.,. irelgbt on graetl, for Irtel p irpotea. Hanks, is a Kentuckian, bimI his Livingston, 927 546 173 ing au actual deficit. The Iiepub- - ty.siz females in all serving tico AKfi roa rotTtiK timi home run in Illinois was worth the 1,118 1,312 penitentiary, i 144 lican papers swore that the charge, In tho Crittenden, Tbe Committee apoInte, to Jrafl n whole price of admission. was not true, but now they admit of whom are white and tweuy erillnanee rentatlnc charts, Ke , for s ed for furThe first thing the next 15,701 8,519 3 907 colored air nod electric llgbte, It. Suppose Mr. Harrison's Secther tint, which tii granted. Should do is the repeal of a Cleveland over Harrison, 7,185; retary QUARANTESS CU'RZ. of tho Treasury had made Federal Election law which makes over Weaver. 11,797. Total riL'iai. rotter ArrotTrn. vote this admission before tho election, We aulhorlie on- - .! rlitl ilriifgi'tto On mntlnn, the Major le lntruetel to John I. Darenport possible. mII Dr. King'i New Hiacoeerjr for of District, 28,130. arpoinl 4 epealal twllceoun )., aeelei la the Democratic cyclone would Cough ainl I'olil- - upon tbt preaerTing the pracaoa WVInraday nlflit, The Third party was lost in the DKALERN IX tb cooilitlun. If joi xr- itlHlci.il 161b Inn., the oeeaiion of the DeioocratU Democratic cyclone that swept have been greater and greater. FOB CONGRESS. Cough, Coll or ant Iini, Throat ar Ctt rally. over the country on the 8th, ami 00 trouble, anil will me lhl renir-lj- r m O On motion the Counell ejjouroel. nobody knows where to find it. The Extra Memlttn. n o (itlnc it a fair trial, aoj eil-cn- e Alleri. er s no benenl, you may rttu-tlit bolle o a J. a WRARX, CUrk, pro ten All indications point to the e ? It may be a little too early for an.l bate jour none refunJeJ. Ye eaT" For Sore Rye, conclusion that it was protective Ballard. 893 100 offer illil wt not kr '0 nrmirntn Indcrmnnt. lint it lnnka eoalJ not make thta Harhlviai nlT. Tula. C0WQILL'3m SALVX. tariff robbery hi the North and C,illo way, Dr. King' New D'K0err eoiilj tliai 1.475 350 Tin 'iioff that Mr. Cleveland would do rliJ on. It neter dlipplnt. Tnl Brulivs 1!mt SiLVi In the worlJ for KeTer Force hill in the South that did it. Carlisle. 774 49 Klirnm. Sore. Ulcera, WKor .Neuralgia aatl ttheiiniatlea, Iloloombe'a Jra( tot . Sorea, Tetter, t'lnpp-free at llamU, Chilblain, 942 1,105 314 well to call an extra session of Iwlilr aiie 50c C A. Even Republicans hare sorae - Caldwell, Large anJ J1.00. COWQILL'C WEASEL OIL. torn, and all ?ktn hruption. and iom 1,100 1,301 105 Congress immediately upon his in thing to return thanks for next Crittenden, prl'lleely cnr" Pile, or i pay rennlre-l- . at Tt It We are eftrlaa: all n1' of Ptara. tMlwn and fine 1,158 TAKC YOl'R CMOICR. 383 90 ntigurntioti, and thereby give the Thursday. They should be thank- Fnltou, la guarantee I to glee perfect allafact!on. T Kor I'ilra, earry a f ju .ib at all ilnnoi Chnlrs. Rookoraj, Tabloa, Buroaua, Wonhsianila, 1.071 430 . ful that Pennsylvania and Ver- Hickman, n., tot. in. o..w money refunded, t'rire '2b cent r..Trtiitn.' ntsrtfa iaamc Wardrobes. Ch.imbor Sots, Mattrasana. Bnrlnaa, Co . COWGILL'S PIL2 OIHTMSKT. n,,...w.,mcj ,o.,u .. U...0.....fc at.nia The Dyersburg, Tenn., Tim-- or For aale by C. A. Holcomb, Drug 2,403 Graves, 916 box. mont escaped. t ia Uki. Uita n, a nl a4 e mntmred. I promptly, As a rule the people says: "Last spring Mr. Charrs flit. all ewppaUUoa la Uta J leo UiUlnrlAk'jrs' Qaorla 1,019 32G 5S4 fo WcMyten a4 M.IU.M IUr.l Om Tots change of Presidents could Marshall, MT For Teller anJ King verm, m a Ut ' 1,779 1,220 lie. W McCracken, 455 do not favor extra sessions, pre- Chilwood, of the 8lh district, lad II r. NAMKB Tlir.M. not have been accomplished in Trigg, COWQILL'S TETiIS 0I1ITM2NT. a persimmon tree which he deniJ Jet Hwik a ..cUlV. gWMiJrltj 1,033 730 450 ferring thai their laws shall be What aro the wheels of ComSouth America without some- I.lvington, 907 528 213 mndo in regular course; but the ed to kill. He bored an uiipr merce I hear ahout so much !" tear Vor Wormi. body's getting n black eye unii L I" 729 on, 230 140 people, in this Instance, have do-- j hole to tho heart of tho tree aid asked Mrs. Suaggs. giving another revolution. filled it up with suit, driving ina . "Thnso utidoriieath the freight 15,293 7,737 a i air, dared witli unmistakable empha peg to hold. It failed to kill tie traliiR," replied her husband conThat great manufacturing syn aUMurAOTtraxKS or rum CBLKMIUTBO ,hat t,ie Democratic declara.j tree, audit bore a large crop f clusively. Pittsburgh Chronicle. BArwAonos ouarastbkv vk dlcate known as the Republican Stone over Deboe, 7,550; over!818 THK XOSKY KKFUSDKD. party ought to keep out of politics Keys, 10,448; over both 2,711. ,ion nt phicago.that tho policy of ' ga mmoiia this season, wnicti au ii ..ii . hereafter, and devote itself excluFor Sal by the Proprietor. " C. C. CIilll rnrc" l was a fraud, was right. This." savs the Honkinavilo pleiiRimtC. Certainanil linrtulci. sively to its manufacturing inter- Smith, Prohildtionlst, only receiv protection to lukt Therefore, the fraud should bo Kentuckian, "reminds us of a sD- - Clilldrcn lllto It. iiinmntcril COWGILL & COWGILL, ed about 400 iu tho District. ests. corrected, for it is never too early ry or a South Christian farour, to euro Cltllla find aVc,rr. Largo I'llAItMAClMTM, to begin tho work of reform. The living near Herudon. He linil.i bottles SO ct'iiU. It is 34 years since the DemoFOB CIRCUIT JUDGE. crats have had control of the Nanr, DrujUu Hickman. Kentucky. : : people want to be relieved quick- crab apple tree, as tho story goej, For aale by C. A. tional Government iu all its dely of the tax hurduus. The which tie desired to bill. Ho bo. o .ti.t n partments, and we venture the desire a speedy fulfill- ed an anger hole through the tree , ...,HroJnilcr of llutii.tn .Mrttnrr. vou thing 'neat and DR. L. P. BALTZER, prediction that it will be 34 years ment of Democratic prnmlaaa. und tilled It Willi brown ami k.iiitiii.r (ii ymllo f" funutrctl Itio D before (hey are dislodged from it. Wo think tbe people wind to sen 'driving In a peg on both aides PHYSICIAN AM SURGEON, young woman. C. Mr. Cleveland begin with all pos hold tbe augur in place. Contra: "We have, madam," briskly an- The next Congress, or the pop- Graves, 2,011 1,209 sible vigor. Rut as there ran bo to expectation tho tree lived, at : : : : kkntucky. iweretl the salesman, handing out Hickman, ular branch of it, so far as figured Hickman, 497 1.034' no doubt or Mr. Cleveland's de- last season bore a flue crop of a out, will stand: Democrats, 213; Fulton, profeaclonal 730 mi votion to tho cause of tatiff re pies, which were so sweet that i evcrnl samples of a thick, heavy OSeri hie of lliekman riee to tb peoeiclally. Jtepublicaus, 129; Fusionlsts, 10. Ballard, 420 570 form, the people who havn elect- sugar was required to preserr pattern. "These, I think, will suit Office, ple of Jackaoo anil Kentucky anil Ft'. for. ,ul mint lily." Four Districts are so close as to Carlisle, v 345 793 ed him will be content with his them." If this should meet the eve of 0 bo still In doubt, but, however decision, whether tho work of reMr. Spotcash, of Spotcash & Cn's they may be settled, tho House Jot) 4,003 4,251 vision shall begin iu March or the dry goods emporium, it may help will be overwhelmingly DemoTill amount the lmon Chemical can, nii.Txin, rir.t. JOSH M. lortUILL. T. rrti'L. Mobs' majority, 248. following December. propo.ee (o ,iy to anyone who will prin mm to understand how ho came cratic that any one of Ibe tratiuionltti, nince'n to lose the trado of tho wealthy 7lT, My! A Life Saved. ing the wonderful rflecM of Lemou Clil mid uristocratio Miss If the Republican party should Plujnefi.ee. latctMer t tlllM See. ) Tonio, are not genuine. Anyone ean wrti hold together and go into the Thi la he rcrJIcl of bnndrrda, who LlilCHgo 1 hli n lie. Along with our great rejoicing Haltering article and elan SclicU'i 1890 on a when broken down In health, appetite Presidential election of platform bearing any resemblance gone, no energy, aud br the leant eterilon over the great Democratic victo- - name, but 'I.euiou Chill Tonic" atandaa Children lllto to lake "O.C.C. aa a Olool Purifier, a hn.in.s knt to tho Minneapolis one, its candi- are exhautiedia and tinftl tnr living. Hut a! TV, It intlSl t)0 admitted that we the held appellier. Lemon Chill gene't Certain CIilll Cure," thv pltua-in- it Toii lonie and feel that life not worth und K'lnruiilccU our lor dates wouldn't get as many votes 60c Lottie at Lemon Chill Tonic bn reetor-e- still have the Kentucky Legisla- la a pleasant aa lemon vlj and aa Itrteu Icier, A cue M . und aulwrlia. as wore cant Tor Weaver and Meld Ibe regular dollar lite. Ak for Leniuf I'rlro SO tbeui lo perfect health. Ineliii on hatFire, Life, Accident, civ ture. Oh, my ! Cbill Tonie an.l IneUt on retting whif tbiB year. The g. o. p. has got to ing it and take no fubatilute. Each For ale by C. A. HotcoMSR, DruggUt. you aik for. Take as lubalilule. but gel. la guaranteed to do joat what I, claim, reform or disband. bottle, and you will thank tbU paper fir! ed for it or tnooey refunded. The Kerret IfalUt. liKl'oitK the year 1800 twelve Tornado, &c. drawing your attention to ita mrrUJ Faimem come fifteen mile to my atore by lb Lemon Chemical Co Jack We offer the mod Libernl Ai'cnniutodalleua Solicits your business. to get Chamherlaiu's Cough Keuiedy. eoneille. Kla.nnd New York, N. V, Weil, In the Trie 603. For eale and guaranteed lyj papers were published The secret ballot, notwithstand- Cowuill & Cow (J ill. .Many oi mem, like myrell, ire ueeer ern wholesale depot Pftducah, Ky , when to oar Customers Consistent with Established Hulled States. Mthout it in tMr homes. It enrol my all orderi ahould be addrtaeed. For eale ing the prejudice of many liatikiug 1'rinclplts. A colony of obout 1,000 Japabo; of h evrre alUck of croup, an J, COUNTRY i.irr. by Cowgill A Cowglll, Orugglita. Tolil Audi of Csajisin Sijrtidii did not hurt the Demonese is to be established in Siua-lolellcve, Piltoo, Luray, ?! hie lile. K. Tlila remnly This Is the way Bob Ingorso'j uiell couniy, Kaima if Mexico. crats in tbe North nor in the AN HUHT rANrCMtOW. certain cure for e roup, anJ, if ued ai expatiates nu country life: ''It is $2iP,0(W,lWll0ll A mountain of carbonate of South. For the first time thirty-fou- r no i"on as the tirii ynipioiiu appear, will C. IiALTZKK. It. T. TYLKIt, J. W. POWELL, advantage to live iu a chy zinc Is the latest discovery near IMI. IlltEVA It The Republican press has in the prevent Hie atuck. For a.le by 0. A. States tried it in a Presiden where poverty dogrades and A. A. PAltit), W. A SHUCK, J. W.! COWGILL. llolcombr, Dnijjial. Ilillsboro. N. M. main submitted gracefully to the tial election, and wo can all see it OPKIGK OVKB HICKMAN BANK, brings despair. The fields are Newfoundland company Tub St. Louis Republic snys: defeat of Mr. Harrison, and ac- helped toward the great Demo- lovelier tlun paved streets, anl hn A been organized to gather KKNTUOKY. ice HICKMAN. ''Alter careful and mature delib- cepted the overwhelming popular cratic vietory. It gave working-peopl- the great forests of oaks and elim from Icebergs. eration the Demociats of the verdict that waa rendered with n chance lo vote their holi- are more poetio than steeples and Tin: ocean is more productive United States have concluded to less of rancor than of grim humor. est sentiments, and lessened the chimneys. In the country Is the tli.itt the laud. An acre of good accept President Harrison's Idea of home. There yon sea tho with respect to celebrat- The Democratic victory was bo chances of corrupting tho ballot rising and netting sun; you become fishing ground will yield more food ing the last Thursday in Novem- comprehensive, and the Republi- by the use of money. acquainted with the starB and than au acre ou the best farm. ber. They are convinced that the can defeat so crushing thnt the clouds. Tho constellations are Pkop. Marshall tolls us that is to look be, popular tendency situation requires hearty A.nd IDoaloi' your friends, You hear the raia the oak iu a general way requires lSoyn, Don't IUiin. fat turkeys, cranberry jel-l- yond mere partisan causes, and on the roof and listen to tho ryth- to grow from 110 to 200 years uscrihe the results to nuforseen WINES and crisp celery. Hon. N. P. Moss, our Circuit mic singing of the winds. You it is lit to cut for large timber. DRUGS. psychic forces. The Louisville TnK Republican gain in Penn-- ' Commercial ieltls to the inevita- Judge elect, is nu honorable gen are thrilled by the resnrrectios path of true lovo may nev MEDICINES, AND Thk called spring, tonched and sadden Bylvania was 14,811, while the ble with tleman iu every respect, and a ed by autumn the grace nnd poe errU" smooth, and perhaps with STATIONERY, Democratic gain was 31.858. Tho follows: commendable caudor, as lawyor of flue ability; ( LI Cj UO IIS one of the first rocks of and of his try of ueaini. Kvery field ia a Republican plurality was cut down Ktt HK FANCY GOODSj waSVv MmWKi9wmlLl "The size of Cleveland's major- defeated opponent, 8. L. Cross-lan- ture, a landscape every laudscvptj 1"ll1l!1ern? was that of the cradle. 311,000, although 20.000 DemocratFOB I1 l,,,",le,l bia Times. Btrwiia ic voters of Philadelphia wore, by ity, and the general tttffiinloii of the same can truthfully be a poem; every flower a teiiilerl SUNDRIES, MEDICAL a atiiuit Republican trick, depriv- his gains, make it vcrv clear that said. Moss wum elected by only thought, and every forest n falrdl "I have just one ambition in PAl'.N'TS, citizen. Louisville and Memphis, ed of their votes. But fur this the American people wanted a 218 majority. It appears to be laud. In the country yon presero life," subl a your identity yonr persoualR) "What Is thnt!" USB. trick the Democrats would have change. If bis tnajorif.fn'ad been OILS, with "To got tho inside of my furnace Pullman Baffot gained over 50 000 votes. The re- small, or his gains local, there true that iu the proseuutinu of There you aro an aggregation!' Sleeping Gars would have been an xcuso for some case in tho Graves Circuit atoms, but in tho city you are onlj as warm as tho ice chest Roomed SPECIALTY. sult iu Pennsylvania was somePRESCRIPTIONS raoa) AND TO Washington Star. last summer." thing or a Democratic triumph af- ascribing the result to unworthy Court that Crnsidund, in his earn- au atom of nu aggregation." means or influences, and that mriiphl,Ilntoii ter nil. ITeades. would huve had a had effect both estness nntl zeal, forgot himself, Itouifu, VIokHhuru, uilft Horrlem of lb) Kplaeopitl I'tinreh, Tina is a big conntry, and it on onr 'national reputation and and used "cuss words," which Now OrtuuiiH, via Since In firat Introduction, Electric D!t eeery 11 and .Ird BunrHy at MKMIM1IH. begins to look now that it is a our national character. caso was appealed, and became tar h gained rapidly In popular faof m., ami until tidal wave country also, and Na "Ah it is. tintliintr nf that' enrt much talked about. It is safe to pure now It (dearly In tie lead nmoDj 0:3U a 7 o'etook 7:30 n, m. Keery Friday TBS lerTlre and lecture. medicinal Ionic and nlteratife. niflit at QUICK tfD filStSASLE SOOTS tional elections go one way or I lie can bo alleged. (Specially good I.QZ.D (J co. 8. PlTZMUOII, Hector. whloh other by enormous imtiorities Republican organization unit ef assume that these "cuss words" containing nothingIntoxicant,permitla III un To AD VnOM hererage or a it reco; Hut nil good citizens freely admit fective work modified the general caused more than 248 men to vote olted a the beet am! purest meiliclue for Kiifl s 8plsdld Hlook af tb very but wakes Chrlatlnn Churrlt. York, Philadelphia, lUlllraore, Wab- N of all klndi el Unit majorities should rule, and trend of tho results in some lo- against Crosslaud. Sirrlce aeery Lord'i ilay Preaehlnij Hoys, don't all allmpnla of Stoinanh. Liter or Klilnnn Ingioo, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, whilo our Republican fi inula are calities, but on tho whole, from cuss, It s wrong; nml m.iv injure I' "'" or Mek Headache. !n.llnnlor mnfi,. 2nd and 4lh IirdN dsya In eneh Rich raond, Hutfalo, Claieland, To- Hun- Conil,D a.0. .n,i,ififB m,u,i. trom ,h. Ki.ier J. II. UouUiac. ra.ior HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, tit, , i ildo, Ohioago, liiillaiiaiiolit, : . doubtless terribly disappointed Maine to Texas and from Pnget you , i r" :: . r.t .... i.. .... in lautmuio uuiuiiions. Cincinnati, I,oulll .y.iem. niiiciion guaranieen win .lay ocngui KaKHWi. .au . .V I. uir; uuh'i.;, ", attend. will bow to the inevitable Hound to the Florida napes, they or tho money will h rfun(, Sup'l. All are cordially invited to the each bottle which are offered tl ONI PRICK, iad that iU 1 Knatern Narthanalera Palal with as good a graco as possible general uesire tor a change was Romk say that the Republican Prlte only 600 per boil l. Sold by C. Ihene irlce. AND ami rest serenely in the conscious- manifest and, In the aggregate, lloicoiutio, iruiiKit, Hickman, ly. very the market Juitilei. Memphl, Vlekabitrg, llaton Rouge, New par'y Is dead and will never uiako ness that the wisdom of the great emphatic." Kiiilfuutl Time Table. Orlein. Mobile, l.ttle Hock, Hot A now postal with n stamped All goidi guaranteed to be ai repmiDted I Ametlcau people will aid iu guidanother fight. Democrats, don't Bprlnga and point tin Wet Ten- reply sheet has hoen Issued by tlig ing tho country safely. N., 0. & St. L. II. R. Kbvs, Ogiivio. Slnglotnry and believe it; tho dovil was cast out nenee, '!'' , Ark anna, Mil. AllltlVtWl Government. The novelty in vlr, LKAVK! aliaippl, Louliiana, aud R-oofLnNo. 81, Kentucky ovidontly has tho Hru. Erwin aro not as pretty js of heaven, but he yet lives for t,.ll,. Iur Tr n.t,.l wu.md u..u, - No M I'll ..... ...n.. nr,la In n... u, Trtn No. 6i. liil T. , Tritln .No. M. ifill r ! .uui.j mi, THK HOUTII AND NOUTKWENT. best school law of any Stato says they were beroro the election, but mischief. connection with inakei che least it consists of two earth Thi the Murray Ledger. Five mouths they know much more. printed on one sheet which It the L.& N. at MoKeml going north, and jbi line Ii thoroughly equipped and In in uvory year the sum of 1,750,-00Tub success nf the Third party folded in the center. The sender " th. N N'.. M,.Y """ condition, and provide an e i Is paid out to teachers to ' " iu Kansas rarrles with It tho re- writes the address on the from Thk Third party in tills cellent arraBieminl In time anJ through the lohools in every county, can. A rKMlur. la in time anu District succeeded in peal of Prohibition in that State, page of the card and the inessugei '" whloh is an average nf $.'150,000 Mm bed Kxprei lecured by on tho other side. The recipient I per month that Is set aside for this turning the Democratic county of aud saloons are nlreutly opening has only to detach the remaining! Tralni. Only a ulghfa rid biwen S L,onlrllle and Mempbl. and the belt an d OI-IA- . purpose. All this money Is raisotl Caldwell over to the Republicans. in the cities. iulf of tho sheot and write his re if Ton want ritr. qulekeit unle between tbt two citii by luxation that Is, our Slate tax This is all, anil nothing morel VfV -- .'nfslto.. IN 1880, the wholesale price of I ,ly on the back. One pieco l. troirendamoiiuts to 17J cents on the one the message card and the lr Mn.i w.ut Ht4tm.ntl. ' rain, lima labei, and all For WnF.ni! now are those granulated sugar was 0 and 10 called the reply card. Itotu are hundred dollars worth of properIf ton wl l.clt.r l(.,t, Dealer Iu desired Inform atloo ap ply to other If jnn want Not. Ilra.li, ty, and nf this amount over 20 KaiTZ HF.hLNKU, Ag't, Democrats who cents. Tho tariff was taken off, stnmped with tho picture of Gen, If you w.at llu.lci.Ci,li, VI. Hint (Vr.l., N. n, 4 Hi. L. K. H., Hlokmao, K y If you want cents nf It goes into the common did everything n't their power to and in 1801 it was 0 nnd 7 cents, fi rant, ft la nun nf Dm iiaar an1 DRUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS AND if you wtal Uill Inilimlooi, Or W. P. MUBKELli, Agenl, school fund, eunbliug many a poor U yen w.ni Hlilpln( most convenient arrangements oil Is 5 cents, N N, K M . V . Co., Rltif, Tenn, Watch how II .ah want lliiilhi... Circular, u common school defeat the party of Jefferson and aud now it child to receive fny kind has vet amanntnil ,. r..i. tr rou wm JOI PRINTIHt manner, d L. PlfUhAN. Ac.nl. HICKMAN, KY. education that without such a sys. Jneksmi iu the late election! prices will tumble in other neces the tl.n that IW Iu a mo.l .atl.f.ctory r.m ..iu iiviruwuo ,l o'n'"oui,i...friutloa. don. wnltun'J njcaiimiann yon Or J. N. & M. V. On., I'aducah Junrlloa. N. iwmi our tein they would be compelled to Come bsck, boys, und quit your sities when the Democrats huve ainl will prove very popular witli 41)haI, . Or W. H. 1U0 UTY, Oen'l Pan. A'gl. grow up in ignorance. LouiMllle, Ky PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. foolishness! titno to tako off tho tariff. JOD OlHCO. the people. e Wyoming gave Harrison 600 ' v.. S 1 1 Since the election the leading Kepnhlican papers admit that the U. 8. Treasury hasn't the money to meet its obligations, and that the deficit is between 175,000.000 na (85,000.000, ana their Iropu- Ident cry to the triumphant Demo- - ..i,.iii Con-Cres- km i The last reports of the two pta. la an enthnalail In the prabe of Cham IIickma", Kt, Not 14, lsa. itentiarles iu Kentucky show Unit ('.Hindi met In Titular ration, 1'rtwnl berlaln'e Tain llaltn lie uel It fur llhrumatUm, anJ aaya; "I found It to ha a Couneilmen bier, there were 911 prisoners Iu t For ale caoel etcellenl local remedy." llrown, Methenv and VVrern. one at Frankfort and 429 In (rtirglit( LOW ' The Clerk Eddy vllle prison, making n total Wearn City aDpnlntel fnf nbeent, Jaa. C. by C. A. HiiLronnt. Clerk, pro len. waa of 1310 convicts In the state. The reading of tbe mlnulee of ImI Diet these 1,240 are employed o mi dlwnaeil with, walls, DV'oti farms and the aLiowrD. There are IT The rollowlng aeannta were prU'nleJ on the sick list. e life prisoners, of whom 103 apprnerl, whiak, on motion, wer HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, while males, CO colored males, oie llnwnl, nnilcbrcki orlflM iiturd for the a white female and four colored aninai. HICKMAIC.TKY. OMNTOS 8TKKKT, tl. I) Ure'irJ, for iumlry srllalea females. Of the long term pr 16.83 oners, 120 have xetiteuces from 5 fiirnlh t,eeliy, I 3D23LrVBI?.Er) GOOT3S are cilj 0. Carpciiier, illetlif prbonert, 14.30 , to 30 years, two of whom (IHaVCL 1TIK tTHIKTI. orcd fetuulep; 2tW from C to 5 o. f COUNOlli PUOGEEDINGS. A Cure for Rheumatism. Or I A !klnner. of Teiarkana. Ark . ilTu llerl-Iwtc- t, What to Buy? Staple and Fancy Grocsriea, FREE -- B. Shaw, M. 3CCiJKJIS c- rrop-r'- y . 1 .n I ,- FUBNITUKE. FOBMITUHE. STEl'IEENS & TYLER, - n Funiiliirc und Cadertiikcr'sOoods, r'lr - rlr l -- s tr ftf our. -- . HERTWEGK, BALTZIR & GO., 5 !.-- :., Hot-C-o wage-worker- s aj I , EIOEMAlf WAGON, IIICIv2.IV7Sr. 2-- Riiri KENTUCKY. C E. B. Ellison t I ICKM AIT yA2& E.', INSURANCE! d hot-ti- e Manofac-lure- d ISMtfOllMlael. Paid Up Cnpiti.l $40,000.00. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. :. Ken-tuckian- 1 a, (aJ-ur- e e T. sug-geslio- n Thanks-giving- DRTJQQI0T iu -- T. SWAT SB. y be-far- o pic-l!- " d, weary-lookin- g I H. B.. BHS7A&S, J I " -. - - I. m -- A lu-- eit I . H II e: . ril , m bl 0 con-du- Con-gression- '!"?"",":", 'l"!1' Look at This aret-clai- "' THE OLD RELIABLE. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-SIDFF3, - I Jeffer-snnian-.Iaeksn- ii T-- ,... Courier mmmmm fXJm!mT"( 1 A j ; .... .'!'.. ' 2jaat-i- -, - , !iiTTi!TO"""WtnKB,iWwnMMaTiBB9BBlS rL..aaa..- - 1'jLf. ... .. - iilBf i ,i fatf -- L f " ,c,rfv,:' - ' . , w l mKA'.fWLwwwfiftftoi " i I tmHflrUn1' n'H r - )'" rv t I I' f ."I mji riwt ,11 . "f.jnm 'Wjvj i&IV wo nronuio to sell i 1 Let others follow, IF THEY CAN ! Wo lmvc demonstrated coivclusively i i STRICTLT ii goous u .. t m fiL' ! i w r-BTL I ,IMI.IIiJ1,Mra.jeaMaaeaCTeaaaaaiaaMaaaeaaia e n, rm HI 'jbmt ea BUB "-!' u it tN w m gy yy-grt'Sgi- BL wwam Ei Hr w if-. .. a. This is an excellent time to lay in your ap an r w mjW) mJB) W s s tiou wM c: a - mmr M (feB ss &m a mrm H fc0 W ii uui V The heavy increase in our business over last year snows aiso tnsii uiu iiuujjiu appreciate it, and are with us in TKT;. ZE& xzgS? ?&. . SST "KerTii WINTER UNDERWEAR, OVERCOATS, that by our system of buying and selling Cloaks. Boots, Blankets, &c , and our stock in these lines is very heavy and I FOB, iilfjtorPfciniMnnc niimif 95 nor nnnt.. lnss tli Jin our miiirhbors. Come see us bcforeHmviiiir. F U t All 4nO ' ,.mv,..i :,.. ,i .in ii r uiuii uur cruim. ' ,. w . l .ni " ..rnUtQM 4 IF,.. 4.. laA 4l.m AM f - CASH ' f juauies luuiisi mr ..,. i nan R5 S 'sra isOiK. arS5i xizig. tzgtspj w ij j il n it. ! I UK Bnitf rilini IIHII" SMITH, Booriii wondeh. TO a li.i, JHCX m viuau uiia . S& CO '9r' A. TllOMPhO:?, Tim Natloiml runnern' A IK hdcp, in scunloii nt Memptiifi this wrek, nu'lit tn o liuck to oiinl-nn- l prliidplm, tmvliiR iintliini; lo do wiih politic, cut Iooho from (he Third party IchiIitk, or, fHillng In tills, tllnbAiiil. TIioiiuhimU of good Alliance peopln wlllalvruva now look with dintruHt. I AI-- L n: w t rj f i t ua:not;uATH 1 Our Idica' Fine Shoes can not be rxcolted In tylo. III nor In Komi wenr. Ottr Meii'n footwenr Im not holiind in tlicnn rpxprcU, mid in both linen , wo will iftinw, in heavy cooda, ex rellrnt iiIiica at priced that cnnot ho boairn cloowhprc, nm value considered. Shout, Shout, Domocrata are 10 7 JUi.T7.nu& Shaw. I aIIIiiit nt ninllV Tlm nniiiiM am Marching ! novel nnern IohI mid liidiiu paid ,flii the election. The held demon Torchlight Procession! ntruto tlmt many fooln ,et live. One limn hwiiiii llfleen iiiiuulea in Brilliaut Fireworks! 'the wnterat HoRton; one In c ALL 1'AKKNrS Booming Cannon ! Han York nto n cooked ml; know how i hard It la to keep tho i dled a wheelbarrow, iiinn.v nlty aouio ii i oi i. in ....... M.A .rt....,A. il...,.tr Ilnnio DrmorrntH IInpt ! t IllllirtMI IU OIHIVK. II CCI1I nice-Ottlii- - Katlo U'lttlnc-MlchlCarrio Mid Oarrolt Migsonri. l.l(,'ht Farla North Carolina. May Fails South Carolina. I'earl Bryant Tennessee. Mabel Gonlder Virginia. Nelllo Helm West Virginia. Clara Outtcn Connecticut. Kdle Holt Indiana. Stella Stronx Illitioia. l.ulu U'iloon New .lorsey. Anna Hultzer New Yoik. Lizzie AuiDerg Wisconsin. Mnne llrevard Ohio. Hertle Uushart California. Myrtle CjIU "North Dakota. gnn. - Jrade is visriD V Beit mmn jxd Miiiico.OT national bakk, o &&. Harm. mm. a. Al.KXANDKR. I M ... isro YOU Be. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. I PRIOIS .LIKE 'THESE ARE 1JOUND is CREATE A RUSH yVHIZTi Or yard-nido CAN IJOY ll.nUCHASANT W Good Ta1feorbr JJ. 0. noNDURANT. It I. l.ult t...l... .. t . IIIVUI V if'O rfUUKC v.. IDIIRIEaTOIRS. "Fruit or tho Loom" Domestic, 8o. Cautou Flauuel nil Ail-Wo- Domestic, wlrAwHJfeHflfl I -- ' , , , ed . . ,,,..' uiuniin, viu, Che nuterritled and uncon()uer- HD Thev run, jump, drag their According to the November able Democrats of Fulton comity was a great attraction. nnytliliii; lo wtvir oul their Hhoes The funeral car of tho Ilopubli-caY01 will ijuickly 6uu thai it is to your Interest, lo patronize ns. A ibuilily nIioo goes xury ijulckly crop reluitiHof the Department of ratified the gieat victory ol the party, draped In block, uith ' r,t,",",. will '" nt Illok-I- i sit mourn fill drawn I I; ?i"l3V7 i'J H7 Ufa Tm.11 fifail potato crops "n1" bo short, and. triuinphaiit Deinoerany '''n" of glory and eu- ty oxen to slow nine, lononeu oy u...,..iBt.jn. n.r.. utti i. tiii!.i ..n,ii1iilinll,i"'li lliiislasiii.ini Wednesday veiling, a tolling bell leceived respoclful il.e liljsr. .and ni'ilv to bo found a crop of cotton. (Sraiii and cot .... . i AiHrHii tall ttlntt rv flin litis . " ......" (on iiiiio lunntiriMi u iiiirr i ip uin tiih occuNrtm ntiniHHFCi every D' " ii At Hiiiiv. it iitHi , . " w. W. '1 Inamusing fealuro was the ulus or tho Democratlo lclor.. ,,,,ljr 0f exultation fror , , , character of a colored woman ou and there can be little dmibt that , , . with tho transparency ' higher prices will be rrsllzeil noxt MOWS. "epubll-yearxa'1,'1 ,,(' r1,k8. evo , "Who sell dat l's u Dimouiat I" year for both Hum for The transparency painted byi cuns and Third parly people being past. Christmas Is fust approaching. Cleveiimile to hharo the kindly cheer Mr. T. J. Kirkpatrick with ! land's portrnit on one side and a The campaign orator can uow 'Hi.d enthusiasm. Tho rejoicing Democratic rooster on the reverse . . IIiiniiMM nivuii ui a n mains u iiiiiii ... .1. taLe a much needed rest . . i a" win gieni nun niuccro m ' uiwat a urouguiuie iioys ion SIIOUl. .i ... , . -O- overnor-eleet oliiicallyl The anidau9 of tho uisht was lurney, of lou could buy goods cheap and ECAV25 f . or u.e best .juallty. lie is now Tennessee, is crilicalli III. ,n,u (J he ol,on c,ul, ftll(, Uielr oul bv offer "' '""irwinis wi" knocking the of bftok 1 r lo 10 per tent In hurd cash i - jtibdiitiui! iete Turiiey on the other ...T,',,':"R,V",? T""'8 ',"! ,,,n7',,"'"M ra..d offer to those want- .r,,H fM1 IW nll connlv. nn, Tho ,,amicr of ,e Missouri club -i ik Mio.rvM.uom i.u aure ho ".'J" "" or that was surmounted by real deer ,,.m,OIv, pro-..Vi -- llUOKnitOH'Istlieplaeelogo go and gel what iou w.u.l. V. that tlio .M,.u horns, and carried by a staunch uud Jo .. not hesitate to say.1...M n... selection is the .1 best everl,....ti i i. i.A.. wuiis ... -- , ... , , (luce II .i.! ourKCl. ,, . to luneyoureyes tested and tilted colored Democrat. . ... . on me . I kiiiiii unci iiicc .....i.. ill uiv hv;tv ins ' orK liiruiiian wrut- hcni longenongu lonsien in ,i and will make special eil'ort to satiily all my customers iu One of the Joyous events of tho to Suectaeles of alUiuds. 8:'-works is progresiing uuirai.n, hpeeehes. Ft eonsUted or clulm jubitro wnsi tlm notiml mariintfe of price Quality, Style and Price! Rodman, of Fulton, Ky., the foundation ior the standpipe Eldr , iiorHl-arlcjoungcouplo whilst the mIII preach at the ll.iptist Church is being eoiiMructed, the machine . 0Ii parade and (Ire works were In the .T!n2 attoutiun of the Indies is especially railed to my. next Sunday night at 7 o'clock. ry, pumps, engine, Ac. have been rat .1 W1IKI1I1B, uoais wllh ylul,,K. Names . am.-.K ... (). li(j Tho Directors of the Hick-ma- reerivriiauii piaceu; anil on i tic ipy c0lllrnc,illR ,,aril nox. ..... Creamery are rei nested to nil) liii'J Liiiiiiuciicrii uii iiiu uiri lo States, uud the Uniform Rank wm ,,., ... meet at the creamery Saturday at trie If nit t plant. The contract mar Knights ot Pvtliias as escorts;! tu. loveliest ot nil thing else not bo completed by Dec. 'Jlh. 's cllirt'tiH on foot, brass bauds,1 was the banner presented by the 'J o'clock, p. hi. Whip Cord, put up in single Pattern-- , with Tiiintnimrs to mutch. beioiofore jiriutcd In the Courier, Win. not but wilt be near about Hint lime booming gnus, Tho Prohibitionists ha ami m..i. Lindsay Ladies' Demouraliu Serge? Henriettas, Lidn- -' Cloth, Broadcloth, ............... ro.. c, in latest shades. - .1.. lUIIIK,Jll,tl J VJIIII--i.. it carded a Slate for President, with nil the areomiiHiilmenta ...UIUU .f illU all colors, from the cheapest to the - 1'l.ii and T willed Lou ltn,rr The eveui..g sky uow boasts shout ami huzza that Ingenuity was painted by tint their Intentions are still good i nlity. nm ,h( Hrtlmlo skill challenges be-uud will doubtless remain so. lite raro sight of a comet which Also, Tab- - Djnrii:, linwu, bleached nnd colored, nil qualities. Ihe admiration or the in out otiticcould devise. Huy Slronse & Bros' High wnJ be discovered by tne naked Mr The beautiful finish of the Napkin, white und colored. IU- 7 o'clock tlin nroeesion. nn Ial. eye. an interesting Art (JlothiiiK ennui to tho best objectami which is class or spj der the command of Alex. A. Faris M'88 M,,l,ie, of Iliindkcrchicfi, Laces, I ha e the best and prctfic-- t " ,lf"' In an opera varments. Tn ii lnil glass, The comet can last be ills Ellison. On one side was 1; proud Kmhixj Juries and Ribbons, ever sliown in this market, und are sellas Chief Marshal, and W. O. John H.iLTZKH & Shaw. only of cerued by the nuked e,o as a very son and Alfred McDanlel ns As. uemocnuic roosier, a irtangie 01 ing thun very t every day. corn stalks, and in letters of gold, Next Thursday, Nov. 24th, is faint tleck of light. The astronoThanksgiving Day a day for re- mers have not .et announced iu slslnnts, wna formed on Clinton "Montgomery Club, 1892," and on ! turning thanks to Almighty God what direoliou it is moving or street, a splendid band of music, the reverse side, "Win. Lindsay Ladies' Demnuiallu Club, Hickfor the manifold blessings confer- what are its prospects as to ii inspiriting everything, and the of Children's biliiy and brilliancy. Bui it is cer- artillery, under Gus. Huuziker, man, ICv." Iho banner was rered upon us. F.l. onil Plillilrnii'j RIiiim nf l.i vnrv lipst n.nl-ptain that for a week or ten dajs, booming one shot for each State satin, the trout white and tho School Shoes, with heels and spring heels, as cheap as the cheapest Mark tho prediction, all the verse red, with beautiful gold or until the moon interferes, it Voeii and Cotton Hosiery for Lulies and Children, of the best kickers, sentimentalists and carried by Cleveland uud Sloven-son- . fringe cord and standard. will bu au Interesting sight. knee, heel uud toe. folks will tiy lo mass into Everything passed off without h'rundi-- . Children's Iloe, double-kn- it one party during Clo eland's adHaf Wo are, showing some itlied llunkcts ami uiuuorts. hitch, jar or disturbance, tho least Tho procession started from and was universally pronounced ministration. tractive sl,les In new Diess Goodh 1 wiuld call special attention to the iu Storm Clinton Street, moved east to a brilliant success. . .Will niiiriiuiii mini" lit. 1. ...... !.... I. Il , I ti ivkiiiiiii iwimiiiiu'iiii nnyn i they wanted Blaine, ami gives (list 'berges, llluininate. herges, Ben Kentucky, thence south to Car-nBHne" hat no nrlimlres, newcatro A CAKI) FKOM OIIIBP MAU8UAL. the reason of defeat. Well, ience .I1Bt (J Wuhiiali.sonlli - I" .they evidently wanted something', "J waVnih ' . Allegheny, EiUtnr Oiurvr: "t M""""". 'wanted that might i bad. and didn't J '.. ,f"? ,...- -i t Permit . ... ... ...... umns, me, through yo.nr col- u- ..... I. ill mi iiiniirrnin iiiu iiij .ninv i iiiu L tn voice tho sentiment of of buiug elsewhere before see Avenue, soiiili to Moscow Avenue, tho Hickman Club and express Tax Assessor, Lnni Carter, Ihl our disidav. thence east on Moscow Avenue our appreciation for the liberul and 10-BAI.T.KK & Slitw. coiiiiiieureii i uesuay assessing the to til Mil htieut, south to Ivy, west help we received from Mississippi ns mv lino of Taney FlannelWoolen Work Shirt, light and heavy county under Hie pew law. Ho and Cotton Hosiery, Glpves, weight Woolen Underwear, Branch No. 20 of the Catholic to Fourth stieet, south to oll. county. Mo., Oliion county, Tonn , desires tho people to be untitled White Shirts, Suspenders nnd Neckwear is more complete than ever. Ivnights and Ladies n" Atactica, west 10 iroy ahiuc, ,m the CotllltV clubs of Fulton thai tho law requites cicr.Mhlug AIm, a full line of Boots, Stioes, Hats and Caps of all kinds. ,...... vVo find that our nelLdi this city on the .vioscow a venue, itienco wesi 10 usseNsed at full cash value at a was organized in !.' Do wt iuil to sec my elegant line of charter mem Court House. The procession ,)0,H fu,y ,u,(lor8,auti tjie trao llth lust, with voluntary sale. hers. The following otileers wcie Imlteil in front of tho Court Houbp,' llieullllB 0f Democratlo jubilee, , Railroads can never supply elected: Be v. Georgu A. Wehs, where Mr. l.T. 'lvler. In behalf tI, BUCC08H of onr display ! tho place ot good wagon roads, iSpiritual Director, Tom Dillon, sr,, of tho Win. Litul8y I.adio6M)em was largely due to their good orami Ihe develoiniicut of a system President; ,1. M. Witting, Vice ocr.itlo Club, made the presenta- der and enthusiasm. May they, of good roads In any tftato will Prealdeiit; J. T. Dillon, Rccordinc tion speech delivering Iho Demo- each and every one, live lo enjoy Mv line of light, in 'dium und heavy weight Overcoats is unsurdemnuslrate that fact so clearly Secretary i Mrs. Clara Thomas, cratic banner to the Montgomery many such Democratic ratifica- passed for stylo and lit. Como uud bcu them. by tions. As tn tho misunderstand Club, which was responded to that tho example would aoon be Secretary; Miss Mary A fVllntock of followed by other States. Treasurer; .1. 0. Witting, Mr. Malt Adams, President of the ing with n fow about torchon, I R.ng- club. .Mr. Tyler's speech was well will say, 110 man had nuy right t Hcrccuut-aArms; J. II. Tho Hickman ...Creamery UWIIl'i, Tie In UI.. !,. .... t..,l,rM whatever to sell them, Part of 1''U. U....II....I. t'lirn ...... . .. GoV. delivorcd, sound, and as pretty 3 nienced business e.lnesda3. All Mr Mnr. ticutliiient nnd word painting us them we. had tlitouli tho courleay nll, MrH. i.m miner iiiihu i irnim; sum u. tr,U, J.'ctho, Trustees, tno noaui mil saun onnner ue pre- ()f BU(I 0ir UnIon cjy frioil(i Isware, Glassware, Hardware, Doors, Sah. nints and Oil con- good prices. The milk supply Is m M amen. 11 1. iu ' "K u ,Woro under obligation to return Hiuall, but increasing, nnd it is now stuutty on hand, nnd will not bu undo rfcold ! I all, especially iho ladies, didn't thplf T0 comtllltu.e 0l, iRlt8 boliovcd that tho enterprise will iu uur 11, iiui iiiu iiiu ui f - renuested mo to collect the torch Ik the first man in Hickman to re grow into a great success. IhiiHlasiii and blazo of os after the parade, which I agreed high taxes Is about Prof. Hicks, the great weather coguizo thai out, and cornea out allowed that prlvilego to only a to do. Any man who bought a to be knocked Mr. Adams' rosponse vvns light, and gave it up, if he will prophet, predicted tho inclement boldly nnd puts his prices down few. very appropriate, spoken in a clear como to me he will get his money weather of Inst week, and wurneil from 5 10 per cent, on his Imloud voice, uud was applauded to back. As to nuy who got angry the people to lookout for It. It mense to stock of Goods. Thin is n the echo by nil who Jjoard it. The came on schedule time. He fore011 the subject, I have nothing to lrj estimated that tho cento-opportunity lo got Wintet B. casts much Ntoimy ami disagree-nblf- ) grand tit n great reduction from veneraiite iiemocrais, 11. k. row our tH to tlioso who llOtlglll tone! of Loudon cover nggreGoods Mil llllll tl Mi iimiin. IlHiail'll lit I... . I.. ...!..... i.lal weather for this month. - L? g.ic area ul .IKHI acres, the value prices. We would advise Mr. Ceo. former , line... were accoided have been wounded ol w fuch is not less thai. 10 )()(, In rrffnl lelUr to llm our fileudsto tnko tulvantuge of the pilvilegnot bearing ho ban- Olbee oter Hickman IUnl. Mr A W IUIIri.U, Millar. Ill, III., Bl mi;,Hnjj Wl, I n,n very soiry III).), t splendid oiler. lit iiorusgunrds of honor. After the i,winiii a",i "Cliiiiiliorlali.'nCoiif I. llftnf.ljr (Itoi tills ,wai,-- J HICKMAN, KY. ""W,"M ".,,. Ihe liciii naiUUeilou n( tuy couth pteseututioii speeches the procca theco was""" nothing personal intend Will s'lrnd promptly lo all huili.cw Iu- ANI HTl'.VKN'SON Cr.KVKl.ANM t n rilor New Advertisements. lnil nil linill. mi'l shin took up tho lino of maruh go ed, na I knew 110110 of them. HopuicliU-'otruited lo UU o lirr iirrrvtalloni In lhl nurkrl if- - ItAl.l. The young Indies of Hick Ing west from court house on Weling and believing that the incomruniinfi.il ii litcmiM It it llm 11' imiliclne mun cloHCtl tllH Demoerntio cele lington to Obion stieet, north on I nl ilr.,.lno O II r IiiihIIhJ for CoukIk, UiIJk A. W. LINDSAY. ursday night with a Obion 10 Exchange thenco along ing administration will till to a 1'ti.iip." For Ml. l.y C. A. IDImiuIv, CORN! Attornoy-ftt-Lawgrand Cleveland und Stevenson Kxcliaugo lo Carroll, east on Car- houpful measure all our expectaDr.i(lt. tions, I am ball, at City Hall, which was at KenYours respectfully, Tho Australian ballot system tended by tho tdito of Hickman roll to Kentucky, north on HICKMAN, KY. lOOiOOO BUSHELS WANTED. ALKX. A. Fahih. neems to nnswer the purpose fur antl all the surrounding cnmuiiini tucky to Clinton, and west on to FiXohatiRO, where the P. 15 which It was designed, nnd secur- ties. The hull was decorated with Clinton I "HI bay he blgbetl inarktt prioo for Oalee wllb II. 8. Murrell. 'Corn dtltverad al the llallroad doot In es perfect soorecy of tho ballot. tusto nnd henuty, and uiulur the procession dishuudcd. I Wraps New The following young ladlos rep, lltckmia, or anwbrro on the rirer bank Tho election of Inst week was splendid lights of chandeliers ami New Fall Wraps now on exhi- Ivinton Mell)'aand the .Slough l.and. Pardee inilebte.l lo me, elll.er by note probably as honest a oun as was Japanese lanterns shone forth resented the Htiitos named: I'll, r at Malaon', Hbnok'a or Uuddi' or aosounl, nre reiU4ed lo co.nf forHnl llAir.KU & Shavv'h. over hold, and whatever the result brilliantly. Goddess of bition at Menter Walker .Sivlirln, For urlbrr liiforinnllon, a The pillars were al ooce and settle, or their eUliii. will be may huvo boon it cannot be said wreathed in evergreens, 11 18 Liberty. tf W.J. IIAKKV. u.iuiiiTriF. placed In the hande of an olfloer jr col. tho voting system was at fault. tl;aie at Maud Morris Alabama. and llirebj aave und Mowers, nnd Ihe walls festoon l,M)0,OOO NiioliCN U'uii li'il. lection. mean what onoi I ny. coHt. Matllu Uulm Arkausus. with National colors, interIn thll counljr, on ll.n ISlb lnl,, nt d OoV" Before Insuring your life, ed JOHN WlTriNO. rralilauc of Mr. W. II. Watoo, Mr, J. W. ; Cue million Hickory Spokes Irene Faris Delaware. Hon K. R, Hi.i.ihon and get his spersed with the names of Clove Hinllh nnd Min Jnale Walaan, ibiigg)) wanted, to bu delivered Alllu Dntlds Florida. rates 011 tho new Distribution laud and Htevenson, nnd to the D1ESTBLB1 UNK. The hrlila la tl.e of our on the grounds ut tho John W. VV. Menu Deist lobrink Clcorgla. Policies now oO'ered by tho "Old front were fine life Rlzn portraits orllijr auil aiteamul frleo J, W. II Morris Spoke Fuoloiy, East HickMaty Helm Koutuuky. Mutual," In event of death, be- of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland. The aou, and It a jro.11.jt UJy u( terllnjj worth, man, and Hattlo Jlruwn Louisiana. fore the expiration of twenty Courier goea to press ton early to for which tho highest no epaoe and (he brlUjroom ha rraion lo feci market Mnryluid. Lizzie flnrdnor prioo will bo paid in cash. NOtrouble 10 name all arllera, but .xciirs, all premiums relumed to- make a proper report of this joy proud of winning ao fair to show goode, jentl Inim gether with the fuoo value of the ous occasion, but will probably do Nellie Rogers TexaH. Iba iau; reltjr jrjiiuj; UJloa uf For further Information apply to Come and see, nt the eorvr of Troj auiuiig Kiln llaguu Mississippi. ftti-iTAVLOU & TYLUR. I'llltju couuty. policy. uo next wook. and Moscdw Avsnue, VH UAkiura, Kjr fti5 iuTS: i ;,!,;: adJdthtVoVuVoou fl,i"K I I i NOTKS. Wool Rolls (Shepherd's) per lb. 45c. El The floats were beautiful In do?3 Uiibcuured 1 am, lull weight, per Hi. ooe. sltrii and decoration. Fiuo S.ixouy Yarn, all colors, per hank, Cc. : L Thoiuns' Hand wagon was n m FlBbBHBMa Ht? &&3 Good Carpet Warp, nil colors. 20o. beauty, and tho boa never playHumboldt Jeans, 33u ed better. (Snccessor to POWELL & I3RO.,) Stripe Shirting. 8,o. Three rloatR were, occupied by Henw Women's Calf Knttou Shoes (solid) 0.1c. young ladies, dressed in the Wuiueu's Grain liultou Shoes (solid) 91.25. 3ir C 3C C? their coiiutiv, i.nil euch Men's good, strong Roots, 41.70 leitrt'Moutiug a Deuincratlu State. Having bonght the Grocery Stock of Powell & Uro., will continue tho $1,011 Tin. limit ii f II.Tl vvci'L. HmIIzit Men's l Underwear, suit fsliii and drawers), old stand, uud announces to the pubbusiness at that 1.50 tc On., representing mechanical in Menls fancy wool Underwear, suit " lic that lie ia making large additions to the stock, uud will " " 1.50 " dustry, with Minlthn at the auil Mciiwiialuial wool keep any and everything iu the 971 and men making wagon wheels Double width Tiicol Dress Goods, (all wool), C the way fron Cc. Red Flannel, lBc. Gray Twilled Flannel, 15c II. BUCIIANAN.'?rMonl; Ck!er; J. oiobis J. .h.k, J III. llllkll K"..W, t... ? R. L.AISX-A.MiK- J. fi. UONIitlRANT, N. BEAf.EI!, Jr., AMljm.l-dl.Ier- . Ai .aWisMtfla JaJ zm.wm , JK. 'JM A. n red-woo- well-know- I n "" omwmEt& Line. Further announcement Qs.QQ'nsL "sp Weceailty2 FOR SALE BV m..uii..u, li pall-bearer- - I&.LT3SB. eg; - ,. I ..., SHAaT. new goods arrive. through the Courier will be mmia r.a - 1 - LOCAL mule-bac- s The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker! U A. 3HCv&M53B.oJLdL bolls soM-ral- I H. BUCHANAN'S - . -- .. .. "-'- neier oter. I - ... I DECEIVED MY No ilemn or odor can eicape lula iin: rcojj. Food cidiioI (corch. If. II. HICKMAN, CASM KEKTOCKV. r- - oiw-'iS:.;:1 i nnedend'pouojv: - "" Mw Fall mi Wato Sleami up lo 3 minutes. All the nutriment, rlchnen and fln'or of Ibe I00J U Cat! antl Stock n It. 7011 , V letiiufj. 110 - "... ". tl'njuil Aut the thing NeJj vfpl, 111 , .' , natcliing. ;ou oughl t) I.ave - "J . torch-llghts- deco-Uhapp- v - n n-,.- r ,..... ,rncy. I BRESS GOOBS, 1 wi o el A ) ' S S ten L. nre-woiK- id . 2. ft 5 a O jCj WlV MPJjUuSmmMPis)0i I I t - t - - " Uilor-jtiad- J r 5 m ! fa-i- m " SflOES I2ES a I JWflHiaLOTici mMmmmammmmWmf HmHUtSraBBBBBBmjiV i one-ideae- d - -- 1 1 s C ."X" ., ,. Youag FCRX1S1UNG GOODS DEPARTMENT, & Bjo.j IN Don't You Fortjcl It I 'V II A 1 DEALERS Ma Ii-u- Wftliaa ll-- t A.HMOI-- : 3; tl "' I , Men ttttd Children's Clothing GROCERIES nil To lu GROCERIES IN HIOKHAI otvn iriM a tiu.vx.1 111 u Staple and Taney I. It-l- it f FRUITS, &c. lit Do:r H'-- Good Ictlvereil lo any part t li- - Oi'y Clinton St., t n( Laclmle Ilotel, MAURUJS HICKMAN, KY. Mrob.vat Tr.ilor, HICKMAN, bberle. Kl. - , A7kTl1V H. BUCHANAN )( 11 '; ii- - 7 GROCERIES Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIMMO HICKMAN, otbcu. - SURGEON, . KENTUCKY. ani t.d. s In I.nclede black. Imrnrod Isia TrlroniUr'i artU' 3 Cutllna, 8alli.fi. odu m. Ir 4m workmen. 4 lo-'I'- J Ore-work- s H'.l lercoandclbce edjolulng Ju H. C. AMBSB.G. 1 1111 -'- le 'J'J 'J5 King-mail'- UH11 ). II. i A. P. OiilVSH, Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOlvMAN, ML A HICKMAN, K. !ifV???f I Ah lji a 1 I inn.tf-oltir'- r, ';: 11-1- 1 f,ga Attorney at T. DA vm, w, KENTUCKY. )o( A Contrnlly located. Coi.v euieiit to Ittver Lnuiliiig. IJuiRCa Call ltegulail.v. Every 't(-t- lion given to Comfort, of (inputs, 1 - mcll-IcIi- k ,,i.ii ...-..- Till L fi IVK Sc Hiirnwlioelngor T l!lj(ii.iillilii ilot.e, Wiiooa, I when I uUo ktvp Ue-t- a full line of a rvpira tu on want IMYANT.Piop'r. lilt). DR. S.K.DAVIDSON, I Undortakor'B Qoodc. Count. n.., f I WI (Ml , up uliort notice, anj at rUK)nable pricea. (ilein a call. Shop ncr tbt Jail. on iiiitOolbn. nl,', '', and S..1I.I Itl.ick W.tl which can bo Ullril J3e22Ltlf3ti HICKMAN, .'t 12" KFNlLCKt t?r ntuj'.'5-ii- Ofllee ovor Cowgill & Cowgill'o - 1 (' Drug Stoic. Fall Take Notice! 1 COAL! I'lTTSuUHG, iM tL'RKK'A, COAfi ! ickman J5. garble V.urks, KY. niUKMAS', sea-mos- s C. RAMA(iK DIAIK IS . tf ILLINOIS LU I', and 4N1HIUCITE, Ji Hired. In toy (ptinllllM ii.a .ai a Italian and AmiuicA TOMU M0NU.MKNT8. !vkbi.j .KAV f tiner- 'u Family ut : HAVINO niy 411 dTONUd. In elock, aflr. Italian Mai it ' . - -- m Cal .u FARIS & FARKER, iiiokman, : : ork Order from al (loaipU? i; 9 Iba country : KtlNTUUKY1 ti. hi .'l . v 'fi " m m iMftbaJLWrVi .M; R', rm j-- .,r& ' TT BJ A. S. ROSED ALE, Artistic rhologrupher, at Campbell's Old Stand. Good Work Guaranteed Y'At v - r.' n c1v.u.j- - luill tiiid eAUii.ii.u 'work. CLEAR THE TRACK! IV! The Treasury CLEVELAND HAS TRIUMPHED gComc KlNLEY PRICES KNOCKED OUT! I mean exactly what I And I will make a deduction of 5 to 10 per cent, on all Winter Goods, Heavy Clothing, Overcoats, Blankets, Comforts, Boots, Heavy Shoes, Woolen Dress Goods, Flannels, Carpets, Wool Hosiery, Wool Hats, Wool Jeans, Pant Goods, Lap Kobes, Rubber Overshoes, Boots and Coats, Woolen Underwear, and many things too numerous to mention. right along and set ,Iie advantages offered in this HARVEST OF BARGAINS. FOR I'ltKNIDKVT. lftt CoHgreMMleHttl Diitrirl. I say ! THE HICKMA.N COURIER. II I OK MAN, KY., FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1892. Bankrupt. UKftTUCKY'BCWNVICTH. jar i Tlf these 1,240 are employed u,. .. .r,,lnl themlomeeof laetmeet. ji.,.,.,,1 .iik. gave Harrison 600 . walls. OU'ou farms and tlie raulnrHv. lint a Democratic Gov ACtVORTO ALIOWCD. 100 are t7 The following aeeaunla were preienled on the sick list. There 900 '. J 89 ernorls olected by 2,000 majority. Italian!, life prisoner, of whom 103 ' "' SDrtrnTed, whlab. on motion, were I "Tick politlcnl indications In Ohio rwn.'i!7, HUROWARE. QUEENSWARE. SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, I" VrwanMWBawawi I 702 184 white males, 60 colored males, oie allnweil, anilcbrcke orletej iamrd for the 180 doabout-i- t 1 ' elond.v, with the Hepubli- - Call! wel'l arc still 060 1,123 27 a white female and four colond aciunuti; ' HICKMAIf,KY. can oflicinls shuttling the returns, p , CLINTON STREET, The Democrats charged through feinnles. Of the long term pre It, D nreearj, for eundrjr article 1,158 74 383 IS.Ho tences from i.i fttrnlli theelly, 400 227 out the campaign that the U. 8. oners, 120 have 1.155 Skverai. hundred thousand. Hickman, 1 1.. Carpenter, illcllag pritonere, U.50 GOODS 2.503 1.028 832 Treasury was empty, that Mr.; to 30 years, two of iwhom are cil- - 0. people nro now trying to throw "Graves, iihavel rna aTrntne. fi.1T ' . i .. 1.001 300 i i.n..,irA.i i ored females: 261 from 5 to 5 light on Mr. Cleveland' dark cab Marshall, ii.n Tbe Maror la tnatraete-to correspond 1,700 1,249 McCracken, inet. lg.-m.- on with Mr. J W.Thetnaa. Pre thlent N . h. surplus, that the Rcpuhll1 067 807 Highest Market Price will be Paid for Reef Cattle. Trigg, A St Railraa.) inr"'1" Chat Adlai Stevenson, like Nancy 728 408 ,27 cans hud spent this uud were fnc tnftn ten years. There are twei- - trelgbt on graecl, for Mreet p'trpoiie. Hanks, is a Kentuckian, anil his Lvon, 027 546 females in all serving lino 173 ing au actual deficit. The Repub- AKKfti roa rtiBTtio timk. home mn in Illinois was worth the Livingston, 1,118 1,312 Crittenden, 144can natters swore that the charge in the Frankfort penitentiary, t Tbe Committee aptioinleil to draft an whole price of admission. tweuy ordinance reenlallni charC'". Ae. for p;-- , waB not true, but now they admit of whom are white and water and eleeirle llfhtt, aaked for fur colored. 15,704 8,510 3 007 The first thin? the next Con It. Suppose. Mr. Harrison's Secllier time, which wai graated. Cress Should do is the repeal of a Cleveland over Harrison, 7,185; retary of tho Treasury had made GUARANTEED CURS. Federal Election law which makes over Weaver, 11,797. Total vote irtcui. rotter ArronTKn. We nuthorlt i r rtUr.l On nintlnn, tbe Mayor le lntriiete.l lo this ndtnission beforo tho election, ell Dr. Klnjj'i on- - .l Uiteoirtj.InicgUtlo John I. Davenport possible. for Nw appoint 4 apeolal (wllcemjn of District, 28,130. aatiat in the Democratic cyclone would Cough an1 CotiN upon Ih nreeertinr the peace on VtVlneeday nltlii, Tiik Third party was lost in the DEALGIIN IX alHlcul with a 16th Intl., the eccailoa of the Detaocratlo conitition. If JO'i Detnocratio cyclone that swept have been greater and greater. FOU CONGRESS. Couth, Cold or ao King, Throat or Ctt over the country on the 8th, and trouble, and will uit thin rtmt-JM On motion the Counell aJj.uroed. The Extra MeMleH. nobody knows where to find it. reeled, (itlng it a fair trial, and itei o Attfet. (lie bode tne no beneAi, you tnaj rttil'n J. a WKARN, Clerk, protein All indications point to the may be a little too early for anl bate jour money refunded. Ye It MT For Sore fyea, conclusion that it was protective Ballard. 893 U 160 could not make Ibn offer did we not kr llwrttlra'i, trwlrn amtve. accurate judgment, but it looks that Dr. King' New Diecoeerr could m COWOILI3 EY5 SALV1. tHrifT robbery in the North and 1.475 350 581 now t'ula. lHIIUWlt, Tut that Mr. Cleveland would do relied on. It neter dieappeinta. Trl Brulwa ISmt SLVi in the wnrlJ for Keter iorce dim in tne soutn uiiutiiu it. nrlialn Sorea, Ulcere, Sail Itlirum. 774 49 393 aafKor Neuralgia aad Itheuiualleei, bottle free at C A. Ilolsombe'e drag ttof . Sotea, Tetter. Clnpprl Hamle, ChltMaina, 912 1.105 314 well to call an extra session of Urge site 60c and $1.00. Even Republicans have some Caldwell, COWOILL'S WEA3ZL OIL. Lorn, and all Skin hrtlptlona. anil iol 1,100 1,301 165 Congress immediately upon his In- thing to return thanks for next Crittenden, W fflaerl rr"tlrelr cnrwi Pile, or on par rennirrt. It We era efrtae; all rrai' of Plara. ItVttanw urA Tin rnttr 1,158 TAKK TOl'R CMUICK. 383 90 aiigiiratiou, and thereby give the Thursday. They should be thank- Fnlton, U guarantee! lo cite perfect aatifactioa. For Pi be, ewryafia.iMai aJitimMMCMnlr. Wookorw, T't)te, Burooua. Woahloiiile. we gawaaiM J.w 1.071 430 ful that Pennsylvania and Ver- Hickman, , refaniUil. t'rir V5 cent er jj5 McKinley tariff its finishing stroke Wardrobe. Ch.imber Sola, Mattr!inw, 8t)flnae, COWOILL'S PILS OINTilSNT. The Dyersburg, Tenn., Tini-- or money aale bj C A. Holcombe, Drug' Graves, box. tor 916 2.403 mont escaped. arleaa le W lk toneo. Uite ui a trial Mknnilinl dieeoaal ail ewBUUoa U tkle) jra, promptly. As a rule the people says: "Last spring Mr. Charts fieL 1,019 320 in he.lir.0M o Uililnrt.llora' OaDt.'e) gwat For Tetter anJ lliogworia, lud Tms change of Presidents could Marshall, t Wutwlea aa4 Milal.M Or.al Oaee. llae, Wa enrrr a Uiri l' 4551 do not favor extra sessions, pre Ghilwood, of lie 8th district, 1.779 1,220 McCracken, lit! 5AWKB TIlr.M. (leeraa.cUlVa, not have been accomplished in Trigg, 1,033 730 450 ferring that their laws shall be a persimmon tree which he ' What nro the wheels of Com COWOILL'S TETaES OINTMENT. ISrUuiUTiax aJ Jet. Hulh South America without some- - Livington, 907 52S 213 mndo in regnlar course; but the ed to kill. He bored an aiipr merce I hear about so much !" body's getting n black eye und gt1 For rTormt, 729 230 140 ' people, In this instance, have do- - hole to the heart of tho tree aid asked Mrs. Suaggs. Lon, giving another revolution. filled it up with suit, driving itm Cowgill'g Pleasant Worn Syrap "Those underneath the - peg to hold. It failed to kill tie trains," replied her husbandfreight 15 293 7 737 4 845 clared witli unmistakable emphaThat great manufacturing SATISFACTION" OUAllASTKKD OR or TUB CBLKHI uumocruuc nectara- - tree, audit bore a large crop if known as the Republican Pittsburgh Uhrouicle. Stone over Dchoe, 7,556; over, bis mat tne Till: XOSKY KEFUSDKD. I'e"i!?'n0"?.i!,.,!?,en80"' w,,,ch at) party ought to keep out of politics Keys, 10,448; over both 2,711. lion at Chicago, that the policy of " C V. C. Certain Clittl riirr' It For Sale be the Propritlore, hereafter, and devote itself excluprotection was a fraud, waB right.) .This," sayB tho Hopkinsvile I w , jyTKvSt25. plcmnnt to inkt? Mini tinrnilcM. sively to Its manufacturing inter- Smith, Prohibitionist, only receivitiereiore, tne irauti siioiiki ue Kentuckian, "reminds us of a st- ' Clilldrcii Illicit. Oimrantcca IrrtWrrTT.T. S. PftWlTT.T. , L STlVfZZ Zir&L&T ed about 400 in tho District. ests. ww n corrected, for it is never too early ry of n South Christian furnur, to euro 1'Jillla mill Fccr. Larco i ' I II A U M A. OI HTM. is 34 years since the Demoto begin the work of reform. The living near tiorution. ne nniiu bouicsou cent. FOE CIKCUIT JUDGE. Kkntucky. crats have hail control of the Nawant to be relieved quick-- j crab apple tree, as tho story goci, For ate by C. A. llotcoxtir, Dru;bt. Hickman. : : tional Government in all its deof the tax burduus. Tiie which he desired to kill. Ho bo:-, o Jn,,Kr of e&eSik-jH partments, and we venture the desire a speedy fulfill- - ed nn auger hole through the trtei( ..iiMro vou nything neat and --i f 3 DR. L. P. BALT2ER, prediction that it will be 34 years t unci en it with iirnwn au meni oi ueinocraiic nrnmiana. hi in a peg on .oiiifiifV In .Ho f(t lnqatrciff tlto H'o tlifnk tne people wish to see 'driving c before lliey are dislodged from Ji. both sides ft young womnn. PHYSICIAN AM SURGEON, c. Mr. Cleveland begin witn all pos- - liolcl tho sugar in pluca. Uontrnr; "We have, madam," briskly rawta a The next Congress, or the pop- Graves, 2,011 1,209 eiblo vigor. Dot ns there ran be to expectation tho tree lived, at Hickman, : : : : Kentucky.' EJAsravkjf nana aena i'A a ex tho salesman, hnudiug out ular branch of it, so far as figured Hickman, 497 1.034 no tloubtof Mr. Cleveland's de- - last season bore a fine crnn of an Vy-ay-Oeevernl samules of u thick, heavy Offer a ble profealonal aertleea lo tbe peo- aWdawlJBBwH out, will stand: Democrats, 213; Fulton, 730 015 votiou to the cause of tutiff re- - pies, which were so sweet that ne ..F ple ol Hickman and Icioily. pattern. "Those, I think, will suit 10. Ballard, Republicans, 129; Fuslonists, 4?0 570 form, the people who have elect- - sugar waa required to presen Office, cor. of JackaoQ and Kentucky St'. admirably." Four Districts are so close as to Carlisle, 345 ('JJ,eil him will be content witli his them." If this should meet the eve of 0 .'n bo Btill in doubt, but, however decision, whether the work of reMr. Spotcash, of Bpotcash & Go's they mny be settled, the House ftoo 4,003 4,251 vision shall begin in March or the DemoTip l T mam will be overwholmiugly Thla amount the Iiuon Chemical Co dry goods emporium, it may help JUB W. tunuILL, T, rrea't. CO!. BAI.TXtR, TrMt . Moss' majority, 248. CUJ.I following December. proro.ee to pay lo anyone who will priri him to understand how ho came cratic. -, -that any one of the tctlinonUN, ninre'nt to lose the trade of tho wealthy M? rBB-ae- ta m OH, My! A Life Savral. inn the wonderful eileda of Lemou CI it nnd aristocratic Miss Plunefaco. If the Republican party should I lercteaere te tlllaea Sraa. Tonio, are not genuine. Anyone oau writ bold together and go Into tiie Thi the rerdlet of hundred', who Chicago Trib n tie. and eifo AcliclcU article rresidontiul election of 1890 on a rlien broken clown In health, appetite Along with our great rejoicing Haltering 'Lemou Chill Toule" utandial naruea, but gone, no energy, aud by tbe leatt (ztnloo over ,,e great platform bearing any resemblance Children like to lake "C. V.C. Democratic vlctO-ar- e the held ai a lllooi Purifier, a . bumeu and ' Cerlatu Clilll Cure," the pletta-tito tho Minneapolis one, its candi- feel exhauttedle and unlll for Urine. But a TV, ,1111111811)0 atimilieu llial we lonlo and appetiter. Lemon Chill geoe' Toti not worth thai life unci Rtiiiriuilcctl cure lor dates wouldn't get as many votes 6(c bottle of Lemon Chill Toule hti reilor laai pleasant aa lemonailj and ae large aa Icier, 3sTSMa1lHJLMJiaei5l. Mm. M A cue uud aalwriM. ns were cust for Weaver and Field ed tbeui lo perfect health. Jnei.t on hat- still have the Kentucky Legisla- the regular dollar eiie. Ak for Lennnj I'rleo 50 cli. Fire, Life, Accident, ture. Ob, my Chill Tonle and ineUl on rtlting w,ij this year. The g. o. p. baa got to ing it and take no rubatllute. Each hot. Tor late by C, A. UoLonMSK, Drugglal. 70a aik for. Take do eubetilulc. hat geiej tic la guaranteed to do juat what li claimreform or disband. bottle, and you will thank tble paper fit ed for it or money refunded. ManufacThe Nerret Ballet. HicroiiK tbe year 1800 twelve Tornado, &c. drawing your attention lo ita cjerlnl Farmem coma fifteen mllen to my atore tured by tbe Lemon Chemical Co, Ye nfTrr the most Liberal Accommodations Solicits your business. In tho to get Chamberlain's Cough Keintdy. Price 603. For eale and guaranteed ly! papers were published New York, N. Y, Wett. Kla.and The secret ballot, notwithstand- Cowuill & Co wo ill. I United States. to oar Customers Consistent with Kstsbllshed Many of hem, like myeell, ire uevcr ern wlinteaale depot Pal oca h, Ky , where without It in their home). It enrol in; all ortleri ehould be addrtseed. For tale ing the prejudice of many lluukiug Principles. A colony of about 1,000 Japabo; of severe attack of croup, and, I by CowKitl A Cow gill, Druggliti. cf CsapsiH coustkt 1.1 rr. Sijmdii , Tolil Au.ti did not hurt the Demonese is to be established in life). lelleve, Mini hi K. Dillon, Luray, This is the way Bob Ingorso!( Htieaell county, Kami Tli remedy it Mexico. crats in the North nor in the ART HeiHT C!rKaIOK. a certain cum For croup, anJ, If ueed at ''It is. A mountain of carbonato of - expatiates on country life: 8outh. For the first time thirty- no on ai the lint aynipioma appear, will 0. IIALTZKK. It. T. TYLER, J. V. POWELL, lt.lt. IIKGVA It advautuge to live iu a cl'y. zinc is the latest discovery near The Republican press has in the four States tried it in a Preslden- prevent Die attack. For aate by (J. A. where poverty degrades and fail llillsboro. N. M. . A. A. FAKIH, W. A BIIUCK, J. W.:COW(llLL. Jlolcotube, main submitted gracefully to the tTal election, nnd wo can ull see it ure brings despair. The fields are, OPPICK OVKU HICKMAN BANK, A Tub St. Louis Repnblic soys: defeat of Mr. Harrison, and ac helped toward the great Demo- lovelier than paved streets, mil baa Newfoundland company HICKMAN. KUNTUOKY. "Alter cateful and mature delib- cepted tho overwhelming popular cratic vietory. It gave working-peopl- tho great forests of oaks and eiiiu frombeen organized to gather ice icebergs. are more poetic than steeples ami eration the Democrats of the verdict that was rendered with a chance to vote their honTil K ocean 1b more productive chimneys. In the country is tho United States have concluded to less of rancor than of grim mm humor. est sentiments, and lessened the Idea of home. There you see the lli.tn the land, Au ncro of good accept President Hitrrison's suggestion witli respect to celnltrnt-in- The Democratic victory was so chances of corrupting tho ballot rising and setting sun; you becoma Culling ground will yield more foot! the last Thursday in Novem- comprehensive, nnd the Republi- by the use of money. acquainted with the stars ami than an acre ou the best farm. ber. They are convinced that the can defeat so crushing tlmt the clouds. The constellations are Puop. Maksiiall tolls us that .A-nsituation requires hearty Thanks- popular tendency is to look beyour friends. You hear the rail the oak iu a general way requires Hoy a, Don't Uiinm. giving, fat turkeys, cranberry jel- yond mere partisan cause, and on the roof and listen to tho ry th- to grow from 120 to 200 years beuscrilie the results to nnforseen WINE3 ly and crisp celery. DItUOS, Hon. N. P. Moss, our Circuit ro lo singing nf the winds. Yoo roro it ia tit to cut for largo timber. psychic forces. The Louisville nro thrilled by the resurrection TnE Republican gain in Penn Commercial .ileitis to the inevita Judge elect, Ih an honorable genMEDICINES, AND Tiik path of true lovo may nevsylvania wns 14.811, while the ble with commendable candor, as tleman iu every respect, and a called spring, touched aud sadden- er run smooth, and perhaps with by nutumu the grace nnd poeSTATION EH Y, ed Democratic gain was 31,858. The follows: LI QUOBS lawyer of flue ability; and of his trv nf dentil. Kvnrv flflit in a nle.; many of us one nf the first rocks Republican plurality was cut down FANCV GOODS iu ,.'!.6irn? was thut of the cradle. "The size of Cleveland's mnior- - defeated opponent, 8. L. Cross-land- , ture, a landscape; every laudscaptj FOR 10,000, although 20.000 Democrat- Iiy, -I- l'lnladelpbia li me s. BITWIIN and the general tVyJyiislon of SUNDUIES, the same can truthfully be a poem; every flower a tender ic voters of Philadelphia were, by I have just one ambition In MEDICAL a Hinuit Republican trick, depriv-t-- ins gains, make it very clear that said. Mots wiib elected by only thought and every forest n ''I'M PAINTS, IJBe9-t-t1wkA9Rwbwbw! citizen. Louisville and Memphis, i of their votes. Hut for this the American people wanted a 248 majority. It appears to be lauti. in tne country yon presenvt life," said a tnajorifflfVad your identity yonr persoualR) USE. "Wlmt Is thatl" WITH 1 OILS, triuk the Democrats would have change. or If bis gaius local, been true his that in the prosecution of There yon am an aggrogationo' "To got the Inside of my furnace there gained over 50 000 votes. The re- small, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars would have eDWCniMPTmNSa atoms, but SPECIALTY. sult in Pennsylvania was some- ascribing the been auto excuse for some case in tho Graves Circuit au atom of in tho city you are onlj as warm as tho ice chest soemod XtiUUUlKia j. .a w i. ' raoai and to unworthy Court that Crossiand, iu Ids earnan aggregation." result Washington Star. last summer." thing of a Democratic triumph af- means Mniiiplila, Union or Inlltiences, and that ter all. would huve had a had effect both estness and zeal, forgot himself, A LEASES. Ituixi, VIcilcMlxirir. HervlreM or tee Kplaeeapal Chnrrh. New Orlvunw, via This Is a big country, and it on our nntioiial reputation and and used "cuss words," which Since iti firet introduction, Electric Bit mim mSmm 9I12AIIMIIH. H'rdcea eeery It and 3rd Sunday at begins to look now that it is it our national character. cuso was appealed, and became lera Itaa gainst rapidly In popular fam until now It le clearly In tLe lead rooti 0:30 a m., and 7:80 p m. Keery Friday tidal wave country also, and Na"Ah it is, nothing of that" aort much talked about. It is safo to pure medicinal aa OZsD night at 7 o'clock lemi-- and lecture. TSS Q7ICS AND toutca and SSSISASLE ECUTI BXZsZABZeXr tional elections go one way or Hie can bo alleged. Hpecially good Go. 8. FiTZtiuoii, ltcclor. nothing which perm It un to An rnoM other by enormous imtior tieB. Republican organization and ef- nssumo that these "cuss words" aa a hererage or Intoxicant, it Iti reeoj ia Keite a Spleadld Klock ef the very but makes C'hrlallnn Churcle. Hut all good citizens freely admit fective work modified tho general caused moro than 248 men to vote nlzed aalhe beat nnd purest medicine for New York, I'ltlladeibin, llalllmore, of all klnda ol Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, thut majorities should rule, and trend of the results in some lo- against Grosslnud. Hoys, don't all ailmenlaof titouiach, Liver or Kldoeyi Serelcee eeery Lord's dayday PreaoMni? in each Richmond, Hutfalo, Clef eland, Towhilo our Republican Mentis are calities, but on the whole, from enss, it's wrong; nnd may injure it will cure biek Meailache, Imligealior aterr 2nd anil 4th Ird' HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &.. Uontllpatlon, antl ilrlee .Malaria rrow It, month, r.nier j. 11. nouuiae, paator. nun- ledo, Chicago, liidlaiiaiwlii, doubtless terribly disappointed Maine to Texas and from Puget you iu laudable, umultlous. Cincinnati, Loulatllle eyalem. 8aliefctlon guaranteed win day School every Sunday, J. W. Mnrria. they will bow to the inevitable Hound to the Florida eapes, the each bottle or the money will he rttnmltil Sup'l. All are oordlally Inelled to attend r.nalern and NurlheHatern art offered tl ONK PRICK, and tbal Ikt P ola la with as good a grace as possible general desire for a change was AND Some say that the Republican Prlpe only JiUo per hnitle. Hold by 0. tlieae eer'lcea. ... rvj. 1... .1. II..! t. iiicaiuii very loweil Ike market Juttllti. ami rest serenely in the conscious-nes- manifest and, in tho aggregate, liuiuviuv uiuiKiBi, III.) Mempble, Vlctaburg, Ilaton ftotige, New pnr'y Is dead and will never uiako that tho wisdom of tho great emphatic" IlnllroiMl Time Tabic. Muliile, I.Utle Hock, Hot Orletna, A now postal witli n stamped' All goide gttaranleeil to be aa repreteated I another fight. Democrats, don't American people will aid in guidgprlnga and point e In Wait Ten the ing llio country safely. N., 0. & St. L. It. It. Kbys, Ogilvio. Singlotnry and bulievo it; tho dovil was cast out reply sheet has boon issued by vir-Ark annaa, Mil neasee, AltltlVIM! I,KAVK Government. The novelty is alaaippl, I.')ullaii, anil Irani nut ai, j.iii r. Kentucky evidently has the Urn. Krwln aro not as pretty us of heaven, but ho yet livos for tuully two postal cartls In ono; ol J'j" JJ; JJ; um Trln No. M. 4.(10 i. u. TUB NOUTII AND NOUTIIWEHT. best school law of any Stuto says they were beroro the election, but mischief. least it consists of two cardi Tlile road tnaket clone couneclloii with the .Murray Ledger. Five months they know much more. printed on one shoot which It Hie L. & N. t McKenxle going oorili. and Tbe line le thoroughly equipped tnd in In every year the sum of $1,750,-00Tub success of tho Third party folded in the center. The sender tb, Aret'Claee comlltlou, and prollaa an Ih paid out to teachers to In Kansas carries with it tho re writes the adtlress nn tho front on going north Thr Third party in tills cellent arramement In time anJ through modatlon going aoulb. the sclioola In every county, eara. A FKVttfltK la the lime and District succeeded in peal of Prohibition in that State, page of the card and the message which is an average of $350,000 tecttred by 'h Lira bed I ulreudy opening on tho other side. The recipient Only a night' ride between per mouth that is set aside for this turning the Democratic county of aud saloons ure has only to detach the remaining' Loulatllle and Memphle, and the hell an d purpose. All this money Is ratsotl Caldwell over to the Republicans. iu the cities. mlf of tho sheot aud write his re-- ' if yon want poafra. quiekeat eerelce between tbe two eltlea by luxation Hint Is, our State tax This Is all, and nothing more ! back. terotrered. In 1880, the wholesale price of ply ou the message One pleco .) Vf7aJi -- iiiiKi.. amounts to 47 cents on the one Vnr low eat rale, lime lablei. and all earn ana ine: iiiu lr.u wAiit Ml.l.luenta. WnKRB now nre those waal Letter lleaita, granulated sugar was 0 and 10 cniieti the reply card. Iiotb are Dealer In of properIfrou hundred dollars worth deilred information ap ply to other If yon waul Nota llraila, KIUTJ5 HBLLNKIt, Ag't, ty, nod ol this amount over 20 II ymi want UuilnCrcU, Democrats who cents, The tariff was taken off, stamped witli tho picture of Oon, U yuu want Vl.ltlng Canla, N. 0. A St. L. K. H., Hickman, K y rents of It goes into the common did everything in their power to nnd in 1801 it was 0 and 7 cents, Grant. It is one of the best and. DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND If yon want Uall Imitation,, Or VT. P. MURHELL, AKent, Rchool fund, enabling many a poor ir run want Hliliiliic Taxa. N. A M. V. Co., Rlvti, Tenn. is 5 cents. Watch how most convenient arrangements or N If you want lliialiieaatlrcatare, child to receive a common school defeat the party of Jefferson and ami now it i Agent, die kind that has yet emanated in fact, ir yu am hi rRiitriNO ' HICKMAN, KV. ,oa OrJ.LPHKI'AN, Co, Padncab education that without such a sys- Jneksnu in the late election t prices will tumble In other neces- from the Junrlloo. N. N. A M. V. department; e Btt,:v..;V:.uSuw;7."ir. tem they would be compelled to Come back, boys, and quit your sities when the Democrats Intro nuni win .rove very popular with W. H. PIlOOTV, Oen'l I'tts. A'gl. in Or . grow up Iti ignorance, Iuliellle, Ky PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. foolishness! timo to take off the tariff. JOD OlllCC. theticonle. Wtomino i ft:r 2- - 2 I Since the election the leading Republican papers admit that the U. 8. Treasury hasn't the money to meet its obligations, and that the deficit is between $75,000,000 art' (85,000.000, ana their Impudent cry to the triumphant Demo crats is, klnner. ol Tenrkana. Ark , la an enthutlail In the pralee of Cham The last reports or the two ptfc. Hickmah, Ki , Not 14, isal 1U ueed it fur berlaln'e Tain Halm itouliariea in Kentucky show that i Council met In rentier morion. aaii; "1 found to there were Oil prisoners in iMei Mayor Miew, Counitmn ller, IWri IlbriitnalUm, andlocal reined," It For he a rait null eicellenl weern. one at Frankfort and 429 In tie eek, iirown. Tk cu, cierk Mm hiitl Ju. C. bjr C. A. Houviane. Pniegiiti Edilyvllle prison, making a PPnl"l,,l V,,rk' Pf0 '"" tVl yf,rn " in the nf I COUNCIL IMIOOKEDINGS. j A Gnro for RhouuirUlsin. llr A lrM lucoiiMcis toil' Mthnni 0f M. B. Shaw, . oiaie. full . ... What to Buy? Staph and Fancy GrocriQ3, I rop-r'- T . DELrVBRBD PREB ..-- - Sw ty-si- x hte e.fmo'o l I f i.?M rUENITURE. nmNXTURE, STEWIENS & TYLER OS ! a-- o Fainuturc and CisdcrtaRcr's Goods, arHf lo - I I irm J HERTWEOK, ayn-dicat- e BALTZR fcaH:iry & GO., !' a - It wage-worker- s 1 ,., .,.. 'afabaO I bi ai JN N. llfiiri. IIICKIVTsT. KENTUCKY. eJ-.4- E. E, t ! .... jmXWAJMLAIN tm. ut INSURANCE! f .AKE, . HICK MAN, KENTUCKY. 1 Paid Up Capitol $40,000.00. DIBBOTOH e. I Ken-tuckinii- Siua-loa- 1 Drug-fiat- e A m g DRT7QQIBT Dealer in d f. S Wa TUB., - ! $SSv tKllHvvBMI e- d weary-lookin- g rMilvll(,, al 1 alteralleee-conlatni- e og j Waah-Info- s I. A , ''. I T, 0 con-du- fhl'ZtrZ THE OLD RELIABLE. Look at This Kxpree-Train- e. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF- S, r ii post-offic- e j .doUriOr oO J aieiiMiaWwVWrlffim 'S.J ip ,$(! i wvm&wmKmih'mi '"'mmrrmimBnamsmEMEmmW' ,i' && feMftMttMihir'j HtiiaaiiV. ttomnmrtf ttikBrr ,7f'rmrwimaKmmmwHr"i(W4tif'vVil "' w . LtigimatggTv " "' 8tammMt&W i,s ' v W.VSHI r.tirt, . MiV. ' . 0 - !" " 3llMlinilJBBnM0MMIYMIIHS!VIMICI ggBBTOtMilWMiBr ' T"Uf IXJlPVlkkkkkH - linr'"" . - (V,M . w' UPP" Let others follow, IF THEY CAN Ift, Ml 1 &piip THE WK c: ! P I We have demonstrated coroelusively credit competitors can afford The heavy increase in our business ovreriast year shows also that the people appreciate it, and are with us m nre able to t()-f- t STRICTLY four sell goods lower than JEKKES-'tfflr - that by our system of buying and selling I WJTw Ja-- J - This is an excellent time to lay in your WINTER UNDERWEAR, OVERCOATS, ri tiffin IT 111 fhncn linrta ia 'iiir limit'v nti1 prices whout 25 per cent, less than our neighbors. Come see us beforejbuyin. T-k.- VA. B -.. "llyAln Dl.inlrnfo .Vi o. ti I 1 1 f 4ML'b1iHil V KF fiU iQr Wl&IL'T' Biwiiwna m..mmM. "IBEX manmtim 'l.rk Ja,!CS-m.i3U JKMKl "k.Ji. - ZSf J Tho National Farmers' Alll. hiicp, in session at Memphis this week, ought In go hack In oiinl-nn- l principles, having nothing to do with politico, cut Ioono from the Third party leadrrn, or, fulling In tills, dlHtiAiiil. ThotmniiiU of good Alliance poonln will olwnv now look with (limrimt. 11 B J O L AMi H 0 E ! ttKJUMJUATH Carrie I.lfc'ht f MttBWSTUaUMVjHBl A I.L I'AKKNl'S know how hard It U to keep the It teems, Children Id Shoes. sometimes, ni they wore detennlii- C(I to iiciti til (Mil out in n llttV Tliev run. lumn. dras their toes ;.irbeOur Iindlea1InFlue Shoos ntyln. rxcolled In Run-honice-Ottln- t j. tliCHn renpfutc, riiiI in both line wo will Kliow, In honvy t'ooils, ex reliant tilling Hi ptioon thnt ciu not lio liPHten rlnnwhorc, nmnn V11I110 Meti'a nor In good wrnr. Oifr footwear in not Uchlml in f Oarrctt Misannrl. Farla North Carolina. May Fails South Carolina. IVnrl Ilryant Temieaaee. Mabel Goalder Vlrjiinin. Nellie Helm West Virginia. Clara Outteii Connecticut. Holt Indinna. Stella SlroiiK Illinois. J.nlw Wilann New .lorsey. Anna Ualtzer New York. Lizzie AmDerg Wisconsin. Mnne Ilrevard Ohio. Ilertio Duahart California. Mirile Cavitt North Dakota. Mul K-ll- e Kutlo Wittitic Mlehlgnn. tai red-woo- vHpl Ladies Lo.ig Cloaks at Half Price, to close them out! suvEiTia:., EJHiXjisoisr & oo -- Jrade is B cf t t'al i cofo r flo Boorir;! All-Wo- IfAltilRS' AXD MERCIIASTS' NATIONAL BANK, JHC J. a 3s. a m. 'JUL ym CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. PBIOIS .LIKE 'THESE ARE 110UNI) TO CREATE A RUSH! 4, ' CAN VIIXIM YOU HOY ll.BCCHASANT .. jjfj. C. (..Hty Judge IIONDUHANT. V I. C. L. HANDLE, At.KXANbER. j N. ULAIiLttt, J Jr. A. TUOlirfcOS, Good yard'Wido Domeslin, Cc. "Fruit of the Loom" Domestic, 8Jo. Cuutoii Flannel nil the way from 5c. II. BUCIIAN'ANVWruMpnt; oousidprod. 10 7 IUltzru & Shaw. Shout, Shout, Democrats are I -I One iiinii bwiiiii lifleen niiuulen In the water nt HoRton; one In Nen Booming Cannon York nto n cooked rat; ninny a wheelbnrrow, aomo fllty ! milen; others decornted theniselv-eIlniiiR DrmnrrntM and paraded tho atroola look ,n ,ike o'0"". "c The uuterritled and nnconqiier-ablDemocrats of Fnlton county According to the Noveinlier nnjthiuK to wear out their Shoes. A shoddy shoo goes very quickly, crop reluma of the Department of ratified the gicnt victory ol the Aurieulluio, the whrat. eoru and !T !' ri"V7 13 SJlTaS Vfc.U SEjTI vlnU erops will ho short, cud triumphant Democracy at In a blaze of glory and en The "l.lllle (limit School Shoe" Is 'there, will be little more than half the Ulisr. and oulv to he found a crnn of eolton. (irulu himI cot thusliisiu. on Wednesday evening. ton have adwmrcd under the stim The nccaxruii surpassed everyKl lUt.i.uu & Siiaw'h. ulna of tho Democratic victory, thing iu the furor of exultation and there can be little ilnitbt Hint' and tho hearty good will that per hllilier (irlees will ho realized uont year for both than for several) ail id the ranks, evon Republicans and Third party people being years past. Christuias Is fiist iipproachltif;. miide to sharo the kindly cheer The campaign orator can now and cnthuNlasm. The rejoicing lake a much needed rest. house always was a place where uii too great and sincere to leave Governor-elce- t Tumey, of you could buy goods cheap and loom for III will to any, politically or the best ijuality. He is now leiiucssee, la crlllcullj III. or otherwUo. A Democralii! President will knocking the bottom out by offer lug to payback to tho customer' The delight and enthusiasm of open the Wotld's Fulr, loo. A to 10 per cent In hard enli the jubilating hundreds of Demo-era- ' ThaiikxRiviiii; roinch on tho This Is a iiaud oiler to those waut. a from town nud county, and tilth. Get your turkey ready. luc Winter Goods. I5o sure an adjacent terntoiy, was of that and L't what you want. Ruck Rims' Is the place to go Co character that could not contain to havoyourcycri tested and fitted Work on the llirknun water-- Itself long enortgh to listen to to Sneclae.lea of till kinds. 8:22 works is prosecuting fuvomhly, ' speeches. It of clubs -- Kldr Rodman. of Ky., .,,,, foundation for the staudpipe , deco-lwill preach at he llaptm Church , ,,pinK rnHtructed, the machine on horseback, wagons, tloals with young! at o clock. nvst Mimlar iilIU ry enBine, &c. have been ratod the The Directors of tho Hick- - received and placed: and on I ur ladles reprintingH,. Democrat. 1 until Creamery are requested to day tliey commence.! on tho clec lo States, and the Uniform Rank w.m tll, K,vtM CX, wt,k. meet at the creamery Saturday at trie litht plant. The contract innr Knights ol l'Mhlas ns escorts: pi,,, loveliest of nil thing oise not be completed by Dec. Dili, is citizens on foot, brass bauds, ' was Iho banner presented by the 2 oYlnck, p. m. put up in single Patterns with Trimmings to match. Whip Cord, heretofore printed Iu the Courier, Tho Prohibitionists have not but will be near about that time booming guns, nud I Win. Lindsay Ladies' Democratic Serges Henriettas, Ludio' Cloth, Broadcloth, tc, in latest shades. yet carried a State for President, with all the l'lai ami 1 willed i'laiuiuls, all colors, from the cheapest to the The. ovenl..g sky now boast hut their Intention nre still good shout and huzza that Ingenuity atl(j Hrtlstlo skill challenges best ( ility. will douhtlcvs remain so. nud the rare sight of a comet which Tab. Djinish, brown, bleached and colored, all qualities. Also, could devise. the admiration of the most cliticRny Strouse & Urns' High inaj be discovered by tne naked The beautiful finish of the Napkin, white and colored. Ry 7 o'clock the procession, wl,l,h i IuloretItip Art tiloiiihijt e.pial to tho beat)1". ""J1 1 ha.v the best ami prcuiest of Jv 'sa " iv varments. To be bad "J rr' " - bu illa- der the command of Alex. A. Faris Ellison kjii '"'' nine nana Maltle Embrotlerics and Ribbons ever assortment this Handkerchiefs arcLaces, fullshown iu uiilirunu market, ami ' Ru O. John. as Chief Marshal, and W. only of IUI.TZKH vt SnAW. ccrued by Iho naked eye as a very 8011 and Alfred McDaniel as As. Democratic rooster, a triangle of ing tlnni very fast every day. corn sialks, and iu letters of gold, Next Thursday, Nov. 24th, is faint tlack of light. Tim astrouo Thanksgiving Day a day for re- mors Iimvo not yet announced iu sistnuts, was formed 011 Clinton "Montgomery Club, 1892," and on ! turning thanks to Almighty God what direction it ia moving or street, a splendid baud of music tho reverse side, "Win. Lindsay for the manifold blessings confer- what are its prospects as to iaf- - inspiriting everything, and the Ladles' Democratic Club, Hick red upon us. bility uinl brilliancy. Rut it Is cer Hrtillery, under Gus. Htiuziker, man, ivy." Tho banner was of Children's Lades nnd Children's Shoes of the. very best makes. satin, the trout white and tho re .Mark tho prediction, nil the tain unit mr a wcck or ten nays, booming one shot for each State School Shoes, with heels and spring heels as cheap as the cheapest. with beautiful gold verse kickers, seiitimeutatlittn and one or until the moon interferes, It carried by Cleveland and Steven fringe red. and standard. Woceii and Cotton Hosiery for Lulies and Children, of the best cord ideaed folks w ill tiy lo inuns Into will bo an interesting sight. knee, heel anil toe. Everything passed off without Irand.-- . Children's Iloe, double-kn- it one party during Cleveland' M Wo aro showing some at' son. procession started from tho least hitch, jar or disturbance, Reil llljukets and Comforts. The tractive styles iu new Diess Goods and was universally pronounced I wiuld call special utteulion to the ' -- A Hickman Republican BsysVur splendid values hi 0iV"" Clinton Street, moved east to a brilliant success. they wanted Rlatnc, and glvea that 'bcrK. Illuniinated herges, Kentucky, thence sonth to :j Caehn.iies, newest A CAKD PKOM CHIEF HAItSUAL. ns the reason of defeat. Well, EH". thence east to Wabiish, sonth I..I- .i.i....tiv ,r...,i.i ....... n.in.' eflects Iu Rlack goods &c, are to Editor ('iiurvr: Moulton, east to Allegheny, "ro, ,y,,r,,,p'1 wanted that .nighty bad, and didn't 8,,,".' .fttH!- - lm1 Permit me, through your col iiioi to no iiicmsc ivcs ine iiijuhiicv uorjli to Magnolia, east to Troy t tt of bming elsewhere before see' Avenue, south to Moscow Avenue, limns, to voice the sentiment of express Tax Assessor, Lum Carter, ii,,. iir display. thence . ennl 011 Moscow Avenue tho Hickman uinu and liberal ., our appreciation for the commenced uesday iiHsesning tliei 10.7 . t llAt.TZlIK .1 . Sil.iw a "y. wp .1, he, we rcL.cVPl, fr0(I1 MlaBlaalppI ns my lino of Fancy Flannel and Work Shirts, light and heavy oiMii sine,, m.ui county uiKler the now law, He weight Woolen Underwear, Woolen and Cotton Hosiery, Glpves, Rranch No.20 of the Catholic lo l'ourtl. .licet, south to Holly,, cou' T(J , M iIcmim'h tho people to wii imjiiii;i .v 0,,io 0Q t , 10 ,., y oIllllB of pullon' White Shirts Suspenders and Neckwear is more complete than ever. wet to Troy Avenue, north to "" ",m ", lli.it the law re.iniies etervthing' ,K," AIn, a full line of Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps of ail kinds. ' '"'.'"? "'-- "" "" Moscow Avenue, hence west to Wo And thai our neigh. iisNessed at full cash value ul a T ' ? The procession ,10B Mill lust., with I.i charier mem Court House. Do tot fail to sec my elegant line of ululor8,and tll0 voluntary sale. hers. The following oHIeers were hulle.l in front of the Court Railroads can never snpply elected: Rev. George A- Wcis, where Mr. It. T. Uyler In behalf memilllB of Democratic jubilee, , ,,, 8UCCC8H of 0lIr .Haplny ! tho place ol good wagon roads. spiritual Director, Tom Dillon. r., of thp in. Lindsay Ladies'.Dem- Wlg largely ,, , orJ. t0 ,heir and the levelojuieiit of a system President .1. M. Witting, V re ocraiio v.1110, imiiio me preseuia-tloMay they, der and enthusiasm. of good roads In any Stato will President; J. T. Dillon, Recording speech delivering the Demo- each and every one, live to enjoy 'ilium and heavy weight is unsur- of light, Mv imii imiiau uicany Secretary; Mrs. (Jlara Thomas, cratic banner to the Montgomery many such Democratic ratltica-tions- . passed line style and in Lome and sco them. Overcoats lit. uir that iho example would soon bo uancliil Secretary; Miss Mary He. Club, which was responded to by As to tho misunderstand A f.'.I ntu.ik ol followed bv other States. rendes Treasurer; .1. C. Witling, .Mr. Matt Adams, President of the ing with a fow about torches, I Sergeaut.at Arms; J. II. Ring- - club. .Mr. Tyler's speech was well will say, no man had any right, The Hickman Creamery com Mary Judge, delivored, sound, nud as pretty in 01 wnaiever 10 sen mom. liieueeil uusluohs eilnesilay A,,l .wood. Sentinel; Miss 3 .'inn Miiiu.it; mm .urn. uoi sentiment and word painting H;t,,em we ,a,l through tho conrlw is readily sold at tho butter made Irude Felho, Trustees. ,, inn uumi u wn oauneruo re- nf frlo1(U ,j , good prices. The mill; supply la Glassware, Hardware, Doors, Sash, Paints sented. It is to be regietted that ,,,. 0,, c Hinall, but increasing, and it is now w0 ,,,., pnllutue. ((, ,.'0,ur1 Queeware, stiuitly on hand, and will not bo underrfcoUl nnd Oil conmm, ..., I uio miiien, mull ilt. nil H. bolioved that tho enterprise will gel to neurit, tint the din or en requested mo to collect the torch Ik the first man iu Hick man to tc grow into a great success. Ihusiasin and blazo of which I agreed the Prof. Hicks, the groat wealhcr cognizo Hint high taxes Is about allowed that privilege to only a os after Anyparade, who bought a man to be knocked out, nud comes out fow. Mr. Adams' response was to do. prophet, predicted tho inclement boldly light, and gave it up, if ho will his prices down very weather of Inst week, and warned from 5 and puts cent, on his appropriate, spoken inn clear ootno to mo he will get his money to 10 per loud voice, and was applauded to the people to lookout for it. It buck. As to any who got angry stock of Goods. Thin Is Iho echo by all who came on schedule time. He it. The grand opportunity to get Wintei venerablu Democrats,joard R. Pow- on tho subject, I have nothing to, irj estimated thai tho ceine. much stoimy and disagree, R. B. say. As to thoso who bought, tonea of Loudon cover an aggre. Goods at n great reduction from ell and J. II. Dodils, assisted nlilo- weather for tilts month. - L? torches In good faith, and whoso gao area or 2,0(10 acres, the value former prices. Wo would nihiso were In ftril teller lo llic iniiiif'Oliirrn, our fi lends to take advantage of Iho Geo. Warren,bearing uccoided feelings may have been wounded of which is not less than !?10 000,. privilege of III., Mr. A W INMrhU', tho ban- at niiwhiug I said I am very sotry 000, Office over llickiuun lUnk. 2t j ''Ctjxiiilierluiii'itC'oiicli llrtnn.lr glpi this splendid oiler. ner as guards of honor. After the iniioeii, nun can assure mom HICKMAN, KY. llif lici tjiUUeiion n hiiv cuu;li pieseiitatinu speeches the proces-sioi- i theto was nothing personal intend I linilli, oii'l Cl.KVKI.ANI) AND STEYKNSON n rr! lor U'lll ('lend (ruiuilly lo nil builnfiw nil I New Advertisements. took up tho line of march go oil, ns I knew uouoof them. Hop I uioliI4-'UO'lirr prcpralloin In till' nutrkol rusted lo hlit cure. RAM.. The young ladles of Hick lug west from court house on Web lug and bollevlng iiiiiIIcIiih man olnsod'the, il lircua il In I that the Incnm Demoornlio cele. liugtnu tu Obion street, north 011 I r liimllril for Cotnili, C'oliln bratlou on Thursday night with a Obion to Exchange, thenco along lug administration will till to a nnmt . A. W. LINDSAY, "iiiii." For ilo ly 0. A, lhlconilv, grand Cleveland and .Stevenson Exchange to Carroll, east on Oar (JOHN! DrKlt. t-y-- a I ball, at City Hall, which was at- roll to Kentucky, north on Ken Tho Australian ballot system tended by tho elite of Yours respectfully, Hickman tucky to Clinton, and west on HICKMAN, KY. eeeins to answer the purpose for and all the surrounding commiiui AM'-x. A. Faiuh. 100,000 BUSHELS WANTED, which it was designed, and secur-o- ties, The hall was decorated with Clinton to Exchange, whoro the I "HI M5 )y tbe hijbesl mtrket prioo for Ollioe wllb II. 8. Murrell. procession disbanded, perfect secrecy of tho ballot. tasto and beauty, and under the Corn delivered at Iht lUllrosil dciot In I New Wrap3 Tho election of last week was splendid lights of chandeliers and The following young ladios rep llickmta, or unvwhrro on the river bnk Now Fall Wraps now on exhi- Ivtneen Mile)' nnd Ilia Slough l.n.l-In- ; probably as honest a oun as was Japanese lanterns shone I'jirllfs Indebted lo me, villi er by note resented tho Statos named: forth or it Mi.on'tf Bbuok't or lMJs' or jooonnt, nre reueted lo come forward over held, and whatever the result brilliantly. Baltxkii & Shaw'h. The pillars Mooter Walker Goddess of bition ut were Hlirlin for further iuforninllon. tee ouce nd settle, or Ibeir eUlnK will bo limy have been it cannot be said wreathed In evergreens, Liberty. W J. IIAIWIV. II 18 tf plnred In the bands of sn ot'ioer for tho voting system was at fault. and flowers, and the walls festoonMaud Morris Alabama. re Uotne at onoi on J thereby BoV- - Relore Insuring your life, ed with National colors, InterMatlie Holm Arkansas. wbt I ny. In this county, on tli IClti Intl., nt thv 1,H0,OOU NiMikeN U'liiilixl. coat. I IVITHNO. JOHN son E. It, Ei.MHON mid get his spersed with tho names of Clove Irono Furls Dolnwnro. renliltuc or Mr. W. II. W.uon, Mr. J. V. Cue million Hickory Spokes Sinllh nJ Mlta Jnile Wnlsoii. rates 011 tho new Distribution laud and Stevenson, nud to tho Allle Dndds-Flor- ldn. pntggj) wanted, to bo delivered p: (FnI th itep.dmiRliier of our Tha bride Policies now offered by the "Old front wero due life size portraits Meua Deist lebrink Georgia. the grounds ut the John W. be- of Mr. and Mra. Cleveland. wormy snu Miecmea iriena. w. n ivi. .Morns Spoke Factory, East Mutual." Iu event of death, Mary Holm Kentucky. The fore the expiration of twenty Courier goes to presa ton enrly to Hattlu Rro wii Louisiana. which Iho '" a'l for W,U b m,,, highest XO spoe to name ll rtltre. but an years, all premiums returned make a proper report of chin joy. Lizzie Gardnor Marjknd. ',ri '" ,,,, IX trouble to show Roods, pr.u. of ninniK .. Wlr . t with the face value of the ous oocaslon, but will probably do Nellie Rogers Texas. pretty Huiung the iimuj vguuf hjie of l'or fUfHer Information apply to Co me and see, at the eorirr of Troy m ........ & TVLKK. policy. 00 next wook. Ella Huguu Mississippi. l'ullou couuly .ujacuiv Atcuuo, tuckiuPQ, Ky triin-died Tim wilier arc telllnjr of many novel miners lout ntiil hnlnj; ptld on the election. Tho het demon, atrnto that iiihii.v foola yet live Marching I Torchlight Procession! Brilliant Fireworks! ! a I Ili e I Hick-lim- LOCAL NEWS. H. BUCHANAN'S - 1 ,,,, torch-lights- a I NOTKS. Wool Rolls (Shepherd's) per lb. 45c. The floats were beautiful Ill (lo UiiBUouretl Yarn, lull weight, per lb. COc. sltru and decoration. Fiuo S.;xuuy Yarn, all colors, per hank, 5c. Thomas' Hand wagon was a Qood Carpel Warp, nil colors. 20c. beauty, and tho boja never playHumboldt JeuuB, 33u ed better. Henrj S.trlpe Shirting. 8Jo. (Snccessor to POWELL & BRO.,) Three floats were occupied by Women's Calf Hnttou Shoes (solid) Qoc. youm; Indiea, dressed iu the emWomen's Grain liuttou Shoes (solid) 1.2.'. ML C? 'ML JIl. 3W blems of their count iv, i,ud each Moil's good, stronu Roots, 1.70 teprt'Hentiug a Dcinnurntlc Stnte. Having bought the Grocery Stock of Powell & Rro., will continue tho rjnderwear. suit (shht and drnwers). The limit of Hertwuck, Utilizer Men' l SI.0II old stand, nud announces lo tho pub business at thul & Co., rcprcHcutiuf; inecliiiuicMl " 1.50 Menls fancy wool Underwear, stilt " lie that he is making large additions to the stuck, ami will ' ' " with Niulths at the anvil Mciitialuial wool " 1.50 keep any and everything iu the anil men making wagon wheels, i Double width Tiicol Dress Goods, (ail wool), 270 was a great Hitraciiou. . i The funeral car of tho Republi Yoa will quickly seu that it is to your interest to patronize ns. &i can pitrty, drupe (I In black, with drawn sit mournful Line. Further announcement through the Courier will be nude na by oxen lo slow time, followed by new goods arrive. tolling bell icceivcd respectful a salnto all along the line. i. The amusing fealuro was the character of a colored woman on with tho transparency, I ''Who setl Uat I'd a Diuiocratl" The transparency painted bv KOtl SALE BV Mr. T. J. Kirkpatrick with CleveIl ueter bolls oier. land's portrait on one side nud a No tlexm Ar odor can escape Democratic rooster on the revorso 11 illlO tll 10031. always brought the boys ton shout. night was The npplauso of tho Food ctnnol icoreb. HICKMAN, KEKT0CKY. given to the Obion club nud their i liken banner with a wild cat on up In 3 minutes. one side and tho portrait of Gov. All the nnlrimrnt, rlehn(i 1'tte Tumey on the other. Call and K it. nnd Unfit of tlie fooJ it The haiiuer of the Missouri clnb lelxlueil. Il' jml lie thing you vrunt, was surmounted by real deer horns, and carried by a staunch IIIKl not lo say that tlio selection is the best ever pros- NeeJs u watching. And you ought, t) Lave 111 colored Democrat. shall ofTcr these goods at the very lowest llllCCI it this market. One of the joyous events of tlio price and will make special effort to s.itkly all my customers iu '( jubilee was tho notnal marriage of Quality, Style and 1'rico ! happy young couple wlulnt the P'T.ide' and were in the 3 LTlic uUcutiun of the Ladies ia especially called to my 'I" ,,,c,r C5 of tho happy contracting parlies Red Flannel, 15c. Gray Twilled Flannel, 15c Cliler; J. OFFIOEBS J. J. 0. WJNIifJRANT, N. BEADLEK, Jr., :?t R. L. AT Vlee-PrfflJi- Atiiltiit-Ctililiir- . Aa 011 , -- i JJC well-know- n p.tll-bearer- St<SB. & SHAW, QBSTBHE! &OQBB.. cv, mule-bac- The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker il I SAV3 DECEIVED M? uu 1 Su-kis- mw Fall aad Winter Stock 3 1 1 I '',h lire-work- s "'"'' '""' RESS G&&BS, o o M ro flre-work- 2." m CO , ,,. 9 1 n O O J IP"- WTIbW aBBBABnBBBW rl I - nn-la- l. lailnr-iiiadt- i ''""' J't -- 1""" 4 S2S o . . - 00 - a e V 73 CT5 SOOEilS . mikivs a o tt w Q 3 r T"3 a OO - ht Cnr-rol- l, FrnXlSlIING GOODS PARTMENT, DE- Ymm & Bro., IN Don't Yon Forget II ! T HAT DEALERS Mm Wittiag JLuol"" tlio Hi-- t ! I . tt. , "r""' 5 ia "'A""'". v low,' n m - J . Men aiul Children's Clothing GRGCKKiESS I'lMIIUl To GROCERIES IN HIOKM AS7Y HIM A 1U Staplq and Taney AHHOl'll.ll-Il- t l FRUITS, &c. E"t HICKMAN, KY. Good OlVIJ delivered lo any pari TltlALI "I '"''y li Clinton St., 1st Don of Laclede Hole!, MAURUS KBERLE, , 1 - ri JPAJfOY GROCERIES ! Dr. L. OTLiY PINDAR, EUop HICKMAN, first-clasfirit-eU- K. la Lnclede block. Imt nrt'd 1 - PHTCWIAWMD 8UBGE0N, HICKMAN, Rel ler.eeanlcfS't man's oliicii. s BUGHAItfAN I , KENTUCKY. edjoluiog anlesd. TrlmroiofS, artWHo Cull la, vrorkaien. Satlafr.uion hut 4 l.V'l'.' i4, (lie-work- s I H o. AMHSBG. Attorney at Judr Klnf;. !J.!!5 'Ji! A. 2T. OLIVER, KENTUCKY. when yon want - mm iiuuiii K. HICKMAN, Centrally located. t:n!5i)r fore-cast- s 11 T. DAVIS, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, )o( THIAI, ituor Convenient to Uui Lauding. - by-M- w, Iu-- lteguhuly. Kvory A' tuition given to Gomlorl of (inputs. 1). II. I1KYANT, Ti-op'r- . ta Call rjl Mtll.-Mill- 11-- 1 1 l. nicll-leli- 1 it fT vTioo, 1 IVB Mil Ac A IJIjck.iniihiiij,- uIko ktfp done, or repair on ifnrrt'itlioelng uddly. full line or DR. S.K. DAVIDSON, niCKMAN, In- - U-- l an-- ,,.,,,, r.r. .our ,.. .,,.,,,, Attorno a w, s Cominiiii, llocw mJ, aud Solid I'.l.ick Will which enn be filled nut Collins nnd up on short notice, anJ at me a call. nrlce. Shop near ibe Jail, majrW.?.') Undortakor'a ttfr '', (ie L'Ki:iC.i, Ooodc, ZOritisrs:, &-- KFNTCC'KV CowgiH's 1 Oflloe ovor Cowglll Fall Take Notice! Dii-ii- m m IMTTSUUnO, Drug Store. ooaKi! rjickman ftjarble Vorks, KY. Hi sea-mos- s IAItltilT. ! JUUKMAN", n. K l.a iir C. RAMACJK, niAKa in n if wTd'i est lb"i Family Groceries. I ILLINOIS IV V, und 4NTJIRACITE, In any ipianillle dtnlred. Italian ani Amkuic monu.mkntb, tomb STONUS. ami- ukav M.hdi. ioa T"' I T'T PARIS & FARKER, uxokmam, : AVINO In slock, a tie. ' Ic.iu and llallun Mai !'. p,v red lo ftll ull orders. Call io front lbs .r am r- aaalae) Amtr-- L 5:0-1)- 2 and tan : : Order KUNTUUKY1 tttUO. couulry pieaialH J 1" ) . u. rr, nnd tho wlm. a'e ileiler wants his money nnd he rushes tipot the retailer, nnd tho retailer w ants nis money nnu m rushes upon tho consumer, ami wo all When tho Idol Shakos Itself tho Wholo go down together. World Trembles. There Is many n man in this day who rides In a carriage nnd owes tho blackThp Veil nnil flyrntlniii in Mock mill smith for tho tire, and the wheelwright Money lltclmngo Not ITnltkfi thr (! for tho wheel, and the trimmer for tho calf. tlculntlima of llriitlirna Srrmoti Solomon offered In one sacrifice, on curtain, nnd tho drher for unpaid by lUt.T. DeWUtTuliiingr, l).l. 000 wages, nnd tho harness maker for the ono occasion, 22,000 oxen ami Rhccp. Hut thnt was a tame sacrlflee bridle, and tho furrier for tho robe, The subject of discourse chosen by of men while from tho tip of tho carriage U Her. Dr. Talinngo for his first sermon compared with tho multitu who are t.acrlflctno' iho uelre oil tongue clear back to the tip of tho -niier me luiiiuiiiu cireiiun nMuiioin shawl fluttering out of the back of the i. "r "f tm? " ,, cullnrly appropriate to the moneyinaU- vehicle everything is paid for by notes thcll 'nllles inK spirit of the time. It was "Tho S?.e',fl,f, that hao been three times renew eil. " "W,1c.r (loldcn Calf." tho text selected being I It is this temptation to borrow, nnd d ; Exodus 35:30. "And he took tho calf I ' txirrow.and borrow that keeps the peo-pl- o '?, which they had made and burnt It In eerlastlngly praying to the golden amen nnil tho fire, end ground It to pow der and '?"?' where two hunUn-calf for help, and just at tho minute .. ''' trWod It upon the water and made they expect tho help tho golden calf b' .," tho children of Israel drlnU of It." treads on them, Tho judinentn of (1ml, lVoplo will have a Cod of some kind, ' "' ""- ?".,"".. ",''".V5 u'.w. (lows to L'Irdle. ilowsiotli' shoal like Moses In the text, will rush In and ono of their on n mak- der, (lows and they prefer to tho lip. Ori.it iiod of break up this worship; and I say, let ing. Hero come tho Israelites, break Heaven ' tho work go on until every man shall rlnps, tho men golden nnd earth have men i Tho learn to speak truth with his nelghlmr, liif off their polden ear calf has none. as well ns tho women, for in those Mill tho degrading xvorsi.ip j.'00 OB nnd those who shall make engagements kes-times there were masculine ns well as and tho devotees kneel un iis tl' shall feel themselves bound to feminine decorations. dust, and couut their golden beiuK and them, and when a niau who will not Where did they pet these beautiful cross thcmsoheswlth tlulr repent of his business Iniquity, but coming up ns they did own sacrifice. The tho blood oitinder goes on w Uhlng to satiate his eannlb.il pold music nil n from tho desert? Oh, they "borrowed" tho arches; It Is made of clinking silver appetite by devouring widows' houses, them of the Egyptians when they left and clinking gold, and tw rattling shall, by the lawof tholiind, bo compells arc piled up specie of tho banks l'gypt. These nnd bruners' shops ed to exchange his mansion for Mug into a pyramid of glittering beauty. nnd tho voices of nil the exchanges. Sing. Let the golden calf perish. s to bring?" says Tho soprano "Any more Hut, my frieuds If we haxe made this of tho worship is carried Aaron. None. Vlreii kindled; tho ear- by the timid voices of men who have world oar god, when wo come to dlo we aro melted and poured Into n just begun to speculate; xxhla the deep will see our Idol demolished. rings How mold, not of an eagle or war charger, bass rolls out from those who for ten j much of this world are you going to gold cools oil; tho years but of a calf, the of iniquity liavo teen doubly tako with you Into the next? Will you mold Is taken away, and tho Idol Is set damned. Chorus of voices rejoicing have two pockets ono in each side of Is built In upon Its four legs. An altar over what they havo made Chorus of your shroud? Will you cushion your front of the shining calf. Then the peo- voices walling over what they havo colllnwlth bonds nnd mortgages nnd ple threw up their arms nnd gyrate, nnd lost certificates of stock? Ah! no. Tho t shriek, and dnnco mightily, nnd worthat crosses this Jordan This temple of which 1,,'ak stands ferry-boship. Moses lias been six weeks on Mt open day and night, nniLtrero Is tho takes no baggage nothing heavier than ShiaL nnd ho comes back nnd ho hears glittering god, with lijfriur feet on a spirit. You may, perhaps take .00 tho nowi ng, unci sees tho dancing ui brokcn ,renr, mj lCro fixhfm(Allog with you two or three miles in tho , ,.. theso irolden calf fanatics, and ho loses ! ... shape of funeral, trappings, to Green, . , IIIIMllUi SiltriWLl , .1 jus paiicncc",nnii iiuiaKw iuu tuiMiiiv. ment 011 It. and there IHHi.l.lJj l"ir wood, but you will have to leavo them are th0 kneuitnc of stone on which were written tho Ten devotees; and tho of tho wor- there. It would not bo safe for you to Commandments nnd flings them so hard ship rolls on, while Death stands !e down there with a gold wntch or a ngalnst n rock that they split all to with moldy and skeleton arm, beating diamond ring; it would bo a temptaplectc When a man gets mad he is time for tho chorus' Morel more! tion to the pillagers. very apt to break all the Ten Command-inent- morel" Ah, my friends! If ve havo made this . Moses rushes in and he takes Some people are xery much snrprlscd world our God, w hen w e die we x 111 see and throws It Into a hot at the actions of folk on 'ho this calf-goour Idol ground to pieces by out; pillow, fire, until it Is melted all out of shape, Indeed, it is n scene sometimes and wo will have to drink it in Wtter nnd then pulverizes It not by the moddescription, nnd is be- regrets for the w asted opportunities of c acid, that paralyzes ern appliance of yond the imagination of any one who a llfet me. Soon we will bo gone. O! by the ancient appliance of niter or has never looked in. but this Is a fleeting world, it is a dying tile, lie makes for by the of finger and thnmb world. A man who had worshiped it What nauseating draught. nnd wildsnapping the people a most in his dying moment degesticulatm nnd rnviugliko all his Ho takes this puh crized go.den calf hyenas and stamping IIKebutTalos, and scribed himself when ho said: "Fool! nnd throws it in tho only brook which swaying to and fro, and running ono fool! fool!" Is accessible, and the people arc com- upon another, and deafening uproar I want jou to change temples and to pelled to drink of that brook or not until tho president of tho exchange give up the worship of this unsatisfydrink at all. Hut they did not drink nil strikes with his mallet four or fivo ing and crue. God for tho service of the tho glittering stuff thrown on the sur- times, crvinc, "Order' crdcrl1 ami the Lord Jesus Christ. Hero Is tho gold face. Soino of it flows on down the astonished spectator goes out into tho that will never crumble. Here' are surfaco of tho brook to the river, nnd fresh air feeling that he has escaped securities that will never fall. Here are then flows on down the river to tho ica, from pandemonium. hat does It all banks that will never break. Here is nnd tho sea takes It up nnd benrs It to mean? I will tell you w it It means. an altar on which there has been one the mouth of all tho rivers, nnd when The devotees of ex cry heathen tcmplo sacrifice once for all. tho tides set back tho remains of this cut themselves to pieces and yell and Here is a God who will comfort you golden calf are carried Into tho Hudson gyrate. This vociferation and gyration xxhen you are in trouble, and save you nnd tho Hast river, and tho Thames of tho Is all appropriate. w hen ypu die. When your parents havo nnd the Clyde and tho Tiber, and men This is the worship of the golden cnlf. breathed their last, nnd the old, go out and they skim the glittering Hut my text suggests that this wor- wrinked and trembling hands can no bring it ashore and ship must bo broken up, as the behavior more le put upon yourdiead for a blesssurface, and they they make another golden calf, nnd of Moses In my text Indicated. There ing. He w 111 be to you father and mother California and Australia break oil their arc those who say that this golden calf both, giving you tho defense of tho golden earrings to augment tho pile, spoken of in my text was hollow, nnd ono and tho of tho comfort nnd in the fires of financial excitement mnp.kltr nlnliul i h IT. it otherwise, other; and when your children go away , kv .1 11 .1 imnitj I'nikvu nnu sinipgie an wiesc unaware mt ucu Ulov say ho couW not have carried JL from you, the sweet darlings you will togcuicramiwuHo we an.. U do Ue forever. know that; but somehow, per not kiss them good-by- e and xvonderlng what will come of it, haps nol the assistance cf his friends only wants to hold them for you a by lol wc And that the golden calf of ho takes up this golden calf, which is little while. He will give them back worship has become the golden an open Insult to God and man, nnd to you again, and Ho w ill havo them all calf of European nnd American wor- throws it into the fire, and it is melted, waiting for you at the gates of eternal ship. and then It comes out nnJ s cooled otT, welcome. Oh, what a God Ho Is! I shall describe to you tho god spoken He will allow you to como so close and by some chemical appliance, or by of in tho text, his temple, his altar of an file, it .s pulverized, this morning tlntyoucanputyourarms sacrlfipe, the music that is made in his and it is throw n into the brook, nnd ns around His neck, while He In response temple, nnd then tho final breaking up a punishment the people are compelled will put His arms around your neck, of the whole congregation of idolaters to drink the nauseating stuff. and all the x indow s of Heaven will bo aside this curtain, and you see I'ut So, my hearers, you max depend upon hoisted to let the redeemed look out tho golden calf of modern Idolatry. It and seo the spectacle of n rejoicing fathmade out of it that God will burn and He will grind er nnd returned prodigal locked in glorIs not like other idols, to pieces the golden calf of modern stocks or stone, but it has an ear so idolatry, and Ho will compel Quit worshiping tho tie people ious embrace. scnsltlvo that it can hear tho w hlspcrs in their agony to drink it. It sot before. golden calf, and bow this dny before on Wall street and Third street aiid the last day I know Him in whose presenco wo must nil State street, nnd tho footfalls in the it will lie so onfire will begin, whether when tho world has turned to not where the Hank of Kngland, and the flutter of a at the "Uattery" or Central park, nshes and scorched parchment of tho 1'renchman's heart on the bourse. It has skv shall be rolled together like nn his Hush-an eye so keen that It can see tho rust on whether at llrooklynlrldgcorat London, toric scroll. the farm of Michigan wheat nnd the orick, whether at Shorcilitch, very West End; but it will bo.u hot insect in the Maryland peach orchard, THE LONGEST SWIM. and tho trampled grain under tho hoof blaze All tho government securities A Steady Tull of Si'trntcflii M on h of the United States nnd Great liritain .. of the Uiissian war charger. Chilly OrlohiT Hi mine first blast All the It is so mighty that it swiugsany will curl up in thedepositing vaults will The longest swim ever made without way it will the world's shipping. It money safes and The sea the nld of artitleial help, such as life has its foot on all tho merchantmen melt under tho first touch. tlie ship- preservers, life suits, etc, was made by and the steamers. It stmted the Ameri- will burn like tinder, nnd Samuel Ilrock, a Yarmouth (Kng ) can civil war, nnd under God stopped ping will bo abandoned forever. The beachman, on tho night of October 14, melted gold In the broker's v indow and it decided the it. 1635. On the afternoon of the 14th intontest. One broker In September, 1NJ9, w ill bnrst through tho meito Hrock had noticed n ship at sea signalNew York, bhouted: "One hundred dow glass and Into the street; but tho ing for a pilot lie, In company with in flying population will not stop to scoop nnd sixty for a million!" nnd the whole frm fie nine other seamen, started for the vescontinent shivered. Tho golden calf of it up. Tho cry of 'Tiro" bj thceiy sel in tho yawl Increase. At 4 o'clock mountain will bo nnswered the text has Its right front foot In Xew of "Kire" in the plain. The coitl.igra-tlo- n they came up nlongsldo the ship, which York, Its left front foot in Chicago, its will burn out from the continent proved to lie the Spanish brig l'aqtiettc right back foot in Charleston, its left de HUboa. A pilot and three bcaehmen back foot In Xew Orleans nnd when It toward tho sea, nnd then burn In from were put on board and the Increase then bhnkis Itself It shakes tho world. Oh! the sea toward tho land. New York headed for shore, which was twehe tills is a mighty god the golden calf and London with oae cut ofgo the red miles distant. At C:r,o o'clock, when down. scytho of destruction will of the world's worship. e thousand miles of confla tho nearest land was still six miles olf, Hut every god must have Its temple, Twenty-fivund drowned a squall sunk and this golden calf of the text Is no gration! Tho earth will wrap itself all on board tho Increase except Ilrock. 1'roin the exception. Its temple Is vaster than St. round and round in flame, nnd no down way that flood tide was beating off Haul's, of the English, and St. I'etcr's, to perish. What then will b.oin? of It soon became evident to man of tho Italians, and the Alhambrn, of your golden cnlf? Who then so pour ns shore water thnt if he ever did tho manage the in tho the Spaniards, nnd tho I'nrthcnon, of to worship it? Melted, or between fall- to reach tho land alho he would have tho Greeks nnd tho Taj Mahal, of the upper and the nether tnlllstonu of to swim about fifteen miles in a roundHindoos, and all tho other cathedrals ing mountains ground to powder. swell sea drovo him out put together. Its pillars arc grooved, Uagon down, Moloch down. Jugger- about way. A ridge before over Crosvsand the 0 o'clock und fluted with gold, nnd its ribbed naut down, Golden calf down Hut. my friends every dny is a day of bell tolled at M. Nicholas' Gate, and It nro hovering gold, nnd its arches was 11 long two hours nnd n half later aro descending gold, and its judgment, and God is all tho timo floors are tosselated gold, and its vaults grinding to pieces the golden calf before the nearly exhausted swimmer and light arc crowded heaps of gold, and its Merchants of Urooklyn, New York and caught sight of tho bellnow nearly buoys midIt ipires and domes aru soaring gold, and London, xvhat is tho characteristic of themselves. Hrock was been in had tho chilly its organ pipes are sounding gold, nnd this timo in which we live? "iluil you night and its pedals aru tramping gold, nnd its fay. l'rofessional men, xvhat is the water about ilvo hours. Within the stops pulled out aro flaslilng gold, while characteristic of tho times in which next hour he sighted a vessel at anch r, standing at tho head of tho temple, as we live? "Had," you say.' Though I and by all almost superhuman effort tho presiding deity, aro the hoofs nnd should be in a mtnoritx of one, mamgul to get within about two hunshoulders and eyes and cars and nos- I venture tho opinion that these are dred yards, when he hailed the lookout, tho best times we havo had for tho A boat xx as immediately lowered nnd trils of the calf of gold. taken Further, every god must havo not on- reason that God Is teaching the world, thu vessel proved man bo tho on board. Hetsy of The to ly its temple, but its altar of sacrifice, as never before, thnt and this golden calf of tho text is no honesty Is tho only thlngthat will Sunderlund and her place hof anchorage miles exception. Its altar is not made out of stand. Wo havo lenrneil, as nover nbout sixteen and before, that forgeries will not pay; from where tho Incrcaso capsized stone, ns other altars, but out of counting-room desks and safes, und that tho bpcndlng of twwovi .on coun- Thus it was proven that Hrock had distance nearly ,lt Is a broad, n long, a high altar. The try seats nnd u palatlaljity residence, mado the rcmarhabloseven undof n half seventeen victims sacrificed on It aro Innumera when there nro only c.iiil(n,jcoiue,xvlu hours on miles In Ojtobcr that chilly night. St. ble. What does this god caro about tho not pay; thut tho nppropri.Slou of trust Louis ltepublic. groans and struggles of tho victims funds to their own pritatojspeculation Tim Mount XXualiliigton Light. before it? With cold, motalllo eye it will not pay. Wo had n prut national looks on and yet lets them suffer. tumor, in tho shapo of fi'iitlous prosThe top of ti mountain ,:i30 feet Wo called It national enlargeDili Heaven nnd earth, what an altar! perity. nbovo sea level seoms at first sight a what a sacritlco of body, mind nnd ment; Instead of calling it enlargement curious location nt which to install nn have called it a swelling. It electrio searcli light, nnd It will bo adTho physical health of a great oul! multitude) is flung on tho sacrl-llcl- has been u tumor, and God Is cutting it mitted that few men would ever havo altar. They enn not sleep, and out has cut it out and tha nation will conceived tho idea of making the c.x they tako chloral nnd morphlno and in- get well and como back to tho princi- pcrhnent io Mr. L. 11, Hogers must toxicants Soma of them strugglo in a ples of our fathers and grandfathers, be attributed tho honor of first suggest nightmare of stocks, and at 1 o'clock in when twice three made six instead of ing that n search light would be an attho morning suddenly rise up shouting; sixty, und when tho apples at tho bot- traction on the top of Mount Washingtom of tho barrel xero just as good as ton, nnd that it could bo operated suc"A thousand shares of railroad stock one hundred and eight und half I take tho apples on tho top of tint barrel, and cessfully. Mount Washington, ns Is it!" until the wholo family Is affrighted, a silk handkerchief was not half cot- well known, is tho highest mountain In nnd the speculators fall back on their ton, und a man who wore a the states east of the Koekics and north pillows and sleep until thoy are uwak-ene- d coat paid for was moru honored than a of the Carollnas, and belongs to tho r coat not White Mountain rango In New Hampagain by a "corner" or 11 sudden man who wore a "riso" in something else. Their nerves paid for. shire. Largo numbers of peoplo visit Tho golden calf of our days, like the theso mountains every summer, nnd gone, their digestion gone, their brain gone, they die. Tho clergyman euines one of tho text, Isiery apt to bo made beautiful little towns nnd lnrgo hotels in nnd reads the funeral service: out of borrowed gold, These Israelites ncstlo In the surrounding valleys- "Messed aro tho dead who dlo in the of tho text borrowed Urn earrings of Sclentli.c American. Lord." Mistake. They did not "die the Egyptians and then melted thern How a , ankco Answers u Question. in tho Lord;" the golden calf kicked into 11 god. That is the way the golden calf is made nowadays, ,V great many -- Housewife fto tramp) Do you want thetnl Tho trouble Is, when men sacrifice housekeepers, not paying for tho arti- something to eat? Yunkco Dick, the themselves on this altar suggested In cles they get, borrow of tho grocer, nnd I'over (with in apprehensive glance tho wood pile.) Havo you any tho text, they not only sacrifice them tho baker, and tho butcher nnd tho dry (kkIs seller. Then the retailer bor- - wood to saw? Yankee Hl.ide. iclves, but thoy ,acriflcu their families If a man by nn 111 course Is determined own of tho whulesale dealer. Then l'ruyn I wonder xvhon tho t'10 wholesale dealer borrows of the I suppose you will have to let him go .lpltallst, and wo Iwrow, nnd borrow, idea of marrying it mull oiixliialed?" but ho puts his wife nnd children in ni About tho timo Miss Vernon (wvarlly) equipage thnt Is tho amn7cmunt of tin md bonow until the community Is those liibs were Instnitcd, I'm sure Once- into tv,o cluss.es, avenues, and the driver lashes tin Week. ho borrow and those who are hunt's into two whllwIndK, and tli -- Nothing kcips n stingy man fiom tpokes flush In the sun, and the gnhlei borrowed of, and after a whili money, stealing but head-gea- r of tho thing. of the harness glenms nut. thu capitalist wants his lllack Calamity takes the bits of the and ho rushes upau the wholesale deal- - Hum's Horn. St THE GOLDEN CALF. horses nnd stops thorn, ami shout to the luxurious occupant, of tho nffo: "Got oull" They pet out. '1 luV (fet down. That husband nnd father Huntf his family 3o hard thev ncrcr 10 1 up npaln. There xvns the mark on them for life tho mark of n pl ' hoof tho death-dealinhoof of the golden g ' I ! '''., .! ?' "ta "'Mf',,,," I h,' ,t?" ""? ' '"'"': ln '"' 1 I Few persons realize how slnnc v.1. worked Its way Into our lnngurge, pj1(, xxords "bosh," "gibberish," nnd "ba4,. boo.lu" hno almost n recognized j,:Jl In our vocabulary, while "sturdon-- J prlon), "ehlvo'' (a shout) nnd "eoiitti' (11 sovereign), xxhlohwero broughtltiit the same timo by Persian and Dnnidij in seem most, naruarous c.xpr(i. gypsies, sions This Is only another e.xamploTf the Influence that may be expect iv tho whim of n few. Ills the same soril" n whim thnt dropped the words " "flabbergast," "gab," etc., fMni elegant words and relegated them to the realms of slang. Theso words strange nppearanco Uvday, and yt they can bo found In tho xery bcstt,,. pany among tho most careful old Enp. glisli writers. Tho rule works Lith y waxs Whnt Is slang may be thoroughly proper nndvi'i-ersa. St Louts i 1 "palll-vnnt,11 New tVoritt lii Our l.nuKUHEP. llrrnlui'p, ihtUdC Cook.of Chlengo, tha widely litKnown publisher of Sunday-schoo- l erature, WU horn In East Worcester, I O. QOOK. VnlilUhrr or Sunday The TloOffr DAVID ftJEJ&s ill I B UnLAfDALM t I nnrh..CATAWRH HK3tLY'TH hail rufditn io IUpUi TSsRnl New orU, i'l 18S0, n Methodist minister, and from n child n member of tho church and .Sunday-scluMl- l. Ho began working in the in Chi ixngo son of K. S. Cook, JlMrt wr gnat irfM injiiotoiie im tcai tnien thnugh. MU ,0W a 1 htatt art irrll Ti I K 10 to-da- Globe-Democr- chiuibnko over on the l'oor thing! How the clams must bo tortured to make' thoiit ) screech like that! Jsho I TIkiid I'pl That's xvhat should bodonowith tlioVtO-newhen tluw Rruwsleepj. Ihelrtmi. tlon pnxHsles tlulr dlsoaso That cartu diuretic, Hostelter'sStomach Hitters, fX, eactly tho light Impetus when thrr bvr come sluggish It and keep out o per. for jou nro It" ir your kldcox ilon t act. 1 his mcdlcnc Is also inliiptoj'if malarial nnd rheumatic utliiients, Wuul,! leor and irregularity of bowels, lircricbo stomach. AVnKe s She Guess Island. V Its tho hat Is that nw ful noise? jt,, ear-ring- enr-rlng- ear-ring- le rii 1 Tnritn nro sonio pooplosa morally ro', MUuted t lilt tliev woulil use .1 tun ton m of repi oof to LIU a tparrow of w ickedniiv 1 uric , I.tXT sVlfy-l- f ClwH THE MARKETS. Paul- ,, 1 A ... !.' ,.i,. ,. ..,. SHK.KI'-K- wn I.AMll--Huuhe- tmuticra HCX;so.MHimm clyod lutcUt rs .. - CumiliMiM HI .. ...... i ... . I CIXCtslATI. Nov.;VT SX 11 1 nt tho age of seventeen, teaching ill his own church I'lUliC, cook, sithool anil nt tho me time lit one, nnd much of the time in x mission schools meeting nt differ-- e ' t hours. In 1871, nftertho great lire, ho left I' ue and xl th throe othtr tiling men, whom ho porsunded to join him, rented rooms In ouo of the inxuvstiuul rough-1- st parts of thu Imrtit district of North ,cngu, nnd gnvo himself to relief nnd n. sslon w oik. Hero he Mnrtod "Hr- In iv German beer 0 body's Mission," m'l nnd theater, aftcrwiwds removed to This mission, ,t building of Its own. w ah nn attendance of .it (l to 40, made pi'f some of tho xwirst; elements, he s istalncsl for fivo years xxtthout tliiau- ial aid frooi any church or society. lie has since organised and superintended North Axe nun Mission, Lake View and Lake View I'liion Schools In g iKu.igo, nnd Grace tfumhiy School, several smaller enterprises. in, His first publications were prepared cijly for his own schools; then, to cheapen expense, ho solicited orders from others. This wns thu beginning of n wonderful growth and popularity, which. In sixteen years, has mado his. name a household xxxird. c 1 1 Mis-sio- ii, L"l-- iniil,ifinil(, Mf f. C .?, .VcVil. A'trv, .lii. bMlttof t:iu, GMjMi y II i&ff'ft'.'HEffl lRytvKsKl!ll p.f I lih'"fiui!. T !S?. M)iilntwhl3Mlii!l Iron, nii burn olf. I tliMnil.lnliirl Slot It BnlUnt,0lof.l TliltlilnBnn rumumtr ttf i lor nulla I Vu,l)uratii,tndlh wimtvery purcrm. I or U m HaPsYaF J tho method ntul rcsul'a when of I'lga Is taken; it U plenMint nnd refreshing to tho tnsto, nnd nets nently yet promptly on tho Kidnoyn, Liver nnd IJoiycK clonuses tho n By tup njs-ter- ONE lSlVXOY'A Both cfl'cctunlly, 101? Xv.TSji.VIj'. Unlike the Dutch Process J Tl only remedy f hti kind over proreakfastCocoiL duced, to tho tnsto nnd acceptable to tho stomnch, prompt in irh(ch '(m nbintuttty its action nnd truly iHiicfitrinl in its pur nmf 0vtubtft bij 111 ll 3Htnorthanthrtlma ellccts, prepared onlr from tho most I M trenjt ut Ckna ttilsthl healthy nnd n?rce!tMo mili'tnticcs, its lutth Htarcbs Arn.wroot or ... wHltm.r. Alkil ons"" iiinrn frtw " l far excellent qunlitiea commend it mmiv ik'iuicai, rntitnijr.T"i. tess Afin etnt a run. to nil nnd hnve mndo It tlio most ll l dflkJoufs iHMUlihlbj;, aiiU tillLr populnr remedr knuwn. Soli bjrltrvrrr ftrrjwhfi. feyrup of Fijrs is for snlo in COo W. BAKER & CO.,Dorchestcr, Mom nnd 81 lmttles ly nil lending drug-RistAny rcluililo dtupgict who Off WWI mny not hnvo it on lmiu will pro-eurrrblUC( it promtitly for tiny ono xtho . sVmBIIVIM I VII M iinrf. iulur..lbiHi)ki. hvflMiorf' vumi niihhi, il.mulii(v.,lllW..HJitl,N V wishes to try it. Do not acccjit wiy Bui. Umvmt- rrulwtituto. Cu CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. M pic-win, cohlg, s nnd fevers nnd cures hnh'itunl constijintion. Sy.'iip of Figs is tho head-nehe- diptla 1 wroV CI No Alkalies Olhor Clumik'uls sr ntfd In ths propatstlon of on W. IJAKEUJfeCO.'S W m i I f MOTHER and CHILD. My wlfo.nftnr linvlniriisod Mother' Prlen J, passed thrniiRh tlio onlcnl with llttlo pnln, r:it iitronKer In one hour tuau lit a week nftur ttin birth of her formor ohlUI. J, J McOouiiiirK, Ueniis Btiu, Tcnn. I LESSENS to LIFE PAIN-INS- URES SAFETY SiL" -. , rinlhcr's rrlfnil roiilT.1 pain 01 n irrror ntul Imnriu'il Uhor. 1 luia Iha lulthUt itilht lairruw. C .It rntVr...ii,iiuii, 0. s i4ef ,l yir, i rtCQULATOn CO.. lit, i. OHADI'ICLO Mm. I I. M Anrmc, Cochmn, ( k.if-- Ml-tl- m i 11 MMNlt PtlllN AtucMA. ua. o Rflrfiftlrl To Af WlJ(t. 111 'M fcotf V Lc -j lr-li- r. PAPER GUTTER res Sick Headache rrfcfct- 30n MULiin. A SECOND-HAN- S dox-olojy- ... l aS .. i 3.X Ml . . rUlflt-Whiirrfsmlly UllAlNlM.-ul-.S'o.rev- cVrn-N- NcvSrcl "o, Itjp-Nt-v5 s. Outs HAY TOIIACCO-Mwlt- J mtitst mlinl . . ... .. . ., :10 I '.i tl Sic n an (t 8 4 ftl tsn ' j "sJTHtHrlsnlwnxs room at tho tow." but ft had belter carry up w It li you big n' 11 bui-kot- tovii!iu,nr, 3 fXAHOUCO, III vlctuals-tinliesl- on Nows. FIT? (I Cr 1, .nr .lli.lbnnr.il. Ulrr.. mi. 111 i.ninrtt rn..,i' 1 l. Trill Itot.lo trm br nail. frror..is CtL Anson Hardy Power Cutter. CAN KA8ILY BE CHANGED TO A HAND MACHINE. n1 l I I &Mk Oxk eeitaln.xviiy to hear pin drop Is to heat It red ,it and drop It Into u Leir of gunpoudcr 1'hiUdelpliU llcujrd. 11 lmrt.f imfMiu 7.1 Tcr4ft,Mrlft)f 4ftrTlt.AslllMMIstMX4 t'-ift- snnn.!M.LUl lr, I'rlitvn to rtxie um d stock-exchang- PHOVlSIO.-s,-- I'rtine ni"nr.l.'-l-holiel- C.l lest UM lr) Iwf II so .11 TS . . pork s'isim MIS Honey of Hnrchound nnd Tar rehooping rough. riko'sToolbsi ho l)rop Cure In one minute. lieves w Hue's .. nltrc-murintl- ltrrATonss-iaHAlN-Whral-rmr- I'rimf to choice crrtimerr. . AI'l'LUs lTtnw.lHirbM..... .. Yr Si tt Ir Iho uii'l the J s COltN-J- NVSmlS Co. iS tM NKW X.UHK. . . . I TS 10 'ttBty red. ? Til Mi t sjhaield Telegraph. keeper o'a ipiol is n gaoler, why keeper of a nsju u prisoner I -- i&&'jn Milk Cans used 1 jmiis, churns, bottles, r Try uuiur which is for ilk, even down to tho baby's bolt v those aro tilings for which vol nocd Pearlinc With 1 A. N. Kellogg JVDOIlI9UI Newspaper Co., II.IM I'lllt'AOO, Pcarltne, thoy' re cleansed more LIVE STOCK XV POKIC Oats I.A!tl ibIim! N"cvr mess WralersKteam -- mliwl i C Hixirvox, ManiuosK, V Vn.. "Hall's Catarrh Cure cured 1110 olaxiry bad cosdof cutarrh " Druggists sen II, 7Jo. "How io you know Jim is going on a vacation?" "Itacnusu bo alwsm gets leaded before ho gaos oil Hasten nu i'c II J OKAlX-XVInt-- ClIlCAiia Winter mtrnt r(lHI Xo. NaSlTiK-UK- i .... rwl . ij lib) , s 13 ItMtK CXir- n- Vo.S is.ii.-- Ni. LAM Mcaui IIALTIMOIJU. Jwat-- Xw S M. ISO JURA1N-- W stock-exchang- e lorn CMti-M- MiimI linl a4 .1 'ft fifT(TIw!jNiTj KIIUbII Salvation Oil Trr III iiulr S3 , j I.AHD-ntl- ocl roiiK-M- M OATTl.L-Kl- rst HOC1S. ... ., qusllly ISDI xNAlKH.Iis s red. S aJ ftd IW ft ecu fee 4 . II easily, m 10 quickly, more eco CUTS. nomically mil more thoroughly, l.lnnil.h ,!uJl?lra than with a n thinjr else know n. The ol l,IVi rjtoots. people wlv know most about milk r.J'l'f irur mtiar Ailthawnlns rW w snn say just it We can't n fiord to quolcfllieprir !tat a!. print all th- testimonials we hold A.K.lC'5cjg KpKsppaCo- 'rTw B M They're frei esiiressions of opinion I l t KCilflUlHlB 111 convent ons, in papers, exory-wher- o f.7 AI79Elm6lifl, (jnttCESIBi where milk folks have a voice. enthusiasm about ieir HM INS. VI I. Ourril In IO Pearlinc i uonuine. Ami it's n.tttr d. Tor all kinds of nRIIIU.,'",f'lil,"' Nt,lll.Mjr i( rurril. UriUM li1ii.lsitnixs,uu.w,o.i.. iwi7liui.j washing nnd cleaning, nothing equals Pearlinc. ruirbUiuunHiwt lVtJttn nd tome or- tupoUhh grocefi will tell son. ipsv a .n i; ) , pno.1 IVtrllnc tf-- " ' rh sicirnr.et,i tic ; ,hr mim ui yrr " IT'S iiNiiisu m nt i in ii to ri t.isi: pttvum. a rai a crwtr!rnli has. y iv A 1 H 1 rf - mlSt I - -- ou aa i.n tali tn, n nev trnj if Ai j. jADni " m 1 utk. - LiiiiiN II.- -I ! .w ll A4otlU.Mal I Ikl . On.VIS Corn FrX)UK X 1 .1 Oat:u. I N -- W cd WTiMt-N-- No. .. ... rod Jt . - . 1 ""iff O It I.OOISVILI.R Wuitrr patent res- t- So. 3 red 31 n i o 01 'X Tl 4 1 , Vlued rOKK- - Stem LAUD Mean! ft Corn-MU- i' ( .. ,1 i;tu til! np-pe- FliOH UKAD TO feel tlw cool tint' ilono Dr. 1'kstc j UoMon ilixticnl l)icoi cry It ittirilluf t . blood. An 1 throng U tlio Moot, it deans-- . ! rci wlrs, ruiii invlgomtoa tl'a liolo s item. I CJriine." or In rccovcrlns from ronvolecc'iK'o fnmi pneuinonia, fover, r UiMaA-- s nothing ran wjnaj t other xintln nn ah niu.'Uzinir. rrttorntlvo tnnic Io luiiVI S" ncislol UorJi onj ntnnstu. It rotiMn omm into natural nction, pmraotoi nil t: Usiily functions, ami ruUrt-- J health oil tou 9 J U6e $outf)& Qompauioi) L v('srr " ' ' " ' "' ' T V'wA ZJr-rJjS! 2. lysi'i1 '.f ivm i! yiw ifh wsu&hjjimius t? t T7 ?? U !- - 'Xir z. 'iiy.z . 'ii! -- " west's. J lr Jt" he lait "Ii it )ar Im bcn the most properon subicubcrs. of the Si th five years i lui ('uxtrxsios's history. It luii now oxer 550,000 This nippoit enable it to proxale mote lax,h'y than cxrr for 1893. Only .1 jxirtul hit of Authors, Stotles anil Article cm lie itx'Cn here. cr jan In gunmntral. lire, In back. iIIoyim tlmt comes from n torn liver or Impuro blooj, DysiKjifcin, Iiu1IkcIIi.i ItilioiunoNS, nnd thu nunt ktuiitrn Kln Scnlp, or Hcrofulous nlTM.tlons, llio " Piscor that ry" is tho only rcnKily k cci-tnenso, you xlf r. pvrrr 1'or Prize Seria! Slories. The. Prizes ofletcd for the Serial Competition of iSii v the largest ever given by any periodical. 1 If It ilnn.nt Ijem-fl-t bac your inoixj i First Prize, Second I'rle, Third Prlic, Fourth Prize, Turko-ltussla- n For a perfect ruid iiennancnt euro fa Catarrh, tnl." Dr. Kigo s Ml futarrh KemedrJ "( (ittvop,! trim Br tla iMinninAliitia xifVal . SJ.tl tVI IfSJ JUl'IU IVU13 W. jicuruLiio cam ox uuiarni. "W , ulj .y $3,000. Ijirry; "Avnt Met'" Invmmtnt in in Miss Amanda ,M. DoukIs.s. 1 Ui ly Iaiivsl; by $1,000. Anna Jo; Mow vry htd Charier; V. Clarke. $1,000. Cherry croft ; 'In Old IIihik irxl h Tiw : by ,Mls Hdltti U. Stowc (Pauline Wesley). $1,000. Sam; A charming Story il Itrotlwrly !rr , d Sell SdcnlV-- l.y ,MUs l. iMcClellanJ. C. A. Stephen. Homer Orecnc and others. OTIIliU SUUIAI. ST0RIU5, during th lT ln )r, ,. 1 DR.KILMER'S The Bravest Deed will be deiletl in fjripliic lani;u(:e iml by famoui Vr Cotieponiknti. I Ever Saw, Suits Aimy I Great Aten at Home. gWAMD Oencral John (llbbon. Captain Charles Kins. ' Oencral Wcaley Alerrltt. ly OflVcrt ol the United Archibald Forbes. llo .Mr. (llaJstonc Work; by M. luRLirr , .Mr.s, Drew, (icn Sherman In hl.s Home: by Mrs. .Minnie Sherman I'lirh. (leu .McClcllan; I.jrliun.n, (leorgc It. .McClcllan. President (iarficld; by hi. diughlrr, AIM. Alolly lai field llrowil. 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