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FINE JOB POINTING icxnJau'rKD '$& - WITH HEATNESS AMD DI3P1tS.X BALE BILLS, Strttt, otit door to Oitr HalL ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, GKORCE WAWWIN, Editor. ,, .. ,.. ,9- - THI OLDMT XSWfPAFlB IS WESTERN KENTUCKY. Pricoof Subscription, $150 UUKHENT TOI'IOU. ESTABLISHED VISIT TO Kt'SSIA. 1859. In HIOKM; number n FULTON COUNTY. KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1892. VOL. NO. 6. etc., Era OAIX AND SEE tT V' cally prisoner In tho winter palace, tlm ha ndded only one half tho nun jOhAZY MAN PENSION LAWS. nnd trenches with dynamite have been t of square miles and about 18, .MIRACULOUS lifted. found dug nround the winter palace. M0,W of popnlutlon-Kngluu- d's ad Aval.tnche From the MounUks Of Kin 1'srciit. il tt'untuli an A vruuA.x wo elected Justlco of the d They dare not venture forth except vaoccof domain by 230,000,000 against The First Step or" Congress Toward Ijiiclied-s.- ir. iHjnrt on. the .r, Cures EfToctod Fabrication peace In Wyoming. and followed nnd surrounded by Rnula'i by a Pronchor In Com advance of domain by ri mm to tin tho Kim Retrenchment. 18.JO,000. Tim London sewage It curried four-Wo- n a most elaborate military guard. CfAcrJ for. "I. Heniinn Sleglcr, n RusWhat a paltry Pennsylvania. AhIchI llursl.lrr Null..,., trrnlltif lulr- My answer to thi Is that 1 never saw sia! advnnca of domain by mil! down tliu river. fe With his wife and thro.. Germ lul I'lrjiiillrr. ,khI. They Heller That Hearr ReJi.tLu lu the chltdr n face more free from worrlmcnt than Ciirm Is claimed to be tnught In nil f liii residence of hi wlfu'a A lllft He Claim, lie, compared with tho Kngllsh a Jtnlnu. .iilluitliy..sll. toned l,y(lh At i:rllr. I'en.lun I'armenl Would (lain More tho emperor's faco. The winter paluct, vewo of domain by .250,000,1,001 The the Austrian public school. wryand Caroline Hilcs, No, pareaV mighty hi An.wer lo Prayer, and for iniiil hf Itrr. T. II.VMu i Vote. Than Hie Woulil I.o.e-- Tb nround which tho trenches nro said to united: States and Kngland had bettc? NniiTH Dakota ha n newsnnner nub- Which He llnkr. .No tlinrae-.lliii- iy 723 Ni iMlmuKr, II. II. fMllua street, shot hi Initiative Step lou. Taken Early. V underfill Imvo keen charged with dynamite and keep tllll about extravagant nnd Ilkhed in the .Sioux lnngungp. Cure. ruughi. fatlie Sun-tt- l find mother-in-law- , I in which the Imperial family are said Hour, of tho crimes now used In artilenlargerasnt of domain. instantly killlmr day After nn cxfwjsltlon of Scripture and A special from Cincinxati, Nov. to be prisoners, ha never been the resiCihtinny the fifth: Siberia a den of lery works will rnlso 160 ton. ttha was his wife, lint iim HI Wll.KKMiAiiun, Pa., Nov. 22. For tho coiigregnllon.il singing Dr. Talmnge Washington to the Times-Sta- r aays: dence of the imperial family one mo- horrort, and y fchtly wounded. A bmiw white ilcrr wu hilled near took for people nre driven Heforo tho last four day many poor people of thi hit text II. Peter, II., 10: It Is expected that torn step will early was i ment slnco the present emperor has liktdumb cattle; no trial I afforded to Iaiek Haven, I'ii., tho other duy. police" to disarm aud nrrest city and of the surrounding towns havo nre they, they the tusppctcd ones; they nro put Into in tho present session ef congress be oiogia been on tho throne. Imbcr of shots .were ex- - been In a state of excitement over Thkiik nro seventy miles of tunnels nro not nfrald to speak evil of dig. taken by tho democrats elected to tho cmn To go no further back than Nicholas, quiwsuver mines, wliero they nre out In the solid rock of Gibraltar. tt was wounded In tha some remarkable cures of their kirk by nltle." the grandfather of the pretcct emperor' wh'ppcd nnd starved and some day find next congress to curtail the pension ex- right M. IH.Iiii.kii, the veteran executioner ' bullet from a police- - a uinn calling himself "Tho Healing Amid n intrtt rcprchenslbtocreer Peter penditures. Tho threatened deficiency Nicholas hud for the dominant Idea of thrfctelves without any head. Sou. et Ha wa removed ti Evungellst," who ulalms to posses of Purls, has beheaded 220 persons. mini1: hero paint by one stroke tho portrait his administration the emancipation of of tlcm do not get so far us Siberia, In the next fiscal year the first under tho i PSU1. power from Heaven. Tho evangelist, Tun St Iool now water tower la of tlinso who delight to slash otptople the new ndmlnlitrntlon has already tho soils. When It was found that ho Women, after being tied to ttaket In Sie raced a ahot-iru- n tld to lie thu highest In tlie world. ut hi. whoso nnmo I Rev. P. Warnon, ha In authority. Now, we nil have aright scared the leading democrats, who are premeditated the freedom of tho serfs. theitreej. are disrobed and whipped "We. brot on north llornn been holding meetings at the Zion Methto crltlclso evil behavior, whether in No llrltUh sovereign ha vetoed ho received tho following letter ot to death In the pretence of howling unablo to sco how they can fulfil their aveira .turned to bit own Immp odist Kplscopal church, and not only pnrllamcntnry bill during tho past IM high place or low but tho fact that tariff reform pledge and mMt the exthreat from n deputation of noblemen; molt Offenders hear their own flesh tr tho front door, went has the church been packed to tho doors, II ono high up Is no proof that h ought yenr. penses of the government. f "Y'our Imperial Majesty: We learn tin under the hot Irons. M hallway, nnd placed but the cliurch-yur- d ha been etowded The democrats believe that heavy re- bact?l Tint total value of the nronerlv 01 to Ixi brought down, Kit what are tho facta? There arc that the council and teuato of the em-wi closet In the kitchen. and tho street filled by. people clamorIt Is n bnd sticak of human nature the Methodist Episcopal church it duction in tho pension payments would thetji) . ro have before them for deliberation, bo kinder people on earth than tho ing to touch hia healing-baud-He.to iltaost Immediately and He will . nown.- It was lit tho time nLjlie,VVXt.a ' .with your nation, t plsn.to.abolItU at:mukia. b.hii iii Hiina ni i iitrtrt nrnf t tnr them gain mora voter than they retstr bad streak of human nature, that sue-- "' A iikkt weighing Ti)( pounds ha 7iPur HiiMc ma ciui- - not accept pay for his service, and will serfdom throughout the Russian empire". nVnrotfbiiity,'" Fno!dIrirnT hand .wosxiatAstVMhM mere is ttrong opposition even In the nvrtil U'cii produced at Haskell instltuto In ces of any kind excite the Jealous W nfir mnr nnnlnn ni,.n n,... We are perfectly willing to abide by on ace on It Uiat red circle. partof the hdatiTTHi heanl Irttlrmt antipathy of those who can cot climb en hnd rolled In on your souL The your majetty's decision In thi matter a earf. Kansas. Tbdk la the government's seal on a card republican party to the present heavy tloij'of tny disturbance tuis when Sieg-ler- a trustees anil conirrcgation. ills power pension payment. It has been estimattiuiti.r.it Cuiiti, one of the congress, the tamo steep. There never was a most accursed homuiicull of Ml the and to loyally support your will, but glvlnV permission to visit all the ed ton began to scream. seems so miraculous that many rich that thu pcntloB payuionts for lb men elected in Kansas, I n quarter-bloo- d David on tho throne tli.it there win not earth are t10 pessimist, who, whether thero nro In Itussla a largo dumber of prUofo nie people arc soliciting his aid to cure in St Petersburg, aa I had somo Absalom who wanted to get it they Judge Imllvlduul or national char- - small owner of serfs, who are dependfiscal year ending Juno .10, H9J, will ag- "Papa, put down that gJta," ho wan them of Indian. heard to ay by Mrs. HlleXwho was their Ills, nnd nre offering him a with Thero never was a Christ but the world actor, nnd whether they wield tongue ent for actual subsistence on tho labor the nnWnger In that direction. As gregate the enormous amount of Dll l'AHKItt'loT wn presl-demoney, which ho refuses to accept with her husband lr&. Slle handed this card to me had saw and hammer ready to fashion or pen, ore filled with nnathematlza- - of those serfs, and who consequently he told fee of thu New York Society for tho Tho evangelist tays hit power of hnrried down It the parlor &M a 9ho that a carriuue was at the a cross nn which to nssasslnate him. Hon, and who have more to sty about will lie left wholly penniless and withThe democrats say they can modify entered the lYevcntlou of Crime. door forniy disposal in visiting the Uio room Slegler attended to healing is not derived from spiritual lam. In- pension laws that it, repeal all of Out of this evil spirit grow not only tho freckle on tho" cheek of beauty out any resource by the operation of prisons. El so happened, however, that VktkiiTuii.nkv, the elevate the gun, aa though he intended Christian science, hypnotism or mesTenneM.ee, stands ilx feet and dividual but national and International than of tho sunrise and sunset that emancipation. They will then undoubt- I wa eroMod with enirairetncnU and I thoso ou the statutes and post a single to shoot her. She did not hesltaka" a merism, and that whatever may be tha and simple one to a defamation. To no country has more wt It "ttvt" at leaat mdment, btit nished up to her sondn. nature of the power he I confident it edly resort to desperate measures, and. could notjmake the vlsltutlnn. four Inolu In hi stocking. $100,000,000 a year and not do aa InjusU ,, )oU mportnnt UlBt UlU eolln. In the extremity of their despair will IIiuzil. Iim thrown her gates wide ....jus ee open uone i nan xo our own inBut h about Siberia? My answei tice to nny pensioner, that would be law, and throwing her arms about hkS was bestowed on him by God tn answer . 1. - L gun away . open and Invited (.hliiitnicn to partake laj s that are past. I.ng l.efore Mnr- try ,inT0 r ,,t ,deM concernInir In put tho life of your lays the prtton of Kutsla, a irom to prayer. Ho doclarcs he tlnChulowlt'waprlnU.dthellera. forBnionir ,i tll0 aUu. ,h, side of Jeopardy." The emperor majesty In Is. Slberk Itthan twice the six of the accomplished by paying a pentloa voi'x, iriru tu was me houtcd Siegler, hand ou tho sick without never or of Ihn birring of tho rtpubllc. replied openly him. "Keep away," prison mire of say twelve dollars a month to those as he. pushed lure of the world scoffed at ctorythm? llcavon Ul,,n ,, AlIK.rlcil., iw,t ,,. wonls that will last at long a hlttory: United histrs. Tiik iiKtlouul debt of Europe amount the aged woman aside silently asking the Dlvlno blessing. John Howard, who did who lrf actien or the Ictor Hugo, n honc.t as Thcro ,,. not Uc nn ,,()Ur u lhe to it Mint which I equivalent to 155 for An.crlcaiL Ha does not object to medicines. die ,nl my devotion if I shouldcause, bucsuse of more for te improvement of prisoners widowwere disabled in lost their Uvea violently. of those whe nv in literary (Kjr unriuuieii curb Inhabitant of the continent I am will- and tho reformation ot criminals than seventy-iltto such a year that tho shipwreck Then placing the gun against her Ho says that they aro all God's w as so misinformed concerning Amcrlia upon the field or who 'were disabled In left of free Institutions In America would ing to meet my fate' When, under au any man jhat ever lived, bis name breast he fired. Sbe sank to tho gifts, but that healing by laying on lll NANr..N, thn .Norwegian arctio action and have subsequently died. pxplurcr, prtiMKr to reach the north that ho wrote! "The most singular not have called forth from all the des- attack ot pneumonia from exposure to a synonym 'or nieroy throughout After all, there Is a preponderance ot floor dead. Mm Slegler, hearing the of hands is God' highest gift Faith hi thing is the need of whittling, with potism of K uro mi nnd Asia a jmiIp by flouting to it on an shot, ran Into the iiouae of Mr. Fred-eric- a not necessary on tho part of the pashout of severe weather In the service of hit peo- Christendonl, declared by voice and pen will bo Tin: puriuerrH of San Francisco pro- which all Americans uro possessed. gladness wide as the earth and deep a ple, that emperor put down hi head on thnt the system of transportation of opinion thnt the great "saving proposed Heyden,, calling for assistance. tient, though a valuable ally. When from the pension list, and It Is pone to supply that city with water it I audi that on Sunday they glte ncnlluon. lint whoeter rlo fnlle,! n tho pillow of dust, Russia lost as good crimlnalt from Russia to Siberia was an hall-washo treating a patient Mr. Wnrnon says that the initiative bo token as erly as As she passed through the the sailor little bit. pf wool, because Kussl.t never did; nnd whoever clso was n monarch a svas ever crowned. Then admirable plan, advocating open-ai- r that mu filed vibration a from an electric rout Lake Tit hop, ISO miles distant possible. In the form of a new pension took her children with her. they did not bnttery are heard from the boso of Leaving the children In Mrs. Uayden't Paul II. lurimii.l'.iy that while Ifhip. In court, they would whittle tie doubtful, Itussla never wos Uussht, como Alexander II., the father at the punlthment rather than ondungton-men- t, iaw to take the placa of all on the at tho most critical m. u,c a government, amlled on tho present emperor. Amid the greatest care, Mrs. Slegler hastened back to her his brain. Listeners can hear it plainly. and also becnusc It was taking statutes now. lie wa In Africa h had S3, 000 went, the Judge, whittling, snys: 'Pr When this stmngo vibration weakens cradle of our government whllo yet In opposition und Innumerable pi o tests all offenders hundreds of mile away to iimrry and declined them ener, nro you Hairing an alarming deficiency in the home, nnd a she entered the front door or tease he desists for tho timo from guilty?' and the accused its rarllest Infancy. Krapress Catherine he, with ono stroko of hit pen, emanci- from evil companions. John Howard, alL treasury there Is now no likelihood of another shot was fired by her husband. healing. Tlie IterUed (iermnn Hlble ha liecn tranquilly respond, whittling '1 am of Russia. In 1770 or thereabout offered pated 'J0,OOO,00O terft, practically say- after witnessing the plan of deportation nn extra session of congress next spring It is supposed that it was Intended for not guilty'" completed For nearly thirty year u "a bubble-burstin-Lord John Uusscll callni kindly Interference that our thirteen ing; "So free, be your own mns-ter- of criminals from Russia to Siberia, com- or summer. Inasmneh a an embar Mrs. Slle, but some of tho shot struck BACK TO WORK. nationality nnd thi is you and not Mr. Slegler. One entered her right rrltln and tcholnra hae been ot work Hut our country ha at last recotcred, colonic mlirht of war. down nmler children forever." for the dny heyour mended it' to Kngland. If n man com- rassing deficit can be avoided under ear, two On tho cruelties was mit murder in Russia, ho it not electroAgain. In found lodgment In her left arm Most of the Striker, at tha Homeiteait on It. ordinary circumstances manufacturers from such cnrlciituro, aud there is not a UKl, Uustla stretched forth toward basely assassinated (und I will parenMill. Will Get Hark. and one In her right breast. None ot cuted aa we electrocute him, or choked NiuTiir.n.v Cwtroit.MA'i orange and stieet on any city of Uurope fear noJinsTKAD, I'a., Nor. 22. The strike or Ak a ti a merciful hand. When our thetically say that I taw hit carriage In to death by a baiter as we choke him to and businessmen need not at the distur these wound will result fatally. olive crop thk year l most promisbance by any early action hand ' whero tho Tha shot aroused Mr. Slles, and ho having been officially declared off a ing, while that of the lemons will bo deference. word "America" will not win dreadful civil war srs raging and tho splinters, a it looked when he stepped death. Russia Is the only country on ot tho new congress. This much the Hut there Is a sUter nation .two thunder clouds of Northern anil from it not to save himself, but to look earth from which tho death penalty ha descended Into the hallway. A ho grand rush was made Monday morning short un the other aide of tho sen now going Southern valor clashed, Itussla ipraeti-throug- after some poor people of tho street who been driron, except In case ot high trea- democrats themselves announce. stepptd from the lower step to tho floor by the strikers to get back to work. As The "ponilne hogM towhtoh tho Indethn process of International de- - cally said to tho nations of Europe: had been hurt, and I taw-- the bed on son. Murderer and desperate villain! Slegler met hind. Raising tho gun, early ns 0 o'clock the rush began and It pendence (Mit.) Reporter refer limit tarnation. OHIO'S OFFICIAL VOTE. I There no country on earth "Keep your hand off aud let tho bravo which he died, the mattress yet crimson are sent to Ho hardest part of Siberia, which he had reloaded, he fired. At kept tho police busy handling the Ixi a rery inu.lgu.int kind of u porker so crowd. By 0 o'clock the rush was over, inlniiidcrMiHHl as lluksla, nnd no men of the North and tho routh settle with hi life' blood) on the dny he but no man is sent to Siberia or doomed bamuel Taylor Defeat. William Taylor for the same time Mr. Silcs ntised his right but they continued to go in twos anil Indeed. monarch more misrepresented than Its j their own troubles." I rehearsed ome was assassinated he had on hit table, to any kind of punishment in Russia arm to shield tila f ace. It received tho fierretary of State. At Scranton. I'a., n young man com- emperor. Will it no 1 in the j of those scenes to the Kmperor Jut found afterward, a free constitution until ho has a fulr trial, Cor.UMliUK.O., Nov. 31. The tecretary full chnrge, as the two were within two threes, and this will doubtless bo kept fur .is their mitted Miieide by taking hiIou while cauMj of Justice If I try to set to the right of suf- being hustled off In tho night nnd not ot state now has all the returns from feet of each other. It I believed that up for days to come. A large number Wilding oxer tho ilead Uidy of his right tho mind of those who com July, saying, "You were probably too that proposedpeople give Russia. of youm? to remember the notltlon voiir frage to the knowing why they sre exiled or pun- the lata election complete except the Slegler then discharged the other bar- were turned away, some with good inci'l heart. the nugust avieinblnce ond the j father took nt tint time," but, with s face, prospects of securiug their old positions If It had not been for the a.akina-lio- ished is concerned all the criminals It vote on the state ticket In Fayette rel of his gun in his I 'nor. Mammi.ai.i wilt us that tho oak those to whom, on lth sides , Until untie, he responded: "O, yes, I rc- he would hnve soon signed that Russia have an open trial before a Jury, county. This has not been officially re- for portion of his neck and right cheek In tho near future, while many wero In a general way require to grow from Informed that they would Iks given no ii, v.urus sunn come . memir, l rcmrmwr, anil tlierc was an constitution, but that horrible violence just a we have in America, except it turned, but the exact figures have been were torn awny. nn ISO to x ywtra lief uro It Is 111 to cut for If the slander of one tpnon Is wicked accentuation of tho words which dem put things back, aa violence always revolutionary or riotous times, and yot ascertained. The shooting occurred whllo a lnrgo work under nny consideration. lurgii tlmUr. then the slander of l.'o.nOO.Oj-- l people onstrated to mu that these occurrence It is now evident that the blacklist Is does. know in America at such times thi The total vote in the state, according congregation was leaving the tii-SiimiiiiaV sword, which he Is li 112,000,000 time more wicked. In the had often been talked of In the Imperial Lutheran church of Hethlehcm, quite long, und those whoso names apCalumny tho second: If you go to writ ot haln-acorpus is suspended. to ligurt's prepared by CoL Poorman, inld to hare used at Tort Yamhill, Ore., name of righteousness nnd In behalf of family. pear on tho list will be forced tn seek y closo by. Boon between twelve hunstood on the Nuw York Russia you aro under tho severest After Wing in Siberia u while the con- was 831,203. Is reported to bo In the possession of an clvlllrallon, work elsewhere. Tho firm is inclined aud for the encourageduring the war, as I suppose many espolnage, stopped here and questioned demned go to earning a livelihood, they Four years ago the total vote in the dred and fifteen hundred people were to ivgii Indlun. favor the old men as much ns posment of all those good pcoiiln io of you did, looking off through a mag- - there, nnd in duuirer of arrest Hut come to own their own farms and 6tate was 641,941, only 12,202 less than surrounding the house, and n call was of Great llritniu, lMMHl,M.mm,-- , H - . IWfilitaKtsUXffJPiHftb-XteJorchards nnd vineyards, manv of theso this year. In 1SS4 the total voto of sent for the police. After the officers sible, and there ha already been I now Hut snips. tr Ireland, by birth, marriage or crea- dali.ttton of Itussla, Hlmt nru lliey .1. ( large number of colored men discharged tion, are free from arrest ti Imprison- Itussla Is to rast n subject thai to treat I nskotl, and so evert one nsked; "What disturbed. Russia Is the only country i tnem tinner' no Inducement would Ohio .was. 77,1 30. In the succeeding arrived an advance was made on tho to mako room for old employes. The It In ono discourse Is like nttcmptlng to business have the Russian war ships In in Kurope in w hlch my baggage svas have those parts of Siberia which aro f4,7s!, nnd the preceding four years tlii - s.m&rs 'Donahu6nnff rWpv'trlptf ment In pit II process, tontnnui"trcvnel'i run Niagara Kails over one m '1 wheel. our New York A KM tarlety of wheat, tho grains of force open tho front door, which Sleg- pairs will haro to be made nnd the oM I carried in my haud, Word ciiuio not examined. riradlse for salubrity and luxuriance. increnso was about 02,000. which an1 almost twlcti as lurge as the IK not think that the scry marked that another nct of Russian ship wus tied together with a cord so that their Sow, which do you thluk is the best In the last four year the vote ought ler had locked when he staggered back man have hopes that they will be given ordinary hrrneli, has been grown this courtesies extended me last st turner by in San rriinclsco harbor. "What does titles could bo seen, n pile of eight or it)le of prison Mberla or muny of our to have Increased not less than 23,000, Into the house, and wero greeted with tneir old positions after repairs are r the rniiM-mand empress and the crown this mean?" our rulers nskcJ, but did ten books, nil ot them from lid to lid American prisons? When a man com- and It was estimated that tho total vote a discharge from Sieglor's gun. Oflicer completed season near Moscow, Wash In these cursiug Russia, but I had no trouble in mits a big crime in our country the this year would reach S'JS.OOO at least. Donahue's clothing was torn by the Thk yield of oura this jearwnsbut prince of (Itussla hatn ci inplimcntcd not git Immediate nnswer. RAIN IN IRELAND. tho advocacy of that empire, for judge looks into the frightened face of It is more than 40,000 short of this shot, and he received a slight wound in S.t biikhels nil acre, or nil agcrrgate of me Intopresent yon nutheuticnted facts two American harbors tho Russian taking with me the book. There fleets seemed sound asleep. Their great ten times more dlflknlty In irettlnir tteculfrit nnd sajs: "Y'ou lmve been figure, nnd the reasonable supposition the face. t'.00,lH'0,iHo bushels, while wheat does 1 shall After this Siegler went County Cork Inundated .Several .una Drowned. that will reverse jour opinions. If they mouths of Iron spoke not it word, nnd jour b'lggngu through the Amer- found guilty; I sentence you to the i that nearly, If not quite that many to the renr of the house and reHot exceed i0O,0O0,00 bushel. DfiiMN, Nov. 22. A nr.Ti'iTiVK nipped a man In the have been antagonistic, ns mine were tho Russian flag, whether llontlng In ican custom house than through penitentiary for ten years." lie goes voters, took so little interest in the elec- mained some time in the kitchen. river, in County Cork, The Blackwater has overflowed I went last summer to Itusthe air or drooping by the flagstaff, the Russian. I speak not of myself, for u prison. He Is shut In between four tion that they remained away from the Oflicer McCartney started Into a woods tlirro milt north of Hast sjl reversed. its bank Iiuisjust as he was digging up forty sla with n mnny baleful prejudices aa inado no answer to our Inquiries. Wil- friends intercede for me on American sills. No sunlight! No fresh nir. No polls,. residence across the alley, anil was country areund adjacent stretches ot inundated for would mnko nn nvalanche from tho liam II, Sewnrd, secretary of state, wharves nnd am not detained. I wa The' totals on presidential electors standing on the front steps, when ho the tow u of Fcrmoy, which miles. In bsrs of silver bullion he hud stolen. is on tho Iteforo he has served his ten years he give Danford, republican, a plurality saw Siegler pass the dining-roowinRussian minister nt several days In Rush! a before I was Mil Ot.ADSTUxr say that the four mountain of fabrication win. li hat for nsked tho tho meaning of those asked If I hud any passport at nil. De- dies of consumption or I no enervated of 1,074 over Sew aril, democrat, and dow In his own house, going toward tha banks of tho river, there was almost authors who had the greatest lulluenco year Wen heaped up against tho em Washington, pire. Russian ships in American waters, pend upon It If hereafter a man believes that for the rest of his life he sits with that will be accepted a the republican front door. The latter, coming out, utter darkness Monday night, owing to In the formation of his mind are Daute, tho fact that the gas works of the town You nsk how It Is possible that such nnd got no satisfactory response. Ad- he is uncomfortably watched by the folded hands a wheezing invalid. In plurality in the stnt- Danford ran still holding his gun, and appearing and Hu Angus- Aristotle, llishop Duller Many of the Inhabitappalling mUreprrftont.itlon of Itussla miral life of the 2,470 ahead of the other presidential dazed, started north on Paulina street are submerged. said to a Russian officer police of St. Petersburg or Moscow it is preference to the shnt-i- n linn. could stand? I account for It by tho after dinner In thu home of the eminent because there is something suspicious iverngo American prisoner, give m electors on the republican ticket, whoa Oflicer McCartney slipped up behind ant of the flooded region are removing Tnr. word "ero" U fnfln the Spanish Reside that, when offenders Soward, democratic presidential elec- him, seised Mm by the throat, and, be- their household goods tohighcrground. nnd meausempty,henco nothing It was fuel that tho Itnsslan Inugungo h tn polllUlan, Thurlow Weed, mat maker about him. And youyourself had better, Siberia. most nil lmossiblo wall Malign the nnd unmakcr of president: "What nre when he is around, look after your sllvor come out of prison In America what tor beat by a plurality of 1,403. S. 5L fore any resistance could Ira offered, Thero havo been heavy, prolonged first used for a thermometer In l?0 by l.'nlted rains in the county and extensive tract Taylor ran behind the presidential wreuched the gun from hi hands. Mates or malign (ireat llrltaln you doing hero with those Russian ves- spoons. I promise you, an honest man or chaneo have they? Ask the it Prussian merchant named Fahrenin are flooded. A number or (Jermany or Trance, and b tho next sels of 'wor?'' Not until the war was an lion si wo:nuu, that when you go societies formed to get the ticket In more ways than one, his With hit prisoner in custody, and of tho heit mountain watercourses arc swollen cablegram tho falsehood Is i poscd, for over was it found out that in case of there, as many of yon w 111, for Kuropeau people places for work. Ask me, to plurality ovcrW. A. Taylor, democratio with plenty of assistance from tin Ir stems to be taken for granted now we nil understand Hngllsh, uml many d whom U destined to change come from candidate for secretary of state, being police, OClcer McCartney found It by no into veritable torrents, and One of theso Intervention all and that Arizona and New Mexico will be of our people nro familiar sti'li (lerni.tn foreign gun of these two the gunsNew travel Southern Kuropo to It course ill the the prisons. Imploring whnt they 071 The pluralities of other candidate meant an easy task to place Siegler in rushing streams ha worked fatal havoc. Hoots In the last from those northA house at tho Inso of Clacdough admitted to tho union as soon at the nnd rrvucli. Hut tho Itnsslan Innguage, York s ihall do. No ono will commend them. can not be floured out for some time oho of the which were I'rnnclsco and democrat arc fairly established in lienntlful and easy to those iMirn to to open in San diapason harbor were ern regions, you w III have no raoro mo- n The pallor of Incarceration Is on mountain has Veen swept away and Hrook-lyyet, standing near by. lie and Officer forupon any full the lestation or supcrvisal than in most of it occupant Ihjw cr. wero drowned. speak it. Is to most vocal orpins nn un- eign ship thai should dare to Interfere cheek. Who wants to employ in fac each holding the man with a or in Now Y'ork or tho quietest A MiiI'sk started ucros the room In a pronounceable tongue, and if at St Pe- with tho right of THE KNIGHTS. firm grasp, started toward tho nearest Numbers of other house are Inundated tory or store a man or woman who, in Americans north Ijong Island slllairc. North Atchison house, and n girl tersburg or Moscow any "Ho will never get out and numerous sheep have been drowned. nnd south, to setle their own controCalumny the Third: Rur-slnnd its answer to tho question, "Micre illil Pnwilerly HeRS Thnt bains One Rite lie patrol-wagoscreamed so loudly tho mouso foil oter. cnlumny were denied, the m.)st of the Klreleil .Matter Workman, but lilt of this," shouted ono man, as ho mado versy. Hut for thoso fleets and their ruler are so opposed to nny other relic- - ou live last?' should mnko for reply: On picking It up It was found to have Another Centennial. Ulie. Are Ignored. world nutslduot Itussin would never co presence In American water, there enn Inn except the Greek religion thnt they State' prison nt Auburn or Moynmun- an effort to strike Slegler with his fist DEyEn, Col., Nov. 22. Knterprislng died of fright. St. Louis, Nov. 22. At Monday's sesor henr Iho denial. be no doubt that two of tho mightiest will not allow nny other religion, tha't ling." Now In Siberia they fcavo a betThreats of violence were heard on citizen of Denver are figuring on holdMom, thnu .'.0,000 workmen In the sion of the Knights of Labor, after the every hand, and the pollco saw n numWhat nro tho motives for misrepre- nations of tiuropo would have mingled nothing but persecution nnd Imprison- ter chance. ing a World' fair in Denver in 100X. Lancashire cotton mill uro out of em- sentation? Commercial interests and in our fight. ment and outrage Intolerable nwait the They nro never spoken of ns criml disposal of tho remaining general busi- ber of revolvers drawn by citizens, They say it will bo 100 years since the ployment, and alKiut 14,000,000 spindles Hut for those two fleet tho American disciples of any other religion. Hnt nals, but ns unfortunates; nnd they are ness, a motion to proceed to elect of- whose notions indicated that they wero consummation of tho Louisiana purInternational Jatlousy, Itussla Is as aro still. It Is another conflict between largo y a all the rest of Iluropn put to- government would h.tvo been what are the facts? I had a lonir ride i s'lowod every opportunity of rotrlovlna ficers for tho ensuing year prevailed. anxious to punish tho murderer before chase, which gave America territory to capital and lubor. gether. Remember that a nation I only n name In history. I declare before in M. Petersburg nnd its suburbs with lnclr lo1 reputation nnci lost lortuncs. Mr. Powderly was at onco plac- ho could be placed in the hands ot tho constitute fifteen new states. Denver Tlirnr. Is n probability that Hen. Nel- only n man or n woman on a big scale. (lod and the nation that I belicte Rus- tho Prefect, n brilliant, cfllclent and ' talked with the president of the In nomination for ed law. Repeatedly Slegler wat struck by son A. Miles will within it few months (In the officeof general mas- men whose Interference could not bo is tho republic of the centennial state man, who Is tho highest official tionnA society of Russia for tho cducn-i- n to into any nelghlmrliood of A merle i sia saved tho I'nlted States of America. (X 0, exchange department with lion. rose, prevented by the crowd of officers that and in ten years will io a great city He at once tho city of St Petersburg, mvd whose "on n'l morallzatlon of the children ter workman. nnd ask tho physician who has n kmnll hast July I stood before a great throng and bo nblo to caro for the exposition. Howard, now commanding the depart- practice what he thinks of the physician of Russians In tho embarrassing posi- chief business Is tolitlend tho emperor. I0' Siberian convicts. The president of to his feet nnd addressed those present, surrounded him. ment of the Atlantic, I said to him; thiee-fourtstation Siegler w at discovered mat society, nppolnted by the cm-I- nnylng he did not desiro a Ask u lawAt the "I suppose your religion tion ot speaking to nn audience who ha a large pr.ietlce. Trlpl Trassdy tn Wlscsailn. Jrltour. pirk, near New York, for yer who has no briefs what o thinks that of tho Ureck Church?" "No," ?eror, Is a lady of great accomplish-sai- and begged them to select somo one to bo crary. He made a statement sny-in- g of which could not understand Mlt.WAL'KKE, Nov. 22. Win. R. Hinthirty year ono of the most famous of tho lawyer who has. tlreo rooms my Innguage nny more than I could much sympathy, which else. In order to leave the delegates Lord commanded hint to der, bookkeeper for tho Leidersdorf Tohe, "I nm a Lutheran." "What is Tionts and that the raco track In this country, Is nliout to filled with clerk vain to understand theirs. Hut there were two your religion?" I said to ono of the Illumine her faco and make tearful frco to speak their minds, ho left tho get tho gun and kill his mother-in-latrying becoino tho property of a syndicate and transact tho supembumlii ' business names that they thoroughly under- highest and most Influential officials hall while tho voto was being taken. nt she was a witch, and added: "I bacco Co., Monday morning shot nnd at her rye and tremulous her voice. The killed his wife, his be cut up into bulldlug lot. that comes to him. Ask t minister stood ns well as you understand them, St. Petersburg. lie said. I nm of the 'veiling I pnssed nt her houso in St. A number of delegates spoke, the al- shot her in tho hall. The old man cama daughter and himself. Tho affulr ocmost unanimous sentiment being that down stair, and I was confused. I fired Tiik Tourist Zcilting publishes a list who ha u very limited nu rnco what nnd tho uttcrancu of those two names church of Kngland." Myself, nn Amer- - Petersburg was one of the memorable curred nt the home of the family, 67(1 1 of Alpine iitichloiil for lhtrj. There ha think of the minister wio has g will not at- - tho order at large demanded and the at tho old man and shot him. I then Cambridge avenue. The family had albrought forth nn acclamation thnt lean, of still another denomination of events of my cnuse of Inbor required his VO having ocwero !IJ fatalities In all, uudlenren. Why dcjr'-niiuulo the city hull of Si. Petersburg Christlnus, und never having been lnt tempt to pronounce the mime of that went ont on the steps, and the patrol ways lived peacefully and no cause is curred In uscuuts without guide and 0 like Itussla? licence she has quake from foundation stone to tower, side n (Jreek church in my life until i noblo woman appointed by tho emperor A secret ballot was, taken, and Mr. Pow- wagon came up. Then I was confused known for tho tragedy. derly was chosen by a vote of 102 to 0 altogether. 1 have Wen sick and havo x wero tourist with guided. Twenty-sienough acreage to swallow all Jhiropo nnd thoso two name wero "tleorge went to Russia, could not have receive i a tho president, of tho Nuttoniil Society scattering. nnd i wero guides. Ten were caused nnd feel she had only ha'f n meal. Washington" und "Abraham Lincoln." more consideration hud I been bnptirea of Russia for the education nnd r had trouble." Fortune Traasltrrtd. Other officers wero selected at folby attempts to gather edelweiss. Ht'CUAitF.sT, Nov. 2'J. Tho court at of the children of convicts. Itussla is ns long as North nnd Ninth Now, I It not Important that we should In the (5 reek church and all my life lows: General worthy foreman, Hugh Polsonad at tha Altar. commanded Princes Mkiua, Piu, Is tho homo of four of America put together. "Hut," s.ivh feci right toward that mlchtv. that worshipctl nt her altars, j hud It dom Please to name any such national soGalatz has Cavanaugh; general secretary-treasureRom:, Nov. 21. The trial Is in prog- Gregory Gortschakoff to transfer to tho largest fnmllles In the United States someone, "ilo yov mean in charge the friend of inoro than ono hun onstratrd to mo very plainly thst n ciety" lu our country, supported by for tnklng enro of the chil- John W. Hayes; member of the execu- ress at Palermo of two peasants who her brother, Princo Gregory Stoimlzu, that of biamuel l'lcld, who ha 88 authors and tho lecturers who have dred years? Y ca, because it is a nation innu's religion in Russia has nothing to nvengtd themselves on a priest by pour- the sum of (3,000,000 and residence children; Joseph Chnndlcr, 'vho Is tho written or spoken ugniust Itussla with of more posslbllllie than any other ex- ilo with his pi efct incut for either oP 'O dren of convicts. Y'ou know, if yon tive board, Tcrrnnce V. Powderly, cholrm-in- ; A. W. Wright, John ing u solution of corrosivo sublimate held by her in Paris and Hadeu Hadcti know nny thing, that thero is uo chnntv proud futlu-- r of '.:: children;. In. Ilarrott, falsehood?' lly no means. Ymi can cept our own should wn'cultfvnto its or soelnl position. The onlj qui u friendship. Thcro Is a vast realm of tlons tnken Into such considera In this country for a man who 1ms been IVnlln, John Davis nud T. R. McOulre. Into tho ohalloe which the priest used under thu disputed will of her father, with a record of 10, and Win. Wright, find in nny city or nation cmIs If you wish to discourse ulstul Russia a yet unoccupied. who has 15 llttlo Wright to feed. tion nro honesty, morality nnd adapta- Imprisoned, or for his children. (Sod All of tho foregoing except llctiuire at iussa. The priest died on the altar the late governor of Molduvis. Tho steps. If the population of the rest of Kurope tion. I had not been in St. Petersburg pity them and hasten tho time when wo sscre judgment financially ruins thu princess. Damki. IIoonk's bone rest In hi be- them. an t 1 snld nt St. Petersburg to the most wero poured Into Itussla It would be nn hour before I received an invitation shall, by some national institution esloved Kentucky, encased In tho cherry-woo- d Hot Blsla's Oomst. Iletltir. To II Indicted. Safe Blovwa at Work. coflln which ho framed with hi eminent lady of Itussla ouuldc ' tho only partially occupied. After nwhlle to preacli the (Jospel of Christ ns 1 'e- - tablished by the congress of the I'nited Sl'lll.MiriKI.I), HI., Nov. 22. Chailr Piiii.AiiwviiiA, Pa., Nov. 22. It Is Al.HA.vr, N.Y., Nov. 21. Calculations own hands, nnd Into which ho used to imperial fiunlly! "Aro tlioso stores of America will be so well populated that llevcd it. Resides all this, have vou States, Imitutu the mercy of the Rusmude at the Dudley olervatory by Rcarlck .V Co.' bank, at Ashland, wns rruelty and outrage thnt Ilmti heard the tides of emigration w ill go the other forgotten that tho Crimean war, wl ich sian government toward the innocent a crime to wager money In Pennsyl- Prof. Ixsvils Ho Indicate clewrly thnt eutercd by burglar, who secured tools at get to tee how It would III him. vania, on the result of Mil. MuKkk, President Harrison' and read nliout true?" Hie imlicd; wny, and by rnllroad from Russia nt shook the earth, grew out of Russia's children of imprisoned offenders, lie ction. especially Judge McMullen, inele- the Holinoa comet not identical with the village blacksmith shops and broke Monday the daughter, will remain at tho whltit "No doubt somo of them nre trm hut Retiring straits where Asia comes Interference in behalf of tho per- who charges cruelty on the Imperial Lancaster county court, sent a cold the comet of Itiela, and that It w III uot open the back door and vault, using it s miles of joining Amcr-le- secuted (hilstians of all nations in family and tho nobility of Russia house, presiding In her mother stead. do ynu not In Amci leu ever have iIIccim within thirty-sicome near the earth A w eok ago tho sledge hammer und u wedge. The sufo shiver down tho -- millions of people will pour down Turkey? Mr, and Mr. Ilussell Harrison and their nf tho law cruel and outrageous in ilielr men and women us g melons aud be- by instructing backset his auditors comet hud almost exactly the position Insldo the vault was blown to pieces. "Hut," snys some one, nave tho grand jury to fiud llttlo daughter will also remain at thu tieatmeiit of olTt'iidei's? Ilo j not inrougit iiiissin unit Mhciia, nud on there not been persecutions of iiner nignant ns ever breathed oxygen. Indictments against all persons who whlcn Klein's comet would have had About f.V'iOO wus secured. whlto hnusu. Imto Inslauces wheio the imlii. ii.ne down through nil tho legions, waiting' religions in Russia?" No doubt ist Thu Italian who runs the peanut wnged money ou the result of tho late hid it bven seen on Its accustomed track A M Ajuiury Is the excess over all comEcaool Qli Fatally Hurt. clubbed liiuiK'cnt persons'1 ns 111 other times in New Knghn we n i you for the civilization of tho next century Nearly every man In the ., Nov. 22. Mollki PomsMOtTII, petitors; a pluiality Is the excess over mi lustuiices whero peoplo in b . f .in- - to I'oino and culture great harvests nud burned w Indie, nnd a we hilled ij ak stand on Fourth street was turning hit election. Bsnator Konnt B.tter. room was uptn morally ami physVAi,,XOTOK, Kov. 21.- -A one. Thus, If A hud Mil votes, II 400 thorlty net arrogantly"-- ' n result of llutz., n little schoolgirl, wus run oter ,..cd liuu.1 mighty cities, w hut thu fulled ers, nnd us the Jews lu Amerlui ave penuiit-- i ouster tho other afternoon ,vlth court gul ty, nnd some of the gruud night of comparative comfort. Senator Monday evening h' Knglneer John mil C 800. A has u majority of 100; it "Yes, wo do." Then she said: w hj Mates now nro on tho western hem- - been outrageously treated ever since I slow nnd measured hand, when nn old cally hud been plurality of 400 over II, and it pluiality does tho world hold our gotrrnui 1 I e- - Ispheio Russia will be on tho custom can remember, nnd tho Chinese in nir womnii came to u halt and carefully jurorjudge wus violators of tho law Kenmt wna considerably easier Sunday, lliown! of the tiro department. Her .,. his trereral condition seems to bo head was badly crushed, and her Injurdefeated for Not only beciuso of whnt hind have been pelted, nnd tlieli Hires olisertcd the operation. After scruti lhe of MK1 over U sponslblo for exceptional niiirugo As hemisphere. nizing from every side, she ou tho Sth by less than 100 majority. ies will probably prose fatal. iMiehangcd." Tiik ultimata cost of the uuw public soon u un nlllcl.tl Is found to k net Russia has been to our republic, but be-- . lorn down, and their way f.om the finally the muster and remarked: "No, up, library building nt Washington, Is Iim ho Immediately loses hit place,' then iiuisoof what she will bo, let us cease steamer wharf to their destine piar sir; yougave it get a Colonial. Mart for Meilru. Tha FrtsiJent Otta a Turk-y- . Vraiaty Aotruia a Murdtress. tent out of me for don't Iho V 'Ini'fKA, Ku,, Nov. 22. John NfcW London-- . Ct.. Nov. "I Iteil to fd.000,000. It cover about three I bethought inself: Ilo ,u p,, ie of tho dofmiution of uii that pertains to ters tracked with their own bio.. There Now was reI i:w Yiiiik, Nov. devil of pcrxfctitioii Is lu eten luiw and no such music as that. AMiy, cant Hreiileutlial, chairman of the people's passed through here by express, train acre nnd i solidly built of granite, America hold thn government in W ash- - that great empire. ceived ut the variety agencies Monday entch half ot any of the tunes, nnd it party stnto control committee, has start-i.- t ' Russlu cun utToril to bo tho friend In nil nge. ington responsible for the llouu'sti'uil iron, brick and murble. turkey weighing thirty-on- e pouuds, that Viola May, n n slngor America, America can iiffoul to be I Calumny tho 1'ointh: Russia In- - j so smelN ns If something wus binning ed another delegation to the Topolnm- - destined for tiio dinner tnblo of Presl-p- o A you.no iniin who lost both his legs riot at Pittsburgh, or for rnilre.id und dancer, had shot and killed n comCity Citlz.cn. em Biirrcctlons, or fur tho torch of the vll-- . the friend of Russia. And now I proceed tery grasping of teirltoryniulsli colony in Mexico. Tho party, 'dent Harrison nt the white hoiuo panion named Carrie Rogo-- s nt Culls-pieear ngu whllo saving a girl from being the toil" what I told thn oniperor "Say," siikl the ilderly. furiner-lookin- g consisting of seventy men, worn- - Thanksgiving dny. Tho turkey is tho run over at it station nil it Trench rail- lulu that consumes a blmk of houses, ' empress und nil tint Imperial und tho , to want tho woild. Hut what iim .l Mont, seteral day info Thu family ut facts? Dining the lust eentun or for tho rulllnn who nrresl a mail i man, "I want u little piece put en and children, are from Kn- - gifiof lloruco Vo.e, of iVi.lei!j, R. I , Rogers woman was unknown here. way, is nliout to marry thu girl, daughtrain, making tho p;teticers Imld up tho pulaco of Peterhof I would ilo If I quarter the United .states has uken In the paper thnt I want n woman win. tcrprise. They will who, although, u stanch republican, to travel ter f a wealthy silk mmiufiicturcr, ever got tiafk to America, nnd that Is possession nf everything uetweei the can cook, wash, iron, milk four cows, (uamas, where it boat will be taken JJ'h one yenr hence ho will send u slim- until their piH lo their tn T xn. lta Ingot In picked?nrm Tiii.uk Is uii for v.... ., , U'Sllll'IILf HVV, s,l :, lllllll. to i.mmer wui.e of the calumnies which thirteen colonies anil the Paeilk "can, mi' inuuiige a minket-wagon.- " "All for the colony, the Journey by rail tak I... It pit ,v 4 I.n., ..i.t.1 (. Gov, a.n AniMo To., Nov. tho fiiinaeuat llethlehem, Pu., which Why, then, hold the iu,irriir ' Itus-tlt- hint' been uiiiimuieed and reiterated nnd Kngland dui lug the k.ime !en li of light," Mild the udi ci llslng cleik; "shti'l ing about one week. A number of s Long and pari of suite utlUduls will will soon le coin cried Into un urmor Turusy Hlow.y Iniurovlu and stereotyped against Russlu. I klnte who Is us Impresslvo and genial tliim has Uken Ki0kSioi. of wage will be paid''" of freight preceded thl pint what .N.iUVII.l.i:. Tenn.. Nov. 21. Gov., arrive heiv Wednesday to witness tho plalc for thu battle ship Indiana. . It man n I over looked at or Calumny the tlrst: Th. empeior nnd .loJO.OOJ square niiltb und by the extent "Wage j uuthlit'!" shout the faliuui' about ten dus. Provisions, innehliu-i-i- ' t with, will he the heaviest platu over made responsible for the w rone, tall. l rlict Turnoy is slowly imptovlng, and piooil experiment ut producing rnlu In a nlltlielmpeilulfnmllyiiioliiperpelu.il '.'M'" .00o looking mini hc,"-- uf her domain has added household giiod', wunt hiliuirrv u number of thero nro lu ls ciPiidu. te.t by Gel), It, G, lirjeii-fort- h hi In this oralis other country, stock pi;;, vrtt, uiuoiig the shipments recnu'ry, no'.v mine slight hopes uf natlou with a population twice ailrgo drcud of iuailiiatlou. Thej ui urucil-- 1 population, while Russia urinv U'M ImllautipolW Joiiiuul nnd party, Tiir corn blockade In Mexico liu been ' self-wlll- , - tho millions of America? I Huppose ono monarch In Ihiropo raled over llnglatid, Scotland. Ireland. lYnnce, (Icnmuiy, Spain. Italy, Austria, Norway and Sweden. Would It be fair to hold tho monarch responsible for nil that oceni red III that mighty domain? Now, you must remember that Alexander III reigns over wider dominion th.ui all those implres put together. As it tuition Is only a man or woman on it big scale, let ma ask, would you Individually prefer to bo judged by your faults or your virtues? All people, except ourselves, haio faults. Tho (icsslmlst attempting to write your biography would toko you In your weaker moods, nnd the picture of you on tho first pagu of your biography would bo us you looked after somo meanness hod been practiced on you ami you were tearing mail. Now, as I am an optimist, I glvo you fair warning that If orerj write your biography, I will toko yutt as you looked tho day your illvldcnds cama In 20 per cent, lnrger than you ever anticipated, or the morning on ynur way to buslnnss after your first child was born, or the morn- - a-- pro-eede- 16,000,-OOO- 1 !. pi . 1 ta: nt ' 0. newly-electe- ,.,. 1 ,ri o leo-tlo- e. y g I e-- h lo n father-in-law'- i-- " Kvan-gellc- tl N. s 1 Hut-tcr- ri"nrr sfk.-a- ' il.e" .. it..u i 1 rr 1 fcath-roo- poorly-supporte- d low-land-s newly-liberate- patrol-wagon- n y s d seven-year-ol- d oter-llowlnKn-ro- llfe-tlm- c. moral-Izntlo- u Il-- (jixl-glvc- n r, huiuin-erubl- 1 x u - , , ' ( I '. I well-know- - ), elghty-four-to- n i, ear-load- unn.-ii-i- 1 I i t mki&m Bj:.,jMi.'Sjf A. S. ROSEDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. Gpod Work Guaranteed. Visitors are welcomed. Call and exaui.iu ftW... nwi.fcli lJ CLEAR Jomc THE CLEVELAND HAS TRIUMPHED MKINLEY PRICES KNOCKED OUT! 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, I'IiiiiiioIh, Carpets, Wool Hosiery, Wool Hats, Wool Jeans, Pant Goods, Lap Kobes, llubber Overshoes, Boots and Coats, Woolen Underwear, ami many things too numerous to mention. TRAC K ! I mean tfesSS. A Ouro for Rhourantlam. - mW I :!.. . wmM0!m 4V- - I'--i WI Mltm'1 V rteht along and C7 pet C the advantages offered in this HARVEST OF BARGAINS. i-- 7 exact I v what I sav !.j33 355- - as-- Si ; JEsi. ?! i5 T3S HIOKMAN COURIER. Did lievcUHrf Nwrar? $393,000 Mhort. ti.k roit n:ri.i.ciiiix. ii.mx.oin it ,n nmx to wr.tr. Dr. la an - MIMl ,i ll- - KiWf r 11 - f' ( .- t f f In the excitement of victor;, Tho Democratic victory In Illitnlhtinlatl In (he iiraUr of Cham Mr Parlor, tlin f Hmlrninn nf tlin The papers are making . great enormous pro- herlaln'a Palo tlalm II. ti.nl II fur HICKMAN, KY., """' r,,8h 'hl"' nro "tuniHj ""' ,IU9 to ilo na to whether Mr. Crovelnwl Republican National Committee, llh.uninll.m, nml a.Tt; "I founil ll to he a hub uruil linuinilllicii noil (ir.ll.nl local r.m.Jy ' For .all used profane language in reply to .has published a circular, nddreeu BU1U, HUH HllHiy propUBUIOIIS IliaUO lnwim. , m t,u" returns that Cleveland's bjr IS. A. IIdltoniis, Druriin. a j wiM 1892. FRIDAY, NOV. .K9.m: certain New York politicians wuo.ed to leading Republicans, setting that, if carried out, would work ro,u '"Jury to the party and the com.- plurality wan over 27 000. This is demanded promises from him forth the fact that hla Committee Ol.kvkland'8 majority in Kenthere Is tlinefV nnuost radical and decidedly over- his election as to certain offi- - Is 225.000 short in money to payl1" in 4'J,01H). tucky elming change in tho sentiment before the t reflection IMMMMfc!. XCTtVECATlD Ura n majority of cn. If Orover did ''tAF ibeae tha ijlmate expense pf the late' wm l)e oniiPit tinnti l0 ,uke,,JeUf I lie State. Harrison carried It . . . t ... r. .....I,. or tiio governmo lit iiH in 1HS8 by a plurality of 22. 000. i reins uaiMMioi nio popular vote over follows out on sitclTn demand, the iwpuiiiicau cnmiiHiK", "i"'K I HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. Harmon mill Weaver combiueil. great body jf people, whose rp Republican subscribers scented hands, and the next I'reslidri.'U The plurality of Altgeld, the Demof conservative tcudeiciea ocratic candidate for Governor, ho is, without approv defeat before the election andre-1"1"resentativJ Trir. reconvened Genernl HICKMAN,' KV. CLINTON STRKRT, falls short of that of Mr. Clove-lau" a,c,i.0"' Marta in with something iug the rofuuity, will allow that fused to pay the amounts they thing 'will by nearly G.OOO. Tho result ; 1 over 91,350,000 in the vaults of the provocation was great, but had agreed to. This, perhaps, is i,0 enters upon OOOTDS the tluliei of Ma brings Illinois into the nry first the State treasury. whetler be did or not it ia more no ueinocrai'n ousmess, oui isii'iioBlce and the policy of tie party rank n a Democratic State. Her Mbs. Lrask's oanillilacy for the important to tho pride ol his sop It a fearful comment upon cam- will be tolerably well uiaiipud out counsels will stand in weight al--XBa United States Senate has been pirters to know that he (Irmly re paign management. Their cam- by that time, The intaests i- most equal to those of Now York Highest Market Trice will be raid for lieef Cuttle. tteateil jocularly by the nvolvedto say nothing of the In Democratic conventions. accession to tho Democratic but It is now given out used to pledge ofllces to secure paign expenses must have reach- question of party supremacy are that she is in dead earnest a no' their support. This i one of the ed into the millions of dollars. loo vast to permit any rash act to niuka by the magnificent plurality corrupting influences of the day We suppose it Is to be expected interfere with them. Tie Dem- of 27,000 is unquestionably ouu of that she may be elected. ' ; Hie most iironouuccd political If the new Administration will offering offices in whnnce to se- that political campaign commit- ocratic leaders feel thcl; to mild- revolutions which has ocuurred in ft and don't promote .provide a good husband for orery cure votes. Such demands come tees should have money to defray ly overturn the Republican system the history of the country. Truly woman without such a conven- not from true men or true friends, the legitimate expenses, such as l':-,- v. i without having souietling better the day of Democratic glory has ience there will be fewer rampant and is an iusult to any candidate. furnishing printed matter to set v--or" i ! ready to put in its pace. They arrived. Mrs. Leases scurrying in the poi)i:am:us Democrats are proud that Cleve ting forth the great issues of the, will have reform, but they will se . - kkrf JXsjfv sm iT ir. ' litical breezes, NOW TSY THIS. KjrfrJ for the land refused to make any such campaign intelligently, but who cure ,l with " J" oJ "ill turcl) aa j??a?g.7 . Mrs. Lease is charging Jerry promises. The man, or men, who believes that such matter costs '""l luteresla at stake. furThey Ja II will oot if;ouonDvlblnc Congli, Cull, or jron b.ie Simpson with having turned Dem- - ' Hie , a government ,iw"' wllb Tbro.t, or I.unj;.. ocrat because Jerry has declared put bucu a price upon their votes into the millions of dollars! And mn8iea 0f the people, but they .iijr Iruubl New Dl.oo.er Cbr-- Cou.inap. aaT Tor Hot Kjaa, Dr. Klnj'. lur that he favors a Democrat as Sen- or influence, are unworthy of pub why not leave such matters to the will do it by processes that will lion, Comb. anJ Co IJ i I. rurnienl la C0WOILL'SSYS SALVS. ator from Kansas, because the lie place. newspapers of the country who'not ruthlessly sacrifice any dais KIT relief, or mnnrj will lis (aIJ bank. - tuirrtra from La llrippe founil II Ju.l Ibit Democrats helped them to carry publish the same without pricetiof Intlaatrlal or commercial enter- thing ami unJer lit n. ha! .vilr and HrVoi Ncuraljia anil Itlicuniattan, tho Slate. School-Ree- k prise. lu legislation Itlug. COWOILL'S WSASEI, OIL. These Immense campaign expens will be for short, their of all alike, ptrfrel rroverj. Trr a aiopI U.ul. at the benefit ju-eipeuae auj Itarn In so far as the Democratic vicWa ar. ."t.rlaj all train of Pula M'Jtam ami Ktna rmlr ala'atlr rleM. IT, es go into corruption funds, into without favor to any person or in- our loo-- a ihln ti U fir jour.lf fr.l Tho circular of our Slate boar Trial Uitlte. Kor I'll., tory has affected business, the efivrr a (.a ua at all ilmr.nr Chnlr t. IfooWorn, TAbtuv, Buronu WdithNiondti, pools for election betting, &c, and terest. And in that it will hem C A Ifoltorub. Prujlore. Large alt , aad mmiMit.Ji.i fect has been very favorable. of Public Schools, adWnrdrobeo, Ctiambor (Join, Mattronne OnrliK. Co OaWOILL'B PILS OINTMENT. arlc. u tnll..i.il l..,a a, a nl awl l lon.lrrvd. Dun's and Itradstreet's Weekly ding a nnmber of new text books unless checked will pull the Re- grand contrast with the Republi- o)c. anJ itoo. w can system, under which trusts UnilnrMhorn' Qi jln Ml ditojuul M ivi.UUoe lu U'. Reviews report unusually large and omitting a number now in public down on our heads. Fur Tetter anil Ulna worm, 1 iiab Toir iii:kh trr M l.i tU(J CaJ.a laa. W. Mirf a lij. lis. v! and monopolies fattened and grew trading, with the genernl tone of u a use, is piovokiug macli comment on (ho profits they extorted from Hon. Clint. Handle, than whom COWSILL'S TET.SE OINTIiZNT. lOr-- ,U(il aj Jwi Wuia ipyiUllj. , business mid industries remarkThe Illinois Idea. the people at large. Covington there is no better lawyer, Judge ftjj- - Kor Woriui, throughout the State. It is claimably benlthy. Commonwealth. or to all the I'eunyrile, ed that it will add many thousands It is evident that what has come The latest demand of the Farm will be an applicant for Collector Cowglll's Ploasant Wcrn Eynp of dollars to tho cost of patrons to be known In politics as the Illiers Alliance in that the GovernftOO ftevtHrd. in th Owensboro disttict. Judge OK Tlili moint the Lriuon Chemical Co. Handle Is the Randolph Tucker of s.t rsr.i ctios uvarastikd atAMJVACTUT.EUa OJ" TtltS titUi-ATEment build a railroad from lirltiab of our free schools in lorciug them nois idea Is to become widespread TUK UOSSY KVFUSDHD. America to the Oulf of Mexico to buy new books and not using and popular. Kentucky, and it goes without tho 8 That idea involves ib.t y oor of lb. it.tiraoni.U, concern. through Nebraska, Kansas, Mis- those already bought. Mr. Head-ly- , Par Sate lj the rroirtor, H of I"""'" Chill saying of more that he would dis the nomination of candidates for Ln6I,he maalrf souri, Indian Territory and Texas. II. charge as a public trust nuy pub Secretary of Stnte, who Is a ITnf..l ......... u Q. They want it as an experiment to w....vu w...ui in iuc uiuio uaiirrini; artirif. nn.i gin ncm u. lic nllice to which the Government COWGILL & COWGILL, nrove that government ownership member of the State Iloard, dis- conventions held pruceding the n,m,i l"' "Lemoa Chill Tonls'iuni t or the people could call him. y 1 1 A. It MA C 9 is wise iiiul just. nrt sents from tho action of the other election of members of Stato leg- - tonio nj b Kentucky. .P,,eiii.r. Lemon Chin T ie Louis Hie Timo. : IIicitMA.v. : The banner Democratic pre- members, and has nnblished a let. islntnres nhichare to choose II. p'eni lmonJo nJ lrj i Sarklra'. Arnlrat naive. cinct of the country ia Ilayucs-vill- ter setting forth his objections. S Senators. Tho candidates of J,.,.,"i""tr Jo,.V '" Ais for Le..n . Tin llnr.Stl.vi in the wnrlJ for Cats DE. L. P. BALTZER. on Kllin i ti i.. ,i.i. vuin i Lowdues county, Alabama. n oppiaiH io me legislature now ' ir m mm way ue uiaue ,ou .kianie ami mini ub.tiunr.bui wit. I for. n. xnJ physician Airj'sunutuwr raztrpvaKmrn CD and position UlOH all public whites ami blacks voted together .our attention Io ll. inrrli. Corn. anJ all Skin Krilplloi,., nnd the people from this unnecessary I'ile., or no par rrHirvl. It HICKMAN, : : : : kkntucky. anl guarantetJ bj lirelvcurea there nod the vote wasunauiiiious. Can thus 1)0 ascertained, and l'r''50c. for "i !? rZ"y?M& f eA7" URinranieM loift.. Mrr.vi ..li.faciion. From his statement, the people can choose between! L""ul" u,Wf"LLCleveland received C07 votes, expense. HV? A3 nr iiinnav rninniio.1 At .... Ofrr. Mi irofe.iloiil ..rile" lo the pea whilst Harrison, Weaver and there is no donbt whatever that them in choosing between the legmet. I'lEHCCM iOK; hox. Kor aale bj C. A. Ilolcombe. Druit- c&cia dJ, iwiEb V 3 pic uf Hickciao in J rlelult; failed to score a single vote. the people will approve his course islative candidates of their parties. ror of Jael.au auj Ktnluek; fit'a rllt. .Tnainll P.ittoram, liua link In.w.l. 0 ' 'J'J The Ronton mnn who wrote to and coudeuiu that of the State KVUBV good business man, says on Rice Pierce, who predicted thnt Cotton Crop Loan. ins unio agent to buy no more Hoard. Col. Patterson would hear from the Savannah News, whether he wool if Cleveland was elected, is CB1K. UlLTZLS, rrr.l. JUIU II. HIM (.lit, 1. rn.'l. a.Ujrt Wat The Cotton Oommlttpn nrrrnn.i the people of his District because be of Democratic or Renubllcan likely getting ready to follow HarOh, How AwfHl. of bis role on theslker nnesllon. fith, desires that bitsinoss ized as one of the results of the per. It will he remembered that in 1834 E. L. Harper, now in the ( )lirct4ri la tiling Hroa, ''"mprovo under the Alliance meeting in Oh, what an awful program some Tome," wile ,li,io"8 rVJl. --i Caa. p Il3.r5?iai Ohio penitentiary, said if Cleve- of tho Republican papers map out Memphis seems out of date. If it Josiah Patteisou receives a urn- ixlmlnlofratiou that will assnine land was elected he would qnit necessary for Sonthern of 7,.'t70, which is the lanr- control of the Ooveriimont next . business. He did quit business for the Democrats the next four were E23NTUOK-!TCongressional can March. If a man in business years. Hear thorn: era and planters to nursue their ' c.8t. Kiv?" a"'o..a and was sent to the pen. a !. .1 I.. .li -A" luo mm. MaMJa "'" loranytning eise.or works Fire, Life, A.cident, 1. Pull down all the Custom industry under the shadow of the laucl,e- for an thing else, Iip Is not a good One of tho beneficent results of Houses. crop mortgage to the end of the . ,; H,l0lllt, tho Democratic victory is the 2. Establish free trade, and im- chapter, such a committee might promptness with which a nnmber .''V' u! "17 partisan politics his specialty, o , Henry Clows tho Now of Pinchbeck Protectionists who pose all taxation direct on land. possibly be of some use in Tornado, &c. ... 0f n,rrn m,. Solicits jour business. We offer Hip mod I.lbrrnl Acroiuinodalioiis depend on subsidy for existence 3. Pay off the rebel debt, and ing them to get loans at a lower! iihout it In their home.. It cured ran York banker, a Republican in not to our Cubtumcis CoimiHteut with Kbtubllshed rate of interest. But the experi-- . '"' "' erre anack nf rrip, and, I ,ltics, in an open letter, gives somo are declaring their intention of pension rebel soldiers. Hanking PinnlplrH. enco of the past year or two has1 "",".' "'""d iil. K. tialioo, J.ur.y, sunsililo advico to business men going out of business. If they do 4. Kill all the negroes io the proven that closa economy, even lh it will be a great relief to the 'Mr' XV ""u'p, L IfS?.. "manI,oil9 having Tsiil L'.'Ai of Coansiti Sijrcr.lti !'"Bcountry. We need no business in South. pinching economy.fora time a . ih, firn ljmpUmt ;ppetrf win Cleveland who, this country which cannot support far greater help to the cotton pre.ent ibe atiack. For le b U. a. i "'led various positions of public $240.000.001100. In other words, they Rre C. HALTZKH. R. T. TYLKR, J. V. POVVKLL, itself. trust, tins a record without a stniu; It. II. HRHV A It for the Douiocrats to ruin the grower tlian the crop mortgage, hoicoum, urufiit. could ever be. wtioso ecouomlo policy la soiinil A. A. PARIS, W. A 811 LTK, J. 7. COW 01 LL. Tub papers are already busy country, so that in the next elecpr. rcriTA rim ho ,niiv l)e trusted implicitly OfKICK OVKU HICKMAN nANK, iiik ijihajie. making up Mr. Cleveland's cabi-ne- t tion they cau say, "wo told you w't' the power the people have HICKMAN. BSXETO DKATII. lit in, and none are busier t .,:iip e V.",,s for KKSTUOKY. V."5 him. Under such an execu- than the Republican organs. It is so!" per capita ft... ,,. ,.OIU14m ., The Populists, having secured restoration u wuste of time. Mr. Cleveland is for the care .,. the insane will of tho people for a change, it is of If all raw material are to be the ascendancy in the councils of i ....,,. i.r . ... a man of his own mind, and will liumv iiuiuio tun t ipgiBiaiuro on tho plHced on tho free list, what is to the National Farmers' Alliance. of attend to that business himself at Fridov. This ia n mn.t mrlmrl. lines dutytrade,business men in all Mr. Clews says, to of the proper time. He is well enough keep Hen Kejs and Dou Single-tar- and there having been a confess-- . oua cause, and the per capita DKTJ-QGIE- T posted as to the abilities of the off the list! A free entry ed departure from the charter' should promptly and cheerfully accept the situation without morose nr vindictive feelings, and leading men of his party to Gclect back iuto tho Democratic party. principle that the Alliance had be n,,t at tl,e old flfitire. The make tlin most of the opportuniA.nd a cabinet. economize at the ties offered. If all Republicans to do with partisan pol.re"'P" "',,!,l,l' .. . The Republican papers are ONK of the first duties of Coni iw vouiiwu mm aoIn business WINES DKUGB, uto, wu i i'uiui iic uruuiii of those poor unfortunates (3tuiv- engaged nni II.O thA r.,iwould I.... uaI1I1 m, gress when it assembles in De..n... ill" nilnl.A IHU that tho Democrats are tion as having committed tuu.ivuiai'i'trill .!.... MEDICINES, ,J cember will be to ascertain the sure to make sonio great blunders. AM) 7. ginning with March, 180J. would 3r?i The day of its usefulness ?i'l.'i,.of.,,i,e',B0'l,uM8..a.di88rBce bo suet, an era of prosperity as exaet condition of the United Well, if they do It STATIONERY, fi? j MMrM"'r7:,M, " won't help them is at an end. The wedge was driv- to a great Commonwealth. States Treasury. For a year past fr 7a ISiEI aSaaVaaatar . tHtXA" L 1 Q U O It S the business tuoti huvo seldom i.'. vnvnnfiim'M aVa'dsVN. mLWJmliiX JasM. fr. Secretary Foster has bueu placing any, for the Republican Force Hill en into the bodv at the Memphis NOTIIIXU I.KM TII.4 KCl'EAIi. experienced. ICtA Z!fWm2rzfMf?--H- f FOB vkte-ssar- r. a mime of and' has party is as dead as a door null, or meeting, and we do not believe DfTttlK.N fr. Hullit. L..(Jr. HUNDRIES, xzi Juggled the figures to deceive the will be by the next Presidential that we shall hear of it again as Last Tuesday Gov. Hhown'h second veto of voted MEDICAL an important factor in future cam- for tho repeal of the peoplo of co- the Corporations bill was based Louisville and Msmphis, people. The time has now come election. rVINTS, the policy Ua!lKa9EsffaVlaV '"US. A CSfSK paigns, though the off- ercion. They to find nut exactly what the finanemphatically repii. upon the same reasons given for WITH USE. OILS, may make a pretense of in- dialed cial situation of the Government the doctrine embodied in its first veto. It failed to receive Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Tuk meeting of the National icers fluence. is, and it can ouly be done by an the Force bill. The politician who a constitutional majoiity on its SPECrALTY. investigating committee of 'the Farmers' Alliance at Memphis. fOM AND TO Imagines that the people will h final passage. WUU TO ABJOVKK. last week, was boisterous and Iti House of Representatives. IOIllMVlla,( .tl.tniplllM, IllltOll satisfied with anything short of Iloituii, VIoltNiMirst. itit( C'biarch. Tuk way to get money to pay harmonious, and resulted in a Interview with Captnin "Steve" the uusoltite repeal of the law pro. Hervleea of the IV.IW Ol'lllllllH, vlit vidiug for Federal supervision of the enormous pensions now au- split. Mediae, the editor of tho Hailey in tha Oldham New Era: aiK.MIMllM. an'l 3rd Hunilay at K'rrlci' rr elections in certain localities, dotthorized is to reduce every tariff Xutlonal Economist, with 8or 10 'Captain Hailey," we asked, "are rn. Eiarjr FriJajr m., aoil:-)0uot rightly interpret the venliu iiiglil at 7 o'clook aerviee nml leoluro. duty to the basis of taxation (or Southern States backing THS QDICS AND you ready to bo interviewed I" DEHRASLE SOOTE him, of the people. Tho peoplo do not Oto. 8. Finn Will, Hector. revenue only. This will Increase "I nm," he replied. To Al) KIIOM charging that the Third par- the revenue materially. If it does ' When will tho Legislature ad believe lu "Ho it enacted." lie Keeri a SpUn Jl I Slock of the nr beet ii'.lui Xew Vork, I'lillaJ.liihhi, lUlllniore, Waul, rttrlalinn rimreh. 'tea were prostituting the pur- - journ 1" we asked. amended," ''He It mmlified;" tliej not give enough m oney for the or all kind, of Preaching y Sareleo arery Iril'a lollua, Norlolk, Old I'uint Com foil, purpose, however, the deficit ere pusus ui i ntj organization. Hie "well, liuok, there Is one hund- believe iu "Re It repealed." a rery '" nnl lib Ioril' ilaja In eneb ftlcb mond, lIulT.ilo, CI.eliiMl, To- nted by the Harrison Radicals will two factions are at war, but each red and fifty thousand dollars in month, Kliler J. II. Itoulliae, pa.ior. ldo, Chicago, InJlaiiHi, HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &.., for the Another good 80I100I arerjr riuoJ.y, J, W. Mnrrl". have to he met by an income tax. Oinclauall, l.oula.lile the treasury; when the last rod proposed extra reason of Coninsisting that they will soon have Sup' I. All are cordially lathed to attend session Of course there Is no way of rewtlcb are ottered at ONU 1'ltlCK, and ILat Ibe cent is gone mid no chauce for gress Is given by Reprcsentntlie Ibeae aerfloei. i:nttru nml .furlliKHatrru 1 nlnla ducing (he total of pensions. strength to sweep the country. AND more we will eutertaiti a motion Wilson, of West Vliginlu, who ytr lowfel Ikf mRrkl Juilllai, "Once a peusinuei alwn,s a penMnnplila, Vlol.liiirg, llalon Itoug, Nnw to adjourn, and then I think it will says: "The true wortli uud valuo Tin: Homestead strike has been carry." sioner" Is the eotablished rule of lltiilroad Time Tuble. luiaie, Mttlt Hock. Iloi Uritiua, All gujd. Kiiarntiltetl to be ti ifpirtiutid t of a tariff bill cannot bo tested in Hprlugi aud point lu Weal Ten. pit'toriamsiii. declared off by tho Labor AssoN., 0. &"stTL. It. R. a short time, and the first effect Arkan.ae, Ml. neutt, AllUIVrH! I.KtVK! It might lie well, saya tho Cov ciations. It lasted 5 mouths, cost NKXATOHM BY T1IK l'EOPLR. aluippl, Loalilaiia, and appear sometimes to bo what they Train No. W, r. m. Tr.ln Nu. 61, i.lo r.ai. i ington Commonwealth, for the the Ktiikorn soverul million dol really are not." Train So. M, llfl a, ,TralnS. W, luia. a. TIIK NOUIII AMI NOUTIIWCNT. The vote of California in favor olo.e conneollon wllli present House of Representatives, ' hirs In whbhh nml In Pni,ii..i..a ThU road iiiakea t Tun official count in Ohio gives he L. & X. l MoKentle koIok nurih, and 'flie line la Ihoro uglily equipped ami lu I.. I,u .....,!.... .1.!.. .!... , in unni-on-i iiiii. "iiuur, iuiii-t- i vv .for I,....P .....r.rwata ,, factories a of choosing Senators by the peoHllllllf,r, t'adiicah N. A M. V. 1J a eondiliuu, ud pruriilei an Is a significant one. It cau one elector to Cleveland, the can. wltb Ike N.norlh an J ilia Nowberu tne tree wool nun otner tarin re- great ple ftolng deal more, and, more than lu lime an( liron j;h nrraiiKi-mni- l niiiaie ueauiug me list in tue ductions adoptctl by that bodyuud goinc aoulb. have, of course, no effect on the column receiving a plural otra. A KKVrLTll B It tb ti rue and coildefeated in the Senate. In the all, also caused the death of 35 action of the pooplo in other eenleice secured hy tb l.lmlleJ Kxpre" Ity of tho votos cast, while the face of the overwhelming verdict poople. The sympathies of the 1 Tralui. Unijr a uRb'a ride beiw..n many of the Repub- people at large are nearly always States. It does not oven operate other Republican electors pull of the people, . Lnuiaillle and Meinpbl.. anil lliehaat anil to change the method in Califor- through by small pluralities. L'nlican Senators would not feel like with struggling labor-i- lia ymi riioket lereioe between the two eltlta strik- nia. 'The Constitution of the questionably this indicates that ifi If If ranunt l'otr., want Kut.l.iH-.again interfering to pi event that eerofrred. U you want IIIII measure of relief. Such a oonrse ers, but it is a rare thing that United States must bo nmondod the Dembcrats had tltornughly If you want huinu.nli, Fir low eat ralet, lima labei, and all If you W4.I l.llr Ilralt, Mcnlvr lu deilred lnfuri'lon tipy to cau bo done directly, uuderstnod tlin nnw Imllnt tin, i... would give fieo raw materials a these "strikes" do not more Injure before that If (oil w.nl Not. fftlTZ IIELLNI.'K, Ag't, If jruu w.al Hii.ln.M Cant., though it is unite possible to do tire voto of Ohio would havo been year longer before the expiration than benefit the luborcrs. lr jan want Vliltlua (Url, N. (1 &Hi L. U.K.. Illckmaa, K J it indiroctly if tho peoplo are In cast for Cleveland. It was clearnf Mr. Cleveland's term in which If you w.llt'lUII IlltlUllon., DRUGS;HEBICINES. PAIHTS AND Or W, P. MUriKELL, Agnl, If you waul Hlill 'In a Tk., earnest. If they want to choose ly tho intention of those placing Tiik World's Fair directors have to show to the country the bene N..V. A M. V. Jo., Rttti, Tenn. If vau want lliuliir. Clrrular.i yon !.. ficial operation nf the system, than passed a resolution favoring the their own Senator, let them name the cross opposite the iiauiu of In farl. If a.... want JOB rittNTINQ of any inn Or J. L IMURAN, Arei, . HICKMAN, KY. !?.. "- '- KV'..'"'.?. "?:'?.'! t aw" N. N. & M. V. o., I'.dutab JunelloD. .... they will have if we wait for the opening of the gates on Suuday, their man and choose a Legisla- the first Democratic elector tn,.crii.ii". .,,. the whole Democratic liar.jraur waui..ii.i.-- i . " Or W. II. I'UOUTV. (len'l I'aes. A'ft. Congress, and that would be providing thut the machinery be ture lo elect liliu formally, us was next PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. IulMlllt-- , K tiotiui ticket. Uouo iu Illinois. not tuu, uu iiiinoituiit udvuutujju, 1 A Skinner, of Tuarkana, Ark , '.ned M. haw, itr PBEB - bo-for- e I l.. "' i I What to Buy ? Staple and Fancy Groceries. I " I 7", 'T Hiilkl '' j d ! DELIVBRBD news-paper- Illi-iioI- reppon-sibilit- '&&$ A-jrv-- Courier-Journal- cr , t, l 'i; c,,vr;(2 " ?- STEPHENS & TYLEI1, tir-'r-- c; r- is 4 Sopor-iiitondc- i tT iri I n HERTWEGK. BALTZER & GO., I ... ..l.B.-.-'I""'Vr,l.?,.,l,,,, !' Aofn. ! 1 e ... ... '"' .....:. -- .- ....!. qnes-fjrawln- c T. S ! - Hid-we- ll I '. - ram rv mmmK ZS 3i'&!;r;r:eKHr. tfAS J?5Ktl. m n lTH'KEAtV. KENTUCKY. wmmm.j n:5. s' cCo"iayx "'--aPI- E R. Ellison.' - farm-joril- y !.. INSURANCE! ICKMAH HICKMAN, . a . help-M,n- Ft ''.MnT ,,,,., ',, J ...'.. Paid Up Capita! i:4wRl well-know- 40,000.00. n isa'.n - prny-iu- g DIBEOTO.E. ,, I I Vt-n- m fr .. .i T. . SWATTK Dealer iir y I g 1 - hari-kar- i. 1 y,e,l!,"ri'' - hide-aud-see- ir csrj well-pai- d pRESGitirriONS Hpl.rl lt . S. BHSVs&.HP with-die- "OLD KELIABLEr 11 e rJuii-Ja- y I I '', uiuliv. 3f.oofixis: ct SxeoieEtlty THE OLD RELIABLE. I Juno-lio- n aecom-moJailo- n r.l-cla- e weni-ocrati- I - Look at This , , II..-I.- , - OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STDFF3, llm-U- J i Na-i- 0 I Courier Job Omco. ta i " i:jii .irniYrt,.5'.7n 'fLf rTflUrn t " i ";''""-J-'"-"-J"- .iiiu.m.1 n 4w ltfMvii,iffnji irrn JSSSTSysrI Jt 'i " T Let others follow, IP THEY CAN WE LEAD THE I ! una am j--- "T " ''iiwui-ww- ri li'i.T"'" '" iiii lariiiawiii wajMi .i wjrKiss.iaafcW" ( I This is an excellent time to lay in your I Wo hnvu dcnimuitroteil oonclusivoly thnt by our system of buying and selling wo lire able to soil goods lower lliuii our credit competitors can afford to The heavy increase in our business over last year shows also that the people appreciate it, and are with us in OilWii.I iJUJA U-I- &tt taM'SA WvKFOclOr IH LAlV 4 WINTER UNDERWEAR, OVERCOATS, Cloaks, Boots, Blankets, &c, and our stock in these lines is very heavy and Come see us before buying. prices about 25 per cent, less than our neighbors. HJE IM'WM Tlio tuiMnliern of I. O. (). V. Tlio Huail laeNtlon. i:.nuoiiAi- tiro mini'Meil to ntteitil thf nr-x-t The Southern Kond Ootigrcus, regular iuetlii of Hit) loil next Tliumiluy ullit,u bunliienit of Iiu-p- To 3Toitiltnile recently in hchsIoii ut Memphis, tuiico in to bis coimldoreil. dealt with it question which is of for C'ilv OlllciTN. S. .1. Uarimr of Tliitontillo vast importance to the people of I but ho klltetl XKKJ ducki t report All thu members of the llicfc- - this country. Ilio Importance ot ,ou Ut'flfniit Lake, .Monday, only man Demiiciatio Club, Including! good roads cannot bo inliootln (i bourn mill flrinj; (300 nml every Demount! In the' mated. Wo have often wondered jnliotn. Thin brcaka tbo recoiJ. the comparatively lilllo inter-urgeClilltlrrn llko I tuku "- C. l C. corporate limits, are respectftillv 4'crltiln Chill tiirv," thenml reouested to inset IiiUbI taken In the matter of publln I is the mill uuitruiilctMl euro lor City II... next Tuesday nlght, I'rvrr, und JIulitrln. . Price 30 Inst., for the pnrposo of effecting., ( of t,)0 su,,ject Vol i.lu by C. A. IIolcomuK, DruiL'Ilt r pprinaueut nrginlratinn, uml io terest lu tbo question of public Tho,o oltizftis who were out nuko urr.iiiKPiiifiitn for makinc liighwtos, however, has been lookluif for thw oomul WetlueHiluy , i, r ..ninfiniiiniiH fur Mm v. growing during recent years, nud increasing. Such oriiilRht, wro trcHtml to it Coilllc,mc. It is earnest. is steadily as the Southern Hood ganizations Khownr uiiMirpaiupil In number, ' will Congress iiu.l brilllAiioy ever aeon by any of ,'y "leslreil Hint nil are doing much to inaltiinl uml jive their voice to tlie crease this iuterost und to , tlio ttltnoaae. Information and to stimMessrs Hrmly Snmlers and flection of kooiI mou. ulate thought and investigation Cum itlco, two of our most notivn, in h matter which so directly and ! New worthy uml popular young luiil- ALL PAKE NTS materially nflecta the people. The and Nhnv Wraps to oihmi h know how lianl It la to keep the iiess men, urnHiukinaii, ao hoothear, billon l'ull IlAL'lZKU no it no annual cost to the people, in losswe & Shaw'b. in at It aerma, Children lu Hhiics. es and damages, of baud roads is j hoiiictimc", nil thej wrre ili'tcrinhi-oi- l The Courier wishes tliuiu uproB-Report snys thnt tlio United allium Incalculable, and those who perous career. day. to upr tbein out in are the greatest sufferers ure the m. ...! MuKtHtes Utpr.ss Company Ims ob: farmers. It requires time, labor . 'l'hry run, jump, ilrK thflr ln- ftll'IW.I .!.. liiined con' rot of the L. & N. mid miythliit: to mir out theii Hliotm. Mhc Wstson were, inmrled tn Hot the K.ihIi. CliHt. & St. Louis roll and money to eatatillsli a system A stioihh shoe cues very iiulokly. HnriiiL's. Aik.. Inst week. The roaos wins, nml will supercede the " K'"' raim. out ine oesi roads.1 on ill.- IIiih are clieape than the worst Kutiir i'.Ti.r best i but ras Iwuil ir is The next Congress will b tlio 1st of .Isinmrr. Tbo report ' ''- - llio wed-(bIn Hot Spring The "I.lillo (Hunt Huhool Shoe'' Id ranses great eomieru nmoiig the tinned to establish lit 1I1JSV, uml only to be found ding look place. of thu luttor couipaiiy. a Kosd Department, similar to the ISMSPk imiujv.v !tillIale iV;J" th4!T LatllC Lons Cloaks at Half Pric, to close them out ! IHISiIw SlNITJrL., Tm iTkBCDl4 dfe OO. mkv m mum national bakk, IC Jrade o Boori9 l A2STD WIIIiN 1 NO AVOTDKR. L'O over-esti-eac- h I'ltlCKS IjIKB TUK3B AU!3 HOUND OUBATK A HUSH 1 !t r-- d VOU CAN JUV Il.UCCUAKAX, -- CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIBBOTOBS. i J. AlrXAMiKIt, TtlOUrtOM, JSfti- - C8K' J,"l'! J. 0. IIUNDUKANT. It I. C l" liAS,bl'B' J N. l 4uc !. - jfckor... j. ,... rlo Fall Wrap3 fl ,,.... .nil. t. Domestic, 5c. of the Loom" Domostie, 8Jc. II. DDCItAXAX, PrMMent; J. J. ( HONMU'R NT, ; K. L. Clinton Flannel all the way from 5c. Oasblerv J. X. UtiAULKU, Jr , A..l.tnt Cutl.iir. Iteil Flannel, loc. Giay Twilled Flannel, 15c Wool Rolls (Shephcrd'e) per lb. 45c. (Jiieuoured Varu, (nil weight, per lb. 50n. Fine S.ixuuy Varu, all colors, per hank, 5c. Good Carpet Warp, nil colors, 20c. Humboldt Jeans, 38c Heavy Stripo Shirting. 8jo. (SueccBsor to POWELL & HRO.,) Wouiou's Calf Mntton Shoei (iolld) 05c. . c; te-Wouiou'd Uraiu llultno Shoos (solid) $1.25. isn: Men's good, strong Hoots, $1.75 Having bought the Grocery Stock of Pow ell & Bro., will continue tho $1.00 l Men's Umlorwc.ir, suit (shirt and drawers), old stand, uml announces to the pubbUhlness at that " " M eu's fitney wool Underwear, suit 1.50 liu that he Ib making huge additions to the stuck, uud will " " " 1.50 " Men's nutural vtool keep any mid everything hi the l)oublo width Tricot Drojj Quods, (all wool), 7io Qood iard-wide "I-rul- l nl AI.EX-ANUF.All-Wo- ' UEAUt.ia.Jr. J A. , OPPICEBS f. ! lt, n ms. n a sir , asc red-woo- well-know- mm n mi K' ff?z lr You will quickly seo that it ia to your interest to p.itrouizo ns. uTSl e LE'BALTSESSB. J & SHAW. Line. Farther announcement through the Courier willbemude aa new goods arrive ut 4 Acrieulturi.1 Department, for the Makiiikii Iu this city, on the purpose of promoting knowledge Notice Is hereby jl en thut buy llilh lust, at tlio resldeuee of the, in the art of constructing uud( W. Moon-ev- maintaining roads. Much of the em of ChrlntiintM Ooods Miouhl bride's mother, by Itov. Mr. II. "i. Sampson, of Cairo, work that is done on public roads lieii I). I''. wult until Deo. Alh, B. Spyerer. This is uerforiued in such a careless Mr. .Iiiek N'etrton fell from h Wilson il' Go. will pi nee on illxplsiy III., to Miss M. tli lnii.y couple referred to ami unintelligent manner us to bo tree KinidMy eenlii last, uml hit) i beautiful line or Holiday (louils i week us Iwviiiif mnrried ilur. practically worthless, and thousnt prices that will suit ou. nt in iu broken. Iiik the progress of the Democrat- - ands ol dollars ure wasted in this A reliclou lueetiiij! bus been Wh extend eongrutu-iui- ! -- The PHdueiih Kews Is ncitiil c jubilee. maimer every year. Koatl ouiiti-inM"2" In proj.Toi.s ut tl.o lhiiillMt Church is ton costly to bo entrusted mi electrlu tallowy froui I'uilu hilioiih to I lie happy pair, this ueek. cab lo lUnlwell. Hy all ineau 'fj10 1.(.r1oii oT the Pourt o to tliiiso who bare no knowledge ltepslriu of One' Wnlebes it Mr. News, let it be extended to' of the subject. Na question thut in the World's Fair Iliekiimii has eti elec- - propriation will not bo given out even approaches it in importance liicic 1!kuh. Mpeeill ut Tliu .Mcuiplds noiiunl Confer trie plant with djiinmo sirontr lt.foro Satnnlnv. or perhaps Tues. receives less attention than tbo question of publiu bighwn.a, uiiil once of the M. K. (Jhurch meets enoiiKli to scud il buck lo l'udue.ili ,Hy npxt. When tills case is clod It will probably settle the it is a nutter of wonder that the and do not licMtntc to say that the selection is the best ever pro-t- it in Miij field, Kov.:iOtli. Dr. .I. A. Wesson, who hni lues uinile liy uovemor lirown subject receives eo little attention duccd iu I li is market. I "shall otter these goods the very lowest .. so little interest. nt'i i in tt ,. illllllMnmtiii vir . ,v" ' "' Ci as to winit eousiituies it is hoped r excites ". pnsne" of a law; and inn "nuai uil my customers iu price, und will make sj"ci.il effort to siti-slJ.eidntthe Kplsr..Ml nnd Mcllio-- ' l Alii. uce .n,.or Quality, Style und Price ! I TllOlC. li.l churches yesterday. ""; ,e 4 ut I'.iduculi, fur Kiine tlmo iH5i Mill also ileelde us to'tho Lecisla. Thl in vil Lcmnn Chill Tuulo li.-- A II. A. lleniirhnnip nlll h,is iiiomiI hln fHinlly luuk ti hit lire's authority to appropriate lilder Tlic attention of the L.u!ies is copccijlly called to my t'(,l purifier certain nppell-lepreach nt the ltiiitlst Church licit Winuo, their old home. The Sru moiiev for piirpuacs like the roiDUlt rre ml liruln ; (ool, nd while it V rtuudiiy und Kundny nlsjht. , ttiii'l ) bus been suspended "for L Woild's Fair. l4ni ax lrmoii.il', kud ctiiMrvn err fur I'. ! o cvriain iu aciioa llit Tlio eheiipeHt and ftuest lot of imlutliiite period. (!tr; Imtilr in RiinrM.io'il tijr iLc proprit-lorWarning. ChriNtmus Ooods lu (be muiket. nt Hon. W. M. Smith, of Mny.ml bo nl!iorue tli'Ir nH, ulione il-UUfK HuB. Counterfeit Silver Dollurs are nnin re t.loi, l refund Ilia munejr in put up in single Pattenn, with Trimminirs to match. Df lil. will be hii nxplnuit fertile Whip Cord, 1 AdmeJIclrn fil u wlnrc nj Next Sunday is He v. Welborn ooii-- of United States District wry common. So are Falsewant-e- "lint caroilnluiej Ihe il 0n anyibiue (u brLs, IIenrietl:i, l.adic' Cloth, llm.tdulutli, :o., in latent shades. in tie far Neither are i ain ami Twilled Flannels, nil colors, from the cheapest to the Moone.'s lust Sunday before Con Attorney. Mr. Smltli was a mem- vertisements. trade. Hut it huged ' fit ilirni llili? Itemtiutvr tbe mer- iu legitimate Kiillmr- - be- - quality. llilii fereiice. Preaching; at II o'clock. ber of t lie last Legislature, at il is iiop immts lata 'oh. iil known all oier the Statu as uu stock of carefully selected goods ir ' tu nut f.ir ut in ilir absvt Kuirnnler, Also, Table Danube, brottn, bleached ami colored, all qualities . We nniM all try nml mnke this able luw.Ner and n sound Ileum- at low prices will please all V ' io cUim lo cure a luie fuiuily For Tots, Hooks, Fancy whli Jir hoi tie, but lo brejW Ide worn Napkins, white and colored. a pleuKnut Christmas for the little crat. l'aducah Standard. of dilll. Manufactured only bj ihe I have the best and prettiest asiortment of Handkerchief, Laces, Novelties, sen I). B. rolko, Hiiose jtarentA cannot afford l.emon tor Iteloro insuring your life, floods and opening, Dee. 5tb. ci flieuil eat Oj , JncliruuTille, Fit, Kmbroideries und Ribbons, ever shown :u this nuricel, and ure g (Jo's Wilson to do it. see II. It. Hl.LIHON and git bis Wetru nbolcxlc depot l'ducb, Ky , them very fast every day. wrre ill orderoliould tie dJrcicl. 1'or W. M. Haeon, of this enmity, rates on tlio new Disttihutlou bo wise le hy Co jill & OjiTyill, Jtujjisis. lias been seivlug on the petit jury I'olieles now oflVred liy the "Old ple It would country for the peo7 to continue of this in the Federal Coutt At l'aducali Mutual' In event of death, be! a RiiiiiT i:Niioiri:. measures against Ibis week. fore ll'e expiration of tuetitx precautionary liiriiiMl to-- i tun it's a until i ii d uir ii iii l: of spring al preiulums Governor Francis, of Missouri, , , On Dee. intli Muideld condition of Buropo Children's Ladies nnd ChildionV Shoes of the very best makes. ultli Ihe face xalue of the ,( or no fHlooii.., vote on a.iloo U) ,u Tbe lei riltlimuia. recently irnido the following referSchool Shoes, with heels anil sp'ring liet N, as cheap as the cheapest. . . o.o J- . , i , For 11) M'ars Mux Held has had a ib ence to tlio couutiy paper uud its Woolen und Cotton Hosiery for Iidies and Children, of the best local ojillou law. The Illckmnu electrlu lights' thu tilae.es it ravaired. If so, the work: brand-:knee, heel and tue. Children's Hose, double-kn- it Intone ' 1'hi'Ii voir tlm Input i)imr The campiilgn linr Is now out nr . tn le turnedi II on on tlio ulglit .warui searou will wake il ..1 . ...... f lied Blankets and Comforts. il of a lob uulesi be tells how the '" l,iHU -- "'" AM nllr neigiioors tttity, umlit. suouiu not unit "'' I fr... ii 4MIII In vv OlIO I., fruu ISi... I. , 1 would call spcciul ulteiitiun to tho w iiiivjo i.'. hv W". w? wo" W''''U,I, are inxited to( unprepared. Immigrants trom result might have been changed Ihe town it is located in. No other in ami wHuoks the tlrst grand , fected sections should bo careful- come his molhods been ndojited. agency can or will do this. The i tt in i ti it t i o it of the town. The ly examined, for the may bung DE-PAEITMEMis. Lease, the wonis.i canili.wutcr works will be completed' the dormant germs with them and editor, lu proportion to his means, does more for his town than any date for I . S. Senator ill Kansiis, ...i,,.,,, il,,, . . , . iIB., but nerliuiis sturl llm ci.ldcmln In our ntiiUl leu men, ami, iu ull fairness with : HJcarashu will never crown benid u few- - das later. when the season grows warm man, he ought to ho supported, Illllll MHO IS CIl'Gll'll til l III' klCIIHtC Life is too short and titii ton enough to be favorable to its not becauso you like him or adtor liny Strousu & Ilrm,' High precious to waste in ilmliug fault spread. mire liis writings but because the Art Clothing equal to the best with each oilier. Wo lite in an Tlio mammoth Hieta comet local paper Ib the best iu vestment ns ray ine of Fancy Flannel and Work Shirts, light und heavy tailor-madianncnl'. To be hud age of progress, and tbo man who will come to within 1,000,0(10 miles a community eau mako. It may wei.'ht Woolen Underwear, Woolen uud Cotton Hosiery. Gloves, only of Haiizu: & .Shaw. stops by tbo wat side to pick ll.tws of tbo earth, much closer than not bo biilllitiitly edited or crowd- White Shiitn, Suspenders and Neckwear is more complete than ever. Hlshop W. II. Miles, senior lilt his neighbor's character and to any other comet has come, and ed with thoughts, but, lliiuuciully, ,No, a lull line ot JiooU, bhoc.s, Hats und Laps ol all kinds. lllshop of the C. M. B. Chinch, 'find fault with the world is going will appear of it deep red color. it is of moro beucQt lo a commuDo not fail ta nee my clogaut line of perteacher died, last week, nt his homo iu 'to got left. None of us are in- On the 27lh lust tho earth will ar nity than tho mo, I or preacher. do not mean rive at thu point where its orbit is Understand fect. Let all work and null Louisville, after it lingering illness, gother for Iho common good.-B- x. intersected by that of the comet, iiiorallyorintolleotually, but finan! nged C5 years. ques.,,., IV And .et ou tlio . ...... eight...hours ahead of It. Tlio comr . ..,.,.,...,. ,i. ....i..i .. cially. you will find that moral of the , ignites riiiBoiiocaiwm wur Tlio fanners report that the tion's most ncrcil;0 local paporu are ou tho right side. wheat crop Is coining out nicely ii.ll be exvelloil in stjle, In . Ico- - ( R few u My line of light, medium and heavy weight Overcoats is unsur-pait'- d since the recent rains, and tbo iu tilling, nor iu good wear. Our wth slaitllug rapidity. Frof. Hass fur stylo and lit. Come und sou them. tlio editors of the home titrations ure that the wheat will Men's rootwenr is not behi. d in ys that nt no other tin.o in a de- - papers do tho most for the least A full stock of grow beautifully from this lime on. these respects, nnd in both lines 0H) m. B c,1m,h1 ,,0,v b((M1 of money of utiy mou on euith." wettlllHhow,iul.eavygoo.K ox- t Heelltlllo interest as the Geo. Virgin whs arrested in oellent values at prices that ran- - h0 e. wbi,,, ,ft )OW 5po:in:on Ccccs. .Fad n cull, this week, tilmrreil with not be beaten else where,J.Wujk wnl Ul0 0Brtli. or one which as- 8. II. Clifford, New Camel, Win., wit. rilfuling a horse from John M. va ue considerr-.- l tronomera will awull with greater troubled ffltk Clark of Hickman county. VirNmirt(nd lllieunialium, Quecuswaro, Glassware, Hardware, Doors, Sash, l'uints und Oil Hai.T7.kk & fatuw. 10 7 interest. Ids timcu.cli wat diaonlcred, bis I.iicr ou hand, and will not be undersold! gin has sorvod two terms lu the nflect.J io iiu aUruilitit deicrre, "I1 in ruuou county too roan T o carpenters have lieu. lerrilily mid be question is one of vital Interest, monl.,.,i on tho now real- - pcl'to fell flenli jr,and ilrtnslh, Tliree'liol-tiIn Let all good Democrats at- uur puiiiio rnnos ami itigitwitts hli .1,1 XII. Vlln !!. ....- -. I il I.. .. of Kleairlo Hitler cured Mm. .iii. iiuiunuuii. , tend tlio meeting of the Demo- ate miserable fluiiieriuBes. An i.iui..i., , K witrtl Sliepkerd, lUrrlnbitrg ,ckumilt Tho III,, lid (C3sa cratic Club next Tuesday uight.at luereasing population, and he , ,0 Mr G runnliif ort- - ou hln KK of 'lull' jesrh' KnBHra ,l01lhe City Hall. Wo want good, livo, urea llv Increased travel over the . "i....i, ,..i....i lnilii; feed tbree bullle.af Klcolric p.ogresslve, safe city olllcera to j IItaIi, highwajs have doubled the ilittrre mid feti Ihixci of llucKlen' T '" vv ' bin lex nd well. K help on to p.ospet.ty. Is "C. Ch!ll ,ubor or keeping then In tepalr, B. pcoju iSrulckman. ami John Stite, Hinl Ctnwb, ().,noiiml life Urge pleimuiitO.lorei'tttliii::nt Iir.rtuleis. bud bpclir, InUo , wlillo they glow worse with each,,, huvinp ,, -- Mr. W. W. Meaeham, a mer-relM0lleei, id lm w Kevemori.il on lilii lez, ilnohir 'lillIi'cii lllto il. CJiiitrniitci'd - It? recurring schroii. Somet l.lug must IUI, has also purehasod Ihe home iicurubla One bolile Kleelitu Hitler to cure Clillis nml I'cver. JLurgo ohaut of Fulton, died, Thursday typhoid fuver.i""'""" ul",1 tho 'i'001'1" l11'1."'' place or Thus. Dillon, sr.. on tho nil out b'H Iluakleu'i, Arnica Sle cund botllos CO teats. of last week, of Olbce ofr llickmau Iltnk. For mtle liy 0. A Hoicoimt, llruUt. Mr; T,.achout, him entirely, duld at C. - llolonibe Ho was well known hi this conn- well address theinsulvos to tlio in. ,)nja,i0 ,0rtlli HICKMAN, KY. Ding tiioio. ortunt subjeot. ty, had ninny frlemls and relatives .freight ngenl of tho Nush. Chut, Will a'lend fironijuljr lo all hiinlnrn any Wo are showing some nt & St. Louis ltailruail, has bought will mourn his loss. who New Advertisements. lu bin care. ! niclill 1)0 There ia now a tux on coffee, tiautlve styles in now Diess Good the Mis. Laura Uurnett properly, IWIM valuer, In Sionn "er tallroad depot, and will Nice resilience ot r tl roninn to rent, put thoro hv a Kcpiihlieau Coif,0"r A. W. LINDSAY, rll Uj!) mar IlIHV J fl(.l)i IJ and ilio pruelamatlon of .Serges, Illuminated Hergos, Hen.tido it iu town lota and sell ou on depot ,m MicuolUH tret, or will lol 1,1 I ALa, nloe rr,ide..c Itllh Uieiimirefl.iiewen favorable terms to puruoua who forelo. len.it President Harrison. It ought uiBlleB, Sal VUUil fUllll Terme, on futirlb ot.l., 0, !' ,, i, e mc will improve. i bo repealed, and the entire proo- - uneots iu itiaoi: gooos. and IS raonilie. Appljr 13 1, l J,r.ui HICKMAN, KV. ncuinj; iiihi. liiiinea niu witrilClllumuliou business with It. or K. .M. lelor. 100,000 BUSHELS WANTED, Al.itUKT Winci, who murdorod not to do themselves tho InjiiBtli't' Ollico with It. 8. Murrell. 8:15 I will pny the l.ll.tHt in ii kill prtco for An exchange sajs: Solomon of buing elsewhere before see his ull'u In Louisville, two or tlirco 'urn ileliteri'il m the lUllroul Jeput In iu his day and gen- ing our display. wnsVnly wise weeks ago, Was captured iu Now llickmxn, or wuvwliere on tlio riter bunk imn.iix si st in: iomi.t to k.ii i.na. XTotico! eration. A man who would now HAl.T7.ER & Sit Aw. OileaiiH uml hat been returned to ween .Meillejr'e and the Slouli l,nd-in- j by role THE DA!LV lrllri lu,ht.l lo tue, loci'her forw.ird LOUIS ST, ECFUSL'.C, 11 iiudcrtokn to inairy ami keep or at Milnon'n, hl.nek'i or Ilotdt' or aocottnl, aro reipirsted come mat cuy mr trim, ins CUSO lias ll.,l..n.n.. il. ,.l.l..r with three hundred wives USUHI kTKKV OAT IN TIIC Yk.AH. bouse S"llrlien. r'ur (urlber iufuriiHlInn, e u mi once etlllf, or their cUlini will be been set for Dec. 10th. W J. It Villi V. Per Annum. would bo accounted a blooming of the N. N. & M. V. Itnllrnad, .ffcOO pi need in lb . b.inde of u otbeer positively doiilos that his road is Gkkmanv proposes to not only Hire .Moi.t.ia. 1' 00 Come at uuoj mi I ?o idiot. (Jen maintain her immense nrmamoiit, One Mouth 76 5.ttO,O00 HjlOlil'S Wltlllt'll. cobt. for sale, or that the Illinois mc4u nbat I my. IN lo Ihn msnitfieliirern, rerenl A JOHN WlTriND. L'lio new mil 0ue '"'"I"11 Hickory Spokes AM !l,MtM'tTpiel,UTAN IH1IIS OF IT Mr. A W Uldride, MllUrnllle, HI., tral is in iiiiywiy to become ltd but to iucroasu It. ,,UM) wanted, to bo delivered mjK ,,Climbrlslii's('oufi IHmnly (tln owner or conn oner, uns rev i t.ny bill pioviilos font standing a.eu I).., mo Vat,, too' Column upon tho part of n rniv of 000,001) men and an en b bent niifpil..u of n eoni h tnedi - itlio prediction . "" l" Brounils ut tho John Week, for n rdler. lesde all railroad mou high In authority iciue I Lao lie. ud tint l.ireiuput of tho liata of those outy ss.oun Tear. i nu i Month Morris Spoke Factory, Fast Hick- I r lu ihle nmrket oiberiir.paiailone ,e Illinois Central will liuild the' liable lo bo called lnlo aervlco in "lull, uml for which till) highest Mailed lo any addreM lu Ibu Uulud ' apnea jmuiket plico will bo paltl ill cash NOtrouble lo nnra ull artlolei, but no w? .." M":fc,"f frT, cli,,t0" vlrt '!? CilH," of, ,w.'"i'a 8llr, Canada or Mexico. ,!V.,iu,toi to abow Roodi, of AHOUT 2 cunls A u.W. For further inforinution npply to Come and sue, at tlio corner of Troj uext ycnr. ...Wo CrmiD." Tor aalo by C. A. Holcouibe. ... i. i,Bi,..n r mu. IlfUJljlNl. TAVLOJt & TVLUU. siutu kiiow mo truiit uy vvultlug, 'men i.. ii... pnuiu ut nr. AJJrm I1IU Ut'l'UULlC, 3l. LuuU, Mo. ttud Moscow ATauuii, L'aat lllckuiru. Kjr ltAl.T7.Kll iV BlIAW'd. Take Notice I LOCAL NEWS. The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker It nem No I .. J boll oter. v&t-.C&A-X 3U I iX P. FOR SALE BV I g I I EA73 s.sr;2iivBD tleam or odor can ejcjij.e into ilia room. van, SWbS fj '3E !i CASE, KliNTUCKT. rood caanot acorcli. Steame All piB , lew Fall mi Wiate r Stock BE.ESS GOODS, uilu3mlnulee. il.e nutriment, ricl.nc, k retained. and ll.n,.r of Ibe Kod ie Ketdt no tmlcbing WC RjyPt ItfSu CTlPl -- WijJ,4 HICKMAN', ?S . W Call and e It. 1,' jual ibe thing jou want, And ""'. I "' JI! nit'iii.! - jou ought tj Lave ill at il t: -- - Fair ii W S S53 M HE2 e r 1 il fiia!at ut - buy-era- scll-iu- SISOES Isto''irs, Jiit SISS l'l" m . - I I I f ,rii-n- a i"" d ..ii ...-..- H, FURNISHING OS NT, -- DCALEKS 1N- - - s vv Staplc and Fancy ANKUI'tlllOIlt Ito e - c ,,, - en and Children's Clothing liimd GROCERIES IU HICKMAITr TltlAL. OtVJl II I M -- GROCERIES To V lo any PEWITS, &c. Ej1 of HICKMAN, KY. Uouij delivered arl of the Cit Cllntou St., lit Door Laclede Hotel, MAURUa 2rorob.oxxt Sbop In I.aclede block. lfiBBRLE. To-da- Tailor, Imported rood artlatto CuUIiir, Satisfaction guar4.15 92 HICKMAN, KY. ,. - FANCY GMOCSSSSES, O. AMBBSIG. rro" Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN AND QN, firat-otase i Trlmmtop, firal-eli- con-btuut- lv woikmen. HICKMAN, otSee. KENTUCKY. )( Kinz-man anteed. i corn-wor- k Hmldenceaad office adjoiuiog Ju ,,, .(. e .'lo tl'J mmum HICKMAN, Centrally locati'tl. hotel. KY. 1 a", p. - olives, KENTUCKY. )o( a K Ar-- ti I t0 I Attorney at T. DAVIS, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, iiivcr Laitiling. tion 1). 15. w, i'iti n Convenient ti IIusmis Call Hvery Atlcu- to Cuuifurt - A- ( Residence for Rent H u. ilurelioola WdiOL., 1 ,,l.o lfi-- i a lull line ol ME A TBI A I. when yon want bMileiiiilbhig done, or rt''iijrn ou ot Ciiii'Mc 11UYANT, Trop'r. e)eiUr. DR. S.K.DAVIDSON Unii or Ooniiiiuii, II cr -- - -- n.-js-i- . i uui 1 ItoKtiwood, and Solid llluik VV'.il iiulOiitlini uml Uaaex, Mliiclicati Iw lilted i taker's Ooodc, HICKMAN, Ofllue over Cowi;ill & Cowgil mi irler joT.'-ho- p maj'J')-8- ! alioil liolice, and at re'eouable til ee in n call. near the Jull. IT L3ADS! .... Druu Store. 10-- 7 , Tako I 1 COAL! PITTSllL'HO, COAL! CO AM I'Jickman 13. garble DKALaa Worl A')'. IIICKMAX, fjrcol-leciioi- i. llu-rcb- U. K AW m "to.mii STONKS. AGE, Mari and ukav . 7-- nmffiJlTfo !'.Sir wTrKSTELBRlNir. Family Groceries. ILLINOIS LU I', and A.N'tlllt.VCITE, In any luantltlea Jelri,l. FOR Italian monuments. a.nu Amkhiuan AIE 11V 1 I - ii.il a ii tu fT'Ti PARIS iiick3Ia.Ni : '& : PARKER, : : kuntucky lu .took, a Ojje lot of An llatlau Marble, 1 am t pn red lo Oil ull order. Cull tud xau my ork ftom tho country niom. Order aAVI.NU ilicd. v. ' lUtWVl'iMaiVWi i . '"m i. iiTiTiiiJliraair?Ta1aaaaaaMa1aIaiMaaaMa i ,'mmpwwmmstmtuuv WVrfflWl,aBSglgMiMalrflWi ,ggm jriv.''ii'vfirr,J''ttf,E''p"iM'l--J'-'i'tf- i ,u, f?-- j' JW , . r - "".fT "tt a BEATS a"fca Devil's -i freaks, ono of the frcntest woudcrs of tlio world, la the Devlin tower, or, as the Sioux Indians call It, the mateo tepee, or the bear's lodfje, which .tands ou the banks of tho La I'ourohc river, In northeast ern county of Wyoming, snjs the Port land Oreyonlan. The country for flfty miles around consists of liljfh table lands, deep canyons and narrow fcrtllo valleys nothing to Indlcatn the possible exlstcnoo of nuy such frcaU of na turo. The. tower Is a column, a monster obelisk of lava, hlch rises to a height of 1,727 feet, almost twice tho height of tho Eiffel tower. At the baso tho luiffo hhaft measures 8M feet through In one direction. Hugh crystals of the volcanic roclc, measuring from 1 to 3 feet through, etart nt tho baso and run unbroken to tho top, giving to the column a peculiar fibrous ap pourance, even when view cd from tho tablelands forty miles an ay. How did It get there? "llow was It made? Once In awhile, In tho present lllll, go nut an' get some rockets. Gils cannon nn'cr drums ago, we have heard how portions of tho tln-neighbors bottom of one of the oceans have been Call ho ine tun. all together; I'm join' tcr pushed up by volcanic forces, and I'm er goiu ter cclchratln", an' cr trfatln' o" even a now Island added to tho thcr boys. thcr .ount la mighty noollAi,' democharts. Ages on ages ago similar T , cratic Illinois. forces kUrted a Jet of lava up from tho bottom of tho ancient geolog- C!ot Wlscon-Itoo, or gtnger. (,ot NewJer- wy Ain't tt crest, ical ocean that covered all the northwest at that tlmo. The nqulrt of molten Got er mortgage on thcr 'lectors from ttcrllttle Nutmeg Mate. rock evidently did not brealc through Illinois gono democratic Holy maik'rcl, let me It Into the waters above, but froze, as shout an Iron man would nay, In tho hole It Hip, hurrah, tor Q rover Cle eland No " we'll e) turn the rascals oult had made. This slow cooling of?, tho Hjrder A.I. In Pitpsteh. of Its flery cnerj-probably lasted for many long years, and OF 1802. THE BUHCHARD jravo tlmo for tho particle to arrange themselves In tho huge crystals that The Fcnaelesa Whimpering of Republican Orc.tua. arouse all of our astonishment The Ch'oaj-- o Inter Ocean, under the head of "Hurchard and Carnegie," enWANTON KILLING OF GAME. deavor to show that Andrew Carnegie Waale'al Klnufbter of Deer la Ore-ra- n was the Hurchard of Wil. "Illaino had st 1 -i ett o- work of Nature lu Oue of nnturo's utranf-c- THE EIFFEL. Tower, a blrnc Wonder- Piatt on the contrary was e.xperv and exporlouccd as a politician. Do Stop, mr W pew thinks he did his speeches In pivot thatrouaav I'm . Utiles hard o' hearla' an' I'm I'llla M alinjio, and wc may recall that he and grav talked wildcat, withdrew his eulogy of Moitlwwmo mistake about It Why ilnwjou Cleveland, pictured anarchy ntid connn mo were toys fetiche, thing ha neter happened In this ',e fusion in the event of Hnrrlson'n oor throw, praised that political aci'idcney, of initio!. WhlU-laJteld, and emitted no end of Truth, you iai Weil, darn my butlies, f t rhetorical rubbish. While ho was on ain't too cood tor hellove; Ooh all IlehhooUs how Pcnn NUonaa them the stump Ilrotl.cr Piatt, as ho calls mher chaps 'II grieve, him, was running the machine. Ills tlllnola uonc democratic! Hold me. fc u r cr II hand was on the lever nnd lie run right bust. Into n landslide. "Tho engine simply An' ouco moro a public ofUc- tutu nnic cr plunged Into tho obstructions nnd wc public trust all know the result." Tell me, whir U 11111 MclCtnley; Hi ' "i We all do know the result, nnd it Is tcr him none the less acceptable lu that It will Won't them ilupa la l'cnnsylrany ho-- n IiU lit bluett tnoku n iRTmunent retirement from w York and Injlany Hot Holy mi! political activities of tho "big me aboutl hear Warner Miller Knocked them bit- - protection rcllrriln ihclr four" of Now York. may return to tho building of his NIc, first round dow ii and out canal, Iliscock will bo dropped An' Ohio, lly Jcrus'lrm! carried 1IU MiKln- - aragiM from tho senate and Piatt and I)opev le)' siatel Mortned tho birthplace o' protection Oh, but may go on to their hearts' content In fellers, tills I grot , mutual bickerings us to which of them I'm Jest rlpplin' o'er with laughter. Caltfornr'a Is most to blame for a result upon gone our way; Intlu-enc'lVarH tor me we've got the country nl we which neither had the slightest Chicago Times. own the earth tlllnola irono democratic! VT- ILLINOIS GONE DEMOCRATIC. AT STEVENSON'S HOME. Democratic, Over Adlal'e Ete. tloo. The home of Vice President Elect Stevenson, nt Hlootntugton, 111., was tho scene of n democratic celebration on Monday, Nou'tiib-- H, lu honor of the victory of tho democratic presidential candidates. Many callers weru received by Mr. Movonson during tho day, and In the evening there was n general demonstration throughout the r ICENTUCKYJSTATE NEWS. t.ef laletlve I'rnreritlitgt. t nA.xxronr, Nov IT. SiNati The senate Ia-r- d the hill rrpulMlte; the duttrt ot fuar lium. Ihn nupcrlntfndeolor publlo tnttrurtton n circular opinio of the t n.hool Wx'li to the itaniHilltlon ot sll put 'thing houses In counties where no mi tract iit-t- A Mil In hefurr the general In irnulthe live rear contracts wllh the American aot.tj '. PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. Sly Dig r Wrecteil nt lllscomntril llepub-llcn- n. vol-ran- lo n, y, Chh-ag- Poor old Carter! The tariff is a tax. Step aside, Mr. Hlscockl Carry the news to Caruegle. A public ofllco is n public trust. Vho f rowed dut brick? McKinley. The Illinois (ioniums fought nobly. Your 'and. Judge. (Ircshuin, y'r 'and. Who snld New York could le bou(-ht- ? Hood Ik campaigns have had their day. What do you think of tho ice cart now? y. Wlil Lead to Their Extermination. Matt Quay feels very comfortable, thank you. Now let Pat Kgan challenge Whltc law Held. '1 he "rainbow chasers" got there In great khap;. ' Parties who have been out hunting In tho country between tho head waters of the forks of tho Santiam bring back accounts of a wholesale destruction of deer In that region by Indians. Bands of Warm Spring and Klickitat Indians, numbering from one hundred and fifty to two hundred, get permission about July I to coma over Into the Willamette, valley to ptok hops, and leave their reservations. They come In over the Santiam wagon road and mako a camp at Indian Prairie, and then organize a grand round-u- p of deer. They surround a vast tract of country on their ponies, says tho Portland Ore gonlan, Which they rldo through a country that a white man can hardly get through on foot, and drive the deer toward a common center and slaughter them by hundreds, killing bucks, fawns and dor Indiscriminately, drying the choice parts of the meat for winter supplies. KEPUBLICAN HINDSIGHT IS UNIMPAIRED. All WOAWNCWf " N "' IF A II BOODIE-VA!-- X NT V T ) Al f "'x)rrt & EDIIOAMl t'fS ffOOMS op THF REPUBLICAN nHY UvPIAM&jnN densely packed with cheering humanity. Mr. Stevenson was driven to the Drury theater and was received by an Immense throng of jubilant friends lu the speech which ho made ill ac knowledgement of tho reo ptlon, ho snld' "My Friends and Neighbors: would bo more or less than human if I were not deeply Impressed by thi event this hour. The dcmonstratU'i recalls vlvldlr the welriuie given me by my townsmen iit)on,'"' return to my home last June a' the close of the Chicago convciitinii.-f- ' it welcome nnd the more than i'mi' ' 'd mentary Hddrcv of my distlnruts friend, Hen. McNulta, will raver to forgotten. it "For tho henrty greeting to-innd the kind expressions of men of a I parties 1 can only say I um jirofouti f grateful. I need hardly reiriml jou f my strong attachment for tins boa ful city 1 saw first In my bothxi. when It was but a village, wit! t railroads or telegraph, cont ilnlog Jt u few hundred people. I have rejot l with you In Its growth and its propr-Itv- . The creator Dart of ttiv life Mi been passed here, aud until this niertsl pilgrlmagu , shall close llloomiuton 1 irixctncnla transferring the ituto' Inurvet la lutcpllrj tu the countlrs hark to Ihn Committee for perfection 'lhe Wcki tson Mil, rcKulat-n- f happiness was nover before witnessed riemtitlons from riecuttou for debt, as re il stat. in lllootulngton as that which attended onirolttrd to the lummlttropn but jury the democratic ratification meeting In t r TheJudterelmhuralng districtfund cotmnl wae mer In HuvU tho evening. Soon after dusk the dem- r Mil Incrcnalog the aniarjr of the circuit ocratsmen, women nnd children-gathe- red ,tje of Campbell county vr recommitted to about tho courthouse square, the committee on llm judiciary uin objection bontiies were lit and a scons of tho wriconatltutlon.iUtv t'KASKroKT.Not wildest enthuslnsm followed. Drum r fifteen senator were prraent this morning, s crps, brass bands, gangs of i t they were not needed during lhe nmi three, nnd beaters of tin pans and cow- quartered the hour tho aenate was bell ringers united to cause paudetno rtut much time was consumed In coiuplctlrg i5flrt reaJImrot tho new or ncmly Introduced nluni, while the sky was streaked with rporattons bill. After ard aetrral malt rockets und rnimin candles. A proces- 5:1. were reported from tho committer, end tranced upon the calendar Jn.l-- " t.lnday, sion was formed, headed by the .Steven son escort club, with a band and the of the commits on Judiciary, reported the rtto of the erohsrlcel survey Mil with the ex. fl'st voters' club, and marched to the p.rlon ot opinion that tl should ii, the Stevenson homestead through streets tIeilloniof lh iimernor 10 the contrary not- - Hook Co. llot'sK- - The liouie rcfrrrrd the bill re ported faoratly from Hie committee on Internal tin city Such n carnival of jollification and pen-n- -- horn-blow-er- -- 1 pasage. (thstand tig the bill --t as one ot those veloed efore the adjournment last Aucuat, for the un- - roaaon that the aireral other bllla were teto-- d at that time, fit th it it had not re- elteda iuCflclenl number of tolen on Its final 5Ac( .nL . W7IKi6fWN0CH'cfo V- -, it F tt? w ill be my home. BitO HAD NOT -- Ctt fysJr s2r A that in the region about the headwaters of tho various forks of the Santiam Indians havo this season slaughtered over one thousand deer. The Italian Ltthopliagoru. In writing of Trancis Battalia, the Italian Uthophagous, orstono cater, Dr. Bulwer, in his "Artificial Changeling," has this to say: "This queer creature was born with two small pebbles in his hands, one in each. Ho refused all ordinary nourishment, would not suckle, only when small stones were given him with tho nursing bottle." After Ilntta-H- a grow to manhood he was exhibited in all the principal cities of Europe. Dr. Ilulwcr had a chance to professionally examine tho "queer creature" after "it" had been kept on a stone diet for about thirty years. He thus describes Battalia's manner of feeding: "Ho would put three or four ctoncs in a spoon, swallow them down nnd then drink a glass of beer aftr theni Ho devoured a half peck of theso utoncs every day, nnd when ho shakes his body they chink in his stomach. In appear-anc- o ho Is a black, sn nrthydookiug fellow, and, having been a soldier, mado good uso of tho food allowed him by selling it and subsisting on dirt end pebbles." cades. It is stated The settlers view these proceedings with great disfavor, and claim that as they are not allowed to go on Indian reservations tho Indian should not bo allowed to harry tho country ouUlde of the reservations. It is claimed that these Indians have exterminated tho mule deer In eastern Oregon, and are fast exterminating tho deer In tho Cas- J WAD W )( rnoriovtsr i, ,m BEEN XvgyAoMIWATEOjL L6 LATVU) AND THIS UfaEfiiO Jfgy MUCH AUVE WjK cAHVAtkf MS foorpfliNW V ?C Jhadplaceo K m J V T4ANoHTYjf7av7L05orH.J Hh yTvv ES (K moTs - if". iNr-- S$ ) L THI.NOS MKIIIT HArtl PtKFEHI.Xr." Chicago llcnild. Japan and China. . Japan. The women of America will be vcrv much shocked to hear of a little hign wmen occupies a place on the tanks of the Yuen-1'nl- c liver In ronchuw: "Do Kot Drown Tcmalo Infants Hero. "Tho sign Is read by 750 000 Poochouans, causing no blubh and no comment. Tho killing of a girl baby in China is a crlmo never punished. Tho birth of a female child throws tho whole fnmlly Into deepest grief, and the mother often finds that the only way In which sho can retrieve htrsclf U to dispose of tho Infant quietly nnd effectively. Very different is tho state of things In Japan. There tho parents are straining every nerve to educate their children, girls as well as boys. Hven young husbands are sending their young uhes to school. European clothing Is crn (it Is nn open question, however, whether this is on Improvement), nnd colleges and seminaries havo been established all over tho country. Much of tho credit Is due to tho efforts of the empress of Viie cucumber does its Ue6t lighting after in 1 !' Itlr ilonn Texas bUtings. f in fr H Children of Mr, and Altoona, l'a. Mr. M. M. SoUer Its Worst Form After Fhyalclans Patted, Hood's Smrtapartlla Perfectly Cured. Both Had Eczema In Ills Hurchard, Harrison his t irnegie," We nrc glad now that Davo Martin it walls, and goes on to fay that ns it remained Is an open question whether linrcliaul If it had been a rainy day Harrison wos a bliiiiiler-heel- s or uu n.isiin m would have lost Vermont. it may be ho whether Carncjio really It was what Mr. Ham, of Georgia wanicd.irotectIon continued or over- would cull a "snollygoster." Oh, no; the slumps in Maine and Verthrown. Carnegie, it says ramt have known when he precipitated the mont didn't mean anything. Homestead ditliculty that he - doing Illnine's appeal to the Irish voters tt Mr. Harrison and the republican party vote for Harrison was very effect he in tho greatest possible injury; therefore piling up votes for Clet eland. Mr. Carnegie desired free Iron uad free Hon. Benjamin Harrison, Executive ' steeL Mansion, Washington: Am sorry to 'Jills is pleading tho baby act with a learn that you fell outside the brenst-works- . vengeance. It does not require a very Warnor Miller. N. Y. World. long memory to recall how persistently NOTES AND OPINIONS. republican organs argued that tho ulutcly no politics ia the there was Homestead incident. Whatever may Old Dli:r November 8, the Ornnd Party. Burial private. No flowers. be the truth ubout the contribution of Carnegie, Frlck & Co. to the repub- No mourners. No hope of a resurrection. No nothing. Chicago Times. lican campaign fund, there is do The election Is oter nnd the over the point that toward tho close'of tho campaign Postmaster Gen- necessity of Candidate Held osing at eral Wnnamaker sought an interview the friend of tho workingman in past-Det- roit Tree Press. with 1'rick, and this Inter lew There is some consolation In the was republica by heralded an paper ns relating to that thought that the protected monopolists business. There is no room for doubt were bled to the last shekel by Benny's that the republican leaders tried to get campaigners, and now they are holding a contribution from tho Carnegie estab- the bag. Toledo Bee. lishment, and did it in so public a manThe Australian bsllot works ner us to Imply that they were not nicely except from the standpoint of ashamed of it If the reaction did them the gentlemen who would fain manipuan injury, as there is evu'.v reason to late the gentle voter at tho polls. belieio It did, they have only them- Minneapolis Tribune (rep.). selves to blame. They had won -- o long The proposition that the tariff it by means of corruption funds that they not a tax, and that the foreigner pays had come to bcllce that tuch means it, seems to havo been a little more were Irresistible, than the American stomach could dHut, after nil, Mr. Carnegie was not igestIndianapolis Sentinel. the real liiirchard of tho campaign. The charge of the Pennsylvania That eminence must bo resened for heavy brigade on New York wus no Hon. William McKlnloy, of Ohio. It more effectual thun the cliargo of tho was he that did tho work with his tar light brigade at Halaklava, but it was lit bill nf alioiult.at.onH. A month .(tor considerably less glorious. Somebody Its passage the people rebuked It with blundered. Was It Davo Martin? N. the volco of a political earthquake and Y. World. tho sweep of a tidal wave. Mr. McKinThe governor of Ohio can scarcely ley was not convinced and not disoccupy an easy seat after tho vote of mayed. Ho coolly said that tho people no confidence has been recorded did not know w hat they were about; that against him inthat own hb stnte. McKin-Icyisthey had not had time enough to apprewas repudiated, beciate the beauties of his bill, lm that In fore since 1810 has the and neverstate Buckeye two years moro they would be madly even been In doubt in a presidential in Iovo with it. The party accepted Detroit Free Press. that view of tho matter, and readily year. The puerile and absurd plea that udoptcd tho McKinley nonsense about tho foreigners paying tho ta.t Two the election ol llevclnml would destroy years of deliberation hao not changed tho business of tho country did not the views of the people upon this ques- elect Mr. Harrison. "You may fool tion. Tho disciples of McKinley should part of the people all of tho time, nnd not shrink from the issue which they all of tho people part of tno time, but forced upon their party. Carnegie is you can't fool all the pcoplo ull tho only a side issue. McKinley is the real time." Kansas City (Star. Many of tiie leading democratic Hurchard of lbOl Louisville Courier-Journa- l. a-- PLATT AND DEPEW. War I let ween Republican Flsjurrhrsdt. I'latt lays it on Depew. Depew lays it on I'latt, Neither seems to reallr-that tho other had practically nothing to do with an election where ths people were Ixrit, no matter wh Piatt or Depew said, on electing Orover Cleveland. It is clear tliut tho truce patched up botween tho "blg, four" of .New York and paraded wit I. theatrical effect at Minneapolis was hollow. Xot as cats und dogs, but nono the less n 11 Great mental agony Is endured by parents who see their children suflering from diseases caused by impure blood, and for which there seems no cure. This is turned to joy when Hood's Sarsaparilia ii resorted to, for it expels the foul humors from the blood, and restores the dis eased skin to fresh, healthy brightness. Kead the following fiom grateful parentsi "We think Houd'i Hattoparllln It the moat-al- u .ble medicine nn the umr.-- t for Mood and klc nlth ibi dlMiirt. Our two children uHercd -- A Depew and Depew Is charging defeat upon Piatt Tho glibber talker, Depew, has the later and more plausi ble word. Ho declare that I'Jstt, Insisting that Depew wu in orator and, iUnderd feiullr ina.llclnr. end would n&t It therefore, good enough to make nu i soLi.E.11, nn omi muw. wimouill" spt'celics (modesty is one of Dcpeu's Avenue, Altount, I' strong points), was of no earthly servHUOU'I I'll.f.a cure llrtr lll. comilpellou ice us u ujuuugcr, and. tbit MM iuoms, jeucJI-s- . llff bilich, ludinetlloo. upon line, but otlther of tliein urrcedrd In curing there w llille relief orefen Jniivlnff them mnnd In a month At Inkcbll hoili tried Jlood HeruferllU drto wtfeiterfeclljr eureil. We recaiinjend for to jean. Worst Form of Eczema We h4 three In thai witli asperity Piatt Is charging defeat Hood's Sarsaparilia ih and independent newspapers of tho country unite with the .Sentinel In urging that an extra session of congress bo hold next spring to repeal the McKinley law and tho federal election law, and admit Utah, New Mexico and Arizona as stutes. Indianapolis Sentinel. There Is no saying that tho victory was un uccident The triumph bus come from a long tour years light for principle, and we havo won on principle. Democracy knows thut it can win now every time. Federalism has been driven out again and it cannot reenter without a new disguise of speciousness. Kansas City limes. The triumph of democracy Is the triumph of patriotism over venalltv and corruption. It Is triumph of the people over tho plutocrats. Let the democrats rejoice then. Let tho people rejoice heurtlly and "in everything give thunks." Let the country thnnlt Hod for Its deliverances from tho hands of tliu spoilers! -- Illinois Mato liegitter. whatever success am in a U e achieved in this life measure Indebted to you. Ileiuir led as I am of, your recent exnressha f confidence. I can only say, my frit Js I am deeply grateful. "While ns democrats we rojolco wf the great victory we have achieved, no should not forget that wu are " Americans. Democrat and rcpubl.i am alike, we have one country, ondts-tiny- . The glory attacheil to the iocr lean name and American nchloveiirc's belongs exclusively to no partv or tton, but It Is the common heritsgr f all our countrymen, nor should we ' get that we are equally Interested n having wise legislation and hor I methods in government mar to paidoued for saying that the camps ;n just closed Iih-- s been singularly f to T is from personal lillillcation. should be a matter of rejoicing to men who place a high estimate urul personal character and who value ' e good name of those to whom are c n tided important public trusts. "I take plensurc in bearing tcstitn DV now, as I did when the contest was andetcrmined, to tho ability and h It character of the gentlemen whowc-- a candidates for office upon the oppo.u tickets. "In his great domestic liereavement the president of the 1'nlted Mateo the heartfelt sympathy of all his coun trymen. "It has been truly said that the late campaign recalled the era of good feeling which marked the administration of President Monroe. May we not hope thut the great political struggle of 1S9J between two eminent citizens, Harrison aud Cleveland, "the chosen representatives of the two great pares will inaugurate a new-- era In American politics and that calm discussion and respectful consideration for the opinions of our opponents will charactcri-- c the presidential contests of the future. "While this contest has been waged upon n high plane tho issues Involved have Wen none the less clearly nnd distinctly defined. We firmly believe that the welfare of our country and of Its humblest citizens are lmund up In the success of the great historic party of which ue arc memliers. "Wo favor a larger measure of com mercial freedom to tho end that employment be given onr own skilled labor and that the I'nitcd States be the successful competitor in the markets of the world. We favjr the free ndmls-hionf raw materials. It is a part of our political creed that o tariff is a tii.' and that tax Is paid by the consumer. Wc earnestly favor the reduction to a minimum of tariff taxes upon the necessaries of life. "To the end that we may havo n stable government In the states, avoid race disturbances and secure to ull sections of our country the prosperity and happiness which spring from good gov eminent, we are unalterably opposed to the passage of the force bill. Wo fnvor the strictest economy in expcndi lures of the public money. at Oreely, Kan. "The verdict of tho pcoplo has beei Dai.to.v has a new Masonic lodge. pronounced against a protective tariff At Owcnsboro, Jennie Moorficld, 10, but let no apprehension bo felt that pretty but tough, went to n deserted the business Interests of tun country tenement with a man. A huge fire was will be imperiled. A reduction i to built on the hearth and during the tariff within safe lines will cousins night the girl's clotbbig caught lire and tioldostioy the business interest! of she burned to death. the country. .Mjooik, the little daughter of Jeff "For the first time in nlmost :i iM l.vaus, of Hal Inn! county, tho other day of a century the democratic parU nlll ate tho heads of somo matches, middled control nil departments of the go- iu a fow hours in agony. The child got With this great power nlll into a box of matches, and hnd eaten come grave responsibility. You tivo about a dozen when discovered. wisely selected for the highest r",co Tut: remains of a white infant wore known to our constitution a statctaan found in tho bottom of n well on Saline whose administration has stood the creek, in Trigg county. In a bad stnto of critical test and is a guarantee of uiut decomposition. Tho mystery will bo Is to follow. Best assured that ilh investigated. Orover Cleveland as president un with OVF.Il M)b armed men rode luto(!ray the senate nnd house controlled by son and forced Hallrond Tax Collector n of his political faith the goirrn-meresign. No one wants the job will lie safely administered nd llrown to legislation will be in tho interest of all now. C, It. I'boctoii was killed by cars near people. am not unappreclatire of tho high Wlckllfie. "I J. II. JtitoAPS became angered nt S. I. honor accorded me by my country men, nor am I unmindful of its gre.t re- Timminc, over in tho edge of Lewis sponsibilities. I can only suy as I hid county, because Timmlne rejoiced over you good night that it shall he my the election, and struck him over the earnest endeavor to discharge the du- head with a seasoned club, causing n ties of the groat oflice you hate com- severe and probably fatnl fracture, mitted to my keeping and Unit jou will Timmlne Is n man of large family aud u never have occasion to i egret tint con very Inoffensive citizen. Ithonds Is 11 fldence so generously bestowed mon natlvo of Ohio, and has mado good his I 1 Dc-e-n 1 Chrl-mnnn, r- -t -1 n e, 1 m-- "For le formed at Lexington, with a member ship of sixty-ninAt the temporary organlratlan the following officers w cro elected: Carl BUbrocht president; Ova. Horstman, secretary; Itarnard I'otsuh, treasurer. Slt).M;r Kehrick, a boy, was brutally murdered at l'ltasur itldge park, Louisville, by lien Cooper, a Negro, who without causa or warning tired the a musket IntoSldney'astomseh, Cooper met Kerrlck, r. , mn- - time nod exclaiming, "I killed your boy," disappeared In ths bushes. Parties with a rvpc are after Cooper. Tiik Southern hotel, of Hopkinsvllle, with all its contents, was entirety ilt stroyed by fire the other night, nnd a number of other houses were badly in Jured. The Ion to J. W. Yancy, owner of tho hotel, Is nlwtt 110,000, with IT.000 insurance. Other losses l000, with I. ,500 insurance. The origin of the lire Is not known, bnt Is supposed to hao a defective Hue. Am, the Indictments returned by tho last grand jury of Hancock county woro stolen from the circuit clerk's utlke. The discovery was made when the rlcrk went to the oflice. A largo number of criminals nro confined In Jail, and n number of them were to be tried lu a fow dnys. There is no clew to ilia rather shrewd robber. At Wllmore, Joiner nyming farmer, filtered the corntlwhl where (leorge Woods was working and Mild. "I reckon you've lived long enough" Ho tired a charge from a shotgun into Woods and then gave hltundf up. He is of unsound mind, and sas lie jumped Into the Kentucky river after tho killing in order to drown himself. roiii'jcr llitooKs' child, terribly burned eomo time ago at Cordova, In dend. Kha.vk SmvAnT, alias Smith, of Cin cinnati, was Jailed nt IxuisviI!o fur stealing bicycles. A hiiootim! nffrsy occurred on the south fork of Ited river, Estill county, In which John 1 early was shot by in. Mcintosh. Yearly hurrahed for Cleveland and abused Mcintosh. He was fatally shot Jacob WAnnr, known everywhere as "I'nelo Jake," died near Hates tho othr night He was pnst 100 years of age, nnd has lived all his life In this state. Tun body of a white babe was found in a pastelioard box at Hlghthand High streets, Paris, Gossips' tongues are busy trying to fix the parentage. James Wins., a merchant at It Ice station, on the I!., N L. .t R It It, while Resisting in tiring anvils at a Cleveland nnd (Stevenson celebration at that point, was terribly burned by the explosion of a can of powder he was holding in his hand. Hoth ejvn were badly damaged, which will cause permanent blindness, probably death. A uiun who extinguished the flames was seriously burned. Af.nt.itT Hahsks, of Jlowen, Powell county, was assassinated by unknown parties on the road between Ilowennnd ML Sterling, the other night. Ills liody was fnirly riddled with rltlo balls, llarnes was a popular man, and no ron son can be given for the tragedy. !o one Is ccn suspected, as Ilarncs was not known to have an enemy. IU:hL WitiouT, near Tollcsljoro, hnd the misfortune, to lose au arm while grinding cane In a mill. Had it not been for the quick nctlon on the part of the drlverho would have been killed, ItoiiEnTT, Taw.tox, of Sardis, aged forty-fivwas killed in ft railroad wreck con-lenti- noi-a-general lence law reported 'a- orably w made a tpeclal order far sett s Tuesday, and the resolution petitioning to repeat the federal election taw was ud j need to Its second reading Mr Carroll, by maiilrnous consent, lhe bill ron ernlng the circuit court ot I.oulTlle, with ths features stripped from tt, to whiih the gns ernor obycted to tn hla veto. Tho of a few other small bllla left the hous wills nettling to do ngatn, and the apeaker axatn told the committer. In id many words that It was THC AMERICAN SOLDIER. time for them tn get tu work and report to tho house some of Ihefortr-odbills that are In the Ta Kumi lllni Well tou Mast Toll with bands of the various committees On motion Hint. of Mr Walton, a coromltleo wu apputnlcd la To know tho American soldier well wait on theie-laor- y commission art t nj c- -t it you must toil with him over tho desert to report soirtot Its propoeed statutes for Ihn house Adjourned till Monday morning sill trail when tho sun itcats hotly down on o'clock. tho dry ami vcrdurclrs earth, nnd the In white clouds that htda the dust A UKiiviA.s democratic club has Wen column from view, ami tills the eyes, AOVENTURE. Amuslo. inn Jfnt at ttia Tlmo It tt Happened. A lady who liaa been traveling abroad related an ndventurr, as the Youth's Companion, which befell her In Italy in n railway train, an adventure that Is not without It amusing side. Her husband put her into a compartment alone, nnd wont to attend to the luggage. After ho had gone a villain fellow got In, nnd presently the train started off, thi husband not appearing. Tho lady was naturally n good deal disturbed, nnd the wny In In which tho strungcr looked nt her did not tend to diminish her agitation. Suddenly, still with his eyes tlxed tip on her, tho man took from Ids pocket a large clasp knlfo and opened It Then ho rose nnd deliberately cut from the ss Indow blinds their cords, and began to knot them together. Tho lady win terrified almost to death. Sho rspoct-eto Iw strangled on 0m spot, nnd began appealing to tho stranger to spur her. He only laughed brutally, answering her In Italian, of which she. did not understand a word. Thon ho pulled off his cont and wnlst-coa- t, and Just as tho terrified woman was almost propnrrd to fling herself out of tho compartment of tho swiftly moving train, ho knotted tho cords so as to piece out a broken suspender, put on Ids coat and waistcoat, and sat quietly down lu a corner, whcr he went quickly to sloop. Tho husband, who had by mlstaka got Into n wrong comportment Just as tho train was starting, and who Joined his wife nt tho net station, fouud her on tho ergo of hysterics from the, of tho fright she had undergone. Was g d A RAILROAD Christmas Wlda Awake. Tha December Wide, Awnke Is a Iroa Christmas number nnd has, therefore, the full Christmas' flavor, from th beautiful colored frontispiece that oneus It to the funtastlo flower piece that ends It of tho Ico Qtioeu In her grotto, drawn by Henry cjandham to accompany Mrs article, "The Vagaries of hitnta Clstts." ' The llltieooat School," the fnmons Ttufllsh school In which Charles Lamb at other noted Kng!siinien were educated, by LouUo Imogen Gulney, Is h hly Interesting nnd fully Illustrated by Joseph lVnunll, "Mr. Van Oelt's ae." hy William 0, Stoddard, To in s strong story succeeds an equally strong Christinas ballad by It. Mncdon-a- ' I Alden, "How Lajla Found the " I booutlfnlly Illustrated by 1 hrist-chlld,- Ibis frontispiece Is a representation I I lorglatspacsagawllhetsryt-urchaa- a. tess:ibnf..b'.and the con-.- ir pars Iwr ao lla I ' "T?i rTk l LTrvTEf R S sjm" iKrrlll. lhe new serials that commence In tins Christmas number are of unusual es ellence. They are W. O. Stoddard's Hrtolutl nary story, "(luert Ten Kyck;" M lly l.lllot Soawell's navm story, "The Midshipmen's Mess," and Theodora It. Jrtinrss's Indian story, "l'lokee and her IVoplet" all finely Illustrated. A rteslache, foul breath. Sour itomach, heart. tie. ghtful Chrlstmns plur for young burn or d) spe sla, contlatkin, pple, "Wishing," by WUIIaiu llrnnt Is given complete, with directions for ln and Moatlnr in lha PIstixM after eetln?, hums representation (. Itooiiich, fhortiici uf broalh, ;ains In t l,e Price M cents. fA40 a year, i). L0TU1101 Lolil'AM', rubllshera, Huston, Mass. y A splendid auls deprcwed ones tired, notlilna scrm to tajto Mss flRinit; "Hnw nittch Is your In o tne, Ctiatllni" Mr llridlii-''Y- ou ought sleepless and all umtrtini, treaLiiow, dehllily. Caareslt l'eeMtaalsr(0efMtl,lf Be4 Wax tt knowpou siend U all, my door.' na I4. anted, IH(ila IU lfca yea IS arvuijr'L.i!c. Mae, (1.00 aire. At llrilBCla'a. 40r. fr-(mule SValtalka IrM, lr It strange paravlox that fust ooloia U..IU.'Knaiicn I'A llMUk'llmoitanToa, H. Y. , Co., ln. aiocoloit list will iiot run. boston Trail, RooT lUlioiisucss, loor Digestion, fr-ll- laoss of Appetite. r't, fu I -- script California tn iimki quick n ' .,- In Three and K comf'-rliihl- One.llalf HH-e- t Hays, lf)ou !C UiCulltoriitaauJ o nr mcv o rlis tho mustache, tho ears, the mouth, with profanity and voxntluu. Here I where his songs aud J ke proclaim the stuff that he Is made of, says Harper's Weekly Then when you are seul out with him lu thi) dead of winter over tw euty Inches of Snow, your equipments nnd supplied ou bobsludt, ho It U that dismount tlmo and ngain without a murmur, pushing to help tho mules up hill, sd repacking the overturned slrd a dozen times In n day, then, after It all, digging bis hole lu the snow, nnd put Mug up hit tent nt night all the tlmo joking with hit "Ilunkle," and rrniiyrt ever to steal n wisp of hay or 11 haudful of sits for his shivering !u'!-- e. He it is that JiiniM-i- l Into n boiling hot spring to uvo tho life, of 11 daughter of a privnto clllien a deed for which the 'ltiicn, who wain rich man, proffered the astounding sum of fle dollars, and t tho the gold modal of honor, he that took a Hat bottomed boat out In a heavy sea In .Sow York harbor to reo-u- o a drowning boy; that lost his life for his fidelity whllo. attempting to swim nn Icy Urcam with lispatchcs; who single-hande-d senrrsi n Tell gun through tut uetlon with a but let lu his leg, to hold n position; he that of anything but fott believe Incsp-ibl"burking faro" und drinking strung bqunrs. A (Jneer Iprentatlon. Tho Assumption convent of Paris has undertaken a strange business speculation, namely , the erection of n lodging hoiio for married women suing for divorce and desirous of withdrawing from their wonted society circles uutil they shall bo free ngnln to look for new ties. In tho same- - building rKm will bo rented out to foreign young Indies Entahlug their rducntlon and studying art A strange combination' Is It the Intcntiou to improve the morals of tho Indies expecting divorce, or to cVuento the young Indies fordltoroe candidates? Anyhow, In gay Paris the pious speculation promises success. An exaggeration. Osy Tho Wid ow Wwl wears very heavy mourning. Day Yes; but she doesn't feci as blaek as she Is drcaseiL luok. gou-rnracuo ttintiuer, nirchuae jLiirtlr r'tlstlio Ulilmjo A: riorlh-ieu -. 11, l1,.,,!! ull I Kotilllllt, I'm. Iltrt littilraivliig rt,oinilerliigrtiri I U'js r m Chlctiga to Hu I'lnarlsco j nro run W tlioi tt da) a. a x I" thrrt- - sttd t)tniloi urnlshtst tourist sleeping cars I.irht doctors trcatctl tne for Heart vvhl. Ii iuHiiiiinn.ui 01. ran are a so ' l'i Isi pro, el bv ms ngrrs h, t ling either Disease nul otic for Klictitnatisnt, flrat c r x and 1 lass tl ke a ut n is t of only but did mc 110 good. I could not I I iJ lr ' Hi iiuiii Chloagu tu Ssmh 1 Jvvery thing tint I took other California y fits lhe ncnk alott ti ur of partnroof Iraliis fiom ("Mcego into the Stoiiirch distressed inc. I affuribi r 'Upt oonueition With a i trams could not bleep I had taken all from t i I st and Hi'uth mborutiia Through a tl ket, ntlottlng nine inctiilis' kindi of medicines. es.ars h giving oliinnlei of Cnllforneighbor I jot one of your book... sUylnll llo-ale p at b in leas ha, r I procured n bottle of Ctccn's Augertataons and fn I lt,rrirntlii ing ear ran lie irj of ill) lliksi as'rnt. orhy ust I'lcwcr nml tool it I am W A Tkrd'l Iteneinl 1'aaseu UiiJrcss stmit hearty and htrntig and enjoy ger ami rLet Agent L'hicagu CS .Surth the lc.ior health August w eaten. U 1 , Chk ugu 1 one-ha' 1 tau-Mic- o -' et -y In the dcetra onnmlrkl, 'August Flower" Coin Is.iHlse for the K--r rsc'a Hut's wh jour pookct- - Mrs. Sarah ' ait MSen ran liaie ithleUUp Uanvltk I lii-ci- o. savetltnylifcatidg.cmc my health. J Cox, fx fiance, O. tou," I no fond tou routs In stamps to I ! rmlcW, II I'. A T. ogent C, I. () II .(. 1' L K. Clnc'nnuti. and got a. ropy of ''. famntis Martha Washing-- I SvO pnge-- s fully llluatrat toiiciss il Li-- .r II'ho.t selrot vestlbilted tratitt I). Iftwccn Ctnrinnstl riflhct 'go. the Martha Washington ni d CI cook b k Is unrirallrd. The book w .1 be nt prrinUL "If Were They all Testify TathaUkarr cS?5S?iH! UTa- ef tka WolVeao--na4 ?J?vnaWaVN T aLaaWaaaaT Swift's Specific aM time trvca Iks l -- The rentdr -- raraio act Ui has tha 0e 1 stml Unfa ange, t.o You to l4s.," larjier's ltmar But He Win I value nioitl ray peace of mlnJ ' iiivli a small , ' tradk-ata- . No Wonder They Croat. vlroam g is permissible tatbe rheumi.Uc u-- l l.et.1 Usnll liouipi ta arlu I, I, s. Indlgetlion anmonta, suk - n ir aKloumh Hitters, gouliltig maMy with gindf ring nea ami n luck 0.1 -- 1 paUim, tie. ImIIous answlll en ien when they aiiiin be tins Witr-nr- 1 siwstniini the ailments ii( mhru.lTo riuic-d- . 11 illustraloj ailK-- r nt phjslral otrrcme - lcias d oe tba I tarns iiatwax'l res all of lis o.wasrs frtmt wliMa all yield 14 lala potest lit s'mple -- eoxdj. II Is as saeralt soau llidiiptkitas4rrUe,rsiTaMiliaraes tttadlty. or artalaa fms lapaira bead lor strraio. Lsamtiwilhaprwf. " rtH--J rraa. Uauk s oa " Mvl sad Sala I4tea Aeff II. Jr(-ts- f thytt.Ua ask d. Tbetelanotli tilat which I iVtwaatlmm-dUUIr eiafiK1'llca -- att UhlulWsarpHealsal 1 lha dKrtkl soivtj tt I hsi SWirT QPECIFIC 00., Dtawtrj, Attanta, Oa. Hii.ut;i t,en. l.iIVs too much his slor re with outa.- Slap of the t'nlled slate. I.trrfl Imitdsomn Mai of tho t'nited 8 tea, onutoil sii.l aullatblr) foroftho.r ha nous, la ibmiisI br H"ute 1 ilea iil l,o iu,tilrtl tai any aJdroes r 11 re 1, ' H. e I of In "hi. n'lita in Ha,ftj, c;ei. Pass, Agcut, V , II til) II It, i huaieii, 1IL tl r. fvJttiokuul mlr 111 BileBeMis Small aiseanlee. 11 -. T'( va bnrclnr doesn't rare ast thing atmut y(li jo ir house lie la t,tte4 .lrulr.iUa-.eltn, --V- In tllden Times Pcoplo overlooko I the Importance of per mancnlly tionoiltliil efTects und wcro satis llisl tritli transient ai turn bHt nnw that It Is Keiierally known t.'iat Kyrup ot Kiss will , ertnuiiiitl.i- turn Inbltual eonslipatl-.nlll not buy other well Infornie-- I peoplo laxatives, wliic'i ni.. for a time, but Qna'd) lnjuro the system. - rutirrh tsot cannot ba cured with Mall's Ca'irrhfure Taken Internals r J. 1'liKXi.r t Cu, I'ropra,, Tolc-l- O. wilt trlvei UOOrowanl Itradatle au fnranv cased buttle, I "ilea I Iletnre "7. i t IT, Pllloiia Alla'ks. KleV n.ll pjl lun. 4) U eaa.li I ur by dnis'iats. 70 aad aampU dMa ft- curs J I SVI1H A CO.. r P'Meti, Sftf rO-- T liauo' V 11 1 ' aonstc l'noruaai. "lvikl'' "Yes ' "No" "Jlluo." Kllegcodo lllst I tn Tuns Kirns ,Mn ot Halo's iney 1 llorrlioim I nnd Tnr forCous'ha KC'a TooiImcIio Uropi Curo In one minute Tun r. ason that r cb men lisveao many tends is bcoatisn tln am caplt.il fcllTHs at. rvhc tor I I)or SHILOHS CURE", nim Do yoT aak a f ugitit 0 how he "comes on Ask him kytv U l ''glng off." Dallas Nows. ' rnreaCon.tnnptlon, t'onh,Cronp,Hora Throat, ho' J hy all Drocji.u oa a Ouaiaatae. THE MARKETS. ClVftVVlTI I.IVB STOCK ratlle-t'omrno- Snw ntl iwiit uuiriirni.. tlool pickrra Slll:i;c-I!- ra . . LSMIIHllutthwa riaUUK-- tt Inter fumll) S red OltAIV -- W heot-.S11 3 rut ,. t'orn-N- u S mlied.. " mlitd. lkl-- o, Itye-N- aS . .. Vo. ,.. TO 3 (u ft l ft 'al (t 3 4 ;. tin si;i ul ft TJ 4 .it lie, W 1thV.1& , vj?i.f."al n" 'peincdy '-- jaiJ - fw0 AtODJKSKA. 1 S ID tt ii (tin it S Si u ;i I. 2. t r 41 Cv , ss. the equoJ of Wlieii some one nslteJ this f.irrpws actress hv she preserves her be.mtv, he sjIJ: "I nin not economical with my 1IAV I'rimei 10 TOIIAICO-Mciili- im l'ItflVSIoNS-.M- ua Uiadlraf ., choice leaf . IJM (ti: m 10 10 M, IA l Isrl Prime steam hl rk... W M IS 71 an m forttyeFn.ijtiMjd SenJthfl(t lli.it ever liveJ of smiles, snJ tears a J dollars. It Is that I have still retilneJ the power to feel eer thine whether rI.iJ or saJ most intensely, to IjurIi anJ cry within the s.tme moment 11 inonev or tny emotion-.- . I am the eiiest l'OTA.OKS-l'crb- 1'rtn e lo chnlce creamery. I'rlmo, tier bhl. Al'Pf.i: NKW VOItlt to fancy rod. dairy SO IM it i i'i S ?7 e .' a .1 FferineaienlrCuili op pixins si7drcl7e$ UltAIX KJ5UttKalr I'OHK-Nii- sr,, 4 rOItN'-- Na w Wrrat L'niraJcd .1 S mlicd steam. .. CIIK'ACHX winii-,.,!.- .,. 7J r; s 1 at fo'-i- ;i ' Or, aaaWfJByiaaaar'alaaaataaaaaaT' I.. MID (JltAlN-W't,.ut- mni Western ,.i3 ri .. 3 an so u 10 n (I & . jso 1 urn-- tt OUh N'ii I.AUD-Mca- . ( li'cflBo S .Sa r insl mirlni: .. .'., sj - tn IHIllll 7' i 7." Bull's Cough Syrup SiiirffiK: . lQ ... IM II ui QIJ.V) , I M 72 Si IS 41 UHAIN rUMTll- - rarnlly -- W hnil-- Na forn M xoil Oals Mixed t.AItl) - llvtinrd OUIt-M- IIAI.T.'MOIIK. !f PAPER GUTTER A ees ty. . , . .'Arn.K-nr.twua.i- ... .." .v. (IKAI.V-Wheat- -Na torn Nu O'ls riaOIJIt-Win- IN'DIANArOf.tS S rr--l red Nu J , .".. -' "Ml UliU (710 Ul III 4 ta almost, th.it keeps tne ), our.a;." Most people Rrow morose and inel.iiuhnly as they grow old. One reison fur this Istlut they suffer terribly with Indigestion When the stf ma h fails, the vital foaes 5oon do I cllne, the form loses Its roundness the I step Its elastkity and Igor. All tins can be cuarded against by tdltinr. the Laxatl. a Gum Drops. Thce Otim Urops contain a tine cathartic embodied In Rum drop ma Icrl.il. I hey contain no di.ii;reenble tasti of medicine. I hey can be Riven to children sithotit the slightest danger. In fad so mlid .ind penile are they, thst many people may think they have no elfect upon I them, hut If they will persevere for eral nights in their use, tliry will notice that will receive the utmost benefit from they their ue. ( set tins great remedy of any dealer. The small boxes are 10 cents, tin larcc boxes j; cents, SYLVAN KL.ViLDY CO, Wails, !!!. e ln 7', no .! Anson fl SECONDHAND Hardy Power Gutter. OAK EASILY UK UoWEi? n 4 I.OtllSVlf,r.K -- . trr uiiai.'s Corn Mixed ,. POIIK-Mr- ra l.AKD-Su- um lu- - Mlxtsl . ... ... neat pitent. .' ril. 4 no 7l't n dfr CHANGED 50 TOAHANO MACHINE, 711, Mji t.ICaial.um. mm s TbcBcst Walerproof Coat In tho WORLD I 3li ll't l.U) UU Jl! U S IM A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., CIHCAOO, I lala. SUCKER Tl.allSII lilt SKIS Hi trKCn Is wsrranled wslar. prOofsiMlwUI keep f),i dry In llioMrdeilstuna. The sew lull Ml I. Sl.lt kKJI Is a neriKl rhlim coat, and eoersilteenilesiaddla. Itawarebf'lmlisllvua. IStnt iirami-i- s nut on it, niuilia bar a real iriiia-Il- is A.J TllWKIl, lti;tnn. lsts. Hmell, anal tf&rfK 71-'- .'' S&!l r z- comes, no matter how tlurk tho ilouiU are, vibcn tho ncinnn vuo Is bnrna 11 auNSHiNK ilou by w 01 nan's trouliles turns to Dr. 1'icrce'a V'av. orlto I'tvactliition, If licr II fo is innilo filobiny by tlie tlironlc Mtnknesaen, doll-ont- o Sliirplilnn Ifialilt Cured In 10 "''"' UrlUaafl un. j, ""t"' 'P"yltill (iiriMi, Kit I'llhSV UbHi, Ohio. " . sarsiatiuuraruexikM-MsataBl -- 1 I tbuHorce, Kaatoma Taarto and ... .. MhsM.u, as w, z?r.T. i.iisrEiffataTOei'aTrr.iisr -- ?,vr:ff (OlMt . ma" escape. & VT ini'iiU, ami mlnftil ilisnrileni Hint afflict I r noi, tboy are completely oitretl. If nbo'i -- One of tho most ahnmelul political campaigns ever conducted by the re publican party has been placed on tills year. It will be placed In the unnulb of history ns the organized (.n, dcavofof wealth to icttiin supremiey for no higher purpose than to scemc the prizes of legislation. Hospera'ion marked every step of the contest and all pretensions of decency wore thrimn to the winds. Doubtful states wouut-unlcmoney wits lavishly iimi tn the bitllot ho.-,- nnd th ,,t j objectlonnblo fcnttiiis f the 'oil In tho pltitn all t. w wore liitrndil ,. V. Iil.'lt ikVI'O i a.a'l 11II1I I'lililini. .1... lepuhilcun intity. Dftioif 1'rcc Vu- -, reo-or- d -, 111. 1 . I David l.Kiiroitt) und Anthony Wythe, colored, Involved in 11 orwoibl, " nervous, or (lie bail new if shooting-affra- y d. at .New stead, Christian county, during which tin intter whs shot four times by his udvorsary and fatally wounded. The troublo was over recent rjuiirrcl between the sisters of tho men, who were badly enrved tip during Meeting tho other day tho the nffray. men renewed tho family feud. Illytho fell to the ground after being shot and soon nftcr expired, Lcdford escaped and is still at largo. Tiik post ollico ut ilnllburg, Hitncock county, will be dicontlutied after tliu 11 ttrenKtlicnliiK norvlno, iinrel v isri table. TXTectly linrmletn. It miriiliiteH nml promote nil tbo projier funttlotLS of womanhood, linprovra dlgtatlon, onrlehca tlio lilrnxl, flUpela aclira anil pains, brlnm refrnliint alivp. 'n stores licnltli nnd vlRur. Tor cry " fouuua coinjilaliit" nml tll.turliaiico, It U tlio only remedy to Mini nnl unfailing that It ran be (ruaraiif-fii. llfer.rUf.trt'p.tb " l'avorlto In n ioivcrf ul, tonlo and a soothing and ' ICOo. JprJfinta A lrafgtatl or b tuiit KLT UllCf)., to V una Bt, N. Y. Kdttril. If it OuUUp Abforbti. ' FOLKS REGUCED I'.h.iiibiiII... ,,.! h.n.l. who hare aeak lungs er Asthma, should use I'lso's Curator Cnnsumptlon, It has cured Ihnasanila, ft has not Injur. vuunni I,,, uu, nan loiasv It Is Ike bssieoiiilisrrup. Hold rvu, Jrl 0 . tML,rtrtnoalh bj liivrmtoMlif rbl ImtuMle. AstUrrUi.noliMonri tinni nn iavi uwi. rlrtlF nnnndD triA '"' (iHirjaAloVliaiJa'rtiaal Wl&Bl mis raraa-te- r Viia rf INI money back. If It doesn't lienctlt or cure, you havo your uressHir sll iilhrrs rail. A'tJrrii iivjtai-nni- orairiiiiima tntilii, ST.bO I'll RIFLtS' ti(; WATCHES eferrher-- . tSe. I 148fl" la iMl 80th l"t. FITS! VTMaii tuit IIHI. Trial Untile Tree hi mall. a raria eun 'eftUlf U ilHiPoAiiilOiiuiiirCo iMBtili..UtH.U,U, Hap Wtllt AUlb4lfoiaff BICYCLF8lb lilts-)!-. -- .y 111 li fit hffV't t4 fcf mtl'M etele that laa saw lha tun iisti ro tiiti aa. ii ii aet.rlla.aaMt icaaa DEATS I"b AVorli of THE EIFPEL. Nature lu Wyoming. Wonder Drill's Tower, a fctnnK Ouc of naturo's stratipcst freaks, ono of tho (,'roiitost wonders of tlit) world, Is the Devil s tower, or, ns the Sioux In titans chII it, the mnteo tqico, or the bear's lodge, which stands on the batiks of tho La IVmrchr river, lu northeast-rr- n county of Wyoming, bays the Portland Orejronlan. Tho country for fifty miles nround consists of hljfh table lands, deep canyons and narrow fcrtllo valleys nothing to iudicatn the iosl-bl- c existence of auy such freak of na11 ture, Tho tower Is a fjljrantle column, a, monster obelisk of liivn, hich rises to n height of 1.TJ7 fret, almost tulce thn height of the MtTel tower. At tho base, tho liuyu shnft measures 821 feet through in one direction. Hugh crystals of the volcanic roclc, measuring from 1 to 3 feet through, ttart at tho baso nnd run unbroken to tho top, giv-lu- g to the column a peculiar fibrous appearance, even when viewed from tlio tablelands forty mllns away. How did it get there? "llow was It mndo? Once in awhile, in tho present an" er drum. ago, we have heard how portions of tho tlii-bottom of ono of the oceans have been Call hes nels'hlwr nil together; I'm a fin' ter ty 1Hk IHrrrtrd nt lli oinfllril llrpub-llrasome fun pushed up by volcanic forces, and I'm er join' ter celcbratln', sn' rr treatin' o' Poor old Carter! even a new islnnd added to tho thrr tmy. A The tariff is a tax. l.ortl, ther ount Is uilxhty so,i.' demo- charts. Ages on ages ago similar Step aside. Mr. lliseock! crallc Illinois. forces started a Jet of lava up Carry the news to Caruegle. from the bat torn of tho nncient geologWisconsin, too, by ginger, t.it New JerClot A public ofllce is n public trust. sey A'n't It treat. ical ocean that covered all the northWho frowed tint brick? McKlnley. inortgarc on west nt that tinio. Tho squirt of molten tlot erNutmeg state. ther 'lectors fr.nn tli Millie The Illinois Hermans fought nobly. rock evidently did not break through Illinois tfonc democratic. Holy mnik'rei ft me Your 'and. .luilgo (ireshum, y'r 'and. it into the waters atiovc, but froze, as shout Who said New York could be taught? an iron man would say, in tho bolo It Hip, hurrah, tor Clrover CleselanO J. as we'll IUkuIUv campnlgus have had their turn the rcali omt lid made. ThisItsslow coollnu of?, tho -- Hydir A.L tn f asuso Dispatch. day. snulual loss o llerv energy, probaWhat do you think of tho Ice cart bly lasted for many long je'ars, and THE BURCHAnD OF 1802. now? garo time for thn partloles to orrnngti Matt Quay feels ery comfortable, themselves In tho huge crystals that The Srnselest VI liliiiperlng nf lleputillran Organ. thank you. arouse all of our astonishment Now let Pat Kgan challenge White-laThe Ch'caijo Inter Ocean, under the Held. head of "llurchard and larneglo," WANTON KILLING OF GAME. The "rainbow chasers" got there in to show that Andrew Carnegie Wasteful slaughter of Deer to Oreg-u'Illaine had great shap.'. was the llurchard of Will Lead to Their Eitermlnatlon. Parties who havo been out hunting in tho country between tho head waters of REPUBLICAN HINDSIGHT IS UNIMPAIRED. tho forks of tho Santiam brlug back accounts of a wholosalo destruction of deer in that region by Indians. I SSX Hands of Warm Spring and ICllckltat If All .VOAWNCWt-THOM , EFE UE Indians, numtwring from ono hundred VjlNCc? IPIIO-- ROOMS and fifty to two hundred, get pcrmlsilon republican about July 1 to come over Into tho Willamette, valloy to pick hops, and 7-- W. lenvo their reservations. They come in over tho Santiam nngon road and tnako a camp nt Indian Prairie, and then a grand round-u- p of deer. They surround a vast tract of country on their ponies, says tho Portland Oregonian, Which they rido through a country that a white man can hardly get through on foot, and drive the deer townrd a common centor and slaughter them by hundreds, killing bucks, fawns nud $HQM!.STED wAD BEEN doe indiscriminately, drying tho chpice parts of tho meat for winter sups litM xita fATrioi and this tiCERSO i Inllu-oncevol-oany. Piatt on tho contrary wn expert, and experienced an a politician. Illinois pono democratic! Stop, rat uJ Whs l thinks In! did his speeches In great r tun I I'm Wtle hard o' hearlrt' sn' I'm jctJiii old shnK and wc may recall that ho snd grav talked wildcat, withdrew his eulogy of l wnio tnlMalce, about It. vh Hue Jou Must Cleveland, pictured nnnrchv nnd consn me were fusion In the event of UnrrWonV out-throSuchn thine hs nesrr happened in it u( HllllOlK pralocd thai political aceldeney, Whltelaw Held, und emitted no end of Truth, you say' Well, dnrn my liut'tn ef hilo he was on rhetorical rubbMi ln t too good tor liellcvej l?oh all tlstitiooks how I'cnn NUiu ihetn the stump llrotl.cr Piatt, as h calls other chips '11 Brieve. His him, was running the machine. Illlnolfironc democratic) Hold me. Jc r tr III hand was on tho lever and he ran right tiut. Into a landslide. "Tho engine simply An" onro more a public offlco hn n plunged Into tho obstructions, and we public trust nil know the result." Tell me, whar l 11111 McKlnlur? 1. ctu We all do know the result, nnd It Is tcrhlm the new Won't them iluis In l'lnnsyhunr In " " ,ul none the less acceptable In that It will tit o blues make a permanent retirement from i t;ot New Verk and InJIanyJ Holy l. political activities of the "big hear me shout) Knocked them llf protection fuller 'i ilcir four" of New York. Warner Miller may return to the building of his Nicfirst round do u and out. aragua canal, lliseock will lo dropped An Ohio. Ily Jcruslem' carried 11 i v.Klnfrom the senate and Piatt and Depew state' le' the blrthplice o' may go on to their hearts' content In l but Murium protection , filler, tills I great mutual bickerings as to which of them I'm jest ripnUn' o'er with laughter. ' Vrny s is most to blame for n result upon (tone our wav. . 'l'tarit trr mewe'sn got tho country and we which neither had the slightest Chicago Times. own the earth Hill, en out an' pet some rockets. On jcannon PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. ILLINOIS JI-- GONE DEMOCRATIC. De-pe- w Ileruorratlo AT STEVENSON'S HOME. llejulclnjt titer Adlal'e Kir. t Ion. KENTUCKY I 1 STATE NEWS. tr ' The homo of Vice President Elect btetenson, nt llloomlugtoii, 111., wis thn sccneof ndcmocratiucctcbtntlotic.it Monday, Novemb-14, in honor of the Victor, of the democratic presidential Matty callers were cnndi'lates. by Mr. Mouuison din lug thn day, and In thn evening there was a general demonstration throughout tho r . " it caiuhnl of jolllllcatlon and happiness was never before witnessed In lllootnington as that which attended the democratic latltlcalion meeting In tho evening. Soon after dusk the ilein ocrnts men, women ami children-gathe- red about the courthouse square, bonfires were lit mid u scene of the wildest enthuslRsm followed. Drum cnrps, brass bands, gangs of linru-blnicrs and beaters of tin pans nnd cowbell ringers united to causu pandeiin-tiluwhile the sVy was streaked with rockets and roitiun candles. A procession was formed, headed by the Steven-so- n escort club, with a band and the. first voters' club, and marched to tlm Stevenson homestead through strctls densely packed with cheering humanity. Mr. Stevenson was driven to Ilia Drury theater and was received by an Immense throng of jubilant friends In the speech which ho made In acknowledgement of tho rec ptlon, ho v city. Such snid- - li AvtfYXmuM3MBr a( )u w forgotteu. t "For the henrly greetlmr nnd the kind expressions of men of ' parties I can only say I am ,irofotin ' grateful. I need hardly reinntl yo f my strong attachment for ti.is liea ful city I saw first in my tavh when it was but a village, win t railroads or telegraph, cont unipg l 1 I lis vis rejei a few hundred people-with you In Its growth and its The greater part of my life i lieen passed here, and tint this me Ml pllgrlinitge shall close lllonmliv.oti to-m. prun-1-U- "My Friends and Neighbors: I would ta more or less than luimun if I wero not deeply impressed by thp event, this hour. The deinonstratlei. recalls vividly the well'"' given me by my tow iismen ttpon'niy return to my home last June a'1"' clcse of the Chicago eoneiitlnn. !'' t welcome and the more than I'mu mentary address of my dlstturuis .1 friend. Uen McNulta, will rvcr K) rjMellvi, I'mreedlnte. BASRronv, Nov IT sNTr lhs sensts )! rtuttfi serd The Mil rceul.itu K th piiSHe ot fur I ans suwiititf mlinifr Inalrbctlen elreular I'ptnln thr selrclt.'Ti of t nhool Isikt In the is iriielltlotic.t nil Italy In n rallwny train, an adventure tlits cndsIL in muntlee wlifte noun rjet ttilug I'd frontispiece that Is lint without Its amusing side. n representnttmi A bill le tfiire the general iisi itil.j- M nts put her into u compart- nf tlm Ice Uuerii in her grotto, drawn lib Hit' Aim r.iuii Her husban i iii the lite resreoiitructe Henry Siitidhain to nccompnny Mr II xk tV ment ulune, nnd went to attend to tho Vt g llxt'st, llietioute refe-rrthe Mil rrporlrd luggage. After ho had gone a fsjndhulii'a nrtlcle, "The Vagaries of .noraMjf (rum tin" isonmiittre enlnternsl lin1 fellow got In, nnd present- hinta Clans," i, iciurnU trnnt'rrrtiia' th elates lliureot lit lho llluecoat School," the fnmons Mirsplkes to th eoninlia Iwrktollin CsilniiiH-- , ly the triiln started off, tho husband not appearing. Tho l.tdy wit iintuinlly 1 Mhool In nhlrli Charles Lamb e f. r pertff lion 'I lie Dlfki ison Mil, irxtilut-neiemptloni from rirrulleu for debt. are- - n good deal disturbed, nud tho way In Ri other noted Dngltslimen were raitlrd to Hie luiiiti.litro en 7cnrnil U1 In which tho stranger looked nt her did by LouUo Imogen Gulney, Is IbeMll relmbutHln jury luiid i'oiiiinl. not tend to highly Interesting nud fully lllustrHled diminish her agitation. nern In .ImUn UuteU illMrlct Suddenly, still with his eyes fixed up- b Joseph l'etitudl. "Mr Van dell's Mil Ininaelrfr tli" milury of the elrniit by William O. Stoddard ijeof Cstiipbrll ",i rrroinniHtMl to on her, the tuitti took from'lils poekot a To Hi roniinttteeen lli judlctar) upon nbjecilvn large clasp-kulfnnd opened it. Then th strong story succeeds nn equally eoniitltutl'ii.i'li to ha rose .'r nig Christmas ballad by II. Mncdon- Nu SNATr -- Only tele window mid deliberately cut from th Alil.n, "Row Lajlu Found the blind their cords, and hegau n tltlrrn senators were prrseai tlil inormnr, " beautifully lllustrut d by they were not itreded during lite Itrst tliri.j- - to knot them together i 'lho lady win i in ri,,n. 4 isrters of the hour thi I'nilf territled almost to death. Mm expect- M rrlll. wsa In much fulfirst time it theconsumednewly csinplttlr ed to ta strangled uu tho spot, nnd beIlia new serials that commence In new or teiilli Istrolmeit gan nppcnllug to tho strunger to spare th Christmas number are of unusual petitions Mil. Afterourd small They nrr W t). Stoddurd'i laughed reiwrtrd from riimwlttreaaiut her. p.tere upon thr etlcndirthe Jihl' I.tndsay, sweringlieheronly Italian, ofbrutally, an- es I'lleli. etiarv story, "(Inert Ten H.vik," Uttanceil In which she pes. duti r the oommlllee ou Judlrlery. revsrtel the did not understand M iy Kl not Seaw ell's natni story, "Tho it word. , to ot the frolKle', eurtry Mil with threi. Then he pulled oil Ids coat nnd waist- M dslilpnien's Mess," and Theodora It lon of opinion that It IkuKI It.n si. ot- - coat, and Just ns the terrllletl woman Jiiiirss's Indian story, "1'iokeo aud j rt tlent of the xoternor to the contrary A one nt those iriiol wns nlmost prepared to fling herelf l,e- - IVoplei" all flnel Illustrated thstamt n( 1 lie Mil 'fore Ihe ,l)ournrnrnl last Avynst. for the out of thu compartment of tho swiftly th ghtful Christmas piny for young Uitne rem lhat th nuteral other n'lls x era moving train, ho kn ittcd the cords so pe. ile, 'Wishing," by William Giant, letoeil at thjl time, tit thit It liad not Ir- piece out a brvken suspender, tvs (..ten complete, with directions fur iet a euKrlenl nuinuer of ote mi lis Anal on toIds coat and waistcoat, und put IInline representation ,j(fe The Kfnersl fence law reiottrdft- - quietly down In a corner, sit Pri.-- e to cents. W.40 a year. llotea nhcrx ho , orbl)r ti injde a tei'ltl ordrr for net! went quickly to sleep. D. Loruiiop luiti'AM, Publisher, lueity nd the resolutlen peiltlnrlrr llostou, Mass. Tho husband, who had by mistake, w is ml. lo reeal the federal electtua l inred to Its eervnd reading Mr lirro,: tiy got Into n wrong comportment Just ns Mns ttHtote "Unit notch Is vour In red ntnsl tired Ihet II rsin- - the train was starting, und who Joined niilmouseonfnt ernlnt lliertrfiilt court ot Uiulettile wlihtha his wife nt the next station, found her nine, lliaillel" .Mr llriilio - ' Yon uiufht i, kHiw.toii sieud U all. mv dear' features etrlrtd from It, to whleh tl itn. on the serge of hysterics from tha af- LftHiklyt "Life. truer ot'Jeeted tn In ble tola 1 he disposition of a few other inll bills left the nous- - wild fect f f tho fright she had uudcrifiiiin. Ir Is ri strange paradex thai fast colon heth!n to do ailii. and Ihe peiVer mtsiii told siKCulsii- - ksl will iiuliua.- - Ucttoa Tian. many nurdi that It as TMC AMERICAN In the committer SOLDIER. nlul RAILROAD ADVENTURE. tl Was Amutlo. lTuOint at tlia Time, II Happened. A lady who has been trnvollng abroad related nn adventure, snjs the Youth's Companion, which befell her In A 1 Cltrlilm Vlde Awske. Tlie Deeemtar Whlo Awnke Is s true Cliiistmrts number and has, therefore, the full Christmas' flavor, from the beautiful colored frontispiece that opens It to the fantastic llotver piece RTHffMR9 I lif st villain-ous-tookin- Hlota lei.Rrahle.ana the consumer far or slsss prte with etsryr'trth". 1'olliti Is niIUIni,iM"r i foe nolla I ( 1 I edit-riit'- , I (R-e- ." o 111 i 1 list-child,- i tHcustAT kidney: liver &mc tni. lie. fold lirratli, sour atom till, tnli li or d)H" tin, constipation. lies Ilil.ousiiess, htt Mstrras after rntlnf, mtil and Moatlnlo lb Itonunb.sliiirtni'saiif tit alii, plns In tliofsesit. Anplciidlil ftillnif to-ilauts ileprs ed on to-lHint, rri'sr. n tiiliufarrnialu l.utc and all iiiislruix, neaknrse, drbllif r. .enettils ef One IVlle, If not l" Uauele afttea, Poor Digest Ion, Los ofAiipetilv, is.1 ns.slsb' .11 III liui'il, lf.Mir.smiS4iisiM. tire. Me, 1.00 uucUl. lluhla U II slis A Hit. Kiioikii ,sillsl n IlimilUuios, M. V. f. 9 It time for thriu In ftt tj work and rejvrt to Um Ihe fsrttetd Mils Ibtlstv in lir) hind of the tarknis eotntnitlert (In motion of Mr Wellon. a caioiulU.e mi i KilateJ to II wallon the tetltir) cummlxlonant rvu to report some of Its proioiied lUIUtes for thn hmife Adjourne.1 till Mondsy mornbil at II o'clock. script houeoo.euf To tluovr II I nt Well I luil Mm. .Most Toll with w A ur'.nilAs, e formed at Lexington, with a niemtar- ship of slxty-nluAt the teniioniry organlrntlwu the following officers were elected: Curl bUbrecht, president; Geo. democratic club hut taen llomtiimn, secreturyt flarnard I'otsch, treasurer boy, was bnitully SlliNKT KsiittlCk, munierfd ut l'ltaaure Kldge park, Louisville, by Hen Cooper, a Negro, who will be my home. "For whatever success I 1" am in a 'a . achieved in this life measure Indebted to yon. I!eitilr..ie I as I am of your recent cxnresshu f 1 plies. rrJiM (J 4 the headwaters of the various forks of tho Santiam Indians havo this season slaughtered over one thousand deer. .The Italian f.lthophagont. cades. It is stated Tho settlors view these proceedings with great disfavor, and claim that as they are not allowed to go on Indian reservations tho Indians should not bo allowed to harry the country out&ldo of the reservations. It is claimed that these Indians have exterminated tho mule deer in eastern Oregon, and are fast exterminating tho deer In tho Cas- that in the region about cv,. i....... stAt-- i K p FH We are glad now that Dave Martin remained If it had been a rainy day Harrison would have lost Vermont. It was what Mr. Ham, of Georgia would call a "snollvgostcr " Oh. no: the slumps in Maine nnd Vermont didn't mean anything Itlaine's appeal to the Irish voters tr vote for Harrison was very effeetite in felance ho Is a black, swnrthy-lookiuf- f piling up votes for Cleveland low, nnd, having been a soldier, inado Hon. llenjaiuln Harrison, Hxecutlvc good use of tho food allowed him by steel. Mansion, Washington: Am sorry to selling it and subsisting on dirt end This Is pleading the baby nt witli a learn that you fell outside the breastpebbles." vengeance. It does not require a very works. Warner Miller. '. Y World. long memory to recall how persistently Japan and China. NOTES AND OPINIONS. The women of America will be very tho republican organs argued that much shocked to hear of a little sign there was absolutely no politic, in the , the (irand Dii:i which occupies a place on the taukt of Homestead Incident. Whatever may Old Party, November llurlal the Yuen-I'ulliver In Poo-ho"Do be the truth ataut tho contrlbutum of No mourners. Noprivate ofNo Mowers. hope a resurrcc Not Drown Tcmalo Infants Here. "Tho Carnegie, Prick fc Co. to the repub- - Hon. No nothing. Chicago Times. I sign U read by 750 (WO l'uoehows 'can cjmp.iigu fund, there is on ! ttoversy The election Is over nnd the over the point that tov ard the causing no bhibh and no comment killing of a girl baby in China is n crimo close of the campaign Postmast, rden-era- l necessity of Candidate Keld jioslng ut Wanamaker sought an Interview the friend of the workingmnn in past never punished. Tho birth of a female child throws the whole family with Prick, and this In'mirii Detroit l'ree Press. There is some consolation In the a into deepest grief, and the mother often was by heralded finds that the only way in which sho paper as relating to that thought that tho protected monopolist There is no room foi il ,ubt were bled to the last shekel by Penny's can retrieve herself is to dl.srx-s- of tho business Infant quietly nnd effectively. Vcrv that the republican leaders trie! to get campaigners, and now they are holding t, the bag. Toledo I!ee. different Is thestatc of things in Japan. a contribution from tho Carnegie The Australian ballot works and did it in so public a manThere tho parents nro (.training every ncrvo to edtnato their children, girls ner as to imply that they were not nicely except from the standpoint of as well as tays. Kvcii young husband nsliamed of it. If the reaction did them tlic gentlemen who would fain manlpit arc sending their young whes to school. an injury, as there Is every reason to late the gentle voter at the polls. Kuropean clothing is worn lit is an bolievo It did, they havo only them- Minneapolis Tribune (rep ). open question, however, whether this selves to blame. They had won o long The proposition that the tariff It Is an improvement), nnd colleges and by means of corruption funds that they not a tax, and that the foreigner pays had come to bellee that tiicli meanb it, serins to havo been a llttlo more seminaries havo been established all over tho eoSntry. Much of the credit wciu irresistible. than the American stomach could diHut, after nil, .Mr Carnegie was not gest. Indianapolis Sentinel. Is due to tho efforts of the empress of the rc.il Ilnrehurd of tho campaign. Jupnn. The charge of the Pennsylvania That eminence must 1m icsened for heavy brlgadt on New York-- was no Viie cucumber does its best fighting after lion. William McKinley, of Ohio. It moro effectual than the chargo nf tho Ittrsl tn -- Tix.ts biftings. was he that did Inc. work with his tar- light brigade at llalaklava, but It was iff bill of alKiiuinutiuiik. A month, after considerably less glorious. Somebody Its passagu the people rebuked It with blundered. Was it Dave Martin' N. the rolcu of u political earthquake and Y. World. the sweep of a tidal wan Mr. McKinThe governor of Ohio can scarrely ley was not convinced and not dis- occupy tin easy seat after tho vote (if He coolly said that tho people no confidence mayed that has been recorded did not know w hat thej ucro about; that against him In hit own state. McKin-leylsthey had not had time enough to apprewas repudiated, und never beciate the beuutiesof lus bid, but that In fore since 1810 has the lluekeye state two years more thev would be madly even been in doubt in a presidential in love with it. The nccopted year Detroit Prre Press. that view of tho matter, mid readily Tho puerile and absurd plea that adopted tho McKinley nonsenso about tho foreigners paying the tax. Two the election of Cleveland would destroy years of deliberation hate not changed tho business of thu country did not "You may fool tho views of the people upon this ques- elect Mr. Harrison, Children or Mr. una Mrs. M. M, Holler tion. The disciples of McKinley should part of tho people nil of the time, and Altoona, i'a. not shrink from tho issue which they all of the people part of tne time, but forced upon their party, Carnegie Is you can't fool all tho people, all the only a side Issue. McKinley is the real time." Kansas City Star. Many of the leading democratic llurchard of IMa Louisville Courier-JouinIn Its Worst Form and indejicndeni newspapots of tho country unite with the .Sentinel In After Phynlctans Failed, Hood' PLATT AND DEPEW. urging that nn extra session of conSmrsaparllla I'trtclly Curni. A War lletwren Ilepub-llra- u gress ta hold next spring to repeal the McKinley law and tho federal election Great mental agony is endured by ricurt hraiU. law, and admit Utah, New Mexico and parents who see their children sufferinfr PJatt lays it on Depew Depew lays from diseases caused by impure blood, and it on Piatt. Neither seems to rcnllrti Arizona as stutes. Iudiunapolis Senfor which there seems no cure. This is Unit the other had practically nothing tinel. turned to joy when Hood's Sarsaparilla is to do with nil election There Is no saying that thn vicit here the peoresorted to, for it expels the foul humors ple were taut, no matter what Piatt tory was nn accident The triumph from the blood, and restores the disor Dejxnv said, on electing Grover has come from a long four years' fight eased skin to fresh, healthy brightness. for principle, and we hau won on Cleveland. Kead the following ft om grateful parents It Is clear that tho truce patched up principle. Democracy knows that it " We think I!omI' harini Aillln Is the mrtalu tho 'bits, four" of can win now every time, federalism bla medicine on the umr.tt ' ir I ool ntiJ tklr between dlteeid, Our fiicLliJfrrnuflerfJt-rrlM- r "iil'tln .New York und paraded with theatri- has been driven out again and It cannot cal etfect nt Minneapolis was hollow. reenter without u now disguise of Worst Form of Eczema Kansas City 'I lines. Not as catis and dogs, but none the less speclotisncss. tbree filiralelnne la tlial for two run. We Is charging defeat Tho triumph of democracy Is the lime, but nellbf r or tlirtn inter e:eo in runm; turrc with asperity Piatt rifpn lnfdrl'ir them a Utile lolKif Atlnit r upon Depew and Depew is charging Humph of patriotism out venality tried l.rm'a Hrij.rllU M...I In a month both c bli defeat upon PJutt Thn glibber tnlkcr, and corruption. It is triumph of tho dreo writ perfectly ui nt. We recu'Zjuieud Depew, has the iutor and moropluusi- - people over tho pluUicruts. Ict the Ule uoitl. lie declaim thut PJatt In. uemocrais rejoice men. Let tlie I slstlug that Depew wai tn orator und, rejoice heurtlly and "lu ef I'rvthluir faiult ineilltln ,srrt would not lie theiefore, good enough to make glte thunks." I,et the country tluink .(aiundird ..lit . i ,i , i .. ..i , u.i'i .ilia nullum s eeciies (inrxifs'iy js ono oi ucpt'tt lion for Its delltcraiict's from the Avenue. Allnone I'a tron iMilutsi, was of IM earthly surv liuiuls of thu spoiler! -- Illinois Mittu eoiiilliollou ' ItciUtcr HUOIl'l I'll.l.N curellftllCB,llnlliUgOt mir ix us ice ujiiiiuger, aut that )UouiUat, JiUliJIi. lift y ac con-Th- o estali-lishmen- In writing of Trancis Iiattalla, the Italian lithophagous, or stono cater, Dr. Bnlwcr, in his "Artificial Changeling." baa this to bay. "This queer creature was born with two small pebbles in his hands, one in each. Ho refused all ordinary nourishment, would not suckle, only when small stones were given him with tho nursing bottle." After Iiattalla grow to manhood ho was exhibited in all the principal cities of Kurope. Dr. Ilulwcr had n chance to professionally examine tho "queer creature" after "It" had been kept on a stone diet for nbout thirty years. Ho thus describes llattalla's manner of feeding: "Ho would put threo or four stones in n fpoon, swallow them down and then drink a glass of tacr aftr them. Ho devoured a half peck of these stones every day, nnd when ho shakes his they chink In his stomach. In appear- in v Fk&h )molA m ' ri i ' eCN I vuiwi i sl'ifNSv JZ s?"(rJSrirrB ll IAA rN B "'ICNOui.H aiomf- - ; ? X. iwn ry ? in r iMM S TIIISOS MIHIIT HAM EX' IHr'FEIIt.N " C'lllea''0 Ilontld. ' his llurchard, Harrison his t it wails, anil goes on to sn.x at as it Is an open question whether linn hai l was a blunder-heel- s or au asvis-o It may In; so whether Carni .' e rcilly waulcilM'rotection continued Carnegie, it says, mint have known when he precipitin! the Ilomestcnd dilllculty that he Mr. Harrison and the rcpubl.e: u ar'y tho greatest possible Injury; tvie Carnegie desired freo iron an' 1 Both Had Eczema 1 s from personal Unification should ta a matter of rrjoic.ng to I men who place a high cstim ite a- - n jiersoual character anil who mine ' e good name of those to whom are t importunt public trusts "I take pleasure In taaringtestnn :r now, as I did when the contest was ,'t .indctcrmincd. to the ability am! Ii ."i character of the gentlemen who "re. candidates for olllce upon the opjhs.u- iickcis. "In his great domestic bereavemeal the president of the I'nited Mates has the heartfelt sympathy of all his coun trymen. "It has taen truly said that the lata campaign recalled the era of good feeling which marked the administration May we not of 1'resident Monroe. hope that the great political struggls of IbOi between two eminent citUcns Harrison and Cleveland, " the chosen representatites of the two great pares will inaugurate a new era in American politics and that calm discussion and respect 'ill consideration for the opinions of our opponents will characterize the presidential contests of the future "While this contest has been wared upon n high plane the Issues involved have taen none the lehs clearly and distinctly defined We tiriuly lielleve that the welfare of our country and of Its humblest clticns lire bound up in the success of the great historic party of which we are memtars. "We favor a larger measure of coin merclnl freedom to the cud that employment be given onr own skilled labor and that the I'liltcd States ta the successful competitor in the markets of the world. We favor the free admission of raw material It is a part of our political creed that 'a tariff is a tn.' and that tax is paid by tho con sinner We earnestly favor the redur turn to a minimum of tariff tnes upon the necessaries of life. "To the end that we may hate ,v stable gotrrninent in the states, avoid race disturbances and seciiro to all sec tlons of our country the prosperity and happiness which spring from good got eminent, we are unalterably opmi' to the passage of tho force bill. Vt favor the strictest economy in expend tures of the public money "The verdict of tho people has ber i pronounced against a protective tnril but let no apprehension lie felt that the business Inteiests of tho count) A i eduction ol to will be imperiled. tariff within safe lines will coll-- to not destiny the business Interests of the country. "For the first time In nlinost a M of it century the democratic part .ill control all departments of the go With this great power ill Vmi come grave responsibility ,ro wisely selected for tin highest ;o known to our constitution a statenM.m whose administration has stoml critical test and is a guarantee uf ut Is to follow. Krst assured that .th (irovrr Cleveland as president an i th the senate nnd house controbe, tiy men of his political fulth the g, will ta safely administered and legislation will ta in thu interest u all i , confidence. I can only sbv, my frk I nm deeply grateful "While as democrat we rejoice t r the great victory we have jchlcvetl n I should not forget that we are Atnciicnns. Democrats an rcpubl ins alike, wo have one coui.tr, one d tiny. The glory attached to the iQ' lean name nnd American acluete e s belongs exclusively lo m pnrtv . s tlon, but It Is the common herit ig f all our countrymen, nor should we ' get that we are equally Intcrestc n having wio legislation and lii t I mar methods in gmernuieut paidoued for saying that the cmii . u just closed li.is been singularly I o ' 1 i a.-e- without cause or warning bred the a musket Into Sidney's stomaoh Cooper met Kerrlck, r . some time nnd exclaiming, "I killed your I'r-tle-s tay," disappeared In th bushe with a rtipe are if ter Cooper Tub Southern hotel, of HopklnsvUlc, with all Its contents, was entirely destroyed by Are the other night, and n innumber of other houses were jured The loss to J. W. Vancj. owner of tho hotel, is ataut 110,000, with IT, (M Insurance. Other loes looo, with t J,M0 insurancei. The origin of the lire is not known, but Is supposed to base been n defective line. Al.I. the Indictments returntMl bv tho last grand jury of Hancock count) wero stolen from the circuit clerk's cfllm. The discovery was made when the clerk went to the ofllce. A largo nituitar of criminals nro con lined in jail, and u number of them were to ta tried In a few days. There Is no clew to tho rather shrewd robber. At Wllmore, Joiner C'hrismnn. nyonnir farmer, enUrvd thu cnrnlloM where George Woods ai working nnd kiM. "I reckon you've lived king enough " Ho fired a charge from a sh it gun into Woods nud then gave lilmmlf up lie ia of unsound mind, and says he jurued into the Kentucky river after the killing In order to drow n himself. I'oNi'.v lliiooKs' child, terribly burned some time ago at Cordova, Is dentl. I'ltssK Srr.H'aitT. nllas Smith, of Cincinnati, was jailed at Louisville for stealing bicycles. A miootimi nffrny tioeiirretl on the south fork of Itexl river, llstill county, in which John Yearly was shot by Win. Yearly hurrahed for Clevu-an- d Mcintosh. An L.vnggcrallou Gay The WW- and abused Molntoih. He was ew Wecsl wwira very hovy mourning fatally shot Day she ilwsst feel as black Jacob lunnr.x, known every whoro ns she ilae; but drpd l'tick. as "Fnclo Jake." died nenr tJntes the thar night Ho was past 100 years of Ill lltdeii Timet . and has lived all his life in this Pitoploorerlooko-the lsiNirMne of p--r t.l To kiow tho American soldier well you must toil with himotcr the dcaert trail when the sun beat tally dowu on tho dry nnd vorduredess earth, nnd tho dust rises In white clouds that hide, the column from slew, nud tills the ryes, the mustache, tho ears, the mouth, with profanity nnd vexntluu. Hern l where hi snugs an j kei proclaim the stutT Uiat ho Is uiada of, snys Harper's Wre Then when yni are eut out with him lu the dead of winter over twenty luclus of snow, your equipments nnd supplies ou tatalwds. he it U that dismounts time and again without a murmur, pushl-i- j to help tho mules up hill, and repitrktu,? the overturned strd n dorcn times In nd&v, then, aftor It all, digging his hole lu the snow, und putting up his tout nt night all the time lolling with hit "llunkie, ' nnd as ever to steal a wltp uf liny or n huudful of 'sits for his shWeruK Ure He it t tlii.t Juuipetl Into a tailing hot spring to save tho life of it liaujrhter of a private cltiiru a deed fur which tho citizen, "bo sssn rich man, proffered the astounding sum of tUo iIoIIri-s- , nnd tho go'crniiirtit thn gold tuodnl ut honor; he that Us.k u Hat tat lowed In Nnv York taat rmt In n lienty harbor to rutv-u- e a drowning boyi that lost his life for his fidelity svhlto to swim an ley stream with llspAtches; who single-handeserstM n lei I gun thrt'iiirli an not Ion wllh a Iml-lIn his lrg. to tald a position; he that yon talievn Incjsinl.le nf nnytlito; Imt 'Iweking faro und drinkiux' strong tiqunrs. A ijneer Speralallnn. Tta Astritmptlon consent of l'aris 1ms undertaken a stranr tasim-ain melt, th cresitioii of n lodifiiig hotiee for iiMsrrid women suing fur divorce und deolrous of Hlthdriksng unU) from their w. lilted Kurlcty clr-le- s u look for ftetv they shall ta frv tins In the snrtio tmlbiltig rssmis will ta rentesl out to foreign yoting Qninhing their education and sttidjlng art A strunge combination' Is It the tntenttou to impntre the inornls uf tta ladles expecting diroree, or to rV'vente the young Indies fur dh ore candklales? Anvhow, In sfny Paris the pios peiu- lutlon promises suecms. 1 y rallfornit tn Three and One. Half liaya. If ou o g Ing Ui Culifurnlii and drelre t r 1' "IS"'' In tta mi In ai'uk. oiiihsI, cumi-slatnii niiinnei, piu.huse n Iqiii-- 'j'lirllr U') M i 'August ' i rn, l'i l" are run tlioi l C mple KiRht tloclors ttcatcil nielor Heart nnd out' for Klietttiintisni, but illil me no I'.txxl. I could not tlis-i nil Hum ('iiui In ivn tan-lie- tstienk .ilon 1. JivcrythiuK Hint 1 toolc li ta 1 other California, ioo li ir of partnreof train t'niisiro ititsi Ihe Slontrch thst reused me. I apt rseuuestlMiH svitk a t trams could not kltrp itortls I had taken oil from I tast ami M. -- Ih al o ThrutiKh u 'I Set, allewttir n'"e iti.t lis' kinds uf medicines. ei.rjrt ilb Klvlnif rlnnoteof Cnilfur neighbor I j;ot one cf sat in i' dir lxxiks. Ues tisi .elsai lot i i , slerp bis, I privitted it Imttle if Gucn's A",;-tts- t 'M I ! sssrvaMcwt knit icatlon li,- eir Flower and tool, it I am .rest uf .nil Ifcksi k'Ul. oi nj can 1st W A Thr a' I l.eu.-- i il l'assen limit licdttv .nid stnii aud enjoy A cent Cbwafsi ,V ulU- cket (W ami the liestnf ht.ilth AtiKtist lUslrri. ll , Ofckutfa. m vol inv life nti'1 11. eiuc my health. jsnrlse'. Cotli Tf' TWsl wb J Mr Js.it.tli J C.. n, I't.Jiicc, O. V l.ikl ii ill ItH van bate ttuKd up for lue ut. li, Hue lli.eio. ' "II I Mrte Imi." Tj tht CIRcacr ihjuw i l pio. first i re- l'.u ill.' aitl tltillii.il I'm tin uiiitiiiwnig rNnle'liigrhra I liksnyo le rs rinsieo lllid III il i urnlsHe--tliro timilsione lu ,a t elofpmgear In will li uo,iiitnst oi s iuii bv p.is nrr li I n eittiif 'I l II' ke s at a ,s el of inly Olid i I i 1 M llie Lliiujo is, .Nimli U i - Flower e 95 Disc-us- ' i 'f They all Testify si ten r lit In s'a n;i t.) K. I) y , rmlsik, li P A 1 ugcut II X. I' I. IL, Cincinnati, nt d u't a ropy o' ". famous Marlha Wasldng tVM imt'es, fitllt tl'iistrat t"H eis sl. I.ie II he trlret seslibiiled trains of the In. ui'iMt .s D. tatwecn at t C) ik'v the Martha WathipgMu U unrirullcsL 'I he ta-ciik l will U1 - nt prepssWl. I wc aessel Miwem rffHr&wx Swlff't Wrl3-Biw- i,Vzln.Mmn of l Ik. fV, HWV. LM apT J h I Specific, WjJl rtriejjf fr value watt ta my pear ef li In) angp, i.a You t "lluil's u.i a saiali plsxsv' lUrpiVa Htuuir ' I U'bc sjl" e K ' i a'll- - at I (tl.Ii ! s " a.rpnae, ,tyf 1 U .L n,rt' a nder Titer Oman. ssroAii, j is partntsslble lo the rheum I B it It e . an wdl in iti.il t n lln i i taast If r Ktoaia. a lliilors. hie .s-- s ' . k. oitls if malaitr Willi lnnc D i paunn liompi ludlfes'l.'ii a arsu a ii en is, sittl beadai tie. nttous , pm. ians snd nlmk if plus s Mil . are ntnisns Uie allmenli tvrrc me i i i.I - s, "tt fn-i- f i tWeptslaa oitr tt vtl'S I jkril ui is it. or crtitt..', P ticsti' if nMu aUit ts tkli reset tf iki lsfr i it as ul p'.SlI I 11 t' , t,. reax-t- . ares all iliwwes IllRI artly i I ,rure !. J cr weakrs-- sKaUIJ. al.-ts- tV a- Theselssaak uxk ,Sjna .tImajeilUlelf ' ta-r e ess a Iks ft I el cVyti rklrea tja. llaMlutb4 left UA , va p , aa.1 kta I4e s " leell frs, littbis, rkUmt H h) it; r alV iiMtmiieli til 'ettsMoi i.j iliuetralei! Willi culis . Ura riamtssoHie .tee, i oui Uul antl swx W'fr- - 'l rii It. CO., , IT rsuoiO. SWIFT OI'ECIFIC Uir lte t Diawtr 2. Atlai ts. Qs ss Mp of tlie I'nited Slstes, la imSHsl bvtlisilliii ,ii s", ii I te 11 .Ir mil Imi mailed ! m x" aid ,'es re I ' Iwelse its p,..tJKe i P s , KOris, Pa. ApsMit, I . II tcQ it , C.-i- nltbl Man of th" f r i ln tedr ft', K.i'kiiago, T la Bile BeMis Small U4tie mm IM is i ' I ti in r fniilaw touvsi- Klsairuln,.e lie is iU naul tetti lora't i ar nr.jlllr; aNnt i. ' t neu lis will pi ve llfi) reward f"ranr ease ol (ssUrrti thnt oaawit bo ruresl smUi lUU't irrh fare TuLen Internal: v r J. CacxKr A: Ct , l'rssjir. , Teimls, O 0i I ltelln Tf l'iMe I norrtee, ISser Is cur j own a .! I lint that It llsl Willi transient Tub Isxly of n white bata was found Is (.Mierslir known uitmnHirup uf Tins will Ih.l ui a pastetaard tax nt F.tghlh and High liuliltnnl oonliatkn xinniiiitl turn streets, Paris. Gossips' tongues uro well informed peopln will not tay eafrer laislivne. wlitc'i nit for a tlwe, but dliidi busy trying to fix the parentage Injure thi system. Jasils Win,, n merchant at Itlcc station, on the K., N , U .t I!. IL I!., whllo Do Xot ak a fiiRltlve hew he "rssme en " assisting in tiring anvils nt a Clexulnnd AK hi in hun lis Is "ulng olT." Delias Hun i and htevenson celebration at that point. was terribly burned by the explosion of i can of powder he was holding in his THE MARKETS. hand. Until eye were badly damaged, CtU'lstsJlTl V,. which will cause permanent blindness, IJVi:STOriC-'atllr-.otjmutiH 7 a& t v probably death. A limn who extin1 ISI it i wiiv wrmt imm S (il .est. guished the llames ... was seriously (loml puckaest ft 'it n i mi rued Mlllllll'-lSHe- M ;s t i r. II .ui MS, of Itowen, Powell oe i AlM.lir I"l : u tt Wlaier famll) by unknown (. It.Vit'll w nitinty, was assassinated I V bet- - No, tfre.1 u ' S rt .1 parties on the road between Itowen and ..., So ( rrn- - Nn i ttiliisl Mt. Sterling, the other night Ills Wwly Itl-N- u 3 liil was fairly riddled with rltle halls. Hie. Na t II IS on il" , Karnes was a popular man, and no rea- TUIIAUti-MwIln- m tlstHM4C I .. mi hMf . illIS son can be given for the tragedy. No 18 M liiH4tbaf pork ... I.IX one Is ecn suspected, as Humes was I'lt(iVIsHiNh-I.ril Prime s'di fu not known to hnvo an enemy. tlPTI dairy ss Prlti v tu choice crtsimerr,, tt Hkix Wiikiiit, nenr Tollcstaro, had I API'I.i:' . hi. the misfortune to lose an arm while POiWlOK-s-l'erb- Prlimi. .. ., V. . I grinding canu ln a mill. Had it not m:v YOIIK. been for the jti!ck notion on the part js n 3 lo lass'y . issl of tho drlterho would have been killed. Vis r4t inlietl u ' RoiiEnTT Taiii.tox, of Snrdis, aged roit.V-N- 'n VVu ' Hits- - inlnsl forty-fivw a killed in a rsilroad wreck POHK-V.- st .1 ; s n ') iueM at Oreely, Kan. I..Mill Western slosra. luU Damon has a new Masonic lodge. Cllll'.MK I'MII'll 3 01 n jc At Owcnsboro, Jennie Moorileld, 10, tiKAlN- - Winn U'l.i t nl .'. . pretty but tough, went to n deserted .Sn '.'f prtiu . t'lirn-S- 'o tenement with a man. A huge lire was S te II rktia Na built on thn hearth nnd during tho I'llltK-Mt' ' ' l'( t ti night tho girl'H clothing caught lire and in ou'o she burned to death. HAU'IMOItK. MAnniK, the little daughter of JulT PI.OItlt-pnm- y I M ,i i t Kvans, of Hal bird county, the other day (llt.MN Mtt bei.t-- N. I'nrn-.nest a 4 Dale Missel 4 uto tho heatU oi sumo matches, and died U 41 (flOUl in n few hours lu ngony. 'i he child got l'OUIf-- e.s . . . HI III ' 4 Into a box of matches, and had eaten i',,Vi1s!',:nr,t ,uall,y UMt ii 111 ft 0 ,11 about a dozen when dlseotered. IVIIIANAPOI.IS Till, remains of n white Infant went t rtsl ft t urn .Vu ' rtsl found in tho bottom of n well no Saline Ojln-.V- u. n S creek, in Trigg county, In a bad state of l.(lMSVII,Ml Tho mystery will by l't)Ult-Vllidecomposition. tir i ui nn 4 a) intent investigated. JHAI.V-tt'lif- ut t S,i.2risl 6 TH, f.irli Mlii. I Ovhll ?0u armed men rode into GrayIP, IMU MUisI np, it si : a, son and forced Ilnllroml Tax Collector POIIK Mt I.' UU 41 If k I.AUfJ-silt- aui Drown to resign. No one wants tho job umii . ll(K;-i'.HI -I.Wlll-l-Hutlle-4 . Mi Ire state. mancntly bciidttrlal efTerts and were nU auo' V Kkisnc I'aorusiu No " "Minis"- - I'liccfuide lllat "lxikt "Yes I' I .' I ni'j- - Dor f llorcliPtiii ' ends Hr r. i I. r liiopiCiue Inotien Inu'r aen llml r ill it en list n manj bsst'tuse) lb no taplUi fill Ms . l. In Time sUva ,Vi., of Hale's I nnd Tar tort n;ha $k$?4 &nuvn, CURE, C'tir itlllpalliit 4) eU I r xle if tinier!. B4 Mtnple d tn if. r 0f.fiwi, mw ior 11 AtU'H " in. iuL roimiinptlnn, t'utichi. Croup, Harm Tliruat b Jt ;Mrutl 'icaid taf' I CS!, rv tnp. (niitl of forti7cPit)ni;ji:ii7d ,558 !5V M0DJI:SKA. "l 'Remedy en It tress PcrmanenlrCiire of t Pains i.7d'Acl,e$ ll mmm ' i Ht-.- Vo. mii. Dr, h't-ac- Bm'Jf nH e: Bull's Cough Syrup sK m I.AIUI-Misi- PAPER GUTTER POH A &J&.T.MT33. ;,nj. "I am not economical with my Use veriest uiiitiev or mv rtnotions. I sivrnJtlinlllh.it ever lived of smiles, and ters jnj Jiiilars. It is that I have still cverylhlnj: retiifej the power to whether j;HJ or most Intensely, to laugh anj vrv within the Mine momrnt imiiist, th it kern me miuj." Most people Rruvv ninrusc nttd ind.iiKhnly ,is they croA itj. One rcison for thlsls.tli.it When the, s iffcrtrrr lily with the t na h f.nl. the vital fories non de-- , (.line, Ihe f"fm loes Its rounJnr, tha step its t ts'1 ity and vigor. All tins c.in bK' irji J against by I lliiiiR the l.nxaliv a dam Drips. IheseOuni Drops contain a fine citliartU embodied in Rum drop m.v trri.il. I lie i c nt.iln no disagreeable t.istt of iiieJivine. Ilirycan be Klven lo children w tiiMit Ihe slightest d.inKer. In fiut i mild ,ii ul p.cntle are they, tint many rrple "!1 think they ha e no etfect upon them, b it if they will persevere for se eral nights In their use, they will notice that they will rn rive the utmost lienefit from their ue. Oettlin great remedy of any dealer. Flip small boxes are to cents, tin ure ne askeJ this f.irrus .nci v Mie preserves ))r be.Mity, sho sJ fl itiJIf-esllo- lire,rb''i.s c icnls, SYI VAN IM Ml I)V CO, Peoria, Tbc Best III. I.MtD-ltetlnt- d SEC0N0-HAN- Anson Hardy Power Cutter, CAN EASILY UK CHANGED TO A HAND &3&& H BKfwtf Waterproof Goat 'JKAI.V-WheHt-- .Va MACHINE. In tho WORLD I AODlllMI A. N, Kellogg Newspaper Co., now. ul people. "I am not unappreciatlve of thr i .Ji honor accorded inn by my ronntn ,en, nor am I unmindful nf its gr,t responsibilities. I can only sa .is I i,d you good night that it shall lie (Ily i , 1'nocroit was hilled by cars nenr WIcklllTe. C. II. J. H. ItilOADS became angered nt S. V Tltnminc, over in tho edge of Lewis county, because Timmluc lejoieed over the election, nud struck him over tlm earnest endeavor to dlschaige ii ,ij. head with n seasoned club, causing a fatal fracture. ties of tho great ofllce you li.iw ln. soveru nnd probablylarge family nud a mlttcd to my keeping and that ton .M Timmlno Is a man of very Inotrenslve cltlren. Ithoads is u never have occasion to l egret tin native of Ohio, and has uiadu good his so generously bestowed ,(,) me " escape. -- KM'a Of VD&. ikZZ&HJ' P-- 'hires' l'nv-orilI'rcexHptlon, If 1 er life is uiado gltioiiir by tin) , dell i 111 onto uciikiiet-scHrntu ilerntiK mi nti, a ml tiniiifnl ilihorders Hint nf y thi t lu r res, tliey nro CIIKJ.U.O, ll.L. sussinsK comes, no nmtti-lo' alDlllsUI tlnrphliie lli.lill f'ured In dink tlm tlouils me, vslien wen nn, i, mipiii.ss, oi tin ssnmnn who In borne arsiai iuu r"i j . rsni ib.(i,, doss ii l,y hiiiiiiui'h troubles I " SUCKER HIirKKII Is vsarrsntnl sttlsrf in tliahsijrslitiirui. Tlie tit ll rllltl'H" (Oil. Slid cotrrsllieitillrsis1ll. Ilewsiets'liullslloui. fhint Urn "run lirsnl-- lt ll. iiit ir . A.J KIWHI, II. sli,, ilium I lliss, ulrtip-eiiewlslMlll I. riHf, tiul will krrp Ml T.allsll llllt.Ml li J tin ill K turns to Dr. CMEAM.BAHVI-"le- ne tboHnre. Vcatorna I'ain Taite anil tin jHUKitiniaiiaii. sieais Hmell, Hint f'ttre !. 7.al "irritrtOPffJ iw tHtfiucu ftirikild It U OtiiYUtf Abtorbnl. Afilninta tht Mittrtli. IKc JJnir,Ut3CrtiuaU. iayimCH.,l4ttmtnBL,N.Y. FAT FOLKS REDUCED. mi 'I a nr U." r ' sain . i. -v mvsm M "iirT7" If u' ciinsl. nMrunikisI, nervous, or e Is n, iiOHerf ul, inslKuinthi d bl Hood's Sarsaparilia ; I : ieo-pl- o -- mm .... ... -- I D.tvin LiwiHowi and Anthony lllytlie, One of the most shiiuielul pi ic. colored, becaino Involved in n shooting, nl campaigns ever conducted by ti,P New stead, Christian county, publican party has been placed mi ieo- - affray nt which the latter wns shot four ord this year It will ho placed m il0 during by his udwrsury and fatally times uniials of History as tin nignum The troublo was overn rewounded. deavor of wealth to ictiiin suprcn cent fiuurrcl between thesistcrsnf the for no higher purpose than to -men, who were budly curved up dining the prizes of legislation Dcsmi.i tho nffrny. Mcutlng thu other day tlm inarlied every stop of the cotitesi lily tho men renewed thu family feud, nil pretensions of decency were tin fell to the gioiind after being shot ami Dmihtful states tn to the winds. soon lifter epircd. Lidford escaped and money wus lavislili Usui i, is Ntlllut large. b.itichllig the liullot ho ami th ,, uncock Till: po-- t olllco ut Hnllburg, objectlonnli'c fc.iti.ii s f ll.i fi count, will be dl'conlluucd after thu wi'ii iiitli'dii cil bv the pluti ,ii BUth Inst. er w lilili oi' lis. iliiccls mi. . uiitn. lepiililiciin IMity Detioi' I tec I' 1 1 . I "niti-ildwn,- " flie has now life nnd Ftreiiplh. "I'utorlte rrescrlptlon" limk nnd ii KnitlilnK ami striiiKtlicniiiu: nervine, timely segelnliie, pcrrcciiy It. riiiritliitiM tinil tiroiiioles nil tho lilinilltin. functions of woiiuuiiirKxl, Improtcii dlRisitlim, enrlciiisi the lilotnl, dlsiels allies nml uiIih, brim: refresliiiiR slis'P, mill liejillli ma) i iRur, I'or every " feiunle coinplnilit" nml illsturliniuxi, II H tno uniy remcily to sunuunl unfailing tlmt it can la Iiiot HirliMlr eetttti . ....'it t. .J ai. liri.(Uc! "i l iru 'MnVIUsrVriitP ft'1 inl-t,"- f lrwrniHItNi, i Nt tarTtii,noli uuonrtn.nct iiai rt.armlshirtl , ' ' ti.i uieisita.ia,eia fiiii RJLL4JJM11 UVFTHraDV vairalfle wntis 1 ly mtur H wtiolmru ntak IMftti'ii CurtAth' H for H ntn.itKiuMuio It hat nirail II rnntiirupltoiK H tlHiutMNils, fi ti.ii nnllujur H H itil on. It la hut llml to take H H IIIla Urn I'fiiCDiigh ijrnp. H H HM'l rfrrywiirw. UAr H I I 1 CoHilliiiiillsyr m:4 I oplti 1 (uaniiilrcif. If it doesn't lieurflt or cure, you huvo your uionny buck. FITS! sr"l rtria,iisatsei 11 rrlilll.itilerreeljnisll. ill sflir w i.lhrrs rail. siMrrit i in l'l.ll...l'i III Xlllli.4in't s f ii ItiiCgsi DICYCLFSStb t i I -A 1UH .lll IMl.li.,ll.tiniu,u. liCuuuiCo ilistAlaf.a U Sit ". t: if i4a.r Mills ttiiinsii III tnsi III isi li PI nasi saw Ik Sitsflissiasat l ttsM Stale ISI ) -si '" a. r,'.i , FM iKKNTUaKY STA'IK NKWa &ti:v&nso.vs home. .. l'luU( on Win .vlpM .nin.ir .tnd tAlKlNWioad (W 'V )rtUtttMi V A.llal't i:ii- - ' Olff CloeaokllMt, MHW HI f SHKTbtM'' ""tup, ffij 11 ITset llMitf "tviwrfr i. nirutr U IK) IV Wlltlhk lW did lllfc S1H)1U)1 Hk ItA. It - MS lull's tetuts Owl U MkS ' nlMMM , N t V.itur-- In VVimlue And ho um ivxUi Mik n We sMte 4 We lVesMent Ktect .... i MM nstwktt'i tht ifctttt ot iutr I'tr III hunt t hfkrln' an' I rMI ' " , ISv sukm kitilnpf Imkllv tetrCiWrt '(taeetf MatttrrVr. AtniiHDW f until. mie tHJkad w4lda wiUitiiv h Wv'syak, a McMinctin. Ill, Wat lrf anw mtMnbr e4 wl ilrtkau etf Hmjrixu' vemiilan m tin venrui u. Mn ia vlMli " ( Mt It. Wii Hv "a ChiolinA, uiitn.lt ,i t.h.'l tUw saiHK vi all MiutimmiN ;ssA.t 'leie M"ri'v Ivvstbt m n tht Sini:i. rtt-- San in honor of the ',n Mlcon, itt 14m uma ofuiHM,'iC Ltjij-rOlIM h in lkre m rw 'iit .nil t'lli ' IftfMeta ,sf Ihe iWra.scrklic prchldentti.1 prfcikrd UliU ettl It the jHMrr, li'twm rr JVJHkv. , ,t . ii I ike io .Batiks Whilclfcw Ktmt, nd tifiittl 9 n- -i lextan wliuM fttHtut m ttir Many enllrr weru re.he xlklh, Mi,i.,il Jat n ) wa o Wltiiw t liwitortcikl rnbtikU. itfliw 'vtintltt by Mr MTtntn during IM ti i hirahenott-nWw kiump Ktutliar eetuilt: "' rVsmininft thr Port tta4. Mi ll'HHwitn hP IStn .VUwi w ' xi W 1'. tUy. atxt iii the evening there was u !! i k The twit referrrsl the hid rerrtr.t ,,'uMi Itvtn ike itmlle en inletksi imUK Itim, Tin rnimir Trr r.nrl trrtajrniienti aaiAUe rHMMMMr Ik tecmonstrntuui throughout the tllll h p . IMIirvei I'l im al ItHaarrrriiin the itkie ' nM hnnd .imi sw run ri(rt olty tto it.i'n uTnuni eoiMMti- - ri hift MiMr r s s tu ih etuniiit In the rmemlo hinds, ittujt rsairvm him. tunw fnrtilr PleV. Mil, re.ulalinto k lnulMiiMk 'TV snch n earnlvnl of jol II Ileal Ion and e cto dimply ' -" 'mlhk-.rwrtlit- uf' fer iletit, siatre- tml we happiness was never before witncssl u liidinwr tfir mwv M Mir narrwt pabltr aot L kp4mifft inte Uw I irraiWiM Irok' pubXir iml led le Hie conm. titer ia erneral tun rtT nut.kll litin Hw mtali trent. ni wtv in liloomtngton as that which attended : MrKMrf Ike bill reimtH:tlu )ur I met eernml. ' ?t. MH vtatt W .ill Jo ttaow tW re.lU and It ttiru the deuucratie ratitlcation meeting in ni" in Juile ItueeeU t iiiss, ,1, wr klM Bfhn tnvei- - ! i rJfruiittr rnluain k veptabl in that It will the evening. Soon after dusk the demIm Pi ' jr nil Inmaetnf ttie iwliirr o( the rlrtiiit '"u dimih tlw ! m.i thri rh ti'Hy V tHitii t i i Mv' hit h tmt tt mnimtrrr nttetlttM. if ten. rettremeut from ocratsmen, women mid children-gathe- red ir ef run nbrll county wan recemniltleil li nunltieei'ti I. IttiifrHt iff . '7 'inrt i4UHa rw iw tfcc siiMMul artivitios of tb "big about the courthouse square, ,. iiiccnutttutlerirt lh judlclat) usii ubJeelkHi In luilpltt if ilH tj?ii. Tnvnr JLl the is tomr" ot Nw York. Warner Miller bonfires were lit uud u scene of the Onlyinelve ""' our rvtara to thw hiUiigo( hi Biskionr. Nm KlxrM M Mr - pmnKwi Mir ItMfr1 h(hi nwntMrre. JW Jer wildest enthtislnsin followed. oDrtmi a4 ni. fifteen seaslor were prmeht this Hiernuii, km . UiTmiffl. It nut rimsnttn-i- . Bur frr-nii- li llhdvk will l dropped crps, brass bands. L'anirs of I'iri were nol nre. teit during ibe ftrsl ibis N.K'ittrrirt tif tin voiciuur -- nt'ts, wruMtrmr At nkw frwM th itW and Piatt and Depeu-Ma- ers and beaters of tin puns nnd , 0o,v. U 'rfrsofthe h..r the temt a in runieii. mtu'h time Trimi 3 tr ! Irrt t.vrmif-t- . mm W ' protmic .mm W their hearts' content In i. ,., i lutein iiiiiieu , .in causu iiiuiicilli) ir'nttlMI rrj.lli.iddwt ciumisl IB (S'lii picture Oh mwmI tkr "in the new ur iienl) lalrmlured luiHi' unf rttii mi.sni.am v tlte Vfi. Mwtaal as to which of them nlnui, while the sVy was streaked with rsrailun bill Atlrmurtl neirral einall flif pniiiuii l iwrn..uf Or-no- . .nt rinhtK W ii Uaekter. iWIWM Is most to blare for a result upon rockets und rninaii candles. A proces- p,, tuere teiHirted from ihe mmmlttrraaiiit . jwiiTUlim. r hii. sion was formed, headed by the Steven- ilrtnceil uisin the c vlrmlir Jinl I.Iih1ujt, n4 f which neither had the slightest M Ui oouf-- i Pm tiiUtHluixii fittr tuiMtv in'i.t Chicago Times. son escort club, witli a band and tlnj t the committee, on JudlfUrr. rHitlrt lh cf tl.e turrey Mil wllb the esB-Jtovu flu. n put tltertv Tra i; tlrst voters' club, and marched to the ido l.m of frcli'iilel Hint II tliould ll.n itlnlon u:- intnnoi) t 111w.ru h u, nrfe'en. te tr reeint HC. (nMMTrM Maw PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. nwi Stevenson homestead through streets jimwii'I the KoeriMir tn tlir I'lHilruri mv lircH! Jmrr Tvrti.-ianf ike i Ok. k one if ttnxe iciei ,1 'hsisnit.n; Ihe hill uff. ko vo,wttM-r- i r r ' tw sij Ills Dlrrrlnl ut lll.i iniidlril llriiiti-llrl- l densely packed with cheering hu- fore the tdtmirntneBlnatlasl Aiifftisi. fer the iv Imamm iff mit nf Um rKr3.jt u.ef Isms manity. thjl the several other Milt were iiiir.e o" jiuiihnB rtf rfr tininhHtr i.irrvs. Mr ka rr r Mr. Stevenson wns driven to the letoed retiii Poor old Curler! at thit time tit thtt It bad iwt le- Vi ii r"m: i. urw lhiMie k13 Drury theater and was leeolved by an 'ite.1 a tuSlrlent number of oti- imi It final The turllT Is n tn x. - Mr t',m t BOM; o waulac itunrM. Art rix. we immense, throng of jubilant friends , istep aside. Mr. Iltscock! man Th" general fence law reforlnl lloi imrrt i wt J in the speech which ho made In acCarrv the news to Cnrtiegie. mid I'Ccltl oriler f.ir n? lb wm Hi mrtk V. t pMifrri. trrnx bf i:T.itt t N'" J'f A public iiflleo N n iniblle trust. knowledgement of the rec ption, ho ruetdr tni the retoluttmi iwililenlnf rev!t cj A t n IeU cererni iJl tSf sank-in- ! tx -- MeKtnley. snliito reprsl the federal election Uf vt i Vim fniMod dut brick.' Tit hjcm c! kta it Uin io It tecend readtn,( Mr rarroll. by "My Prlends and Neighbors: I Natavc fkMv The Illinois liertniiiis fougltt nobly. rocV ertfeaUj did rht brrk ihroo the II t mm riMk tMtrcu. k'rr tUtccw w Your 'and, .lndgo (ireshum. y'r 'and. would bo more or less th.iu luimuii if I 'itultiHiu content, court of si lib the the circuit M the waters ihorr, bat it Who said New York could le lught? were not deeply Impressed by this feature frotn It, to whlvh the rnv HMk Varra. Oww? Qlvtika N' ""'H trttiJ In hit veto. 1 he itUfmttllon bn iron man vroaM Nij. In tbc We It lVwilrx. emplgn have had their event, this hour. The iletnotislrntlci. ernor otijeetest to made This slow cooling1 off, the Milt uther recalls vitldly the welcm' ofa fertn ilo milland left the hout- - stun ffnxl'ia' loss of Ita fier.r carrjry. probain told the apeker aatu. hat ilo yoM think of the lee cart given me by my tow tumen tiponmy nethtrtf 1 bly lasted for many the committee In j many wurdt thai II a n? years nnd THE BUHCHARD OF 1892. ' o return to my home lust June Hire fur thrm to k'ct to work and repurt to Hie (.8T0 time for the particles to arraojre Mstt tuay feels very comfortable, close of the Chicago coin cation. milinprrlaf f KpaMlck it nsutetonieur the btu to it arc in the The tlicmselvos in the hu?e crystal bindi of the various coinmitteet On uinliiMi welcome nnd the more than iuni thank you. arouse all of our aJtonishmcnt of Mr Walton, a comiultUe at jsjlalfj to Now let Pat Kgan challenge Whlte- - mentary iiddrcss of my dUtluruls d wall on tbc nnder tW The CVoaco Inter isilti rr comml'tlon and revj r- - It friend, Don McNttltii, will iwer enhead of ltarehard arj l.u I'.eid. report tome of In vropeeed statute fi.r the) to WANTON KILLING OF GAME. got there In forgotten. The "ralnlMW cha-erJjournesl nil Monday muralm at II honte deavors to show that An ."w Carnegie VTuleral M.iojbter of Dfr la Orrrdn was sue Uanhard of lv.'. Blaine had great nap.. "Kor the henrty gicetim: to-t o'cloik. Will Lfad to Tbelr EltermlDntlon. nnd the kind expressions of men of ! A OKniiA.s democratic club hat lecn rrtlc. tvho have been out hunting in parties 1 can only say 1 am profoun v the. country between tho head water of REPUBLICAN HINDSIGHT IS UNIMPAIRED. f formed at I.exlugton, with a inenilr-thlgrateful. 1 need hanlly reibiud of slxtv-nlttAt the tenqioniry the forks of the Santiam brlutf back acmy strong attachment for t is Ihm organlzntivu the following officers were counts of a wholesale destruction of fill city 1 saw first In my boxli ileer in that rcyion by Indians. when It was but a village, witi t elected: Curl Slabreuht, president: Uh. Hands of Worm Spring ond Klickitat If All kW11 N:wtN railroads or telegraph, eont uning t Horttman, secretury: iWnard l'otsch, USt Indians, nnmberlnff from one hundred S tO)'OSll H00MS u few hundred people. I ln.vc rejoi d treasurer ? O TUP and fifty to two hundred, get permission Sn.s;v Kciinick, boy, was brutally with you In Its growth and its pro!- - ' RFPR1 ICAN about July 1 to come over into the s murtlered at Pleasure Kidge park, ity. The greater part of iiy life NVlllametto valley to pick hops, and by Hen Cooper, a Negro, who WILY txPMWUION leen passed here, nud nut this mo-- ' il . A , leaTo their rrnerrations. They come in pllgrlmagw shall close illotmiltvic'i without cause or wnrninj tired the JK'I over tho Santiam nitron road and mako n musket into Sidney's stoma, h will be my home. L a camp nt Indian Prairie, and then Cooper met Kerrtck, sr . some time ms "Kor whatever success 1 r$ f of deer. They a (fraud round-tinnd exclulinlnsr, "I klllevl your . . ,in USD kftT achieved In this life I nm in a ' .e Par-- , IF surround a vast tract of country on their boy," disappeared In lha bushe measure indebted to you. Keiuir.ie-ponies, says tho Portland Orrgonlan, us 1 um of your recent exorevdiu f ties with a rupe nre after Cooper. : which they rldo through a country that Tltr. Southern hotel, of llopmnsvl le. conlidence. I can only say, my frlc . a white man can hardly get through on with all its conteuts, wns entlrelj deI nm deeply grateful. foot, and drive the deer toward a com"While as democrat we rejoice " r stroyed by lire the other night, nud a mon centor and slaughter them hy number of other houses were bad inthe great victory we have achieved " hundreds, killing bucks, fawns nud jured The loss to .1. W. Yancj owner y ! should not forget that we nre VfpjiOM;.'ATD 8EN indiscriminately, dryingr the doe American. Democrats and republ am of tho hotel, is nliout 110,000, with r.rtofl THIS fiCEfiSO M lt,M 'wiia chpico parts of tho meat for winter supalike, we have one country, on'dis-tiny- . Insurance. Other loes .000, with plies. f J,00 insurance. Tho origin of the tire The glory attached to the m Tho settlers view these proceedings lean nnme nnd American achieve ei i Is not known, but Is supposed to havo with great disfavor, and claim that as belongs exclusively to ii partv i' s . been a defective line. they nre not allowed to po on Indian AM. the Indictments returned by the tlon, but It Is the common lierit i'i f reservations tho Indians should not bo Inst grand jury of Hancock county wero all our countrj men. nor should we T0M CAHUn'f allowed to harry the country outside of h Wan?A CrfA 5 get that we are equally intereste.- n stolen from the circuit clerk's oflicu. the rrkervutions. It is claimed that having wise legislation and Inn t The dlcovrrj was made w hen the clerk these Indians have exterminated tho I methods in governuieut tn.iv o went to the ofl'ce. A large number of mule deer In eastern Oregon, and are jHADPuan paidoiied for saying that the cnme . n criminals are conllned in Jail, and a fast exterminating' tho deer In tho Casjust closed has been singularly f e number of them wcie to be tried In a cades. T .s few dny. There Is no clew to tho from personal lillillcation. It is stated that in the region nbout rather shrewd robber. should be a matter of rejoicing to the headwaters of tho various forks of At Wllmore, Joiner Chrlsmnn, n,voting men who place a high estimate m- - n tho Santiam Indians luivo this season personnl character and who lalue e farmer, entered thu cornfield wheru slaughtered over one thousand deer. good nnme of those to whom ure i v (ieorge Wixsls war working nnd mUl: "I reckon you've lived long enough " fided important public trusts f.lthoiiliagotu. Tbf Italian "I take pleasure in bearing testimi cr He tired u charge from a sh itgun into In writing of Trancls liattalla, tho Wood nnd then gnve hlmsttlf tis litnow, as 1 did when the contest was Italian llthophagous, orstono eater. Dr. imletermlned, to tho ability and h ;'i is of unsound mind, nnd sayt. he junini Unlwer, In his "Artitlcial Changeling," character of the gentlemen nhowr-f- l Into the Kentucky river after the killhas tills to fcay: "This queer creature euiiilidatcs for ollice upon the opjHs.u5 ing in order to drow n himself. was born with two small pebbles In his PoMi-jillnooKs" child, terribly burned tickets. hands, one in each. Ho refused all or"In his great domestic bereavement some time ago at Cordova. Is deud. dinary nourishment, would not suckle, 1'ltVNK Strwaiit, alias Smith, of Cinthe president of the I'nited Mates hss only when small stones were given him the heartfelt sympathy of all his coun- cinnati, wns jailed at I.ouiavll!c fur with tho nursing bottle." After Ilattn-H- a stealing bicycles. trymen. grow to manhood ho was exhibited A miootimi nrtrny occurred on the Honild. 'THiMis MimiT llAr b ev DiKrEitt.xr." Chleft-'"It ha licen truly said that the hit in all the principal cities of I'urope. campaign recalled the era of good feel- south fork of lied river, Kstill county, Dr. Buhvcr had a chance to profession ing which marked the admiuUtratiuu in which John Yearly wns shot by Win. ally cxamlno tho "queer creature" after (lis Ilurchard, Harrison hLs t riiegte,-- ' Wo are glad now that Dave Martin of President Monroe. Yearly hurrahed for rirvt-.a- nd May we uot Mcintosh. "it" hail been kept on a stone diet for it tails, and goes on to sn. ti ut hs it remained hope that the great politico! strn?glt and abused Mcintosh. He was about thirty years. He thus describes is an open question whether Ilurchard If it had been a rainy day Harrison of lb9i between two eminent citliens fatally shot llattalla's manner of feeding: "Hn was a blunder-heel- s or nu av.is.iii o would have lost Vermont. Harrison nud Cleveland, "the chosen .l.u'on VAnnr, known everywheru would put three or four (.tones in a it may lie so whether Carmine really It was what Mr. Ham, of (ieorglu representatives of the two great par- as "Pnclo Jake," died near Ontes the spoon, Mvallow them down and then w.tuitid'proteetinn continued n would cull n "snollvgoster." es will Inaugurate a new era in ither night He was lnst 100 years of drink a glass of leer aftr them lie thrown Carnegie, it says, mint have Oh. no: the slumps in Maine nnd Ver- American politics and that calm disa'e, nnd tins lived nil his life in this devoured a half peek of the.e stones known when he precipitins! tho mont didn't menu anything. cussion and respectful consideration for state. every day. and when ho hhalccs his Homestead dilticulty that he doing lllaine's appeal to the Irish voters tr Tub lody of a white babe was found they chink In his stomach. In uppenr-nnc- o Mr. Harrison and the republican arty ' vote for Harrison was wry eiTccthe in the opinions of our opponents will characterize the presidential contests in a pustelionrdliox nt Klghlhand High felho is a black, swarthy-lookingreatest possible injury: the fore piling up votes for Cleveland tlie of the future. tongues uro streets, Paris Gossip low, and, having been a soldier, tn:tdo Mr. Carnegie desired free iron ssd free I Hon. Benjamin Harrison, Incentive "While this contest has been wnped busy trying to x the parentage. good uso of tho food allowed him by ! steeL Mansion, Washington: Am sorry to high plane the issues involved celling it and subsisting on dirt end Javils Win.n, n merchant nt Itlce staThis is pleading the baby nit with a learn that you fell outside the breast upon a have been none the less clearly and tion, on the K., N., I,. . II. It It, while pebbles." vengeance. It does not require a very works. Warner .Miller. . V World We firmly liellevc assisting In tiring anvils nt a Clevelnnd distinctly defined loti)f memory to recall how persistently Japan anil China. that the welfare of our country nnd of nnd Htevenson celebration nt that K!nt, NOTES AND OPINIONS. will be very, the republican organs nrpicd that The women of Ami-ricits humblest citizens are liotind up in as terribly burned by the explosion of much shocked to hour of n little hign tliere was absolutely no politics in the Dii: November s, the (irand the success of the great historic party .i enu of powder ho was holding in his Whatever may which occupies a place on the tanliD of Homestead incident. Old Party, llurinl private No llowern. of winch we nre memliers. nand. Iloth eves were badly damaged, "Do lie the truth about tlio contributiun of No tho Ynen-I'tilliver In Poo-ln"We. favor a larger measure of No hope of a resurrce which will muse luTimiucnl blindness, Not Drown Temalo Infants Hero. "Tho Cnrnuie. l'rick V Co. to the repub- tion.mourners. freedom to tho cud that em- probably death. A man who No nothing. Chicago Times. sign is read by 750 (WO I'ooehovt sns, lican campaign fund, there is nu wss scrioutly The election is over nnd the ployment be given ottr own skilled the I'.umus over the point that toward the causing no blush anil no comment. Tho i necessity of Catnlidate I'eid osing ui labor and that the I'nited States be the biirnnl. l killing of n girl baby in China is a crimo close of the campaign Postmaster successful competitor in the markets of Al.lil.ltr Haiisks, of Jtowen, Powell Wnnamaker sought an interview the friend of tho workingman Is past never punished. The birth of a fethe world. We favor the free admis- loupty, was assassinated by unknown Prick, and this invnum Detroit Tree Press. male child t'irovis tho wholo family with It Is a part of parties on the road between lloweii und b- There is some consolation in the sion of raw material. a henilded Into derpest grief, and the mother often wits to tfmlfc tHnt llu, mill ..- -j in ,ili!0, kIh, paper as relating that thought that tho protected monopolist our political creed Is that 'n tariff con-a Mt. Sterling, the other night Ills lody ... ...., -v that tax paid by the can retrieve herself b to dispose of tho liusiness. There is no room fui d .tibt were bled to the last shekel by Denny's tux' and We earnestly favor the reduc- was fairly riddled with rifle balls. n cry that the republican leaders tried t( jf,.t campaigners, and now they are holding sumer. a minimum of tariff tases upon Harms wns a nopulnr iimn, and no rcn-oInfant quietly nnd cnective'y. tion to can be given for the tragedy. No different Is the Mate of things in Japan. a contribution from the Carnepe estab- the bag. Toledo Dee. one Is even sutpected, n Ilnrncs was The Australian ballot work the necessaries of life. There the parents nre (.training every lishment, nnd did it In K public a man"To the end that we may have a not known to havo an enemy. nervo to edtnatc their children, girls ner as to imply that they Mere not nicely except from the standpoint of stable government In the states, avoid Hki.l Wiiioiit, near Tolle.slioro, had as well as lioys. Kvon young husbands ashamed of it. If the reaction did them the gentleineu who would fain manipii race disturbances and secure to ull sec tho mlsfortunu to lose an nriii while arc sending their young h ios to school. mi injury, as there is every reason to late the gentle voter nt the jxdls. lions of our country the prosperity and grinding cane in a milt Had it not Minneapolis Tribune (rep.). only themEuropean clothing is wrrn (it is an believe It did, they The proposition that the tariff i' happiness which spring from good gov been for the quick action tin the part open question, however, ul.cther this selves to blame. They had won so lonp we are unalterably oppose of the driver ho would have been killed. Is an improvement), and colleges nnd by means of corruption funds that they not a tux. and that the foreignor pays eminent, the force bill. Vt JlonKKT T. Taiii.ton, of Snrdls, ngcil seminaries havo been e&tablbhed nil had cmne to believe that Mich means It, seems to havo been a little more to the passage of economy in expend forty-fivwaa killed in a railroad wreck than the American stomach could di- favor the strictest over tho country Much of the credit were irresistible. lures of the public money Hut, after nil, Mr. Cnrne;iu was not gest Indianapolis Sentinel. at Oreely, Kan. Is due to tho efforts of the empress of "The verdict of the people has bwi the re.il llitrehard of tho campaign Damon has a new Masonic lodge. Japan. The chnrgo of tho Pennsylvania That eminence must 1)0 reserved for heavy brigade on New York was no pronounced against a protective tnrilT At Owensboro, Jennie Moorfleld, II, Vke ciinmi'xT docs Hs bent lighting after Hon. William Mclvlnley, of Ohio. It more elleetual than the chargo of tho but let no apprehension lie felt that pretty but tough, went to n deserted -- Tcx.isblftuigH, was he that did Inn work with his tar- light brigade ut Ilalaklura, but It was the business Inteiests of the eonntiy tenement with u mnn. A huge lire was A reduction ol iff lull of nlxmiliiutumh. A luonUi after considerably less glorious, Somebody will be Imperiled. built on the hearth nud during thu its passage the people rebuked it with blundered. Was It Dave MurtlnV N. tariff within safe lines will con ( night tho glrl'H clothing cutight lire and not destiny the business Interests ,,f she burned to dentil. the voice of u political earthquake unci Y. World. tun sweep of n tlilul wave Mr. McKln-le.MiflOIK, the little daughter of JelT The governor of Ohio enu scarcely tho country. was not convinced and not dis- occupy un easy scut after tho vote tif "Tor the first time in almost a- f, Kvnus, of Itallaxd county, tho other day mayed. Ho coolly said fiat thu peoplo no confidence that has been of a century the democratic partv ll ato tho headk of somo matches, and died did not know w hut they weru about; that against him in his own state. recorded control all departments of the go McKin-lein n few hours In ngony. The child got they had not had time enuiiih to appreWith this great power ill into u box of matches, and had eaten Ism u us repudiated, und never beciate the Wautlesot Ins bill, but that In fore slneo 1810 has the Iluekeyo state come grnve responsibility You ,vo about a dozen when discovered. " two years more thej uuld bc madly even been In doubt in a presidential wisely celectcd for the highest ,;o Tin: remains of n white infant wero in love with it. The party accepted year known to our constitution a states ,uj found In tho bottom of n well on Saline Detroit Tree Press. that view of tho matter, and readily The puerile nnd absurd plea that whose administration has stood h,e creek, In Trigg county. In a bad stnto of udopted the McKinlev nonsciiso about thu The mystery will bo election of Cleveland would destroy critical test and Is a guarantee of ,at decomposition. tho foreigners paying tho tax. Two Is to follow. Krst assured that u.th :i sX years of deliberation have not changed tho business of tho country did not (irover Cleveland as president uu i tfi Investigated. V' 'y n. Mr. Harrison. "You may fool Ovkh W)b armed men rodo Into Graytho views of the people upon this ques- elect part of the people nil of tho time, nnd the renntc nnd hnitsit control, e.i ,, son nud forced Itnllrond Tax Collector Chllilreu of Mr, unit Mm, M. M. Holler tion. The illsclplei. of Mchlnley should men of his political faith the g..i tho part nil resign. No one wants tho job Attoona, I'a. not shrink from the issue wilch thoy you ofcan't people all thoof trm time, but will be safely admimstere ,lu Drown to fool jcoplo all the forced upon their party. Carnegie Is legislation will be In tho interest 3j now. City htar. C. It. Phoctou wns killed by cars nenr only n side issue. McKinley is tho real time." Kunsas Many of the leading democratic people. Ilurchard of 1&93. I,ouisvillo Courier-.Journa- l. "I nm not unappreclative of the jjh Wick llffe. In Its Worst Form and independent newspapors of tho J, II. ItllOAps became angered at S. P , country ntiltn with the .Sentinel in honor accorded inn by my count rum.-nor am I unmindful of Its gnjt re- Tlmmlnc, over In the edge of Lewis After Vhyiilctanti Vailed, IIooiI'h urultig that an extra session of conPLATT AND DEPEW. county, beCBiiso Tlmmlue lejoiced over I can only sa ,), .is Sarsaparllta 1'errctlii Curvd. gress bo hold next spring to repeal the sponsibilities. A War lift wren Krpub-llra- u McKinley you good night that it shall tie my Iho election, nnd struck him over tho law and tho federal election Great mental agony is endured by head with a reasoned club, causing a t rifurrheaili. dulaw, nnd admit Utah, New Mexico und earnest endeavor to ilisch.ugr parents who see their children suffering nnd probably fatnl fracture. Piatt lays it on Depew Depew lays Arizona us stutes. great ofllce you hanm. severe ludlunnpolls Sen- ties of themy from diseases caused by impure blood, and Hon Piatt. Neither seems Tlmmino is n man of large family nnd a to rcalbo tinel. keeping and that s n mltted to for which there seems no cure. This is Unit the other hud very Inoffensive citizen. Itliouds is a practically nothing to i egret turned to joy when Hood's Sarsaparilla Is to do with an election There Is no saying that tho vic- never have occasion where the peolldence so generously bestow ed tjHm native of Ohio, and has made good his resorted to, for it expels tho foul humors ple were bent, no tory was nn accident The triumph cscupe. from the blood, and restores the dis- or Depew- said, matter what Piatt hus come from u long four years' fight me." on electing Orover David I.Kprontuind Anthony lllythe, eased skin to fresh, healthy brightness. Clevcluml. One of the most shiiiiielul for principle, and wo hau won on i,c. colored, beriwuo Involved In ii shooting-affraKead the following fiotn grateful parents Democracy knows that it ni caimiulgns ever conducted JV ti,P It is clear Unit the truce patched up principle. New stead, Christian county, ' We think Ifool'i Karioi'inllU publican party hus been placed i.n r,.0. during lit the nut lu lietwien the which the latter was shot four 'blp, four" of can win now uvery time. IVilerallhui ord this year ble tufdlrlne dm Ilia uiup.et 'ur Hum! mul talc It will Im placed u, i,Q New York und puraded wltk theatri- hub been driven out ugnlu and it cannot dlietin, Uur two cl)ll'!rcntul7ercltirlti!r mtti Hit times by his adversary and fatally . cal etfoet at Minneapolis was hollow. leellter without u new disguise of unualsof history us tlic nrguiii, Tho troublo was over n reWorst Form of Eczema deavor of wealth to letuin supieu, t.y wounded. Kansas City Times. Not us cats unil dogs, but nono Iho less speclousncss. cent quarrel between the bisters of thu bail tlirro (ilirtlcliitii In tlitl with nsH-rItfor too jean. ior no uiguer purpose man to . ic men, who wero badly carved up during The triumph of democracy is the Plutl Is charKlnff defeat time, but neither of tbeminereeOrit Inrurlni; thrro little lell.tf iireten In Irliiif them annd In a month Atlmtcbll upon Depew nnd Depew is charging t'ltunph of patriotism over venullty the pri.cs of legislation. Despi , oil tho nffray. Mrotlng thu other day tho both tried Hood htrtapartlla defeat uxm Piatt The glibber talker, and corruption. It Is triumph of tho marked every stop of the coutes' lid men renowed tho funiily feud. Illy thu drea nereperleclly uieil. Wo reco'umeuil nil pretensions of decency w ere I ,i. ill Depew, has the later and more plutisl-bl- e people over tho plutocruts. Iet tho fell to the gioiiud after being shot and word, llu decluret that I'lntt, In- democrats rejoice then. Let the jieo-pl- to the winds. Doubtful stutes wi i, boon nfter eplrcd. I.idford escaped and onicd, money wnsavishl iim.i ,, sisting that Depew wai an orutor und, rejoice heurtlly and "In everything Is still ut large. b. inching tilt' tl, ta tunOird (tiunr milltln and would i.'.l I theiefoie, good i iiougli to inuke give thanks." l,ct the cottutry thank ol.j( ctioniili'e biillot boN f linil f, ,, .11 t i.i i 'I'm: post ollice at Hnllburg, II uncock without II" Mil on.l Milt M M nLI I II, HU Vnd il. ieeies modest t ,s ril. f Dopi'H'b (lod for Its t'.flh crunces from the wile iiitiisln cil In llu- pluti ,i' Avenue. Altoona I'a county, will be dl'contliiued nfter tho truiiif niiuts was ,f i, .earthly surv- hands of tho spoilers! -- Illinois Mate er Willi Ii ue II.. il li eels uud .nt i ttUtll Inst. t'onitlrutllou ive IIOOII'H I'l I.I.N cure liter a u that UcgUter. iiiiuiugei, lepilblivuu I HI 1)'. Dctlol I ice pirsi BUt UDDUIuttt, Jl'lt'JKt, ilrt ltJltlJV,lulli,ciUuo. ILUtvlOIS OONE DEMOCRATIC. -Wnnci-'VAVr., "' ' r iWiiinni flj4r.t shi, letlU Un-het-tr li" itetril t - kr fesuvst vtrj rls-e- tlftw-imlk- s M, otv sjl S.'itr l, lst te.' kir rt sualt r V ('! - n. - Wr .tretio. , -- 1. -- ries-uite- bs i.a - tr r' M- - " 1 :iii trrlr B-- 1 vallel rtt-.li.- f-i ini fcs-i- a ti r lrilw trl- - horn-blow- o- tt bkriity rarn v ftrai Ittllit-enee- r rtf 1, -- st t.i r r Jit it !" tai.-Mi- at Vl ijb. Jri j"lc at l. -- '.'. jire - fri eon-i-e- - 1 lto hd fro, tt A RAILROAD ADVCNTURE. Wat Annul u, lTCY'Nnt at the Tints II It Happened. A lndy who has been traveling nbrond lelntetl nn ndveiiture, n)s the Youth's t oiiipuiiion, vv hlch befell her In Italy In n railway train, an adventure thnt It ii't without IU amusing side Her htikbau I put her into iv compurt-inen- l ulmie, nnd went to attend to tho luggage. After ho had gone a fellow got In, and presently tho train started off, tho husb.ind not appearing. Tho lady vva iinltirally n good deal disturbed, nud the wny In In which tho stranger looked nt her did not tend to diminish her ngltutUut. Suddenly, Mill with hit eyes fixed upon her, tho null took from his pocket a largo clasp ktilfo and opened It. Then ho rose nud dclilwirately cut from the window blind their cords, nud began to knot them together 'Iho lady wna terrtllrd nlmctl to death. She expected to Im strangled on thu spot, nnd began appealing to the stranger to sp.iru her. Ho only laughed brutally, her In Italian, of which she did not understand a word. Thon ho pulled oil his eont nnd wnlst-eon- t, and Just ns tho terrified woman wns nlmost prepared to (ling herelf cut of tho compartment of thu swiftly moving train, he knotted tho cords so as to piece out n broken suspender, put on his coat nnd wnlttcout, und sit quietly down In u corner, wheru he went quickly to sleep. Tho husband, who had by mistake gilt into a wrong compartment Just ns tho train tnt starting, and who Joined his wife Hi the next station, found her on the verge of hysterics from the affects i' f tho fright she had undergone. villain-oti-Ioohlti- g Clirlilmai Vlda Awska. Tl:e December Wide Awn he Is a frua Cluistltlns number and has, therefore, the full Christinas' flavor, from the iH'sntlfnl colored frontispiece- that opens It to the fantastic flower piece t ti it ends It. I'd friuitlsplece Is n representation of i'io Ice Queen In her grotto, drawn hv lleurv Sandhnm to nccoiupany Mr. S.iii.lhatn' nrtlele, "The Vagaries of hiidn Clans." The llliifcnnt School," the fnmotu l'tullsh school In which Charles I.nmb other noted Kngtlshtuen were ni by lionise Imogen (lulney, Is I... idy Interesting nnd fully lllnstiated hv Joseph Peiiimll. "Mr, Vun tlelt's by William 0. Stoddard. To strong slory succeed nn equally ll. s'r iiig llirtstmns ballad by IL Mucdoii-i- t Alden, "How I.iijla round the i Isjuutlfully lllustrutei! y M rrlll. Ihe new serials that commence In Christinas number are of unusual lb ex ellcli.e. They nre W O. .Stoddard' lletnltiti 'turv story, "(ioerlTcn Dvck," M ly liliiot Seitwell's navn. story,"Tho 'Midshipmen's Mess." ntul Theislora IL Jeniieas's Indian story, "Piokeo and A be, IVoidei" all finely lllustriited. tie ghtful Christmas piny for young pie, Wishing," by William (Irunt, Is i,ivcn complete, with directions for edit-rnt-'- UhTkl 1'" tIirlllltnt,Mne. L- V" I -. : f purchata. T i I Rool HcatAT KIDNEY.LIVER'2 o DlcAJ5r?tT." lies tai lie, fold breath, nmr sliiniuh, heait It'll. O1ISI10SS, n, i. lnii ur d)is-pti- coiMtlpatron. home) representation. CM. l'ri.'c W cents. 40 n year. D. l.o i u no r Co u I'.v si, Publlshera, Plitrrst after entlng-Itoniiub, tliiirtiieteiit , rMr Digestion, tn ath, paint mln ami blontlnfio Ibo In the fsmit. lljstou, Mat. I Loss A tplrmlld lo-tI I Mnt Ikti-n- i. Rni'ie-"p- w THE AMERICAN llni. SOLDIER. to-Ja-v. tht cfl If ferlr-vHl- To Uuoir film Well Von Mntl Toll with IX-i- i. 1 tu I s" n p ' sE " io p Si AJ&'iA v rjfaryr trr vvWf; V l.ou-Isvlll- . ? S gl wiVif run-tents- , . t lisa (s)rW vsKfo (t I v frfc&X 40 sr J( ? X To 'cow the American soldier woll you must toil with him over the dcert trail when the tun bouts tiotly down on tho dry and verdurelr earth, nnd the dust rit.cn In while clouds that hldu tho column from view, nud till the eyes, the inttstAche. the ears, the mouth, with Hero Is where profanity nud vexntlou his songs and J 'kcj proclaim the stuff that he Is inado of, says Harper's Weekly Then w Ucn ya are seut out with him In Um dead of winter over twenty Inches of snow, your equipment nnd that disuppltea on Isjbklwds. ho it mounts time and again without a murmur, puvhbi to help the mutes up hill, snd repacking the overturned sled a dozen time In a day. then, after It nil, g digging Ids hole In the snow, nnd up hit tout nt night, nil the time joking with his "lliinWle, ' nnd rendy ns ever U steal , wisp of hay ur a handful of 'sits for hi ahivcrntiz h rse He it I tliut Jumped Into a bulling hot tpring to save tho lifn nf n daujrhter f a jirivnto sltieu a Uewl for which tho rltuen, who was a rich man, pnilfrrrd the osUiunding sum of Hv o iUiIIsi-n- , no.! the government the gold mis! a I of honor, he that took u Hat bottomed tsat out In ae henvy sen in Ntnv York a drowning boy; that harbor to rs-utost his life for hi fidelity whIU to swim an icy stream with lispaU'hea: who single handed servrsl n lei I gun thrt'iigli an u tin with n IhiI-le- t In his leg. to hold n pusttion; he that 1 put-Mu- nine, Cunillel" Mr llrttliti "Yshi inis'ht ef One IWtlle, Uliliillf I vef jeulSji. If Bel uii ti end il all. my dear ' t. 'Ui-'t- l sl LrvHilrI.lfo, t llnicsUU, .I Or. Sljr, fit. OO lire, In. s.utlun V. Isastrangn parallel that fail coloia I.T.IH.'Kiliii,lami1.1A II llh' ti Ir lo., IllxillAMros. N. aiecoloi' Hat will nut run ilottun Tiau. jI Dn. I I.U script t'allfnrrli In Three ami One. Half Uav. Ifjiui."' K big ' t) Cuiifornla ' nud ditlro II 1' """ "I t'" "I' " to rnuki ' ' dtu ii al, corn! vi liililn ninnner, pui.nuaal rpi'i-- k a 95 I 3 ur lit ' via llu' Lldiajo tc .Nellli l eel. Pos ill.- un I rleillein luilao urn, L'i ll'v r itiivli.iWii'g rvsntnlee"lii;riire ai CtiKsigu te tau 1'inaeitisj uro run M Um a' lie in lhrisi nnd one half daj t urtiltbel teuil! tlerpingesrs Cunple Kight doctors treated tup lor Heart in Hid Ii iuk' iU.uvisi.il ci.s cml are u sc nud one for Hlicitntnttstii, l ner Ii In ! either piiv 'I liv p.i ef utilt- but did me no i;ood. 1 could not (tret i r- - "I'd lias tl' he at il llivj)- - ilh 'lorn CiiIismiii to rs,n laii- .tlou I. J.vcrytliuti: t lint I took p i ' etlter t'l.ltfei ii il fn-a-i I' ta 'I be into Die Stuinrih distrcvcd me. I paelnntof Irabu t'bliairo h jr of t etwuentwii will a I IraiNt could not hU-- ) I had taken all aftorda i I st and Niulh from t h nl c r..i.' kinds of medicines. Through ev, art ll kef, allnnlnr nine ificniht' tkiymii neMltli Etvlti tihuiniatif L'lillfsir neighbor I j;ot one 'f otir books. m i, m Ue lie .eit ut leiv shp I procured it Udtle of Csecii's AugliiH.iiiiatieH tervatttHii and ' I i.ii. iiig rir retl of .in) liaksi sgrttL ei lijr ust ''lower wmI took tt. I am ran lw V A a.Mre--s Thra'l l.eaei tl Patten stout, hcartv nl htmtig nd enjoy .vgesxt iV v.1 ' lunch your in to-lit-)aud n onif rruw.tiMtliinir term !i Irufe ifosl, tlie-t- , kleeplcetand all uiiilriuur, neaktx-- , ilvbllity, firllnif of Appetite, deprrttej 'August Flower k ht-.ilt- i Di-on- sc - 1 to-da- y Ker ami iVetlrn. Coin It rket i, CIiuusV. rae-- t t'tutfafit orllt- Uvik Kt for lite I wr. ll vtlieti ii.l. d T" Dnuvlue lliiero. I 1h!wli hmv nr pru-ke- s.ivedm lifrnndg temcitiy health. Mrs Js.imIi I (.':, 1 ',.ukc, O up ' to the lerstcf August l'lowcr II O y II A, I ugent. i . i: It. in d get a copy of ' faHtiwi Martha Wattdng ton eit HMik, HO Mik'es fullv illustrnt L l.ue 'be veltot vestiliulcd trailit tiftbei II- Uv D. Isetweeii ' in. iiumtl Martha Wiishlnct'ii aid CI .'o. K A 1 nnt-innat- i. vvr i send rmttjk, li P te-t- tnr I nil." otitt in tumps "They aJi Testify Is fJJ HI O aa l" tScc ctvtik b will v "nt I b tinrivAlletl. prejitVHl. v '1 ho book I w - :fn?nswift'f J.VveJ ill Snaelffc. tt -1 a I ., J rri xb" oW lime tlnnl yotl belrevei inenp-vlil- e of "tmrking faro" and ilrinUiiu liquors. A snythln; lie. a" Crfa'r Srt 'Unlit Wit n vahte hsent ne. t.si You ttsutar. r wy rssar turn of n In a small Imt atrong 1 cArlA $kssn fWh mmA it ijneer speraUilaa. Tlve AstHHuptlon convent of Paris lies undertaken a stranjfr businrsa namely, the oreeUno of a bulging hottnc for nwrrul women suing fur divorce nnd dalnus of uithlrnwing ir e uuld from their wonted society they sliall W fre aynln u huU for new lies. In the Mime biiildlHg nuns will In rented out to foreign young li.lis f!nbhlng their educitlon and studvlng art A strange combination! Is it the Intention to improve thd mural of the ladies expextliig dlvnrce. or to e' jente the young Indies fordltoret cundiilattMi? Anyhow, In tray l'urts the ptost apeu. lutlon promises stiociw- An i:xafgemllo.-Oay-Th bevnt i1 irr.inpi kva.arl.. tlr uaoll But ii vlroaiu u-- lie.. W umin. hytinti IK- Vtoniler They lln.an. it ternitb:e to Um rheum t c an Will en etsaui Vvtien H.T t era HtuMath Hilkert.wi.il h rt tnalaitr Willi C'Hilft In ,1' i t paiiim, Imllirtotioii. ;,n mils, tub he, lnMnua , itneikt and a if are) aniemg the al!m.-olover, we nj.relteii.lve riu0). . i -- Im-- plu-i.-- al J', wvn J rti t 'r int I Ttrtelt iol.li jettl --aS'l.h'H" ' ' m 4lmkelltllr or lt--t if al irtdkikvilePi nt ret .11 n! lSltPM wiiSlutllJIi-lllitUl- t retM.tr. II ll a lotMt lul .teeble.rtieetallllt.,stl loek-- htilkl" i trlalltj, artriw frem Iweura Mjsl re k Irtsvit. l.itialuolkepewrf. lr Ikjot t o " I set ka.1 Skla Weet - tealltj trea. ru(wtill A.ll if. rftljfrvSsj L.UJ sfj r t I f 17j tan iJ J fi t ft I at i I kl be tkeerfuttet t IM II rl-.l SrUt lit - a tlfsl't. , lla(J-tft'- a I ivj ntll.l .V lt r4 tr - ' arefl'i HUtuiB to lUueirniesl vvoti cut sulur taltt um) ranch hi ft- - lent r it SWIFT QPr.0IFIC CO., V iwu;, At!. tt, Ot . ti v-i'- Jir S-Xt- SB i ii! Hie I'nlte.l ltlet. K l.vrr Imnitex'itH Man of the fr. !el S .lee, t wui r mik tttltuMe) f r . D' h. rfUkH la Mkiteil In tlw Kin, i k"i ii I' te l'i .Irs will btt niailtsl to aa a lib r' re t e)f Itrelve rs'Hla in puslmte v I' H AgOHl, I . II f. y ll l.O Ma, (rri. H.,i'hiraa, IIL Jltp lil iiOhdfiS. ' siV CilsaiTvWF 'srTBTaaV Pt Bile Be&ns Small to in Itetiltile m I .insllpailuii turtle IneeVe I af !.: t r ilnui(itc ,, uinile d ' - - 'ree IVInre lilvi, S!)f rftf J I $,1H 4 C Wid- m iv ow Weill w tsars very havy mourning Day Yes; but she doesn't feel as black ns she Is dresses! Pnek. lllilen Timet I lbs laitwrlatic of p- -r I inaiienlly In eftecti and were sail lltal Willi truuslenl ai tlon but nov that II I knewn Ihul Svriiput Plfia will iuaii"utli turn haliltiml eotitlipatlr n, well informed iienple) wilt linl ey Mher hunt net. liirh ml for n time, trui t!nad) Injure thd system. III ,U tbo ll.fiwe haul ir houit - lUaalru Oaxette,lie dnettt't rsro unvtllne about le sat trted o reward fir any onte ol vis will pive f caurrh thai oaMtttil tie cured Willi llall't CkurrkCure tttlXIO !) 0otrhles It oirs P.l.is Sllaett rUfV. I'eoplo oTerloo.o iiMVi-Ikheui-rall- r J. Ctsr;r Tiken Internal! v : 'Mlitv,"-Kliegnde Co , Tropra, Telctle, j lllal I'MtplVsAI. ( l.aao'' "No" V "Ikiokl" "Yet ' f'f ftScctttiv. Lttati g 11 .(-- Do not nlc a fupitlvo hsvv lie "mmes nn ' Akk liiui huw hs it oil."- - Dl.at New i. nt Hale I' 1 fort "glia I seaTisihucftei Id opt Cm e In oner; inu'e tun r. aon trmt r iU n en have m tnany ' emit it ivIm- Mne. In Time I)tr llerehoniil raiven T.ir ey nnd lritrU ..fcla SHIL0H S CURE &&l ti r I). ii..- M'ui' Hi lul am iiiplUi f llmta nret Con t ti in pt I nn, Cuiifit, Crimp, Nora Ttiruat, b. J bj til llnu it oa a j .titnite. THE MARKETS. I'lsrrlxsi r.!Vr.STOCK-raiik.-ioMi- otl MODJESKA. in 3 S V 7V c y extln-mulshe- d ll(K)i- - c.,mm..n ... i win- rmii-oiir- a den-era- siii:i:i' s UoimI ntrkem i:e--t W s to .t ' vr It; tt t n v . s v OKAIV No ruim-Wlrn-- uu -- .... p I nl - Kent- r faitilly - Nn rest i; I e . i . (tils Kyc-.s-- o,S Si. J wllisl. ., . niUwl tt t t s U st J h : fr fj 'Remedy tlje equal of or i J r. IIAY l'rlmn In eluilee . TUII.vi lent iii il leaf PIUlVislMVS-MeUl'TICII-rirfrl- ... . ltfHI 10 Id Srt ' , . I' II it, ' fortePKomiiirixiid Itr an I re 1'rloi" s'mui le AI'I'I.Ks-Pri- me, POTAlOtiS-Perb- M 1'riine loiitoke erebmor .. oNilrv Iirk ........ IM. s.1.1 lternixiicnruiie i i 3 Uiigli anJ cry within th snme moment ilm.ist, tli it keen me loting." Mot people Kri'A- ni'irnse and iiieLintholy . they Kro.v Hie, i WI en me one avUcJ this famous ,vc-I- re h ' v she preserve her be.iutv, sha sjiJ: " m not esonomUal with inv monev or my emotion. I am the veriest spenJtlinHlli.it ever livej of smiles, nJ trj'i anJ JMI.ir. It i Hut I have still ret imej the power to feel rveryllilnc vilir'her rI.iJ or Mil most intenvly, to r IM ti j, .9 . i ' NKW YOHIv". ruvUff-r'a- lr In fancy rwl ST.. n.1 rOll.N'-.- Vo t inii'etl. ..'..'.'.'.'.'.".'.! frits-mln- 7J 'I f POUK-Ve- w I.AUO WesierBstosni CIIICARU I'liPR-Wlntt-riMirn- ts mew. Tt V 1 0 3 Itlrtwi UIIAI.V-U'h- ial to Outn-- Nu POIIK-Mp- m I.AHll-Meu- !'ib in Nu .' Cbit-aa- No kprlns Na trnl . .. 3 1) n WI v II Or, Bull's Cough Syrup r,hTri nur i y HAI.TIMOKli. I'r.OlTlt-l'ami- t' t (tu I 30 ll I l'4 W ly S UltAIX Wbeui Corn M nisi (Uls .Mlstsl '.AltD-ltatttPOUK-M- es .Vni si ,t ;j II A SECOND-HAN- i'l n?m GUTTER Anson Hardy Power Cutter. CAN KASILY UK CHANGED TO A HAND y " MiMlltv . . I .'. 4 CATTf.K-l'i- II')1S c rsl .. i;,ft i ," on) (r, 0 . ((10 U) Kill II) U ffcMrrnMy with inJIgestlon. Whtti the l ia I) f.nl, Ihe vital fori.es vnm the f'Ttn lose It rounjne, the step ill e .tsli ilv and vigor. All tin can bep ifiiJ .iR.niist byl.iriliif; the Laxative ( iiun l)n p. 'I hee Otim iJrop contain a line citli.irtli: rmhovllej In r.uni drop ina. I hey terial. i. ntain no di.iKirr.ible taste of nieJunc. hey cm le given toclul-drr- 'i u iitotit the slightest danger. In fnst t nilM and gentle are they, tint many nn think they have iioelfest upon j erj-ithem, I it if they will persevere for In their use, they will notice that nlRlit they will rei rive Ihe utmost benefit from their ue dettli' sreat remedy of any dealer. 1 he sin.nl boxes are io cents, tin larg l'"s ,'5 tents SYIVAN IMWLDY CO, IVorlJ, III. e, 1 'J. One teison for this I. tint ., UKAI.V-Wh- eat Oils- urn u. s .No. S lVDIANAPOI.I.S No. S rst .. red n i a a : :v t i a) & T Vtdtit rtrw rla'-Tluil- The Best Waterproof Coat In tho WORLD BBVvlsvP ymwmj '' .vv fv Pf)IIII-Win- trr JIIAIN-tVlii- .it i.tii'fsvu.i.i: inlent Nu . I.AUD Miuui lnu- - Mlxisi I'llllli Mnn Corn Miii'l Jril . ' U . u, IA MACHINE, flSR BntfSP I ni i :ii'. s ill A. li'! .iv I did it Mean Co., I Kellogg Newspaper CHICAGO, Mi. Men. SLICKER rvifrHK'ililirl.Jiiff. man.,-not on n. nmuri i.uyanitt ir Itto "fun I"U. Mm. . A, J 1i.Wyi(ill t.f m Both Had Eczema . i rVV .r so .o HSa&- nI .S7.V.S7AK nmtler lioif iluik the douila nie, when cotni-H, ' no tin vvoninn wlm I Imrtm tlovvil by vviiiiiim'a troublrs Vav-orit- flDlliU llfr lllDal er tuit Bit -r . . ,,. 1 1 liiuilo (iloonir liy thu ilironle wtnknesseei, iliil cntu ilerntiKi inenta, a nit iwilnfnl ilisonleni tlmt nf ihet lie r N', tliey nro life i turns to J)r, I'icrie'a I'micrlptlnii. If Iicr ruu Mine Jlial.lt Cureil In 10 li-ill ilHJI. No im) till lllreil. mi. st l I'lll.ss, Ubtnvn, Ohio. rar ka. rM j, HIIwillItIMM) HI ICKEItfi warranto wtlvt ik! rrptml y In IliohirUrtUiurui. The linnu.lt hill KUtUi.cnTLrMiiit;cu4t.anii tifwitrrf i nuiiaiiuut. iriini. .ft. iw - ,. If li' riiritl. nvrrvvoiknl, nervous, or "nitwlown," rlut ban now life nml Ftrenrlli. "riivorifoPn-s-rltlonIn n, InvlKuintlni: mmk &M - ?a a ll'HMMKrrlf (bo norc tfllallvj 9.RBAMillALiyi-rle.n.ePHI! ;. ,ucnornlain 1 iNUiiHUM-iUV- N.J J, 1 i fr inio bruk-jltt- J f.lvrn ICrllrf Htoiuu for i'oll tu 1 rati. tarn iiuiiri. tt yiijr ivnf lualL KLY 1IUCH., W W arrm Hi, ti. Y. ur 1 t y I V -- iruT dlKHon, linrniles.. fiim-tloi- Hood's Sarsaparilia i I'lirlciicu ilia bloml, illtpeU nml nnil pain, brlnpi rcfnililiiR tlit-plimlth nnil vigor. For every " feninle U tlio only nml illtturbamti, It reinislyK) siiriiiiiii uiifaJliii that It can lo (ru nniiifrii, tonic find u sootlilng ami CX UniiKllienltie norvlne, V 'IremtHli Ntfti.rtliit.nolnoonttnltniia 'ami nnlsVtalfis'ii Hirlet rronfiileulltL nirrlvveL't'tnlila. tierfcctly anil iiromote nil tbo StKm ,,'rrjiwra:?.'rr.,.rr.YJf.'ikT1?.H: It ri'Rtilitii i of wciiinnlio'jil, Improvm -- 5) FT FOLKS PUCED, ' aatBjk-wi- ai nelirsi r--i anj fajrr7vJl.U.Xr7al7tjBajjllH l a ll fail ( Caiitiiiiiillt et ainl eoplii H i' " v 1 ma, ihuiililuui l'itutCure!ur H ! j jr-ijjjB- I H ('nntiinipllnn. lliouiuii.lt, film II tint net Injur eiireil H H o If It money hack. il(n'l benefit , or cure, you havo your rrlaliindlf free I) null. aiurett i """ RlfLtS' U.L i 1 fc ( - FRTSi .... r.u.u "!" Kh.u. UI.l..l. urea ail. raili.llierarali. i tin . ... IMlPft.aT.S.'rflf.W.? HI, , . H A I N IC I. u V.T M,,l f" t.ui..nt.trijiit..rt ' it filvJ.l.liiiPjMiiCLiuitiCo uliTPUre MmJim lUaiti.ii.ii"U."nnivfiLtinWtvl Hills tun title IS.I atvr. mi ta - I i in tnvi iiiisi ii I'l ktaa lat aeittilt.wtat I tkte ' sl w ' ,VffT I r , .yj. .tke: tS , .BTkfLgT ' l. -r . . 1 ...v-- "T V".1 V . to rtj.A. V