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A DULL FIGHT. ?& ' CIORGI WAWHIN, Itfltor. hickmIn COfi 7tr- i",'j FINE JOB PBINT1N$ KXEOUTKO BALK BILLS, LKTTBR HSADti ( BILL HBADS, INVITATIONS, mr cv , fiTimTmsiiiWMTCi KNVELOPM, T. TnOLlMT Ir JI r 11 wwMir xniTVOKT. i V frkcof Sitariptta., $M0 OURRENT TOPK51. BiX cometa I HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY.' INCOME TAX f .?PRIDAY, TT ? DECEMBER M. 211 I.bUUva rraaasdiags. 'Ja & fll. r. -- NO. MTC,, aTTC" i, j al G. CALL AJTD SEX V. ' DYNAMITE UdKLV With Vrae The rt . Is' hi ,JW h 'T' . J rated In heaven. This bank of England wm Incorpo1G04. an KENTUCKY ' bow vJalble In the th Matador Plungod nin Bword Into Ono of Thorn. ItronRljr fsvurnl nan Tariff for Sugar, li.r !trvnua Conircumnn riot, Firtl National Bank or Llb'eflyV Thk net dobt of Canada la reported to fee 1237,781,000. &,-- ,- I$wk 'Til . ' I; ...' Jl. . : S ' " Thk resurrection plant growa In Mac Africa. lo and Inch One of rain means 100 tona of water on every acre KAch wing of the ostrich furnishes twenty-silong white plume. Ylokknck Niomtikoaix, the-- famous uurse, la scvcnty-tw- o years old Ax electric cigar lighter and electric refrigerator are two late Inventions. difThk water of about tweaty-flr- a ferent aprluga la peddled In Chicago atreeta. Th patronage of tha rice president la limited to private secretaryship and davkshlp. Tmk experiment In raUIng tobeeeo In Qeergla UiU year hay proved yery x Ths HelloMlng Slsmp.,1., (ho Ull.rr Threa -- Ths Harrlcailcs fllvs War, ni. Holla and Holator llreiim MliraOu 1'erson Klllmt snil Tea Injured. Nov. 9. Hon. Jc Tancoe, tho Jefa Tolltloo, or mayor, of tho town of Artooga, about forty miles southeast of this city, arrived hero Ban day morning after a Ion hours' hard ride across tho rough mountains. Ifo relates a thrilling story of an accident that occurred at Artcngu Saturday, and the object of his vUlt was to secure medical aid for tho unfortuntte victims. ) The matador, or alaycr of the built was to be Manuel Lopez, m daring fy p. to. there wrre lean vaquera. At 8ai.tim, Mex., about eeeessful. v spectators la the H the arena. The1 fuderllloa and 'matador) took 8,509 .ij i r and early frosts. The tunnel at Niagara falla la completed, and the fatla are to be harneaaed toy next March. Thk man who li perfectly proportioned weighs 80J pound for every foot of his height. Tm scaffold on whch John Ilrown waa nangvd nt Harper's Terry haa been aent to tho World' fair. Tiinr.xof the four Dutch universities are open to women, namely: Leyden, Utrecht and Amsterdam. A Kaxsas C'irv farming Implement house Intends sending out a young woman as a drummer next year. Six children from one family were lately admitted to th Soldier' Orphan' homo nt Atchlsou, Has. Monx thanone-Hft- h of tho work done In agriculture and In k'niall Industrie In Franco I erforroed by women. A Irrri.nao.N nix (Ind.) young woman won a lino berry farm, Talurd at 1,000, as the rctult of tho recent election. Katun Nkukw, the governor-elec- t of Minnesota, wa born In Norway, and Ma lx year old when ho cams to thl country. CiUEi.r Cosscu.T, of Bradford, Ta., 1 to rat aix pieces of billiard cue chalk, the effect of a bet on Harrison's election. npuit a vary short different eottea ceater erop, due to flooda llincimits who slaughtered a hog In Lower Sattcon, Pa., found, nugly Imbedded In tho left lung, a silver ten-cepiece. Jri.iA.v IlAwritonxE, " nt who I the fnthrr of eren children, cnll hi homo at Hag Harbor "The House of Seven Gabl-Wrm- Paius laundry man uses plenty of svatcr and boiled potatoes, instead of aoaps, sodas and boiling powders. In cleaning clothes. Til run are seven Hebrew members who havo seats In tho ISrltUh house of common, and Uiey are all related to tlieJtOlUschlld family. A PlIILAliKLrHIA candldato complain that so many lies were told about him during tho campaign that he can not get credit from his tailor. Tnr. Arkansas supreme court decide that exprrs messenger aro entitled, , rqually with to Uio protec Uon of railroad companies. A riilt.Aur.u-iitApaid au election wager by pushing a peanut along the sidewalk on Chestnut street from llroad to Seventh with a toothpick. CilAlil.cs Dickhss' eld houso at No. SO Wellington street, Strand, In London, will soon be a thing of the past, as It I to be remodeled for business purposes. Tmk Trench minister of public Instruction has decided to preserve the home of Joan of Aro In Domreml aa museum In which to llluitrnto her story, A Tiltl.A1iKl.riHA man, who woe twenty-fou- r hats on the election, has opened an account with his hatter, and will draw on him at pleasure for a hat. STiir.i.r car conductors receive only C3J ccuts for a day's wuges In tho'clly of llerlln. Tho dny I eighteen hour long, with a holiday once In two weeks. A oolji throne, of the value of $3,M0, 000, is to le presented to tho pope by the united subscriptions of nil the Iloman lathollo cathedruls In tho world. It Is to bo given to his holiness on thu occasion of his episcopal A pasM-iigers- Jubilee. ixo the verdict of a jury of Inquest in a caso of aupposed nrson: "We, tho Jury, find that tho thing was done. Who did It or how It was done of conrso wo don't know, but wo do, of course know that It was done." Ix Jacksonville, Fla., a factory haa been stnrtrd for the purpose of making brushes and broom of tho palmetto tlber, and eUewhore alnk brushes are being mado of blocks of the wood, half of whoso thickness Is converted into bristling points. Tnr: fisheries of Jamaica aro to be transferred to an KnglUh syndicate. The waters about this lilaud nro said to swarm with tho tlncst hinds of food fishes, but natives havo not tho energy and critcrprlso to capturo and turn them to profitable account Tiir representative of an English yndicatc In quoted In tho dispatches 0 as saying that ho nas Just bought acres of land In West Virginia, and that his syndicate is to establish thereon n big iron and steel works similar to thoe owned by Mr. Carnegie. II. K. 11. HitowN, of Ncwburgh. N.Y., I at present engaged on u stutuo for tho finest typo of the nnllvo Indian for I.ono Wolf, from tho tho World's fair, Indian territory, U tho model. Kot.t.ow 00,-00- IVnn-aylvnn- ln and the crowd was farklfcJ with plenty "of amusement by the suth Ity of the banderlllos In keeping out of the way of tho enraged animals. Alter working up tho bulla Into a state of great frenzy, Lopez got la U kl l the first bull Ha gave tho animal n thrust between the shoulders with tho sword, but tho wound was not a fatal one. The blowing and wild capers of the wounded animal stampeded tho Other bolls, and they made n united rush against tho heavy barricades, which are fur the protection of tho spectators. The bsrra-cad- o gavu way and tho bulls rushed frantically Into tho crowd of pec pl, who were thrown right and left by th animals' horns. In their excitement tho spectators rushed to one side of the amphitheater to escape tho fury of the bulls. Thl caused the seats to glvo away, and fully fifty people sustained broken limbs and The bulls severe Internal Injuries. killed oio and wounded ten others. TREA8UREJV8 REPORT. He Skowi th Monetary llltlnrjr of ths t'ulua KUUt fur I sot. Washikotox, Nor. 88. The tresorer of the United States, Mr. E. H. Nel-has submitted his annnal report for tho year endtd June 80, 149X The net ordi nary revenues of the government for the fiscal year were f33l,t37,7S(, a decrease of f.17,074,0A3 as compared with tho year before. The net ordinary expenditures were 35,033,830, a decrease of 110,340,441. Tho surplus revenues Here thus cut down from 37,S39,?.3 to r..0U,4M Including the public debt the total receipts for the year wcro f30,40!,Ck and Contho expenditures 634,019,2M. sidered with respect to tho effect upon Uio treasury, the receipts are divided Into two geucral clashes, of which tho first, comprising the ordinary revenues, tho receipts from' loan and tho deposit for tho retirement of national bank notes InciraMi for tho time the cash avtUable for the use of thogoTerrniMw.(iaMM the second, arising from Uio Issue at gold, allvrr and currency certificate note United btatcs notes and tend to swell the assets of the treasury, but do not affect tho available balance. Tor the Hrst of these claM-- tho figures show an excess of ISS.OOO.COO of expenditures over revenues In 1S91, and one of upwards of i7,000,000 In 1891. In tho second class there was an excess tf nearly 109,000,000 of receipts In tho former year and one of 150,000,000 In tho latter. As compared with 1691 there waa a saving of upward of 114,000.000 of Interest, out of which a surplus was realised, notwithstanding the cutting down of the revenues by legislation. Analyzing the true condition of tho treasury and setting aside tho trust funds, tho treasurer shows that there was a working bulanco of cash and deposits in banks amounting to 1307,110,4s? at tho beginning of tho year, and to 1105,718,-13- 1 at tho end. Of tho former amount f 119,000,000, and of tho latter 1U,S00 was gold. Tho success which has nttended tho efforts of tho department to maintain a strong gold reserve Is considered satisfactory, In view of the heavy disbursement. Tho amount of the publle debt Is given us (1,543,996,391 on June 30, 1691, and II,5SS,I04,H4 on Juno 80, 1893. Tho loans resting on the credit of the United Stoics wero out down from to 1909,318,840, while those secured by full deposits In tho treasury Increased from siO.Ksi.o.ii to fo:o,243, W, tren-Mirs MrSlJKS Waiiiinotox, Nov. S9.-- Mr. Holman, the 'ObJector," Is in tho city, and haa bcpm tho work of mnkliig up his appropriation bills. He has many Ideas for economy, and ho says he Intends to put them In practice, and only allow absolutely necessary Items put Into tho appropriation bllln under his care. Ho does not share tho opinion of other democrats that tho treasury I bankrupt and says "that condition does not appear to confront us now. I am not prepared to say that there will bo a deficit that will demnnd an extra session of congress I sec by the papers that there will be, perImp, 133,000,000 In tho treasury that will bo nvnllable, outsldo of the 1100,000,000 of reserve. If this coming session reducrsrxpcndlturcs, ns I believe It will, that amount together with revenue, will run the government nntll the end of the fiscal year. There will probably be a, falling off In tho revenacs, ferfwe' can kjudly hope that Iwey. vviil rxerwi vajvWree, arvpasaay and the rS6,000,000 should be sufficient for tho legitimate expenses of the government." Among tho principal measures to bo dbcutscd In the houso this winter, Mr. Holman thinks, tho question of an income tax will lead. "An Income tax Is a very populnr measure In Ohio and Indiana, and, Indeed, throughout tho entire west," ho said. ''There are many potent reasons why It Is being so widely considered at the present time. The people, especially of the west, believe the wealth of the country Is Interested In tho lavish expenditure of money. They see that unless you Interest the wealth of the country In behalf of economy thero will be no mltlgntton of the evils of extravngauco. lly Interesting them you crcato new motives tending to frugality. A fair, Judicious, wholesome Income tax will do this as nothing else can. Such a tax will be wholesome, because It will Interest the very men to demand a frugal expenditure of tho public money w ho aro now arrayed on the side of extravagance. I do not think that ne should levy an Incomo tax to pay the pension bills or any other special expenditures, but that it should be levied as a fair and equitable means of rr.I.lnp money to pay a portion of the general cost of operating the government. Mr. Holman docs not think the navy nil) get much show this session and says that diplomacy Is our weapon of war and adds: 'We do not need a navy. A largo navy Is dangerous. Diplomacy Is our weapon. Mr. Holman docs not think nn extra session necessary, and sums up to his Idea of what Is needed as follows: "I favor n tariff for revenue only, except sugar, wjdeh should bo on the free list; a radical reduction In public expenditures und tho passage of a wholesome Incomo tax law." Missouri, Robbed. Iral ubmlltsf by Rothschild to, ?' Munrtnrjr ror.ferrnce Ha Arenas l 8?ATl:lWl " u IfctY IS QUIET. r kisUo'rr, M protection will ri liars been counted. IRRESPONSIBLE CARPERS, Itrpuhlicnn (inr llaads rradlello( riRaa-riItoln. Is nlready The Ilsnk Almost Coiiip!llr Onttixt, TlinntamU uf Dollars Heine Carried Or-r-iie llilevr Steal lionet and .Monetary conference Monday after-n- . gcnrrsl OMcmMy. trsj reperted fsvorsUy, aad Carriage and lnkaTlilri:trap. o They cover eleven printed glvrntKflrst reading. j M. page amtAvg. Te ruAsuroiiT, Lidriitt, Mo., Nov. 9& Kxpert t great length De Kothschlld argue the rpgulatloft ofNov. it. cetvt la the bSt far all the In that cracksmen, with tho uso of tools, dyna- (mt Urltaln Is absolutely Imnossible. wus re portrd. The bHl prorldlag saaaa d tools, mite and tho Judprj for Uio tppesls lhl suggests that the question arise on separately?1court ofrevisory will be soted Mil OQmmJaste The ceeded In cracking the big safe of the b k uvb lvniuiu MJ VJklOim mu relating to interest snit moocy repotted IfOal g First national bank, of this city, andae-curlu- u of silver generally, and by this tbo house ws passed. a sum of money, which, though InHtart-sHouse The house passed assist In checking a further fall It can not bo fixed definitely, owlug to bill to fanners, entitled sii'aci to pttrmt alnc. the growth and rlpeatag of CSasda thlsue. Tea the cxtreaie reticence of the official of .ifie Rothschild raid he did not bill has already been passed by th staate. the bank, is variously estimated al'freA, the Ta 111,000 to 113,000., Iv cm Ilint Ids proposals, would prove a awaitsto th governor's ofstgnsture.sacovM sot puWIe Maari-e- d auditor Tho burglars wore scared away be- rial aolutlon of the question, but he from the scosts was psssed by me aodae. jh omim thai tney would; prove a pal-'t- o spproprlsfes ttw turn of tMW pat aaeamaW fore they had completed their work, p. Ma c Summed are the pay of tho aseistsat auditor, and the tern and did not get Into the reservo vault merle should canWas 'War M.70 for tha pay nt subordinates. The oeda of tho safe, in which was 110,000 more, wurehaie of. . aUfar.1 'aod'. this or's aaUey asfcaall Issil hr tl eaMtttuak. -nrinclnallv in irold. Thev had dynamite . . . m tw tsMsiM. tlss i. .newer wioma mwmss. m rwl aMtpWlH s at SYXamjp.SM.Wam A mae and a fuse attached to thta, but, for f aaami-aeajr. WMsaasbtr t ttm some 'Unknown reason, fled wit NwMamu mwHaast ImlamMMmaMr;! BBBBUBnVJaMKaLTCinfcr tcMMMlauT 1 oc-ttrcxwaassti-wraith latest-approve- Inioilbl'e. Jfr8Kt.t, Nov. 29. Mr Dc lioths-fWproposals weio snbmltted to the IllOttlallUm In Ktigltind li AImo-)- !! PnAhKronT, Nor. was trsnsoitrd toay. The WU .regahrt. log tbe miDSiftmeni of the churl ISWo ta4(te tloosot the slate was reported.. Hocus. 1htre wm lis1 rely S qaoruaa'srstsat twlj; -- nm little yuBtantmliLHT-r- t Strpbcnson bill to prevent- - absenteeism ta tb f t'j Htssfrf monon'lr Prtpn swsy. aianjMcKin('T hstilns to say " lUtimon. Btylirlfn on I 4it ati in chain, (fftunluthralldom, wt ana patntt if at tare-IsM- a 'VJ?- McKlnlnr (thloi; to nay." krVjlltornla u tldlsg (one; nrcs its answer Ife and with drum. tt nprl ne I F.lklni and Ouar. Illsm McKlnlry saing to lay," inm the darker si guoiaeuiy, SlUm n( . m j i ' great prophet uot aionri llp there, flutters Breaking moan. (kneels beside hlin -tis pray." kllsnt MeKlnley it "fill There tho some outcropping of. republicans who declare ''thai their buines will be ruined or that they mutt abandons projected new enterprises ns fo11owc'lhe cdectiefe'of Clevclnnd In 1884. We have Just avfew words to say to thoso who may be' disponed to adopt this form of expressing their partisanship after If has ceased to havo any weight. This class of men Is mado up of two species: First, thoso.w ho nro financially unsound at any rata, and are looking; about for soma ona else upon whom to charge tho .probable 'consequences of tholrown Incapacity or shlttleaa-nes- s. Many of this kind declared four years ago that If Cleveland wero elected their business would be ruined. Harrison was elected, and these men becamo bankrupt just .the ame. They sought to saddle cm tha demparty iTesponslblllty 'which ocratic .. .. .... crvun umiwn precisely where belonged, upon themselves. We tra (.uaie that a large number. of thta , . . " ' CHICAGO'S " -- HIGHWAYMAN. 14HI r'it1IH"nriiiiSaa.Jii ChHdraa aod Kwa raUeeasm. ' havo lost mora If ha had had It. Keefe hnd no monoy, but ho lost his revolver nnd his reputation, which wns nil ho carried with him nt tho time. Nov. S9. The mounted highnnyman who created trouble at the north end of the city lost week has transferred himself to Clyde, llerwyn and ICIvcrsldo suburbs. In tho southwestern part of Chicago. Out there the lono bandit has taken complete possession of the roads, and poverty smites every man who meets him. Monday the polico met him, and ho robbed the polico. Monday boy, and morning ho met a made him glvo up fifty cents. Then he came In contact with another boy, who did not havo a cent, and ho allowed this youngster to go nf ter turning his pockets Insldo out. Next J. M. Meyers, ol the town of Lyons, paid two dollars for tho privilege to keep on living. Fred-cric- k Sellers and Frederick Crow, of up Klverslde, drove behind a horseman nhom they had never seen before, and It cost them $d.30. Thu robber wheeled his horse across the road In front of them, and compelled them to glvo up what they had by threatening them with ft revolver. John Keefe, n policeman, and William Hynn, wero tho next to meet trouble. Ilyan lost tl.00, but ho would Ciitcvno, There wns n cratlfvlng Improvement lu tho condition of the debt, produced by the reduction of tho Interest-bearin- g loans, tho conversion of matured bonds Into others payable at the option of tho secretary of the treasury, nnd tho extinction of a considerable part of Uio loan payable on demand. The total net reduction of I37.5S7.720 in these two tern wa effected by tho application of surplus revenues of tho year, amounting to nearly 110,000,000, together with from tho upwards of (37,000,000 tokoo " cash In tho treasury. According to tho revised estimates tho total stock of money of all kinds In tho country on Juno 30 waa (2,374,334,049, an Incrcaso of (150,000.000 In the year. Ity eliminating that part of the paper currency which Is purely representative, consisting of certificates of deposit and treasury notes, tho offcctlvo stock la found to havo been (1,763,053,751, an of (70,000,000. Indian Btatt Bank. llnuif)Ki.i, Nov. 28. 804 Fstslly Wound )d la a Dutl. Ind., Nov. 29. Ofllccr Michael Kolly, of the polico force, re- I eelved a message Monday evening sum- I monlng him to tho bedside of his brother, John Kelly, at Francisco, Ind. The only particulars learned wcro that Monday afternoon, Louis Wntkins, a colored man, and John Kelly fought a duel with repeating shotguns. Kelly's gun missed fire, and Watklns fired & load of buckshot Into Kolly's bowols. Itoth men wero drinking. Tho wounded man EvANBVll.l.E, can notjcovcr. Bsgley-Vt-U Plaad Insanity. Itr.lirilJ.D TitooTim feels ns If ha was sitting upon velvet. Vermont hiis elected him to till out the unexpired term of Henator Kdmunds and tho next regular term, which will carry him over until told in CI or many of a letter which camo back to tho general post ofllco with these words written by tfie postoi.m on tho cnvolopo: "Tho ddrce has hnmtcd himself; present Address unknown." Naiiiamki. a JIahht, of Ilristol, N. of a II., Is the oldest living state In tho United States. If ho survives until September 1, 1800, ho will bo acaiitcnarluu. Witiiix less than a year Mr. Gladstone has been run down by two cabs, Itruck In the eyo with n plccoof ossified gingerbread and tossed by a heifer, yet he is ns lively as ever. ArmcAX travelers relate that the white' rhinoceros frequently dies from eating poUpnous plants which havo no effect on tho black one probably hepatite tho lino ftccut of tho latter tell dim It Is daiigcroua lb99. A KTonv la hero that tho Urlllsh Indian govern-inoproposes to establish a stato bank In India with n Inrgo capital nnd noto circulation. The object in establishing tho bank, it is said, la tofacllltnto stato remittances and to alollsh tho Miles of India bills. m Ruulsni to Buy Sugar. St. l'KTKitsiiuno, Nov. ss. The cznr has ordered tho minister of flnnncu to purchttM) sugar abroad to sell in Uussht whenever white Kusslan crystal" at tho southwest stations exceed In price S roubles 10 kopecs per pound. - It Is rumored nt la., Nov. 20, The lino of defense of Oeo. I. Itagley, who roblwd tho Untied States Express Co. of (too,-00Is tolerably certain to bo insanity. Judge Hothorock, of the Iowa supremo court, has set that movement well on foot, attorneys are collecting all possible cvldenco In that direction. Hag-le- y was to havo been called to plead Monday, but this has been deferred till Thursday, Ron and XcLuckl Surrender to th ahtrlff. FiTTsiiimoit, Pa., Nov. 20. Hugh Koss and John McLuckie, tho Homestead strike leaders who havo been missing ever slnco tho charges of murder nnd treason wcro preferred against them, returned to tho city Monday nnd surrendered to tho sheriff. DAVicwronT, 0, i came at 10:90 o'clock Hunday mornla& ated. . when County Treasurer Itlley, who hi t la expected that tho proposals will an ofllce In the building adjoining the pe e referred to a committee, ine bank, vent to hls.oOIcc. When he endelegates have been Instructed tered tho room ho saw that the wall of iy their government to act In harmony the building waa caving in, and on In- iVrith the British representatives. vestigation he found that thero hod The document submitted by Alfred been A terrific cxptoslon in tho bank, which had almost wrecked both do Bothscnlld said in part: "I feel that a crold stnndnrd In Entr- He at onco gave an buildings. alarm, and upon search It was learned flsnd Is tho only possible one, nnd If we that burglars hod been nt work consider that her whole commerce and successfully In the bank. They had ,s great part oi mat oi oincr coun entered tho bank by means of skeleton tries, i, came, on uy urns ot keys, which had opened tho back door exchange on London, which nre natand another leading to the room In urally payablo In gold, It must bo that tho world generally transwhich wns tho vault They then drilled holes through the outer door of acts business on a gold basis, and that the vault, and with a charge of powder ajfoublo standard, with the exception blew out the time lock which had been of a very modified form, does not exist set to open on Monday morning. Insldo ten in tnoso countries proicssing to this was a steel door to the burglar-proo- f eay In either metal. Whatever na compartment "The only money tional agreement should bo made, and known to be outside of this door was whatever ratio should bo established, (old alono will always be chosen as tho (300. They nsed dynamite to affect on en- favorite medium oi Ecitnne large tie ots, trance through tho second door. They cr making large remittances. It would must have used a terrific charge, for tho to impossible to remit lartre sums of heavy steel door waa so completely 'silver abroad, owing to tho bulk. Gold would bo sent even If It had to be bought d blown to pieces that not even a plcco of It had been found. it a premium. This gavo the burglars access to all Referring to the depreciation of siltho money which tho bank had In cir- ver, ho said In tiddltlon: ' Germany's culation on Saturday and the de- action in 1873, and the action of Italy, posits of merchants on that day be-- j Russia and of Austria Innmasslng gold, Inc unusually heavv. 113.000 Is con Is conclusive proof ot tho appreciation sidered as a low estimate of what they of great European countries of tho adgot On the floor of the bank wero left vantage of a gold standard. I can not several sticks of dynamite andanum-- i deplore tho ability of Indian exporters ber of tools, showing that the men to so nd wheat to England simply bewent off In a hurry. It was learned cause it Interferes with thu British that four suspicious looking characters farmer. I hold that wheat nt H'Jii had been seen in town on Saturday afof 45s Is a blessing rather than ternoon nnd evening who were total otherwise. However, I think that tho strangers. Two were old men and two fall In the price of certain commodities were apparently about 20. One of them U due to overproduction, chiefly owing bought a largo quantity of putty Just to the development of new regions, and before dark, and this was used to tho Increased facilities of communideaden cation, enabling products to be placed with tho dynamite to the sound. Leaving the bank the at low prices In European markets. burglars went to tho house of Mr. Apart from other considerations It Joseph Steele nnd stole a carrlago and seems to mo that a universal arrangea team of horses, with which they made ment of the currency question Is Impos ,tl.la asnaga ,Tfcyn, shadaUtfld ppsasj sible. A tUe.wcaUh, resources and ex- traced- - them a far aa she Milwaukee railroad brldgo over tho Missouri river atiKe, it win w impossible to carry on at Kansas City, where tho horses were tho trado of the world on a sound, found In an almost dying condition, stable basis If the debtor was allowed having been driven furiously. Here a the option of paying in whichever cur traro of the men was lost, but the o rency suited him. Although I hops I clals of Kansas City aro working on the havo shown that Is imposcase. sible in England, tho question arises whether or not It Is posslblo to extend the IMMENSE SCHEMES. Itsllnays to lie Itullt to Hevelop Proprr-- t use of silver, thereby stopping a further fall and Its disastrous consequences, Wyoming, let 1 Chicago, Nov. 2$. Campbell, thereof It Is Impossible to foresee, of Ohio; Wm. Allen, It J. Dcanno, Ar- therefore submit the proposal, not as an thur It Townscnd, tleorgo llrceno, all nloolutc, lasting remedy, but as n palof New York city; John Weir, of Wyo- liation." "If you approve the plan," said Mr. ming, nnd Chas. J, Harncs, of Chicago, Sunday formed themselves Into a com- P.ottifcldld, "you can make a supplepany, with n capital of (000,000, for ment to it in any way you think proper tho development of a vast quantity of before submitting It to your governproperty lu various portions of Wyo- ments. I think that such an arrangeming. The object of tho company as de- ment will givo general satisfaction. 1 clared by the agreement and articles of believe that our American ft lends will Incorporation, nro to build two railroads find It acceptable. I sco no objection to in to develop tho soda lakes, which arc silver being made a owned by Mr. Weir, nnd aro producing Knglnnd up to flvo pounds. I believe every kind of soda for which uso can bo that tho proposal will bo well received found; the Irrigation of alxty thousand in India. The bulk of tho population acres of land; tho opening up of ten will recognize that no material alterthousand acres of coal and six thousand ation is suggested, uhilo tho raerchnnts acres of Iron land. One railroad, nni bankers will know that tho exof which a survey haa already changes nro given a stability which will been made, will run from Caspar remain undisturbed during a period to Hanna, a distance of 129 miles. of five years. Unstablo exchange, Its course will be through the more thnn depreciation of tho rupee, valley of tho Sweetwater. The other Is the chief factor of complaint In road will run from Johnston to the India. The gold market will also be crossing of tho Northern Paclflo and relieved, as only European appeals will the lllg Horn river, n dlstnnco of tbrco bo mado thereto for a long time, and as hundred miles. The land to bo Irrigat- touth Africa Is Increasing her output ot ed is contlgious to Johnston. The coal gold, tho arrangement suggested will and Iron Innds aro In tho Seminole val- enable Russia and Austria to complete ley, west of tho Platto river. The whole purchases without unduly Interfering cost Involved will bo about (12,000,000 with the money market If tho con fey at the lowest posslblo estimate. The enco adjourns without having acsmaller railroad will be finished in complished any definite result It will about a year, and the remaining work cause a fall in silver frightful to conwill bo brought to a termination as template. It will enusn n monetary panic, of which It Is impossible to forespeedily as possible. cltects. tell the Attempt to Wreck a Tralr. "I allude to India because tho cessaLima, O., Nov. 88. A dastardly attion of tho India demand for silver or a tempt was mado to wreck south-boun- d passenger train No. 1, due on the Cincin tnaterlal decllno In tho rupee, owing to Vspcclflo legislation, would materially nati, Hamilton it Dayton road at Ltmlf ntvr;un. in. ouiuruay, tiniiespeeuiBg affect nijt Only tho savings ot hundreds along just north of Lima tho train of millions of people, but tho value ot I therefore hopo for crashed Into n pile of tics which had stiver generally. been placed ncross tho rails. The engi- your ultimate approval, as, although neer did not discover tho obstruction In It may bo urged that countries uot so tlmo to stop, but fortnnntoly tho pilot Interested ns England nnd India nro hurled them clear of tho rails, nnd the expected to make bncrlfleev.I yet be trnln camo safely on to Limn. Tho tics llcvo tliBt what Is best for the world wcro placed on the track with the In- generally must provo best for individual rort-cgucsgood-sizein-le, 1 1 Kx-Golegul-tend- tention of wrecking tho train. Taunt-ox- , interests. Niw Peravlsn Minister. Nov. 20. Tho appointment of Cnnnvcro, by Peru, aa minister to tho United States is regarded by Chilian ofllcials its an attempt on tho part of Peru to endeavor to enlist tho sympathy of tho United States to prevent any dispute, with Chill. Valparaiso, Th Qukknstowx, Nov. 20, In nccordnnca MaiiIIU), Nov. 28.--a cabinet meeting, tho queen regent presiding, the with tho new emigration laws of tho United States, all of tho emigrants premier, Senor Cnnovas del Castillo, tho (hat treaties of commcrco had booked for passage Inp.n Cunard steam-;h!Auronlft t np-tbefore a been concluded with Sweden and Nor- magistrate Monday that they were go way, Holland, Denmark, Switzerland ing to Join relatives In America. anil Portugal, T f M3v;mtnt of Htollliti. Blalns Oittlng Along Nictlr Kt. PicTKiifnuiia, Nov. Sil- .- Tho M- Washington, Nov. 20. James 0, hllists are trying to atlr up the Volga limine, Jr., tald Monday evening: Is tlolug ulcoly. pensantry uy means of pamphlets ami Ho wan up nnd moving iumuiuI thu letters to revolt against the govern- - J igain Wo nro very much plcnscd w 1th ment. Tito polio have been Instructed room. to suppress any Insurrectionary V Uie progress of hln recovery.'1 tempts. p y Trestlts of Commtrcs. I T Emigrant Compjiltd to Swear. The Carolina Its ik Tax Cute. S. C., Nov. 29. Senator pression prevails that tho grand Jury Evans, lcadt of tho administration llordon for the forces In tho legislature, Monday Intro will not Indict murder of her father, Andrew llorden, duced In tho senate n bill tho effect ot but tho public Is no more certain of this which will bo to interpret tho statutes than it was when tho first case went according to tho view taken by Into tho hands of tho jury, only by In- tho Tillman administration last spring ference, slnco no member of that body lu tho bank tax case, which was has expressed himself In nny way. It one ot the chief lssuos of tho recent Is felt that tho attorney general realizes state canvass between Gov. Tillman and thut It would bo better for all concern- his opponents. Thero aro sensational now, features attached to tho bill vlrttmlly ed to make no error of judgment even at tho risk of conjuring up false declaring thnt tho supremo court's Inappearances uiul to place Miss llorden terpretation of tho law w ns capricious bein a whero sfio will not and political. yond tho reach of justice. .Money for Nra l'mtnjr. Kentucky's oniclnl llgurei. Washington, Nov. 20. Tho court of Fkankfout, Ky Nov. 2S. The last election returns from tho counties cams claim gnvo u decision favorable to tho to the secretary of state's otll so bunduy, Pacltlo Mall Steamship Co. In its suit Tho Ugurcs show for the Cleveland elec- against the United States to recover HUSO; (178.6S3 additional compensation for tho republican, tors, J7.1J4,.'4 people1 party electors, 23,533, prohlb! SCSTeysccc from OeUiber 8. 1873, to tlon electors, 0,384 a total vote of .110,. September 20, 18S3, of malls "From San Francisco to New Zealand, Now South 733. .Wales, Queensland nnd Victoria (lov. ItUMrll'i riuriillty, tho Australian Colonies" upon ItosToy, Nov. 88. The recount at the stato hpuso shows Oov. Win. II Kusscll theground that tho company has not Is elected with a plurality of 2.CAM. The lieen puld tho full sen postage on tho nothing on plurality of Koger Wolcott, republican,, letters, ttud has boon paid In for.lU'iiiiiiiiiitgiVi'rnoi,l over .'mu'-'- K JtlTo other urtU'le contained tho mails .r reierrcii to. Carroll, dt moeraU U U V03. Llaale llorilen'a Clmnrra. Mnt., Nov. 88. The ImLl-z- lo CoLUttlUA, lt oth-orwl- lsl ordsr for Decern be7. KnAsxroar, Nov. Sr.KAtx. Tb saaat HariWon'a AiAtaMon fell of Ol concurred in the bouse atntnJmenU to ths Cansuccessful now IB de . to ada Uilsllo but Tbe saaata wrangled over to P"" than they wcro fonr yearfury bill, and by filibustering tt was pravtntad The verdict of the country upon tho "B'vA up species is from being recemmttt8 to the committee. administration of "Benjamin Harrison vaanrm, those plaintive oa IlocssTb committee ot eduoatloa re-tt iTiralitskable. ,H has been rendered iui.su now, L wlTevnaWrjerltv comes walls opistan that amed with tbo expression ought to pais "an set to enacts tha sevrl with s&chcmp&ssb that It is Impossible to tnetn. during nuKncxVur year, as administration It did after 1SSI, wilt'lajiso rocked Into counties of Kentucky to select tha text toaka totulslctorpret-JJ-T- h ssed In tht common schools, sod to cheapen and all Its works have been repudiated silence, it is possible "Hut ttnre is price. The bill opens tha sals of test boeks by the the American people. Two years still a third species, made ti4?,thafv to ths compotion ol all publishing house. Tt ljntf measure vu dlicuaaed at length, stong with ago the country registered such a vote ivhn Hprn ftnpnurnirpil liv llin were ot want of confidence aa has never be tariff to believe that a republican vie-- , the tenst bill. Numerous amendment offered, and the hour of adjournment arriving fore been .Tecorded against any admintory would give them some privilege of the bill went over until Friday. Tho house istration In. onr history. Hut the ma- getting rich through the abuse of the to 9 o'clock Trtday rooming. The sohemes enterFuAMtroiiT, Nov. M. Sxsaie. No busi- jorities against tho administration, taxing power. overwhelming" aa they were, lost some- tained by such must be abandoned, for ness transacted. Hocsx Tha consideration ot the Hoay what of their moral force because ot It was against them especially that the school text book hill was resumed sod pushed the very large abstention of voters In popular verdict was rendered. to a fln'sh. Mr. WW laker, of Covington, plead was urged by New mills and factories will be erected for the amendrnont he offered an Frtaajr, neurly all the states. It that ths provisions of this bill ahould not apply the supporters of the administration ed In abundance by enterprising, finanmen. to the sdcptlon now in force, with five years that whilo this abstention might be cially sound nnd yt to run. He contended thl would be la Vio- held to Indicate a lack nt positive en Those who do not belong to this class lation of a contraot made with Its constituted president and his pol must be left to nurse their sore head, authorities, the State Board of Education. The thaslatm for the hone could not see It that way, snd the amend icies, it did not signify absolute dis and get such comfort as they may out ment received but one vote. Mr. Whttsker approval of them, and It was confident ot charging upon Cleveland the effects fired s rarthisn arrow ss he fell back defeated, ly predicted that In 1892, when a full of their own deficiencies. Albany Ar in the (haps of s constitutions! clause, welch, vote would be registered, the verdict of gus. he held, would render the bill nnll and void. A Well, the full motion was then made to reconsider ths vote 1690 would be reversed. by which the amendment to strike out the vote hasbeea polled by far the largest emergency clause was detested. The aettea In the. history ol tne country ana me carried, snd, should the bill psss the Maate verdict of 18W, Instead of being re snd become s law. It will not go Into effect ninety dayi after the sdjournment of we versed, haa been reaffirmed and made more emphatic. prceent general assembly. The causes of the unpopularity ot are not far L F. Youno, who was picked up on the Harrison administration have proved so and the road near Franklin, died the other to seek,speaksthat they the moral stand' potent well for night Ho norcr spoke after he wa ards as well as for the intelligence and found. It Is thought now that hevaa patriotism of tbe American people, , drugged and robbed. J began its existenco The body of Miss Rebecca Hanllaon The administration Harrison owed his tinder a cloud. Mr. was found burned to a orlsp at liar election not to the unpurchased suf homo near Blue Art, In Muhlenbarg people but to bribery and county, at a late hour the other nlgat frntres of the of the most flagrant descripShe wnB S3 years of age, and had lived corruption obtained the presidency In tion. He tho llfo of a reel uso since 1823, when 1S8S only through tho lavish and cor IIATCniXO DEUOCHAT1U BOOSTER roll ISM St. Loula Republic. &ho was disappointed In a love affair. runt expenditure of money, extorted Her clothing probably Ignited while the from the tariff rings and other pluto PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. was kindllnir n fire and ahe waa too cratio combines organized to prey npon fcoblc to call for aid. Yon can buy some of tho state treasury and to despoil the national The engagement Is announced ot the people of their substance. He him sometimes, but you caunot buy all the rlf, an self inspired and cooperated in the states, nil the time Charleston News Count Ernest officer In tho First Uhlan guards, and raising' of this money, and to a great Courier. Yhcu James G. Blaine smashed JaUaJaallloreters, of Louisville,. MU tree tad itsdlsbursemcnt. With ta ' reterTwlll spend' the winter fa BerOa slfef thin outlay he did not receive a his hat In the senate finance committee' ; with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. majority nor even a plurality of uio rooms over the MeKlnley tariff ho Rev. W F. FAnen, nine years pastor popular vote. He was in an actual mi- smashed the republican party with It. Albany Argus. of the Wcstfleld Presbyterian church, nority, of 4Sfl31 on tho popular voto has resigned, and Is n candidate for the and fell 90,481 below Cleveland. He To catch the farmer vote of Ohio ministry In the Episcopalian church. wa therefore a minority president, not an almost prohibitive tariff wns placed He is of the Dr, llrlggs school. only In the sense that he hnd failed to on wool, but even the farmers have tired of having protected wool At Louisville Casper Verlclc went to receive a majority of the popular vote get a licence to marry Mangle Prnltt but that his leading competitor had pulled over their eyes N. Y. Herald. l' While ho was out she eloped with Aden recetved a plurality. He was the -- The statement that Mr. Cleve II. Coombs and married him. This I product of money and not the land has refused to pledge himself, now tho second time Casper has been fooled. choice of the people. madewith such a flourish, is not news The catalogue of Mr. Harrison's of- to tho country. It nominated and Mus. Ciiaiu.ik McKi.v.u.v, colored, ot Hopklnsvlllc, gavo birth to triplets the fenses as president Is a longone. When elected him because it knew ho vas other day, which aro living nnd doing he 'bestowed a cabinet position upon not a pledging man. St. Louis Repubwell. About two years ngo tho same John Wnnamaker as a reward for the lic. Thomas C, Plait was a greater woman gave birth to twins, making a latter'a services in raising a corruption record of five children In less than two furid of 5100,000 for use in securing his success as a prophet than he was as a he .scandalized the couu-trown election, boss. Ho lost eight state campaigns in years. Whcn ho called the notorious succession to tlio democrats, ne tnen Citv Maiishai. James D. TAYt.on shot long been said that Harrison could not carry New-11. Klkinswho had and fatally wounded Wm. Powers, at Stephen Hustonvllle, Lincoln comity. Powers notorious as a jobber and a boodler, to York and hit tho bull's eye. ft. . and another young ruffian, named Con- hjsicablnet, he repeated this offense. World. " Tho latest advices concerning rad Russell, from Junction City, went When he turned the census bureauover, to ti roan of Robert II. Porter's an- Mr. Cleveland's cabinet make It reason-nbl- v to Hustonvllle, both being drunk and certain that It will contain neither very disorderly. After insulting a num- 'tecedents with full license to pervert thoso Wanamaker nor an Elklns. That ber of people they becamo very threat- it from Its legitimate uses to such a of a felening and went up Into the main part party machine, when he put head of ought to satisfy the republican cabinet makers for a little while. Indianapolis of tho town whero they met the of- low aa Green R. Raum at the ficer. They wcro coming down the pension bureau and retained him SentlnoL dishonesty One ot the president's organs an tho street shouting when Marshal after his incompetency and Taylor stepped out of a had been fully revealed; when he con- nounces that if any bill admitting wool Will important official position free comes before him: "He will send store-rooWin- ferred an with a thirty-eigh- t In chester rlilo In hts hand. Ho halted npon a criminal lilio "Dave" Martin a to congress a stinging veto of It," This "recognized" In them nnd ordered thorn to surrender, Philadelphia nnd characters as E. is a mistake. Tho presidents sting was extracted on the 8th Inst. Brook when Powers pulled a gun nnd would similar manner such Kcrchevel and Henry lyn Eaglo. havo shot tho ofllcer down In cold II. Nebekcr, Sam Mr, Harrison Indiana, -- It Is worse than silly, and adds to blood had ho not quickly tired on Pow MaaFarland in as unmindful of the crs, and then ejecting the empty shell advertised himselfhigh ofllco, and ren- the sting of defeat, to tittrlbuto the rehis cause but tbe from his rifle covered Russell. The lat- properties of for honest men, publican defeat to any it ter threw up his hands nnd surrendered deredwere impossible by party spirit right ono it is a verdict against the Menot blinded who g&' and was lodged in jalL At the crack of or personal partiality, to retain faith Klnley tariff bill; the.lssus was fairly the rlllo Powers fell mortally oundcd, In him. however much they may have beforo the people and they have conrfjrT demned It. Buffalo CommrcIhj the ball having ponotrated his abdomen to do so. nenr tbe navel. On Powers' body were desired from his prostitution of the This is a democratic ..victory not Aaldc found two 'pistols, besides the one he patron.-.- -' to the service of his own to go wild over, but to terlouly and an end drew on tho ofllcer. interests and of the supposed interests joyously conlernutaU'as putting Newh reached Owcnsboro the other of hts party Mr. Harrison flew in the to prostitution of the powers of the dny of the total destruction by Are ot face "of enlightened public opinion federal government by the republican the village of White Plains, on the N. when he Identified his administration prtity to tho end of building up a privi N. and M. V. rnllroud, In Hopkins coun- with McKmleyisin und tho whked leged nnd "protective" class a plu ty. The fire started In a vacant store- force bll" lt waa tho habit of repub- tocracy, upon the necks of too productieroom at 10 o'clock In the morning. lican rtrgans"an4 va.VovJvn Vhe'recent ing und consuming millions the Eight buildings were burned before the campaign to eulogize his administra tiocracy. uociicsicr union. Renewed confidence In the busifire was, got under control. The depot, tion as a "clean" one, and to claim which, contained a largo amount of that the democratic press and the dem- ness tact and sound judgraentof Grover freight for tho country towns around ocratic speakers admitted tt to be such. Cleveland is given as a reason for the Whlto Tlulns, a church, four store- Nofilna could have been farther from sudden and wonderful advance In the o rooms, u doctor's of.lco nnd one tin facts. While It Is truo thut, in price of gruln. The furmer eaqapank wcro burned. Hut few of tho consideration of tho president's snd do on Grover Cleveland and his principles contents of any of the buildings were mestic affliction, the spokesmen ot tno and policy. Tho advance la .the prico democratic party, through the press of stocks and cereals gives the He to saved. the cnlumlty howler who predicted I.N fulfillment of a bargain Jerry Conami on tho stump, treated his administregime.-. , stantino, n hotel keeper at Sparta, shot ration- and himself personally with eternal rnln under the new Toledo Ret and killed Roberts, a colored man. great forbearunce during tho Out of tho general wreck of the and confined themselves clilutly Constantino loanod Roberts (40 some weeks ago, telling him that If tt was to the great IsMies of turllT reform nnd g. o. p. one frugment Is saved: The it is not truo leglsluturo of Pennsylvania Is repubnot puld on Thanksgiving day his life loutt would bo tho forfeit. It was not psld that ths-- certified to the cleanness und lican by a majority of eighty on joint ballot, and Quay will be returned to general.. excellence of his administraand Constantino kept his word. result senate. Jaweh Winn, while assisting in the tion. There have been homo redeem- tho United btates significant.TbeQuay Is celebration of the democratic victory at ing features lu Mr. Harrison's record Is appropriate and He Rice Station, held a can of powder In us president, but they have not been the ripe fruit of republicanism. numerous or Important. Ills otllelal ought to be saved if all else Is lost If Ida hand. Tho powder exploded, blowpreserving ing both of his eyes out and probably record as a whole has been very bad, It were only lor tho ko ofwhich will and when the country, on Tuesday, re- the sumplc. In n senate fatally burning him. relic of the Thkiik nro ulready nine applicants pudiated the force bill and tho MeKln- soon bo democratic, this atid shame-lessne- s corruption for tho post office at Dover. The Job ley law,, and condemned the follies und rule of political lloston will bo conspicuous. cougress, criiuca of the billion-dolla- r pays 1500 per year, n oltlien it also placed th? seal of its emphatic Post. Joiidan Miznkr, disapproval upon the administration of Stuffed or tinstuffed, Mr. Cleveof Anderson county, tho father of Dup-utpeoMUner. was run down lieiijamlu Harrison because of its bud land is a prophet who has led his and Sheriff Joel on n trestlo two faith und its low moral standards. ple out of the land of bondage, by the work trnln guide their steps until miles from that place the other morn- Thrio 1, In the ignominious failure of who promises to In , ( ground, a his efforts to secure a reelection by they bhtill havo entered a land ing. He was thrown to the such methods as he has employed to which the. good things of the world dittanco of forty feet, nnd instantly so . pol- a, pregnant lasson for ahnll Ikj tnbre equitably distributed killed. All trio back part of his head that Hud,iticians "of every variety, which the far as that equity depemis upon houct wbg torn away? whole guild will do well to heeil und prudent udm nlstratlon. As In the Htt.i.V" Hi'M.iNO, who killed Hal Dent . Sentinel. past, ho now promises nothing which In Carrie Martin's maltou de joie, LouisImpossible of at-- The republicans may still stick to to wise men seem ville, was ncqultcd on grounds of tainment, und through rain, hall or It that the tariff Is not a tax, but they may bo relied upon to do the lilt. Cii.m. HuvANhus been appointed do not deny that it Is u heavy burden bhluo he Courlor- - full duty ot it man Just, wise, sincere LouUvlllo In u jcumpalgn. pension examining surgeon at I'ivhtcu-btiriuiuu. llultlinoic New. , .lourum., 'AmatH-aaYoter- eij ot. n-- w" i i l 2 self-relia- ns-t- 'lifer--. iImat SSS$k, Gcorge-Gcraedo- "-- be-co- otll-cia- m Ji ' I I cum-pa!i;- B'tvelt-know- y . MK ' .aBBBBaaraWi J i. . , - ', .. - r. ... .. fcJr f ; J Hk ., '- - is . .i .,. ..., .t 1 . ii iilniiiil tWt iN in Baffli!' llaBBiTlliT" . GkaafesWI ' -- rrr?i. .. t ..IS uJ.. - . j- - . ' "? ,Hit 4i Jl ,a - .. . - 1sSSWmm rr '' yy? ly'r7wy'-T'T- aMmmmW9ttammak 'ArttflHurr1 s Tirf"' rrj& ' T '' Ti . . .iju" irBttgn"--3- '" - ' " . a 1-i "TV 7 -- THE HICKMAN COURIER. j MBffri? TMM"W"PM"'M"' " " KbllsliMl Evtry Friday by GEORGE WARREN Hlokman, Kentucky. 'Me Joekian THE HICKMAN COURIEIi m oiamt rawiPAPin ESTABJJSIIKD A li J FINE JOB PRINTING JEXKOTJTIED WITH NEATilESS AMD Y si,: DISP1TC1 I'M. MHI raygjxif BALE DILLS, ttnct, ntit door to Oltr Halt, ?. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. i wbotirh Kentucky. 1892. -- ENVELOPES, LETTER HKAD91 BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, , price of Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. Six comet heavens. nro now risible In tha of Hnglnnd was Incorpo- 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY IMUDAY, DECEMBER 2t INCOME! HULL FIGHT. ItroiiRlr iiisn- -1 TAX DYNAMITE USED. Tho First National Bank METALLISM. l,jr KENTUCKY STATE lr VOL.i &MPI1. ""is wrHtmEY NEW& . NO. ETC, ETC (i. CALL AND SEE ITS. IRRESPONSIBLE CARPERS. Itrpnhlican Sure ltends rreillrtlng Flnan fill lluln. There is nlrendy tho samo outcropping of republicans who declare that their business will be ruined or that they must abandon projected now enterprises tin followed tho election of Cleveland In 1881. We have just a.few words to say to thoso w ho may bo to adopt this form of expressing their partisanship lifter It has ceased to havo any weight. This class of men Is made up of two species: First, thoso who nre financially tinsottud at any rato, and are looking about for some ono elto upon whom to chargo the probable 'consequences of tholrowu Incapacity or shiftless-noeMany of this kind declared four years ngo thnt If Cleveland wero elected their business wonld be ruined. Harrison was elected, and llict men becumo bankrupt just the same. They sought to saddle on tha demills-pos- Tub bnnk rated In lnvi. to 1237,701,000. water on Tiik net dobl of Canada li reported to Thk resurrection plnnt grow In Meg-lc- o and Africa. O.ir. Inch of rnln means 100 torn of every acre. Kacii wing of tlio ostrich furnlshe twenty-si- x long white jilimirn. Vloiikkck NicmTiMiAi.n, tho famous uurse, la seventy-tw- o year old. Ax electric cigar lighter and electrlo refrigerator are two luto Invention. difTub water of about twenty-fiv- e ferent springs li peddled In Chicago streets. Th patronage of tlio rice president la limited to a private secretaryship nnd a clerkship. This experiments In raisin; tobacco in Georgia this year lmvo proved very nucceaaful. ti.fit. wvKr $ i . r. 1 MB Hit i mrr-m- i anniversary oi . ,'MtyVar. report a ' lUl'OMs from different cotton centers ' F very short crop, due to flood nnd early frosts. Tub tunnel at Niagara fall. I completed, nnd the falls are to be harneued by next March. Tun man who Is perfectly proportioned weighs 205f poiindi for every which John Itrown was banged at Hnrpcr'a Ferry has lcen en, to tho World's fair. TlllirKof the four Dutch universities nro open to women, namely: Leyden, Utrecht and Amsterdam. A Kansas O TV farming Implement house intends sending out u young woman as a drummer next $!r. Nix children from unit family were lately admitted to tho Soldiers Orphans' homo at Atchison, Kas. Monr. thanone-Hftl- i of tho work done In trrlrultitro nnd In small Industrlis In I'm nee Is performed by women. A Jrrn ito.NVii.i.r.(Ind.)yotiug woman won a flno lierry farm, valued at 11,000, as tlio result of tho recent election. Kxi'TK Kujiox, the governor-elec- t of Minnesota, was lorn In Norn ay, and ss as six years old when he rams to this country. of Hradford, Ta., of billiard cuo ehullc, the effect of a bet on Harrison's font of hi height Till! rrallold nn Ciiaiiits Cosxrixr, Is to rat six pieces election. llLTcnr.ua who slaughtered a hog In Lower Snueon, I 'a., found, snttgly In the left lung, a silver ten-ceplect Jri.lA. llAWTllon.sr., who Is the father of seven children, calls his home at Nag Harbor "Tho House of Hcven llabm-rs.- " Ut.... r A Pari laundryman uses plebty of Mater nnd boiled potatoes. Instead of fcosp, sotlas and boiling powders. In cleaning riot lies. Tiikm: nro seven Hebrew members who have seats In tho Ilrlllsh houses of commons, and they am all related to -- l during the campaign that he can not get credit from his tailor. Tub Arkansas supreme court decides that express inrsaengor aro entitled, itjuslly with passenger, to tho protection of railroad companies. A I'llll.AUF.l.I'lllAX paid an election wager by pushing n peanut along the ldenalk on Chestnut street fromllroad to Seventh with a toothpick. Cii aiii.i s DirKr.xs' eld hoitsn at Na SO Wellington streot. Strand, In I.ondon, will toon lx a thing of the past, as It Is to be remodeled for business pur"sen. The Trench minister of publlo Instruction has decided to preserve the homo of Joan of Aro In Doinrrml as a museum in which tolllustratuher story. A riill.AHKi.nilA man, who woe twenty-fou- r hnts on the election, has opened an account with his hatter, nnd will draw on him at pleasure for n lint STitrirr cir conductors rccclvo only 621! cents for a day'a wages In the city of llerlin. Tho day Is eighteen hours long, with a holiday once in two weeks. A oolJi throne, of tho value of $2, Is to lie presented to tho popo by tho united subscriptions of nil the lloman ( athollo cathedrals In tho world. It Is to bo given to his holiness on thu ocooaIoii of his episcopal MO,-00- l4.i.V...U Mizvuy. for thiTuv-- SflKo iTOVt'nrc.,.r,tui: candidate complains tho second, arising from the issue asf that si many lies were told about him gidd, silver and currency certificates. A I'ltlLAliVl-riil- Holman, tho "Objector," is in tho city, and has Lcgun tlio work of making up his appropriation bills. He has many ideas for economy, nnd ho Bays ho intends to put them In practice, nnd only allow absolutely necessary Items put Into tho flAi.Tli.1.0, Mex., Nov. on. J Pansoe, tho Jefo Politico, or mayor, of appropriation bllht under his care. Hu tho town of Artoagn, about forty miles does not share the opinion of other southeast of this city, arrived hero Sun- democrats thut tho treasury is bankrupt day morning after a ton huura' h.ird and says "thnt condition does not appear to confront us now. I am not prerldo across tho rough mountains. Ho relates a thrilling story of an ac- pared to sny thnt thiro will bo a deficit cident that,occiirred at Arteagn Satur- that will demnnd an extra session I see by the papers that day, and tho object of his vhit was to of congress. socuro medical aid for the unfortunate thero will lie, perhaps (25,000,000 in tho treasury thut will bo available, outsldo victims. If this Tho matador, or slayer of the bulbs of tho (100,000,000 of reserve. coming session reduces expenditures, ns was to bo Manuel Lopez, a daring I brllcvu it will, that amount together vaqucro. At 4 p. in. thero wrro about 3.S00 spectators In the aui,dil. with revenues, will run tlio government nntll tho end of tho fiscnt year. Thero theater aryund tho orona. Tho bandcrlllos and maUdc took will probably bo n falling off In thu revenues, for' wo can hardly hope that Uielr jdacas and tho uiilUwiVtnrncd lliey-wll- l' exceed (I54k,000,000, bdt'that in. Tlio seeto" was full'of ,tli and tho (25,000,000 should be sufllclent and tho crowd was furnlshvd plenty of amusoment by tho aUU.t , of for the legitimate expenses of the tlio bandcrlllos In keeping out if tho Among tho principal measures to bo way of tho enraged animals. After working up tho bulls Into t staa.c of dlsctiMcd In the house this winter, Mr. great frenzy, Lopez got in to ki ,tho Holman thinks, tho question of an tax will lead. first bull. "An Income tux Is a very popular Ho gavo tho nnlmal n thrust between the shoulders with tho sword, but tho measure In Ohio aud Indiana, and, inwound was not a fatal one. The bi. ly- deed, throughout tho entire west," ho nlil. 'There nro many potent reasons ing mid wild capers of tho woun nnlmal stampeded tho Other bulls, and why It Is being so widely considered at they nmdo a united rush agalti',' tuo tho present time. The people, especially of the west, believe the wealth of henry barrlcades.whlch aro for the t of tho spectators. The lvr.i. the eountrj Is interested in tho lavish expenditure of money. They seo that cado gavo way and tho bulla frantically Into tho crowd Kf p , ,e, unless you Interest the wealth of tho whowero thrown right and left 1 tlis country in behnlf of economy thero will bo no mitigation of the evils animals' hornv In their excitement tho spectators of extrnvagaucc. Ily Interesting them rushed to one side of the amphlt' atrr yon create new motives tending to fruto escaMi tho fury of tho bulls. 'Ii.ii gality, A fair, Judicious, wholcsomo catuetl tho scat to glvo away, ani 'u'.ly Income tax will do this ns nothing else fifty peoplo sustained broken llml and can. Such n tnr will bo wholesome, severe internal Injuries. Tho lu.l$ because It will Interest tho very men to demand n frugal expenditure of tho killed oio nnd wounded ten others. public money w ho aro now arrayed on I do not the side of extrnvng&nce. TKEA3UKEIVS RUPOUT. think that we should levy an incorno l lh II Show. Ilm Slon.Ui-HUlnr tax to pay tho pension bills or any other I'nllrU stnlKi for IS'JJ. trea ,rer special expenditures, but thnt it should Waiii.sotox, Nov. S8.-of the United States, Mr. K. II. Nei,cKer, be levied ns a fair and equitable means has submitted his annual report f r tho of raising money to pay a portion of the general cost of operating the govyear ended June 30, UPi Thenet revenues of the government fur ernment, Mr. Holman does not think the navy tho fiscal year were 3SI,9S.,7SI a dethis session and crease of 187,07 4,Crt3 as compared with will get much show Is our weapon of tho year before. The net ordinary ex- says that diplomacy penditures were 1345,023,830, a de r. aso w u r and adds; 'We do not need n navy. A largo of tI0,3U,m. Tho surplus rc'iiues were thus eut down from (37,239 j to navy Is dangerous. Diplomacy Is our weapon. IH.OU.iM Mr. Holman docs not think nn extra Including the public debt the ti'i) receipts for the year were l"fl, 401,2? and session necessary, and sums up to his idea of what is needed ns follows: "I d the expenditures Iflbt.OlO.StV with respect to tho effect upon favor a tariff for revenue only, except free list; tho treasury, the receipts ii'o di- sugar, which should be on tho expendivided Into two general d.is of n radical reduction in public which tho first, comprising the tures aud tho passage of a wholesome ordinary cipts lucomo tax law," tlio revenues, r from loan and tho deposit i r tho CHICAGO'S HIQHWAYMAN. retirement of national bank notes IncrrsM for tho tline the cash nvtdabta M.-Mr. Tho Mntndor Plutifrod Hln Sword Into Ono of Thorn. Mtfar, I'avuiril liy CiiiiRr.innn Tint. rlir lor Itrtrnue With Free Nov. or Llbcrly, j!llol 'til WAllllNfiTo.v, Missouri, Robbed. Tlir llnnlc UiT-r- ' Siitimllted J, Itoth.rlilM to ilonrlnrjr 1'ui.frrrnre tin Argurt lll.MrlnllUtn In IJiieIiiimI Is Abnu-)'liiijiiMillitfl, 's I.egllatlvn Troceedlngs. busirnANKroiiT, Hoc 21, sr.ffATC-MtU- e ness was transacted Tho till rrnolnt-Intbminacmcnt of tho cnarltablc Institutions of tlit ttnte was reported. lloi'SE. 1 1n te was barely a quorum present nrul Jltllo business trunssclnt Tbl Stepbcnon bill to preicnt obeentcelrm In tt general assrnibly, was reported favorably, sad Ctwn Its first reading. riiAMKroiiT, Nov. Tie bill for the regulation of nil ll,e courts In the common-wrait- h wus reportett The bill providing sov,en Jurtpci (or the rourt of appeals wilt be acted upon separately. The rcvuiory commission bill rotating to Interest and money reported from tho homo was passed. sn ImportHouse. --The houie pat Bed ant bill to farmers, entitled an act to pfevset the growth and ripening of Canada thistle. Tbo bill has already been passed by the senate, sad awaits the governor's signature. The act In relation to thg auditor of publlo accounts reported from the senate was pssecd by the house. It appropriates the sum of U.O0O ppr annum the pay of tho assistant auditor, and the tuto of (I1.7U0 for the of subordinates. The auditor's snliry of J,100.1 axed by the constltutfeo, ean tint he rsneftdeA. Sm and that amount 'audltor-- a bond Is Qxed at KOO.OeO. la tb boum. r. mciwis, memeer irora caiawatl tounty, a bill to amend the etc election law. HA,ll.lnr..tl iMtlan officers v be rettdcata of Ths lie llnnlng Mnmp.ilK. tlii.(MlirrTlire Tim llsrrlrailr. IU Mr. sn.l. Hulls nnilHralsliir. Ilrrnins .MIr,.o.i 1'rrsou Ulllcl ami Ten Injured. 3S.-H- My-le- ext?nt, - r The rdi-na- United States notes nnd treasury note tend to swell the assets of the treasury, but do not affect tho available balance. l'or tho tlrst of theso clus'.is tho figures show nn excess of 19,000 v00 of over revenues In '391, and one of upwards of (7,000,000 In 189J. In tho second clo&s there was an excess of nearly 100,000,000 of receipts In tho former year nnd ono of (50,000,000 In tho latter. As compared with 1601 there was a saving of upward of IH.OOO.OOOof Interest, out of which u surplus was real-liii- l, notwithstanding the cutting down Analyzof the revenues by legislation. ing the tmo condition of tho treasury nnd setting okldc tho trust funds, tho treasurer shows that thero was a working balance of cash and deposits in banks amounting to 1107.1 irt.lVj at tho U'gtnnlng of tho year, nnd to (103,718,-13- 1 nt the end. Of the former amount (UO.OOO.OU), w us gold CitlCAOo, Nov. 20. Tho mounted highwayman who created trouble at tho north end of the city last week hat transferred himself to Clyde, licrwyn and ltivcrsldo suburbs, In tho south western part of Chicago. Out there tlio lono bandit has taken complete possession of the roads, and who man poverty smites every meets him. Monday the police met htm, and ho robWd tho police. Monday boy, nnd morning he met a made htm givo up fifty cents. Then ho came in contact with nnother boy, who did not haven cent, and ho allowed this youngster to go after turning his pock-et- s Insido out. Next J. M. Meyers, ol tho town of Lyons paid two dollars for the privilege to keep on living. Frederick Sellers nnd Frederick Crow, of Klver-ddup behind a drove horseman whom they had never e, ltanw'tttlUM..ttIlb44.UaU, Qsnnnn j.iini;itiiirnauu r.n traced them Nor. 20. M, Do lioths-rWldproposals weio submitted to the Monetary conference Monday after-""on- . They cover eleven printed oc-t- o pages. M, De Iiotlischild nrgues Ltnr.itTV, Mo., Nor. 2S. Expert t (rent length thnt In uso of tools, dyna-mlt- o cracksmen, with tho tools, suc- "rrit llrltaln is absolutely Impossible, and tlio aid suggests that the question nrlse9 ceeded In cracking the blj? Rafe of tho ulctncr It Is not possible to cxtond tho First national bank, of this city, and tut of silver generally, nnd by this n sum of money, which, though Kttns assist In checking a further fall It can not bo fixed definitely, owing to inralue. tho extreme reticence of tho ofllclals of I. Do Iiotlischild Mild he did not the b.ink, Is variously estimated at from film thnt his proposals would prove n (11,000 to (13,000. Tlio burglars woro scared awny be- Ck solution of tho question, but ho claim thnt they would prove a fore they Iiad completed their work, Summed tin. his nronnxnls urn nnd did not get Into tht reserve vault her of tho snfe, In which wns (10,000 more, fat America should continue, principally in gold. They had dynamite praent purchase of silver, and tho rtowers snouiu com Dine lo and a fuse attached to this, but. for somo unknown reason, fled without kc7V ttn "Mount equal to JM.ooo.Ooo tlsWifrTlTr few ',flvo year at" 48d. . If . . touching It oV, . ,w . ,!YJ. The "first (ntliwh4on bt 'thif WMniftos are to enmo nt iu:3u o clocx sunuay morning, Laded. when County Treasurer Uliey, who hoa expected that tho proposals will an ofllco in tho bultdlng adjoining tho V.tls c referred to a committee. The Portbunk, went to hls.olllcc. When ho enuguese delegates have been tered tho room ho saw thnt the wall of ty their (government to nut inInstructed harmony caving in, and on Intho building was the British representatives. vestigation ho found that thero had The dotumcut submitted by Alfred been a terrific explosion In tho bank, which had almost wrecked both e Itothschltd said In part: "I feel that a gold standard In l'ng-ln- d Ilo nt onco gavo an buildings. is tho unly possible one, and If we alarm, and upon search It was learned that burglars had been at work consider that her whole commerce nnd great part of that of other counsuccessfully in the bank. They had entered the bank by means of skeleton tries, Is cnrrled on by bills of keys, which had opened tho back door exchange on Loudon, which nro payable In gold, It must bo nnd another leading to the room in that the world generally trans-nc)- s which was tho vault. They then business on u gold basis, nnd that drilled holes through tho outer door of the vnult, nnd with a charge of powder trouble standard, with tho exception blew out the time lock which had been of a very modified form, does not exist set to open on Monday morning. Insido ten in those countries professing to this was a steel door to the burglar-proo- f jty In either metal. Whatever agreement bhould Iks made, and compartment Tho onlv money hatcver ratio should be established, known to be outsldo of this door was (300. fold alono w ill always be chosen ns tho fovorito medium of settling large debts, They used dynamlto to affect nn through tho second door. They tr making large remittances. It would must have used a terrific charge, for tho to imposslblo to remit largo sums of heavy steel door was so completely silver nbroad, owing to the bulk. Gold would bo sent even if it had to bo bought d blown to pieces that not even a piece of it had been found. it a premium. Referring to the depreciation of silThis gave tho burglars access to all tho money which tho bank had In cir- ver, ho said in addition: ' Germany's culation on Saturday and the de- action In 1873, and tho action of Italy, posits of merchants on that day be- Russia and of Austria Innrnn&slng gold, ing unusually heavy, (13,000 Is con- Is concluslvo proof of tho appreciation sidered ns a low estimato of what they of great I'uropcan countries of tlio nd- got On the lloor of the bank were left vantage of a gold standnrd. I can not several sticks of dynamite and a num- deplore tho ability of Indian exporters ber of tools, fchowlng that tho men to send wheat to l.ngland shinny bo went off In a hurry. It was learned cause It Interferes with the liritish that four suspicious looking characters farmer. I hold that wheat at 3Js In had been seen in town on Saturday aftcad of 43s is a blessing rather than ternoon nnd evening who were total otherwise. However, 1 think that tho strangers. Two were old men and two fall In the prico of ccrtnlu commodities wens apparently about 20. Ono of them U duo to overproduction, chiefly owing bought n largo quantity of putty just to tlio development of new regions, and before dark, and this was used to tho increased facilities of communi deaden cation, enabling products to ba placed with tho dynamite to Leaving tho bank the st low prices in Kuropenn markets. tho sound burglnrs went to tho bouse of Mr, Apart from other considerations It Joseph Steele nnd stole a, carrlago and icems to mo that n universal arrange a team of horses, with which they mdo ment of the currency question is impov latest-approve- d l pal-l'iv- e. Alinn.t Cuinptrlelr nutted, llinmitiiil. of Dollars llrlna; Cnrrloil im llilevr. HI i'i I llitrae. nnd I'arrlugeanil Hake Tlielr lUrujie. JJg'have txen connted, wiipi'. Tbo moTdt protection wjii Mm sir more kiu nionop ly &? drirtnsway. Ytt'ip Warn JhKinley J ?JMP S QUICT. .HgJI.lieU.lnjjtosay" Thefouitrrl4,ti,en , vAfri,Ut08 Its chain. ;'&1g!Fittm Its IhralMom, XWJkfJoutfrcm tbe datkress V Htfei into the dsy, -rf!lUm McKlnloy "wj.uiBg to say " t (fiPCul,fortila iCirratu tome: ld tidinganswer ak?l Klklns and Om.r. liif and with drum. Ihwrtt linri.lni. s. fr (Ham McKlnlrr ilt'Alng to say " " etteit's great prophet mwuing alone. i eU lips there flutters mn.in. fllllaa kneels besldo him. -i;tu prar." 'roVbrp, bV.fWflaW fhSS ps ,1ID4 nat-uril- ly RCPUDl llartlmn's Administration Full of JrfeW.( to AmorirnH inters. ada Uilstlo bill,' The senate wrangled orar the Jury bill, and by filibustering It was prevented The verdict of tho country upon the from being recommitted to tho committee. administration of Ucnjuralu Harrison IIocs-Th- o committee on education re It has been rendered ported with ths eipretiton of opinion thst It is unmistakable. with such emphasis that It Is Impossible an cdkuit ouai too( Kentucky ctto oselect theuiv mrivtmi to misinterpret it. Tho administration test toeke couotlrs used In thu commoa chools, and to cheapan und all its works havo been repudiated the price. The bill opena the sale of test hooka Two years to tin compoUon of til publishing house. The by the American people. measure was discussed ut length, along with ago the country registered Mich a vote the leuats Mil Numerous amendment were of want of confidence as has never beodi rid, and the hour of adjournment arriving fore been recorded against any adminthe bill went over until Friday. Tbo bouse ad- istration in our history. Hut the journed to 9 o'clock Triday morning l'llASKTORT, .S'OT X -- SOATC Th SCOtO concurred In the house amtoJiaeaU to tot Can ma-J"ri- laj order for December 7. ta&mrm "" ' ': MsKlnley -- ocratic party responsibility vhlch eveuts placed precisely whera It o prebelonged, upon themselves. sume that a largo number of this Ulnd u jruu vvlU wec'.t to dodge the cem- Wlll." moDt In tho samo fasltfon.'v' J BeywJJIs bfc-- v mnrn successful now in'doludiu2WlB',' the piTtMihan they wcro four yenrs oifTAA setN,i species Is made up of thoso trtsawlllW ont those plaintive wails now.nrni whevrjfosperlty comes to them during tho next. 0ur years, as .mm un,.-- , i"., win .apse rwvjkred Into silence. It Is possible that thro Is still a third species, made utJ"of.tVnv who were encouraged by tho McKlnleysw tariff to believe that a republican tory wonld give them somo privilege of getting rich through the abuse of the taxing power. Tho schemes entertained by such must be abandoned, for It was against them especially that the l opular verdict was rendered. New mills and factories will be erected in abundance by enterprising, financially sound and men. Those who do not belong to this class must be left to nurse their sore head, and get such comfort as they may out of charging upon Cleveland the effects of their own deficiencies. Albany Argus. self-relia- -- -- good-size- nnd of tho latter (114,500 ratally Wounlxl In a Djel. KvAMvir.t.K, Ind, Nov. '.'. -- Oniecr Michael Kelly, of tho police force, re celved n message Monday evening sum301. Thero was n gratifying Improvement moning him to tho bedside of his In tlio condition of the debt, produced brother, John Kelly, at Francisco, Ind. The only particulars learned were that by the reduction of tlio Interest-bearin- g loans, tho conversion of matured bonds Monday afternoon, Louis Watkins, Into nthors payable nt the option of tho a colored man, and John Kelly fought secretary of tho treasury, and tho ex- a duel with repeating shotguns. Kelly's tinction of n considerable part of tho gun missed fire, and Watkins fired n load lloth loans payable on demand. The total of buckshot Into Kelly's bowels, net reduction of (37.5S7.720 in these two men were drinking. Tho wounded man application of can not recover. terns was effected by tho surplus revenues of tho ye.ir. amounting to nearly (10,000,000, together with Bsgley-WlDead Insanity. upwaitlsof (27,000,000 tnken from tho Davkm-diit- , la., Nor. 20, The lino of "" cash In tho treasury. defenses of Geo. I. ltugley, who robbed According to the revised estimates tho the United States Hxpress Co. of (100,-00totnl stock of money of all kinds In tho Ih tolerably certain to bo insanity. country on Juno 30 was (2, 174, 14,040, Judge Kotherock, of tho Iown supremo nn Increase of (150,000,000 in the year. court, has et that movement well on Hy eliminating that part of the paper foot, nttorneys are collecting nil poscurrency which Is purely representative, sible cvidenco In that direction. Hag-le- y consisting of certificates of doposlt and was to havo been called to plead treasury notes, tlio effective slock la Monday, but this has been deferred till found to have, been (1,753,033,754. an In- Thursday. crease of (70,000,000. Ross and McLuckle Surrender to the ShsrllT. Indian Statt Bank. PiTTMit'itnii, Pa., Nov. 20. Hugh US, Nov. llni'fHKi.8, It Is rumored Itoss nnd John McLuckic, hero that tho llrltlsh Indian governtho llomestend strike lenders who havo ment proposes to establish u Mate bank been missing cut sinco tho charges of in India with n large capital ami noto murder and treason wero preferred circulation. Tho object In establishing uguliist them, returned to tho city Mon-du- y tho bnnk, It Is snld, Is to facilltme stnta and surrendered to tho sheriff. remlttnnccb and to abolish the sales of L The Njw Peruvian Mlnliter. India bills. VAi.rAiuiso, Nov. 20. Tho appointIbM. Ruistani to Bur Bugir. ment of Cnnnvcro, by Pent, as minister r A ktoiiv is told in (1 r ninny of n St, l'KTFitftni'iio, Nov. Tin" czar to the United Stntes is regarded by which caino back to tho general has ordered tho ministers. to Chilian otlicials as an attempt on tho of flninro post ofllco with these words written by purchasa sugar abroad to sell In Kusshi tiie postman on tho envelope: "Tlio whenever white Russian crystii s at tho part of Peru to endeavor to enlist tho ddicsse has hanged himself; present southwest fitntlous exceed In price 5 sympathy of tho United States to pre vent any dispute with I hill. Address unknown." roubles 1(1 kopecs per pound. Naiiiamki, H. llAinir, of llrlstol, N. Emlfranti Compelled to Swear, Treatlis of Commsrcs. II., Is thu oldest living ex.governor of u Qukk.nrtow.v, Nov. 20. In nccordatico MAlMitt), Not. n cabinet meetstate In tho United States. If ha surwith tho now emigration laws of tho vives until September 1, lbOO, ho will bo ing, tho queen regent prcsld ng. tho United States, all of the emigrants prumler, Senor Cnnovns del Custio, ancontcnurl.iu. nounced thnt treaties of commerce had booked for passage in tho Cunnrd steam-ihle Wirin.V less than a year Mr. Auraula too1( on onth before a down by two cabs, been concluded with Sweden iml has beou run Hollnnd, Denmark, Switzerland magistrate Monday that they wcro gon plccoof ossified truck In thoeyo with ing to join relatives in America. gingerbread nnd tossed by n holfer, yet unit Portugal, H)v mtnti of Nihilist. BUtns Oitttnc Alonz Nictlr, lie is ns lively as ever, Kr PKTKHfMJWl, Nov. !iV,- - I'lio NiWasiiinoto.v, Nov. 20. .lames O. Ariucw trnvolcra relate thut the nM Monday evening: White rhliiueeios frequently dies from hilists aro trying to stir up the Volga Illalue, jr., rating poisonous plants which havo no peasantry by means of pamphicis and "Futher is doing nicely. Ilo was up and moving minimi thu effect on thu black nne, probubly be- letters to revolt against tlio gosern-incu- t. igalu i'e nro very iiniuh pleased with The- polio Imvo been instructed room. cause tho tlno M'citl u the hitter tells uV to suppii'ss iniy Insurrectionary the progress uf hlr, iccovory." iilm It igilaiiycrouH to (PJVJm,B40, while thoso secured by full deposits in tho treasury Increased from (.MO.lOO.Ont to W:0,243,. U 00,-00- Jubilee. Kot.t.owixn Is tho verdict of a jury of Inquest In n caso of aupposed nrson: "We, tho Jury, And that tho thing was done. Who did it or how It was dona of courso wo don't know, but wo do, of course that it wos done." Ix Jacksonville, I'la., a factory has lK'en started for tho purpose of making brushes nnd brooms of tho palmetto tlbcr, and elsewhere sink brushes aro being umdo of blocks of the wood, half of whoso thickness la converted Into bristling points. Tub fisheries of Jamnliu nro to be transferred to nn Hnglish syndicate. The waters about this Inland nro said to swarm with tho finest kinds of food fishes, but natives have not tho energy and ciltcrprUo to capture and turn them to profltnbln account. Tiik representntivn of an Ktigllsh ayndlcnto Is quoted In tho dispatcher 0 na Knylng thut ho has just bought acres of laud In West Virginia, nnd that his syndicate is to establish thereon a big iron and Mod works similar to those owned by Mr. Carnegie. II, If. II. lliiuw.v, of New burgh, N.Y., Is nt present engaged on u Ktutuo for tho llncst typo of thu imtlro Indian for tho World's fair, l.ono Wolf, from tho Indian territory, Is tho model, IU'.liriKl.H I'liocToil feels as If ho wan Bitting upon velvet. Vermont has ideated him to fill out tho unexpired term of Heimtor Kdinunds and tho next regular term, which will curry him over until I'cnn-aylran1) let-U- Tho success which has attended tho efforts of tho department to maintain a strung gold rcervo is considered satisfactory, in view of the heavy disbursement. The amount of the public debt given us (l,55,9'.C,591 on Juno 30, 1601. and (1.58S. 101.144 on Juno 30, 1S92, Tho loans resting on the credit of tho I' nlted Stales were cut down from Tho robber wheeled his horse across tho road In front of them, nnd compelled them to glvo up w hat they had by threatening them with n revolver. John lfecfe, n policeman, and William Ityan, wcro tho next to meet trouble. Ityan lost f 1,00, but ho would linvu lost move If ho had had it. Keefe had no money, but ho lost his revolver nnd his reputntion, which was all ho carried with him at tho time. (1.50. hecn Iwfore, and it cost them ,.i TJioUcjigand a pfHViQy,,, A. the wealth, resources and ex- as far as the MllwnulceeilHrtItrrrf,vr,,,v,r,fcn, railroad bridge over tho Missouri river ,ko (t wiU b0 Imposslblo to' carry on ni uansasi.iiy, wnero tnc norses were. tho trado of tho world on a sound. found In an almost dying condition, ctnble basis If tho debtor wns allowed having been driven furiously. Hero nJJ the option of paying In whichever curs trace of the men was lost, but the rency suited him. Although 1 hopo I of Kansas City are working on the have shown that Is imposease. sible in Kuglnnd, the question arises w hcthcr or not It Is possible to extend the IMMENSE SCHEMES. silver, thereby stopping a further ItaUvrnya to tie Hutu to Develop Trnprr-lie- . ii"eI of fa and its disastrous consequences, I Wyoniloe, 1 Campbell, 'whereof it is impossible to foresee, Ciiicaoo. Nov. 2. of Ohio: Win. Allen. It .7. Deanne, Ar-- mfre'orc sumnu ino proposal, not ns an mil us u Vuv thur 15. Townscnd. Georire Greene, all ' n"Nluu"' s"iig of New York city; John Weir, of Wyo-- u.ition. "If you approve tho plan," said Mr. tiling, nnd Chas. J. Ilarncs, of Chicago, Sunday formed themselves Into n com- 1! nlisehlhl, "you can make a supplepany, with n capital of (3,000,000, for ment to It iu any way you think proper submitting It to your governtho development of a vast quantity of property in various portions of Wyo- ments. I think that such an arrangeming. Tho object of tho company as de- ment will give general satisfaction. 1 clared by tho agreement and articles of believe that our American friends will incorporation, aro to build two railroads Cid it acceptable. I sco no objection to in being made n legal-tendto develop the soda lakes, which unowned by Mr. Weir, and urc producing Kncland up to live pounds. I believe every kind of soda for which uso can bo tltat tho proposal will bo well received found; the irrigation of sixty thousand in Iudio. The bulk of tho population acres of land; tho opening up of ten wal recognize that no material alterthousand acres of coal and six thousand ation is suggested, whilo tho merchants acres of Iron land, Ono railroad, an bankers will Know that the of which ft survey already I ihanges nro given n stability which will been made, will run from Caspar remain undisturbed during a period Unstable exchunge, to Hnnnn, n distanco of 129 miles.' "f "vc J cars. tr,liuore than depreciation of tho rupee, Its course will bo tbroiK-l- i valler of tho Sweetwater. Tho other "s tho cuici lacior oi complaint in rond wl'.l run from Johnston In trie' India. The gold market will also bo crossing of the Northern Pnclflo nnd.re"cvl. " only Luropcan appeals will tho Dig Horn rlver,n dlstnnco of thrco, '"- ,rmile thereto for n long time, nnd us hundred miles. Tho land to bo irrlgat- - ' Mllth Africa is increasing her output of ed is eontigioiis to Johnston. The eonl rTohl. the nrrangement suggested will nnd iron lands nro in tho Scminolo vnl- enable Russia and Austria to complete lev, west of tho Platte river. Tho whole purchases without unduly Interfering co'st involved will bo about (12,000,000 with the money irfarket. If tho confer nt tho lowest possible estimate. Tho,cs adjourns without having railroad will bo finished in eomplished uuy deflnllo result. It will about a year, and tho remaining work couso a fall In silver frightful to con-wibo brought to a termination at, template. It will causa a monetary ' panic, of which It Is imposslblo to fore- speedily as possible. ; effects. tell tho Attempt lo Wreck Tralr. Jo to India because tho cessn-tem"I Lima, O., Nov. 2S.- -A dastardly at- t,,m f V'? In,am,,,0".mml Rilv" or a was made to wreck south-bonntlialcritll UOCIIllO III 1110 riipCC, OWlllg lO ,vivv...,nr .rnln V,Y 1 .lunnn tl,n PI,,-!- ... null, Hamilton ,fc Dayton road nt Limn, yspocltlo legislation, would unterinlly nt 0:20n. in. Saturday. WhllospeeJIutf nlxect ngt only the savings of hundreds nlong just north of Limn tho train of millions of people, but the value of crashed Into n pllo of ties which had silver generally, I therefore hopo for Wen placed ncross the rails. Tho engb your ultimate approval, as although necr did not discover tho obstruction in It may bo urged that countries not so timo to stop, but fortunately the pilot interested as Kngland nnd India nro hurled them clear of the rails, and the expected to make sacrifices, I yet betrain enmo safely on to Lima. The tics lieve that what is best for the world weio placed on the track with the In- generally must prove best for Individual interests." tention of wrecking the train. 1 he C'urolliKi Itn Ik Tut l'ur. I.lulr llonlen'i Cliunree. TaU.ntox, Matt., Nov. 2S. Th ImCoi.Umiiia, S. O., Nov. 20. Senator pression prevails that the- - grand jury Kviuts, leader of the administration will not Indict Lilo liordcn for the forces In the legislature, Monday Intromurder of her fnthei, Andrew llordon, duced in the sennto a bill tho effect of but the publlo Is no more certain of this which s. Ill Iks to Intc vt tho statutes than It was when the first ca'e went according to tho vlow taken by into tlio hands of tho Jury, only by in- tho Tillman adnilnh last spring ference, slnco no member of that body in tho bank tux case, which was litis expressed himself in nny win It ono of tho chief Is 'ie4 of tho recent U felt that tho attorney general realizes state canvass between Gov. Tillman and thut It would bo better for all concern- his opponents. Tlnro nro sensational ed to make no error of judgment now, features attached to tho bill virtually even nt thu risk of conjuring up f'llso tltolarlng that tho supivmo court's Inappearances mid to place Miss Harden terpretation of tho law was capricious in a where sho will tint l"' bennd political yond the reach of justice. otfi-clalKx-Go- t. ".. r ex-h- -' - ll -- d . rr pt . 28.--- p Money (or Sm ',itn;', Kentucky'. (Iltlrliil I'lgure. Wapiii.nohix, Nov. 20. The court of Fhamu'oiit, Ky., Nov. 2S. Tne last election returns from tho counties caino claims gavo u decision fuorablo to tho to the secretary of stato'M otll v hunthiy, PacIUu Mall Steamship Co. in Its suit against tho United States to rccoier Thu figures show for the ( level.in I elec; I178,5S3 additional compensation for tho republican, tors, 175,421; people's party electors, 2:1,3.).:; prohibi- convoyanco from October S, 1573, to tion elector, 0,3s,3 n total vote of 310,. September 20, 18S5, of mails "From San Francisco to New Zealand, New South 731 Wales, Queensland and Victoria othlluv. Ilu..rir I'lnriilllr. Host ox, Nov, as, The recount at the erwise tho Australian Colonies" upon stttto house shows Gov, Win, K. Unssell the ground that tho company has not Tlio been paid the full sea postage on thu Is elected with a plurality of - '' nothing on plurality of linger Wnleott, remibiiean, jetters, mid has Ihmii paid In uer ,'iiiii,,s J tho othert,inrt'cles contained tho mall for )ii'tiliiiitiit-8wiiior- , rifirr,l Cut roll, U luierut; Is V VU 1 a Ulnd-Iton- Nor-wu- y, y against tho administration, oierw riming ns they were, lost home-hat of their moral force because of the very lurge abstention of voters In Her v all the states. It was urged by of the administration the tiiat whilo this abstention might be held k indicate a lack of positive for tho president and his policies, it did not signify absolute dis approval of them, nnd it was confident ly predicted that In 189J, when n full vote would bo registered, the verdict of lc0 would be reversed. Well, the full fiGgb vote has been polled by far the largest In the history of the country and the verdict of 1890, Instead of being; reV versed, has been reafllrmed and made i6rrjs. more emphatic The causes of tho unpopularity of M. F. Vor.NO, who was picked up on the Harrison administration are not far proved so tho road near Franklin, died the other to Aeek, and that they have night Ho nover spoke nftcr he was potent speaksnswell for the moral stand for tho Intelligence and found. It is thought now that he wu ards as well patriotism of the American people, drugged aud robbed. existence ' MT I J, The hotly of Mis Robocca Hanllson The administration began its owed his crisp at lier under a cloud. Mr. Harrison was found burned to a not to the unpurchased suf liomo near lllue Art, in Muhlenberg election people but to bribery and frages of county, at a lato hour tho other night corruption the the most tingrant descripof She wns 63 years of age, nnd had llr4 tion, no obtaiued the presidency in tho lifo of a recluse since 1823, when 1SSS onlv through tho lavish and cor itircntxo uejioi hath noosTins ron t4 - St Louis KepuMlc. Mie was disappointed In a love affair. expenditure of money, extorted Her clothing probably ignited while hs runt the tariff rings and other pluto from PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. was kindling a flro and she was too cratle combines organized to prey upon feoblo to call for aid. You can buy some of the states the national treasury and to despoil Tin: engagement Is announced of thencoplo of their substance. Ho him sometimes, but you cannot buy nil the Count Krnest George Gcrscdorff, to self inspired aud cooperated in the states, all tho time Charleston News olllccr In tho First Uhlan guards, and raising of this money, nnd to n great Courier. :Mlss Nellie Peters, of Lrfulvlll Mlu ,cstT',NT"td it disbursement. With When James G. Illalue smashed . Peters will spend tho winter In Derlfrf f all of this outlay ho did not receive a his hat In the senate flnatfee committee with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Armstrong1. majority nor even u piuiallty of tne rooms over the McKinley tariff ho ItF.v. W. P. I'AJien, nine yenrs pastor popular veto. Ho was in un actual mi- smashed the republican party with it Albany Argus. of the Wcsttlcld Preabyterinn church, nority ef 465,(131 on tho popular vote has resigned, and is a candidate for the and fe.l He To catch the farmer vote of Ohio ,I84 below Cleselund. ministry in the Kpisoopsllsn church. was lherfore a minority president, not an almost prohibltivo tariff was placed Ho Is of the Dr. Ilriggs school. only in the sense that he had failed to on wool, but even the farmers have beAt Louisville Casper Verick went to receive a majority of the popular vote come tired of having protected wool get a Hccnso to mnrry Maglo Prnltt but that Ms leading competitor had pulled over their eyes N. Y. Herald. While ho wns out she eloped with Aden received a plurality He was the -- The statement that Mr. Cleve II, Coombs nnd married him. This Is product of money and not the land has refused to pledge himself, now the .second time Cnsper has been fooled. choice of the people. made with such a flourish, is not news The catalogue of Mr. Harrison's of- to the country. It nomluated and Mlts. Ciiari.ik McKi.vai.v, colored, of Hopkinsvllle, gavo birth to triplets tho fenses as president is u longone. Wlieu elected him because it knew he vas other duy, which aro living nnd doing ho bestowed a cabinet position upon not u pledging man. St Louis Repubwell. About two years ngo the samo John Wausmaker as a reward for the lic. Thomas C Piatt was a greater woman gas c birth to twins, making a latter's services in raising a corruption record of five children iu less than two fund of lOO,000 for um; in securing Ids success as n prophet than he was as a own election, he scandalized the coun- boss. Ho lost eight state campaigns in years. Citv Mahsiiai. .Tasits I). Tavloii shot try. When he called the notorious succession to the democrats, fie then and fatally wounded Win. Powers, at Stephen U F.lkinswho had long been said that Harrison could not curry New . Ilttstonville, Lincoln county. Powers notorious ns n jobber and a lsjodler, to York aud hit tho bulls eye. N. and another young rufllan, named Con- his cabinet, he repeated this offense. World. -- Tho latest advices concerning rad Russell, from .Junction City, went When he turned the census bureau to Ilttstonville, both being drunlc und over to a man of Robert II. Porter's an- Mr. Cleveland's cabinet make it reason license to pervert ably certain thnt It will contain neither very disorderly. After insulting a num- tecedents with full That ber of people they became very threat- It from its legitimate uses to thoso of a a Wanamaker nor an Hiking. ening and went up Into tho main part party mn-- h ne, when he put such a fel- ought to satisfy the reQubllcan cabinet of tho town where they mot the of- low as Green It. Haunt at tho head of makers for a little while. Indianapolis coming ficer. wcro They down the pension bureau and retained him Sentinel. -- One of the president's organs an tho street shouting whon Marshal after his incompetency and dishonesty Taylor stepped ont of n had been fully revealed; when he con- nounces thnt It any bill admitting wool Will ferred nn important official position free comes biifora him: "He will send store-roow ith a thirty-eigh- t Win"Have" Martin chester rlllo In his hand. Ho halted upon a criminal like"recognized" iu in to congress a stinging veto of IL" This a is a mistake. Tho presidents sting them and ordered them to surrender, Philadelphia nnd ns K. when Power pulled n gun nnd would similar riauner such characters Henry was extracted on the bth Inst. Itroolc-ly- n II. Nebe'.tcr. Nam Kcrchevel nnd Kuglc. havo shot tho olllccr down in cold Indiana, Mr, Harrison -- It is worse than silly, and adds to blood had he not quickly fired on Pow- MaoFarland in himself as unmindful of the ers, and then ejecting the empty shell advertised the sting of defeat, to attribute tho re of his high office, aud renfrom his rifle covered Russell. The lat- propertiesimpossible for honest men, publican defeat to any am so but the it ter threw up his hands and surrendered deredwere not blinded by party spirit right one it is a verdict against the .McKinley tariff bill; the.issue wns fairly was lodged in jnlL At the crack of who and personal partiality, to retain faith tho rlllo Powers fell mortally wounded, or him, however mnch they may have beforo the people and they have con in demncd it. liuffalo Commercial, tho ball having penetrated hlsabdoman desired to do so. near tho navel. On Powers' body wero This Is n democratic viotory not Aside from his prostitution of the found two 'pistols, besides tho ono ho to seriously patronage to the servlco of his own to go wild over, but as putting an and end drew on tho oftlcer. interests nnd of the supposed Interests joyously contemplatethe powers of tho Nkws reached Owensboro tho other of his party Mr Harrison flow in tho to prostitution of day of the total destruction by flro of face of enlightened publio opinion federal government by the republican the village of White IUatns, on the N. when 1 identified Ills administration prtity to the end of building up a privi class a plu N. and M. V. railroad, In Hopkins counwith JhKinleylsm and the whked leged nnd "protective" of tho produc tocracy, ty. The fire started In n vacant storeforce bl, it was the habit of repub-llcn- n ing und upon the necks consuming millions tho ue- room at 10 o'clock in tbe inorulnu;. drgans" and. orators tn tbe recent sjiocracy. Rochester union. Kight building were burned before the ctu.raign to eulogize his administra Renewed confidence In the busifire was, got under control. The depot, tion as n "clean" one, ami to claim o ness tact and sound judgraentof Grover which contained n largo amount of t! at ho democratic press and the freight for tho country towns around speakers admitted It to be such. Cleveland Is given us a reason for the White Plains, n church, four Not ns could hnve been farther from sudden und wonderful advance in the o u doctor's ofllco and one th '.tcts. While It is tmo that, iu nrico of grain. The farmer eanafrank were burned. Hut few of tho com leration of tho president's sad do on Grover Cleveland and his principles contents of any of tho buildings were mestic u miction, the spokesmen of tho and policy. Tho advance la the prico democratic party, through the press of stocks aud cereals gives tbo lie to saved. predicted I.N fulfillment of a bargain Jerry Conand on tho stump, treated his adinluls-tratio- n tho enluiuity howlers who regime-Toledo and himself personally with eternal rulu under the new stantino, a hotel keeper at Sparta, shot Hee. and hilled Roberts, a colored man, great forbearance during tlio nnd confined themselves chlelly Out of the general wreck of the Constantino loanod Roberts (to some The weeks ngo, telling hint that If it was u- tne great Issues of tariff reform and g. o. p. one fragment Is saved; repttb-lica- u It Is not true legislature of Pennsylvania is not paid on Thanksgiving day his life ioi.i by n majority of eighty ou joint would bo thu forfeit. It whs not paid th.it thy certified to the cleanness and general excellence of Ids administrat- ballot, aud Quay will bo returned to and Constantino kept his word. lAiirs Win.sj, whilo assisting in the ion There have been some redeem- the United States senate. Tbo result Is celebration of tho democratic victory at ing features in Mr. Hurrlsou'r, record Is appropriate nnd significant QuayHo Rice Stntion, held a can of powder in us president, but they have not been the tipo fruit of republicanism. His otlieial ought to be saved if all else Is lost If his hand. Tlio powder exploded, blow- numerous or importaut ing ls)th of his eyes ont nnd probubly reu'id at, a whole has been very bad, it wero only for the, soke of preserving In a senate which will ,iiid when the country, on Tuesday, rethe sample fatally burning him. pudiated the force bill and the McK In- soon bo democratic, this relic of the TilhitK nre nlready nine applicants s aud for tho post otllco at Doicr. The Job let law, mid condemned the follies und rule of political corruption lloston will bo conspicuous. congress, mo of tho bllliou-dollu- r tr. pays (.100 per year. citizen il a so placed th; seal of Its emphatic Post. Joiiiia.v MiiMin, n Muffed or uiistutl'ed, Mr. Cleveof Anderson county, tlio father of Dup-- dis.ipprovnl upon tho administration of II mil son becau-- e of its bad land is a prophet who has led his peoty Sheriff Joel Mizner, wns run down bondage, and by the work train on a trestlo two f,,'i and Its low morul standards. ple out of the land of 'lono Is, In tha Ignominious failure of who piomises to guide their steps until tulles from that place tho other morna land In ing. He was thrown to tho ground, a his efforts to secure u reelection by they shall huvo entered tho world of distanco of forty feet, nnd instantly such methods us hu has employed to which 1k tha good thingsdistributed so polmbre equitably shall killed. All tho back part of hi head that end, a pregnant lesson for iticians of every variety, which the far us that equity depends upon'honest was torn away? und prudent udiu nlstratlon. As in the llll.l.Y lll'l.l.l.NO, who killed Hal Dent whole guild will do well to heed. . Sentinel. past, lie now promises nothing which In Carrie Martin's million tie jole, Louisof at-- The republicans may still stick to to wise men seem imposslblo hall or of ville, was ncqulted on grounds through rulu, It ti .it the turitf is not u tu, but they tainment, and may bo relied upon to do the Pit. Chas IIiiva.v bus been npKlited do not deny thut It Is n heavy burden shine he . Courier-- full duty of u inim juat. "hre. luw m a campaign, Louisville pension o.vniulninK surgeon at I'icsUu-burirman. H.iltliueic New. . Jumuul, FMAMtroiiT, Nov M Sesatc No business transacted HorsE Tho consideration of the Hoy school tejt took bill was resumed and pushed tan finish. Mr Whitaker, of Covington, plead-i- d for (he fitnendmont he offered an Friday, that the proilelons of this bill should not apply to tbo adoption now In force, with five yaars yet to run. He contended this would be In violation of a contract made with Us constituted authorities, the State Board of Education. The hoise rouM not fee It that way, and the amendment received but one vote. Mr. WhltsVer fired s Tarttlan arrow as he fell back defeated. In the ehapo of a constitutional clause, which, he held, would render the bill nnlt and void. A motion was then mads to rroensUer the vote by which tho amendment to strike out the emergency clause was defeated. The motion carried, snd, should the bill past the fteaate and heceine a law, It will not go Into effect nB-tninety days after tho adjournment of the prcfent jene rat assembly. h f v-3- , u? cOi-ci- f dem-oc-a'i- storo-room- s, rest-ileuc- cum-paur- shuiur-icssitcs- well-know- n u tempts. w pfr &yM&&&fa jdw i iiM ;! HHHHWI!WIN sSi SSSSSSZ i vt' 1 tf.w: -i- m- nu ' , tVjiiyiTOiiidi -- jmi'1 ' j i WJTO .o 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER. Mllshri Evirj FrHay ky GEORGE WAR11EN Hlokman, Kentucky, Vfles Jaekssa Stmt, THE HICKMAN COURIEMI -- FINE JOB PRINTING inXKOUTICD WITH HEATflESS AID D1SPATCI K:. Si ll BALK BILLS, cit door to ENVELOPES, Oitr Hall. J CEORCC WARREN, Editor. TIDi OLMff miWlPAPBB IS WBST1RIT KENTUCKY. 1BF KENTUCKY STATE NEW& . C. IS LETTER HBADStj BILL HEADS, , INVITATIONS, frlcoof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. Six comets are now visible In Urn heavens. Tur. Imnk of Hnglnnd win IncorpoIn HUM. I ESTABLISH A ND 1359. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., 1'IUDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1892. INCOME! VOLJgaHBUl. NO. ETC, KTC HULL FIGHT. TAX DYNAMITE USUI). METALLISM. rated Tint net debt of Canada S Tho Mntndor Plungod Hln Sword Into Ono of Thorn. ThallrllfmliigMntiipaoIrt llii.(MI,rr Tlirca -- Tli. Ilsrrlrmlrs ll mft ami, nulla anil Hprcinluri llrruma .Mltnl.Ou 1'rnoii Klllnl hikI leu InJuretL. Mcx., Nov. 'J5-Joa Pancoe, the Jefo Politico, or mayor, of tho town of Artonga, about forty miles louthcafctof this city, arrived hero Sunday morning nfter a ton knurs' bird rldo acrovs tho rough mountains. Ho relates a thrilling story uf an Hai.tiu-o- . Hon. reported lo 1237,78 l.tl'JO. -- ! AJP t ' farullr. A l'lllt.AiEi.riltA candidate complains that so many lies were told about him during tho campaign that he can not get credit from his tailor. Tin: Arkansas supreme court decides that express inrasetigdr aro entitled, equally with passenger, to tho protection of railroad companion. A l'lill.AUM.niUN- - paid an election wager by pushing n peanut along tho sidewalk on Chestnut street from llroad to Seventh with a toothpick. eld houso at No. SO Chaiii i.s Wellington street, Strand, In London, will soon be n thing of the past, as It Is to Ixi remodeled for business puriioses, Tiik French minister of public Instruction has drclded to preserve tho homo of Joan of Arc In Doiurrml as a museum in which to Illustrate) her story. A I'Hit.AMU.rillA man, who uoc twenty-fou- r hats on the election, has opened an account with his hatter, and will draw on him at plcastiro for a hat. Stiii i:t car conductors receive only C2't cent for a day's wages In thn city of llrrliti. The day is eighteen hours long, with a holiday onco In two weeks. A uuui throne, of the vain of IJ.MH),. 000, Is to lie presented to tho popo by tha united subscriptions of all the llomau laltinllo cathedrals In tho world. It Is lo txi giien to his holiness on the occasion of his episcopal JuMIcc. Kom.omi.no Is tho verdict of a Pennsylvania jury of Inquest In a caso of uprxed arson: "We, tho jury, find that tho thing was done. Who did it or how It was done of course wo don't know, but wo do, of course know that It was done." I.N Jacksonville, Kla., a factory hns been started for thu purpose of making brushes nml brooms of tho palmetto liber, and elsewhere sink brushes ore being iiiiulo of blocks of the wood, half of whoso thickness Is converted Into bristling points. Till: fisheries of Jamaica nre to bo transferred to nn English syndicate. The wnlcrs about this Island nre said to aw arm with tho lineal kinds of food fishes, but natives havu not the energy and enterprise to capture nnd turn them to profitable account. Tiik representative of nn Hngllsh lyndlcato I quoted In tho dispatches as haying that ho hns just bought ncro of laud In West Virginia, nml that his syndicate Is to establish thereon n big iron and steel works hlmllar to those owned by Mr, Carnegie. II. If. II. IIiiow.n, of Nuwbnrgh, N.Y,, Is at present engaged on u statue for tho finest typo of thu native Indian for I.ono Wolf, from tho thu World's fair. Indian territory, It tho model. Ill nriKi.n Pkoctoii feels as If lm was sitting upon velvet, Vermont hns elected him to till out thn unexpired term of and tho next regular Senator term, which will carry him over until IbW r A STONY Is told In (lununny of n which eaino back to thu general post olllco with these word wrltteu by the posUiun on tho envelope: "Tho sddicsse hns hanged himself; present DO,-0let-U- day, and tho object of his visit was to secure medical aid for tho uufortunste victims. The matador, or slayer of tho bulls, was to bo Manuel Lopez, a daring My' Icon Tnquora At i p. ta there about 3,&oo spectators In tho amphitheater around tho arena. stuccessful. Tho bnndcrlllos and mntaion took amilversnrv of tholr placas and the bulUwr'tpnicd TIioTccfie' was full oflsx'vifea'.Nit, I KT '. , Beat year. , lUfoiits from different cotton center and tbo crowd was furnlslrd n.th aith.t,' of report n very short crop, due to floods plenty of amusement by tho the bnndcrlllos In keeping outtt tbo and early frost. way of Alter Tile tunnel at Niagara falls Is com- working tho enraged animals. stata of up tho bulls Into k pleted, and the falls are to be harnessed great fronzv, Lopez got in l ki tho by next V.nrclu Unit bull. Tun man who Is perfectly proporHo gave tho animal n thrust between tioned neighs 20 J pounds for every the shoulders with tho sword, but tho foot of his height wound was not a fatol one. Tho U , The scaffold on which John Ilrowu lugnud wild capers of the uouu was tanged al Harper's l'erry has been animal stnmpcded tho other balls, and cn, to thu World's fair. they made n united rush ngalns'ico TlllirKof the four Dutch universities lieu ry bnrrlcades.whlch are for thi ( nrn open to women, namely l Leydrn, of tho spectators. Tlie I Utrecht and Amsterdam. cado gavu way and tho bulls ru- - od A Kansas C'irv farming Implement frantically Into tho crowd M)f Ie ue, house lit tends sending out u young wom- who were thrown right nnd left I iLs an as a drummer next year. aulinaU' horns. Six eh lid re n from one family were In their excitement tho spectators lately admitted to the .Soldiers' Or- rushed to one side of tho amphlti. ntcr phans' homo at Atchison, Ka. to cscapu tho fury of thn bulls. Inn Mohk thanone-Hft- h of tho work done reused tho scats to glvo nway, am' fully In sericulture and In small Induslrks fifty people sustained broken llml and In Trance Is performed by women. Tho lulls severe internal Injuries. A itsoxviu.r (Ind.) young wom- killed ora nnd wounded ten others. an won n Hun berry farm, valued at TitcAsuiiEivs unrorvr. (1,000, as the result of tho recent elecII tion. Show. Ilio Mautlnrj 111" lory tr th flitted Mate, fur 1HUI. K.Nt'TB Nti.so.sr, the governor-elec- t of he tre&surer WAiiisoTOf, Nor. Mlnnrsoto, was born In Norway, and was six year old when he cams to this of the United Statev Mr. ri H. Ne't her, f r tho has submitted his aunuat country. y CilAltl.es Coxsn.l.r, of Ilradford, To., year ended June 30, UPi Tlienrt Is to eat alx pieces of billiard cue rcveiiiits of the government fcr chalk, the effect of a bet on Harrison's the fiscal year were f351,M7.7(M a decrease of 37,071,083 as conipsre.1 witli election. lltnciir.ns rt ho slaughtered hog In tho year Uifore. The net ordlnan exLower Snucon, pa,, found, snugly Im- penditures were l.1&,0"23,830, a de r. awi of 110,340,444. Thu surplus bedded in the left lung, it silver were thus cut down from M7,23!. .to piece. Jrila.st HAnTllonNt:, who Is the IV,OI4,4S. Including the public debt the ti 'al refather of wven children, calls his home at Sag Harbor "Tho Houso of Seven ceipts for the year were Sfl,401,S8 and tho expenditures K.St.OlO.UM Gabbler." w 1th resjwet to tho effect upon A l'.wits laundryman uses pleuty of diwater and bulled potatoes. Instead of tho treasury, tho receipts of Into two general dxs wisps, sodas and boiling powders, In vided which thn the first, coinprlun cJeunlng clothes. revenues, r 'cipts the TiiritK ore seven Hebrew members onllnary who bate- seat In the llrltlsh house of from loan and tha deposit f r tho bank notes commons, and they are all related to retirement of national pnsb Incrvaia fnr tbo time tbo atsiInlilA tha ltothschlld ii Tub resurrection plnnt grows In Met-lc- o and Africa. Oxic Inch of ruin mean 100 ton of water on every acre. Kacii win); of tlio ostrich furnishes twenty-si- x long white plumes. Yl.oncxcr NiniiiiMiAt.r;, tho famous uurse, I seventy-tw- o years old Ax electric cigar lighter nml electrle refrigerator are two late inventions. difTub water of about twonty-fir- e ferent springs U peddled In Chicago streets, Thes patronage of tha vice president Is llmlU'il to u private secretaryship and a clerkship. Tiik experiments In raising tobacco in Georgia this year hnvo prored very that, occurred at Arteaga Satur- :.""'" -- Jrrn 38,-T- -- ten-ve- rri.-nuc- j ' S00.500 to l)0i',2IS,b40, while those secured by full deposits in tho treasury Increased from W40.10O.O31 to t).'0,24.V 301. III for thei!? of th""rovrrny,i-'bthe second, nrlslng from the Issue at gold, silver nnd currency certificates. United Mates notes and treasury notes lend to swell the assets of the treasury, lint do not affect the arallable balance. Kor the first of theso cIusmh tho figures show an excess of tNS.OOO MO of expenditures over rcenucs In iSOl, acd one of upwanls of Ii7,000,000 in 183A, In the second class there was an excess of nearly 100,000,000 of receipts In tho former year and one of tSO.OOO.OOO In the latter. As compared with 1831 there was a saving of upward of 114,000.000 of Inter est, out of which a surplus was realized, notwithstanding the cutting down of the ret enues by legislation Analyzing the true condition of tho treasury and setting aside tho trust funds, tho treasurer shows that there was n working bulnnee of cash nnd deposits In banks amounting to $207 110,4.12 at tho beginning of tho year, and to H0.1.718,- 1M at tho end. Of the former amount f IH,000,0G0, nnd of tho latter 1114,500 w as gold Tho success which has attended tho efforts of tho department to maintain n strong gold reserve Is considered satisfactory, In view of tho heavy disbursements. Tho amount of the public debt l.."H5,0'.KJ,591 on Juno 30, Is given ns 1MU, nnd $l,s, 101,144 on Juno SO, 1892. Tho loans resting on the credit of the United States were cut down from $1,-0- There was n gratifying Improvement tho condition of the debt, produced by the reduction of tho Interest-bearin- g loans, tho conversion of matured lionds into others payable nt thu option of tho secretary of tho treasury, and tho extinction of a considerable part of tho loans payable on demand. The total net reduction of I37.5S7.720 in these two tems wns cuVeled by tho application of surplus revenues of tho ye.ir. amounting to nearly 110,009,000, together with upward of J7,000,000 taken from tho ""' cash lu tho treasury. According to the revised estimates tho total stock of money of all kinds in tho country on Juno 30 was 2, ".74, "34,040, nn Increnso of $150,000,000 in tho year, lly eliminating that part of the paper currency which Is purely representative, consisting of certificates of deposit and treasury notes, tho eltoctho sioek Is found to have been $1,753,053,751. an In- crease of $70,000,000. Indian Btati Bank. HlifssKl.8, Nov. 29. It Is rumored hero that tho llrltlsh Indian government proposes to establish a stnte bank In India with n large capital an.) noto circulation. Tho object in establishing thu bnnk, It i.s said, Is to facilitate statu remittances and to nVollsh the talcs of India bills. address unknown." NAriiANiKi, 8. JIaiiiiy, of Hrlstol, N. of a II., Is tho oldest living state In thu United States. If ho survives until September I, ISDfl, ho will bo KOuuleunrluii. Within less than u year Mr. Gladstone hun been run down by two cabs, struck In tho eye with n piece of ossified gingerbread nnd tossed by a heifer, yet ho is us lively as ever. Al'ltltM.v travelers relate that the white rhinoceros frequently dies from rutin poisonous plants which liavo no effect on tho black one, probably because tho lino hcent of tho latter tells (it in It is dutiifcrous, St. rirrtitsiii'uo, Nov. 2". Tin- onr hns ordered tho minister of fin nice to purchnsu sugar abroad to sell in liussla whenever while Russian crystn's nt tho southwest stations exceed In pricu 5 roubles 10 kopecs per pound. - Rutstans to Buy Bugar. n cabinet meeting, tho queen regent presiding, tho premier, Senor Cnnovas dol Custuiu, nn uounccd that treaties of commerce hud been concluded with Sweden and Norway, Hollund, Denmark, Switzerland 2S.--- MAlilill), Nov. Treatlis of Commtrce. unci Portugal, Mov mints of Nihlltiti. PKTKiienuiio, Nov. 2d,. The Nihilists are trying to stir up the Volg.t St peasantry by means of pamphlets and iciicr to revolt against the gosern- nicnL The polloo have boe n Instructed iiV to suppiess any lusurreetlomiry tempts. ! The Wi have trtn counted, 'V'pout Submitted hjr St. llothtclilld lo CnRrr..innn Hoi. Republican hntm UruiM Predicting; Flnan-ria- l l.rgl.lntlro 1'roceeillnci. HeWlmliocr , llrtenuo Willi Fr The First National Dank or Llborly5, llnln. Nov. SI. Sr.WATtUtUe busijl Monrlnry I'or.fcrrnce llo Argues The go-tprotection will ness was transacted There is nlready tho samo outcropThe till regulat'llxt lll.Nlrtattl.nl In I.'iikIuimI U jr Missouri, Robbed. Haw 04 . more - minawment uf tho charitable InstituWAiiiiMuox, Nov. Holinnn, ing tinping of republicans who declare that Ta wot (i c I roonop ly linponllilr. tions ol the slate was reported. tho "Objector," Is In tho city, nud has twAredrlfsnaway their business will be ruined or that IIol'sK. 1 hi re was barely s quorum present llKlssEi.s, Nor. 29. M, Ho P.oths-rttldThe Hunk Almost Joinlf ly Cliitteil, Yet "tMiliam M. Kmley Lcgun thu work of making up his apthey must nbnndon projected now en.nml llttlo business transacted. 3 hi - Hsw.btmng to say llinii.iiniU uf Dollars llrlnir Carrlxl proposals weio submitted to the propriation bills. He has many Ideas terprises as followed tho elcctlouof Stephenon bill to prevent absenteeism In thfl Ol-r- iio Monetary conference Ihlrtr. Steal llnrae. anil after-"wn- . Mouday for economy, nnd he says ho Intends to The souitre has rlen general assembly was reported favorably, and Cleveland In mi. We have just fclew C'arrlagnaml JlnSo Their . ABdlUt off il. ch.ln. They cover eleven printed put them In practice, nnd only allow ghrn Its first rending. words to say to thoso who may bo disKaiap from Its thralldom, riiANKronr, Nov. absolutely necessary Items put Into tho StJtATi:. The bill for posed to adopt this form of expressing Nov. SSL Expert Rt pages. M. Do lEothschild nrgties Mo., LuiKirrv, sjtw nTOrs ana pains, fill the courts In the commonIn the regulation of frent length that appropriation blllx under his care. Ho cracksmen, with tho uso of tools, dyna.WalkrifoUtfre.in the ril.Ure-- . their partisanship uftcr it has ceased to wealth was reported. The bill providing saea ""it ' S WrVetato tbo dsr, docs not share the opinion of other mite nnd tho havo any weight. tools, suc- ind llritaln Is absolutely Impossible, judges for the court of appeals will be acted upsuggests that the question arises on separately, Tho revisory comml.slon bill , democrats that tho treasury Is bankrupt ceeded In cracking the big safe of tho This class of men Is made up of two ' ft JM)Ji?lt"g to say and says "Hint condition does not ap- l'Irst national bank, of this city, nnd se- vdethcr It is not posslblo to extend tho relating to Interest and money reported from species: First, thoso who are financially pear to confront us now, I am not pre- curing n sum of money, which, though li of silver generally, and by this tho houso as passed, ""KrfnirCa.foriiia unsound at nny rata, and are looking nn ImportIIol'sc The house raided pared to say that tin re will bo a deficit It can not be fixed definitely, owing to mbns assist In checking a further fall ant bill to farmers, Jad tidings come; about for soma .ono elto upon whom Jrf uaitcsiw answer entitled sn set to thut will demand an extra session tho oxtrciiic reticence of tho ofilclals of israluc. to charge the probablo 'consequences tbo growth ami ripening of Canada thUllo. Tbo li fife and with drum. II. I)c Hothschlld snld he did not bill has already been passed by the senate, and I sec by the papers that of congress. of their own Incapacity or shiftless-nessrthwrat uprising tho bank, Is variously estimated nt from "Win that his proposals would prove a aw alts the governor')! signature The act In rethere will lie, perhaps, $25,000,000 In tho $11,000 to $15,000. 4 Klklns and Quay, Many of this kind declared four lation to the auditor of public accounts reporttrensury that will lie available, outslda years ago that If Cleveland were sir "Cllam McKlnley The burglars were scared away be- f.ul solution of tho question, but ha ed from the scnuie was passed by the bouse. It Jfc.a swing io say declaim that they would prut a a of tho $100,000,000 of reserve. If this fore they had completed their work, elected their business would be ruined. " appropriates tho sum of 12,000 per annum for t4pirlv ton's great orotihet coming session rcducescxpcndlturcs, ns nnd did not get Into tha reserve vault Summed up, his proposals aro tbe pay of tbo assistant auditor, and the sua) of Harrison was elected, and tlics tnen ijmto Sfoodlng alone, IS, TOO for I believe. It will, that amount together Tha auditbecama bankrupt just the same. of tho safe, In which wns $10,000 more, tbt America should continue her t salarylliv Ipay of subordinates. constlluttsa, of J, IW,ts Qxed by the fro lips- (here flutters pnseat purchase, ot silver, and the or's with revenues, will run tho government principally In gold. They had dynamite They sought to saddle) on tho demand that amount esn dot be exceeded. Te mmn until tho end of tho fiscal yenr. There and a fuse attached to this, but, for jjtirojscnn powers should combine to auditor's bond Is flsed at teoo.000. In lbs bouse, ocratic party responsibility vhlch )'lai kneels besldo him. will probably bo a falling off In tho somo unknown reason, lied without jtrr'ije an uinount eqttal to 3,000,000 Mr. Nichols, member from Caldwell county. events placed precisely vrhers It vea: "Let us pray," a ulu to amend tbeaawelMttealasr,' 'HI torftvoyraitJttHSd. belonged, upon themselves. revenues, for 'we can hardly hope that voucmng it oil. Wo pre- wiwtu MuKlnley iVf-na cinuan ouicvra v en residents at '-sf Lt.rrln tlinl , In.iM m.nttA .f .1.1 sialic they 'will rxcerd $3a000,000, but'lnat The ' fl rot1 In tllembf theroVliejp; hones are to be'iffBmedlflteiysTj- - .rufuum .SSTh .vsrSlv lo- ""fJ-TfsQ,w.-.law-ii-.j ail klDl,ot tntg wlU welt to dodge, Uits cow- nnd the $25,000,000 should be sufficient came at 10:30 o clock sun any morning, hd!drii.' ,PjPHSlVi!li.' lal order for December 7. iidcd. REPU mffYvsTWsr'.TtCTfHHark l Mmbeeofrnftf rttasAnfcmiikYiMtMltfM. for tho legitimate expenses of the govwhen County Treasurer lHloy, who has thOsrimo fashloaTJsejlwIji will I'll ask ernment." an office In the building adjoining tho V.tlis expecteda that tho proposalsPort concurred re rt. Nov auitu IracnU Tie eeasto llarrlion'a AdiulnUtrallnn Full r uiffi- k- Anient In I ixr-In tbe house to the Canmora successful now in UCIUUIUS Among tho principal measures to bo bank, went to hls.ofllcc. When ho en- be referred to committee. The Amorlrnn voters, to The senate wrangled over the ada MOje puSuihjja they were our years discutscd In the house this winter, Mr. tered tho room ho saw that the wall of uguese delegates have been Instructed Jury Uilstlo bill' filibustering It was prevented bill, nnd by The verdict of tho country upon the umsV aecvjjt species Is made up of In harmony from being recommitted to tbe committee. Ilolman thinks, tho question of an Henjamln Harrison those in, and on in- fcy their jjovcrnment to act the building wns caving administration of HocusThe couunlttto on education re- - is unmistakable. It has been rendered walls ithovint' out those plaintive tax will lead. vestigation ho found that there had .with the British representatives. now, nnd.wlns.tjrosporlty comes cxprMilon of opinion teal it "An Income tax Is a very popular been a terrific explosion In tho bank, I The doutncnt submitted by Alfred fined nltn tbo "an act to enable the several w ilh such emphasis that It Is impossible to them during tho. new to piu ar rears, ns measure in Ohio nud Indlnna, and, in- which had nlmost ie ltothschlld said In part: wrecked both ' counties of Kentucky to select the ten toeks to misinterpret it. Tho administration It did after I'M, will lapse revoked Into ' deed, throughout tho entire west," ho buildings. gold standard In Kng-lsn-d csed la the common sibeola, acd to cheapen and all its works have been repudiated silence. It Is possible' that thro i, "I feel that a gave an He at onca nld. ''There are many jiotcnt reasons alarm, and upon search It was learned Is the only posslblo ono, and If we tbe price. The bill opens the sals of test boeks by the American people. Two years still a third specie, made uj7ofthwi why It Is being so widely considered at that burglars had bevn nt work consider that her whole commerce nnd to the compaUon of all publtahlng house. Till ago the country registered such a vote wno wcro encouraged uy me .MCKinlcy. measure was discussed at leegtb. along with tho present time. Tho people, especialcoun-trt, successfully In tho bank. They had a great part of that of other the senate bill Nuirerous amendment! were of want of confidence ns has never be- tariff to believe that a republican TSW .. ly of the west, belieo the wealth of entered the bank by means of skeleton t.l !.... .1 Is carried on by bills of olTrred, and the hour of adjournment arriving fore Wen recorded against nny adminlll ivijr I'liTurgi: ;ic kill-i- sumuabuse of ui the bill went oier until Trlday Tbo bouse Is interested in the luish keys, which had opened the back door exchange on loudon, which are the country istration In our history. Hut the ma-- j getting rich through the the to 9 o'Uoeli Friday morning expenditure of money. They mo that and another leading to the room In payablo In gold, It must be adr.tii agninst the administration, taxing power. Tho schemes enterNov M SiSATt No busiFuAMiroltT unless you Interest the wealth of tho which was tho vault They then mitted that tho world generally trans- - ness trantacied oterw lelmingns they were, lost some- tained by such must be abandoned, for country In behnlf of economy there drilled holes through tho otitcr door of ee business on b gold basis, and that connlderntlon of the Heey what of their moral force because of It was against them especially that the Horss will bo no mltlgntlon of the evils the vnult, and with u charge of powder 8 Rouble standard, with tho exception school text book bill was resumed and pushed the very lurgo abstention of voters in lopular verdict was rendered. Mr WhliaVer, of Covington, plead-- i of extravagance, lly Interesting them blew out tho time lock which hnd been el a very modified form, does not exist toafln'sh. v It was urged by New mills nnd factories will be erectthe smendmsnt he oSercd an Friday, r.cr all the states. you create new motitcs tending to fru set to open on Monday morning. Instdo tlea in thoso countries professing to d forlhaproWrtons of this bill should not apply the sv porters of the administration ed in abundance by enterprising, finanthat gality. A fair, Judicious, wholesome this was a steel door to the burglar-proo- f py In cither metal. Whatever nnd men. to tbo adcp'lon no la force, with five years that while this abstention might be cially sound income tax will do this as nothing else agreement should be made, and yet to run He contended this would be In vio- heli" to ndlcate a lack of positive cn- - Those who do not belong to this class compartment. Tho only money can. Such a tax will bo wholesome, known to be outslda of this door was whatever ratio should bo established, lation of a contract made with Its constituted thui.t-for the president nnd his pol- must be left to nurse their soro head, authorities, the State Iloard of Education. Tbe liccause It will Interest tho very men to $300. rold slono will always be chosen as tho hoLse could not eee It that way, and the amend- icies, it did not signify absolute dis- and get such comfort ns they may out demand a frugal expenditure of tho They used dynamlto to affect an en- tovorito medium of settllntr large debts, ment received but one vote. Mr. tVhttaker approval of them, and It was confident- of charging upon Cleveland the effects public money w ho aro now arrayed on trance through tho second door. They cr making large remittances. It would fired a Parthian arrow ns he fell back defeated. ly predicted that In 1892, when a full of their own deficiencies. Albany Artho sldo of oxtrarngance. I do not must have used a terrific charge, for tho to impossible to remit largo sums of In the shapo of a constitutional clause, which, vote would be registered, the verdict of gus. void. A would reader think that wo should levy an Income heavy steel door was so completely silver nbrood, owing to tho bulk. Gold he held, was then made the bill noil and the vote 1S90 would be rccrscd. Well, the full to reoensWer motion tax to pay the pension bills or any other blown to pieces that not even a would lo sentcvenlflthad to bo bought by which the amendment to strike out the vote has been polled by far the largest d SG& special expenditures, but that it should emergency clause was defeated. The metlea In the history of the country and the st a premium. piece of it had been found. be levied as a fair and equitable means carried, and, should tbe bill pass the seaate verdict of 1890, Instead of being reReferring to the depreciation of silThis gave the burglars access to all of raising money to pay a portion of tho money which tho bank had In cir- ver, he said In addition: ' Germany's and become a law, It will not go Into effect l versed, has been reaffirmed and made ninety dais after the adjournment of the govthe general cost of operating the more emphatic. culation on Saturday and the de- action in 1S73, and tho action of Italy, present funeral assembly. ern mcnU The causes of the unpopularity of posits of merchants on that day be- Kussla and of Austria In amassing gold, Mr Holinan does not think tho navy ing unusually heavy, (13,030 Is con- Is conclusive proof of tho appreciation nre not far M. P. Yoi'so, who was picked up on the Harrison administration will got much show this session and sidered ns a low estimate of what they of great European countries of the proved so tho road near Franklin, died the other to seek, and that they have snjs thai diplomacy is our weapon of got On the floor of tho bank were left of a gold standard. I can not night. Ho nover spoko after he was potent speaks well for the moral standwar and adds: ards as well ns for tho Intelligence and several sticks of dynamite and a num- deplore the nbility of Indian exporters "Wo do not need a navy. A largo ber of toots, showing that the men to send wheat to England simpiy be- found. It Is thought now that he was patriotism of the American people. drugged and robbed. nary Is dangerous. Diplomacy is our went off In a hurry. It was learned cause it Interferes with the llrltlsh begati its existence Tiik body ot Miss Rcbocca Hnrdlson The administration weapon. that four suspicious looking characters farmer. I hold that wheat nt 3Js In- was found burned to a crisp at her under a cloud. Mr. Harrison emed his Mr. Ilolman does not think nn extra had been seen in town on Saturday af- stead ot 45s Is a blessing rather than election not to the unpurchased sufsession necessary, and sums up to his ternoon and evening who were total otherwise. However, I think that the homo near 111 no Art, In Muhlenberg frages ot the people but to bribery and idea of whnt Is needed ns follows: "I strangers. Two were old men nnd two fall In the price of certain commodities county, at a lato hour the other night corruption of the most flagrant descriponly, except were apparently about 20. Ono of them Is duo to overproduction, chiefly owing She was 3 years of age, and had llrvl tion Ho obtained tho presidency In favor a tariff for ron l4 sugar, which should be on tho frco list; bought n large quantity of putty Just to tho development of new regions, and tho lifo of a recluse since 1823, when 1SSS only through tho lavish and cor- iMTcniso ipesioi iiatii -- noosTKtis Republic St Louis was disappointed In a love affair. a radical reduction In public expendi- before dark, and this was used to the Increased facilities of communi- she clothing probably ignited while she rupt expenditure of money, extorted tures and tho passage of n wholesome with PARAGRAPHIC tho deaden cation, enabling products to be placed Her kindling n firo and sho was too from the tariff rings uud other plutoPOINTERS. dynamlto to was income, tax law." cratic combines organized to prey upon tha sound. Leaving tho bank the st low prices In European markets. feeble to call for aid. You can buy some of the states the national treasury ant to despoil burglars went to tho house of Mr. Apart from other considerations it Tiik engagement is announced of the people of thelrsubstance. He him- sometimes, but you caunot buy all the Joseph Steele and stole a carriage and seems to me that n universal arrange CHICAGO'S UIOHWAYMAN. so self inspired nud cooperated in the states, all the time Charleston News a team ot horses, with which theymsdu ment of the currency question is tinpos- - Count Lrnest iUU.vipn..,;rncwjdierAfljnd a.rlUtbl? Aa the, wealth, resources nnd ex officer in tho First Uhlan guards, and raising of this money, nnd to n great Courier. 4ittr s Ml.rrvn aiul KVn'2uI'chi, Mtas xxtsssv directed Its disbursement. With When James G. Illaiue smashed irncrii uicra &s lar as mo uuirauKcn inaftlltf f Siiria "rt1 ri4asSM.arrsv nji' isnttnf'tiisa b. n r MiNdH' Peters, of Louisville w msiilk , v i vui Ciiicaoo, Nov. Tho mounted rauroau unogo over mo stat Missouri river Hke, It will be Impossible to carry on Peters will spend tho winter in Berlin all of this outlaj- - he did not receive a his hut in the senate finance committee ., htghwnyman who created trouble at at Kansas City, where the horses were tho trado of the world on a sound, with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. majority nor even a plurality of the rooms over the McKlnley tariff he tho north end of the city last week has found In nn nlmost dying condition. ,tuble basis if the debtor was allowed Rkv. W. F. I'Anen, niue years pastor popular veto, lln was in an actual mi- smashed the republican party with it Albany Argus. transferred himself to Clyde, Herwyn having been driven furiously. Hero nlj ,llc option of paying in whichever of the West field Presbyterian church, nority of o5,03l on the popular vote e To catch the farmer vote of Ohio and Kivcnddo suburbs, In the southof the men was lost, but the offl- - reney fcuttea i,m. Although I hopo I has resigned, and is a candidate for the aud fell VG.4SI beloiv Cleveland. He ministry in the Kplsoopsllan church. was therefore a minority president, not an almost prohibitive tariff wns placed western part of Chicago. Out there clnls of Kansas City aro working on the i j,aT0 ki,own that Is impos tho lono bandit has taken comonly In the sense that he hnd failed to on wool, but even the farmers have besible in Lnglnnd, the question arises Ho is of tho Dr. llriggs school. plete possession of the roads, and At Louisville Casper Verick went to receive a majority of the popular vote come tired of having protected wool IMMENSE SCHEMES. hcthcr or not it is possible to extend the poverty smites every man who get a license to marry Maglo Prultt but that his leading competitor had pulled over their eyes N. Y. Herald. It ..V,i' n ma et " ". " """IT"' 1 fi.rtliiir meets him. Monday the pollco met ltllirr In II. Unlit ti llrvelnn PrnMer. 'a ' nn" lls disastrous consequences, Whllo ho was out she eloped with Aden received a plurality He was the offThe statement that Mr. Clevellet him, and hu rubWd thu ollco. Monday II. Coombs and married him. This is icial product of money and not the land has refused to pledge himself, now Ciiicaoo, Nov. Campbell, "hereof Ills Impossible to foresee, I the second time Casper lias been fooled. choice of the people. boy, nnd met a morning he made "with such a flourish, Is not news ub'l1 tho proposal, not ns nn made him glvo up fifty cents. Then hu of Ohio; Wm. Allen, It. .1. Deanne, Ar- - h"oro lasting remedy, but as n pal- The catalogue of Mr. Harrison's of- to the country. It nominated and Mits. Ciiahmk McKr.VAl.v, colored, of lte. came in contact with nnother boy, who thnrll. Townsend, George Greene, all Iiatlon. Hopkinsvlllr, gavo birth to triplets the fenses as president is a long one. Whcu elected him because It knew he vas lv- Jnlin If..!.- - t w UVn. .... . . t... nt . . . "" did not baton cent, and ho allowed this nt V..W Ynrlt .. position upon "If you approve tho plan," said Mr. other day, which are living nnd doing he bestowed a cabinet reward for the not n pledging man. St Louis Repubining, and Chas. J. Ilarues, of Chicago, youngster to go after turning his pocklic. Wanamaker as a Sunday formed themselves Into a com- I'othscliild, "you enn make a supple- well. About two years ago the saint) John services In raising a corruption ets Inside out. Next J. M. Meyers, ol Thomas C Piatt was a greater pany, with n capital of 1,000,000, for ment to It In nny wny you think proper woman gave birth to twins, makings tatter's 400.000 for use iu securing his success tho town of Lyons paid two dollnrs for fund of as n prophet than he was as a tho development of n vast quantity of before submitting It to your govern- record of five children in less than two own election, he scandalized the coun- boss. Ho lost eight state campaigns In tho privilege to keep on living. property In various portions of Wyo- ments. I think that such an nrrangc-incn- t yenrs. the notorious Sellers and l'redcrlck Crow, ot Cur Marshal James I). Tayloti shot try. When he called had long been succession to the democrats. We then will glvo general satisfaction. I a ming. Tho object of tho company as deup behind drovo Uiterstde, Stephen II. Llkinswho said that Harrison could not carry New by the agreement and articles of belieto that our American ft lends will and fatally wounded Win. Powers, at horseman whom they had never clared Powers notorious s a jobber and a Iniodler, to York and hit tho bull's eye N. Y". I sec no objection to llustonville, Lincoln county. nre to build two railroads Cud it acceptable. and seen before, it cost them Incorporation, r in and another young rufllan, named Con- his cabinet, he repeated this olfense. World. lieinc made n f1.50. Thu robber wheeled his horso to develop tho soda Inkcs, which arc kuier Tho latest advices concerning Knglnnd up to five pounds. I believe rad Russell, from Junction City, went When he turned the census bureau II. Porter's anacross tho road In front of them, nnd owned by Mr. weir, nnd aro producing Mr. Cleveland's cabinet make it reasonproposal will be well received to llustonville, both being drunk and over to u man of Robert compelled them to glvo up what they every kind of soda for w hlch usn nn !,. that the Tho full license to pervert ably certain that It will contain neither Iudia. of tho population very disorderly. After insulting n num- tecedents with had by threatening them with a re- found; the Irrigation of aixty thousand in ill recognize bulk no material alter- ber of people they became very threat- It from its legitimate uses to thoso of a u Wanamaker nor nn Klklns. That u that ICecfe, n policeman, nnd acres of land; tho opening up of ten he put such n fel- ought to satisfy the republican cabinet volver. John is sucirestcd. while tho merchants ening and went up into tho main part party miich'tie, when head of makers for a little while. Indianapolis tho next to meet thousand ncres of coal nnd six thousand ation Wllllum Ityan, were 1 will know that the ex of tho town w hore thoy mot the of- low as Green II Raum at the trouble. Ityan lost $1.00, but ho would acres of Iron land. One railroad, Hn bankers They were coming down tho pension buicau and retained him Seutlnol. which a survev lins nlromlv changes are given n stability which will ficer. of have lost more If ho had hod It. Keefe Oue of the president's organs anshouting when Marshal after his incompetency and dishonesty undisturbed during a period tho street revealed; when he conhod no money, but hu lost his revolver been made, will run from Caspor nounces that it any bill admitting wool ,iv0 I'nstnblo exchungc, Will Taylor stepped out of a had been fully to Hiinna, a distance of 129 miles. and his reputation, which was all ho ferred nn important ofllcial position free comes before him: "He will send Winwith a thirty-eigh- t Its course will bo through thel,uorc t,inn depreciation of the rupee, store-roocarried with him at tho time. upon a criminal like "Dave" Martin in valley of tho Sweetwater. The other " th- cllicf fnctor of eomphlnt In chester rlllo In his hand Ho halted Philadelphia nnd "recognized" in n to congress a stinging veto of It." This is n mistake. The president's sting road wl'.l run from Johnston to theiln,'ia- - 'rho Rokl market will aKo K them and ordered them to surrender, manner such diameters as L was extracted on the bth inst llrook-ly- n rstally Wound til In a Duel. crossing of tho Northern Paclflo and! relieved, ns only Huropean appeals will when Pow ors pulleel a gun nnd would similar II. Nebekcr nm Kerchevel nnd Henry Lagle. Kva.nsvii.i.k, Ind, Nov. 29. Officer tho ltig Horn rlver,n distance of threo, b0 mni,e thereto for n long time, and us have shot the officer down In cold MaoFarlanrt in Indiana, Mr. Harrison Michael Kolly, of tho police force, re hundred miles. Tho land to bo Irrlgat It is worse thnn silly, and adds to "th Africa is Increasing her output of blood had ho not quickly fired on Pow- advertised himself as unmindful of tho g celved a message Monday evening cd Is contigious to Johnston The coal PolJ- - tho arrangement suggested will ers, and then ejecting the empty shell prop! rues of his high office--, aud ren- tho sting of defeat, to attribute the rehim to tho bedside of his and iron lnnds aro in tha Seminole vnl- enable Itussia and Austria to completo from his rifle covered Russell. The latmen, publican defeat to any cause but tbe brother, John Kelly, nt Kranclsco, lud. ley, west of tho Platte river. Thewholo purchases without unduly Interfering ter threw up his hands and surrendered dered it impossible for honest spirit right one 'It Is a verdict against the Mcw ere not blinded by party Klnley tariff bill; the. issue was fairly The only particulars learned were that cost Involved wilt bo nbout m.OOO.OOO with the money irfarket. If tho confer and wns lodged In jalL At the crnck of who personal partiality, to retain faith Louis Wntklns, nt tho lowest posslblo estimate. Tho enco adjourns without having Monday nfternoon, the rifio Powers fell mortally wounded, or him, however much they may hnve before the people aud they have cony In a colored man, nnd John Kelly fought demued it. liuft'alo Commercial. r railroad will bo finished in'eomplished nny definite result, It will tho ball having ponotratcd his abdomen u duel with repeating shotguns. Kelly's ntxiut a year, and tho remaining work cnuso n 'aU in s,lvcr frightful to con-wi- near tho nnvel. On Powers' body were desired to do so. This Is a democratic viotory not prostitution of the Aside from his gun missed fire, and Wntklns fired n load bo brought to a. termination as. template. It will cause n monetary found two 'pistols, besides tho one ho patronajre to the service of his own to go wild over, but to seriously and ' panic, of which It Is imposslblo to fore- - drew on tho officer. Kelly's bowels. of buckshot Into Iloth speedily ns possible. as putting an end Interests and of the supposed interests joyously contemplate men were drinking. Tho wounded man effects, tcU lh, Nkws reached Oivcnsboro the other of his party Mr Hnrrlson flew in the to prostitution of the powers of tho Attrmpt T Wreck Tr.lr. can notjycover. "l ' Iwcnuso t ho ccssa-tem- dny of the totnl destruction by fire of face of enlightened publlo opinion federal government by the republican Lima, a, Nov. 2S.- -A dastanlly at-- ' tIon f h? '"'''".''ciimnd for silver or a the village of White Plains, on the N. when lie Identified his administration pflity to the end of building up a priviwas made to wreck south-bounleged and "protective" class a BiglejrWUl riesd Insanity. n.isMMircr train No. 1. due on the Clt.cln. . mawriai ueci no in uio rupee, owmgio N. and M. V. railroad, in Hopkins coun- with McKiuleyisin and the wicked upon the necks of tho produclegislation, would miterinlly ty. Tho fire started In a vacant store- force hi, It was the habit of repubDavkm'oiit, la., Nov. 20. Tho lino of nail, Hamilton it Dayton road nt Llinu, defense of Oca I. Hngley, who robbed nt V;20a. in. Suturday, Whllespeeillng nITect not Only the savings, ol hunuruUs room at 10 o'clock In the morning. lican frgnns and orator In tho recent ing und consuming millions tho de u nion. the United States Express Co. of along Just north of Lima tho train of millions ot people, but the vnluu ot Light buildings wcro burned before the coin Mtirn to euloglre his administra mocracy. Rochester I therefore hope for fire was got under control. The depot. Renewed confidence In the busiis tolerably certain to bo insanity. crashed Into a pile of tics which had silver generally. tion .s a "clean" one, nnd to claim Judge llotherock, of tho Iowa supremo been plnced ocross the rails. The engi- your ultimata approval, a, although which contained n lnrge amount of i lie democratic press nnd the dem- - ness tact and sound judgmentof (trover court, has set that movement well on neer did not discover tho obstruction In It may lie urged that countries uot so freight for tho country towns around ocrn'io speakers admitted It to be such. Cleveland is given us a reason for the foot, attorneys are collecting nil postimo to stop, but fortunately the pilot Interested ns Kngland and India nre Whlto Plains, n church, four store- Not wj; could have beeu farther from sudden and wonderful advance in the sible cvldenca in that direction. ling-le- y hurled them clear of the rails, and the expected to make sacrifices,. I yet be- rooms, u doctor's olllco and one resi- th 'acts. While It Is true that. In price of grain. The farmer tanjgsnk was to have been called to plcnd train came safely on to Limn. The lies lieve that what Is best for tho world dence were burned. Hut few of tho cons lerutlon of tho president's sad do- on Gniver Cleveland and his principles Mondny, but this has been deferred till wcio plnced on the track with the In- generally must prove best for Individual contents of tiny of tho buildings were mestic affliction, the spokesmen of the and policy. Tho advance la the price Interests." Thursday. democratic party, through the piess! of stocks und cereals gives tho lie to saved. tention of wrecking the train. aud on tho stump, treated his adminis tho calamity nowiers wno prcun-ieIs fulfillment of n bargain Jerry ' Rots and HeLuckle Burreuder to the 8arI0r. Little llnrileii'a L'liiincea. The C'arollnit lln ik Tm Cute, regime. u hotel keeper nt Sparta, shot tration nnd himself personally with eternal ruin under the new I 'a., riTTSiiritoii, Nov. 20. Hugh Tavnto.v, Mnu., Nov. 88. The imCol.uiiWA, S. C, Nov, 23. Senator and killed Roberts forbearance during the cam- Toledo Ree. colored man Itoss and John MoLuckie, pression prevails Hint tho grand Jury Out of the geiierul wreck of the tho Homestead strike leaders who have will not Indict LIio Ilorden for tho r.vniis, In lender of tho administration Constantine loaned Roberts JlO some paign, nnd confined themselves chtelly the legislature, Monday intro- weeks ago, telling him th.it If It was t tne great issues of tariff reform and g. o. p. one fragment Is saved: The lioen missing ever slnco tho charges of murderof her father, Andrew llorilen, forces the cIToct of not paid on Thanksgiving day his life an j It Is not true legislature of Pennsylvania Is repub-lleamurder and treason were preferred but the public Is no more certain of this duced In the senate a bill tho which will Iks to Interpret statutes would be tho forfeit. It was not paid tli.it thiy certified to the cleanness and by u majority of eighty on joint ngulnst them, returned to tho city Monthan It was when the first case went according to tho view taken by general excellence of his uduilnlstra-tt"i- i ballot, and Quay will bo returned to and Constantino kept his word. inday mid surrendered to tho sheriff. Into tho hands of tho Jury, only by tho Tillman administration last spring There have been some redeem- the United States senate. Tbe result Jamkh Wi.s.n, while ussUtlng1 In the ference, sinco no member of that hotly in tho hank tux case, which was Quay Is The Hiw Peruvian Minister. celebration of tho democratic victory ut ing features In Mr, Harrison's record is appropriate and significant It ono of the chief Issues of tho recent has expressed himself in any wn He VAi.i'Aiuibo, Nov. 29. Tho appointRice Station, held a can of powder In us president, but they have not been the ripe fruit of republicanism. rt allies ment of Ciinavcro, by Peru, as minister is felt tliut tho attorney generalconcern- state canvass between Uov. Tillman and h's hand. Tho powder exploded, blow- mm.erous or Important. Ills official ought to be saved if all else Is lost If his opponents. There nre sensational ing Ixith of his eyes out nnd probubly mm, I us u whole hns been very bad, It were only for tho sake of preserving to tho United States is regarded by thut It would bo hotter for nil Chilian olllclnls as an nttempt on the ed to make no error of judgment now, featurts attached to tho bill virtually fatally burning him. mid licn the country, on Tuesday, rethe wimple Iu a senate which will part of Peru to endeavor to enlist tho oven nt the risk of conjuring up f.ilso Declaring that tho supremo court's Inpudiated the force bill und the McKin-le- i soon be democratic, this relic of the Tiimik nre already nine plnce Miss llorilen and s sympathy of tho United States to pro- - nppeainnees wheretosho will not 1h be- terpretation of tho law wns capricious for tho post olTlcc nt Dover. applicants iaw, nnd condemned the follies uud rule of political corruption and The Job In u position llostou , i.iiio of thu bllllou-dollu- r congress, will bo conspicuous. vuut any dispute, with Culll. and political. yond the reach of Justice. pays t ."V00 per year. oltlxen il u so placed ths seal of Its emphatic Post. Money for Sell I'o.Ih;-JomiA.v Mim:ii, n Ivrnlurkj'n milrl.il I'lgurrt Emigrants Compelled to Swear, administration of Stuffed or utistuffed, Mr. CleveWashington, Nov. so. The court of of Anderson county, tho fnther of Dup-ut- d ii'.iiiiln II upon thobecause of its bud I'liAMUonr, Ky Nov. SS. Tue last Qukk.nsiown, Nov. 20. In accordnnco unison land is ti prophet who bus led his peoMicrllY Joel Muner, was run down l!i came claims gave u decision favorable to tho with tho new emigration laws of tho election returns from tho counties r ii and Its low morul stundnrds. ple out of the land of bondage, and Pacific Mall Steamship Co. in its suit by the work train ou n trcstlo two United States, all of the emigrants to the secretary of state's nlll v? Ioee Is, In the Ignominious fullttre of who piomises to guide their steps until miles from that place tho other mornI elecagainst tho United States to recover Tho figures show for the t levelan booked for passage In tho Cunard steamhis efforts to secure a reelection by they shall havo entered a land In republican, I UO; 1178,653 additional compensation for tho ing. He was thrown to the ground, a such methods us he has employed to which the. good things of the world 174'.'I; ship Auranla took an oath before a tors dlstnnco of forty feet, and Instantly magistrate Monday that they were go- people's party electors, 23.5J.1; prohibi- conveyance from October b, lb75, to that end, n pregnant lesson for pol- shull lio more equitably distributed so tion electorr, 0.3S5 a total vote of 310,- - September 20, lbS5, of malls "Prom San killed. All tho back part of his head iticians of every variety, which the far ns thut equity depends upon'honest ing to join relatives in America. was torn away! Francisco to New Zealand, Now South 7I1A guild will do well t J heed and prudent udm nlstration. As In the Illfl.Y lll'M.I.NO, who killed Hal Dent whole Wales, Queensland nnd Victoria othBlaine anting Along Nicely. (lov, lliu.rll'. riunitlly, past, he now piomises nothing which In Cnrrio Martin's mnlsonde jole, LouisNov. 29. James 0. Wasiiinoton, of atllOMOV, Nov. 28. The recount at the erwise tho Australian Colonies" upon -- The republicans may still stick to to wise men seems Imposslblo hall or nccjultcd on grounds of IIIiiliu, Jr., said Monday evening: tluougli ruin, state house shows Uov. Win. 1!. ISusm'U thu ground that the company has not ville, was it ti nt the tariff is not u tux, but they tainment, und "Pather Is doing nicely. Hu win. up Is elect e I w llli :i plurality of : .'. i The bevn paid the full sea postage on tho he may bo i died upon to do the lln. CiiA". lliiv.v.v has been appointed do not deny thut it Is u heavy burden shine ignin y and moving thu plurality nf linger Wolcott, remiblioan, letters, nud has Ik'oii paid nothing on full duty of a mini Just, wU.it, sliivvw Courier-JuiuuiiLouisville 1'ivslcu-tmrir- . in a campaign. surgeon ut room. We mo ery inuuli pleased nlth for licuiciiiitit-giiVYiiinoier .'ilium's P. the other ui't'eles contained in the iiialU pension e.Miniiiilnir uuui. ll.tllliuiHC New. , referred t" the progres of hlr, iccovory.'' fairoll, dtfiiocrut, Is 'J Ml. llrotifflr iHVornl tnsn Tarlir lor Sugar, Uy cf AUu-laUlr. CO.-Mr. 's iej ii 'aSaY CALL AND SEE US. IRRESPONSIBLE CARPERS. QUIET. c i:.e. oc-tlt- o . latest-approve- d -- s. e. - . .j ' :a ni t,r,h T s, vle-,?'l- 1 nat-ursl- ly " al self-relia- good-size- ns-ti- 3J$A tleorge-Gerscdo- rff, bt !. t swv -- . cur-trac- kll-n- - 4 "-- r. 1 1 -Oo't. b Trcd-erie- k local-tende- I ! ! "'" - J"- it w - ." I ll . d I '" pt y, $100,-00- - a at u shame-lessncs- . well-know- n y l. i J I" V JlLjlftlJlltb9&dJUiMFlJjlt Cisfcrjfttfcawlla-iam- . rarSsK3u&HS!miiW!959Hfi!isT & taJs, lafirtaffSfl .sua t S5-Z- L V - r. i." r - - , .f-r. I- S !rr9Tfsr. iiMBBbk, t i , v -. - i i a IT V0H i "i ii f II mammmMmmmmt-n.'- h . . Ti . .-- h,. .. , . . , '... , U'iftmrj.-aeijs.-'yr.- - i - e A. S. "ROSEDALE, Artistic Photogrnplior, nl Campbell's M .M Will l QUI IWW Stand. i 4B1 R25ftE! LAND HAS TRIUMPHED iViKENLEY PBBCfS CLEA fa T HE TRACK! KNOCgfii sbe lll'lW,n Good Work Guaranteed. Visitors arc welcomed. Call and examine work. 4;W OUT! Boots, Heavy Shoes, Woolen Dress Goods, Flannels, And I will make n deduction of o to 10 per cent, on all Winter Goods, Heavy Clothing, Overcoats, Blankets, Comforts, and many things too numerous to mention. Wool Hosiery, Wool Hats, Wool Jeans, Pant Goods, Lap llobes, Rubber Overshoes, Boots and Coats, Woolen Underwear, advantages offered in this HARVEST OF BARGAINS. I mean exactly what I say ! Comc right along arid get the CITY PRIMARY ELECTION.' w g pern-ocrnt- SE THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., ah IHl'OHTAXT NU1T. IM Hickman Courier, n Democratic Cliib. rt call through tlio rilsr ltr, large number of Wfro llrown, nw On Tuesday night last, in com- jSim.atiat.B . citizens of Hickman, mot hj U. . lloironiii, Dnirslil. DKO. isou pllnnco with tt petition signed by FRIDAY, of Ihe lH two rgnlr 1h nlnnt In City Hall, on Tucailuy etc liup, failurah Srwa. pprod nJ tlgntJ. more tlmn loO Democratic nters' The Farmers ami Laborers' Un 20th nit., for the purpose i f or- - muling. wre ACCOUSTl AtUIWlO, una nieti a auifgnuiiUig thomselrcn Into a eino- I Taylor, ion oi lveiitncRy of llicktnnii, Mr. W Tif fotlowlnj Kcootint wr .1. ..1..I. nn.l tnm t tin .fenai.f.r nroptrl; (iprnrrl, which, on raoiion, wtrt Chnirma.oL the Qotinty Or.M.n.11. ' I.. tt.n Ht.Mnr.Awo flr.t.rt nl T.fttlia. ' allnwnl, antlcbrcli orlrrtJ lnurO for III. ,oiilleil vllle against tha Niitlonal Union purpose of limiting nrrnngqrnonta HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. I.I mouiiti: ,miHTii.i..,.U)ugi, i:.mr,ir Kjj'jrrmn to oniern my "nii.ior me Company anil the Hank or Louis- l0 select cnndldntea ror.'inyor K II. Klliion.ln.nr.nrtoneltjhxll $H)0.1 complying with the vllle. 1II0KMANVKY. CLINTON STKKUT, 00 nnd Counclln.cn of the fly of II. K K)n, for I tttti, - l,ur',0B0 of I fiO II. II. Hirrl, upeeUI rnllemn, Tho suit is the outgrowth of an Hickman for the veal 1S03,1 n.ra'ln... in t,i. nUrkd i - request of enhl siRiiers, 1. c., to I M JtTI?,33B I medicine organize a permanent Doinneratic agreement between the ! .inner Tho. Dil'ou, jr., aprelal pollo.mnn, OOOT3S IDEXjIVEIBXD T0 ineeH(r w9 ,.UC(, t'n1er W. T. Ilueknrr, np.eUI potleentu, IM ni r Lim.1i.. .rorCntio. L'olda ,,1 Uborcra' Union anil the Na- SO Wm. pUI xtlcfmn, Croup." V " - "O'comoe, club to net tosctuer In all inuuici- - tioi.nl Union Company by vniich ' I .'.--- ' ll ai"Vf 60 '. ." ...J.V., tn,nitn of Tlia ('rt enlrr,.pielnl potlrrraan, Koitr, jr. pal political matters. The official" ,,, t0 lh0 attor IOoniity Dciiioonitin Commttee, lhe former 'Ma w Hlghrat Market Price will ho Paid for Ileef Cuttle. EtCCTItIC L.lllltJ, ir MB ler 'JViinesseo miners are of the meeting are n,0 etores and anone-ieproceedings JVttti cf the of tho who stated tho on Vtr War J. nnl The Commit! iigain anil Uen. An-- rriuteil elsewhere, ami in sub Order owned by it iu Kentucky restless Rl.airic I.i:t t oritln.inet, rfpnrlcl lb meeting. .i'- Worson is strengthening the HaS.1 folliwltit i.iiti lo txch.rittl conuori stnnre were: A primarjr election nn October 10. 1891. Tho plain-: Judge A. I). Kiugin in w.is rrisons at Coal Creek anil Oliver nj rlrelrie lihi. for w.irr therefor thirty sec- i. .... ,1 - ',,:, ir..ii ,. m..uu'. tiff received...... ... . Springs. The- miners, it is bo u in .... i.ui.ii.. Pitr .......,..., and J. 0. Wearn, n...l .1. !... un rot wiTK, r y4ii. . I .iii.i iicuvii.uiu I,,l., f ilHl o..l. i i i i .1 uuimrtut ;mh .1 it i.i.i, iiexcn.iniM ucun org inmiK incut - iiiij, . in. ucixtcu me iiuniBThe ,)nU(,8 wcr tf muturoln i.in Dwtlllnfi, pri'ir, I rooms or Un,$ 0 01 tIlr 11' Krll' "') Kiel) & eel ve mora oflectvely of lato and f 1 p. m. and 0 p. m.. to select a ly years during which time a semi On motion tho Chnirmin np llnu.e, Jltldiial ruooi, ' l) 0 J! f.mllln, tu )ii uf..i infi tu utiiii lu.i.u.u tlio Demucrnlie nomiiico for Slayor monthly dividend of six per cent. ? J4)M W pointed the following as u ex- It Hb tutu itr, JSrfJiv-,',- TUfflMSa convicts. o bo p.iid. All the bonds, I! Ot and nominees for Conncilmen. i7 r"--m. ...-- . v .l.MlV htrf, DKALKKS IX ecuuvo committee for tho i nu of IUrbr hop . ' MOiwt r' i am ngrpenien s between 0 U1 cbalr - contracts Tub official vote of Kentncln ...-..,.- . who will i.i...iA him0. y.nsh ,.llilonl choir, - M 1m (lei,0f,Ue(, , t(0 l0 V2 months: II. Buchanan, shows n decrease of over 0,000 self to support the nominees and 10 0.) M tuN IUll. f Louisville, and for that Johnson. Chns. Haltzer. K.UAl- - lliblnvlihiionl lul, from IIIV vote of lbS8, which IIIUI ' 5 00 Eeli wi" s,n ,I,e ro" of niembership reason the bank is made n defend - cinder mid Tom Dillon, sr. 0 00 liOHccnnutedlor bj the fact that lll.c!.uiilli hnp out firt, 'J CO nnder the now voting sjstemjon the day of the primary dec- nut to Ihe suit. On motion it was dccidt.l to Keh .ililliil tlrp. lliiil.llri!? niirpo.rs llrlek work. Ur claims that he de ' , . tL l ,0 many bnllots were thrown out and tion, or preiions thereto, Is en-as a lirinmrv election " COWOILL'3 S7B SALVE. 2 00 tn.nw) or Im, many suflrngists declined to vote litloil l0 .."" !!?H.!!!"rJ5 .?". V 1 J. to. ' 10 b'acli .JJiliotnl (KH t, v. ' u. "- . - ; ,.,,,, ,. The tickets are,i.lolurco '" " ,,.,. nil. Tho result shows, how- - , at SuM-MaT For Nruralflt ,DI Hl.fumati.m, lo iprcl.l rttn Slone m v remove iroui me ,ino people in seiecutig cunqiaies "k" ... ... now JO ever, a handsome net Democratic " i r prch, ionr CJTTGILL'S WSAGZL OIL. '2 AO iop, ine worns "ncniocrauc iick- - oiaie wuuoui leaving ei")!iC" for city offices gain, which is indeed gratifying. 1'U.lrriBt. CfO'tnkr. TtrJ.or le, fHf. W. W r .rt tl entJf. of llata. Mlt8m aii n rmllnr at e''lf 30 Kah ail lillool llH) ur rrili, io,uu el" unuernealli. then tno printed prupeny io aausiy me On motion it is ordered Oat a lliolt, otUc, lffilD; Kor Pit. a, trr, . I. be. at ... tim..ir Choir i. Hookora, Tnhlo'i, Curoauh Wn6txiiiJ-.-: , wuich l .0,vrea. t0 Pjulnliff. The rootni, Iwo electors as- words "ForMavor" The Presidential .., ! . .. SiiriiiRb, Bto . ,. primary election beheld, atuitr 0 00 room, or """ u blank WordroboE. cnam&or 3ots, on.Mn It. Il.n ... MWOILL'S PILS OIliTLSZKT. Rll.,' 1M u. a .n.l an. t.vnu.ird. M) prlr.. to b th. U. r.ich capitals the second Monday in llll "P wl,icI" wri,e lbe nauie intention of defrauding creditors, hall, on Tuesday, Dec. 11!, botteen Drtin il lillonl room, C 00 UililPrSakar' Ottfrn anl dl.oonal U MnUUoCj Id UU f torra, the hours of 1 and 0 o'clock in., Soil founialnt ST For Tetter anJ ltlntworn, January, which is the Dili day of 'or wl,om you wish to vote, nndnd tho plaintiff prays lor an ' WcKl.a ana UiUl.lc llar. Cut. Hptel.l rale 'ta. IT. Mrrr a tare I limiilli. nnd will thru plm-- t then the iirinli'il wnriln. l,Fnr taliinniit nir.ilunt tlin ilnfnnil.ant for the pnrpose of selecting can iioivii, .ii room, or i?, .. ........ ...... .... ..... ..... ........... ... . v..v ..w. iu vu. COWQILL'S TSTrSE OINTMENT. .v. i ......v.. iru lUrini aaj Job Work a .p.elill. . II. i i r.acn Crovcr Cleveland President nnd Conncilmen and six blank lines "1 n8ka that all tho property of muP8 tor .Mayor and Counciiacn r..L (itiiion.ii ruqn. a. la Drtr Bliupa IqjrFor Wormi . Ihe National Union company be of t!,e City of Hickman for tho llttb tul't. ,,. ..., ,.,... Adlai Stevenson b oi) Iloinlinp liotKM, 6 roomi or lot, for the ensuing four years, com- "' r l,lnced in the hands of a receiver !.""18UJ, mid nt which elemon Kaoh ad lulonal room, 60 C07!S mencing March illi. 1893, nt 12 m. Councllmeii. Ihe tickets are to(nmi converted into money for the ,nl1 Democrats who will ph.lge lc crrain aaloon - tablet or C 00 or themselves to support the torn!. K.ch additional table, KA.HUVACTUnstt.'t Our State law names the let Wed- bo printed as above and deliver-- benefit of creditors. 60 sArsy.iCTios auARiSTkso Or Tilt: CKLBIlltATia t ritK JO.vwJ KKFl'.WXU. - nr la nees of said primary elcction,nd Lauoilrj 3 buli or 2) 00 FedniorL.i m nesday iu December, but the ii.. in..iinn Thn N'ntlniinl Ilnlnn cninnnnr 6 00 cli additional hand, . Maenrnnrntinn l'0 Shall have signed the nil of ... S rrun. ... eral law will rule. that irnn nrrmiilzw.t i . -For Sal ! the I'roprltlori oiera w, oo.a.n v' "."-",the club, will be entitled to ,oe .Manff nt.bllihuirnlt.ilrlnUns an 6 00 or lit, w.Mn .no ticket without the riin Tub rise in cotton during the liiein. iho tmiowing were nppo.'eil Kicb adililional ptriin, nn euorn)OI1, 8CJl,e t1D ,,,CJl 60 COWGILL & COWGILL.! past few weeks hns made tho vice thus printed will bo counted being to occupy State after State officers of said primary elctl on: lVlnllPit olbcrt(.lcam mcinr lira) U 1 .V It M A C I W T M. South nbout ilOO.OOOOOO better by the judges. Mr. J. II. Dodds.aiid nut up a store nt every It. K. Millet, clerk. I 6 fl n"n or lp, crotral KKrmjCKY. off than it was nt the middle nt J. II. Doddsaud W. A. Larson, rbotnur.ph room. cnrral On in, It) Oi) Hickman. : : trading point. This was W. A. Lnwson aretho lndtre.!lortaiit Itrtianranis, general uie, 6 00 lo 18 00 October. Anybody can figure it to be dono with tho nssistanco of judges. out for himself on the basis of a and K. C. Millet clerk uf the eleo the Farmers and Laborers' Union, On motion it is ordered that the Slablr., liTer;, feJ and iaU, and 15 01 wa.binf Tthldri, DR. L. P. BALTZEH, 7,000,000-balcrop and nn advance tiou. Irom the members of which or- voting be done by ballot, the tick, Cach hnr uw.l In .labia In addition In price from 7 cents a pound to ganization the conumny oxpooted, ets to bo printed, with a roller atabl., fe.il and oal, and waihlnf PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, , The Nrliool Hooka. 10 00 10 cents. Tho results to tho Sonth IfhlOl!, mainly, to get patmuago. The nn ii donee, nml imilor the : : : : kkntucky ;... 00 Hickman, i. ....... i rKel" rorncnuorw iipi, of the great Democratic victory i.. i...... lerllie It appears that the Legislature r.Z.-'...r,- .f .iFollowim. this the words "For cannot he so easily calculated ret, jSAvJLLriLsM ln( wa.liitii; flilctt, 3 00 OJi ,. bl. profeolonal ..mIcm I. lb. feo j VV hut they are north iu actual mon will settle satisfactorily the school Pfltufillahp,! uuuiciiMin afnron imim ' Mayor," llllll. II IlllerilCat ll this ft " " nnmornna niuir. ntop 00 . :. pleot llicknak and lelu!ly c.iiiumoiicu J r.aciiaiiiuonainorf. ...... .... v0rk korttacii, . . . ey vuluo many times 100,000,000 book war which was on uetween the State. There were several iu i I.lns.l. II... ..I....... .1.. .mci .i Si 00 Olnee, tor. of Jaekton anil Kenluck "' ." 00 9 2.'82 The remarkable announcement the Secretary of State and the the Purchase and one In this city. whom he wl- - es o rote ih. n the Fr pubii comes right on the heels of the other members of tho State Hoard. JIo8t..of ,08 in ,0. snrronn.l ng 00 recent Democratic victory that The present bill, which will be.lh0an,, ......... joiij n. (owoill, t. rn.'i cms. niLTZiK. rif.i. oJo'HI ."."Jr.ruli"" M' urancn a. mis place IB SUM . . , . t niiimifiurt nrprs nf Khodn J.lr I inlnnil and MflRsitihnsflttR imv. co"o " "w ninety uays nitertlio running. The news of tho suit mo voier can wrne me names oi g,0on.,.iclu.leof .treel w..hln lo 00 tfprlaklii.,; a.r..t and .id. -- .Ik bo of persons for Oouncilmen. raise tne wages oineir ilJounnnent. gives the County will -, somewhat iu the naturen... Sertliiort t Ull.aa Broa.1 uecitietuo win. ho.. 1.8 Inch noule, 5 .......... On motion it is ordered that tho ...a IMC aM aWft-yr- ' 2 60 oiieratives. ine increase win ihkoi oupi'riiiiriiueiiia uio ngni io leu front or leaf. """'"."" i..ii. i- .- i n..i...,. ...i..,.i a effect on December 5, and will loot Ihe book, to be used in their verell o the Ueirib.,l, 7m tJ 4 ?.r counties, and the State Snperln. ?. l.'" .,.' clerk or the election, Iron, whom . Tard or earden with llneklrii'a .irnlra aalto. the voters can obtain them on (he tendeut tho right to recommend i try going Tula, bo., per tuarc jar I, cent , Tin Fire, Life, Accident, lliu 'linnLn tlin maximum to rjruiao IlrsrSi.vc in the wor'a lor Fever nay OI e fCI Oil. s liiiiiieiHjtely after Mr. topn-Inno noixle larger Iban or ui cer.. Sh Ithenm motion Chairman an. an I ii u privileje In. than 2 60 Clevelamrs election. Somehow be chaarged by publishers to be" Sor- Tetter, chince-- Hn.U. CMIhUlm.L 0n . ail I? u iiuiiiirii or other these things don't bccm fixed. Tho new law will not co Corn., and all Skin Eruption., nnd tn.l on cnustititlion and ' iiiiiiiiiaiD Foiinlaln. not inor. lhan fi boura 15 A. 00 Tornado, &c. lively cure. Pile, or no pay require I. It day, a'cordlnf lo.lieof jal, 7 lo to consist. We offer the most Liberal Accommodation Solicits yonr business. Hpcolal into effect for nearly a ) ear iet. i guaranteed to kIto perfect attraction, A. Furls, A. V. Lindsay. W. P. llrtek Jard to our Customers Conrdntcnt with Established or money rehinilcd. Price 25 rent, per Taylor, K. S. Murrcll and George Wallni k.ar.et, omntbuim and ItKrunLiCAN papers, since the box. For aale by C. A. Uoteombe, Dru;-fl.- t. Warren. Hanking l'linclplcs. ? fS VK election, are filing numerous InThe Iln ii n or DlNtrivi. Total Aiiili of C.njuhi Erff;n:lii !f There being no further business, stances uhero capitalists were t'4Tr(, roa niEcratc contemplating the election of the club ndjourncd lo meet Wed-- , This, the old Gibraltcr District, Terms of Our uohts. Circuit Court. I........ evening, Dec. 13th, at 7 10 eandi power, all night, prraonih $1 20 large ma,uutnctuiing establish- alter carrying the Democratic Of 2Wndl power, all nighl, pr month I 40 do so now 11 ments, but decline to 'o'clock, or Subject to the call jU. I1ALTZKU, ll.T.TYI.F.lt, J. V. l'OWKI.h, K.11. IlltKVA 3m cani In pursuance of n call from the the executive committee. ,o"cr. an uifai, pr mninii . it sinco Cleveland is elected. If banner for moro than 30 years, is A. A. PARIS, W. A SHUtlv, J, W. COWGILL. 60 candla mrr, all night, pr month 2 60 this is true, and no one thinks it compelled to surrender that ban- - Carlisle bar, the representatives A. I). Kinoman, Ghiu'n. OVFICF. OVER HICKMAN nANK', 0) 10 can IU power, hall night, is, it only serves to show that tho ner to tho gallant and better or-- from tho different bars in tho now J. C. Wkaiin, Sec'y. 00 ISoamlle balr nlglil, more Ihin KENTUCKY. wily speculator does not expect gnnized Domocraey of the Louis- - First Judicial District met at 20 HICKMAN, liffht 'i'ln.nll.. I,.lf 10 Qsoi Looks. 2" can ll. half ntRht, more than 1, un honest government to go into CO District. Tho Into official'10" on Saturday. 20th Inst., nn.l 1.' eandl, bilf nijlit. lilit a partnership with him for the pur., agreed to a petition asking the ... 60 flond looki aro more lhan .kin d'T, .t2 cnndle, half niglil, more iban 1 i lllll I l'l III IIH show that Till v . .. !...... .1.. robbing an Innocent peopose nf !..l...... 05 iunu.viii; i.riniiuiii v hi ninvi ine r.ll. .!.. ilepeu ling u,ion n liealllr cmulition nf all ' 60 c.ndl half night, Hgbl 1 ple. This fact iilnue should com- won it by giving Cleveland the' 81 mora Iban tho bill regulating the Circuit the ilil organ. If the rr W. inaetl'c 60 candle, balf mend Iho Democracy to Iho When 6 or more light, are takan, a re largest majority. 'Iho tletrctlon Courts ns to tho tlmo of hnlllillL' 7" hae a UIIIoiih Look, if vour etomicb and If the manufacturer can't nf mnrn limn 1 000, nn.ntilln.1 InT'lllO nmirlsill tllO lllfTprilll uiiiiii- - ,,e Ut'opiereii you hae a Uvipeplio IiiK, Jnctlon of 5 per cent, will be male from If jour iri.i.... i.. alTrctrii you liai . above nriiva. If 10 or moro are taken, a make an honest iiiin '"''".'Sp A.iicl fersoniau Jncksonlan Third party tlef In tl.i District and tlin length Pinched Look Secure good bentlh and reduction of 10 per cent, will be ciude. Tc i , uais. nans, or anvin nc els of each term. All tho cnuutieH you will ba 200 looka Kleclric llltiefx hotel, and re.ldene.a, po" A WINKS out tho niti of iho Uorernmeut, Democrats forced tho surrender, wern represented at tho confer- la lie great alterutife and Totdcacla er Unlit, will he furniahed for bad rooiiia ntmnt! then he should do like others less 'and if it is any comfort to thoc ence: on theie ltt organ. Cure I'implua, an I dlnifif room, at t) eenla per month. i MHDIOINKS, Il'ntcbej, Holla and gl'ra a go'xl comeatabliahmente reAll manufacturing AD favored, fako his chances In some ' people in the humiliation of their ' llall.ird 1st Monday in January, plexion .Sulci at 0. A. Iloleouil).'. quiring any eonaider.ible nunitur of light, other business. STATION IJIU'.; great defeat, so be It. Hut, Dem- - 2 weeks; 3rd Monday in April, 2 60e. J"r bottle. will Iw given apeclal rt(a, the I'ily agree' LIQUORS ing lo wire the hull ling and furnl.h and CONQitESS, ni Us Inst session, ocrals of tho First District. we weeks; 2nd Monday in August, 3 . Mtfiticaciu FANCY GOODS vis-iA-..... i. maintain ili lainpa, exceiil thoae that may vfi i vrtmwwManr: r n Iteila's cornet Is on n tear, an bo brken hTi't ll) till II iru III1UIOI1 ui lOlimml l.nrn ll.ol l,..,,ar back in weeks. DITWKK.M con'timera will be required lo iw)MmWJ5mVhmmmmmmm SUNDRIES, World's Fair. It diiccled that IS'JO. Fulton 3rd Monday In January, awful tear, iu fact, it is on a most replica all lamp, dial may be broken, mmmfmmmWWkmmWimm MKDIOAL 2 weeks; 1st Monday iu May, 2 fearful astronomical tho appropriation should he paid jag. Tio PiyuifDl for liflita will be due on lha Louisville and Memphis, TAINTS, iu money made especially for thin wooUt 1st Monday in September,! most awful stories are told fT fir.t of moll mon lh, and if nol paid In 6 Tilts Mla! dCVclniHI. use. . wcnaa. purpose, nod should be composed WIH OILS, wnai ii nas iionoanii mayuo. uno daya their lii;lila valll be turned oil' with-ofurther iioliie of llvo millions of silver half dolHickman 1st Monday In Feb- - star gazer says it has already plit Cars The newspnpers that would On motion th report of the Committee Pullman Buffet Sleeping ruary, 2 weeks; 3rd Monthly In in two nnd eacli PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. lars, to be coined at the mint, with ro and to make Mr. Cleveland's cabinet and May, 2 weeks: Ith Monday in Sep- - than the original. pieco ia larger waa received nnd itnanimoii.ly ad ipl.d, a special design that should ys and lb committee granted further time T.oulMVll(,,3IMiiplilH, llntftn Another deal nut all the Federal appoint tember, 4 weeks. the four hundredth if it comes between this world for final report. llfUX, viicHiui-ir- . "lift of Iho discovery of ments complain now that he Is tho On motiou the Counoil adjourned. Carlisle 3rd Monday In Jnnn - 'nml our moon It will knock that Ifeav vtiv TRm Attest, America by Columbus. Tho au- great "silent man," that ho listens nry, 2 weeks; 1st Monday iu June, i luminary out of existence. An- MUJIlMIlH, W T. MrCUTCIIEN, C. C. 2 weeks; 3rd Monday iu October, other says It will lap this world up thorities of tho World'H Fair are and says nothing. Ihe people 3 weeks. now about to receive these coins in a twinkling and take us all uitli Children like lo tako " C. O. C. THE QU1CS AND DESIRABLE ROOTS from the United Slates mint, nnd nominated and elected Mr. Cleve Graves 1st Monday in March it whirling around for nil tlmo Cvrluiii Chill Cure," tlio plcna-uTo AMD HIOM are offered for salo to the people land over the opposition of two 0 weeks; Jrtl .Mommy lu June, 7 through endless space. And now Hint K'nirnntecd cure Hir Keeps a HplssdlJ Sloc of Ihs very best ms.si Xew York, I'lilladalphia, Ualllmore, We,,. Atfiic and Malaria. nt tho uniform piloe of 01 each. thirds of these great party lead weeks; 3rd Monday iu November, comes tho clerical astroiinmer who I'ever, or all kind, ol ington, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, SO en. Tho advance dnmuuil hits been ers; and they aro yet willing to 0 weeks. says the comet was ten mlnutm I'rlco by C. JllcU iaoii'1, UulT.ilo, Clevelaml, ToDrugglit A. Holcomdr. For tale great. Nearly one thousand luniks tno late to make nn important HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. ledo. Cli'miso, li.dir.ipu;C mile, have sent in ordiis for fiom fifty trust him us 10 an extra session ol FAMr.a come fifteen Cough to my .tore Cincinnati, I.oulavllle nml that in cousequencu Kemtdy IN MEMORIAL. which are otTered at ONC PllICB, and list Ihe to fivo thousand coins each at $1 Congress, Federal appointments, lo (jet of Chamberlnln'a inyielf. are never It hns become enraged with diI'olnla Knaleru nml Nurllienaleru them, Ilka Many On FrMay evening, N'ov. i!3th, 1802, at AND apiece. and such like questions as aro now without il in their lioinei. It cured mj sappointment mid is passing rap- very lowest Ihe marks! Jtislllsi. 3 o'eloclt, tb tleaih angel entered Ihe Mtnipbl, Viokabnrg, Italon Ilouge, New boy of a aevere attack of rroup, mil, ( Hliy irom us. and Drew nnd Nannlo home Tin: year's ndtlitinn of 180,000 being mooted and dieonaaed by believe, aiveilhialile- -. K. billon, L.irajr,.10;v tr.vay g0il tililO At nil eveiitu claimedof ine aweet, gentle aplrlll.utonBtell. Orleaua, Mobile, Lule Hock, Hot to advertUo of All golds guaranteed lo be s rspresenpJd pensioners to tho tolls, increasing "u newspapers and politloluiiB, BiiMrll county, Kan. a. fh a remedy ii Springe and point a u Weal Ten Christmas' .mods and nnr .... Father and unt will mlaa tho bright, Mia- cure for croup, ami. If imciI.1' a certain " the total number of lpensioners to 'hero are threolhingmipoii which Tia, Ark.ima., loyoua and happy child. Tbey aaw only No man, ' your subscriptions. alaelppl, Loiiialana, and 830.0S7, is a very serious mailer Mr. Cleveland does spunk out iu anon aa the Aral armploins appear,CV wll. tal nly, would like to meet a eer the budding of ihe young life (lol will A prevent the attack. For aale by comet reallie ihe beauiy nnd frajrance of the to the people. According to Mr. sound, clear and unmistakable llolcombe, Drug glat. TIIK NO U I II A.M NOUTIIWCHT. on a tear and bo in arrears for liib flower In Ilia upper rold. Whitelaw Iteld, the Itcpiililirnn waa reared la home paper., The home where Stella The line is thoroughly equipped anil Iu WHY I IK M.tT TIIK A I.I.I A. K. party was defeated by the growth tones, and they me: eight yearn condition, and provide au ex.ad and lonely. For nearly and 1st. No Force lllll, nnd the reaun.hlne arl-clanf communistic and socialistic lunde brlgblneiii IttivtHril. Mho hat arrangement ic time an J through A Kansas man, who had been Kind cellent A her tweet preeenca. ideas. Iu this system of Preto-rim- i peal of the present Federal elechy the Union Cli?"'! Co. Tilt FEM'lltr: I the time and conaffiliating with tho Alliance party propoataamount lo anyone who will rrore there your darling one la now a tender oara. frleoda, pensions, inaugurated by the tion law. lo pay venience secured by 'oe Urn 'led Kpr nl' that Stale for the past few thai any one of lha ltlmnnlal, conr.rn. lamb with Ihe flreat Hhrnherdi who ha Tralna. Only a nlghi'a ride between Republican patty to prevent a relovely live 2nd. A reduction of tariff years, having severed his nllegl-nnc- Ing Ihe wonderful eflecln or l.emnn ('1,11) taken her pure andheavenly aplrlt lo May LiiulavWe and Memphis, and Ihe best an d duction of tho tariff, wu have n home. in Ihe thereto, thus briefly gives Tonic, aro nol genuine. Anyone can wti, fnraveriooreFather tenderly lead you thro' qiilokeat servloe between the two cities pure and simple. Il communism llaltrring articlea nnd aign flcticioui Ihe loving everoflered. 3rd. A sound and snfo currency his reason for bo doing: is probable that considerably less "Lemon Chill Tonlo" alan 1. at the valley of ihadowt until Ihe eternal For low rat rales, lime tables, and all It is run by lawyors nam'ca, hut aa a lllooi Purifier, a general day ilawna upon you, and then In the Because of these people who for the people. than lha head Dcnlcr lu - dealred Inform allon an ny to without clients. tonic and appetizer. I. anion CblU Tonic awcelHIeyond" you will meet jour ilararc now drawing illumined money FHIT, ItF.t, LNKR. Ag'l, Hy doctors without patlonts. Las pleit.ant aa lemonade and at large u Ilng8lll(mm thn common tuntls have no Out iu Nebraska tho RepubliN.(! AKt L. H. It,, Hickman, K J Angela! pure and bright and rir. mun DRUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS AID the regular dollar alia. Atk for By preachers without pulpits. Or W. P. MURItBhh, Agent, other claim on it than that they can saints are endeavoring to one Jo thy ere; Take Ibla dar lm Chill Tonio and Inal.t on galling By women without husbands. N. N. A M. V.Co,, nivea, Tenn. worn nnco really or theoretically count out enough Democrats to ve wlio dwell above, Angelal you nak for. Take no ulMlule.but geta By farmers without farma. Or J L I'IKLAN, Agfni, lSICKltlA.Ni KY. soldiers for a week or mo, or a year elect a Republican United States Guard her wllh a deMMeaa lore. bottle, and you will thank thli paper for N. N- & M. V. Ro.. Padurah Jimrllon, By financiers without flnnnoe, drawing your attention lo hi nirrlli. Hie waa here the pureM, beat, ,nr so. On tho strength of that Senator. The Jtepuliliruns are UTV. Qsn'l Pai. A'gl. Or W. II. I'HO bar there be ever bleat. By educators without education. Price 60j. Far aale and guaranteed t; trying to purify our electothey claim that tho lest of the Louisville, Ky PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. L. L. S. And by statesmen without a job. ' ftmuiu L Cowoau people uie bound lo support them. ral systems. TiicMlny, Ilec. 121 li. The Fnriiior' Allinnre ("filing Hie Xitlloiiitl Union. Pursuant to Dr. P. A Vlnnr, ol Tr i.rk.na Ark I. an fnllnul.il In t lir tir.l'c nf Cbtiti llirKM, Kt, Not 28,1802. II" ii'nl ll for Pf.ilnn. 1'r.iwiit li.tUln'. Ptln lUlm Cniinoll nil In Uhr llrl-w.cnnl k.ji. "I foun I II lo In a .MuT"' shw, Ooiineilnitn local rnnt'tj.' Kor a! nJ d.n-drr- .. no't nr.lli-n- l Mdlnny, COUNCIL PKOOKKDINOS. a rJ, wsi jm, &:.. A Curo for RhoumntlBpi. M. B. Shaw, jaaey Gfooeifieg, ! thbgr'tfTernb- ... I jrnUj what to Bnygtapig a 11 ! - "if;r"r iin- b- ! Ko' - i A- 1 - mm mc&m S.-n- 1 1 got-0n- p t " - . u ii lfl ; rfQ. fleet-Ghairma- u, tjoo-lotnr- I im-v- w U... . I -1 Ti ,r-I- W STEPHENS TYLEE, I J -- o-- - ,,., 1 l"lff Foniilsiro and Uiiiieriiikor's Goods, ""i v 1 cl ! - . i I .. l., I n:..Uo.. ri - I Vice-Preside- I "'""', ,, v. ....... at-th- n aW le- -. w HLUITWECK, BALTZER & CO., tu ..,, 1 ... I " do--- ,, tt:" !', 1 . 1 1 1 iin-an- d 1 """"": J"1"' ... worils'-iJeinocrnlt- n 1 a i I ini-nttn- ... .... . "" "!'. P"'. . IJ 1 wiu" io 1 A . ( 1 &? HIOKAN. JOjL .-- j.., .....,.. ison I !s" bow-wow- ,".!!t:. ,eil,0 I t S r11"!: ., -. l """ $!! n.-..- - "w fJ'XVX Sf'"''' '"', 'W INSURANCE! 11 ICKMAN tkaf HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. nrli-n- ! i , - I"i. f, by-law- Pnid Up Capital $40,000.00. DIBBOTOE . 1 ll-- lil 1 1 1 Olin-vlll- e nii-L- t. I 1 1 rii-i:- i,t 1 1 1 1 I I fc 1 1,1 nla-lit- , 1 f. f S WAY SB, Den lor in peo-pi- , ! I aixleen-ean- ll I dlree-ll- y Uriif-.lor- I 11111-1- 1 wmm iy iiyir?,!8Cfcrf, Bkt.2)2s MBaKnr-awaapav yt1mWte& s Ta.v-?ii- L Y- vu aav.iar K i ut j mmjm9mmMs o I iB r nt "OIiB HXLIABLEI" H I I nei, Hoofing; bl Speoiaaty; 1t a THE OLD RELIABLE. tax-aio- o CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DiE-ST0FF3, one-hal- f - - It Ltt!attli4aat4.LWeL assWsBvttaVlUBsHsaUHaWlatHsSiiiHsSl BilsWil1issm.h-"Ji'-- 4- -k J.ili """ liktitAi 1 i.ftill mil aWiAa- timWmW - aa.ii -- ? a'r rr.,nams. ... .. . at amLii flfcl"!, . ''?.. L4M rJfiS -- .....yuH.iii.n.-Ka- ui w miiwui'WMm'Wini'n fr xfKy iiMirirah' i Sfa ifnii'i .iMitmwiwii'i nw iiiiiw )) fl si rassraS) Mt fea, jnnmHmntni KHIHIIK, 063K& m wiiniiui"1"'1'"""1 Tl a rsasssra) d - nillilW l www iiiiw . --- -; ii r- - ii tak "v . i in ii m 4 M J. l'riwWwT1wHtfr',lMly "" "a" . i iswar . m- - WW K& x .. j.i bi riTi rriDiNir n Aikn I fUBi MfTN ram t ' .b- s .!: fc5sgs&. u hws .mm i --- PIyS f tassx jtsi ri f'Wrs) fi" -- rSLVH.ssgk t j & - BabsN ug. 'i?VT rawin . i ri..i r - ,r :a.m 8i r ,5&essk rS t "w m . wy firwll t.v i a r. a r iwwwwi & fj n This is vS' an cxcollcnt time to lay in your VS- -! -- H gg Wo have diMiionstnilcd conclusively that by our system of buying and selling wo WINTER. UNDERWEAR, OVERCOATS, are able The heavy increase in our business over last year shows also that the people annreeiate it. and are with us in - STRICTLT FOR CASH I can afford to sell goods lower than our credit competitors to. titf&WX,. VJy J AiffQr w Cloaks, Boots, Blankets, &e percent Z and our slock in these lines is very heavy and llian our neighbors. Come see us before buying. ! gy. .i 40 JLaillCS Loll"" & Cloftks at Half Price, to close them out tiiis n Hi HoinethliiK ti liven llilni up nliir the Htniln of the Presidential fl'it Ih over, nml furnlhli hetter Mt'iiis than I his. ftirTlte proltiot lino 0 ,I,ndles mill Oents' Silk nml I.Iiimi llnild oisiPAW SC ! - & MZ. 1 oo- y-ii0 There nro wonm kicker u"l prowler now hcoaiiNe tlint HIolii eoniot faltctl to toueli tho nirth mill knock tlilnco into n jnmboreo. Anil, lixleoil, the pnpors do need D. L WILSON & CO. WILL OI'BN Jrade is Boo"fii7! mV PIU0U3 LIKE THESE AUE HOUND fV J AXI) 5 ilMIAffl' Jkc NATIONAL BANK, ata. a aim., 41fntSS'irwf Cliclstixtas aad Iloltclay Goods? MONDAY, DEC. IMot to IticuU A.ISTD 1STO AVOISriDKR. TO ' B. w & $ keruhlufo ever lironplil to this U. 0. AMHKiso's. town, nt Mr. Will SiunpRe, of tins city, Don't Vaiu to Sek thk DISPfAV Dkfobk Iitmxai i ' ''" t...i Jil; - OKEATB A RUSH lf CiPlTAL STOCK $50,000. wwinnutin smMMw - -J - - vii'sr" "y'ou Domestie, 5o. fc!Si"i5y All-Wo- MUOt n..il.n r IUI UUi e. t II BUCHANAN. CAtL, JtnlfeujlANDLK, J C. N. Uli.WLES, Jr. . K.L.AI.KX-ANULt- l, Jail. dis- covered n will nrrnuuetl plot mid conspiracy between certain prisThree joung men, charged with oners and some outsldo friends burglarizing a store at Fulton, by which those prisoners were to and brought to tho bo enabled lo break (all, free them- were arrested are now com- comity fail whoro they selves mid perhaps all their confined. On their examining trial panions. A prisoner, Win. Smith, gavo fictitious names. Tho who was serving a short term foi each evidence against them appears to potit larceny, was to be turned if 1. 00 it is said that Men's Underwear, suit (shirt nml drawers), out, but Jailor Carpotitcr, suspect- be conclusive, and " l.fiO! of thorn at least confesses Men's faney wool Underwear, suit " ing something wrong, caused olio " " " 1.50 gnilt, saving that they were near Men's natural wool Smith to bo searched just before 274c Doublo width Tricot Dress Goods, (all wool), releasing him, mid found on his ly naked, entered tho stoic and helped themselves, each, ton new, You will quickly see that it in to your interest to patronize as. person two wooden Bull, leaving their old clothes be from one of the prisand a letter mCp rCS hind as an exchange Ono of A T JD, oners to an outside abetter. This Via& A dtUd is W them, who gave his name as Frank letter t'ave the details of tho whole , be Perry Hice, ... -- "" plot, directions how tho moulds Scauton, proves to a sou or tlio late uus nice, wno tho plague. Tho prospcetn are could be used, how to obtain the for many years was nn active that it will ho worse thuti llil lend, how the tools wcro lo bo merchant of Hickman. A ml villi co::vryct! back Into tho Jail, &o. 3 cur in the old ciiiiiitiie lady of Hickman, who was a friend invade tho United b tat en. Tim iiimitit. fntitnl nn niifli iriri The Tioy HrHin.Uio Compuny hearing of tried, and found to make exact lliA "' boS mother, III Bier nt City Hull . nrraal viottnil tit flm fnntl.' "" I, Comlorls Overco.its, counterpart or the Inner unu out- - "" "' ""' """ with her his moth-ar-" -- The Annual Confer. k" 'c' nA fcw ,?f h" er keys to tho jail. Tho moulds t.v J"", cnrrylng at Maylleld. cure i. In olograph, mid when ho vvriiit(irf of such ingenious workman, 'r,8 2&T iiiri i " See Gounell proeredincs for left tho liRhtest and best cvrr t it ho broke into tears, ship that If they had reached the water mid electilc llfht rates. brought to Hiektuati. Ca and ho couldn'.l hands of tho outside abetters and ''pSK'"P Piously that -- Hepnlrlng of Hue Walehes a H,'u these (,'OoiU beforo ba.M s hear to look nt lU Tho kind lady the km east In lead as directed -HUOIIANAN. ItUCK HllOH j speelaltj at will, littlo adjustment, the "jested tint she would iriitc hro b thai, -F- artorles fetch fnuds and, , Mr. John Klines, o ...s mouier iniorming ner o. Ki"wii cuizen 01 iiicwmaii, prisoners could have walked out lrouU,p"' ll,1, ati" wc'l)in& ho ni8( folk. A "faetorv Inoubatur" in "P- - ami do not hesitate to say that the selection is the best ever pro- Helena, Ark., on Not 17 freely nt any hour of the night. died at wlial Hlekmaii needs. 1 shall oiler those I). O. The letter slso gavo directions as pealed, "Oh, no, don't tell mother, dueed in this market. Ho wiit the fathiTof Mrs. goods at tho very lowest The Keiitiirky l.eciolatnre ad- Meacham of this place. Mr Klines to obtaining saw, v.c. '1 lie uouneril'tl rather servo a term in tue pen- - price, and will make special eliort to sitislv ull my customers in . journs Dre. Jl'iiiI to .Ian. 4, to was energetic, worthy man, a does not print tho names of the Herniary tuan nave ner kiiowi a, tiuality, Style aim rncu ! the Chrlntuiiis holldajH. tneiufier of tlie Kuiuhls of Honor. prisoners or their abetters, Th young innn'e father norlMu., afid it Is desired by tho ofllcers Tlie eJintpet and flnnst lot The attcnlion of tho Ladies is especially called to my Cliiistinaa Goods In Hie market, at "Id Hlekuian aeiiialntauie hear of that it be not done, and because some j ears since, and his widon Ids death with sorrow. we wish in no wise to prejudice ed mother now resides iti Indian ll'-Huc'K Hitos. upolis. One of Hire's compan A reduction of only 20 per tho cases. Elder W. I). Nowland. of Mnrions in trouble, It is said, is also tin Ti'iin., will preaeh nt the Han- - rent 011 slow trains mid no reduc- Whip Cord, parentage in Indian- put up in single Patterns, with Trimmings to match tlit church Sunday mid Sunday Hon at all 011 fast trains to the FREE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. of well IWoild's Fair Is not icm with Serges, Henriettas, J idles Uloth, nroauclotii, ivc, in latest snaues. The high tariff is off on Christ- npolis. iduht. to bo it Plain anil Twilled Flannels, all colors, from the cheapest to the Kentucky Lodge, No. 310 K. favor by the public, and is com- mas Goods, mid Mr. G. II. P.tlugcr that tho Prsncancsi Hopoloss, Yet Savoi. het quality. of II.. will meet In regular sexslou recrettedhave taken railroad stand, has received IiIh first purchase panies this will From n leiter wriiuo by Mr. AJ T. Also, lab!e Damask, brown, bleached and colored, all qualities. to iiluht. A full attendance of the which, by the way, it i safe to under the reduced prices, and you Wa. xapkins, white and colored. therefoio he enabled to cell llnni.of rtrrfwn' s. I) , we quote: members is desired. ,l , say in passing, will not and can any and all kinds of Christmas lVen "lib U J colJ, which teltlfJ on ha.ve V,U ,USt a,.11 l"vlhei!t assortment of Handkerchief, Laces, couKl, .el Hcmember the Democratic not be malulaliicil by them. Goods much lower than tho samo mv I.uoi. oiniiiiipiion Id tnJ fmnlly lermt- - Kinbroiilei'ics and Ribbons, ever shown in this market, ami are sell- i Four doctors g t uBitJ in primary, on Doc. 12th, at City , ,,,, ,if(.blll IIVVU ou. KUUMO HHU ,,hrt ing them very fast every day. llall, from to 0 o'ulock, p. in., to ill this market. Henides having a ,me K,e my.flf up io my SouV Oh, tho joys of Christinas, shout very htrgn stock, ho will mark l.lrtfrmlcnl If t ciuU not tuy wiiii mj nominate a Mayor mid six the fhililri'ii. ".Mama, mania, no prices so low that no Holiday frlnJ on earlli, I woul.l meet mr nh.eta for tho year I8SK1. ! p all the abate. hutbtnJ was Mr. Hllucer's and Goods will he carried over. Call ones I'r. King' MyNew DiscoverySxltised to" Ilaro vou soon tnv new to for Cooret tylo Men's H iM ! I hoy nro nob- Iteautlful now Toys and Christum early and got choice selections. CoiiIih nn Cold.. I gate ll s Children's Ladies ami Children's Shoes of the very best makes. floods even tiling you can think trial. i.'iiW, in nil, olzbt lnttte; il lifti by and cheap. II. O. A Mill ita. of Dolls, pretty Ware, Hooks, Tho Muuay Ledger, In llslnsl oiirnl me, h nil thank (In I am now a we School Shoes, with heels anil spring licels, as cheap as tlie cheapest. Thn Huptlxt congregation of Souvenirs, Caskets, wninun " Trial boll ten (ree al issue, paid tho following compli- 4inl Woolen and Cotton Hosiery for Ladies and Children, of tlie best Ma Held Is talking of luillding a know what I Kant 1" If you don't ment to Judge C. L. Handle: "We 0. A, II.ilcnii)tie' Jr'13 store, reguUr ize brands. knee, heel and toe. Children's Uue, double-kn- it fiOc nml $1.00. new church to e.nr.i 'J.'i.tXH). One nee what you want, ask for it, and have heard quite a number of peoBed Blankets and Comforts. of Its members has agreed to you will get It. plo say that Judge Handle's charge I would cull special attention to tlie The Sampson Spy or Tragedy. of the cost. - to the grand Jury last Monday was Tho Assessing Hoard, comPoor roads are vampires that posed of the Secietnry of State, the bent thing that was ever deTho Courior of last week pub li veied on an similar occasion in suck the Mood of thrift and tin- - Treasurer and Auditor, are this county. During the course lishod tho inarriugo of Mr. H. S. the poplr.. Good roads lug nut blanks to banks railroads, of his remarks, the Judge express Sampson, a bring tho farm And tho market express companies, mid all river pi Calloway his 111 to the irriiiiiii together, they mak the j porationa enjoying special or many lot t0 'Miss Lizzic Speyer.of Hickmid tho wagon kin. elusive privileges, for the purpose most giatelul thanks for the r tuxliiB t linn under the new law. acts of kindness and tho good man, mm uiu impjiy luicimuig mvllah ILiestand most ho has received al tlie oumstaiiccs. After a short bridal mv lino of Fanev rlnnncl and "Work Shirts, light ami heavy lot of OrercnatH in this town. Industrial corporations, tlie Hoard bauds of tho good peoplo or tins tour the couple returned to Cairo, woi.'ht Woolen Underwear, Woolen and Cotton Hosiery, Gloves, do not come under tho new holds, Cll and see them. county since Do lias liiiou no po- - Mr. slunl,B0i,'8 home, stopping at White Shirts, Suspenders and Neckwear. is more complete than ever. law. H. C. AMMCKfl. Also, a full lino ot Hoots, Shoos, II uts mid Caps ol all kinds. .A"i iui iiiu i. The concert at the City Hall, Vi'illl ;;.... mini m. in in. vyiii tho Planters' House. Tho- nannm Tho way, and the only way, to promises to be an enjoy-abl- people recognize in Judge Knmlle siuco report a fearful tragedy in Do ot fiul t0 Me m clegaut line of sell goods Is to advertise them. , occiuiou. The company Is a christian gentle Tfhlnti Mr Ru tilttbfti Trim alint aw A Tell tho people what you have to comiiOHcd of tho brut local talent man, an able jurist, mid one who kined outright, ids bri.io of a sell, and when they nro needing week iinythiug'lu your lino they will ho of Tiny, Tenn., and the musical has discharged the duties of the shot twice nnd seriously wound- anil tcritatloii renditions office faithfully and with universure to call mid see joii. in tho highest measure. sal satisfaction, mid nn ono has ed. and tho furious woman who' tfy i;ne f light, medium and heavy weight Overcoats is iitisur A Georgia editor left the The propamine is ehlelly musical, 1110 from the oeocii ni'"n niso oiumiuuk ner- - passed lor style and fit. Come and see them. newspaper business to embatk in with charade, tableaux, and char- ever retirctl our peoplo moreof this- i uiu deep- r8elf, mid not exported to live. The' A full stock of county that n gold mining enterprise, but he acter recitations. We hope our ly r,rrriif in give III, llinn .lllllirnl murderess was a Mrs. .May Sriijii','' ' lias returned to his first love with neighbors wiill be welcomed with j Handle. Ills entire record us the Idea that a weekly newspaper n roll house carded mistress of Judge of tho Circuit Court Ib said to he a gold 111I110 any Is. bettor than Tho Sams woman without blot or stain, nnd ns this Sampson's. day. C'llltlNTHlM OlFTM will bo his last term in Calloway, paid an apparently friondly cnll on iQuecnsware, Glassware, Hardware, Doors, Sash, Paints ami Oil conIn selecting gift (or father, his legion of friends all ovor the OsT" liuvo received a nieo lot tho couple, and when in their btantlv on' hand, and will not bu undersold! useful uMiid oriiHitiKiiln! articles, mother, brother, sister or friend, county tnke pleasure in joining room opened a fuiious assault up' will gho choice of any upon call mid see my elegant nisoit-moi- with the Ledger in wishing for mid YA'aio, him of lino Silver-platetho piiiehasn of 'J(I.()II worth of abundant success wherovor on Sampson for deceiving her, Dry Goods, Clothing Hoots, Shoes tho latest stylo mid best quality. ho may east his lot in the future that ho had promised to All guaranteed. JUca &n. II. C. AMJimin. or in whatever nvocatiou of life marry her, and ending her words llMMf II. O. AMUKRfl. he may engage. by shooting Sampson through thol Crotonn Lodge- K. and A. M Don't Cayce, Ky will have work in the vertisementmope around like nn adheart, killing him instantly. Sho A GeiM-m- l Tonic. for nn undertaker's C. C. C. Certain ClilM Cnrc" u I), A. degree, nn Dec. I()th, at This Is nlisl J.enmn Clilll Toule Is: A then turned her pistol on his wife, plcnmint to ditto and l:uri:ilcM. ,raco H,"il0 whi'thor lilo.il purifier; o'elook, p. in. V.' imemhnu:!! '"! - L? shooting her twice, mid, thinking Children lllto It. C.imrunlt'cd ..!!. J1..?!" .".0t' !?, n norte snil limln (iiml, mill while it A full invited. to euro Ciillls nnd I'ocr. lair so iiiu uiiH'H pleisnnt ns If iniuinlc, himI ahlilreu that she had killed them both, sho bottles 00 vents. yoil 110 is IUnk. H. F. Hoggis, jiiui uiiriiii-nOirice oter Ilickm.in mvmhers desired. have them, don't ' talk down" our i3 fur ii, i. an cerinln in net Inn IIihI emptied tho remaining load of tho For 1e by C. A. MotroHiif, Prntit. W. M. l J. Oliver, fc'ec'y. lull lie i IIICIvMAK, KY. by the proprietown, don't bo a piivato nud pubWill a'lrnil promptly lo all bii.ineiw lu James T. Wilson ex she rid' of lic liviinohomlrino. but mnl.--i the tors, nml ruwho militarize tliir sgents, whose pistol into her own broast. Tliero below, lo mclill-'yiiniuey New Advertisements. trusted lo Ids care. Graves county mid a citizen of best of the situation it matters namesoaro where the reluml thefull to In appears to bo no solution to tho lo uieillnlns Maxlleld, died at Murray at 2 not what hmineiis. If tint Name iny Is rlulmeil fur ll. Osn onyililng be torrlhlo tragedy, except that given what o'clock Tuesday morning at tho'enercv and lliuo wasted in ulms fairer ihnn llils? ItememUr "h . A. W. LINDSAY, by tho woman, "tho fury of n wo. Kiithor-liwhose names Is lo thin Murray Dotal, lie was there on Ing tho weather, orylngahoiii hard In COM! Tho biide-wifman scomod." Attoraoy-at-Law- , to rt for us In lie above gnar.oilee. business, mid his death was and tunes nun snort crops were emWe do not clslin to cure n whole family this unfmtunate affair is tho den mid unexpected. Tho cause ployed in remedilng the ovils wilh ono bottle, bill to break tho worst HICKMAN, KY. daughter of widow lady of Hickof his death was heart disease. complained of, the world would oise of 100,000 BUSHELS WANTED, .MHiiiifuclurei only by the man, is a young lady of good charIt. & Murrell. M5 , Jiolnonvllle, will pny (he hUhest market pneo for Office with ftaT My stock of Ladles and ho infinitely better oft". Calamity Lemon Olimileiil Oo Jepot i'situesh, FIs , acter, and well esteemed by nil Ky , Corn ilelivuretl at the lUllroml ilepot in ahrlokora may be misers but they Wcilern whnlestlo Gouts' Gloves, Shoos, Hosiery, who She and her rela- Hickman, or anvwhere he where nnler. ho river lunk ). side by Cowfill hslioiihl "II I, ail Iresneil. For tives know her. slucoro sympathy between Meilley's an J on Slough ,mt. Turtles iailehteil lo me, either hy r.ole tie., consists of the finest goods, aro novcr money makers. Cow Jrujgiiu. have tho lie will bo sold very low, mid lag; or at Mitson's, Minsk's or PoMs' oraocount, are reipieste lo come forwar I of all our peoplo. 11. C. Am in: it t. al once Ami settle, or Ihutr oUlms will be The Sams woman was not dead Swlirhea. For further Information, see I New Wraps Mr. O. II. Hllnger has. rocelvod W.J. IIAUItV. plsced in the Ii.iiiIi of an officer for coU at last accounts, mid professes When will tho peoplo rehol a largo and beautiful selection of New Fall Wraps now on exhi- great penitcuco for shooting Mrs. lection. Coma al once an j thereby save ngainst tho remorseless dirt road Fancy Ware, suitable for Holiday bition nt Halt.kii & Siiaw'h. NpOlH'M WltllltMl. cost. I mean what I sty, 1,000,000 Sampson, but asserts that Samp-sotax! It kills horses, breaks wag. Presents. Ho asks ono mid all to John withno. Spokes One deceived mid ruined her. Mrs (buggy) million Hickory delivered the peoplo day mid call und examine tho beautiful ous wanted, to bo ! Sampson will recover. night. Tho coslliost thing on display. No charge for feasting mi tho grounds at tho John W. W. DIESTELBRINK, Nice resilience of ur 0 rooms to rsnl, earth when you consider Its length, your eyes on tho lovely army, but Morris Spoko Factory, Hast HickFor" Sale I broadth and thickness is tho dirt on tho contrary It will afford' ilium near depot nn MhriioIU street, or will sell man, unit for which tho highest on easy terms. Alsi, uioe reHiilencn lots T"0 space lo name all nrtlotes, but no road; mid tho sooner it is aban- much pleasure to wait on A good family mare, nnd a young, market price will bo paid In cash. J l for sale. Terms, one fourth 011I1, U, 'J Irouhle lo bIiow gooila. doned tho bettor for tho public early boforo tho nssoitii'iont mill IS month. Apply lo I). II. llryant gentlo pony. Apply to I'or further information apply to Come and see, nt Ihe corner of Troy weul. Ex. is culled by selections. Taylou Si Tyluu. and Mojcow Avbuuq, Uast Ilickmeu, Ky M. Uler. W. II. CouK. urlt. . red-wo- mid Mlsn WIIIIh Citldwell, of (IiIh eounty, were innrrled lit I'lilnn City. Tenn., on Hundiiy hist. Tlie lirldo und groom ore exccllunt youii); people, mid nre hlisufd with the beftl wished of 11M who know them. They will make Hick mini tholr home. ar IJelore Inimrln your life, eu K. it, ll.I.l.soN mid p't IiIr Al.li I'AltKNrS ralen on tho now Diotrihutloii h.V the "Old know linw lmnl It is lo keep (tin 1'ollulrH now nrTt-rri- l (Jliililrt'ii In Slnrr. It RcciiiH, Mutual." In event of ileatli, beKonietlir.rs, nn thoi were tlotcrmlii-n- l fore the expiration of twenty to ueitr iIiimii out In n lit. eurn, nil preiniuiiiN returned to. Tlie.V run, jump, ilrK tln'lr Inen Kelher with tho fucu value of tho f.0!l2 muvtliliiir to ue.irout tlieir SIiocw. poliy. A h1io(IiI ulioo ijoph very iilcUI. lift dead-ll- ' Tho cholera Mill has prip 011 tlie Huropeau roiui. SE5T I 13 i'Ji I3S I! IS tiien. Tho eold weather has fail, Tlie "I.lltlo (liHiit Seliool Shoo" l ' ed to drive out tho iIInpiikc. It In Hie UKUT, iiikI only to lie round now believed that next yesr ulll llAI.TZMt & Shaw'h. I wltueKR ft denperale battle with Rt Jailer Carpenter, last week, ItUltfifiAKS ATFOIiTOar Don't Tell Oh, no! I 71 ot tier. IMi-.imc Good .Mird-wid- e Canton Flannel alt the way from He. Ituil Flannel, lfe. Gray Twilled riauncl, 15c Wool Holla (Shepherd's) per lb. i.'io. Uiihcoured Yam, full einht, per lb. "0c. Fiuo Saxony Yarn, nil colors, per hank, fie. Good Uurpot Warp, all cnlora, 120c. Humboldt Jeans, 38o Heavy Strlpo Shlrtinc Sc. Women's Oalf Hntton Shoen (inlid) O.lc. Womou'd Grain Hntton Hhoen (solid) 1.25. Mcii'h (,rood, Btronu Hoots, tl.T.) 'Krull of the Loom" Domestic, Sic. PrMhlent; J. J. CMLItr; J. N. BDAbLEK, Jr.,. COSIlt'R.NT,Ni.e.PrMM(!n (Successor to POWELL & BHO.,) Ilnving bought tho Grocery Stock of Powell & Hro., will continue tlio old stand, mid announces to tho pubbusltiesH ut that lic that he is making largo additions to tho 6tock, and will keep any imtl cverylhing in tho well-know- n .? key-mould- mi J J3add l -- niP SHAW. QSBTHSl AI Line. QRO OBET through tho Courier will be made ns Further announcement new goods airivo. Htf-bre- 11 The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker! It iiever boils over. No m.iMSiLJLafl. jS'eccwwHy'? FOf; SALE HV l. sea-lio- ( 'k. Reduction ... H 1 e dram or odor ctn escape lulo he moid. cannot ecoicb. 3 minutes. ' la llic ll'l'lliuvni, ....isr-r- . foo-- P, !L IIICKMAX, 1 'b'"'''! I CASH KENTUCKY. HAVE RECJ3IVSD FoihI Sicums nn Ml r Hew Pall aad Wi&tar Stack . t! mmt-w- m K J 1 F .aj. XI V ' uSi'MrH an.1 retained. flaor of ihe U jRiSiSM lnlfr-j.Aj-- vC Call and tee It. Ii'ii Keeds no watching. tvJp just he thing I you want, Ami you ought) have llf " en-Jo- y 1111 ... (irlnnd-prrliapn'iHli- dil ; Tt BitESS GOODS, to-d- o - ' -- 1 Christmas Gifts. .IIHI-IO.UI- .,, , Conn-oilme- n SBOES SHOES limp-lion- , I u sub-ncrili- one-fourt- h send-poveris- h IFURNISIIING GOOS Yoime: & 5co.i & DEDEALERS IN Don't Yon Forget 'V II A 'X" It! ' cm-clos- e well-know- n lo-- 111 - PARTMENT, Jolia Witting Ji.UllM Rfl-T- hu .1 Staple and Fancy til" Ill'Mt '.To AHMortmoilt of 0 ..?.... '"-.-- - GROCERIES . o I IT ci GROCERIES lo "ouiil vn whole-souled- Men txA CJulih'cii's Clothiiis:! "FRUITS, &c, HICKMAN, KY. 11 A. 1 Goods delivered lo any H2CEMAN1 I"A. r I M TH rl I of the Cily cninpll-mente- d Clinton Si, 1st Hoar Gist of Laclede Hotel, TAURUS eberlb. Morclaaiit Tailor, HICKMAN, KY. -- t Shop In I.sclede block. Imported foods, first cltis Trimmings, arlUtio Culling, firstclatKi workmen, Sll.fsctlon c1'"" 4:15 U'J anteed. 11 FANCY GROCERIES,- DrrOTLTC-BiNDAPHYSICIAN AND U, SURGEON, T 11 - HICKMAN, Ketltnceand man office. KKNTUOKY. S.- 1 it office mi joining Judge King-- 1 -t D- d G. AMBEEC. Attorney at - I A. F. OIsIVEli, Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAN, ME A (t 1VEicksinithing lii ( 'i W.u-on1 wmh HOTBL, KY. K HICKMAN, lii"".' "' B. T. DAVIS, n '" tci-rlal- n w, KENTUCKY. )o( TUIM. Centrally located. Convenient to Iiivcr'Lanffiiig. Musses Call Heguliiily. Htciy Atlon- tiou given to Comfort of fluests. I). H. HHYANT, l'rop'r. si no l.en roil wanl done, or repair on iloret'Hlioeing a 4c keep a full line of DR.S. K.DAVrDSON. HICKMAN, KFNTHCKY 1. iner-chan- ls I nl I wi 1 -tf Ml Com 111011, Kowwood, and Solid Hlack V limit Collins and Cases, which can he filled Undertaker's mi Goods, up irlPei 11 tof" me Shop near i (lle notice, and at reasonable a'rall. the Jull. rii-ff- Ollicc over Cowgill & Cowgill'a Drug Store. l I Fancy Ware. I Take Notico! 1 GOAL! pirTSIlL'KO, (Ml 00,1!,! pjickman garble UICK.UA X, DEALra IS orks AT. Fall u and-rob- s Rcsidenco for Ront H UUIIKKA, ILLINOIS I.U I', and ANTHRACITE, desired. In any ipunlilles ) I). C. RAMAGE, Italian aku Ameuican monumknts, 1d.mu anl Marrm ouave STO.NKS. VINO In mock, ft fine lol of Amer- Family sais ur : you-Cal- I FARIS & PARKER, mcicnAN, : nnd llullan Marble, 1 an pre-- p red lo (III all orders. Call and examine mv work Orders from the country promptly v HAican : : kuntucky Sllud. il ; dbs i ,i1i.1J . liMiiLnsidifiE!5l gligfTlBH BRi jp itLbiiiy t V "Vonr Work In Uf." The A. M riumT, l)ni(tKlt,Hhelbyvllle, Ind , the ' radiant you hardly know thorn. tlons, the freerinr, tlio A series of in nrtlele men Cure gives imperfections have been In ns many pursuits Is lv successful many of ntlsf'Hull's Cntiurhget plenty or tho best lotion, Cnn una of the tiitlmo frosthiff o( uibiiv of our It is far fact is all their -- utrong croups of articles which aro an. nlal, nslt cures evory ono who take It." u nt's what it .viiounts to, when you atfrom bcitiff o Muth wind. It conuiUt nusKCU on. J noy iiiu iinuneed In The l'ufV (.Vmipanoin for 1833. Urug6ids soil It, 7fc disagreeable 1 Kvcr Hiw" Istho topic "Like a Sliock of Corn Coming In Hli of n rlclil north, nml wheu tin v P earth to bo 'Tlio tempt to do washing and cVoaninij, ' meant weu cnoug... ..us -- , of ant llrave't Deed United States Generals, Jripi s Ji ck "Mnmle, whoo pnrtrnlt away from us wo stand benumU-- lu tlier series by Season." M'.l.i.v V now - a - ilaV' without Penrlinp. Ami A how sic kyou loo ked and ej Tlio prospectus for thovuiulng yoarot 'Jht It Hi it insour Ipelietl" Mamie "Columbod and benumbed In mind an i U-- to you ."uM;iiMfon Is more vorlcl unit i;etierau bus' Jewcicr' Weekly. told you how many hard tl gs they WL thu strati). part of it is, that you Wo Maud among numbed In soul. ever. wln suhscriho 1 line I.l'r. nml Then dead neighbors our dead famllle. and ' heard about you and .bey told than rcrctto Tliosopaor ficotoJiin at onco l'oii rr Keoblo Lungs Against Winter f II In Hi Hanking .. will 1, 1KKL il should bf willing to suflcr, when it's m unr it ncrrtvrn and ralnttwldettl Mo I Coinr. Ilir llrrnt llrmriily to .tan 1 iipfor nnd for n fulltlio ynnr from Unit date. Only with II c Honey of Hureliumt mul 'lar. wo say: "Will wo ever gcWr ." you how often they had l,lc- -i rinan liy Itov. 1. lieyour loss and not for your " llTfinjear. AiMross Tun Youth's Cou. Pike s loottiaclio Hropscuro In ono minute. 'I li ltlln 8iin Mmu I'olUti Is lifUIInt,Ooflp. Yes wo will get over n.nld the s at-- J you in ' WA U only for lit TnliiinK1. s rAMON, llostou, Mass almost that iv-- j i iwi Ii. IhirM.io.aiid ilia roniuinrr rr noUa lugs of Heavenly reunion, nnd wcw gam. lli.it orflwucaainnillli'fniiKliw urn "What are tho two capital of Ti ( ood. pious conwrated. look back What kind of HinarlrVliulnr iproiuidly) distress cf .of 'the battles. dlM(jrecblos lthi o. , In with pcasl Wh) , splco la most adulterated -- . ' In il nnd C Knto rub, rub, runisn t saving you any- Tlif test .elected by l)r, Tn.liu.iffe la'.t bereavement to allas thesetcmnornr 4ls- ng I peppar, of course, TIIR CULEDRATKD Field's Washington. 1. only tho "A ". bliock of roni com - -- "Fiimla.v was uung. 0 if ' lienvcn nil ineir aucmiioiu costing you money. Wr.r t t'ssfft nf liusuincr tlmo. nnlmtmt as 111. , season. " v . Thrro lllrsalngt In (in. utti In Ills httskcd Off. Koch ona Is ns I, V LOOK AT TI1K .,i tlliiv- - nmlnrtl fnr n lilfrlil It is imply wearing out the A triplet Of benefit Is comprised In th as Tills l the tlma of the year for huslf SIZK of tho nn.l can be. Kveryone he meets as happy single word vigor ThU Implies good np. you havo recently been In cometh in .the morning." "Light ... Itt ho can be If thin , that you're washing. pill. InR corn. .. .... 1.... Am u ............ ...1.1 II. u r ip.'k , , , . letito, Bound sloop, tlio power to.dlgest, miui mini lilt1 Think of nil tho the flohli of lVmcylvanla, or New Jer- uus HosU'ttvr's btomnch Hitter endows nu en Heaven oiu creat neignuor.u i ?XM?r;y2F Cook Book 11 Win would you rather do it? troublo and sey, or New Yoilc, or Now l'tiiluni, or as he clapped his hands "light, an. tecbled with lgor. It insures di A" ,fts ?ml I""'"'' that it m&mmzz&' for a moment." Tho chill o. " II Tli ' 11 what the women who districts, jm gefttion, helps nightly repose, nnd luerenspi In any of the country causes you. frosts followed br tho Bladnes t at Mers all mllllora re, all ba a"otcrs. test fnr tlio food ItcimblcK lhnsstemic T linow'tlint the com I" all cut. Wouldn't you are .tviiur tllojr strciu'th and (Sod. the father, with Ills children all assimilate f --It Is potent In nmlnrlii, tonsil wcleomo tho cometh In "like n shock of corn c n.o.U The sharp l.nlfo struck through In ali tho pittlon, liver und kidney complaint and I "1 ''" 'No "(Tood-b- y easier to their clothes with Pcarlinc can't un'' rsuntl. FREE - and lift them nil nlonp the Holds in in hU season." Mnlktho hills. rheumatism. take, and easier Of course, the rupuIou prnceri will tell yon time male air. No grave cut in all 1'eddleti and some V ill until a man came with n bundle of rolling over bed of In Its nays. If i T Wiutino materials Drains, ejes nnd t i. ...in. .i ti,. ltiver of ervstal v ""thl U coh1 m" f "the same ai I'caillnr," fT'S at the same tlm htrttw and twisted a few of these wisps lUMKii "I'll mhii iiiu im ui uorn. and pearl, under arch of chrysopwse, in,n h.ind .not for sale at stationers'). luclc. - VV CLX V-- i I'Al Si: rcitline U r er edillril. If )nur grixericnil husking peg had to bo thrust In It dlil Ton mor of straw Into a band, and then Cathertire. Stand ! jAMr.s A cl'iir for nearly nil Hie common New York. ko the hard thumb of tho husker laJP seas of glass mingled with cor II That l the en with Dr. l'lerco'i you an Imitation, he honest itn J il huk. ine up as much of the corn as he could como down on the swathing of thet.i'' nt the cate of tho granary nnd ice the. For 10 Cinli In Stamp Tills. For salo by nil I'll wmt 1'elleU. They're Uio sinallt In compass with his arms h bound It with dluggWla. !! cents. tho most six,. I'm mildest In action, hut grain como in; out of the frost into tho there, was a pull and ti. then Unlike the Dutch Process IENT rOSIPAID in iwuna. 1 noy Ely's Cream Balm this wisp of straw, and then stood it in nnd a ruthless tearing, thor Uj'li ad and then a i " sunshine, out of the darkness into THE MARKETS," foil ir nature's mthoils and tlicy give help -tlio Hold In what is called n shook ploto A ILL rt! UK as the light, out of the tearing nnd the il,.. ,if. i:ointlnilllon. inn fesiiou. liuious No Alkalies There uio at least two billion bushels free, snapping off before the corn c" ripping nnd tho twisting and tho 13 mo. 370 Pig!. Fully llluitntad. CI.VC1XN At'i 'A Sleknnd 1IIII0111 HeadaelKw, nnd all and if tho husk could havo Tt. NtlV. 19. Oil if corn- either standing In the shook, or it w ould havo said: "Why do yousp. " wrenching nnd lacerating nnd tho LlVnSTOCK-Catt- lo ,ir,. nmeiitiiof tho liver, stomnch and lioirel 71 8 CoinmonK The nlrcady huskoil. Of her Chemicals veu nn.i j vrnunniu cunsu IiiuiiijCook Hook iTor pub been nnd fiM Tho ore prjnipuy reiio Cnolre butchers IN husklne time of csrth into the wldo HOOlAmimon Why do yoit wrench me A nto Ml'KtCill (111 Ilpliod lrcrt 1'iiftrali hi jiiaiwia 5 10 (j a s fanners pathcr, one day on ono farm, my me? ID uted In lb 1 riiiin (loml Aroifivtlinloi (W It 5 Tl " If no can't euro your Catarrh, no mn.ter onti(. Inslantlr mndn iiv "n ruidrtinco friends that Is the way God lias ar- - open door of tho king's Bi"y. "llko SHKKP-r.w- espickers on unothcr farm, unci thun another day retatloit ot S for to nny mar in I 60 as a(hock of corn cometh In in his sea-an-d Applr nimlnmrohnitr1l ii 4 Ml rookltiuln nil Its ilvrattmcnt, Itlacontain Ts and they put on their rough huskinff ranged that the car and husk shahr ' y you fVH) in rash " That Is what T.A IIHirt wWarntnSt Nt ii s OO ! ii W. llAKKH.ttU'8 InvoJu nUo a mnillciil ilrpnrtiusnt which , S lii U 2 Itt KkOL'lt Winter fnmllv that is tho way ho has arraf J'.d i ruts nri t of l)r 8aRo' mUwl br tho apron, and they take tho huskinff peff, . brat-N- o, lUIH. Hlll!ir0l11. APOUII'irmiH"'llMirui S red OKA IN . "eaven is u 5 W it t , rl, lt.itiIr proprietor rrove, iwrannM drras. nnd ih.iiuoii IVnt it Inrntoil No. 3 Till which is u pleco of Iron with a leathern that the body nnd soul shall sep.riH' . tl t" ths i any wnnl cotiM, that this Is a remedy ,u vuw ...vv BreakfastCocoa Advtoo titu mi. motlioraiiud duu.btoia.u- - woll ns S mixed 41 You can nlTord to have your pi t al JJ OI lno lluSMlll mill.-Cl VPT&WWQ fornNa a M Bint tiirri l alarm I lvhu oniyou veuia. loop, fastened to tho hand, and with it 3 spea io O.ls-S'o- .t! torountf in iwrlitpf reeling so tug no aocunes 10 lulled. ii M ThoC'Inoinimll, Ifsmllton k P'Tlon unsheath the corn from the husk and distresses w hen you know that they arc Romo one that Is not so large. ArchRye No S Q trhlth It nbtnluttty li 9 vtlioan dlnlnit-cis- r ISM QIJ&J toss it into thu golden heap. Then tho only forwarding tho soul's libera! 'n. angel willing to listen to smallest ItAY l'rlme to eholco JINfCI iin( luhtllt mil. Pwl(rrsfc. (UiiriuJtTill lit W iMhKl.N T. (jlnelnnntl nnil lhlcnirn la rNmtina tlweu for thm 10 0) trl M leaf is only a plunge iiii(Hirli coolilnij nml mcnll'iior uf Ui" roenii. wagons come along and takes it to tho Every rheumatic pain Ulimortfinnthrretlmr$ (inodlrot 1S0J mIHOJ of caste Imvn torn Hi oilillon of of tho husking peg. Every ne(V Sc cherub. No bolting of the door ritOVISIONS Mess pork BI3T1 Arri 'hutAtroHtiiol im fj llook.iHilillli,vf fiplal fion.ton'irtliUC'oolc corn-criur wltti Htirch. ss lil.li will beont t.& 9 ?i aitjps. at ono Heavenly mansion to keep ou IiM Prime nlivtm -j About corn as an Important cereal or twlngo is only a twist by the hu'scr. the citizen of a, smaller mansion. Nv llUTl on rcooliitot inn r.nii In aiii(r. null 11 lit iiiuiv ta dalr J....... SO U JTOTiat nonncmi vfinir irti innn ou rni it tup. I'. (). Wcl'ormlci. (lnnrral I'nx.'iiutir an. I (1 tri lrtm. torti1ci'cremcry corn an u. matapYior the lUble is constant- Tliern i rnWIl the sfio rails.) roino 'ellqno lu one corner whispering ntou' Il l iltll'tutw, iwuilliliif, auU aulL ickot Atnt . O, II. & U. 1U lUUIuoiuuall. (J, Al'ri.i:- 3M (i 4 m sjc erbM H- - Vx!,'o","r-Tm,",'',',"'"1," ly spcnklng. Yon know about the people out Soiv" waywny the ship must be a clique in another corner. David tolo J)TA!OKS-I-I'rlme. bbl . Vr S J O 8 I ' Diatlt'U 12. A N IC MUl r Ss'6ositCi iiiiLLBsLLLLH ti, J li'ClnKr tmjM. i V."".' Wmrfl. In fnniliiocotiilrir to buy vara of Joseph, brokn. Some giant-killetng none of tho airs of n Ni:V YOHIf Hwlrlf"n,ltL I ' "' . ill.. VlirM VI llll I Ml Til lllt't tUlal'll I'l I.IKlJ lnwi HMlfr in lr qtJaN a.l .1. Mid the foxes on fire runulni? Into tho launc'ied for heaven'y voj.ue. You Carxii Connmptlon, Conghs, Cm tip, Hor I VUk.r.TI, lr.WJj.0.1-ij.Pair to tuner O.W rjMrr lOI. I n)LIt W. B&KIJl & CO., Corcbutcr, Mom. ... in a at ( Ik. I ! m ll AlmlUii U ISU must let tho Heaven'y Hustandman Joshua making no ono halt until lis Olt.UN-- W frautt, 11 u rArtMrcif "slundlng corn," und about r ThruaU Sold by ill DiuikUu on a tiurnlr. red. n f because ho made tho sun nnd No. ... "'.a t;! treading out the corn, nndwt'out ij husk otT tho morta ity from tho passeshalt 1'oul making no assumption COUN i red mlxe.1 NixS to ,ji M Thero ought to bo moon in immortality. ercn thin car ofvorn tli' Ji vj Su ordinary preacher of II SO tfll l'hnraoh's dream devoured ho seven great consolation In this for nil over tho most Namaan, captain of tho IOKK Niw mens UK) 10 lfAKU Western steam who havo chronic ailments, since the righteousness. "parched "'o gootl ears, 4nd iJ Va OiUC'AaU. IP beautiful HutU Lord is gradually and more mildly Syrian hosts, no more honored thn tho FLOUK-Wlncorn" handed i ler 3 SO AIM pntents captive maid who told him whero to get hinof Iiothlchcm, taking nway from you that by tho'harrcstera H a good doctor. AWgal's No SCh'csjiospilnif five measures of ders your soul's liberation, dolrg grad4 . M nd S O my soul, what a country! Tho ( l ,i"parc'icd corn" with which she hoped ually for you what for many of us in (JL 0t-m No, ! man n king. Tho poordo in one humblest POKK-Mi10 appease the enemies of her drunken robust health perhaps He II 1 k;13 .j meanest J.AHD-hl- lm V queen. The i O husband, and David's description of the fell blownt tho last. At thclosoof est woman a UALTIMOKIi alleys "covered over with corn," and every Illness at tho close ..f every par- house a palace. Tho shortest lifetime rt.oun-Fmiiy w hat is more strange im a 4 "the handful of corn In the earth," and oxysm, you ought to say. I.ankGod, an eternity. And o.: n, 73,, ; ti 9 "tho full corn In the car," and Christ's that is all pxst now; thank Uod, I will nbout it all is no may get there. "Not Corn Mlxixt Oils Mlxnl hi I) never havo to suffer that agi a; thank I," says wiuo one standing back under Sabbath morning walk; through Hl nlOlO and the disciples ''plucking c.irs God, I nm so much nearer the hour of the galleries. Yes, you. "Not I," says WIUO 4 SI quality of corn," and so I am not surprised to liberation." You will never suffer the some ono who bos not been in church OAITLB-H- nu ti 4 W JltXJs. OW "Jffv.x L4rT7Pj-XWr,mKV g time referred to in my same pain twice. You may have a new for fifteen years before. "Not I," said find G INDIANAI'Ot.IS. iVr--X P?Q text: "As a shock of corn comcth In his pain in an old place, but never t'lo same some ono who ha len for fifty years OHAIN' Wheat Na I red . OCT Corn NaSrcil, , pain twice. Tho pain does it J t. Jrlc and filling up his llfo with all kinds of fccason." 1t000 PACES. O S8 52 NUMBERS. Oate Na S O Yes you. How vividly to all those of us who then it dies. Just so many p unges of wickedness. LOUIbVILLK. Thero are monopolies on earth moto frco tho were born in tho country comes the re- tho crow-ba- r the Bible Mouse, New York, at $1.50 a Year. Louis Klopscli, Publisher. Published Every Wednesday 4 00 nopolistic railroads and monopolists tiUAIN Winter rtitentreit . .. Tl1. (Sli membrance of husking time. Wo wait- for tho building. heal Na S Com-.li- ed vl 4 , ed for it as for a gala day of the year. Just so many strokes of the chisel to telegraph companies and monopolistic 31U It wns called a frolic. The trees having complete tho statue. Just so many grain dealers but no monopolies In re- TOHK Mem ..., .. . . UuO is 13 C 3 OJ for the most part shed their foliage, pangs to separate the soul from the ligion. All who want to be saved may l.AI(l-blcthe farmers waded through tho fallen body. You w ho hae chron ? ailmcuts bo saved "without money and without leaves and came through the keen and disorders, aro only paung In in- price." Salvation by the Lord Jesus morning air to tho gleeful company stallments that which some ( us will Christ for all the people. Of course, use The frosts which had silvered every- have to pay In one payment when wo common sense in this matter. You can thing during the night began to melt pay the debt of nature. Tlunk God, not expect to get to Charleston by tak"While therefore, ye who havo ciirinic dis- ing the ship for rortland, and you can fit the top of tho npHE brightest and best religious paper in the world is THE CHRISTIAN HERALD. It Is edited in Dr. Talmage's have so mud) icss suf- not get to Heaven by going in opposite tho farmers wcro waiting for others, orders that !, Xfj I BBBB- jBBBBV they stood blowing their breath fering at the last. Thank G iJ that you direction. Uelievo In tho Lord Jesus happiest vein, beautifully illustrated, with a Profusion of timely Pictures, well executed, admirably Printed on through their fingers or thrashing their will liave so much less to fee in the Christ and thoushalt bo saved. Through excellent paper, and Issued 52 times a year, at $1.50 per annum. arms around their body to keep up way of pain at tho hands of the Heaven- that one gate of pardon and peace all warmth of circulation. Hoaring mirth ly Husbandman when "the shock of the race may go in. Amid a host of other delightful Attractions, every "Hut," says some one, "do you really greeted tho late farmer as ho craw led corn cometh in his season." over the fence. Joke an-.- l repartee and Issue contains a charming PIECE OF MUSIC, esI'erhaps now this may bo an answer think I would be at homo in that surustic salutation abounded. All ready, to u question w hlch I asked cue Sab- pernatural society if I should reach it?" pecially selected by MR. IRA D. S VNKEY. In fact now The men take hold of tho shock bath morning, but did not answer: Why I think jou would. I know you would, uriBHKj of corn and hurl it prostrate, while the it is that so many really good pcoplo I remember that in tho husking time ". ltv f THE CHRISTIAN HERALD sparkles with Bright moles and mice which have secreted have so dreadfully to suffer? You of- there was great equality of feeling and Beautiful things from stem to stern, from centhemselves there for warmth attempt ten find a good man with enough pains among tho neighbors. There at one a farmer would be at work escape. nnd aches and distresses you would tre to circumference, and from New Year's Day The withe of straw is unwound from think, to discipline n whole co.ony, who ow ned 200 acres of ground. Tho OiVIS . ibiT and tho stalks, heavy while you will find a man who is per- man whom ho was talking with nt tho Both tho method nwl results when to New Year's Eve. k owned but thirty acres with the wealth of grain, are rolled Into fectly useless going about with easy next of Figs is taken; it U pleasant It is useless to attempt a list of forthcoming two bundles, between which the busker digestion and steady nervss and saining of ground, and perhaps all that covered nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acts sits down. Tho husking peg is thrust health, and his exit from the world is by a mortgage. That evening, at tho gently NOTABLE ARTICLES. THE CHRISTIAN HERALD yet promptly on tho Kidneys, in until It strikes tho corn, and then the comparatively painles-s- . Haw do close of the husking day, one man drovo fingers rip off the sheathing of the car, you explain tnatv tell, i noueeu homo n roan span so frisky, so full of Oliver aim jjowci, cleanses tho y. i Is the ONLY PAPER IN THE WORLD EDITED BY and there is a crack as the root of the in tho husking time that tho bus,.-in- life, they got their feet over tho traces;. t:m efTcctimlly, dispels cold, head- DR. TALMAGE, who makes every article notable, nclies and levers nnd aires habitual The other man walked home. husk, and corn is snapped off from the peg was thrust Into the corn and Great difference in education, great constipation, Pyrup of Figs is tho the grain disimprisoned is hurled up then there must bo n stout pullbcfro and every number PEERLESS. into the sunlight. The air is so tonic, the swathing was taken off the car and difference in worldly means; but I no- only remedy of its kind ever proticed at the husking tlmo they all duced, pleasing to tho taste nnd actho work is to very exhilarating, the tho full, round, healthy, luxuriant nro Then there is a great host of beautiful, timely company is so blithe, that sonio laugh, was developed; while, on tho ether seemed to enjoy each other's society. ceptable to tho ttoraacli, prompt in y aid not ask any rann now inucn its action nnd truly beneficial in its Pictures, DRAWN EACH WEEK SPECIALLY for and some shout, and some sing, and hand, there was corn that har.1 y 1 some banter, and some teaso a neighbor scorned worth lmsltin?. Wo throw that property he owned or what his eJuea- - effects, prepared only from tho most THE CHRISTIAN HERALD. curron. for a romantic ride along the edge of the Into a place all by itself, and wo caned , "on naa been, itiey an sccracu to Dt healthy ana ngrcenlilo substances, its woods in an eventide, in a carriage that it "nubbins." Sotno of it was mildenc I happy together in thoso good times. many excellent qualities commend To this feast of good things we cordially invite you. Opening your doors to THE CHRISTIAN HERALD is like it d holds but two.and some prophecy as to and somo of It was and And so it will bo in Heaven. Ourl'athcr opening the shutters to let the glorious sunshine in. In fact a Christian Home in a Christian land should never be the numbers of bushels to the Held, nnu some of it was preat promise an n will gather Ills children around Him, to nil nnd havo mndo it tho most and the neighbors will como in and tho popular remedy known. others go Int'j competition as towh' h fulfillment nil cobs and no corn. without THE CHRISTIAN HERALD and a Genuine Oxford Teacher's Bible. oyrup of Furs is for ealo in 60c s before shall rillo the most After thu pood corn had been past w ill be rehearsed. And somo ono sundown. After a while tho dinner-Imr- n driven up to tho barn we came nround will tell of victory, and wo will all cele- and $1 bottles by nil leading, drug- Any reliablo drueirtst who gists. an 1 with tho coin basket nnd wc pIcLea up brate it. sounds from the . .. And somo one will tell of great may not havo it on handj" will prothe table is .surrounded by a group of tho.o nubbins. struggle, and wo will all praise tho cure it promptly for nny ono who From all the men. jolly and hungry They wcro worth saving, but not pantries nnd cellars and the perches of worth much. So nil round ns there are grace that fetched him out of it And wishes to try it. Do not accept any JH -S-aHBH -H-MHW -tB -aH - -MtM -H -HI fowl on the place the richest dainties people who amount to comparat.reiy some one will say: "Hero is my old eubnitute. A Beautiful GENUINE OXFORD TEACHER'S BIBLE to every $2 Subscriber to THE CHRISTIAN HERALD. I put away with heartd come, and there is carnival and nothing, 'i'hoy develop into no Kind of father that CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. reunion, and a scene which usefulness. They aro nibbled on one break; just look at him, ho is as young Then here Is your Golden Opportunity to secure BOTH, either to the same or to SEPARATE ADDRESSES, under the SAN flUM'SCO. CH. It !s our memory, pait with smiles but side by the world, and nibbled on the as any of us!" And 6omo one will say: lowtvnu. Kr. .f iv ro'r. n.r. more with tears, as uu remember that other side by the devil, and mildewed "Here is my darling child that I buried most Generous and most Magnificent Prethe farm belongs now to other owners, all over. Ureat promise and no fulfil- in Greenwood, and all the after years, mium Offer ever put before the American mid other hands gather in the Held, and lment All cobs and no corn. Nub' ns! of my life were shadowed with BM I many of those who mingled In that They nro worth saving. I suppose many desolation just look at her! Slio Till! Cil'NVINI Till' Public. Please bear In mind that you get merry husking scene have themselves of them will get to Heaven, but tney doesn't seem as if she had been been reaped, "like a shock of corn aro not worthy to be mentioned in the sick a minute." Great sociability. Great Oxford Teachers' Bible I Oxford Tcaclicrs'Biblc 99 Go in and cometh In In his season." samo day with thoso who went through neighborhood kindness. CO.IIfltlNI'.H I SENT FREE WITH What though John Milton sit dine. There Is a difference of opinion as to tribulation into tho klngiluin of The Holy NcrlpturcH bRc Orientals knew anything our God. one side and John Howard sit whether the down on ertneev Ami All Ilir llclps, about the corn as it stands In our fields; Who would not rather have the pains down on tlio other side. No embarrassMiiiitmiirivH l the fCM-in- l JXheClinstianHerald I. THE CHRISTIAN HERALD, the brightest Reli My ncnuatntance with Boschee's llimkH, Elizabut recont discoveries have found out of this life, tho misfortunes of this ment. What though Charlotte J TO EVXRT TEAXLT SUBSCRIBER Tallica Illustrating ScrlMurt II- . Germanbyrup was made about fourgious Newspaper In the world, for a whole year, and that tho Hebrews knew all about Inwould not rather bo torn, and beth bit down on one side nnd Hannah Cfiiicurtlittict-, 4c loKtlcrc- :i I dian male, for there have been grains wounded, and Incerated, and wrenrhcJ, .Mora sit down on tho other? Jo em- teen years ago. I contracted a cold AT S2.00 In Index 16 ujb1'erMiiiiM, Sutri . 2. A Beautiful Genuine Oxford Teachers' Bible of corn picked up out of ancient ""jpts and husked, and nt lust (o in amid tlio barrassment. A monarch yourself, why which resulted in n hoarseness and Kcfcrrncci. I'Uce. J4S0 rare'. U Uathtr Bonni, Contain! with Concordance, Colored Mars.and ALL the Helps. and exhumed from hiding places where reiy best (rraln of tho granary, than to bo embarrassed nmong monnrchs? A cough which disabled mc from fillCeiiiiluriiCHX .nj Iniet'Uy c( rt plTtnity Circnlt. Cltt W't. Ronnd OU and New rriumtnll. they wcro put down many centuries be pronounced not worth huskintr at songster yourself, why bo cmbarrased ing my pulpit for a number of SabCemeri. ni OverUppIn- tictt. ThU Hllllllliary o( the Aiwcryphal fir .t ngo, and they havo been planted In our nil? Nubbins! In other words. I want among glorified songsters? Go In and baths. After trying a physician, Printfd trom Clear Btautllnl Blole lllclluiiiiry c( ail ScutHuial i'r THE CHRISTIAN HERALD Is sent, post time and have come up just such Indian to say to you pcoplo who have distr'ss dine. Pearl Type, and Meaiarei when Open, N.mtl.lhtir 1'ronuncl.tlonan.lMtJ without obtaining relief I baw the malro(os wo raiso in New York and of body, and distress in business, and riapt Included the Bible WurtlH oiiHiilt'tc or Amir-paid, each wcck 52 tlmes-a- nd All the shocks of corn coming in in advertisement of your remedy nnd Ohio--, roJ otn rigi,t when I say in the I'nc' i!i II.Nt INCHES. that my distress of all sorts, the Lord has not their season. Oh, yesj in their season. obtained a bottle. I received quick CHARGES PRE I CIII.OKI'.IIrlCltll-TI'lt- l is sent by express, ALL te.t may refer to n shook of corn Just as nny (rrudj-- o you. It is not Not one of you having died too soon, or Wc Prepay Express Charges. MAl'H. you and I Wuirl it. Just as you and I derogatory, nainst complimentary. having died too late, or having died at and permanent help. I never hesiit is AllllllUlH of llic llllltc. L'.rta Ilibiclt lirlol.d l lh Oiloitf PAID. They may each go to separate ad- threw It, just as Sou nnd I hushed it. "Whom the Lord loveth Ho cl'aten-eth,- " haphuzard. Planted at just tlio right tate to tell my experience. Rev. W. inn rinvu.u' L'lili.riil Ilurtiion.v r tho UoDpcln, t Am.n Corner. In 1lDdOB 'J'hcro may como some practical und dresses if so desired. and it Is proof positive that thero time, plowed nt Just tho rigt time, cut H. Haggcrty, Martinsville, N.J. O comforting lessons to aU our, souls Is something valuable in you or the down at Just tho right time. while wo think of coming in at 'last Lord would not have busked you. Last year some WAITED just TOO LONG Husked just at the right time. Gar"like a shock of corn coming in Ids" " You remember, also, that In the tlmo nered nt just tho right time. Coming Babies arc always happy fen son. " and felt very much grieved and disapof husking it was a neighborhood re in in your season. Oh, I wish that tho It Is high tlmo that tho king of ter- union. jty the great In the two billion bushels of corn now in tho pointed at receiving their money back. ror weru tlunwu out of tho Chrlstinu winter, t. flrca roaTldK- - arourni They L tholr si tlol or ou typo way to tho seaboard when comfortable. socabubiry. A vast multitude of peo- plorified buck-logon the might be a But of the grand yield ot are comfortable when well. A few even wrote some rather unkind things, claiming that we ought to have given them the preference. ple talk of death as though it wcro the hearth, of which the modern stores nnd honor and glory and immortality when disaster of disasters instead o! being to registers are only the degenerate de- aU tho shocks come in. we must be fair to all, and hence, FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. They arc apt to be well when u good man the blessing of blessings. scendants, tho farmers used to Vnlue of III" HhlllliiK In 1000. It is moving out of a cold vestibule into and spend the evening, and thtro gather THE CHRISTIAN HERALD once introduced into a Home will soon become an abiding and ever welcome guest. fat; they worry and cry when would n warm temple. It Is migrating Into b much sociality; in Wo but it wu not uuy say A. know thatCd. a Shakespeare's day, Its Pictures, its Music, its Poetry and Stories delight the eye, the ear, the utiiii, the mind, and make each issue as I). 1000, proses of rcdolenceand perpetual fruit- tiling like the joy of tho day was a fortune thin. hushing time, age. It Is a change from bleak March for then all the any worklngman, say tho equivalent for bracing as October, and as to roseate June. It is u change of man- camo in tho veryfarmers came and they of 10 per annum. A century earlier, They ought to be fat ; their best humor, and they acles for garlands. It Is tho trans- camo beautiful as June. access to America was open before tho from beyond muting of tho Iron handculTs of earthly enmo from beyond ine.idow and tUoy to Knglish explorers, ono of the urdens nature is to be fat. Address tho brook and they incarceration into tho diamonded wrist- cumo from regions loft an two and three miles of Warwickshire youngerannuity of 10s. Money refunded If loo late for Bible lets of a brldul party; or to use the sug- around. is thin, we If your baby CltV. son, probably tO 999 Bible HOUSO, NOW York S per annum to n . gestion of my text, It Is only husking Good spirits reigned Ruprcme, na the poet's greaUgrandunclc. Thon if have a book for you cake-pu- l time. It is the tcarlngofT of the rough Od. n day would now be the equivalent sheath of tho body that the bright and thero wero great handshakings, and to 20s. n week, then 40s. per annum carnival, und there was the living free. the benutlful mu1 mav tro frco. iTnmim. there wastho brightest experience of all would cquato to 1'J0 of present values. V in "HUo a hhock of corn rometh In In recital of Valid facts in minor details can bo their Ids beason," Christ broUo up a funeral hood llvos, and thero was a neighborScoTTftDowi,Chralni,iSouihjihAeiiuf, gleaned from tho late Prof. Thorold reunion tho luoeesilon at tho jfatc of .Vain by maU-i- makes all tho nerves memory of which Ilogers' "History of Agriculturo and Nw York. Your drusgul Wei Scott'i Dnulilon of of my body tremu resurrection day for a younj- - man oil alldruigiiucvcrywhcitdo, fu ble with emotion a thobplrltsof a harp Prices." Notes and Queries. and hU mother. And I would that t " hen tho fingers of a player have swept could break up your badness nnd halt tho Tho story goes that a man wroto to Tho husking mo jonff mncral procession of tho tlmochords. neighborhood time was the tho editor of a horticultural paper askof tho r union, and ing what plant would bo suitable adworld's prlef by some cheering und so Heaven will bo just tu t. Thero ditions to tho dried grasses for winter cheerful view of tho last transition. DEAR DR. TALMAGE: ru WW DEAR SIR: I again send you $2.00 for another OXthey They Mi , tho old ornaments. Wo nil Know that liulclng Mini! was a villagecomo up! Tho editor replied: churchyard. I made the best bargain of the year when I There tbey come "Acrocllnlum roseum, A. album, FORD TEACHERS' BIBLE and THE CHRISTIAN HERALD tlmo of frost. a Krost on tho fence, up! Tlioy roillned u, l'rost on tho stubble. l'rost on thu nnd tho sculpture nm I - fountains globusa and G. globosa camea." for one year, both of which you will please send to sent you, two dollars for THE CHRISTIAN HERALD nnd t partcrroR of (.'round, l'rost on tho baro branches of a When tho man read this ho fairly city cemotery. tho trees, l'rost In tho air. Host on I'hoy went down Thero t. y como upl boiled over with rago, and ImmediateTheophilus McKcan, Cold Springs, N. J. and the OXFORD TEACHERS' BIBLE. Both have been when the riiin I ho hands of thu buskers. Yon rememly sent a uoto ordering his paper to ba llntturah. say that I am well pleased with the source of much pleasure. Now I want the home folks It is but just for me to ber o used to hide between the corn discontinued. He averred that an editor Thoy como up V" 1'iiln.' y K"e, Salvation Oil Hacks to iccrpotr tho wind, but Mill potters field nnd from u , sides from who swore in that way, Just beoauso the beautiful Premium Teachers' Bible and I tender you to have. THE CHRISTIAN HERALD. Enclosed find two out of .!, (,0Hd I Trlil llolllrrlij null you remember how hhlverlnp was tho ho was asked a simple question, should of Aiiarr . They have no support from him Washingbody and how painful was tho rlieclc come up! Westminster A bey my sincerest thanks for it. As for THE CHRISTIAN dollars for THE CHRISTIAN HERALD and OXFORD ,(IIIH.(0.,Mrtriilli.,4 Thoy come ui u tho nnd how benumbed wcro tho hand. ton Hatchet. "Iii'iililnn llnlilt CummI In In HERALD, I regard it as the "Prince of Family papers," TEACHERS' BIBLE to be sent to my brother, Hubert C. ti their better luturo husked HDIIIU '"-i- iluji. .Noimy till Hut lifter awhile tho Mm was high up How Valuable Ills Serrlces Must ' spondcnele nnd nil the frosts went out of tlio nir. Niday, Mercervllle, 0. Sincerely yours, J. E. NIDAY, in fact I love it next to the Bible. Yours sincerely, W.S1SI TIIU THU ..J fclM M Mil off All their him ,,, lie. Chuwlle Mr. JUbbon Is a very tpuso-fulnenud hilarities awakened tho echoes, und IMso's Itemrily for atarrh in tho H husked oh, 'i c Kraln, tho kind man. Ho snld I might go off on TAYLOR, Cold Springs, N. J. Rev. THOMAS Principal Public School, Reagan, Texas. joy, from ono corn shock went up. golden grain, lirst I.aeieit to Lb, BDilCLcaprtt ffl the (!o.l.fht,CfJ Kran and how long do you "Aha, alia!" nnd was answered by joy visible and conspicuous r'A lie. suld I might stay awuy? .somi) 0f them Miss from iinollicrroii) Mioek. "Aha, nha!" onourlhwtirohu.h il.,airrtf-aM- e Chris-thin- s Ilelght- -l OXFORD BSSLE If you can't guess. Clmwllo Ho will So wciill renlli that tho death ufour you conk) riend is tho nipping of many u.spcota- - premium. Now in .nidl in.ni In their sild I might stay as long a I pleased. b'.lil lij ruzuuts or lent tiy mall Hvauii t, ey aro o Vinkvu JJIndc Wc L. T. UfczeUlu, Wurrun, I'm. GIVE THANKS. Z. si-s- i Self Torture! J 1 ! ld 1 -- ,1 '''" well-men- ti I WLY a mivtJL vv n "7h ysf wm. r rsr S W.h"V,r(V-.v,VuV,Y- iiix-cues- back-breakin- g 1 iii-ii- "?" l7' , "k 'I ill Vv - Martha Washinfiton ; somo-thln- i? hu-ldn- WlTTrO tC fri.. Ills-Tu- lleoL-ham'-s qia j CATARRH 11 ! I.AMlW-llutilH- I I prtvi, ft r Garfield Tea TOII.UX-U-Mcdlot- n ,,- -.. Cures Constipation r A 1 LI tco -- Ii Ilall-roa- ij, Rijiini,K-".ii,ir.n- tha-ose- lij O.its-ml- ied '&,'WVST!&& WiVVVj -- ..O ired t'orn-Na- w-- M aUAiN-Whrat-N- corn-field- s, I.AltD-Ililmi- corn-huskln- jeti . . vtn r u quar-y-sto- ri-Ol'- at oiLUN.Nriuo IMtn-Mi- xed . uui fgppjRss A Christmas Present f rem Br. I aluie. 1 corn-shock- s. corn-shoc- k corn-shoc- k 13XJOYS corn-shoc- S'-rii- p g f mice-nibble- 1 corn-shock- farm-hous- OR, TALMAGE SENDS AS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FREE a neigh-Isirhoo- "German Syrup 2 Splendid Holiday Gifts for $2 ..fe-w- -- 1 7x11 - rr. V-- fire-plac- o s n r iiyiiiiiiti juh ! .",, d Gom-phren- )''' '''-'k'''''fc''''- ' ggg $ Two Letters to Dr. Talmage. ma-vm- FITSim i, llrlUM -- ss nup-pos- o mizmMzK 1 r Sfej 'S--, J are too late for he Mi ', jr. i' .rV'rrV PPRIHIH m refund yrw money. "Ti ..ui...iljirfiuuij.!lUa..t,uu.jiuiu-.''Liuuuuiar.- . ?gIM--------------il--------------------------------------------------------- "vi- - igg ... . -- . .Aafc J.: wrjs , . . ..ttoft. - ....... .'... ES - aiS3VT-n ,. "w ,. jawa-l"-- i . .. ' liMB.,i..t-'ag- j' !.- - v .;v.i?7Cl. iffii-iiMMr- irr rBLT.LKIA'J'mrfftTJ-W.wTi.'lVUU.I.-nH'I't't- l -) 5U ' '"W'-AiL-Wr- h"? ri'KTnr? 'i"" ' -- V -- '''TTri'TnTi fnTTMtr fTl if, GIVE THANKS. "Like a Shock of Corn Coming Season." It It tlir. In His t'uiiir lln.Ulnirllmiiorl.lt. nn.t Hie tJrciit llmiriily icl blc-- M rmnri liy Ito. T. He ltt Tnlinncr. I'. ' Tl.en disagreeables. Now, In com-utHenven all their offenslvoncss has becu In his season." husked oft l'aeh one Is ns happy as ho Ttil Is the tltno of the year for husk-In- ? can be. P.veryonc he meets ns happy as coin. I f you have recently been In ho can be. the Ileitis of l'onnsylvanln, or New Ilencn oni great neighborhood reNew York, or .New Knglnm!, or or union. All kln.r.s and queens all song In any of the country districts, you sters all mllllofalrcs, 1 nil banqueters. know that the corn Is all cut. is children nil Clod, tho father, with knlfo struck through tho In all ho The hiirji 111m. No 'good-b, "round all along the Ileitis In In his ttalk and lift them ' alr-- No grave cut n nil tho hills, Of course, the husking lime n bundle of until a man came with rough work with the ear of corn. Te U.ver of crystal rolling over bed of Mraw and twisted a few of thcM! wisps husking peg into had to bo thrusV In. ami pearl, mider arch of chrysoprase,Stand Rather-ln- p it straw Into n band, and then eas of glass mingled w 1th llro. could the hard thumb of tho huskcr lad o up as much of the corn as he car at tlio gate 01 me grnnnry uiw ro ." ompass w It'i his arms, ho bound It with come dow n on tho swathing of tho grain como In; out of the frost Into tho In nnd then there was a pull and tln this wisp of straw, and then stood It sunshine, out of tho darkness Into was a ruthless tearing, nnd then ( ne field in whnt is called n idiock nnd snapping ofT before tho corn a thu light, out of tho tearing nnd the There aicnt least two billion bushels free, nnd if the husk could have tho fn ripping nnd the twisting spi nf corn otthcr slaiullnir in the shook, or wrenching and lnceratlng nnd tho It w ould havo said: "Why do you having been already husked. The husklnc time of earth Into the wldo Why do you wrench me ' t ful men. Rather, one day on ono farm, ato me? my friends that Is the way God has ur-- , open door of tho king s Brnary, llko ud then another day on another farm, ot corn comclh ln iu 1,ls SCIV" " huskinp ranged that the car nnd husk shah' 1 and thoy put on their son. npron, and they take the husking peg, and that is tho wny ho has amnd Yes Heaven Is n great sociable, with body and soul shall scivatc which Is 11 ploeo of iron with a leathern that tho Xo ono there You can afford to have your plus al joy of the husking time. hand, and with It loop, fastened to tho feeling so big he declines to speak to nusu anti distresses w hen you know that the? are somo one that is not so large. Arch-nngunshoath tlie com Irom the toss It Into tho golden heap. Then tho only forwarding tho soul's libers' n. willing to listen to smallest Kvcry rhcunvttlc pain Is only a r r Sc w agons come along and take It lu tho of caste of tho liusklug peg. Kvery neo:a t.'C cherub. Xo bolting of the door corn-crito keep twinge Is only a twist by the h iscr. nt ono Heavenly mansionmansion. on About corn as an Important cereal or X. ot & smaller niuM eomo tho cltlien corn ns 11 matnpbor the lUble is constant- Thero Is clique In out kop wnJ' the sThi.jjc must be a clique in one corner whispering nbou' ly speaking. You know about tho pcojdc another corner. David tnlo Some way the ship In fiimiiio coming 10 miyvorn uruoscpn, brpWn. giant-killeinuneAed for heaven'y vojaje. You ing none of tho airs of n imil tho foxes on fire running into th imist let tho Heavenly lluslandman Joshua making no one halt until lit "stamllnir corn." and about tho.xen passes because ho mado tho sun nnd treading out tho corn, ancl'oni' '"" husk olf tho mortn ity f r 'ra tho moon halt Paul making no assumption Thero ought to bo lu Immortality. tlm rcven thin cars ofcrn ordinary preacher of Pharaoh's dream doTonre.1 tho seven great consolation in tMls for all over the most Xamaau, captain of tho "parched who havo chronic ailments, since the righteousness. good " oars, ind no moro Syrian corn" handed i" beautiful ltutli Lord is gradually and more mildly captlvo hosts who told honored than tho hiin whero to get maid of llcthlchcm, taking nway from yon that w'i h hinby tlieharrcsters flvo measures of ders your soul's liberation, do'ng grad- n good doctor. jiniH AWtfal'n O my soul, what a countryl The .pnrWicd corn" with which she hoped ually for you what for many of us In lo appease the enemies of her drunken robust health perhaps He will do In on humblest man a king. Tho poor husband, and David's description of the fell blow at the last. At thclosoof est woman u queen. The meanest alleys "covered over with corn," and every illness at the close vf crery par- house a palace. Tho shortest llfetlmo "the handful of corn In the earth," and oxysm, you ought to say T ank God, nn eternity. And whnt Is more strange "the full corn In the car," and Christ's that Is nil past now; thanu Hod. I will nbout It nil Is wo may get there. "Not never havo to suffer tnat aga nj thank I," says somo ono standing back under Sabbath morning walk' through and tho disciples ''plucking cars God, I am so much nearer tl.ehourof the galleries. Yes, you. "Xot I," says of corn," nnd so I am not surprised to liberation." You will never sailer tho some ono who has not been In church "Xot 1," said llnd time referred to In my same pain twice. You may have a new. for fifteen years before. text: "As a shock of corn comcth In his pain In nn old place, but never to same some ono who has been for fifty years pain twice. The pain doc Its jrk and filling up his llfo with all kinds of fccason." How vividly to all thoso of us who then It dies. Just so tnanj p unges of wickedness. Yes you. Thero aro monopolies on earth moto free tho the crow-ba- r were born in tho country comes the nopolistic railroads nnd monopolistic of husking time. We wait- for the building. Just so many strokes of the chisel to telegraph companies nnd monopolistic ed for It ns for a gala day of tho year. It was called a frolic. The trees having complete tho statue. Just t3 many grain dealers but no monopolies In refor the most part shed their folluge, pangs to separate the soul frjm the ligion. All w ho want to be saved may the farmers waded through the fallen body. You who have chron ailracuts be saved "w Ithout money nnd without leaves and came through tho keen nnd disorders, nro only pa mg In In- price." Salvation by the Lord Jesus morning air to the gleeful company stallments that which some f us will Christ for all the people. Of course, use The frosts which had silvered every- hare to pay in one payment when wo commou sense. In this matter. You can thing during the night began to melt pay the debt of nature. Ti.-u- k God, not expect to get to Charleston by takWhile therefore, ye who havo c r 'nlc dis- ing the ship for Portland, and you can ntl the top of the tho farmers were waiting for others, orders that you have so raiiM icss suf- not get to Henven by going In opposite they stood blowing their breath fering at the last. Thank G ij fiatyou direction. Ilellcvo in the Lord Jesus through their fingers or thrashing their will have so much less to fee ln the Christ nnd thoushalt bo saved. Through that one gate of pardon and peace all nrms urouml their body to keep up way of pain at the hands of the Heavenwarmth of circulation. Uoarlng mirth ly Husbandman when "tho shock of the race may go ln. greeted tho late farmer as he crawled corn comcth In his season." "Hut" says some one, "do you really over the fence. Joke n"l repartee and Perhaps now this may bo an answer think I would be at homo ln that surustic salutation abounded. All ready, ton question which 1 asked ono Sab- pernatural society if I should reach It?"' now Tho men take hold of the shock bath morning, but did not answer: Why I think jou would. I know you would. of corn and hurl it prostrate, while the It Is that so many really goo 1 peoplo I remember that ln tho husking time moles and mice which havo secreted havo so dreadfully to suffer'1 You of- thero was great equality of feeling themselves there for warmth attempt ten find a good man w Ith enough pains among the neighbors. There nt ono a farmer would be at work escape. nod aches and distresses yu.t would The withe of straw is unwound from think, to discipline a whoio coiony, who owned 200 ncrcs of ground. Tho ibu" and the stalks, heavy while you will ilnd a man who U per- man w hoin ho was talking w Ith at tho k owned but thirty acres with the wealth of grain, arc rolled into fectly useless going about with easy next two bundles, between which the huskcr digestion and steady nerves and s lining of ground, nnd perhaps all that covered sits down. Tho husking peg Is thrust health, and his exit from the world is by a mortgage. That evening, at tho How do close of the husking day, one man drovo in until it strikes tho corn, and then the comparatively painles-fingers rip oft the sheathing of the ear. 3'ou explain that? wen, 1 nowu homo n roan span so frisky, so full "f life, they got their feet over tho traces. n and thero is n crack as the root of the in the husking time that the is snapped oil from the husk, and Ing peg was thrust Into the corn and The other man w alked home. Great differonco ln education, great the grain disimprisoned is hurled up then there must bo n stout pull before into the sunlight. The nir is so tonic, tho swathing was taken off the car and difference in worldly means; but I nothe work is so very exhilarating, the tho full, round, healthy, luxuriant jrn ticed at the husking time the' all company is so blithe, that some laugh, was developed; while, on tho ct'ier seemed to enjoy each other's society. and some shout, nnd some sing, and hand, there was corn that har'iv 1 hey did not nsk any man how much some banter, nnd some teaso n neighbor seemed worth husking. Wo threw that property he owned or what his educafor a romantic ride along tho edge of the into a place all by itself, and wo called tion had been. They all seemed to bt happy together In those good times. woods ln an eventide, in a carriage that it "nubbins." Some of it wasmlldene d holds but tuo.anil some prophesy as to and some of it was acJ And so It will bo in Heaven. Our Father the numbers of bushels to the field, and some of It was great promise nni n will gather His children around Him, others go into competition ns to wh' h fiillillment all eohs nnd no corn. Nub-- ! and thu nelghhors will come In and tho s before bins! After tho pood corn had been past will be rehearsed. And some ono shall rillo the most sundown. After a while the dinner-hor- n driven up to tho barn we cams nround will tell of victory, and wo will all celeon I nlth tho coin basket and we plctca up brate It. sounds from the And some ono will tell of great the table is mrrounded by a group of thoso nubbins. They wero worth savinir, but not struggle, nnd wo will all praise the jolly and hungry men. 1 rom all the pantries and cellars nnd the perches of worth much. So all round us there are grace that fetched him out of It And fowl on the place the richest dainties people who amount to comparat.rely some ono will say: "Hero Is my old d come, and there I carnival and nothing. Thoy develop Into no hind l father that I put nwny with heartreunion, and a scene which usefulness. They nro nibbled on one break; just look at him, he is us young II 's our memory, pait with smiles but side by the world, and nibbled on tlie as any of us!" And somo one will say: more with tear, os we remember that other side by tho do vll, nnd mliicived "Here is my darling child that I buried nnd all the after years t in Gresnwood, the farm Wlongs now to other owners all over. Great promise and no and other hands gather in the iield, nnd All cobs nnd no corn. Nubi ns' of my llfo were shadowed with Sho many of thoso who mingled In that Thoy aro worth savlnjr. I supposo many desolation just look at horl merry husking scene have themselves of them will get to Heaven, but they doesn't seem ns If sho had been been reaped, "like a shock of corn are not worthy to be mentioned in the sick a minute." Great sociability. Great Go in and coineth In in his season." aamo day with thoso who went through neighborhood kindness. There is a difference of opinion ns to pri'nt tribulation Into tho hlngd.mof dine. What though John Milton sit whether tho Orientals know anything our God. down on one side and John Howard sit nbout the corn as it stands in our fields; Who would not rather have the pains down on the other side. No embarrass-inen- t. What though Charlotte Elizabut recent discoveries have found out of this life, tho misfortunes of this life that tho Hebrews know nil nbout In- who would not rather be torn, and beth sit down ou one side nnd Hannah dian maize, for thero have been grains wounded, and lacerated, and wrenched, Moro sit down on tho other? No emof corn picked up out of ancient 'rypts and hushed, and ut last po In amid the j barrassment. A monarch yourself, why .. ........ a.... nnd exhumed from hiding places where .icij 1.... . 11111 u. .l. iiaiiui, iiuin iu be embarrassed nmong monarchs? A uoi IH .. iiiu they were put down many centuries be pronounced not worth Iiuskinc ut songster yonraelf, why be embarrassed ngo, and they have been planted In our nil? Xubbinsl in other words. I ivai.t among glorified songsters? Go In and time uud haecome up just such Indian to tay to you pcoplo who have distress dine. malioftns we raise in New York and of body, and distress In business, and All the shocks of corn coming in in Ohio-- , so I am right when I say that my distress of all sorts, tho Lord has not their season. Oh, yes; in their season. text maj refer to n shock of corn justns any grudge against you. It is not Not one of you having1 died too soon, or you and I bound it, just as you and I derogatory, it having died too late, or having died at Is complimentary. threw it, just as qu nnd I husked It. "Whom tho Lord loveth Ho chasten-eth,- " haphazard. Planted at just tho right Thero may como some practical and and it is proof posltlvo thnt thero time, plowed at just tho rigt time, cut tomforting lessons to aU our souls Is something salunble in you or tho down at just tho right time. whllowo think of coming In at'loit Lord nould not huve bushed you. Husked just at the right time. Gar'like a shock of corn coming ln Ids' VYou remember, aUo, that In the time nered nt just tho right time. Coming reason." ot "Halting Jt was a neighborhood re- in in your season. Oh, I wish thnt tho It Is high timo that the king of ter- union. Jty the great 2 billion bushels of corn now In tho In rors weru tluown out of tho Christian winter, n. tire Toaf'K- - nroun tho two o on tbetr way to the seaboard . Uld socnbulary. A vast multitude of peo- plurified back-logon tho might be a typo of the grand yield of ple talk of death as though it were the hearth, of which tho modern Moves and honor and glory and immortality when disaster of disnstcrs instead of being to registers are only the degenorato de- all tho shocks come in. a good man the blessing of blessings, scendants, the farmers used to gather Value of the KliHIIng In 1000. it is moving out of a cold vestibule into and spend the evening, and thixo viould Wo know that In Shakespeare's day, n warm temple. It Is migrating Into be much sociality; but It was not any gropes of redolence and perpetual fruit-ngthing liko tho joy of tho husulng time, say A. I). 1000, Cd. n day was a fortune It is a change from bleak March for then nil the farmers came and they for any worklnginnn, say tho equivalent 10 per annum. A century earlier, to roseate June. It is a chango of man- cmno in tho very best humor, and they of acles for garlands It is thu trans- camo from beyond tho uccesn to America was open mention- - and they before muting of tho Iron handcuffs of earthly camo from beyond tho to English explorers, ono of the brook and they of Warwickshire left an annuity urdens Incarceration Into the diamonded wrist- came from regions two und three mUcs per annum to a younger son, of 40s. lets of 11 brldul rarty; or to uso the sug- around. probably . gestion of my text, it Is only husking Then if Good spirits rolgncd Ruprcme, and the poet's time. It is tho tearlngoff of the rough thero were Od. n day would now be the equivalent great sheath of tho body that the bright and there was carnival, handshakings, ond to 20s, a week, then 40s. per annum and thero was the would cquato to JtlSO of present values. the beautiful soul may go free. Coming recital of tho In "like a shock of corn comcth In in their lives, brightest experience of all Valid facts In minor details ran bo and thero was a neighborhis season," Christ broko up a funeral hood reunion tho memory of svhich gleaned from tho late Frof. Thorold procession at tho gate of Xain by mak- makes nil Hogers' "History of Agriculture and the nerves ing u resurrection day for n young man ble with emotion ns ut my body trem- Prices." Notes and Queries. the spirits of ohorp nnd his mother. Ami I would that I v hen the lingers of a player havo swept could break up your sadness and halt the chords. Tho story goes that n man wroto to The husking tho long funeral procession of the time of tho neighborhood time was tho tho editor of a horticultural paper askminion, and ing what plant would be suitable adworld's grief by some cheering and so Heaven will bo just tli.t. Thero ditions to tho dried grasses for winter cheerful view of tho lust transition. thoy como up! Tlioy sltrs jn tho old ornaments. Wo nil know that husking time was n village Tho editor replied: churchyard. There tltno of frost a I'rost on Iho fence, up! Thoy reclined nui! j u)0 they come "Aoroclinlum roseum, A. album, fountains globusa and O. globosa camea." l'rosl on the stubble. i'rost on tho und tho hcnlpture nnd ttn parterres of ground. When tho man read this ho fairly Frost on the bare branches of (i city comotury. There tin tho trees I'rost in tho air. I'rost on 1'hoy went down whon tin- y coino up! boiled over with rage, and ImmediateMilp foundI ho hands of the huskers. ly scut a note ordering his paper to be You remem-tie- r ered oir Capo llattumh. wo used to hide between the corn Thoycomu up from 1,11 sides from discontinued. He averred that an editor Hacks to keep off thu wind, but still potter's Held ond who snore In that way, just beaauto out of mi0 solid you remember how shivering was the question, should ho was of Mtmlnstcr A obey. They havo no asked a simple him. Washing, body anil how painful was the cheek, come up! 'Ihey support from emne up' hinthe nnd how benumbed wero tho hands. drances to their hotter luiuro husked ton Hatchet Hut after awhile tho sun was high up oil. All How Valuable His Services Must tnrlr spiritual dmpondcncles and nil the frosts went out of tho ulr, husked off All their liinrtrnni'ci, to two. lie. Chawlle Mr. lilbbon is a very aud hilarities awakened tho echoes, and fulness huakeil oir. 'ii.e grain, tho kind man. He said I might go off on Joy, from ono corn shock went up, golden grain, tho grain my.vucation, and how long do you "Aha, aha!" nnd was answered by joy visible and conspicuous ho said I might stay anuy? Miss Smiu of them from (mother corn shock. "Aha nha'" on eurlh wvro suoli disnirreafilo ChrisHeight -- I can't guess. Chan lie Ho So we nil realioi that tho death uf un- tians you friend i the nipping of many uajiccU- - prceuco. .Now inhiiidh M.,n In thulr said I might slay us long as I pleased. Hcnwn t ey aro tf Yankee Jllade, Tho g h ,ler-noy .1 11 test (.elected by J)r. Tnlmaeo Siiuilaynas "As n shock of corn lat freezing tl.o chUllnp. the frostily of many of our hope.. It ,. far fromWiKaM,ut!iln.l. It cornea, nt v of a rlcl.l north, nn.l wlmn the " Co ifway from us wo stand bonumtM in body and benumbed In mind and o Wo stand among .nr numbed In soul. dead neighbors, our dead fam.Ues and -say: mil wo ever cut oer" Yes. wo will get over nmld the si ut- Inrs of Henvpnlv roitnlon. nn.l e v. 1 look back to nil these distress c ' bereavement only ns tho temporary .! t esses of huklng time. "Mcr11! may endure for a night, but Joy comcth In the morning." "Light vul but for a moment," snld the up ''" ns ho clnpped his hands, "light an t but for n moment" Tho chill uf 'i t at frosts followed bv tho comcth In "like a shock of come moil. Hon 111 W Vhem. The " fact Is nil their Impr fecllons w lnnLcd off. They aid not mean ou earth to bo Uisafrrerame, mi..... . ..... ..Mil mttmimi iiiil lurv 1 lltj 00k el. and to d you how thing, old you how many nAlmlym hniy i.tl, , a, hcaiM almost that M,,. l,ittl, ' Jt .T : J.an to Hood, nlous. consecrated. ...,, ' had ,Z.lJln to tg i.,..i In soiuo Vonr Work in Life." A series ot 1.1 articles by successful men ln ns many pursuits Is ono of the many strong croups ot articles which nro nn. iinuncod in Ji IVtifA1 Comntiiinn for 1KW "Ihollravcst Deed 1 User Haw" Islho topic of nac tlicr series liy United States Generals Tho prospectus for tho coming year ot 'ihi Ciiitmvti Is moro vnjlol mid generous tlmn ever. Tlioso who subseriho ut nnco will iccclvo tlio paper ticotojnn 1, lfctn, nnd for n full joar from tlintilato. Only l Tan year. Address Tuc Youth's Com. llostou, Mass. What kind nt sptco is most adulterated. with pens I lo l'cppar, of course. 1 A. M. rnliWT, l)ruglt,Hhelb.wlllo, Ind, lays! 'Hull's Ciitnirli Curo gives tlio best or satisfaction. Can gel plenty of testimonials ns it euros evory one who takes It" DruggitU sell It, fo. JrAtni s Jkck "Mamie, whoo portrait li tl a t". our loolictl" Mnuilo "Columbus' ' Jewelers' Weekly. Tlirm IllrsnlpRs In One, triplet (If benefits Is comprised in tli single word- - vigor Tills Implies good Rp. petto, sound sleep, tlio power to .digest A Hosteller's btoiuncu Hitters endows nn en teoliled Kjsleni with vigor It Insures ill Keotlon, helps nightly roposo, nnd Inorrn.oi rest for tlio food Ueindilen the) stem tc ssslmllalo It Is potent In malaria, constl putlon, liter mid kldnoy coinplalutu and rheumatism. take, nnd eatlir In Its ways. If Wiitmn materials llralns, eyes nnd nt the same tim hand .not. for s.110 at stationers'). imck. It diil you mora Actus for nearly nil tho common Ill- sThat Is the ease with Dr. l'iereu'i Take lleochnin's l'Uls. For salu by nil T'liwmt Pellets. They ro tlie smallest in cents diugguts. lzo dm mll'taX In notion, but no most In results. Tboy thor U(jh and THE MARKETS." roll iv nature's nmthods nnd they glvo help Constipation, Indigrstlon, Itlllom tin' lift. aim !... Kick and llllloiii Headaches and all CliCClilltTI. NfeV 19 dor ihf.omeuUof lliollvor.Moinncli and lowcU aK 01 ft 3 7J arc promptly relic veil nnd poriiiaiiently cured. 4 co Cliolrn butchers i n when you at ami cleaning, now.a-tl.iywithout Pcarline. And tho Strang part of it is, that you 1'oiiTirr Feeble- Lungs Against Winter should be wiling to sufTor, when it's with lliile's Honey of Horelixiind and Inr. only for your loss and not for your a loothactio Drops cure in onoinlnute. I'lkc gain, iimi nro tlio tvo rapltnln of Tr. Ith. I'ltiiindl" KinattS.lioliir (iioniitly) rub, rub, rubisn t saving you any- d ' Kato Field's Washington I. imng. 'i costing you inonej'. -s. IV . LOOKAT TIlC It 11 imply wearing out the SIZK of the d n r v pill. thin that you're washing. Think of all Iho In would you rather do it? troublo nnd that It j ' iswuai inc women who eausns you. Wouldn't you are- iving their strciiL'th and v cleomo 1 easier to their clothes with Pcarline can't tin 'i rstantl. tempt 10 - Self yM That's what s Torture! i unr t ntrrnrn Tih"l'AlM. biainVu. anil ralnta wnlcU m. lh inn.K Inli.rt la "on, n.l ijurn'rulnt,Oflne. I 1h lll'lnij Hun. Wi lVIUti .".- - I lea. IhllllLlO.aim in whuhim 1 or it .vnouiUs to, uu wasiun nun-"W- hnt a- 1 7hV. A BWfcvL v iifi-tiics- s uack-brenkitu- r gui'fiaw"in 9irr t...... THE CKLEDItATED or-- 1 11 fe ig WV3 vl iC Hartha Washington WZ&mKPZ-i-i 1 xX&r.zKt Cook Book 11 - TT you an Imitation, FAl JLJkIa VV CLJL Vitnj SK to houcst it hut. leddicu and some "lliii is as rood scrupulous prncers will tell too, r the tamest Praillnc " IT'S Pcarline h ' ver pedillril. If our eriHertcnilt " ft... ffl w -- ' y HVtia ; FREE fCf 10 CtnlilaSUnpt IENT rOSIPalD le j..Mr.b i'vlk. New Yoik. 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