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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1893 hic1893110301_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .., -- 'JtlfflUW;-,- : i 'Wa -- .25. v:a THEjjICKMAN COURIER. PiiMlnliori livery I'rlilay by GEORGE ' (Mllre WARREN, r- Hiokman, Kentucky. Jsckoon Street next dour to City II,ill IMItor. Assistant IMItor t : - THE HICKMAN COURIER! , . FINE JOB PRINTING EXECUTED - m i V I ITI IEATIESS AID DISPMCt , BALK BILLS, , . '.IKOROR WAIlltKN, JAS. 0. WKAUN, i TCT OLPMT miWlFAFBB IW WBOTBRW KENTUCKY . " Immi Jt?ZL-$j$jm " 1. . !. - I. . .. . ,,,,. . l'rlco of Subscription, l? 1.00 O.M.Y n few of the epUtleelnoludedlai tho two big volumes of ''The Letters of Sir Wiiltrr Scott," which will soon be t out, have appeared In print All the letter nre addressed to Scott's fmnlly and Intimate friends. ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY THE NT KY.i FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, REPEAL HILL FIFTV-TIIIUD I8U3. COiNGirtSS. VOL. XXIX. NO. THEOrfltf ENVELOPES, LETTER HBAD. BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETC CALL AND SEE ITS. .ViL ' f au AbbASSINATED. Mayor harrlson, of Chicago, Murdered in Cold Blood. 'I'nr. three niont pntrlnrchnl men In the sennto nre Stewart Pnlmer and He Sought Rfst at His Home When Cokr, their white Wards adding to tho Assassin Stole Upon II. m. their vrnernble nppcnrnnro hut It would Ixi hard to flint another three, )oting or olil, who cun stand morn llullrU Kntrrrl III. Vital fatigue or who wilt come out of n night Tlirr Crurt lllil - I I' ll."Sl.l Kiiftn I lrlcl session In a better physical condition. rrroilrrRad. at ll Knrrnlred Kiil'Kliull Fiu.xci JosM'll, whom hl Ciech subjects want crow tied ut Prague x Kln-- f of llidiemla, Iihs Won twice tvowned nliesdy, a riiipcrorof Austria nnd kin of Hungary. Tha kings of Italy, Spain, llelglum, Ilnvnrln aud Caxony, on the other hand, hnvr ncTrr taken the trouble to Ik crowned nt nil. lllra.irtatb lltj Oct. tler TniliF, Chioaoo, crank hna ilone hi demlly itork, and Cnrtrr II. Ilnrrlaon, live tilnea innyor a of Chicago, nml one of the men In ths wot. Ilea tlcad In hU home, No. S.tl Ashland toulerartl. Tlircc liullcta rn'cred hla lo'iy, two of bt-knoT- crny thr lowering of the Water In Apopkn, Flit., by drainage it Inrtfo spring hit Wen discovered within tlfty yards f thu north shore, which can W I'iMwMitfv.KwiiijMOitiUniftttp from h nrrul depth. I vs T Tho cnl, Irrrstonr is said very pure nml refreshing, nml tho spring him Wen sounded to n depth of sixty fret, nml no bottom found, Sl.xcK. them iiiaklnif wound aufllclcnt Itke imlr tole i A IIiiiit-Hihithnt is to W erected on Prtim.ircli Point, llrlttiiny, will on-Uil- n a "lightning Hush" Unlit of 40.00 ' (MO candle jxw or, rusting n Wnn which k fun lo eo"Jt In rlcnr wenther sixty, three miles away nnil In foggy weather twenty-on- e mile. This I probably by far the moU vow rr fill, searching nml penetrating light known to sclenro. I'npll teacher stitrt with thr .ilnr Mil nry alil tho gentlemen on thr ntrcoW" crpii(f forrr A . If Ivan Uttllk of councillor In thr Itoyal llnngarlnn ministry of Kgrlrulturo. His journey to America is for the purxM) of tnvcMlgntlng Amerlcnn ngrlcnlturul vcououilcs. lie has trnrrled largely In the west, nnd Iluda-lVsth- It tnkes n normal college graduate who pet nn appointment to Irnch in New ork Ju.t fmirt.cn ur toilruw thr iimlmitm nlary. fiVJ Jo u iiinutli. which U jxtlil toMwUt.tnt&. Tho cnmlhlntr Wk'Ihi In thr prlmnry nml work hU wy up. Tho inunler wn committed Huturdny erenlui; by Kugene Patrlik Prndcr giikt, u paperenrrier, who declared IIim. Mnmi. Hbi.I... t.a.l MrnAlAj.l n mtike not kept hli word. This, lie aald, was his only reason for committing the crime. The only persona In the house at tl tlinn lwfcM,.t Mr. Il.rrltnn irrm Ilk Mm year of William Preston Harrison, age! his nftlanced wife. Mlsa Annie . Miortlv be and Ms fore 8 o'clock the door-bcl- l mnff, and when Mary Hansen, thr domestic, opened tho door she was confronted by a man. "Is Mr. Harrison In?" nsked tho man, In a quiet, pleasant voice. "Yes, air. responded tho girl as trie threw the door w Idcr o,icn to permit his entrance. "I would like to see lilin, please," said the man, ns he walked toward the back end of tho hall. Mr. Harrison was In tho dining room, which opens Into tho rear end of the hall. Hearing the man nsk for him, he death. tocaue lilui'cbrratlon"coauwCntrtrj,r"Pr,,"''w Dot understand who The p.'ojrramine of cloning crremon Jea which were to huvo been held In I'cstl?tl hall nt o'clock .Monday, hna liccn turned by common content Into n mrmorlnl mcctliid' of men nml women from tho tuitions which the murdered mayor visited when he mndn his trip n round the enrth. 'I hey will bo Invited to come, not ns guenti to a n etlil In if fentt, but ns mourners to o mciuoristl service. No world's exposition 1ms ever euded In audi a manner, nml perhaps tiuvvt will. It will ben tribute of retpect to the memory of a mnn who wan n nmutij the foreigners nt the fair, as nlso wns ho nmojf fellowclt lens ol thlcjgo nnil his with whom he came In ofllclal oontnet with within the White city. The supposi' tlon thnt the nsnnssln Is Insnne did not deter nny one from uttering execrations upon his wretched head, nnd vnrlous molei by which he should li put to death. The Kumpcnns iwrtlcularly could'nnt be broufht torc.tllte thnt the chief of a pre at Amerlcnn city had Men fchoi down In tils own hnuse with- reason They did 1 mem-ornlilu popu-lnrlte fellow-Americag ii the southern nnture ncrcr refuses the humblest stranger ndmlvslon to his house, nod refused to surround himself with those ''eguards which uru common nt the homes aud ofllces of public officials Id pr. r'ctor-(K-iier- ' ' Ilnw-nnl- arM-,- , visitoh In Washington nt prrsent doorway Without saving a word Prcndcrgnst drew his revolver and commenced to nre He pulled the trigger but three tlires, nnd every bullot hit the mark. Ixdlrvrs that our farmers are oierpru Ono ball shattered Mr. Harrison's left diiclng wheat, and thnt this coure is hand, another passed Into the loner also exhausting thr soil. right side of tho abdomen, making a wound that would have Wen mortal Or thr j.iNNi.imn foreigners found by a within a few dnya; the third bullet recent census to lo living In Kr!icp, entered the chest, slightly above the 00.(K0 have rccclvwl n military educa heart tion nnd to the reterrr In their This bullet was the Immediate cause respective countries. More than WO.ooo of death. are Italians who In case, of d'truptlmi As soon as Prcndcrgnst Wgau to Are would nt once army themselves sgsliut Mr. Harrison turned nnd walked rapidthe country which now affords them ly toward thedlnlng-rooHe walked magistrate. All the festivities arranged for the shelter America Is not, therefore, through the door, across the dlnlnjr ceremonies will be omitted alone In her troubles, present and room nnd pass,-.- ! Into a butler srKintryrI;",n the exception of the firing of an with ntiens. opening off the room, where, wenkeni" by loss of blnoil. ho fell to the lloor appropriate salute nod tho lowering of Coxoiti.ttmx l): l'oiiiiKr, of Con- Preiidergnst did not follow up Ida vie thu I tilted Mat en lla;; attuned. It Is furthee ordered th.it the flags necticut, has a most rcm.trknb!e mem-or- tins or mnke nny attempt to nrcrrtii.n lie memorize nil Ms sfxchoa, hrtw deadly his aim had lecn. lie re- upon nil bnlldlngs within the grounds In his pocket wltn remain tit half mast until thu Closing and gives the manuscript to tho otllclat placed his tlio rxpnUon. i stenographers so that they .may vivo tho same, that nmrkcA m of Chicago, Oct. 80. The Inquest on tho trouble of them. of his actions and started tow aril the the body of Mayor Harrison was held The stenographers, who follow the door. to Itiv-r-t nny Impromptu reJust as he wns passing through the Sunday nt his fete residence on Ashmarks declare that Mr l)o Korrrst doorway illlam Preston llarrlvn tho land lxiulcvard. Interest centered nbout the story tiever omits iv mlsplacus n word, no mayor's son, came tearing down thr stairs from thr upper part of the house told by Mary Ilnnsen, the domestic who matter how long tho srech may lxt, just as Mr. Harrisons roachman ran nduilttid Preiidergnst. Mie told of her he cries position In tho household, savin;; she Nat HrRHKiiorK, who designed the Into thr rear end of thehnll victorious Vigilant, comes of n famous of Mury Hansen directed tie sen to mil been employed ns second girl "Ilarly Inst evening." she continued, g family John llerres-ho(- where Ills father lay, but t'ie conch-ma- n the head of the family, is totally was utter other gnine He had a "then1 wns a ling nt the door bell II blind, but a man of remarkable energy revolver of his own. nnd ns quickly as went to the door, nnd found a mau That wns nlxiut 7 and vigor I.cwls, Jiillen nnd Snlly ho reollred wlut had kc irred he did not know nre nil designers, but Nat is the boat leveled his weaMu nnd vita bullet o'clock. I asked the man what ho builder nnd lut huudler par excel after the illtnprcarltigiorm of the mur- wanted, nnd said he united to see I told Major lencethe educated cnglneei1 nnd the derer A uroiid tuno his revolver son wasHnrrIon.Mippvromlhtm i. Harri-to .islu-eating t m man who has in the main designed and spoke. I lit loth bullets went wild lie worked out the Ideas that hnte put tho liunnlng to thr door tho roach mnn call ngain. Aleut a quaiter of d. HerresholTs in the front rank of nutnt was preK-ireto continue hostll'tles cnnio kick and I went to tho - r nrchltectv were entering to nnd let him In. Mr Ilnrritou but severnl in the second room to t'ie fru it I learn the ciusc of the shooting, and by M Iii'rr, a French naturnlli.t, has the tuno the coachmnn had renchcsl told him there was a man In tbe h I I shown that tho wing nren of dying the sidewalk Piendergnst had Wen who wanted to sec him, and 'ett tin-. man In tho hall nnd went to the Uiteh-euwunr feet swallowed up in the darkness. tnrlcs tnitn forty-ninr Just as got in the kitchen I heard kiuud of weight In the goat and Across Atiilaiul loulernrd, directly live Miiftro feet In the swallow to half opixisite the. residence of Mr Harrison, several shots fired, nnd then I ran out r ! square foot pound of weight In is the home of V. J. Ihalmers, tho from thu kitchen to where I hit I lef. saw thu the Austrnllnu crnne, which neighs wealthy mnkrr of mining machinery Mr. Harrison and the man twei.ty-on- a pounds nnd ut Hies well. Mr Chalmers was standing upon thn unknown man running out of the door. If we were, to adopt the list or smiillett front steps nt his residence when tho Mr. Harrison staggered into the second proportion, n man weighing tweltu shots were tired He lxiunded down tho room, nnd out of the door to tin- - Mali, stonn would require a pjlr of wingi slept. r n 1. dashing across the street, where he fell " "Do von see t lie man who c.il ed?" each of them fourtren feet long by in I Pieiiderg.ist almost out of the nsked Deputy Kelly. three feet broad. gate 1 lie w itness liesitatcd nnd tlie coroner " hat is it" said Mr. Chalmers. lilt. Scitwr.MNUi.il, the phslclnii ol Thu man walked rapidly north on wu more fpecltle. ' Is' that the man?" pointing to PreiiPrint c. Ilisimirck, who has ngulii Ashland avenue without replying, and brought prominently Ixjfore the public Mr. I hnlmers hastened Into the house. dergnst. Still the witness was not sure, in connection w ith tho Unreached Mr. Harrison's side almost but Preiidergnst helped her out with Illness, is u mnn of Iron will, Ills com- nt thu samo instant thnt William Pres- an cxclnniutlon: "Yes 1 saw you last plexion Is swarthy, his ers nren bril- ton Ilarrlsop had found where his father night," he volunteered. Ha wns told to, put hla hat on nnd liant black, ami his hair and long lay. "Are you hurt?" asked Mr. Chnlmcrs, face tho witness. Ward are as dark as a southern Ital"Yea," shu answered, "thnt is the ian's. t)wug to llismarclc's friertd'hlp as ho nnd the son of the dying man man I left standing with Mr. Harrison, he. hns wcnlthy,nnd his ofllce in strove to raise him. "I've got my death, Chalmers, re- and that is the man who did tho shootIterllu Is almost always tilled with ing." His private reputation was not sponded tho mayor. Mnry llrtnuon, the domestic, nnd Noticing n spot of blood on tho reproach lefore the prince niado mayor's waistcoat, Mr. Chalmers said: Coachmnn lllxbcrg, held to tho stories him hit physician In 18M. previously told nnd Identified Preiider "1 guess not." "I'm shot In thn heart, and I'm a gnst ns tho mayor's ubsnllant When Pnor. Kaiii, llunxs, of Iceland Stanthe prisoner encountered them nt tho ford, Jr. university, hns brought (lit dead man," was the only reply. mndu no lie A nmiiK-ii- t attempt later lie, said with a voice Inquest much protest from touchers nnd uew-tho Identification nnd to which was rapidly losing strength: to deny )Mpern In Cnllfornln by his e'T'-rt"Fiiltttlon inyxest, Chalmers. There's in the instance of Mnry Hanson, eolhiot data for.hla .cdncathmnV Ho to verlwlly. It nsscnted He senttcred circular-- ) to wheie the trouble Is." lly this time tho stricken man had maintained n stolid Indifference dm lug parcntn all over thu state, nsklng them borno to n couch in nn ndjolnlng tho hearing Once; however, ho whether their children told llesi If so, it llttlo feeling over his crime. from what motive, and how often, utc. room, and ns quickly nshospoko.Mr Thu UPWhuitHr hnvr poured mueli ridi- Clinliiiern opened his waistcoat, The He wan sitting near dent. Hans, nml cule nn Prof. Hums, who pays llttlo at- front of Ids shirt was soaked with his attention was attracted by flic tention to'tho ccuiurek on what hit con- blood which welled rniildly from two presence of Mrs. AV. J. (.hnlmers. For holes, ono Just nbovo tho heart, thr a moment his stolidity wns broken nnd siders nn Important investigation. ho pulled the lieutenant's slcevo. Tho other In his ulxlomen. 'lib through tho heart," said the olllecr bent toward hlx prisoner 4nt' TlioMAaSll.WV, of Philadelphia, chairman of tho general comtultteo on tho mayor again, his volco scarcely lovo a heard him nsk: "Is thnt Mrs. Harrison?" celobnitlon of tho closing of tho nine- wultH!r. A moment Inter ho snnk into "No," replied tho lieutenant, "it la teenth century of the Christlnn em at unconsciousness, nml in twenty minJerusalem, has urrltod In Chlcugo for utes nfter receiving tho wound Mr. not. W hy did you nsk?" t, "I wanted to tell her," replied the purpose of presenting to tho Colum- Harrison- wus dead. CiiiCAno, Oct SO. There will "that I was sorry for her be bian commission tho objects aud plant trouble." of tho general committee, with n iew nothing of gladness nnd congratulaThe jury returned n verdict, finding of tho tion In the vtliitu city at It offlclnl to r.i'curliifr the that deceased "came to his death, on commission In milking tho eelijirutlon n closing Monday, It was to havo Wen Columbus day, In the SStli day of October, 1SD3". from world-wldsuecuss. 't Is proxsed that l nil Christendom shall participate In tho mo cntegory oi jotes aim dats, shock and hemorrhage caused from celebration, and etery creed In every nml tho exposition was to have gone bullets fired from n revolver in tho land will bo asked to take nn active, out of official existence In a blaze of hands of Patrick Kugeno Preiidergnst, part In thnt crowning event of the pyrotechnic glory by day midnight, at 231 Ashland uventie, ()etber 'J, ltUJ, while pageant on laud and wuter with and, from thu evidence presented, we, Christian era. merry uiuslo nnd happy speech, Hut It tho jury, recommended that the said What Is claimed to lio tho picture nt w.ll not lx Patrick llugpiio Prendergust be held to the first person ever phutosraplied is The "Onltcau" of the World's fair the grand Jury until dlschaiged by due shown in tho exhibit of the University city bus changed every plan which course of law " of the city of Now. York at tho Chicago could bo. construed Into onielal rejole-imll.iiHticTTrarTui-.lexposition, Tho dnguorreotypo Is it intf. Individual visitors, coming from Imua.xooi.ir, Oct. !10. Win Walker, Miss Elizabeth Draper, nnd many stutes nnd hinds, can not, of picture of f Wells o convicted of tho xtas taken by her brother, John Dra- :ourse, bo expected to restrain their .u--r of .o unity, Shaw, In Apr.l. luiiribSl, ige 1. when he was per, hi It professor at injoyiiient, nor refrain from mirth d to years' lin- tho university. Previous to that tlum iHUjflitcr on the Midway, but ns was mid sentencedwas twentvtuu Friday by paroled prlsonmcnt, Daguurro had inadilr.x. Hie ciis.1 Mindny everything will the U the governor. Wulker's plea was In- s, pertinents In photography, or sun lubducd brcuuifl of tho great affliction .anlty. but stnto showed that tha ns they wuiv thru callfd, but he Milch liaienine upon the host of the deed was done while drunk. Armlnltt lievergotlictui.il lnndsiapvs nnd vorld thlcago, Munduy, In reality, Uelch of lluntlnelon, sentence elgh- of still life. Tho pliutnirruph In l Mum if In the nnmilauf Chb i,--, n mouths ngu to lite yen is' penul I id of Miss DraH.e Is In poieon prtMrratlon M "i,,,'r,,tt'--lon'B;lcrvicL- . fur ...saultluif Mary A. Paul good state of Uemorlul Dr," B,,0 pt,rwjia raay. WM onl-Wite, ;dclilx-mtloishort-hnndltig , yacht-buildin1 d a- ed toward Prcudergaxt, who by the time he caught of Mr. Harrison, had advanced about ten feet from the snd stepped Into the hall, walk- slht mittee. It was unanimously decided to close the exposition ns required by the net ol congress, but without any of and festivities which had been planned. Clarence Kddy will play an appropriate selection on thegreut organ in festlral hall, prajcr will bo offered and President Palmer will make a formal announcement of the closing and an explanation of the grievous reason for abandoning the oriflnnl programme. '1 he act of congress directs that the exposition shall closo October 33, and 'appropriate ceremonies" shall bo held tinder the direction of the nntional commission, but It docs not presenile the ceremonies so that the national commission's officer felt perfectly juv tided the letter of the law, aud yet pay a deserved tribute Iq the memory of Chicago's assassinated chief "cspondlnff to the cnll Issued by 1)1 Davis at the midnight wetlnif of tiPlelals. the following were director-general'- s present In the oflleo sunday morning: T W. Palmer, prcv mem ol the national commission; II. N. Iligglnbotham, president of tho exposl- on. Director Ucnr ral Davis; P. A. H. niIrnicr. of Philadelphia, chairman ol i e ceremonies committee ol tne nn. iional commission. Director Fred W. Peck Solicitor-Genera- l IWw In Walker, snd I B. Culp, of tho ceremonies com- !. mil-ma- lt e 1 1 K-e- Us-Itor- nlx-w- v K-e- - Pren-dergas- o 1 . tl-- bid-lur- ' 1 SITUATION. SCHEMERS DEFEATED. Old KepuMleau 'Tylrk. SUM llelng Ilm- - Fnllle Cffnrts nf thn Iteiinlillran Sllnn.to I'rrmlrtK.I It as AI.o a Miter Crank(eimt.ir Kul.ul. the Kerlpftnt of Man;, ployed peclal Sr.il in. - r lu (ih.lriirl Tariff llrfnrm. ( rsiv Lellrrs. W'e observe, ftrbai the Ohio papers iV ssatb -- The Dtrht In Wasiiikoto!. Those renubllcan mnldern of nul.ll.ii Wfanixfiiov Oct. nt, At 7:5(1 Mon-la- tho renate li overOctMr Cleveland ba defcaldl that tho rcp'ublHraiis nre still busy Wahiiimito.n, Oct ill. Prendergast'i opinion w ho have Wen trying to evening, by a vote of til to iia, the the aonitrotnliera, the. sliver democrats anil bullets which took the Ufa of Mnyoi to pnll woot over tho eyes of the responsibility for the financial fasten condl-tloentile, nfter one of the most remark silver republicans. Unrondtt'.onat repeal he furuierrtof thclfiu-keyfount Curler Harrison might have stale. It reallodgment in tho" heart of it Unltct ible and memorable parliament iry bat- (rlumiihed. Themver men acknowitujo mem- ly reads like :iH'hapterof undent his- partyof the country on the democratic surrenm-re'lucsilay beaten ther nro Wglnnlng to realize tho Mates senator or of tho president o; tles Of n generation, passed tho bill tin fortnally ther only xeaucn of Oefcn e nil- tory, this of the old statehopelessness the I nlted Stntet. For full two weeki conditionally repealing the purchase buxterln by specehmaklng. Senator tlrlco In ment thaf freeitradc will put down attempt to of their task. When thn repeal tho Sherman act as n before tho murder of Chicago's mayoi clause of tho Sherman sllter law. I lit Irodueeit fa tho senate Tuesday a bin nroviaitiR tho price of xx'oisl and ruin the farmer measure of relief was first serlouslv end wns reached nt the conclusion of a for the erection of a publlo building at East unless he"l vlfilant enough to Hie nssnssln hnd been directing mesget a considered, they took flie ground that o sages through the mnlls to at least on continuous session of fourteen dnya, protectionist elofted governor of Ohio, tne scarcity of nvatlnble money nnd tho Hot-sNo business ef Importance I tilled dnys of debate, during sacted Tuesday. Ibo propositions adraaced a poimtionlhat .suites senator, which Indicated after sixty-on- e nothing to do with business depression wero uot the that his mind wan Intensely wrought which five volumes of the Congressional through a number of bills In roduced laxnie tho tariff wliator. This is the same suit of the silver. purchasing law, ns tsw proUecrd had Wen filled with speeches, house provldliie for the repeal of the up against President Cleveland. dreary stuffy Which may have been of the prevalent dread among tho but Infrom maklnff loans on old In The burden of all these communica- amounting the aggregate tc hibiting national banks aro being current In thoMrehUtoric times when security, about twenty million words n streait real estate members from the southvlgoromly the mdgaloUrii was In the waters, dustrial und commercial classes of thn tions was the silver question, and by pushed and weit country thnt the existing tariff laws disclosed that h wax n devothat would stretch Id belcrc the committee onbanklsir and currency the mctfJriBBasln the field and the woHUl bo revised In accordance with tee of silver even to the point of show- cola (type from the seaboard sl.x nt which Mr Springer, of Illinois, Is thslrman. s on tirorralas In the the policy for- - which the party had deMembers from these sections where lands are mylodoa teeil nundred miles Into tho Interior, good ing an ttiibilanccd mind. H ents, the memory of clared and to enforce which It wus Is an unjutt forests. At claim that tho present The letters cumo to Senator Dubolf fro Liberty Knllghtenlng the World, discrimination agalnal a good law security real es man run';tot Iftck to tho time when elected. Some of tho republican senof Idaho, the first about October V, In Nv York harbor, to the foothills of tate. In Ihcse sections land ownera are forced It waa not?: ct of political dlscus- - ators and representatives expressed unit since then a morning has not the'Epcky mountains. The closing day lo ro to Individuate or Anna for loins lly this view In congress and It was cca- theae great struggle for tho repeal oi of people they are charged enormous rates pissed without the receipt of a letter of rmtlnnal enterUlnment orally There kWKh Interest In to tho extent of from Prendergast From day to day thet,pareuae of silver was ono of republican discuss the silence on tho In lieariBg V part of those who aro WAanmoTow, Setiatb xcilcment, Tho galleries were senate reaumad Oct. Sa WednesdayWhen the wool tariff.Wf ore oq audience of farm-ethe letters disclosed tho jxcullar exilef morning Its specially favored under the high pro ment and vagaries under which the packed to the doors, every teat In tin Mr. Sherman (Rep sratlon the committee on HIwjiatMJtUr psychology. The , O), from system, they oellevlnpf He kept re- senitj was occupied, and the wnlti foreign relatione, reported the following house orator has iV"foTrt ill that he and hla tectivetho Sherman taw wouldat the laboring. writer was tlrao be re ayise - pealed penting the same language day aftet wexAjlnciLwItta representatives from Hot resolution! KesoWed, Tual tl le theoJ tno pact 4vftstsi.c-xViisothematand the OnanclaVslringcijey re tbe atlcnowUdfBarnfa ofjongrea day. In some of the communication! thofhver lironclf of 'congress. The gorrrnmeai that people or Tne uniiea shim ds sitii'al vlvirbiAlftlM 'fleved, while at thoTatiBae time a'Aroagv ana T1 t .. Prendergast applauded Senator Du- aegia ')f senatorial courtesy was nc tendered to the various foreign governments of t; iinoun uc anas tin. i'',s9ux me iaciavr.wp "'. existing situation.' HoVfeels bound to tn voe Jicrviniey legislation unuer bois for his struggle the world that have so generously ami effecagainst the protectio In the last moment. exIn the lay the low tiricoof woolen tho demo silver repeal bill, while In others hi n inflamed by the fiery pas- tively created, that It Is necessary commemoration of used menacing, if not violent, senti- sions always charncterlze the position, held In Chicago In by Ctrlstopher Co crats, Wcause that la necessary to the to the prosperity of the country. tbe discovery of America ; ments ngalnst President Cleveland and close of i bitter contest did not spare lumbus." Mr. Hoar offered an amendment as success of his scheme to but Hut the action of the minority In the lit policy and thono who were con- each otl Senator Morgan, with follow.: 'That the realdent of the United a this! directly In conflict with all sennto and It stubborn refusal to States be requested to communicate to each the facts of tlie ease, so much tho worse grant the demand ducting tho bill In the senate. 01 words Hit fnlrly burned, henped hli for repeal have Wee foreign government ttut ha participated In course it Is only conjectural as to what itcniincia ion on Senator Yoorhees, the asld exposition the aeVnowle.lement of cov for the facts. There Is no case re tho means of compelling the great thn Inflamed mind of Prendergast leader o tho administration forces, Kress for Its contribution." Thn amendment ported In the books where faets ever manufacturing Interests of the country might have induced him to do In Wash- and Sen tor Wnlcott, tho Colornde was agreed to, and the joint resolution passed seriously impelled the fluency of a re to show their hands and confess that ington In case his silver Idol had Wen Hotspur, concluded n tierce phillppli as amended publican spellbinder. the repeal Is necessary for tho financial HoL-s- f Mr. llelt of Texas. Introduced In the In holding the democrats rcifSbnslble preservation of tho country, thereby shuttered, but the communications ngalnst Senator Carey with tho Span house Wednesday a bill to retire natlonsl bank for tho decline of wool tho republican confessing that the tariff scare was sent to Senntor Duliols show that the Ish provcrblof Snncho Pnnzn, that If notes snd substitute U S. treaiur,- - notes. Mr. silver question, nnd partlculnrly clot- wns n wnslo of Inthcr to shave ar Hick, (rep, To.) offered a bill providing that has first to forget what he has always only created for selfish partisan and ure, was tippcrmo-- .t lu hla mind as. Tho silver republicans Teller, no pension claim heretofore or hercafeer al- said Is tlie object and effect of protec trade Interests and that It was without suspended or Senator Dutiols says these communi- Stewart, Iilxiis Wnlcott and Jones lowed stall be annulled,the pension wsa sot aside tion, namely, to make commodities foundation in fact The unprincipled obtained Mor- - unless It is shown that cheaper As won as he gets before an auggestlon of Senator Don Cameron cations were Inrnrlbly tli-- populist, nnd In the up- Peffrr, by fraud or perjury. per left hand corner of the card and gran, and jlhc old war governot audience of Ohio farmers tho spel- that the purchnso of sliver be continued To avoid WASiiifiOTO.s:, Oct K SfXATE written diagonally across so as, appar- of Tcnncstjr, Harris, each made hli complication! It Is likely that no serious effort lbinder tells them that the tariff on in order tliat the republicans in conently, to utilize all the space of the vnlcdlctoryl The democriits were hot will be made to press the nnil voio on ine sil- wool was put thero to protect the gress might W surllclently strengthcard and crowding the name Into the nnd angry tit the desertion of some of ver repeal bill before Monday afternoon. Sena- farmer, and that it has kept up the ened to prevent a reform of the tariff, lower right hand corner. He generally their colleagues thnt made their defeat tor I'ugb explslned b's reason for that hour price. All that has ever Wen said was promptly sat down upon by the Monday day to a correspondent. signed his name P. F J Prendergast, possible the populists admonished tht sad the 3uih of October. If the bill passes will about the tariff making prices lower Is manufacturers of the country, and no- - ' the be but occnsslonnlly as P F.ugenr Jamei senate thnt the? dxtn of silver was the enate on Monday, the .'Oth, 11 can not reach carefully forgotten. whero more severely than In the great w Ith the greatest. 31 There are several other things that Iron and steel center of his own state. Prendergast Writing on the 31st Inst doom of the old parties, but there was the bouse before October possible diligence. It can not be passed through have equally to W forgotten. he said: "Itepral Is effectually Waten something tragically pathetic in the A very Thoy are unanimous In their demanBi en- the house, unless cloture Is resorted to, to stifle despairing cry of the stiver senators. grosar.1. andreported by back to the senate,Vice- important one N that the McKiuley Mil that the Sherman lawW repealed as." signed Speaker Crlp and thr voice of the people, nnd if this dis- It meant, they snld, ruin and destruc- president Steicnaon before Tuesday aiternoon. Is still in force, and that n new tariff the one thing which will restore prosg honorable, unconstltutlnn.il nnil un- tion and desolation to tho Itwlllao to the prealdent on Wednesday, and bill has not even yet been framed. If perity They declare without qualificausual courmt Is resorted to, th peace ol states Senator Jones, with an b signed and proclaimed by the atate depart- It be said, as it has Wen said, that the tion that it Is responsible for tho crisis ment by Thursday. bare prospect of a change in the tariff the nation Is risked, and no senator emphasis that will tiever he forgotten Hot-The great dealre of everybody Inter disturbx budneMi, the spenker Is which would W happily passed but fot who votes for cloturo can Justify his ac- by those who heard him, warned those tho uncertainty created by the inexpliested la the eettkmenlof the silver question li I titxiu, him that the end of the fight to reach a vote. The .dmlnlstrailon desires no troubled with unothcr lapse of mem- cable course of the senate. In none ol tion from a patriotic standpoint is defeated unless cloture It marked but the Wglnnlng of the bat- further lezlalatton. rejx-a-l It only asks that congress ory. If changing the tariff is bad for the nppcals from the manufacturers tle that would bo waged boforo the shall adjourn snd leave iheexecutlie branch of business, how can nnyonc see his way and the commercial organizations tc resorted to." the government alone until It u lime loriai clear to vote for Mr. McKlnley, who ' .tli he wrote (in t'i "I police people. e congress is there any expression of feat regular sca.lon to begin. On this point - r - In the ranks of the sllvei Following la the vote in detail: spent all of the summer nnd half of tho because the democratic party proposes Outbwalie Thurslay said, as a memAldricli, Carey, ber of the committee on rules that no pro full of tt'.io in that same process of to keep faith with the pcoplo In the reYour side Is now- - the strongYets Itepubllcnns lines. a would tie determined est If you are determined, firm and Cullom, Davis, Dixon, Dolph. Frye. gramme when the senate voaluupon until It ine "tariff tinkering," tvMcli Is always eon vision of the McKlnley tariff laws. nntsn. it patient you can win The Wst thlnp Onllingrr. Hale. Ilnwley, Higgins known should dlspjseof the stlTerquestlon thli shlercd as immoral when undertaken Their whole cry Is for the adoption ol srnsto to do Is to fight It out Look out foi Hoar, Lixlge, McMillan, Mnnderson, week or next, the ways snd means ceinmineo by democrats. a sound financial policy. The attempt The psychologic object lesson, how- to create a tariff scare hns been a disartificers on the part of your opponents. Morrill, Piatt, Proctor, Quay, Sherman, would determine whether It could rompleto a ever, does not end here. The gentle- mal failure. Detroit Free Press. ItememWr thnt the strongest and most Squire, Stcckbrldge, Wnshburn ":t. tariff bllebefore next Deceit ber. WASltlKGTOM, Oct ?d SIWATE The end of man engaged In pulling tho wool over Intelligent leadership is on the part ol Democrnts llrlce, Cnffrey, Cnmdcn fight for unconditional repeal began Friday. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. the silverlte side. Orover Cleveland li Faulkner, (lilson, (lorman, dray, 111. the the eyes of the Ohio farmers also finds Voting on Impotent The cry for repeal Is simply llunton, Lindsay, McPhcrson, MUIn afternoon. the ami Ldmcnts was begun Friday his memory paralyzed with reference An Act That Itecelvea the Approval nf an Ono of Mr l'effcr nratndmenta a whim of his. Is the L'nlted State Mitchell (of Wis.), Murphy, Hansom, provldlrg for free cotnago was the llrst lamb to the history of the wool Industry llllllglitened 1'eople. senate going to yield to an Irrcspon-slid- Smith, Turple, Vilas, Vixirhecs, White led to the slaughter. It aj relcctcJ nruvote since tho year when the policy of In passing the bill to repeal the fed of 31 to ST The Voorbeea aubstttute tor the high duties on foreign wool may be (of Ia.1 20. Total, 43. president's whim?" oral election laws the house has simplv Du- - WlUoi bill waa adopted by the senate Ills said to have been Inaugurated. Nnys Hepublicnns Cameron, It was executed, so fur as it can, ono of the of substitute of thn amendment In the Lots, Jones (of Nev.) Perkins. Pcttt- - fered b Mr Voorheea nature the abill Ural came devised for tho avowed purpose of SECRETARY CARLISLE when mandates of the people. The time . Hi finances fcafa Vnttl UecrmtMtr-Cenfrre- ar grew. Power, Shoup, SlcwnrL Teller, over from the house, There are between keeping up tho price, out it has not chosen was Inopportune, hut thu thlni: Wolcott ta DemixiratB Hate. Horry, Iwiuty nnd thirty amendments yet on most of done It rXljB.pris:mthiued Rulnit ) done In right. al Marttw ttallmif.t w hlch there will bo some debate. uoWM W'AsillNfiTox-- , Oct .11. Several of the JUncktiurn, Jlutler, Cnll, Cockrell, dike Until. IS j, when there wasnl To Fpeak of this repeal as "removing Hoi se No business of Importance slight reduction in the rates. It kept all gnfeanu against fraud' and "a leaders of the house known to W close Daniel (Jeorge, Harris, Irby, Jones (of Friday i ii w iiuinstr, neill 111 ueuiuy sill to tho administration, say that Secre- Ark.) Martin, Pnsco, Pugh, linach, oiow ai lionrsi elections, a? WAMlltriTOX, Oct JO - Nothing of Importtary Carlisle hae nssured them thnt Vnncc IVest, Wulthnll lt. Popullst-All- cn ance was transacted In either branch of Con- tho farmers and told them that the de some of the perfcrvid republican organs IndcK-nden- t Farm-erKyle cline after ISS'i wns duo lo the redno-tio- n ilo, is to insult the inteillgeneo and virgress Saturday. Now that the question of with the silver purchase law repealed, Aluance -- Peffer1. Total. :ri. repeal has been practically set of the duties, inoiigh they had tue of the people. there will W nadlfliculty with the fThe following pjiirs were nnnounced tled and it Is only a matter of a few hours made tho reduetii.r. themselves. In inances until the 1st of DecemWr, when If the citizens of the different Sherman wlen Tno f'rst named would hnvo voted ii statutethebooks. In soact will be wiped off the 1S00, the MclCinley bill increased the either cannot or will not conductstates eongress will again W In session. elecfar as It completes the IE, with monthly purchase nf 4.M00M Allison, the ntllriiiative. of prices of wool tions fairly and honestly It seems to W generally understood ouncts of silver, rates, but tho fall without the Milch, li uif Ore.) It; Chandler. K.. public lute-cw concentrates In an earnest went on. This in nil the spell- supervision of federal agents, our sysnow thnt the senntr will pass the Chilor an adjournment of thin extra session. binders n gmxl deal but when Mr. tem nese extension bill while the house It with White (of Cnl.). D.; Wilson, I!.. is niaCo that congress i olqtiitt I); Cordon, I), wit) Ihoedivnlexiriordlmry session for haling ticn Cleveland was ele. ted president they ure. of losal self government is n faillonsldering the river bill Several ol with In Itcspeclllc cal . Morgan D ; Palmer, I)., with and have since tile Pneifle coast men snld that If the ot repealing the purchasing clause ol saw their opportunity If corruption or intimidation preIt. theShe-tnnact, that duty once iierlormed coi been saying that the tow price of wool vailed, the attempt to prevent them by enate should amend the bill, as hat grrss sh icld niljourn. This argument has no is duo to democrat n ascendency noon suggested, by striking out al'. central authority, with tho aid of bayoWITH SORROW weight however The mere fact that congress Wool has deeiiiu-i- ' from sixty cents a nets as a logical recourse, would W a intendments nnd making it simply nr. was called logmher for tbe purpose, of certain to less than half that remedy worse than tho disease. Is it extension of six months, that n quorate The llutitr nf Itepresertsllrea I.rarli. ol Kg station Is no reason why, that legislation pound In llarrltnn'a leath. hiving teen (mctej, other legislation may not price now for the corresponding grade. necessary to remind the tould Ik-- needed in the house to past Wasiiixoton. Oct 31. Mr Huntei be entered ujsia The quca Ion of adjournment Tho free trader does not assert that the that this is not Mexico nor centralize! lie amended bill The California mem-ix-rFranco? with the Individual Interi'sls of high tariff has caused the decline of do not propose to give up what (dem 111 offered tho following reso- rests ent'relyef congress themselves Tlie plain fact is that the federal electhe membvra lution price; but logically the protectionist is tion laws hnve utterly failed, as Mr. bet would gnln in the extenshvi wltL WASillxr.TOV, Oct 31 SrxAtK It was Just lteso veil, 'Ihat the house has intendments they proposed nml whlcr showed lit his very able speech 7 is Monday night when, after inorr bound to tnko the responsibility, since and sorrow ihxn o clockhours of explanation, sharp co loqay he contends for tli general principle in the house recently, to do anything the liotiso accepted eight the .iiitiouneciiK'Ut of the violent deatl and closing argument, the United States sen that "protection alwnjs i heapens com- except to "nag" local authorities and Secretary (iresham has written a let II Harrison, mayor of the ate fussed thn unconditional repeal bill b a modities." It Is just as logical to ter to the committee on Inter-stat- e uni of provide a job for partisan agents unj vote or 13 to Si result was reached with that protection has cheapened burden tho taxpayer. foreign commerce regarding the bill elt v of h cago nml formerly n inemWi out demonstration.The Exciting scenes In the af Udj introduced by Mr. Cummlngs, of this ternoon were followed by a dead calm whet wool as that it has cheapened woolens, The elections have been growing Kes red 'Hint these resolutions be Senator Jonis. of Nevada made his valedlctor; or steel rnlls, or any other articles fairer and more honest every year, and of New York, providing for n confer publish.-,- ) in the Itecord, and that the to Ihe cause of sllv er He as followed by Pef which, under the inexorable law of euce of maritime nations to consldei the republican party has been grow, fer lneilt the Is'st methods, of carrying llvo stock speaker nf the house cause n copy o able who msde hli protest against the Harris supply and demand, have suffered a ing weaker. Hut tho progress Is dm In behsltof Iho populists. Senator N- - transmitted lo the family o' Hut when a wholly to an enlightened public sentiesn-Is- . 'I he secretary repliei same in of Tennessee, who was visibly affected by the great decline In price protectionist talks to a farmer about ment. This sentiment has secured tin t xcltemcnt of the occasion, made a last har tliat several governments have on occa- the i!c tntcd. and tbe debato was close! by Senator wool he always Mr. Morse (lien. Masv), indorteil tin all about the enactment of ballot-reforsions heretofore had correspondence laws In a dolefully proclaimed the downfall with this country, seeking to nccom resolut .!! nnd expressed his persona, sirs art. whothrough the 'Vonsurnrrotlos ot (lie theory that protccti' a i.iuses the fall majority of the states, providing priif the ration of prices. pllsl, the very object which Is proposed regret at Mr Harrison's death nnd crime ot HOI" vacy for tho voter und secrecy for the Thero hove Wen svuiptoms In recent ballot. These la wa arc worth more as by Mr. dimming' bill. The secretary this appalling tragedy. He wished, it llotsu Monday Ihe house pxssed aresolu Wing something this c- mei tton, to call the attention lion of condolence over the tragic desth of years that the Oln. fanner, so far ns safeguards to free and honest elections otiimends the bill as ha reached the which the state department will pro of con." ess and the country to tin Mnyor llurrlscn, of Chicago, A bill to ronton wool U concerned than supervision by nn army of federal supplies for tate bidding ard contracting note with such suggestions and In fuet that the assassin wns probably t the gnicrnnicnt departments for Ihts city was limit of his creditlitc In one or two spies nnd bulldozers would be. In gains forelgin nnd was possibly insant pifsed On elections lately the A. formation ns it may possess. The people have decreed tliat this motion cf Mr Sprlrger. by unanl when In landed in this country. Hi mout consent the house recommitted to the have been heaviest n. 'In worthless and undemocratic system provcJ that thought the occurrence of such trago committee on banking and currency the rrsolu counties. It reuia'i,-1- " Named lor Office. shall go, nnd It Is going. N. Y. World. .' dies, ns tlie one which had so recently lion asking ihe secretary of iho treasury lo thu old V shiiiM.in.x, Oct HI- .- The president Imee retains any as to the operation of stuti taken pl.ne nt Chicago, should Imprcsi furnish InformationThe morning hour having ex- of Its potency us u ' inner In Ohio. PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. Moudny sent the following nomination! tanking systems. Louisville Courier t.ntinii to the senate: State F.dw in F L'hl oj on the country he necessity of enforc- pired, the debste on the bankruptcy bill, the McKlnley Gov continues to vigorously tho lnws excluding pedal order, was resumed. Mr llroderkk, Michigan, to W assistant secretary oi ing more UNCHANGED. CLEVELAND thrust his head Into the old Ilritisb stnte, vice Joslnh (Jutncy, resigneil Insnne. p.mper nnd idiot aliens and foi of Kansas, antagonized the bill, and Mr. Draper, The President Aitlirrr. Firmly ti Ills lion's mouth. And tho "beast" is James 11. Koosevelt, of New ,ork, t thn ciinct ncnt of moro stringent lawt of Massachusetts, supported tt stuffed with the same old threshed-ovo- i Democratic 1'rliu Iples, W secretary of embassy of the l'nlted for the exclusion of these dnngcrotu XVomnn Fxeetlteil. A great deal has !oeii made of Mr. straw. N. Y. World. Mntos nt London, vice Henry White. clnsses th tt nre now being emptied or Hkiim.n Oct III. A woman was exo Cleveland's letter - Iho governor of C Mr. Dudley is said to havo n now , these slums. resigneil. Wnr dipt F.d ward T. cutctl In this city Monday, she Wing Ueorgl.i. financial scheme. If it is constructed assistant surgeon to W surgeon I'reiulercatt XI ns a Nrtvatioy. the first woman to 6tiil.r the death he opposed on tho "block" system It will undoubtMr. Clovulnnd nrott that with rank of major Ouint, Neb., Oct. 31, Inquiry Mon-d- penalty here blnve llcrlln wns made n free coinage unless it lOtild attend un edly have the unqualified Indorsement developed the fuct that Pn trick Ktilsertndt. A Drieriiilneil Sulelile. International agreement He began of Judge Woods. N. Y. World. Tho hist woman to suffer the extreme Miylng'that wars ago. and nothing has Du.t.tiiono, Ind.. Oct. at. Preston Kugono Preiidergnst was for scvcm Mr. Whatever recommendation Hamilton, n farmer near here, mnde a years n newslioy in Omaha. He sole penalty of tho law wns executed In been know n nf him Wtter than his ad- Cleveland might have made to congress IMUl. .Monday was Ktullio herence totlie'ipinion. the Herald on the llrouniug-KIn- g The victim cor He remarkable attempt nt suicide. regarding the financial situation would went out Saturday, burned up tome iter In partnership with "l'tnnforo" imc .lllinnn. nee Kuehiie, of Hammer, When lie s.n.1 that lio was nut prised have been sure to be denounced elthci .orn shocks, elliuW-- a tall tree and "Hats.'' HU former nssociates do not Prussian Silecln She hud Wen con- ut the oppositwii to repeal lu the sen- lu Now- - York or the far west. Ono mar spe ik of him us Wing Insnne, but ray victed of the murder of her husband, ate, lie was undiplomatic. Ktiquutto cannot servo two masters whose rejumped frriu its top with suicidal Sunday ho wns found in n pool tli.it ho wns surly nnd disagreeable, und tho facts elicited nt the trial show- nssuinestli.it .me branch of government quirements differ In every cseiiti:il. of bloixl in it Held. Ho had cut hit lie disappeared from hero ubout three ed that tho crime was most dollWratu does not ui'iiiute dibnpprovul of an- und the toasting the president Is gnt years ngo. anil wrists. He still lives. other tint i' has acted. F.ut senators ting from some quarters, while it wai the president, and to have been expected, in no less hot have Wen itm-ni- g "Major" DerHrr lleail. President rolioiii Inillrteil. iistrl.ui Cabinet Hetlgns. ( Oct ai. -- "Major" Decker, .Al.Ilfqt r.liqi'i:, N. M Oct SO. The the latti n s J ino no more than was than that he would have received from Yikx.nv, Oct ill. F.mperor Francis hostility to him. Ot: top of llr.st Joseph accepted thu resignation of the who for years was advertised as the l'nlted States jury.whleh has Just com- It dotu oi miintatora must remem- others, had his action Wen different smallest man living, is dend. He win pleted its labors, has found three true all. th. Mr. Cleveland Is the victim of an un entlto cabinet Monday, Slnco the emJl"' hns ne'er Wen u ' peror iiccupted tho resignations he has tl years old, weighed 75 pounds anc bills against S. M. Folsoin, president ol ber thatt l.rc''t' nuat Ills surprise at avuidiible condition Chicago Tunes. du -'- 1 ho tariff Is not a sectional quesconferred separately with the lenders was M Inches high. Ho died nt tin the Albuquerque Nntional bank, closed feather it' s .ti ay has not Wen conMackinac house, the sen tion, and is not to Ut settled on section-u- l of tho three parties In order to obtain n brief Illness, :;:tl State street, nftoi some time since by order of the soulil us well go Into a supposed to havo beer lines. A revenue tariff cannot W of tho currency. Ho g.tvo bond cealed, and it their views upon the reconstruction ol duo to excessive uleoholUm. letter as into the earsof every Wdy who other than it national tariff, laid, uot in Jio.ooo. tho government talks wit lib mi for tho benefit of any particular localiAn Kmbeiiler Coming, SpsnUh rrlaiincr. Murderrcl. Council Adopt The lit', w - not a startling docuty, but simply for tho purpose of ralv-lu110. Lomion, Oct. Ut. A dispatch to tht Fran( lilc.Mio, Six Josr, Cottn Kica. Oct. n 't fall from n clear sky. Oct. at Tho council ment li tho national revenues on the chamber was draped In black when tin Dally News from Madrid says tin cis II. Weeks, of New York, tho alleged No mori 'Inn "nat '10 has given to the simplest and leust burdensome plan. ' ' ',,os 'l mean that lie Thut Is the turlff for which tlie peopli ildermcn entered it Monday morning Arabs murdered nnd mutilated tin embezzler, sailed for New Orleans on public Appropriate resolutions wero adopted wounded Spanish troops, w hose shrieki the steamer Foxhall. Ho was lu cus- would ti"i ciiisent to uny cdnage have pronounced and which they will on tho death of the mayor, nnd the of agony could be heard In tho night tody of an American detective. Mrs. tneasuri until '' international ugree-tneget If they can get anything from the. by their comrades in tho forts. Weeks, his wife, accompanied him. meeting then adjourned. It inenns tliat he present senate. w as riac -- d Louisville. Courier-Journar t have any more coin .In Uiiromiiinnly llrlRlit Meteor. would rather lluatemitliiii Irnnpi Itepiil.etl, MrleUiijeiV Strike On ll inicriiuiiouni Mooiiks Him, Intl., Oct 8b A large agree1 Tlie firmness of tlio president l (ll'Kl. xl.TK.VAtl, (itt.ltcmul.l, Oct "A age will 'it w 'It till his baoklvone, Mr, I.OW KM- - Mass.. (let. :tl 'I'lin strilu. meieor passed over Ilk section, fnin. ment. Hut Mr Cleveof the llricklayers' union, which wiif east to west, Sunday night shortly nf toi ' The government troops sent out after Clevelat is m' a fanatic He knows characteristic of the man. land, like David Crockett, first inaket , v 'H not bo satisfied with negnn last May, Is Ueelnred off, lx?eaiise h o'clock. Iteast iilljfht as bright ut M.clul audits have returned aftui hav- that ll" ' sure Is right;" then he is not oulj ing attacked the bandits nnd being the Itltcrnat'olinl union ennst.ti.rk it tne moon. thcMicrman law- und noih- - ready ho "go ahead." but to stand wit! i La repi i1 s to In the engiii'oinent tluee un'ioss to appropriate more funds tc else t'linrKnl Wlih strillnB In support of hit and fourteen soldiers were killed ills' ' stood before the letler adamantine llminetA a iiiinuu tlio struggle. Tho striken Nr.w Oiu.kam, Oct Ul, A, .1, (iuriiey Just ground ugainst all the singing billuwt Tho soldiers tin I many worn wounded lav that the strike is nnlv isiisncndmi Is under arrest here chnrged with the leaves li ui t '"'If' Ho did not agree of opposition, lieu tliHiit, at a critical e tcr thu prctunt and will resume next theft of tho JJ,000 which mysteriously I ttcuy that their opponents wero bri- nltoget1 r -- 1' tho coutlt and west point In the war, when any successful gands; tlu-.tpiltig. upon s.lvtr oolnuge, nnd ho agrees disappeared from the snfo of the Aniei-- ' olutlonlsts, liv,st that ih.sy wera rev further udviince seemed nltnosl ImposI" IhM or lit ISOJ. iuan Kxpress Co. wlillo in tiunslt f ron. lis much ii 'W I'reiul.M-giis- t sible, merely salili "1 propose to fiichl Imtlcle.l. lie l.honest, It out on this Hue If It taUts nil sum (.leiul imi s'luvetund. In Now York. I 'Ihe Miirloiu In I'nrK CllfiAuti, Oct. SI, Tho grand Jury the Itatilt nf Coiiwuvn-ennd not (). ','s.."Hon. I.tivT P, Morton, jnlhifliuis n "'"lie. able the Iwlleft one mer." President Chuchind l uot Wa !nti lay l el ti no, I un Indletiueul fm to thitWhltlley national linnU. of Ihli !I aecejilUlJf of hit fail ' " w iiiuneyi ,i',i-s Ills dttlltf'.lt-'- t H Ills of tin aeeonUM !' xu.i-.liiucu thy slay l'il. ' " "tuyliif his own, tit linn when 'tford Tluiaa is-- 'lfcBj !p u itn.iui I'lemleiL-.i-t- , other ' I Aiiieileaii ii Co. Pi till, y"t-- . It rl.Mit. Hi r ol Mnriir Luuls )!i , - THHcmTENED 1 1'a.a.rtl lly tlir Senate II? n Vole of e.l to a'4 -1- MB truuil. Hk the Osllerlrs In W final UtrncEle. Vi . 'at vj?.l try-lli- ff .;, c n b.fi tfc - I.lTsJ-rooI- , s Jp-an- hs Pren-derga- ofalk tree-top- jf f n r lifc4tJfsvt v- t Gray-haire- .r". Y'"ruc".,T quadro-centennl- "",t:? tht t. jfei'-oloa- j t'i tj ... T! "ii H - silver-producin- s if re-x-- tJ 1 1 e 7 Inns-acte- - 1 st 1 Hnns-brough- . n s eon-ten- d t- - ... i m.x-rati- c wool-growin- g i wool-ptillln- v Com-eyt- t- n 4 i iik-ao- , i coui-troll- j- I ! nl l. . 1 . 1 i - olll-ecr- v ' I -- , f.tn, i - 'r in-- uamsatm Bat & fstrii Lwsfe -t "TTvr i m rrinriin i n Kje.,IV, iTr-nwrr- la&Ji - ifew. , . V. I . J l E& A. S. ItOSEDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. i Tl CabTnct Photo's '83.00, . ' PANIC 'T.. -- iir perDoz. Visitors arc welcomed. " Wt tk - Good Work Guaranteed. gs - WSj-.-1-- . : T rm RS M G ok PRICES fashionable IS NOW READY FOR MUSINESS. HIS LARGE 3. AND sraa- - ?7ti 2J Tzrr :gm 3& 'Hvt g& i, m JM& wrBMc" tsvt- i. r' MAGNIFICENT MT.U UjDj ALmT. ..imriB: : cc V !" Dress Goods, Cloaks, Curtains. Laces, Gloves, Hosiery, Gents' Fine Clothing, Fiirnisliing Gootls,.Overcoats, Hoots, Shoes, HATS, CAPS, &c, is now ready lor exhibition. The above goods were purehasoil.tfr the Cash, during the late panic, and was bought for the lowest pricesever made on first-clas- s I claim to be the You can yet Bargains at BUCHANAN'S that no other house in Hickman will dare to duplicate. Goods. and i U-- I intend to keep up my reputation for Itt'penl at LiihI. 3Vl.a.:k::e:r, FIRST-CLAS- S GOODS and oif l w" the LOWEST PRICES STOW THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., V ' .. h . I "3 i a i! i A The Senate of the l nlted States Monday, by a vote of Kl to 32, OV. 3, 1893. passed Hie Voorhecs bill rcpenlln RIDAY, 3UCCSS80K TO WITTISO J XAMSJC,) the purchasc'clause of tde Slier man net. For, nearly three months DEMOCRATIC TICKET,, has the struggle- proceeded. It A.mwl VQR STATK SRNATOK, caultl have bee-t- , inird'iotg ajo B.',T. TV LEU,:' if there lim) beeii hju niethod rt.v wn which (lelintainti be clortd In the of Faftoa county. 1 eWte afierflll biden are beard. Ton BEPKESKNTATIVB, Vhil Uir coiintrv wjll rejoloe sV that rpnrnl lifts ctmio at last, one FIN LEY 11 EN NICK, AtAll be cannot fnil to real me how much of Hickman coftntj. Quiet Sl.i t.J Small l'roflli, Our M.,110 Clinton 61, Witting'! .Id tt.a.l better it would lime leji hail it been effected uinntha ago. roKreTT mtPRBixTRNWRxr. Tito time acted two Menara. Stew. Goods, 10 h. W ara mlhorlnd to annonne Mr. I). E I'etfer, anil others haa panned WILSON raodiUle for Hnpertn-l- ii art, of millions to linsinegs apt of Common 8ctiooV for Fullnn the lo men. The priee the country has I'ounij, at the (Diulog MutfuiUr mm: . IihiI to pny fur seiiatorirtl courtesy is beyond the j:rii of the finite We r authorize I to announce JAS. II. We have all the Latest Novelties and Not Shades, Wc have the largest Stock of Wraps brought In the 8AUNDKKS, (pre.ent Inriimhenl) at a mind. The ixjiie n now simplified. with Trimmings to mutch. candidate forfluprlntnil.iil of (lorn In the congressional elections to city this xeaion. All the new thingi- in J, adieu nnn Sohoola for rulton count, at Hit lie held next enr the 'advocates Jackets with Itutter lly Cape, etc. No'cmbar election. of the free and unlimited coince of Ailrer will doubtlesa make anFOR Pef.lf'F. JCDUE. j i Hon mm ant. j: l. Al.r.XANPKK. 3 A TIIOMr.OM, M.nt'CIM.fAN, other effort to elect a House in k. casi; Jinlir C. U ItAMil.K, J H. HKAULK5, Jr. We ar aulliorli.il to UK J, N accordance with their views. The OUrTBN, at a candidate for l'oltce interval, however, will be softieient Judge of tlieCltr of Hickman. E'ecllon to enable tlio people to Judge We hnvo one of the best and cheapest Hues in the We carry a complete lino of the nbnvo In NoTtmher, 1893. ft hellier or not the present volume hTCIHNAN. Pr.H.aii J. J C. tlONhl'llANT, VlfPrtaMaal; . L. AI.BX Clothing Clothing. The finest and fit v. Wo are, hIho, hciul'iuarlerti for Caudee ANIiKR.Ci.altr, J N IIKt).KK, Jr, Attlttarii Catliiar. of money is sitfliuient for the 1. ubbcr Hoots and Shoes. made in the United States. A CARD. needs of business. There will be nu nmifint restorntton or conn- Ti lAi VoUn 0 tkt (li of lUrkmm, Ki with to annuijuce imi.lf at a c.oill. ilenee, and under the impulse nil B-A.Ili'X'ISIdata for the olbct of Councilman of rour busiueHS will be resumed. The Eie, night of commeidiil depression city. Uleelinn Taenia?, Not. T, 160J i'rtTCiBi r tiic rr.LS.RstTi:n am a uemoornt or the deepen ue, nut urn eniled uutl a new era of pros ' Ill nt.tr Ut my pollllcal fe.llng. wa.tr Iu.rit. dawns. Alllieal Avalnuche ' ' mi from Jotnf x I thluk bt.t for tlit ciljr Yourt rtiptctfull, 1. R. DRUM N I have taken great care in Hit?" Kli.ctions will be hod in Vengeance Threat cm-.- . selecting my stock of Men'n and thirteen States this year. We feliMll Nee What We Hoys' Fall and Winter Clothing, The Murray Ledger publishes "LlVK and let live" is a good Gents Kurnlfdiliig Goods, Hals, Nhnll Nee. a sensational story to the effect maxim, but livo and help live is a Caps, Half Hose, Gloves, Tics, &c. A complete that the negroes of that section better. There is no duubtiug but that n m.:x-- r Tub Democratic party will very large majority of the business new stock and tirat class. I ask hao banded themselves together exjtnluatiou of quality, to do bodily harm to the whiten have the credit of tlio good times a care rul people of the United States bo fit and prices. " ' for the lynching of Miller, t ho ne- which are about to ensue. lieved that the Sherman law was 10 270w II. O. $iiBEno. gro rapist, who was hung and Sexatou KLACKiiUItx has inlargely chnrgable with tbo existburned at IWdwell a fow months augurated a movement to change What Would They Do? ing depresred, panicky times, aco. We do not. ns n rule, give the jenato rules so as to permit HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. and that its repeal would restore 'U 8upposo'that tight or.ten third much credence to suoli reports, the majority to rule. business confidence ami prosper CLINTON STKUET, HIOKMAN, KY. Punnc sentiment in New party nmn says 'elected to itj. The Couuiee has felt that legislature, 'were could' they the 'but the Ledger one the report leans has been nrnuneil In or ho what of the most most Intonso opposition against dof comes through X)EIjI"V"ER,EZ3 because these people believed They ciuh. nu.7z.R. rrM'u join u. lontuL, t. rrrt'i. could not carry out one unreliable citizens of Gullowu couu any fui titer WmAmCI C4At iu that this it would, of itself, contribute the reforms of which they so often ty. Here it is: oil v. was to prosperity when that cause boast; In fact, they wouM not try. ''Out in (he western side of Calaa It must be admitted by every &3-- Highest Market Price will bo Putt! for P.cof Cattle. removed. The repealers held that They would only sit and draw loway, a few days ago, an old ne- one thatsenator Hill, of New York, the compulsory purchase of so their pay nud go home ml com- gro woman was at t lie home of a has made himself stronger uith l much silver was dangerously un- plain at the democratic paity for well known citizen, and tlio the people of this country than affuir being brought tip, oerby his couise in tlio Semite. dermining the honesty and sound ull the wrongs that who done. a What ineasnres are now being caused the old woman to remark tMtCK ness of our money, and that ulti.tetn.i-liU'mei trouble.! wlllf.in In proposed by them that would ben that "uebher mind you white folks IjIIIoii colic or l'nrrho;. (hethtUli.inbrr mately it would have brought the efit of the state! will be made to suffer for treating Liu'. Cotlr, Cholera auJ l)irrhu-- Htmrih CI-IA- . S purchasing power of a dollar, is Can the they name one, that when dat poh nigger dat way, and the a trial ami j ou will lx mora llian lrrl 100 cents, enacted into laws would better time is not far off', either, for us sued to the people for iih lli. rr.ult It h lraMiit, .iff tnl Solicits your bnidnrM. We offer the most I.llurnl Aecommodntions rrliaHI.. '.'3 an M cent to the market price of silver bul- the present conditiouof tlio peo- colored folka have made up our by r T. Swajne, Lhugjist, bottle for .ale to our CuBtotueia Uourdi-trii- t Dealer tu with Kslnbllfthcd minds as to what we nro going to lion, or ubout GO cents, and thus ple or save the state tiny taxesf Itaukiiig PiliiclileH. Tup. authorities of Memphis, There is not a state in the Unit- do." Her part of the story at prove an actual loss of about 40 DRUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS AND ed Slates to day that is, tiiittncially, traded the attention of the head Tenn., have forced to abancents on each dollar to tho hold- in bettor condition tint the state of the family, and he demanded don the casobeen of Sheriff McLeiidnu, ers who bail given their labor or of Kentucky. Otherstntes have that she tell htm exactly what she charged with fail nro to do his HICKMAN, KY. C. BALTZER. H. T. TYI.EH, j. v. POWELL, products for it. The Coubikb been bankrupted, and sumo have meant by such assertions. At first duty 011 the occasion of a recent It. II. IIHKV ARl) wants a sound, honest dollar, one repudiated their conlrnets, hut in she refused, but npou being told Ij nulling. A. A. W. A SHUCK, J. W. COWGILL. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. worth 100 cents anywhere. every instance the have been she had to divulge everything she Tub recent disrovery of a cure The Silver Senators nmko dire governed by other political par knew nbout it sho began and told predictions as to distress and dis iies than the Democratic This it all. Said she: "Hie negroes for consumption by Dr Amirk, of Oh, Iny poor back I NVhnt pnln I An Otfer Extraordinary. aster to result from this repeal, State has been under the control have banded themselves together Cincinnati, is creating No excuse for it Plaiitntinu Anti Only lllrnit. a tax-It- . and whilst we see nothing to jus of the Democratic party for time over this section to go to the Interest in the medical world, and A in.infi'tnl port folio of nfrlnf ol Pain Porus Planter with rnpfdciiin tify such awful predictions, yet we ont of memory most, and if that homes of the while people on it is now claimed that this dread ftmoincltl.ii, icrnt. ami with will cure it. Sold and Ktinranti'cd disease can be cured. I tlf.criotlnri. bjr John KnxM.ir I, l.i shall, one and all, note results, anil party had been as corrupt as some election day, while the men folks tra.rlrr ami lecturct lia. Ratisfaetnry by apply such remedies us experience would have us beliere instead of are away, anil murder all their WT When the water works nro nerMa OowpHKt (Jowgill, Hickman, Ky proves ucccKSury. children, anil destroy in operation everybody sliould hern I..iipI, r.rh hook containinr It) being in good condition, would wives and .ngr.rlng. Itxl.'l Inchu in T. T. Swiiyne. " The country has been wrought have been .it the bottom. their property, and I am told they take a bath. Cowgill & Oowgill anl well worlh l AOraeh. They can Hit, Don lor (orii Itro'n , Cayce, Ky. up to a fearful stato of excitement, nt lb. rltlinjf amount of 10 tenia keep nice Soaps, Sponges, Toilet The people, the tix payers, nre nave everytniug reaii.v, 100." A. 1. Hrevard. Jordan, Ky. which in our opinion Is not justi- not willing to make a eliango as Waters, besides a full line of Ex- a "e.k dy .iil.ctli'iii j to TLe lnlce-DEUOS, wiNifa Week Itrpuliilo fied by the conditions, and thous- long as the affairs of state are" in tracts aud Odors. In ihe fir.l book Mr Sio-- laril (altea Prepare yourself for the coming MEDICINES, ands of people are writing and as good condition an they are now in AND Miss Daisv Garland, ihugh ynu lo France, EnlanJ, IreUnil, Xorway, summer l. cleansint,' your system woolen Underwear at $1.00 and talking who are allowing prej- If the republicans or people's par l'.trlD, Htiierlaiii, and piulOiuc your blood with STATION EH V, per suit at General Gar- Sweden, (lerinany,llraul, tor of udice, feeling and sentimeut to ty were in power what would they 91.no QUOI1S lrxlcu ul lie 10-land, committed suicide tit her Au.iralli, I'alj, SANni.Rs & ItlOE Plantation Sarsap.irlllu aud Iodide EANOY GOODS Unite I SiHlei. tun riot. This is a great country, do iu the way of legislating that home iu Washington last wtek by TLe Il.r'iblle hrinre III. world lo yon of Potash. Price TiOcts aud $1.00 FOR of immense wealth and resources, would put the people of the state TilK CJiIcago Herald in speakSUNDRIES, lis? Jm amm-B-? I. Iin l and prosperity is as sure to return in a more prosperous condition ing of the justice of an income shunting herself through thehoart It brine, u'l that ftll craml. ramiinlle. an I per bottle. Hold by ami lo your fire.ltl- -, with her father's revolver. Oowj-il- l & Oowgill, Hickman, Ky MEDICAL PAINTS, us the sun continues to shine. than they ore now! They fail in tax says "No lax can be fairer nhlleynii, rmir family anil frieni). fen T. T. Hwni-ntheir speeches to say what they than an income tax, provided it Kl. Inokksoli, Isn't much iiion ll wonieri 'erftly ati'l aoourilely USE. OILS, fiorc Hro's., Cayce, Ky. Chicago's Jin or AnsattKf. propose that would ho better for can be properly assessed and ofColon a Democrat, but he thinks that pirlraye lhcy . ill be eloitieutly d.tcrlb A. E. Hrevurd, Jordan, Ky. el by .Mr SloJJarJ blintelf uuted. the people; anil, pnlll they can collected. For mnuyyeais nil the when the ''infant industries" get SPECIALTY. PRESCRIPTIONS For Tbe Kepublie, a show a system of state govern- revenues have been raised by big eiiouizh to wear No. l'J boots ample lartit'uUra ropr of nlileli will be fre Plantation Chill (Jure Is guaranCarter 11. Harrison, Mayor of. ment, or get out of the iiiion receipt of a iioilnl canl rciimi laws means of indirect tax. Such tax nud threaten to Chicago, was assassinated at his better than the on en ire how have, s fall ou consumption anil the house, it is about timo to jut U'0,ifi)ii want a eainpla of Ilia "Art teed. If it don't euro go nud get rorifolio" out till ii'l.enl.etuenl out ami your money' back. Awk yournmr. V-flLRD, home in that city, Saturday night the people'"will i)eVer,rmake a burden 1b borne by citizens iu pro atop to inu counting uustuess. enit it In with 10 cent, aud aerlea No portion to their ability to pay. chant about It. Price otlo. Sold by change. lieutoti '.Tribune. l 'J.'i l In IhenorM.'' Tlih It liat will be ent yon "Tita last, about 8 o'clock, by a crunk Without thla The mechanic with a large family W I). Wooilrlnf, of llurlly, Ky, of cenli will bs rireil Adilren, Itooui '1$, CowkiII&UowkIII, Hickman, Ky i OZ.D named Eugene Patrick Premier-gast- , McGtnty never went to the may pay more than the millionaire Chanitj.rhln a Coujb Itemed) Utaivt tpokt Keiiiblio, til. Iwnii Mo. T. T. Swayne. ' " a nowspaper carrier. The bottom of the well, ns reported. with no family or a small one." Inim perminm excrlenc. In the n.t or It, Ooro Hro's., Cayce, Ky. Xaena a SpWndld Slock of tli. tar; bail s uuoirll uu J raiiilljr lia? ng jui been eurtil Clilldrcit like to lalio V. C, C. reason assigned by Prendergust He only stepped down to TiiURK is a bill pending iu ConA. E, Brevard, Jordan, Kv. of all klud. of bid Drug Storo nod got bottom gress providing for tbo issue of of T T,ejuglia an cciUa hr it. for tain C'crlHln Chill 'iirc," Ihe pliita-nu- t for shooting Mr. Ilanisou was lij hwajrtu-- PrinKlit. mid euro nr , .ce. on ivmiif, y. ,u,i.., Kcyi-rFor Nnln or Kent. fractional currency in tie- that he had promised to give him lhcy keep a full Hue of such j HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c, a comshttkk appointed by n I'rlco .'O eta. and Malurlu. , fit) n0In,mi.,011(, of B 10 03 a position and had failed to keep UUUO convention of nogro lawyers ro r. by C. A. llpimMnr, Iru?Klt For lalu The Hassett place about 1 miles Which araoffer.Jat OKI! 1'IUCB, and tbal cents. This Is intended to furnish ccutly held In Chattanooga have bis word. The murderer is a South wuntof Hickmnn, well tlio public with a convenient form iu Washington to urge November lile'clloiiu. Have yon tried Plantation Liver young man about 21 years old. rerr Ion eat Hie market jtmllta. good houses, &o. Address, of money lor transmission tbroiitili arrivedCongress the recommenda- Pills for habituil cnntttipntinn f M. P. Donaiiok, the mails. , It is to displace the uponof the He called at the Harrison resiAll foidi f uarantaed lo b Thirteen Sta eg miiu repreafntiJ convention that one They are perfootlj (lellhtrul and ..i,i..i. ....... . i... .iti.. tion St. Louis. Mo dence and asked to see the Mayor, on Nov. 7. althoucli but live elect ,iPllwll dollars he appropriated a buro cure. Price 2.1c. Sold by tnlx frri, ..... mi .Inn. l.. tsni. billionwhich ....... . .. .. willt and when that geutleman made governors. Tlio States holding This fractional postal currency thocnloted people of ""CowrIII ATOowglll, llickinau, Ky may be colonized. his appearance he shot him three elections " T. T. Swiiyno. Kentucky, Ma- - would be liirnlshed at its face tuts country ar6 Iowa, Ooro Hro's., Ciyce, Ky. times. Mr. Harrison expired in lyland, Missouri, Massachusetts, value, nud without he formality tuSr Ladies, don't wear your A. 12. Hrovard, Jordiin, Ky. now necessary to get a postal selves out by running an old, about twenty minutes. Mr Harri- Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, note. Heavy .Machine, Call at Oowgilra f Sacee.tort to llllioa llrat.l son was a Keutuukian by birth, Pennsylvania, Pluutntion Chill (Jure hIojih chilU, Dakota, South 63--I now have n full stock of Drug Storo and gut a and was serving his fifth term as Virginia nud "New Home," the best ma- stops 'em quick, iud they never Pull Men's and Hoys' Custom-madWisconsin. come back. If you don't huliovo Mayor of Chicago. state tickets will be uhnseu in Hoots and Shoes. These goods chine In the uutikut. it, try it. If it don't stop 'em ink Iowa, Ohio, .Massachusetts, Wis- will glvn 6atUfarstlnn. Try them. Pass tariff bill for revenue for sour money bncU. you'll get It. Tun man Prendergast, who kill- consin and Virginia. In the latter only, says the Hoiitnu Standard. 10 27 Ot II. C. AilliUKO. ed Mayor Harrison, is cleat ly Stale the contest is between the Fire, Life, Accident, We want to see how it will work. Prico 50c Hold by insane, lie should be hanged, Democrats mid Populists which of the A PBOUMAlt feature Unnruill & Oowgill, Ilickmau, ICy however, to prevent that kiud of gives it an element of interest it yellow fever epidemic at Hruna Give it a trial and let us forevor " '' T. T. Swayno, settle this question. Von can't insanity from spreading. possess. wick, Oa., Is the fa- that colored tell thicli Is the sweetest until would not otherwise Tornado, &c. (lore Uro'M., Cavce, Ky. S.VY8 the Chicago Herald: Rut New York elects ft Legislature people nie most affected by it, nud you have kissed them both. We A. E. Brevard, .Ionian, Ky. more than all we shall hare to and all the State ollloer oxcept it luriilsh more than have kissed the high tariff girl Pain in Stomauh unit liowels, think the president of the United governor. Tlio remaining States ofthe victims. In ptn inns years until she is bald. Hand over the negroes low tariff damsel. Htales, who, through severe illness choose judgoi and Legislatures, and iu other cities the f Caji-i- ii atpmnui S".Kl,'!!,ni?Xr..Sr.rr."Kiltiil and personal anxiety, begat by but only thron ofthe latter choose have enjoyed comparative liiiinit-uitStomauii ami uowein cannot extat fioin that diseaap, and wore ATTENTION, EVERYBODY! spoilsmen In his party on the one United States senator. We ara offorlnj alt ;rlea of Plain, $210,000,000.00. when Pluutntion Diarrhma Mixanit nna rurnltar. at raatlr rluro1 prtf ea. Tf a employed to care for the stiickeu hand and timorous Wo will, for tlio next sixty days, ture is used. It's guaranteed. Sold " C. C. V. CcTtutiTciilH dire". f and dispose of the dead. They eirr rail lino at ail itmoinf Chairs. Rookort), Tablos, Buroons, WauHetainlo, a splendid no the other, hnruilc-sspltiun.it - woguaiaiitbaiur Wiirdrobos, ChnmborSots, Ntottrosaoa, Oprlnga, Dto to the soil everything in the Jewelry lino by Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman Ky be stuhlxiruneiH that will clinch his Chlltlicii to tnt.o'ant! prlre. to bo tbe lowo.i. Ulraut atrial ana U loiwii.ced. iiho j,, citiiirtintccd seemed toNow,imporvious tlio con- at actual COST.- Now is tlio timo " " T. T. Swayne, disease, however, frt'ua, fought the light of financial omcJli OVKIl HIOKMAN BANK, to cure Chin, mui rover. Large IV Wa arelirajqarlor.oo Undorlakors' Q sorts an4 Altoount all competition tu U1 Gore Ilro's., Cayce, Ky. line. We oanry a larito line ol Wuodau uul Mjtil.lu tluri.il C'aaaa. ditions nre changed, and the lie to buy. Call nml sec us. We menu to a ttlunpli.nit end and .bottles 30 cent a, KENTUCKY. HICKMAN. A. E. Hrovard. Jordan, Ky. BUCK I3UOS. bubincw. OTUtttititi aiiJ J6t Wurk a .ii.tlU'gr. savv-- l the n.iUou fiuui disaitor. PrusjKil. grnee nre the chief sufferers. rQr.lt',y f llotro'-in-i v. r- - lo 1 ever niade in Hickman. :f rices Minis' Examine my Prices and Goods, they'll convince you! i Wa ASfcB SSAO? J. M. "Witting .lelev f A X-- Xi X A JLJ .Gil Staple and Fancy Groceries, Departments will found complete with New, Novel and to 20 per cent, cheaper than any other house. tractive .,, I ,. and I eltc-Is- d. DRESS GOODS. a LADIES WRAPS. - mmm national bank, - -- anno-inc- e OLOTillKrG. well-'nown Stronse Bro's best-fittin- g CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIEBOTOBS. BOOTS AND SBSOES. OFFICERS 1 Hand-kerchief- SHAW. Ma B. Shaw, & Xj-mzm- ICKIIIAN WAGON CO., s Staple and Fancy Groceries, PBEHI HICKMAN WAGON, lT I prize-fightin- S-JlCKMA- 11 AKZ, Hard-wel- , THE OLD RELIABLE. tax-paye- r a - A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF lHjat.a I,. Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. M:.j-- HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. I DIBBOTOR wido-sprea- , t.nic-ii- . j J I I I And in a Special Value J -- fvttZSZit&S&.A I g i n j il2t3MlyHA 'HD iBSl I 1 TR ht-- S. BUEJ lr KIT.IABLBr' Cow-gill'- .. ,, I , .H-ti- o 1 ! ii""i11., -- I ; I 3, B. Ellison Hooflne: el Sjooictl"ty i ruaNITURE. nJRNITURE. light-runnin- g e INSURANCE! STEPHENS & TYLER, di:alkhh ix -t three-fourth- s I'iimiti ire an (UnmaRe r sOoods K v Wi tlmo-sorver- s lirtl'1' - Inli-zrit- y 1 -- I JR"'"-ff t . -- ' l v i - . ,' -- . i a . . '.Ji(4. 11 in.. fy AiJU't -- .r T r; - .JK3HAE!s. rsiaSVf .MteSfflfliffi4feftffiWi rraaa inr iignrai nita r nam r r i 'JfTLl fWTKW aTrmi ''""Sti&F ifl fmmmvnmv 9Mittemrx.rtMKKti9v, Ur.'trHtUBHtCJXTntrVHiimni -- . tOTOSl ,1ut received StO708 I Alio, n full I.e. l'liBt-Uriind A.. I. tlio moil complete stock of GUOKINO nndTIHATING i PoiuoiiHfiirRPiies, at lliiinlioldt, Toiin., In in town thin week delir ermg his bills of trees, shrubs, &c. He is h popular salesman and rep resents u nursery. which will lio sold ul the very LOWKST CASH 1'ItIOK. Heir When you Maiiil out to look If ynu need a Stove, tee mo beforo lilting, I will huvojou money. at the electric lilit h mt will onloh cold. Go to Cowglil'a Drug Store and buy a bottle of Syrup of Tar and Wild fJhem. or miinu otliui good cough inudtcipe. Chicago papers are pointing out to the mill mill wlmt they might have done'Jind they been more liberal soone?. Ah the rail road people look oier the wreck, ant! iliiniiigH suits piling up, they think they were too soon an it in. hovo the moil complete mil Tlio preliminary tilnl of Mur carefully helcctetl line of ray Gilbert, for the killing of a policeman in Pad u call a few week HKO, took place hint week, mid lie wan over the Circuit In Hickman. Also, n full lino of )lridlcs, ( ollurs, Collar Pud; Com bound bond to $7,000. The t Inn of Chcok Lines, IJrccching, Haines, Trace, Ac. bond was executed and primmer .00 -- . .- A good set ill HiiKuy Humccy ielcii6cd. (2,00 A good Saddle We would ad vino nnr filemln i ' r.n Hiding Hridlrs 8TOVHS over brought to Illckmuu, Ute of Honor, of tlio Hiuto or Kentucky, has hconuppoliilod Grand Report er to fill out tliu unexpired term of tlio late J. A. Demareo, who clled.ln Louis, illo Inst week. Mr, O'Diiiiiel, the and hustling representative or tlio niile-nwnk- iJictator of the K. of llcss.nr Columbus, nr - at Tinware, Hardware, &c, &c, IEpElDI .!.....,.. . n r i a'V -' ct ;SeSi MMf! Mwar'iiii xj'IUUjjWJ"7 ' '! Him. midi wtr"' s i a: y : 1n . Mi YA i ". It Lie ... . 'i .l loi ovvA School-Hou- se Shoo. 4 ,.v 1 Ui -. bi (aTKyy P'I WE , . . H : V o il...- ounaie I'"oi me iMiiieu rtiiies ii.h noun its diitv. and' io- - v- peiileil (do ailvor purchasing chiiiio of Hie Sherman hill, and good time, it 13 Imped, are in prn-pefor the Mitire cotintrv. IIAVK done our di.1 too, for we have '," 1 Ul sirv 1 aI 1 in li? ,, -- ' Xi SUJt', liiHt-clnH- Tlae Caali IDesilor. BUGGY HARNESS AND SADDLES W. S. ELLISON, ledoeed customer-;- . tfye IN SIIOKS. a riff . I The . ?i vi1 . H on all our Goods, and good times ure riyhl here ut hund for nil our Buggies! Saddles! Harness IX CLOTHING, " Our Mcu'n 88.00, feilits SS.OO and ? 10.00 are great values. 2-- Ulind Tf or. - --you want a good Iltiggy & inVBelorJs'jWfliiiy. Ilridlcs. i nils .... v 'to who want line (JarpetK, RugH. Oil Cloths and Muttlngs logo to. U. Good ntateri.il, well made, elegant fd. You will iy worth per cent more. Our ."i.00 suits nro bringing 20.00 A great line of Hoys and Children!) Clothing ulfto. Suits gl.00 und'up, j 1 I M Exclusive Shoo stores don't show ' a hugcr line of Shoes than wc do. Anything and everything in the Shoe line, and at prices otliPH will not duplicate. See our Ladle' 98u Hntton unit Luca Shoe. Wc carry a full line of Cufetoin-mad- o Shops in Men's, Liulicsuud (liihlrcu's. Guaranteed to give BUtUfactinu. Seu our 51.98 nnd Ladies Shoes and 52.00 and 2.50 Shoes. 82.-"j0 bct School Shoes in the world for Hoys and Girls. pair guaranteed. For snla only at Ever CAXjLi Msk ti'.a JSLEXIZ ,R :'ii!Z TSSS -- B rt - llitilrnwcl Time Table. N Tiala O. l, Itvl iSc Ht. e i.r. Tf.la N. J I, II I A. -- j Makiiiud. In thla county on il that Klrk'n Stand. the tiflih Inst at the resideuoR of I.M 'Mr ..I.. Tlil.m.ia !.. l.M.I Vf..r.. J ...I,..,!, Ill ..III, ., 4IU' ' r" ""'" "l. half t'Olt 51 A (1)1, '"" "'?. K. 11 J .'lailiJox to .Miss A: CoV! price at K Wilson f'. Tom Dillon, Sr. "r"e,,IU, ' elle (ibb, dauchler of tho late A.,s.- -lt was bought less lnn public1 roailn of the coun. wliolesale figures and is sold with. 'r""k filbbs of this city. Tlio The ' foit Pnl.ICK JUIKJK. ('ouiur wishes the young couple ty Jliould be looked afier now nnd out protlt. When the spring time comes nnd I). KlllglllHtl, A. oery earthly blessing. put in Bond condition fur the win. you feel tired, luzv, and generally, TT,,C no account, Don't htumt ihe toeatlien trr while .1... weather dry nnd n sign nitcitizens of Murray pasted r,'Tlint wnll paper can't be 011 it street corner last .1.1,. FOU COlWnil.MUN, Rut cleanse your blood with Plan Iwpek which rend: "All niggHrs'gnod iiiality nt that pricey' says Clin- -. II. Ilaltrer, tntion Sarsaparilla, and start your mar- - 110 laniessnj nun 11 ihtii Mk customers. wiiruliic: half the stceetiour J no. W. (!o gill, liver with Plantation Pills, and ANAN keeps the ulirst mil eheup to white ladles or ti ke a cilubtdiig." "Yes it is; but yon will nerer cpI begin life anew with the rest of Grn. N. Helm, est line of Ladiet Dress Goods, 'The Item sns that the sign meant such bargains after thig. lot is It. II. MunilriK, with Hnitous and Trfiinilngs to all It said, and the citizens will see sold," 811)8 I). E. Wiloii &Co. natnre. Sold by ..,, A, .1. Cl well, matrli, over displai i'd in Micl.uMii.'tlmt il is canied out. Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, Ky The young ladies of tlio city Ihh. O. Wearu. T. T. awayne, a prominent Mr. Win. Judge Moss nt Hard well last r llllnifn prly l Ihe rmlilence Gore Bfn's., Cayce, Ky. citizen of Patliicali iliel nt his week overrated the motion Tor a of Mr II N. Oawgill on (lie tteiilfigof Vote. A. 1'. Hrevard Jordan. Kr. home In that city Inst week, lie now trial in the cuso of .Mint TucilnrU't Afiar ihe rplrlt Imlnno-Cfil- them. nttemtitccl to shoot Urewincton.. Iiphu nnsted. so unit II 011 so Vote earlv. In palrtiig tie jounir people in a wh nn uncle of Mr J. N. Headles, Shclbj found jjulllv of murder at but the pistol railed to fire, when upon the inclosed lands of another CST I have a large and well asirtil.fic'ory nonntr, tho cnuplts were .Shoot Hint straw lint. 01 linn city. the pieceeding term of circuit) nhf rcil lulo lli dlniiiz lull ndrro nine- - sorted stock of Ladies and Chil- ho struck Hrenington over the to shoot hunt or fish, without tho DR. DAVIDSON. Get oat your oxercnat. Tiipi-inffnn.t iIh.i! of h,lr. COIUl, and SPIitellced llllll to the niflcnt feil wan prenl ArainR Ihmr dren Shoes. I hIwih, n liuv the very head with it kiioukiiitr him down. owner's consent, you lay yourself , ,nr "l0, nuelliy upMi .Dori-fcistn Hny Unit new full bonnet. LiiticAmtrr, ilm. best to be hid. so I can please my Rollins tlieu drow from his hoom liable tX) line of from $0 to $23. frfi est niniilffstcd in the spprouchltii:! I,0"l,c,m,,r.r f nuL trn n tiniilAil fit liu unnpiiimi fiitiif-fniiill.irid a dirk knife, and stooping oypr KKHTUOKY with IIIOKMAN, Gel out your winter (Uuiieli. municipal election, nnd the mill Wrn, Neilif llerlweli, Neldf customersCall andjood goods at low the prostrate fonn'of his helptcsg cations are' thai1' Itirro will be a see this line. two u,rr, Mr I have n idee Blue Ribbon School rjrl. M.hcl prices. ui K.ri. I.lhi -- Next TuesiUy li election day. tSTTho victim, plnniied the knife into his Sliocs are fiellin like hot cakes. Oulce over Cowgill & CowgiH'i 1(irg0 vo,"e ,)oI1,(1. Mild thrre-lly- , 10 27 0 t II. 0. AMtiRlta. Hlld iimillin ,Clnnlrr Clr Omlrn Miry ,nd.rtin, vitals. Alter Nellie ll"iT, Mll Trnlir. committing Mlie They are the best Shoe in Hick, Mtll stove pipe Hiouu bo put iuo Wo learn that n difficulty 00. terrible deed he arose, Drag Store. ftarftAKDKttR Si i:ic,r. show an iirpeis, liinsMeis i'ni peio, I will Mrl IimIh Itirry Mitra. I(n r up. nnd Oil nnd Rues, which num. Goto II. Hucuanan's and Kt,truolia. lino 0 Ladies thick sell Cloth cheap. Call and oxamlue Hamil. Jolin nillnn. C"h 8UlVrJ N enrred at Tiptonvllle. Hit week the blnndv knifn nn lilnli Iget.them. very Partridges tnd rabulte now on flexible sale a" Mr. Fry, of that- - place Jo other house keens jr., T T. Sw.jne. VilJ Jone, between Sli.ois (in tine grades '.j,; uncap and goon. II. (J. Ami;i;i;o. A. W.LINDSAY, Lock ItrevnrJ, II II Jmle. W t.p. H.in.tl. nnd Mr. Calhoun, or Union City, in defied tho.io'prcs'ont tovftrrestlian',i suitable for winter (tear and walk theso goods. J Mnlnne, John Mucin. Wtll Trubj which iiim no tvouni Kin oy T The hunter and dog are in (he lug ut ull times Calhoun 'was shot In the Mr. Chns. II. Rdior has liren ml Wi ilntrnnil, who dared to insult his wjfe. Tlie rnli nlnii,nl Attoraoy-at-Lawarm. The wounded man passed field. A ft5llow ont West advertises Miss Ida Parker gave n nnm-bt- nominated by tho Chairman of the nn iintnlrro'ifitT ilTlr.rri liril tut H- through Hickman Wednesday 011 He then wont to tho stable ofMV. ror a job, mid IIIOKMAN, KY. Ibe lhnL declares thai he is ere!, n the tniing Tim (lowers should bo put in Jackson, the owner of the mill, J of hir .loiing friends n Hal- Hickman Democratic Club to sue uf li iHriioijulliu. Imlltt lime his way home. , the pit. and father in law of Rrewlncrton. "a goodall round newspaper man." OfEc with It S. Marrvll. evening at ceed Mr. D. H. Hryant on the Dem loween parl rnesday :19 poem, mid saddled a horse and rode fo He. says he can write Sausage and hominy nre on her home. Iicjoiing folks had ocratic ticket for Cnuneilmmi, .Mr. Kmiiit tinting resigned. Mr Unit- his homo in Tennessee, where ho weigh corn, discuss tho tariff, tho market. n delightful nine B. Izeris Miund, eoiiMTtativu huM procured another horse and nificle umpire .1 ball gamo, report a wed U. iters will be plentiful this ! E.crv Deinocnit must miikoi uess man, ami will make an excel his escnna. Hrewincton lived i,ntimg. saw wood preacn mouospei - L? winter. lire so up his mind to go to tlio elect!.".,, lent coiiiicilimiii. a short while. Several or tj,,,! lent 'uwyer, describe ,1,,u ,lifl fenders wil shed their It itu't much trouble Under the rooster Is where and vote. hands iiltout the mill witnessed Olfict ottr Illtkmau Hnk. The Pudueali News sara; If and it is a dut. every good citizen ihe fellow who killed Carter HarDemocrats mako their mark. WC ARK MKADQI'AItTllIW JOU the killiutr, but not one of them wraps, make u dollar do tho work B,lll,e nt " 801rep. nJdress h HICKMAN, KY. Interfered to stay the murderer's of u'."' rison looks uny thing like his pic The first ieo of the season owes to his coaiitrr. linnil. The murdered man leaves' horlicuitur.il society, measuro cut Will firm roraplly lo all hninv a minted in the nownpapers was reported Monday morning. 3rTho 'riulng house to get lure a young wife, having beeu married l1C0' "1,lIse V10 lif,,,"r haX,u ieoi IrnslcJ lu liUcr. bcIiU '80 t he was enod all wool lied Illaiikels, Com- it Is a little charity, SO fnhlskey, subscribe to The rnlton Crenmery will he Inn n fnw iiini.it,. Yiirn, llo"iery, (times and allowed to run at large, lie without meals, attack the free old at public auction on Dec l!ud. 'forts, ' Underwear, at reasonable price, should hnve been sent to the pen silver, defend bimetallism, sneer BOOTS, ARCTICS, ALASKAS, SANDALS The chair plant at the pen id for exhibiting his face In itc iitniri II. 0. AMIIKIIU'H. at suobery, wear diamonds, invent Ms selling everything In the Gro ilentlsry will noon be In operation. public places. ATTORNEY-AT-Uoverlook scandal, Steatubcmtmeii and tho farm-eery linont greatly rpdaced prices. adtertiseineuts, For Men, Women and Children. Vote for Tyler and Reuiilrk, ers predict an open winter. The praise irize balues, delight pumpJar The crowds that nro to be Hickman, : : : : Kentucky. rrompi delivery nnd the beat qual- kin raisers, nd the Deuiocialio tho ntllict municipal latter base tneir opinion on tne snen nt II. RUOIIANA.N'M is a good ity for the least money Is his motto. cil, heal tho minister to flght to a Having bought during t lie early bummer, wc are predisgiuiitled. ticket. k of cum, and the form- pointer to those who want the thin VINO rriunirJ llit prncllca of law, pared to offer special values to the vveaiers of set type, mold opluiou. best goods for the least inonej; The fall weather In tliia local- er 011 the gooaelioue. I'HOUUA'I'IK sweep the ofliee, movo the world, HAwill fl'r hi prunipl and nndiTidrd . tlio people soon find out where ity Is tho most delightful known The strainer Henton has enter the best bargains can be had. Go or lln tulloi. 'ui.y Tenrhora' Aa scorn tlio tlesh and tho devil, be attrailon lo bugnti (olruntedlo bit car in many 3 cars. and Memphis nnd seo lor jnuiflclioy. ed the St. xirinlliin ( II re I nt llnrnl Actad- eiery thing, feel even thing, see He sure you go to the polls trade, and will compete with the ruiy, lllalrirt .No. 10, NMur every tiling, know everything, nnd Husiness men who have been Herold for business Xut. INlli,lN03. ilitr. Tuesday mid voto tho straight popular l'erd do ot pry thing, on this whirling Our T.adies Arctica at fliV, and SandiN ot 2."c, are re- the habit of using (internment between these points. democratic ticket. 10 m 0i.tilnz firrcisn, Preildenl. toot stool at a modest salary and Chloride of Gold Institutes stamped envelopes, will note the markubly low, in tie v of the fact that tho price of or V eleom. iu lu AUiire support a family. .lends Pant rUNl.tctts & fact that as soon as the contract tVYou can bny the boss t'JilO LOCATED AT per cent. Rubbers hnve advanced over 33 W. A. Shuck. selimg for ONE DOL-I.A- for printing runs out a 011 can mil) Kip Hoot well worth i.00 a I the Rich are W II. Cook. ttrpon, wholesale miicc last se.'.son. Is of superior value to any gel envelopes printed ut your Mb. I'iujcic D. Jackson, Re Cash ahoo Store. 10 20 Mime, School Cbolr. Pant ooul at that price in homo office, as the Government 10 2J Trof J. M. 1'r.rlih. piihliean candidate for governor Tho Immediate suppression of other I'rof II M. Can tar, alt of lou, i, wns tiomo years ago ills will stop competing with the prinAfnoliilf Cure for lrtinknnrn, Tobac tlia habit is one of Hickman. 10W Caj, Marjr Willing ham, b.ured from the Interior ll depart oo, .Morphine and Kindred llablla. Hryant nnd wife ter, in printing addresses thereon. I) Mr. tho demand of the times. Mia Jennie Tliomat, all. mriit for swindling n pensioner SO tUlli:, 11.05 TlieIJea!Teohr, for Union City Wednesday to Also bv a re.eent ruling, your letWith such Poll tax In Chi lisle county is left DU. T. P. DHVAN, I'rof. VI. E. L'fmler. whom he represented. takecharge of tho liraukin House ter will be held thlrt.v iI.ijh unless f only 75 cent unci the advnlorein They curr.v the good wishes of a you have printed on the envelope MDstr. I'rof W. II. Cook. all. a recoiil, Mr. Jackson wtll have 12 in. Nocn. a r,o trnublo in polling the full Rew tax ia 18 cents on tho $100. r the number of ihos you wish them host of friends with them. p m. Minis, School Choir. publican voto. ,uItI' No Democrat should fail to 10 Hir. Itrltlfonof Ihe Trarlitr (a h( COAL! COAL! COill! A young lady who is n Hindi-untThe worst thing a father can Mr. T li. McOotchon, of thi 110111 W. II. Jt'orlon. vote because ho thinks tho rrofetiion, In for lii Hon, iiy lli Si. I.ou I'lirnn stir I carry full stock of clly,lert Wednesday far Los An for school superintendent in . W T. AyJclott, Tliu St. Louis Post Dispatch 1'iof If lo lute him luera will be elected any way. O11I.. wheie he expects to pie and Fancy Groceries, Hard- icle ii il, ami tncreHM fnrht-i- unkftllif boj Orittcnden county has published l.fiO ShouI.I a Third Ulan C.rdheata ). pircn the out Hue of n plan for bVl krep P11TSDUBO, Queensware, olhrr) mlrrrihla for ii.Jm own frm nauy A innn pains but little who In locate. Dick 11 a worthy .young, ware, Glassware, Sap. Eaiinilartl uen mifionnl party, thooutcrowth lilt ti, in a list of appointments Iutl, to speak, EVtlCKA, Harness, Rope, tvn., anil will sell illlnK 'iH wht he ilocit nnl nro nuj cn religion, In politics and in and we wish liliujueoess AawoUUonr. Lf fjj0 p,,i,. American bimetallic uiau I 1LL1XOIS LUMP, , cheap for cash. II. U. A.MUHlto. hiKlurai. not mr. If lie uppiiil It In rioi'J.ia liing, nnd tho Crittednen Piess snya her 2S0 pulley. anything for held here. that If jqu ami ASTHRACIT0, 'Sv.rt n and lij c,nnve" lou nliteh lir in only Ion npl In Ia jc Iiirxiro-- i speeches niu pronnuliced models 3 tir Don't forgot Hoot or Shoo, received n big lino of want a good Winter N. Prof. Ilieks snysnlinut the 2d for lilnurlf life iliRt must rail in Ki'trcn rolnuiea l raurveU af- - I' tee Silver is to be the issue, and in ovory'rospect by all who have tn to; qnanlilln dratretl, it Is hoped to draw all the free Strouse Ilro's "High Art" Cloth that II. HuoitANAM kocps the very nnd 3rd of November, look for iiJ unnpeaVablr miaerj Tilt belt h"nnl her. Wo do not wish to bo ler each lubjeot for diteimlon. Jcoiuuge supporters from tlio old It In for a Ing, for Fall nnd Winter wear. best line in lllukuuiu and will sell higher temnprature nnd seeoudary- iliinR him pment can ilaplnea oliil.l trued deemed ungnllant, but would pre ru iJlll nt ftll nil iolbte n; lo be 015 Halt?. Kit it Shaw. i on"l,tlo,,1l8 them nt tho very Low oat Prices. storm uiuveinonis. 1110 tin to eie for to know that it was n Kansas Laundry and Dya Worb Agjucy. f,n1rt,,e8-held In Ga., in December, i llthisa marked storm ..oriod,;i;lr;vVrrh:,;,,:ort:,:,oC;Iplt,rc,: 0 him woman speaking in Kansas, rather TARIS & FARKER, It lisa been said beforo and II. liiittrell, of lids iiuriui; auu iiuoui wuicu, suueriiig til lh linnwlc Mr. lip can Leave your bundles at Sanders U l "nid. nt which permanent linlnetii lo than a Kentucky woman on her can now bo add with peculiar pluco Is Jno. : : : : KKSru cicy ntCKMAN, entitled to tho blue ribm emphasis: "In the midst of life we bon when it cotnes to raising boots. and loss 011 laud nnd sea will re ncc'll, nlth then lorlrtrl m cut lu ihe native soil. Wo have an old fash & Rico's, agents for new Laundry orgautzatlon will be efleotod. h nrtk nil lor. suit, where foresight and care are world woman does not' one or tho best. Collars, ion idea that a at in debt." Ho showed us 0110 this week that uot exerclsod. .Snow nnd sleet Light Silk Suppose wo btop howling hjickman garble Vorks, K3- - I Imvo a full Hup of Stnplo fit the political rostrnm, nor And Cuffs, 1c; Shirts. 10c Ilnutcrs mid other persons in looked as nig ns pecu nieiiMirn. ii Wj ri,slIt to t10 on or n..Ii..na ll.. I. IH.Mir., .llninaillna her true position in tho whirlpool ,nd Woolen Dress Goods ami "hard times." The cry hai become . 1,1,1 tin. VJ III ,.!.... ..a . ' v...vu ,un, ft position to know say birds and beat nil too ueeis we ctcr lllCKMAy, KY. I, about tlieso dates. A Clothing dyed darker bliudea ami monotonous, and as a matter of fact wwi'lOi of polities. Still, it Is n mutter of UHMIli'i rabbits are scarcer this year than Annn'wnve will bo felt over the coun ' OlIU IIIIUI1, IfllllU cfll tiltlinPA .. nhnmi .. it isn't true any longer, even ii it taste, nud about this there is said good as new. tm lin VIICJIl liQ ni'MI ti",l 'vsjsi tot many yours. B. C. ..,itnr't.,(,..ii n number of try, lasting np to tho mlddlo of Uli 127 Ot to be no distillling. Il'iaukforl -been 10 II. 0. AM1IKUQ. Hfl'-V" -- Don't If Bonis OKALka la Mr. J. T. Stephens and a par- friends at their homo Tuesday the mouth. 8over.il stormy peCapital. all. "" h.ul y day you see a fleet of (..cycles on f. . riods nre predicted for the month ty of friends fiom Pittsburg, evening. After an excellent An unfortumito lellow who Maiibi.i Soy If you wnnt a barrel nf the river. Ineroiino ohstucle to complete n Italian and Americas OUAVli a boms nf An r.nHlah inventor ami MONUMENTS. 10MB AND l'eiiu,, are on tho Lako oujnjing tho cvonlnt? was stietit In ill of November, and threo cold iniclil to K" marrlrilif.hatij;cInre following "White Swan" Flour go to II. ilie liii onn, ntiiilt an f has devised an attachment to an resumption of biisiiie-s- , except the waves are on the program. aTo.vua. few days sport. formal gayoly nnd meiry games. ioem" "llickwtnl, liir btckwar.1, nh HtiailANAN'suiid get it. (liven up ordliitiry safety bicycle to nd.ipt lingering remnants of the financial A VINO In loe, a Ann lot of Amrr-IcftaT I h.ivo n large stock of first Tnnr !n your UikIiI, fnl inn "n lush agnln uy everyuuciy uiiii mis useu u u it to acnual o uses. It consists cienriuiii tremens troin which we My stock of Rubber Shoos aud Italian .MarbU, I ara pre- aW ar Ladies should sec our class Overcoats for Men and Hoys. jmt for ery of rei bo the best they ever used. Do Iain mid Hoots nre well seleotod.aml I "Marvel" rubber, moulded of solof a llaht metal frnuipwork by have been suHerini:. Start the1 p' rariltoAIl sallttrlrai. Call and ei amir. d ilinult llnl a MMk my wurfc Call and seo how cheap they uru lmirii citi'l potrlnnl can please mo body in ciualityaud id rubber, light us a feather nnd 10 1202 w ilverecl free wliich tho bicyclo is held erect wheels whirling again. Choku oil fellow brrok; onlern iliat sleep In n Order from fbf eounlry r'8mrt,l' soiling them, nt II. 0. Amiieku. price. . s (IoIIhOi walrrjr bith, bntlrr It is indeed symmetrical beaut-,iri what I ilon't TtlK Prmikfnrt Roundabout length of thea"w oonnw on mo yawping. llciulcnon .Ionium. llfj. ,xl,1 II. 0. AMllKHO'S. r of Onlli; of ptln-jmachine, one Population makea fi town -- n "Marvel" of Rut. her Overs. i..i- i... ..! nml calling il I'm iiiiitirn unit niu run imhi "l,,cbonril, ...i Upon The poor urn jealous of the etl, olitwlnc up Ifillifr , 113 SANbUts & l'.tcJK. factories bring population, and for hns been visited by 5MMI.00O Khii. 6"" turn Ilickoarl, ' get-urich, tho rich tlio poor despise, wtiry I am, ivv me . whunk ol my graml. tuckians and Hint these L'00,000 leiiRtli. la a canvas and got" is tho levor that Two traveling physicians were but all aduiiro from throno lo niollnr'i jtui; lei inn ill ink milk Ibal hai Blacksmith and Undertaker moves the world. mi llllll uyiiinier iiiiniien nnu persons spout $S,OI)t).(K)(), arrested in Pnilucali last week for ditch, the men who advertise; the timer hern nkluinii.il. ont"l lin cup will) going havebig show, I his, iu ipueumattu menu of Just rocoived n fresh shipment Thin tire. Oysters, which will bo deliver in to the A phonographic exhibition practicing without comply ing with ,..nii KUNTUOKY. HICKMAN, f'fiml.1 wlm In blades are llxctt (o tho spokes of if llinnidl, li't me n once liars an wna given at the Collego Monday tlio new Stiito law, by registering, fle, liri, ,.cer j lo oli.'nhionrt pir, thru II bo wlUinj; 10 addition to tho fact that tho State the hind wheel, converting it Into ed free in any part of the ell v. t,0 n,,lt tno curl up anil tile " OliU npprnpialed 3IO(),t0() for her ex- n paddle Wm. K. Oui'kh. MB night, much to tho delight of tho their diplomas and iccemnir TKMI. ahen ron nasi wheel. A thin metal )ierit8 of their wares to tell, and hibits, would indicnto (hat Ken little ones present. J lUaituiullhlnk' done, or a rej(fK certificate from tliu Stale Hoard nny tlt.r t,lls on sight. Free Lite Fiisuranco tnoky has paid pretty denrly for rudder is tlxed to tho foie wheel Mutual ray ed or .Stolen. iftrUUj, WjioiM. Sc. Jfor'tKlioellig '1 ho cntlro weight coinage 110 relief will bring, nor Company of New Yoik Is tho of the attach .iliio kcv(i a full line of VSandkuh it RiriB Roll every of lixamtuera. her whistle, thing In Hats from the .jaunty Cndver inonts is 1'J pounds, and cm From Id tlDileraieneil. off firr ranc In largest mid best Company in W. 0. Gomnton, n highly re (cruel cuts on frelght-fr- eo Uadortr.ker'3 Ooods etiT I e.m furnish thoso desiring easily bo carried while jonrnejln: the Oak Boiiom, one cit Hank Mare Couuiion, igarette to the famous Stetson low anentfid cltlznn nnd iiierclninl of, Using Is llie tiling 111111 iniiKes the the United States, The Company NdU Black Wat A. nf t lid Mule, about 0 rram ol. I. 161 kanda hlih. nut Coilina iinl to build, Doors, Sush, Mouliling, mi lit, .l !,.,. ,.,l..,.t jor mi whleli can lie riitf.l Troy, Tenn., committed suloido world run siniigui. tt livens up is now issuing to the insuring pub Oils, machine have been made, ,....! it I. ';,- IliiiL'cs, r.iints. up on hort nmice, and at reaMiKaLU Have yon paid your taxes f lust week bv hannliiL'. No cause ull sorts of trade, it keeps us nil lio n policy comprising ml vantages Nails. LoekH. low nite. Call and &c. nt n very (5ie ni call. alike for it's that a rider nover beforo offered, If uot. vnu will have to nav 0 ur! In assluned for the rash act, though awake,give, great ulso thoso those formation about theselfor full in- seo beforo buying or ordering else, found on smooth can make goo for tny nfo,IDalion 'lhal K win ,e1 , hfr price Slmi ntr atlt Jail. ! policies, MOHIT.K, who water and lUiijrecqTery, and s:iecd J. nddltlouul for not having clesiioiidouoy is thought lo have who cfilt. MJ.3l. II. C. Amukko, where. no risk of gottin wet. cull on 1). R. Rllihon, nzetit. take.-- Kx. t'lloB,4Tnn. unbalanced his mind. ,w clone so beforo Nov. 1st. Democratic Municipal Ticket llir liiN for Reelfoot I.nke. Kow In are mild nlth Sl. .V N A M V ) r1iich June. to be plentiful down tlicre. (Up lti( narili .nl Hit Nolvrn WT I hnve nonie of the latent cln. oonlh, n Hue Dres-- i ntxlen anil nliinli-Oliodfi. Itoitght low Mini n ill bo sold very low. II C Amiikuo. !)r. J. 0. Mrownfleld a travel-lucciii-iaoltliii lhla rol M. ril t. m. Tl.U in oe ccnnfcllon Willi l MrKvntlt foloit north, ni Mr. It. R. Aninvrrt, Tr.U V. 41. t lu Mo, I. r Mr. J. 1. IJrown ixnnunnnced, in thin Ihmio nn h ciunlnliito for CouuciliiiMii. Hee Iiim curd. Several hmitliig purtlefi paused through town tli h week hiiuml LOCAL NEWS. g concert troupe ductor. Iihn been ariected at Horse Cave, thin Stale. I. oidor of tlio Male board 1 nplondld lot which ho fa selling nt very low priceo. dipt. Shuck of Fulton conn. t.V, Kv-- , attended the confederate. bixoiiRC hint .Saturday. The Ciipt. wan 0110 of the tamonn Mnrgan'a ofllcern. Shark wan with Morgan in the Ohio raid, and wan near by when Morgan was killed. Troy News Haulier. A Ppecla) from Mttle Rock elated Unit White CapN in the NiiiitliweHterii portion of Arkannas huvo palled noticed on hIimoM every gin in that kccIIoii nnruiug farmero not to gin any more cot. ton until the prico advances to tliirl cents pound. 11 a-II- HuctiAXlS.''Ho lUBn-iiewm- id UNDIiRNYBAU. A vcrlargejijio in Mcus, Lilies and Cbildrcns, in all grade; and styles. Some spfcniird values at 50o in .Mens and Ladies. I1 's univcr.-:ill-y have ()A jyQ ' beet stool; ol conceded that weWe the largest and Wraps in the city. arc showing fcome beautiful garmentH at very low prices. COME SEE US I THE HICKMAN JEWELER. Ne.flxmt', mil Twl8tocl.-Batches; clocks, jewelry; ' IMcje 110 oM-- ci 1 - y 3tis3 imsajfmrarm v'im. VJiA m HK 2SX33 i kj ti HilHi i. lr.y -- fT ja ofcotil lull ll ot Z t mimm, spectacles. dot" od Skort ! All LiuJ of Repairing mm "wrs : store, SMITH, ELLISON & CO. I ST'ilO l?&bTX103L& Old Gold ar.d fiilvsr Hi Taken .Voile. I In ,Elung3 for New Goods " Kmembr lie place ! Duoknrr't 0!J .Sunl, out itoof Kajl of LacUiU lloltl, HIOKaVrJNT, KEITTUCKT. I.ooK Here, Nci'i.iueti. For the imformition of sports 1 in . - 1 .- -. 1 o ' s, nl men and others we herewith give ,a provision ofa new taw passed by the lust legislature and nldehi -- The subject A Terrible Tragedy. ot good public is now in force. In the ch.ipter roads attracts, nnd deserves n nnd punishments n.. , ......!.... ,HB. . on crimesQf ogenm Bgl,n8t under ,,K ,ni ,.,, great deal of attention. Il is n Jiead (ro,, nun eimuieu ai1 erty subject in which farmers have a keiuuiu n.iyt-ii.the following section is found. greater niinneial stake than they Jackson's saw mill, in this cnuntv which ia independent of tho genG miles south of Hickman, have realized. While the roads 5 or eral special law as to game: rumain 11 they are the farmers urar the State line, in which a 'Soc. 131. Any person who are constantly loosing money by man iinmrd Rollins stabbed nml shall enter noon the enclosed tho delays and ditlieulties of gel uiueii Hiiniuer man named of another Tor U10 purposo ting their produce to matket. If Ingloii. Ruth white men. It of shooting, hunting or fishing. the money paid for putting the sreuiH nun iioiiiiih. wnn lives u wit lirfnt t n nniiseiit of t he owner roans in oruer is expenueci oy (TenueaM-e- , came to tho mill 011 or occupant of said laud shall bo people who understand milking Wednesday morning and accuse' flneil not less than live nor more roads, and who are honest as well Hrowini;tnn. "iiu ...a.-.- , nmn!n,.,i ,t ,i.,iira asintelligent.it will be protltably ' ,.e mill, of Insulting ciiiMUjru, It will be seen from the above his wife.l invested. Good roads cost, but . Home words iiassfd between ii.a... !.i.. ,1. ......!,.. nip,,uc .... ..fr..,i. n....iina ....v....", inn, mu they also pay. Wo ought to liavo wlien Rollins drew n )lstol nnd! ers even (ciiiiijthe land has not when ,...... iv..i..,i. i.. Is yonr lite worth 50 cents! Dumb Chill; Ague; Congestive Chill; Death. This is the erolu tion of that malarial chilly sensa tiou. Stop it in time. Plantation Chill Cure will do it, or it will post yon nothing. 8old by Gogill& Cowgill, Hickman, Ky " ' T. T. Swayne, Gore Hro's., Cayce, Ky. A. E. Hrevard, Jordan, Ky. ''', J 'i "o I , . I S.K. 1 ... - i i 1 I I , lrl tar Ham-iA- MftJ 4 " - . -- ll-l- m itoriU Ilrt-titt- a . brand-ishiuc- v ll.I, I 1 1111111 , r 11 11 The Cash Shoe Store T. DAVIS, 11 Attorney at iv, I - s111prit-cth.1- RUBBER la , .1 I H. Buoiaanaa 0. L. HANDLE 11 ( w litn-l- i, Rubber Overs. THE KEITH 111 ti)-T- lie piatol-cniryiu- H- - The Cash Shoe Store! " m I Ora-uuur- , Fulton, Kentucky. IW -1 !. ll o 1 I 11 - even-tbiug.-UJu- I ..,. I 9-J- ust 11 ."ntly. .. I 4 l(-- r I I -; -'- ,.,., I . -. niinr .i -- ( f--.. l.n?iip,l KAMAGE, sup-nor- 11 o n an 11 tin-at- . i"kw-iH- t'i.it - "" - - i !r Presli Oysters. A. P. OLIVER, llill-llu-f 11 1111 1 Sirjy-Tl- io I old-ea- t, 1 i.ij ! I J YlvViZ'ar.rani ("', I o-'l J I Vt-I- : T "xi!luzvzmazmtti mf mTilfWis-fFnPI'ilMrTrra- ...,.' rTmmrmmmBiiujmumummamiammmmrrza&rrri ; - ,r: ?"' '- ? ', "ajbu j . 1 ftr-Vmn-li m.n?mkasa!a?Ki??2?xii-.MaigrflaaBag tBiJl3MXTMU.vfSmwruAwmV3XWKWWrk mmMKmmmtfmwjmmi iiaiaaatBaaBaaaaMiaBan nSgnSiiiaiflf n . '. A- - a f- - ., m'rii inline . llvrrormnliiri.il complaint, dyiepla, constipation, nervousness, kidney weakness or Debilitated people speedily gain ticurnlcl.t. strength when digestion is renewed ly tho "Talco my advice, my boy; Fust horses w ill quit lieiutii.' on the raw bit tour rulu If )ol keep on" (Wilson It Isn't the fast hores wronjr. "'n. jou'romo; It's tlioso that men I quite thatlircak fast ciioufh." Hallo. Hnccess follows Kllnre To cure disease vthen. Instead of tad numerous palliative of Unit scourcAt of liu inanity, Unit imtent nnd ccninrthciislvn incdlclnr. Hunt! Iter's Hlotnnch lllltors, It resorted to. Impiovpiiient I rapid and re-li-ef complete when It it used in enscs of Hitter. IxNnnor Iir. Ilniitr'n Certain Crnnp Cure Onlv remedy known to rnrecrnuplii li.ilf nn Lour. A. 1' Hoists, Itnffalo, N. V. T no cusiiv what l dlflloult for others It the mark of t.ilout. To do what It Unpen-sibl- e for talent i u rn.it It of gonitis - Amid. IlEiriuM' 1'iiL.t, the certain cure for biliousness and slek he duehe, uro pleasantly coated and mcu to take. Price, 55 rents. Do tor know much ubout thnt liorso you bought frntu the deacon f" "I know more ubout t lie deucoii th.tu I did. ' Ufc Dr. Herly. Hi Mil tt.. Cincinnati, itpcoflt-cures any trouble. Stani foi circular. broken promises to FiurrfoVAL currency laj UalvestoiiNtitvs. Lung and Kidney Trouble Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures a Complication of Diseases wllUnijr lung ami kliliiej and the worst stage of Drpcrwla. I could scarcely tat any-thin- ; becauseof the Intense pain In my stomath. I was alto at one time covered wilh sail rheum, and my cough weakened me so that I could scarcely walk. I had art era I attatka nf bleeding at the lung. I kept going from lntd to ore. I then had in attack of the shinles, which, with all my other complaints, confined me to my room for three month. I had heard of Hood's Sarsaparllla as a good medicine, so I bourht a bottle. When I had taken tl, I found It had done me some good, so I continued till I had taken three bottles. I Improved so rapidly that I could walk out of doors and hare steadily " 1 harp been a very great sufferer for 5 years Hood'sCures raised till I am at work again. It Is the strength given me by Hood's Sarsaparilla which enables me to do It" Isaac Aber, Vienna, Warren County, N.J. Get only Hood. assist deration, cure headache. Hood's Pills are thebestafter dlnaerl'llli, Try a box ILL ot HUH DOWN. Tired, Sleepless, Discouraged. Swamp-RoCured Me. Amsterdam, If. Y. Juno 9, l'W. Ox, Ihnchamton, Jf. Y, Dr. Kilmer Gentlemen:-- ! ourht to ha e written you less atoof the enut hcstJ your Swanip-lloo- t has dono for mc. For a lone time, I baj been troubled with s Disordered Stomach, Inactive Liver, Pain in the Back and across the kUoeys The Cir5Sj-raR- r J Irr and was generally run . urjairr nimnii hi aW down, bail no auicltioa XoreVr in auC to do anytbinr; In fact, my life was a bunien: year "J&irt ziK. shot s. pfesSjl pon. Swamp-Root If I utter a falsehood in re dissipations? In his dying delirium hi "Now, fetch on tho dloe. to a man I may dnmagc him, hut said: more dnm.-ifrc-, nos I get (or niyM'lf tt it minci it in pone, llrlnfr on nioro wlnel hat It a pun Hint kicks, ii, lor in- all It pone! He Expatiate Particularly on the Ten n llrlnp on more wlnel Oh, how they stance, a man be profnno, under provo-ntu.Commandment. Fiends, Hernia, he will commit nny crime. I rnttle their clintns! sny you client! Tho cnnls For If n ninn fiends! k:)j under provocation. Oh, ilenthl oh, deathl AlsntllrraOnmeAriTlretottieNewapapers- - Vti" maltreat the lion! Almlpllty, nro mnrkeill Our Kaiilu Are Many, anil Criticism f Fiends, llends, lletldt!" vioiihl he not maltreat hit fellow man? oh, death! Others Is Very Unit Taste. pone, f twin be guilty nf malfeasance in And he gasped Ills Inst and loth. e he w IU, under provocation, com- - Tho Ten O'ommadmchts slew him. ltcv. Or. Tnlmngc'a subject Sunday nut any sin. Ho who will .steal will Let not ladles and pentlcmen In this It of universal application, ntul nt a lie and he who will lie will steal. nineteenth century rovlso tho Ten time when north, south, catt mid vct instance, a man Iv Impure It t oitiiunndmciits, hut let them In society If. the rlpht of MiITrnpo Unbout tn ho pv nm-n- the door for all other Iniquity, nml nt the polls put to tho front thoso crclscd. The theme Is patriotic nml fur in that one iniquity he commits who coma the nearest to this national, mid fiom a christian stnntl- - theft of the worst kind, nnd covetous-poin- t. standard. On the first Tuesday moruinp in Xovemlicr, rend tho twenThe text Is, K.xodut xx., nest f the worst hind, and falsehood "And nil tho people saw tho thtmler pretendinp to lw decent, when he It tieth chapter of K.xihIu.s nt family Inps and tho llphtnlnpt nnd the noise not and maltreats his parents by ilis- - prayers. The mortal or Immortal charof the trumpet nnd tho mountain pnn inp their name. If they were pood, acter of tho olllcers elected will mid 75 ,. smohlnp." therefore, how you charpe. per cent, unto or suhstract 7S per cent, On tho eve of elections In the Rlxtv that nn apalnst any man either In hlph from the public morals. You and I counties of this state, nnd In nil the place or low place, either in olllce or can not alfortl to have bad olllclals; tho counties of most of tho Tnltcd States. mit "f olllce, because when you ninlce young men of this country can not while there nre many hundreds of nom- - that charpe apalnst n man you charpe to have had olllclals; tho commer, ' . . in i , ..t.i ,m ins- cial, the moral, the artistic, the agriinccs to olllce, It Is appropriate nnd mi .ii iillim huh nil viiiiiiiu-s. .,. uv.. that I preach this "llefore ITUSl ii) n.n,i-lliiuaiini,i.d ivlttt ill mtfnr cultural, the manufacturing, tho re-llpiout Interests of this country, cnu not Klectlon Sermon." lie lower than thej afford to hnve bad olllclals; and tf you, My text Informs you that the llpht is a nlnps and earthquakes united their vermin that crawl otcr u summer car on looking ovor the whole Held, can not forces to wreck u mountain of Arabia case lower than the swine, for the find men who. In your estimation, coino o 1'etrea In olden time, nnd travelcrt to swine hat no iutelllpence to sin ulthlu reasonable distance of He careful. then, how day ft ml heaps of porphyry nnd preen-ston- uianst of tho Decalogue, atny at homo nny and do not vote at nil. ,.u charpe apalnst that rocks, bowlder npatiut bowlder. so certain You must h suppose when In the city of Sodom the remains of the first law library man written, not on parchment or papyrus th.i' a mathematical demonstration there uere four candidates put up for but on shattered slabs of prnnlte. The is d,.ut.tful as compared with it. And ortlce, and Lot did not liolleve In nny of corner-stone- s of all morality, of n.l ttin when you luvettig.ite u man on them, he did not register. 1 suppose it wlso law, of all rtphteous "jurispru such subjectt you mutt po to the whole there came a crisis In the politics of of investigation nnd find out llabylon, whe.ru Daniel did not licllevo dence, of nil pood povernment, are the two tablets of stone on which were whether or not lie hat repented. He In any of the candidates, he stayed at written tho Ten Commandments. A n.m have been on his knees before liod homo on election day, praying with his Roman law. all French law, nil Enpllsn an.i unplore-- l the divine forgiveness. face toward Jerusalem, llut we have law, nil American law that ts worth and he may have Implored the forgive- - no such crUia, e have no such exnnythlnp, all common law, all civil Inn nets of society and the forgiveness of igency, thanW God. llut I have criminal law, martial linv, law of Di- the world; although. It n man commit to say to you that tho moral year of characters of rulers always alTsets llons were rocked In the cradle of Ihn that aln at thirty or thirty-liv- e twentieth ehnptcr of Kxodus. And It Off, thcru Is not one case out of thou- the ruled; nnd I appeal to history. would be well In these titneaof prent sand where he ever repents. You must WIekcd King .Manjuseh depressed tho In your investigation .cc If It I.s possl- - moral tone of all the nation, of .In- political agitation If the njvtsrupc.-would print tho Deealojruesoniedaj in bio that the oue ease Investigated may lah, and threw them Into .olutry, place of the able editorial Tae fact la not have lieen the exception, llut do (iood King .loslah lifted up the whole that Mine people Mipnoso that the law not chop oil tlie sctentli commanilment nation by hit excellent example. hy hat passed out of existence and soma to suit the cae. Do not change Fair it It thnt y Kuglaiid Is higher up nre not nwnro of some of the passages banks' scale to suit h hat you arc weigh- in uiornlt than nt nny point in her na-- , that law, nnd others say that this or ing with It Do not cut olt a yards'ick tloual history'.' It It because she has hen to suit the dry goods yon are measur- the best ruler In nil Kurope; all the at-- I that la of the more importance no one has any rltfht to make iun an ing. Let the Unv kUnul, and never tamto scandalize her name are failassertion These laws arc the pi.lara per with It ures. The political pow ers of Tnlley-ran- d Above all, I charge you do not join of society, and If you remove one piliar brooded all the political tricksters yon damage the wh le structure 1 the cry that I have heard -- for fifteen, of the last ninety years. The dishonest have noticed that men arc pa'tirul.trly twenty yean I have heard it that s of Anron Ilurr blasted vehement against sins toweh tnej there Is no such thing as purity. If this nation until important letters an I tnd you make that charge you are a are not particularly tempted were written In cipher because the peo- no especial vtrath ajfalnsj unt la scarulaler of the human race. pie ctiuiti 11111 irusv 111c 1 mien oinica themselves whlcji they indu.a. You are a leper Make roin for that maiL And let the court circles of I,oiili this leper! When a man. by pen or type or XY. and llenrr VIII. march out, foi- They take out one irun battery of ten guns, .mil load that, and ongne, utter sach a slander on the lowed bv the debauched nations. Taej-sihuman race that there is no such thing uullinbcr that, ami tire that. The higher up you put a bud man tho "This Is nn Armttronsr .ma as! xs purity. I know right away that that worse N his power for evil. The great ts a walking lauretto. a fabulist says that the pigeons were In this is n Krtipp pun. and th. i man reeking uVoer. and is fit for no society fright at a kite living In the rtir. and so a Nordenfeldt ,ed pti. Setter tiiaa ttat at devils damned. We these piceons hovered near tho dove- nnd this ts a (iatlinp tea-baand this is a Marti-n- r jit erlarfe cmt cfexr.tie in swh a cote: but one day the kite said. "Why th barreled gun." Hat 1 hare to lelltirai t, is s ek cxve let s sjiare are you so nfrald? hy 1I0 you pass ea.-ip- r them yor life In terror? Make me king and jeS'lbe TrzCeazaaoi seats. that they are all of th ta nnd thnt they shoot from eteratv tie TTrr.U2kC d fe ot t I'll destrov all your enemies." So the f Ckaoea. i lusd. WSetrr Jci4T eternity. Many quetiec pigeons made the kite king, and as the neonle in the tie .Man k. , "Tiit cnrnisssaji.r ai ,iu kjc .c- - the sooe he got the throne his regular diet c titem- j"flo. ir5nr itie oica.si,s eAAer ts. wa a pnreon 9 day over the land, but I h&U Srr And while one of you that the tntt iopc-lvs- : Txtst tmhtt- - tlte Tietims was waiting for its turn to '.titif 1 JYrnntM- jt be settleil abont ail taw.e u: hSvlrs n. 'sierrs. tUnse Jimt ei !!. it savd. "Served ut right" Tho v- saMwe. u Xliey Tlit- latheir personal. atenJ evrtrsfC ataiana of arapo rises from the plain - uiium'Sii iktu tmi tart )MU)n r ail lotW height, but moral malaria du-forboit murttT Xe ! making profaa-t- r 3sJrtrru.uitfiitt rle. ' treads from the motinUin to the plain. if "UniOA- iIB ml Xe mtc-fliTinsiaurt 1ib tumiiifcirr Vhr tr-- Re oareft. therefore, how you elevate parents ibkXfc eyvtr-i3aifc: 11Q gunilimt v lity u. aay style ot authority men who theft Tinr uiu .n Tie Tkat n lur Imrj.uigue Ity wlirr-r tlirf uufl 3n. e : any antagonistic tn the Ten t hich yo aW i iamv tit rtripC r.nniniinKiin; vS rait hu mn'in-:ut gate CtwaukdaieaU. - as I can tell, the roott s mi by Z anrolUilit inlicr wim. Mm gr j. Stirts. TieiMiiit ic -Af iii'QTrwet-utiiti'litr-of- c Vot ih '.rr exifcjAiF itr niiin. thisg sow to be done Is to hare e &aiL nro imfl iintlitur-lik-e rtturrff Of eo.-s-e a 1 lW atoc: O. mi.. iua itr-tt.) copies of the Slnnitlc rrie-rtc- . bt utttwuu- - mttl. miHiirulili- - ftsgregutim. U printed and scattered "finnu: ill "tin- cuuijuufx oruurs tias fttrpfcrhost tie land. It was a terrible we ad xx anrtr.untmgf iinmhim tvt nil iKTer nan is v,i. Tt liuvr u nuins uittuai, Konie nT thun. imintiurnrtir 3&r W tke Alexandrian library cs'3:-"t- a. faaiu drtsroyed od the looks were nuftit uin u in nufteriug csiniluiin u. liu vt-thinl; mi Tjrniig jb ncceasscaera e v twit (.CO) baths for the citizens I'lllttiii' vvrol, lutrliiif .nt tiipiat V 3uute- - itf iiiiittrv AlcTiJrii It was very expentite TALMAGE'S SERMON. eternity- KENTUCKY ST.VTE NEW8. A ten-fol- d I t ' s God-lifte- d 1 ' nl o1x.m1I-enc- e 1 to-da- y 11 s to-la- j y: ra. &iilf ' rr ca-s- kl owiu xf jni3)I. ail - It tit ikah Hopklnsvllle while returning fro 11 a hunt the other evening, Thomas Munfordwas seriously wounded by tho accidental discharge of his gun. the bah passing through his arm, shattering it and ninging upwards through his mouth and check, Inflicting serious, f not fatal Injuries. Amputation of the arm was necessary to save his life. Tin body of Mrs. J. H 1'atteraon. who mysteriously disappeared from her home in Loultvllle, was found In the river near Itlverslde, by the the other morning. There Is Httlo If any doubt that ahe committed suicide white slightly Insane from Illness of long duration. At Stanford the family of Tom Ker-le- y went hickory-nu- t hunting, leaving the ear-ol- d daughter at home. When they returned they found her burned to a crup. Tilt contract for carrying1 the malt from Ford's Ferry to Marlon, until June fci. tW, has len awarded to O. 4- ducrlct Tiik courts of Tike and Letcher counties, have just established the;, title ol tho John ( us heirs to n large lauded estnto of so iHin acres In tho rich coal Ileitis of eastern Kentucky the estimated value of the property Mug .00V 000. About flvi Mars ago .John Helm, an attorney, t Louisville, w us examinin l'lke county, when ing tho rco'1-.ldiscovered that a title hu accidental for 20,000 neret of land was clear to the heirs of John l raig. He Immetllntely began to lixl into the matter. Continuous work since then hat established the claims of the rightful heirs. ItonicnT s1ii.no. a prominent capitalist of Campbell county, made tin assignment a fen dus ngo Ills liabilities nre about 1 000. The Immediate finite of the assignment "is Mr. Wnr-Ing-s Innbllin t. renew a note for fll.V). Oils. A. S Liwis and J. M Williams were the oilier dat npolnted meinliers of the pension examining board at Uroensluri; Tiik Ixxiv of an nuknonii white woman was found In a smoldering tire near l'adliealv Irmie suspected. In the Kentucky court of appeals recently Jiidt'e llnielrlgg handed down an Important decision In the railroad tax cases lt an act ratted In IBSt ami rcpea ed in l?iJ new railroads were exempt fn u the payment of taxes for five years Litigation in the circuit court resu 'ed in favor of tho railroads decision holds that but were entitled to exemponly four tion, and uat twelve owe the state, somo In whole and soma In part for the taxes sued for. Tilt: secretary of the treasury has made the following appointments In tho internal revenue service in Kentucky t'has. XX Ash and Harry (lard-ne- r storekeepers, nnd John W. tiordon, gacger. In the Fifth district; Jos. llut-by- , storekeeper, and Jas. T Hobnrts, and ganger, In the Second s cr SHE COULDN'T HELP IT. I'rettr CUrl's lleasnn for Doing- I luKt'i'i't'l'i'nnnn W 1 w B i.m innia Klnft The wnltlng-rtMint the ferry was crowded Old "Inst boat" to Oakland was expected every moment As we took our seats I noticed a pretty girl sitting just In front of us. Her bonnet wns one of tho very latest an Ideal "lovo" a bit of lace, it few hnips of rlblMin that stood straight up, some llowers and n bew Itching jmlr of streamers. Such a mixture, but so becoming! .She wns chatting away to her escort I know by the Indulgent manner In which he looked nt her that he was not her husband, lie was distinguished looking, Presently there was a commotion nenr tlm news-stnuKveryltody got up to look. It was policeman trying to remonstrate) with n woman who was walking nrouud crying, with it child In her nrms. They wcro wretched looking erenlurrs; they Inith looked frightened, mournful and hungry. The woman didn't understand a word of P.ngllsh, A Herman spoke to them In his mother tongue; a little fat woman sxke tt,i them In French, somo one spoke In Spanish; some one else to Italian, llut thu poor soul only shook her hend and continued to cry. "Perhaps I can talk to her, I heard the pretty girl say; and to her escort's very apparent horror she pushed her way through the crowd. When she spoke the jtoor woman's face grew radiant She Wgan to talk rapidly Then tho yrctty girl did a brave thing. she stepvod up on a seat and said In a sweet, tremulous voice: "She Is n stranger. She came from , Honolulu this morning. Her husband promised to meet her In San Francisco. Tho horrid man Isn't here. Sho don't know what to da Mie hasn't a cent Thts olllcer wants to tuke her to the station. I don't think we ought to let her go, do you?" Hie turned her fuco. lvaullful now Iu Us enthusiasm, nil around as if seeking an answer from the crowd. A man wearing n saltation army cap cried out: 'Who wants to help pay for a night's lodgings?" lie tluew a dune Into his hat nn he he spoke. Ltery one gave something. As wo were crowding our way up the ferry Isiat slept I heard the. pretty girl say sweetly to her escort, who had evidently leen lecturing her. ' I'm awful sorry you feel so about It lint honestly now, I couldn't help It" Detroit Free Press. 11 good-nature- d Arf. aL a M mi mmr rHB k RAKINGr SHOULD be used wher- ever yeast has served heretofore. Yeast acts by fermentation destruction of f thcf Powder, Absolutely Pure. gluten the flour to pro 1 duce the leavening gas. Royal Baking Powder, through the action of its ingredients upon each other in the loaf while baking, itself produces the necessary gas and leaves the wholesome properties of the flour unimpaired. It is not possible with any other leavening agent to make such wholesome and delicious bread, biscuit, rolls, cake, pastry, griddle-cakedoughnuts,, etc. s, VV.Xs.).X.VV The ROYAL DAKINO POWOEn CO.. 100 WAIL ST.. .-. - V)J.V- NEW-YOR- THE CDITOH. lr(V4iirr V lilrli a Man llilil Acalil'l I lie IVatlllr tingle. "Cnp'n, are ton the editor of this paraw-lione- AFItH llllilrnii, Ilurred Ills It's. Mr. Hitters of Misvmrl tin New York cafe)- - lot any oysters? W alter Oy tiers, soli? Yes sah. "Alt right (limine a furor." "A Sikuse me. w'nt, sah?" "A furor." sah, but w'at Is a furor?" 'W'y, n few ror nysteis. er course. Don't ou un derstand Lngllsli?" llrtokln Life. "What's that big building titer there, W'allie?" atkctl tho visitor, iMiliiliiig to the monastery thnt stiKul near W'allle's home "That." said W'allie proudly, at the thought of telling someUsly something they didn't W'allle's Litest - lie W. Arfl.ick, of Marion. rr-er- iir te cti.rr 4rfwtij it c iBOttix. tr e -- inrmttt-ousnes- s. vn; lr -- siur it ttut pt t L n i xcu&rrv 3e Ijejie-T-rlt-i- -- itr ut the niiiUuiu. xut imnilit-.nunm-liath-- li w.,.. e it (Silerent nmraredand raw up of ever blnir anytt-tr- t. I took SWAMP HOOT and nia now abto todc ow! c f the work at uual and Icvl like a 1)T. Kilmer's rt I?--. f t. Cured Me. It ha helped me more than nnjr other to medklnel haeeerud and I lieof t my slnecn- - tuanV for the wonderful Mrs. If. Malire Sultt. I have derived. At Urnzsltta- - SO rent nml 1.00 size, aci-ii- t3sM,'lrtiiUitII-)'a- - Vt hiimer Or. Kilmer's f ).. U &. . Illi;h-tntnn- . fr V. Y. Trial Bet Free. 0 Anointment Cures Piles. All Orugjittt SO ctnli. The Ruggeil Cliild is largely an and exercise product. Fresh air "outdoor" (wl) 1 usually produce sound sound sleep. Sickly chil- mm . appetite and , UAV& U?t A 3 isY-?" dren obtain great benefit from Scott's Emulsion of cod-live- r oil with Hypo-phosphite- s, rapid of assimilation and almost as palatable as milk. fat-foo- a d PnipuJli.awlUllasin.N V. All droriMa. "v. "German Syrup" x Two bottles of German Svrun cured me of Hemorrhage of the Lungs when other remedies failed. I am a married man and, thirty-siyears of ape, and live with my wife and two little giilsat Durham, Mo. I have stated this brief and plain so that all may understand. My ea-- e was a bad one, and I shall he glad to tell anyone about it who will write inc. Philip I,. Schknck, P. O. B0XS45, April 25, 1890. No man could ask a more honorable, business-like statement. Why Pearline Washing ever imitated. the only Compound is Bclentiflcally prepared Liniment and harmless: every IngredUnt Is of recognized valim and In constant nso by the medlad profession. It shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Psbmt to lift of Mother and Child. Book Mothsm" mailed fres, raluabls Information and voluntary testimonials. oon-tainl- OTHER'S FRIEND" . HUntUREBUUTMOO..A llt7lldru(Ma, Owensboro heating apparatus. A imljr" Vot oemcatj ar-- we 11m 10 xultt- ilit in-IWrwASTr us of the fourth-clas- s oat a eerreetlve an were lim.. uir it 3s 41m slit Innrsti rrS-4-t pursisuiikhtp u jet tire asd Mos in the text, with appointed the other day as follows: stateasl f Tr-nekjr3-rt-c niuic ui iminmian us "tin tun C g rea! irmAj iaasd. sotwithttandlng the jar-ns- J. O. Mob ev, Anglln. Carter county, uvf sun. s. I. n tir luutt U liai I u nearly all tJVr grttil and the full orchestra vice II. F Irwin, resigned; C M. . 't imllticu cuuuiuigii rec- .ve daily r sre"cijr 3irTr.jatjiHra tf tte tempest and the blazing of the Dalphen. K.ktown, Ilreathltt county, .. w cV-t. tliim it sent to tae 1 eg iiz-.air. loar the ten drops no more, vice Sarah V. liullock, resigned; J I. lii 3H nmji&-mea'eu jiiit' i j hi'-'- f iitutrt c Hi rrriri m&e 2 a I let.- - which our people need to take Ncvlns, Netms, Anderson county, vlco n. " 'Jht wafrriar fsr their moral convalescence. t i sm rxUirail side acd A. 11. Nevms, resigned; '.. W. O'Don, . jvt Usug id. Tl "Htu.ioi it Uining and aay ncll, South Park, Jefferson county, vies i limit vC Mrc imn. &4r hfis rtk-rw- . in DOM'TS" FOR WRITERS. to rrad tVe mtonne ' Mamie O deceased. K Jsat rnlerf rf jrwduaty 1 he one stateseot fcj"v lite mu is- an As Jaum torrr.v. a tasey county lllntt In l.letitrn the Utrl of lilt v m Jk lur4 tin ' ti angel, ntul the ottw ie 5 I'fMlmitMrrwas driving a number of ' itu. tM tiiari tmtat. ' Ion't mail any letter until you ar stock in.-and I split tax- - dUTeresee. xiA I Main street, McKlnney, an cattle him half-wabttwees. Tiere srrrr r'Xui m's 'Tirtm MJt avt take the fare that it is completely and properly unruly don broke away from the drove crt lick., jit jri iry ImA is vain. urcn an has ai addressed. and rushrd into the olllce of the Ve1". x ik liM. hiBi iniitleM ' man for the L aitoi Su.Ve-Don't place the address so that j.i.'.'.x Hi at3 ia rata" ts not will be no room for the postmark. there randa Hi tel turned mid crowded hera ja4getbip.ee' for presidency or for self behind the counter and pressed up the mayoralty, or for th shrievalty, tfct u-- tvaeaBAzAtzxtit a.s important Don't fall. In the hurry of business, to the registration desk The usually r 1 tt, (Jk, ye, we 2nd in since the foundation of the American W J Duncan, bent a hasty name of the state you in-- I are herling their to write the your own a very commoc polite chrk. government if we may believe the old C not tend retreat, and the animal meeting with aai&tt sias. perhaps, to error.and flh-of newspapers in the museums. such a cr--.l reception, Jumped through tfc-are not tempted hat a mercy It is that they were not -yom Ikin't fail to make window, shatterher' ig it against iniquity toward manner of writing the certainofthat ofllci the large plate-glas- s all hung before they were inaugurated: name an ing ever thing More her, and escaped of what he xhien ti-- j are not particularly drawn. or state may not cause It to lie mistake! to the str.-i- t If a man believe one-haI bar this look for my authority sees in the newspapers in these times for one simllnr in appearance. It ii Tiik ilrst suit the I'nlted States his career will be short oatslde of when I say the man who swears or the often better to write the name of tin court uniier the separate coach bill has lilooiningdalc Insane asylum. I was man no breaks the Sabbath is as cul- state n full been flit at Louisville. The comabsent two or three years ago dnring pa bj before (Jod as those candidates Dcr't fall, If yon are In doubt as tr one week of 11 olltIcal canvas, and 1 whu break other commandments. the nifht iiume of the olllco lor wlilcl plainant is the Industrial Home and Land asviciiition, and the defendants ,, , .0 select vns dejHMideut entirely upon what I t.na ngnt nave you an.. keep ,, ,t.MltU.,l, t . consult th nre the receivers of the Louisville , ,, , read 111 regard to what had occurred iu wlnel, commandment we s ha w postmasU., Southern railroad Plaintiffs allege , , these cities, and I read there was a pro- and huh we shall break? Itettcr not a , that association established a col1f,n.tIfl to give the street and Iioiim ored their nnent in New York of 000 patriots, tr, to measure the thunderbolts of the cession set' on tho at Wll.. ,,, and a minute lifter I read in uuothcr Alm.gl.ty. saying this has ( on f()r whon ma, Ijoulsvllle southern, Centralis, the road ngreclng (Setter not handlu ,. sheet that there were 17,000; nnd then I less moinentuiu Is It inntter , , Intended, In that the ipiilatioii of the settlement oxnerliuent much ,, read In regard to another procession llignn, Vllr, ,'. ....a... .W.M. should have the same privileges that there were 10,000, und then I read with the divine ammunition. Cicero Iion't mall nny letter until you nre on tho innvs ns they then received. railroad sum iiu saw wiu juau wniieu uu nut sure that It Is properly stamped. in nnother paper that there were Now tliej A campaign orator in the shell, nnd you and I hnve seen tho; Don't fail to place the stamp In tin violation ofelnlm that the railroad, In its contract conducts n itlnk or the Academy of Music Lord's prayer written on a ' separate roach system, by which disreceived it very cold reception a very piece, hut the whole tendency of these t Don't wrlto on7 envelope "it crimination Is shown ngalnst colored chilling reception said one statement. times is to write tho Ten Command-lnent- haste," "Care of postmaster," etc. II people, w 1,0 comprise the residents oi so small nobody can see them. The other statement said tho audience no good, nnd tends to confusion It the town. An injunction is asked. I protest this da,' iignlust the attempt doeshandling of mail matter. rose nt him; so great was the enthusithe At Loultvllle Abraham Sales, a asm that for a long while tho orator to revise the Decalogue which was givDon't fall to 1ear in mind that It ii w as stuck In the hand by a could not ! heard, and it was only en on Mount .Sinai amid tho blast of unlawful to Inclose matter of n lilghel . (rvsLrsz, . i n rl tlin tr At . ranLriti catfish fin, and his arm became so -- . - iMiiiiruts tii , 111s naniiiimiinevociiera,Q y the mountain of . f R alter lining that it Is feared blood poisoning tlon began to subside. One statement and the paroxysm chanAha , noWRpaI)c. In I will twist an Interview one way, and Annua I etren. vour ml will set and that the arm will hnve l n "anJ be anvpwtuted. bring Up the candidates for ward, mother statement will twist anTntor-urn Is nm t toOko. Mahi.kk, brother and accom' ahronvrfo. wtnat In view another way. You must admit for totrnO.lp, and city, and stale o.llcc; "P- - nd I try then, by this It Is a very dlfucult thing in times ,iko I rctrne,l .11 plice of Jlob Murlcr, who killed Mrs. course they are (mper- Mary Lolling on a licit Line train, was thee to get a very accurate estimate Decalogue. Of ..11 V w.. reciiyiuvui n life sentence by of a man's character and 1 chanre vou. "on't fall o give your correspond given day at Mlddlesboro. the Jury the other is your religious tetA'iier, 1 charge you things we ought not to say. wo do' cnt" J'0111" f,,U at h" ,mt a now Jkpkk Cool'KIt shot and dangerously '.o caution and to mercifulness and to things we ought not to do. Wo have can all been wrong, we have nil done IK'Mmai.fail not fail to llnd you woundcxl his young wife, nt Iiuggels, prayer 1)on l not"y . ' Hinatei wroiio-llut I shall find out. one of tho f any change your addrcsa. Wnsh ten miles south of Vnneebiirg. A quar I warn you against the mistake which in many are making, and rel over the attentions Cooper was paydo candidates who comes, In my ostium0tmnke, of applying a different standard tlnn nenrest to obedienen of thn Ten lnK" ' ing another woman preceded the shootCommandments, nnd I will vote for was an Arctic explor ing. Cooper escajied. l character for tlmso in nruuiinent Tim pisltion from the standard tliev apply ,,,ra' anl 'ou wl" voto for him unless lilp which sailed from Kngland. Finn at Clinton destroyed Moss lira's for ordinary persnnv However ,mlcu you loveuou lessinan your party; incn ,,ri 15 jsjij, in Sir Kd ward Kelchcr'i livery stable, the Davis Hotel, J. I man may have, or however burn a you win iiuu icxpedltlon. On August 25 In the saint Moss' grocery, Johnson's dry grxxlj Herodotus said that XltocrU, the year si,e wnsabundoned in theico. Oi house, Harpol'a hardware store, and position ho gets, lie has 110 especial liberty given him In the Interpretation of dnughtcr of Nebuchadnezzar, was so September 10, 18.V, she was found drift Winter's drug store. The loss Is estifascinnted with her beautiful village of the Ten t oinmandiiients. A great sinKn the high seas by CapUluddlngtoi mated nt S50.000, Is with tlU,3.10 Instil-anc- o ner Is no more to 1m excused Ihnn o Arderlcca that sho hatl the river above the American whaling ship Oeorgi supposed to have lire llabylon changed so It wound this way Henry. All claim to tho ltcsolute hav- been ofThe small sinner I)o not charge Incendiary origin. defection to accent ricity, or anu wuuuu iniiM mm curve.i mis way n.p lWen relinquished by tho Hritisl A noi.n thief grablied fso from the chop off thn Ten Commandments to and curved that, and though you sailed Government, the vessel was purchased cashier's desk at tho Newmarket poolon It for three days every day you by Congress for tho sum of $40,000, and rooms, Louisville. mikI skipped. su't especial cases. The right is right and the wrong is ever- would bo In sight of that exquisite vil- sent to Queen Victoria as n present, e at Sandy City wai Tiik lastingly wrong If any man nomin- lage. Now I do not care which way and was formerly presen ted to her by ated for any olllce In this city or state you sail in morals, or which way you Cnpt Harthteln of the United State. burglnrled, but ns business was light tho thieves U1 not get much. They differs from the Decalogue, do not fix sail In life, If you only sail within sight Navy, December 10, Ihifl. also got Into tho Yellow Poplar store up the Decalogue, but fix him up Tho of this beautiful group of divine, comof clothing. law must stand whatsoever else may mandments. Although they mny someHe -- With you I should be tho most and secured 1200 worth fail. Kli Don shot and killed Charley times seem to be a little angular, I do contented of men. Sho Hut how can I call your attention also to the fact not care which way you nail, if you we live without an Income' He You White at Lancaster. The ball entered that you are all aware of, that the keep in sight of them you will never forget that contentment ia riches. She White's right eye and lodged In the breaking of one comiiiundinent makes run aground und you will never be Aud you forget that riches havo back of the skull. Both partlesare unit the more easy to break all of them, shipwrecked. married and had been friendly until wings. Vogue. and the philosophy Is plain. Any kind .Society needs toning up on all these the difficulty. Doty surrendered and An Insult "Ah, film, old boy got was placed In jail. of slu weakens the conscience, and if subjects. I tell you there Is nothing "Yes; and the Idiot that the conscience Is weaked that opens worse to fight than tho ten regiments, a letter?" At Ktnova the other, night James the door for all kinds of transgression. with bayonets and sabers of lire, wrote It ought to be shot for trying to Murray, n baggago master, shot anil In full." "How's mortally wounded Harry rimlth. If, for Instance, a man go into a polit- marching down the side of Alt Slnal. write my first name Murical campaign welldlng scurrility us They always gain the victory, ami that?" "Why, he spelled It ray escaped. The cause of the quarrol -- Click. hl chief weapon, and he believes those who light ngulust them go und Is unk no ail everything bad about n man, uud be- There are tliuiisands and tens of thou The eye of the master will do mora Kihk destroyed a block of business lieves nothing good, how long sands nf nirii being slain by the deca- - work than both of his handal not to housst nt Clinton a few days ngo. The that man himself will get ner tlm !l.Mll "lint Is the mutter with that oversee workmen is to ltava your pur loss Is vttlinnUd at lon,b00 Inturunxe morut duprclonV Neither In llinu nor yining iiuu of whom I rend.dylnglnhla opeu. Franklin liu.Juo, I oxtail t xx.Brtl. t Jfor uruti- - tif t. caxnniniiilnmiit lit null ttiit- - niirtli itninimmiAnimK UIUlflnT. wiiiC tou-- th - 1 !.. cimiruuiiclnitis. Niiiixriii flu- to utmy .oiiuir u:rtt. Ciias. B. Tuhnm and Christopher (1. Wright both of Loultville.were Indicted at Ixindon for criminal negligence. They were, respectively, conductor ami engineer of a freight train which collided w.th a passenger train near Hatel Patch several days ago, two men being k lied. ilo l'r.SSl-iNissued the other day: Inie crease Win. Short, Kdenton, Madison county Original Widows, etc HanDaniels, Covington, Kenton nah K. county Kmellne M alone, Louisville, Jefferson county. resisr The f dlowlng patents were granted tho other day: Henry A. Hrlerly, astrue signor to Leader Cash Register Co., Lexington, cash register; William II. liiei s Haltentack. assignor of to lt-AD. O. t dson ami F. Waggoner, WmX nitkxrat anr harm to the h. stump winding machine; 100,- ZinEalnrae tvb imU with It heat KU' inii oi poriScatkin for the Kobert J . "'stick, Covington, - button 1 two-third-t know; "that is tho monstrosity." Judge. -- Taking It Literally Dusty Ithodes. "Ihtn't go In there; mean man that" "How it he mean?" Fit a William Dusty Ilhixles. "I asked htm once for a crust of bread, and hnngetl If lie didn't skin a whole loaf anil give It to me; and it was burned at that World's Fair -- Puck. ftlllty. Willie Uncle Tom. the old shanghai can't lly a bit, he a too heavy for hit wings I'ncleTom Then of what use are hla wings Willie? W illlo I suppose they are only gcl for him to flap In hot weather when he wants to fan himself, Harper's Voting People. 9nl waat 3iunfaiir iiiiUw h:- - - 1 v i- ... I say we a tonic a mighty c ao-Tniii- ii - ,r L,-- i astaiat 4oi ot n-- lfimit-tirctai- uj y hont uf zi ni ' nr;etiir :i: de-ri1 de7a.--.jL1e.- in f- , nuai L-- -- ' An L'mbrella Sii.-rtlti- . "If yjsi want to 1st lucky neter raise your umbrella under a roof," said Mr Wiseacre to ills friend. "I always rnlse mine over a roof," said his friend '"Over a roof -- ell?" "Certainly. The roof of my mouth," Detroit Free Press The earls and barons form the most numerous loIy of the llritlsh nobility, and In Kngland the barons are almost tw Ico as numerous as the earlv Clerk I can't read this letter; the hnndwrltingis very bad. Mr Ilareup Pshaw! any donkey can read it (live it here. The man who can pay his debts and won't do It, wmihl steal if sure that he wouldn't get caught THE MARKETS. '.IVKSTOCU-raltle-commo- Was a tall, Tribune.. nan with faded sorrel hair Lav me see " said llohbstoDobbs. ''Isn't and a hand We a smokou li.un tlilt IKiubt Hint we weie Jutt talkltiK about "1 mil sir imswrred the editor of , u rel-lof jnurtl" " A uoiant relative," "Very tit. Unit" "I should the Pe.ivlll- - Ibijj'e. ' What can ( tin said Dotib tliluk to. Ile'a thn oldett of twelve for 011?" uud I'm tho youngest'' "You had n piece Ira your paper this week niMiut a iimrrtln at liopUlns a llislltj." Cnu lust Thursday, dldirtyc?" Inltia Artlnl' llthlbllKin of tKH at th "Yes, sir, llrlief I did " .New York Academy of IfU". tbem was an oil J "The nurrvlu it Phil truiiiti s, ethlbltisl H,vwt Charity." Ha Ml. rerrn. rlcbnes. ct rltu(v, wasn't It." coloring eominandeil laslant alleallon, so imprest. think It was." wlille llio lesson Itlaunbiwas Ivnlbaloiie 'Ills oldest imI was marrletl to Clu. aiwv.nil VlnW naturally returned to It llarklns 'ih.it " lis subject It a jounc lady of colonial "That Is right" timet tvlio It on an errand of iharity to on ' of lu toorrr families of tilt low n Htie hat "You wrote the piece, dkl ye7" a sensible. Charuiliiir faie, which eiprewes " "Of course I I wrote it lull with remarkable fidelity thn sentiment of u wrote "Stop right tlirte' her errand There is ilot a home that thl hey?" char mlii K plclurn will not ornament II "The tint facts were glten me by mut seen to lie appreciated. "HiteelCbarllv" was iiurcliasesl by tha somriUMly fismi that neighlsirhooil Pilblltlieia of lslV rnsisli"i and and- -" hat tieeu reproilurest in oleis In lare.e sue, "The facts!' howled the H't3l txj sent to subscribers Xo It will stratiirrr, bringing h, list down 011 the rA''tei'inl"'t wlio all new 7? for a years sendll table with Utng that J.irred tli edi- subscription, and the paper wilt also b tor III Ills rli.tlr "I wani't fitflts: sent Frett frnm the t mtiine ubtrrtption It and fnr a full January, reeelve-l- , You said the wetldin passetl off quit ear from tital date, to JanuarT, I'M!. This " ssm1 oil etly! W ho told j on it oiler litetmlet the Double Houvenlr Nuin, tier imblislied alThaiiki;lving, Christmas Addiess, "Uhy why.what s wrong with that? aud New Yar' CowrttioK, llotton, Mass. Tua Yot tit's Didn't it ptst off quiet 7" . "Xn. sir!" thliildrri l tho man. "I OstTOlcU elixjuenco It well enough, ought to know! I'm tbe gal't father' but all th hue speeches In the world ran carry convU'lMin wllli them no mere surely I'm Phil Crumpet! 'I he wedilln' p.isM-crnnlnsl'a simple plea et guilty. olT, sir. ttllh the got t shlvareo Ihnn theCourier. and If iluCalo ever gotiip Iu our in M I, Timwrsott rtOst, Drurcltu, you don't put It that .y nett week P.t , say Htll't Catarrh Cure. Is I II come back an' tin tho gal just the best a ad only uro one far catarrh the an' break every darned bone In yer ever said llrucfltls tell it ?5o. body!'' "Wnt does Htiairsby Uean hit hair cut to The editor of the 1'eavllle llnirle t eeltlnc tmul and h hastily iirumis,tl to vt the mutter right lioril ' ' He,n urn "he I'blladolphia Hecord. won't have it louf In his nitt issue, an Mr Phil Crumpet, of Hopkins' liun tunic. I on hit heel Till PublWt Awards Hit Palm to Hals' nnd cliiiit.d lutirllt itttt f .the oltleo. I Inner of (lirretitruml and lar for roughs. shaking his heiul In a threatening man- i'sko'aTcsitiias'he Drops Cure Incus ininulo, ner us he went- - (hiengo Tribune. "I inivt bare a tovtli left In my head toon. Tliey in coilnif out one by one" ftoltrtl I'titm Hi Itulrlnter Uey Hfrve ymi right, No one can tell esanly who made "Ah,knew, re rutlini; tea cultiug Uifiu.'' you bes'an ty jou reason that it the first piano for the has gradually "evolved from an Instrument as iiihcIi itsrlf as one could well Imagine. In the twelfth century It appears to have leeti a gigantic dulcimer, which was nn oblong rles-- ' string) arranged boa holding In triangular furm Its renter. In the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries the "elurlehortt." soother musical monstrosity, had devoiOetl from It, and was tist-- wed up In theelghteenth century. About Kli. Chritlofall, of Padua, inreiiied a real plar.o, but It it said to remind one of a coal lot when compared w Uh the elegant and perfect tonetl Instrument of St fxmls inlddle-itgei- per." The spealdT l A DiLt'iirn Wire, Tlm Unmarried 0ns "Are men reulir such awfully wicked creatures! ' The Newly Man led One- - "K liidt-c- l Why every limn Cliarlln has 19 stay dim totvn at the office, utvay from tn at lilRht, Itiutt makes lilm feel so bait that tie's utmost alck the next day," DolroU 11 ha ctnt-are- a, Tid-lllt- I KI 1 I tr rlt-hf- ! it - lit ratv-bone- d 11 lt ' ltl, ... d b.'lmst rt e 1 MlisM d to-da- as s hrt eip-eiall- all lf IIIXJ 1 1 lKI'.P-fhoUc sirlrcl buifhers Cumnms IIiksI puckru CiscisjtAr' rv--t It. JV.CS .' 11191 a n MS W a u) U ia ' 1 ,,. I.-- ltiTnnt ...., !,,!,, ,. ,i,i,..i,. 00,-00- 11 """in ii...i,.i .,... ."" K 3 sa sS Milpptnt u re Wlnirr rsmllr f JIIAIN Ubeal- - .Na tied .. . ... tt m No Irrl u 4iJ torn No.! mlirsl Hiu- No : tnlirtl lljreo BIV Na w HAV- - l'rline 10 choice olt in -- Mtsllum lent n 1: ... ruil.U'CO (IimkI leal . . IJ2S (its hi jurtc I'KOVl.MOSf.s Mr ltnl Prime s'eam . ... 1 O v 61 tUlry u It IIUU rt l'nne 10 choice errrnerj. . . u a 71 AIM'I.KS IV r bbl I'OTATOKa-j'- er . ... : 00 bbl NKW VOItK. FI.ni'n-Ka- lr to fancy n .o I Norlh'n o : JKA1N -- Wheal-Na ;i No.S rtd. OHS-- Na S mlaeit i is JA1 .Vised MIO e:u iu I'OHK -- New mess I.AIIli-Western UlOM itetm L1IICAOU FUt'R-Wlnt- er patents. IX a sw JKAIN Wheat-- So treil.... Na S CUlcoitaiprlnr I.AMII ui:i vt ltepublie. -- The Fond "Parting Qulllpln-"! don't know how to wonl the closing of my novel; yotine It ends with a divorce " Friend "Why not stick to the old form: 'Anil I hey lived happily rve World's Fair J'uek. afterward' -- Thn bn j, I it. if a particular onler. such as the li.trt- r, the llnth, tin Thistle, ,st P.itnek. ire entitled tvafllx to their natn't the altltrcviattont signifying mrinberthip n the order. Iitltii railways oarry a great many more passengers than any other country in the t'nitod Kingdom and Kngliiinl he ids tho list In thlnl-clas- s passenfers. nttleiis "II )tv do our )o'.lremen's long clubs strike youT' Itustlcus (tenderly caressing a lump on the top of his head) "Not vert favorably." llufTalo -(lrti-oUvs MSrn KNOWLEDGE - Courier i uir. ... ia ui ta - The lust nf avarice has so totally I upon miinkiiid that their wealth them, than thej sei ins rather to to Pliny their - Mbjestt is nil util title with moilern use. It tins lira nssuitieil by Dloele Han, and its use radually aprend until It Is now iiinn-rt;- , nniong kings. selo 1 Urings comfutt ami Improvement anil tends to personal enjoyment ulirn rightly used. TJie many, who lire better tlinn others ami enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by moro promptly pnxlucta to adapting thn world's the nccda of n'iylcal Iwlng, will attest the raluo to health of the pure liquid laxative principles .embraced In tlia remedy, Svrup of rigs, It excrllrnco is duo to ita pTwontlnK In the form inott acceptable and pleastho refreshing and truly ant to the t.t-tbeneficial properties of a jierfect ctTectually cleansing the system, distilling roldt. lieadochrs ami ferns and icrnianently ctiting constipation. It has cirrti satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of tho incdkal It acts on the Kidprofession, becaii neys, I.lver and Honela without weakening them nnd It It perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Byrup of Figs It for salo by all druggist In frOe and $1 bottles, but it Is by the California Fig Pyrup Co. only, whose name is ptinted on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well Informed, you will not accept auy aubaUtulo U ouavL let e, lax-atir- ei Sure Curt for Sprain, Bruise or Hurt ! . a a m "I--- Com-Oals-- Na No POKIC IMIIU-Biea- t Mens IIAI.TlMOItH W'heat-Na V . ' '" o. ,...-f.- ,. ... U'J0 "XV" nn m. 10 10 .V) KM ."Vre PI.OUK-Fatal- ly JIIAIN LAltU-Ilrnn- Corn eil Mixed Mr Ihtta-M- UeJ I'UHIt HOOS-Westtrii U't'l (ill o.'illlr 7 (JU , tit uio Sill t 11 a us a n't s a ;i 14 ?ST.JACOBSO!L You'll Ust ii Always for a Liko Mishap. mgs CcwxiSNx HAY-FEVE- 31 (O i Ari'LiK-Fl- rtt eiaun I ll VS R IlAL,3I-01eanaaa & COM IHHEAD1 m- J'"r uius -- INDIANAPOLIS. (JIIAIN Wl.sav--Nu .. t'ornNo S mined i A ( liXAIN-Wlieal-N- aX itf Sinlml LOPISVII.I.U I'l.O'JU Winter iwirnt rtl .. Uals-Na . Corn Mlied a Id. f (I i 1 Oats-MU- rO POIIIC-M- eai I.AHD-Ste- am u It :o, niHio 9 to rAt ORRAM tha Nasal Paaaasea. AllnWl, Tta, Kn.l TmH.mm.II.. tr,.l. fciiv uv, U1114 m.ju a am BmclLmuiiiiiiii)Wi iiihuii il,. n.... tl... - Jtorea Tunt.t nnd Tha 13AI.M la aiiDlled into thn Nos tril a. Is nulcklv absorbed. T rurrennlils to fllvea rollef at onofl. Druesl.tt or by mall. ELY DUOTUKIIH, Ctl Warren bU, Now York. ti. ui SLEEPLESSNESS, Nervoui Nerv-ouy. ' ' t n, hilinuit-tlo- Neural Kin, l'nrnly-sinI locomo- nlniirr, niirn'n cm wl Inntff I 'Mhlr1 R"f tmlM (.pliinlr ft Mil f u Wrlto s,uirh (irlflntr ngr rIt Mt IHpt,lAlT"ltA r Ktin1 wnlRtnilrltri furmadori Rljoullrrftaiiu WORK ruruF 1 avii itayissn wnik firutl - '( rirtirtaltiiiat man. mrlianlf,. firmpfi lblr mm. ilAUtfhlffri iMfi U'riiA iiitihturrlf )rtihi llrni o imirh QoUla rath. Jiff In lir lotmrua oiir .!- - half ultifru, our Wlol llirii, Kunritte with f iry onlrr.woimy rrlh(a,lnMr natUfarllun, rit lUrt't, no mldiilpmeni Ul ! mfin juat rruilrslf unrit fr unt OKriiiliY To, bi'imn'f cnrrat ito.)l HTAHK iMfi'it Nt KHrittlH VJ.iMlr.crpn Orcltanla. hCdlir In Kour.oM ttn Ul arrr ok hot4raltauf Irultn, Nurrrlr, Orchard!, itfl.oi.il luuch tacilT THIS WINTER Niirrt , ly post-offic- -- mnptilrU, question blanks, refermid imrticulani, in rclutlon to nny Of tha almvn incntlontsl dlscnsnt. nddreta. with ten cents in kKtm( World's I)iiens-or- t Metllcnl Auoclation. tU Main Btreet, Buffalo. N. Y. ences cur' aiirctsful trcatnuut tins lits'ii disovereil for Astluna and liny Fever, which can bo sent by Mall or J. 'press. It is net simply 11 mutative but 11 radical For and kindred nllments, whether resulting from oter anxiety, overwork or ttudy, or from unnatural linblla or excovses, nro trtnted nt a Hiiecinlty. tvlth grent mcit-sshy the StnfT (it HM.'lnliht iiltndicd to the Invalid' HoU-- nnd Hiirgioal Institute nt lluirnlo, N Y Personal examinations not always Jinny rases are successfully nt n ilMninv. AQTITMA A "c,r "'"' wonderfully , ncri-Mirtrt-it- Melanrlmllfi. tor Ataxia, r"COLCfESTER"'lWES' "SPADING BOOT" II Vou Want a I'irtl-Clas- s Arlkle, urnnrasi ir iimmiw&i TMiTtiS iiOl niilii, 1,000,000 Oaarmv In allanewis, ACRES OF LAND foriiI.jjthBiniTl,icr, A lars, They wllltxMiittojou Feud for Mij Iicit'iii Itanaoau sad Clrcu. MirlllonlhtUt In WATERPROOF COAT CUlOffUS Illuitl.UI A tho World 0QI IMIIIUIIIU immU. r.-- I Xditw HOPEWELL CLARKE, UuaConiiiliViitr,Bl.rsut,llB& nnsTON. mass pr . aPaT f0U' A s 0A I ft sraWrelili-l're.r.siKlllii,.,.- " una rmr ,'.,l.li.. 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