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AsshtUnt IMitor rIco of Suliscrlptfoii, 91.00 - , . r r U ESTAHLISIIKD 1)J); MTLIi CONTEST. . Uclleves '' DY ; HIUKM4N COURIER. ,,. ... FINE JOB PRINTING KX1CCUTJED WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH.- . . - V ' TUE OLDEST NEWi?tfJlO jftjVKgjlJUN KVyyuoKY. ' ' SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, " HICKMAN FULTON, DRIDERY. s , J!.I.U B, i). V,r.Ui ' .nmnltnrnn movomenia with which Kt. iV" "..i.V"'.V""-V,l I?''??" " Uk COyTy., LL JT, Walls FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, THA0EtEVIEVV. 181); ;. -Kung-Wa-Sal VOL. XXX. NO. . 8. BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., LETTEn riEADS ETC. Into retire Itonoh with ,U ,,M OALI, ANS 8EK TJS. PROTECTION VS. M'KIN'-EYISlTohlhltl.e lutra of the McKlnWy llilt l nnd Thrlr Itnults. Hon. John A. Knsson, who will be favorably remembered as a republican member of congress a score of yenra ago, writes a letter to the Washington Post to protest against the uao of tho phrase "McKInley Ism la dead." That Is, Mr. Knssou objects to that phraso' If It Is tri bo understood that AUKIn-tii.V.r- v leylsin means "national protection," i and in fercntially he conveys the idea that If it doesn't mean that, tint some- thing else, then ho doesr't care a con' tinental cuss what becomes of It Mr. Knsson Is jtisttQcd In feeling ,. some anxiety on that point, anil In order to relievo his mind tho Times assures htm that McKinleylsm doesn't mean "national protection." What It means Is tho robberv of the many to viiricn me .ie.w, impoverismntr tno millions to add to the plunder of the and veIm1iursIn'.emnnnfe..V turI"K barons for the million, of 'doL lars they contributed to the republican., FnrrnnUnt. t.tn.l tt lu. ., tun M. U n identified' 8 prlmo .MnUtorot i. MAfKKN7.iK llojvKU,' t. CatiU, I. scienty. who In to htfltM Unroftu of Immigration that tlio Mraim oMestltuto ituMbn llrliroW III bo dlvcrto.1 from thU country to the ArnyII0 Hcpnbllc, tjh.ro thcro .icnty for nud thry Ktt WcllMJIllP, , '. ' ...: """ "tm Protestant. !.. lie :n Canada tinea I n - A ' tm, II aeressary lo piy foreWa frelahts snaiaUrests hir -nd . Jon Amotlcan MCurltles beM sordid. Ho tlie Ajiiioiiicfl.tininTurg .since arriving rassfng tho Hank of t' e llrst nrmy, rhleTihTsnavyriSiiif Winv Yiis'tsWitirT'fjataa'wn ruiiists Ir.r tliu lfQttjo'IIj(lit U pUylnj- - Jinvrtj In tho city 'jliurwllv inorulnir mid In- which Is stuck .101111 uml ten I Ion to tn fact that tbe net export of Mid tho voters of the country In the J I. i:,,riey. of engine company per " ,lncm ' in the mow . were 1.2 tier cent, loss than , forming I ill ronttmlnrd to T,lh durlni- - th llHCnl year crula'l Jane ), IHMj w chareC' """ Jlth tho In cltlM mid '.ownv Tin- d I p. ( ftlnv e indicates N... I:-- were both pinned nnder the The nct.'rii n."t,,Cr the est of the republican plundcrors. th. ".?. ''"P. IB machliieri-n.Ust.....l.n- f fhouts of victcry. Irrrstuvnhoo' nl?h1 kollint eel n This time fS7.50il.l31 Truo, butofturn to tho records nf tl nl proposals fur pcacti nro That Is what McKinleylsm means, as exports nml Imrorts H.r. itir 'i.t.p ... ituuti Laiiiuiiaiini'i i. ri'miri uiir fur that lielr 1enTM apponr bllglibvl, 'WIiiIp there mny 1 no lpfrlil cauMj made the order tl ( y carried everything. The Japaneso Kr, nc.JIt nrptars thnt mercliandlve tiaraJ.jM distinguished from national protec''Jhn In vrtf Wncht cent, mike than last year, but PJ.ff.'per to gain tllno and lit the lloth were probably Instantly killed. clnlm Inthat thctrrpn-ncfi- l of objectiqn on my part, J yet feci that winter t.lay havoc with tlio llivadluff morn amoiii nun .to solil. That Is, mo hsd 10 tion. When Mr. Kasson represented aumit lliey linn 430 Killed u.n,d nlrrp Half dozen llremcn wcro also cent, IcsAthan In 180.', the tottl wages "knll iiulinul nntiirujiurdslt. during the while occupy the poltlon of governor forces. The pnig-cand ny that the Chlneso had (Hid killed not only tho forelun nn Ionn constituency In congress of fouut Oyaiiia'M pinned down on the stnlrwuy lending pafd In I onght not t. mix ltd .duties with otl troops bus been arrested by the delay from the fourth to tho fifth floor. ber was tlisc cstnblisliincnU In Novem and wounded. Tlio snow prevented u frelidits and dlt lilemls on securities, but IIS,- - government was nridcr the policythe of 4133 jiercent more, Ihnn In titcccssfiil pursuit u.Iiersf trade iiik in.ly tfeehert. In lh- - intmio em of vn dllfoiont cjiirader and re. In thcmovcnuiilKof the llr.stnrmy. of tho ictrcutluir why Ihe (fold ivas nettled. balance, Ihatations national protection, and he was nmong hut they mnunged to cut their way Novemberl ISOJ. Thus tho tlepreas0 In H'liooU of I'lillniliOnhln iu.(,ti....ni i.. It wi!j bc'evernl onklbilit.v Chinctv. 'J ho villagers of Ju.ilnlne While out In tho face of the ndviiuclng purohasinglpowcr of tho working forco Thetonro n few otter Intcrestimr facts In those republicans' who Otcr tilrty Gorman otllcrrs nnd protested !ite thipnUrli' nw.U tunl i.i tll(,0. jiionli away tho f. jiiue.o soldiers who connection with this mutter The net einort against tho increase of the tariff taxes,, it commissioner u 111 ,u olllccrs nro busily en- llnnics. Pour of the men were pain- lit found ti Imi duo mainly to tho de. f Ill ....... Iua)ih . ... tlinlrt .. nv.ni, of Bold Ihe tlweal jear Mhloh ended culled to the ucthe discharge of tho gaged in drilling a now flnnyof trodp fully but none seriously burned. It crease Kn in Kirgnuitv nml lunkmbernf bauds and hours si'tiglit refuge tliLtc. Ihcysnld they JunelO. sl tkk l,l.f,lli Why nan Iho net for the reason as they then said tliat. tJir MhfHil IkmihI prompt vumplusl liy dntlcn impited by tho term of yourde 1'orelgners In the custom? terrier, who was Impossible to make an oi(ort to of bo goVerncd by the Japwork, rather thim to reductions preferred to had so sa.;i Jlerause tho net export of Higher duties would bu burdensome Ifc !roVM.Ini; to mlucc t)miMlrlvi of nil cree. tho objection liidleatetl Mill have hid military" experience, anese who' captured tho village ixrort merchandise dijrlnj Iho same K'lod s tS.-- I nnd unjust Subsequently such presiare Join rosvtio the bodies tif Chief fremiti and paid per month. " I fully liellcre s. IS,IW iie U'aclier to thovs of tho corrc- - obUilnn. o that I urn ing tlie central army nud manning Foreman llooney, nnd at :S0 dents of his party as Urant and Arthur "The cnrnlngs of nil roads report- previously to oiidliij ftmU teacher A dispatch legally the Central News from Now, it vill be observed th-i- t this recommended it reduction of the Juand that n full ln Chines" forts. o'oiocl. Niturdiiy morning, when the ing for December are better than In tlpit Jon will m demonstrate, and I is wholly irrelevant to tlio question lie Th Chinese nre plucking up cour- lire had been extinguished, the Ixidles 111, nnd the cnsbotind tonnage from Tokio snys: Hut McKinleylsm doubled their. (viur. of the Tnclflo coast Mutes hnio will Ie coventor tor a scoond term. age In "(en. Nodscu. who couiDinuds thu whether tho,iiasaguof tlie McKinleV In nearly every particular, nnd estabview of tho climatic diilleultlca of the chief and the foreman were still Chicago for three weeks hns been ilupano'o nrmy in Manchuria, reports' bill induced foreigners to Invest large proflthi? Jo n notable extent from Aftin thuuklnjr you fur tint triint and with which tho enemy has to pliuit'tl under tl.o machinery, though d lished not protective but prohlbltin nJainst 219,010 last your. Uut in the Chliic(H!.1aruiicso wur The khljn poiilldencujou place In me. I am ery the llremeti wero clearing away the westbound tonnage, and on southern that the nuthesJinvo been greatly in- - siiius. In American securities and to rates menu of meal and praln from I'ort. klnrnrrlyyour nuencetl uy the clemency of the Japan ship gold to this country to pay for TlliM.V." debris to get at the bodies and remove llucSilhc comparison Is more favorable. Vleerov Chang (h( Chung Is The consequence of the substliutloi ese, nnd that many residents who had them. The' large net export of gold and am), Tafoma to Uith eounlrlei There U no niKint the gov. them. to lie on his way back to of McKinleylsm for national protecIf aftVets important Industries that 4 hare Wen enoriiuAi and hope are en rrnors)il(. betujr onntekted. lien irom their homes arc rcttirnlnir that year shows that they did not do ( hlef llresnnn had hardly reached In order to start the constne-Ho- n tion was tho have taken .'.00,000 tons of rails for rewilh tlieir famllfcs Markets have It. Tho Journal admits this, butsavs trust, n steel formation of a augai trrtnlnM thai i xrlll pfore the 1ckix of tho projuiitcd grhnd trunk rail- his qunrtors from a Urn In Urassford newals this yc'ar, ngulnst twice a cdrdagu. trust,1 1' been opened, Japanese enrrency circrt-late- s Iho balance of trade, though in our barbed wire trust, nln of a iVrinanent tmle INjniCATE QUESTJON. c " way Ho Is a mini of great energy. alley, near Knst Llcri:iilh.s.trec,t,vfhon much ordinarily tequlred. various others trust freely, nnd the Japanese admin- fnvor, as tho phrasai is. was not so much trust, tha businessand which was to 1111 nliirm sent him up to the lln In the "Mney Is still coming to this city Ir of l It InUMful In Print I'ar.slinllr. of V. In aiikuar ui it. rvqucjtt which camo istration is working well."' big factory. Tho building Is six stories in our fnvor ns It might havo been. plunder the people, and they did busl. wiinlnr Wiilllt.ill, ". kMIU,(, h,,) , steidy stream, and exports of golc " " " Pckin dispatch to the Contral from Mrrnil patriotic American cltl. Iw C high, nnd on the ground floor it ex- for hy wu.s not tho balance of ttrade ness with great earnestness and assldu Tmn.. I ltc. or.? week are expeeted to bcubou' News Ktya Liu Kun Y ha-- asked to be more In our favor? W as not tho Mc ity rem for iwrmiMlon to erect u monuVAkll.0TI., I)(e . ),l of til. Walthall, of NliskiHsippI, who resigned tends through to West Twenty-thir- d until the election of 1892 knocked - 300m Tho dissolution of the bone" rulicved of his new olliqe, but his re- KInley bill passed to check Importa them silly. Then the new tnrlrT bib hi sent in tho .'I'niletl Mntes soimtu Mrwt, A txi to the lirst. story thcre'la syndicate on tho ground ment on the prt where (ien. most delicate Hint intricate question that the pend quest has been refused. He U believed tions? If It be said It was uot yet In January nn account of ill health. fell In Uls unMirccssful ffort cTcr. ulmUted for u ,lcpnl opinion-t- o a Vnonnous nlr shaft between the Ing currency bill has destro.vcd th; to was enacted, and, though tho advolie Incompetent Is np')uirenlfy fully restorcd'by the rest Twenty-thir- d to capture .Quebec In 1TTJ, a committee the drparUnelib, of JUklliehas full operation, we pass on to the fiscal cates of McKinleylsm denounce It as a Twenty-fourt- h i nnd tbjuoMiiuxiriant market for IhmhIi-Iof tho'Uuebeo cfl.v counutl, hate tint nskfd of Attorney (Icncrnl Olncy by which he has had nt his homo in Mis- street portions of tho factory. With t'tcnt in financial circles, nnd is year le3, when It was certainly get- free trade measure. It provides for duliable SUPT. BYRNES. filed a recommendation that tffe re the treaMirv department ting lu Its work, and tho balance of ties a trifle higher than those wblck It Ik wheth- sissippi since that time, lie says when the exception of tho second floor, to have results of some consequence. rjuet be prontol. er htnmp collector Jnuy the right to life new term for which he was elected wnieh was used by II. IL Horner A "Failures lu three weeks In Decem- The Crl.lirKl.il 1 Tenders Ills trade was what is called ndverse. This existed when Mr. Knsson was In conj j n .lion Tin. Ilri.irtinrnt I'ull f year we exported S7,500.4S3 In gold, the gress. Kansas City Tunes. e print andM-l- l of L'nlteil In January, lsPJ, commencing March I, Co., furniture dealers, tho entire build- ber show liabilities of (10131,937, of liirriiitl(.n nf Thirty Ttears tlrnuth. largest-1Is'.n begins, It i his present expectamount ever exported In n sin- Tiir. New York philanthropist who Mate and (oreljyi ing on Twouty-fotirtstreet was occu- which 53,5W.7no were manufacturing ktampn. Ni:w YonK, Dec. 31 At 10 minutes glo year This showed dearly enough HIGH TARIFF NOTWANTED. a plan last winter of lending rBe Wi1ie-.- s hhs attained consider-nh- e tion totaktt his seat. If at that time, pied by Cassldy A. Lois, S30,0(Wi and K.751,41U of trading concerns. to 9 o'clock Saturday Lcxow that the MclCtuley bill was not bring The People of tha XVett Not In Favor nl money to VWfrvin); poor pc.ipla projigrtloits, and with the Ineicakc his health is as good as It t now. Failures for tho week have been 330 in Committee, adjourned night the t6 tho subject the ing gold from i: rope. kecurltyoffluch.Vl tfMU 1,mv.) met of trade the rUtmptt turned out hnvo UlRlieriTaxes. the United State ngnint 511 last' year, u Ilia I'lillnre in New Vol k. y . call ox tlie FIRE AT LOUISVILLE. closing a . A republican politician In 'tlie with Kuccea eii'iitKh to Irml tlirm to rrAirualty reanhe'd axirfi-ctloNow, so fur as tlio trade balance is In arlfs--t end 4! In Canada, against 11 last year. session of chairmui thus whs Nrw Yohk, 1'ce r The dry irnoda investigation that brim concerned there Is practically no tils- - off territory of Oklahoma expressed a dntibU the eapltal emplujed HnUii and odorlnc that makes tliem Ther mlllliKtry ilrnrof J. Iehtelistcln A l Tjirri- lliinilrr.l 1 IhkikmihI llolUr ful of startling revelations. loaniHl SltMOlkt winter and f.iund hardly itlktintruikhablo from tho cenu-lnt- . and A LEGAL BATTLE pute that it would be paid In gold if popular when, a fow days ago. of 2T3 uml .' (Jmtid ittreet liml OS llrrnirn .Wino-- l I roirn lu liralh, Just as he wus through answering thoro wero no other causes operating. Hie said: truth west Is not stuck on a ' repayment "The atlfaetory enottph to and i l West Twrnlv-tbir- d slnct, hat4 Lorisvn.i.i:. Die. 31. Friday night's tltrr the Collection nf 1Ihe Income 1 m ll Mr. (iofT's probing questions, bupt Hut other causes nre always operat - high tariff." ' make the plan The ciifrraters and prmters are failed Die liabililtis will prolwtbly Hr. , which was gotten under control I oiuliiCHiid lllltrr Ichl la Ksprrtrd. Uyrne handed a letter to Chairman Ing. Hence, laVwo ussumo that an Nobody Is "stuck on" a high tariff) emplotedon this work, and, while amount to SI.V).N, whlln tliciosots are -Doc. the It was a copy 9! adverse balance of trade will neccs - exqept Its beneficiaries. Nobody wants at 4 a. in. hnturdny. was one of the Wasiiisi.tox, to be 29 That without Lexow . and. said-thn- t A rrxTKAi. I'ACirio railway land Chief IlaTcti. of'the tcret service, does tax is not collected not expected to realise more than half bcncM that hasrver visited the wholeono that ho had sent to Mtiyor-elee- t ' to pay any inoro taxes than he can.. sarlly cause unoutflovv, or a balance apent ayn there are more than S0U.() not charje that any Mich Mninps ilHt sum The niiiiouiuiMiirnt that sale district of Main street From much legal battling Is evident The Strong early this month. It wns his our fnvor an inflow, of gold, we help and everybody wants the necessi- head of w lid liorM-- In .Neenda. They cither furelpn or dniniktic. are uned this rlrm has gone to thu wall will lie un. illicit ttnlil 4 o'clock thu battle suit of John (I. Moore, of New York, to resignation from the force, of which in shall continually And statistics refill - tics of life nt suclt a price that they ho contends that the possibil- a surprise to tlio trade, arc a wiurcc of mtich trouble and In secure nn injunction against the com- ho hns been n member for the Inst 32 Ing our theory. lu the llscal year 1S94, can bo readily obtalued without too for supremacy raged between the missioner of internal revenue will be to ktochmen, they eat off tho ity for fraud on revenue is ktartlln. almost froten firemen nnd tho flames, thrown out of court under section 3224 j cars. as above stated, we exported more than much toll and effort Not only the In unscrupulous hands mch ktanis " Kllleit Willi. nit iti. lett craw on the ranfes and leae The superintendent said that en two we imported by some 5237,000,000. west, but the cast, Is not "stuck on" a It wns not until tho of .the revised statutes, which K.Xrtwii.t.ii, Tenn.. Dec. SO. A trag-ed- and cattU anil kherjs The liirt oottld be um1 fur wltolckvila fraud. Ai h , occasions since bo was appointed in This was an ideal year according to high tariff. A high tariff Is high taxunder. -- tlialuudcrIs reptirted from' lnVklcyVmtlls, plnphy a law ixTinlttlnj; to fortdfm Ktamtw. the tfnltcd Statci, IrflOature bolnp maintained in nnv Stipt '" Murray's-- " placo he wns the republican theory, as tho balance ation. Tbe taxation is borno by the ny oihi to khoit staltioiiM found run by lt treaties wlthtliu variouis M)icris Vn.. in wiileh J W. U Illinois sliot nnd ship of heroic Mai. Hughes, wcro nl covrt. on the mint of resigning, owing l eommlttiMl to prevent Uie counter-feltin-g killeil lUss lllekley w lid. They were in n most prostrated by the cold that the ft' Is tho desire, however, of tho law- to the continual conflict between of trade was so largely "In our favor." people, nnd ns it Is impossible that nliitf Imports were really checked, as the everybody should prollt by taxing himof obi Uxntionxof foreign nations store when Willlnms uccotel Ilickley, progress of the conflagration was yer! interested, as well as of u lnrgj the commissioners nnd hiunclf. republican platform of l?bS demanded. self so It Is equally Impossible that Axoxplorlnc party hklmrtly to make of any hind, and Mnmp by law are and told him lit wanted to talk with cheeked and the block from Sixth to clv--t of citizens who believe the The superintendent, ho said, should Still everybody knows it wns a bad everybody should prollt by high tariff the akcent of Mount Tacoiiia to xlud held tax unconstitutional, to get a have nbsolute charge of the discip obllration. kotlmt tho ques- him As they started from tho store Fifth street saved from destruction. As year for business. The simple reason which means high taxation. out Jukt what hat lecn hapcni!i?tii tion atsumrk interuationnl relations. Williams shot him twice, killing htm n result of the tire, tnc buildings occu-pi- e hjnrlng, and other expedients will be line of tho department, but that nil I The days of u high tariff are over. Co.. on Sixth bj Muck llrent tho ktuumlt lalolj . to plve bikls f.ir the Philatelists ctHitund that bv prlntlm? iiikt.intlv. The murder has caused a rtcd to in order thut the question his efforts in that direction wero frus- why we did not import more was we could not afford It, our re No ono of authority In the republican various rejKirU of tuleanic erupltmik,. fuokinulL f ataiiUH. they are kerrlni; great scnuuiim. and if Williams cap street, between Main and Witter: J. II. nm tie brought the highest trated by the coininisslonvrs. The est Mnin street: J. A. sources bavin,' een crippled by tho party protends to furor a return to the m ijnast At... :,X. aralanehe. K'lnchtl adranee, and the ns educator of youth and parent Im- tured he tnav Ik' hnched. triltinal. Charles A. lle.s. the was 'honeycombed with Slid man net panic. Hy republican McKInley tariff. No party will go be; 1. erst. .'.31 West Main street, and Ci II. lihe. The latet obsert-utmn- i w itli tel position. Until the question liieeldid well known New Yoik lawyer. wu Htnns lilies A Co.. :, WoM Mnin street, were In cnnMiltrttlon Friday with a number abuses which had "been growing for 30 logic we ought to have imported, net, furo the people on the Issue that the rooo N'm to khow that nihic chance ' by thu nttorner (,'enernl the trensurv Nasimii.i.i Itenil) for llie Tiny. j ears, nnd they conldonly be remedied pay more taxes and thut Tenn . Dee. 2D The completely gutted uud tho entire stocks ik poiernment otllciuls on this In tho form of the nummil han really ilepartmcut will eon line Ilk cITorts subject by radical, legislation. Local poli- J.37.00J.OOO of gold, but. In fnet, our people shall betteroff by being taxed. Is iak.cn place. kecurinr iososUiii of dnni;croiu AmoriemiV corriwHiiidont in lhattu-iiiNr- destroyed. 'Mr Hess represents several large ticians, he 'claimed, were the curso of net exports wero over four millions. everybody Whether the democratic party elects ' No doubt tlie diiTetence was mado Illlss A Co.'s loss will reach 830,000, capitalists in New York who have dektHip die, but will not undertake to I 'tans, after it long hunt for v II. C. dually caught him iwrtly Insured, (ierst A-- tJa' loss not termined to fight the income tax, and, thu department, nnd as lung ns politics up liy tho return of our securities, nnd Its candidates or not, Its principles are. coutlM-ntAN old man of MTec'.v-cljrw Uie large Mock of ktntnp alwas a factor in tho force such a st-itand Mr. Dvans said ho was tlellnltely known, but thought the this wns caused by the feur thnt we w inning a stronger hold on the people,, to for three my by tho liums in the hands of lohftollcr and ash result of his interviews Friday, of things would exist ready for tho democratic fight against night not be able to maintain the gold and If the republican party continues loss will probnblyexeecd l. Miirylcbona (Knif.J ollct) magUtrate others he ill aIWe his clients to wait until llyrnes went to headquarters Sun- standard. to roform, it will soon be practicing his leing seated, nnd that "we nre s Ilia government lie'ns action to com- day morning nnd spent reoenUvu he a unable to jkiv a four hours FIRE AT ATLANTA. prejwred to refute their arguments of Jofepli llu'rhes. chief of the flro de- pel the payment of .tho. tax. t In this Tho fact icinatns lirht the largo out- the real truths of democracy, Albany line of klxty cents for not kcclnjr tluit frauds, and It w lit lie it vigorous rcfuln-tiopartment, is iiui It ing In a .critical maimer the government will Instigate there in packing up his, "private papers flow of gold was going on under the Argus. hi tweho-- ear-olgrand child vent to 'Ih llliliirlrnl 1)1.1 llullitloe llurnt don't forget that." condition at Fnglue Co No. 3 house, legal proceedings, and any defeno can and gutting them read to be removed Harrison administration. All the I iio.ooo. kchool. He wu imperfectly rctpcctnblo Willi n I nf i OPINIONS AND POINTERS. having listen cart ied from the scene of Isj taiscd ncconllng to tho Ingenuity ol in tlie event of the acceptance of his affecting the currency, with uorklii,Munn. hUwlfevAs'lell rSrlden, Atimnta. (i.i. lte 3i Tho old Cap-ttiIt) pnotl.iii In ( 'nii i. request to bo jetircd. Tho Mr. McKInley has discovered that the flre suffering from a congestive counsel the exception of the Sherman act, the child's wtrenu were tleail, ami ho biiddlnir nt I'orMth and Mnrlettn l'.vi' Ci.aiiu:. Wis.. Doc. W The action was the sole topic of which were opeiatlng tinder the Har- the tariff barons have no uso for tho chill, brought on by standing in water could fiotXpo ftfter Ihq truant him-c!- f. i reels iiuiirlit lire at 3 ii) o'clock Sunwise against Dr l'iykln In a fu.it tleep and avposura discussion nround headquarters CHARLES HARDIN. I rison administration, are still In force. lemon If they can get the juice with.- , to thu ex, 'Iburkdty morniiiif Tho blao started which be is charged with the abduci i day. fW To pretend, therefore, that the, outflow out It Tom Heed Is very juicy withal. Several other liremen The Acquitted Aitiins i;tin-sIn the kouthweftt corner of thu build- - tion and mistreatment of Mabel ltrlggs treme cold. It.iliher Kegret nt Mr. llyrne's probable de- 'if gold, which has been going on for were removed, having fallen from exTilClir. In a town In Ar.tona which of- - Inir and either in tlio fourth or lift h through the InllucjiCsV St Louts Republic Aciilll Arresli.l. oLJiypnutlsiu, however, to be comparture years, whether tbe bnlnnce of trade Tlie republican senators will fers exceptional cli nccs for women CnitAi.o. Dec 20 ihnrlcs K. liar pletely tory. The llames burned rapidly nud was again m the docket of the munici- haustion uml cold. ovei shadowed by curiosity ns .van one wny or tho other, has been have another opportunity to earn mom anxious to cct married. It Is a miiilnjr J In 10 mlntiten had a cixxl hcrulway. A pal conn 1'jliUy. Nunc sensittoaa din. acquitted lns.t October of the to" what would happen nfter he had caused by tho new currency bill is to sugar trust boodle by defeating cgaln Negroes lop Mexico. .".n.p Oitllcd "IJtwhrlur'k Hot." about J bijeh wind was blowing, and when tho charge of stealing S.OiV) from 'the gone retarding the relation be-- " and .vhere u competent successor disregard nil the probabilities and the the bill to remove the differential sax Amomo. Tex , Dec. 31. A. kity miles norjb jif Tjovn. Altlmbph i Uame. broke and leaped hkyvrard tween In pnotlc Ififlu'cnrc iind'irjmearc Adams K.xprcss to , was again arrestbe found. Inspector Conlin Is the population uumlicrs SfX tliere In J kparka were carried font loup diktanco looked for. of Atlanta, (in., better kiioiyn'uK ed Friday on ft fugitive Warrant He could r olltcer In rank to tho superin- .essons of experience. Not a dollar of duty on German sugar and on thu " the ne.-inational bank currency, us it is hot. trust's refined sugar. Chicago Herald, not u woman or n cat In the camp, and j to the east and nnrthcnkt, threatening Peg" Williams, signed a coutract Is charged with breaking into n house He Woillns Witslietl Aslioie. jnomcnhatoadvcrtUed through W. 11. Kills, representing the in Kansas City in which ho claimed his tendent only enjoys the distinction of or ns it would be under the pending wives In n other hulhllnp;. William McKinleynnd lleujamia being the inspector uiibssmlrcllt'd bill, would be available to settlo -- Two bod- T. IjUiuImiIo Plantation Co., (il.ix CnVK, 20 , Dec eonecaled. Hardin declares by tho i, wife wns 'I he building, which In it Tuovoiupujr., , Thyy iiniit U of jroinl of Harrison will note the fact that It was testimony given before tho t Mntinecock ies were balances. The new' cur- Senator Quay who Introduced the bill Mexico, to furnish tho eonipati tha' his recent arrests nre the.result of Lexow t harnefcr nnJ nnUerMand tho dtitio of j brick, belong to Vcniible, llro. who Point, onewashed iishorcs-i- Unit Cupt, committee. of them loJiig of rency bill might, and probably would, for a new presidential mansion. Of a hotUChnld. The richest miner niTcre paid 9l3i,uno or It a fow yearn nco. It l..x- Jtj I.lKiror.s. Tho Negroes will bo ob- - persecution iy Uie llulls-lurg- o Dororis force the banks to furnish their share course Scnutor Quay doesn't expect a dowry of S10.0Otx j in presumed that tho proprty Ucov- - CniT. whoso schiNtner sank litbut wns tnmctl from t.eorgin and Alabama. press Co. Ho say that after his loriri'd Conpons. creek a month nm. gold fur ' that j ertHl In hikiirauco. at Nashville tho Adams lids occupied by. Vaiseil. alHiut captain bought the vessel Wiillnins claims In- - w 111 export 100,000 r-pf JiuTKitsoxCiTVMo. Dec. 31. State of the relieve export, ami toFor ex- McKInley or Harrison to ever occupy v The thnt Ills new million dollar white house, as t o. filed suit against tho Wells i irnnnii u nm1rlti.L IN.ll lift" or luoro ofllcck. Jnrolik the ilnn-- . Ut thu time, nnd she was wrecked dur- Negroes from the southern states to Tieasttrer stevuns Sunday received n tent It Is the treasury. rather calculated to dimin- he had an eye on Totn Heed when he Fnr.-Mexico this winter. peopl' for the 535,000 nnd th!nk letter from n brokerage linn' in L reason lmlld- IoiiIh Mcvcnin dlea In Snuioa Kit- - gikt. whose ore In the Non-ros- s ing on ho is un importnnt wlttiefs. TlieiJ.t-te- Louis coutnlning what purported to lie ish tlinn to increase the shipment of proposed to 11 x up tho next president ling link been it reCl 'bft n turned la VU"'uier. occupied Tiio llic storm the Wednesday night. Imdy if other man Is un'I In- - llrooklyn Tntrbriinelr. desires lo prevent him n coupon for SM), duo July I, lSSii, On (old, ns it gives tut additional reason so handsomely at public expense. Ilrel llarte. Mnrn.it 'irnwfi.nl nri.t tht northenut corner. known, Henry James lire practVitlly dchall,n J Jllioohtiv. N. Y.. Dec. 31. At n from teslift 'ng whon tho else Is tried tho Hannibal A St. Joe rail read stato to expect that the gold standard can Kansas CUy Times. , n Coldest siljub IHMII. , Ariiienlnn Iteruuees. uuetitig held lu ihe Centennial llnptlst In cw Yorkr Ills claims of persecu- renewal bond, nnd bearing tl per cent be retained. Louisville Courier-Journarepublican A stanch western alired. .Tullan llnwthortir after much' I.nrij. P.oik, Ark, Dec SO. Tho" e'liireh, on Atlclphl fctrcct, .Sunday tion are laughed ut by tho police. Lomki.v, Kcc a A dispatch to tho linT i.Pttled down In .lafnilen. paper, the Sioux City tla.) Journal, travel, interest Mr Stephens pronounced it ; '.e Slanl-y- r ktatck that weather 'lhufMliij nnd 1'iidny wns the afternoon, bj tlio members of the believes that the republican party Id a forger . for the reason no bond bearJ"TevmanlihH wandered oer ,V,i,J x,,w" fr,l" 0ll? 1'nip.pcroiik Tlme. A uuiifr ltssrul. l.uroponfogL f;jlinn p.vjlc lifts tmv- - ' Artnriilii'rcfngei urn nrrlvliiff nl coldest experienced in Arkansas In the llrooklyn it wnsdecldsi to ing tho number .171. 921 is In o.xUtcuce. This center of manufacturing inter-st.st- s New York ' state will mnkc a serious Chicago, Doc. St'. eled muylij and (a jihtnnlng fmtluj ' Sarakumyach inuwret tubed condition month of December since issn. At s p. reorganise unilcr 11 now name. ,I)r. years oil, confessedIrving McLean, 15 Thci forgery Is perfect, and It Is said lu New Hampshire Is experi- mistake If it does not "turn down" bcfoVo ' United in Thursday night the thermometer Talm.tge wits not prescntat while l.afcmllo I team They declare that many of their several liavo turned up at different encing nn unprecedented revivnl of Tom Piatt "He did not win the late Commissioner Sta'.-Kemp Friday h.iyo been obliged to adopt registered sixteen degrees uImiiu zero, The members will meettiguln-obus been "doing" Japin. in tho state within tho past business, and shrewd men cf affairs victory," it snysj "he had nothing to mor in thnt he had twlco robbed the points rw1r.lt. I.t.i t. ... n... t.,ll. 1I..AU lllll.fr.'W ,,l .n.t,nni ,ho,rp.. i , llnU .,,v n...1 .1... nttdnlTn. in. Prlday morning six de- Tln.rxliiy evening next, when n place pot oltee at Fulton, Wis.; within the w eck. do not hesitate to express themselves do with ft; the ouly contribution It l' sun (inugnxcr. c " grees above rero. Ten Inches of snow for holding services will bo decided pn&cnt month. Unch time, tho prtnllgy to the elteet thnt Manchester Is upon was in his power to make was to keep Hi.rermnrv hns.no, It wmH.l.ent-- 1 '"'""f llrionrl.tsl.lv Ulrrllon llrror. Is reported from tho eastern part of tho upon. out of sight. Wheu ho now comes, for' . . luifkl... fi.nt'l a.ti tlin rn.irtl nf llm v crime stole stamps and letters. 1,'r. Donor. In., Dec' 31.' On sceount the threshold of an urn of business lie ; ,; of the metal from I, state. iitoiiio. ward to dictate the uso of the victory can priMluco n foil, is working on a farm near Fulton at of n clerical error In nn election ballot, prosperity compared with which her he simply raises an issue within the able Coi.umiiiw. 0., Dec. Died or Ills Injuries. pre-tlv- o ' A lllg Cirrus. , for ? wcn,,nfy of to ten times thjnnerthnn onll;ury t'ui time pf tho robberies, n ml escaped Iowa will for.the lirst time hi her his- past wonderful material advancement party ngatnst himself. The party t Kmiwim.k. Tenn.. Dec. 31. John W. Iliiipnn'iiliT, Conn.,' Dee. 20. James gold Iptf Mrt.Jovcph WlHon Swan, hOW lllllt ,illrln . tho year ending.lune ' Chicago, Ho wns caught while com- tory have n female justice of the peace, tv ill bens naught. Signs of Increas- must purge Itself of his bosslsm and A. Ilalloy. Nnto Stlisbury nnd W. P. Uauiscjr, an englneer'On tlie" Southern ing from a Mrs. L. V.. Castle, of (ullender. being ing prosperity nro manifest on every of nil train nt tho union railway, died' SundnfuooifM Injurief I dictation, if it hopes light ng fume. hn prescittcd to tho ,.M,tloiu ami 3 "lOennvietlnn. I.. iil.l.. I ody have formed pnrtnership 'iduy, being reeogulzedby the Fulton sworn In sfnturdnv Tho intention was hand. For an entire mile, along the long tomachine control In New York. retain lloynl koclety MH'cliuon of this wote Wild West and I'oropaugh received whllo on his run Snturduy postmnstor. In river flout, from Olendnm'n hosiery were tt big to nominate her husband, but The bosses inus be downed." N. Y. shows next season, with 11 capital of nigltl. llienfctt stnampipe in tlio tire-I- revolver and H dlm'o nornl. Ho told liing ol'NnpleN Dead. dcrfully thin foil maile by deimsltlug tlio wife's initials were used, and mills on tho south to the Lang-do- Post. of his engine exploded, and escapmills at tlio extreme north, Viknxa, Dec. t'S. PntnciH II., the P1.Ojo.o0u. The now parlnersliip will gold on copper with tlio electric curwas sho was elected. As there wus no legal court thnt his only ambition Tins of rent and then dlwtolnog Sway thu cop-i- luto king of Naples, died Thursday nt hnvo 110 interest lu tho Itanium uud ing steam parboiled lili IsAly from the I" become the lender of a band of obstacle to her tilling the place she tho whirling of spindles and the wanting republican pretentions afti wnUt up. Re llngcrcttln the greatest fair and honest elections rattling of shuttles enn bu heard. . , , Arco, in tho Austrian Tyrol. Jt.tlley show. from It with of Iron. w us sw orn in. agony for twelve Ijour.s, very shallow when such futr and honbolug run All the mills 'urn Two Stick. llHii-r.- t. llomli i:ioslon nt Wilson, X. l Another I'iiiIi. i).r. time, Industries nre est elections fail to elect their candifull neiv Voir..N In thodlnkgow shops, accnnl-In- g f'rUpl Aliiisivi, Dkauwooii, 8. l) Dec. II Al noli, N. a. Dec. 29 (Hml.iono'ps i:igluj-iini- i, HriieON, .V Y , Deo. 31. M. P. Ito.s-lim- being started, old Industries nro work- dates. A living exjtnple of this Is the Another Komk, Deo. 2a Deputy Cavnllotl, the to n reevnt rvport, recelvo from SI dimimlte outrage has occurred, this l.ox'nov. Dec. 31. Mr. Gladstone cel- Sticks, tho Indlun sentenced to death the Hudson Iliver ing overtime, und thu hum of inilus.tr present situation In California. In radical leader, has written to his or $1.23 to,g.liv.vrcck; ImirdrcMcrs time at Wilson, whero n bomb was ex- ebrated his rlghty-tlftbirthday Sat- for tuktng u leading part lu the murder national bank, of this city, was affords pleasing muiic throughout spite of thu manipulations of reand tpbaocnnlsta mny get 51.73; it letter nbuslug Premier ploded in tho center of tho town. A urday; nd was the recipient of hum of four cowboy-.- , was hung Friday Saturday night by Deputy Sher- eveiy part of this thriving community publican election olllccrs in that stato overscan begin wltli JJ a week mid Crlsjl most virulently. Tho premier number of houses were shaken by tho dredsjtif letters mid telegrams of con morning by United Slates Mursbul iff Harvey, on tt wnrrjint sworn out by The merchants of Manchester have tho returns show tho election of mny Jdso to $00 n jear. One young Kliould lutvo resigned, ho nays, nftcr concussion, and the Church of tho Dis- grntiilntlou and parcels containing Feller In' tho presence of Hf ty people the bank officials cluirging iilmvtilh just reaped a rich harvest from the ltudd, democrat, for governor, by ono Mich nn exposure ns that of (lilotti. In hole churKO of a lio)i woman An effort was made to have President grand In rco.ii iti tho first degree, 'the ciples of Christ' was dnmnged, - Tho birthday gifts. most successtttl merchants' week ever thousand three, hundred plurality. S3 a nook; her hour were 18' people nro much stirred up ovcr'tlto 'evelnnd commute tho sentence examination of the books kept by held unilcr the board of trade auspices, Now- - the republicans are threatening To llojeolt llio Colonel, four day of tho .weejtj 7H' oiiJum(,' itlijt X Texas Senatorial Po.sllilltfy. life, thu Indian Jiighti Iiossm.tn showed tt shortage of about and all feel tho business outlook for to steal the state oiitrlght for old man o Mumi'iiih, Deo. Woman's mutter. on onejlu'r iiicIiIn were bronglitln Avsii.n, Tex., Dec. .11. It Is rumored of Philadelphia, interem Sll.noti. The money making up this tho winter to be of a rosy character. Lstee, who was defeated at the polls. council and tho Nineteenth Century Drowned Willi. Skntlni;. to heri thorn were no aauttary Is Whig made here that 0 strong citort themselves In tho matter. The at-- t amount was tnl'eu from time to time, The tariff question is regarded as set- Whllo the g. o. p. wears a very pious HicKHViu.K, O , Dec. 20. Frank to these being rnro In (lhii;ov club, embracing a membership of 4,000 asked if tho case would and It Is claimed wan spent In stock tled, nnd already tho superiority of tho look it also carries itn Itching palm i..vv.,Ij. s, lioss, recently women of thin city, Thursday passed a Moycrhofer, the d shops. Aunthur worliod front 'J;,10 a. m, son of tende'red by (5ov. ('ulbersoii u jiluco on warrant commutation of sentence. The fnst living, ltossmau till 10 p. m., and on Saturdays: till II, resolution to boycott Congressman W. Linl Jleycrhofcr, of this place, was Hie. railroad commission, make the race ustrlct attorney replied that It would speculation and theft, und has been Wilson over tho McKiulcy turlff is for other people's property. Kansas bus admitted the i Ity Times. for S1.75 a"wek, nnd wan not allowed 0. 1. ltrccklurldco whoa ho njtpcnra drowned while skating Friday after- for Ifnlled Stutcs senator ngulust Mr. n. )l. Two Sticks did not seem to worry locked up to uwnlt up examination dawning upon the minds of all, Shrowd republicans must realizo Is restored, nml throughout a.l hero to lecture next week. noon, to go out or her menlH. , hns been set down for Monday. o cr bis fa to. which t Chilton. thu arteries of business life tliere in a thut tht' republicans of the senate i i Will Demand Satisfaction, feeling of buoyancy, hopefulness and committed un Irremediable blunder in In tho oxtrcmu west ImrMm now cost stttiiii-i- t laivelnprs I hr.ipeiied. Kerein Knrtliquake. Jailed for Contempt. Murdered tlie Insitrnnee. lck.ii than entiles A Idy Loxpon, Dec, 20. A dispatch to thu voting down the proposition to conLouisville Coiirler-Jour-uaRomk, Dec 28. Slolly has BufTercd W vnillNMOx, Doc .11. Third Assist-ti- t good cheer vho lipent Chicaoo, Dec. 29, Wm. Itnugli. who Lo.mio.n-- , Out., Dec. 31. Tho murder sider the bill depriving the sugar from sercro earthquakes in tho Inst Cential News from Shnnghnl snys tho of John Henry llendeishnt, near St was secretary of the Atlas Loup asso-- i komo time In south California last sum-mPostmaster Ucneriil trnig hus Istrust of the privileges accruing to It saw it beautiful pair of blnclc twenty-fou- r it Ion, which was recently placed in sued a circular Informing postmasters hours, and much dainngu Pnlted btittes government, 1ms In- Thomas, town 20 miles from thU "The sugar trust holds its grip from thu differential and dlicrimlnat-in- g horses, matched like tulns, mid In tho Is reported, Ileggiel do Cullbrln, tho structed Minister Denby to demand place, hns created u great sensation. t io bunds of ii receiver, was sentenced of a reduction in tho prices of stumped Louis duties. There can bo ng doubt prlmo of their horkehood, olTered for district nt tho extreme 60tith of Contl-nentl- satisfaction from tho Chinese. goern-men- t H Is believed to be the result of a (Jail Friday morning by Judge Pnltio envelopes und newspaper w nippers on tho senate," snys tho St one of "and thai Is wilo at forty dollars twenty dollars that the degrading influence .ml the for having violated tho promise City, was shaken severely conspiracy to rob Now York f.ir four months for contempt of court, after January 1, 1591. The general and Henry lllcttncr, who wns pre!-len- t public, however, will pot fhyrh" much the reasons why so many people want insatiable greed of thu sugar trust rnch with no tnkcr. A hundred head Thursday, The most violent shook, given in regard to the surrender 0 Insurance companies of largo sums. u of unbroken broncos front Wyoming cither In Ituly or Sicily, was felt in Jiipanesu spies at Hinnglinl. of the snmo concern, wns given a In nelli from the change, but biicrs in to mend or end the sentite." And our will figure conspicuously lu the of lbUO That monstrous moi drty days' sentence, tvero Hold In Denver a fuw days iigo for Mllarzo. same of- large quantities will secure them a lit- republican contemporary of St Louis for ihe L'ihI Cliinxiiill Itrtter. IVnrn JIN IIoikch Huso Unities. that when ninety (Ullurs and their freight, less I.oxdov, Dec. 31. Lord Itundolph fense. Hnugh gavo n trust deed of hh tle cheaper Tho present price of No. will pleavo observe moved to Senator nopoly lb n product ol republican legisThrough! Im loo, take up it lation, uud the republican party ulust IIIIS7U.. Intl., Deo. 20, A lmll-dnhend. Thu lufuimntloii property for SS.OOO, borowed from tlio 1 Is so. super thousand; they will be (Iruy thu other day than a dollar a Chuiehlll is still conscious. Tho Irr. Way.nr Ind., Deo. 28. Claude supixived to bo mud slobbCted to shake off tho grip of the sugar now go on record us defending Its In current that nn Mnho stock fiirin on some which unused tho pressnro on association, nnd nfter buying up tho sold for H 72. Tho price of No. 5 is bill Kelly, aged Hi, broko through tho Ice com fed lo horses 'Ine trust, not n rupublle.tu senator volotl progeny against thu attack of all but owntil bv Thoiuui tho brain having temporarily ceased, claims of tho creditors releused tho ii'i: they will be mid for Sl. has turned S30 ponioN adrift lo fomtre on tho Kt. Mury' and Kob-orlnr ut lontanet, line tho anlmalt tho Improvement lu his. Ltisvllle thteuof the dumooiats of the seuaW. of newspaper with him. for themselves through tho winter, wan drowned, U deed with lllottnor's assistance In or tlccicnii In condition , dorU)" sccuio creditor!, liaio Uecn tied to uwnlt (1. rclopuiiiuta, iiriliitalncd. Rochester Herald. ' llnco ther wuu no Hlo for. them. vvmi j.en will bcveiy tibial i n.m uf acrc in mDnfnrJN HrobWyn In now cantlhg uUmi for" nioro.iork nnn. . N,0 wmit. tc buy In tc'rrtioiy 'foIO und blvck nre built ') to It, tli mlmiiolntf tl.r Ttiluo nv BlIlllid$4 fold. WiTiiirpr0gleij)!,rj(,j a5f ncrn I ! . UicrrU ;! ,w- ntw conitnlr. norlctoloeroruicd, , , mj-fol- . rim llrason (lie .lnnriro STIu MiptirUnt s llklllf-ll- in Mnrlllnif ht.itemnlt f(1e Turncy Sy He Ho Wat I'T n .Jkpunrim Mrrdistit. Elected QoKcrnop of Tennoiso. Tacoha. Wnsh., Dec 20. A Jeadinir merchant,of Japan, whoso Integrity Is Ifn rlu. I..,.r t ,i .In.lu linlmat-- vouched for by liifft commercial conInc 1 Iml lull I t I )KM I !,, nections litre, just arrived, snyn, the ntrHtr1lm Hk I. DutltU.I I.. lloM reason Iho Jnpuncsu tahrnyu win Imllin liAi.nuir.lilp a&.tiuiil Turin. portant battles mi c'aidly 1 bpenuse they fend their ngenls nlicinl, ntid do " NaShvh fx, Teiui., J)ff:. tS.Vfho 'q,ot light until the (.hTn'ese Mandarlni lclteK from' flo- - T&tukvt'ta Midlhlnckc oillcluls linro been bribed JuiJyoJI. II. I.urtou Ijovij Ufnt there Into making only a pretense of resistnliMjlulply no jrrounil for tho rnmnra ance. wnt out from .nshvillo tlint'CSor. Tui-nHuifvclnreH that dvhlo It cost, wfJI abandon lliocoutost for cor- !:,(K,rH4 lo "llx" Uie nftvht ernor of Tcnnpw,cc.and irmlt It. elm. battle oJT the Ynlu river mouth, ItTmly '"" Jo talio 1J cat: cost gltiO,l)0( to buy un rnajYlujpry.at "XCUTIVK C1IAMPK1I, ) Port Arthur. ,.Tho brlbeVho say? riro ."a1ivii.T.r.Tcdii.. I'ec "(1.1801. r paid In gold. "" "Hon. U II. Ilurton: 'Nkw 'oiik, Dec. Sti,A special, table 'Dear Slr"t thunkroivor thn bnimr dlspatcbtUi the llcrnh from .Shanghai ' and cotnpllmint of appointment nn UIVS! . f t;:nl commUlotior to"iclH!crtaln M'rlvaie Inttont 4' rom , raurpna wcurltli-s- etc. firm that tho Clitnuo!eo Is in a hope-lf- s "I lrnrncil of the appointment condltlun. In thclr.opcrntlotts liy tliroiiifh tho American. J.dld not, of ' A XWOjimffiJCEN - "V , f J ?4-, i by Falling YoVlc . Killed, .' 1 In jjv, , Nm - f r',n,b7,,.,AversRs r,llu'Ji Blaze. . ., ,. 1 oy En '.yCoinmcrclal failures In already tin. .Tniiitn'.i. lots (irentrr Than Tint nf 6Hcd to It. 0. Dun . mi number ti thlnesr-Smi- w Prrtrnlnln Scrrcts- Co. Mlil'e I iRhlliiit m ful J'nrsult nfihr ItrlrrulInK (.hi- ,s'lr'3 illiij's sons ,,c.'s ,ltnaime k, year, wth nrke The .Mitnihurlnns iill.Ul. ' ; . tlln.w.'f,' .. ' ' juai. year. Tim llnnl rejiort for t .J . Lospov, Dec, 31, A Central News VTlIl PrOblvlncllldn nlnnl .Inn ft1. Nrw Yoiik. Dec, .11. Ilnttalloif Chlel .with liabilities of about 41,000,000. dispatch from I'eljln says'that Liu Kun VI, tccretnry of Liang Ivnng, has Wen Jnmcs llrcsuan uud AssistantTorcman trading failures nlri-mln.itnl.. John Ii. Itopney mot. death early Sat- HjU, against 11.312 lust, vonr l...f lln. appointed to the chief command of all ...., w.. ....- - tho Chlnetc forces, ousting" , , urday mdriflng whi) flghllngh tiro In LI Unrig nc are oniv " stt7.nm.aRa. t'assldnt's) Sons A. Co.i. cits and electric- OOJ.SJJ Inst rear. Thu itMmni 'hang. Tho Central News' 'Correspondent at llxturo works In West Twenty-fourt- h jtlona shows a decrcasi; of aliout trect. kJTlio fire was, on the'JftllB U"Ma Inilefanlt of liabllltlns In Intong telegraphs! "Detail fr- ofliKir, arfd .Chief MlroirtMlaV eorfflrm Middle nnd central northern states. the icports that the recent buttlo was iiirrpuuded by men from Kr in the West anil fought with grvatobstluucy. The CHI13 nnd companies i. t, . third In other sections. i'lno n.-Irrm .tvtti.rl. inlmnnli.il wu. fjitting his wsy up the tntrwJ ....v 0..u,.nv ....v..x...v... Tt.A J...VT triages actually paid In NovemWr .... ,clCTcn lending to tl.J fourth lloor, --Wltliout A kJ timjparcd. today with working "i9,!"?" Tt Ko ., ...,i .,t.i. J'lno moment' wtirnlng tl.o In establishment throughout on the 0fth floor gave waj; under"; the Iktfferantry. nnd lu boutflftyraneh- cna,es. wcr 23(,4 V LV the;aT.rugo 'JSZZZ ?. ' : riiry MM Their tlinih - rl CPtt tecckly rerlow of trade "o i ni tans "SKn Plil-t- s. ' V n,,,' "'" ti,ib i)rmi ir$rl JOiiK. ,n.. 20 .. .; n.. . n '" LI J I UNCI'S SUrCESSOK. t n- rhc Recent Cattle at Was Very Severe. ' In llie T.lne,of'Ditj "Vleree 1'lre lit ' ): ttiX,lll"l( "t "-- &i en, v , . T,HE POLO IS EXPORTED. Itrrubllrsn l.rslslutl.m His t'uoso of tho Trrintnilniis Outgn. The Indianapolis .lonrnnl wak boasting the other day of tho largo foreign Investments made, lu America nfter the passage of tho McKiulcy bill, and at the same tlpie usscrtlug that exports of gold at present nre caused by tho Carlisle currency bill. The urnal, took occasion tri show that these InvcstmcntSAfter the passage of tho McKInley (All wero mythical, so far ns they were indicated! by tho gold movement, as the 11c (.exports of gold Courier-Jo- WHY ..'! ' 1I.-I-I1 Ivting-Wn-S- ai "a sontl.t tho twelve' months ended June 39, wcre5the largest since I80f The Journal admits tho accuracy of the figures submitted, but tries to wriggle out In thts way: In 1801, uThoCourier-Journ- sl rolnts 6at that daring Ihe, fiscal ytsr unleh ended Jon 30. lvi,tbe nn expn cr ws ita.iso.iw. then tbe ttur, but why Kit n -- chrl.beani b4i tro K-In-g "-- - &TlSrS AKS IvJ.uX'.. Ml.,. (ivi. Sit hir vet . f.'. " 'f.. a jut rhlS &X wiu-n.ucd 'T IT"?, "t". "pula . f" tw. lar wApi nu eue tho art exports of roerchsndliwHmount-Ucnst.'ESrSL. XaSraSkS'L'SS k s. ft Uj4 Etlp,4if!:5, 11 1 s uj ..Ti-i- )cr ? 1 12(1,-2fs- oon-ten- ipi.-stln- g 11 W,,, ,,r trrt. .Ix-er- -- S- te s fMont-pome- lat hlrf-Tnls- fue-lmll- ll.-ls- trtl h 11 far-1"- '"' - I.o lt , lecue y pn?! prohilt-Itff'kUo- llr.-in- ault tle -f rv S e K-foi- ti e tolc-phon- e, M-- Jll y o S30U,-(Ck- d con-Itlo- silperin-tendent'- - t -- -- .j. .' Wil-liTji- s. si i fr ' 1 1 llvc-Mor- y Map!-ntnh- Ar-ri.l- f n s o r flolM'-TTotto- i r l. ( ' "i TiiU-rnnrt- globo-trotlln- com-pntilo- s ' ' y' ? SA-T- ,,,., do-v- 11 toeon-olldntwtl- n s n t SI cr 20.--T- mil-linc- rn h 11 in-- 11111-- rnoy-geujr- twelve-ycnr-ol- l. or 11 d Globe-Democra- t, cum-paig- o lieu-orihng- o Thu-ssda- tlio-pric- Courlvr-Jour-nu- t. f !x '4 -- "'). s H HEW i i. ,..,... ri ijws jJXJai.J-il!- ii ii mini mull miii ifry'm"'J'WMrwBM i THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY.. NT ATF. AFFAIltS. Friday, : : : : JAN. 4, 189."). Tlio following article from tho Frankfort Argus, touching on Stato matters, will no doubt prove IT WOX'T IVOKU. Republican Trick to Capture llivMoiitlijIii 1HV. Tho talk in Washington among 1 y- - Tun litil to establish n national military park ou tbo buttlellolil of Shlloh ia now a law. Political leilers!!nre of the njiliilnii that the noxt (Icninrrntin nuiiiineo for tlio prosldcny will bo num. The last general assembly appro nn illiuola man. priateil tbo following sums to the Si'RARiNO of (lorernor, Clay Hsvlnnia: Anchorage asylum, $03,-00aomctlnio llnrdlna until It is liko Western 0."i.0m; Eastern, 3,-00unto Sloue. Ilopklnavtllu Ken Deaf and Dumb, 810,BS0.7O, ttickimi. and the per capita was increased Tub board of eilncation nt Mt. from ?1.'W each per annum to $150. Vernon, Intl., Imvo ileciduil that In additiiion all the insurance, on can- the buildings is paid directly from lio.vs who smoke cipirett not utltMitl the public schools. the statu treaBur.r, the premium on the Auuhorage asylum costing of the statu wore tho state 810,000. The state In All sections vimteil ly the snow storm lust liberal to her charities. week. !n the mountain districts Kentucky pays more money for the weather is especially wintry. the education of the children from the state treasury, from taxes PlirSIDKNT (JLKVKI.AND hns than any other state In tlio an order extending the Civil Service rules to nil storekeepers, union. The amount will reach annually. lingers and clerks in the Internal col-loote- of interest to our readers: Under an net of tho last gen oral assembly the whole nllowance to imoper Idots is paid from tho slnle treusnry. Previous to this enactment counties pnid $ 'JO each. Now the stato inns $75 per an South In 181)0 for tho tall of their tloket. They profess to believe that they have broken the solid south, nud if they tint up a good man for vice president bo will help them carry two or tlireo southern states. Tho states in the south mostly spoken of as likely to furnish the oaudidato aro Mary-lauWest Virginia, Keutucky and Missonri. the lending llepublicaus Is to tho effect that their party must go Uopdrs ami Imvo sonio ffeuer ea5! Garpets, M. B. Shaw, Staph and Fancy Groceries, HARDWARE, NO DOUBT YOU HAD SUPPOSED THK PRICKS ON Hut not so. Wo GENE HAL HOUSEHOLD' GOODS had reached rock bottom. wonderfully LOW I'lllCKS in store for you, tlio like of which you have never seen. They are truly wonders. We hero mention a i'cw: k Furniture, Silk Plush, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. CLINTON BTUKBT, S HICKMAN, KY. 3DE31jI"VERE3D IIUB I " ltevenae service. is considering -- that Gov. Drown the onestlou of vitiUng mntxtra ttoamlon of tlio legislature to relieve the em condition of the treasury. bar-Missu It is reported P Rf feft The bankruptcy bill, which the Democratic caucus of the senate has indicated a willingness to consider at tho prcseut session, is by no means the same measure as that which passed the house, which was known as tbo Bailev bill, duting tho long session. It curries the title of the house bill, but retains only the first two sections of the Bailey bill and even those nre added. The bill was amended In tbe eenuto judiciary commilteeand tbeainond uients nre understood to have lite; been euggestod in tbo main by Our know the jo it In toby Ibe jo which SIAIIKIKD. Hits are mea.urtd Senator George of Mississippi. we to others gtie. Tbe amendment inserted by tho Lei all the ear he golden with oar Jeeds BOPKIt TIIBEI.KKLD-- In thl count, of graolous lore, senate committee related entireu ednrwU evening, .Clhlunt, at And earlb will awing lie nearer to ha the lestdtaee of the brills' father. Kid ly to matters of details in making sk that binds above Rods ePjclattnf, Miw Mesa Uomu to assignments, arranging exempMr. lister Tnari.Kr.iu. tions, preferring creditors, etc. A HI rang Appeal. e This couple nerds no Introduction, main provision iu the bill in The It lo a that tbelr parents are among for an assignment or cession of The St. IiOtiis Republic pays lie best fsnillies ol tbe count. property by any debtor owing The ceremony belo performed, all en8200 or more, which he cannot that the present condition of the disn Iba bride's joyed a luppsr which ont pay. The friends of the bill are people in the incline to urge that the steering trict of Western Nebraska is one to mother knows how to prttare. On Tliuri-J.at the home of the croim't father, committee shall giveii preference appeal to public charity. The people Ibe bridal pall, nllli man friend, en money. over other measures selected for now living in some of the counties Jnted one of tboe dinners with which no The tax rate for revenue ttousiiienulnu by tbe caucus. are only snch ai were unable to get is too low to meet the cur- ii.ey say mat a bankruptcy (Mil Is, awav wh;e the weather was favor- - epicure could findofLull, future life of llile y the thr rent expenses of the state govern- one or the urgent demands inn i cloudless. Tbe tes ootSful couple able to emigration aim wno arc on wblcb Lei r ireum Is launched It ment. There cannot be alcilcit the time, ou account of the fact without a ripple, tod tliclr journt of life Iu any other department, as the that the panic of 1893 left so many now without the means of sustain Is beautiful to contemplate the bride in umount collected for school pur persons in a condition of financial ing life through a cold winter. as epoilesi tnodetlr is There are some thousands of Ker and tbr nameas fiire(trooiuibe thesn-0poses, is divided protrnta, while distress, who, they think, should It of ibe III, the amount for sinking fund pur be allowed to begin life over again these unfortunate, and it will bo inn of Lonor and Inlecrlty. poses, is fully sufficient for all pur by disposing of what property the duty of charitably disposed Allhougb society it loth to part with poses. bit realne the may have and starting iu even people to contribute to their relief Ibttn, we annlher lhal Ihe communHj join received useful cillten. All with the world. aud give money later along to in ibis bapp pair on tbelr Tho pTvlu.M. .tart In life, an I their wind la Disscussino the question of provide soed for a new The Xlcaragiimi Canal. State of Nebraska willcrop. naturally thai their days ma be wj uteful, hspp nominating a candidate for Un andpro.peroui f bear the greater expense of this pran h tbelr that oibrr and rne up ins ited States senator at the apexample and The benefits to be received from work, but relief uUbrded under calthrm bletted. proaching statu convention Chair the building of the canal may to man John D. Carroll of the demo- some extent bo appreciated when such auspices will fall far short of cratic stute central committee we consider the facilities it will the occasion from the most humauo I. MtUlOItl.lJI. says: offer for transportation between point ol view. REST. Not deal, but peaceful! 'The state executive corfmittoo our Atlantic and Paciflo ports, and , The country is desolate and !rmjc In the rmi of Jeiu On the has not, in my opinion, any ex- consequently the increased trade windswept during the long winter r Dtc 2.1.1. It94 at 0:30 o'clock, o i. ...i liiu ..ir...: press or implied power to take thnt will bo fostered and dove!- - rvuuij. nun .i. oiujiTi limn ui nil: McKlioy wife any action on this question. That oped between Corea, Japan, China,1 people before the warmer weather mu. Hum Went lllekman, of Mr. J. W. Mctlrur, of pasted from committee is charged with the oiucr eastern nations ami onr- ve, sjv cn- -: npiiin Hustler. i.n5r earlbly beautiful wi'ii... comes to ..sw.t. ,..is..r llil her the tout borae, lo tbat nut built duty of fixing a time and place lor selves. The distance from New will he boKeof thai house great. The barbarities cropping out in holding a state convention, and York to San Francisco by way of will hmL, eternal lo the heavens. Nebraska makes a strong appeal Sit had lived a ronti.lent member of the war between Japan and China the selection of delegates thereto, Cape Horn is 11840 miles; by way Ihelhiirrh of Christ for tbe latt ten ear. are shocking the civilized world but not with any authority to take of the Nicaragua canal it would be to charity. of tr life, was a drioird wltr, a loving and will tend to prolong the war. any action except in the way of 4.910 miles, a saving of 9,894 miles. motktr, and an estimable neir,bhr. She Backlin'. Arnica Salve. recommending as to United States From New Orleans to San was indeed an example of iiieni The Japanese forces started in to diDaT In lbs full atturao'e of re tho distance by Cape Horn The (test Salve In tbe world for Cats, be governed by the rules of civ senators. The state convention eeitioi a "crown of ri(hteoii.ne. Bruiiet, Ulcen, ilized warfare; hut the barbarities might adopt snch rules as it thinks is 15,052 miles, and via tho canal Sores, Soree,Chapped 8tll Kheura, Fever he bird the rif lileoui judge, will"hlcb give Tetter, Hands. Chilblains, nueauon.anu it would be 4,047 miles, saving practiced by the Chinese finally prop"onouiiiBiiii. bluding." ''There Hiid 8k iu and poa action would bo miles. The time by steamer Cornt, curesallPiles, rKrupilons, required. inlhtt'lit" lo Ibe peoplerrmalnelh, b there.i fore, reel ol no pa goaded tnem :in madness, and re by the present wnter route from ilivel guaranteed lo give prrlrct satUfao-lio- 41) "llletted are lie dead which die in It Is taliatinn followed at Port Arthur, New York to 8m Frauclso is Irotn or iuone refunded. Price 'lf per IheLoid from henceforth; yea, sallh the where there was nn indiscriminate A Cause ol HiiHluewH Full-lire- . forty-fivspitli that the may reel front their l.bor, C. A, Holcomoc to fifty days, and by box. For sale br and their works do follow litem ''(lev massacrcc of tho Chinese, the ailing vessel from one hundred M:13. Japanese breaking away from the Threatened Knee War. of gret'These are llicy which came out aud ten to one hundred and twentribulation, and liars walked Among innuy cases of failure in ty days. By tbe canal tho time control of discipline. The remains tbelr robes and mJe them while In the The London Post is the English VloJof He Lamb" Ree of Japanese prisoners were found hnsiness none is more common for n steamer voyage would be fke there who had been beheaded and than tbe impatience oNndividuals. reduced to eighteen or twenty publication which takes the fair tive, tn leaves a husband and man relaWe would loi muti lated, and this provcratinn The average man, coming to years days and by sailing vessel to thir- est view of American questions. lo Ultra ruotirn theirIbe same 8avlour ta In she ty or forty days. Louisville Com- Iu discussing the recent Georgia Iruned to trust Iber ma one da ulrikr was stronger to the victorious Jap- of discretion, In, nfter working for mercial. troubles it says what has doubt- hand, again and brr on tbe hanks of that wltb anese trooiw than were the re- a salary, less occurred to more than one beaultriil stream feels able to manage for no straints of discipline. Col. Hanks, formerly known 'American that the present ten- - note Tni.i in Ihewhere pirtlntv are le Sa.inur. tie wilt eul himself, and embarks in a ven- ns ou Of Lumocemrn are almost unani- ture of one kind or nnotber with whothe ".bather the the House." ilnunv nf tlilnira in thn Smith lii aoj hWj o'er lbs dark waters of death, tuto the beaulirul ell or love. was onaof mous iu their belief that next year more or less capital. He Is san- - State constitution, framersof the dlcates a race war as one of the J f. l'E.itL.-roand has matlV nrliintipa nf thn fntnrn will show an enormous business, gulne of success or he certainly; times been elected to the Legis. It is impossible to estimate the and each lumberman has his own AROItr t'RUtl' damage done by Englishmen in reasons for such a belief. When would not risk his time anUjLfJ'Vr&S"1 . '!"" 0!.!h ooumure charge of English uewapapers aud Criiip Is a terror loouos mothers. To l, it Lj taken into consideration bow .mnner. lint III. ,..l. "."" '" concerning tbe first, sniplnms, tho furniture factories, farm im- izes the leugth of tho journey """itliat he claims will keep down other Englishmen who pose as auJ be ruinous party disseutiou and nt philanthropists in taking tip tits ia Ihe object of Ibis item. treatment plement aud machinery factories fore be can feel certain that be the same time give the people a fad of Ida. it. Wells. The only Thea Ant Indication nf croup is hoar.eness. and other lumber foiisuniliig es- has Is child who ta subject to croup It may nn established connection. vnlce In the election. He possible justification of the mob betikru approach of euro aignof tablishments have been running that when the nomination is that it deters from crime. Men an attack. as nFollowing Ibistbe hortenra U a on short time tor over IS months, Some men acknowledge to thempeculiar rough and how they have run their lum- selves that there are such things for representative is to be made of human iusliucts iu the South Coiiiih Itetnedv eousli. Ifas Chamberlain's soon at Ihe either it given ber stocks down to low ebb, it is as bad debts, dull seasons and meetings by primary or precinct aro 011 record as defeuding the hoarse or even after Ihe ruilgb and subsequently coundilucult to conceive how it could losses of all sorts to be faced, ty conventions have a separate burning of lecherous negroes nt (,'IIIU baa appeared H will prevent ilie . I. lite bihku nut. uecHune uib". lorinro aU.ek. be otherwise. Another point to but even these men do not realize poll opened, b, bctllss for sale by T. T. where the voter's Of tlie criminal atlonlS litem pleas- (25 and 60Iteant never been known lo fail be considered is tbe fact mat. tho time that iiiubv elapse bolore choice for United , States sotiator uro, but because'they believe tbat Dsic.oi.t. railroad construction and renalr-'business ndvurtlrmn ltair a. may he recorded. The gentleman the terror of such a death will act ing will necossarily go on more 'one may say. or brines In moiiev' receiving the largest mumber nf as a preventative of such crimes. sayaevaaJaaayaayaaAvvvvvv'e freely next year than during the solely by reason of it being well such votes will then be WEBSTER'S voted for If English intermeddling could past two years, repairingespecinl-- conducted. in the general assembly by the offer a solutiou of the problem INTERNATIONAL ly, for the roads have not been) Through not considering how who kept uf as they should bavo been, long it takes to make a business, elected legislator,matter.willIf buye which would avoid lawlessness as, JtrtMt tmUnbrfrw. no choice in the flh4 rtmtt DICTIONARY j this tho only possible remedy and few Of them Hre In COOdtmaiiV cnt iliannnriia-uianil anil candidate be dropped the one South would gladly accept the it. shape. St. Louis oat nt n loss, or fall wholly, which having got the next largest vote Of this The Itepublio " Latbrlilgvil." entertains, , If they had been satisfied with the in the county primary or convenaKafH ffaTarATgWapayaw nn doubt. The Interference of Standard nf tbe I itSawarJI j TnE Toledo Blade onnrageous-l- day of small things they might tion will then bo voted for by the Pharisees in old and Mew England U. H. tlnv'l aaiHl Office. tbeUB. have lived to see them grow larg- representative. advocates the addition of the Hu jiiriDf lourt anil bus had no other effect than to ' rf i.early all the newspaper to the curriculum of er. Tbo haro and tortoise of embolden the blacks and postecho, l books. MVHOKllnVH ATTAIN. exists iu the American schools, iu order Aesop's fable Warmly pone the belter day toward which by ecry be put in trade, and the buslnes bare is iust that the pupils may BBBBBBBBJ Rii hulo or Schools, Some unknown person attempt- the white people of the South as coulldeut of his nbility to niuke touch with current hlatnrv tlm were looking. A race war can and other Educatrade in a day an his congenor ed the assassination of Alfred only be made Inevitable by tbe events of "Many a pupil," SISbI tor aluuxt withHeiidrick, eldost son of Congressout numUr. declares the niade, "can toll you wns of outstripping the continued pernicious activity of e'1 conservative who went slower, man elect John K. Hendriok, nt more about tbe Pilgrims land- A Collear President vrrltesi Tor the Pharisees. Ing at Plymouth, or the battle of hut got there- first in the sequel; Smlthland on Christinas. Alfred sait) with which the ryo fnil. tho ,s "ot so much brilliancy was returning home about 8 oreurary of word sought, for Yorktown, than he can of the ror " The Discovery Saved His Life. n'clook tbat evening from attendfor effective methods tu Indl- Korean war, or the Wilson tariff ,,mt ,8 wanted as sturdy sticking ing Meatlnsr pronunciation, for trr.o yet a Christmas tree entertainto tra(le through thick nhd thin. bill, or tbe Turkish butcheries In Mr. O. Galllouette, Druggist, " eompreilMntlve ataiementa or raeta. Armenia." This loads to the ques- - " "atters not what calling, or ment, when a shot was fired at Heavers ville, 111., says: "To Dr. "and for practical u na m working him from the darkness. There is s "dictionary, 'VtVUtrr'a International' tlon, "Why are not the great wuut "ne qualities must be King's New Discovery I owe my "ezceU may other slnnln rolunic," and ordinary men take up 110 known cause for the dastard- life. Was taken with La Grippe of worthy of ly act, but the assailant is suptlon as events occurring a century mnuy of them, certain business and tried all tbe physicians for Tne fftn Great Stnndnrit Authority. ago!" In times pnst, when months f"ulty will succeed with perse-wer- posed to have been a negro. The miles about, but of 110 avail ami R .Tiittlm nt the B... n. 1. ; required to uomnile a true verenoe, where the erratic, can't- - authorities have boon unable to was given up and told I could not Bitremeriiiri.wrltMt " Tlio International Dictionary the prthctlon of dictionaries. any event, the book and.1"0" ma" "iissos every time. Ex. apprehend liltu. Paduoah Stand- live. Having Dr. King's Nhw report of ard. livimninnii 11111 ana. inoono Krca --- - magazine were good enough; but authority." Discovery iu my store 1 sent lor when, as now, everv particular,' LAST week's blizzard extended The Charleston, Mo., eleotrio a bottle and began its use mnl Mlngnt thrrrrritorr'yt'iT a fsy--A from tbe minutest to the greatest, far Into tho South, nud Florida light plant was sold nt auction from the first doso began to i year will protlilo uiorii tli.m rnoiiKh mnnrv un event, Is spread got tho coldest wave on record, last week for $2,500. to piirclu." a rnry of th International. pertaining to It was val- better, and after using three botbroadcast iu a single night, the or- - Tbe mercury stood at It at Jnck- - ued at 810.000. L. W. Danfortb tles was up nud ubout again. It Can jou unurd lu li wllkuut 117 dtnaryscnooi History is unsullalilo. sonvillo and 18 uh low as Tampa. bought it and will put in new ma- Is worth its weight iu gold. Wo O. AC. MKKRIAH CO., ruMlnhtr, SprlagOelil, 3Iui., V.H.A. OUiuciiiiiiK iiiuic "luiiui mm pro ureal ttamage to tlie orme crop, chinery, Increase the lightning won't keep store or house without greislve Is required. And that now nuout uair gaifiorotl, is re capacity and endeavor to make it." Get a free trial at 0. A. awKn t the puMuhtr. for f iro rcirnprilt 11.1 HittltltiM. i.hrinlj f.f .. .in. .... ..". wi ft,.n ..,ometblng Is n ueTvspnper. ported. It pay. HoLCOMMJ'd, Drug Store. ofll-ci1 F. W. Dauby, one of the loading lawyers of Western Kentucky, died at Princeton Tuesday, after au Illness of four mouths or tjrphold fever. He served In the Kentucky State Senate, and held many other posltious in his life. Thkrk Is great destitution am. ona the farmers of Nebraska. In many counties there are whole families on the verge of starvation. A almiliar condition of affairs oxists iu parts of South Dakota, Kimsas, Colorado, OkUhoina and Texas. Appealu for aid have heeu sent ont. The crops iu the afflicted sections have been a complete failure for the past two jears. Unless substantial aid is forthcoming there will bo much suffering this winter. SrRCiAL reports to the Manufacturers' Itecord show for the dosing week of the year a fair degree of activity In tlie general industrial of the South. Cotton mill are reported as very busy, with a good many of them running nigbt and day. A number of now nulls are being projected, and several New England people are in tbo South looking for good locations for mills. There is considerable activity in coal mining operations, nud especially In West Virginia; the output in coal in Alabama is also reported as very large. Thk effort made by some of the politicians of the state to induce Gen. Hardin and Col. Clay, candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor, to get off nf the tmck will no doubt prove futile. There is un doubt that the race is already made up. The nomination will go to one or the other of the gentlemen and who ever getB (t will next November be elected. We see no good reason why those men should be asked to stepnsldo for any other or others. Either one' would make a good nud eafa Chief Executive for the State. Madison-IUe chinery of government than any other state in the union. The slate may need money occasionally, hut tbe people have not been lax ridden. The report of Warden George shows that tbe state is making even on her convict system, as applies to the Frankfort pen. Warden George is an excellent oflicial, nud attends strictly to business, and his management proves conclusively that if a lessee can make money the stato can do Kentucky's loss In prislikewise. on management has been caused by dissensions iu prison management and opposition to lessees. It would bavo been worth a great deal to Kentucky to Imvo been rid of the lessee system long ago, as the law Intended. The new system was similar to tbe old, and when it disappears entirely the state can carry on her institutions, like individuals, for profit. More than eighty sheriffs have already settled iu full with the state, nud fully twenty others have snlistuiitlally settled, leaving only odds nud ends to close up. This is poor prospects for the state continuing payments from the treasury much longer, because tho largest receipts into the treasury come through the sheriffs. A set tlement with the remaining twenty sheriffs cuunot produce much par-pose- s in Kentucky for operating the ma There is less money expended The eyes of mnny prominent republicans at tbo capital are turned toward old Kentucky. Somehow they bavo got tbe idea Into their heads that they can carry the state In 1895. Cbnirman has been mado to believo so from tho letters received from this slate. The plans are for the republicans of the stato to put tbelr strongest man up for governor iu 1895 and if he is elected he is to be nominated for vico president the year following. Tho candidacy or Ool. W. O. Hradley Tor vice president in 1880 was regard ed by the delegates as something of a Joke, and the vote he received showed that his claims were not seriously thought of by the convention, Dab-coo- k Bed Room Sets, Antique Oak, 24x30 Bev. Glass 817.00. Parlor Suits, Oak or Walnut $27.50 ir Highest Murkot Price will bo Paid for Itcof Cuttle. HICKMAN WAGON CO., taTIIK MaSUrAtTUMKIlN lKa.tMTKl Oak Sideboards, 14x30 French Bev. Plate Glass, $15.00. STEPHENS A MEW YEAR'S WISH. A hsppv New Year, on and all I rosea strew jour way, Uil nj beaut Ifnl on Ad J pstbrt ur & TYLER. Curo for Hojdacho, EKSm loimjk tirricritK, Ma A. V. A A. M. THE BANMKrfrCT HIM.. following are the newly' elected of ibe Manoole lodge of Ibis oil hlcb pr the present terra: jott start W. Cowglll, W. M. J. May of joliUn sunlight bring but W A. Larson, 8. W. J ml a dash or rata, A U. Ro.edele. J. V. And greatest gifts of pleasure boM the 11. T. Darls, Seorelar. felntesl touch of pain! btnitr Roberta, Treaturcr. Fur skies are clearer which delimit lb' Wnt Stoker, Tler etotide have overcast, 8 K Davidson, St. D. Ami pleasure It tbe sweeter when the grfcf A. K. Oliver. Jr I). ami pain are past. D. D. Sanders and W II. Wtcker.StewM. And If Killing ibe roses re J the Ivy Ii en- twined. K OK P. Your heart will heal tht nearer toil heart of all minkind. Tbe following are tli officers sleel of Ijs Knights of rthiat lodge of tblsclt A bappr Nw Year In one and attt Ah, for the present term: n n. Senders, U C. wliu coul J wish you teas W H. Battier, V. C. May all lli e gracious eharliiei that beat Kl Meyer, I and eooihn and b!e. J II Millet. M. of W . Drop down into your waiting baud, and T A. Ledford, M.of E. may 7011 e'er impart II. N. t'owgill, M. of P. To all the weary souls of men lb joy R M It'er, K. of It- - and S. wlihln jour heart. J C. lUgan, M. of A. For btarla tbat hold no warmth ne'er Hi oflrere As a remedy for all forms of licadnoho l.lcctrio Hitters hns proven to bo the very best. It effects a permanent euro and tho moat dreaded habitual sick bead aches yield to its Intlueiice. We urge all who arc aftliotoii to a bottlo and give tills remedy a fair trial. In rases of constipation Klectric Hit. tors cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist tlio use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents nt 0. A. Drug 8tore. pro-euro IIol-roMHR's HICKMAN WAGON; HICKMAN. TCTDISTTTJOTCY. IU. SI. BsRvaVJ&.O p "OLD RTTsTABIsXr' Keeps a MplsuJId Mock ef the very test ef all kinds el HARDWARE, which it'atei Paducah Weekly TINWARE, STOVES, III. ars!!rsJal UI'K t'UlCE, aid that Ike very lowest lbs sasrksl All (sods Jnillles. Standard, A REDUCTION IN PRICE I H.oofLi3Ls: cl CMAH. Specialty ! T. Is be as rerrtal4 I I ruf-6c- wm cum enl one year for a mu. I drought-etricke- j, The Padncah Weekly Standard will bs 50 ernta. Pull reports of Toh.cvo and Produce Markets fublnlir-- l each les'ie. It contains Ihe lucal, Slate anil National news, all for M cents a year. Send for aaoinle copy. AildrrM, SrNlUllt. 113 N, Fourth rJt., I'adueah, Ky. HICKMAIT EICHMAN, Solicits your himinra. Htl.tZrB, lr.'t. JOMS W. lOTfUILI, rre.'l. ... - uitaMJI, ta..w.. Le ANE, Mmwl Tj-d- THE ST, L0isREPUBLIC So FREE. 3SHnSBlll.et laav. Paul Up Capital $40,000.00. tojur Customers Conaidtpnt with KslablUhcu Uankiug Principles. We offer the most Llheml KENTTJOKT. I life-bo- Nelae)Oirrr R.Htn nf mis taper. Arcotnmotlntlobt 0 A Great Metropolitan Paper is ixninrH.Mtiii.R now. FltKK tor one year lo any person rending;, before January 3lat, lfM, a club nf three NKW yearly subscribers, with .l 10 pay for lbs irnnr, Already the claim, ars (Catherine for the fray In and lh"Ji will bo full of interesting events The eklrml.h tines will be thrown out, the m.nnierlnft dons end Ibe plans of campaign arranged for the great eouie.l In 't)(j. The remaining short eeetlon of Ihe Itamocratlc Congress, o be followed shortly by a Hepuhllean Coagreta with a Democrat rh the l're.ldentlal chair will be productive of events of incalculable inwill be The "TWICK-A.WKK- seut 8t. Loots 0. nALTZr.lt. R.T.TVLEK, W. A M. II. SHAW, It.n. IlKKrAR conyr-iiulalin- g A. A. PAUIS. SHUCK, J. W. COWGILL. nur-itio- l)0, nuww m mmwm nationalbank, B-- m MML 1. c aasa. as Jtv, y- - . .,.. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. - - I Fran-clsic- o allllc-Hob- s. 11,-00- 5 1 Uod."--Ile- n I e publio oplulon, II. IIUCIIANAN. Yuu can gel Ihree new be r The itepublio by a few minute.' etfurt, Keicemberln the Tbe ft.public .ubseriber gel a paper twce-- a week for the price nl a weekly only $1 0) a year. Try il, AT DNCK, and .re how emlly II can be donr. If you a package of sample oopirA write fur there. Cutout this ad vertisement add send with your order, t Address TIIE3T LOUIS RKI'UUMO, St I.)ul, Mo. euh-crl- H.RUOII.fAN, J. J C HONDUR ANT, It I.. AI.KXA.M'K!!, J. A THOMOW, constructed during than In any year J. W AI.K.WNOBlt, Judge C. L HANOI. K, J N. UBAULM, Jr. since ths foundation of Ihe Uover'nmenl, and a man without a nrw.paprr will lw tike a useless lump in the movements of 5 terest. In fad, more political hlslorr will be DIHiBOTOHS. fr Pre.lJenl- Oa.hl.r. J OFFICE J. J. ILS C tlONUUU.NT, Vire-Pr- e. .N. ItCAtJl.RM, Jr Aeslslanl-- Ideal ; R. shier I. Al.KX-ANDK- wh THE OLD RELIABLE. e CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, ncnlcr tg DTE-STUFF- ILLINOIS CENTRA Psclle 7-- RALROAD, In conns. ttnn with tbe Boitthero Co., Is now running a WEKKLV DBDGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND 4 PL'LHIA .BU i. ,........ lm .. "''"" ?i -- To connect dlrerl at Avoh.lale (suburhof, New Orleans) with the Southern I'aoilirs new, fa. I, .oil. I ve.tibule train, Ihe 'Sun. set Limited " for llou.ton, Man AnluolnJ Kl I'sno, Iis Angslea sud tjan Franciioo, . This csr for m sun A HICKMAN, KY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. HA LI F OR N 14 U XF.W Oltl.KAMH I for 50 $5,000 YOU WANT Cents! DO IT P. YOU BTAft'D AN EQUAL CHASCF. pro-poie- s .. ( - -- t - !. a I Swa-n- Is run on Illinois Central Train Nn. 1, and leaves stations. Cairo 10 Durnnl, KVKIIY WKDNCdDAY. and stallmis from Qood. man south KVKRYTIIUH8IJAY, through Ileservallous lo the t'acllio coast, la addition there ia run a Weekly Pullman - frn)tM lUUltlOl LJ 1 I TIIROUUII WITHOUT CHANOK, lo Los Angeles, via Avomlale, by thn same route and train, leaving stations, Cairo to Uu- rani, KVKRY THURSDAY, and .1.1 Uo., from Ooodman south EVERY FRIDAY. THE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPKAL, In order to secure tht Urgwwt circulation of any weekly In tbe Month, offen a priM ot the raaTlflcet mm ot aSO . to the (ubacrtber inesstnf Dearest Om number of bales) of cotton rscetveJln Memphis from September 1, 1W4, to May 13, 1S95, as follows! If the oorrsot or nearest to the correct gnM U tw cetved la the mosth of October, , . It cats in cash 19,009. If In November, . It iceU In oaik 4,00). it in uoceruuer, . it (tots in oaan a. 000. If In January. IK'S, It get In cash 3,000. If In February, ISM, It gets In cash 1,000. If In March, 1831, It gets In caah 1,000. If In April, . 169), It gets In caah 900, The rontaet closes la April, but th. twamt na. flrM rolvM will be w.r41 the wis. Asagukls for m. tin nuiii, lbs rectlfl. la Memphis In fora.r yMrswereaefeUveP Untoth. lSthotM.y, lml :m,lSU beJM. in, tea 1SV3 nmt: is now w ma y be donei WITH ANY ONE TO GET IT, AND OOO In Oa1i vs. In orlyr to est a s will l Ticket Globe-Democra- t. EiliniLof u bjt.Tot.fi; Rsitis Tickets and full Informalloo as lo rales and train lime can he had of agents of tlie Central Route and connecting lines, or by addressing f n. ninvLs, Aei'tOen. Pass Acnt New Orleans, y ltlnt-ln- tn-dn- y mm-mend-ed ertnteit-de- nt to-da- S hard-shell-f- Whnt Nerve Berries have done for others 1IM. How nunyf for th e Ca.h Prlso. bavs oolr o eai rsats year-t selnerlptlon fa... WKEKI.Y COMMKHCIaL APl'r JIL "r wnliretfor 5 ly aud lb. pr fur two years, and f .r U llw to five .ul.scr1b.r wTlh five u..- -., OU o'j.crll.rs can taka advautafa of tbla f ml i ff.r ami bavs a eo.ss and their I t.eit.nile.l o.j ys.r Tbj.s wUjIng lo vs lh pop.r ..at lo a frlo.l can do so aod Uva . . M., .. -- - -.- ..U wo correct an rMelvwi. pr If two suberlberi wbo an oaare.t bars tbe asm Botes, tLnr.tou.rc.lr4f.t. tli. prla. Itont d.l.y It .obairlblof lo tbo flr.lpUov joa used the W.skly C. mmerrlal Apt-- .lt . yonr wife nee-l- It, your osed III rcM fan2. ri' 'K j;1 our tJ1n'',t ', roa m.y .t th. U.irt), ,od yon aesKf that, Apuul Is a pjp.r fh. W..kly of ibe news fniro all parts of Plates and everv portlt a of wltu aFariu Impart mnt. a It'inMooTd Cblldr.o'? -.- T.-Tv Decartm.iit. a V.tsrlnarv I olnmn. ta all or r..,i..'i. L.i.. ii niu uu... ur au C as aav a ia atipfltioasrur rnoniMirti avisoat t atnak. Ult.. 1. 1 "" Ori pjr One'l n..i lh.lol. u,li tDir they will do obU . t thl for you. dcflnl-"Ho- n. Liberal tsruu'? aeDU. to 1 "d "Trrrr ". ,Vk. p Vo ??? "'" U WIN THE $5,000 PRIZE nn'sse aoeompal.d by cent, AddrtM Ofat family Wklf ihirtrmei ui.ti..r...t o&a ytar anl hara a eJunca to .n al :n. -- for the psper. and both ibe vPr aeoionappiiratloD. An oni.r for .as than St.aj ooata oalr 1leenta. J.M"J1,T Write tor partloulare and frM samples. ..'. Di,e M . AT DAY. 10TU UAV, COMMERCIAL AFPEAU MemfhU, Ttnn. uiaui-event- VIGOR OF W KU MM to-da- atten-'feste- d e I nr. w'Jt vuibnty and Permanently Roitorod. lifbllltr . fwnlUv mm! otrly i rrorn f$ bv. nssBwlBW y IT. - I .u,uu-ar- Wtaknttit NrrountMa train of evils rnulitnc fmin and Utrr firnsfit tho rrmlt uf mrrttorb, blrhnrst. Mti kIvi tnnnnuU trenqth tu apxual or curt for All llH-l- oth uay lJi-.ntJs- rvti Hickman j Marble Works, A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. lllcmiAiV, KY. gt-- iriiii. Xtupt iiiinaturul luMrt r tilnlitlr nulolunat Ca'iaif.t by nnHUfut rrrura ur es tl'AHh Ul of fubJtflfl, (Ml Iu in uul llHur, wMrh Uid t'i runifiiIIfiii nd lnaMli;v. 1'titir utf 1m).Vw irunirtltntHlniprtivrniftnt. Atcrpt nn ImlttUloi lnlkt upon htvlnr tho Kfnulne nackiil, t'rl.", turn tier rtv tioim. on lull rritimeni.vkiu. unuranif ruifiriirennrriuir. It nuik.pl to yiiri!r'i.rj.i lll """A ili.m by limit, uimiii w'. pi bi prirn. in .imn I'aiii unlet (ri .U.ltHM. fill mall order to nrrjic the B. C. ITALIAN RAMAGB, n G1VK JMcrve Berries, 11 4y:nic.i.v netiii'AL .'u ,r '. Js,,,rr5r,,1K,.e.t .ri ciaclni.ati.u. w ua Vvwvvvvi'wa I.11U - UJK - - For ule t.y COW0ILL& COWOILL. & AMERICAN MARBLE, Wnttna, da. Horseshoeing a specialty, 1 nlxo keep a full n( 0f Monumonto, Tomb and Qravo Goods, Stones. Conuntin, Uosewoml, and Hoi Id Black WalVINCI in stock aUlne lot of Ameri-caCases, and Italian Msrlile, I ni pre. nut t'dllios anil notice, which can Us fllteil on short an J at reasonable piiieil lo fill ull orilers Call ami examine fllve tun a rail. my work. (rlprs from ihe country will irlea XoY rthnp near tbe Ja.il. be promptly ailed. may'J&-8- MK A TRIAL when you wt- -t wiiil lb I mk done, or repairs o Undertaker's HA 11 rPKft t& MMUkf. - .U'Va. ... - .. . SiWiS.-tiliAtui- . . .'-T v.. , . , .t... ...,.' ni'TPiM.'wtT' . , -- Vr- "ajfia .. -- yr-', .''- - ' ' I ." . i- - '? ' .2 ?ES .iirift - z.u? .. in' k . -- i .i-..- - .j. ,, - 5Ll-.jiLI- ,.. ..... -i .... 3 ' yil-- 1 j, jf i jr:U"M " -- . '" : 'lEMiIj i i . , , , , wmtpwi iwir. t ' juxfFffiw4i iub' rif wwmpjvw wiwi' V Stovag I iii j ntwrw'incgifcifcrT-ffcgwiiyi.- nta" "' l 'srrvrtrrrjrfwmf: ""M-'-!!MrixT?Z- T gj ysrtaKftctrtwmtsatxnvoav TJ!1 W4lTWJTi'PHf UH A. Witt-l- AiTulr. S2LSi52SSSi&.daKaK2 pEjgafediffiie&tapeg ( The tlnnoo at (Jlly Hull on Monday nlnht in pronotmocd by nil to liuvo bi'Lii tliu moflt tulllliiiit Hoelnl r vps tatsi ei ta; 51 r Qiyf jtj HWW? 4 Tlio most complete Stock of Heating and Cooking Stoves over brought to Hickman, at Tlio Casli Dealer. -- W. S. ELLISON'S, Seasonable ovenl of tlm sunHiiu. Tlio hull hull been liiHtefiilly douoruted, Mini tlio lloor In flue flliupo. There wiib u largo utteiiduiico, tuoro vIhUoth, untl morn fun tliun litul ulinmuter-Izeuuy of tlio provions dunces for Rcvorul yonrfl. A luncb, of coffoo, HiiudwIchcB, pink-Icetc., wiib served durins tlio overling. In overy respect tlio nf fair whs the iiiohI ntiucoBafull and enjojuMo evcrKivou by the young con-alatlii- ITOW. We are Taking Stock, TIIE RELIABLE JEWELER.:- Oiii'flfH it Ooiiitt Xlm 1" tf d Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles. Special attention given to COMLMjIOATBD WATOII jewelers charge, nt half tho price other d ItEL'AlH-ING- , t" Geedsfr $1.00 iiiun oflliokinun. Tlio iiiiihIo whb furiiiBhod by Snluiou'a orchestra. oiio of the beat In the State. Among tho rfulliirn prcHOUt our re poKout For Some Clearing Bargains When We are Through ! ' Don't Fail to Sco My Line Before Buying Your HOLIDAY PRESENTS! Wnntr 1 To M.oitn Sums of $1000.00, or more, on first mortgages on good real estate in Fulton county, Ky., on long time, at reasonable lutes of Interest. JJ.T. Davis, Hickman, Ky. porter noted: Mr. IllllUtJ Mr Most Mr Noons Mr. (Irrtn $k riN Very Low Prices I 0 lbs. Oinnulntrtl Bugnr 3" Itcsl Stick Cniuly 12 , Fnticy Mlxel ' ci larott. and Mlu Mo, " MIm Butile.tf, " Mil Drown, 1. E. Ellison Ikprrienli Ilia followli 1 J" 1 Fancy Cream" , Cnndles "Dent 1 dor.. Fancy Florliln Orsngos Gooonnuts. Annies, Nuts, &n. Fanov niuka mid Quecnswaro. nt reduced prices. 'AlttWKAfOtf-- m beat FLOUK In lilukmnn Hanil-Mado rmiM Mr I, rlmtrtoa 2o Mr llfiiprc Mr. J. Koicriiou -'.r 2.1 riOM fULTo!. '25 Ml " AUty, coLuxitu. MUWrlphl, " Mlit Cnwlr, " MUi Euienoo, Fire Insurance Companies M Mr. Mas Mr. llrlitfi EROM " " Mifi Cohn, Ml" Murj.l.y, Mi- UNION CITY. HrniorJ 93,50 Jli.Jolutr Mr. riMM " - MImSIuxm, Iterrlir, cium.tT0. MAHTIK. Alfred SoSaxxioX. D. 11 10-f- k Dr. Hurt Mr, )ti(orih. I RUM Mr. OsrOnir. JOHNSON. for t will pay tht liljbeM cash price 1.1ft J'olKlct. Adlrets. lua I. ti JOHNSON. I'litton, Ky ItiUlrend Time Tublc. Trl Tt.li. v.. .I, (Mr T..U N. II. .."! i i Train . - elo canueilion nl Tbt" roti in. V Li:V: t. N, 0. &sITli. If vie l m It. R. AM1IIVKM, I 4Lit a. McKexsle taint nurdi, uj llir LAN lib lie N. N h M V l t'd.ie.h June-ile- a i rli. f mo endh ll.i. Nswlvrn " acraiu-BiolmWi- c'nI LOCAL NEWS. !W. Take your home paper. Scliool opened ngnln Monday. Fine weather for banting rb-lute- . I The man who fails to take his county paper may not be consciHave you limed over tlmt ous of tho fact, but nevertheless new loir leaf yet I it is true, lie is manifesting a disposition to igunro his home peoA new jenr with all of ita ple. Ho says by his actions that possibilities Ims Just begun. IiIh neighbors, and those who The river has been full of !'fitttr.lt flnrr..minliilAnt nt tliA should bo his best friends, may lloMlug Ico for aevcrat days. Iwo weeks one hundred We arc Indebted to ourynnj;' Kansas City Sunday Sun wna shot llljlvo or starve, they may get Mo, nd d led lo tbe friend Kd. ilert week, formerly of nnd killed in that city last week married, die, have their arms or nd fourteen reront Tlic young folks linvo had n CniiP-lhl p're,ti nd It,", cl'3' "nl M0W or itobiio, l.ai., by a younp mini uniucd Monro legn broken, sell their farms, leave Melhollft fine lime coasting elnce tho snow. epoken joined oter ehurehe.. It 'for a copy of tlm Cristmas eilition Itouxnson. u iiiuchaulc. whom the tho country or do anything else of si the most wonderful r?ial errr ' Christmas Goods nt A uctiun of the San Francisco Kxamlner, correspondent acensad of driving they pleaso, nothing they do will held In'thst lection. Ul'Crr IlltOH. prices, nt edited by tho ladles of that city, his mother from home. interest him. These little transCarney Bros.' Homing mill nt Wo nro having n bountiful tho proceeds to bo donated to nil exposed in the col- MayfislrT was totally destroyed by fire What would be a more appro. actions atecounty enpply of tho Mlcautlful" Just building n hospital for tho in umns of o paper, yet thero last week. The warehouse. In which was week. ctintlili children of that city. i, iinator or iiiiiirociuicu gut .to an i now. . . . .. : . of we sate I. r reiauvo man ue; nro those In every county who fail Itlore Ijt lsrj5 iiuamlty the flour, originated. Is ii inamiootb fllln.l full nf "" tire Is r,t known lion Mr. Sylvester ITnjrnn wlio has to take Ilia county paper, thereby Tho City Conucll will meet in good matter. sl.nt. Courier .mm now until uoxtChrist. manifesting when total indlfTerenco re- The whole building nil ablais cooiptra-ll- been employed in Paducnh for regular session Monday niht man. unlike ant other present, was The mill w several mouths, hits returned An rxchungo undertakes to ft would from week to week bo it garding tho things which nre of I.WI next. wvvi. ,. .,c,n- wilt, iin. Importance to thoso who lion onlylit"tew years. Ii was innred ' "nine. a tell how far bells may bo hoard, constant and pleasant reminder of vital Hifktnnn enmity fanners f.....C. . . . . ..... .... .1 1. ....... for $7,600, bm the losses ars not known suiioiiiid'thoui. Mr. Alex. N. Taylor, a former no " linvn rnminriirril tliclr ,Ullt u f,cillll, ,llKOl,ieriiiuco dr. lunugillllll Klllilliess, null nneo-.on editor of the Pultoulmi, married nt Uo.mto remembrance. Henderson, on Christmas d.iy, to icuiustunros. A school bell mav1 A number of joung people not be heard by a boy in lhe4iexl iiuhikb:i:n! N. Seibort. Miss from thin city attended a dance nt lot, whllo the fiiiutest sound of n Ladies 'ITi tn 50c. Mens strap r O. A. Ilolcombo and son, Mr. IZSBCEXXZSZ. Fulton Inst week. dinner bell will ho readily caught KB Willie, have returned from n 60 to 7uc. Mens Arctics UK) fSib a mini who Is digging potatoes to i- - 00. LadleA 8.1o mid 10(). Oloser's Hhoe Shop after thin month's sojourn ut Hot Springs, Sa.nukks & Kick. week will be found upstairs over on an adjoining faun. Ark., much improved in health. the Cash Shoo Store. Mr. and Mrs. II. Buchanan Coasting ptrtics nro nil the go Mrs. T. A. Ledford and sister. The thus will soon begin to eutertalii'Ml n utimbor of their nnw, and Ihe hill, about town are alive ; Miss Ivy Bryant, spent last week To-DiS crowd of liny an I eirls evrrv night ay get longer while tho nights will young friends on Wednesday iiidi!einj( In lhl nhprroinr in Union (Jity, visiting their parpt.tiui night of last week, In their usual llubbstd' hill peemt lo be tho farorl'e become comparatively shorter. ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. I). Bryant. i,.....i,..i.i i a wi.lr the time in hihiiiii'i. oiiiuu iiinncil rsiort ir mob f pod, ando the merry eotit Misses Trene Paris, Dora Rail-ze- r ..""-?.dancing, others iu an em urui lo lx never harpy as when on all tho ponds in eial Las Lt'iMi .' anil Mabel French relumed eniiMTsation, but nil nero III In down me iltelmly at lightning (litUlniiy of Hlcktnan. home for tho holidays from Howl-inAnd, by the wy. ime of the old We threw oiien tho doors of. the CASH RIIOK n lift oil In Minim, tlmt tlm ftcimiiiir M'M'il Green whero they have been "" ,rrt Tlmt this venture met with STORI3 for busina-iThe next term of tho Pulton was spent pleasantly and in attending school. Circuit court wilt convene on tho manner that rotlectetl credit upon most ilnttering success from tho .'tart, is plain to third Monday In this mouth. Mr. Alvin Young entertained I.y the host nnd hostess. or Sunday an everybody. a number nf his friends on Monother storm wave Is due and That wo npptcciato the kindness and liberality Now la tho time to pUco .our A rommnnlcntinii from day night at his home on Troy avof the trading public eiuco our beginning, goes iu the CouuiKK. county states that Altred much rain nnd snow in down on enue. The young folks hail a roy tho bill for thin period, followed They will bring ou good results. Campbell and Mrs. Carrie Oliver, without trying. nl good time, and everything passWo shall try to merit the continuance of their nf the Cayco vicinity, wero to be by n very oold wave, lasting sov. All the county oMcera elected married on tho ed off pleasantly. IStli. The new oral days. There will bo much favors by dividing tho advantage in prices to lie. in this mouth and n nt the recent election will cuter II rm start Into business vrlili the snowof stormy weather, with great gained over tlio general merchandise dealers by upon (heir duties next Monday following named assets. Pour deal Snag Proof Rubber Boots ruin buying in larger lots as tee do. for tho ti'rni of three years. only $1.50. Cundees 4.00 aud In- boys nnd a girl furnished by tho ami sleet may be expected to After Monday u Repair Slipp will be located up I dins & Eagle brands 3.50. Those Tho tow boat W. W. O'Noll, bride, and ono boy and u girl far sandwich nloug. We will trir all of our stairs over our Store. prices are very low. with a tow of bargea Is tied to tho nlshed by the groom. liurdwelll Tho first snow storm of tho Wo Shorn, henceforth, thai rip, free of charge. Sandkrs & Rice. Missouri shore opposito town Star. senson, in this section, fell on hnvo confidenco in our goods, and arc not atraid awaiting a Hie iu the river. of -- No matter how mnoh yonrlo-- ' Ol'"""" lo, Ifl" IIOI.ni.Y f'OK ikkf.thadi:. to guarantee them. on Rev. N. P. Rninaey, pastor iu cnl paper may talk up tho mlviiii- "overallnol.es, '" u wo w,ro vlri,0,, Tho Mlunesotn Democratic Ascharge of the Methodlut church nt tages of tho town if the people do J,n $n Clinton, lias resigned on accouu not see the merchants doing some HB miotlicr storm equally ns largo sociation lias issued an address tho ,lr8t 1"e;. 1 '" or the talking In its ndvcrtislng of the bad statu of his health. ? J,roUr,ll1 or to the partv which declares for eolumns they go somewhere else "jw covered ,,,au wo l,Bve freo trade. It snys: Rev. .1. P. Pendleton, who hits to trade. Tlio people of this ilny'? ,noro,8,,ow ror years. Tiers Is but one thing lo do We must been pastor of the Christian nnd tlmo read all of the advertise-declare orenly and boldly for free trade, church of this Hty for sovoml montn beroro they buy, becausol be- On hist a tinder whioh no Imiwrt will bo taxed ex mouths, preached his farowell they hnvo learned tlmt it Is to longing toTuesday John and team Ford, Mesnr cept it is taxed for Intermit revenue. We Hm Suiidav night. seraion while coining down the Kdnger hill, lot must accept frankly the resultant of a ditliclr interest to tlo SO. 1 tbelr fooling, owing to Ibe slippery eon- rect lax levied as provided In the constiOur tnerchautM enjoyed an ImMlBS ItorthS, eldest daughter ' dltloo of the street, and the driver being tution of the United Stales as sufficient mense holiday trade, much better of Mr. nild Mrs. Jo. Steagahl, of, unable to control them, they broke Into a We mini to pay for the lax removed. than they anticipated. On Satur- Cairo, Ills., was married in that '" n,l 'h"0 the mreei they started st tsko up the work of education again. We day nnd Monday before Christ- city last week to Mr. Prank Con- - '''" 'H'J-- ' ,,,r" t.'he taught tbe people that protection was ,h,e : I'arker't stable they wrong; we must tench them that free ' mas their sales wero enormous. icll, .,f .Mound OIti, Ills. Tlm 00rnr a fenre. wrecking the wsgon and ran Inlo It Mr. Sam McOonnell, ono of trade is right.appealwill be the easier tax; In well known to most ofotlf Injuring one of the horses' legs so badly On Friday evening last n ills A man should ndvertiso ns ho brldo to 4ho eonsolenfle of It wilt le an would court a mnldon boldly citizens, having formerly lived ill'thsl It Is thought by some to lx beyond putoaroso between Fritz Weiman, the .best known nnd most popular the nation la recognise a right lo Inlisrlt and nudsciously, yot judiciously nie.kmntl. Tho happy OOtlple will eierlnary nklll. The Injured horse in Ike a young whito man, nnd n negro cltuon of this county, died nt his In any conception of freedom that it Is a of Ford and l 8ImI wj marvsl that it can be doubled or denied nnd honest, without too much reside III Mound Ulty. the groom man, Dock Rowdon, over 23 cents .hoiilo in Jordan Station on Mou. therij,'ht of uiii who cares a dollar stringency In the natter of ex- being it partner with his father In win, lo tiny witii it Railroad engineer McDonald, which Weiman claimed ltowden tlnyi Dec. 21th, of heart trouble, will or of whom wnat tie without wnsre be the publication of tho Mound City pense. its being be will, - lals luilroad. was A Dally Enterprise. Wo extend ' .b owed him, and it is said that dur ncrt about forty years, Ho was n tolled by or through tbe govsrumsnt. ,n ,n HIkuian, Weduesday, making a Saturday Deo. 22nd wns the goini man upright and lionontblo i.ounnolsance, looking to the Immediate ing tho wrangle tho negro called sliortOBi day iu tho year, that is, coiifcrHiuiiuiiins. Tho man who sneers nt Iocnl ''8 dealings, and enjoyed tho The Padticah Standard anvs' eslennlon of the railroad to Iho river. the white man some pretty hurd!'" the shortest from sunrise to sun confidence and respect of all who enterprise and attempts to pour "" ins rnniti down. Prom this tlmo forward it is understood that tho ladies of ' w? .'""? !h.?1 ' rouietrom '"l!Jo Isa hi- -t names. Tlio parties separated know him. He leaves a wife nnd cold water on every tncasuro P,n,J" ,n!U , fllv iirnnnanH to comliliio to ,ory gro.ln, ""' , 0i,j n.irrus wsreUu.e without coming to blows, nnd It sK.cliildreu nnd n large circle of which advances tho publio weul is the daylight period will Increaso big hut IlllisauCO at the ,lepol In piactleal and dHiidcdly the rhesp- abate the iu length. wns supposotl that the matter relatives and friouds to mourn his an injury to any town whero he nild tlm young lllOll nnd, Is the railroad s Ilnrvey Kfliuger, who has theater, agreed to llOt go there est. Our Inforumtlon that the Iramsuse would end thero, but later in the w8 "lomher of tho may reside. Publio spirited management nre awakened lo old liaVO vl,l,,t8 of Honor, mid as such he encourage home growth and been running us express messen- with tobacco onions or whiskey ' ri"f (ral?01,,,:f1Ir i",,,,n" 'v ufk evening when tho negro, ' who ltV.lt over ready to respond to tho advancement and nro ready iu ger between Montgomery, Aln., nn tlmlr linHtli nnu In tlio r'''" (sollllles, and that In the sarly drives u dray for Louis Ounnack iieari,prln(t 0ie eilen,0 wlM be made, and er, distress call. Peaco to his ashes overy good wortl ami work to do and NnshviWc, Tciiu., enmo home flltliro Ihoro will bo it revolution nnd whoso stable lot ndjoins ths railroad will to spend tho holidays with Ids in thin respeut to such mi extent thatfor the banning ofalso erect an eleva- - that of Woimau's mother, went to Ono of tho most onjoynblo their part. Ho who undervalues tor river busluess. city parents in this put up his toam ho was pounced events of tho holidav season wns his neighbor's property has not opera iinuso will bo u mat too Our honest old friend Ru- upon by young Weiman nnd tlio Christmas entertainment, increased tho value of his own, Tlio farmers throughout the real tiloo place to go to. dolph Glasor, after next Monday, knocked down with a club. Not at the residencetree Mr. Robt Kirk, Lot ovory citizen of Hickman country nro much gratitied by tho of A iiumbor of our young so. win in Ills recent snow, n it covered their ciety people wero haiidsomol.y 'ahoi) no loeaieiiover tho now shoe satisfied with clubbing tho negro, in East Hickman on Christmas patronizo home Industries. Do Cash Shoo Weiman ran into his mother's les eve night. A largo number of not send oft' nftor your goods, or wheat well, glvos It tho needed oiitertalneti at tlm palatial Homo Store.upstairs tho Intoat protection from sovoro froees of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T. Tyler, on'reniiirincSupplied wiib bo will t. idonco nnd scoured n allot can relatives and friends with their the necessaries of life, but buy tunnliiuorv returning llrotl one and la otherwise benoilciat to it. Troy avenue, on Pilday night of prepared to do neater work ami, unit quioKiy negro, IhS load strlk - children, wero present, nnd tho them from your homo merchants. barrel at tho occasion was ono to bo The upbuilding of n town Is causGiintutit given by tlio pu- as week. Tho nflalr was given on shorter notice than over bo. ing him In tho sldo.scatterlng shot The hand- - ed from autlvity and self pride of remembered pils of tho Methodist church on olv (Inenrntnil nnil tlm nrnv. the people of their own town, and , , . Christ inns night wan n delightful who had loturnotl homo from' from his old friends nnd ,...i..n ..... ... uttiiiuui ... ii uuuso near ems r. .!. iu .. nua iM.,.u,io you can't encoitrago your merllioronii affair, and tho children perforin' solium to enjoy tlio lioiitiays. Tho 'at any tlmo. Sanders & Rico sav Kiu but his wotmils nro i.m im,.i.t ui...i .i i ... worn , sil(r..i.UN in If . 1.1". chants by trading with bv. '"" V.' "",. aro Indirectly putting n them you parts In such a manner as young rnlks began Untieing at an tliev luive suuli oonlldancnlii tlmlr tn t.o nnrmnu ed their block iu iV . to rellect much credit upon tho early hour in tho evening and en- - shoes that liter will sow nnv and tlm nimntlm vnn., wi,., .. .... i?, sv.:.:. m tho way of her progross. Llvo .itc ' .... good ladles who had tho matter In Joyed themselvefl l.n.uensoly ns nil shoes thnt rip If bought from appeared and Ims not beet. Uot.nl, olfp'Soii.0 aus" tuucl. to ho mou, llvo town, dead mou, dead iaud. them, hoo of charge. jtho hours sped hi. lilollght of all nrom-ut-. of since town. money In their Now w i,ikr food rnoliillom An lb old year lIlM upeketa rend tho lornl pnpora care coi: Aoi) weii' tuni around nd tircik 'if, fully to aee wliero they chii apend oo a iojc II k ruliliiK Juil It to tho boat HdvnntDKe. Thin la n fnot that no business niuu cati We illrent attention to tho re. nflord to iRiiore. port of tho Hlcknun Hank in this Mr. 11. Itiiclinnnn,fi baa been Issue. lil culora for jotm, irnl out Mo uml (ifl to Ike Utile firl. nd bort of Hick' Tho merry jlnjrle of the alelch mii, on Chrlttra. mornlnr, In llir ili'r lillt h?e l'n limrd on our tlrttu for of hoi ol Bur cm Jr. Tlie Hill folk" tb wffk. know Iiok (o ppfcllr iieh );lflf, "'d (ilajer'H Hhoe Shop nftor thin llir; )iiilli.b a emd In IliU liii returning Ihtnke for bit klnJiifM. Truly, It ii more week will bn found upstairs over blexrd lo (l llian to rrcrlir, the Gush Shoo Store. The family reiidenee of Mr. Tho Misses Paris entertained W. It. Dewceae, near Moscow, whh numhfrof ibilr younj frlrndi lbur wtek t tblr bopli. niRhi of deal roj ed by tiro one ilny Inat'd rr,n J.1"""'. '" ,'"""' ' h week. It is anppnaeil that the flro r...Rl.l from the ure.ce heroln7Uu:L,of0rH;:':,-0,belui: iiiiiio or (ho family at homo ,u,lir,UOu, .nPP.r rr.l, nd il.t at tlio time. Kverllilng in the em.ifnf pa.l driKbifniiy with mualo, oBjnjiaeni. oHl lioaee waa destroyed, aud no lu.'i'nelng 8Urance- We leorn that Mr. Mat Wright. Tho cmne law prohibiting the formerly an Kxtiresa moaaeuuer klllinc of quail and pheasants dur- - liotwoeu Hickman nnd Nnahvllle, nitf certain mnutliE or too year was allifhtly Injured in n railroad went Into effect TiiCHtluy, and wreck between Nashville inul hunters should be careful not to Moutcoinery. Ala. Wo are glad kill either of these birds, as there to know that his Injuries were la it Hun of from fU'o to twenty alight. flvo dollars prescribed for each Howard Perdue, an alleged offense. 1'eoplo with Smith, Ellison & Co. Tho 'l that the colored people in that week will he found upstairs over town hnvo been carrying on n tho Cash Shoe Store. protracted meetins for throe He rend yearn. The Tribuno also says It waa beadedtho story through. f,A Tragedy" nnd that it has anthorlly for the state- when he got to tho Inst line nnd ment that the colored people of tho neighboring town of Murray have been conducting a religious revival, without any cessation whatever for fourtoeu years. I'nducnh News. That's nothing to brng nbout. The colored people of Iliukninu hnvo ureti COPiuUCtiug CUC CVCT since the war. found that it was patent medicine ad he felt that there would be n tragedy if he could get hold of tho Iteiiton Tribuiio enya Glaser'a Shoe Shop after this ii "'", ; nulhor. nil Wear Good IJooln avoid coughs, colds, nnd pneumonia. Saudcn & Hiee nre t 1. 2.12.00 sr!l!i:g eitr?. "! ' t'2M. CInrk county, Mo., boasts tho She is champion 8 feet high, wclghn 7G0 pounds ond wen's n No. 19 shoe nnd So, 17 clove. And tho little darling is quite a beauty and numarried. -I- lov. W. II. (Wild Hill) Kvnns mi Wlllu Sprlns, hM mnilni "r rl I i "Oo nfore hor as a leaden' light, TfUl Insure Tour Prcpert? &t Xtowtct Bates Consistent with Sseatity. and behind her as a pertcctm an gel; rough shod her feet wid the You can also secure at Ibis Agency a Ufa prcpurarura ob dc gospel peace; Policy In the best company Id Iho world, nail her car to de gospel Mile; gib THE MUTUAL LIFE, of New York. her the eyu ob de eagle that she Hickman, Ky. spy out sin 'far oil; wax her liau E. P.. ELLISON, Ag'l, to tho gospel pole; tie her tongue SHOP. to the line ob trtif, keen her feet in the narrow way an' lier soul in the channel ob faith; bow her ITURSTCLAfcS WOBK and First Class Bpecinl attention given to head low beacnf her knect, an' her down in some lonely Lady Work. knees way Personal. WILL CKOW ELL. valley where prayer and supplica Shop In Laclede Block opposito H Buch ii At. Paris camo home from tion is wanted to be made, hedge anan . an' ditch 'bout her, good Lord an' school to spend the holidays. COAL! Miss Mabel Trubv. of Nash- - keep her in de straight an' nnrrur COAL! COAL! vlllo, Term., Is visiting in the city. way dat leads to liebben." Win chester Democrat. Mr. 0. A. Douglass, of rtrrsDunn. Ark., spend tho holidays in EUREKA. ILLINOIS LUMP. this city. A CARD OF THANS3. and ANTHRACITE Miss Stella Millard, or Union The little people deslrs to return msny In any quantities desired. City, visited friends iu the city thanks to Mr. II. Huc'ianan, who aendi this week. Ida greeting!) in them every Christina roa sslc lit Glaser's Shoe Shop after this morning whh n bot of nice candy. We PARIS & PARKER, week will he found upstairs over hope lie wilt have many returns of the happy day, snd be abundsnlly rewsrded : til vnnii DflGu utu,u. Kentucky. : t mcujiAX, for bis kindness to his Lutib Km ends. Mr. Sidney Dodds, of Holly Ilidge, Mias., came home to spend tho Christmas holidays. QUARTERLY REPORT Kenneth Anderson, who has OP TUB J. M. WITTING, becu in Louisville for several IIiCKMAN BANK. months, is at home ngaln. DEALER IN Hob Tyler nnd Miss Mnrio At i he does of business on the 31st day of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Dee. 1R14. Ilrovurd attended a dance at Clin. UKSOUfU-BSTOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. ton ono night Inst week. 87,404.04 Loans and Discounts, Miar Sadie Ambers, who is Overdrafts nnseenroj) 4.2b My Siock Is always Fresh and Complete, attending school at HowllugGreeu Hut- flora Nil'! ltanfsf J 1,083 75 nd I inrbe ths public to come Ky spent tho holidays at home. Dus limn 8mte Hanks 849.76 31,933.51 and ee me. an I Hanker., -- Mr. D. 13. Unrker, of Little Banking llouxe and Lot, Cash paid for Country Troduee. Furniture 2,000 00 nd fimires Knck, Ark., visited bin sister, Mrs. Witling's old stand, Clinton Street, 5,8i;0,00 W. T. Huckner, Of this city, last Slocks and Bonds - if Aelns, of lUnford, 1'boeulz, of Hertford, tiprlncftrilil, of Matt , The following prayer was of Klrr, of Hartford, fered by a colored preacher nt renutyiranla Itortford rhiinJeiplila, nre, nt Berry, Ky., in behalf of a sister Continental, of New York, North America, of 1'blla., in the church who was about to lcao for Georgia to make her Flrtmnn'e Fund, of Sun franciacs, Maneliraier, of England, home nnd had asked for her letter Mrrhfinlrs and Trader, or N. O. They are famous fair dealing sod and prayers for her save arrival nt prompt and liberal settlement of tosses. destination: her fr NWBAREER a-- 1 liar-fiel- T&e Cask Gcoceg - . "'" .1-- 1 specie Uuricncy, s,UiB,j ,U8.00 7,20.5 79 IIICKMAN, KY. 131,438.62 1114 I . ..... i- ... 1 LIABILITIES. Capital Slock paid in, In cssh Sin plus Fund Undivided Profits Due Depositors & DEALERS IX 40.00.1.00 10.000 00 a.547 18 81,691 44 131,438 02 iiiititi'.its! rnti-tie- i Kt 2. Months Ago . .X:.,V. ,,:. "l'"'" wH g . .,V:r::,"U Ptil-to- n nihs-riisemeu- Prescriptions Carefully Prepared. of ihe said Bank, at the elose of busines SaT on the 31st day of Dec, '91., to the best of his knowledge and belter; and furller S. my that the business of said bank bas been Iransscted at lht location named, ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, and not elsewhere; and that the ittxive re- -port is made in compliance wiib nn officii. CLARK'S OLD STAND, notice receive I from the Secrcary of S lie designating Ibe.'llstday of Deo 1891 as a day ou which such report shall he made. Subscribed and sworn lo befoie me br Old Pictures Copied nnd Enlsrgtd to SB bise Desired. W. C.Johnson, the 2nd day of Jan. 1895 OUT DOOR VIEWS. B T. DAVIS NoUry Public. W.C. JOHNSON, Cashier. Pou'l give your Old Hclures lo Traveling Men, you may lose them. Jso. V. Cowan-L- . 1 I Directors Qive me a trial I R. It. linr.vwiD ) M B Siu-f- . SitN'aclton guaranteed t State of Ktnlne'y, Coni i of Fulton, it: I, W. C. Jnliiinon, Csuhler of Hickman Bank, a Hank Incited nnd doing business at 'o. Clinton street In the City of Hiclnian in nald county being duly sworn, says the foregoing Keport l In all respects a true statement of the condition PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS r ' A. ROSEDALE. 1 f Siolxm an, Kentucky 7- -0 04 FOR SALE ! ''''' Suburbnn Home. The bssutlful residence of Mr. Frits Hellner. ileslrnblv located, with the best approfed conveniences as to rooms, 3rdns, croun.li, &c , I ollered nt Information private sale. For furihcr F. IIKLLNF.R, pply to al It. R. l).ot. BESST Condensed News, Siorlea, Miscellany, AVomen's Department, Children's Department, Agricultural Department, 1'olillcal Department, Answers to Correspondents', rMltorials, Everything, will ci roust) IX TUB Courier-Journ- al - ; SANDERS $ MICK 1 The Cash Shoe Store. I I - at - L? AttorneyHickman Bank. w, over Oftice B. T. DAVIS, KY. to Weekly A 10 page, HICKMAN, Will nriiswi u ) .ami i Democratic Newspaper. .i.) n a'lend (.romptly to his care. ' liusltd all butlneri mcli!4-'lX- lRIce, SI.OO A Courier-Journa- SEAS. 0. L. HANDLE ATTORNEY-AT-LA- PPr ' '' Hickman, HAVING : : : : Kentucky. l tasks The Weekly very liberal terms to agenls. Sample copies of ihe paper and I'reutuu Supplement sent free lo any address. Write 19 COURIER40URNAL CO., Louisville, Ky, 8- attention to business entrusted to his care resumed the practice of law, his prompt and undivided Ciesaptcke Ohio and Southwtsta 'it U.K. rse-tha- s DR. S. K.DAVrDSON TT-v.4sy-7- ?Jf;E "i J.J. citi-zeu- "'! niOKMAN, Oftice KUNTUOKY. a.i !f-- - BBST IVIJVI scrwcEN tin LOUISVILLE 1 over Oowglll & Cowgill's Drug Store. ti MEMPHIS. moss CINCINNATI Do ALSO AND TO AND R. T. TYLER, Attocney-at-Jua-flOlUce r EVANSVILLE. a Ticket OR WEST not purchase EAST, ' rTM I Will ed lo him fa any of the Suite Courts. 0 l5-'t- )l. np.stalrs nvri Hlekmiin Hank. give attention lo busines intrust- MOUTH, SOUTH Until you have comulted an Agent of tba i . ". A. W. LINDSAY, C. O. c6 S. W. R. R. CUKHUT KUiKITtRS, UMITMD fRAIKS, itOCHKN JJQUIPMKNT. i,..ni..i.. ...:.".,','."' ..-- .." Attoraoy-UMice a t-- li a w? 8.15 HICKMAN, with K. S. KY. JOHN KCKOL3, gen. Man. T. B. LYNCH, ocn. Pms. aqt. Murrell. Louisville, Kv. .1' " mrwwgi -- srwwy" o "V rjw,mMWmimnnfmmuwfw m '' M. etaM-atS-- - "" -'- ?i.asiittfcJt.- - GENTLE KEPROOF. Thai AMONG it HNS. . ! ItriiTin llAHVAtin, of Ohio county, tremble with ngllntlon. I'ntl tt. n ho was shot about six weeks ago In n Rov. Dr. Talmngo Pays x Visit to tho cuy Im, ten pates, but the most i',is Among the many nnccdotcs xxti.ch niihciilh with Albert Austltl, died tho fatuous Is the One before which :c now City of Delhi, Indiru Illustrate the rare character of VVilll-iether morning from his wounds, I Is called Cashmere gate. stand, nnd It Augustus Muhlenberg Is one which Is caused by Internal bleeding. Austltl Write the words In red Ink because of tokl of lilm at tho time he taught In ll arnptiicnlly Ilrnrrlhca Wrrrknl Kin. the carnage. will probably bo held for murder. In letters of rite them plea, llrokrn l'rtrrars Ami the Itnlne Flushing Institute. i.ov lluow.v pnso two Christmas light for the Illustrious deeds. Write f Ontnrle--- . A I nntlminllftn of I lie He was most unspnrlng of his own t ft to convicts, pardoning Thomas V. " Arvttnit thi Wortil" Srnnon. them In letters of black for tho bcieft faults, even before his scholar's where of Leslie county, and Emma j 'and the dead. Will the world ever they Mere conccrncil In tho circuin-stancJ,.nis f Louisville. Continuing h's scries of round the forget that Cashmere gnte'.' I.leut. One of tlicni, a young man world sermons through the press, Kcv. Snlkeld and Home and Sergts. llnr- si w o4ra house will soon be comvery dear to him, often told In after Dr. Tnlinugo Sund.tv choe for his sub- gess, fnrmichiicl nnd Smith offered to pleted nt 1'ultoii. years ho., after ndmlnlstcrlng n Jam- Willi urn fatally chopped Tyrco ject "Palaces In Inula.' the te.t being take bags of powder to the foot of that rctmko to him one day, Mr. Muhl- Amos 111,10: "Who store up violence ..ate nnd set them on fire, blow inu open nn ax when ho found I iulo willi enberg nt night put into his hand and robbery in their palaces." tlietii at his home, nenr Morchcad. the gnte. although they must die In little box which contained money, and In this day, when vast smnsof money doing it. There they go in: meeting conducted b lnngcl-,.- ( after a brief note in which he deplored that are being given for tho redemption of sunrise, each otic carrying ft Just cull' (l.iles. at Mlllorsburg, resulted In sack ho had "lost his temper ;i the morning, nulla, l nope to increase me interest in r,,,n iuiilillotistotlie uirlous churches, SI powder, and doing and f polled his admonition by impa- that great country and lit the same tl'lnlng poutidsof the enemy. this under the lire of in i nearly as many moro wero r tient tones and uply looks." time draw for nil classes of our people lainieil, I.leut. Home was to jump The note went on to Ray, "Tlice ac- practical lessons, and so I present this Into the ditch, whichthe flist beHi pi TV United States marshals de- still counts arc not to be settled betxtcon fifth sermon In the round the world fore the gate. As they go. remnlns one one by Mreaed a largo moonshine illstlllery ourselves, but as a peace offering, let series. We step into the ancient cap- falls under the hot and shell. One of i IHdgc, in Clinton county, n few m inc give you this Charity llox, to which ital of India, the mere pronunciation the mortally wounded as lie fall, - .!;.' l.iI will odd something every time of- of Its name sending n thrill through bis suck of powder with a Imix of lesson. i Mior barn belonging to Lon fend In a similar way, and about tho the body, mind nnd soul of nil those hands another, telling him As that nlj'ht wo took tho railroml iiearScbrcs, and containing use of which I promise not to inquire. who hnxe ever read its stories of splen luclfer matches to to tire the sack, when, with an explo- train from the Delhi stntton ntiifrolTcll l.xti pound of tobacco, was burned Ily this penance of love, my Infirmities and disaster ami prow sion that shook the eartii for SO miles out thioutrh the c now living over iii .ther day. It waX thought to have may at least bo tho occasion of your dor ltefore the first historian Impicssed nround, part of the Cashmeie gate was the vaster cities buried under this n the work of Incendiaries, but benevolence." his tirst word in clay, or cut his first blown to fragments, and tho bodies of capital, cities under oltles, nnd b .i hounds brought from Earllngton This arrangement, while it was un. word on innrble. or wrote his first some of these heroes were so scattered our traveling servnht had unrolled our m ci u '1 IH'i iriiu mc- - uin'u-i-i viiifon-doubtedly n genuine expression of his in Mil mt. .MPl.i.nov nun uiuiioyii, grief and humility, may nave alo been tordon papyrus. Delhi stoodnnd India, they were iioxcr gathered for funeral bed, which consisted of a rug nnd two Nine-ieor grave or monument. The llriti'h blankets mid a pillow, nnd ns wo were j v one of his loving and "Ingenious Mays i contemporary of llabylon reside near Kelly, a small station We know that Delhi existed nrmy rushed in thiough the broken wiim iui nil me sigiusccing ox 1110 n ,t of llopkinsville, became iuvoUcd of Impressing upon tho mind of his scholar the ground of the mornuiigcr beforo Christ's time than we pnte. nnd although six days of hard nay. anil were louginy tossed on that n qnui id while tlrlnkini'.wlion lloyit ing's reproof the fault he wished to lie after his time. Delhi is built on fighting were neces-nr- y before the city uneven Indian railway, 1 soon fell into .i if ed McElroy In the side. Inllictiiig guard against and overcome. Youth's the ruins of several cities, which ruins tvns In complete poscs-Io- n the crisis n troubled sleep. In which I saw and but not fatal wound. Companion. - . was past. The Cashmere gate open, heard in a confused wny tho scenes nnd i i ions cover ioriy nines, wiiii wrecKcu icm (ol MotuiAiiK Johnston, stale Trade-MarCottoleno us a pics, broken fortresses, split tombs, the capture of Delhi and nil it con- - sounds of the mutiny of 1Y7, which at nation commissioner, will publish tumble-dowAn Important and Interesting palaces nnd the debris of talned of palaces nnd mosnues und Delhi we had been recounting, nnd now 'i M) copies of a pamphlet giving a suit, which has been before tho courts fur .enturies. An nrclurologist could treasures wns possible. the rattle of the train seemed to turn 'ii description of Kentucky and Kensonio Umo, has recently reached a decision Lord Napier, of Magdala, of whom into the tattle of musketry, and now tucky' udvanlnges. in tho United States Circuit Court for tho probably spend his life here, talking BouUicrn .District of NcwYorlc. Tho suit with the past through its lips of vener-ibl-e Mr. Gladstone spoke to mc so affectiontho light nt the top of the car iloludvCV-iii- u As onllnuiKO Is before tlicliwens- was for an Injunction nfmlnst tlto Infringe-meneo- f masonry. ately when I was his guest at Hnwnrd-en- , with tho Idea of a burning cli", boro council for the exemption of man cMmfifilfnnrir' (Tholtf. Jf. PnlrbuillC There are u hundred things here yon 1'ng., has lifted n monument near nnd then tho loud thump of the r11' ufacturing plants fiom taxation for Company. Chlcapo) trade-mar"Cottoleno" by tho uo of tho wont "Cottolco." Tho iught to ee In this city of Delhi, but this Cashmere gute. with the names of road brake was in dream mistaken f' r fisp years. validity of Cottoleno as a trade-mar-k was hrcc things you must see. The first thu men who thero fell inscribed there a booming battery, and the voices ot SMn p.Apcinioney In n trunk belongmade permanent by an injunction, tho oiso hlng 1 wanted to see was the Cashmere Ion. That English lord, who hmt seen the different stations made me tV'uk 1 ing Doing aummnmeu uy 1110 court asiouows: Lee' Hani, of Itardwell, was torn rate, for that was the point at which courarc on manv n battlefield, visited heard the loud cheiu- - of the Hrlfi-nt into small bits by a raL The owner soems to bo tho law that when manu'It he most wonderful deed of daring ' this Cnshmere irate and felt that the the taking of the tnshmero gateian-- l ns -facturers, liavo educated tlio public to ask ,.,,,.-- 1 r ,ilp to name, vhich the world has ever seen was done, men who opened for a certain artt. lo by its trade-marit with the loss of wc rolled oxer bridges the ba'tle be- - VVustlt ,ou aml wns they liavo aojulml tho rlRht to insist that 1 hat was the turning point of the ran- - their own lives ought to bo eoinmcnio-tln- y fore Delhi seemed troinu on. nri us w Pl,,j.,,.i products nianuUctnrod by others shall not A lady at Delhi put Into orated, and hence this cenotaph. of lsiT. bo Riven to the nubalo under Uiat name It Hut. went through dark tunnels I cemod Son. crops of new tobacco have been Is Just that it should bo so for the benefit iy hand nu oil painting of about j after till, tho best monument Is the to see the tomb of liununun in sold In ltoui bun at from 7' to 10 cents. derived from such name can only he ighteen inches square, n picture well pate itself, with the deep gouges which Delhi of king the by faithful service in furnishing Tiii.uk Is forty sheriffs yet to settle ecuted, but chiclly valunble for in the brick wall on the left was hidden, and m my dreams I articles of recognized viilno. Moreover, if namo might bo adopted by tvhat k it represented. tho It was n side made bv two bombshells, saw Lieut. Kenny of the artillery nllli.tlA) state .tmlllor. Wns.s. asked the other morning as lo others, Inferior articles might then tie procene from the timo of mutiny, two and the wall above torn by ten throw ing shells w liich were hai duced and sold under it; and thereby tho extra he would run, harncs'cd to s nnd the wall on the right buru.ng, a id Iho rumor that legislature, cull anBrown to him, their valuo to manufacturers of tho reputation of norscs nt full (lov. in which were four side defaced and scraped nnd plowed Campbell nnd Held and Hope Grant session of tho i carrlago tho namo used by thcin as a tradc-muiwould bo destroyed." persons. She said: 'Those per- - ' and gullied by all styles of long reach- covered with blood, and NichoW n inswvred Hint ho had not doubled to - - I sons on the front scat are my ing w eaponry. Let the words "Cash- falling while rallying on the wall lis :onvcno tho general nssoinbly in the "Writff roc .left much In your uncle's father and mother. The young lady tra session. mere gate." as a synonym for patriot-Is- wavering troops, nnd l saw Oead regiwllll" 'tY; confound it; completely." on tho buck seat holding in her Brooklyn Life, nnd fearlessness and self sacrifice, ment fall across dead regiment, m d 'A pOst omcK has bc.cn established arms n baby of a year was my go Into all history, all art, all litera- heard the rataplan of the hoofs 'f at Lego, Cai tor county, EXCURSION older sister, nnd the baby was ture, all time, all eternity! My friends, Hodgson's horse, and the dash of ti e ''Mavuiiw Cuimiss Is the new postmyself. My mother, w ho Is dow u w 1th j that kind of courage sanctified will yet Bcngnl artillery, and tho storming I v master at B.ic, Mercer county, and Januarj IS, 1KI1.1 a fever In the next room, painted that J take the whole earth for Hod. Indeed the Immortal fourth column, ai"' t o Mrs. E. B. Uomiiiu at Tuilipico. Adair On thi abort date the MISSCHTU PACIFIC RAILWAY nnd IKON MOUNTAIN years ago. 1 lie horses nre in full run the missionaries now at Delhi, toiling rougher the Indian railway becuti e county. n UOUTC will sell Helots at half rats (plui because we nre fleeing for our lives. amid heathenism and fever nnd chol- nnd the darker the night grew t i at Joi:rit 1'iMhV, ii) from tft. Louis, Cairo and Missouri My mother is driving, for the reason era, nnd far away from homo and com- more the scenes that I had been stuci tho May Held woolen mills, was Hirer gateways to nil points on their lines shot and killed by Edward In Arkansas Louisiana, Including poluti that father, standing up in the front of fort, nnd staying there until they drop ing at Delhi ciiinc an mc like an im They were on the K. (i, W. & (.; to nil paints in his carriage, had to defend us with his Into their graves, nre lust as brave in bu. Hut the inorulnc Icran to i.k Wilson near Morgnnlleld. Texas, Deminp, Jf. M., and IVeos Valley gun, as jou there He fought our taking Delhi for Christ ns were Nichol- through the window of our jolting rail Mit blnl hunting and Wilson's gun was poInU in New Moxlco. Will also sell from way out and on for many a mile, shootson nnd Home and Carmichael in tak- car, nnd thesu'iiHght poured in on mv iccidcntally discharged, and through St, Iouls to jKiinti in Missouri ing down the fcepoys as we went. We ing Delhi for Great Britain. Take this pillow, and in mv dreams I saw the A I.vkom barn belonging to S. M. south and west of HarrHonville; from and through St. Ix)Ul, Kansas City, I.iteu-worth- , had somewhat suspected trouble and for tho first sermonie IcsMirt. bright colors of the English (lag ho ted Stokes, u farmer losiding near Kussell-ove- r Atrhison, St. Joseph and Oiniilm to had become suspicious of our servants. Delhi, where the green bunmr f lllc. was destroyed by tire the other Another thing you must see If you go points In ICnnsai, Nebraska and Colorado. A prince hnd requested a private inter- to Delhi, though yon leave many tho Moslem had waxed, and the v ice light, l'ne line horses were burned Kor particulars regarding Illicit, ttop-oe- i view with my father, who was editor things unseen, is the palace of tho mo- of the wounded nnd dying eemed t.tbo to ilea th. Loss S1.S0O. with no privilogos nndfurtL,eriufoimatloiiscoiioa: of the Delhi tiazettc. The prince pro- guls. It is an inclosurc one thousand est ticket agent. for the voices that wel- - nice.' The fnc was caused by tramps, H. C. TOWNSEND. posed to come eilcd. so that no one yards by five hundred. You enter corned soldiers homo again. ruiMi Issued by Bath county In aid General I'asseuger Agent, St. Louis. might recognize him. but my mother through a vaulted hall nearly four And as the morning light got bright- - ()f the Lexington A Big sandy railroad, "Is theeouro of tirao every thine will bo Insisted on being present andAthe in- hundred feet long. Floors of Floren- er and brighter, and in my dnam I hicli w as lost beforo its maturity in large tine mosaic, und walls once cmeralded mistook the bells at a station for a tjiij has just turned up In Eurojxs and utilized, and even the barlver will givo oco n terview did not take place. cut for tho hair." OalvcsUin News, t, fish had been sent to our family and and sapphired and carbuneled and dia- church bell hanging lu a m a now heM bv nu eastern broker for four other families, the present an of- monded. I said to theguulc: "Show us where a Mohammedan priest had iiuin- - :ollection. The iwnd Is a Sl.oU) Obstructions In n Clrrat llnrltnr fering of thanks for the Ung's recov- where once stood the peacock throng" bled his call to prayer, I seemed to bearing iuUrott nt 7 per cont. and Are less easily removed than obstructions ery from n recent slckne. Hut wo "Here it whs," he responded. All the henr a chant, whether by liumamr an- now amounts to nearly 53.&00. of tho bowels are by Ilotettcr' Stomach Bitters, infinitely moro effectual than vio- suspected poison and did not eat the thrones of the earth put together gelic voices in my dream I could not IlnttAi'K WiMins finally shot James purgatives, ana which novcr critics, fish. lent would not equal that for costliness tell, but it was a chant about pmco Martin nt Faint Lick, becausu the latconvulses and weakens ns they do Tho One ilny all servants came up and and brilliance. It had steps of sil- and good will to men." And as tho disparagingly of the fornicr'a Bitters also removes malarial and said they must go and see what was ver, and the seat nnd arms were of speed of the rail train slackened tho ter spoi,o complaints, hilloiisacss, sick wife. nervousness and dyspepsia Give this the matter. We saw what was intend- solid gold. It cost about SUO.OOO.OOO. motion of the car became socasy as we State Tiikaviiki: Male, in an Infer-rledeserving remedy a fair trial and cupccl tho ed and knew that if the servants re- It stood between two peacocks, rolled nlong the track that It scem d of the state's ou the best and most complete results. turned they would murder all of us. the feathers and plumes of which to me that all the distress and contro- jnaneok suul condition tho siliintton could be colored versy and joltingandwarsof the world permanently relieved only by logkl.v Mccn ns wo dlsliko trouble wo aro sel- Things grew worse nnd worse until were fashioned out of dom willing to admit that anybndj else luU this scene of flight shown in tho picstones. Above the throne was a hnd ceaed. and in my dream I thought t tax rato as much asoursclvcs. Youug ilea's l.ix ture took place. You see, the horses life size parrot cut out of one emerald. we had come to the time when "tho prvenaction an increase in tho cspcndl-- I reduction In nuthorlrcd were wild with fright. This was not Above all vas a canopy resting on IS ran'omod of the Lord shall return and S5.00 to California ires. H only because of the discharge of guns, columns of gold, the canopy frinsred come to Zicn with sonvrs nnd everlastIs prico of double berth in Tourist Sleeping Tiik new military company at Frank-- f with pearls. Seated here, the emperor ing jov upon their heads and sorrow Kansas City on tho famous but the horses were struck and poundCar from rt which was recently mustered in, "Pliilllps-IlocIsland Tourist Excursion " ed by Sepoys, and ropes were tied on puollc occasions wore a crown con- nnd sighing shall lie- awav." looted the namo of Mo reary euards, Throiicli cars on fast trains leave Knnas across the wa-- , und the savage halloo taining, among other tilings, the ! i. ,Ft. City Wednesdays "orth and Kl and the shout of revenge :0iilc all tho MAKING PATENT LEATHER. honor of the popular congressman diamond, and the entire blazef lao, and Thurslai toviaO Siculo Ilocta way our flight a horror." Eighth tlUtiict. The com-pn1) Hacos, U. coronet cost S10 3.MI.C0O. This superb It (nn Nut llr Cmranterd, Althouch ths fr.nn Isthe Write for particulars composed of about forty of the The books have fully recorded the and once almost supornaturally beau A. 1'. A.,Cif3.v BJlIdlng. Cincinnati, O. I'rorrK Is Itllllrult. young men In town, all of John ScniSTUS', O V A , Chicago. heroism displavcd nt Delhi and approx Jupumied leather, generally called I' tiful room has imbedded In the white Mr. imate rejrions, but made no mention of marble wall letters of black marble, patent leather, was first made In iv. mm are enthusiastic admirers ofcom-- i A corrrn tent passes fnr noro thai a '('reary. and look this means of A smooth, glazed surface Is this family of Wagentreibcrs whose which were translated to me from Per- America counterfeit dollar. Ham's llrrn. inenting him upon his public record. flight I am mentioning. Hut the Mad- sian into English as meaning: in France. Tho first jrivon to calf-skiI'm: last of IsHi's sj,ik,ooc ras Atheneum printed this: leather is cnrr.ed expressly for 'this If on earth there be aa Kden of bliss. "And now! Are not the deeds of the purpose, and particular care 1s taker. hIiooI fund will be duo January 1. this. Is this. Is this That piece Is thK Lit t.vr.sTo.sr county's . jail has . been Wngentriebers, though he wore a round Hut the peacocks that stood beside to keen it as free as possible .from, . "1 had been afflicted for several jcars hat and she a crinoline, as worthy of the throne have flown away, taking all grease; the skins are them tacked on C'ridemned and nnuron cnga will Im; with what tho doctors called Di.ibctcH, p. .uel nisiile the old structure until a Imperishable verse as those of the hee frames and coated with a composition and fullered ter- roic pair whose nuptials graced the the display w ith them, nnd tho-- w hitc of linseed oil and umber in the ion one can be erected. marble floors were reddened witli ribly. The pain court of Charlemagne? A 'lui liutlcr county grand jtirvrc-p.'1-t-- . moro touchof eighteen gallons of till to in my back was ing picture than that of the brave man slaughter, and those bath rooms ran five of uinlicr bolted until nearly the courthouse in that ootinty ns with blood, nnd that Eden of which the agonizing in tho contending with well solid, nnd then mixed with spirits of I i'i e to oollnpsc nt nny timo and sug-nerved arm extreme Hood's ngaiust the black and threatening fate Persian couplet on the walls spake turpentine to its proper consistency. is that it be replaced with another. Sarsapanlla and impending over his wife and child we hushad its flowers wither and its fruits Lampblack Is also added when tho m.ms Hawkins, a Fayette county decay, and I thought while looking ut Hood's Tills have never seen. Here was no strife for composition is applied in order to glvt N id, who tta recently released from cured mc. Now tho glory of physical prow ess or the the brilliant desolntion and standing color and body. From thrco to fout the fieiiitcntlnry after serving eighteen I can go to spoil of shining arms, but a conquest of amid the vanished glories of that coats of this aro necessary to form n j rs, was arrested tho other day fot throne-roothat some one had better atchurch and the human mind, nn assertion of the snibstance to receive the varnish. They t a mg hogs. tend ctlicrtnect- - powers of intellect over tho most ap- change n little that I'erslan couplet on aro laid on with a knife or scraper. To N !. Bonayr, Ilobt. Bird nnd a man the wall and make it read: p'.casings la2ra2&E5&HL uro. withalways palling array of circumstances that If there be n place where much you mls, render the goods soft nnd pliant each rumul it SiKinn were killed and three I Hr. Joltn llranston could asall a human being. Men have coat must bo ery light and thoroughly c ers were injured by tho explosion of lhat place 11 this. Is tbla.-l- t this. I this keep Hood's Pills by mo In my whole hfo becomo u mill boiler. gtiy in front of sudden und As I came'out of the palace into the drieil after each application. 1 never mot anything that did me so ram h A thin coat is afterward applied ol 'I outlook for the operation of the good as Hood's Sars.iparilla 'Experience unexpected peril, and in ancient days street of Delhi, I thought to myself so much wns courage a matter of hero- paradises are not built out of stone; tho same composit'on, of proper con- sti. ir cur line in Frankfort this winter teaches a dc-i- r school, but fools will learn ics and more instinct ihnt wo read in are not cut in sculpture; are not paint- - sistency, to be put on with a brush, and - u.tner gloomy. by no other. 1 was om o foolish enough to listen to n druggist who claimed to bavo Immortal verse of heroes struck with ed on wulls; are not fashioned out of with sufllcirnt lampblack boiled in it M musov colwtv Is getting a great something superior to Hood's, and took panic nnd Weeing before the enemy. precious stones; do not spray the cheek to make a perfect black. When thor ii. nl of merited prnlso for Its prompt-ianother mr 1 eino. If I had thrown my Hut the savage Sepoys, with their with fountains; do not offer thrones or oughly dry it is cut down with a scrapss in trying and convicting murderer dollar in tho street 1 would havo been a hoarse war-cr- y and swarming like crowns. na- -' er having turned edtres. It is then W ii m Taylor. I'nradUes are built gainer'' John Biuxstox, care of John wasps around the Wngentriebers, tures uplifted and ennobled, out of '1 m: and what ready to tarnish. The principal varelectric light and water works Qrectham, Wellington, Ohio. struck no terror into the bravo man's nrchlteot's compass may not sweep, nish used is made of linseed oil nnd p nut at Stanford wero out of repairs a heart His heroism was not the mere and sculptor's pencil may not skotcn, Itussinn bine, boiled to tho thickness fe nights ago and the city had neither i ebullition of despair, but, like that of and gardener's skill may not lay out, of printers' ink It Is reduced with li "lit nor water for sovtral lio.irs. his wife, calm and wise; stnnding up- tho grace of God can achieve, and if spirits of turpentine ton suitable conI moo bo dry, nnd a nright that ho might use his arms bet- the heart be right all i' right, and if sistency to txo.k with a brush, and vigorous ncx wants Isto being waged campaign cure Constipation by restoring Hood's Pllla ter.'' the heart be wrong all Is wrong, litre then applied in two or three separate against tho saloons ns the election tie perWtaltlo action of Ibo allcenUry canal. As an Incident will sometimes moro endoth the second lesson. coats, which nre scraped and 'pumiced draws near. . . Impress one than a generality of stateHut I will not yet allow you to leave until the leather is perfectly filled nnd T'to Calloway county fanners went ment, I present the flight of this one Delhi. Tho third thing you must smooth. ownership of family from Delhi merely to illustrate sec, or never admit that j on have been Tho finishing coat is put on with to law over tho disputed Judgo Hninjin S3. the desperation of the times. The fact in India, is the mosque called lumma special care in u room kept closed and aca'f worth about decision In the case handed down n . .i....i.s' i was that the fcepoys had taken posses- Musjid. It is the grandest mosque I ...ut. i... i 8"3- , . ".? sion of the city of Delhi, and they were, ever saw except St. Sophia at Con-- ! The frames' e then run' lnionoTei ft"'?-- !" ' V ,'?.,' with all their artillery, fighting back stantinople, but it surpasses that in heated to about one hundred and sev- - to bu In Jnnu-hindegrees. In preparing this the Europeans who were on the outside some respects, for St. Sophia was orig-- , enty-flv- e of leather the manufacturer must f ri' "ln?s, ,ml pr"yS ,oon:tant '" ,hl! and murdering all the Europeans who inally a Christian church and changed , me iiriiva oiu jusi were inside. Tho city of Delhi lias a into a mosque, while, this of Delhi was (flvo tho skin us high a heat us it can lease ui in Madison niiurier. in a legal county crenulated wall on three sides, a wall originally built for the Moslems. bear in order to dry the composition hanging on tho 31st of duly, IfeO'J. on tho surface at, rapidly as possible way occurred 5H miles long, and tho fourth side of As I entered l.ooo or moro MohamI'r.NMojfH were granted to Kcntuck-I'.nK- , tho city is defended by the river Jum- medans were prostrated in worship. without absorption, nnd cautiously, tho other day, ns follows: Original na. Jn nddition to theso two defenso There are times when 5,000 may bo inns not to Injure the fiber of tho David Iiyinnn. I'enh's Mill Original of wall and water there were 40,000 seen here In the same uttitudc. Each leather. It is well uijjli Impossible to .1 Hall, I'ino Knot; Sepoys, all armed. Twelve hundred btone of the floor is 3 feet long by V,i guarantee tho permanency of patent Widows l'crmella Hattcrton, Junction City; KIDNK LIVER S8 WE1 British boldiers wero to take that city. wide, and each worshiper has one of leather, no matter hoxv expensive or Tcrrissa Marplcs. Merrimae. Nicholson, the immortal general, comtheso slabs for himself while kneeling. how careful be the preparation, for it S"P''"'ia (J'jV. Hr.oxr.v say., the nexv election manded them, and you must visit his The erection of this building required has n sad trickof cracking without an; grave before you leave Delhi. He fell 5,000 laborers for six years. It is on n justifiable provocation. N. Y. Adver law txns properly passed and Is there-fori- ! Lumbajro.rmln tn Joints or back, brick dust In rill right, He commanded plateau of rock; has four towers rising tiscr. urine, frequent calls, irritation. Inflammation, leading his troops. GiIAlif.l'.n Win shot nnd killed Tom gravel, ulceration or catarrh of tho bladder. them after being mortally wounded. far into the heavens; three great gateIhr rieaalui; (iiillu. You will read this Inscription on his ways inviting the world to come in and In color, tho (Julia is very dnrk I'uckett In a drunhen roiv u few mile tomb. tingo shoxv west of Irvine. The murder was tho honor the memory of the prophet of though n reddish-brow- n Ilillousness, beadaebe, indigestion or gout. "John Nicholson, who led the as- many wives; 15 domes, with spires gold through his blackness. His hair ho nl result of an old feud. 1'uckctt's body SWA.ni'-ltOO- T Imlgorutes, cures kidney Delhi, but fell in the hour of tipped, and six minarets. What a loxvs to grow long, but, instead of had four bullet holes in It, one piercing difficulties, Wright's disease, urinary troubles. sault of victory, mortally wounded, and died built up immensity of white marble hanging on either side of lib. head in hi heart and one going through his 3d September, ls3T, aged 35 years. nnd red sandstone? Wo descend the 40 long cords, as is tho caso with the bowels. lie died nlmost instantly. (Scrofula, malaria, general weakness or debility. With the guns and men Con. Nich- marble steps by which wo ascended Somalls, it stands out nil round like a Mns. Thomas Hi:miiio.v, of Nicholas-halo- , Kivump-IloLulMsup rjulckly a run down olson could muster ho had laid siego and took another look at this wonder Its blackness all tne villc, has In her possession n copy of constitution and makes tho weak strong. to this walled city filled with devils. more appaieiil roin the polish xvhien, tho New Knglaiul I'rlmcr, published in At Dru&rlstj SO tents and $ 1,00 Size, What fearful odds! Twelve hundred of tho world. As I thought what a bruin the archi- in the form of grease, thu owner up-- J&09 by tho successor of D.inlcl Ilrad-plie"Imlli Ouldt to Hmlth" free. ConsuluUoa frt llritlsli troops uncovered by any tect must have had who first built that Tho hair seems to rise straigli ford, xvlth all tho xvood cuts made by DU. KlLMEIl 1c CO.. IIINOIIAUTON. N. Y. military works, to take a city sur- mosque In his own imagination, and as up from the forehead in n wall of some Hradford. tonwtitajtulcd utth if rounded by firm nnd high masonry, on I thought what an opulent ruler that iiircn ur iuur uii'iifs, nnu irom more Tiik Henderson butchers held n meet-catciith, J induced hint lu tho top of which wero 114 guns and de- must have been who gave tho order for bpremls out In n Milhl, almost dense, (ng; and decided to keep their meat fended by 40,(jO0 foaming Sepoys. A such vastness nnd symmetry, I was re- muss ox'cr the head, thf surfneo being try Ely'' Otam Jlalmaud on .Sunday in future. larger percentage of troops fell 'here minded of that which perfectly ex- thick and woolly. A few carved hair- ahops closed the CitaantabU ealarihal Skvkuai. parties ut Scottsvillo havo than In any great battle I happen to plained nil. The urchitcct who plan- pins and nn ostrich feather often nrl inull all UJi Mm. lie u know of. Tho Crimean percentage of ned this was the same man who plan- to tho nntlve'i. uppearance touch of been linjlcted for Milling "hop tonic," a patent medicine which Is said to peari as utlt at any one. the fallen was 17.48, but the percentage ned the Taj namely, Austin tie u (landyUni. l'iuc, plcasaut-lookfii(- r ho about tlic sumo thing ns straight of Delhi was 37.9. Yet that city must king who ordered the and the they are, xvlth many of tho innate J, C. (Umtttad, Areola, HI. li a local option be taken, and it can only bo taken by mosque constructed was thu king who (food manners of tho Oriental, ami all beer. buch courage as had never been recordordered the Taj namely, Shah Jehnn. the best traits of the ava;e. My ex toxvn. I'oducnli Clementine Mayxveath-or- , At Eved In all the unuals of bloodshed. As this grand mogul ordered built tho perlcnco of them wns only of a frw ELY'S CHEAM BALM colored, committed suicide tho ery chaige of the llritlsli regiments most splendid paluco for the dead when weeks' (liirution, it is true, hut in tint Opens am! i'Ipupm-- ilieftaia lauiyi,.AIInMl,aln with n unnll pocketknife. ami linluiiiinntiiin. Ilenli llio mips i'iuimo Ilia against tlic wulls und gates hnd been liu bujlt the Tnj at Agra, he here or- hpueo ono learncil to appreciate their &luipt)rcii from roidi. Kcstorea the ellMH ur Takte beaten back. Tho hyenas of Hindoo-Is- dered built the most splendid palace (food points, and to discern that, ana Sho xxns despondent becaitsn her husanilMiisll. Tlio Ua!alqulikl7aUioH.f.l'i.Ulin . rt lis ut tiuct. mid Mohuininednuisuiowleil over of worship for thu living at Delhi. lO'ce race, they wero n fur moro satisfactory band hnd ili'M'rted her. Tills is boA parttrleli applleit!ntoaeli tioilrllt.itllcre the walls, and tho EiigliblTnrmy could here what sculpture mid architecture peoplo than the Sonialls. Hlackwood'i lluxed to he tho first instance on record tlr. Vrlrn M cMl ttl ImicvUli or lij lunll. coinwltting bulcldo, at u 'j uutliinir bul bury their own dead. can accomplish. Tlioy link together Magazine. Qwr Alonrmrnt of n Tutor foi tilt na ",l1 n$ nn exploit Unit pf the page Of history makes t i e. o 1 the centuries. They successfully defy time, Two hundred mil eighty' yenrs ngd Austin dc llordcnii und bhah Jclian quit this life, but their work lives and bids fair to stand until tho continents s go down, crack open, and nnd this planet showers ether worlds with its ashes. 1 rejoice In all these big buildings, whether dedicated to Mohammed or Urobilin or lluddhn or I onfucliis or Zoroaster, because ns SI. Sophia at was n Christian church changed Into u mosque und will yet Iks changed back ngnin, so all the mosques nnd temples of superstition and sin will jet be turned Into churches. When India nnd Cevlon nnil China nnd Japan arc ransomed, ns wc nil believe thtyr will be, their religious structures will all be converted Into Christian nsylumi nnd Christian schools nnd Christian ll onirics nnd Christian churches. Built nt the expense of superstition nnd slu they will yet be dedicated to the Lord Almighty. Here endetli tho third liemli-phcre- KK.Tl'CKYSTATE NEWS. 1 yL, U ,wC - .xunjC: pcaoueavu! ri U You can make better food with ( .hn-o- I Baking RoYal Powder sa PURE ABSOLUTELY Lighter, sweeter, more wholesome. Horn tUKiNO. rowocn to. tC WAlt BT., i pa W 1 s, nn-clo- , I I Im-n- k, trade-marl- c n llm Murk lie I)im. How much does a newspaper man write In a year? An old newspaper worker has sat down nnd figured It out. He figures that he ttiltesiin nver- .iroof. a column nnd il hulf every day, ... mr i.i " uvu n, eteejifc t iiiicuuuii jnii'ei, ..I..... i. contributes three columns. This makes nnd, nllowtng twelve columns n week, fur two weeks' vacation, he has fifty weeks in n year, In which time he turns out slo,t00 words. An ordinary book of short stories contains nlxuit 40.000 words, therefore his jcnr'n labor s equivalent to twenty books. At this rato of comparison the eat of Marlon 0..-1- k j h .,,,. j trade-mar- ' -- liomb-(.hell- s, d fu-c- -j- - ' w gltlng, ft, larce dlniier A rnvr..-At a llr.iiMis Cot'iiT Mciitiai. Captain furedilliiiri "Then I am to understand that party lo show off liUnotv din ns w.ni r I ilnled. tho ou i clgur when ten ccllliiR wn gorgeoiwly roi small fortune, hut the duty J" "Yes. sour "Wlmlilo ,1"lk, to ihvlluedl" "Yes, I command, jour honor ' "Anil xvhal icpiy Itnltr honsUeilfUo wit lrtJo h ... You nro nn Ji' ho maker Jour proicr loss hiiuihk " ! uouorl ' nolal-- e ho Volksteltuug llVUlls. !:T!iM.-"Au- d did our boy Incli nice diir-l- n A rot'rLB of deputies IicIoiibIiir to differlul tho iratnul" MamlO "ThVf ent shade of politics nieetlnlho lobby of lilllliiKi" Cloxelaud I'hiln Healer. tho Krrtitli Cliainlier. "The piinie minister Is ulKint to give Mr. Uutel an appolntiiiriit BrTe or Onto. Citr or ToLtno, l "What! that lu tho diplnimitlo sort Ice." Lt'CA Cot'Mr. IV' fellowr "Whv. tertiiliily, lie I n very caKiusicJ. Cnr.Nsr make oath thnthnlr llable mau " "Ves, ciipabio of n)tblii;." thosculornartncrofUiolirmoff.J.CntMrr LaCruLx. ft Co , (lolnir butlnes In tho City of Toledo County and Htato uforesald and lhat said you to flnu xt 111 ay tho sum of osr, ikiu "Wnrv I Rrownp, mom, I txlnt inakn a minister ot mo." "Why, Jobuny, I Liln loreAoiinnn every easo ni(.uurin mat Crawford In publishing two books per am tthiJ tlsit BHdti Is your illre. I will rannolbvicutvdbytheusoof llAlL'st'tTAUit snnum docs not strike tho newspaper SIHX.ll to jour fjtlier nWitlU" "Nes'm) I ct'Hr. 1'iiamk J. CurtrVj. Bxvorn to lieforo mo nml nbsrrttMliri"M man as an Incredibly hard task, evcu xvaul to ku to Kuiuim) every summer." presence, lldsOlhduy of lKvrmlrr,A. II lwl allowing for tho extrn nmoiint of thought Involved In story writing. Mr. UxtTenTiiitr strttn. Mrs Jane "Haw V.J.iru l'Ule. tour Unwell considers a thousand words a doe "vitur bustMnd uct nlong wltn there H7lT t'ntarrh'Oiro I tuVcn Internally and r iimilM-rtMr good day's work. Thomas Janvier Is . ,;iwhwV..i . f tioublo I net thorn to cumrr,-tiootno uiojsj nnu nu cou. aur- i uwaysicm. rvnu satisfied witli four hundred wonts, or .,' i"?. ,T..T,iiiil.su.ki.iiLlfe. fn-K. J. Citsxtr fi Co, Toleslo, O. a little uxor a quarter of a column. . fSTHold bv DruiruUts. - . ... .. .. - .. J. Hi .. Tie - "1 ilMiirt trem tne crnsns i Indianapolis Sentinel. jiiu s i tunny 1'uis, UssiucKirnreport tliat two cm llxo ns rhoapl) a one." HlHk'KHH- I- "Xtlion J.IH BiKl M llietciiaiia rw, ,7;n, - "Children, jou must rot "I don't e why l'onico nnd Juliet ,H.rt ton will nineixiK-y;y -- - Wirc- frUu,r ,j1(l ,,, fol. didn't elope," tald Huwklns at the l4millixt.nl vetlio Illattcr. Icctfsl xx ork.',-l'bk-eipera rtho other night. "Itoiuoo was . 9.inithed, and I suppose, during his strain- - Uc "Mas. CiMrtcn .. .nlut V..T.m n,r.li.-l.l.-fnrCnaioni.tlnnUan A Nn. 11. WH.LIXM'. Aa- 'outshine!!!, was deprived of his bM.". "Ih what XVIXlf "N,i Will ItlKl', v nut lUwb, III.. April II, ISO. 'ihey hid nothing to live on," thing HlK.Ul tbO uail IM iro of It ' lnur siil.l Juilcx.. "linh!" said Hawkins. Ocean. 7lrxi Ir i tho nudity of tho llm l'oat. that Why, u till their voices, they could l'lttsburKli OS - "What l the uoof liavlng a vote malic It slnxkltn; have earned lire hundred dollurs n noway" Aatother "Vht issptt snj Hut week xxilliout trying "Harpers' nair qn.mUt.v of hihi truM eutne U rrc us before each election."- - Life n tlio accused olTeied were loluit sentry lion ir " "And xou ... u. )"' Hilth--"UJi.iiec- y ..... ls ' e i'"uii tnii, 1 - mlc roxo-..tie- tin-in- HEALS LOW-RAT- E The people of tropical countries "V lire a larty here to lok ai the almost Invariable use some form of hout" Siispp ,"VVt4l, I don i ki.'W vximl capsicum with tun lie, as a stimulant jou might (tunic, but lie m uu J u u.e to U) rvguUir pii uic" lo the stomach, maize being more to di;ost than some other grains. Itifi Tme Ijtfntlxp rrlnrlili( ilif-Jcu- lt RUNNING night-watchma- THfc MAilKETd. I.IVKST(-CttU-t'omiilH y 1IIX1S UodcI mu stfKI'.f-(KoU- ss t.AVIlS--s.)jlp- rr 1 OltAt.S'-WtMat-No Sftwt butrkna ClSsTt.03 ' j I SI .& i i HI Ur. 410 , -- Insur-exchange- d na-e- t mnod sU S'ex t Ue- - NS.? II ....... Ttituiov Hrftiuaifraf l'I!Msi - N's. Miw.lVrt Ijinl- I'llBM" Mnra . M ITP.tl ( imiw lrr I "rlmr ta rfeatre crOTfMI? AI I'l.l.s JrttrM TATO.s. tVrtl.l. . . N1HV TOKK. No. a ( orn-- Nv. tvi t r4... .. . ID i Sti 5II, to tS iilin ,S 43) x I 4 M Of the plants Hed In utanufaitunnp; the 4M.lMt wnusly. Syrup of K1k, Lbs manently lflrtcUl eff t on the hunuti ars-tfiu- , white UMUtsmii voafeiable iilr.uts ami mlHerul solutions, ustuP soUl n n.e.l . mes aro itinnttnentlv ImjuHoim Hrlnw ireil id ftrrest, jou wilt use Use true nimtljt only M.muf.i. tured ly California llg b rup t'o .iir UUKtS THE S ay SORES lit i i SERPENT'S STING CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON , M i 4 MS S 'I worLn dlo for jou'" inilsteil Hie rich ' It'a vert fwsy to pnimae, oM suitor ITJonwd Uie ii.uldeo skrpllcully JikJko. HixMiy S - Si', 'i mi n i I'lkc'sTiHjthael.e star (.'vMTiyi , Some IovofNe"?lort aCniiirh TakeintMnfrHale's ll.ivlioiu.d and Tar ln-o- In all Its itaRCt completely eiidicat- - Cut t nouem uuU aro ' - I.' " 18 it O. a W II 3 I VI t ! II i rt r. aiemi(tuu,ifi...in m re Hot u. (.a.u.ii t.r rs ComifU. nti.e t.r ln'li . i lloxr mem time lie cirrv ) ttj ulcers yield to Its healing power. m0vea tho potton and builiis up the .m , i,Mi.tM x.kiMUtlu,.,r aajp and SSft.1 lire- ytc m roKN SislmucJ Vs .. Mi'nl loitK-Sa- Cl;.ls 2 No KffiUB - Winter VXItrt-X- ta el pawmt . t NtirtAB . . It l 1 fi ssyayyy-seaayst-Mi-m-i FA ilieu-tnatl- o LAUD- - VXe.lt rn km , . .. lic.id-ach- CHAIX-Wh- rdl CORV-N- rT.nt'K- - U'rMrr cut rata....... rturAOt No. S For twenty ycara folka nil over tlio world liavo curctlFj 1 llioumalbtn, netinilin, nml nil other twins nnd nclica by mj TQ using St. Jncolw ( )il. Thero nuibt 1x3 fiomclliing in if, L yu couldn't fool nil tho jicoplo for bo many years. p A WA yy isr tri.Uw i tiA. AuauvtW. sl.4 b. 'W99B fr -- OiW -- ' J. POHK -- Mass I..MtU-Meam, FLOUR-t-'aniil- I'1,!f', o. i HWt........ ItALTtUQUK ... f . M - MS II 'S,t. U ' U C - - - - ft- irtaWrfatawaBta.tMamiaaTaBataWj KIijII 'V. ;s :i:.i" lorn (hil-Mir.Atm-i'tnw- r U'kau-N- 'o. Mixed. Ml J Ji t 6 i: . ' II I i k - to make life easier by lakinjj Pcarlinc to do your washing and cleaning. It does away with half the labor, and witli all the dirt. Take Measures Koh-ino- I'OKK y lit.. IMIV Mm AHT.t. rianlwUpA. ...... XVntietM 4 d. J.S'lUANArQLIS. Wheal No. ....,,... No. ....... xnit i x f i t s s with the Rub, Rub, Rub. Itdocsnway (.is riH'K i ml lot Ul'lVltXK. ts'irni ; rvd . . . t 'U U V MM (I 91 n XXinti-- r uv-.N- Pains in the Back ony-tlft- h 1 i.lIMN tx ( .,' I til Mil I (. Vix-.- l I'l I.I, MrM si, jin .. I..' 1. rt , A ' PIIV5ICAI. STRI-NOT- cheerlul spirits ami the ability tn fii'ty tnjo life, come city w.th a hrnlthy tKMit nun iiiiikI lliet nifg man who sillier' from nert- - Tou Beware rn an imitation. Ijc hc.iejf unJ t iuti. K Q 7a1 WALTER BAKERS, CO. Tlit i. AND CHOCOLATES rt-l- Nothiiifj in the way of housework is too hard for it ; nothing washable is too delicate. All things washable nre safe with Pcarlinc. It saves from wear, and it keeps from harm. rac untcrtipukKij reildlrrs an as " or i 'carline I W j ! lame at I'taillnr " IT'S netef peJJled if vour erocrr trndi jAMZS VVLir, New " the crocm trill tell yt, Vi. M - ousdcbllltv, ; 1 ikM"0 v'iv ory, hut spn its hi la blc ttmiKi. .tiul the tlioiisnti.l hii.1 one de 1 V raiigeiiiiiiis of iiiiiul nml Ixxly that result irom, . iiiitMi'r.1 iiirm- - Jtnufartureracf PURE, H!CH CRADE la-'rt Tlic Orcntcst .Mctlcnl of tlic Age. l)lcovcry COCOAS KENNEDY'S MEDiCALJISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, i : I'M U rs Os On ff HIGHEST AWARDS Cun. t.n il ol ROXBURY, MASS,, il, i otisb i'.ii usiril-- y .t- fiiuuslfial and Food ' 1 Al 1 I n Ai 1 Hood'sCures j ' "' ?"" "Ti - d Kool titfT ' Rheumatism epilepsy, ("his"!, pnrnlysis, locomotor atuxti and even in dread niviiiitv To tench, te chum and icslore such liuroitiiii.ilcs to health nml happiness, is the aim of the publishers of a book of 16 tunes, written in plain hut chaste laitgu.igr, oil tlic it.ittiie, sytiiptouiH mid .iii.,ifi.i,j . iry iii,iiic.1 iiinicol, ill iii;ii diseases. This liook will he sent scaled, in plain enxclopc, on receipt of tills notice xx ith ten cent in st.iniw, for jxist nge Address, Woild's Dlspensarv Med icd Association, II11IT.1I0, N. Y l'or tiiou Hi. a (jiuntei of .1 cciitiitv phxsiciuus coimectrd with this widelv celebrated Iilstiliition h.tte ui.ule In.; treatment of the diseases nlxne tnuie,! ai their Tliousamls h.ite con suited tlietii by letter and received ndxlce and medicines which have resulted in permanent cures Sufferers from premature old age, or lot of power xxill find much of interest in the liook nhoxe mentioned. 111 mil iiHs ti.it h In in ii it should; the will oxxer is vxe.ikemd liiorliut lenr b.iiiul if ill and ui.i i ,n'i in rotifirmed lit hk liotirit i.i, rr iiiel.ui-clioiiinin- l, fin ills , in viflitic of the brain, rj lfm aaSaf rtmti k te.l m youth itnoiigh Igltol.MK is tilel. lit lilt .lli.u it.i'.-lo 1'iur. l oiighlt i iijuv lilr He leel tiled, spinlllftl, iinl dioxxst his leepisili tutlied . I I nn r.nn IIILUIUIDtili ' . tAPUSITIONS gfti i (1 'ain0liMil A Ik. 1or l.er. 1 h.mli.lii1 In,, tf ,fcarC in . -- . .r IK.I. .HMMtH. . . . IFI.I, U tl.M. JJUl IK I tHU4ll.l' Hill." Srt 4 f (.lutl. il cxmii . f Xaa 9 rtl a cv aouo by oRoccna'tvcnrwHrixr. ...... Vrt. WALTER DAK.ER4 COTOORCHESTER, MASS. J xstiteiQJim . TJ - General blacking is , w For duradility.economy we V.1lis Has ah annual Sale of 3.000 tons. ALCO WlfUTACTljnCTHS w R unEOUALLEa , ano foi? H.if JKi fe-- in cie of our . .n"i 't pasture ure J .1 rcmeily lhat cuff, ev.f kind rf Hum r, from the xetst bcroful.i Jotxn to a inmon I'nnplr. He hi firJ it intxer eleven hunJretl cae. an ' never failed exrept In twocae iboth tlitnider htiinor). Ilelt.isnowln his possession oxer ttvn hunJred certifkalci of its value, all 'iltlun twenty miles of Hoston. SenJ postal c.tnl for book. A benefit Is always experienced ff em thu first bottle, and a perfeU cute It warranted when the right quantity U taken. When the hinj;. arc affetted It atiei .shooliijit palm, like needles ivissIhr throuKh the m; tho Mine u llli the Liver or This is caused by the ducts be Hoxxels. ing .stopped, nnd alxvays ciiappears In .1 xeek niter taking It. fecid the label. If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will cause squeamish feelmcs at first. No change of diet ever necessary, li.it the best you can net. and enouRli of It. Dose, one 'ablespoonful In water nt Sold bv all DnigsUts. bed-t!m- e. ll-- FOR MAKES HO DUST IN TOUCH UP SPOTS Ml IUWliUlJll'UU1J IrEONLY PERFECT PASTE. Aorse Dros,Pnors. Cjuoh.Hasi 2C5C3C30COCOO"3CK DINNER SHINE. 0RT0 WITH A CLOTH 5SI0 CENT Till DOXES. W.L.Douclas r? A KINO. . ruiHCHtiNtxiuiocALr. 453.M flNC CMilftNGARCl BBuK'riaVMaW 3.W POLICE, J 30LE3. OflWCnTfOH 9J lVH 3. CORDOVAN-- I .fc 04 jm. K 111 Q I wmk . wmm M AUtll 1 I lahtrl U V'l. t'oiureuaii. rtr o dura,,'la rirnnniro inoi in Crrunraii't, lor,,, L'uupon tlZ ..mini. ...n ..a...H 11... (J ".m. triir,, ""i" v '' "a"!! aim nrj y a -- llclilamlri r,., t aulira O Mlvpr m O 1 t l " "". fLv an a2y2.W0RKINCMtf3 "KtlllCf Kl.lTK p -extra rine- 2.l.BOYS'SCH0OLSH0El fildlr-.- s l'iti:tt. timo.x miiiixu. GSfSHaSOQOOOOOCOOSGOCOQOOSr1 I'lli; MllllaTV KMI'IMII., 1, 'I.ADinS' ataaaraaaW All our allocs arc equally satisfactory They give Hie brat value lor the money. 1 hey equal cuttom ahore In at) la and lit. tliclr wcarlnf qualltlee are unturratinl. 011 ate. The prices are uniform,--ataniraaveil oter other makes. front $1 If lour dealer canmi mprly yini vie ctn Disordered Liver Impure Blood ot Blood Dsgeases Bvtch 4wa-txi- W. L.Douglas $3 8c $4 Shoes Ovr Ona CKacKtoti.T-uva- a. Million I'copla tar th m Mallow Uomn oxioiifl, aro Bjiccdily curoil as Scrofula nnd Anfrrnia, Skin Kmptioua und Talo or bj jetty-wooll- y Scott's Emulsion tlio Orcam of Cod-livOil. No oUiorrcra. cdy bo quickly and ciTcclivoly cnriclicfl nnd purifies tlio Mood nud given nourishment to tho vrbolo pyatcm. It i ploaennt to tako and easy on tho fdornncli. Thin, Emaciated Porsons nnd oil Buffering from Wu&'.ing DisoaBCS aro restored to health byfecott's J'intilsion. 71 rt mifrt ... ,,aw nii rtt. fli 4wvhj tr!lli imr 'w(';fi vu Imlflii 11. iu trado-mar- k tJj 1 la kaeareil arrant malaiUra. lit t'1 haialhuraaaSI Irle4 araala aa4 Ill.ra.ra, f""..fr I.l.ir, all I'.l.rrS. l.m.lo I.u. alalala, Kl.lar, 'ratatla. III...I lll.,..r.. n,. C.n. ajlaal.m. aa.l rrerlre Irralmtat k x.ll llh fall aarllriilNr l'tlllflr aaManvy rrqulrrit on. r. a. luukiittir, isu.ssvn iiiuu? Hiln.nMUpi ar Iraalmeau for AFFLICTED kaaea f OF. Ilin I -- FREE TO THE Srr. 11 Bor-dcu- CATARRH s I ttfet IAIL8. Hi,Ileal CUfiHi WHlRt AltTaiea IIikhI. Lumti Urfup. l&J IntlniA soiil br drustlaliL Ue Taj 1 mt m rt gfi S rJfar fair-ph-i Ccott A Downo, H. t en .titfj Tm 'nci'. I T, Y. til druetlt; n. '0 ,cntrj and j, i?rfn;,o clionji MtbHlitntcsl A. .V K - U. 1533 01. 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