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GEORGE WARREN, KUkaaaa, KenUeky. . -tm-lkm ltrt Mil Urn U Otly t RalL THE HICKM AN COURIER, r"' ';.' f FINE JOB PRINTING - KXICOXITTCD WITH HEATXESS AMD DISPATCH. t SALE BILLS, itoiffe-- r-- f QKOROl WARREN, IA& WBARN, t a Editor. Assistant Editor. t THE OLDEST NEWSIAM3IWXW13STKKX KENTUCKY. Trice of Subscription, f 1.00 ESTABLISHED 185!). fr SSSsasmas: ' LABOR AND REPUBLICANISM. MISTAKE OF IWKINLEY. Iwnon Chlckatnauga field, Undernenth n tow William Hate, of rl".lMi Asking Oar flon rnmmt to OnTrmm.nt lnrr. I'.neaea (Irn. .Mnrro't The) Champion of rrnleetlon Ignore All DepreaalnK HfTrrt of Itrpulillran til.la, povv III lnurinL anil Arknowl.dm erlng ono on Snodgrnss Hill, tho very II. Orosvonor, of Ohio, delivering Men ami Are Defeated tilth llratj Hon mi American Industry. l.iurs Hut tli Tariff. 1 u.a. spot whero Thomas gained tho soubrl- - erful orations. Thuwngnlflcrnt mil fth llr pill, Ilr. The fact that UWr Is prosperous 1st Tho speeches of Sherman and wns a t.Xcw Yohk, Sept, m. The Recorder qtictof "Rock of Chlcknmnugn," tho itury review Friday forenoon Nkw Voiiic, Sept 24. Tho Cuban rev source of much trouble to some of th O., nre not enat dedicatory exercises wero opened pngeont of surpassing splendor. Vlc - U4 Jlondiiy'inornlng; Arrangementi olutionary party was In" receipt of Im couraging. Springfield, was said bj republican organs of the country that Not n word re been Perfected here and In nther portant news from tho teat of war 'lliiiruitiir nt iinnn. lien. Jnlm M. l'alin President Adlnl 11 HtcvelltOII, Sccreither of them marking out a construc- arc constitutionally opposed to recoucil-InganOen. Scho Vritp cities, to get up a monster pet!- - Monday. cr, of Illinois, nud John II. Gordon, of tary Daniel S. snehstateof affairs with the extive policy to meet tho exigencies of eloquent field, tho fenatnrial and congrcsslon i."orinai xne uniteu states recognize Georgia, delivered fervid, Ono of the letters" received by Thomof old, istence of a democratic administration. tho times. As of orations, whllo a great wave of human- - al delegations, tho governois of IM Insurgents In Cuba as belligerents. as Kstrada Palma dcscrlWs a fiercely their whole stockthe democracy ' Cuban 1unta hnvn In trade consists of They do not hnve to account for any ttin inntli-- r In fought battle In which tho Spanish Ity surged and struggled closo by. states and other distinguished gucsU denunciation of tho other fellows, new triumph of labor over capital, foi Over 600 United States troops, tinder wero seated In tho reviewing stand, nia, and pvery honorable Influence It forces were defeated with great loss. without a lUtn ' ad sod Rvlr. hint of what they would do it is the unmistakable lesson ot tho retho command of Col. I'oland.of Colum- - Tho United State troops from Cnmp i" useu to get tho United States to A Spaniard who hud escaped from a to remedy a situation due, more than cent past that the Interests of capital bus. urn nresent to ndd luttcr to the Lamont. tho Fourteenth Ohio from MsstlOtvlcdr-- a the renubHenn vnvi-rn- . A novkltv In the return ticket dim hospital at Lalllmontn, near when; the and labor are Identical, and that one Ciutta.noooa, Tonn., Sept. H. ' tirllltnnt. nnd enfiiren lalv and or- - Cmnll II. t'1n Kvans. the N O f X.. jftjjit in Cuba. It U believed that If battlo was fought, had gone to Qunn-tanl- n to nnythlng else, to their own enact cannot prosper without tho, welfare cully ha been Introduced by the Chattanooga extends ments. When McKlnley said the tariff burning wel- .1 . .. I r i..s .mn cwi !., ..... ,.. ...ura ..H.n- -. iu... .u.i .1ahm ..un.vjr, Atlinr vttt-- ."Y is done thoro will ba a speedv tntur-nnd told the Spanish authorities rctcr.ii. bouth Iuidon l.lectrlc railway, Tha come to her thousands of visitors. Tho tier. embar other. They arc to tho revolution, and that there that Oen. Mnceo was siclc in the must bo nnd Is the Issue, the wish was of tho by any Wtter plncu not lalioi usual reduction a compared with heat It unusual, oven for the sunny Ing on confederato lines und federals ' Ing troops, with tho coming generawhich for the thought, rassed iv 111 acknowledge the in- - mountains and had only thirty men wholly responsible foundation. What holds In the economic system, for int on tho oposlto fields. Reunions In Hon of Old Olory'a defenders, black gMn single fures In maintained, but the re- southland, ami native and visitors which has no other of turn half of the ticket Is usable at any alike suffer. Unless there Is a change plenty were hold Thursday evening, n end white, itom tho Chattanoogo pub (tijjndem Cuban tho island, and with him, - which was not true. about tho overshadowing financial position of lalor has already Wen won, e tho patriots of tho great confederato ono occurring on tho Ha schools, In tho rear, weru ip On August 30 last Wfore Gen. time. nnd is recognized In tho statutes of th there will be great dlsoomfort In at- old fighting ground near tho black- line. Tho parade passed tho grail Spanish yoke. Part of the Maceo had quite recovered, ho re- question and the preservation of tho stato- and of the nation. Hut what gold value, standard and tho integrity tending the dedication of tho park. It smith shop spoken of In Longstroot'a n to call tho attention of the Amer- - ceived AcKTVI.e.ti:, the brilliant new gut, of of tho currency? Hardly ti word be- - puzzles these molders oi party semi- word that a column "n people to tho wirlt being done by can be easily liquefied and stored until Is situated some mites from the city, report. Oens. Lougstrcct nud WalSpanish Infantry,numWrlng 1,200 men daruulug tho administration tor I nient is to explain the recovery ij . needed. When It la to bo used the and the trip to and from la one of soma lace are hero, nnd their prcsouco is bans to freo the island will be wltha company "of cavalry and two yond forth to rescue the ns- - 1 labor of the place It held. before tb?- Its efforts -" adTivnalntr on S4oiy.M.-U.rnn-ttint pressure, la lessened and it Wcoines rnomant. the Incentive for wild hurraltiig TJ tiUUsrvvu . . 4UM-ja. I mmm hTmnffSSTStXi-XtTUy mwiPMn1 ifrira7mffiwff1iai. iiiiii.i ulmu I I from- - their forcta. .iiuslnesvn sgssFWs? gaseous again. It give moru than ten FfaKrof fronting tho Insurgents the go forward and hold the mountain pass rzn, ...........v .11.1 titirth unnn the i ijauor nan nut . ouiv rrpiicie' thir oi ,... 'TMim'iViWti'WnTTTFjr.r..... x.u,. , MM. nMglC'J6st&w n . am wtr m. tanoogn courthouse, lien. J. s. recofxjltltn of Wlllgerenta. of Racona, firing on everyone who ap need of more revenue, which Is a mat place, out Jias matte iv uiurp .ccuio ." i arrange-ment-Jar- e Hcsihrs these petitions, Is grand mnrshal of the occai proached. Tho pars Is very narrow, ter to be emphasized. Hut he would has a brighter outlook for the future Wing mado to hold public and the rest of Gen. Macco's force was In iplte of the liard times the south sion. I'ark guardians, excuso for advancing than ever Wfore in tlio history of tha mcetll-- s In all parts of the country to behind It. It was the only way to simply make Han African diamond business keeps up It assist the troops and country. Tho position held by tho not tho revenue duties, but tho nnlfy lnd call out tho sentiment In reach Macro's ositIon, and wns so la maintaining order. Tho cast and dividends but a these are only twenty-fprotective duties, which nre de- who work is a lnore commanding one A Cuba. Tho patriots who hao commanding that n few men stationed signed to check and not Increase ive favor Middle Tennessee companies of tho g than they have over Wfore held, and jer cent, n year at the maxiwhtchtt the struggJe in Cuba and havo there could keep n host nt bay. Heforo mum, a numberof people in tho I1 ill I eel stato nntlonul guard nru participating. Importations. He repented the the fact Is largely duo to their own efto support the given State ran are that they hnvo better Trains are run every ten minutes from tha Spanish forces arrived Maceo con- familiar claim that "at no time from forts. It was the vote of- - the wag things limn a dtatnond mlur. the time Is at hand for trived to send word to his brother, tho passage of the republican tariff earners that overthrew McKlnleylsro Chattanooga to Itntllcilcld station, or the suprVno struggle to W made to re- Gen. Antonio Maceo, of his peril. On law of 18U0 down to the close' of Presi- nnd established a tariff for the people. I,ytlo ns It Is called, being the field """ ""-"T""-" lievo Cut, and that tho United States the morning of tho 31st the Spaniards Tiik olllce of chnplalu In tho tegular where Oeu. I.ytlo wns killed nnd w hcro dent Harrison's administration did that They elected tho congress that did will rccfrnize the Insurgents If It Is appenrcd. army pay It, 100 a year, with un Inrests now a cannon ball monument law fail to raise nil the revenue needed away with the ruinous financial policy shown tilt the majority of the citizens marking his death scene. Gen. W. II. Tho Spanish forces gained tho pass, to meet every expense of the general of the republican p.rty, insisting thai crease every flvd years until the maxiIn this iluntry aro In favor of such from which a body of men could pro- government, McCrcary, recently charge d'ulTalrcsat Chapmum salary of 3!, 100 i reached. and during no part of that tho dollar with which the working actions, ' lain John I). Parker haa jut been reValparaiso, was 'Aoundud nt tho same tect the hospitals, but were driven period did the gold reserve fall Wlow man Is paid shsll be ns good ni place whllo attempting to curry Lytic' "It Is ie opinion," said Col. Michael back again by a Cuban colonel named 8103,000,000." tired on account of age and more than the dollar paid to tho government CoronaiM on eillo from Cuba, who Is Cebreco and several men. Again the 100 ordained preachers are scrambling iHxly from tha Held. No marker points What arc the foots about this? The bondholder. With this 00VKIt.IK.ST OIISKftVATIOM TOWKR. doing nuslonary work In this city, Spaniards gained tho pass, but were McKlnley tariff did not go Into full and with n wlso conduct of Its affairs, for the place. tho placo where (Sen. I.y tic wrote "I am dying, Hgypt, dying," but the stand at 10 a. in., and Chattanooga "that thilUtiitcd States will recognize driven back by Gen. Maceo. Matters effect until April, 1801, when tho du- the future of labor Is assured. Indusguld;a point it out with a deal of ns a unit went military mad. It was a Cuba boAre January 1. Wo have re- wero looking serious for the Cubans. ties were removed from raw sugar. try Is flourishing, wages continue to lr Is mid that In Missouri the corn pride, crop will W the heaviest ever known. spectaclo which Wggars descrip- ceived assurances from many congress- Just then, however, n relief force un- Tho secretary of tho treasury had advance, tho relations between capital Malks of corn sixteen feet high and Visitors, ns a rule, oro doing Chlcka-mnug- n tion, and the cheering of the crowdi men that u wo can show that wc arc der Gen. Antonio Maceo arrived and meantime paid off a year's Interest on and labor are, with a few exceptions, bearing ears nine feet from the ground ns in '03, taking first tho con- mingled with the murtial stralni nble to lialntain wnr successfully attacked tho Spaniards In the rear. tho funded debt In advance, nnd things hamonious, nnd tho republican spellare on exhibition In Hannibal. While federate lines near Thedford house, from the six military bands. Ovci against Spin for a reasonablo period The Spaniards had gained the pass for were all cleared up for two years of binders are confronted by condltloni whero Ilragg had first planned to 100,000 pcojde witnessed tho review. they wouldldo all In their power to the last time, but were forced to evac- generous oxistence for the treasury. thnt drive them to subterfuge nnd misthe average number of rows of kerncli ciiickaual'oa liATrtr.rir.i.n and whip the enemy, but In which ho was Tho stato monuments have nil Wen have tho government recognize tho uate it on an ear of corn varlrsfrom sixteen to representation. Detroit Free Press, can bo seen from this The Spaniards then found thcmselvet The results the net cash balance and eighteen, cars are on exhibition that foiled by tho night march of the fed- dedicated, tho chief executive of each WHIgercncy of the Insurgents. POLITICS AND PROSPERITY. We havi done more than we have attacked front and rear by the mon unl'rlnclpnl events of Wednesday morn- erals, nnd following the fight till tho alalo presmmg. mo ceremonies loon have forty-sirows. stood on April 1, ing was tho arrival of (!or. MnKlnloy nightfall of tha SOth. Thu field is In- place on Wednesday, tho 18th, in the been asked to do, and are confident der Gens. Jose and Antonio Maceo, and funded debt as they Moat In- 1891, nnd March 1, 1893, when the Har- What the Worklne People Are tereited In. Our. of the mott singular-lookinand party from Ivtioxvlllo. Wednesday tensely Interesting thus taken, and by following order: Nino o'clock a. m., that when congress meets In December over sixty of them were killed. Re- rison reglmo ended: The people can W trusted to remem-W- r creatures that ever walked the earth evening the Society of the Army of tho aid of the marker)', monuments and Michigan; 12 in, Ohio; 3 p m., MInnc there will Ui a largo majority of the sides this, eighty of them wero woundUM.45SMI Total cash bslsnee. April. 1B0I Our suc ISMtO0l tho operations of the McKlnley taror "swam the waters under the earth" Tennessee arrived from Cincinnati on cannon, It Is easily done. Ohio has sola; 3 p. m., IndlniiH, nt Lytic Hill, mcmWrs In favor of Cuba. tho right ed nnd carried away on stretchers. Funded debt. April. 1. ltfl !fW . .1121 IS 07 The Spaniards fled, but were headed Total cash balance. March. monuments; Minnesota, five;1 3;30, Illinois; 3 p. in., Massachusetts, nt cess in the field has given us Is the rrabul special trains nnd attended In a body SS5O3I000 iff and to observe the effects of the Funded debt. March I, twl Massachusetts, one; Orchard Knob; 3 p. ni.. Missouri, at to claim that ne aro a nation. Cuba off by Gen. Antonio Maceo while Gen. .Ispin. Its body is hardly an Inch In the reunion of tho Army of tho Cum- Illinois, thirty-six- ; Tho treasury in this time had lost present one. They know that there length, yet the head is tilted with a berland. They will meet Thursday Michigan, eleven; MUsourl threo mon- Hragg's hcadqnnrtcrs. There aro ovei can not longer be included nmong Joic Maceo attacked them In the rear. 534, 397,000 In not cash nnd reduced the was no Increase In wages to correspond Next dav the Spanish forces returned fare which l the perfect counterpart night In reunion with tho survivors of uments and eighteen markers; Wiscon- 70) monuments now on tho field. The the colonial possessions of Spain. Tho McKlnley with the increase In duties under the country sod renewed the fight In an open plain debt but S'.S,500,000. much, at leost, to McKlnley act They know, as "the of this guns, wnt Tho history of that of a Chinese coolie a veritable the confederate army of tho Tennessee. sin, nine; I'cnnsylvunia, nine; United national salute, forty-fou- r act had failed by so Iookout Inn Is headquarters for the States iTgulars, nine. Tho confederate fired ou Orchard Knob at 13 o'clock be- shows that the covernment hns named Izuabanana, where they could provide tho necessary revenue. The shopping woman" told Mr. Reed, that missing link with eyes, nose and mouth always been read to extend sympa use thelrartlllcry, but were completely gold reserve had meantime fallen from thcro was on Increase In prices. Thoy otllcial visitors. Vice President Steven- monuments have not yet been placed. fore an tin in on so crowd all clearly drilned. routed. This defeat, tho rebels said, nearlv S150.000.000 to 8103,200.000. So remember that Gov. CampWll and son, the members of the congressional This, however, has not dampened Ilcv. In. Nlccoles. of St Louis, thy to any people struggling for We huve established practho Spaniards claimed as a victory. A I'iikm'II geographical roelety procommittee and many of the governors southern nrdor, fdr from every state in opened Friday's exercises with prayer rnnldly was the government beginning other democratic speakers vainly chalposes to divide the f Ave of the clock of the states, nnd stato commissioners Dixie crowds havo come. Tho city, Ilcsldo tho oraton of the day, remarks tically a provisional government nnd Some officers wero sent to tho Spanish to run behind that becretary rosier, lenged the republicans In the camsttburbt and mountain arc iuraded, wero made by Hon. (Jcorgo W. Oohs, have an army to protect it, nnd nro in suthorltlcs asking pay, claiming that in his report if Decern Wr, 189',', said paign of 1891 to name one instance ot Into ten hours of ten minutes nnd one are quartered there. of w aires in the industries The day preliminary to the formal and, for the first time In history, chief mayor nnd visiting governors. Friday the same position as tho United States Maceo had been captured.. This Is to hundred Mcondt each that "the revenues should be so in- nn increasereceived higher bounties in was when the declaration of indepenTho Cubans had no cavalry, but make time uniform with the decimal dedication of the Chlckauatuga nnd executives of so many states nnd a night n joint committee of the survivtreasury de- that had and a call was sent to mada effective use of dynamite bomb's, creased as lo vnnblo the d great assortment of presidential tim- ors of the Army of Northern Virginia dence was Issued system or count by tens '1 he count Chattanooga National park was partment to maintain a gold reserve of return for their campaign contribulargoly to the exercises In con- ber havo gathered nt one place. Fri- and that portion of the Army of the all nations of the earth for recogni which, the letter 6tatcs, struck terror rtot less thau 8133,000,000." If, as Gov. tions. They remember the Homeby twelves which now shows on the to the enemy. In tho engagement the McKlnley now- - says, tho McKlnley stead workers In particular actual re fsci of the clock survives from the nection with the dedication ot state day's programme will begin nt noon in Potomac which fdtight at Chlckamatiga tion." Cubans' loss was 40 men wounded and tariff net yielded sufficient revenue, ductions In wages. Other instances earliest times probably from long be- monuments erected at various points the city under a mammoth tent. Oens. was held. (ion. Walthall, of Mississippi, THE EXECUTIVE BOARD killed. Tho Spaniards lost over 300 why, after two years, was raoro rev reported from time to time In the dally within tho park. Owing to the ab- William 11. Hate, of Tennessee, nnd presided. Oov. Oats, of Alabama, who fore the Invention of letters. sence of Secretary Lamont, the monu- Charles II. Orotveuor, of Ohio, will de- lost un arm in the battle, delivered an or lli MWer t'onterrne.Met at Mem- men. 40 horses nnil a large store oi enue needed to keep up a gold reserve news, recently reprinted in the worm Chairot amlnr phis fnr the iurpoe provisions nnd munitions of war. lho to 813 r.,000,000 when the net startetTput 1'rltiisr the most wonderful speci- ments wero presented In each Instance liver tho addresses. Oens. A. I. Stew- oration bristling with patriotism and men for tti heteral States. Cubans arc still capJurlug-jstragijlC,iv-3- ; Col. reminiscences. , men of cutler's eraft in the world Is to tlen. I'tillerton, president of the art and John Turchln are also here. bitter-swe: i. er i i i"'T"tg1T1- ....,..,-..- .. m I Michigan but only as spectators. . y seen In the shorriHiii. National park commission, the knife to lo JFmi in 'n An iianl'laiWi.islS'ieVH than that? factor'tho-ale&dmo. flrrconfere)HfeJ-m-(aningiodepressionior wages --.IV ., in.i TI'XiT.:; i er 1893. .l.r-tm In tUU ,.1lr.,r Hi iiiiii . ii f 'I ..m.l.i, l..l l.f Jt-.li.lr.r PEARY'S PARTY. 1 Mclvinley 1894 under for this city Importations and revenue to from 1891 to W denied. the Knglsml. 1 his extraonllnary knife I service, tho commission occupying and evoked hursts of pair The people op tho purpos, of nBmlng chnlr-nll- u Their "ollertloni Are Very Valuable and caused on provided with one blade for every j ear that purpose tho platform flag of tho Lock .. BLl.lHt se,-- a ,vl, ' ilntv Store Varied lltan Any i:er llefore fnll off because of nn anticipated re- net cannot :..,.. The ntinlause. ,.., ,i Hill, on which tho general dediHiril HIT HIC What aro the know It country is much more Insince the commencement of the Chrisduction of tho tirlff of Chlckamaugn" Is In the city, as wel itshall W to superintend tho orgnniza- - Obtained hi the Northern Ite.lnnt, 'fl place ThursWhat tho era, the number of blade, of cation exercises will take and markers facts here? Tho revenue from cus- terested In, however, is the .rise in tian unwelrof. come In Dlxio lnnd as It wun o Tho monuments tln of the silver forcesdemocratic St. Johns N. 1. Sept. course, now Wing 1S9V Illades are in- day. toms after Mr. Cleveland's election in wages, the reduced cast of necessaries come In '63, nnd everywhere, from viiiv to securing control of Salisbury, of tho University of Chi upon tho battlefields of thoy had Wen serted five at a time at the lapse of erected Chattanooga, Missionary UUlge both sides, Its nppenranco Is the Incen- ctunty. state and nntlonal conventions cago, second in commnnd of tho Peary 1893 wero larger than months of tho and tho return of prosperity under w ft:mJmX every flveyears. all the tive for orations. Particularly proud mxt year. The board Is composed of relief expedition, left hero .iionuay, In tho corresponding presented lo and Orchard Knob were prosper- the democratic tariff. What great of the old tattered emblem nre mc Stnators Harris, of Tennessee; Jones, being offered passage on the cable previous year that of 1891-- and when the republican politicians ond editors said solved the Oov. Itlch by Copt and l)NtHN soems t have Ohloans, who aro prodigally repre- ot Arkansas; Turpie. of Indiana; Gov. steamer Minia, Wund for Sydney, as It ous republlcnnvear C K. Ilelkuap, president of tho victory had could not occur has occurred. There qursilon of street tidiness. In the sented here. Ohio has a deep and last- Snne, of Missouri; Honv W. II. Hin-r- i Is Imperative that he reach Chicogo by prospect of a democratic the mind of Is no need of figures, and facts prove red boxes state park commission. Into Wing in not come busiest streets there nre tall ing Interest In the historic battlethis. Tho people see and feel and re- li.en of Illinois, and Casey Young, Tuesdoy next. The other members of The Ohio dedication followed tinder exwith two apertures, ono for waste paground, and her monuments aro strik o' Tennessee. .Ml members were pres- theexpeditlonw.lll await me acpari-ur- e anybody. In No re in Wr, 1893, for aggregated JoicM In It And this Gov. Mckinley boys direction of Ocn. John Ilcatty, presicustoms receipts per, the other for manure, hmall ingly liandsomo ones, especially so is ent with the exception of Senator in of the steamer Siivin which sails ample, board of commissioners. iCJsT Wra in the will find Is to he the main tacior esIn uniform with pan and brush keen dent of tho orlf. SI 1,','00,000, against SI3,COO,000 $17,300,-00the Hightceulh Ohio on Smxlgross hill. Tarpie, who was detained at home.-Th- on Thursday, direct for New the approaching elections, ond This was tho most elaborate and notathe pavements as clean as n private distinguished men cob previous year; In DeccmWr, January pecially In the more Important one There aro ninny names Feleited were not madei They will carry nil their scientific 814,300,000; from drlvewav The most remarkable pirt ble event of tho day. nnd women hero who aro not taking puhlic lections, which they are ousy prepar- 1 to ngnlnst1, with a democratic presh next year. The people cannot W de. Illinois dedicated her monumcnls at, March of the system l that the manure colexercises. Among good times nor nn active part In the ing for shipment by her. Their lllcrollots-Hirstiftioiitho Widow Olenn's house, which was congress preparing to take luded Into denying the to prosperity. lni;iitcil lected paj s a lsrgo part of tho total them nro Gen. Longstrcci, ucn. j.cw are exceedingly valunblo and dent nnd Into preferring politics Thomas' headquarters. Tho address against Pa, Sopt exense. In 1'aris If you throw a scrap was delivered by Oov, Altgeld. Wnllace, Mrs. John A. Iogan, Senator any ever before ob- their seats, 837,600,000, tho year be- They osk only for an era of peace In more in the same time isoti, of Scwickley, Monday sworo tainedvaried than region visited. Tho of paper In the street you art! liable lo loo Illackhurn and others. Tho wholo from the which to improve to the utmost tho field was occupied by tho Kelly's information against six prominent arrest. nlTnlr Is. as It were, a regeneration of on ung men of that place for violating party's collection of photographs is also fore. opportunity that has come to them. asa Wisconsin pcoplo near which stands ipswav .ffl iui)Hsxipimiihiiiiw Aud yet tho treasury was all this And they intend to have it N. Y. Ily patriotism and fraternal unity. -(iHArrs have Wen largely a drug In tho monument erected to tho first regiThe young unique, comprising several thousands bicycle ordinance. and Secretary K. the silent sentinels and over the pa- t). were riding at n greater speed and covering every point of Interest In time running Whlnd, World. the market tliti year, owing partly to ment of that state. Iter. JacksonWisniT, Foster had given nn order to tho buthetic appealing graves of the "brave west and north Greenland. nr.tncATrn to rcou of tho Tenth uo.vtmr.vT A CONFIDENCE GAME the enormous crop nnd partly to a fear Webster, chaplain of engraving nnd printing to pre tluo eight miles an hour, tho limit unknown,' the haud of fellowship has m.oiJtE.Nr. The story aWut the recovery of the reau plates for n new issue of bonds. I of appendicitis that bus Wen engen- consin, opened with prayer. Addresses vided for and without Wlls. About Wen clasped; "no north, no south, no pi of some of the Greely party Is pare McKlnley'a sincerity In asserting Itrpulillran Sharps Vuttlnr Up Job on W. II. Upham. ex riders Mondny bones dered. All fears of the grape seed were made by Oov. Such lavish decorations have nover McKlnley. Peary Gov. went, but one America, ono twentt-llv-"showed bicycles disgnst at Mon- - not generally credited. ofLieut United that nt no time did his tarlll Jaw ion ought to be allayed when such author Oovernor Hoard, W. W. Watklns,v before adorned plctureque Chattanoo- cast, no their tilwnys enduring union. n:..ht Oh, yes; there will certainly be a rethe representative and oth-erIty as Dr. Hunter Mcliulre.of Virginia, chairman of tho stato board, nnd yards of bunting action by riding up and down assured n there was no trum in . to yield all needed, revenue does not affirmation of the doctrine of protecga. Ynds Tho end of tho celebration, tho con- dsv streets of Sewickley with cow- Press that brilliantly In the face tion for protection's sake In the repub hays that there is no danger. In n restream over the streets, nnd climb the nnd the and others of the party .corroborated shine forth very The exercises attendant upon tho poles, nnd deck tho paintings of fa- summation of Webster's "Liberty to their wheels. And cent discussion of this subject Hr Union, one, now and forever ltieparn bells attached Nevertheless, the crew contend of these disagreeable facts.remedy all llean platform of uext year. him. ald that In nil the operations he trnnsferof the Indiana monuments to mous generals which greet tho eye for of Mil ton It. Oens. " Mr. Quay, soya so. Mr. Piatt says so. remolns wero dis- he can suggest by way Is restoration Miutdv l!!oiuiiir. it Is a fact that such had ierfonned for appendicitis he had tho government took place nt Lytlo evcrr now and then. Great arches of nblo a . our present dllHoultles Mr. Cullom" says so. Even Mr. Allison, St. An ex covered. Ark., Sept. iTTi.K . a single grape, tomato or 11111, as tho ridge south of tho Dyer light over-arcstreets, und private never seen and tho THE SPEECHES of his of Iowa, who can never be brought to was given on tho Arkansas A Hoy's Terrible Ml.take. house Is called In memory of (leu. homes sport flags and colors galore. cherry seed. Ing tariff. Trace, cursion make a positive declaration of any Sunday night in Honor oi ouuge rm-I.ytle, who was killed there. It Is a The mllltnry re tew will W the fcaturo At the I'ark Dedliatlon llreatbert 24. Charles Pa., Sept llAZLRTorr, It Is just as well to keep these facts sort, has gone so far as to say that Uie and Hood Villi. speeches son's decision that n woman could (Yinner. aped 19 Years, shot and In once a veritshort dlstanco north of tho Widow of Friday's festivities and will bo a KlMisiox,.lamalcn, wns of recent political history in vlow. "the republican party must not deCil ATTAMKHiA 'opt.'.'O. Tho Tho on tho street. for the germination of the Olenn's house, (icn. M. 0. Hunter was grand mllltury display reviewed by able hot-WHoward, Long-.ii-n- wr.ir bloomers bloomers, nnd nil went stantly killed his mother Sunday The people want to so fair play. part from itt historic doctrine on any of Gens. G..doii. women wore a master of ceremonies. Tho They ore not greatly Impressed Just night In their home ut Harwood. yellow fever plague. Now It is Vtco President Adtal H. Stevenson, Palmer. Scholleld nnd others we II question" the boat was returning nt 3 Ciiattamkmia, Tenu., Sept, 50. health resort How was tilts change Sccrrttiry Latnont nnd other distin- that characterized the ceremonies of a m. until struck u snag, and sank In mother entered tho room to put dow n now with democratic capacity In gov "Its historic doctrine" on the tariff It Michigan, met wrought? Ily the forcible Introduc- Loomls battery, of guished guests. F.uch stnto has sep- tho dedication Thursday Ureatlieil a snsllow water with fifty excursionists n window, fearing rain. The boy took ernment, but they will not npplauil question Is written In tho history of its twonty-thlrtime arate aud special exorcises. Minnefrom years of uninterrupted control of tho solemn-facea burglar, nnd before discovertion of grxid sanitary regulations for Thursday for tho hpintof unity. pal.iotUm nnd fraterThey wero covereu wun her for mistake ho fired and killed her this which tho Kngllsli people arc distin- nnd dedicated separately ns a regiment, sota has tho handsomest monument on nity that defied tho place. It was ab- on board. ing his republican party lenders danWd all government, during which it decreased afwhen they got ashore. mud Ho walked to town and over with a record of financiering reckinstantly, guished. Once Kingston csme under their beautiful shaft, Thursday tho battlefield. Missouri Is the only solute peace, loo nnd good will in tho the internal revenue taxes on the the control of a llrillsh Wmrd of health ternoon a large number of Michigan stato which has erected monuments lo midst of nrinci men and warriors. nt I.lipmlnu nnil Negntinee. gave himself up. Tho shooting was less and demagogic beyond anything Instrumentalities of wealth to somo and yollow fctcr vunlbhed. A firm veterans witnessed tho dedication of both her union nnd confederato regiMich . Sept 34. All is purely accidental, nnd tho boy has kuown to tho nation in years. Spring- and Increased the tariff taxes on tho Gen. Longs rcct gavo vent tho monument to tho Michigan engi- ments. Illinois monuments nro tho very advanced American sentiment in race in Ishpemlng nnd Negaunee Wen released on ball. health hand In Havana would have field (Mass.) Republican. mass for the Wuefit of favored Indusllkn result, but no Spanish bund us neers' and mechanics' brigade at Or least prepossessing but tho most dura- defense of the Monroe doctrine, and Monday. The mines are nil resuming tries. That is the "historic doctrine" Algor and MoJ. ble. Younfitnwn I'olltlclan Declared lutane. PARAGRAPHS. - w ith such forces of men ns can be chard Knob. POINTED ever of that kind. agolnst foreign Invasion on this contiof the republican party on the tariff COLUMN'S, O., Sept 34. A special tho Army of Fox mode tho prluclpal addresses. bo two Tho annual reunion of to advantage. It will .Republican enthusiasm for 1890 questlon.whlch Mr. Allison insists must O., states that r tho CumWrland wns held Wednesday weeks Wfore they will W working from Youngstown, solicitor for the is decidedly on the decrease as the not be abandoned, It looks now as If tho naptlin or peGen. Charles II. In tho Charles 1L Strock, the prnc-tleevening, Iflth, with troleum carriage has reached lull handed, owing to water AU this, however. Indicates more of years representative prosperity of the country Is on the In wagon can bo Manderson, tho Tho Ironwood county eltv and for four alair- - A two-selower levels. disappointment than of triumph for aWut SW0, not any more ns orator. The Army of the morn- of Mahoning county In tho legislature, crease. Chicago tnrontcie. Iniught for growth of the ttnto militia went homo Monday Insane nnd will W With tho addition this year. Mr. McKlnley. The in popular favor 'rnmii.Hsen w us nresent and tho socno than a man would pay for a good horio ing, nud the othcrcompanice will leave has been declared torlff law bo taken to tho insane asylum at Cleve- made or projected, of eight hundred democratic Itcosts about one. was an Insplrlug Monday night or Tuesday. and carriage. In franco dangerous for the republican thousand spindles lo me cotton luius makes It reassert Its tariff doctrine, but land. thirty or forty cents a dav to run ono Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept St. Kolittrd tlio Till. in tho south, representing an invest- party to In tho United Frhlay. tho third of these vehicles, but lUllef Came too Late. Special Dispatch. Is a political necessity of fifteen million dollars, doesn't that iVassertlon Richmond, Ky., Sept. 31. Harney States where coal oil Is much cheaper 'Vtft ' lie avoided. Tho party day of tho ilcillcaiory exercises, Cincinnati, Sept 34. At fi.40 Mon- ment Kcllcy, a leading shoo dealer of this Mr. McKlnley see how Illogical he is which cannot Wyond n doubt tho wisIt would cost considerably less. Tho when tho cool wnvo was adroit as possible In presidential candidate? N. Y leaders will be asIn city, was robbed of S73 In cash nnd a day morning, new motors have taken tho forms of poor heat viotim died at the as a dom of consecrating to tho pcoplo of the platfprm, and giving it voice of shoes by n journeyman shoe- well In. a hospital. It was Potcr World. pair the fashionable carriages of tho day, difficulties the United States tho battlefield of ago the exportation they will not Increase their candidate who effected nn entrance Into Cincinnati maker, Three years g5wJ l1'U"t'ririllM thlcknmnttga. It hns Wen n veritable Just as the first railway enra or car33, colored, of 7 McAllister street, by nominating ns the party of gold and a correhis storo by opening tho back window. of n few millions riages, as they still oall them In Kng "love-feast- " of tho blue and tho gray, who was overcome Sunday night man who would give tho tariff plank Tin thlof escaped. sponding shrlnkngo of tho gold reserve a meaning which they do not want the land, were patterned ofter tho atago and when tho curtain Is rung down no nttentlon. a Coiulft. Jlake Counterfeit Money. would havo attracted QKS. JAMES U)"08TltF.F.T. coaches. Saturday tho scar across tho breast of people to see Itt It FitAMfFOitT, Ky-- , Sept 34. The off, 'llio Kcpiibllo of Cttl. Hut now, since wo havo had a practical fair young America will havo Wen to- nent. Gen. O. O. Howard spoko of relThey aro playing another confidence of tho Frankfort ponltcntlnry Illustration of the evil effects that can Tampa. Fla., Sept 31. Lottcrs re icers McKIn-leyisIt is tho general opinion that earthVictor and van- igion and churches, and Ucn. Gord"U tally obliterated. Monday discovered that somo of tho result from n raid on tho reserve game. They propose to have Cubau quakes ro always of brief dtirntlon. quished, enptornnd ciiptho, hnvo mut Immortalized tho deeds of those wl" ceived Monday by prominent without McKlnley. St Louis wero making counterfeit through our beautiful system of paper 10th An eastern scientist oxplodcs this idea together; with wild hurrahs from both on either side, fought for what tin v leaders here, state that on tho was convicts Republic of tho silver quarters and dimes inside of by a reference to the history of selsnilo sides tho stars and stripes wero swung thought right on tho field of Chu n.t inst, a constitutional convention Mas-t- o tho walls. Somo of the money has currency, tho fluctuations In McKlnley'a speech at the openaro watchod In somo quarters held nt Nujasa, at which llnrtola disturbances In Japan, whero n cure fill Lamont, nnd manga and eUewhcro thirty jears to tho breeze ocr Camp several days with anxiety. Hut there Is no occa-lio- ing of the Ohio campaign he Ignorant-l- y was elected president of tho Cuban been put in circulation; record of earthquake sliocus lias tcen sionuMitsT to nEoutan u. 8. CAVA1.11V. l.vcry whero harmony provnlls. feature of the day was tho ora- republic. since Warden George concluded tho and stupidly gave a side blow to for any uneasiness whatevor. As kept for hundreds of years, Ono series Tcnn, Sept 30. blue nnd gray nra commingled, Tho Chatta.noooa. night tho fraternal of work was being done by the convicts. long ns Cleveland Is president and CarSenator Sherman that must have hit shocks lasted from thoyciir7 to Steolal Dlspatch.1 Tho first day of ofllcinl budge of tho reception commit- tions and Thetho of dedication is almost m Filibusters Not Guilty. He made a thorough search nnd found lisle secretary of tho treasury the gold tho sorest spot He said: "Ohio re remarkable that tho year 70J. H dedication ceremonies duwtied on tee Is of bluo and gray rlbbou. Tho nnd the martini crowds begin to a'. Wilmington, Del., Sept. St. The n,o -- rndn nlaster casts In which the reserve, our national credit nnd tho pu bllcans nre firmly and resolutely dewas left of Japun after on the anything of the a crowded nud golly caparisoned city. dccorntlons further tho unity sentinwny. jury'ln the trial of tho alleged Cuban quarters wero molded and someHabbltt people's money will W protected. termined on having two republicans In experience of that sort There wits Tho fooling that sho Is witnessing tho ment. Tho town Is thoroughly on fot?. tor llibusters, after Wing out fifty min-Jtc- metal, which was dcomposod of guilty Louisville Courier-JournaA CATASTROPHE disturbance of the the United States senate. Wo intend alio a continuous glass. Tho pulverl-cmilitary pagennt of tho Over the principal thoroughfares nro greatest republican returned n verdict of not guilty. metal and not yet been discovered, earth's crust in the year 677 for three times pervades Chattanooga; mar- paintings of Uoxcer.nns, Ilragg, Thomas, NarrmvlT Averted on the Lookout Mount Senator Sherman Is one of the to give Senator Sherman a tho scandal parties havo Wen It wns greeted with cheers by th but several convlctsjaresuspoctod. hundred consecutive days. It Is mtlto tini strains innko tho nlr rodolont, and LoucBtrcot, Gordon, Sheridan, D.tvfs, ivlsest men In tho republican party. Kcolleague." As It has aln lUllrou.l Two trains 1'ollhle, rowd assembled in tho court room. common for earthquakes to last from tho B.500 acres which comprise tho Grant nnd Leo, surrounded by Hags tut tho blunders Into which he leads of Ohio politics for thirty odd years ClIATTANOOO.X, Tunu.i Sept. '1 ScboouerTluks and Crew Drown.. twenty to soventy tluya. party nro tho most tremendous that Sherman had always Intrigued to al ,.,. national mllltarv park nro for nnd appropriately Inscribed buntiog. train said to have been in charge i f Sept senHsca.naua, Mloh., Gen. Kolioll9lit'n Sucojasor. night s gale auder which republicanism suffers. help the election of a democratic have years In Near tho Center dopot, whero tho tho bupcrlntondcnt of tho Lookout In thirty-tw- o New Yohk, Sept 31. Tho World the prevalence of Sunday Tub agricultural south will havo a tho first tlmo of goes by ator In off years o that he would mo mulllluuo enmo into mo city, is ino Mountain road, ran past tho s.vii' R. Williams sank 1'ho silver purchaso net which the uluo nnil Lieut. Gen. John McAllister Scho-lol- d tho schooner Charles far more extended exhibit at Atlanta thn oossesslon was a terrible mistake. If o no rival for the presidency from his . i.nmoni, wnoso adHive-cemotto: "Our Fiercest llattlegronnd, where It slrould lmo met tho H ' uiys: will retire ns commander-in-chie- f gray. Danioi nnd all on board are reported to have his name unintentional signifithan It had ot tho World's fair. by those tho Seal of our Hverlattlng Union." train nnd a collision ensued 1'iuluv consisted of Capt lemocrntlo congress had not Weu own state, the Wen lost Tho crew f tho army on September 39 nnd Ncl-.ocotton and tho pinch of hard times ministration Is mado famous stewardess; sleeted to repeal It tho country would cance of McKlnley' remark must have by Lamont's urrlval was Uio occasion of evening, firemen Is hero accompanied Fnglucers nnd A. Miles will at onco move to Hunton, .Maggie Dennett, havo taught tho farmers of tha south celebrations. The Wen appreciated by all who heard It W In bankruptcy. cargo Adlal Ii. Stevenson, and tho finest military dlspluy over given both trains Jumped and escaped n Washington ns senior major general In the mate ond four sailors. Tho Chicago Chronicle. I to develop uow resources. Tho use of Vlco President congressional represenwhich ho mado nt Spring Bouth; tho Infantry, nrtlllcry jury. Tho unglnoerof tho In tho N was 570 tons of Iron oro from Lscanaba cotton seed as fod- tonatorlal and ommnnd. tho tho effect thnt tho repub. There is. reputnblo authority for tations from nearly every stato in tho nud cavalry of Ctimp Daniel S. Lamont train reversed tholevor before Jumpin wonderful Toledo. The schooner wns In tow Sold, O., to to der has brought about tif tor Wing stopped, tho train begun party will undertake to reestabcolumn at tho I'orost I'lres In C'nnada. steamer Snntn Maria, but the lican McKinleyijui, Is another great stating that the boom of every repuba good substitute union. As at the destructive bnttlo of formed In double commanding, dopot and run down grade. J no eoiuiuci of the It Is said to ho nud to to Klnosky Falls, Que., Sopt 34. Hlg Marlu lost her about 9 o clook lish lican candidate for the presidency has Chlcknmauga, tho northwest Is hand with Col. Poland climbed into tho cab before it ir.im''' by for hay and Is tho cheapest food that orost fires aro ruging ull uround tills whet tho tow lino parted. Monday nlstuke. It hi likely. If approved tho Wen sidetracked, and ayet It remains cotton seed tomelv represented. Tho governors of tho mtislo of tha Sovcutccnth Infantry, hi'iidway, however, and brought it After th cau bo bought. that nomination moral certainty iKttliwinl i.iiiVMIitini..--svlll morning lb" WI1IIW topmast was tho party, to prove as disastrous as a score of states aro present Sixth Infantry nnd Third nrtlllcry htntidstllt. lloth trains wero chhmI.1 iluco. So dense is tho smoke It Is .... i. I1141UO - IIJT is relieved of its oil, the hulls nre fed more thun staffs, and somo St tho thorn aro bunds, escorted film to Camp Lniuoiit with Among the '" to say how serious tho Qres ore, ......ii sticking out ofThe water nearwat original republican policy of protection Detroit FreefcWC MHvlWltHt tha with their Williams Press. to tho cattle nnil thus return to Ishind. ,.m Hoston Post, for monopolies. on tho battlo grounds. Fivo it. Inciniffl lrti .......w... jurcii vnn ti i.. i urrinu, of Chicago, a ut It Is curtain that the loss to lum- MarMn's l.i ria. 0. sroiind onco more. Tho uso of cotton camping at progrnmmo was n soul- - book agent, whoso right leg was Vro Friday' will lo very heavy. observation towers, seventy feet high, bermen teed as fodder has caused an enormoui Uv Won erected by tho government, tlrrlog one. Under a mammoth, tent en at the ankle, lacrcase litoflkjntlittgrt-- Ilr the nw of mechanical ilerlcei now THE NATIONAL PAKK. mployrd It is mid that a workman cm make tlio "bodies" for 400 hats n day. Ily the liiind process ho could only prsv Dedicating Ceremonlea on tho Bat pare four or flto. tlefield or Chtckamauga. HAMULI, Fii:lhkn, ence sentenced to be hnnged, then sent to tho penlteu tlary for life, thou pardoned by dor, TIMor and Tanqnltlisd, f'sptor nd Cap-IMart In l'cacs Whirs One Wat AltgchL. Is now cultivating n Colorado lllndilitird I'nw.rful Orations tf fnrm, where nothing but prulrlo dog Nott.il Orator. Macnlrlrrnt farcan to hit glib tongue. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, fcj'., ' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 181)5. CUBAN LIBERTY. began. OcOS. f A FIERCE BATTLE. Mlolmmrv lililxit nnd three on at noon the exercises'" Tennessee, nnd thnsfl Itee-jJli- t) VOL. XXX. NO. 40. LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. CALL AMD 8KK TJ8. ENVELOPES, II . ... M ,. op-Hir- e - 1 Tyy "' Aa - AF..T.-I..1- mn-lerto- ,.., j,, ed duty-payin- ln-rall- e si x g world-famou- man-face- d c. dc-ote- l, ri, i i il, 1 .rmrviAtAirr,rt-i"yf,, tol,n 'h t.,ir ' Vnr-mh- 'ii ; -- ,,(. w-- 34.-P- Chica-mang- JkvT e , 3l.-Of- llcer rf o ever-abidin- Mc-gul- I UtK-K- h deficit-breedin- g debt-lncrcn- r d d d stone-throwin- g Kx-Go- it 1 allver-tongue- d d Mil-lct- t, rfit ago-Th- n to-da- y i 1 -- s, l. 34,-U- long-neglcot- ta V. - yC k . 1 o w fe??-ez- &tJ.i2Tt.4MttxXl kttfJ.-i''----- r ! -- t.n4' .VV .' " : ,f . i '&, 0 rwjmii'ww n'.ui imm1! ru fcfWfti 'TlS'orvthino WA4WL teSEAAtfWWsi.teft ..f.MH Beiilfcls P'WmF jj.ji'.wy WlMaJ iwoijiw wjw,pri.'KWt.tfp1 rt wjr HmiwPinwwmwirajW iwm p.mJJmy'ryJwMJwTl HI .i II m PJ ai 5J at Cost ami less, in order to nuke room for new goods. For tlio NEXT THUEE IKEEKS we jviil sell every article of Glassware and Qiicensware on our shelves at cost and less. Don't delay. Come early and secure Bargains while they last We Have 8ssn Srantea uml will tolerate i Psion! on Low Prices, ' I Utertior;. ,.Inl forn 1 jalt! that iiiliinp'iurnt. direct for Ilcatl- - few moinentn. Tl.nt will lie sullcient to convince you be-- Don't inalu a mistake in buying minds, but (jinvrtcr!. We cover the entire IV in the various lin I am uflVring some of the t values you have ever seen in unJer our two roofi, and carry lluu-- Ctoilsifiig, BSais, .My Shoes GJoocts, and larger Htocks cm Kentucky. !SI 1 rtvi Wc . are Solo Agent ilian tiny other in West for and control many diver- Fnrnisliing ASkSwKrt-uvPK- f. sified plants, and arc in a position to lielp our customers in fr VI P ek n y as tJVUfll Ct 1 IS5 i ih 20 ibs Granulated Sugar. lbs best Green Coffee, Arbitrator flour, (has no equal), A good Flat Saddle, A. good Set Muggy Harness, fl 9i.nu 1 . . Ww. v ersvy-ittJ- i'? VfcO;Vi.xy1 "atiC-sjMa'.- fc - Avoiding The Lanffuatre of Bianfcets. 9 Ol a Low Waterloo. Prices Exe uplifted Uere a Is ! Stock is jeasasg, aVVM-W- T Bigger, Better and Cheaper Than ever. EVERY "RESIDENT AND VISITOR in the city mtme2uz m 1.00 4.50' .2.50 0.00 r S.sico 00.4U Rilvanoo K) 1 Pnco $l5.d8G Saleji CLOT ilNG. Men's rtlt where Usurps shriek liko 5o 5o 5u oil '.: M3" 10 torrent. Choice Timothy Seed. All other GooiN just as low. 4, R r- - portyle ft Tlicro enn be no question "II thnt All Wool ftlisnkots 50 Gray HLiitkotR 50 10 I Gray BlankotH . 2 00 Good Comforts, 100 150 175. 3321E3S il GGQSS. Just peeping ovenho hnrlsou, soon to ilawu opin tho world of Fashion. Flrflt rooeyglpames now nddlui,' luster und majesty to onr Dress Gno(l4 Dcpailiiient. ail in. Scotch Cheviots 35 HO in. Imperial Sorgo . JI5 1 10-1 -- 10 tt) 4 WtlU 1 White ninirf;els 75 I wnttr tiiankota 10;ikotMk-..M.li0- .... r0 Moil's all iV0yHaItB" Vnpr7U ,.SJ9r0 ,.7T!7!v "7 10 12 11 Men's Hlikl.npleli days Men's Bind Hnlish Clays Men's lilacs Knplisli Clays Men's (lnf inportcd much ofi'ect' 00. 50 00 50 00 Heavy Yd. wide Domestic... Heavy Cotton Checks llouv Cotton I'luiiTlet.. Henry Aiirou Gliiuliurn Best nukiiii; any so. of Hiclcman slioultl oxnniiuo my stock ami price before purcliue-'- . It will lie to your advantage to ilo Mv (jou'ls.uie tlio best manulactnretl. Styles correct nml pi ices tlio lowest. Tho only liunau in ihu aialy line ol the IIH 'I Meu's BlrJCh6:ot Boy's Su'onl Suits 12 50 12 00 Amoskeg Stiirling Heavy never qnall llannol. .. I2 aa Humboldt .leant) All wool, twilled, medicated Flannel. N'av Bine medicated Flannel. lQ Oo Wluto Uomot Flunnol Feather Tieki; fllll " """ j mm Wilson Grcs., silrls anu Mw. 2 00 LIN HNS. Fuit colored Turkey Red Table Linen Best Oil Boiled Turkey Bed 20 C. AM BERG. KII.TON COt'.MV M'KliAV V.MO.V. best of Senicnblo mihI Standard the most beautiful of High Class Novelties In DRESS GOODS to be fonml in llickiuiiii. Novi-Itie1U tncti llgnrpil Mohair in pretty !. able effects worth 50a at s lnt li we tiro now showing grade, as well us " ' -- in. JJonele 'Jo 22 in. Ilourofe HuilliiB 50 In. Olnv WorRtend Serge. . . 7p .... 05 tt In. Impcilnl Sorgo 50 in. Lundsdowu Silk and Wool 75 3Sin. Clan unci High Und HS 3C Dims M Dollar savers. I ?v Null! 75 AVASI1 GOODS, LA BKLLU OniJAI'DM, like truth crushed to earth will riso again. It possesses tho charming qualities of never crushing crninplo it. It smooths out like tho oliiuigo from tears to tiuiilca Chiffion Orepe Silicon fl 3t2Dt 1 5-- 80 Inch 'onl Plnids for uist anil Dresses nt 50 nntl X53 cento. 38 Inch all wool Flannel, In all tho popular coloring!), worth 50 nt ftOo 30 inch nil wool Black Jack Gnnnl Suitim;, worth 50 and C5c, at lift mid "Oc In worth 75 18 inch all wool Storm Scrpe, Navy and Mack at 15 'JO A! Sateens Sateens r, 10 15 '25 Ladles' 3ntton Kid 8hoes. ..$1 25 Lailii'fi'Ijico So id I. fiit her... 00 1 50 Ladies Fino Kid Button Lndiea Custom Kid Shoes 2 25 Litest 8tjlo... Men'.iheavy p' d Calf Shucs 1 50 Meii'nlirai Oil Grain Shoes 50 Men's Dross Sliocs Ooiigiess 1 50 Men's Dreaa Hlmos Ounraii- t;od 75 McnMlnc Cordovan Calf, ... 2 50 foil's handmade cork soles, 4 00 liMther is higher, Shoes ore higher, yet onr pricen urc lower than last fall. 1 Grass Bleached Linen, DO inch35 es wido 75 Lnrco Doylies Fancy Doylies .1.00 Lirgo wblto Doyliee .012 Cotton Batting, per bunch MAGNIFICENCE. A display which can jnstlv claim to have no peer in all tho land. A slock to which all must accord tho palm. As a lit tine IntroducMILLINERY Tntlo Linen 50 SCHOOL TO CIIOOSK fOh.vilTTiy.MKX. j 1 1 mid to show onr determination to surpnsp all of our provibiii efforts, wo make, tfds remarkable offer. Clioluo of Six exquisito stjlew of new hato, easily worth $2.50 ut 1 tory to our Millinery Department At the late Democratic Slats Fnlton County anntlay-Scho- convention certain rules wero Union will meet nt Cayce laid down for keeping tho party Station .Saturday October It). organism iutnrt. Under that I'ROORAMMK. ruling, October fltli nt twoo'cloek 80 l'ralar 8eric. lOiHrriplura lUadlng and I'rarer. p. in., every preulnct in etcry 10 30 -- Hong will then nud there chooso Wclootna Addrt. by 8. II Jbnten comity U its Democrntlo oouimltteotnoti for the Caye Choir AjlteM-- U' 0. IVt,r.. lllfVrun. next four years. Hero Is the Tei!it Claimi of I'rnchit,g fcrtlo. tho Democintiu law untl o"very DemoOpiii tbe upi, (lrrtol dtecuulea f the Tnplo crat of every precluot lu Fulton ADJOURN VOU U1N.VKR. comity Is mlletl upon to rcspoot Tho ol (, rlini;--n- 130-- nt. MO-AdJi- eis-J B 25. Ilo Tople rht.lt w proale siuiy oy me pnpii.f dlreiiMiun nf Tor'c. -W. V.ltty l.'JrJi, Water Ilouiv it: ' County eni Irlilallf dlitrlet eom. mllt.ei ill oil eon. lit ef one member from each toting rreeiuet. to be ehraen Iku.; ton la prrelneia where, by law, eicb no a Uemocral. 81.00, nt Few of mnny 18 Inch nil wool Tlnid Cloaking, for Olilldren, worth inch fine Broad Cloths, all colors, worth il 00. Ht 75c 70c J V7V-VV- , , I, require-- !, Hill' Tnjile Hew to traJo the dun Jay Sihool Uiia.rlf to Ibei rot (leueral Uiieneilon. K ailen lolir 1 for Song. R Prane. TrtnlJent J fc'orJen Hr'y Ail dnnday-athowortero are co r J i a I ly luttted. Urlog your baeltct.. of ibe TOlei ooramttierBMB. 'he ilorllty fr an eieeutlee eetnniilteeraaa rectl'lng tt 1;, who aaall deelaro xhall and rl.lti lba bv eocait ihall prien iticri t Mra. T. Bargains We offer In our 4 el Staple Department. 25o " i'.m. i lima 33T3o 'f t u x ji npw-- i Flutuioi, 151)7" A colored Mnsonin Indgo woe 1 Instituted id tbe new U It. ut t H I nany eitile in Orate eountr Heverl Monday nl(!il. A nvciicr of mre per.ons hare lost alt their ecwrs anl h here of that rder were pirpent fron ditenie eontiuue '0 epread aud nothing Columb'is anl other ndjiinm" townii i ecetni to do it any ool Tbey were in 'e'llcu from 8 o'clock p d The May Held Idirror says that flrn- - 8, 'lie difeaie it killing n ;aod ML'ltPKU MOST I'Ot I.. lr IP YOU DQ 1(1(10 w wHi jpiii-mj,- S3r?150 lino j last year. Wnniona ena. n,M.nothing. Look, costs : 1 . until 6;30 ft. m. flLNfk. Wo lnnrn thnt on Snnday r ruing Clay Connelly, a son of Bobt. s Connelly, poBtmaatcr nt Con-ncl'y'- TAILOR MADE SUITS iprretnol romiuilirfniin. eieeulit eoointtir.a. "Tle tneailxri j( kll . fmr j.ftff of tbe prrelnot at -on Ut Saturday tallewlni; Ih a'eteci flnt dy of retiitrat'ou la frMiuete where It I. rtitutrtd, as I thin i.lrol rinlrrd the Peiuorrait hll aiaambt in In preclticte where res'(rHn ' ntl inoe-inttl- ?.'."!." a,.l BEST BRANDS CALICO Heavy Cotton Flannel, worth lOo, nt 8l3o P. tUi . 6ANDKR3 & BlOE. nt 7!. nnr harrnl e o...l ,WFM, by Tollnp the Rppilllonn Htskei.ir een lay from tho roll in Nofembr and Ivt What will any Democrat boen ofllered In Cumberland comn pain ty nt sixty-Ovcents. ih.l cattnu!l'jj)kr .. I....J ! ! 1 i Mndlng, l':iQtund-U:liuUUlcj:Pattcro- In thla county, jTlio murder wan too result of nn I aEaCli'tbSl :u to measure. We do tho most fori on. Values nnd good tils II o - rv tie Iternblicftne lipm? From I nit in ..orembrr will reffr.u. nn.ki., Democracy ani of tho party tokj e Apuiby in the will Olijuy ft splotnlltl trntle this fall' 7i Vr,n 4,'n ' a ,",;!n,"l witiT. Our merchant indicntion nickmau'i rlicnpcf .7 1" stocks Heavy yardwido Turkey Bed Table All wool knitting Brown Dom'tic, 5o. Cloth, 15c. Yarns, 00o lb. nil magnificent n it,; .rmr f will rulo evou that efttr member than Inst season. 1 ecry tr at 1 wver-eoa- t, old feud between tho Connelly brothers and the Patterson broth era Sunday ns ItHuy ow-nln- mir.iiicii, "n" Prices leave your order I Wtij MS? i v 1 t Best Carpot Warp, colors, 20c Id. F1---..- - &.--- 1 -- i. H vioiS r Seijoo! ijoes v-- 4 and Satisfaction Fit AMBBRC'S. jAt last Guaranteed. Year's Prices i S.J. namueij. some frioiils wore pasjlng Con nelly's liniiao they wero Mopped oy may conneiiy, his rntlier nud nitntncr tiroitur. ruiiersnu wa caught and bold by old man nnd Ids son Clay Connelly idiot him tvlcc in tho bank. Tho C.iiiiiicIIjp OHcnped immedi'ileiyi niter 1110 siiooi , going down tho nrer in a sUlfi. tinttrilT John soon nt ho letirnotl of the Hon, murder, gavo pnrauit, nntl up to this boui hr.d not returned. con-nell- y I'attirsiin hie brother Ilonry nnd Ml Sieilin;, Riebuead, I'unforl, nnnnunced rethe following nnnolnt- conrnilon, no per.an who hlldt a red-. a p . :" ",l" ? wi ,,w"' " i. iivi. . .i..,i.. .. ivirr, r.i'fwmiinif ,s r wiio n ... eaiidi . .l.h iirratic iinimurc for lilaillenant leuuiniiltreinan. anl lha h.xr.nlii. ..t Governor, COinmenrltlf isvpt. COtll either ibll eaeate IheitSMOffommilive can In cltlta, mid eudiug Get. 10th Innnt ant counliee llu .ellfllle, (tN.ow, MunfsrJiYllle, "here rvclatriilon ie not iuult I. ihe Kranafort. Qtarcet i, Willlauatiwn. rttciion of preeiael eieeutlve reurilliee-ewill take ptrce at Ihe earleto rctlo; I laiou-bCynthiana. t'trli, Hlnr,atr. Ireineliately afltr tbe Naieblvr 'Inli.ui in the year they are eboaen Tl.ry ctiow a ehlrinno ' Tbe lollowini; from the Mate prjatlui. It. T. TYLEH'S Al'POITMKXT.. linn rule tbowt at la ellfiKllity. Tho Democratio Committee tins i. to tbe rereene raiiil lir Ihl !, Die preelncl eenrallteemrn ee fltio.'o .hall een.tlluie the eountr and I(llatlr9 .. Sa.nukuh & Li.,,. Bin:. tirror are ll,tt eeimriM.r aiJ iiwttl eb.n, ih.lr lerrt. io i..r la IH '"iit n. - uciii-m.i- n , I)n-iilt- e. NOOMhV C5 f w itj:t.Tlllt't. COMMISSIONER'S SALE, JtUFUIlSI'IN. Mncow Kr. 8 I. 17. 90S. INVltititlATIKO ra7 Knit on riiculi luarl, lieuturltjr. The I'uf tilltllr fml.rro after being er HICKMAN, KY., tor wu.t run ir at nito rnoenu.ly dUirnn..d by Ihe efficient Itlll.d W. A Prawn, iMaintlff, honorable vrleiioarian lJev. Thorne, of tho Prosby. l aneee.a POt7Za,S!ja.2N. nail fariurt'a Irii.tactgr, ha.amiplied the 1 Klily. ful salntt FUIDAV : : : : bpt. 27, 1895. trlan Church, ntloiitd At Tif.tnnill, T I) RrowD, Defend ant J Tcnn , prearlicd at tho Metboilist olmrch thell aod a baltlir, full detelot ed larved Wo aro noi ntln-jwith onr lc, there aunday oight. lly virtue of a Judcment and order et fore our Aid Wnttr la nlwiyx cool an ciiel who will dhom on lb rleelion ihf lea can roakc il. Vfi uie Iho natural fundeat hpe f tho oranitallon The rale of lL Fulton Cir ult Court, rrndateil 7 Boys' Combination Kneo rareneu. preed for olTlec ball In'adfd Ihe al the .September lirtn llivreof, lHVk, tit fruit Juice nonicUFitly our ilrmis arc Suits, 2 pair Paula nud Gap to inlei firraidcof imr friend Hiram Klrby, Ihe tbni rauae fur the turn of tblrly i'llcfaiis of Fulieti county Ky , and like ilo match with each suit. aeven hundred and Two and 2i 10--i djl-N- r Corn got he ring Is near nt hand & COiVl.ia.rTe. worni luagteedy tblrai rnr )lillel "lib tulercil at ihe rai pf U tee 0nt Baltzcr & Shaw. proniinenee hat taken from tho kind per anniiiu Irum the 17ib day of Mr. Tom Noonau spent Sail' wift-- , of n I'nin LEVKE Hiram Klrhy haa hpen nomiami tho raany, I IKM, until paid, aad Ihe cc.la Im:ATEl. day in Fulton. many Vim! aeaoclationa of l.i. many herein, .bail prno.cd to offer for aalo at nated lj ttie Popiilidi of llickmrin tnd neighbor and Th Moeenw Con- - Ihe rouil brue door In lllrimau, Ky.. u llirlr caaJiJtte for (be Orercoats hnvo boon in do fiillon io Tlio Dyersbnrg Guzetto says riumn, 011 ibd friend. 1 1, n iai' legiahtlure. nftt llHly Ibe hiehe.t bidler. al I'UIII.IC A LlTTIOS inand thin work. that upon tlio face of tho returns, Ihe once happy hnie, and let Ihe ou Mondiy. ihe Mth day of Oitober .!, An A. P. A., lotlrro was orrnn. tho olection lieltl lu the counties' rejull he for or almt him, Iho lebaceo at Due o'clock-- , p ei , or tlicreauant (Ivingt Mr. Thos. Lctlford returned fizf'l In Fulton Inn rtk nub n largb ol Obion, I.nke, Dyer nml Lauder- - I. if will in Ida end be deJIrnyel, and the County Court day) upon a eredit vf Sis MonJay. fru'u CbattiiDocij-iiHTjboralilp. mJe up or a nutnher of" raor Whole !.! I and Twelve month. The 8. V, qr Sec. U7. dalo composing tho leveo tllstilnt, worm dlelhIV'iiii)erala nr Kepiibllcane, Clonn np yonr premises nt the' Inidl02 buiurj nifn of the town. for T. I, K. tt, W, lie followlpc has resulted in it victory of thoso ILU ad cataelrophy ? ones nJ don't neglect It auy lunger. properly, to wit; The S K, jr, of 27. fSfA nico clean homo nml btic. HV nfwfiiiH An iv ALT, iv oirriV opposed to tho asKcssmenL for Ihe uemocrate are Gehllnc for tinlly T, I, R .1, Weal, and known ao theHl -- 100 botuo Bushels Seed Whent that is in style, will make your Look ih up. We will tavo you money. claim plaro ot T. I) Utown, Coutalnlns I0O Fall njilliijery lovco purposes. It rernilreil n , I ril harmnny, nkd Ihe S. A. WADE. . weethenrf woara sweet smile, go j for.Bsle. ooutrul or n few office acre, alto 2 ktrfi him; on Ihn tJoulh fourth iiuijorify of tho voters to If ,l,,Jr o''l My friends nil.l customers tiro onrrv tho Biaoio anu get It. Bd. UnrrlH nntl GhnrHo Travis, iu u. 1 j, wlilln iir 'h'l 'hey would U aallellad with anolli.r part of lb North Eaal qr. ol fcvo 27, Tt t, ' II, ,'i, Wtt, and apjcdnlDc the aald homo et Union Pllj, wtre In ibe city Sund.y. uumiaiiy invitou 10 call ami seo A movement is on foot to or-- ' on the North and ot the very latest ideas, tlio most Olub in this el'y in xanln a Scant majority, tho tlglires atraylns fellow ollti:na Ibe cordial luel placeUnmet tract, eirrpt known heoffpart thx The noxt Dyer County Fair ij 61 ibo of fwsjs.c2.E3 creations, tho freshest, now befliro UH. tho levee propO-- , latlon io oome and abide with ii. and North tide of aald O'JJ acre acrra ae'Uneil nur futuro, Cliiba will ulto ho or. begins on October 8tli And il to run uulil tract (jinieJ in every vollus: preclnot Id tba brightest, nud best of ovorythlng sitlon Instead of carrying by threo '"'P "'" pu'don of thla ero of party' lo raid T. I) tlrown a. a homestead, all of tliefr.ulng of tho l'Jlli. onn'y '' (tonin.ni of ih peopi. n,j for aal I Und lylnf In Kill I on Co, Ky. Or cV in iMiiiiuery tlio stylo and beauty toonohns hardly n" majority f ryWiitch Olmlus, solid gold of which is far beyond nny thereof Good roadii r.ro one of the 100 it, tho section composinrr tho i?'"' ' ",u "h '.'.V? ruflicienl ordered to produce theoilauma of nud plated. Just received nt money ao to 'o made ef ti nece4kltiet In ih" Jnnfcmfnl of a town Season, nml at prices aston- llliatriet. Icaril thnt there IS and iiractlce. and who hath In hear South Hide thereof For llin piir.how pneo Dr. Sam Self, son of Mr. S. J. Buok Buos. or ciuuly, nnd no iroirity eao como to CITY DEMOCHATIC CLUB. ishingly low. All of which will some tllssatlnrnction In recartl to ni mind and hearts io undrrttand. to the piirchii.fr, with approved Solf, of tlila County, died, ne.nr evcurlly or be Oil display Mini Mnry Noounn ia vialtiiig a (oiuinunity iinlojn lie publte ruaud are tho manner of holding tho elec- come ami milM in maintaining all tbo aeouritlce mu.l execute Hum, bearing Ie. In good cobdllloa. The. Prmocratlo Voleri nf tlio City ' j Marinndnke, Ark., on Monday last an fearloaly adeootlcd principle and gal interest frnm the day of eala until her brother, Mr. John Noonati ut tion nml that there will bo nu ef- practiced by our are etlled tsSTNow lot $2.50 Canslmoro Ho was mi excellent und promts-iu- Hickman September to rneel ut atCity lb. Thursday, Fridaynd Saturday Fulton thl woek. Mondiy, fort on tho part of soma of t lip Iben whau the pollH IXiuooratio enc'itoro paid, and bavlna; lb force nnd eiTeal o( the 31ih 8 o'c'u-pyoung man. ara alined and JnJgioenl. Ilid.ler will lie prepared to Kereuy Pants. $3 dollar ninntl m , to imniliialn Unndldalej for O citizens of Lnko county to throw counted no are l on Iho run to eomplr promptly with tbeee terma. It Is mnch cheaper to buy nes, tiook, costs nothing. There appears to bo n great Cnunoil and elect itliccr. ,'l PeniOvr. . of nest wcok. Itcniember tho out the volo of some, if not nil, a uore perfect proiperliy lime unit other dininfcotaou thaa it is Judftmenl, 3,702 Cd hat elncti 0 20 Sandkhs ft Bice. de'tl of alckne4 Ihrounhoui the onuutry, are will In toyoter In NoTei.,r.er pn ,n ditto aud don't fail to como. A of tho prnnnctn of this oonnty, J T. Minn. to psjr dociort' billa. Int. to day of tale, 16 M cl inllrd In; )iMint and jidn erei-- whore, and tho general Iraprojelon nice stylish lint to bo given nway charging that poll tax receipts Coite, 101.00 M H. HIKW. I'rts Parker OiTl dollars for 0 values in from Mr. Jan. 0. Monday, returnod iteiU8 to t that bolh I lie wnlorand olnns Loaves of Bread for 10c. Wr.'l to the ono thnt guesses nearest were not presumed by vntorn, anil IllcVman, Ky , 8ei,t. 'Joth 1803. Cliultatmofn orercd all pliere are imperially at ,hU ranis. Look, costBMipthlng. oytr nllh mtdala anl badges, haein nnd II U ii);5esioJ 114 b. remedy and pretho number nf Indies Hint uro hero it is claimed that if Dyer county Cream Bread 2 for 15 conts, nt Total to U raited, 3.8'JO.l'd a Sandkks" Hiok. Wji. P.Gr.YUR, tMkeii part in the drdlcatlon of tho ventative Hint the pcorle boil aud (liter W,P.TAVI.0R, 011 those throe lnjH. were thrown out tlio leveo would KtfBeceivcd tho first ot nf Chicknruut;a battle field. Mailer Commlitloner. their drluklns an J cooklnc water ADDIH h JONES. Mrs. Atldie Jones nntl Mrs. carry. trosli tJvstera this season at Win. VINhOX ESOAFEI). V. C. Cl. Ln Harper rnturnol fr ai Ht Jiili Iou Tho colorod Mothodist conThirty men. bent on lynching F. Geyor's, Uxed up in nny etjlc. TO TIIEDE3IoT'RATSOF FULTON' da, on ulraiiifr UelU of Memphis gregation hold serviced in their n ne?ro murderer, tried to hold up a A FEW OF OM BARGAINS Gain Vinson who nssnnlted .las. fOU.VTV. Mr. HBnchanaii nitonded tho Some of tho weather pronh- - new church Sunday nnd Su inlay "aihellle ft Clinltniionga tr.iln a) Cam leu fio Collins was urrosted Tlitirsdny in .....n-- . 1.. .1.1.. In puriuineo nf tho oil la.ited by Iho Gold Plated Collar Button, of tlio celebrated Orpin i '....:.. Hntnrdiy They nnu(ed In i;o to Johnaon ...i rin )unm,i uurt in inm Ht;uiltlll tilgiit. c Solid Silver Belt Pin, 2io tbo coiintrv bv ofllcor Ilnrnnln. ellle, whillicr lliey heanl the ncr'ro had Brigade nt Bowling Green, tins Stale Central Committee uf the within tho next (hreo weeks. -- Hot wood Boono, requeitcd to inret Gold Plated Stud Set, V3r' 7" who shot nnd been carried, tut conductor IJ.jytm re- - week, nml la now in St, Louis. i50iUnwas brought to this city by In man convention ftt your reeprctlvo eST.l dollars for 81 vniticR In killed young lly at Clinton week before fused to niuve ihe train till lilt V fnt off. 35n tho nlilnor out nxpressod a dosiro Solid Silver link Buttons, day of place on l il, wis t Itbtuon, Tho Bov. J. W. Waters, ..f KiMnit (Stiurilty) Ibe nth o'c'nek October Gold plated Hlgiti Watch Patita Sanduus & Bice's. few tUye urieetf'l atrplurned to Tenn , a They Lad pild thor way frnm HoPorr 5 0o! to bo carried diroct boforo J ml go P. il nt 'J Clinton. ItdcU Io Conjdcn, but ha J no ruouey to go Huntingdon, Tenn.. n former put-to- r 1M5 ajo and Splentlitl Selection of 25olNaylor at Ilickinnu. Look, costs nothing'. promptly, and proceed () eleot n mem Tea Spoon), A roward of il'iQ had been offered for hie furllirr. Karly yoBlonla.y morning Mr. NEW hero, will prench at the Aletii. her of His County Democratic Rxrcullre Tho largest stock over in tho city. is lively Ihoeo days nrrent BOOKS, The town Thero Is n tnovemont on foot to ofllat church noxt Sunday mora-lu- Conimilleo for your votlnit precincl; nnd Everything In Jewelry, tho latent llnrpolo act out for Hiokmnn with nt tna hiiuj-ro- d with lli merry Kr-Kolot 03o Jenns Pants hate tbe public round in front of Iho ynu will make out a certificate of ald Htylesnt nml night pupils going to and from tcLoo!. tho very lowe?t price. Vinson. Uicn ho got about election, atxned by tlio 1'hxirrr.nn nnd on lai. Doublo Ht'wed. Bust on Coll. co graded off, anccd in aud khade STATIONERY, Buck Bhoh. "throe miles from town Vinson ex- Messrs J. Ros? McKlbhlen, Secretary of said mnai raeeliuK oa to who Spot Cash I treiv eet out, in order that the pupils may Over ill Stoddard county, Mo., eat th fur tho price. Ipreuscdn deslro tn get out n tno- m nnd IVhuney nrrir in 114 was elaoted m suoli committeeman and bne tnoro rnom for uxerciro ThU Is n K. W. o the paper at, farmer h'h CdiiirHoitn Sandbrs & Hick. A Inrtro number of thn nlti- - ment. liaipolo not suspeoting mom in the rlf hi dlreotion, and we hope cily WeduceJav in Hie inlere.t of t'19 forward tame to Ctiaa II hone, (0 deliver nsw enrn at 12 And I'd rco'e NBTIONS, &c. , of Ihe DumncrnlicStato Central reaoluppna Hint ho witiliod to got nway com- They hare an Mirs Dee Jackson, a beau- il will bu otln'eil until tho worl; e 4. at lyOtiUville, Ky. Wltneaj my condemning tho act of Prof. Ilrow,, In pilot with his reniiest nnl Vinson Our merchants uro receiving tiful and nceomllHlied young lhdy, Iiotuld be ilona at n email tlnnal offer, that will Inter'el moil of ir September tbe 2.'ilh, lS'JJ. proeu atilkltiK Ker. W,H. Kfini, and a denuod CBCftpCtl. imniaoae atock of new good, nJ yra died cist, hnJ In n, fow yeura to eiplai Call nntl seo our Stock. Every MlirpOlO flltorfl 8tO at homo in Clinton last week. ornament to Ihe Iowa. would Checlr, an toitiina, nnJ nil) be ple.i.ed in ilio ; r 1 band thla jom ihlios, r, W. wa. made upon llm tru.iee, of V.indcrblll r'CuUlnfi, and alerki ara frit-tor- t Prof nu iiibi ire iiiieretteti 4 fM.l wTy for lilm. 1 ultOlilntl Demo-titt- y thing tip to date, Show.isu daughter of Mr. and 1' Pfmoeralla y liiecutlre Com for hU eviileloii from tbe Chairman iipenlDR and rrangiii all thonic tliln; isd othtte have ibe matter in elfrr They will bo hen oiii Satn-'iM.vilv 13ercndi & Qq, Aire Wui. Jackson of that city. trul, --'Iflt lust. mittee of Fulton County, Ky. ties I. and are jtopnrj; tt the I Iede Hold . to Uta Jratvs. THE HICKMAN COURIER. enpper nt bimiuonj scliool Io.bIkuI rare trel Is ia etore for Uiyje ulto attend. A Dnirt forget tho ico orpam LOCAL NEWS. Ifht, most highly jesnected 5 8'S, GOO ; ns of Fulton Count.v. died, on hlf Inrm neat Cnycn, on thu PJih 9 Kist. Ho hnd been nfllicted for some ears with that dreatl dis12 2's, 90c. ease, i consumption, and Lnnw. TJiev r.ro not solid. mg well hh condition had nrrang-fTiicy are gootl Tor the money, though. in etery respect to calmly meet tho end. Tho deceased wno horn in Jpssamine count.v, Ky., in 1S28. and movotl to this County 5 8's, 75c: in 1833. tihpro bo resbled nil hN 9 to 12,s, life. Ilo was n member of tho Mothodist of tho 13 to 2's, 81.25. sod n most nh'irch, citunn Masons, vnrthy in ovorv politl These aro icspect, nml a farmer tint honor, Anything that rips we hw FHEK. etl his vocation. No competitor will do it. Fulton Gounty Next run of prices ? .00, $1.25 and 61.50. Guaranteed equal Io Shoes had few citizen on nieccRsfnl, or more worthy. Peace to liii ashes costing 25c more. With tho biggest fctock we over htttl, bought before tho rise in Shoes, and blessings to his memory. at OLD PRICKS, wo arc in a iwMitiou to favor the good people who stootl by u throng uie Graijd Opegirg. naxa timt. anc IlE.Ul. nor .Nootion, oflo of tho TIRPp nt Buck Bwoh. everything In Jewelry to miiko room for the Inrgnut 30 days. stock ever In this market. MOSCOW. to I'KKJil'PtlVO 1'I.AYULiUfT Vot 77,if. vKil 4V Only preclncti alt over ihe .talc, cUlnrday after, nnon October 5th, at two 0 oleric. All rnoerati ara enlltlrJ 10 veto fer their at ibrlr frtcloct sommliiecutm tollng preclnele. Thee new preeinet executive commit, teamen to be ohoetr., at .profitd atwia will not a. Hint their duties Jimtl! fcfler tlio Noeemb.r el.cllon, nJ tloy will tree fer four yeart t. paar to Wi mo; r0i. FKO.U to rtttl I'tuHiij 1 Bid, hear! SOB A to l.l 81.00; 0VIff.ff, tT' e, Her-icm- 1 dr-rt- 3-- w."i tj; rJU3ii:3 t'ZEi22m,AS ! iir..K'e ei lion-e.tl- y 1 -V SANDERS g IIJCE. I pro-vlou- s iKfS.:' j -- ; I Demo-crati- j " Cash Book Ster g w 1 - Courier-Journal- Com-miM- bt '' i rtr P trjXl i ,t - '.".fcLUl,, M . .' o,.,. Jjel - v. a ,,' A- j 1 - v A. ;,L" - L JfciM-j- -l- LJXittfi'"' 4 ' A -w- 6 ti'i Wfjjmjiaril TlfilMl l ar""-TBBar retmfcJIC W wiu jii'1.1 a m m w r?. i i&r&M -- m, a nswsrasi -- uawwsin&m m hvu-jb&& i rsswcrn vsx&sm rasaa vs&r OK Si R3BSK?3 BSS wasmm Gr""" tth 1 Iffl ar mih m n swi r iiiii in kkse'Sqi SiS" 2& i TA'TTB'Tifn igni &r!h & Er3 jf&fcfA . L.I.I win U rszz , Jj m W m i II -- .Ml WW w w Aa WVWW D I V Whoqi fjrtfTTSfcom. L'juW. CStonr wflQrca . - IffaBiSBmTiT'vrM US mfertL -- $ Now wade Right In a SSZSgsssigos SagaBcgg5c&rga you. gj rJE&csa It'll interest you for we've something for here to tell you about it. .You're sure to read of something you want. Come then, to The STOCK 1S COMPLETE-r-we'r- e tlfcTStorc and see it. You'll find it all and more than we've suid about it and you'll see other things you Tire sure to need. We'll take pleasure in showing you whether you buy or not. We arc after your trade we ivant iV, be it much or little 4md as a pleased customer is our best advertisement we are going to try hard to please you. Now, other houses are telling you that "Goods are up prices are higher" but don't you believe it at least tsvimm r li, coro v mmm (its a common expression) SSi US& Mm $ 3 ., ECS Nip iZ& y CN.. m You've heard it said "If you can't find it what the people want We've built up our business just that way Ellison's, no use to look elsewhere." and you'll find this season that we'll maintain our reputation. at Smith & keeping "We've Cot what "You if -- 2K A ant! Ml !S.50, 18.60 Jersey Ribbed, Merino, fftciing? In Wash Si IIDIESS Goods, ! QOODSJC-3Sc Henrietta Cloth Iu all filindow, at 2.c, nt the j would be cheap, GO SHOE 3J Our Shoe Hlofik comprirs about 5,000 Pairs of Slioea. Enough to slino quite a number of feet, isn't it? Don't you think we ure in it, just a little bit, on Shoes? We haven't been boasting at much, lately, but no arc selling, nevertheless lots of Men's Shoes nnd Women's Shoes, Girls' Shoe. Shoes and J5o)V Slices, little Shoci ami big Shoes, all kinds and all sorts; except the Und. nt -- CLOTHINQ.If At Wo ore the acknowledged inlle n vnrloly mi iiiu iim:ii iiiupa, iiuu oin very Jtrrtty clTocto, for DronNoa ntul W'nlslw. Wo uliow We tirtrr nbowuil n trcttlrr line, (iul tin iiKiiul (be ns Borliiiciil in lan;e. Jeans at 30c. IC-2- Leaders in Closing and Furnishing Goods, 101, Men's Underwear. Full lino. Bpeclul Valnei. 23 30 Prints and Ginghams Broadcloth. Inchon wldo, OUR LINK OF v'fc 3., nll-wo- did nluo $1.00. and eplen Cheviots. Domestics. Yard Wo show n lino of Snits, that nro better fldnes than hereto foro sold for samo prices. j5a 50j Elnsiic Ribbed, All Wool. 1 00 7i 8J-10- Crepons. Tlicro nro Contn in atripcH und (uucIoh, In iirott v cnuiliiiiBtloiis of oolcrc, iiutl nlfo In lilnck mill white hucI sruJi IOohuiI 15c. rry ilcli pffrot. Black Dress Goods Just vrliat you ere lookluc for iu this etook. liAtltA tW Yatd ' lint rnnnlml liv ntir nlhnr Vfili nikti A Villi atir-ttl- t Yarn. Si Wide, Hrown Co. Wide. Wenched 5. Who euid cotton was up t It ncvor wna eo low Here's the Kind S4.00 WeSeli: A man came in the other day, and nulled off a pair which he said he had bought of ih rt .GO o yairs ugo and icorn cttr finer, and wanted another pair jtbt like tliem. lie got them, nnd we've more of the same kind. TMI I (J Ull 1 i 1 Uuaeonrcd 50o. Percalines. Black Crepons. 1 Tickings, 10.15-20- . vo Full line of TAILORS SAMPLES fflen's fur making Special Suits to at 08e. An unnaralloled offer. ordr. Satisfaction Guorau- teed. Alpines, Railroads, Crenne Crowuo Pasha Shnpes. Well worth Men's Rlnck Worsted ei.50. ;Mon s Quits. Well made. At epecicl Price. Men's odd $2.09 2.59. Vests. Hats, Corduroy buits. M and Blue Twill Suits. Boy's Suits. $3.50 Black Worsted Suits. .r(i0 Soin splendid values. Black Uhoviot Suits. fG.50 This is great value. 810.00 Choicest all wool black A full liuo ed Hats. of Shapes, warrant- Snmclhlnn "w. Very jirotty fur Wuinte n n Wrflppurn. Wlilo, ntul only White with !5c. Itliick Hlripca Orron with White titripeii Kril with Whilo Fancy Wrpcr BtrlpcB Imported jiooila Hcnntifnl ctTcuta nnd cxcoltout uIuch loo to $1 U'i Flannels. All wool, at 15 20 25 35o0. WE FIT ALL FEET! 85.00 Will you bring U3 Stetson Hats. Everybody kuows them. show a full line. MEN'S MACKINTOSHES, Black Silks. vrords can't do then Justice. Woi hnvo ArtnnrcB. Oros Oralu, Tnftetiiri, Ottmnnn, Klmd Bint'H. Fuiiclep, &o., from 87c u yard mid upward. Hero wo feci Carpet Warp. Hunt quulity, all colors, 20o, yours ? Hint Linings. A full Does (his Look Like Heavy Omy 8 nits, Ronnd nnd square sacks Excellout value. w Clays. every description. lino of Linings or Higher Prices? ct 85.00 advertise them Men's Suits. Black Pcrralcs. Chinpor thnn ever. trroiiudf, Whit" Canton Flannel. Shaker Flannel. Hliiini, uiua 10 DotK Durl: gromulR, niul HUiall flc and 1'JJc. Trimming Silks and Shirt Waists, the prettiest things seen on our counters. Wo nro Hunwinj: sotno of Ladlci Fine Dongola Button and Lncc, Patent Tips, all styles Tocb, Heels and Spring Heels, Ctietoui-ii)adwarrauted. Ucst values over nllierod. Price same as latt year, SI. 50 5 7J S.I0e. and they'H give ou satisfaction. Wo have 5u, 10o, 12jo. Finer ones at $2 00, 2.25 and 2.50. 4 Other houses Cheviot Go0 Child's Knee Suits. ut Too, S1.00, $1.25, S1.50, nnd upward. At $3.00, we hnvo sotno excellent values iu Cas-simorc- at 4 00 aud up. 5 MENS SEAMLESS SOX. cents. bi.'o o Men's Fancy Cheviots. Men's Blue Scrcos. These are ureat values. Tho Best 03o JEANS PANTS on earth. Boy's "Waists. A In Wool Goods, V better nMortuieut. Trices npenk for t honiBul von. They nro cheaper than ever before hnvo never abovn a Kosxsair. Ludlcs loa to $12-5- 0 ever Linen Goods. Housekeeping ibo city. Imported Serge Mixtures. Very only Wldo Rnd Illuo, Hrowu, tlurnot, Gruy, ntyllnli. .TJc. It is well known that wo show the largest lino of Linous in Table Linens. Turkey Hd nt UOo, Doo, 3.1, r0. Hloauhod nt HO and 7.1. Splendid valuci. Kxtrn wldo at 01. 10. Half Illcuott-ed All Wool Mixtures. Imported enoda. very protty combination!), 48. IT' ismm fiO, Ohoapor grndes also. 00, 75. fc. Fancy Mixtures. go liko "lint they'll tnako ion protty nnd servlcable DrcsHus, nnd SO OUKAl at 27 U"(l TIioro will cukes" for Crash. All Lluen, .1, 8, 10, and 12J. lilnck Coltou ilose, 10 to 50c. Oor 23o 1'lnin Toph, 35u ltibliotl Tops nro Specially pnod values, tiot ! Lndios Fleeced Hose, 25 and 33o. Ladle Kancaroo Calf Iliitton Shoes, all solid, and war Roys Hicycle Hos at 25c, rauted to give you satisfaction, only Si. 50 Is u great value. A better Shoe was never :oM at tlio price. Full lino of Ladle, Misses Wo hnvo Cheaper Ones at 81.25, and Children's Hoso. luucr ones at $2.00 Old Ladies Solid Comfort at SI. 50 anil $2.00, iu Glove Grain and Dongola. 35o nnd upward. Wo rnrry n full lino of Warner's Health, F. 15., O. II.. S. O., Knbn Uipih linst,aud Jnck-soCarsot Waist, Boys, Misses, Children's HANDKERCHIEFS. Dongola, Kangaroo Cilf and Grain Leather, At 2o, 5o. 8o. JOe, 15 nnd np to 81.00, 1.25 and 1.50 All solid. 50n. Specially uood ouea at Cheaper ones at 75c, 90c aud J51.00. ilterPrte? m 88.50 Men's Black nnd Hlno Figure d Worst eds. Sold heretofore nt $10. Wuists. Ask to see them. Wo show a full line of 23o nnd upward. fall lino of Motuor's Friend GOX&FORT3 7Go, $1.00, tiZS, Trunks, From $2.00 upward. Wilson Bros. Shirts arjd Ties. Valises, 40o to $5,00 810.00 Men's Suits. Gray Hair Lino OassimcrcB. Black nd Bluo All Wool Clay Worsteds Black nnd Bluo Figured Worsteds Fnnoy Cnssimores. This-itho greatest line 10.00 suits ever of Shown. s HERE'S A BARGAIN. Ladies nnd Misses CORS2TS, n School Shoes. Men's Unlonnderod WIIITE heavy Domestic Llucu Bosom and GuQ'a. Full Body. Extra long. Shoulders. Double back and front. Only OOo 8HIRTS, kuwi TFagon and Ik'h, Ducks. 20 and 42 Inches wide. , A a ml 10c. Kudiroldcred Towels. Siltt Unndkcr-ohiof- a 15o nnd up. :5' Urent ble ones, 22x44 dies, lOo NOT Lluon V13KY cheap. aii iiiueu, 20x12, only 23c. Ileal valuo on cm lb. In-b- I.adics Muslin te Wc Bqlt alt Rips j Free! $s a d5 JKZZ&y Qi' js,5vSf,aS BABY SHOES, 25o to $1.00. Gowns G0o.Sl.no, Drawers JOu, 85o. Cheuiiuo 10c, 75. TXJESDA1T, Oct. 1st. CALICO HBMNANTS, At 4 Cents. j 11 Skirts 50c. 7.1o. 1.75. GILT EOGE SHOE DRESiasB--- J All Wool Ladies Cloth. For lire mpb nnd Onpcn, CO inches wide and only fiOo. You never saw such valuo before. Napkins and Doylies. An iinmeuso stock, L"o nnd upward. Sonio benuties in lilenobed Fringed Napkina, 7e to 91.50. Shoe Laces of oven description. Ladic3 and Men's Over Gaiters. Best ftuality, & Ladies VESTS AND PANTS, 25o to 81.50 Ladles Ribbed Unlou SuitB, 50 to $1.50. Misses Union BuitH 50o to 1.20 l&on's and Boys Shoes! The "Dandy." In Congress and Lace. All solid inula "beauty," only 1.50 a pair. A better Shoe than ever before Mild at the price, and no other hoiuc icill show il3 equalor the money. E3? Vk HJ&ii 9V2i, I $$$. V&te "up-to-date" T4 wfej 8 SltTS '. JZ?' A t ...TM.u -- tfcQ'. c, v 3 S! d5fc: & feii &$ M1S9 ANICK KFINGEK now has chnrgo of our MILLINER DEPARTMENT. She has had years experience as a Trimmer, and for the pa.it ouvcral weeks has befln iu tho Trimming Department of onu of tho largest Millinery establishments iu tho West. Sho is thoroughly conver- -' saut with the season's styles, and is prepared to trim you an HAT or BONNET, and GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. GfESECKE SHOES IgpEUzZ-car- STake a Look Into Our Millinery Window 1 IC&z. Are warranted to p!vc perfect tatNfaction, Wc ry a full line of tliem in all Mylrs and qualities. 2..")0, J.C0, 3.50 and COO. Prices 231a,o3s.9 XSIo Blind, ( At 8 Cents. Jg. If 4hci'e9s 1 i anything yon dont sec Giientioned, call for it. We've got it ! Tt i a T--'- hzz$ nil HT (Z3t KQs. "TfJ e&s sJksl srl?2 da hx& f3 f C4 ipflsk, & it x-"- ' .. y.lM'riSifiT?1'" L Ijl .l.WiMlMfcUtitfttU'. .' m. ..wtmvm,. ..jttfiiWfflfti mmf&immmmms i The seed of is omall enterprise prew I Again, 1 learn from this subject that Into an accumulated and overshadow- Christ Is Ood and ntnn In the same per ing success. Their cup of prosper son. 1 go Into the back part of tlint tn comblnallon, proportion ami irocss. ity Is running over. Kvcry day sees boat nnd I look on Christ's sleeping The Follower of Christ's Tempest Hood's Barsaparijla possesses pccixlmr a commercial or mechanical Irlumpli. face, nnd see in that face the storv of Voyage Through Life. ous curallvo powers unknown to any other Yet they arc not puffed tip. They ne sorrow and weariness, and a deeper preparation. This Is. why It has a rcoonl knowledge the Hod who grows tho shadow conies over his face, nnd I of cunjs uncqtiallcsl in tlio history ot Storm That Threaten Heath nmt lllta harvests nnd gives them nil their pros- think he must be dreaming of the medicine It aets directly uon tlio hloe! ter low Their Terror tthrn I hrlst It perity. When disaster comes that de- eros that is to come. As 1 stand n back and by maklnij it pure, ru'.t nu.l hcallliy it ihe Milp Vtnion he ,hort ".Mill Talmitce, l,l). lte. stroy others they nre only helped Into tho face, I part of the boat looking " T. cures disease nnd plvcs pood health, say: "Ho is n man! Ho is a higher experiences. The coldest winds his man!" Hut when I see Him come ti that cter blew down from In his irruion Siindny l!ev. Dr. Tal llermon and tossed licnnosarct Into tho prow of the bont nnd the s, a Is tho only true blood purifier prominently mapc discoursed on a dramatic inci- foam and agony could not hurt them. kneels in Ills presence, nnd tho win s In tho publlo cyo fl; sit for t dent during the Saviour's life- nmonf-the- - Let the winds blow until they crack fold their wings nt his command, Cnlllean fishcrmeu.nnd draw from their checks; let the breakers boom-- all I say: -- Ho Is Ood! Ho Is Q,.,i habitual eonstlpa-nOOarlllSuon. l'rlce SS cent. it a striking lesion for the men nnd Is well, Christ Is In the ship. Hero Tho hand that set up tho starry pll irs of tho unlvero wiping nwny tho te irs women of the present day. The sub are other men. tho prey of uncertainjeet was "lloiicro Sailing," nnd the text, ties. When they Miccccd they strut of an orphan! When I want pity and Mark ir., 3n, 3;: "And there were also through tho world In great vanity. sympathy, I go Into the back part f with him other little ships, and there nnd wipe their feet on the sensitive this boat, and I look at him, and I si nrose a great storm of w iud " Disaster comes, "O l.orl Jesus, Thou weary Oue, T ncss of others. J. Tiberias Oalllco nnd (lonncsaret and they nro utterly down. Ihey suiicring vine, nave mercy on in. wero three names for the sumo laVe. are pood sailors on n fair day, when "Kcco homo!" Hehnld tho man! I.nt It lay lu a scene of great lu.xurlaucc. the sky is clear nnd tho sea Is smooth; when I want courngo for the com' ' Tho surrounding hills, high, terraced, but they can not outride a torm. of life, when I want some ono.to l, at (doping, gorgcd.wcre so many hanging After awhile the packet Is tossed down my enemies, when I want f ,i gardens of benuty. Tho streams rum- ii beam's end, and it seems as If sho for the great future, then 1 come to nt the lxi.it, and I see C, t bled down through rocks of gray must go down with all tho cargo. Hashing rush out from the shore with lifeboat, (front nnd red limestone, nnd thero lu ll!somnlotcncc, m 4 from tho hillside, bounded to tho lomrboat. shallop and pinnace. You I say: O Christ, Thou who caul M In tho time of our Lord can not save the crew. Tho storm hush tho storm can hush nil tny sen. tho valleys, headlands and ridges twists off the masts. The sin rises up rows, nil my temptntlons, nil my fes'S. fl 3 wero covered with vegetation, nnd, to take down the sesscl. Down sho "l.cco Deust ' Colloid tho Ood! 5 TaVSS2vsS?yii 92 I learn also from this subject t t so great was the variety of climate, goes! Xo Christ In that ship. 1 the torrid and 8 that the palm tree ofrigorous climatn nge speak to young apeople vho of voy Christ can hush the tempest. Soioi f 8 LliiiB sunIn life will bo n heavy lina if TSasTROCKINXfi tho walnuta tree ofwny apart. Men In shine and of darkness,mingling blast you, my hearers,ofhavo hnvo wept irul Sr of arctic were only llttlo you troubles. Some ZFlleHHS fi vineyards and ollvo gardens were gath- and of tropical tornado. You will havo you can weep no more. I'erhapt NECESSARY ! 1Q ering up tho riches for tho oil press. many n bright day of prosperity, tho took the sweetest child out of " CERCAL 1 f) Clll w m ra tennn tHiali The hills and valleys were Bturred and skies clear, the sea smooth. Tho crew your house tho one that asked the Tho boat stanch will most curious questions. Tho'oner.hat crimsoned with llowcrs, from which exhllnrnnt. Christ took Ills text, nnd tho dl&clplcs bound merrily over tho billows. Crowd hung around you with tho grottest r learned lessons of patience nnd trust on all the canvas. Heigh, hot Land foinlness. I no V spado It seemed as If (!od had dashed a wave ahead! Hut suppose that sickness puts cut do,vn through your' bleedIt hung Its bitter cup toyour lips; suppose that ing heart. Or perhaps It was tho only ALL GnOCCRS SELL S 3 of beauty on nil tho scene until the yourheartj dripping had, and your soul 8 oleanders. from the nicks, the hills,Lei)' j death overshadowssomo quick supposo ono youbeen llko a deso'atedhas ever 8 On tho back of the turn of since misfortune with castle, tho earthly the wheel, hurls you backward; sup wltero tho birds of tin night loot nnon rnnpe the plory of in pose that the wave of trial strikes you amid the falling towers and altm. the sccno was carried up ns If to set It athwart-jhlps- , and bowsprit shivered, crumbling stairway. ranee with the hills of Heaven. Cr perhaps it i No other and halliards swept into the sea, and Discovery n setting ns pern ever had so exquisite gangway crowded with piratical disas- was an aged mother thn. wns i illed The Greatest Atedical beautiful Oonuesaret. Tho away. You used to 'send for hci1 hen of the Age. wnters wero thickly inhabited, tempt- ters, nnd the wave beneath, and tho you had any kind of troiole. She was ing innumerable net, and affording n sky above, and tho darkness around in your home to welcom j your clu Iren livelihood for great populations, are filled with the cUmor of the voices into life, nnd when the j died she wns 7.1 n nnd Cnpurnaum of destruction. Oh! llcthesda, tho thero to MEDICAL DISCOVERY. stood on Chora bank, roaring with Christ in the ship. then you will want old hand pltv yon. Youlnov that ind the will never do avy more 1 learn, wheels of traffic and flashing with in the ne.st place, that peo liesses for you, and tho ock of hito DONALD KENNEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS,, splendid equipages nnd shooting their ple who follow Christ must not always hair that you keep si well the H.is discovered In one of our common vessel, across the lake, bringing mer- expect smooth sailing. When these casket of the locket loo not lo' s so pasture weeds a remedy that cures every chandise for Damascus and passing disciples got into small boats they well as it did on the, day who she kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula great cargoes of wealthy product. said: "What n delightful thing this Is! moved It back from liio wrmUed Pimple. down to a common Pleasure boats of Homan gentlemen Who would not be a follower of Christ forehead under tho ncd He has tried it In over eleven nnd fishing smacks of the country peo- w hen he can rido iu one of these small bonnet in the church in tho cou itry. failed exceptin t,ocaes ple who had come down to caa n net bo.its caesand ner lifter tho ship in which Jesus Is Or perhaps your proprty has one. (botlithunder humor.) Hehasnow in his nod nnd shout salling'.', l!ut when tho storm came You said "There, I hnvo so inn Ii In possession over two hundred certificates passed each other with of its value, all within twenty miles of and welcome, or sklo by side swung down these disciples found out that bank stock, so much 1 havo in h. ises, idly at the mooring, l'alnce and lux- following Jesus did not always make so much I havo In nnds, so tn ich I Boston. Send postal card for book. uriant bath and vincynrd, tower and smooth sailing. So you havo found have in securities." Suddenly it sail A benefit Is alvas experienced frm the If gone. Alas! for tho man who one-- had first bottle, and a perfect cureiswarranteJ shadowy arbor, looked oil upon tho out nnd so have I found out. calm, sweet scene as the evening shadthere nre any people who you would plenty of money, but who has ii.irdly when the rifiht quantity Is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes ows began to drop, and llermon, think ought to have n good enough now for the morning shooting pains, like needles passing with Its head covered with perpetual tlmo in getting out of this world, ing. No storm ever swept ovei ticu through them; the same w ith the Liver or snow, in the glow of tho setting sun the apostles of Jesus Christ ought to ncsarct like that which has Bowels. This is caused by the ducts be- and looked like a white-haireprophet have been the men. Have ever ing stopped, and ahvavs disappear in a ready to ascend in n chariot of fire. I noticed how they got out of 3'ouworld? trampling its thunder over your , jak the ing soul. Hut you awoke Christ in weels after taking It. Read the label. havo a quiet nlghtl St. James lost his head. St. I'hilip was the back part of the ship, crying ' MaIf the stomach is foul or bilious it v ill think we shall Not a leaf winks In tho nlr or a ripplo hung to death against a pillar. St. ster, enrest Thou no' that I jwrish?" iin.Tiriih frlincs at first. ?mc No change qf diet ever necessary. Gat disturbs tho eurfyce of Gennesaret-Tli- e Matthew was struck to death with a nnd Christ roe up md quieted you, shadows of the great headlands halberd. St Mark wasdragged todcath Jesus hushing tho tempest. the best you can get, and enough of it. Dose, one tablespoonful lu water at bed- stalk clear across tho water. The through the streetv St. James the Less There Is ono storm into whlr'i wo time. Sold bv all Druggist voices of evening tide, how drowsily had his brains dashed out with a ful- must all run. Whci a man lets gi this they strike the ear the splash of tho ler's club. St. Matthias wns stoned to life to take hold of the next, I ! not boatmen's ore. and the thumping of death St. Thomas was struck through caro how much gnu o he has, he will the captured li.li on tho boat's bottom, with a spear, John litis. In tho fire, want it all. Whnt s that out yui dcr? and Ui os e indescribable sounds which the Albigenses, the Wnldcnses, tho That is a dying Christian rocked " the You hasten Scotch Covenanters Old they all find surges of death. fill the air at nightfall. Winds that nave FIND THE ONLY up tho beach of th lake a llttlo wny miooth sailing? Why go so far? Thoro wrecked magnificent flotillas of omp and there you find nn excitement as of is a young man in a store in New York and worldly power e- mo down on that ORIGINAL an embarkation. A flotilla is pushing who has a hard timo to maintain his Christian soul. All ti-- spirits of s All the clerks out from the western shore of the lnl:c Christian character. seem to bo let lot e, for it is ihcli him, tho employers in that last chance. The waring of Mulrrd not n squadron with deadly arma- laught nt ment; not a clipper to ply with storo laugh at him, and when he loses seems to minglo with tho sirl valuable merchandise; not piratic ves- his patlenco they say: 'Yon are a pret- of the waters, and tho srreain PUBLISHED sels with grappling hook, to hug to ty Christian." Not so easy for that of the wind, and tho thunder In This Country denth whatever thoyennld seize, but a young man to follow Christ, if the of tlio sky. Deep to deep lill flortllla laden with messengers of Lord did not help him hour by hour ho low to billow; yet no tremor, "O IN light, nnd mercy, nnd pence. Jesus In would fail. There arc scores of young gloom, no terror, no sighing for ' m L'Art do La Mode, the front of tho ship; his friends and men y who would he willing to dying Christian. The fact is that fr n And nil the most readmirers nre In the small boats follow- testify that in following Christ one tho back part of the boat a voice sh .'S liable Information on ing after. Christ by the rocking of the docs not always find smooth sailing. out: "When thou passeth through is th question or dres. boat and tho fatigues of the preaching There is n Christian girl. In her homo waters. 1 will be with thee." lly no Order of jour NewsSS Cenu dealer or send exercises of the day, Is induced to they do not llko Christ. She has hard flash of the storm the dying Christ an s.( r,n,r. .n.i. ...ii, K r ! '"t NuiaU-rslumber, and I see II im in the stern of work to get a silent placo In which to sees that the harbor is only just ahc L Hut, fir 10 (till. tho boat, with a pillow extemporized say her prayers. 1'ather opposed to voices THE CO., nut of n fisherman's cat, sound asleep. religion. Mother opposed to religion, From heavenly castles waters. of I'd'O eoino over tho Tho breeres of the lake run their fin- llrothers and sisters opposed to re- drops on tho angry wave as the storm O Xlast XOtli Stx-oot- , ligion. The Christian girl docs not al- sobs itself to rest like n child full ng M. tlhA.f. .nJIlro.rtn.f, NEW YORK. gers through the locks of the worn-ou- t sleeper, and on Its surface there riseth ways find it smooth sailing when she asleep amid tears and trouble. Christ and falleth the light ship, like a child tries to follow Jesus. Hut. be of good hath hushed the tempest on the bosom of its sleeping mother! heart. As seafarers, when winds are Calm night Starry night. Ileautlful dead ahead, by setting tho ship on MONKS WHO RARELY SPEAK. night. Kun up all tho sails and ply all starboard tack and bracing the yards, the oars, and let tho boats the big make the winds that oppose the course Cathnlta Trappl.t Cnmmuiittr lo I.tv nn Lorn; telftnil. boat and the little boats go gliding propel the ship forward, so opposing Kuropcan disturbances nro forcing troubles, through Christ, veering over gentle (Jenuesaret. The sailors prophesy a change In tho around" the buwsprit of faith, will waft manv religious communities to seek weather Clouds begin to travel up you to Heaven, when it the winds had homes on this continent, and tho Tr ip- After a been nbdft they might have rocked and plst of Italy nre the latest to nrri. tho sky and congregate. while, even tho passengers hear the sung you to sleep, and while dreaming They are about to found a house in 'he moan of the storm, which comes on of the destined port of Heaven you llrooklyn ilioecso under the direct m with rapid strides, and with nil the could not hive heard the cry of warn- of Kev. IMmiind Olircrht nnd with 1trie r terrors of hurricane and darkness. ing and would have gone crashing into approval of Kishop McDonnell. the past year tho former has been thii The boat, caught In the sudden fury, the breakers. Again my subject teaches mo that guest of the Druincoole Mission La fa trembles like n deer nt bay amid the wild clangor of the hounds. (Jrcat good people sometimes get very much ette place, while arranging tho details The gen patches of foam aro flung through the frightened, j'rom the tone and man- of tho new establishment air. The loosened sails, flapping in ner of these disciples as they rushed eroslty of a New Yorker now living on Tho into the stern of tho vessel and woke Long Island, Cerinrd Karle. has enthe wind, crack like pistols. small boats poised on the white clill of Ihrist up you know that they wero abled the Trappist father to begin tho Mr. Karlo And so it is now work nt his convs'iiience. tlie driven sea tremble like oean pe fearfullv scared. n acres .if ircis. ami men piuniru unu me iruiiKii that yon often find good people wildly gave a house and tsicnty-scve'Oh! says some Christian land nt ti place near Hicksvllle. known with terrific swoop until nwave strikes agitated. them with a thunder crack, and over- man, 'tlio Intnlel magazines, the bad ns Itound Swamp, wmch Is of a charboard go tho cordage, tackling, nndt'io newspapers, the npiritmillstic socie- acter to provide the monks with nn ' ASK YOUR DUUflQIST FOR masts, and the drenched dbciplcs rush ties, tho importation of so many for- opportunity to show (heir skill in iminto the stern of tho boat, and shout eign errors, tho Church of Ood is go- proving land. It wasan ordinary farm amid tho hurricane, '"Master, carcst ing to bo lost, the ship is going to foun- and tho house an ordinary farm buildThou not that we perish?" That great der! The ship is going down!" What ing. Tho monks will use the house as a 1'ersonage lifted his head from the are you frightened about? An old fisherman's coat, nnd walked out to lion goes into his carcrn to take a monastery after making aucii uilcra the prow of the vessel, nnd looked up- sleep, and ho lies down until his shag- tions as arc needful, iiesldes followon the storm. On all sides wero the gy mane covers his paws. .Meanwhile, ing their ow n rule they will keep a mu.'ill boats tossing in helplessness, the spiders outside begin to spin webs homo cir aged and infirm priests an J a nnd from them came the cries of over the mouth of his cavern, and sny: place of retreat for those who desire to drowning men. lly the flash of light- "That Hon can not break out through spend a longer or shorter time apart ning I see tho calmness of the uncover- this web," nnd they keep on spinning from tho world. Inls house will bo ed brow of Jesus, and tho spray of tho the gossamer threads until they get supplied with members from tho Trnp- Nursing Mothers.Infants sea dripping from his beard. Jlo has tho mouth of tho cavern covered tilst monastery in Home known as the two words of command one for tho over. "Sow," they say, "tll lion's 'X'ro 1'ontnna. wlicrc tho monks turned After A while s swamp Into, a lie.t'ittl 1mIH j)l3r wtnd, Uio"otier"Ior tho sen. Ho looUs dune. )te llon' iiinc, I Into the tempestuous heavens, nnd lie tho lion nwnUcs nnd shakes lilmself, j mil villi; (;ruci j tiiu chuui. 'vu m..., JOHN CARLO & SONS. New York. and ho walks out from the cavern, from which they make a medicltK cfll DIRECTIONS into the infuriated wnters, and He never knowing thero wero any caulotis In malarial fevers. The "rap-pist- s havo been slow to settle In nl.cr says, ' He still!" beat a spider's webs, nnd with his voice for mini: retreat The waves fall flat on their he shakes tho mountain. Let the Infl- - countries of lato years outsido o EuCREAM BALM, faces. The extinguished stars leklndlo dels and skeptics of this dny go on rope. Pa&fMBAUW They havo a monastery in Dul ique their torches. Tho foam melts. Tho spinning their webs, spinning their In ApplrsP'nle"' of ,be storm Is dead, and whilu tho crew nro fidel gossamer theories, spinning them founded by Irishmen from tho rish J& Halm dlrecilr Into ibe mo. riuvrn untangling the cordage and tho cables, nil over the placo where Christ seems Mount Mellcray, nnd u second in Kennotlrlli. Attr menmrawnronEbivslh Ijr7"""WW and baling out tho water from the to bo sleeping. 'X hey say: ' Christ can tucky founded by Oernian innnk Tho Ihiounii ttia now. Ui llireellraeKR dir.nfter '&? hold of the. ship tho disciples stand never ngniu come out; tho work is severity of their rulo has usualli conmeals prf errwU, and be wonder-strucnow gazing into tho done; Ho can never get through tb's fined them o a moderate climate but fore reiinnit. calm sky, now gazing into the calm logical web wo havo been spinning." a few years ago tho Trench Trappists KtTS CIIBAM HALM (if Oprni kM rleanieft lli sea, now gazing into the calm face of This day will come when the I.ion of started a monastery in tho i'rovm-r...jtt, Aitr n.i HUM HI1I.imiii.h Jesus, and whispering one to another, Juduh's trlbo will rouse himsolf and Quebec, uml secured dispense ions ('lit ttieSorf", t ivtwii from some features of is this, rule In (h Hcmoran iCOLD'NHEAD "What manner of mansea obey that , come forth and shako mightily tho na spite of tho climate they their man igcd roMi.U(lorfilhaBene have him?" tlons. unatllien all your gossamer even tho winds and the Vei relief at once. Trice M nnli al DrugnUU or is a spider s web to an to get strong, nnd will proba'.iv rehnt 1 tar ii first, frn in this subject that threads? The principal featELYDIlOTnitra. M Warrea Bireet. Ne Vork. wheu von aro going to take a vovago nrouscd Hon? Do not fret, then, about main In Canada. of nny kind, you ought to havo Christ tho world's going backward. It is go- - ures of their rule are perpetual s ence iu;.sr in 'i in; woiti.n. unless In necessity, and then only is in tho ship. Tho fact is, that those i"g forward. lxvita would all linvo rine to tho hot. oil stand nn tlio banks of tlio sea speech permitted in tho presence' f tho ULW, torn if Christ had not been there. Now, when the tide is rising. Tho almanac abbot; four hours of field worn .md you aro about tc voynge out into some says tho tide is rising, but tho wave four of prayer each dny; six hours of new enterprise into somo now busi-- 1 comes up to a certain point nnd then sleep; study or Indoor labor four li mrs; X or , (.r wci ot they...sny, "tho ono meal ii day nt which meat '.not ness relation; you nre going to plan It recedes.. "Why," . . . somo great matter of profit. I hope It tide is going uacK." iso, ills nor ino allowed, and no fires lu tho munistery t ToWHV WViuWi MMWttWCtt is so. If you are content to go along next wuvo comes up a llttlo higher, except for cooking. Tho monks slecpon a mattress within tho treadmill courso and plan noth- and it goes back. Again you say the THE RISINO SUN And the next tlmo out entering, ncer take off their Imb-It- s STOVO POLISH In ing new, you are not fulfilling your tide is going out except to tako baths. In .u.adu, cakes for general mission. What you can do by tho ut- the wavo comes to a higher point, and blacking of a ttove. most however, tlioy nro allowed to us. fires tension of body, mind, and soul, then to a higher pftlnt. lsotwlthstand THR SUN PASTI1 Ing all these recessions, at last all tho nnd to rat a slight breakfast n POLISH loranutck-allcr-. that you aro bound to do. You havo of tho sevcro winters. Tim sick dinner rlilne, no right to bo colonel of a regiment if shipping of tho world knows it is high applied and pol. (Jod calls you to command an army. tide. So It is with tho causo of Christ may use meat. With nil this strictness with a cloth. lined You have uo right to be stoker in a in tho world. Ono year It comes up to they do not want for members, and Mora) Ilroa., I'rope., Canton, Man., U.K.A, itcamrr if God commands you to be ad- ono point, nnd wo aro greatly encour their uvcrage term of years is lusher N. Tho Great miral of the nary. You have no right aged. Then it seoms to go back next than that of other communities Y. Trlbunu. lo engineer a ferryboat from river year. Wo say tho tide Is going out KIDNEY. Next year it comes to a higher point ban), to rherbankif Ood commands LIVER & To live In tho prcsonco of reat you to engineer ti Cunnrder from New and falls back, and next year it comes BLADDER York to Liverpool. Hut whatever en- to m still higher point end falls hack; truths and eternal laws Is to be I by terprise you undertake, und upon but all tho time It Is advancing, until permanent Meals Unit is what ccps CURE. , tvhatcier voyage yAi start, bo sure to it shall bo full tide, "and tho earth u mun patient when tho world ignores CO A 1. At shall be full of knowledge of Ood as him and calm and unspoiled when tho :ake C'irlst In tho ship. Ad rice A TanipUet fIW. woi.C praise) him. HaUac. Here are men largely prospered. th waters fill the sea." Pr.KiUn.M- - Co. Blnghmton,N.Y. Peculiar HOUGH SA1MXG. K EXTUCKY (iroliuK OiirnM by STATE NEWS. RUSSIAN ARTELS. Labor Orianliatlnnt Thai Ilegan With the Halite uf MlhvTl t'ottarke. . Whenever anything has to be don among tho Russian laboring classei Higheit of 11 in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report Hood's Sarsaparilla snow-cappe- d Malonkv wns tried thr examining court at Jackson for ihiiotiiig nnd wounding Thomas ltoso, in the lower pmt of llrcnthltt county, September 7, nnd wns bound over to the circuit court In the sum of $2, (XXX. At the Laurel Coal Co.'s mines near Pittsburg a high trestlo collapsed with eight loaded cars drnwn by a inula. Ueo Crcney, the driver, was fatally At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Distillers' association, at Louisville, it was agreed thnt for tho next three tears the output of Kentucky uli fit1 should bo reduced by allotting to each distiller ft capacity eijual to 58 per cent, of his nverago capacity lu Seventy-liv- e isihM-2- . per cent of the iistlllers hate alrendy agreed to Mils, snd when 1)0 per cent sign "the agreement It will begin operation. Tho belief is thoro will be no troublo In scouring the needed signers. At Hopkinsvillc .las. Lantrip slipped and fell from a flight of stairs the other day. receiving fatal injuries. Thk following persons have received pensions: Original Thomas Young, Hnrrodsburg, Mercer county; William Carson. Nicholasvllle, Jessamine county. Increase Vlrf-Stevenson Reissue Daviess county Wm. Kelly, Monterey, Owen county. Slt.As Amikksox, n wealthy fanner of Oarrard county, whoso sight has always been good, awoke to find that ho was totnlly and hopelessly blind. He is about SO years old. His physicians give no cause for tils misfortune. Or.Ci. lIoio, a leading merchant of Whltcsburg. lost nil hit property the other night by fire. Loss, S.l.pon. Ciiaiiimsv H. .1 Wai.sh, of tho Lexington democratic committee, has offered his lesiguntion, ssying his dutiri as city nuditor prevented giving the chairmanship his attention. OeorgoS. Shanklin will likely bo his successor. Kkmx Wiiitk, of Lincoln county, has killed flvo largo otters, Coi.ouf.1) Hrcthrcn'scsmp meeting nt I'lumrlllo was a success. Souoiiuh making is nil tho go at U hurt. 'iTSM OATS , r- teXwKwftyC V IFiiendSOatsf FFtIEPTPSr gravo-illggo- KENNEDY'S ... la Doylesvlllc. Mr. Stmu.ino boys aro organizing n brass band. Mmni.r.siior.o may have another Sun dsy paper. old-fas- h - nm-k- going to rival football In Kentucky this fall Caiimiu..ov, llko tho Thtrnlx, Is rising from hernshev Skvkkai. Msdlson farmers have put in their fall wheat Ovf.u 10,000 dozen barrel staves arc made dally at Ivldyvllle. Dor lltitriini:rs,n farmer, was killed ' by lightning near Hopkinsvillc. H.slinv Jouxsox, of Kuttawn, has a very valuable collection of Indlun ClilCKKT is d DRESSltiMi - ark-ncs- DESIGNS fiCffi . MORSE-BROUGHT- IMPERIAL WW THE BEST CHILDREN CATARRH s '.J o 1 region. 0. W. I'lecxoii, Jackson police judge, has resigned. Sow. time ago, Charles Oscar, eight son of Kev. Smith Hicks, head year-ol- d of the Itockfont rUclplea, was kidnaped by Charles II. Hicks, n distant relativo of Iter. Hicks. Tho other day parties who had been In search of the child found him in ono of the roughest and most remote parts of Elliott county. Charles Hicks was arrested but broke away from his captors ot Cracker's Neck creek, and though five shots were fired at him he escaped unhurt Hcv Hicks had feared his child was murdered. Nf.iv Itiriiuo.xo has a tomato that inches nround. measures twenty-twAm Ullznbethtown log cabin torn down rcccntlv was eighty years old. SflT was brought nt Owcnsboro by John and l'ellx Lindauer for 510,000 damages each against I'ollce Ofllcers John Williams nnd J. A. Stuart A few weeks ago the Llndaucrs were arrested by Williams and Stuart They resisted and a fight ensued, in which the Llndaucrs wero badly beaten up. They were acquitted in police court and now sue tho ofllcers for falsn arrest and for assault and battery. Tho suit is alto against tho bondsmen of the ofllcers. Itr.v. Lai'si.kv McKr.i: Is conducting a protracted meeting at tho Presbyterian church at Lancaster. J. M. I'kttv, a prominent oltiten of Lancaster and for many years coroner of the county, was buried in Lancaster cemetery by the Moronic fraternity. Lam.isiiii graded school opened tho other morning with 200 pupils. CAiirnu.i. county has a hog with eight Icrs. SllJ.NKi Nr.Al, aged 2o, fell fifty fent from tho cupola of tht Methodist church nt Ruddle's Mills and sustained fatal internal injuries. Die L. 0. MooltK, one of tho most remarkable characters in Louisville, was found dead in n squalid room at Elev enth and Walnut streets. His death was the result of exposure. He was worth SIOO.OOO. Thk September session of the court of nppcaU opened the other morning. Capt Ells, of Owensboro, Oeo. If, Alexander, A. .J. Carroll and uforal other visiting attorneys are at Prank-for- t to bo present at the opening of tho court. Circuit court, which was adjourned by Judge Cantrill on nccount of tho O, A. It. encampment, has resumed Its sessions. A cow gave birth to two calves in lloone county, each of which had three horns. At Owensboro Mary Ellis, a ecJored girl, committed suicide by swallowing a handful of parls green. Disappoint ment in love was tho cause. Citizens of Louisvillo and O. A. It. veterans from all over the country aro subscribing liberally to a telicf fund for tho widowed mothers of two of tho fourLcglon boys who were blown up in tho caisson explosion. Tho fund is prod-icino relics. TiiAsfsroiiTATlox to the Tress Association's meeting nt Hopkinsvllla has already been furnished to ono hundred and forty persons. boy, Joiinsv MlTfiiKM, n has left tils home in Frankfort and nothing is known of his whereabouts. Tup. New Domain Oas and Oil Co., of Petersburg, Is now engaged In drilling, a well on the Hall fork of Troublesome creek, in Knott county. This company has leased large amounts of land in that vicinity, and proposes to spend n great leal of money in developing tho tcrrlt' ry. Kxperts nre of tho opinion that this will eventually be a great oil the first stop Is to organize an artel. This Is nn association of persons who uulto their capital and labor, or only tho latter, for n certain plcco of work or other undertaking nnd who nro inn tualx rcsposlulc. They nre not more lnboi unions; some nre for building rnllroads or tvorklng mines, for cultl vntlng Innd or cutting tvdod, but others nro for arranging picnics and balls, and even for begging. The Institution dates back to tho tenth century, when the Dnieper Cossacks formed them selves Into bnnds to plunder the surrounding country; then association for hunting or fishing, nnd, In time, for other purpose. All nrtols are organlrcd In tho same way; u number of men ngreo to work together and share thn protlts or losses. They pledge themselves to act fairly to one another, to look nut for each other's Interests and to stand by ono another. Tho earnings and expenses are shared equally among them. They choose one man among them to bo their stnrostn, or lender, nnd put tho entire management of nllutrs in his hands. His authority Is nbsoluto as long ns ho holds tho office. Any member who refuses to obey hi orders Is oxvelled from the nssochitton ami forfeits his nh fire In it but at the end of six month tho stnrostn must glvo an All nccount of his management grievance nre considered, and, If ho Is Judged unworthy, hu Is removed. Tho position Is ono ohlelly of honor, as ha receives only is mull aiim more than 'the others. Some of tho artels aro permanent, others only temporary, but perhaps When tho snow more interesting, melts, all the laborers In n village who aro unt needed to till the village land form themselves Into un artel and send out their starosta to And where work is needed. The starosta agrees with some landowner that hi artel shall do a pleco of work, the plowing nnd sow ing, or perhitpsnll the farming, nnd tn return receive either a sum of money or n share in the crops. Tho nrtel then goes to the estate and is responsible not only for Its work, but for and tho safety of tho crop during tho tho farm lulldln; If tho crops are appointed time. burned each member ot the artel Is personally responsible to tho proprietor. They keep watch over ono another to sea that the artel Is not cheated of work duo to It or lose by their careless-nes- v The starosta nets ns overseer, :nters for tho men, who live ami eat together while the job lasts, and divide tlio money among them equally sftcr deducting the exponsev When times are hard, artels aro forniM for betting, and go from tillage to village asking for charity, which ltussisns dislike to refuse for fear of offending the saint. St. Petersburg has thirty artels with three thousand meniK-rs-, who load nnd unload all the merchandise that comes to the city; somo supply banks and commercial houses nnd railroads with clerk nnd messengers; others provide waiters. A man is thoroughly examined b. fore he is admitted Into a permanent artel. Pnyslcal strength, nnd in some cases mental capscity and trustworthiness nro needed, as the whole nrtel becomes responsible for nny crime or blunder he may commit, and looks out for him for a year If he Is sick. New members pay nn entrance fro varying from fifteen cents to seven hundred and fifty dollars. Though the poorest and most ignorant peasants can form an nrtel, no association formed under government patronage has ever proved successful. N. Y. Sun, AB&OLUTELY PUBE The "mint officials" of tho Malayan peninsula claim the distinction of "coining" tho most unique piece of use In the world. This money now curious "colli" Is simply a thin disk or wafer of hardened vegctablo gum, the original sourco of supply bolng the iKila tree and n blurt of emory saiiu. trnstv officials nro constant ly employed In collecting bola gum and sifting nnd pounding the sand wh eh to be used as "ulloy." Iho coins so struck nro not only unique and curious on nccount of tho material used In their composition, but lccause thev have tlio least commercial or ex change value of any medium of barter known among either civlllcil or sav money ugo men. Mi oilier piece oi lu existence can be acquired wun sucu n small expenditure of ttmo or goods ns the bola gum "coin." consequently such pieces arc vnlucd very lightly by thoso unlucky enoiigh lo eoino Into 1 Coin Made of Tree (liiro. lynch' EiTriistStiniiKer-"Whatftretl- iey ulck Drop uau-"Ing him furl' " i:teniHtrnnovr-- "r hey' tempted suicide iiiIkIiI ju.t a well hni o lot him kill lilmself slree. The bojj Quick Drop Dan-"out hero don't believe In a fdler being so selfish knot Accmr.n Hho (co!dly)-- "I hardlyknow I nil how to twelve your provosl. am worth a million, of course." Ho a million pthei -"- Yes-worth AV No, "-Life i girls" Hho (iaiiturviuly)-"- OI a Jackl"-Tru- Ui. ( w Aur ilmu In misery, brotherl Then I prav be comforted. Thr itrlef shall iiai ..... ... not ion uivar. Art ..,... Bay; temper thy Joy i this, too, shall past II. lUyne. iiway.-l'- aul ..-.- .-. - i. i Wn it prollt us that wo from heaven fl elvA t. .,ul tiilmnrtnl.snil with looks CITSt. surtevtho stars, IT, llko thn brutal htnitj wn follow where our passlonslead the wayl Drtitcn. Tut famous "new woman" rltlll charmlm- - appear, i;i,.rs "advniurd'' lu Ideas, disk. possession of a few million-- of such It Is almost Impossible forun American whoso idea of minimum money value aro associated with tho cent plcco to frame a very definite con v,ltoi( of th kitialt vain ot this standard of exchange We consider tho cent piece ns being of no pas tlculnr consequence, yet It could be readily exchanged for five thousund IkjIb gum coins and n freshly-mlntctwenty-dolla- r gold piece could lc traded even for n whole ship load of such "mediums of barter nnd St. I.oul Sepublic. Carelrte People. "It Is surprising," ald a merchant, d Uuinccrlaari Woslilnslon btsr. Hour, one has said that the medical profession ills ido humanity Into two classes-t- ho poor whom the Cure, nnd they rich whom they doctor, Tit-Hi- Ir you can Iwar all your small trials jot down under your i?as will neter bn-aone Texas Sifting. TuhxcfV Triumph. HveryiUv we meet men who hve apparently lost a'l Interest In life, lull the t hew and smoke all tho time und woudei tin why the sunshine, I not brlcht, awl TaTk as.,ir1.ttt ........a 'VIUMH MYITI. Uinie We( at. tits, UIWC4"" - ,. .. ....- In Minn, i :. ... ........ leave irrimicx nrrin y out (lurn I Mi.To-ltthe easy teed to cure slid nuke you well and tron by UrugK'sl everywhere. - l.lll 4 1 .. e "how cureless people are with shopping money. They eoino Into my store for good and nftcr paying tho bill with largo money calmly walk off without their change. Others will take all their money out to count It, and go out of the store leaving a ten dolar bill on the counter which can not possibly bo returned to its owner ngaln. Not long ago a man came In here ami after paying a little bill left tho storo with his roll of sixty dollar lying right on this counter hrrc where anybody could have picked it up and made away with It Ho came back Inter as whitens a sheet and whrn I gave him bock every cent of thomonrv ho was glad enough tn gue it all hack as a reward, Most of the careless one are women; they talk n good deal to the men about being careful of monfy. and of tho need of carrying a pocket-bootight In the list, then they come down town with thlrtv dollar or forty dollars on hand anil after spending ten of It drop fifteen more lu the difTrrenl stores and then complain . to the police Another that they have been rohl-edqueer thing about it Is that most of careless people are those who can't the afford to loso anything." Hangor Commercial. Minis Hrt.i:sjT -- Jack -- "Ahl Yon am i truo dsupiiler Of I'.ve." Jree 'indeed am not Wn pn bark only to W IllUui tb( Conqueror." Iuck. en. Keep Tiour Wealher r.fm Fraud lose a shining mark, thvaalon spring up of Ho ally aiHirivu ImlUlton loiters rltomiMh Hitter, the strut Amerl can faintly remedy forrldll and feter.d.i , prpet.t, constipation, biliousness, nervous-iicestieurtdrla, iheninatlsm and kidney dl order. Theee inillalliina areutuslly fiery mi' local Utters full of lilitli wine. for llm firm li,'nturoon tho ceniilne Ulxt and vhrnclleot St OorRe and the Dragon "DrfacV 4kl t'ocle KlU rrlnniMiy leV show w hilt rr pwl I'inif men Ui." Washington HUr. Ill-e- "dal omi wis wisdom r'ally mm Ilr.l lit All To cleanse the a stem In a frcnlle nd trulj maimer, when Hie siirluKllmi comes, iim llMJlruo and erfect remedy rlympof lips One bottle will answer fol aft tie Umlly and cost only : mit; tin II Try It and ho pleavsl. Man bytiio California KlgHyrupCo only. FinT Wisr Fiexn (at hotel)- -" He' I meau cuts, didn't Kive me a cent." Heconc Wisp riend"That find I was brusldu Ian-waiufa-turt- THlf MARKETS. ClSCISSATI. ?ept ti noa LIVK II S4 1)1 J u n Seleet bulfhera.. a so n i io 1100 S s.ouimo 4 10 C 4 SJ . ... . Hood packer s no u ton SHEEP -- Choice J IS LAM US-Cto entice.. n.orn-Mn- t-r No. OltAlN-Wbeal-- gtvo mo a quarter." Ufton Transcript FoitTirr Feeble l.nnr Airalntt Wlnlei with Hale' Honey of Hnrehound and Tar I'lke' Toothache Drupe Ciiro In one mlnuta Na IreJ Corn No. Oits.-N- HAY lire Nn,s ium o t rmti .... ired ... . "ralinl . t so ui a O io Joxrs "How' Wheeler rrtUni aloni Drown "Ol lnre he txiiis'til a bicycle crutches, 1 believe.- "- London Fun. I'iso's Cure for Consumption relieves th( must obstinate rough - Iter. D Ill'cu m rLi.r.ii, lslii.toii. Mo Feb 24,t4. (S l TOllAr Prime to choice ri!OVIsONMrsa ioo) Jeaf ct laf . pork li .. in la (a l co (I il ;s cm a xi ino M tJ A PARALYTIC CUKKD. Ilia Omnilfallirr, a. Itrtnlullonarr PoMler, ami Ilia rather Until IMnl or Tar.;- I, Yet (tin 1 hlrd Ornrrallon o.l. Ilt'TTKIt-Chol- Prime Incholrecreemer APPLKs-f- rr bbl PMTAlOBM-txrb- bl r't.OUH-Wln- ter -N dairy ut CIT1 II Ieler much "Tub only thing I don't like about Mlsi "That Isn't is her balliina-salt- " affslusl her " Life. 1 1 ... NKW VOItls. . OIIAl.s'-Vheat- Its ) rs a 41 11 t io U I M si It Catarrh Core Is aConstltutlonalCure. I'rlcoTlc. A 14-n Jro patent',.. U Inorlb'rn ta u, ft Nn t r.l From tht llirjlit, Ilotlin, JkYtl. COH.sf. No S railed ti SflSM from n clear sky, a IIHHC-NLike a tliunU-rtol- t men trukoof puruljsls camn to Mr Frank T. U 34 n Hotlon auctioneer Ware, tho nilCAOO and appraiser, nt &U Washington street Kr.OL'H-Wtn- ter S Ml X patents IM Ho went to tost ono uU'ht uhout lx year UIIAtS Wheat-N- o. Sred HiA is s:, No. 1 Chicago lirlue sncailncly in robust health. When ho iu,-awoke his left side was stiffened by the COKN-- No.!t S s OSTS dendrnlng of the nerve. POHK-IM HI O'S IKI si KH The Interviewer sought out Mr. Ware tp LAltD jvrem KCt tho f wt. Ho gave tho Interesting parHAI.TIV.Oitr. en (i :o Fiot'n-rnmiir ticulars la his own way: "Tho llrt shock came very suddenly Torn MUed. 1 was asleep, but it was not lasting In whilo its effects, and la a few wce'is I wiisstloto on ' e IS Vi lm about A few months after, when exlOItKMe 4 l'ATTLK-n- rt itliJ 4 M hausted by work and drenched with rain, 1 IIOs.S- - Western quUtr 5 10 went homo In a very nervous suta. The INDtASAPOt.1. result was a second and more sevcro shock, niMIN'-- w h'M-N- n. O MU I after which my left arm and leg wero pracn It Corn Ni miied tically helpless. Oeli-- Na U 3 t rutted. "My grandfather, who was a soldier In t)UISV!MX tho Revolutionary War, and Inst na arm in T 4 IS patent tho atriicplo for American l O tied ..... died filially of pur.iltsls. My father also icd l It dlrdof pnrnltsls, altuotiKh It was compli... Oata- - MIltd st (jlOfO cated with other troubles, and o I had some POmc-M- ess l.AKO-McWiiotvledi-of tho fata! character of tho ills U TM case wlik.li Is licrwlitiiry In our family I took warning, for, A ftor tho second shock hi all probability, a third would carry mo OAT-allird ow n ler. ur. of ease I n dlfflcult pursuit Coir. ' a t4 ASSIST NATURE a little nov and thro I.AKD-Wester- .ealBBW in trmosinit ofTcnd. Ing matter from the well-kno- . ts Nn v tomach and bewelt and you thereby avoid a multitude of dittrrssinfr dc lanetmrntt and ills. rasea, and witl luv less frequent need of your doctor's CIVIC unAIS-Wheat-- No. t Oata-Ml- ted t.AMIi-Xen- ncd iia ti mt a lU' agent for this purpose, I)r litrce'i Pleasant I'cllct are the best. One used, llicf are nl WbbbbbbbVs bbbbbbbbbbbWM Of all known llHAtN-Wheel-- No. Cnrn-.Ml- o am tlvcneta, or constl. nation, sour ttom. acb, loss of appetite, coated tongue, indh rettion, or Jyspepsi, windy brlchlnRt, "heart burn," pain nd dlstics after cat. Ing, and kindred derangement of tht liter, (tomach and tttmel. wnt In fnvor. The relief cure hi 11 out nets, sick and biliou headache, duiincts, cos. "Almost every tldnf? nnder tho sun was recommended to me, and I tried nil tho remedies that scorned likely to do any good, clectrklty, massage und icelalist, but to no effect "Tho only thing I found that helped me was Dr. William' Piult Pill, and 1 verily bcllevn that If it hadn't Imii for thoso pills 1 would have boeudeod yoar apo. "Yes, I atillhaie a sllnlit reminder of tho last attack atx years sko. My left arm Is not nsstronf as tho other and my left foot drugs a little, as tho paralysis had tlio effis t of deadening be nerves. Hut I can still siil'T :u over, walk a good disiaui--- , Uum I am and my gunerul health Is really over oventy years old, although I am generally taken to bo twenty year toitugcr thnathat I 'Tho Pink Pills keep my blood In good condition, and I bellevo that Is why I Bin to .weal, nlllioiiKli rhperfulncaa may help. "I have thought of it a Rrcat mnny time nnd I honeatty that tho Pink Pill havo saved my life," Mr. Vie hait every appearance of a perfectly healthy mun, nnd urrlves at his onlro promptly nt eight o'clock every mori.tng, although ho has i codicil mi ago tvhcu mnny men retire from active, life. Ills experience, (swell known to a great many pooplo In Boston, whom Ids constant cheerfulness has won htm bouts of friends. Ho say s that in his opinion botn his fattier and grandfather could hnvo been saved if Pluk Pills bod been obtalnalilo ut that tlmo. Dr. William' Pink Pills for Palo Pooplo contain all thn elements necessary to glvo new Ufa and richness to thn blood and shattered nerves. They may bo had of alldruggUtsordlrcctby mall from the Dr. Williams' Modlelno Co,, Schenectady, N. Y,, at Ma. per box, or six boxes for tl.w. sph-mll- off. SVebster'B Iiitcntationnl 5ureorA"f'iWif(isf.' tttntiditrd AfiKel's uetrlrellscboulliiHits. Srerlmfn rot's, ctes-o- l on trrortlleo. e Subretnel-inrt.lh- fl. ,Bil 'l);TQ-3erarfr-4- r l.flo-'- l y O. THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL PURPOSES. It Is easy to find the word wanted. It is easy to ascertain the pronunciation. It is easy to trace the growth of a word. It Is easy to learn what a word means. C. Mcrrlaru Co., IMilillrtticrit. Mprliicrlclfl, JtflM, Korean l'unWIiment f&Wfi$tb3J. tmtsigs I wi .i... ... ... iSoof .-- now 51,000, At Owensboro Hussoll Hockcr, aged 3 years, wns fatally burned thu other day. Tho child procured matches and started a ilro among some shavings, when his dress caught fire, nnd he wus so badly burned before his mother reached him that ho will die. U. U Lyons, nt Sharpsburg, has n pear thot weighs thrco pounds. At Richmond A. 0. Quick was given one year In tlio penitentiary on a chnrgo of obtaining money under falso pretenses. He Is ono of tho coltcctlon agents who operated there last January. Kiikioiit train No. 7, on tho Louisville and Nashville, was wrecked one milo below llcnnlovlllo, a few days jgo. Tho killed wero: llrukeinnn W. Louisville; nn unknown L. Puynter, (Jco, Weston-backeNegro. Tlio injured: Parkcrsburg; W, Vu,; James Wheeler, Columbus, O.; Jos. Dolan,' Worcester, Mas. All of the Injvred will recover. r, The Korean law rends: "Ono owes money, and at the promised falls to pay It, whether the debt be to his majesty the king or to another person or other persons, shall be beaten two or threo times a month on tho ikln, nnd this punishment shall bo continued until tho debt is discharged. If a man died in debt his relation must pay that debt, or bo beaten two or thrco times a month on tho skin." Quaint Korea. A and no wonder. Think of the condition of those poor women who have to wash clothes and clean house in the way. They're riihr i tired, vexed, discouraged, out Tt r vTN. T Mi VW i, v ol sorts, with aching backs and aching hearts. 7 I hey must be out of their wits. Why don't they use Pcarlinc ? That r--f is what every woman who yyea. v J- l- mi , iTV values her health and strength v iimiimm.ti is coming to. And they're coming than ever. Every day, Pcarline's fame to it now, faster grows and its patrons increase in number. Hundreds of millions of packages have been used by bright women who who i tlmo want to make washing easy. (vWfVs ) Out of sorts fv (A'--fvaK - JLf t S Wto . WW( -- n POPULAR NOVELS. PEPSIN TUTTI ADAMS' pneknr-c- s - FRITTI Pjnkeuto.v patrolman who has tho ADAMS & SONS CO., largest beat in Kansas City walks thirty-nlnnille every night, from 6 o'clock in tho evening to 0 o'clock in tho morning. Ho knows most of tho WAGONS and dogs on tho East Siilo, and has found Aii list futs. Lfl p. -Brrn tatteaUoul. UteH that they do their Bleeping chiefly In In lima Holdbrdrnarrliia K an thu daytime. ' rx(roi:o, SprlinlViioudcrjaa, Wmtloi e,Kiie",e All Work Ouaran teed for One Vear. TKtriilONKs nro to bo admitted into A. N, K.-- K. Italian nunneries by a recent decision THE BtS VEHICLE 1671 C0.V!.,,,lsjijV of tho congregation of bishops, but a Wlll.N ItlllTIMl TO AIIVrUTItr.H l'I.EAR JtMrle letsltt bl .11 M,.f. strict censorship will be exercised over SEND ' tlale Utt teu tew Ike A4trlltt(aal la I kit -. tho wire. ooi navjaa.j,ai. ialt, ale, etr. o r Five Cents in stamps will procure nny one of them dclivcrctl IN..U, contain a list of novels by the most popular Authors. U. VW- GnRRInGBS Ills g Si lSt r .- -- .u lXL