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KXKCTJTHirJ WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 0KORO1 WARR1N, MB. WBAUNt I a Kdltor. Assistant Editor. THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER; IX WKST15KX KENTUCKY. 1850. Price of Ascription, 1.00 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, 'CY., Fill DAY, OCTOBER VOL. XXX. re NO... SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC CALI, AND 8JCK ITS. NOT YET RUINED. Fatlarlons rredlptlons of llppnlillran. B the Iron Trade. The prediction of the ruin of our Industries that wan to follow the passage of the Wilnon bill are still fresh In tho minds of tho people. Kvcn their authors hnvo not forgotten them, though they are praying for some "aweet oblivious antidote" that will re mora them from tho memory of others. The iron trade han long been re garded an a sort of barometer indicating tho state of general business. II furnishes the Implements of production to such an extent that It must bi miick,mmJt.AAm OCTOBER 1895. Toe. Hip l)l(7errtit f'oiir.i. l" M Tin. mi Frl. Sat o i 10 5 tfFfr ttf:rfTTTT'l Poiton lii U 1( 17 in' 2.1 2: 25 OfJ. St 28 20 :fo 31 - li 12i: is In 2i Thoinasvllln tkxitU Georgia to get the brneflt of tho present price, nml tlin compress at Is being rushed to market dpy to ge I tho ment? being worked night ami tpto ready for ship- 4. . A.JtMiOUiiwlUIUni, ofVt.rtier,' " I. ii.i oiienuioiua iarKv until most. valuable collections of ntiiorranhn in Ihe United State. Tin-r- nre over l.Oon In nil, Including all tho Presidents of the United State. Tltr working model of itn cleclrlo sheet awrcHr, which gathers In dirt from a street at tho rate, of fifteen tionize tho business has bren completed nml w III he exhibited at tho ll.iy State fair. thin country amounted, according to the report of tho fidelity Insurance companies, to Jt.VwtUHH), nml this I Mild to lnvn liven mi increase of li Lout over the aggregate defalcations of thu jcar In Mfll In ?,Oi'-,0-I- mile nn hour, and promises to revolu- Tiir. defalcations tin the part of men nml hoys occupying 'Kisltlon of trust commission. routo rather than thn Panama one. Hut In his report he lays that the line already laid out by tlio Nicaragua Canal Co. is not tho beat one, for tho commission by Us Investigation found thnt It would bo moro fcaslhta nud cheaper In the etid to tako a different course than that pursued by tho company's engineers. Speaking about the work of the harbor at (Ireytown, the report will Bay that tlpa. ko far U us. good as all that-I- s naBgh'tioraltiieHgla gTeafilcal'nf iJrti:lrtfclue harbor being of n sandy soil, na soon as the ex cavations havo licen made tho sand has washed Into them again and rendered tho work nliuosl nil, Moj. I.udlow In his report states most distinctly thnt tho commission recommend that the government should nskiimo tinancinl responsibility for the undertaking nnd khould build the canal. These lire tho rilef recommendations In the report, although, of course, the document Is lilted up with much detail and reports of tho trip and Investigation of tho Ferryman's Y.iwlboat CapsUat In tht ntnt Clieiipr, Oct. 12, MnJ. Luilloir, Patapico River. tho president of the commlulon acut by thu prunldcnt to Nlcarngua to titer III N lis ft of Mini make tho government investigation of Ih Miafilinuir LII). I.., Itiirnfil Four Near Motr I ho canal, has finlnhcd report and his llnirs Mnrklne In the frli.ft Mere It will bo made AiptiJllstPil br the hmoke. public shortly. Ma J. exLudlow makra a most haustive atntcment his and lUtTIMOHK, Oct II. A ferryman's ihlcf recommendation Is In yawlboat In which six persons were nt 31iire WAdiilNOTox, NICARAUQUA CANAL. lhn That 1'ar.n.il by t'iiii.iniij' Dnclnrrr. ItpriinimrmUil roim DuowNKo. TWENTY VOLCANOES la Ihe Aleut Chain In A . t.rabiCiai w THE CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT. Ihp nior of Arktniil Mill lrrnd l'Mii thr klicrlrr of OiirUml County, I.Mtm: Hock, Ark., Oct. 12. The tight situation can bo hummed up as follows; The governor will depend entirely upon A tmv utnilm firm In Now York the shctllT of (larland county. If that nppllott hi the In ofiiuinl tells tho governor that lis I; Gut city for ;..0nl In Tho jxiwerlesn to stop tho tight nnd asks cnll mm pioniptlj met by the tiensury for asilstnnco (Joe. Clarko will place (lllcials, the placed In bags, the militi.i at the disposal of the SncrifT If llaupt does each cviiUlniiij,- - 5.IMI, uiul It took 100 sheriff. bag of MMiuio to meol the onler. not call for any assistance the governor will do nothing. This line Tho total Height was one and one-haof aetiott is in accordance with all ton. precedents. Tho statutes of Arkansas Tun "Klr-dli- " norm ' linn made Itn ap- plainly says that as assistance must lie pearance in lliuiitatiiia county, Kau, cnllrd for from the hlierlfT before the It first deposits h v gg-- In the nap of governor can call nut the militia, the branches, and later girdles them tior. Darke wrote Circuit Judge Kulllo that the wind breaks thrm and they of Hot Springs, I'rlday, commending fill I, Then the egg hatch, and tho him for his action of Thuriulay in tellTHE JOINT MEETING In tho earth until ing the sherill that ho should prevent or tli yuimg llnd Oprrstor. .ml tlnrr. st I'ltttlxirgh tho follow In spring when they climb the fight. Tho matter rests entirely tuDcluiles It. Ytork. hutiiii-sthe tree nml do again with the ofllclals at Hot Springs. I'msnfnnii, Oct. 14. The Joint convention of operators nnd miners con I'rnni'r.llimi Trentr of I'eaep. Till general of Hit- cluded its work Saturday morn Matin says that ing by adopting the report of " he l'Alils, Oet. I'hilrvli In Minnrn-xildeveloped Iho faet thai, excepting tlie Lutherans, the treaty of peace made by the French committee on dead work. Thlnport kiIIv 1V immigration, commander In Madagnf ar with the demauded the wngo recruited prl " lb., I ln a government provides thnt no ternml the l)lclpU- - of Const, the "nd whercbv the pay in incja,,el communicants in thl country ritorial concession shall bo made by decreascd In proportlr-- o "" P"co the llova government without tho con. paid to the miner. "'o resolution the tear ISmi nnd IslHI ratl tlinti any sent of Trance, and that the conces- tltlnir the iliffcrer.'l "'' ' and "Iter il h sions that have already been granted January I, prf"1"' VrlAay evening other I'rotrntaiit denoiiiiiiatioii. may bo cancelled. I'nder the provis-sion- s nml which ?"'" w,w,uruwn "u"1 aKa" thn grants of vast tracts of coun- offered ,tlijrdny morning and nftcr t ia,70lTu to maintain thn It will pwbltS M'huflN of e York elly in try obtained from the llova premier br pnh&mM tlCMinu rfis niluptotl. Of thin a moil lit J1.73J.l:7 In for lingllshincn nnd (icrmansraay be wlW jfimviacs that on nml utter January 1, the proper differ? ntinl payment .- In grammar nud urnwn. salaries of between cash and storo orders for minprimary ehool The kludergarteiin 'I lie I'lol AVn"I)Ur"'r'1-ill le contiuiteil Tor the enforced rloi ing coal shall be 20 per cent wr ton. Thl In believed by ail concerned to be attendance of chronic truautn ami the ha,beendlkc-rrrt,,r,0,e.?eU', maintenance, of truancy kchooln tho cape of I'V'- iiujmini, iiiu muriicrvr tho death knell to thu company store any attempt "h any such passage. .ncrlun (Jing, from the county uiu of Ji.iHi will be cieiiilfd. p ii v'ir psrt lo do so will subject you to .Vegni l.rnclii'il In Missouri. iii llupllcate keys wfro mado in ' line, ami to treatment that I nm urt DARGE WRECKED. Jackson, Ma, Oct 14. Friday night be h distaotcful to you. I do not at A ra.linl drill for tlitH'V" some way which lilted his coll door Win. Henderson, a Negro, was taken u - tlmp Know in detail all the complications J",v and tho outer door. These keys were The Captain ami Tiro Sallois DruTTned at Waterto--"'"- "' Male nmenal i bii h you may be Involved by any such at- iliie ahop Another Mnn .ML.Inc cmnpU'cl at a found by n deputy nnd they fitted the from the hands of Sheriff Itandall by enough - Urgent eer ma.lo locks perfectly. A bribe had been of- - n mob. He wnn hurried off to a pas I.oltAl.v. ().. Oct. IX The bargo i. .!i Pt hut I am wellthe poweradilsedof the lltiiywhe. " of i and authority in id'1 It inelglin t"eutv fcrcd to one of the deputies to aid In ture near here, where he waylaid Nellie Hull bound from to 'i Ktm h ou will tind yourself confronted C"tiiitr-t"III lhi Min- t'levelnnd with sand and gravel, was t. - in.it it will proie sufficient to deter you criminally and assaulted iwj tmi, W ' caiefiillv urn the tho escape, a fact which the deputy re In a prize nie Ilust white, aged 14 years, w recked oil this port nt 3 o'clock .Mon- fr i, slit In Arkansas. made that the arm, nlilrh neighs ixirtod to the shcrltT. sou toknon mush Tho Negro n hanged day morning. on Thursday Catit Peterson, John Iti . he- i .ur.ilunforofur as Itrelstes to you docs lour, can le muted hImmiI by thu finrli , Heail lloitj rminil in n I'relght ("nr. to the limb of on elm tree. There was of Pomcroy, O., and n Ii ' a i .ill for the rltatlon of construction of prciiure of n tiiau'o little linger riTTMiL'noii, 1'a., Oct It I'rlday comparatively little excitement while sailor, name unknown, who lived In i,., or olhe' rules of law In the prespnt a.n I'iiam mcodrclarea that it vn ill the Ixxlv of an unknown was found In the lynching was being carried out It Cleveland, were drowned. Ceo. Wilson Kit- - l i utillo opinion, which at last Is the f "m inflicts penalties, prize fighters have mkiii hare the largcnt atore in the n Ixix car In the I'au Handle freight is hardly probable thnt auy of the was taken from the rigging at 10 aumoruy are inose Commission merchants who lynchers will be arrested. o'clock Monday morning by the tug t . p. nnien there Isin lack of law to doudu A big department MOrld. ktore to lm jnrds. no make but opened the car to unload bananas Wilson had lashed himself irn mi duty to do all that Ls bera Indicated, cascade. oullril tho l.mporiiun it now being Clevilnnil In New York. - ih Is the only communication thst I shall made tho discovery. The Wly was bllilt there it h lull uill corer n.OtXJ feet New Yoiik, Oct 14 The steam ynoht to tho rigging nnd wan unconscious ! s to tou I hare been somownst more When ho revived he more pnee than the noted lion March. burled under the freight The dead Oneida, with President Cleveland on when rescued. it,.- than would be the easo It the matter man wan about 43 years of nge, .'. feet said that ono man had left tho wreck In I'.iriv It In to contain, bcnidcn thn bo.ird. arrived hero Sunday morning isn to discussion." iiiultlltidiiioui drpailmeiit found in o inches high and weighed about 140 from Gray Gables. Tho yacht anchored on a plank. He in supposed to have pounds. It Is thought death resulted been TEMPLE OPERA HOUSE the big fttoren of moil clllet. a c) cling olf cant Twenty-Sixt- h street about seen drowned, as nothing has been of him among tho wreckage that Vt i)hiol, a barber nhop. a lunk and a from heart disease. noon. Tho president left tho vessel at lliilutli Dsniaced by Fir. lo the Amuant has come nshorc. candy factory 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon and was of ISHO.OOO. Price of dint Ailvnnc-ril- . n i nil, Minn., Oct 14. At 12:15 St. Louis Oct 12. Tho price of bi- driven to tho home of his family physiMiprciiie Court in Session U cilimnlnl thai there are at ,i lav morning, an hour after tho coal has ndvanced nearly cian, Dr. Jos. llryant, at f.4 Went 30th Wahiiinoto.n. Oct is. Tho supreme l.Mn) earn of t) pliolil fercr In tuminous prcM'til of Daniel Sully's company during the past street. He dined with tho doctor and court convened Monday for tho OctoChicago, tif nlileh nearly ItNlarc in tho two cents per bushel ten days, nud anthracite coal has his family and left nftcr a visit of an ber term of ISSS. All tho surviving lu ix?cn concluded, there was an ex-- i hoipHal Alial)M'n by the city in in the basement of tho Temple jumped tip over 0 cents ht bushel in hour nnd n half. Justices wero present. Tho death of i.x-r.- i house, one of the finest theaters hare provod thill the Hater the same period. The dealers claim (ieiiri;n Itrnwn. Ailmirnl Justtco Jackson caused a slight rear- in i supply from thu Hyde, I'ork and I.ako this is due to shortage of tho coal supIn a few minutes Washington, Oct II Admiral Oca rangement of the sittingson the bench, tin- hIhiIo interior wan a seething mass View pumping klntioua cciitainngermn ply, and unless tho situatlnu Improves llrown, tho ranking olllcer of the navy Justice Into taking the decensed jus- of tl imcs which shot n hundred feet of the dUone. 'Die health bo.ird at- In a few days there will be a serious tribute llut outbreak to the linproer coal famine In this section and prices and commandant of tho Norfolk Navy tice's plnce at the extreme right of the a1 om- the roof ns roou as they obtained vard, has returned to this city from chiof jiikticc. This brought together an outlet. In half an hour tho rear dumping of garbage, nud ha takau will go higher. Indianapolis, whero ho wan initiated Justices Gray, llrown and White. ilepn to correct tho eril u.tll fell. The building wan part of in tho G. A. II. last Wednesday, tho 1 lin Strike I'rnoitnallv Over. tin- - Masonic Temple, but a wall INrnpeil Convict ltecnpturril. O.nr. of the curionltlen of tho cable no wood, Mich., Oct 12. Tho strike charge and badgo having been given them. Coi t wire O., Oct 15. Geo. Illack Walker. code method of lending information in among the trammers nud tlnilwrinen nt him by Commander-ln-lhlc- f i lo- beautiful rooms of the Scottish burn, n not irious convict, nnd who has Kite consistory, which wero In the klioiMi In a recent iiicnaage iiniiinincing the Norrlo mine Is practically over. When Admiral llrown retires on reachpart of tho theater portion, were tho los bi fiie of n tdnp at ra Tho All of tho timbermen nnd nearly all ing the age limit next April, after 49 spent near.y 35 years of his life behind memnge Mim com eyed in tlirro nordn tho trammers returned to work Friday years' service he will reside In Indian prison walls, wan recaptured Monday i cstroyed. together with tho valuablo Athens, O., nnd plnccdjn evening of Scott i ciiblo cikle. "mouldered, snd tho remainder algnlfy their Inten- apolis. and library. Tho insurance the state prison from which ho escaped in the double building was 8110,000, hui rahl liallulujiih!' "bmouldored" tion of returning Monday. The trim A Terrible Fall. three months ago. MuniK for "thralilp ban lieendettroy til mers wcro granted an incrcaso of I nnd its value wjs S200.000. Tho burned I'lTTSiiuitoii, Pa., Oct 14. James by lliei" "hurrah" for "crew unved by cent per car, half of theirdetnand mak Ilannon was found dead on Steuben jiortion wan valued at SOO.OCKX Hut l'ostr.l Clerk Arrested. wns a wonder bci," and "hallelujah" for "all ing their pay Sjfcenta. street, west end, by l'atrolmai) Cnrrl-pan- , WAfliij.vOTo.v.Oot 15. Tho postodlce three walls nre loft. It haudii Miied Inform wire ami early Saturday morning. To was department van Monday notified of thnt other portlonn and a whole squnre Ilai:ln; Carnival. of wooilen buildings wero not deOrri'HWA, la., Oct U. On Tuosday, lying under the Pan llnndlo railroad tho nrrcst of Joseph Thomas, a rail- stroyed. Tho origin of tho firo is unmot Instant way postnl clt rk on tho St. Lonlnatid hninen of few of the world's October 22, will open in this city one bridge nnd had evidently Tiir precipitated from tho Tcxarkann rail wny line for rifling mml known. great men luivo leeti nn carefully of the largest racing carnivals over death by beingIn CO t foot high. Nothing matter. Ho ias been in tho service In thn Interest or Klllott'a Itelenie. nn (loethe'a at Weimar. held In tho state. On each of the five bridge, which NothIs known nn to how ho was killed. for over live .ears. Coi.vmiiui, O., Oct J4. A. J. Grieve, ing han been dUturbcd, nnd In bin days of tho meet will be live running Ilannon wan employed ns attorney for W. J. who has d aleeplng room, vvlicro ho died, tho races for large purses. A special pac' on the Pittsburgh A. I.ako brnkemntiI Ined for Iolterlni; Krlo railfor a pardon, received n letter mine, kprcail corcra the bed, and hit Ing nice between Joo Patchen nnd wny. Woostmi, O, Oct. 15. Mrs. Jaenl from Patrick Kgan, to drinking cup, nxiuge and wnnh b.mlu Strathbcrry will bo a feature. McDougal and Mrs. Alonzo Dow, wfi Chill, saying that lie would be In CSiore IStirgluriz-'d- , are In the snmo ponltion In which he of a Woostor manufacturer, vote olumbus Monday nnd would porsonally IltTFOiiP, O., Oct 14. llurglara enterleft them The old man who unci! in K"iituoky Post OMcn DUi'initlniieil. Sumlay night at 11 o'clock for do what ho could to secure Klllott'a reWahiii.notov, Oct 12. Thepostofllce ed the gencrol storo of Moon .t Co., of the poet'k llfetlum repaired hlnciuch loitering. Monday morning tlicv were lease. Ho han petitions in KUiott's Mill rlnltn it periodically to t.cu if it st Orillln, llullltt county, Ky., will be thin place and stolo jewelry, clothing, lined SftCO each by Mayor Jeffries. discontinued after October 1A. favor containing over 7,000 n nines. etc., to tho nmount of over S200. nredn attention. ). Corbctt-ritxslmmn- e. ly lf 1 1 crossing tho eastern branch of the I'atapsco river Sunday, was capsized and four of Ita occupant were drowned. The dead nre: Fred VolU-masaloon-keepeMulberry street! James Muster, Wilklnn avenue; William llcynnlds, Holllns street; Harry Stoln-rr- , one of the ferrymen. Tho first three named were married. The party loft Ferry liar to row across to Meter's resort In Anne Arundel county. A stlfT breeze wan blow l7'.5Sa'iviJf.11!'r wsILjsh'- mnn-ns-None secmn to know what cauncd tho little craft to overturn unless it Has becausa one of the pasfcfngers stood and caused It to dip The accident wu witnessed by hundreds of loplo who lined each side of Spring Hardens and several boats put olT to the rescue. One was found clinging lo the boat and one had managed to keep himself allo.it by the old of an oar. The others had sunk, Tho bod ln wcro recovered. Stoiiv Cirv, la., Oct 14. -- Tho shaft-hous- e at tho Summit coal mine, threo miles south of here, burned at V o'clock Saturday night 1 our miners Allicrt Peterson, sin gle; Alexander Kiistman, singb; Inge Ingleman, single, nnd (leorgo I'ayne, a married man wero burned to death. Tho etiglneer had built a ro In tho furnaco which hoists the shaft, and left for supper. While he wan gone tho timbers closo to tho furnace and thn mtno was He rapidly filled up with smoke. returned and attempted to draw tho Imprisoned men from the mine when the cable broke, precipitating thoin to the bottom of tho shaft ihey found no wny to escape from tho mino nnd entered a cell, hoping to barricade tho entrance nml thus keep the smokn out, but It was impossible. lhf Indications were that they died within half an hour after they commenced to 1111 the entrance to their retreat r. 11 n Kpls-cop- li-T- Khim-ii-palla- -- . - " Island, which has been throw tie governor has counseled with ing up a cloud of steam nt times ior UiwyiTs uud hln pronunclamento was years, but It was supposed that all the jaror of preventive measures and Is other peaks uu this .iuKuinr line, u''rfpare.rt an llnal. The governor will jxtlpcVcratcv r1''rT'W'i'cl-,ft'f''1- J tovCoperatWWtI7 Wfe'.1 Jn ancTlt1s"Wc place Now ns far as the eyo can react. Dudle, of the Hot Springs dls , , V . ... ugnt, snouiu... ap- - duty of tho chiefArkansas, to enforce executive from any point In tho llchrlng sea ad V.ric., lo prevent, me n . . , it jacont or even nt a uistonco from the ar that tho local authorities fail to their wjjhcs. You can also say that famous seal Islands, the rising smoke liVnrcsn upon tho flirhterH nnd their no reliance in to be placed In any adnud steam ran be seen in both direc- baVtern with sufllclent forco the verse statement contained In any distions. Tho eruption In general and so dtclarlng the fight off. la patches to which I have said above. very lively that ut night tho airy col- his lilter to Judge Duflto, Gov. Clarke The fight will not tako place at Hot umns take nn thu reflections of the says Springs or at any other place in tho fires deep in the earth beneath tho I loivio assure ou that you shall have my state, cither on October 31 next, or nt In any effort any othci date while I om governor." craters. Nowhere elsn on the globe can prompt i,l ctrcrfut the proposrd prize such t. sight bo witnessed. In the day- you may !Ap tosuj-arpsAlthourh Monday's dispatches state Bttrht nt you will be time only white miiokc or steam is vis mske in i m connect Any onler thatprovemay that Cor tt and Inon snail not ible. As dusk comm and darkness fol effective for wjnt of ropr to enforce It in Hot Seringa within the next day or lows tho wonder grows. Tho bright I ray this th conrWcce beeause I bold In two, the governor says he will cause columns show up In the cold Alaska tho hlitliPit Iloujit I the Qdellty snd couraco their nrrcst immediately nftcr they will ftel sure that his night llrst and ns it gets darker other of Sheriff actlie asslntsnre cin tie rilled upon, but It Is enter Arkansas territory. All parties vivid curls of smoke arc to bo seen at known thst even Jupiter santtlmes nods. If It at Hot Springs are still hopeful that greater distances. Sometimes when shall, contrary to my become the fight will take place and preparathe position "f the observer is advanta- neecsssry to proceed wlthoutthe valuable aid tions for the mill nre lielnjr pushed of the sheriff I sunn ready to supply all that rapidly. geous a dozcii or fifteen of these mod- may beneceary I airree Public sentiment at Hot that ern pillars of fire nre in sight proceedings will In thl llnstance meet Springs Is decidedly in favor of the ' Th feature 'Iho show of fiubtcrranecn forco the demands of law nnd Justice fight as it is In fnct among sporting y is the most ever of this threatened prlte fish which ha, circles all over the state. Corbett Is arou-eand will continue to the on observed American soil. of our people is Its cliracter as an expected to arrive nt Hot Springs As proof of the mighty power that is imasion of the state by a class ol persons and Tuesday and n telephone conversation at work lieneath tho Islands a neck of f.r a purpose tint will not bo tolerated else- with the Springs Monday afternoon land has been force up out of tho where. Under the circumstances It Is a snys he will give a glovo contest there assertion of n sea between Itoganb v and Old lloga-slov- , Dot possess tastes andbelief that ow people it Wednesday night Gov. Clarko says sentiments that Corbett will do nothing of the kind and and the two Wlands aro one It with standards nhlch prova',1 la is queer looking land. One of the communities. Kcesrded aisuehsi future developments will bo watched passes m shown mi thu chart as con- lnvanlon the proposed event assumes i maun'., with the deepest interest necting Fehring sen with the greater tude that nould not attach to a similar affill oriranlzpd It becomes more tLan as MUNICIPAL REFORM. ocean to the southward. The rocks in Infraction of a statute, sad In Its suppression this neck nrp manifestly of volcanic calls for theeicrcMeof moro prompt and sum- Warrants Out Aclnt ntunarr.li origin, black and smooth in surface as mary measures. I will treat your lett'r to n.j Officials for MLilpiiipuntir In OIIIcp. ai an application to support your eSorts to If onco mcltt 1. PiTTMintoir, Pa., Oct 15. At live deal with the mstter In this aspect, and cot o'clock Monday afternoon City Countil I shall haie exhausted the very BLUE AND GRAY. powers conferred on the Rovernor 6 ntroller Gourley appeared before Alder7,'iBI st A CI. A. I. Man iiccr.U 1 hat Cpfifeitrr- - section that I of .sandel snd Hill's dlslain.will I man Illack and mado three Informahave made th. effort In admit against Maj. W. C Morcland, Ip. Up Ailmlllril to National "I will notify the p.irtlr. personslly Inter, tions llmii.-attorney nnd his assistant W. II. ested In this affair of my drtermlnstlon too llaz-.irTacomo, Wish.. Oct 15. -- Ceo. operate with the local authorities In their ef- House, each charging misdemeanor in politician nnd n forts to prevent its occurrence ai Hot Sprlnji ofllcc, for receiving interest on city a mrrnberof ustcr pot G. A. It., of this and request them todenlst from further money. Three separate charges aro In this dlrectioa city, at the regttlnr meeting of the In his letter to Sheriff Houpt, Gon made on account of the fact that post, gnve notice that he would on Mr. House had received Interest on city taturday next offer a resolution provid- Clarke expresses a desire to confer money deposited in three different with him personally in order to reach ing that the t ustcr post appoint a combanks. Warrants were nt once made mittee of live to mcmorr.ilizo congress nn understanding an to what steps an out nnd placed in the hands of an olllnecessary to carry out his purpose. La for tho pastogc of n law doing nuny cer for tho arrest of tho accused. All with the distinction between federal addition to notifying President papers In together with a Ktnnrt of the Florida athletic club bt copy of I'm the case,lupuit of councils and confederate veterans no Inr us remall of his determination to prevent e lates to their admission to national committee havo been fight, soldier's homes. In -short, that ills- - theCorbett Gov. Clarke has telegraphed placed In the hands of tho district at- to and Fltzstmraons as follows! ItOrnOV, Sdwirtly flftni-- , tlmtlii(nrmil. n federate- soldiers teadj tided we-itiias t'r"".! vsi so part) aate to enirae It n-a- Tiuna Tvrrc mane i i:e purpose milieu lo me national soinicrs-nom- cs in pnte ncht In this state. Teg purpose or this House appeared at Alderman Macks' on exactly the same basis ns s io inform you that such an act Is in viola-i-iofllce, accompanied by their bondsmen. soldiers. nf our law and an affront to the sent!-s- i waived a preliminary hearing The proposed resolution has stirred t of state prldo entertdlccd by our pco- - They up much fceliug in tho post, many OlP and gave bail in tho sum of SO.OOO each Kill therefore, not be possible for you to for the December term of court members being outspoken against Ite I.iTTi.r. Hock, Ark., Oct 11. Gov. Harke, who has been examining the laws closely touching tho iMibcrna- jorlal power to prevent prlzo Gghtlng. as outlined Ills intentions in com belong to the L'nltcd States nnd on, tunilcatlonn addressed to the ofllcers at them nro probably the only active vol- - Hot Springs and the principals In the canocn lying within American tcrrl-- . Proposed fight Upon tho mooted oues- rltory. Much has been written of "on of tho proper modo of proceeding Commodoro Perry hnn ro-- t turned from tho Northern sea. whero alio hnn boon confronted each nlghtj for weeks by n gigantic line of fire. As dipt Smith expresses It, "Tho devil' stokers, hnvo been stirring up tho sea of (lame thnt In supposed to llo thousands of feet under tho llchrlng's bed and as a consequence fully twenty of tho forty volcnnos in tho Aleut chain aro now active." ,. The line of Islunds lying between tho Ilehring soa and the Pacific ocean cntio San cutter Kulillni FnANCIrco, Oct Stale of Eruption Keen. IS. GOV. Will CLAJtKE Tho rev With Local Author. Itles at Hot Springs. lh- t'rrslilrnl of thn I'lnrlils Clnh NotlflM br the floiprnor nf lilt Detrrmlaa- - tlmi in ntlllMlorlttndrittilnimci. Prrttnt Ih. slill-l- le Alan w NOT IN ARKANSAS. PROGRAMME OF REPUBLICANS Corbett and I llrsliiiiniins Must Seek Ile-whrvhptaf-- of Ih. 1'rntppttonUts for Ital.lna; for a llal.lecrnnnil. Ihe Itpvpnue. LtTTl.H KocK, Ark.. Oct IS. No vlsl-hi- e The Washington correspondent of chnngo has taken place hero since Saturday on the question of tho pro- the Chicago Tribune In authority for posed fight at the announcement that tho republican Hot Springs. When seen by your cor- leaders havo practically ngreed upon respondent Monday afternoon, Gov. their financial progrntnme for the comClarke authorlred tho statement that ing session of congress. "The Idea of moro revenuo through a revenue tariff ho has now full chargo of tho opposition to the state law which makes on wool, with tho Allison notes for prize fighting a misdemeanor, and that emergencies, will be tho republican as "an ounce of prevention In worth n financial scheme," nays thin pound of cure," and therefore he, as Whether ho han learned thin directly governor, wnn going to administer the prevention before the cure was needed from tho republicans or by making a or else resign his ofiico nnd turn the mrvey of the situation on his own acstate over to tho thugs and their co- count, very likely he Is right The republican leaders may not nnv enm-- j horts. "I nm going to prevent this fight to a dlntlnot understanding yet, but with peaceable means If possible, and logically they cannot voto to Increase in this falling, I shall resort to a force the revenue without at tho same time that will compel respect I have all voting to protect somebody. Just nowthe law 1 need, the people of the state the wool growers are the most elisraCorbett-Fiti-simmocorre-ipondent 0rfHAo,aHistllJ' will "'.'"P'aHtcaia virtually affected by either an locreasi or decrease of activity In productive The statistics of the business ore carefully collected and published, the Iron Ago being a leading authority. On Maroh 1, im2, tide Iron Age re ported the weekly production ol prtJT.lAmrlcan lttnac-- s to txjAlOi.tWJ tooti-iJt-Q,C-l I VS 'tf-Jtr- pre-prl-- of s lklf-pflnii- u note-worth- d. 1 prae-ile- compra-hensi- -- well-know- Ia ts-ao- iiilvl-PA'-- n ' purpoi-e.an- N-e- l- t l'ut-in-Ilj- y 11 I llagi-rmnn- i t-- A- i 1 1 ? - - scpa--.itc- -l 1 - up-iK- -r m-n- ." pro-Kcrr- ap-lle- not devoting Itn eiillro engineering skill to tho eu terprlso of constructing n road fiiim to tho I'iicIIIo Moscow across Mln-ilocean. A pioject has just been uill c'ally iiunoiiiiccd from St. Petersburg forncunal to connect tho Illack sea with the Ilnltlo largo enough to admit tho passage of Ironclads of tho heaviest tonnage, According to tho plans nnnoiinced the point of ilepartuin will bo nt Hlgn, following the coiirio of tho lhvlnri us far as pinotlcable, then by tho Dnieper to Kherson on tin arm of tho l'lscl: :?!. Its minimum depth is to be thirty feet. TlIK Riikslau emplro Is TlIK charge is made by n New YorW daily that the Uulted Slates iiriuy is thirty year behind that of (lerinany In equipment and organization, and, nn this charge Is mado In n poper whoso present proprietor wnn formerly of war, it munt bo W'nr Vessel Oolng Kast, Waniii.notox. Oct. 12. Hy request of Minister Terrell for the protection of American missionaries in Turkey, nnd it tho Instance of tho ntnlo department, the navy department has the Mnrblehcad to tho gulf of Iskenderoom (gulf of Alexnmlrotta). MlN.NKAroi.ls, Corli.Mt for lint Sprlns". After Sax Tex., Waniiimiton, Oct It. The secretary n htay A.ntomo, dnyn In Oct !"Antninn an of nine of tho Interior Saturday approved tho Jim MomU. following grants of laud to the statu nightCorbett nnd party left the chaui for Hot Springs, where of North Dnkota, all In tho DeviU plon will resume his training utile l.ako district: For tho North Dakota there university, 71,270 ucrcs; for puhlio the opposition of tho nuthoritics force him to make another move buildings, 21,400 acres. limit Grant Approved. Tim Fiord Itoya I'anlnneit, Minn., Oct. 12. Gov. Clongh Friday pardoned tho Floyd boys who were sentenced to the penitentiary about two years ago for complicity In tho robbery of the bank of Minneapolis by Faying Teller Schelg. Assistant U. a District Attorney. 14. Attorney Oct. Wahiii.noto!, General Harmon, Saturday, appointed Marcos Attrelius Smith assistant to the V. A. district nttorncy for Arizona. Mr. Smith for several terms roproscnt-t- d tho territory of Arizona in congress. Dr. 1'raker's Case. 14. Tho erand Jury of Kay county meet Monday, and during tho week the o uenco ngalnst V. lVaker will bo presented Or. G. snd tho jury called on to Indict him. The charge on which he is now hold Is business failed Monday and the cstnl Wilson's hands, nulled back tho trig- lishment is In thn linmlH of Tho liabilities uud assets arc placed at "er5 nnd emptied both loads Into tho V and side, tearing a about ituirti-n.-pp' Dr.NVKU, Col., Oct 15 (inrnon. Ken wood .t Co., clothiers, lifter --V jcai- Denver Clothiers Fall, '" lllenr a llnle Ttirniipl, III. Ilnilv. Ky , Oct. 14. Duke Wilson was shot nud instantly killed at his homo on Capo Creek, about ten miles from here, by 1 evl Anderson, u middle aged man, Anderson had bought a shotgun at Stanton und stopped at Wilson's place to show It to him. Out of fun Wilson began to gun Anderson about his pufchaao, telling him ho had got tho hot end of It, as the gun was out of stylo. Anderson besame very sngry, and jerking the weapon from Stan-ion- , Assumed that ho known whHt he in There Is, of yourse, Writing alMjnt, 10 comparison In also between tho llttla American nrmy and tho eiinr moils lifmlcH of nurope, but man for mini thcio Ih no concolvable reason why our small nnny ahould not bo as rITectivo in orgnnUatlou and equip njnut as niy otcfi Cnnrtlrtate for Congress Dead. Ciiicaoo, Oct, 12. Judge Cyrua I Cook, the republican 'candidate for congress In tho eighteenth Illinois district, who was nominated last week to succeed tho lato Congressman lie. mnnn, died suddenly at. the Great Northern hotel In thin city nt 0 o'clock Friday morning. Anarchist Put to Death. 1'iuouk, Oct 12. Antolne Hoffmann, th nnnrohlst, who murdered I'ollco Inspector Ilaumgnrteii on June 11 last, was put to death Friday morning. lit refused 0.11 religious ministrations. To Pump W Canto Indianapolis. iffnAn..W. Spanish Vesisl raptured by lbs Ilebsls. Kansas Cut, Oct attempting to obtain false pretenses. Tho Amt-rli-u- ii money under Wan Third. Tho final heat In the bicycle race for tho Prix du Villo de Paris was ridden Sunday, and was won by Morlu, a Frenchman. Hanker, PAU18, Oct. 14. tht Amcrlcau rlucr, wai third. Madkid, Oct 14, -- A dispatch from Havana to the Imparcial, says that a land of insuigentn recently captured the Vale Mercante, a small Spanish dispatch boat, that was moored near Santiago do Cuba. Tho vessel carried only one cannon, which together with tho small arms nnd ammunition on to Death nourd, wan selred by tho rebels. The Pn., Oct. 15. Judge linn vessel was commanded by a lieutenant stor overruled u motion for n new tria' and had n crew of twelve men, none for Jos, llorhlno, convicted of Hi t f whom was made n prisoner. The gn- -i murder for the killing of what they ebels left nfter ml" i ivantcd, making no attempt to hold at lliinmore Inst and cntrii-'ci- l him to die. the Tetsel. Ind., Oct. 15. An Ii diatin polin gas company has leased Inn near Franklin nnd proposo to put in pumping stations nt that plnce to piuni gna to Indianapolis this winter I arm em and gan men nro preparing to Ugh' thu cuso in tho courts. INDIANAPOLIS, 1 i On August 1, 1S0I, the begiuning o! Ituhsts who aro concerned In the pro- the last month of the life of the "hill duction of other raw materialof abomination," the weekly produc Hut the republicans cannot well tion of the furnaces wan 115,113 tons. voto to increase tho duties on wool On August 28 the new tariff bill be without at the same time voting to In- came a law. On September I, 1894, tht crease the duties on woolen goods. weekly rapacity of the furnaces had The woolen manufacturers must have risen to 151,113 tonn. A year later, oj more protection if thu prlco of their September 1, 18'JS, tho weekly output raw material Is to be Increased by pro- had risen to 101,029. tective duties. Tho republicans This is not n large increase over the have legislated upon this prin- greatest previous production, but it It and they ulwayn must adhere to an increase. It is a new ciple r it, not only for the sake of consistency, mark, established under a tariff law but nlso in order to retain the support which, however imperfect from the of their most valuable allies, the manustandpoint of tariff reform, was confacturers. demned everywhere in protection When they Increase tho duties on circles as a free trade measure and ai manufactures of wool In order to com- certain to ruin our industries. Against pensate for the duties Imposed on the these reckless and unfounded predicraw material they will admit that the tions, which we denounced at the time elTcct of a duty, or, at leant, the in- they were made, we have the satisfactended effect, Is to raibe tho price of tion of setting the testimony ot a prothe article on which It In laid. They tection author that the "barometer ol admit that a duty on wool In intended trade" now registers a higher figure to raise tho price of wool. They must, than It ever did before. Louisville then, admit that an increase In the Courier-Journaduties on woolen goods is Intended to PROSPERITY SADDENS THEM. increase tho price of those goods. Otherwise raising those duties would Republicans DLtreoed by Improved llu.l-nn- i Conditions. not compensate at all for the duties laid on wool. Aro tho republicans preThe improvement In the finances of Inpared to admit that they wish to the country and In the general condicrease the prices of nil woolen goods? tion of business han disclosed the exWhat do they think consumers will istence of a painful state of mind have to say to that? They must make among the editors of certain republicthe admission, nnd the democrats are an papers. The announcement that willing that they should. tho receipts of the treasury for tho An for tho "Allison noten," It will be month will exceed the disbursements necessary to ijuo securities of some causes them deep distress. The estikind if tho government needs thirty mate that the continuous deficit of the million dollars more revenue, as the past two years will hereafter be re- republicans claim, nnd if no more rev 1 placed by a steadily Increasing sur enuo is to bo provided except from plus Is received by them with every wool, iso iluties tlie republic Indication of genuine sorrow. They ans will dare propose on wool and try not to believe It They even go so far as to argue woolens would provide more than halt . -. UiatJtjnusLJBisjBu.niiataVeJI)iejt tdlLl.kUUl- Trirprtimawd tnar tnw repumtoan case tho treasury ffrpi-tnjo- i irrltH programme has been agreed upon on holding payments, of starving the government service, of juggling with tho assumption that the administration will not tako tho responsibility of the transaction of public business, of recommending nuy plan for raising seeking to force a balance for the purpose of Influencing the elections. moro revenue. "The administration." Vthat kind or Americans are these wo nro told, ''would like tho revenuo BROKE INTO THE PALACE, w ithout the responsibility." If the re- whose hearts are aaddened at the evl And KIUpiI the Quppii and Three Othpr publican programme in wholly contin- dencen of their country's prosperity? llonien llioody Work In emil. gent upon this assumption we may rest What kind of patriotism is it which to tho assured that it will never be entered carries partisanship to such an exNnw Yoiik. Oct. 15. A Herald from Seoul, Corea. says: The upon. President Cleveland has never treme? Above all, where Is the Intelpalace wan broken into on Tuesday yet hesitated to recommend any mean-lir- e ligence in noting tho part of a mere morning by a body of Corcan troops that he deemed necessary or of calamity howler In a country In which nnd n band of Japanese soshi in civilian great Importance and there is no rea- prosperity Is inevitable? N. Y. World. dress. The colonel in command of the son to think that he in going to show PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. troops, on refusing to enter the palace, tin- - politic.il white feather at thin l.ito wnn killed, nnd n number of the palace tiny. If he thinks there In a real need Harrison Is shrewd enough to see guards were slain for more revenue ho will not hesitate that no "hard times" candidate can be The Japanese entered tho queen's to say so or to let congress know that elected In 1990. Rochester (N. Y.) Herrooms and killed the queen, tho minis- what he wants Is revenue and enough ald. ter of the household and three women. of it, and not tariff protection for the Mr. Reed hasn't been consulted The bodies were taken outside and Ohio shepherds ot anybody else, Chi In tho proposed withdrawal of HarriThe Japanese troopn wcront cago Chronicle. burned. son In favor of McKinley. St Paul the palace, but took no part in the proGlobe, ceedings. THE WHEAT SITUATION. If this tide of prosperity keepson Tai Won Kun, tho king's father, Improving Conditions I'nder the VIIon rlslng.vvhat will our republican friends asreached the palnco soon after the Law, have to talk about In tho campaign ol sault and assumed the chief authority. A high tariff contemporary claims 1090? Philadelphia Record. He in now dictator nnd Is known to "high-priceThe surplus in the treasury for that Kuropc bought more have been In tho pht. Tho McKlnloy September makes a corresponding defparty nre in control. Many of wheat from us under tho under wheat the icit in the republican magazine of cam. tho queen's party havo been arrested lnw than law-.paign ammunition. Louisville Courier nnd many moro have fled. It is be- Wilson It did In 1S9J because of crop Journal. Yes, lieved that the queen dowager was shortages .befrom the anxious that killed Sunday night and thnt the king fore In Kuropc. year and the year so bench Latest returns Crop damages were are to the effect that Gen. Harwill be forced to abdicate. Guards from tho l'nltcd States war- great that soma of tho European coun rison in still on tho lookout for that Rapids on grain tries their ship Yorktown and u Russian cruiser nnd suspended favored dutieslegislation "great emergency." Grand Democrat. otherwise at Chemulpo hnvo been ordered up , the import of American by wheat Hut The republicans could talk with Mckinley ism couldn t help our farmer a good deal more assuranco of the Mreet Hallway Kmployi-- t only did our uh-.beauties of protection if McKinley Dktiioit, Mich., Oct. IS. The annual after that. Not convention of the Amalgamated Asso- exports fall oil In lsll3 over forty mil- were not such an embarrassing fact ciation of Street Hallway Kmploycn of lion bunhels, but the prlco per bushel Indianapolis News. A few republicans attribute the America opened hero Monday, a fair fell twenty per cent representation of delegates being Instead of recovering the lost ground return of prosperity to tho republican present The following telegram was In tho next year of McKiuleylsni, congress that hasn't met yet No wonsent to Kugcno V. Dobs, at the Wood- wheat continued to fall in price. Not der the lunatic asylums are crowded. stock, 1IL, jail: "Tho street railway until tho Wilson bill had taken effect Anderson (Ind.) Democrat employes of America in session extend was any improvement perceptible. Now that Tom Reed has had an their slncero sympathy, assuring you Tho average export price of No. 3 red engine company in Kentucky named appreciate your work for the wheat has beon higher this year than alter him. It Is time tor Qen. Harrison that tlrj.at nny time since Europe's crop short and Maj. McKinley to do something workingmen of Amerlcn." age in 1S9J. The average for the year noticeable quick. Uoston Globe. Ihrown 1'rom a Vehicle, and Killed. han albo been higher than during the If all the democrats who stayed Howard corresponding period of last year un- away Ai.toona, Pa., Oct 15. from the polls last year will Ilitc, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. der the McKlnloy bill come out and vote in the states where Joseph Groft, and her thrco children, we compare tjunntitle.t no find elections are held this year democratla When of ltoaring Springs, wcro out driving, that up to tho 1st of August about victory will bo sure. Chicago Chronwhen tho horses took fright at n two million threo hundred thousand icle. drunken man lying on tho roadside. bushels more were exported thun durMr. Harrison wishes it distinctly Tho animals turned short about nnd ing tho corresponding period of last understood that whllo he Is not and away. AH wero thrown violcutly year, our crop snormge tun year in will not bo a candidato for the presiran from the vehicle. .Mrs. Groft was in winter wheat cut down exportn consul- - dency, ho must not be understood an stantly killed while the others were ably until the spring wheat crop was recommending either Mr. McKinley or krrioubly hurt harvested, but since the middle or "Se- llrer Reed. N. Y. Journal. ptember they havo exceeded last year's lllc Judcinent for Ilaitisee.. With tho new tariff law producI.ni'isvii.i.K, Ky., Oct 15. The larg- exportn. We are nheud now of 1S94 ing sufllclent revenue, It looks as if the est judgment over rendered In a dam- and nro likely to make gains every next republican congress will not be age suit was rendered by Judge Ttuicy week for several mouths over tho year troubled with the question that seemed Monday morning, when ho gave Kauf- lsU3 ns well us last year. Wheat is to worry Senator Sherman tho other higher now than it wan n year ago and day about tho relief of the United man, Strauss & Co. judgment for in their suit ng.iinst tho Louis- an high an It was In October, H93. States treasury. Utlcn (N. Y.) ObThere Is thin difference, however. server. ville Gas Co. nnd Louisville Klcctrlc While the tendency of the market two Light Co. Tho suit is tho result of a The republican national commitboiler explosion, which occurred on years ago was downward It is now up- tee Is shy forty thousand dollars and will ward. St Louts lte public. October 20, 1".'3, at tho plant of the locate tho convention In the city that The Louisville Klectric Light Co. Republican leaders In Ohio ore subscribes the amount Thnt scheme rear wall of Kaufman, Strausn ,t Co.'s fulling, possibly Andrew Carnegie or building wns demolished. This caused beginning to look blue around the some other manufacturer who has n tiro which destroyed Kaufman. mouth. Campbell In one of the most Stratus ,t Co.'s building and several popular men ill tho state, and nn a mado millions out ot the protection udjacent oucs. stumper he can give McKinley half a policy of the republican party and Is dozen laps anil then dtstanco him. planning to make more in the event ot I'nforrcd, Laws Acalnst .nloonkppers tho hot democratic the return of McKtuleylnm might bo Intl., Oct. 15. The With some of country rallying to hin Induced to put It up. Kansas City I.MiiANAroi.i, workers in tho new- democratic administration kept its is setting a Star. tho word Sunday by enforcing tho laws standard is decidedly discouraging to Readers of scmo republican pace that ngainst tho saloonkeepers. Tho pa- the little Napolnoa, who cannot but newspapers may bo surprised to hear trolmen wero instructed that they sincerity of men like Hush-nc- from the president of the Southern Pashould arrest every saloonkeeper who. doubt the nnd Foraker. Detroit Freo Press. cific that "the general condition of the violated tho Nicholson law. Tho sarailways nnd ol the country Is better loonkeepers prudently believed the Tho south Is In clover. Cotton than It han beon for years," If the new mayor meant what he said, for nt and tobacco aro brluglng higher prlcen recognition of such facts could 1m postattempts to violato tho law wero mudo. than for years- - Correspondingly the poned for eighteen months Mr. McKln-ley'- s The police reports indicate that it wns demand for fnicfolnage in abating. It uilscry-lovlii- g admirers In Ohio ono of tho quietest Sundays tho cltj will get so low after awhile that Tom might bo happy again. Hut It la Imhas experienced for many months. Uced anil Napoleon McKinley may be possible, and all hope of a calamity Police .Superintendent Colbert says the sblo to muster oourago to tell how campaign might an well bv abandoned. luw shall continue to b enforced -- N- V. WorhL they ktand Pittsburgh Post high-watel. c.x-ci- ty d low-price- d " Jl,--t- . at 3 ll be tho first considered. Other producers of rnw materials, such as coal and Iron ore, aro still protected to some extent, nnd thcro will be h cer tain degree of plausibility in tho claim that tho farmers who grow wool are an much entitled to protection an the cap 1 tlon ever attained up to that"date' "lr r was mark under the Mo Klnlcy bill or any previous tariff bllL It was never equaled In any subse quent week before tho repeal of tin McKinley act hhrh-wate- ThlTwi " ft t, ., J .. -- .. --rx rw.)ivi. ,1.1 it 1 - fcaw,., .,, .. t., tiJ,.,,, vyttirwn'njre C3 3,.:-;- :. f! wqrjtiiwcm nm THS WHITMAN COURIER. IIKJKU.VN, KY., FUHUY : : : jvHH: MTMr Mm'A.xnTtacrvKG-mJtM.i- umJiAmu wmn mjaa KtewrivTrtf0-mXL?mKwz3&-M- T t rrwn trJrw nwmw.T' IIOI.TIM: .lllil II 1). Viliflo u.iimrjnMmww llltADLMY. Strung Affrtlil CnmUiiate. (he lti;iMIr:tn I, A a : orrr. h. 18J).". s Uptight n ii 1 The cluiitmaii of mill Kppubllpan committees oT (lie district have ngrcod upon tlic following joint nppoluttupnts fur Dr. J. A. Doilsnn, liopntilfctin, iind J. 0. Spotlit, Demnprntlc candi(Into Tor IJppreseulativo in llilp o Hudson. tlio Democrat-i- Col. John I). White, tho crested who recently iiBkcd for a division of timo with (Jen. Hardin nt Winchester, which was granted, hut wan declared oil" by it ft Z. 5 0 cj Q o w w 3 W Our Prices are Dwarfs i.. ii Our Values are Giants. tRins-int && 'lw wpll-unow- - tllHtiiot, viz: Miaonn, Sfttiir'NT, Orl: 11. al nljlil. ItloLiaun, MnrnliT O-- i. '2,'i p in. liayee, TnealaT. Oal. 22 l "IkIiI. Alo Jin I, WnliifHlnT. l'31nl1il Mr. II. M. Kir by h nniretrully lnl-.- l nj illtlaion of time will be In lip t, rrnt pral.l'd. A Hundred Cnte Make a Dollar I Ilig Heductintis in now that o0c to Kxeeption ceptiniH piove tin- - niK". i.'Iii is lull nar valuo in our store for a Dollar's worth of hundreds of useful, beautiful, Mjaxonablo ami neeessary commodities, burnijj is helievinj;, and aiit takes but I ittle time, tnves but littlo trouble, and eoMs nothing, como ami bee for ,.,...,r,.!..l iii t he UnilPil Wo "n1 nmUiiij: tl loin btntes. jit ii tint ox vourelvc. CO Hot'Til," Louisville's "Tiik negro organ, renounce Bradley ninl iirces Hip negropi to scratch the ticket ninl oto for L'oltlt. Tiik new governor of ICentueky N'K'T will lip InnucnrHtPil after tlio llflli Tues-ilutlio election, which Is 10. y MoKinley will make two spppphes in behalf .of Urndjeyjn Kentucky boforo the It is ttcnln pniil thnt sale price 25 worth .'Llit All Wool Navy Uluo Flannel sale prico (10 wortli 45 All wool White Saxony Flani.Milu price 25 nel wortli ;(5 Heavy Union Flannel worth sale prico 20 25 Heavy Flannel never quail 1.00 onie prico 75 II envy Flannel Skills worth 1.50 sale price $1.25 Wonderful Valtios in HOUSEKEEPING LINENS, 58 in. Grass Illeached Table LIiipii worth 50 nale piico 01 in. Gross IUenched Tnblo Linen worth 75 hiiIo prico 58 in. Toikey Ued oil boiled I it n en worth t5...Nn!o prico CO in. Oorinan Table Llnon with fatt colored border worth 50c sale prico Large sizo Do.Mph fancy and whilo wortli jJI 00.. .sale plica Liu CO all Linen Towels worth 35 ealo prico LHtgosiztt Haok Towels worth 2 fiiIo piico All wool Medieated Hed Ii 8raue FfaniiGis. rinii-ni-l, side prico 35 Worsted Herges sa!o prico 75 worth $1.00 33 In. French Figured sale prico 05 worth 81) 30 in. all wool Fiuuied J minimis wonh CO ...salo prico 10 CO in. Droadcloth, full lino of colors worth $1.00 ealo 85 prico 50 in. Clay worth SHOES. Wo hnvo a strong ;;rip,liPro and with these prices uiu sure to strengthen It. Men's U.i f, Cong, or Lueo, worth $2,25 sale prico 1.75 .Men's Calf, Cong, or Laco Woith 53.00 sale prico 2.25 1 Jmi-n.ird- o . BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. A greHt lureha80 for tho great Bale. 10-- 1 h w : v! rt L 17 T t N K i m farmers think thoy will receive not moro thiiu 15 cents ner bushel for their surplus. Ir Is reported Hint Secretary Carlisle hits about mailo up his mind to recoinmend, in his niinnal leport to congress, that tfl n bar rel bo uddod to tlio tax on beer which it is estimated, would add 832,000,000 a year to tho receipts of Iho Government. Gov. McCrkativ In nn Interview with the (Jovfngton Common-wealtsays: "I think after er.ru-fu- l consideration and n visit to almost every county wost of the Kentucky river and those which 1 Imvo visited east of it, that a moderate estimate of tho majority for Hardin and tho ticket would not bo less thau 20,000. h p is 210,000.000 moro Hint ever produced in the United Sttiles. In tho Northwest tho lip-for- Tue Farmer's Cougres9 nt At lantn Moiiilny rrccted it i'Iiiuho in n resolution favoring mi iutermttiuuul monetary conference In his spppeh nt IJIizabothtown, Itsl wool: Senator Lindsay propli esled that if Kentucky went Dem ocratic this timo tlio Democrats would win the Presidency in lis'JO. Tiij". Court of Apponls List woek nvprruleil tlio potition for n rehearing on the bank ln question. Thin rcIMcs tlio matter mid tlin h.iukj will pay 7.1 routs on tlio huudrotl dollars to the Stuto in lien ol silt other taxation. TtilS vear's pom prop Is estinin-lent LV'MHI.OUO 000 bushels, which 10-tod liea.y t' lit- - n rw i - - nniilra ntlteavvwJiHo tijan i? (2.0(1 kols lllanketstworth worth sale price heavy California .vi.'.u S5.00, 1.50 . Men's Cordovan, Congress or Lace, worth 300 .sale pilce 2.50 Men's lino lluuil made, Cork soles, worth (Uiu sale price 1.00 Five cases Mud's iJalf Hoots, .. mileiulco 5.00 worth the Republican County Commit-lee- , In nn Interview In the Demociat expressed his opinion with reforenue to Col. W. O. Bradlpy quite freely. Ho boldly (hat ho will not voto for him, and Intimated pretty strongly that ho thought tho waters of Pharphar that cleansed tho Sytian general of his lopiosy, would not remove the Main troin thobu who do support tho head of tho Republican Blnto ticket. Hit said among other things that Col. Bradley's oaiiviitttt lu in keeping with his chatuuter, that his statement that tho colored people do not want the Scpaintu Coach Law repealed is hypocrisy, because Col. Bradley knows it is not truu and that his conduct at Kiniiieneo was a cowardly performance of which every Republican in Kentucky must feel nsluimed. Democrat. Win-ChestNich-olasvlllo a a is S-i V3K. Zwt 'fSf V f v .?(?.., -- for ' c-- pl a h3S w I'M M$Vrdiir ?g 5'H n C, ' W 'A S3 H 4I Ci ! a o c a P CO THE OLD ESHABLE. OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer In DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS Zloctrlc Eitton. Klootrlo Bitters is n uiedicliio Bulled for any season, but perhaps moro cenerally needed in the Spring, when the languid exhausted fooling prevails, when tho liver is torpid and sluggish ami tho need of a toulo nml alterative is felt. A prompt use of this moiliciuo has often averted long sain A 35 CO CO 3.00 prico heavy white l)lankiM salu prico 81.75 wortli 2.25 25 pairs all wool full slightly soiled in packing, values $7.50, cS.OO ami 88 50 salo price $5.00 10-1 CLOTHING. tornado sie that will sweep off everything. Clay Wnrstoda Men's ulI-o- III DYE-ST0FF- 3. U1CUMAN, KV. PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULLY CQMPOUNDgD. STAPLES. drawing lay This departmont menso crowds daily. This wei-wo aro going to pack the ulsjs with eager buyers. Yd. wide heavy Domestic, wortli 0c salo priiid o3 Host liramls Calico, worth (!;, Heavy Cotton Flannel, worth 0c, salo juIpo Heavy Shaker Fluuiul, wortli Oo 10 75 25 10 ship, worth SliCOanlo price 0.09 H wool Mens Cnssimeres worta $1200 ....salo price, $10 Mens fme Kiiglish Cheviots wuith $1.iH0 ..Salo prico 12 50 Boy's Hlatk ( hevlot, worth l'.0ll sale prico 2 51) 5.00 Men's hrnv oerconts Men's lllark C olot, new cut sale ptipo 7.C0 worth lO.im Mens Hlack lit icr, just the thing tor Ml $10 IU0 r, fine sttlcs nnd workman- and porhaps fatal billions fevers. No medicine will act moro surely in counteracting aud freeing tho s8tem from the malailal poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness yield to Kleotilu Bitters. Only fifty contti per bottle ut T. T. Sv.aynk'3 Drug Btore. At VEvery OS: JDolljar- - DEPOSITED WITH The Mutual Life Insurance k, ., . 10 lRf.uThKV'TcitAJHIKS. Hlcachcd glass worth 7o Toweling 6aIo prico 5o salo prico 5o 5o Co (' 1 a! 01 Brinnc PI 1 'JUU. 01) DRESS GOODS. This sale is of great importance to thoso rritiiilug high class novelties in dress rubrics. Thoso arc seldom obtainable at those liriecs. 41 in. Imperial Sorgea worth "Co sale prico CO CO in. all wool Scotch (Jhov- lots wortli CO sale price 35 33 in. Fancy Suiting worth C0o Ralo prico 35 30 in. till wool Knglish Serges Apron Gltigliatns, wortli Host 20o nalo prico Of, l!j. packs i (iootl ( i :'K re n COITEK Feather Ticking wor'h salo piico 5o iinle prico 15o Heavy Cotton Checks, jist tho thing for winter dieses 5c Immenso assortment of dress Saloons sale price lOo Beet Carpet Warp, worth 11) Choice TKV (Jooil I'uokiutc .lOI.ASilES 10 luirs I.annilrj Sou; 1 lli. l'oike.l Hi T01MCC0 1 00 25 15 25 . 1U. Japanese 25o 25 Drnnory, salo pi ice lOo All 1 Cliolre .Mix New OAT (Irerntill 1015ACCO oz. SMITH it 25 25 10 5 fi fVHY bo LAI sale prico worth SAi:i)lM:S per .11 20 10 man, let his Any politics bo what tlic j may, who will lake Mr. Bradley's figures mi State nuances, rend (hem carefully, J; mid prayerfully too, If ho chooses, IT WILL PAY YOf (o invcMignto the plans of this Tht Itrrt and then rend Hardin's answer lu 1 all the (hmpaui- , and I ED. R ELLISON, Agent, .vii ..id the tuime spirit, will bo convinced, any iiiw.Mliu'ntiou down lu his heart of hearts, that make ymi mav wish there has bsen no orooliodiiexs on T the part of (ho Stato oftlcials since E3 A3 . WW-bpmi p)j. the party in power look chirge J vvi c?4k save and except tho DIok Tate & matter, mid iho elrcuiustuuces surrounding that nro too a 2ar .JS5.A. ss.j H2 na. h Dining to mied further dineusidun. nil thesojeur our taxes havo been as low as those of an V Mate in Iho union nnd lower iIihii threo fourilid of them. At the same lime our school sveteui has - Comes back to yon or yours with more dollar added to it, no matter how long you live. A Poli.-in this Company not ulv ecurs t'crtniii and unro nrotectin.i for your loved one in the'uVPflt of j out early death, but also provides a fund for your own unv uliuuM you need it in old age. ISTow TroarJR, 111 th-i- t 1 'f t ML ra EtES?ci!iiiiS . &-- -- well-know- n -- jsd 9 i Staph aad Faaoy HARDWARE, (Jrocarigg, HARNESS, ETC. 8 - VJsV GOOD oolved from achaotiostate, ourtltutloiiH for the blind, tho deaf auA..iunb and feeble uiimlcd, havo beoomu ,.,, t0 0les8 bt-n- n QUEENS WARE, SADDLERY, linn-drud- a on nton Street, h ickm an, ic v. Ool. Bradley ha8 writtcu to tho republicans of Kenton couutv expressing hia dlnnpprobration of ii mill fiiiui" anuiniKn, tttui urjf ing tho faithful to "make n nolso." The colonel must Imvo chanrod ins mini!, uvcr at isinltioiico do flew tho track just because n few fellows made a noise, and tho next timo ho had TI.MCEr.. eexE3 siLi) Km uv ttitmr. 1 hunt" campaign. (Jul. Bradley's adiono don't consist. 1'aducah News, The Owonfrboro Messenger says: "Tlio news comts to us from many comities. that tho Pop ulists who were ouco Democrats mo in largo numbers going back to the old party. They don't to rihk tho election of Iirail-Ipby voting for Peltit, but will plunk IhoirV In for Wat. They see tho Populists who woro once liepubllcmii) all lining up for Bradley and they don't propose to bo left. pro-poby started on a 'still e Next year tho Flret Congres- sloun) Jintrlol bo n hot nnt politirally. Tliero aro no Jess than half n dozen great men In that district who will want to make the race for Congross. Capt Will J. Stone, who was defeated last November, will likf ly ask to bo reinstated nnd in that ovent ho would bo hard to bent. John Ilcmlrick who beat Slouo, will be a candidate for re election and, will want an endorsement. Stone and Hendiick aro both sound money men. Ollio James, J. 13. Rob bin s and C. K. Wheeler are all free silver men, ami stiong men, have au eo cast longingly on n ueat in Congross. Tlieso men are all ablo men nnd will make n flue team of rnuncts. Others mav perhaps be in the race before it is over. Madisoinillo Hustler. J i mas M!P0 It is with " pleasure (hnt I announce to tho tnulo the arrival of one of the beat tclcctcd Stock of Dry Goods bought from tho "World's Fair City," Chicago, ever brought to Hickman. Tho Z32TOSS3 aro of the best GrOOdS importations, fabrics nnd latest and I havo some "Lmlica nnd gentlemen; I nm npmtinmt brcnttno believe 'tint in tho grand principles of pto lection. I nm not n Republican because my ancestors wero all Democrats. I nm not n Prohibitionist I liko mi occasional toddy Press. myself. I am not n Populist because I An exchange says: "Somo do not kno.w what they want. one has foil ml out how far n fnrui-e- r what am 1 1" has to walk to put in ami atWhereupon nn old fellow In tho tend forty acres of corn. To crowd, whom the speaker had plow the ground with n HI Inch been eyeing, straightened himself plow ho walks 3.r0 miles, to liar- up nml said "if you'er speaking row It thoroughly beforo planting to ma mis tor, ns you 'pears to be, ho walks .r0 miles nml to cultivate my opinion Is that you are u darn It afterwards will Imvo to travel .'ISO miles, making a grand totnl of tool." Ex. tot) miles, besides gathering. ,, 1r.11 1 1 N-ir- ; kiuvv l0 l(ie VMi. era or thia pnpeirv new branch penitentiary has btp. iiu.it, nml Highest Market Prico will be Paid for Beef Cuttle. all along the lino our gb-3r Htato bus beim tn tlin trogttikri) u)a u iiiivu nm nv)V MtLm IIUIII. II a row with a line siiuc nouso NATIONAL nthrr Improveiueuts along this SMWIBRff A. tmrtlcular Hue, it has lioeu simply because tho monev necessary fur such things has bean left in tho pockets of tho pooplo. Marion of whom of "tMtjnato uiics, ninny nro m "X M1CIIA.W H:iK, CAf ITAii STOCK $50,000. niEHOTO'Jx s. .,:., viiPh. ' lliniuKBtK., jj8 v ll.nUOHANA.V, J.J, O IIOMXIit ANT. it. I.. At.i-J. W. ALBXASUUK, c. L. ItANbl.tt" ui-'IO- . n ( U nuciiAs.:, riMiJtni, j. j. c AMPKIt. K, S noNuutANT, viw.rroi.UBh It vNOf.K, C.M.r. 17. At Aol.tvit C.l,lrr n. rfc ai cx- - Marvalons EsiUc. f 7 i III h N W Jo Parker, chairman of tho It is a pity, says the Elizabeth third party campaign committee; town News, that voters of Kenoditor of tho Keiituckv Ponnlist. tucky cannot soe how republican candidate for tho legislature nud'rulo works in Clay County. It for any other "pio" in sight, writes would banish every thought of to Chairmau Norman of tho Dem- republican Uominutiouiu tho state ocratic committee asking for a Cue important county official is joint debate with Hardin and an ox convict. One of the depuPetit. Ho says he would have ty sheriffs is a negro asked Bradley, us per Norman's Another important ofilcial is unsuggestion, hnt "after don deliber- der indictment for murder, aud ation he has como to tho conclu- thousands of dollars aro due the sion that tliero is nothing what- county from defuultiug officials ever in Col. Btudlei." who have neither been punished Miss Oakmima Huhseix, the nor made to payjup. beautiful sixteen year old daughTur. Frankfort Capital says: ter of Mr J. B. Kufcsoll, Vice 'The final decision in the bank-taPreoident of the Planters' Bank, ' ami one of tho wealthiest citizens will cok'S by the court of appeals result in the payment by tho of Ilopkinsvlllo, was found dead banks to the stato of an additional In tho garden at her homo Saturday aftornoon with a bullet hole big &um of money (some of the in tier liuad uixl it revolvor by her banks had already anticipated the side. This caso Booms to many courts), ami will before the Nooiih of evident Huiclde, but tho vember election mako receipts virlit m u v inRifita mat sun w.13 mur tually equal to disbursements. dered. No c.iuho can bo assiguod Thus falls another prop to the for either mardor or suloide. hopes of the ever hopeful republiIt hns bouti charged by demo. cans." oratln pnpors nil over tho stato Tub Lnruo connty Herald may that Col. W. O. Bradley voted for bo n little iiuneccGsaiily scared, n negro agalimt n white man. Co!. Bradley hlnisolf never denied tho bat the following advice given by ith.irge, hut iiiiiuy rPituhlioana Imvo it to tho Democratio voters of that county, will apply with cmtnl boon saving it was merely (iiunril. Lately M. D. forco to every Douiocrnt in tho Hughes 11ml Tom Whurrltt have Stale: exuniticd tho poll books of tho "Tho result of tho November county election held in Garrard county 011 tho 7th day of August election both locally ami in tho State, will depend entirely upon 1892, and llnd that Mr. Bradley or tho Democrats. , tho nctivily did vote fur John Perkins, color-odTlio Republicans nro finely organagainst 8. '.). Ruth well, n white c.aiidldato for tlio samo olllce. ized. Every Bepublican in tho TI111 Is sworn to by Hughea and stuto has his namo enrolled npnn the parly's campaign book mid Wliorrltt. oory 0110 of them will bo at the Tiik Domoorntlo statpmon of polls to help hispartj. Can Iho the First district aro sotting tho samo bo said of tho Democrats I woodd on lire with their burning Wo fear not. But unless tho oratory. Jno. K. Hondrick, W. J. full Democratic stronuth Is Stone, D. G. Park, Ollio M. James brought out tliero is dnnger of .ami Fonton S11113 have long lints defea', mid overy Democrnl orappoltitmout, and J. F. Demp-so- should feol himself a committee and Malcolm Ycainau have of 0110 to boo that ho gets to the also appointments in tho District polls himself ami that all other In all, appointments Democrats In his neck of the nro iiiiaonuood in tho Oil Gibral- woods do tho same thing. This tar, mid tlio dotnonr.iH are making is no timo for halting or quibbling sisIiodI- - district nrgtul. itious in over tnvinl matters. Tho question overy oouuty with tho dotermlni-tl.i- to be settled is: Shall the Demoof giving Hirdlii 10,0').) unjor-ity- ; cratic party remain In power in an I thoy uri dj it. O.voua-bjr- Kentucky! Tho uAney question Mjjioii 'or. wilt bo ukun caro of next year. t. x Great Bareuas to Bier Eucklia'a Arnica Dalvo. UIOKA1AN WAGON (CLI,U)(.lll.ll K&.IICJf'ACTUUIlltS I ur Till. 00., 9 From n letter written by Rov. J. Guudormaii. of Dlmondalo, In Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidery, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Silks and Trimmings, my stoiU never was better. I have tome Extra Bargains in BLANKETS, COMFORTS AND COUNTERPANES, My Stock of Ladies and CHildren's Shoes cannot excelled, either in quality or price. I will bo glad lor all to call and see the cntiro stock, and how very low you can buy good goods. A fresh supply of bo FAETCY GHOCER2E3 011 hand all the time, aud ut the very lowest price. DOORS, SASIT, ni.TXDS, Flowing, Ceiling, Siding, I'nints ami Oils, in fact anything you may want for building. Give 1110 a cull ! I II. 0. SL'dAK HOUXTV CLA13IS. AB9BE9&GI. 32vi"3 Cor.. W. O. Buaui.f.y mi , i'ic negroes of Kentucky do not w.mt a civil rights law such as no', ti-U- ts in New York. The .Vw South, the negro organ tit Lmn,. villo, docs not agree with Culi uol Bradley. It says: "The nigro who can voto for Col. lit !.!' ougui io uo pin duck into hi . ie.y. Bradley is ono of the wor.t mie3 the raco over had. against our having our civil i . ds under the law and w,x oulit tu bo opposed to his riding intu ICC through (lemagogtiery tun er the crushed hopes of a 1m!!os3 pcoplo mid, by the eternal, tin- Now South is unalterably ohhomiI in him ami his ilk." na rnuhlo poliliol mm in Kccuritii from kll parti of tb Slate. Tlio Wiekljr Uourlcr-Journ- l l now covering tbli ficlJ pericii,aiui It H pullHlilnj tho uiw wilboul bUi or prejudice. A oloie realer of lb Weekljr Courier-Journiboul.l be able to forecat in ahanee wbat will (bo ouieome of tho Stall election noxt bo In t'Miiion to giriat t.11 th NoTeinlwr nolltioal nonn ami all tha neni of ever A Xew r.illli Cure. kind, ibo Weikly Courier. Journal iiodnr-inio In iuincrlbsr jd.OOO io oath nr I Io Ibe exact TOlo tbal n exchango says Hint "laying fnll (iff K'uinvl will t'dttctlrcd tjy ,a Democratio, complaints, esonofhamlo" for no. I fopullil candMalei (orflov. pecially In children is now taking ernor of Ktnluokjr Tho pries M (ha paper Ii only una al!ar a year. Simple tho place of Chiiaiinn A coplca oontninlnK full Jclalls of ilia rtili mother curod her boy rf cigarclto prraenl pi in will bo 'fil free to nny Sriia to t'( Kl h habit with ono dose. Sho laid COMPANY, LouliflllijU Ky. al re Mich., wo are permitted to mako this extract. "I havo no hesila-tiuin recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, 113 tho results were almost marvelouo lu the case of my wife. While I was pastor of tho Baptist Church nt Reeves Junction alio was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Torriblo paroxysms of coughing would last hours with littlo interrnption and It seemed ns if she could not survive them. A friend rocouimcmlod Dr. King's Now Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly satisfatory in results." Trial bottles froo at T. T. SwAYNi'.'ff Dmg Storo. Regular size 50c. mid 91.00. n Tb licit Salve In the worlJ tor Cats Druiiei, Burn, Ulcvrn Nl Ittifiira, Ft'tr Saren, Teller, l'bipnl llnn.l.. CliHbUlrx. Corn, anl all Skin Krtipilotn, nJ or no pay rrqulred etirea It Ii la pite pcrlret tulUfie-tlo- o nr inoiKj rfunJttl. l'rtce "id box. for ito T. T. dAi.K. 8 ' I'il, It A 5L " j.r IS KEMTG'KY The pcculUr pjlillexl eiiit in Ktnluckjr ban to bclltf (hat lb Slld nJ Hint lb ItepubllciDi crry it thU (ill. For U IIOUlirFUI. STAT1JI conJilloni Ibtt ltd mtnr popt grtat lolemt, both it uoio i doulilful on bnr chsnea ta Ihii rttinn tbcro njbrpid. HIOKMAN WAGON. KTCTT'lTO-R-CIIS. 1UI.TZIU. rrei'U JOIIX W. C01TUILL, T. rrn'i. 1 W, Jt ICKMAXT HIOKMAN, 3T3i Paid Uj Capital $40,000.00. SollcltB 02SSSXEZZSSZESuS3SCZZSZZ:. 11 cam-piig- ii y sixty-seve- n n o It is understood in Washington that no further action will be tnken by tho patties interested In tho payment of tho sugar bounty until congress moots. Secretary Carlislo has promised to hear argument why ho should nut send tho enso under Comptroller Bowler's decision to the United States Court of claims, but neither Senator Mamlerson nor any other of thoso interested have so far availed thomsolvoB of this offer, mid will not do bo, In (ho meantime the matter is still Conheld up lu tho Treasury. gress will assemble nml mi effort will be inado to havo congross pass nn appropriation of $5,0(10,. 000 to pay the sugar bounty, coupled with a provision' that tho comptroller of tho treasury shall not have Juriddictiou to pass 1'AUMKitfi along upon tho constitutionality of tho titer bate employed the unpor Oliio ilcUcinei to run law. down her loft linnd on tho hoy's neck, her tight hand on a substantial slipper, and then laid the slipper where it would do tho moot good. It effected a euro, and a relapse is not looked for. There nro lads in Ihckmiin who havo passed the ago when tho laying Is suppoHOd ii above suggested to bo tho proper treatment who would, noverlhelosp, ho benefitted by ti vigorous application of slipper in the light place. sov-or- TIMItl) AM) LAST .MONTH Of tlio g'.tMKH) your bmiltieHs. simpers axi u.uirini: Banking rnojirs oii.ouo (lift Distribution Sulisrrlliers of tho Twite-a-Wer- k Itcmihllc. slfi Io We oirer the mont Liboinl At coniinotlnllona to out (Justoineifl (JoiiHisteiit with J'utablibhctl rier jilruiM, Anybody, yes anybody, says Mndlaoiivillo Hustler, can fat tu, but it taken a farmer and ono who understands hit) business Ho can to farm sucoossfuiiy. anybody pronch, but the loan who undertakes it without n preparation of mind mid heart will have but little success in tho soul saving business. Anybody, yos anybody on earth can edit n newspaper, but such fellows usually find It a dinicult matter to imlito a five lino local for their homo paper. So it io with nil tho professions. The men who know tho least about thcRO nro tlio ones who think thoy could bo tho most if tho Job wero turnod over Io them. tho mio-cossf- to eubiorlbara who inswiiel oorractly tho iiuoitlon.- - " Where doei the word 'allrer' fleet nocur In Iho Illljle''' and during Augmt It KHVHfiway nearly $7,000 In gilli lo tlinm wlin were the tint lo tell, llih unparalluled odor. It no away nearly $10,000 lu prenanta during inly distribution of $i0- lo milwaribeni of the ''Twiro Itepithllo of bl. I.onl, wbleb una begun by lliat paper jail July, will end on September !!0. Tlin 'Twloi'-a-Week- " Republlo hat llio circuit lion of any newiaiier or periodical In bcojuno ol III Ken-erWeolern United Hlaloa, I'icrllenco and It intend to Incrciw the number of Ita reaJora by mcini of 000 In The exlnorllnnry It. T. TYLKIt, O.BALTZKB, M.B.SHAW, I. B. BBKYAllD, A. A. FAKIS. W. A. BIHTCK. J . V. CO WO I LL. DliiBOTOE3 Principles. larst O. Is. RA3TOLE ATTORNEY-AUa- IIlOKMAN, J 1 KlINTUOKY S. T. DAVIS, Attorney - at - 2? Office oyer lliokmnn Haul. va HIOKMAN, Will attend promptly Iruitod lu bUcaro KY. in, tiO VINO resumed Ibe practice of law, will glre bla prompt and undivided uttoutlon lo buslncM entriiHledloble care HA lo all ImiltiPiw luobU Marble IHCIUUV, Works, COAL! I'irTMlUltO, COTlM eOALl tho "wlnre the word 'gift' flret occurred in II I Mo " CIV, distributed during rcplembur lo kuii:i;a, aiilnerlbera who will loll where Ibe word "paper'' firal oecuri In llio lllble, Onn ITALIAN ii AMERICAN MAP.BL2 i.um1', thomand extra prizei of apeclal viiIua nud AKTIIltAOl'M Monumonts, Tomb aud Gravo nre lot o nwirded lo lite flret 700 and hut In nny tpianllllcs debited. 300 perrons wbn i,nd n coirccl nnewnr Stones. to thii rjueitiou and $1 lo p.iy for n yearly aulwcripllon. Ilery auboribr who aends ro kai.r nv tn etftck d ne lot or Amerl HAVING llallan n .Matlile, 1 am pre. n imbicrlpllon lo tho "Twlce-- a Week" during 3citenilier and not pared to fill all order, ('all and examlnn & eecure one nf ll.s J, 000 epeclnl alfn, will my work. Orderi from tho country will present ralucd nt J). 00, rewire IIlOKMAN, : be promptly filled. : . KENTUCKY njll Tha remainder nf the $50,000 In bo jjlfti B. C. EA&IAGE, illinois d:i FAHIS PARKER, -- ? ' .jtfl!iU36 "TzL. ft. Wllt!t1 ONLY a WHEiXS MORE of inv smees on fiiasswatQ asi Qaesaswaw! ono-lhh- il fwi'Mni 'fijvwwtiw wuin'fiii'n wi!TWTwtiww HON. Jt. T. TYM.K. j" MiTntnyTifjnrJHc-,ij.M,g-rwfcTiiii a Hon. It. T. Tyler, Htnto Sonntor from Hickman, nuil Detuocrntlo nominee for Lieutenant-Governo- r aiioku nt tho court honso Wednesday iiflcriionn to a largo crowd of Democrats mill Koiiiibllcnnn. Mr. Tiler uumich fiom llio extreme JJeuutiful Houiitict Lamps going nt Coat. southern part of tlio ntnto. Ho tliu value. Vnso Lamps ut decided Ih o speaker of veiy Chamber Set, ability. Por morn tliiin an hour Dinner Sots, In held tint tcptihlluni party up Tea Sets, Ity tlio liccln ami lolil every demo-ern- l Tour Piece Sets, why lui nlioulil vole tint Doiu Wt.terSeb., ocrwllo ticket, lilt speech was In fid, everything in (iIius ami (lucenwnio on our shelves will lie well received unit liberally up Mr. 'J'vlur linn hcmi lilutiiled. sold at rout iiml livs for tlio iie.Nt two weeks. stumping for about four weeks j ami ho hii.ih that wherever ho goes LW.E EARLY AND SECURE SOME OF THESE BARGAINS, tin limit t tin democracy amused and lighting and predicts Unit tlio entire Deuincrutlo ticket will ho elected In November ly the Wlllhiuisto wn usual majority. Baa, bj K?. T Courier. j a. niwMMr.MurMiiu v loA a C Mj KjjJ Mj ', win wo as mm. iBff "J -- i v ,r ifllESil u r9tnrva t.w jiwyvrjmrriarf7yTV '.:nr'T'Sr, mm ?- - . j"p ""W Jim ;.wui-j- i w afw A &jrJ? M ffl Just nrrived, the bi'cest aaortmi'iit of Heating Stoves ever brought to Hickman, which will bo who liai to do with this Store's (!oinK i working with u will. Willi tlio atart of another benson's g, o helling, the iine (tho kind you like), again t.kos us to tho head of tho procession. wide-awulcstore-keepin- EVKUYBplY i By the Oas? Load I ! t Sold al the Lowest Cash Price Also a complete stock of 12s- - CAPES AND JACKETS. We iniulo n apodal effort in po. loetlng; our Hun or Wiupa this aeaaon and wo thlul. we ate fully justified In Rnyliij: u is thn beat Htock of (jariuoiia wo huvo over ahown. It "goes without fln.tinf;" that tho prlcoa are ilcht. Ladies Capes , and Jack els f.'J.OO Pi' Mwiur a 1 cs f & m. MISSKSandCIllLDliKN'S 61X0 upward. to $15.00. ular eolora. In, nil I tic pop- In aolentlng Shoes, take into consideration tint only the qnnl-itof the material, but tlio lit, tho fitjle, thn good make up and comfort or tho Shoe. All theso combined in tho L'lUHa.Miri'HU Shoe iiiako it the most deslru-biIn tho market. Hiu $'J.o() lino of Ladles Shorn aro apec Notwithstanding hilly good. tho heavy advance In leather, tho price is naino as last jour, nud tho quality has not been lessened, livery pair guaranteed y o Coal liuckots, Coal Yasos, Pokers, Shovels, Poker Sets, Stove Boards, Pipe, &c. i The best Healer on earth. No Smoke. No Aahea. I'o Dirt. Saving in the Fuel. Satisfaction Qiiarautecd. Celebrated WZI.SG.Sr HEASH, "WSTa Wo are Sole Agents for the Uig S- - ESllison. P-3-) At $J..!0 u TAILOR MADE 20 lbs Granulated Sugar, ii lbs best Green Coffee, equal), Arbitrator Flour, (lias no A good Flat Saddle, A good Set Buggy Harness, Winter Turf Oats. Choice Timothy Seed. - 81.00 1.00 4.00 2.50 G.00 SUITS to menuuro. We do tho moat Inr.viiu. Valuea and nod llta tell. Look, coata nothing. Bam)1:!!9 & Hi OK. 810.00 Suits we All other GooJs junt us low. The cool bracliiK wonther of the last few daya ban (,'iven Tin impel 11a to business of all kinds and the meiehanta and othois nro huatliiii;. Tho fall trade has opened very oneunruRlnuly, and nil x pect it to grow better na cold Everything went tier ndvuneer, looks hopeful for tlio future. Menard. J. 0. Flouruo.y nod duo. T. Slubblefleld wero elected Committeemen in the two Pulton wards. At Cayco Dr. Bam Kitten )tldfo wan elected. Saasafrus kind. Thoy nro well mado of (jood material, perfect llttlnj; and good enotizh for any body, and worth tlio moiioy imked for them. Tliej como in Clay Worst eda, Fnicy Wor ateds, Clievlota Ai. Caesi- tnorea, round or Bijuiro Cuta. advertise, aro not the "alung-tonethor- " Yon can got n Genuine Dongol.i Button Shoe, all solid, pcifect titter, and as much style as tho liljjhor priced shoos. Theao nro specially good vnliio, and will fair. riJjlP) & fett J. IV. MAYHEM), lias lt GAVCat, RV Ida store, where cnu bo found a full Hue of give perfect satisfaction for the money. - Staple and Fancy dfi'occffics, for OASU. Go and see him. Uoro ore a few of Ida prices: 1 8 ba liaatcrn Ornn. Otigar 3S Ol.lio lUoat Grade H. O. Motaaaoti ' 1 doz. pt. Till Oupa SO Pitt Ud Yellow Cbir. tium.r 1.00 ' J.OO 1 doz. ct. Till Fruit Cans lha Frat QtmlJ.v Jf.'oo .lOJi-'"00 3i)i packs Arbuckle Coffeo A 1 Gallon Uottlo Picklen Hendqnr.rtord for Thresher Supplica, I'.neoii, Lard, Flour, Moal tSrr. No trouble to uiako prices or show goodti. Go and ace hlui o.l OAYCB, KY. lu nil grades,- from tho cheapest to tho beat. """ HAP.nWAUli.TINWAUli, QUKKNSWAUK, HAUNIiSS &o., fte. liveiylldng New nud FrcRli, wblcb be will soil as cheap us uny ono TUoao At 85.00 and. 87.50. Splendid vulncs In Meninlid Hoys StlltB. V XTinlerironrr From U5c Menp, ltoyp, LadlcR rind ?.Iiiso'n.' up. full Hue of these. .Woshou very LOCAL NEWS. Mnllroml Time Table N . N Tho Fiiltoulan Democrat of oleoted Jerry J. .Jones. Lod;;ton V muaket was held no election, and Mr. Itobt. Inst week 6ii: N., O. & St. Ij. K. R. Ion ml under the amall bridge on DR. LIYER PILLS Hinford tho present committee SCALES' .UIItlWHl Li'lW. r . KM r. a II. Ti.Ik N. Tr.ln man will hold over. No report Stute Hue road, near the house of Train .No. . IUi.i Thn best Till over offuntil for aide l. IX lu i. Tr.U It is W. H. Uoasley, this week. from Madrid Head. mike, close connection wlili to tho public for the euro of Com Tlil tho same gun usod by tho negro t lillliI. Ike N N AM V sjolnr nurih, and Rtlp'ition, lllllouaui'Bfl, etc. 100 Par Nova1 Combination Kneo who inurderod a colored runner l Padiie.h Jttno. N pulr Pauls and Cup to near Jordao station this mi miner, Suits, fills for 135o. tlun ' north n ili K.ftlvru match with cneh ault. and will prove of considerable coltif wiulh. ItALTZEU & SlIAW. valuo in tlio trial ut Hickman next Younn wild tuike.anro anld -- Ill unttliiK UP McBsra. Smith January. I.xiiiiiiuu your chlmucis mid to tie plentiful in tho bottom, and If let alone tv III afford lino aporl Ellison & Co'a udveitiQomcnt last BoTj 33uclz Hues. week we nmde a nilsluke in quot-lu- la still sober unit anxious to sell Sorghum can't ho cold at ouy for tho huuteru thla winter. Urowu Dnmeatio at 10 u per you a watch cheaper than any ono price it Ih so iilcullful. . Menara 8udcra fc Kleo exj'uiil. It ehoulil have been rc. else from ono dollar up. Solid Now in the tlmo to buy your pect to occui3 thn new Hob Wo recrot the mislnko, but such gold act in diamonds $10. lie combo builtlliii! an hoou an it la tall and winter good. ob w10luer yon comptoted, which will bo between things will happen occasionally In; Miro t0 via,t Tim election In only two the lit nt and iificeutu oi next the beat legulatcd ofllces. ' i buy or not. are, uowovor, nsaureu uy Messrs weeks from ituxt Tncadny. mouth. At n regular meeting of tho . Ii. & Co. that they nro still Inmy now rowIiik I'aruier nro Douhlu Sowed Jeans Punts otl'itting Urowu Domestic at So lipworth Leacuo, held at tho wlient and cullierlnj,' corn. Mcthodiat church Friday night per i aid. None tiiual to ours. last, thn following olucers wero Tlio enndldato U everywhere S.vmkiu) & Kick. The prospect of grading tho elected foi tho oiiNuins six months: In evidence lu litis Mate just now; The dwelllns houan ooeupieil public grounds in front of llick Findley Uandle, presUleutj Polk NnvigAtlou In tho Ohio river by Mr. CoIIIiir, no the Nulh. Ha man College is not dead by any Head, lirat b e prcfiident; Mius aro being Leone Fuqiiit. second Is suspended for point ubovo pan tdaeo near Hickman wan do means. Lslliuaten Cairo. Miss Knto Itandle, third allowed by Urn Siiudny nicht. made an to tlio cost ot the work, 15 Nearly uyorj tiling loat, and no etc., end wo confidently believe vice presid. ut; Miss Ivy Deltow, Tlio (junll law explrcD Nov. work will IicrIii on it in the near Seo'.; Miuu Paulino Prather, l'ormeily xhootiuc was pormlaab lusiunueir. everybody help push bit! on Oct. II". Record pa.s future. Letnlong. A little more treueurcr. Tho Now Madrid the project Tu lent nro still peoplo In this Ztr dollars for () vidueit lu that there urn more deer than money Is all that's needed to acI'rtiUH. Look, rontfi iiolhlui;. was over before aeon In the woods complish civilized land who think the presthe work. S.vMiKit& Hick. ident Is responsible for good and in tlio Itaruea KldgQ nettlemeul, bad times, and that ho regulates l'ny your MihKcriptiou ilon't and it la 110 trouble to "down" a the puce of wheat. corn, ogi:5, etc., wiilt t b dunned. It taken mom buck now. All jdxes, to be found nt oy to run h niior. mid is largely instrumental iu Bdr-- 3 (lullnrn for ii vnlnen In Bwaynk'u Dkuo SToitn. sending rain or causing n drouth. Shautvboat thieves nro ntcnl-Ini- ; PantH at Sanhkuh & llicc'ti. Trtn 1' rank fort Capital says: One ot these individuals remarked Look, coata nothlnj;. from tho Kentucky farmera ''Hardin may bo wrong in one par- tho oilier day: "You can say iilouc tho lower Ohio. Tho Oharleatou Democrat liradiey is wrong i n what you please about Clovoluud, black beara more uuiueroiia ticular, The rabbit crop la an abuntiling. There ia no excuse lint he's given us tho boat crops vori dant a h the pcitdiiimon croi, oud than usual in tho Mlnsoini a wains for any democrat ollng fur wi'to had for nljjh on to fifteen this fall. Tlioy nrot sidd to that in 0113 liij,' u heaii. years." Sobreo Herald. playing liavoo with tho'croiia Mrs. Joimlo Wustbrook mid that hcctlou. Noll hnvn returned fiom a Mr. Charlie Capps, n young man Don't i.oaaoii't, bluy at Monteuile. thing in this county, near the theso n.atcrdcs.i Bnrg"atn3 Mr. Win. Stoker ulteiided the Tennessee Hue, whilst out possum reunion of old Confederate no. Ii tiiitlnir one night last week, ftdl when out SllOFj buying. diera at Martin, Tenn., Iitht week. from u trco aouin 'M feet, receiv. FOUR LEATIIEH :srltecelv"d tho Ural lot of lug internal aptaiiia from which FOUR LKATIIKIl $1.59. ft cli C)Mi t thla hrnbon ut Wm. it ia expected lie will die. 1. tJeyei'd, tlxed up in any ntylc. Thn Tueker block In Dyer-burTenn., wna deatioyed by ii very-daTrade Is picking up and tho w ear Shoes School Snor.s. ineiehautu ore nhov logout wnou tiro Sunday night. Tho fire origifor Ladies. GuarCue, 75c and 00c. lu tlioT. P. A. hotel, which leada of ;oods. Good times me nated $1.79. anteed to wear. Solwiiii ontiroly consumed, tho guests heie. Medium, hut all solid, id a a rock. Tfio, 81.00 ami 1.25. There nro no many tramps In escaping without Injun,. Lohs nbout c7.pi,U0l, palilalia injured. pome loealiiieit tho pood women Strictly custom goods, urn ufniid to venture out of their S1.U0, 1.25 and 1.50 bunion. will anon bo hero and wo will Vici Kid nnd Glovo Prof. .1. 0. Cheek has rented huvo tho ducat nud beat selected Mi:n's Hoots. Calf, plain and tipthn rehldciii'o of Mr. P. llelluer.'htock of Toys in tho market. Solid Kip, special ped, heel nnd spring on Troy Avenue, and will ahortly .Hreant plus 10 ceiitN. at heel. Strictly $2.U0 the best snap of the Hucjc llttoa. move there. season. custom work. Tho bar lu front or Medley's Tho oxaminlng trial of Jaa. L. $1.75. lauding ia said to bo tho ahnaloal Hrngg, of Hickman county, for place in the river between Culro killing a negro at Moscow last nud Memphis. am summer, look place befoio .1 mitre "r lnL v,'r' cbhiest and Newest in pointed toes for Ladies hiyh grade Shoes. A number of young people moss on an application for bail at of tins do attended tlio opuniug Clinton Inal week, and ho was adA'0 tno correct thing for Winter of (ho now Palaco hotel nt Union mitted to bail in the sum of $5000. CSOieS w..arSi,oca. Wo show a variety. City Tuesday night. People who laid In their winrOrOnr now Mock of Guitars, ter's supply of coal before Oct. Gl'ARANTKKS THAT WASH are the chief of our specialties. Mandolins, llnnjus and Harps Just hno cuiiso to congratulate Our improved ."'ice Jicpmriw Machine stitches rips as good as new. There has been an ml i revived. Call and aoo tho low I IV .Sic Hips I'ice, and solicit your other repair work. LT) cents on a vauco of ton of haul piicca at which wo aull. Whether ready to buy or not, you will be welcomed at coal, nud a further advance of '25 Kentucky lodge, Knir-htof to 50 cents is looked for soon. f5i3SH:iJ.E-rsaCSi3S.lB,M:- 30?BL.E2 Honor, will meet in regular ses-- Tho eclipse of tho moon nn sion to night. A full attendance & nouncrd for last night tailed to of the momtiera la desired. materialize, and we, nut o nu inuiiy aemlan-min- i The twenty-fourtpapers iu tho stale, acNow corn is selling nt $1 per meeting of tho Southweatern other Ca.t. W. J. Stonk, tho old knowledge that wo wero tho vie Kentucky Medical nssoclatlou tiin of n "fake." Oh, if wo only Gibraltar war horao of Democracy, barrel. will meet nt Hard well on Oct. 1.1). Our peoplo will bo ldchly en mndo a very acnsiblo speech to h know tho lellow that started itf with tertnlncd ,lno. K. Hcndrlck will linn. very npprovlug and enthusiastic On Monday Mr. J. V. nddresH the voters of Hickman Monday, urc next week.Dcmncrntlo nnndidato but small audience, Speight, and vicinity next Wednesday. Let An olegnnt lino of I'JiKFUMKS, bwaynk'b Dkuo Stoke. lug democrats to support the Slate for Representative, and Dr. J. A. everybody turn out to hear him. nt great vicAdvertising Is beeoniing more ticket, ami promising a mill great- DodHon, tho Republican caiididat Tlio annual Memphia confer-encwill address tlio voters. C tory lu Novembcraiid u more honest eyery day. It er one In ISOti. of the Methodist lipiauopal and Wednesday lion. John K. Hen every day. When chinch, iHiutlt, will convono on pays better on Piid.o 1'S"A lot of Spootnclns, n little dilck will speak, and Deiaucratii-uoinineNovembor 13th, at Union City, people really understand that ad vcrthdng is a necessary and legit- ilamiiced, at l!5o per pair worth Capt. T. J. P.lmorc, Ten ii. for Statu Senator, ami imate part of oxery business, that from 50o to 1.00. Come and got .1. T Willinnlinm Mrs. Tom Wiley nuil Mrs. it Is merely n ntoro bulletin, It a pair while they last. ' ' .....( lli.i.. P1..11.I. pnrty nominee, will mldreoj the Oscar Hall, ot Covington, Tenn., will pay still bettor. Hucic linos. people of Hickman. Speaking to nici.es ot Mr. A. C. Holmes and A negro passing by tho name iiommutico at 1 o'clock, Mla Klleii Audoibon nro. vioitiug "Mniia," said the husband of of Chan Failo broke Into Mayor relnlivea lu Hickman. thn now woman at the breakfast Monday morning n brakeman Felts' hard win o store Monday table, 'tho next tlmo you come night and stoln three County Supt. 1). Ii. Wilson on n freight, golug east, hetweeu from tho lodge nud put vlaitcil the Padueahbchools Wed homo lata shot guns, a box of kulvus McKeiizio nuil Huntingdon, en nenday. Mr. Mlauu ia deteruiiu your blooincni to bed nud hung' nud a bux of sclsaors, tlio value of tho N. C. & St. Ij, U. K., fell be yoursoll oyer tho back of n chair all ed to keep tho sehnola of Fulton amounting to something llko tweeu thn cars while in motion all night I'll go straight homo to county abreast of the times. i75.00. Word was telegraphed nud was fatally injured. Ho had I" ISx, papa, there to several points asking them been to tho engine, carrying the lild. T. 0. Milium, of Fulton, .ludgo Handle, Murrol, Llnd to look out for the thief early outers to the engineer, and wm ltaptist church will preach ut thn 1 returning to the caboose, when morning. About Sunday morning and night. Fid. say and Davis, have been iu tho Tuesday his foot slipped nud ho fell. Maliau ia a lino preaulier nud local campaign tho past week. o ciock. i uoauay cars passing over him. His everybody ia invited to hoar him. uiaklim npoeohon, urging n fulll Cearv tolecraphed from Pailucali volo for tho wholo ninlu ticket that ho bad caught the mini, right leg was almost severed from lot that Cough and mid organizing Demoeratio on tho Marshal Uosoo went i-0 Cold mako Inroads to help swoll the victory. Inclubs noon train nnd broughtuphim back Ida body, his right arm crushed this and his head sorinusly injured system. Stop it with a work thoy lutvo been much aided 'm 7:30 Tuesday night. Ho plead He was named to Huntington iu on your Dottle of SWAYNli'S Compound by sueli old campaigners as Pleas guilty, wna bound ovor to court an unconscious state. No hope Syrup of Tar, Tolu nud Wild Taylor, Henry lluehanaii, Oatlottjuud sent to lllcktnaii Thursday of his recovery is ontcrtuluod b. Cherry. Johnson, nnd othoru. for sufo keeping. Fulton Guard. the phyalclatis. 1 SWAYN10, THE DHTTGG-2ST- , inSrra2 5!raSg!5t?a Mm. Ij. Dr. IJ. Smith, Sliisesi IHatiton, cgs Yqu wife of! III !! Only See till IIM11 ril J. W. Jllanton, deo'd of Henry coutit,JTciiu.t died In thin city, at tho Tealdenco of Mr. Geo. N.' Helm, of the Primitive Baptist church, in the presence of many sympathizing friends. Have You Got a Boy? Let us fit him out iu ona of our Combination Suits with pairs Pants and Cap to match. ?k wmi I if IUU U pWtrvw m 1 I accout-Ijuiulio- n want a Tailor u Made Suit, Pants JJalt.i:ii & Shaw. Tho Union City District lip. or Overworth Loague Conference will meet nt Greenfield, Tenn., ucxti coat, leave Tuesday. Oct. UUiiiI. Horace,; v our order IIiu'rIi. FiudlfV liumlln nni! Mi.a I .,, ...... .Uh.ir Magglo MoCutchnn nro delegates.! from Hickman hpworth League. K5A nice clean horso and buggy, thnt is iu at.le, Mill make jour j MKituiiiuai i wcur a sweei hllilic, go to J. i). Prlco's alabla and get it. - Qae Llae (HiliAT SOUTHWEST. IT I.S is only ono line running Through Coachca, Free Reclining Chair Can and Pullman Palace Sleepers between Memphis and principal points in without Arkansas nnd Texas change. This line traverses tJie finest Farming, Grazing und Timber Lauds and reaches the most Towns and ('dies iu the That's because there pros-jvero- us TIIE- - Itflf fTiX , .w S-- at . 98c AHBERfl'S. Fit and Satisfaction) Guaranteed. S11 $? WRITi3 FOR A t; A severe winter U promised a. by the goose bone and ihe prom ery correctly w. Trntrllui; An exehango -. iso seoiiis reiibonablo in view of olisorves that :i newspaper him at the fact that, already, theie has least livo thonsaud readers to ,niij.la.COPY Aivnl. V 1 1. 1. :, T K.N V. NiinlhKMl," "TJirvix? Of "Homo In or mult Trxnit," I'rirn nttotil ArkitniHH." . .llnllnl to nay ml. lll(M llIUII IIII1U-HIUIIK. W. l.nltRAIMtK, . Uou'l Po.su. uiul l Urn ll-'kMri-iil- xPpx jr. I.OtJ., vvP.'-.r- . ..- - 1 Window Glass! Jiiud-loy.- " tlillii SNAPS. y- SNAPS. Christmas $1.00. ma UBi. $1.79. $1.75. T'OTCTO inXEeiltolOll 1 them-M-he- a Ca?i.Hia: SANEERS JUCK h just itt.c;i:ivF.i! speech-makin- g - - breech-loadin- uotootiru Set-cm- ! TnTi'"' UlI ' every thoueand of its subscribers. A merebaut who puts out one ihoiibuud band bills gets possibly three or four hundred people to rend them, llio hand bills cost "An Ounco of Proventivo Is bet as much us an ndyertlsement in ter thuti it Pound of Cure." soino uowspaper. All the women All kiuds of half the men and in an ocean. vicsucu ia our nnd girin nud tho advertisement. rend new liuqof Capes we are selling boys r Tlio merchant who uses tho from ?2.50 to 53 2.00. has i,500 moro renders. llAI.TZnit&SllAW. roc salc ny car- - New lot $2.50 Cassimere On Wednesday of last week 3 dollar val and Kersey Pants. COWBILL & COWGILL, nt lielmout, a barge nf lumber be- ues, iiook, costs nothing. longing to MeKi8. Do.MoPtcouit :' : : KENTUCKY. IIlCKJIA.N, SANDKns & KtCE. 0 L'O & O'.lara panic, causing much lose. Tho barge contained about The Hopkinsvillo New lira is Tho agriculturist is wenrlnjr 35 ears, or nbout two ordinary uroved probably by the recent Mul well n I'Ttfiultt: entile llioie tr. i ii loads. It was to be trans- meeting of tho Pi ess Convention lie tulgtit 'J'be fifliU nrt- riro wl'U o ... .1.... ..l..., . ....... IT'l... uvvi of Ibe for years bountiful liartc.trf ferred to cars for shipment cast. iui nun iii.iut-- iu imj; xuu Haw the accident happened is notiage newsjnipor editor nway from Corn, collon nal c'crythiiiK Is Ijriuf in proportions nwalting ibe liar, definitely known; but it is said homo is always ono of tho liveli tester. J'O'Huiin ami lore, ban, homto luie resulted from improper est, gn est of men. This is doubt- iny .inil corn pono will emu many a loiuhng or unloading, causing It less owing to tho fact that thoy lieart la pulsate wlili ftliutiiem. The to capsize. Tliolumbcrutid burro no seldom get nwuy from home. coruiKMpt'i c plrnty Ii ours Oreat it t!'o we io insured. When they do, however, they our tu,; All Is the mntb; creal Is make up for lost lime. Tito nver- tilings well. bail lo Him who tloeth all The Democrats of Graven, is tho uiilkest-111- . Iliilunan and I'd ton counties will ngo country editoralive, A Western exehango says that tailored nnimal and does have a big rally nud iu Valley, Ky., more free work for tho pnbiio nnd at a recent prayer meeting held bin lt iio at Water gets less for it than uny other n town in Oregon the minister said: la (Irivea county on Tuesday, "Will Brother Smith jdeasc lead u. Oct. --'.Nitl. lions. W. J. Stone, business man." in prayer?" Seven men arose and .1 nli ii K. Hendrlek, Chas. K. began praying at once. This emWluH'ler, Judge J. . Robbins, nud Y. YV. Kubettson, Democrats and this weather make you think of barrassed tho preacher and he hurJ. I.. Wlllincliam, Joe A. Parker something warm ? not a hot tod- riedly said: "I mean 1'ro. John nml oilier Populists will address dy, nor the infernal legions', but Smith." At thii announcement tho people on tho political issues one of our good warm OVER- one sat down, and five more got up oftlied.iy. body regardless COATS that wo are selling from and began praying. The preacher of political belief is invited to $5 to SI 5. BAiran: & Shaw. saw his mistake, feaid nothing and Paducah Stnndard. nP.ei.d. Many of tho County Superin- lot the eleven pray it out Tho nverngo reader of the tendents, since the teachers' ex- themselves. lifiine nowspaper, says nn cnu savo many times its amination fur 1895, lutvo stated m.nr.v of tlio applicants were prico ia tho course of n year by that iOFER & BRADLEY uarufuj'r reading tho advertise-iiieut- deficient iu current events and 1 litorature, all owing to of livo business men. Ily current Havojuat received n full lino of llns we mean that the reader can the fact that they do not read the newspapers. Iu this enlightened snio iiuney by watching for Gents' Wsar ipiotcd oargalun in tlio very best age, with a nowspaper at almost ovory crossroad, for applicants to goods ho must hay e. Try It and of nil kinds. Other dealers 6ay ana !.' Mm ntntpmnnt. la iinrriit. If teach tho rising generation to be thev will sew 011r Shoes when ....., .. guilty ot the neglect to Keep :.. (.I.....I i. i ,.it in iiuiii iiuiua i. iiti bAiiuati abreast of tho day by rending n they rip. It is not always confor net taking a homo paper, for venient for yon to luwo them sowifts aaving your money whon you newspapers, Is n disgraco. ed, eo wo bavu a mnebtuo to brad ster-Democrat. uccd it most. every pair wo sell F1U3B OF wife in Ohio gave CHAUG13, nuil can guarantee A Married peoplo would bo hapWo cau Bavo pier if liomo troubfes woro never a tramp uu old pair of trousers in them tifwr to rip. told to n neighbor. If tho expen- - which her husband had secreted you time, trouble, nnd also, monCome nnd es woro proportioned to tlio re S200. Searcli wai made lor the ey. you nothing. exatniue; It will ceipts, n nicy tried to no its wayfarer without avail, aud the cost Respect fully, ngrceablo as in courtship days. owner of the trousers had given up ItOPKR & BRADLFA', If each would remomber the othur the money as lost, until the tramp Cavoe, Kv. ia n human being nud not an angel. came marching back and nanilci If each wero na kind to tho other tho treasure over, having walked as whnn they woro invers. If more than a hundred miles to per- DR. S. K. DAVIDSON fuel and provisions wero laid iu during tho high lido of summer form this act, after discovering the work. If both parlies romotuber money in tho lining. This is a KENTUCKY ed thnt they married for worso ns very unusual incident, and it by no HICKMAN, .i weji ns for better. If men woro! means jtiitihes the habit wineit 3n as thoughtful for their wives as many women possess of disposing Oftloe ovor Cowgill & Cowglll'e Drug Storo. they woro for their sweethearts. of their husband s wardrobes" iu the interest ol charity without conDoo. Oreasen, n forutor A. W. LINDSAY, character about town, has sulting tho owners. turned up iu Padiicnli iu a ntreak of bad luck. Tho News of labt Wednesday says: HICKMAN, KY. "Roy. Doxology Creasoii, minister of tho gospel, shniityboat show 8:15 Offioo wltb Jt. S. .Murroil. man, publio lecturer, sidownlk From llio unierleneJ In btko county, minrled man, and, lastly, ut July, uii ur ubjut ilicSu.l Jay inebriate, was picked up drunk on Ten n ,ono Itark Chfjlmii Sortel UClllSr', lvi.V Broadwny lnstuiuht. It has been uitb few wlili.) Luiri In foreliend, ubjul only tl few diliS StllCO the fuillOUS' 15 bauds hull, 6 yoa" nlil, U a tool sal imvomcnt preacher tangieti iiim ille lior.v, and slncto foots well. He hh Attorney-at-L- a I will fi'o HOlf in tho bonds of wedlock. Tho ihci.l .ill round when o lufof s .Id of results wore that bo was round a reirard ins, J16 OJ fur ibf rolttrn lli.it will Odi-- ttp.llr over Illeinnn Hank. or for Infornnllon hor to Will "Ivo attentlou to limine.. Intriitt iu tin intoxicated condition last IojJ tu ,lj leoTory. Addre.g, wi Courts. d to liiiu in any uf t" II 0. VAU01IN, evening and assigned u shelf In TipteQvlUe, Tens. tho city strong bos. weather below killing frosts ha vo throughout occurred Western Tcnncr-scc-. Jiastern Arkansas and ISonhcrn Mississippi. Memphis, wliil.- - been freezing Don't, Forget EashBook uby&Vd Splendid Selection of otit news-pape- m m - mwei mi BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Call nnd see our Stock. up to date. M.vitv JiunnKDD) &c, Every-thiu- ir & Co. nip-i- t Tlie CasH Greece j. il wFttins, DBALKIt IN Kou-tucl- ;r. STAPLE AKO FANCY GROCEniES, TOBACCO, I CISARS, ETC. V Stork Is rIwhjs Tre.b nnil OnplsUi ami I Iuclte ths p ubllo Is ctntv CasU Don?,fc and ie nie. piiil for Country Proilnce. Wlttins'. old lnnl, Cilnlon Buvtt, HICKMAN, KY. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, r GIVr. ME A Tfil-i- s dime, or Vngons, &.O. H'.".ili' .'ing a l nla keep " full Due of KENTUCKY. . luH on wait ruiiH on .fclah , m am Wtll Common, ItoeotwinJ, find KollJ ltti-.l:i1i can lw Sited nut Collin" nnd Cmc, up on eltoil notite. and at ici'oaablo prices. (iItc me n cull iUT Shop near the Jail. Under taker's Coed;, 11 Winche- 1 s CBNTilAL ILLINOIS RAILROAD, In connexion nith the Boulhern r.clOo Co., Ii now running a To connect direct al Asooda'a (.nbufb of Now Orleans) wllh the Uouibcrn I'fiSr i uew. fast, solid Tfsllbule train, ibo 'Suo-sc- t Limbed." for Houston, Ban Am iuJ El Ta.0, I.os Angelei od fisu 1'rmimi.o, ;J!JffiT!l!. KEIV OS6l.S:.t?i'M Nn 1, lw.Ii This oar for fiALIFORNI U Is run on Illlnoln Ceutial leave Htitlnn, Cstro 10 l min-oui- nd well-know- WEDNKdUAY, nnd Milton. Ironi OmsI li irunl, KVBRY il.roticlt In ad n KVKRYTHUhSIMY, Strayed or Stolen. Iteiervsllons to the 1'uolllc coft. ditlon there is run u r.Toi!insnawi!R 11 v. iTH"l r w? :. id U Angelr. vln Avnndale, Ij Uu I Msiasruuts anu to Pu and train, lenvinp Mvi n., mil, KVKtlY 1IIUR'I'V, nnd nlll.ia from Ooodman south rVLi.V t'UIU.VY. Tiiuouoil 11 R T. TYLER, Tickel - e Ril:i m Low m ty aa oti &onts. Ticket, nnd full informmlou aa to rate and irain lime can be hud of agents of lines, ibo Central lloulo aud connecllu or l.v addressing t U. UOWtW, Aseiti 'i-- CrUaat Aii't rs. in t t . Mm W..- - !. ?'."!. w'- wmmzm&mMitmmw: - I must I tell you nil?" "Yes father, I the only son of Abraham. Jesus, th. TRIAL OF FA1T1L LONG ISLAND WORK OF ART. .thought you had something ou your only son of God. On those, two "only" Curious Itrllo or lUrly I'armln llajs mind; tell It." The lather saldj "My I build n tearful emphasis. 0 Isaaet M tlllacr. In a krr)i). Beautiful Lesson In the Story of son, Isanc, thou nrt n Iambi" "Oh," 0 Jesus) Hut this last sncrlfice was a In ouo of tlio nnelent Long Island When tho you sny, "why didn't thnt young man, more tremendous ono. Abraham and Hit Sort Isaac. Mioie.whose first villngcs on the if he was twenty or thirty years of age, knife was lifted over Calvary there settlers came on the dnjs when tlio smite Into the tlust his infirm father? was no voice that cried "Stop!" and toun of Xew Amsterdam was under I rallhl hat Sitrrlvrctths Trial Abraham's He could havo donn iL" Ahl Isaac no hand arrested it. Sharp, keen Ii fully as important nml as beneficial n the rule of William tlio Testy. In n Dellvrrane From a (treat llnrilen knew br this time that the scene was nnd tremendous, It cut down through ttprlng Medicine, for nt this season there Senium lij ttrr. Dr. T. IleVVItt on Its main street typlcnl of u Messiah who tvns to come, nerve ni'd artery tuitll the blood laliiini,-r- , Is (rrcat danger to health In tlio varjlng quaint old liomesttiid u cnrloiis.eruile nnd so he mndo no struggle. They fell sprat cd tho faces of tho executompcrature, cold storms, malarial perms, was seen the other day woodcut, in n frame that was once In his sermon for Sunday Itev. Dr. on ench other's necks nnd wailed out tioners, nnd tho midday had dropped a tirevalenoo Of fovers and other diseases. gaudy, and hung In nn inconspicuous I'almagc chose for his subject Abra- tho parting. Awful nnd motchlcss veil vf cloud over Us faco because It All those, may bo avoided If tlio blood is portion of the parlor, ns If n thing too ham's supreme trial of faith nnd tho scene of tho wilderness. The, rocks could not endure tho spectacle O kept pure., tlio digestion good, nml bodily ' sacred for the pr) Ing eyes of the icon-- I tngelle rescue o Isaac from being of- echo back tho breaking of thelrheart. Isaac of Mt. Morlah! 0 Jesus of Mt, health vigorous by taking oclastic summer boarder. fered by his father as a sacrifice Tho The cry; "My sonl my son;" The 1 uvalry' Hotter could God have thrown It was rudely executed, but It told text was (ten. xll., 7i "Heboid the answer: "My father! my fntherl" nwn into annihilation a thousand nn interesting story. The picture was Are nnd the w od, but where Is the Do not compare this, us some nconle worlds than to have sacrificed His labelled, "The Turin Itesklence of Mr. lamb?" have, to Agamemnon, willing to offer onh on. It wns not ono of ten John lllank." nnd in nil probability It He Here are Araham and Isaac; the up his daughter. Iphlgenln, to please sous it wns His only Son, gentleman had. years ngo. n num- ,ine n kind, old, gracious, nlTecttonato the eods. Thero Is nothlntr rnm.mr. Im,l not uUcn tin Illin sou nnd I that of copies made to send to Ins ber "God so would hnvo perished. father: the otht r n brave, obedient, re- nolo to this wonderful obedlonco to friends and relatives. His picture and ligious son Krotn his bronr.ed appear-inc- o truoGod. You know that victims the loved tho world that Ho gave for Tho Ono Tnio Blood Purifier. wife, set in small miniathat of his you can tell that this son has sacritlco were nlways bound, so that His onlv " I top there, not because cure all liter Ills, blllous- - tures, adorned the tipper pirt of t lies been much in the fields, nnd from his they might not strugglo nwny, Itnw- - I have forgotten tho quotation but be- Hnnil'e background of orchlandscape, on the he has lings the martyr, when ho was dying cnuse I want to think. "God so loved was liaggy dres vou know that mounard and meadow. The man's fare for Christ's sake, said to tho black- - the world that Il gnvo Ills only be- been watching tho herds. The framed with throat whiskers that tain 9S99e969s5969S9l nlr has painted his cheek rubicund. smith who held tho mnnncles; "Fatten gotten Son, that whosoever bellcvoth reached from ear to ear, and on each He is JO, IS, or, ns some suppose, 33 those chains tight now, for my should not perish, but havo flcli in side of the lower part of the So Isaai s everlasting life." Great God! brenk nge; nevertneiess a may struggle mightily." vears of A delicious chin two bunches stuck sillily boy, considering the length of nrms nre fastened, his feet nre tie tin hrnrt nt tho thought of that sacridish of out at nn acute angle, ills hair was life lived Tho old man, rallying nil his strength fice Isaac tho only, typical of Jesus people which to brushed in rolls on the top of his head, OATMEAL those times, nnd tho fact HfLs him on to n pile of wood, Fasten the only. nnd his mouth was a thin straight line, in n son You seo Isaac going up tho hill nnd is nnything but a boy Ing a thong on one sido of the aha' with tho like a slit in n blanket l'rm nnd that father. never 1 a remember that my fath-;- r he makes It span the body of Isniu-an- rnrrving tlio. wood. O Abraham, why FULL straight-mouthelikewise, was the to fastens tho thong nt the other not take the load off tho boy? If he is used to come into the house when ladv. and her coillure was of tt drslirn FLAVOR the children were home on some fes- sldo tho altar, and another thong, ntxl going to die so soon, why not make his of the popular in tlu fashion-plate- s of tho tival occasion, nnd say: "Where arc another thong. There Is the lnt"i last hours easy? Abraham know that tlrst half the century. the boys?" although tho boys were 8.1, lllckering In tho wind, rendy to be in carrying that wood up ML Morlah BEST llclow them was a view of the house, 3.1 of the altor Isaac was to bo a symbol of Christ car-- j of age. So this , put under tho brush-woond 30 SkxsVP selected A with several tine barns in the fore-- I Isaac isnnd nyears to Abraham, and There is the knife, sharp and kct " ry ing hi own cross up Calvary. I do ixiy only OATS ground. In front of these stretched a this fnthcr's heart is In him. It is Abraham struggling with hU mortal I not know how heavy that cro was I bit of hay Held ami pasture -- in ono can only be made with anu luerom - wnciiicr 11 wns maneoi onx, or niacin, there is ireitngson 1110 one here and Isane I hayricks nnd In the other cuttle, in Isaacfestivity around there. If twit; ftnands of God on thesiuc, other ta! thnt I or I.ebauoti cedar, I suppose It may the fn'tlicr's iny j plenty. Many people weredrlvlngulong three of on tho pain of have weighed or two, Isaac must 'the road, and several were pointing tnd Isaac's enjoy iL It is Isaac's walk, knife, rubs the Hatliou itlor helpA'omes hundred ponnus.one,inaiwasinor light- apparel, and Jsanc's man-ier- his hand, cries to admiringly from their buggies nt the and Isaac's prospects, and Isaac's up to tho sido of tho altar, put a oart- - est part of tho burden All the sins anu cows, tho barns, the house and tho prosperity. The father's heart strings inc ;iss on the brow of his b'y, takes j sorronsof theworldwerowoiind around MADB OF THE orchard. !..( nt n.,n III), ..ft a messago from him for m'thei and thnt cross. Careful inquiry developed tho fact ire all wrapped around thnt boy, nnd home, s nnd hell wero then, lifting th glittrrlng of two, worlds, of wrapped again, that many years ago, w hen the disci the old man's lifeuntil in Isaac I can weapon and the plunge o' the rath on his shoulders. earth Isaac, carrying DY 8PECIAL PROCESS. Oh, for is ples of Daguerrc were few and their just imagine how lovingly and proudly stroke his muscles knitting for tho ( the wood of sacrifice up Mount Morlah (YEARLY SALES 20,000,000 LBS. loppy pictures costly, "artists" ued work the hand begins to descen 1. Jt Oh, Jesus carrying tho wood of sacri to travel nbout the country, making ic looked at his only son. Well, the dear old man has borne a fallsl Not on the heart of Isaac b t on fice up Mount Calvary, tho agonies ol SOLD ST u esociss pictures of farms and their owners for grreat deal of trouble, and it had left the nrm of God, who arrests the si toke, earth and hell tvrnppcd nround thnt IN a few dollars, printing a certain limn- PACKAGES. its mark upon him, In hieroglyphics making the wildernfss quake ivlth crovs. I shall never see the heavy load i ber of copies and sending to the farmer of wrinkle the story was written from the cry: "Abraham' Abraham' la- not on Kane's back, that I shad not think MUSCATINE OATMEAL CO. a sulllcicnt quantity for him to demonnow- lad, do mm any of the crushing load on t hrlst's back. thy hand tqion forehead MUSCATINE. IOWA. strate to hi friends nod relatives who socms nil to chin, butwe arc his trouble harm:" tt hat the this nor is gone, nnd sound ba- It in For w horn that load? For you. For glad that 59S959S9S9tiS959$ had pone "out west" that there were he is very soon to rest forever. If the tho woods! It Is a crackling as treo you. For me. For me. Would that still prosperous pcopleand fertile lauds old man shall get decrepit, Isaac is brnnches, a bleating and n simple. nil the tears thnt we have ever wept in the cast .V. W. World BEST IN THE WOULD. strong enough to wait on him. If the Go, Abrnham and see what It is Oh, over our sorrows had been saved until father gets dim of eyesight, Isaac will it was a ram that, going through tho this morning, nnd that we might now fljk Ailvrrtl. their Ar. l pour them out on tho lacerated back lead him by the hand. If the father woods, has its crooked horns A fact remarkable to our civilized and and feet and heart of tho Son of God. becomes destitute. Isaac will earn him and entangled in tho brtish"women is the one that Alaska squaws bnliam tff You say: young man was bread. How- glad could not get loose; and make their ages public They wear tt that Ins been In we nre athat the ship seizes it rlajlv. nnd nuicklv unio 'ens SO or 30 y ears"If tins did not he resist? stormy sea of age such piece of wood or bone in the lower lip, altar, puts the ra n on Why was it not Isane binding Abraham tYewvTO4Jwt'Ba rt Isaac the size of tho ornament indicating is coining at last into the harbor. in his from the L vSirm Cdviti ttnviu "Aro you not rejoiced that gloriplace, sets the lamp tin.u'tne Instead ot Abraham binding Isaac) M.W.....W. the age of tho owner. When a girl ous old Abraham Is through with brushwood of tho altar, an the Tho musclo in Isaac's nrm wai THE RISINd St!N marries, her lower lip is pierced, and a his troubles? Xo! not A thunderbolt! dense smoke of the sacritlco as to stronger than the mus.-lin Abraham's STOVE POLISH la peg of wood or a piece of bone the size s of withered nrm. No young man 13 years down the rakes for general of a pea Inserted. As she prows older From that clear enstern sky thero rise, tho blood rolls blacking of a stove. hissing n' tho of age would submit to havo his father tho into that father's tent a this Is Increased In size until it is al- dropsan announcement enough to voice fire, altar, I nnd drops THR SUN PASTB tho fasten him to n pile of wood with tho nml hear the words: ' I!ch. lth turn most as wide as her chin, nnd half an POLISH for quick black hair white, nnd to stun the pa- Lamb of God who takes away r sins Intention of burning." Isanc was a willIter. dinner Mne, inch high. The result is naturally unapplied and so a tpo of Christ sacrifice, annihilation, (iod world." sightly, but it answers tho purpose, triarch into instant Tho old man an- of theell, what aro you going b c tout ing willinglyand UbeiS with a cloth. came to snvo the world. aid: "Abraham!" who "tt and. besides, it is fushionablc. Golden iIore llroa.. Prop., Canton, Mas., l.s..l. Days. swered, "Here I am." (iod said to him: of this? There is nn aged minister of If all the armlc ot Heaven had re"Tuke thy son, thy only son Isaac, the (.ospel. He says: "I shoui get solved to forco hrlst out from the ou say you lovo whom thou lorcst, and get thee into out of it that when God tells vou 'O do gate, they could at have dono IL Stern I'arent her and that she loves you, nnd that tho land of Morlah, and olTer him a thing, whether It seems reasonable Christ was equal wiri God. If nil tin it. battalions of glory ad armed themvon can never be happy apart; but there ns a burnt offering." In other to you or not, go ahead and there are others besides yourself; have words, slay him; cut his body into Hero Abraham couldn't have been selves nnd resolved to put Christ forth on considered her father and mothei?' fragments; put the fragments on the mistaken. God didn't speak s in- and make him come out and save tint oung Spooner "I have; but I love wood; set lire to the wood, and let distinctly that It was not certain world, they could not havo succeeded V7 niUfumicb duplicate of lilVB STOCK whether he called Sarah, or in It. With one stroke He would havt her so much that I don't mind the kind Isaac's body be consumed to ashes. 0X720 or any otbtr or somebody else; but with toppled over nngelic and "Canniballsml Murder!" says some of parents she has llesidcs, it's no Tut ahown In ao y 8 peo fault of hers, vou know." Most on one. .ot so, salu Abratiam. 1 near Divine articulation, Divine intonauon, dominion. tarn Book at or blow quoted prices fortaxna. 'Abrahim soliloquize: "Here Is the boy on Divine emphasis, ho said Hut there was one thing that the omTranscript Oh, how I ham!' Abraham rushed blindly ahead nipotent Christ could not n l. Our whom ILN.Keibg5 NewspaperCoare referred loved I have depended! in He was given Him. He could not answer to to do his duty, knowing that th ngs Electrotype r and to bv S K. Teal In h,ure. Ono kind prayerhimt now must I surrender him? would come out right Likewise .so sorrows mastered world die without ac I fir--,-nnd to seo tho Mereoffpen, of Indian ant gives a scries of triple O Isaac, my sonl Isaac, how- - shall I yourselves. Thero is a mystery of bear offer of pardon and help, and If nl 1. 7 & 179 ElmtStrcct, five or sountjs. another kind a set-o- f 'I&-aIs2ftyou your life. There Is some to keep Hire part you? Hut, then, is L'l.MJI.WATI. gradually decreasing. The sounds safer withdo as God asks meItto; always have to carry. You don't burden why Heaven Ifhad armed itself life had been six. I have know to the gntes of back. were made by rasping the horny tip of Christ would been in dark places before and Ood got God has put it on you. There is soma and double-barred- , The Croat the last abdominal segment on any me out I will implicitly do as (,od persecution, some trial, and you don't bolted tiling ho everlasting doors frott material, such as thin, dry told me, although It is very dark. I know whv Gol allows iL There Is a. hnvo hlngeiv. and would havo sprung tesonant KIDNEY, their bark, dry leaves, etc. can't see my way, but I know (5od work for you to do, nnd you have not forth scattering tho hindering hosts o! LIVER & mistakes, and to Him I com- enougli grace, you think, to do iL Do Heaven like chaff before the whirl vv Ind, 1 he honey of the snapdragon can makes no BLADDER as Abraham did. Advance, nnd do as He cried; "Io! I havecomo to suffer not lie extracted by the common bee. mit myself nnd my darling son." CURE. Early In the morning there is a stir your whole duty. He willing to give Iai! I coino to die!" Christ- -a willing i-which has not weight enough to pull A beast of up Isaac, and perhaps you will not sacrifice. Wilting to take llethlehem huSt St. down the lower jaw of this curious around Abraham's tent. idrleoAfainplilrtfrl, Abraham have to give up nnything. "Jehovah-jlre- h miliation, nnd Sanhedrim outrage, and flower onlv tho buiilebcc has access burden is fed and saddled. Dr. KllmoraCo., BInghamton, N. Y tho I.onl will provide" A cap- whipping-pos- t maltreatment, nnd Golmakes no disclosure of tho awful to the interior gotha butchery. Willing to be bound. At the break of day ho says: ital lesson this old minister gives us. "JONES HE PAIS TUB I'ltKHJIIT." Out vondcr. in this house. Is an aged Wilting to suffer. WILing to die. "Come, come, Iiaac, get up! We are ST' going off on a two or three days' jour- woman: the light of Heaven in her Willing to save. How does this affect half-wathrough the door, you? ney." I hear the ax hewing nnd split- face; she is hand on tho pearl of the Do not your very best ImpuUei ting amid the wood until the sticks nre sho has failed 6utMSttn.lrf. All 5lies and All Kinds. made the right length nnd tho right gate. Mother, what would you get bound out toward this Not rude by a trim or controlled by a combination thickness and then they nre fastened out of this subject? "Oh." she says, "I Christ? Get down at his feet, 0 I ot Tree Honk and True. I st, ufdre on the beast of burden. They pass on would learn that It is in the Inst pinch yo peoplel Hut your lum ngalnst (IP IIINOIIAMTO.V, IOIX theie are four of them Abraham, that God comes to the relief. You ee the wound on his right foot and lllnnliuinlon,.N'. V I'.N.A. W,PP ,n the father; Isaac, tho son, and two the nltar was read v. nnd Isaac help kiss nwny the panservants, doing along the road, I see was fastened on it, nnd tho knife foam from Ills dying lips. Get undei Treated free. I" NEW CLOTHES. Isaac looking up Into his father's face wns lifted, und just Hi the last tho cross until you fee' the baptism oi rIUtij UK ID 4& wlU ?jUU A lively little child's boot Jk nnd saying: "1'iither, what is the mat- moment God broke in nnd stoped His rushing tears. Take Him inU Hai KaHI. iwrJ Bitot rr- ter? Are you not well? Has anything proceedings. So it has been In my your heart, with warmest love and unten beautiful containing .d wns Why. MitjsNi, ,"fra Crtltw itrapuoi ri4l; tarvr Jk lithographic color plates, ten Jk happened? Are you tired? Lean on life of 70 years. (lour sir. there of :i dying enthusiasm. Ily your reslstancs t ' jBpi 4ta ! 4i?n rfntf was all out the you have abused Him long enough. my arm." Then, turning around to time when the ( BtraritMi ctr-V black nnd white drawings il FREE lMt1nfoUi flOOK ' and lots of snappy jingles, jk the servants, the son says: "Ah! house: nnd I set the tablo at noon and Christ Is willing to save you. Are you TEHDAYSTREATMEHTFURHISHEDFREEWniaU )lt. II. ll.niIt.K ll.S,sp.lll.l,ACIt, 6a. father is getting old, nnd he has had had nothing to put on It; but live min- willing to bo saved? It seems to ra arsiiis ton rirsi mn u i trouble enough In other days to kill utes of 1 o'clock u loaf of bread came. us if this moment wero throbbing with Tho Lord will provide. My son was the Invltatious of an him." TOP SNAP. BUY- - CYCLES w to any mother who will for- - 4y The third morning has come, and It very sick nnd I said: "Dear Lord, you (iod. iNtiai f . riteaibsUt iiMlw nnis lat) usit. two cent skimp and ward n is the day of the tragedy. The two don't mean to take him away from me, I havo been told thnt the Cathedra! W M Lkftj ttif M. IKl'UI.K her name nnd address to POAUUCttMtNTCO. servants are left with the beast of do you0 I'lense, Ixrd, don't take of SL Mark stands in a quarter In ths Richardson & DhLong Bros., burden, while Abraham and his sou him nwav. Why, thero are neigh- center of the city of Venlcs and that ?T Isaac, as was the custom of good peo- bors who have three nnd four when the clock strikes twelvo at noor l'hiladelphia. W VDnnf man ple in those tunes, went up on the sens; this is my only son; this all the birds from the city and tho re.o ova ITldiMiii(,AbVMTMUailOVIL1 0 hill to sacrifice to the Lord. The wood is my Isaac Ixinl, you won't take gions around about the city Ily to tin is taken off the beast's back and ptiton him away 'roin me, will you? Hut I square and settle down. It came ic ho was getting worso nnd worse this wive; womoc Isaac's buck. Abraham has In one hand A a pan of coals or a lamp, and in tho all tho time, and I turned round and passing one noonday across the square, other a sharp, keen knife. Hero are all prayed, until tftera while. I felt sub- saw some birds hovering In the colli, tho appliances for sacrifice, you say. missive, and I could say: 'Thy will, and sho scnttered some crumbi The great success of the chocolato preparations of ) Lord, bo dor. l' No, thero Is one thin? wanting. There The doctors- gave of bread nmong them. Tho nexl (established the house of Bakor & Co. him nn. And, - was the custom in day, at the samo hour, sho scatis no victim no pigeon, or heifer, or In 1780) has led to the placing on tho market lamb. Isaac, not knowing that he is those tunes, we mil made the gravo tered morp crumbs of bread among to be tho victim, looks up into his clothes, and wo we 0 whispering about them, and so on from year to sear un many misleading and unscrupulous imitations father's face, and asks a question the last exercises, uhen I looked, and til tho dny of her death. In her will of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter which must have cut the old man to I saw some pcrspir.ition on his brow, sho bequeathed a certain amount ol Baker 8c Co. are the oldest and largest manu the bone: "My father!" The father showing that the fever had broken, money to keep up the sums practice, said: "My son, Jsnae, here I am!" nnd ho spoke to us so tiaturally. nnd now. nt the first stroke of tho bell Cocoas and facturers of pure and high-grad- e The son said: "Uehold the flre and the that I knew he was going to nt noon, the birds begin to come lliere, on this continont. No chemicals are Chocolates wood, but where is tho lamb?" The get well. He did get well, sod my and when the clock has struck 15 tho father's lips quivered, nnd his heart son Isaac whom I thought wr go- squoro Is covered with them. Mow used in their manufactures. fainted, and his knees knocked to- ing to be slain and consumed of dis- beautifully suggestive. Christ comes IB I w iiji Consumers should ask for, and be sure that gether, nnd his entire body, mind and ease, was loosened from that Tlieiiiiote thy soul out to & Co.'s goods. they get, the genuine Walter Baker iloaa your fcoula, thai Ycrn so hungry you leel yoursolves to bo, the In sickening unirulsb ns An soul he struggles to gain equipoise; for he for seventy years, and If my voice were better it Is. It Is noon nnd tho Gospel BAKER & CO., does not want to break nwa And not so wcnK, anu 11 1 couui see bettor, clock strikes IS. Como In Hocks! DORCIIUSTHR, MASS. then ho looks into his son's face, with I could preach to you younger tpcopio a Come as doves to tho window! All the a thousand rushing tenderness, and sermon, for though I can't see mu h, I air is filled with tho liquid chime: says: "My son, God will provide him- can see this; Whenever you get do a Comet Come! Come! . self n lamb." tough place and your heart is breaatng -Gntta-!"r-- h tj The twain are now at the foot of the if you will look n little furttier into ly a Hrnrt Slelhoil. j; hill, the placo which is to be famous tho woods, you will see, caught in the H has heretofore been tho practica to cut for a most transcendent ocourrencc. branches, a substituto and a lel,,or-uncof collectors of gutta-perchIt "My son, God will provide Him- down tho trees to got nt tho gum. They gather some stones out of the Held and build nn altar three or four self a lamb.'" has been discovered that plucking the Thank you, mother, for th.it slort leaves and extracting tho gum from feet high. '1 hen they take this wood packnges contain a list of novels by the most popular Authors. I could preach back to vou them Is not only moro profitable ns to off Isaac's back and sprinkle it over sermon. Five Cents in stamps will procure any one of them delivered the stones, so as to help and invito the for a minute or two and sny. never do Immediate results, but docs away with FREE. you fear. 1 wish I had half as gu.,i ti th .lanf cr of exterminating the plant. llames. CO., ADAMS & The altar is done it is all done. hope of Heaven as you have. l" not1 Tho gum obtained from tho leaves i -Isaac has helped to build It With his fear, mother; whatever happt-n- . no ' purer, easier t'i manage and moro abiin- 'V father he has discussed whether the iiiiiiu win ever Happen 10 you was ciant limit inn guiuercu ujr cuuiuk top of the table is even, and whether going up & long (light of stairs and 1 the tree. It lias been found that tw the wood Is properly prepared. Then snvv nn aged woman, very de. ieplt, plucklngsof tho haves ylold as much years' there Is n pause. Tho son looks nround ami with a cane, creeping on up. m,0 gum as a treo of twenty-fiv- e to sec if there is not some living ani- made but very llttio progress ami I growth. Soma concern has been cxt mal that can be caught and butchered felt very exuberant, and I said pressed na to tho possible fallnro ol for tho offering. Abraham tries to to her: "Why, mother, that is tho supply, on account of tho destrucnow-a-day- s, us, The feelings and no way to go up stairs," his I tion of theso forests, but this new dl food, choke down griof fatherly that lie may threw my arms around her andan car-I covery will not only mnko tho croj in in order suppress his break the terrific news to his sou that ried her up and put her down on tho easier to gather, but will increase th bodies, landing at tho top of tho stairs sho &unply, bring down tho price and per Is be to find on. heAh!toIsaacthe victim. grow, if never looked moro beauti- said: "Thank you, thank you, I am mltof a much wider range of uses than lung-tissu- e O mother, vv non you heretofore. N. Y. Ledger. ful than on that day to his father. As very thankful." is tho old man ran his emaciated fingers get through this life's work not you weak is the A South Noiiwalk (CL) tailor rethrough his son's hair ho said to him- want to go upstairs and rest in the force. is self: "How shall I give him up? What good place that God has prov.dcl for cently made a wager of JS that ho will his mother say when I come back you, und will not have to climb up could cat 150 raw tomatoes. Tho day hypophosphites, without iny boy? I thought ho would you will not havo to crawl up painful, set for the contest enmo. and ono by to overcome germ-hf- e. of have been the comfort of my declining ly The two nrms that wero stret. hed ono the red beauties disappeared, until days. I thought he would havo been on the cross will bo flung orounu vou, his capacious stomach held tho 110 tc odds in the hope of ages to come. Beautiful ni'd you will be hoisted with a g s matoes, of fat-foo- d lift beyond all weariness nn I all and loving, and yet to dio under my Maiitix llnoww attended service SunJ own hand. Oh, (lodl is thero not some struggle. May tlio God of Abraham day evening ut the German Cntholla other sacrifice that will do? Take and Isaac bo with you until you seo church, Chlcngo. He fell lsp and on or my life, und spare hlsl I'our out tho l.amb on tlio hilltop. loudly the sexton, Michael mm rod you had, how Now, that aged minister lus ina e a Klltch, had lilm arrested for disordermy blood, nnd save Isaac for his is one. mother and tho world!" Hut this .suggestion, und this aged woman huh ly conduct. He was fined 810. to five. was un inward struggle. The made a suggestion; I will lu.iiic nig. slow. father controls his feelings, and looks gestlon- - Isaac going up the hill nukes A cubic foot of logwood weighs New York iuto his son's face, and says' "Imuc, 1110 tbiiik of the great sacrifice, Isaac, 6". 07 pound. SCOTT & BOWNE, cbcmi.ti, edicine Fall A KENTUCKY STATE NEWS A VRiiniCT for 83,000 was rendered Ic the case pf Mrs. tt'. H. Htirvont ngalnst tho Louisville A. Nashville HallroadCo. In the Mnrlnn circuit court. Mrs. Sur vant was Injured by n train December 11, UB2, nt a private crossing neat Gravel Switch, In that county. The case hns had n previous trial, when Judgment for (0,000 was given plain- Hood's Pillc Sarsaparilla Dr. Flllston shot nnd killed IX. A. Dicker son on nn I t N trnln nt l'.lllstou six weeks ngo. Tho court released on $1.1,000 bond. The enso wns set for the third day In the February tiff. Tlir. grand Jury at tt'llllamstown returned nn Indictment ngalnst Dr. A. 0. Klliston.ot F.lllstoti, for willful murder. vm Hlghwt of all In Letrentng Power. Lateit U. S. Gov't Report Absolutely pube A Varly II Powder, LONGSHOREMAN'S NERVE. Baking term. n SS?! 2-L- B. 1 1 111 close-shav- d uMKiim. I d 1 fFrfends'Oatei J s, FINESTOATS! ri. nine-tenth- - i' flim .,,;, fas'-nei- I I !! LIVE STOCK CUTS. - st-v- ts KArsIAUaus. M5 lr tho drought continues much longer nround Lebanon it Is feared that thero will bo no vvnter In Itolllng Fork for the water company to pump. The continued drought It Is belioved has damaged tho tobacco more than the recent heavy frost nnd freeze. The lovsdn weight can not bo computed, nor yet tho loss In qunlity. Dry ns It had been tho stalk could afford no sap to the leaf, by which the leaf Islcft without substance and will seriously affect tho value ot tho crop. Jamtstown Is to have a first class school building. 1'AIU'CAII Is to treat herself to new and larger electric cars. Kn Hoi'Kl.ss is tho champion clay blyl shot ot Henderson. TlilltTV-rilllKbarns of tobacco havo been destroyed by flro this year In county. Kl.liKit J. S. SwKKMtr has Wen consecuelta'ted for the tnonty-slxttive 3 ear as pastor of tho I'arls Christian church. Wvi. Cuofcn, Jit , who died near county, reOlympinn Springs, cently, had seven tumors, ono on his cheek, one tn ench arm, two on his and one head, ono under his knee-caon his breast. Tiik federal grand Jury ot Lexington, has indicted IMilorChas. C Moore, for sending an obscene publication through the malls. The objectionable publication was his p.ier. the lllue Grass 1.nl e. (Ik.n. Csfslis M, Cl.sV, tho "Snge of Whitehall," as hn ndmlrrrs love to call him. quietly relebratii hlselghty-fiftbirthday n few dtysntfo. at Whitehall, his country sent, eight miles north of 'I lie general Is still hale Hlchmond and hearts Till: Kentucky grand lodgo of Odd Fellows elected Dr. C. I Meredith, of Ifeports F.mlneiu-e- . grand master. show oil the order to Ikj flourishing iu the state Tin: annual report of Commissioner of Agriculture McDowell hns just liceii Issued The work is a model of neatness iu n mechiiutcnl point. of view, and is replete with statistical and other information, and rellrcts great credit upon the state department from which it was issued. The frontispiece is an elegant picture of Gov. Hrovvn. Thr health authorities of I.ouIvIllo and the stato arc alarmed at the preva lence of typhokl fever and diphtheria, which ore raging ns was never knots n leforc in Kentucky. The death rate Louisville, for SeptemWr was Iu doubled on account of the prevalence of the. diseases, nnd there has lcen no nlalemcnt. From all sections of the stutc reporLs enme of the ravages of typhoid, while tho danger from diphtheria Is almost ns greaL Schools havo been closed, and 1m) cases of tjphold nre reported from Grant K Col-lawh h p 1 h Jokes tt lib lh rtirslelan Whlta Tliry Ainpntale III t'rusliail Flmrr. Youth. A strapping young mnn dressed In it Ordlnnry enrpeuters acquire wonderful facility for tho rigid trnlnlng that jumper nnd overalls approached the they receive Iu youth. Sot to woik nt tlesk of Mr. (lleason, n clerk In I ho nn early age they nre ntonco taught ndmlsslon otllen of Hellevtio hospital tho use of the chisel on spnro pieces of tho other dny forenoon with a smile , on his face nud said: board, cutting "Where Is tho Imtchcr shop?" notching nnd Mat ornaments. From Mr, Ole.tson, who has met so many this they progress to foliated moldings nnd dlnpcrs and nro finally tnught to queer applicants fur medical treatment draw tho pillar In nil Its parts nnd tho nt the hospital that ho never gets exmehrnb or door casing. Thus n bos' Is cited over tho most eccentric question, , often nble to carvo enriched moldings replied: "There Is a meat market up the before ho has learned ordinary work. Nothing ould be better calculated street; Ihls Is a hospital." "I know thnt," said tho mnn In it tlinn this course of Instruction to develop nud enrich Intent .talent. Those rich brogue, "but I've got n part of it who start with an inherited feeling for foreleg hero that I think will have to design can not fall to arquljsythc crisp-net- s be carved n little," at the same time of touch and tho surety of execu- holding up a bandaged hand. Tho man was dtrecteJ to tho "butch, tion that aro ultimately tho most notably technical characteristics of thoir er shop" of the eatablUhrnl'iiL better work. It is tho perfectirin of hard known as the surgical room. He said hla namo was John Flaherty and that training. Tho wood carver sits on tho ground he was working as a longshoreman nn at his work nnd holds between his bare l'ler 1.4, Xorth river, and that he lived feet the block which he is cutting, nt 1M Morris street, Jersey City. Whllo Ha has several chisels, sort ot nils moving barrola on the pier the rim of and n thick wooden spatula and with ono crushed the forefinger ot his rlghl these he marks out the most Intricate hand against n post. The finger was designs and most delicate lines, Tho badly mangled nud after nn examinawonder Is alike over tho perfection of tion It was decided to amputate It at his completed work and the simplicity the second Joint. The physicians wero greatly amused nnd even seeming Initdequacy of his ilg-agdog-tooth 11 CARVINGS. KatlTa.Warkman Are Tralnad rrnm HINDU who must have been suffering Intense He refused to takn ether, nnd political conditions and the abolition said) "Oo ahead with the JoU" He of the feudal system by which tho was placed In tho chair and ns a white princes havo censed to eucourago and cloth wns plnced over him he sald.w itlt support trained artisans ua their pri- n laugh: "(live me n close shave " While the physicians were applylug vate retainers. Tho bad modern architecture that has been Intro- the knives ho laughed nud joked conWhen the dismembered duced into tho country in government tinuously. barrncks and other public buildings linger was bandaged he thanked the has vitiated native taste to a consider- physicians nnd walked out of the Instiable degree mi thnt more than ono na- tution whistling. Dr. Gardner looked after hltn In tive nuthorits' lias been impelled to declare that "the ginnl nrt Is disappear- nmnxement and said; "I never saw it ing." Hut thero Is still left enough of letter riiapiaj of nerve in my life time. good nud honest workmanship to leav- He uittst have suffcml terribly from Y Tribune. en the nrtistio lump. And It will be a thcoswrat!iM!."-- N long dny lieforu this Hindu art falls - Nature's Ilrvernge in Keutucky. -Lymau Horace wholly In drendonce. The weary teetotaler riding along a Weeks in Chautnuquan. white-ho- t turnpike lit Kentucky Much of this handicraft has disappeared with the chnngc of social and methods. at tho rollicking spirit ot the patient, pain. h dusty count-- . n Xl- J t. Farm and Wagon SCALES. y Mother Goose hr paln-struc- d - - DROPSY tt-iirJH -- - " 'v GUNS Ossia (sw 5 0 Sent Free (0 Timely Warning. Walter large-hearte- d - afy-vr- , fel WALTER Limited, CAMritKl.f. caught nlno HahmsoX 'poMuint near llunnewell, tho other night. Tho ninth one welghe I thirty-eigh- t pounds and he let tho others go. Liwiirs,cr.ii"Ri has nn epidemic of typhoid fever. Tim river at Danville has been stocked with young bass. Mls aTKitl.lMi. the woman evangelist of tho I'nlted Hrethren church, is balding meetings in Hltchio county. OVKK 4.000 women registered in Covington, the other day. The stockholders of the Hullitt Counts Fair association havo elect-- ; 1 Isaac tt'ooldrldgo nnd W. F. Smithcr dhvetors, to take tho places of Dr. llarnet and Wilson Summers, who declined tt Harhis, of Franklin GitAM'lt.t.r. potacounty hns raised an eight-pounto, and Col. Lilian!, of Owen, has then. as big ns buckets. At l'ineville. Henry ilroughton vvni placed under nrrest for confederacy in tho killing of one tjlusher in !(K), but two hours later made good his escape from tho officers. l't'M.T two wagonloads of straw nnd trash wero found between the roof and ceiling of tho old Lancaster Methodist Church, which had been carried there by sparrows. Tilt: scarcity of water Is becoming n serious matter with farmers in central Kcntucks. Water Is so scarce nnd that farmers whose wells are not dry resort to unusual means to prevent theft of their supply. Al.tcx C amdkn was shot twice by Deputy George Coulter, who sought to arCamden was rest him, near Danville. wounded in five different places, bulls sti.t alive, with good chances for Ho was charged with disturbing a church meeting. At Lancaster the scarcity of water was demonstrated 11 few days ago, washerwomen hired "hen ; num!-r- f wagon nnd drove thrco n miles to the river to wash linen. Alv unknown race follower fell from r. trnln going to Latonla the other das'. The man was attempting ,to jump oft Ho while the trnln was In motion. d val-ble tvvo-hors- o Tho Ice ia grnduatly accumulating at the north polo and slowly melting away nt the south. Hventually the earth's center of gravity will suddenly change, nnd tho last man will bo crushedIbV the rush of movable tthat will quickly glide over lla surface. There Is a retarding medium In spacf causing n uradunl loss In velocity In all of the plnrTets. The earth, when her revolutions finally cease, will Ui drawn nearer nud nearer to the sun until tho last man w 111 lm literally roasted off tho face of tho earth. Heglnnlngwlth tho yar 8000 A. D. humanity will commence to retrograde, nnd tiy tbernd of tbryrar l.Ooe.CWJmnn will b 110 larger nnd hare no moro than a plant louse. In that event thero will lo no "last man," remarks tho SL Louis Ilepublle. Tho k tin's llrrs will gradually burn out nnd tho trttqwrntutv cool; In consequence the earth's glacial zones will enlarge, itivlng shivering humanity toward the equator At last the habitable svace will lessen to nothing and overcrowded humanity vv 111 lw f roten In a heap. IN THE YE An 1,000,000. I.Th tn un lUrtti tt III II flmallrr 1 ban a lr. Tho surface of tho earth Is slowly but surely diminishing, says tho scientists. All the landed Hrtlon will lie sub. mergtsd and the last man will bo dnnv itcd. -t course," replied the teetotaler, somewhat shocked. "All right," said the native, taking a bottle ot corn juice from his pocket and handing It over "There's about a pint In there and plenty more In the house. Help yourself " Drxvrs, Clik-ae- came to a farm house with awelliwrep In the front yard and a man sitting in the shade by the gate. "(Jood day." saluted tho trnvclrri "can I lie accommodated with a drink here? I am very thirsty." "Certainly," was the hospit"tt hat would you llko able response, "Nature's beverage, of to liaveT' ICat rirld In IWnvrr. Kept. 10 -- Mr Journey from was t.ver the Chleogrt, llurllnetun fiOttiKcr ItallniaJ, one of tho brsinian-arsayatriua In the country, 1 should sav t jutlitiuK bjr the civility of Uieemploje. tlwi comfort I micrlcnceit, Uieecciletiio of It, roadlnsl, and I ho punctuality of arrival. I actually re ?hrj IVnver ahead of time. Tlw Hurllnuton Kowto l a!o tde beat w HU I'aul, Minneapolis, Umata and Kati sat City. ) Hrartsr (applying for place) "And I shall require Imi Hdiirea of your ant" SltsUvaa 'Whatever fori" tserv. y lavt-erv. -- ant ofcoura. "Why, to iret our charnclrr from her, Judy. YEARS DID WELL II FOR HIM. I.lk a sennmnna Hidden In the graaa, malaria but wait out approach, to spring at and fatten Its fangs antiujkmi us lliere la, howev cr, a dote tn It veaiiin vv aleh reudera H row cries a-- r Jill tors I -la for evil. Hosletter'a htotr aolmrnvleJued and world fsmed spectre, and it U, idra thla, a thorough curative for rheu tnatUm, ilyaiepsla,llvrreo tn plaint, con ttliiatlon, la irrlppc and nrrvouaneaa. In convalescence aud atre It la very ervlceablo. n t- frtat liar All Interesting anecdote Is told of tho Into Cnpt Theodore Julius, whose death occurred recently. Homo time ago, says tho Philadelphia Iteconl, Capt Julius went over to a shipyard In Camden to toko a look at tho old packet ahlp which was being converted Into a coal barge. Tho captain took a particular Interest In the old ship because of his having served ns tnntc aboard her lu the early '60s. Whllo ho stood w atch-Inthe old vessel n total stranger approached hint and asked: "Isn't your name Julius?" Tho captain replied In "You wero a mate tho ufilrmotlvc. on that ship lu tho summer of 1KJ.1?" "Yen," said tho captain. "You don't rcmcmWr me," continued the stranger, "but I remember you vers well. I was a fcteemgo passenger onthoTonawnnda at that time, being on my way to this countrs. Fvo liecn pretty prosperous and I'vo Just lxmght tho old ship and am going to make n coal barge of her. Strange, Isn't It, that 1 should como to own tho ship that brought mo practically H:nnllcss to this country?" Tho captain agreed with him that It was rery strnnre the" MARKETS. Tona-wandg HoncM th Host Thai llroufht lllm As oU mml"-- r ot ths stork ex. 'The only time a man of ex. chanire ) Uikrs hit wife Into hit ronflJcru-a- , to tell her be la not making any taouey." Household Word. a, flto't Cure fci Consumption forSOyoara. Lizili 1'ranit, St., Harrltbuiv, To., May 4, VH. Cunip Wk have not been without In Keutucky poker If case of doubt both aguns. Washington always draw Pttno Haifa Catarrh Cor la Ukcn InUnwlly 1'rlceTSo. 1 .- - would have a man Brest In sjreat loins, Johnson. and elegant In Utile tliiu-- . fM PWfEW-Cfc?Ww- LIVK Iioq: SIIKEl'-t.lHi- lcs Common Good packers Stieet btitrhr 10 ClKCISNJtTI.OfL 1 II 00 o J 00 4 4 4 LaHIIS-Oo- oJ will die. ORAlN-- w, hl-- Na No. I rrJ Corn-N- rCuUll Wtnl.r faintly Nn. I um choir red . i KNOWLEDGE no ulO B 10 l C firings comfort and Improvement and W .V III I 09 UIM tends to personal enjoyment when IH s tt rn rightly used. Tlio many, who live beta VV-- o. POPULAR NOVELS. PEPSIN TUTTI . ADAMS' - FRUITTI e. a ( tr'V germlife W V W VVW!r SONS IV't.io.'JiiysW 1 that disease germs doctors tell our are everywhere; in the air, in the water, live they get into our clothe, money; that there, thrive and anything thrive they by the destruction of Consumption to conquer them, too lung erms where he remedy strength vital means the Scott's Emulsion, with lung strength adjustment our favor. It is fighting the germ with the make their way These tiny little drops it. and into the system and how not depends Whether you succeed with it can carefully and good a start the germs health the patient way The shortest The gain is often re-fre- 1 orl-ou- McMtuf fi.oo I.oiisvil.l.r. city authorities the other day decided not to nllow tho fight between Murphy nnd Griffin, mid Hilly Thompson, who hns the affair In charge, has been notified of tho decision. Tns Methodists of Lancaster have commenced tearing down their old church, clenning tho bricks and hauling away tho rubbish. They will begin the erection of a new building at once, which will bo a handsome und modern structure. .Mini. Ciu.oitA Cook was fatally Injured while milking it cow at tier homo near Rochester, llutler counts'. Another cow plunged nt nnd reared upon the cow sho was milking and fell upon Mrs. Cook. Ono thigh bone wns broken, 0110 unit and nil the boncH in one hand. Her recovory Is vers' doubtful. At Hoonesboro John Holdon, who was acting as peacemaker to u fight between John Storm nnd William was hit with a rock thrown by Htorm, fracturing his skull. Hrv. D11. J. 11. Young has been reappointed presiding elder of the Louis-vill- a district, M. K. church, south. Tiik tobacco crop In tho llluc Grass section of Kentucky was not damaged to any great extent by the recent frosts. Nearly all tho early tobacco had been cut, and only tho late crops Tho drought did not were Injured. como early enough to Injure tho to any great extenL It will bo about 75 per ccnL of un bvcrago crop, but tho quality Is excellent. Tiik drought did uot injure the corn Ic any great extent, the hemp Is un aiernge crop, oats ubovo tho uvernge, and wiicat very nearly nn average In Fayetto and adjoining countivs. however, are ruined. tt'll-bur1'us-lurs- s, Oats o. trailed . tt Ci t-- st U J IM HAYI'iima tn chftlf. TOIIALCO-Mrdllal (loodlr.f HUTTKK-sholcfdalrjf.. HjrNo.t silk ) . 10 rilOVIUlS- - Mess pork . .. Laril Prime strain. . tocnoifoereamrrj I'rim . It to till M CO tilt : i w n u AI'I'LK.s-P- er bOTAIOKh-ticrD- M libl 5 M a t YOKIC : t: 1 :t II ter than other, and enjoy life more, with Jew expenditure, by moro promptly adapting tlio world's t products to tho needs of physical being, will attest the value to health ot the pure liquid laxative principles embraced In the remedy, Syrup of Tlga. Its cxrellcnco is duo to Its presenting bt-s- SKW FLOUIl UllAJN-Whmt-No No. im:s JiATS-M- 2rnl .six Winter patrnt Inorth rn 149 O 7 STO f Ur trnlicd U oo C ?'( w tnrss fitcrn uiora 0 CHICAGO ttf ton IOtJn -- Winter KAIN-iiest-Na No. S Cblcafo spring s .... corn-N- o. pATS-N- patents.... red... .. .. 1 at LAIIU-Mr- sm in Mixed. rst I.KW II' 1 to afisi S4 lattty, HALTIMOItll FLoyn-ram- iir OfiAIN-Wbtal-No. INOIt) M , 4 01 b 10 Corn Osts-Ml- ied LAItlJ-IIoOned. ,,, quality ., TORX-- Mr CATTLE-Kl- llAa Western No. INDIANArOUS ORAIN-Whesi-- GIOiu am Ulll I ttiioo In tlio form most nrceptablo and pleasant to the tosto, tho refreshing nnd truly beneficial properties of ft jierfoct laxative ; effectually cleansing t'..e rystcm, dispelling colds, headaches r.nd fevcra and permanently curing coiiKtlpatlon. It has given satisfaction to millions ami met witli tho approval of tho nirdiVal profession, because It net on the Kidneys, Liver and Howels without weakening them nnd It is perfectly frco from overy objectionable- substance. rjyrup of Pigs is for nale by all drug-gist- s in 60c and fl liottlcs, but It la manufactured by the California Fig Byrup Co. only, whose namo is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and llng well informed, you will not accept any substituto If offered. LOUJSVILLn FLOim Winter patent dRAIN-Wheat-No. Corn .No. I mixed Oats No. t mixed, o rcd to fcl xaa r Ills wmius ill iisf. iaiiS. Rest CuukIi tyrup. 4 arte (iissl. Die in inn roia uraroi itts PI 3131 llilH-Pl- lW LAHD-Lts- tm POIUJ Qtu Mixed Melt ... - ........ , 5 :n a 1000 7(0 fM A. N. 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