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Mil - W OMf H1L I THE ESTABLISHED OUR HICKAl THB OLDEST NEWfJPAl II 9BOIQB WARMrT, IABl courier; .. - - Tv5s ; 1 PRINTING KXJEOUTMD V v .1 WITH KEATKESS ill IISPATCJL fy 1 SALE BILLS. lT iiSvi ; j i 'A a WBABN, t Editor. Assistant Editor. t envelopes; . IK' WESTERN KENTUCKY. . "WTW J, i Trio f Subscription, 91.00 5. : 1850. JIIOKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Ens-lan- d fx BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, letterheads, , 8, 1895. VOL. XXX. NO. PROSPECTS 52. CJAXjIj J ! yOVEMBEB-189- NOT. :tojTe.WclM ' ' 1 : Ml fit JL Th Speed and Coat Consumed by Some of the New Warship. Tho kllnn.apnlls Is Itat.cl tho Iniln' Mar.liip .Sllml-- lf 1'imIi.mI Mi Ian M.Ur 4 o;.1 Knoli-t- hf llaltlnior lnltatrilaiau.OftOKaotiaii Hoar. " ... i o 3 : : I T&$gjtf sf JnlrftvrtirWift i .&& Wasiiisotox, Xov. 4. Adm. Ramsay has collected some exceedingly Interesting figures on tho ordinary cruising performances of the new warthlpi 28 which will b sent to congress by Secretary Herbert In his annual report, and which may lead to some decision Tne Manufacturer' Record, of Haiti-mor- When Appropriutlnnaare asked for new addressed inquiries to members vetMlsof high speed. During the past of congress In regard to government year the admiral has required all comId to the Nicaragua canal and ha manding oflleers to report to him tho replies from lis, of whom 0. rate of speed nnd the coal consumed on strongly favor Mich aid. every,,, voyago .made and tho results demonstrate wonderful bursts of speed - i ', J'ipiitiikiiu serum U atiout to be which are productive nf larca premi tifactureil.itn.,, U um whu kjllft!fekylag;rl laus-- , ld5rOy.IbttUdimytr!r tripe! tff tMr will evaDlun great reconls aro altogether . loci "sr rieMket- ot i. m finch concentrated, and five timet meaningless as Indicating tho ralue of control The loss tno this tl nS"w ill. Befltf mciiL at .tuch vessels for every day naval uses. tho nelghWhood of, t20o,ooa 1 JtnYa- ti ttron p at hltllerto used. s , The new figures do not In any manner gino and supply of hose on'ttapjla" TtKnt.tK U to hare an loduslrM exhidetract from tho capabilities of train has just arrived from .Springfield, ' bition next year which. It It thought, the racing cruiser to develop Jiloomlngton lias been asked for aid, will attract a large Herman attendance. high rates of speed for short but has not, as yet, responded. With Tliero will Ik an Interesting feature distances tvhrn emergencies occur the aid of the Springfield men there like that of "Old London" at tho lat that warrant the risk of forcing and arc hopes that the LlnA and Hcruggs exhibition at South Kensington. straining the machinery and hulls, as, storo may be in part saved. for Instance, when S'.'S.OOO a quurter That firm carrleS nn insurance of Tiik enormous extent of thu forests knot is at Utile or an enemy is to be 5102,500. Tho opera house was Insured and nUo of the lumber Industries of Intercepted or avoided. Hut the statis- for only S23.O0O. There was no comthe northwest Is Indicated by the fact tic collected show that the figures pany playing nt the opera house Monthat this j far Washington will make customarily attached to such shins, day night. shipment nf lumber aggregating 400. even in olUchl publications arc entire The Springfield fire department ren . 000,000 fret, I50,GOO,Or.O fret and ly misica.-JingTho crasser Sew York, dered valuable aid, and shortly tcforo is rated ltrltWi Columbia 40,000,000 fceL Anil for Instance, lu all 1 o'clock Tuesday morning the fire was there I no danger of (ha mpply run-nlt- otllclat publications as a ship. controlled. The lo-will be u'tout From August, lt95, to October, lbDS, ;oo,ooo. short the best run sho made was at the rate A Ct.UT.rvi. estimate of the Florida of l.'i knots per hour, which was from THE SENATE. orange crop I 100,000 boxes which U ICiel to Oravesend, a distance of flU Itrpabllran Mill .Slaka No l.tTort quit a drop from the 3,000,00) boxes of knots, at the close of the canal celebrato tlrffatiltA It. . the season of Hut tho new tion, burning 137 tons of coal. From Ciiicaoo, Nov. ft. A Washington spegrowth of tree In doing exceedingly tlrarcsrnd to New York she made II cial to the Ksenlng I'rcss says: well, and ought to lio producing again knots, burning SSJ tons of coal for It Is pretty definitely settled by rewithin thrco year. It It predicted 8,03 knotv but her avcrnge for the publican traders that no attempt will that five years hence the crop will be year was about ten knots. bo mado to organlte tho next senate. as large a ever. The Columbia, ru'ed officially at S3.H To do so would neccssttato a combinaknots from New York to Southam-ton- , tion with either the populist senators Omr hundred miner hare returned made lift knots and burned 1,320 or those senators llko Jones, Stewart from the Yukon river with la tons of coal for 3,313 knots. While re- and others in tho silver ranks (old dust and nuggets This confirms turning under orders to make a record It is now asserted that the repubthe report of the geological kurrcy in she accomplished IS knots burning lican leaders have held recent conferAlatka that the precious metal ex'lkti I .V.3 tons nf coal for 3,1 12 knots. The ences In Now York, Washington and there In aylnjr quantltlo. 'Hie seats, Minneapolis Is generally, and no doubt elsewhere and have decided that It which have lioen a mine of wealth ertr correctly, Wlleved to bo the fastest would be Impolitic to make a deal with alnce the purchase of the territory are warship atliat, if pushed. She Is either the populists or the silver men ld to Ihj practically rxhauttcd, hut rnted at rt 073 knots having averaged to secure control of tho uppor branch more valuable inlneajet remain to bo that for four hours between Cape Ann of congress lu the coming session. and Crpo'r "cr opened up. speed the past Without tho support of theso senawas 11,3 n have, made republicans will 6sr. of the tnterettlnj; klyhl nf jcar Norfolk toknots, Yrl on run tors tho tuoligh tu control not senNew from strength tho Vkhlti;ton jut now U a kvnator'i The llalllinorc rated "t 20. CM knots, ate. wife riding about on a bicycle as Jaunt- flagship of the China station, presumaThe understanding seems to bo that ily aa If she were a girl Instead of a bly had some hurried orders during It will be more beneficial to allow matwoman of kcTenty-threyeara and of the Oriental excitement, yet her to drift along until after the next nearly 300 pound wclcht. 'Iho wheel highest recorded speed was 12.7 kuots ter national campaign before action Is I batlni" luimrnto vogue at the nation- when she burned lit tons of coal going taken looking toward the control of al capital, where tho anphalt pnve 112 knots. tho upper branch of congress me nta Invite tho pleaure, and where lu the opinion of naval experts she -everybody, from kupioinn jukllv to w ,lnlr? nt imt brr forsl, y el she de- - win ritrvt srnniattit hona pace, rldrk. veloped less than It knots. Jackson, Miss, Nov. S. In the suT1.0 CMcMgo W4 not In troort condi- premo court Monday the decision In Tub contract for one of the largest tion last year, and has now Wen laid the case of Will I'urvls vs. the State, electric freight elevator In the coun- up for two year' repairs. Her record was affirmed, which means that I'urvls try was vlokcd the other day by a la IS. 10 kuots, and the Lest sho did was is to suffer the death penalty. Sprlncileld (Mbks.) company, It bavin? 6 7 knots It will be rtmemberc 1 that Purvis a lifting ca(acity of 10,000 pounds. It The I'hiladclphla, with her record of was convicted in Marion county of bewill bo placed in the sturehoutes of 10 071 knots attained a maximum of ing a whltccap and of murdering a uno of the blj electric railway of Chi- 10. 'J, while tho Newark accomplished companion who "squealed" on the cago, and Is designed to lift an entire R.7 knots Instead of her rated 1'J knots Rang. car at a time. This I one of four reHe was sentenced to hang, but The year's record for distance run ceived In Chicago, two being freight was hold by the New York with 17,018 through tho carelessness of the sheriff, and two Nisrngrr. knots to her credit, the Columbia be- he fell through thatrapof the scaffold ing next with 13,440 knots followed by to the ground unharmed, the rope havIIocklaM), Me., ha a freak in nat- tho Detroit, 14.491: Machlas 14,430; ing slipped off his neck. Tho sheriff ural hUtory which certainly a most Marblchead 13,770; Castlne 13,701; and refused to tho man and put marvelou phenomenon nf Ita kind. It tho Concord 13.101. him back In jail where he has been for I a talking canary bird which king One cruiser In commission bears the two ycarv articulate entencc mj plainly that distinction of not having moved during Ilia Ituslnrss 1'ortlnn llnrnril. the veriest stranger can understand the year, the Monocacy, having been III., Nov. 5, At 3 III.oomi.niitov, every alnglt word. 'Ihis wouderful tied up to the Hand In Tien Tsln since o'clock Monday afternoon flro broko bird Is owned by tho wlfo of one o( September 0, ISO I. out In the town of Anchor, this county, men and Ilockland'a oldekt butlne and in two hours tho entire business expert accountants, and learned to RAILWAY WRECK. portion of tho place was destroyed; talk without any tpecial teaching. Twentf-Flv- e or loss 30,000. The fire spread Into tho KlUrit and Two Mhecllnc, W. Vs. Thlrljr lujtirnt meadows aud standing corn north of It announced that Mr. Vander 1'insnunoii, Fa., Nov. 4. Two perbill's Income w 111 shrink $30,000 a j ear sons were killed outright and twenty-fiv- e town, and is still burnlngand with the high wind has gotten beyond control. when her daughter Is married, but tho or thirty passengers were injured The los In the fields may bo very satisfaction of having a duke font wrecking tho ClnclnnaH great as tho corn area Is almost unlimwould fully compensate her for by tho at Elm llrovc, near Wheeling, on this. Ever since the arrival of the tho llaltimoro .t Ohio railroad at 10:20 ited nnd It Is as dry aa a powder horn. duke of Marlborough In this country Sunday morning. The dead are: Water Wnys Commissioner. Mr. Vanderbllt has made hi former Mrs. Hare, not yet fully Identified. Wasiii.oto.v, Nov. 5. Under auwife itn extra nllowance for hi grace's llarklcy, parents lire thority of the act of congress providIt la whispered In Child, named proper entertainment. Wheeling. ing for a joint Canadian and United this will cost 8100,000 rscluslse of the Thu accident was caused by tho wedding and Mis Vandcrbilt'a trous- breaking of n llango on the combina- States commission to Inquire into and report tho feasibility of establishing seau. tion car, which caused tho derailment deep water ways between tho great meteorol- of that car together with two coaches lakes and the Atlantic ocean, tho presMr. No.vaka, the Toklo ogist, who proposes to spend tho win- and a parlor car. Tho cars derailed ident Moitua; i!riicd James 0. ter on tho top of the sacred mountain turned completely over and were badly liangrll, of Michigan; John l Itus-sel- l, demolished. As soon as possible after l"u J I, has had a hut cooktruotcd, and is of Massachusetts and Lyman fl. preparing to take It up tho mountain thu accident a relief train was scut Cooley, of Illinois as American comWheeling with doctors and the missioners frcm pIecomeal. His wife courageously upon accompanying him nod Injured passengers woro taken to the KylvliIolter I'oiinit. slinrlng all his dnngcra and dlscom-fort- hospital. Tho accident scorns to be FitANM.lN, O., Nov, 5. A letter has Old rujUan, with its 13,305 feet ono of thnsn kind that Is wholly unaof altitude, no longer hold the crown voidable, tlrcat excitement prevailed been found, written by Sylvia McCabo in the Ticinity for a lima after the ac- to Will bchneffor and rtnwt July 14, in Mount in the empire of Japan. In Formosa, I 12,8m) feet In cident. That no more fatalities oc- which she upbraids him lOjT WA ntlng cornn curred seems to be due to a kind prov- to leavo her. Implores ,hl height idence, ns tho wreck wns one of the back nnd eloea""vfitjv3S)i Sojik patrlotlo cltlxen of I'retcott, worst of lis kind that has occurred In "I wish I could die.""': Av. MMratl ter sco you dead than married to JR totber Aria., In lauding his town and state, this vicinity for many years. girl. Plcaso corao down and descanllngon the wonderful riches Ilrtitnt 1 Move. night. of the region, declared that even the Vatkiu.oo, Jnd., Nov. 1 Two bold building of I'retcott were. In part gold. Ijoss Larger Than First lleportetl. lie was taken upon the assertion, and thieves stole a valuable span of horses Portsmouth, O., Nov. S. Tho dey from n farmer living southeast of this a bet resulted. A few days ago nn of tho Star brick yard by win made of sandstone being used city. After taking a road wagon and struction In tho erection of some new buildings, harness, tent, butcher knives and an flro Saturday night proved more of n and the stonu showed II per ton in overcoat, drovo but ono mllo away, loss than at first reported. Tho tlireo Mr. Tur-legold nnd twenty cents per ton in silver. where they stopped, killed one horse, engines aro totally ruined. tho manager, "places tho loss at Wayne, It wouldn't pay to mine tho buildings skinned it and drovo to Forthldo and 523,000. No insurance. Tho origin of of l'rescott, but tho boomer won his where they disposed of the tho flro is still a mystery. escaped. bet. :252G27 13M 15 10 ill1220 2122 23i 29 00: e, .. CONrLAQRATION. Herstnr, III., Vltltnltijr a Dlisilrnnt lllsii-Ilia tlira lllmisn antl (Itlirr llaslnen IIousm In Itlllll. DCCATl'll, III., Nov. B. At 7 o'cloclc Monday evening tho Powers opera house was discovered on lire. Then tho Indications were that there was only a small blare, but ovldcntly theje had been a long start before tho blazp was discovered. In two hours 'the opcrn house, erected five years ago at a cost of almost (100,000, was totally destroyed. Tho Utiles found iliolr way through intitho basement of the FIsk furniture storo adjoining Hnd' then Into tho atoro of tho Mun'it Scruggs Dry tloods and Carpet Co. J,t 11 o'clock there seems llttlo prospect of saving anything in that block. Tho opcrn house block was occupied fay, Whitley's drug store, Kcuk and Wag land's cignr store, and Durfec's Impto ment house, tho M a cotf "County Ab stract ana ntiq.t.o. "AiHsWlng tne h Isu furniture i siov4 m- and bkk v us. JJj' t' J vt(CP' J Jty , &ti 5 (I t. HOLMES GUILTY. The Jury Required But One1 to Reach That Conclusion The I'rloiirst Utstd anil atnnn1JS the Jnrr Mas Iltlng I'ullrd An API" Taken Ilia Comlrmned Speat ha dav ltaadlacstad Hrltlnf. Nffv. 4.- - Ilerraa labettcr known II. JJolmos, was fcatarilay night victed of murder In the first degr killing ltcnj. F. Pietzcl in this" eft September 2, 1891. The jury D but one ballot to reach this d Tho Jury rotlrcd ot 6:45 o'el tho conclusion of Judge Ar charge. After tho retirement oi jury from the court roomthf tors streamritout imo thoprn nnd mm Piiilaukm'iiia. Mudgot, or, as ho tn1 ilUfltltfaHil mm 1 m within the next ten days. !n this connection it is also stated that the administration officials now seem to be' satisfied that tha British foreign office will not take as deter- ynincd a stand as the London papers for the past two or three weeks ha,vo indicated. postponed until January. Tbc Information wti Bow.ixn Grke.Va electric road was ven ont Monday tbat neither ril-- ( a nave land nor We Mmkr7 hU opened with great eclat; Tho ladles bad'cUnrre of the cars th first day. a ut now Dtusarti XAMir.R Camii'kv, who was shot atlcrelaUosM jjSheTlf Coulter', at Danville, OraUfcJBrlUln wl Mat-official- boundary Dllpnte Aatlcluatad. KjCmcAoo, Nov. 3. A Washington spe- wmi tu ne evening i'rcss says: ', It was ascertained from state department sources Monday that Secretary Olncy does not expect a reply to his Vcncnielan noto to Great Britain NO RUPTURE t Diplomatic Relations Batirsra mu ins unlta States Orer tb Veneiaela KKNTUCKY STATE NEWS. Ar Morchcad tho grand jury returned an Indictment against T. A. Dav, Charles Day, John Fryo and Floyd Waddell, four policemen ol Morchcad, for the murder of James Slurgll. Stut-gl- l was killed UiiTe on April 30 while resisting arrest. TlIK residence situated near Montgomery and occupied by John Gaines and Thomas Wilson, was destroyed by OF PROTECTION. conir-,ore.I- TWr HA.prabattiyji I; to. JUilfO " tw ready tore(u?H t Ouu if s vcr as he took W si. at. ordered Holmes fo arise, a tnen, In reply to the question of the court, tho foreman of tho jury pro nounced tho words "Gulity of murder In tho first degree." Tho verdict was greeted with absolute silence. Tho charge of the judge must haro foreshadowed what his fate vrould be, but tho word guilty fell upon Holmes with stunning force. He made no outcry or exhibition ot emotion of nny kind tho blow was too stunning for noisy outbreak. Ho sat down, and, whllo tho jury was polled each man answered to hi name, and as each pronounced Ids' sentence, Holmes started vacantly as v ,r risoncr was ffHMK n the uocK. .AtssaSBBBw- brought!. lie tvCs asl bo-fo- re I.dr ISM-DI- kl o 1 g 1 r' .r son-in-la- ss the eyelids and the contraction and dilation of tho eyes showed that there was a living breathing man that sat la tho docks. As the effect of tho shock begau to die away. Holmes began to recover himself. He realized that his attorney was making a motion for t new trial. The judge said ho would hear tht motion" for a new trial on Monday, November IN, and an expression something llko hope broko across his dull face. Turning to the court officials ha said In an eager whisper: "Monday, November 18?" These were tho only words ho tittered. Judge Arnold then expressed to Mr. Ilotan and Mr. Shoemaker his appreciation of how difficult their task Ho complimented them had been. that they had been ublo to make as good a showing for tho defense as they did. He Intimated that their with- drawal from the case was a device of Judgo Arnold then the prisoner. ordered tho prisoner removed. Kvcryone actively identified with the Holmes Ctrial, which ended fysurday creMng-TrrTOconviction of. Holm, for tho murder of Pietiel, was glad when Sunday came, and took advantage to rest nnd recuperate from the great nervous tension under whlcli they had labored for a week. District Attorney Graham said Sunday, as to the granting ot a new trial, ho did not think the court after having heard the. argument would do so, ns there was nothing upon the reconls ot the trial that would show an error sufficient to warrant such a proceeding. After the ordeal of tho trial the quiet monotony of a prison cell was welcome to Holmes and he spent Sunday apparently uncouecrned by tho death sentence which hangs over him. He is still In the untried department but w HI be moved over with tho convlcti The condemned man's appetite Jakes but llttlo of his attention. Ho still maintains his air of injured Innocence nnd reads and writes when not absorbed In thought. No visitors were allowed to sco him. Sunday, and Holmes himself strengthened the prison rules by stating that he did not wish to see anybody. Jcsslo Pietzel Is still In Philadelphia In churgo of the society for tho prevention of cruelty to children. Mrs Pietzcl has left the city and nearly nil of tho commonwealth witnesses have taken their departure. Mr-nda- hlra. Ills face was that of a corpse. It was as absolutely expressionless as a mask. Only a nervous twitching nf lican national committee from the west, northwest nnd New Knglund, have been called In to report on the view a of their constituent. It Is reported that Mttssru. Gorman aud llrice have tundo overture tp Mr, Aldrlch 'for an under evidence.- - ,. " ? tt 'f.tflu & ITW mSrTBi Ml srm witi rtscuTcr, initinuinit. uy which the minority sfcastld NwSiM4ftwAsiSt iinwmtiMMi ,, . ..... -- .w..v J.-f eoiirg tho omcr . , K ilaln over a good ralu falling, the the- majority should bring up the rev- j cign policy. When they fcive the presby rylspute. They taxes-obeer nnd checks. Thcjldency they Insist that It Is the duty firijTW' thrcn months It comes In enile by that tne auegea time to ave the wheat recently sown. journal that prints thla report Mtates of all good citizenx to uphold the policy tho United States wilt reC."ffr.'parthquake shock was felt at. that this suggestion wns fatorably by of the administration whether It Is lor rclationsbetween theUnf: right or not. When a democratic presflow ling Green and lasted about 43 garded by Mr. Aldrlch, but rejected and Venezuela aa to the tho western republicans, who will ident Is In office tho republicans Intra rl- boundary! eliminating tho eastern seconds a tax on wool and on inctullio nhly find fault with everything that is A tost OFrtci: has been established t Venezuela from British frontier ores. done, and everything that la not done. at Mnyton, Owen county. Gulnla. Wlmteter may be the truth regard- They invent numerous stories of official Tiik uibst severe earthquake ever ing is well understood, however, that It this and itn should theldlsputo be attempted to be felt In tint territory occurred tho treatment,specific proposition presents misconduct or neglect, comment on the story certainly them in a Pharisaic spirit, and when other morning'at Scbree. It began settled by force of arms followed by tho occupation of the territory claimed with n shock, whlcli seemed as If very fairly the situation, especially ns. they nre contradicted make arrangethe houses from their concerns the republicans. The demo- ments to put other falsehoods in circuby Venezuela, the United (states would wrenching feel Itself called upon to defend the found ttintis The undulations contin- crats, having lost their majority In con- lation. The republican pretension to suMonroe doctrine to the extent of its ued north aud south for fully a min- gress, are powerless to enact posltlvo ute, with a swlnglikn motion. Ualn legislation, nnd their responsibility Is perior zeal or ability In protecting tho ability. limited to the duty ot the president to national honor is purely fictitious. The followed. THANKSGIVING DAY. tatw th" Kenpriil situation of affairs Mom claim, which originated 25 years P.AnnSTf.w.v had two distinct shocks A Proclamation hf the I'retldent of the of earthquake. There was a steady and to make appropriate recommenda- ago, slumbered tinder republican adUnited States. rain falling soon after, which breaks tions. The situation is simple enough ministrations, and was finally settled WAsmKQTon, Nov. The eoatomsrr There will be, It is now pretty certain, this year by a democratic secretary thaDxrglvtng proclamation was Issued bv the the drought of months president Mcradajr, as follows: Tun court of appeals rendered a de- n deficit in the revenues for the current of state. Numerous other righteous deA PBOCXAMSTtoa BT HIS rBESIOKMT OF TH cision n few days ngo in tho mandamus fiscal year, but It will be so small a per- mands of our citizens against foreign VMTBD STATES C. Bryant and others centage of' the available cosh In the countries came over from republican Toe constant soodaess and forbearance of case of Capt. J. Almljhty Qod, which have been vouchsafed to against Gov Brown. The iuilgmcnt treasury that, so far as the ordinary administrations after being left unsetexpenditures of the government arc tled for yenrs. Outrages on our vesthe Amerlcaa people during the yeir which Is of the Franklin circuit court Is afJust pnsaed. call for their sincere acknowledge- firmed. Tho case was brought by concerned, It will be of no importance. sels by Spanish vessels were more nument and devout gratitude. But the regulnr expenditures of the merous during the Cuban insurrection To the end, therefore, that we mar, with Capt. Bryant on behalf of the various thankful hearts unite In extolling the living military companies composing the Sec- got crnment do not produce the only de- from 1868 to 1878 than during the prescareer of our Heavenly Father, I, Grover Cleve- ond regiment, Kentucky state guard, mands made on the treasury. Of far ent one, nnd were less vigorously treatland, president of the United States do hereby to compel the governor to approve greater consequence is the requirement ed. On the other hand, Secretaty appoint and set spirt Thursday.lhe SSth.day of to maintain tit par in gold the largo Gresham und Secretary Olney have the present month of November, as a day of their accounts for services In attending volume of currency In various forms gone on without any tableaux or red thanksgiving and prayer, to be kept and ob- tho encampment of Instruction and Inserved by all our people. spection held In the fall of ISO. Issued by the got crnment, nnd amount- lights, quietly Investigating and setday let us forego our usual occupa The governor refused on the ground ing to some $800,000,000. On that For this pur- tling the troublesome questions that tions, and In our accustomed places of worship on the encampment pose the gold reserve must be mainhave arisen, nnd protecting the honor Join In rendering thanks to the giver ot every that attendance good and perfect gift, for the bounteous re- was not "active service" for which the tained, and that can only be done by of the government, The honor ot tho taxes or loans. Fortunately tho au- government and of the people have turns that have rewarded our labors In the statutes authorize" pay. fields and In the busy marts of trade, for tho It is now said that thern is a chance thority for the latter is ample, nnd tho suffered only from the slanders that peace and order that haTe pre tailed throughadministration is bound by Its plain have diffused assertions that the demoout the lsnd, for our protection from pesti- for tho completion of the Richmond, Bcattyvlllo it Irvine duty ns well ns by lt.i rcpeuted pledge cratic party is incapable of a vigorlence and dire calamity, and for the other Nicholasvillc, btenstngs that have been showered upon us railroad to the town with- to use that authority to the fullest ex ous foreign policy. from an open hand. And with our thanksgivin the next year. tent requlrc"j)for the protection of the What mnny, of these people mean by ing let ua humbly breech tho Lord to so In Pi.Uiivim.k reports apples selling at country. Nor enn that authority lie a firm foreign policy Is one of brag and cline the hearts of our people to Htm that; withdrawn bv a 'hostile congress so bluster, of the spoliation of weak na fie will not leave us nor forsake us as a na- 10 cents per bushel. tion, but will continue us to tali mercy and Mikb O'SiM.tVAV. of Poplar Flat, long as the executive remains in the tions, while truckling to the strong, of protecting care, guiding us with rectitude and has been granted a pension. present hands. support given to freebooters and adven virtue, and keeping alive within us a patrlotlo HofKtNsvti.t.Bls talking through the The question of affirmative leglsla turers that are willing to divide tho love for tho free Institutions which hate been given to us as our national heritage. long distance 'phone uow. tlon as to either taxation or revenue Is spoil they mny procure with professionAnd let us also on the day of tbauksgltlng Cot.t.'MliL's Piir.t.t'.s hangs at Bowling not, therefore, a pressing one, though It al patriots In office who lend them specially remember the poor and needy, and in very clenrly tin Important one, which countenance and support. This la not by deeds ot charity let us show tho sincerity Green November 8. Urpukllcin t'ongrms Will llo Some Tariff Tinkering. For some time past consultations, partly by correspondence nnd partly pergonal, tune besn going on between republican leuder nlwut the coumo to bo pursued by the majority party at tho approaching session of congress with reference to the retenue and she In these consultations Senator Aldrlch, the - recognized republican fire. Loss, JO.000. L. &. N. TitAixs are going to carry chief In the senate In regard to all such questions and Mr.Iteed, the next speuk-e- r weather signals. of the house, hate lieen engaged, Tjik Kdticntionat association to be hilo promlnen t nicmliera of tho repubheld at North Mlddlotown has been cur-nnr- y. the FOREIGN POLICY lURM. J f Democrat Have Fought All War ? with Foreigners. The report that Mr. Cleveland will announce a firm foreign policy In his forthcoming mesxnga Is probably trim Hut the Implication that the foreign policy of thu ndmlnistratlWM not hitherto been firm Is not'wtlfteeVby " -- or It 1ms happened that an 'unusual . number of International qtteatlons hat arisen within the last year, and (lit i would justify the giving of the matter frreater prominence tharr ban hitherto lieen done. But that the president designs to depart from the old policy ot "pence with honor," and the avoidance of all needlena complications with foreign natlons.whether strong or weak, will not be bellevecl ekett tepea sttreet tho facta. t t t' 'l 'V wmmimmmmimHmmmmmk ! &. last-name- d at ouf irrihtltiKln. 1 ftaim and raused the aeal of the United State to be amied. Done at the elty of Washington on the fourth fay of Not ember. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety five and In the ono hundred and twentieth year of the Independence of the United States. (litovin Clkvelikd. tly the president: Richard Olmt. secretary of state. .iimi Field's Kansas City Kngacement. TRf KANstsCrrr, Ma, Nov. S. Eugene Field had beon booked for a reading at the auditorium in this city Monday evening. The demand for scats to hear the popular poet has been remarkable and a crowded house was assured. Mr. Field has hosts of friends In this city, especially among the newspaper which ho was himself a member several years ago, having worked on the Star New York, Nov. 5. At a meeting of the New York Press club held Monday to tho widow of Eugene Field by Joseph Howard, the president: "The members of the Now York Press club desire to express their heartfelt sorrow at the sudden death of Eugene Field, and to tender their condolence to his afflicted family. His work will be an ir Vork Tress Clnb's Condolence. night the following telegram was sent enduring monument to his fame." SroKAM:, FOUR LIVES LOST s. Mot-kun- g, Id An Early aiorntng; Fire In New Tork 0100,000. I'roprrty New York, Nov. 4. When tho smoking ruins of the sweat shops In Pelham trainmen, including engineers, firestreet, which were burned early Sun- men and brakemen, stuck to their day morning, wero searched, It war places and trains were running Mondiscovered that four lives had been day night, although somewhat delost in tho blinding smoko and flames layed. Thrco buildings wero totally wrecked Steamboat Sank. and a conservative estimate of ths MF.MI'lllS Tenn., Nov. 5. Tho Joe y Peters which was running between 1100,0011. damage places it at The position ot tho bodies taken Memphis and VIcksburg, sunk twenty from tho ruins and the horrible condF Ilea ihjiqw inis cuy aionuay. a 4 Ion In whlcli they were foiled sbuiX was master, fto Uvea were j...:: how terrible had ltecn tho .strUircUi f na juicacu -- .,jteAf- - rci3( s tHBOC-.IH. unfortunates for me. at " "liift V. "iiiWTI---rf-rvvTI c rf-a KtrWIess their fig'at ueforettr .riliiii&M ,&Urchased MP-- I, Strike on the Oreat Northern. Wash., Nov. 3. A strike has been ordered by tho American Hallway union on this division of the Great Northern. A forco of 25 men employed In tho machine shops and a score of carpenters walked ouL The i. it i'-'- ullica near Lester. Tiik courtof appeals has given an in- teresting construction of the separate- coach law in the case of Fannie Quinn, a colored woman, who sued tho Louis- illo antl Nashville for damages be cause insiilU-t- l uy a drunken wnite passenger, whom tho conductor had al lowed to ride in the coach set apart for colored passengers The court of appeals holds that the law was meant for protection against altercations between 3 the races, nnd that the railroad Is responsible for the offensive conduct of n white passenger allowed to rldu In the colored coach contrary to law. daughter of l'OA.ND. the Mr. and Mrs. II. 11 Foster, while playing at her homo near Kusscllvllle, tho othrr morning, fell into a tub of scalding water and was scalded to death. Tut. post office at Ollveton, Morgan county, h.ts been discontinued. At Lexington Capt. Almazan Chiles, the well known turfman, was stricken with naruhsts some days ago and is in a serious condition at his home In this city. Wiiilr out hunting along the Slain Licking river, near Devil's Backbone, W, J. Taylor, of Fleming county, was accidentally killed by tho falling of a n tree Mr. Taylor was a prominent of Fleming, 70 years of age, and was the only living male descendant of President Zachary Taylor, with tho exception of his two sons Two hundred hands will be given employment at the Wickliffe chair factory next year. Tiik Green Ilivr Herald knows of an apple tree that Is bearing its second crop of the season. Tiik liquor men of Plncvillo hnve selected a whisky barrel as tho device for their municipal ticket. Paiitimioes are said to be scarce in , Marlon conn,ty. Iei;v Ripok people claim that crick- 'Hjneating up the sweot potato com-paneft-ize- Ul as-a- y, Tub electric current Is now successmotor for fully used a a street-ca- r miles and distances up to twenty-flvIt is thought tho transmission of power can bo extended over dlstuncca much greater. The methods and apparatus for long truusmlsblons have, nl ready been thoroughly tested and it Is asserted there will be no difllculty In covering 100 mllea. High olectrlcal presauro is nccessrry for long transmissions to keep down the cost of the line, alnco the amount of copper required to in cot given conditions with tho Increase of the vo't age. Mns. Maitr Okken, of Newark, N. J., Is said to be one of tho most remarkable habitual drunkards on record, fjhe has been arrested and lined or Imprisoned more than a hundred times. Hhe Is nearly 70 years old, Is habitually clean and neat lu her attire and ways, o Is out a trace of dissipation in her countenance, and I scrupulously correct In all her morals outside her on of lapse Into liquor drinking. When on one of her spree the will only allow herself to bo peacefully arreted by an nfllcer In uul'orui and when politely accosted. fine, healthy-lookin- g woman, with- Italy Orange Crop Short. Salo of n llallrontt Afllrntcil. Coi.UMUt'B, 0., Nov. 5. Tho sale of Washington-- , Nov. 4, In a reprt ' tho Btata department, Mr. Frank A. the Columbus, Sandusky .t Hocking Dean, consul at Naples, says the orange railway was affirmed by JudgoSmalley nnd lemon crop of Southern Italy for at Ilucyrus Monday morning and tho this season will be less than that oi reorganisation of tho company will be 181M, or about of the aver- accepted us soon as the bonds arrive age crop. Ho says the trees nre still from the cast. suffering from tho effect of the extreme Financial Crisis Passed. weather of last year. London, Nov. J. Tho oillco In this city of Ottoman bank has received reTho Jovernor nf Kentucky." FttANKMiliT, Ky., Nov. 4. Comedian assuring advices from Constantinople Crane Is hero sketching nround the regarding tho financial situation In city for a now play to bo called "The tho Turkish capital, Tho advices say It Is believed that tho crisis is passed. Uorcruor of Kentucky." - , Tank Deuipsnjr'a l'tiniiral. Conductor Shot. An Offtr lrom Wnlerbury, Ct. Erie, Pa., Nov. 4. Conductor r.lch-arPoiitlanr, Ore., Nor. 5. Tho funeral Wateiuiuiiv, Ct, Nov. 4. T. II. Barnett, of tho Lake Shore auil Hayes and Itobert McUrath, of this sorvicesovcr tho remains of Jack Uump-se- y Michigan wero held Monday morning at tho Southern, was very danger city, offer a purse of 530,000 for a meeting between Corbott and Fltzslmmons residence, und wero followed by pub-li- o ously shot by a gang of train robbers services at St Francis Church, Sunday night. Barnott was approachThoy stand ready to post tho araouct with any representative Now York where requiem mass was sung. Fully ing F.rla from Buffalo with his train aim man on the signing of an agreomenf 2,000 people attended tho services Tho had his head out of tho window watch ing for signals Thrco men rushed to fight within ton miles of this place. interment took placa at Calvary cemeupon tho train ami fired. Burnett wis tery. tho only man shoL Tho ball tore Three Consisted of Murtler. Oldest Aotresa Deail. through his skull, but emtio out. lttr-lioSrAitTAJiSinmo, 8. ft, Nov. 4. Ed Worccbtkii, Muss, Nov. 5. Mrs ISreen, Fanny Civrson nuj .1. L Pago hns been a conductor u great tho sh t Sunday were convicted of murder, with Iltichel Cantor, thu oldest actress In many years, nnd It Is tho recommendation to mercy as to America, died Monday night. She was Intended to square p au cU was born in Is 10. More by ins of the gang Carson and Page. two-third- advance of tho llames I'fKtsrua'li,1 raucs The cargo ine tnreo uuuaings iook e.o, h.u alued at $3,500, ' floor to floor as though their walls ha Tit Election In Pennsylvania. been soaked in kcroscno and all avct. ues oi escape were quicKty cut on. j Pnir.Ai)EMiiiA, Nov. 8. Tho ballot No ono knows how many persons ing In this state Tuesday will be for a were In the darkened sweat shops state treasurer and seven judges for when tho flro started, and even yet be- the newly created superior court. Tho neath tho mass of charred dobrls thero candidates for stato treasurer are: Remay bo lying the bodies of homeless publican, BenJ. J. Haywood; demoand friendless tailors who had found cratic, Benj. F. Meyers; prohibitionist, shelter fo? the night within tho walls William P. Berry; populist, George W. Dawson; socialist labor, Geo. Anton. of the doomed buildings Death of Eugene I leld. Half a Uoaen Injured In a Itlgt. Chicago, Nov. 6. Eugene Field died New Casti.k, Pa., Nor. 8. A riot occurred at Ell wood City about midnight ot heart disease Sunday night about 10 Saturday night and at least a half o'clock at his residence In Buena park. dozen men were injured. For soma Mr. Field was the brightest of Chicago time past the employes in the glass journalists and one of the sweetest wurks and thoso In tho tin plato mill singers among American poets at that place have been on the out?, The funeral will take place Wednesono man from each mill got Into it day, Eugene Field, poet and journalfight Saturday night, which wound up ists, was born in 1S30 lu St. Louis ot In a free for all engagement between New England ancestry. His father, Iho two factories. At one time there Boswell M. Field, a distinguished law-yewas one ot the counsel of Drcdg wero no less than thirty men engaged In the melee. The fight' continucJ Scott In that celebrated slave case. from 11 o'clock until midnight, an.l His mother died when he was very soveral persons wore very badly use-u- p. young and his childhood was passed In the care of his cousin, Miss French. Several arrests will be made. d y iucro without reference partisan alms. Whether the majority willdeul with It In that manner remains to be seen. If Senntor Aldrich'a post- tlon be correctly reported, ho at lenHt niUHt bo credited with good senne and public spirit. If nu agreement could be reuchctl by which two such obviously fair, propel nnd economically collected taxes as those on beer nnd checks could "tie secured and currency legislation In accordance with Mr. Aid rich's sound views could also lie it would be a most happy event. But If the republicans tire going to on no added rev enue except through flic of protective tariff duties, they will simply show their folly, for thoy will vtnste their energy In the vain pin stilt of it policy wrong in ltnelf and sure to encounter popular disapproval. It Is to misrcml nil the signs of the times to Btippose that the American people wish or will tolerate a backward step tow aid protection und especially toward duties on raw materials. Even If they were not, ns we are entirely convinced that they arc, dlBit'oused of the error they so long cherlrihed ns to the virtues of taxing the materials of industry, they would still be utterly averse to opening a new jicriod of tariff tinkering, i he country is gradually, but with great energy, moving tow mil renewed prosperity, und the prime condition of succor is the grentest possible stability in legislation. Business men know what tho tariff is now and can make their plans accordingly. If it Is to be changed, If the direction taken Under the direct nnd linpeiatite mandate of tho popular vote is to be reversed, they cannot know the immediate future. 'I hey will ngitin be plunged In doubt nnd uncertainty. Their foresight will bo bafilcd, their calculations confused, their energies hampered. This is why we are convinced that the policy attributed to the western republicans is to the last degree foolish. N. Y. Times. il eWlTitv sportsmen aro after PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. ue arsr ivcr in .Missouri. Iowa republicnuB nre now admitRovvuso Green Is to have a poultry ting that they ore compounding felony. show November 27, 13 and 20. aro either very The Iowa republic-linFaI! m en's Ch ristlan chu rch congregaconfident or scry badly scared. .St. tion is building a handsomo stone Loula Republic, church. The new cotton mill opened ut Mns Mart Bf.v.nolds weighs 303 River is "the largest of its kind lu pounds She Is tho largest woman In Fall country, If not in the world." And the Hardin county. , it Is opened under the oiierntlonsof the ItAMiiTfl are sclllngat 81.20 per dozen -- A SNAi5r.wHllJ,Uli;teeftraltlc.wJ ihoulrJacdelt vviUtJltatell-emanner nnd to itUot.ivllf.v.Mic)v-T.B4stJt- prove. has acquired has been obtained tinder democratic auspices, unless we except Alaska, and even that was purchased after President Johnson and Secretary Scvvnrd had broken with the The democratic party republicans fought the only wars we have had with foreign countries since the ndoption of the constitution, and won them. It la n gross slnnder to say of such a party that It Is incompetent to protect tho tountry's honor. But these charges coine mostly from men whore ancestor! and political predecessors were against the government in the wars of 1812 and 1810, IV f all Ihv territory which n- 1 Louisville Courier-Journa- l. THE PRESIDENT'S COURAGE. Always Heady to Declare Ilia Conviction. and to Fight for Them. We have seen in the marvelous career ot a firm and brave man how popular is political courage, and how loyally! the people follow resolute leadership. More conspicuously than any of out generation has stood forth one who has had strong convictions, with tho courage always to declare them anil everyvviicre to ngm lor inetn; wno nan achieved success by character and abiN ity, notbyofllcesorofllce-holders- ; who, In the midst of factional discord and! has confidently relied partisan abuse, on an uppeal from faction to the rank) and file, and from the partisan to the! people; who has stood for his prlncli pies without compromise, and fort sou ml policies against heresy inside on outside ot his otvu party; and who htu Impressed himself upon the people bes. en use they believe that he stood steads fast for the public welfare, without re-- i gurd to jtersoiial or political connes quences. Ono of two familiar incidents lnhlsl later life will illustrate my meaning; Tho campaign of 1888 "was about to) begin, In which he was about to be for reelection. He had givers at Claysville. Jaiiiet Haymk.s, a centenarian. A Marshal county, Is Wilson bill. X. Y. World. The McKlnley tariff was a cold Hustonvili.k citizen-- In cleaning out his cistern found. (X largo wat; snakes at tho bpt.tomWT Vf ."" . ' to a tin plnte industry. The Wilson tariff is a true parent, under the fostering cure of which the tin plalo Louisville Industry Is prosperous. .Courier-Journa- l. The Ohio Is shJ6lUnIontoi coar tun that tne old workcS,' Tinner wiorn , thoirt premiums Tiik Columbia Trust Co., assignee of Bamberger, Bloom .t Co., Louisville, bognn the other day the work of in voicing tho stock of the firm and straightening up the books. Serious Spl.t the A. 1. A. o Tiik U. A. 1L posts of Kentucky CoLUunus, 0., Nov. 3. There is a seto raise money sufficient to put rious split in tho state organization ot tho grounds of thu confederate cemes American Protective association. It tery at Perryvllle In condihas resulted in tho deposition of the tion. state president, Dr. Charles a Wllda-siA I oct'ST trco Is growing tip through D. T. Bamsey, ot of Sprlugflold. of Peterson Bros' store at state execu- tho floor Tho Interloper is already two this city, a member of the Benton. Wllda-I- n tive committee, says President high. was deposed by unanimous voto of feet Tiik Whitley County Fair associatho committee for his attempt to use as follows; Joseph 'the order In politics He sajs It was tion elected officersW. E. DeliUtiey, M. found that Wlldasln attended the re- fiatllir. president; vlco prespublican state, convention at .anosvlllo J. Huffman and Nick Daniel, secretary aud and offered the support of thu order to idents; C II. Kcetou, treasurer; Walker Mason, assistant several candidates iccrctary. pro-potfirst-clas- r, and thousands bed Is being bushels aro being taken out dally. The Hardin county fnir association has decided to abandon the giving of purses for trotting tund pacing races. The money will bo used as stock, etc, Mr. McKlnley Is lu trouble. If he talks tariff there is tho business re vival under reduced duties If he talks state affairs there is the astounding corruptlou of the late legislature. There seems to be nothing for him to do but to shout for free Cuba. St. Louis Beaver's nail mill at Bellufontc, whlcli shut down under the benign operations of tho McKlnley law five years ago, is to resume operations, giving work to ono hundred and fifty men. They won't have so much protection as McKlnley gave them, but they will have more work, more wages and more bread nnd meat, Pittsburgh Ex-Go- PosL It is announced that Gov, McKlnley wants mi early convention. Very naturally. The strain on the governor In his effort to keep the Issue ot McKlnleylgm to tho front and to keep IiIh cv'ch aud mouth shut uu to the silt er Issiiu must Ittfttcry great. But n con. vcntlon curly enough to beat suit the gown nor would necessarily hate been held about two jcurs ngo. N, Y. World. the country an honorable and sjecess-- t ful administration; a democratic vlcH tory seemed certain. The one thing! needful was not to raise new questional nor disturb existing conditions. Bo) prudence and timidity suggested; ax party leaders aud associates advised But, disregarding such advice, Clever laud Issued bis historic message in De-ccmber, 1887 a bold challenge lo wealthy, powerful und favored Inters. csU, but it trumpet call marshaling the Intelligence and patriotism of thu country to the consideration of thai most Important question of a genera j tlon, which politicians and parties had) hitherto feared to touch. That mess sago was not the product ot political expediency, but ot conscience, convio4 tlon and courage. It led to temporary defeat; but It gave his party new llfoj und vigor, made him ita trusted leader Immeasurably raiBcd the standard of politics, and finally won the hearty sup-- ) port of the country, giving to demoo racy Its first opportunity since the wax for Important constructive legislation, Again, In lb91, when the free coinage ot silver was imminent, and polltlclanaj especially would-b- e candidates fo were reluctant to declare president their position, Cleveland, with characs; terihtio coutnge and directness, de- nounccd "the dangerous and reckless experiment." Ills party was badlj split upon the question. To many hi) action gave great offense; by many more It was thought to be political sui citlo. But soon the (larty made hlnti ngaln Its lender, and under such leaders, ship won a notable victory. William E. Russell, In Century. It Is announced that the Piatt ami Quay decree: "No more Ohio menI puts Allison out of the presidential posNthilltlc. He happened to lie bom in that statu und hh lovui history i Insufficient to redeem him from thl4 ban. Chicago Chronicle. . iie .itfXiltufc 14 qui iUi.jj, -- A .. t- - -- . -- it; jtXK "fcj JPWPT n -- AT f "i K .nBr".Vrfp' A?J.VJl.'fi-- - THE HICKMAN ti'iit COURIER. mm Jftywsw,1pyr-'VCTWsoinjMM'tCTn- ' jtM3a (M W win mz.'WVMn&rm- - DIVIDED, WE Sweep FELL! ! TOO CLOSK TO 2:E ItXM.THV. Council Procoodings, Hickmax, Kr., Nor. 1, 1801. Pitunell mn In regular nemlon. Prr cnl Major Plllmi, ('ounclluieu Con till Smith, SanJorn and Helm. Tho mlniilra of thelail regular mttllu; rtid, approved and signed. Th following account! more rrcnltd propi-rlprocl, wlilcli on motion wero nllowi'd, nnd ordered leaned forllio wri'niiKMnwin 1UGIC.UA2T, ICY., . prmiay : : : : NOV. 8, IS5. Rsjleans Everything The Vicinity of Cliarlentnu, 3Io., the Most .Seriously HuYctetl by the Recent (Junke. " SfetlG Tho Clinrloston, (Mo.) Domo Wo soil the best vrr 12.00 Kersey Pant mil do, lienvy nnd nil wool. A FT Kit the republican congreBB You Can tint Itliilto n niiitnko crat tclln the following concerning lots heen in cession a few months, Kentucky with tho Rest. the Into earthquake: will loot; demoiimtic. pruapt-elninnunt! 'From tho foot of Long Praiiie much blighter. QtS.rsO Genuine Scotch Kereey.i Double weight 12 moutlis wear II. I!. Millet, for amount paid for ex Mississippi Mono is Domo-- . comes the Rtrnngcnt stoty. Three l.l ft5 Icudlui water norit tunnel, FouitriCKN smtcfl wero Bhnkcn ers. mile!) south of Hcrtrniid, covering Ouo of its Strongest Points Is Itq I 10 ('. 0. Smlili, paid for aln-o- l uork, up by the earthquake, ttiRt week emtio. t, a territory at least ono mile In 4 fid J. II llrnnn, lor liimlxr, mimI every ono of Him fourteen Vi K'J hundreds of uionnds, rangStrict oiy roll to djf, JN THIS USB HllllkH it gilt lite hottest cud of 1,80 A. Vi'. I.lniNay, con. on line, Tho elections nfTunsriny result-c- d ing in slzo from six inuhca In cirtflS.OO Hair lino CneBiinerco .liild IMouk Twill Uhevlota wotlli Oily Maribal, It, C. Millet, prrnled t lie '.pinko. Il'ikcfl Kiscuitn In I Minutes Light Itrend In 10 Minnies. in sweeping Kepnhlieun cumference to ten feet, compoROil $1.00. bis report for month ol October, ttionlnr, of wldto eund, were of Kcotiomlcal Cooking. mciihu it in all the States, oxocpt entirely amount enllooted on linen $18 00, and on Uiiylug u ".MnoRtlu" Thk h. & N. n ml N. 0. & St. L. thrown up. In their centers are laxea S27S M. Toial J'J'J.I.UI, for whloli rulliimris luivo purchased tho MiRHiHiilpiii mid tlioro tho Hopub-- I 4'iill nnd Kx incline TJiimii. You'll ISuy no Othrr. depressions nnd their formation atnnnut he filed Treiuror'e recclrl. Tenuessoo Midland road from i cans mudo no light. In variety, nud worth moroUlinn wo nik. Tho Cily Treainrrr preeenie i liU report leads lo tho belief that thoy wero Moin.ililrt to Porryvillo. n distance for mnulliof OotolxT.iliiiwInt; auiount Ohio goes Republican liy tho formed by water rushing from the It is thought tho if l.'Kt mllos. of It. tl. Millet on Oeneral Fund or 1 10.000. Penn- earth. Tills theory ie borno nut Niishiillc. Chattanooga mill St. small majority Acrouul, $283 35. Iteo'd of W. U Mo by the Taut whllo not enough rain Men and Boys $1.00 to $2.50 Cmclien 182 6U. Iteo'd ol Tom Dillon, jr Heavy linod nnd double lowotljfn Louis innil will operate U as a sylvania by 150,000, Sow Yuri: fell to put a half inch of water in Supt. of Cemetery, $88 Vi. Total $301.10. thiiiugh line to Momplus. r0,000, MnoBnclinsottn 40,(100. Now barrel under the drip, yet tho Ily orerdt'll Dot. report, $ t 30 l)y am't of ckeck paid, 337 80 33A.SC Kvicky ilny of prosperity under Joihoy 10,000, nnil Kentucky and tlelria wero wntcrnoukeil and Overcoats for Men nnd Uoya 3."0aud tip, n Demoerailn luliniuistrntlon Is a Maryland topplo over tlm lino and oven' ditch In the neighborhood Dal lo credit Orn. Ktud aoeouni, deadly stall at Uejiubllenn chances go Republican. was llllcd with rifnuliiK water. N'hMif,o lu City lull ur Oolltge llond next year. Tho exertions of llio this aoovnnii. In Kentucky the exnot result Is Tho pumps in wntor ucghboihood wero roiitiiujr ciihunlty howlers nro fruitless to for llfteen Mado to measurement, Fit guaranteed. Trices low, 1 aiunplo edOn motion, Die City Clerk rai Inntrncl lo renew tho Insurance on Ihe City change the condition of llio timeR not known nt this writing, lint miu ut ea after the iliaturhanco hivl books to select from. Hmh IUII properly nhen llio preteot IntiiMiico ami they nro greatly perplexed ly thero rnii he little donlit that tho pnased nway. Tho wnter onino i explren. Dealer lu llio utiinlstakiiblo indications of ontiro Kepobllcnn ticket ie elected up from them with bucIi forc.o v.-- -On motion, the Cily Clerk trta directed liualucsa revival. that n man e.uuld not work jtlte Id oollfy Mr, 1) !) tlryant lo ni.iidr bi with thopoaelbUlty that the Uonso pump hnndles. C. U. Mljleirbf: for rha Council elibir In pereon or by V DRUCS. MEDICINES. PAIHIS AHD DYEOTF4 in sniit tlmt at Pikov'.Uc on of representatives Is lost also. proxy. ndrinonld hlmiclt a lenaau inni neicuuoraonu, wob .1 ,r.- at will of ie oily aa lo nn alley b haa the Tdaythnt Mc.Cronr.v ami Mr. The Republican pnL'ern claim yentordny, nml vcrillca thl iULL3.1XE NO DEALS. a Till STOUH l'KOyilBT TALKS; j1iiifiHllirfiTAf UkUU "-'!.. .1 ... lhlVH.......A "'"",l'" nt iiir i aunnincr Ihroujtli lile.froirlT lu HICKPIAN, KY, ftjiifiiig, .v v f n. mnu covonior. nnoke. then, wiirn ISlV, f it inn ' 1 at. depiil. brlk, RailroadMayor an " " w II bo ovo th mid Will Allow DoriocV He Hellrics Cm M HfVks Tella-Wha- t -- v,vw aim ine ueiiincrnuc papers none m rCTfincll. th'v ujjWiBV pertfoiifl In line on horseback, - Control the Senate. palnltnpM. Iloloot, It. M Melhenr and PRESORIPTION3 CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED, wild two liraHS bands. Uverv generally concede It by several things that occurred unless? .th6 Rceent Kartliiianke.Vr" rt ilpard or Kiiuliiallon lo with their own eves IVl. i:amit precinct In I'iko county had a thousand. . Kveu if tho Demo bco themtho Ulg Near Like bridge, a" Concerning the cam-- of the Senator Quay evidently spoke mrrl In the Oily Hall on tbe lir.t MouUy company, nnd most of them had cratic ticket should pull In December, lfc08, lo perform the ilullea through mile or so north of town, two largo Hugs. Tho demociatR of great seismic disturbance, How Irl for li!i colietgues when, during hi na required brSee. 'i7, Art I ol Ihe Charier for riliri of Ihe Hfih elite. several of the adjoining couiitlea nn the official count it ill ho by holes iu tho ground, neither larger tho weather prfplict, said recent visit t Kow Voik, ho stnted .nan On moltoo, Ooiiaclltarn Cowglll, Fiulth Joined in tho demonstration, anil, such reduced figures that it seen a enver hall dollar, wero It. Hicks, DKPOBITISI) WITH yeatordoy murning uiug the to n St. Louis Chronicle reporter; iliat the KcpublicniH would moke and Helm were appointed a committee lo us no uoiiso would Mold tho ciowd, amounts to a grcnt Democratic confer with tbo County Judge will) referartesian well act. Thev had nev the people wero addressed in dofc.it nnd Kcpuhllc.111 victory. "It was not uncxpecl'd. inn, no deal with ho Populists to con- - ence to pultluj-l- n a eewor frori Ihe jail to er been seen before Tom Dodge Irout of tho court house. , thc , , ,0MSJ of C()ngrcs.s Ibe rlrer Tho Republican papers claim and Mr. laws, who Ilvo beyond sec" continued tho prohVor, pjolc- adlourned. . . .. , (In mMlnn thoW.Ootflall firieiitji, 0. C. '. nig up ins ISOo almannr, I prtdiet- - . A. T L. Mi Dun's weekly review of Iradn Bradley's nloction ns u great tri- tho lnke. sny that similar holes ".ming aioii.f in.i.cuuai Allot, .lis- - P ntntPH that retail trade generally umph for eound money, assorting were made in various places iu cdall kinds of atmospherical Tvro Live: Savod. liirbanccs for thc last tvo weeks 5ll 'vepublieans, vi.o arc in ouch with Inifi bcon helped of lato bv tho w tlie leading boiiton of their party that every voto cast for him was their neighborhood. i.M ..... i.i cool weather and that with ini"i Mro. Phoebe Thomas, of JuncAGAINST JIOK LAW. for sound money, nnd that oao tho'enrthnnak-- fMlowiil as a!"1 "if1 ttonlito.! the prediction of creased consumption by tho miand 111., was told by her Comes back lo yon or yours with moro dollars ndd.d to it, no mutter llions the wny for better buRinean half of the Democratic vole, moro lyanii benator, but now tion City. natural consequence. It U always ,0 how long you live. A Policy in this Company nut only securen The Legislature ofOoorci.i will g he spouo bv the doctors slio hnd Consumption nud they admit will bo clear. Lowor prices in or less, cast for Hardin, was for certain and sure protection for your loved ones in tho uvent ol in all probabilities put tho Atkinthat there was uo liopo for her, The prograninm at present iron Imvo brnni'lit out poiiio im'if you will look over your files yout early death, but uko provides a fund for your own ti60 bhoiild portant contracln nnd the niljust-moi- sound money, nnd in this view of son plan for proyoiitlng lynuhings I think you will find that the suae ,8--t" lcV:e thc 5waat?1"' tll? halu but two bottles Dr. King's New completely cured hor you need it in old age. of piioca geneially to rent the case, how inimitably small is Into effect nt once. A bill carry- conditions nrevailid Jti-- 1 e Discovery niocn. jho nejiuoii-th- nud she siys It saved her life. l.rnr toul uw Instead of imaginary conditions is the voto for fteo Mlvor in Ken-luck- ing out llio Governor's arnres. rim,ot. "IP". Charleston canhninkc, loliow-- . fan fittt o tionshas been introduced nnd tho Mr. Tho. Hggers. 130 Florida St. IT WILL PAY YOU lo investigate the plain of this progressing rapidly. Payments Apply this oatno view to i ,i . .1 'uoiiso witnoui inc mil oi euaer uio San rmusiscn, sunered Irom a i , nil the Ompnnie, and KD. it. KLMSOX, Agent, will aid you iiuinvi.iin thiough clearing hnuuea for the llio other States, and what a poor sentiment of tho legislators seem uil tt iliu v.iiil Jk iil ..;...anit.. in any investigation that you may wish to make. to bo strongly in its sapport. ilroutii, or when there hits Ivcn n1I.0PI,,,? or 'l? W.wt "nntO". dreadful cold, npproHOhlng con mouth of October closely ap- prospect exist for tho tentioii nt sumption, tried without result " success of Tho burning of n negro nt Tyler. lack of atmospherical ilitiirbaiipes.!01"1 "" " proach those of tho beat year in w mmiaie wi n citner. any freo coiuogn candidates iu Tex., has had tho effoot of emphaover.vthing else then bought one history. "You see, the earth is covered sising tho necessity for prompt ttftt It 111 of ntl tf ki pores aro Vir ' ...HIV IMU m lbri"l'll.MMl, '.. bottle of Dr. Kiug'a New Dia-c1800. , 4 rojiiiliaU and two SrKAKiNa nf the proposition lo very ami lu two weeks was The (JouRiKli lino no heart or action toward eliminating thepos- - tually closed and there i" no outlet Dcmnonit-restore tho tariff on wool, PobL siuiiuy oi moii niw in ueorgia. " the .Senate, a cured. He Is naturally thankful. for the terrestrial electricity. ";"! vacancy master General Wilson Bays that inclination to Indnlgo lu comment Govornor Atkinson's plan is ro totni ofo and n cxitii It Is such results, of which these or criticism. Democrats may 'Mho American people aro garded na tho moot practical yet nally a lot of this electricity got in D.ilmmm m: oe iirnltilitv are camples, that prove the won wealing better woolen clothes may abuse one Bide or tho Ptiggcflteii. it 13, llrst to give the together iu one place nud, lne o be filled by William A. Dupoiit. Acrfu! e,1,cau !'."8 m,0,,fci"".1" :..iii,Tin "" I Iw........ more of them nnd at cheaper other ns nt fault as much as they Governor tho power to removo at magazine ol powder, exploded, nnd iniu ...i.. VUh ucpuLliean. It would take iJ bottles at nil. T. ninu. i.rnn Drug prices tlinu ever before, nnd they may, T. 8 WAYNB'a omio nny ShcrhT or similar ofiicer the earthnunko followed. Uo- but tho facts remain that who faila to protect a prisoner Senators to organize, nud tho will not sanction any effort on the "Tho electricity iu such cases lu Store. do not believe part of n polilieal partr to In- whilst Democrats glory in the his charge; and second, to mako seeks moisture, nud as at Onirics iiublicnii advi-er- s crease the price of woolen goods." discomllturo of Democrats, tho tho county wherin a lynching oc- ton, tho greatest damage was along tlmt thc future imlicies of their cituinixo foitx. HABDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HAHNESS, ETC. This much is ceitalu, tho wool Republicans win overythiug, and curs respousiblo for tho lifo and the water, so in this ease the elec- partv should be etuLingered by duties will not be restored while they will probably 'as long aa responsible, in money damages to tricity sought the inoiitiire of the mixing with the Populists or the Tlie unusually large crop of corn OLINTON STItBKT, HICKMAN, KY. Mr. Cleveluud la president, ond thoeo next of kin. Thoro is no silver men, will uo doubt induce many farmers tho Democrats conld desiro their Democrats war upon Democrats. doubt that many lynchings have Mississippi. to make thc kind of haste iu haropponents to make no greater How can it bo othorwise! occurred through the direct colA Seicre Wlntrr Prcillctod. vesting their crops that in the end Have Yon Got a Boy? lusion of the Sheriffs nnd othore blunder than to attempt to reTlio cubbing ol means wnte. store tho wool datiOB nnd go to whose dnty it la to prevent them. Let us fit hi in out in one of our FULTON COUNTY VOTE. Col. Sim Mullicau, high sherlfT corn is a more important matter -country next full on that issne, Efforts thnt have been made to Combination Suits with 2 pairs of as Itss connly. Is the weather. ,, , the ntgbpst Market IMcn will bo Paid for iJeef Cnllle. S of , ofu;I ; inc. Tlie following la lbs Tole of FnPon prosecute tho officers in their Pants and Cap to match. P.!?pSf .ior .' '.. "I?1 ynl Corn thnt I.eaU iu the crib is sure Tiiu Republican press, eoyi the county, us r i liettJ from. Tbe official ' homo counties linvo mot with IIaltzkh tv Shaw. tuts State, lie is the truo exno nfhcjns: lo1- and every bad ear MHnn IlwWfr, TO aim rnHjr hIII n1fifa-i(n6wHUT. ytKtistn DOlit Ot tile itic.ilt. ni Om m.rr snowing tlieir rears that Demo- pole publication la thlNolit'f5r.Jij7ioo( niiuorm laiiuro. If ther know believes lhat A rRACTICAL S WOES' I OX. none, nnd foretold all of tlio many sKiils itH neighbor, as certainly ns liu: cratic prosperity will deorive liielur that their olllcinl bends nro in danblizzards last winterseverul weeks docs a totten apple iu a barrel. ntCKMAN 2 rnECINOTS. them of that cinsH of vo'era who On the subject of good roads the before the flrst one dropped down The farmer should be certain that For Gor. HsrJIu 311; BraJley 103; ger of prompt decapitation, tliey In their icuorauco coucertiing the will bo moro inclined to do their Il.iv St. Louis J'dio contains tho tins wny. Col. Sim suys tho bono the corn is thoroughly cured tint) caiiRO ortheileprpsuiou voted Ll Got Tjltr 3W; AVorlhtnjioi C5. duty; nnd if tho tuxpsycrs of n following: in Kranco all carriages li expets to keep tho country After beginning cribbing. ngainst their Democracy thinking fc'cc'r. of Suic lisle 312; FJn.llor M. county Reo tho probability of n pays a yearly tax. ranging 9.60 to puDtetl with his winter! all white, that push tlie work as rapidly us they wero responsible for the Hint Scntf Elmore 301; WUHngbtm mg iianmge suit Btnring them iu 10.50, according to tho fcizc ot the nr.d this means a winter of tin. po?iblc. panic. A recent editorial iu a It inut be husked, tho face they bo For Stijlit 307; Klrby ou tho side of will nudmore active vehicle. Moreover, not a bicycle isunl severity, filled with bluster- cleaned and thoroughly sheltered leading republican lnw order. ing Morins nud with many cnowo crnwflslica a b follows: 'It seems IS; Dodioo M. from tho weather. Tho leaving of ll.nilUIIAKAN, J. J. 0. nONPIJIt ANT, It. L. AI.KXANOKR, can go ou the road until the tax loieiuperscd. This prediction is J A.rilOVTMXt. CAYCE. likely that itepuhlican majorities on it has been paid, winch amounts in noooril with that of Dr. Fore- tho silk ou tho corn is like olleriug J.W.Al.BXANDEIt, Judgo C. U ttANPLK U. n TIIHELKKLI). It is current nniong nged peo-piHsrJIn 112; Drlley 0; Tetip 37. this year will bo smaller than iu to 1.93 a year. Bicyclists in this hand, the enzo of Logan, who n premium to mire to take up their that tho children of TTler8fi; Klnoro 85: Spol"hl 74: KIrl.r 1891." Wo nro confident that 04; Wllllngham 03. know as much as tho men know country would be glad lo pay a rendi the corn sliiickn and flnds aboilo in tho crib. Jlopkiusvillu they nro right and we feel that II. BUCHANAN, rresldentj J. J. C. IlONIH'nANT, Vlr.Pre.Uel, B. I, AI.KX-ASASSAFRAS RIDOE. in the 'past when they wero grown- dollar a year on every wheel if by (.em thicker than usual this fill. Independent. there will be a Democratic tidal UKR, Cat trier; W. M. ItANULC; Aelelanl-CiMer- . that means they might have roads Of coarse this moans a lain; nud I Hnlln 3S Ilradlor lOr Pelili ft Sr,tlLt up. Thla is truo, wave that will sweep tho entire nnd the Allnntu they could rido over with case and ery covere winter. In addition "It's an iii wind that blows 38; DtfJion 10; Kirby 3. country in 'UC. Constitution very forcibly argues pleasure. It would not he unreas- to these prophesies the chipmunks nobody good." During tlio prevaMADRID BEND. Misaonri exchange pertifUrcto 18; Uralley 2; Slight IS; DoJ. that to this fnct Is attributable the onable at nil to tax every wheel a and woodcocks have already lent stage of thc rivers everywhere nently remarkr: "Has anyone on 2. javouilo monsters of nud its tributaries It dollar a year. Carriages ought to nntured mid nro ready to kill. the Miflais.-ipp- i made nu estimate of tho number 2 I'RECINOTS. FULTON says: be taxed, too, as they arc in France This -la a neor failing sign of a included, all steamboat men have of thrcuhliig machines, i.iurAciitnKiu ur cklkiikatkb For Ooernor lUrdiD 248; Uradler 80; uipak- winter. Theso Tacts ourIiI HtifTcred, but "Wo eccm lo bo entering a now era on thc cmitrniy there mowers, cultivators and other Peltil 2.J. of crlmo In uhlch youthful rourdes rival Theio aro o many of both car- -' to be omnipresent warnings to tho has bien general rejoicing among For llfprcnlallTf Srflgbt ICO: DoJ-so- n veteran felons In tho atrocity of ibeir ringes and bicycles in our prosperfarm maohtuery that will bo left prncrnstii.at.og housekeeper who tho railroad men, aud also the coal 73, Kirbj 04. deed. ous land tlmt tho road fund thus tins con) or wood to buy. out in tho storm of the coming It Is n natural plcwo of oiirctriliiallon. created would bo miners. Tlio mines nro all dry LODGTON. winter! Sheds cost less than amply sufliciciit If our liny a and gt. I are to bo allowed For OoTpmor Iltrdlu U0; OnJIrr machinery and now is the time to and coal ts excavated in larger to make good highway? everywhere u.e rreeJoin oi grown poop's e iuut ex-P. H. Dklankv, ii New York pnt everything that will not be For I00" lliea noloulym dieili. ij!i with very light taxation to real es- inventor, hai patented n telegraph (pinutities and in less timo than for 8icisl,t CO; Do.l-o- n by Iholr prcccaicite virtue, but used on the farm nway in a dry In addition to tate owners. 00; Kirbjr OfKl. nppnrntiiB whlnli does Its work im a number of year.. alio by Ihrir ilrn and orlniM, plnce. Wo nro boasting of our 'JvllBiaied role. Bw.fi an hglitniug. Thousands nf this thc railroad men do not have Aa A rulo, tbc cacphonul crlmlnala groat corn crop, how many thons-anDli'llTllEKIA CURE. Hardlu'ii majority In Oils chillrcn wonls aro ticked off n a iiilniitn tho steamboats io compote, with in buihela of it will be wasted Drdly, 653; over Pelllt 681. rcualy orer amongtrained in an- not ihosa who hi7r teen ho oil fashioned way. and It Is clnimod letters can bo transporting tho coal that is dug by way to mnko this winter! Tho Mr. T. J. Hatchor Bnya that rosThey are boys an I ilrU who have been Si'oljU'g majority farming pay Is to treat it like any Klrby 'J63, nnd hl In this county over allowed loo much liberty. Children who in nnd tar inntlo iu n poultico and sent by tho invention almost aa tho ton every day. Tlio railroads nnjorlly lu Hlckuiin read bid buotii nnd nMnolatea are capable Cheap ns by postage. Tho de- havo a monopoly, nnd it N estimatother branch of business. The oounly the neck, gnrglo 210,ecurs Ids oleellon by 03 uf any derll'e work bctare ihey are out applied torod pepper with a loliow-c- scriptions of tho machine, which ed that they have done more busi first requisite is common senao, of strong tea, of I heir l(t;ns. has been tested with satisfaction, ness in the Inst six mouths tlinn the second energy and tho third majority. by alum water, will cure the Uoya and glrla who are lironitlit up In Returnt Indicate Uio lrot!on of T. J. for nuy ono year previously. frugality, a combination of the worst cone of diphtheria ever seen mnice it piniii and Bimnlo. fniulllra are threo will make it win every time. Ktmorr, Uemocrni, for Slate Kenalor, by a nel likely to I heir parenti or rout and ho says ho An editor lu n small town in speaks from exboadaomt mjorily. The IlnwoHvlllo Clarion Is their playmates. Ilhimlri, after having boon to his perience. Stanford Journal, Hero is n problem taken from The criminals of tho fnluro wilt come for tho statement thnt tho first bnll. gave hlmnolf up to tho froia the ranks of the children who roau nn escliniigo tout our mathematical Coming r.ml Going. THE 2IISSISSIITI JJ1VER. wh rl of society: and this is how it Ohio river la no low it Is not extheatrtola nt ulghl and nhnore nllowed fi lends may try to solve; nflected him. "We nro lu tho pected to live. JOIH W. COndILL, . rrtVt. CU1K. DAI.TZKU, I'tn'l, lo Le masters a.nd regulalcre of Iholr own iu c. juiott.'i, tv ur. negroes stolo a shoIc of apples nnd The Kentucky court of appeals miiUi of tho season for partlos, The waterways convention held morals mm LhdiH," Ocn. OAsairs GlAy'ij slxtoou asasartj i A 1VV" W&B bid them in n barn. After they Inst week In Vicksburg will be of n caee, gi ing a negro lancing, mirth and fostlvity. The year old wife, whom ho married If this is true concerning bQyo, lias uccnleu had retired ono of them conclud importiint clToot In scouring from says me uoinmorclal Appeal, can woman damages against the Lonis- - ectneu nair or ttio liorsu travels about n year ngo, In now attended ho would get up and tako his ;rry over too intestines or tho. ing a tllstrlct school near tho not It bo true concerning- aula. vtllo cc IsuhIiviHo llatlroad sharo. ltd conutod tho apples congress tho appropriations no eat, evouing innsio to wlilcli Clay tjuuilon. Bhn gocn to school A uoy ol l. or 10 Is ei usUsViiul b'cc.'msc.a'hito' man, in nnd found ho could divide them to llio. completion of tho cstray; blue roiirmMkCAr.-iuuu- L Jmpatlent feet trip cni'y-WUto arc clrlafc"l equally py throwing ono away, improvcmcnla of tho Mississippi " i angtiagevJi-tOirth. her who la over eighty other lia'nd, io which ho did. After he had 20 ue river and tho other great Western liable to toiuptutln'n. to aiari.rj'jTi t A yonng mnn rccontly rotnnni a'cnrsTlfjifcc. nnuthor wont for tho purpose waterways. There wero 400 dele- iniormation, nnu are titey so fedenrl court in Kentucky strong to resist ! The movement awarded damages "against the roi Ho threw 0110 away and took one-thir- d gates, representing twonty-throirom college was nsslstlut! his that would tako them from hqm'o. in two cascb to negroes liecau Eucklln's Arnica Qalv:. 'at her in the field, whore, lustend of the remainder. When lib Stntcs gone tho third man came, ley nnd tho whole Mississippi val- mnko them "independent" and thoy wero compelled to rido in ajpf ubiub uio uusiomnry tjeor' The llett Slo Ii. the world for Cut, viuh HURI'I.IIN AVI IIN2VI(ir.l PROFITS flt.OOO. Druleea, Bores, Ulccm, llhoum. Keror throw away 0110 and took one hankers, they included farmers, coutnmliinto tholr natures by lot- geiiarato coscli. Tlio fedora' c (irt'v Jlnwl" ho addressed tho old Sores, Teller, Chipped Hands, Cblihlalns, congressmen, seuatnra ting thorn como in contact with Wo offer the most Liberal Accommodations ,.)'residont initio in this wise: "Abau Corns, nnd nil SWIii Krupilons, ant pos Solicits yonr business. third of the remnlndor. Whon and business men holds tho of to our Customers Consistent with Kstabllshed they awoke in tho morning neith- Tho proceedings wero nil kinds. craft nud lust, is ono freighted tho Kentucky court of appeal don tho direct nrosression to tho itlrely enree Plica, or no pay rrqulred marked by alouo with woo to bji inanity. Dunking Principles. It Is cuaranli'od to nlo perlcct at Uf acer told tho other what ho had such enthusiasm maintains such a law is uecesar) thitherward, nud devhito by tho nnd nherunt dextrnga-lio- tion or money refolded. Price '28 por done but they threw one away and assurnnco Hint aa to givo will ns a police regulation. T. T. Swatnr. IIEIIOE.S Or .SMJiOH. into doxtral Incident." The box. For sale by divided tho remaindor equally. grant tho requestscongress in mudo the 0. IlALTZEIt, K.T.TYIiKH, M. II. SHAW, II. I). BREVARD, old mulo nwoko to notion, and now many appioa were In the eiiok resolutions, and wo may now look The oecretnry On receipt of n new lot of when tho dust of tho Shiloh cleared a wny, mid FAIU8, W. A. SII liCK, J. W. CO WG ILL. A. A. at tho beginning!" FOR SALE. forward oonlldontly io tho time Unttlc-flclAssociation desires smoked tnngiiou, n facetious gro- tho mother hnd gathered up tho A WAHniNciTON dispatch to when the Mississippi rivor will bo the name, company and regiment cer announces ou placard at Ids ftuguionts, tho old man viewed tho Sew York World Bays that so controlled tint rivor commerce with permanent poatoftluo ad- door, ,'A fresh iuvoico of choice tho wreckage, nnd remarked: Ono half Intorost lu tlio Laclodo tho next presidential campaign will bo developed to the highest dress of ovcty man living who lickers." "Cnltego education nniy bo n good to will bo tho most expensive tho degree, and when it will bocoino took part in tho battlo of Shiloh Tho festivo honsofly Ib nbout thing for cities, but it wont do to Hotel. Apply T. P. Fouthne, ATTOHHEY-AT-Ucountry over Raw, and that "no a really great factor iu transporta- on April G and 7, 18G2. Tho sec- to die. but tho last mombeia of drive mules with." OfUce nver lllekman Hank. Memphis, Tcnn. man wlio can not command per- tion economy. Tho fact that retary hns many nriines, but not tho order iiossosa nn oxasnerat-in0m Kkntooky Hiokman, Or J. 13. Fuqua, Hlokmuii, Ky. HIOKMAN, KY. sonally or through Ills baukers at Judgo Taylor, tho president of tho over ono-hnl- f stickitlvcuess that is simply A Houcchcld Treasure liavo reported. least $15 000,000 need not consider Mississippi river commission, look When the rolls nro completed terrible. VINO renamed the practice of law, Will a'.lend proropily to all buslnem la himself iu tho race." Wo doubt, such nn active part in tho deliber- thero will bo n nicely Illustrated D. W.'Fullor, of Cannjolinrio, N. DioliH-'UCharleston, Mo., has n corn will give hi prompt nnd undivided trusted to hie care. eayB the Commercial ho nlwnya kcepa Dr. Appeal. ations of the convention, and was roster of tho r.urvivors published, cob pipe factory which gives em. Y.. sayH that attention to buslnpss oiitrutedtohil care In tho wneiiier (ins is at all overdrawn. in such earnest In Becking to fur- containing tho nnmes by s ploymont to it number of hands King's Now Discovery m. Tho amount of money spent iu ther its purpose, wna most and States, with a history nnd distributes many dollars house nnd Ida family has always COAL! COAL! our presidential 0 I o'c t I o 11 Is Hickman Marble Works, COAL! to cvory delegate. of llio battlo nud photographs of among the farmers of Mississippi found tho very best results follow our national disgrace. It Iidh Congress hna already tnken the tho loaders who wero in the batbo dealer in Its use; that he would not cobs, HICK MA IV, KY. coiiio to pass that dlraot and pos- position that the river is to be tle. Send all mimes to K. T. Len, county for nrrsnuRo, without it, if procurable, 0. A, STARE AHD FANCY GROCERIES, itive, corruption is the great power trcittod us a great national water- neiiretnry of Shiloh Ibittletlold Nnturo iu this region nf beau- Dykomnu, Druggist, CutsklH, N.Y. eukeka, in politics and all other iuiliieuecs way, nnd that point having been Association, Moiitiuello, III, ty nnd loveliness hns doiinud her snyn that Dr. King's Now DiscovTOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC, are of secondary and trilling gained, thero should bo little nntumn costume, and uo tailor ery is undoubtedly the best cough illinois lump, ITALIAN & AMSBIOAN MARBLE To mine money parties difUculty, now thnt a great organmado maiden over lonkod lovelier remedy; that ho hns usod it In his and ANTIIIUCITE KonuaontD, Tomb and Qravo mid candidates are Inlil under ob- ization of the vulley Stntcs hna It does ono good to bohold it; it i family for eight years, and It hns M T Bloek Is alwaya Fresh and Complete, In any (UontIllc deelrrd, ligations to those who can raise. been perfected, in aecnrlng for do nil lliat is claim- Tho extraordinary price yon Is nt ouco n poem nud n song, a' never failed to and I invite the p nldle lo come Stonca. money. Wo doubt whether there mo river its lines from tho gener- can net anything lu the Dry symphony iu colors, a dream in od for It. Why not try n remedy and ee m, ron SAI.R nva One lot of Produce. Cash paid for Country iri 11 country Iu tho world whurn al government. When that uhail Goods and Clothing line, I will linos. A walk iu tho woods Is n no long tried nnd tested. Trial HAVINfllnstocV Marble, I am preparly muuugera roij ro munli on ho done there will bo oilloa wliero givo you every ml van tu io tho best stroll in tho nrt gnllorloH of tho bottles freo nt T. T. Swaynb's PARIS & PARKER, pared to flit all orders. Call and examine old Isnd, Clinton Slroct, Witlingcorruption nud so little ou thero ate now only viragos ou its market will iiQord. my wijrk, Orders from tlio country will fairies, u visit to tho studio of the Drug Store. I'cgular size 50c. HICKMAN, KY. Hickman, t : : kkntuckv buuke. Oouiuierciul Appeal, to intolligence. -- w le promptly filled. II. 0. AMucna. gods. aud $1.00, e Tlio Best in the World ! Tho Best la Buying Quo of tftese RaagesJ .ECONOMY OF FUELL lllo-llme ex-ten- Tho Best vlo-tori- 84.00 and 85,00 PniiW Duck Coats Mackintosh. m THE OLD EELIABLK Suits (MAS. A. HOLCOMBE, SAHDEBK& SIOS3. t IwJ It T-- ;..-...- ,. , "v u).j ,.tt rt Every Dollar Q So-- Ii mm Life Insurance Co., ..J a I'nsy Toxl it '. ', l'lr 7r I"" o Fl.?'v" Wbl M IB. to-da- y n, u-i- J ..v Sh.aw, :m.3i: t Staple aad Fancy groceries, 1 rr J - nmw and hkbuhantb national hark, -- be-lo- ro CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. OF PIOB B9 journal o to-da- y N to-da- 1IIOKAIAN WAGON CO., the self-binder- ct (hem-onlve- e pf?wtt?rU d I d HI0DL4B' WAGON, HIOKMAN. KENTUCKY. noc-cssa- ry - ICKMAlr HIOEKAN, o S or' yga'TW'M'E'iT'''.'"''''" JeLOp KBNTUOKY. tlejrrd, .j? Paid Up Cajsitnl $40,000.00. DIKBOTOHS B. n d O. L. RANDLE g TlxeCasHCrCOceg HA it:: Attorney at T. DAVIS, L? w, regi-tnont- j. wTtting, B. C. RAMAGE, - up-peu- I ft - St. t' V- - t t,i fj., 'I, K-4 -- .. if r -- v V . f, A; t j!. r 'ifi?1"? J!'?l JSSSt WIS AID AI11J1MI1. Wo nrc Headquarters for Shot Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Giii'triclcs &e. Loaded Shells, Powder and Shot, Hunting Coats, Caps and lints, Gun Gages and Shell ftags. Celebrated Winchester Shot G un 810 50 A Good Double Barrel Breech Load ing- Shot Gun. 8 00 Single liar'l. Muz. Load'g Shot Guns 2 50 A Good Double Barrel Muzzle Load0 50 ing Shot Gun - wo record tho death of our youni friend, Mr, Waller O. Kingman, who panned nway peacefully on w.uTitn kinchan ika. it Is with profound recret Hint '"P'll iHBtWiltl.litWilwPMwvi-rrjiii,Tu.T.wTCTp--- i ..XV..UR,-'LJ50.- -- "??'j!'jr, ''"??'ayS!,H?:'H r??r'gr' - ife ai ItsMsg Tm mi VXp "7 ?xi WM i ELIxISON, 81.00 LOO Low Oail 20 lbs Granulated Sugar, 45 lbs best Green CoiVeo, Arbitrator l7lour, (has no equal), A good l?lul Saddle, A4W)U hot lifi:g3'IIftni(jsgv.WWI Winter Turf Oats. Choice Timothy Seed. All oilier Goods jut ns low, 4.50 2.50 .0.00 aiferod ESoBaMel r Knllroatl Time Tuliio , Wodncrduy moruluc. Acalnhavo tho lender and beautiful relations of life been severed by death, In the morning of a bilghf, lgorotiH nnd promising manhood ho lino been taken fiom his family nnd friends. IJuasRiiniliig In manner, in character nnd life, he exhibited tho lofty yet clmplo elegance of ehiistiau culturo nod manhood, llelug n vlullui of that dread disease, consumption, ho realized that hi oud wan near, but be dreaded not to pnsn through tho The funeral obsequies pot tal. took placo on yesterday ovonlng at tho reoldoueo of hlo fathordn law, Mr. Geo, Warren, wkero ho died, Kov. W. C. Watosi, pastor (j I tho Mothodlnt church, conducting the API vices, ope.iltlng tlio leudorost words of ooinlnrl to the bleeding heiirts. His grlof atrlek-ewlfo, father, brother nnd sister deeply mourn Ida early departure, but sorrow not nu thoso who hav no hntie. Ills untimely end also ,hlnccrob' laiiinuted'bJMI. , . ''"K'Mmt r II. oit uiciinn who win PiienK ins nnispvu with ulToctionato regard, nnd li to Ul many deeds of hltiilnoca will live wlillo tho grandeurs of cnith tadc and aro lost in tho obyea of otctnlty. n 1 With tlio start of another Eeafon's helling, thoJAinie widuawake (the kind you like), again lakes in to the head of the procession. store-keeping, EVKltYHODY who m to do with this Store's lo!ngi working wit It a will. ia y &&Z m&MM:X.fli & f; AY-r.vys fe b. eavA;-H"M- i CAPES AND JACKETS. We mi do n special effort In our lino or Wraps IhU spiioon and wo think we nro fully justified in saying 'It Is tlio best stoolc of garmens vvo imvo over shown. It "gnnn without oojj rtfi" that the piiecn nro right. m 1 .7 In soloctlns Shoes, take Into consideration not only tho quality of tho material, but tho lit, tho style, tho good miikoup ntnl comfort of tho Blioo. All thoso combined in tho PiilKSMCYIJU Shoo mii'.cu it tlio moat desirable in the market. Ilia '2.:1) lino of Ladies Shoen nro specially good, notwithstanding tho heavy ndvuuco in loather, tho prioo ia snmn as last year, 0 $ Groc Ur COOKING AM1 HEATING, fi v - cries, TV s-- m ware, Animu- - Ladies Capes and Jackets W.OO saFQsao as noQaas. IP IA munition, Fresh Meats, Etc. to 615.00. In nil tlio ular colors. MISRKawul CHILD Ul3N'S SfLfiO upward. Ka il IVjlfl pop- - and the quality has not been lesceucd. fcvery pair guaruutecil At $I.-5- 810.00 Suits ,i. v , VA K-- "s. Up , -- wo ndve rtiac, nro not mj . riiuii" together" kind. TIicj- - IMP well- made orcoou mntcri nuaeneci- fitting uttd f;ood enoi WfcMh' byily, unit worth nsked for thorn, Th m tfimo In Olny Worsteds, VmmrWnr- - 1. higher priced allocs. These nro npeclaily good value,- and will giro perfect Batrafitctlou-fo- r the '""Vt-Jsjifcmoney. ,' Yon enn got n Gcnnino Dongola IJntton Shoo, nil solid, perfect flttor, and ns much stylo 09 tho Enlr. Just arrived, the biggest iwiortnicnt of Heating Stoves over brought to Iliekmnn, which will bo 'By the Oar Lpa;d! Sold al Ihe Lowest Cash Price1. Also h comnletr stock of uiir.vtpt meres, round of eUMia, At 85.00 OtlltH. frm3dm wm mum - In nil grades -'- "jtThoso ' liwiu S5u0? TTTi iTnrwnali.f. y fiirsMi i" iiWtf&jA " V" . ...II'M mr Coal Thickets, !--" 'PoltcrBoty.BtovoBavT3tif, no'flro Solo Agents for the .5 Coal Vases, Pokers, Shovels, - 7 ' flt Bplendld values in Men Menu, Ifoyn, Lrfidlep 'nqoi'MIsscR. jnomuoup. wo enow o very fall Hue of these. .. m Ivzt m Kai&h, m" ( llisosa DV TELKORAVII. Norlh-We- al c& in & HAlinWARB. TINWARE, QDEBNBWAHB. IIARNKSS &c, &o. go to school, pJar with I'jb boys, icar Uer The weather has been splenEverything Wow nnd Fresh, wblnh bo will soli as cheap as any ono c'.'illini roll tor linmlii Hail fite'e. did for short excursions to the I'ptofrUle mtelmeat aal irJ for CASH. Go and roo him. Here nro a few of Ida prices: mothMrs. There' a rnlni country for unto, persimmons, er of )r. .Jno. K. Williams, Clay- mi'ehUf fentrntly n iho don to Ay. K. Ij. Williams, of 1.? flKoaibltnl itlr, J50181ba Eantern Gran. Sngar $1.00 In Pest Grade U. O.TUolassoa etc, and almost every dny Mimll ton, Tenn., died nt hur homo in Wbcn tlie r4che young nominhooJ elic Of ItirLrj- tngked nllli oythn, will ilri J.00 1 doz. pt. Tin Cups 30 p) lha Yollow Olar. anuar f.'hlon illcllf, ti.iu( her pnrtieB have taken advantage of In think fullntM mJ prayer. Obion county, Tenn., Inst week. hair or cut It oil" or cod It on lop of her Soft, wnrrn nud woolly, witli n 1.00 1 doz. qt. Tiu 40 : '0 lbs Firat Quality Rico rill t Cans It. s br.vl, pits rifirlr nil ber tlrete on her llcoceliko fur. Prico nbout She was no excellent lady, nnd 00 30 i packs Arbnekle Cofleo A 1 Gallon Dottle Picklea urflle palnlel No 'i lioi of Inst yoar'a cost, maybe Who ever saw n prettier fall was greatly beloved by n largo ibAiitJert, Toon old Kentucky. on No 3 ftet, (itnt nnil pov.ler to ihow lesn. Hcadijunrtors for Thresher Supplier, Paeon, Lard, Flour, Meal &c. Hut prices will get higher for outdoor worker pleasure than ciielo of ftiendo and iclullvce. I he 'torlJ ber Crcior ilUn't glre her tbo Ko trouble to tnako prices or show goods. Go und see hiui nt mercury gets lower; they IIuitUAH for Speight I tho present one In Kentucky T rlgbl complexion, irnnt n nee Ixmtiet or ns tho OAYOE. KY. You i:r:c::ivs32! two for mry non of IL jer, fall In will stiffen with tho troat. Tbo election Tuesday passod jTlia fellow whofnlls to pet his odd (5lt3 ofl quietly. Jons nonu ims inn is n auro An olcgant lino of PKItl'UMKS, lore. ltij on t.e i frllow, pel lull; Tft had hotter nip theno now. nolMiiC lo ber mrrieJ, hwavnk'b I)ua Stoics. ui enongli slow goer. Tiint's liecatisc there is ony ono illorcee, on't la tit other A cno of nmnll pox linn been inc running Through Coaches, Calvin T. Howcrs illod nt Iply for about iw Joan 2 UJlet Jo aowa- in cb discovered at Charleston, Mo. let that Cough nnd ColumbiiH Hatnrdav afternoon ul V tT Free Itcclining Chair Cars nnd Tlio woods are beautiful. In J--r Ui.1 U Cold make Inroads'. t o'clock of peril onitin, at tho nge Andy Hooves, of I'.ooth'o Pull man Palace Sleepers between illmi Knmriipr in hnriV mill tho ntr J'oint, Tenn., ciituo homo to voto on year svsiem. Minn u wiin o of 57 years and 1 month. Mr. la puro nud bracing. The trccs'3 Memphis nnd principal poinls in Mottle of SWAYN'K'S Conipnnnd llnwcrti hnd long been Iduutllled HiIm week. are colored with the golden tints f WRI1T. a Arkansas and Texas without of Tur. Tolu nnd Wild with tho business interests of of nu'iimu. making tiio forest atA delightful Mtintcut change. Cherry. his denth Hickman county, nnd tractive in the rpiiboii of the "sear next Monday tililit at This line traverses the finest and jullow leaf." An exchange siys that tho is received on nil hands with deep Oily Hull. Farming, Grazing and Timber 8 DR. LIVER SCALES' regret. Clinton Democrat. PILLS, will como to nn end soon, Lands and reaches the most pros Jiidlclnns ndvcrtlsing nlwnya Our Democratic nomineeo for world exhnrta tu nder-tlsMrs. Aunle Chumbler died nt The best Pill nvor offered for salo pnyo livery merchant hi Hick-muPaniG H fc55vi perntts Towns and Cities In tho Couiirilmcu woro etcctod without and no as notmerchants to bn luserd by hnv. her home three miles south of to the pttblio for the cure of ConuUould have a card ndverls-inoplioeltfon. GUKAT SOUTHWEST. lug a largo stock on hand nliou Fuitou, on Friday nijjlit, of pnou- - stipation, Biliousness, cto. 100 Overhis bnsiness, bo it small or IT t.S TIIK- "wur SWTlio lamest lot of full Jowcl-n- l the final moment arrives. It nlen moiiiii. iirs. vyiiiujiiiier w:ih ini Pills for 25c. large, r tmwsji.tpor works hard coat in minimum Hint It would lie to tlio u.orly Ml mo) t'liioula unit Annie Pielda. Sl.o oirr town nutl j.isojiIq muI aUuuUI for lltlCK linos. llio city, nt lutvnntago or sntiscrliierH to pay) Baves u husband and two small Is Arbor Day In bo patiourzed. up. clear their conseleticco and children, besides other tflnttvce and Is mndo by proclamn-tlclire. Jno. M. Wittinjr has or tho potior to mourn her denth. The inter-wheI of tho Goverunr n holiday. homo from n vlhlt to her secure the Intluence Gahilel blown Ida triunpot nicnt took place nt Palestfno Sat- ;l'3cry school In the Slate that has parents at .Maiden, Mo. 1 A R!K&Dft'e in tho morning. Jurdnj nficruoon. Pulton Guard. a patriotic teacher at the head of All't fs, to lie found nt Mr. I.110 Kllinon In erecting LWllS u vT swAiNK'tf Dnua Stokf. 4 e.ild nchool, is oxnooted to sea n corn mill in K.tt lllckmnu. Ho that tho duy is npproprlutoly Oif ressou why p?nplo pay will noon bo ready for business. o little nrn'l n to ini tgz (tables co OsiIleeelvcd tlio first lot of Thursday, 2Sth Inst., has boon dJ btlu'i"dm.t. Vmu olJ fences, know j Ihe ilj not i fresh Orstcrn this season nt Wui. sot apart by President Cleveland nljellier iliry are rillni the r.lfcrliso-me1 (lejcr'e, fixed up In any stlc. Of "tromr In Iho Kotilhwn.1," "Tlirnnall 2I0SC01V TKK IIAX.VGR rECI.CT. as Thanksgiving Day, nnd tho of tou :m Ibtl i ."till in Txm," Arkau(i." l.niKl," (v "traiN 'lrH. finltert nr ny nit en !en) fur frnrr, OR A or i"' il.a t bit nlxim farmers say unrn is ilryor nt Wiy be served on tho free Innch counter. However, we'll raiso nn- - people of this great country nro tlrcNM upon riipllrnilon, Moscow, Kv , Not. Cth 1853. iltprllsa.iiciu In VVfeta COIjY thlh timo of year than usual; nnd called upon to feel dovoutly (jrate Vnow (bi i. newnpij Mocoi, Ky., In entitled (o wtar the XV. O. An.tUM. v. tMnr.Atitifi, ful for the manifold blessings lUnl I he fjjftrdtarup bto ,ll lfiv Jolug ninny have flulsbod j;nthcriux their othor ono fur "M eU ctlon lrnvplliit; Acenl. allu (aj Con'l I'uhh. anil f Irhei Arerif. . kornti. In tlie pill the Urtarcralle voters or op. which have boon showered upon buttuest AAMII'ILl.K, IK.NlV. HT. lAlVl,Kif Put that don't Intcrfcro with theso ntlrnctions, hue cquAlleJ iit irfclt.ci in Hie liro them this year by nn Tim Ico mnn hns had his should try nud nil rountici, onj on jfilerJsy tlie tote foil-e- j IVr.viti Providence. HICKMAN COLLEGE. of prosperity nnd now comes "VSTixx-trax- keep lliclr oliililreu in school if A. W. LINDSAY, win firornl'le lo rtir'y nrcrj, nJ Wo aro in possession of a llm coal man who Is oxpoclcd to possible. It Is ii duty they owe larf r per cent, of roles for he Report for the second month of 1 1 o 2? in tho shape of nn oar of them aid no child should be scon i oiih n Imrvret. o -- a t-- ti of he corn, grown op the mini of tho lonflng on the streets neglecting enilorieinent CjrlUle an piriform ntnl of term, beginning Sept. 2, 18!)j: A larsn new hotel la to bo I our leeUUtlTc IIIOKMAN, KY, Or.'k, KurullcJ, Ujj. alMul, Xn. cf UrJio. Kuhn brothers, in thin county. n great opportunity to ncrjuiro an orpplpd nt Three RtateB, Mo., to iiomlner tbnn ilher precineln of the couu Here's OLD PRICK Yaluca. CO I 4 '21 The main ear is surrounded by oducatoii. Ono day they will reInko tho placo of tho ono recently L'tl r 87 It OfSee with B. B. Marred. lie", fnliite it lobe the lunncr tollng fclf) seven smaller cars, not fully do gret their idleness. Good heavy solid Leather HooK dcBtroyed by fire. pluci-- , anil Ihit no sliouhl re:eie the p 30 Ul IS! 2 veloped, but oach ear separnto nnd $1.50 103 8J 1" The steamer Joe Peters, dy- proiAl of the pnrty. Thl p1re baa baJ IV Host Hoot in Iliekmnn. npnrt from tho other. Wo ulso Ddr Slop nnd look nt Ihe Lotus SO A' CI 0 , few tpeaVets unit the papuliits hare can. ing between Memphis nud Healer it in tho boflt In the Marreceived nn enr from Gun McGnry 10 Taasfd it more iborouphly wllli t.oleil VI 41 Samo (jualily wc sold at that price last two reasons. sank Sunday night latt at apeakere ami their fine impoiicl lileut, VII (Joflt .you only $0.50 nt 21 5 ket. 0 haiug a seamless shuck, $2.00 Numbers of pairs have worn n bolid year. caey-afc&a- r milen below iluln; all Is Uieir pniver lo c"nfni! noil VIII Irdand 03, about 18 IjKDFOIII) it ltOUKKS. CI 0 way down deorgnnlre Iho almon puro DeiifcttoT molt rcirooL. rOnrncw Rlock of Gnitors, Mcmpt.iii. whilo on her Mrs. It, 1). Itrovnrd telurncd OCise up.slalra over llicksi.in.Ditni. el'her the tfO S! Mandolins, Panjos mid Hnrpe Just tlio rher witli n good cargo. 3No iliftii (eel airlcfknow oUl parties. They nutl I 2 Solid whole stock Kip, side lined Cutom ISoot. lhat the flibr.illar Wilt give attention In buiinres IntrntU iicht homo Wednpudaj-- , nftor r. visit of $2.50 II 10 17 5 received. Call and seo tho low Hvcb ere lost. Q'ho boat was will imt h pemuJeJ, inJueol or Equal to any $3.00 Hoot sold in Hickman. prices at which we ed lo him biaur of the State Courts. 4 wpokn to her naronts in I 8 nt 0,000 and iusuied tor it f!nenec! from the paih of perfrei, pure III sell. vnlne' Mlddlu Tennessee. nml itnJeflled DeiL&r.racy, thai la of the Wilson's Hook Store. 205 Boota, 8 SI5 EU.2l1.or jeeplc n4 for ihe people -- Ohio river men do not look Frcncli Kip. There wero no Urlica in lh Clb, 7th, Tho gooanbono ia nearly nil In Light Grain, Calf anil lland-raad- o Calloway Times pnye: Tin Xuiv U not the thno lo clihlo or chnflan for n duo In Hint river boforo noxt white this your, nnd tho roault "Rill ledford, tho original tramp our wsywatil nnj ruining brothers, the nnd Kih, cradoj. The foboivhiz Ii the Un of mouth, nnd many liuliovo ttint will bo that snow will He on tho who tramped over more terri- l'opultils, hut lo Acikin cxteud lo Ihem OIC'ISC tardles' i.i the Illh School and the Blacksmilh and Undertaker 81.50 Of Christmas Day will brlnu It, ground from early in December tory in tho States of Kentucky, tho ollie hrnneh, ami any lo them, " Pauline I'rathc-- , did nol heorlhe bell, to your pil olfen'ei. IIIOKMAN, them fce Evcry-Day-YVcKENTUCKY.- ' 11 Shoes to Into In April, says tho Sholhy Tonncsse', Arkni'sasaud Missouri Mr. Ohns. Klncmau. of l'rnvl. and hail to zo through (own; Hues Case, ihe diiriintleil ITows. A long, cold winter filled than ny other Inown. biped, ia njtelii and nil lo their fitl loiefriends lo Clock to slow; HjI OoalJcr, did not finitli O.IVK MK A TRIAL when yon ait deuce, Ky., Is In tho city, having r5olid ns a rock, strictly gunranteeil. Lois of them. of party, return liis work; AIIIhou Tyler, lind logo lo lawn; VJT Illack8r.iithing done, or repairs olf with blustering storms, n ahead. again reported dead. Wo can rcninln rith it, nnd In 1S90 ne. (he neon DUtnuinucil hero to nttend Can t be duplicated in town. reeil(j tittle WfiRinSi &e. Horaeiihoelhs will elect a perfect l)tuoemlie Ivy I.Vllow, did not hear the bell; Thero nro other signs that confirm hardly bcllovo tho report ns Pill the funeral of his brother Walt or. C67 A lib Rips Sowed Free on .Macliinc. Helm, on ucomut of e'eknexs I al.o keep a full line Of Helm, tills. Com husks aro nnnrnnlly tins (Led so mntu times in tin; inft nnljeiial tleke', and with unity 'of the did nol bear the bell; Jessie Ifenry oa Lynn Wo always have all wc tuhcrtife. There will ho n sonlnl Moicow preoh'cl no other need apUndortakor's Goods' thick, nnd tho wnodnhuokn and U0 years we Have about conqlndod ply. of rnln. Yon will e that moet of nt Montgomery School Itopewnod, and Hnlld Dltck Wall chipmunks aro already fat enough tnarw) thing short of divine power There wis lull er.e aeriteh here o.T.lnsI ihem are poor excuses for tardiness. CJuTLPSncaC W3EHIiJJ3 ?aSK5I3 nut Coflins nnd Case, which can be 6 ted limine uoxt 1'ililay night, loth Itesreotfully, to kills r ntJils light. Wo ttnx-- diction. ylrt- - Tlf, and J. 0. fip.'lth', coitHfjui tip on short notice", and at reasonable1 iiiRi. i.veniiouy invitcu. J. 0. Ciikkic, Wuclpni. c.onnrinatlon orotic- - ir .fioai" crrccniaiue, poncj pricea. Giro me a call. ,W A. Kenlunky . -- . editor, boinjj i'otifdtijk'aj -- ' Leal male dnitc'lf. t&T Shop near the Jail. Wfflij vril ciiiiilv...ii..uuiiufca " I. ,. ..ABftiror cam ng iilrn "the Ono cur load of Ohio Itlvcr Salt. uu3 trip is tnirt taken. SKTor il in" ViosC tmnortfnt'S. VJiielrt?m D ... oxchnngo Is right in think. An David Haker, of ir;iiiDnr maiignnni mum who iiisRipaies rfilyKl) iat mloiilnl ihnJU'teJ A. MulJANIUL. CENTRAL Ins that If less attention won giv- Tenn., was in tho city this w celrC counly'a monex," produced uio f'vtnWP utlfin nt nVlclu'iiirir,at norloojltt !lrd, nnit nvite them imn the (old tins weather tnako yon think of ILLINOIS his not a hot todTho City Council Tor 1890 will en to tho effort nt reforming tho Ho holds his cltizonahlp in Ken- munu3c:!pt nnd showed that ho finrSJBwi tin orriorrintlon iy con. of jhe J)emernilc party, ailminishlng something warm ? KAJLROAD, Ihem lo gtt nud If at consist of Clin. Ualtzer. Jno. V. new woman and more toward re- tucky, nndenmo homo to voto the wrote, "tho big hearted, valiant ccm flHh 'ttlior CflHit fhn t'lllfC'ldcofo lo obire, be ally with II,may ha Ihry merit dy, nor tho infernal regions, but attainment with reached nnd one of our good warm OVERbr Benin In eonnoelten with Ibe Southern aeltcf Cowplll, Geo. K. Helm, Dick forming tho old man tho world Democratln ticket. Would that soul who dispennee tho conjity's of mm!i Ink m tke a Illinois true and irUd Mlelirrl ritern. ftiiyfd by reinnlnlng We antlcipife Co., t now rnniiinif wo had moro such Domouruta in Itrovnrd, Charlio Meier nnd Itobt. would bo better on. of ald parly. mouoy." Tlio treasurer withdrew i lf already cspendnt much on ni.iro COATS that wo aro selling from webklv mimi this country. Ivlrk. tho cbnllcngo nud substituted nn us preai nnnl Rna reels iho neeii or jov plllleil bnpplneae, moro dorneitlu de- 85 to $l 5. li.i r.TZKn & Shaw. Mr. O. .7. Worth, of tho mill-luhome carry lie r" PULLMAK want tlio latest stylo invitation to an oyster mippor in- an unl nlil locreat iho ecbera Ihroiuh, cij).innt, tetterafter llmrule from of litis CSrlfyou Whon yon feel inclined to wllh ibc firm of It. b. Sccaroo & (Jo., return leertre ci?en tbem famed clement Tho cob pipe factory nt Char- To oonneol direct at Avondalo (uhnrsot' ppeak ill of your neighbors, stop Moscow, Ky., wan in tho city this Diesa Goods and at IJio lowest stead. ly 'tie rler mn the Chicago people are Salt rlter eblp, named 11. O. Amiikko's. llb the Southern I'teHte's? hL iy logel whul they nre nflcr. To all plaoea nnd rollug preclnels In leston, Mo., Is paying 10 cents per New Orleans) It la nnd stndy It you could not bolter weok and added Ids namo to the price go to Many rldlcnlons things are new. fuel, solid Teatibttle train, Ihe 'Sua. n roit uniUrukiiig end If II (he rninllH of Hickman nud Pillion, I 100 for largo cxrn cobs. afford to any eoinothlnc L'ood o'f already largo list of Couiuuit sub15. Wilson nnd being told na to the manner in Messrs. D. set Limited." for Houston, Pan Antontart tldabe ncrompliabed ne drrl;nd am aak a cooi ariaon of Ihe rote', and If u them. scribers nt that placo. El Pa.io, Los Angeies aad Han FranciweV will bo of incitciHbto talno lo brtter propnrllnnatezbtbil be faun I, then Roht. Pradley Imvo leasod the whioh Rome of our people nclnd ii J lhls car for Mill we ret claim the lioriiB, but will til! Tho nljjhta nro now IniiRor City Hall and will direct their ef- on tho morning of tho recent co iinorco In Ibe crost vnlloy. il I; o'erlloHne nnd lake a new deal and thnn the days a littlo, not enough forts to giving our pooplo n eorles earthquake. Some prayed, some plav n Letter bund. to wnrrnut n man in staying out n ill an ocean of Stvlo such w our of first class entcrtniuments (Ms flhoutod, while other sought safe-tJ;;o. T. I)ri:w. couple of hours later than his wlfo now lino of Capes wo aro soiling winter. This Is n uommoudablo Wo learn that ono in flight. U undertaking nud we hope our pen-pl- fellow cnlled upon tho Lord fo expects him. from ?2.G0 to S12.Q0. will give them liberal support. Imvo mercy upon him; acknowlSplendid Sclectiou of ROPER BRADLEY r lUl.TZKIl & SlI.UW Onnco of Provontivo is flSrA new lino of solid gold Is run on Illinois Central Train Ho. f, tact Prof. Northcross, ono of tho i.edged that bo had boon in the lentM etailnno, Cairo lo Durnot,- KVKIIY :.. of Inking thiugo that did weddinc Kings nt Itoek Ilottom thnn a Pound of Cure." Tho annual Oonferenco of tho t mif.liiirii In (In, 1iW.'mtm nnl Arn.t liatlll WEDNKBDAY, and station from Have just received a fall lino of Huoir. Dnoa. prices, All kinds of Methodist church will meet in Hchool nud Miss Kmmn bauderdale, not belong to him, but promised KVI'.rtYTIIU8UAY, through City no.xt Wednesday. one of Hickman's colored socloly lo reform and do so no more. STATIONERY, KrscrTatlona in tlio l'aoifio coast.- lo adThe Celehrnlod Violinist, IJnion BBfltS' W8il dition ihore In run a "llllnd Joe" will bo nt tho City Hey. W. O. Waters will preach belles wero married at tho BapLoot, wife of Mr. El-flMrs. Rottle ti &:. Hall next Monday night, Don't his Inst sermon for this Conference tist church last night in tho of all kinils. Other dealers say Alcnn l,eol, living 'J mllea Norlhtc.l of full to secure tickets nnd hear Ills year next Sunday night, of a largo nnmlior of friouds, Illoitmaa, died Tuesday tut nn vrii hur. they will row your Slmus when ron 8ALU u v wondoiful performances. A NubIivIIIq Sc Ohatlanoogn Rev. Faulkner performing tho led hi City cemetery Wcdncihv. Ihe Call nnd see our Slock, Every- THUOUOII WITIIUL'T CIIANOE, (ff to they rip. It is not always eon. funeral 9rle llii- - hold Ht Ilia AngcUii, via AvondaU, by ibe same ronltf 00W6ILL & COWGILL, Prof. V. 13. Lumloy. former train coming into Mnrlln ono day ceremony, vcnlent for you to Imvo them sow- - tliiutr up to date. clmrcli hr Kor. V. O. Wnlurs. Tho unil train, lvln(r aUtfons, Cairo to Du principal of Illokman College, but Inst week ran Into and killed throo ed, so o Imvo a mnnhliio to brad M.vitv Bnrtn:.Drs & Co: Tho Nashville, Chattanooga ilecaed w a donghler of Mri. R. A. rant, F.VRflY TIIORMi X,- and atatloa IvhlUClC.' now of Pulaski, Tenn., wns in tho lings, n buzzard and nn 'possum at & Bt. Louis Railway will eroot nt Thomis, of IhN oounty, and nim nnMe, ry pnir wo B0j Fm:B 0K from (ioodnnn south KVECY FRIDAY chrlatian woman. In her i rlrole he clly Saturday nnd Sunday huit, one stroke. The above is vouch. the Tonuosseo Centennial lOIlAUGH, nud can gitnrauteo DR. S.K. DAVIDSON Tioket NOTICK. made all thlngi hoiitliftll with bar purn fihakihg hntidd with old friends. Wo can savo ed for by tho Martin Mail. thoni iipwt la rnu . to bo held at Nitslivillo life and the anretneia nnd tiitaiity wtilcti liit:S23L:7':3 ijiiTcrsjrRoni!-next oar, :t building of tho size oaa from nn eleratod avi. In tlio pr t'y. member of .he Christian elmrel. !i'ou ,l',u, trouble, and also, 111011A littlo white boy, wiioso pn LARGEST PUMPXIM . THE Ticket and full information nt to raffs .peel fully reiiueiied lo bo precni at ey, Uoiuo nuil exauiiue; it win and general of tho main strnoturoB eur of aueli a aorratr frtendi iniivt be rents live on Judge Murrol'a farm KKNTUOKV and train lime can be had ft agtnti er( IIIOKMAN, mnrnine, linlow town, was kiokod in the nud the largest and bent relented erected by tho management nud dumb, for no worls can Ull thn aympn'iy 'r2!.t "lln,'"yIintneilliiely nnd reiniin cost .j ott nothing. ihe Central Itouto and cooneollag Mnss Ihajr i rotuiiJUUon ufler ihi Kospect fully, exrrei or by oddrehftlDg face by n initio ono day last wook, stock of Dry Goods, Olothlng, Iioumo in It exhibits of minerals, their fed, nor cm ony to'inn butb.inil, apn'tegVVo wiinl to exehanut" Tlevs woe. To her beronred Ollioe over Oowgiil & Oowglll'e P'. IT. MWEff, ItOl'EK & HRADLKV, Grooorloa So., can products and manufaetured goods rbihlren and rcbitlte 'ic citcnil pur iln on n.iCjpoiiits, aud wis!i"a'a 10 be prsi- and his Injuries mu reported to bo Hoots, Shoos, Ah'(Jjb. Pass. AaeM 5w. Qtku O.vvac, Kv. Dru;: fftortj. II. 0. AMimuu'ii. found along Itn lino of railroad. bo found nt cere condolenco. tiulto fioycro. N., 0. Si Ql7h. It. It. LKW'KHi ARMVIMi Tt.lii N. M, It M r. Tr.ln N'o l, t in r Tt.U No. II, ll.lu i Ti.ln.Vi, 61. S.M x. ThU roi makra e.lM connection will, llir I.. & U ai ,Mch'nlf f;oll)B norlli, UDJ rlihir-- n. N A V. at Palncah f4rA iiloo clean horco nnd gait, oerth as! the Newhtrn gy, that In in style, will make your (tine eolith. Hwcctnenrt wear iswcot smile io' to J. O. Price's s tabic ami get' it.! Jiiae-lie- n acrom-woJallnn Iloston Mndrlgnl Club will (;i vo nn entertnliitueut at tho City Hall next Monday night. If yon enjoy un evening of oweot songs nnd good music, go out to hear thorn. Tho Ledford Hoaers Hogs, Heef Cattle, Chiukcus nnd Kggs, mid don't forget to buy a B'.ovo from them. & bflyB your W i ir'iiwimmw.pumi f vi2SS :S;Z;a:SJCE3cs;t3cg u "m O, in The best Heater on earth. No Smoke. No Ashes. No Dirt. Saving in the Fool. Satisfaction guaranteed. Celebrated W2Z.S2tf HEATER Big uti m &sr sz$ j. s X11S3030L- - m tiw ""ml til Hon lt WHAT Klll WILL HO. itluch LOCAL NEWS. 1 tho early settlers of tlds county, wilt died Sunday, aged 77 years. Mr. tl'ie nlifti wtl UaaJ coo. laVo iMthlrc h ni( cnl'lnc teeih iml Ijb was inn iiioiiiur ui mro. lie iBtn ourc of miierjr uml l.nrpinn'f ,,,,"ui,n 1,?iov',1?l"cp nn'1 mmc ,,0?,,.l;!l,!!, Inilotlnc ptrntl wtin lie li a b.iii IbM e croTi opo (be will Irglnla Ofty years ogo. fio It nor, A nlau-Ucmocr- Mrs. Mnrlha Ilolmnn. ono of The Coming Woman Will Ho tlio Hamo (Ilrl as Krer. Blizzards in Ihe Snow In New York State. Thero Is n chill In the air that Is breeding (iiriepll-tlunilj- cold nights. Thero is misery in storo if you nro not warmly bedded. Don't tnkn nay filly ehnncco. Which do yon prefer, Pncumonln, r BLANKETS? two-third- p-- just The newspapers of a town aro Its looking glasses. It is here you cceyourGelica as otucro seo you. You emllo on them, nnd they smile back nt yon; you frown on them nud yon nro repaid In kind. They nro tho reflex of n town. If the town is doing business the newfpnper will show it tu its ndveitisingoolamus. If the mcrchnntn nrc spiritless, shiftless fellows, whoso stores nro jumldca of junk nud Jam, tho newspapers will show it by tho lack of space they take. If you want the world tn liiinwr Mint vftn linvn n livo town, you can only let It bekuown through ita newspaper. 13k. &? & mn, Ee W. HAVPlBbD, CAl'Cil, kl, his Htore, where can be found a fall line of Staple and Fancy Gi'ocpies, r frout-yr- Yqvl Qaly Bee .-- Ji. SA-ru- Hutcr-tnlutiti-i- it TH3 SaUGGSST, e n g ('( I To-da- Ken-fuk- y n lv Tailor Made $mgM Suit, or WW leave Que Llae n Wfndow Glaus I at your order III 1 i himis Booster n.l!i-llser.n- Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. tii.l n I biiti-nc.- .. 1) ril 5 f l'-v- sen-eo- n At the CASH SHOE STOBK low-price- Boots d nil-wis- e I I A a y w Clevel-ioil- , Vicks-burg- -0 R. T. TYLER, &tto A. P. OILVPiR, pro-cin- 1 Crado 60-fil'- Ladies !s c Clf-ll.- nr n, - Dem-ocra- .M r t enter-tnlnmo- nC2IS3K Coni-mo- n, r . 1 0 -- bi ausi Jticcoivoai SANDERS S lllCE. --- -- rm J h red-heade- d - - ... o$xyz7iz mem-her- nr hx-W- I g -- j I Jft.p.-I'jp- .'' t nil y o Don't Fors o "i U4SI n.j. 8, ooK mn. flALIFaRNI via - bet-;o- S 1 1 i proa-eue- o I H iiKBiS Sips aii rJLTffURIffWHl - - Iolhu-di- al Kxno-sltlo- 1,1 fi f" t. , ?. -- ft iK- - - u flalllnc Into seraphs-Manby the stuff nnd wait for your ihsre ot Highest of.lt In Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report FARM ANDJ5ARDEN. years ago tlio wild deer that the spoils. Yonder thoy are d mlng. roamed through the forests of ling-lan- d 1 hear tho bleating of tho fat ..nubs man In h Kouthetn en. used to dig holes In the earth FOR WAnM COUNTRIES. and I see tho jewels glint In th.- sun. we svero comlnff up thr Dr. TaJmago Pays Tribute to Heroes "When It makes mu laugh to think h" vou Item for Harping- - Ire In Tains nml Otliri svlth tholr fore feet. They pasved it Everv.Day Life. said a recently returned ny tonst," of out sometimes to the depth of scvornl will be surprised when they tl row n .Hotitlirm tper from South America, "'vo hwl fot inches, sometimes n foot or more. chain of gold over your neck, m .i tU I can think ot Utter method for keepseveral days a dead calm, the. sea lying TJtvMa tha Fpollt Evenly lUltiwn TIicbs ...!. flirt ing Ice in Tcxbh than that generally Theso holes svero called "scrapes" nnd vnti In rn In nntl ,1tt,M llko a thcel of glass under a broiling That Clo Down to Untile and Tlieni 1 King. you seo backing turd In parts of Kentucky, Tennessee, travelers nt dusk or night, or thosj tun. On one of these days, ns I wni That Elanil on Unard at lh Camp. because you feel unworthy The Vlrglnln nntl other wnnner slntes. A svho svere careless Hboul their fooling, nnclnfr the deck, I discovered what Thoy svero shining ones como up on the "no eiicttiar hole 12, lSor0feet (nceonllng tumbled Into them. looked to be a man standing on the Tlia tnbject of Dr. Talmagc's sermon side, tho shining ones coin-- - up to the capacity wntited) In tllnmetci, laughed nt fur their heedlessness svheu AEB&sflllJmrEE.W water. A we were quite out of sight Sunday was: The Disabled," the text on tho other side, nnd they jin "U HVe a ery largo well, Is exenvnted In n they como huuio covered svlth mud und ot land tlio npparent spectacle teemed selected being: 1. Sam., x.tx., '.M: "As ns this frequently occurred after they on and thoy say: "Hero is an "Rub has been llirleo msrrledt And all CUT DOWN HER NOSE. to be Incxplicnble, but picking up a his part is that gocth down to the ground, to the depth high, dry piece dlcr of Jesus Christ," and the '. ""(? of i to 10 feet,ofnntl where It win r had boon Imbibing a bit they svero Srlcnca llrlnft-- lleattlr lit s Yottaff IVoin tlitvo litishiinils slcrnl I Aha has had a lis spy p;las and scanning the fljrure care battle, so shall his part be that tarrleth "Yes, but then she ! sold to have "gotten Into a scrape." ones will rush out toward you nn.i av: ' llafurnird fare. u brother ss lm is an undertaker, anil heal-svafully 1 was convinced thnt my first Im by the stuff." "Yes, that ninii saved my soul ' r drained nt the boiton. Into iorlout Somo Cambridge students took up this itlvrs her a good deal off." Ilotloo presslon was correct, and as tlio One result of n slmplo surgical operIf you have never seen an army Transcript. they will rush out nnd say: "Or. os, Mint of sand or grnvel below, or by 'expression und thus It camo to be his ofllcers ncro of tho tame change quarters, you have no Idea of to people who 'tad gotten into ation pcrformud lit Nosv York recently she was with me In the last lcl sH " Mwcr, pump or siphon pJ(o toIslowei Is Hint of n young svomnn who was opinion It was immediately determined the amount of bagpage, twenty loads, com- dltllcultles of various sorts. Chicago Wisb men svlll npplr their remedlM to And then tho cry will go rotm tho ground. When the rxrnsiilloii upon to direct the ship's course toward fifty loads, one hundred loads of bagpreviously ushnmed to bo seen on the Vlirs, not to n.intcsi to Hie rouses of evil douhle-wn'lewooden Kecortl. m, pleted, n strong, circle: "Come in, come in, co tho street, but Is ttosv seen nt nil the social svlilcli aro eriiianrnt, not and occasional the mysterious fljrure. gage. David and his army sscre about by the transicomo up; wo satv you away n frnmeworlc Is put in, the outer bonrdt "When we had approached within a to start on a double quick march for gatherings of her circle nnd Is enjoy- orRsnmode sshlch limy act,appear. llutko. In ishlch thry tory ,ml renting ngnlnst the earth nntl present- CAUSED BY VACCINATION. oltl ond sick nntl decrt-m- ' there, ing Hfo lo thu lop of her bent. The certain distance we could mnko out the recovery of their enptured families nre go ing easing In; the Inner loni-idiscouraged becauso you co'ul'l',1 that ihs man wai standing on the sent from tht Araalcldtes. ho they left by Homtotv has not been given to u for jottng woman cattiti to maturity svlth to tho front, but 'as his part nat nailed on the Inside of the triune, so as sake, hut at a lesson tvhlcli sve aro to of a small boat, sshlch was nearly the brook Uesor their blankets, their good lirullli, figure und complexion, Fret IhtJoirnHl. Dttrolt, JiA, to lento tin nlr spnee of, say, 4 or C It rroeth down to the battle, ro qli lus learn filled with water, and thnt all about knapsacks, their baggage and tholr nvcry ono In tho vicinity of MclJrum milled to charming rummers and u high ceatot somoivhnt, ivhlrh once letrned Inches' nil around. TIiIn framework It lo Im) tnrrow. Ctrljlo. part be that tarrleth by theTstilt him In the water was un enormous carriages. Who shall be detailed to order ot Intelligence, llut her natural Thcro Is high cinisolntlon.'ii in extended so oral feet alios c the com avenue and Clminplalu street, Detroit, advantages svero hopelessly marred by school of sharks. watch this stuff? Thero are sick Th Hklll anil llnuwletlc this for aged ministers. I sen) S. ' f mon surface of the ground, then tlrnw u knows Mrs. McDonald, and many a ticlh-lia- r tsvo defects. They svero defect of Orders were given to lower a boat, aged and wounded soldiers, and hat reason to feel itratefut to her tor the Hssrntlsl lo Hie production of tho most perthem here They slttn . ui In conlcitlly nil nrotind, and roofed user and sshen near cnmijrh to cast a light soldiers who aro not ublo to go on superficial, but fect am! ioiiilar Usallve reniesly known, faco only nnd inatuly our churches. They used to Ijnn l in with a conlcnlly roof. Double doors are lnd ami friendly Interest she has the ropo over the bow of tho bolcajjurcd swift military expedition, but who are naturally they wero such ns to bring have eiuihlod great Oallfornla HgHyrupto In easOT of Illness. pulpits. Their hair Is white iitn tho made In one side of the con Ion roof; auocesa In tlio reputation to tichlnvn n and gently tow It with Its up- tblo to do somo work, and so they croft Sho Is eoklnd Hearted friend, a natural much uiihupplncss lo n person ot her of Its remedy, Hyrup ot Klgs. a ftltcoti. lh-i- r blossoms of tho trco of lif&t ... .1... t.M- through thesi) tho houso Is filled nurse, and .a Intelligent and rollnod la1y. ......fc. exagger- ccdr-- l to bo tho universal laxative. occupant back to tlio uli I p. TI1I1 right i...ii.i jouth und sex. She had on names marked on the roll of ,U- - ir't- - i V.'hcit tilled, they are closed tightly. was successfully accomplished and it gngc. There Is many a soldier r talkesl at somo ated Human nose and large flesh mole by nil druggist. To n rciiortcr sho crul as.embl)'. or of the constsj at. n. bo forgotten when wno is not strong cnougu io marcii was a sight never to etigtli nlmut Dr IVllllams' l'luk Dills, giv- on the right cheek. The bridge of her "!, merlins. ' 'I hov TV Thk saddest things In llfn tremrn svlthout the little convoy arrived tho man still 30 miles in a day and then plunge Into the great importer, that Is lite great text which brings to somctliui ML CI IS ing somo very Interesting Instances In her noso projected In such an nggrcsilvo m.inhood, svnincn svlthout svomtnhood and mlud standing immovable as a statue with a ten hours' fight, who Is able with knowledge of aiarveloua manner u to give more than the se- tlillilrcn ssithoul chlUlliood. Young Men's ivvn luimollito great manufac- they preached tlftv yea fixed gute, like ono who had been drawn sword lifted against his shouU banker, that is tho Elites, and Iho universal brneflconco of tho verity of atK'ct ot tho typlcul Itoiuati. Kin. In fact aim looked forbidding, nnd this struck dead while watching a terrible der to pace up and down as a sentinel turer." The confldrnllaclerU has his samo subject. They prea .. einn "orncdy to thoso svlso had un It. ....',1 1'rons Nn fntll BprlnaT week off. Nobody tiotloe w vlielliar lie lir....t s. i Xtj"-- v horror. to a young svoman of thu most nmla Orvrcoatt ami svlnter svrap svlll bfl In fash-In- n to keep off an enemy. There are 200 comes or goes. Nobody kilbashiiii, tholr successors preach hnaVmK xwe v "I havo reason to know," said Mrs. l2Kw JsSmiCii! nsiii. . ble nnd sociable Intention wsit painWhen he was pulled up to the ship ot those crippled and aged and wound and L' ! LlM They can lo ills'Hirslod, leuiporarlly, Wrt."-"something of tho worth ct this ....t .CM me oiu i:ninwwr-- i in after sshtlati-osrllnIn thn steam he sank to the deck In what seemed a ed soldiers detailed to watch tue bag and ha sitsa whllo liis,,wceItK,I',dQiio curao leuiclne, forlth&bctudomotiatraledlnmy ful in Iho extreme. Tim fleshy mole ot Uio CIiIimro, Mllssattken K heated trains jtudrSor! tn'w own vaf V'niSnwrtfMk'. aVhurcb. . A o.ri ! tit I'sul Hail, dead taint, and It was hours beforo ho gage. Somo ot them, 1 suppose, had lhit Gud will rcsYBrunn) tttiuMtV just .thgrc Is a e nil nearby In , q'aJLa.i.vv n immediate family. My duugtitcr Kit- - ndded consltlcrnblo to her forbidding svav. ipm' Tr--. ,1 liilsbnnd,im- d.... i l'orlld coin fort, for p.9l and for was able to give any account ot him - bandages drotVioJb-rowuraMitXl.t.i...i I nun lit ' nufcr "air. and tomevol I ssVno -n vrnMiun iiiKH Kliwii, a.ifrlr, no other linn enncomparwa-Sslc'hihlreii. Fnitrr HS. v.H"P! r-L tticra lia'd'tnetf 'arm ltTTi"" sllng',"""aml MMS.UwaiJV,oloKU"flnhim,nlvrry strotur since tlie'bepsn. 'In the pit'yer'or,,tvov theso phys- gn'al fnllwu'ut l. Sab 1 tton tho lisd v ctirhrs tib'n SWWXW . s ltilii.-- ! : 'J aud said that he had gone out In his some of them walked on crutches. I of tlio mere lmnMhUJtnthro)ist' TlT'.'-L;- and she hat qulto n ical blemishes hasa caused the young aTaWWlaU " W. 1. m JSi.iCin , .IiJl'nlt'"l .J aaMall .., .w Ha sutiiiill lo In seen through a rnk dav. When tho small oat to flsli, and having bcon without They were not cowards shirking duty. whose investments HilrTkiioWii clerk trf . ll ilAli'l .,,.,..w istaneo to eo lady the kcsncit ntrrl'ficallon, and . sshn suffers himself lo be caught In a pox broke out nil of tbo sclinnl children bad she ssas nltout to give herclf up to a ilue rest for several nights had fallen They bad fought lu many u fierce bat- so carefu'ly guarded. llTrWon Hivcr "Well," he says, "your faco iltyjullftir, - -- A SVAItMCOCVTIlYICKIIOVKr.. Dluf lasslou. to lo vfovlnatcd. I uxiKlier overt-- ) nr. life uf seclusion svhen her usleep, and when ho uwoke It wan to tle for their country and their Ood. railroail. l'cnnsylvanla railroad, Hrlc. but I can not call you by ynmo." cite fell sniI never d Jameson and ho vaeclnatcd her. '"Why," she says,"vniibnptuvsl)nenud nnu nimseli lar from land, ono oar They are now part of tho time In hos railroad. New York it New Ilnven I nsvt found l'Uo'a Cure for Contump-Hu- n they lire sssr turli nn arm In my life and tlio doctor der the notice of a noted expert lit busliifss men knowthc names of you married mo n'id su burled my and sshen ice Is gone, hl boat half filled with water pital and part of the time on garrison nn unfailing mcllcln. t'. It Lot, ope icd, one outward, the other In- said ho never did. Kho was broken out on facial surgery. This svas last summer. "Oh, and all about him sharks. Ife had al- duty. They utmost cry beenuso they the presidents of these roads and of father and uiuthc nnd s ster lifi S. ml HI.. Covington, Ify., Oct. t, IMt. Just at sick About thn middle of August shu svas I. her shoulders nnd tuck and lends from Often a stnlrss-a.n't n var ways heard that sharks would jump can not go with the other troops to tho the prominent directors; but they do yes." he savs, 'n v esesilr at sho could lie. To add to It all neuralgia photographed at the surgeon's suggessvo rid Is 0 Oil's rplstlo to mankind names of the engineers, good as It used t be ' 'J lie uro in outs de dossn tinder the bottom of out of the water at a man In motion, front. While theo sentinels watch not know the or A fesv da ehlld ago, sho having been IIITun aud the HioiiKlits am Hushing upou us from use, sshere milk, butter, etc., lire set In, naturally pi" nervousssas In misery. tion. tho names the switchmen, the all our chinches the heroes nf 10, never at ono who remained perbut the baggage the Lord ssutches the names tcuierameiit under treatment In tho interim, she every direction I'lalo. of u She It of thrJlagmon the names ot tho tho heroes of IS" , the hrroc "f 1617. kept When the framework nnd board and she tutVnsl most uwfully. Ken afur fect!; still. I) lit finding his position sentinels. again had her picture taken. The In the water cramped and unbearable There was quite a different scene brakemen. Theso men have awful re Hy the long r ave trench 'hat cut fil-t- i sides of the house are completr.1, sho reeovortsl tho neuralKlt did not luavo young woman shnsv no mom signs of Don't Nenlect a Cough. TakeBomellalc'i Honey of llorelioMlnl cnidTar I'lWanirr. century tln-- havo theci rth even silted i graded up nrouii.l ler. Htoraty days or days that were dsmp had made a desperate move. Ha bolng enacted in the distance. The sponsibilities, and Mimt'llmc. through through half he the operntlun lii.iil if tho had been Urops Cure Inoue minute. out planted himself upright on the deck Amalekitcs, having tavaged and ran- the recklessness of an engineer, or stood sounding tic resurrect i n. They the In use, so thnt tho water from the or preceded a atorm, she could not co no at born with her present cisprrisuin. The rtlui's Tootba-knf the hoping meanwhile to sacked and robbed whole countries, the unfaithfulness of a switch- have been In more llalnkUvus and roof fulls well out upon the earth, nnd all. Slio ssas pale and tliln, and had Hvaar bride weait a svedillnj dress tint opcrntiou. she wiy. vtcrrt painless, It beyond her fttlier't mcuut. think out a way of escape. Hut the are celebrating their success in a roar- man, it has brought to mind tho have taken mo'O Scbastopuls nan you runs iisny outside. The mound I"! letlte. foruotteo who told mo about chletly ossluglo tho use of coenlne. 'l have longer he rcmatntd standing the more ing carousal. Some ot them arc danc- faithfulness of nearly all tho rest have ever hcirdof. fvimet hum they sodded and sshru such a house nnd thoDink 1'iils, but I irolsome for her and She Is, of cotirw, very happy and doc Hall's Catarrh rare of them. Some men do not have rec- pet a llltlo f ettul lieesuse they can mound nre ssrll constructed, they nrv desperate grew his chances, and for ing on tho lawn with wonderful gyraup. Hho has a nke tliey her They have not lm at tlm front Tues irar tho tin ornamental object In the back ynrd. rotor eunsl fac. rlitlil nn.l loe well, Rsves not hesitate to face thoc svho former- It kConstltutlonalCur. Price Tc. nearly three days, In tho boiling sun, tion of heel and toe, and some of them ognition of their services. euu In her ly made uncomplimentary remarks small wages and intivii complaint. sound of tin battle, nnd tin- - old svar Ire stosscd In such u house keep ssell, to school crerv daj . .md l ivdl and strnni; In hunger- sleeplessness and in moare examining tho spoils of victory Mtsniv every ugly dog It knoivn it In several rases she has nltouther mentary expectation ot a horrible the finger rings and ear rings, the very often ride upon locomolises, and horse champ- - his bit. Hut die (W.0-Ja ladder ice In every iMttlcular I have never heard of hnd difficulty In proving her Identity. "Heatity ueil to enter sshen I very often nsk tho question, ns we ministers of religion, tins dis stand gets too low to step in upon it. the Imild up the UiHsd to coniiro aaythlng lo death, he had stood until every muscle necklaces, the wristlets, the head So- greatly tins lierappcaraucr changed I sltall always keep them In his body had grown teuse and rigid bands, diamond starred, ami the cof- shoot around somo curve, or tinder ing in the I runt of the fias. s all havo Such n house ssill Inst many yenrs with l'luk tillsand rwommend Uiem to my that several old friends at first refused The Orcotcst Medical Discovery In the house some ledgo of rocks: than iho-- e retired With grenter expenre "How much no more and he felt unable to signal for help fers with coronets, and carnclalns,nnd In using woods " to believe that she sa herself- -- Chl of the Age. should any help pass near, lie pearls, and sapphires, and emeralds, wages do you get?" And I am always veterans. "My father, mv father, the that svlll not readily decay, such as oelghbors Dr. Willlntns' I 'ink I'lllt for l'nle IVsoplo ctgo Chronl''!. had considerably racovercd by tho and all the wealth of plate, and jewels, surprised to find how tlio for such chariots of Israel and tn horsemen cypress, the house Is good torn Hfelinu j arocoiul'li-rv.'ii uufjllingec4tle In tilth Do jou suppose thereof "As his part is th it goeth A sketch is shots n in time our ship touched at her first port, and decanters, and tho silver and the vast responsibility. ltnwtttiT, Mo . An 17.1(40. the rut. All doom ill.e.ncs as liKciiiol.ir slaxl. partial pan!; where he svas put ashore, along with gold banked up on the earth In prince- Ood is not going to rccogiiio that dosvn t.' tho battle, so shall 'u part bo must flttlghtly Vitus' daniv, sehillen, uauraltia, Tut I'tso Corn's r, sis, rt MEDICAL DISCOVERY. " after his bout, which had been hauled on ly profusion, and the embroideries, fidelity? Thomas b'Ctilt, tlio president that tnincth by the stulT WarrcM, Ta. If drs. sassdust or possdercd ilieiitiin'.l.m, uervous beadtcbo, tlio heart, Cheer up, men and women of unap- lined. effects of laRriic, nlpltatlon of the board solely because of its association and the robes, tur- of the Pennsylvania rnilroad, going up and the i Gentlemen MASS., DOHAID KENNEDY, cf ROXBURY, charcoal can be obtained svlth which Bis yet- - aire fct Hprtng I ttok a tereiTi with that poor fellow's extraordinary bans, and the cloaks ot an at death to rrelcve front liod his desti- preciated services. You erss ill get your to fill thn alrvncc in the ssnll and roof, palrt and s.ilk)s oouiptexkins. that tired When ny, was no better know n in that hour reward, if not here, her-iftnsultliiK from ncrtous prswtratlon; all Cftl.1, ssllh-l- t M'lUisl 1H HIT IHI.).'. I IS) )lllil ' Hat dltfoitrfJ In one of our common Imperial ndveuturc. Cleveland Leader. wardrobe. The ban However, if "my lmtluMd the from sltUUsl humors la and spit I4.hhI that cure every quet has gone on until the banqueters than was known Inst night tlio brake-ma-n Charles Wcslcv comes up tossjudgment, mi much the Iwttrr.nre made tight,the diseases iiM'ti as scrofula, chnuilo rrfslp-ei- . uUrmcd itUiul we. untiltnkl him Iq to ssas pjsluteweeJta temrjyHie worst SaoluU I the so the blood, hou4 f PI mi's tkmJcf llumcr, from tn rtta who, on the Kric railroad, was nnd tho thousands of sou s Inch svero wnlls of weak and stupid and are maudlin and drux sltnv ami grt ran u Initio ot .Isittta. U r ttmnrin etc. Tlmy nro also a speclflo ts.itlisvtl li furs) for t'misuiiiptkm. Ho did o, and by UVV II h.i tried It In over eleven hundred indecent and loathsomely drunk. What jammed to death amid the ear coupl- wafted into glorv thp n.'h Ins songs thnt the nlr bctssrenhasiioelrculntlon, Me Shndc troubles vull.ir to females, such as sup theM me I IhuI taken il contents aooonllii.r ings "As his part is that goeth down shall bo enumerated, lit- ill take hit they are n good a time it is now for David and his men lrrwicitaritte, nml all forms of UidnnHkm I ssus very piikIi lie t3e,iiKi prser faileJ eePtliitiocaet Troubled my daughter. At times her to swoop on them. q the Knglish lost to the battle, so shall his part be that throne. Then John UcOcy ill come tree growing on the south side of the svoflHiio.ss. In mea Uses efles't a radleuUmre then btsticht tsvo ihoixi bottles,better they (Mil Unirulfr humor.) Heliatnowln hit ami up to judgment, nnd after hit name icehouse nssist It. Such u house ii In all oa.se artsluit front mental worry, cured me. tarrleth by the stuff head would bo covered with scabs and the battle of llannockburn, because rossetthm over tsvo hwiJrcd critllK.HfS first, hut In the overwork, or excets ot stliaU-ve- r Once for thirty-si- x hours we expect- has been mentioned Inc nnection svlth ronirwlmt naturts. In fact, sso could Iwinlly Veep houo svlth-nu- t I of lis value, alt ssilliiti twenty miles of ruunlng sores. We wcro afraid alio would tho night beforo they wcro in wassail -- C! become I'lso's t'urc forCvatmnptlan. My ed every moment to go to the bottom the salvntion of the mil nni of souls long run will cheap. It ought Dr William' Pink Tilt are wlj by an" NK)K. blind. and bibulous celebration, sshllo the of the ocean '1 he waves struck through brought to (loil thro ,'h t io Moth- - to ssork ssell in the dry, subjeci to cottfth oerr Winter, Hilton. VenJpol.ilcardlr fZf-Z- T dealer, er will ts scat ol vikl en receipt awl beIssav iwthlsa: aand Ira Im tried es cry A benefit it al wj t e.sixriMKfsl Irom the l"o bad to Iirea Scotch were in prayer. So the Syrians i prico f.Vl cents box nr sit far tmslk-liH- f o lh4 mutkell help dim firt bottle, anJ n perfcit cureissiarrinted her iu a dark room. were overthrown In their carous- the skylights, and rushed down into odism which he fou Jed lie will roils of thr Panhandle nt Trxns. The of ;. liv mWirsslHc aHr Wllltawa' boxes Medleina coutih be ice should Went In blocks, and stacked L' rV llut his uhen the rtsht qu.tutity l lahen. as doe 1'lso'a Uure throne So Chedor-lnom- cr the hold of the ship, and hissed against take als by the Israelites. tady, N Y. . You way pstbibili the above if vou so deWhen the lunc are affected It caue and his tumy were overthrown the boilers. It was nn awful time, but tsvecn the tsvo thron -- s of Charlo In willd, like bricks, to lie pried njiart n Wl 3Vk tir-j? a sire. shooting pah, like needle passing , tea. IKulUrltr ' in their carousar by Abraham and his by the blessing of Ood, and the faith- Wesley und John Weil. thcro svlll be ssnnted. T. V. Munson, in Hnrnl Ness Very truly throuth thrm; the same tilth the I Iveror Some old peoplo never pretend to men. So. in our civil war, more than fulness of tiie men in charge, we came a throne higher than r her on which Yorker. Mat. I) i in Iott. UasieV. hit It causeJ by the ducts brW les. who ssith 'imxI all night They get up fully atay in once the battle was lost because one of out of the cyclone, and we arrived at shall sit Susannah ine stopped, arJ alwavt ditappeart In I'.pworth rec drlaklncUs-gvtt- r half a dozen times and en svsnderintAnrHTLR of Jailbird svere WHY THE SILO PAYS. the generals was drunk. Now is the home. Kach one before leaving tho maternal consecration ii alter takinj; It. Head sshen one ot IHm limk tt Ins urekthe stom.ich It foul or the laW. ulll those tsvo mound ssith light in their hands. bilious It time for David and his men to swoop ship thanked Capt. Andrews. I do tory, Lincolnshire, If ssalih "llks me"' etistvlHinl hlsnston HraMins sVtilrh Shnulil Appral In lli looking for the origin of noises, to iro Isheil cow panlen, "veu'st) got a watch'" c;ue ssjueutdsh fcelliiRS at firtt. upon these carousing Amalekitcs. not think there was a man or woman souls on their triumphant mission ot ' OikkI hrne nt Hra.lrr. what time It I, nml on a half doren "loks like It" "Awl bow tun.li did It No chance ot diet ever necessary. Eat Some of tho Amalekitcs are hacked that went off that ship without thank- sermon and song throu "h all follosvlng Until rsery farmer has a silo, It is in other pretexts. If jou feol like it. a day mat svilt be for cst soul" "Six mMlh.' Washington the best you can get, and enough ofbedto pieces on (he spot, some of ing Cnpt. Andrews, and when, years ages. Oh, BUr. orsler to prenrh the silo, sosseWg those around tile lion.e at ti lf Ii t svllli Dote, one UMeSpoonful In water at them are just able to go staggering after. 1 heard of his death, I was im many who rocked hrikUan cradlet who his to silos to ssith us If sse ymsr night clothes lkiplny around svt,d patched SSIien irrlnllra Seam ) time. i..!J tv all DruKlst row. anil hiccoughing off the Geld, some ot pelled to ivrlle alcttcr 61 condolenco svlth sscary foot, nnd garments and darned socks M'in to repent )oHr Unccs, It i an Indication you aro And tho lacks grow scunt and tllvrir. We began to giro them craw on camels and speed oft In to his family in Liverpool I'vcrybody Thw Great ago ciime tm svhnt nn nss ful lot of preaching notas To retard of hhs niiig nt you uct to be. Chia her Hood's the distance. David and his men gather rccognired the gnodnes, the courage, and out of a small income mado the uad ameUnnto tbrso Is ouocf tliebCHlRti ft KIDNEY, and soon vo together the svardroben, tho Jewels the kindness of Cant. Andrews, but it children comfortable tor the nter. it tnkrs to anse n Xesv sinners, anil hnse cago Tltnrs-llerald- . llillri-s- , umnl fenof svhkli tun patience; or tlo lietter, help us spread Iciiie to saw that slie was better In every rtsnoct. and put them upon the back of camels, occurs to me now that we never sreil ami InHnu satire LIVER &. Am t'ailealrahla Spt- CANADIAN PIRATES. the truth. It fo sntrnu aud Invurerant sort at a Tho sores liavo now all healed. I liait a and into ungons, and they gather to thanked the engineer. lie stood away V2JBK? A suburban as nhovv. rcthlrnt a teihlcncy to rlieumatl-v- i s nod I SA.BSL The silo store assay corn mum severe titlark of tlio ftnp, whs left la bud gether the sheep and cattle that had down in the daikncss amid the hissing lher Infrtt till MrulM uf llrlla ULnUUCtl .I at f"1 iMHintktki, Impnivea dliretlon, rrvttlU-- til 1 . roudltlon with muscular rheumatism and been stolen, nnd safi-rune mid more permanently than nnj Ing off hi home lo a visitor, nnd on(Vi nml overcome malaria, A svluc-- ( - VJ3 I. title I'luiiUrr Ktraura Thun start back toward the furnaces, doing his wholo duty. Nolumbago. Hlnce taking brought hi rulogkstlc remark to n retiring promote slumber In no other part of tho worltl per-- i other plan. Silnge i prnctlenUy fire- close svlth till statement: garrison. Yonder they come, yonder body thanked tho engineer, but Ood li flR.VCj C3 A t!V0 4rUMf,M of proof, nnd ss ill keep in the silo indefithey come. Thaj limping men of tho recognized Ins heroism, and his con- haps is there ueli a daring ga -sve never have even a touch ot "And Doai Mr. HonrrsnjboBlsvavs feels Dr. KllmorfiiCo Olnghamton, N. V, tinuance, and his fidelity, and there pirates as that which infests the si rails nitely I am all ngiit and cm walk around garrison come out and greet them with like a Hh ontot water wit. a he Is wi h me ' t orn can lie made Into silage nt less malaria here." out doors without tho uld of .ruMios." ss ild huzza. The Ilible says David sa- will be just as high reward for tho en- of llelle Isle, the narrosv passage i orth "Don't oii7' inquired his friend, Cora "Tben you so hooked Llia, liaveu't rlDISSU '''WHISKY Sttlurare4. Mh.I W. il AnriUNT. Albion. Indiana. gineer who worked out ot sight ns the of Nesvfouudland, by which luted them. cieno than it can le presents! in nnj pityingly. "What do you use a an ex- you I"- - Harper a lUur. captain who worked on the bridge of That is, he asked them how they all in the summer months rear tho ii her form. Hood's Pills euro ail Iirrr Ills cuse for taking a drink of svhltky octtitaAaiAaatiaiaVAaaViaiAalaiatAaiaVtsakaataiAaiaVs I were. "How Is your broken arm?" tho ship in the midst of the howling Oulf of St. I.asvrcnco from Ku rop. The silo preaerses Hlwolutely all casionally?" Pittsburgh Chronicle "As his part is that goeth Some of them llvo a good part o' this Imt the roots of the corn. tempest. . SSSS3SSS!SSSS2)- "How is your fractured jaw?" "Has down Patn often con- Telegraph. bo year on Hello Mo Itself, but o hers to the battle, so shall his part the stiffened limb been nnlimbcred?" . Sllnge can be made In tho suncciitmtcn nil A Kil can foal Id girl's mother ns lo "Have you had another chill?' ''Arc that tarrleth by tiie stuff." come from Nesvfoundland, Labrador, shine or In rain. Unlike hay, it Is Iti Misery In what wairct bo gets, but ho can't fool her A Christian woman A delicious was seen going New Ilrunssvick, nnd Nova Scotu osyou getting betler?', lie saluted them. of tho weather. father. Atchison Otobo. XTao Hut now cntno a very diflicull thing, along the edge of a wood, every even- tensibly toengago in the fisheries iut ' When corn Is rendy for the silo, It 7u want to faal It cues- - P dish of " I OIL ii,.S.w "" the distribution of the spoils of the tide, and the neighbors In the country in reality on the lookout for what they tlo-r:..,. is but little funn work pressing. OATMEAL THE MARKETS. 4 ittiajtsyajismaisgsti victory. Drive up those laden camels did not understand how u mother with can loot and steal from ships Id disssiiaajajiaaaiajitiMajaiaaastaiasiaaP I oru is worth more to the dairy as with tho Who (.hull have the spoils? so many cares aud unxietics should tress. now. CltCts!TI Not a. silage tlinu inntiyothrrssay. FULL Well, some selfish soul suggests that waste so much tlmo as to bo luly saun" 1! Ss u J 10 There are nt least three or four At lenst more corn per LIVE 3 W (t 4 3S Seleel btitrhra these treasures ouht all to belong to tering out evening by evening. It was svrecks every year In tho vlclni'v f nrre nui Iw fed on sllnge than on dried FLAVOR 3 IJ nIM those who had been out in active ser- found out afterward that she went Hclle Isle, and sometimes a great iron corn, 3 .SS OI flood packets stalks or fodder. of tho RIIKKP-tbol- ce 5 Tl .. 1U vice. "Wc did all the fighting while there to pray for her household, and steamship breaks up or runsogrnind od 3 3S io choke turn is fed more contriilrntly as l.AXHS-Oo- ier vrvVt? 3d BEST Kt)Ult-Wlnthese men stayed at home In the garri- while there one evening, sho wrote there. This Is a rich harvest for tno silage 300 iiini Ismllr ti m than In any other form. 'm J ?t?ooui & solooted son and wc ought to hare all the treas- that beautiful hymn, famous In all pirates They swarm about the s reck a treJ.. v Sllnge Is of mot snluo sshen fed No. Sred There's room for a little more of it. n n ages for cheerlnj Christian hearts: ures." Hut David looked into the OATS and help themselves to evcrytmn' In combiiintion with Coru Sa rinlirfl :h other food richer T . to Oils Na t The capToo many women arc wasting time worn faces of these veterans who had a o I love to steal awhile iirir can only bo mado with Mb that they can lay hands on. 8 in protein. It is not a complete food. rtjsNVJ 7-J- s it m Promoter) cum tier Inz car J. stayed In the garrison, and he looked 'i', tain and cress s of such ships In disIf AY Prime lo rholre an m ; nib-bin- jr and strength over a wash-boar- d 1. (living to ItH Miirculence nnd TOIIACCO WrJIumleat Ami spend the h"ura of uttlne Jjj. U 10 ti) around and saw how cleanly everyit tress havo usually all they can li to In humble (rjtcful prjttr 13 10 UI4 Onod let liulkincHx. silage is the Itest knots n subtheir cloth:s to pieces ; wasting their thing had been kept, and ho uiv that save their lives from this treachf r.nis ritOVISlON-Mr- ss pork till 31s the baggage was nil safe, nnd he Shall there bo no reward for such coast, without concerning themsolsr stitute for green gruf. nnd Is therefore money. You'll be astonished if you could IIUTTKIt- -4 hotceilslrv . . saluable ns u sslnter food. everlasting serv with tho fate of their cargoes, elioulil a :li 3 knev that tlicso wounded nnd unpretending, yd t'rtnie locbolrrcrtNimrrr. ai Jerscs llulletin. figure up the actual money saving- in a MADE OP THE crippled men would gladly enough ice? AI'l'Kl-l- Vr they venture to remonstrato svlth tn-i m a bbl I 26 I bl IfJTAIOKS-- Kf Clear back in the country there is a highsvaymen of the sea for the freeaim have been at tho front If they year by the use of Pcarhnc. Millions Hellish tjinclosviirrs NKW VORIC had been uble, and the little boy who wonts to go to collcgo and dom svlth which they help thetnsencs DY SPECIAL PROCESS. f) general looks up from under his hel- get nn education. They call him a JAWESCU'S of women are using it now, but just How many fnrmens nml others, too, rfJt'ItWliitcr paleal 140 n sto to other people's- - property, they UllAIN-Wn- rftt fitalnorth'rn met and tava: "No, no, let us have bookworm. Wherever they find him bo laughed at for their pains, as un s.hoso plnce. nre dcKtitiite of fruit and YEARLY SALES 20,000,000 LBS. Nik I red ss Tut ... . suppose that all women were equally it 11 fair play;" ami he rushes up to ono of in the barn or in tho house ho is read- the captain of tho ssrecked Steomsh.p shade trees? Again, liosv ninny rentetl OOKNNo tjnlicd eJ? careful ami thrifty, and that every una ::i ay ait osocias 'Vhat a pity it is," they Mexico, a fosv days ago. Capt. I'alv pltues nre devoid of trees of nil kinds? IsJIlK New tr.l soid these men and he says: "Hold your ing u book. 4lfi ern hands together," and the hands nro sny, "that Ed can not get nn cduca-ton.- " arrived from the scene of tho wreck of lias the Inndossner ever stopjicil to one used Pcarlinc! It's too much IN B. UIH PACKAGES. His father, work as hard as he his ship ,'lli tho most startling inCHICAGO thnt n small orchnnl. it fesv yunl together, and he fills them with hld to hope for but the whole country MUSCATINE OATMEAL CO. silver. And he rushes up to another will, can not more than support tho scription of his) expericnco svlth tlio trcisn round every tenement house, svlll VIJOUH -- Winter rtnls ... 8 00 Q M l MVU would be the richer for it. N MUSCATINE, IOWA. grently enhance tho snlue, nttruct nnd ft man, who was sittlag away buck and family by the product of tho farm. pirates. ts t iss, Na t Chicago sprint J WHO had no idea of getting any of the Ono night VA has retired to his room ltold a 1m iter eluss of tenants, make life COftS-COMPOUND Daly endeavored to make termswlth unscrupulous rroctrt fcilJIcit .'. Cini"1 tell you "ami tome good as" or "the tamewill 9SS9SS9SS9 spoils, and throws n Habylonish gar- ana tlicrc Is a Inmlly conference noout . tll0 captains of the lishlnir schooners ;uore enjojnhle nnd that, too, at IMTSNO : O 1' this Is at at t ItJIlK J " OC11U. Tlii. LittAit anvf UKnMt ... ...... tOK 3AYIM0 TMl 4 ttHKt: LAUU-Ste' j OJ 5 67HU Traillne is fills his hand with li . m l'eaillne." IT'S FALSE ment over him and that swarmed nbout'the wreck for tho no cost. We tell yau,tlioi-- is a YHMovT (HJirToTUi IL never pcdillei,anil if yovr groter tends gold. And he rushes up to another svlsh you svould send KA to col saving of the cargo, but 'by I'rWh UALTlMOnr- JJctCK ureal, deal of selfishness: A: look UMTilPstfmOmHutDt t M HA TTV.tl Virt man who had lost all his prop lege; if you svlll, sve svllljvoil: harder in his face, saying that; sbad and seo hosv stingy nnd selfish new TOPtK. ; it something in placo of I'earllnt. be honest itn4 .V WneaCKal,;.";; M o mi m make to tako ejerythingthaty - HXij., t Jnftuy.aro wJOi their i.siwnU.niuloftcn-.than wc ever did, erty In serving God nnd his ' The logic is the hsvrultn-ru.uia- 4 ftnunlrtf v.nrl ufftrm ntlll hf. llrlviv ,i . - - . . ; m V''r'r'V-a'V-ar''VaT' pA7srf-,j.ia.ic- fnrln nmtw)iiiw."ri;3il'BVmer aaR f. Mast ,,..,, nil Cll itanoeo...,,.,., . somo """" tinHnin"oiuiBwcaui''iin brought hired help; nlthough I hscWaa strong faced charactcr.of tllo'rt 1 .gU K,, j,j uwny nd u t janyopumvc" OISU ot the sheep that they had on ly them, lialy tor i 00 twi. proof tiie use j selfish ns to reserso nil, yrsall tlio rU VfLK l'lr.t nulll FcYn gctvalorjg IW o too . . . FOR O.NU WRAPPP.R OP . . . back from the Amalekitcs, aud ho as I used to be, I think went "aboard ono schooner ftjlmo fruit produced, denying even this to lluas Western of The Indianapolis. gives two or three of the cattlo and without any hired help." The father when It svas deserted by a'fjvj&Sa tiie tenant . Lnndosvners osve their tenM a tsi three or four of the sheep to this poor says, "Well. I think by husking' corn woman. Ho suspected that.Vmre ot DeU)NG Corn Na S ml ie1 n FRUTTI man, so he shall always be fed aud nights I can get along svltAout any as- his effects wcro concealed oriibiird, ants and public generally n duty lv Oata No. mlied O to planting nt least it moderate quantlt Patent IX)IM9VII.I.K clothed. He sees a man so emaciated sistance." Sugar is banished from tho Tho svoman protested that there svas Send us two two-cestamps for postage. These dolls have nxjyrt-wlo- ur n nalenl ... and worn out and sick he needs stim- table, butter Is banished from tho nothing svlmtcver there belonging to of trees. Thix Is n ss ise pulillo ollcy. Hook and Eye. -o '" changeable licnds. No two dolls drc.tscd alike. ulants, and ho gives him a little of the plate. Thnt family U put down on him. He insisted upon a scar h and (J. 1'. Hobnnls, in Ornnmcntnl Trco OIlAtN Wheat Na t rel U 3llt SDrn fined Urosvlng. rigid, yea, suffering economy that tho found nailed to. the bulkhead ti o porwine that ho brought from tho A N. v., ADAMS & SONS CO., ",J "" '"-'- J". PO!tH-- Mi UlOtu Smthat Yonder Is a man who has no boy may go to.college. Tlmo passes trait of his vylfo nnd children sihlch aaaiicui! 'ajlf k.ll I.AED-bU- ir. ............. I II, III O TM llut lines tin I.Ike 117 appetite for the rough rations of thn Commencement day has como. Think had been taken from his cabin ConTbV-- ' " army, and lie gives him a rare morsel not that I mention an imaginary case. tinuing tho search ho found a mall iii:t in Tin: woitLD. from the Amalekitlsh banquet, and Ood knows il happened. Commence hatch battened dosvn, and upon openthe 00 cripplod and maimed and aged ment day has como, and tho professors ing it found thirteen bugs of i lathing soldiers who tarried on garrison duty walk in on tho stago in their long belonging to his shipwrecked nllors Blahttdioa 7t S (ret just as much of the spoils of battle gowns The Interest of the occasion Shipping men feel that it is an outrage ivj-ADsLoatBro as any of the 00 men that went to the Is passing on, and after a whllo' it upon foreign a well as Canadian PNUdslpoU. QT. tJMtoMWll buMsYt comes to a climax of Interest as the shipping of such a gang of pirates to front, "As his part is that gocth down CnQtYiiAYs. Vittsjs' . , . . ft to the battle, so shall his part be that valedictorian Is to bo Introduced. I'd be permitted at largo in tantdlan r r t X oAVOTa VirUU UMWWs: has studied so hard and svorked so well waters to prey upon the commerce of tarrleth by tho stuff." "Rest sarsapatillas." When ou tliinkof it how contradictory upon tho world, and wonderthat justice svas The impression is abroad that the that ho has the honor conferred World's hair I IIIUMUST AWARD. i Tttn RltlNO SUN that term h. For there can be only one best In anything one best Christian rewards are for thoso who him. Thcro are rounds of applause, not meted out to them long ago Thus BTOVU POUSII la wiwv ia jvjirrt is. , Utg.Jafrw sarsap.irilh, as there is one highest mountain, one longest river, one doconspicuous service in distinguished totnctluies breaking into vociferation. calces for (rntnl - w Wir.-i-atfar no nttempt svhatcver hu been S.- iTtTr tiVsftiatwiMr Llncklogof adova, ? deepest ocean. And that best sarsaparilla is rjri jr places great patrlotsgrcat preachers, It is a great day for Kd. Hut away made to bring these marauders to jusThere's tte P&fC-S'-- ? Tltn SUN PASTB great philanthropists Hut ray text back in the galleries are hit ulsters In tice, Wcro a gunboat to be sent dosvn the rub I Yon can measure mountain height and ocean depth, but POLISH (er a niilea; sett forth the Idea that there Is just at I' their plain hats and their fuded shnsvls, - to the straits, ns many ivuh, it svould lineo man Is mado uf "dust," sshtch, svhen how test sarsaparilla? You could, i( you were chemists. Hut then, altcr.dlanar snlac, applied aud pcC father and moth- bo dodged quite easily by the fast sailmuch reward for a man that stays at and tho do you need to test it? The World's Fair Committee tested it, and With water It la blent. lihed svlth cloth. i Prescribed by Physicians homo and minds his osvn business, nnd er dear me. tho has not had a new ing, light draught, fishing, wrecking, It simply "mud." why this mnn, then, flfors llroa., I'rops., Cantos, Mas., V.H.., thoroughly. They went behind the label on the bottle. What did years, ho not had a now who, crippled and unablo to forth hat : tho gulf, Relied on in Hospitals and lead in great movements goand in coat for sixsix years has they get up and smuggling schooners of possessed la In his element, -- I A. W llulletin. this sarsaparill.t test result in? Fvcry make of sarsaparilla shut out and for with tho In tlrnato knowledge of the Fair, except Ayer's. So it was that Ayer's was the only the high places of the earth, docs his and look over on the platform, and by tholr cresvs of the bays and .vet of : Depended on by Nurses whole duty just where lie is Oarrison they laugh nnd they cry, nnd they sit the coast 1'runlnf Ilia Tninntii Vlnra. . sarsaparilla admitted to the World's Fair. The committee found it Oomparatlscly fesv jwojilo prune 1 duty is as important and remunerative down, nnd they loolt pale, and then Somo day tho pirates svill encounter the best. They had no room for anything that was not the best. Endorsed byTIIE-PRES- S; u to vines mainly becniisn It is too service at the front. hit part they aro very much Hushed. IM gets a as "At captain nn.l crewnta And ns tho best, Ayer's Sarsaparilla received tlio medal nrM awards jiuch trouble. Tho crop seldom sells so the garlands, and tho Is thnt goeth dosvn to the battle, svrcclf, fortteamthlp men due its merits. Remember the word " best " is a bubble any breath W will flirntfth dntsHo.t.. .. r inn TheBEST prepared FOOD; sliall hit part be that tarrleth bv tho ' group in tho gnllery huve their full they havo to expect hero know svhat .'or high prices, and to put much lubor Tin svlll' can blow; but there arc pins to prick such bubbles. Those others They have bo u dcspcintn fight, for the ro aharo of the triumph. FUTSor, a oxbtt Cut tlnn lnanjpo. htufl." C Sold by DBUOOISTA CVCKYWMURU I pirates in It lessens the chance for profit. ....... nu, vciowquotcaprKcsror tsma. are blowing more "best sarsaparilla " bubbles since the World's Fair John Carla 4t Sonf. New York. f Suppose you give to two of yourclill- - made that scene possible, and In the ore svcll armed, and on Miur of tlitflr Some recunt experiments, a writer Hnys, MtfVUt,u(Wt,ltUtfUUVtUW1UVlif A.N. KULLOflO NEWSPAPER CO., fully rewurd smuggling expeditions th.-- t uara al- ihosv lht tho pruning Is not a benefit pricked the old ones, True, but Aycr'n Sarsaparilla has tho medal. drcn errands, and they nre to go off to day when Ood shall m-gsj all made for others Ho will ready engaged t o uroisx ot tim . .- make purchases, nnd to one you give jut rather nn Injury. It lessens the The pin that scratches the medal proves it gold. The pin that '1Q lClinHtroot, dnolnni.tl. one dollar aud to the other vou trlvo gtte grand nnd glorious recognition. revenue cutters N IuiTaiIs. pricks tho bubble pioves it wind. Wc point to medals, not bubTPrTyawiItnip. Tatua Uoud. Cm iff 83a Do you reward tho boy you gavo "At his pnrt It thut gocth down to tho jjun. iroji mid tlocH not iiiukc It curlier, (in Is A. N K.- -Ii Best Couth iliilmrd. ,Tho tomato needs all tho 1677 ' fm bles, when we say t The best sarsaparilla is Ayer's, MM la lima. 8UI W 4rnnl'. atal The longest pier In mce i,aldta ruses it has to perfect Its fruit. When S50 to for purchasing more svlth that ' battle, so shull Ills part bo that tar HHfN SVIMTINU 111 tnvMiriieiit bo that of Vluturiu, at Moutrejl pTltt t Is injured by otuto beetle liivrn M.r.nti amount of money than tho other ! rloth by the stuff." the " Tret not, yo oed oucs Just tat r feet one with dol iv purchased Is wntery antl Inferior. !rult Mr. SHARKS. Tarrltila 1'llcht of a rortntnetn I lilier. DY SURROUNDED Tin DISABLED. d sol-dler- a, Clod Of course not If give rtralth, or social position, or eloquence, or twenty times tho faculty to a man that He gives to the ordinary man, is lie going to glvo to tho favored man a reward because he has more power and more Influence? Oh, no. In other words, if you utul I were to do our whole duty, and you have twonty times more talent than have, you will get no more divine reward than I will, Is Ood going to reward you because ho gave you more? That would not bo fair, that would not bo right 00 men of tho text who fainted by the brook llcsor did their wholo duty) they wntched tho bnggnge, they took care of tho stuff, and they got as much of the spoils ot victory ns tho men who went to the front. "As his part is that go- etn nown to me lialtle, so sliall ills part be that tarrleth by the stuff. There is high encouragement in this for alt who hao great responsibility nnd little credit for what they do. You know the names of the great commercial houses ot theso cities ! you know tho names ot the confidential clerks tho men who have tho key to the safe, tho men who know tho combination lock? A distinguished mer chant goes forth nt the summer water- id no tiastirs past and you say .. io is that?" "im.- - rcnlU's some one, "iloit I sou know? 1 lint Is larf y 1 "t IwM Powder rWRE s i v ' d d s . manl-festr- 1 I roix-ntlj- I WJ r-.. sSt": fffe SsW - .-... , i .--- e MC'fD' ' I 3T J rail-roa- .is tin-icc- -- -- v lt, - : 1 - - 1 KENNEDY'S feci-In- c Scrofula from Infancy fr MM-- - cxiM-nslse- wcll-drnlm- - (l 1 sts-te- ii T-- ssnn-derlii- r 1 Sarai-pnrtll- llMstelter-s.Hi.UMa.- $wgm r Hood'9 Sarsaparilla -- . RHEUMATISM """" ' ST. JACOBS oa one-thlr- tl ll'Mrv-Comro- on National ll7i iltAIN-Whfil-- .Sa . :i VVVassaaa j l. a FriendsOatsl FINEST OATSJ 2-L- . ai sty w? se OATS-Mu- con-shi- I.AllO-West- ., . -- mm ttmM N '.!-- Na pnic-tlcnl- ly sm. l onfth; 's: j.. n -- ,. 01 ti. it EICHT PAPER DOLLS PEPSIN TUTTI OUAIN-Whtsl-- No. X X ADAMS' - nt mill-cklte- s. IV hump? tc098ooeea)ttti -- Bubbles or Medals. .... mmstMWi tfir aiVi c v V ,FFrWrrrrrMVr9lt IMPERIAL y RANUM -r J ."' -- .T-- I to-3- LIVE ..., STOCK svell-arme- d r... iIu gov-inmc- nl ! HHIINUHIHIMIMIMIIHIHHIHIUHHNi 13 I