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'.1 Lt7..''lffiW vjP- - MMMRMTOWHtffiWiM'lTJfMf u.-i-- fi r Etrm. y Tjr i rariftfiM2gCSfi!UVnras s fS, J-MaK-WIU.iTiW- ' '(""' X7iW? ffT. . ''"tx. -- j.1, . ' ,mEttwtHmiMflm' -- .' ""tgiiayg gM.w" . '" " " - r- '''.3 ii eii- .V - "l. G 1 - , . - .- ir. - , j,V -- .O y .. ,twj? 7- - . K&t,y() K o -- "ft. i- THE HICKMAN COURIER. PubllAlieft Every Friday by GEORGE Offlca-Jafli- .on WARREN, ( Hickman, Kentucky. Street neit door to City Hilt THE ESTABLISHED 1859.. TROUBLE IN TIEN TSI.v.CHINA I'urrlen I'l.fl. Ao'inlillnc Tlirre Ailm. Urwry Dlrrrlril In Hrtill Ilia I'mlrcl eil I'rula.r llaltluuirtal Oner. -- i . HICKMAN COURIER f. . . -- y " FINE WITH - cP-PRINJIN- en 'KxiccrrjTKo IEATHE3B AID DISPATCH. 'j1 , anonon warren, JAR 0. WKARN, : i:,m r Editor. As,ttnnt &. - ' THE OLDEST NEWSPAPEK Iff XVESTEjiy KENTUCKY. : ' " . . - - ..7 ... H ... - . ,. SALE BILLS. " . . n i , rfr l'rlr.o of Subscription, $1.00 IIICfcMAN, PULTON COUNTY, KY?, FRIDAY, THE II EVACUATION Hint It lij- - OC'i A HUGE SCHEME. i.arjrctit Combination of Capltitl in tbo JlUlory of tlio Cuunlry Proposed. It la llrlng Engineered In tleveland-An Altrinpt iu Unlie.tll r.illlull.ln, Armur flu I. anil (luifM.klnf In. terr.l. Into On. I;iiilelr, EgMilS. . : BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ETC, ETC. ' T XI mV. :m - affi.L- ARRESTED. 1 A TIDAL STORM. Tlio rAwInmls SurrouinHiiff Snvnnnah Aro Under Water for illlc?. OF CUBA. liar llrrn Ao-- It Thought Will compllihed III. Ileglnnlnc of Ih Hew Year, It Mot bnon.r. inj ,ii HI.ol. Host X'pwcrfitt (Hf i.M ' -- .v-.-- .'. TcweUef ill! N4. . Cir.vri.ANii. O..OcU i An crenlnj; imjiur ny$i' Oho of tlio tnoil Klgmitlc I'rojvctn for thu comblnntlon of cajiltal i DftitK " land Ship llullirinc la Dr. (latlinp. tho famous Imnitor of un, hm been here In conference v 1th other men iu the deal III new Invention, the lininenaogun li1ch Mai ca.t In ono pine ul llio Oil. .toil Morks lm excitnl ilUeuulon In the prlralo cou lerencTH, liio forclpnera who the city wcro taken to the Otl ork and cxamliitsl the big plant carefully, Arimtronp, the inrcnlorof the gnu "lilclilnar III nnlnc, liu nlso Iwi lien. Andrcv) Carnegie U(ino of the chief men In the negotiation. The new combine may need hu nrmor ' pinto factory. no-.- r liobcrl V:iare In the ct with crerl of the forj;nera who rUlted tlct.-laiid- , ho return he w ill atop In San IranrUco. and thk pniprletora of the Union Ironwork,, which built tho famous, battle ahlp wxegon, win io approachrd at to tU-iu- d 1 xinllo tlis xnrhlji-bllrtlnlntcrct nnJ (lie armor plulo utitl puiftnaklnR lntcrvtk tt tlu world Into 0110 prcot kyndiratr, wliow fnctorlr .lmll lu nrnr CliiTclnntL Men of Intorna-tioun- l reputation In tho Unnnclal sad worW aro In the ilcnL All niniiDiT forrlcnrrtof health and rank liore been qnlotly Tlkitlng Cicp land. Tllclr trolnj: Hud coming lm lx;en kepi at myaterlnut n otlilp. They liato avoided liotelt, fenrliiff publicity j;lvcn tlielr plana. It i, thnt etery ahln build Inc. C"" uinkinnnil nrmor pluto itialc liif Ilrm In lliv United Statea tittt been In tho uogotlutlnnv Tho projector, claim they run ratio a capital or One of tlielr fond drioin. which may or mnv not become a re- nllly, Ii VaU to 1 the ecunnt;of a canul ffmri thu prent laUea to the iea, all on United Mttea territory The yard for building uar ahlp could thru be luvatcd on the Uko. Atnnnif tho Clevolnndrra ttlio nre In the deal In mid to bo CoL Myron T. Ilcrrlck, prculdont ol tlit) Society of and Uob-ir- t Wallace, prraldcnt of the CIotc jr twinuf-iclurlnjr Mnif oniflnccroJ In tills city. It U notlilii In, than nu iittompt to l!n? W t;.ktV?tfy gineered many ileal, for Carnegie, w vhc thcr hrrjinjyjwe.jntu.thc,dcal. Up Itljnols Is .still1 s5 designed tbatshe wfg )e aide to' enter1 'apy harbor open toBie smaller battle ships, while In UiCihattcr of speed she will rank with aiir.of them. Vie dimensions of tho Illinois arc MlfoHows: Length on load water Ufi 38S feet; beam, extreme, 7J feet great tidal storm of lfcaa IhocoDdl-tlon- a public nebes; 'draft on normal displace- now nre slinllnr to those during I "f 11,325 ton,, S3 feet 0 Indies. BRUNSWICK, GAIS FLOODED. that storm. On in; to the subMl liaum displacement, all ammu- merged country and isothe On. Tlmii.inil llnu.ra .ml Blorr. Il.ni- - lated location of the islands i in and store, on board, 1U,S2 tons; no Cil- - Ih. rrniirrlr I.".. lit 1'unt loium indicated horse power (csti- now can bo hnd from llicui l lUir Slllllon Ilnll.rs jd), 10,000; probable speed, 10 until the water anbsldcs. for eight . formal cual supplr. 00 tons, miles north of Savannah tho entire Sava.n.naii, Co., Oct. Mornsupply, loose storage, 1,200 tons. ing Xcw scorrrspondunt at Ilrunswlck, country is n lake with only the ham- :f main battcrr will consist of 0a., has tiled tho following bulletin at brcrchJloadlng1 rifles in UiiaUj, liu.t Ilrunswlck nnd Its vicin born balanced turrets, oval in tttt- - WAXt. ii ity flooded and Inundated; a thousand mMMICcmtl THAT tlltlt VirlltJ Ttlt? mnnilMi rr iiir, hi in .wu.a.uwvM auw rnuui. sue kunuubi ur and plawU in tho center lfno'of houses and stores damaged; one-harapid-fi- re vessel, and 14 million dollars property los, und list. ..Tho secondary battery will of iJead, now nuall, Is Increasing. rapid-fir- e 1st of 10 guns. Three thnuMiml people sought rofugo rapid-flr- c guns, t"'0 from rUlng waters and to Mocks fn gun.,, and two Held guns, the heart of city was under six feet of wacarry four torpedo tube. Tho 13-ter fur t5 hours. 1 left on special train (pins havo an ate of firo of .IS! with two operators nnd Instruments, rees on each slue of .tho ccn to tap wire. Struck an opening horc .Mine, an ar and the and liellcve 1 am the onlv newsnarer 00 degrees on the broadside, man that got out of Ilrunswlck, with the advantage of those on the story of greatest Hood since tho ca r deck of a direct flro ahead and Island affair. Seventy miles of wreckro. Any Injury to or near cithct ed country Just passed throng), llavo gufl", will bo con- co left two men in Ilrunswlck penetratl to Its own compartment, as a ing woods and Islands Iu boats. They splinter bulkhead separate! are Instructed to leave Ilrunswlck of these guns from its neighbor. Mundav night and coins until they armor belt, which cxteuds from i j5f reach ms with the story of Monday's 'stem to abaft the after turrot, lstc ridrvtnpmtnts. ?Pe iVj menes A tnicu nt U tSiVf r- i , inches thick ut tho ino top ana-tvn ArM.ima in bottom, ex.aa- -i 1 Fif F Kl- -I . MOB'S WORK IN CIltMPIllf nt tho forward end, where it BsVL JO .RVTs'A-- i J v 3 l ' BsT le tapered to four inbhes at r.tr.lcn.r., Iiirlatllng Am.rlr.n., Ar. Sub- ' stem. This licit armor will ex- )ct Iu D.ltr Iii.uIi.AII tnr.lgn.rt 'from foUr ftct.below tho normal IU(.r.QA.J)oi !! &' . 4 HlVgav to II. I ll.ruila.lrU inline ,to Ihreo andv 'one-hai n. Tho itale ha, received tho following 'ttblogram from Minister Conger nt About IS I'rr Cub i.f th. Itle.i Crop it IVkln: "l'lieroi no tcrlooi danger Lo.t Much tiMiniia. t. Mopping , ret, but coiialderablo anlety or tho u( It re.r.il in. ' future. The foreign ilcit Ii 'nacin. Lit. Ws Vry w Idlng nt Tien Tain. Some of tho mlu. later are ordering marines to l'ckln Sava.nxaii, Co., Oct.S-K- or 18 hours, for legation guard." from 3 o'clock Sunday morning until 6 It wa atnted Monday rt tirnoon that o'clock Sunday night, S'ovonnah has tho gunbi.at I'utrel, which did such been in the grasp of a West Indian cy. work in tho battle of Manila, hat also clone. During Unit time ftho wind been ordered to China. The Petrel ran blew ateadlly from fifty to seventy go up to tho capital nnd lake enre of mile, an hour. hllo the city escaped Minlitor Conger nnd other AmcrUini. with comparatively little dnmnge,. the Xkw Voiik, Oat. special to the lots of property nmong the aca islands Herald from Washington b,ii: of tho Oeorgln and Koulh Cnrollna Instructions hare Wen xcntbySrcre counts s believed to'bo heavy. For lary ling to Hr, Adm. direct miles In every direction orounll Savan-nn- ti ing him to tend tho protected cruUer tho lowlands along tho rlrcm are '' llaltlmore --.1 oncu to Tlen-TslQilna. submerged. Only one futility has so far been reThis action show a conclusively tho concern felt by the administration at ported the draw uingof a ?'effro while the c.xLtlng condition of nfTnlra In the attempting torench the mainland from Celestial empire. It would seem to In a small island near Thunderbolt but dicate that more sensational Informa- henvy lota of llfo Is feared on the South tion had Iwen received from Minister Carolina srajslnnds, where such fear Conger than tho authorities haramadi) ful los, of llfo occurred during the Wamiixotox, Oct. 1 ll. It. A D.-w- Nkw Yonif, Oct. a A special to tho Herald from Washington saysi If tho pre nnt plans are carried out it is expected that the nvacuatlon of Cuba will hnvo bcon completed by December 31 and the now yenr will scd tho 'American colors raised all over ths island. It Is now believed tho plans wilt bo1 carried out, because ndviccs from tho military commission in UavaiialndU cato that Spain w 111 no longer contend fordcloy. It is said that the trans porta which took tho prlsonera from Santiago will promptly return to Cuba to facilitate a spcedv evacuation 'I hew transports have a capacity of I urn further informed that it 23,000. Is not likely Dint morw'timn m,000 or 75,000 soldier, will return to Spain? The other 10,000 or 00,000 will re main, toy down their arms nnd becomo cltlrens of the island. Tills, it is considered, will bo In no wlso objection-nbl- o to this government Secretary Alger has said that 50,000 or C0.00O United State, troops wilt bo stationed In Cuba, nt point which will probably bo decided tipon within tho net few days. It I, the plan of the administration not to concentrate nny great number of troops iu any one phico. Iho army of occupation will probable cousist of four infantry divisions and one cavnlry'dl-visioThe plan of keeping the 7th Jnry, Wlh H to JfcLnunclKti tued;rf, 308 -- !, - r. m and Othr Trorolnent M.a jjscntca or Ulnr l'altllo Jlone ?T.f Va JVon 7lS"T'Mri; 1,3S oh Eoafl tfnur tin Treasurer Ugoi 'J. fw owl andii.oicttee, or rmsjjurgh.'la-y,iu0Tos, Oct 0. Next 'Tuesday of LlCUt .liov. Lydir. The) Jt O'clock, there will glido oft "the cutl of ontntraev tvftli 3tfi vmk at the yards of tho 'Xeweart .'. tf. - . : . . . easiiiercr &? ''hipbulldbg Ca, the t, moaeytami powerful and'm-iiba&itij mrtt DanK..vjft niume U gccrally effective liittte" ah.',! the. Unfetd States navy. This jvnt Wthe XMRrrs( w liieh Is espcc.tcd by thte nayal . Senator .Qaar and his t a6giji;r a ivortliy odcb,lid-o- 4 from Atlantic .nt to wnom namfe sue uca T C Inehet, SorinUDt- ll.S'iS 1onf,Xoadert,' Ion., lrat BJ Vt.k . test, 5,PHiLirfcrKA, Oct fcutcs-Senato'r- WAfc''' . ... 4. Warrants m t xxxiii. no. w. OAXjZ. AND SKB3 US. rtzvir&wwmtfMzettCrftttii,:!$L l INTERESTING STATE NEWS. i M . -.- .' i t tvere Issued Monday for the rrtsl of rallhow,Quay7' United 1.1. WWitgM1iwWHW,ill ' rm r " -- A . MI ," . .,. tiu;.t ' la.-V- ' Ch'ft'a. ' j K. th Fath.r " Vy,".";',;v - IntfltH sr-- ,of a n0tW,-Q.YM--0lel- 'H.r ' ' " Collins, tha K " CONGRESSMAN-BERRY- . f ; & i JvtLt -- vi.AJ 4 a roond rnT, -. Ktn,--ormer- iy bii-ges- to-b- e n ft Collins, t NKSf,6KK,.Ock a A special ldtbr JtWayCollWa, the Ken Times from Washington gavstr Kepre- Kentucky, )v4ia ltu thlnkr whoTilJt. ,!.'und VcnUllve IJcrryof.v. . .. t tn !&. t. over1 fflveaT aco: drowned Kairsiwlnm aked what position .the j a.,--,t. .i .. ru2z.'Xl mi C . ' .!. . uv- n "H - JJVUU ...JWnarraSr ,mw. fci. J vjjwaK,ll!iVetJt , Trt . 1 a r-v Ills Opinion It That Une4 Daw Should Talt and K..p Evry root ot Land That "' Cam. to Ct Iff th War. "51 Tf j , t 4f . rlb .V. tfT-raOfir- ad: 'ImU.-qiP"ftt Ki,f'ato thyLuvfyjiitfi;rfrT?Be7ihc- ball w - f niu lf - six-Inc- h IK-stee- I w y" by-wa- of . Mhan- - flial, says: "A mob I, menacing foreigners. I The wife of the Italian nminister was J attacked Monday whlh i on her church, .n A several GEN.MERRITTLANDS IN PARIS I Americans coming from tho railway ntt lh. hwin nt InIh. IV.r. fomi.,1. .l.i.i Will... ,r (,iiniieil liv klne. Tho foreign II. Oprt!unn.f.pltua minister, nave sent a :ollrclive note Uf rrriLtml l.otr. to the government asking for the sup- I'AM Oct l.-lien. Mcrrltt, pression of tlieso outr ges auu tno who cominundcd the American troops punishment of the culprit Ynmantzu, leader of t! ,e reunion In nt Manila, arrived Monday from Mar- tho a Sze Chiicu province, seilles, lie repaired to tho Crnud Hobo In- proclamation ordering the cxterminatel de I'Atheuco and declined to tion of all foreigners. terviewed, a, h wa suffurlng from fatigue. The general did not sec tho It r. Crop I), m. grit. United States peace commissioners beCliAM.r.To., S. C, Oct 4. Sunday' fore Iho opening of tho joint scstlon hurricane and tho storm of two weeks Mondny. '1 he American commissioner, have douc but nuall damage to propheld aM'tslon Monday morning at their erty In this vicinity, but tho loss to own olllccs, preparatory to tlio second rice growers was very heavy, Kven meeting with the Spanish commission- tho damage done by the great storm of ers, which began nt the commlmion't ltOJ has been exceeded. It is variousnfilca immediate, ly estimated by tho planters and rico rooms in the for-lgly nftcr their assembling tlicre nt 3 brokers that the loss will be from SO q'clock Monday afternOun. The plan to &0 percent of work directed to bo prepared by tho Th Frltnola In lt.nll to Itrtniue. fccrelartc, hu not been perfected, ni Manila, Oct 4. The United States the secretary of thu Spanish rommts. sion did not arrive hero until Monday. transport Scandln has brrived hero and 'ihcAmrrlcun commissioner, will bo tho United Stutca transport Arizona received by l'rcsldcnl Kiiuro at A o'clock has departed. Tho American authorities here have invited all the school Tuesday afternoon. Icachcis to resume tho Instruction of WISCONSIN FOREST FIRES. t licit classes. Tho schools have been dosed alnco tho surrender of Manila lloitltt of Unknown 31. n .nil lloj Kounl to tho Americans. te.v.r.t I'.r.on. lUtliicth. Fir. ,'irt Alil.nt hrr.t.rj of Mat It Mill listing. Wamiimito.v, Oct 4. Tho president Comr.Af.AXIs Wis., Oct 4. Tho lad- has appointed Dr. David J. Hill, of ies of an unknown man and boy were Rochester, 1'irst assistant secretary of found Monday In thu woods lelwceu ttato to succeed John llassctt Moore, Almcnn nnd Posit In lake burned bel- resigned. Dr, Hill Is president of tho Several persona aro Uochoster university, Is a scholarly t ond fctlll missing, 1'utcrKcklund, who was reiitleman and Is particularly known seriously burned in the forest tires, m through hla know ledge of International brought to this city Monday in a crit- law, (lov, l.rlur. Condition Critical. ical condition nnd It Is thought lie daughter of KxiXVlM.t, Tenn., Oct 4. Advices enn not live. A son of from Johnson City Mondsy are to tho Itiidnlph Miller nud n Neli Snansou wem found in the fit ct that llov. Taylor's condition ia f miles north-rns- t critical. Ho has taken no solid food wools one nud of Alineua so bndly burned that for trto weeks nnd suffers constantly Mm. Frank from nausea. No one is allowed to see they can not recover. llcinrlchmolr ut I'osklii( Lake, died him except his, Immediate family. Tho Mondny morning a, the result of trouble Is a general breaking down of fright and exhaustion In fighting tires. the system. tli.pl. In Fr.ira.n'i II. .III. MstdiiiinIi tiflrel.il. San riiANcwco, Oct. 4. Advices Washington, Oct 4. Socritary Afrom Japan bring the news of tho lger Monday announced that Savannah, Jetoth of Kcv, Thaddcus l Freeman, On , had Icon solected as tho point of steam, which mny chaplain of tho United States i mbnrkntlon of nil troops ihip llaltlmore at Nagasaki. From nil hereafter bo sent to Cuba or I'orto account. Freeman committed sulcldo Klco. Ill, stilted at the war departwhile In n atato of mental depression ment that Savannah was selected consequent upon his falling health, It afforded tho best facilities. lie jumped ovorboard from tho and wus drowned before any av Klll.it Her Knur Ihllilr.n. Mom iirai., Oct. a Tho Insane wife llttanco could be rendered him. Ills of Joseph Clothier, n farmer of St remains were recovered and will bo Severln, killed her four children by brought to this country for interment on tho noxt steamer. cutting their throats. Marrlnt III. M.pmoth.r. lltln.iiil.Hll Juv.lllgstlon. Hlshop, KokdMO, Ind., Oct. l-CotUMiiim, a, Oct 4, Chaplain J. M. a prominent resident and business Life, 7th Ohio volunteers,- - has man of ltusslnvllle, this county, was a lengthy communication to married Sunday to Mrs. Laura Hlshop. InAdjt, Gen. Corbln demanding an The bride is his stepmother. Many vestigation of tho charge that ho was years ago the woman, whoso maiden Camp Meade, l'a. absent from name was also Hlshop, was married to (inv. Hnillli ll.lt. r. the late Alexander Hlshnp, n widower. Ha.nta Monioa, Cal, Oot i. Oov. Tho latter died two years ago, nnd Smith, tho wounded tommander of the Sunday tho widow married her stepSoldiers' home, Is much Improved. son, William Hlshop. lly tho peculiar While ho I, not ontlrcly out of danger, matrimonial entanglement tlio groom thu physicians liollevi ho will recover, becomes tho stepfather of liU half nroTldlngfi'li'llUcilUouS ll9 ""t n"U, trotlittr ijii'l in( sister. and took project with local men. In Cleveland " the great I pied by the engines and boilers. Diagonal armor, 13 inches thick, connect1 "" l 1 ,l y " aCSfc ing tills belt armor nnd Oarbcttes, and f ixtcnding from the slopes of protect-ir- e 7 (e3t, A S ill fc deck to top of the side belt on each 7.) I tide is worked to ghe protection from A R? WWfcCv a raking fire. Abaft the after turret H i tho protection will bo completed by T PiffiiV wM'WRl tim. thickening tho protective deck to 4 ,l!m inches on the slopes, with 2 inchel -.I "K'U ir 'A-LVKJVtf mmf on tho flat On the slopes of this deck forward it is 3 Inches thick and 2 h Inches on the flat The armor on tho .K gun turrets will bo 17 inches in front " lC3.wV(?An o and 13 Inches on tho rear and sides; while on tly; barbettes for these tur-rcwhich arc circular In shape, will ba bo 15 inches on the front and 10 inches mocks visible. At noon thu water w as army corps together will doubtless tight feet above the highest tide. abandoned, und on this point Gen. on tho rear und sides. The sides o! Driven on shore by the uorthoast Htr.liugh Leo has becu In confercuco the vessel abovo tho belt armor in wake of the battery, and ttorru it filled Up on the Islands, swept with Secretary Alger. formtng tl casemate, will be armored over banks and dnm,, carrying away iMth'iji' Inches of steel, extending bethe remnant of the rlco crop that was DREYFUS DEMONSTRATION. tween the turrets, with dlojronnl armor not by the August storm and had pi!T. ,w J&lB -- w' i Tt m, .. ... o 'us.Ni aW 1 TXsK 1 mwmv t- m - w yf - i MLBt i rr...0J6s- - JlihUft 'f i Bmm lt -- w inro n,j n j .liaiafia, ;!, rr ... .fUtAMriii -a !.. I ifrdllhd tltlt ha. mmn fo ivj hfriw'rJ'(".HPV vlrt..r Jermon thrashlnjf nhe Spanards, Wc each for a hearing at noon next dicorere,d, but never regained cot ' I should do this withoal'ilstenlng to oi Tiiursdar. Davis II. Lane, the rcpub gclousncss. It is believed that a recent escapade considering the opinion of any' other . r licnrt loader, became their bondsman, and Monday nftcrnoon they returned I of a younger daughter caused him tonBt'on- - If we choose later on to'glvo I away or sell any part of this conquered to the srushore. lly advice of their commit suicide. attorney they 'declined to discuss tho territory, it is our rlgnt to do so, ana Immtna. TTealth Claimed. no other power can say anght against case. They w ill come back to the city llCSl)F.nso.v, Ky,t Oct 4. Tho heirs ou Wednesday so ns to be in full time it What we have won by the sword is of Mathias Sitter, sr., who died In Hal- - absolutely onr own." ' i for Jhe hearing. Mr. Unywoodisin Montana and Mr. ttinorc, are organizing to recover his A Captain Placed Vnd.r Arr.it vast estate. It is said Sltlcr's will was McKeaun New York. n T.W.WA 'W E f, U. WU- - V, t HM--" United States Senator Penrose, who ordered kept scaled 100 years. It is Williams, of 4JI., V. I, 8th Massa j. v Company Trankfort-on-thc-Malc was with his colleague, sroko freely claimed that property at cbusetts, was placed under arrest and Germany, valued at many after the latter' departure for Atlantic confined to his quarters Sunday for. "' millions, anil at llaltlmore at 832,000, City. neglecting to inspect tho guard while' "I presume Senator Quay will not 000, belongs to the heirs. CoL Bona Hill, he was ofllccr of the day. He ha, been make any statement at this juncture," of this city, has just returned from a temporarily relieved of his command, " said he, "regarding this last dastardly meeting of the heirs at York, Pa, and Lieut F. r. Smith, of Company C, beattack. of his malevolent enemies, says they will get tho fortune. ing placed In charge of his company. though ho doubtless will in the proper Tho matter mar come before a court T.mprranc. Workers In "Lonl.TlIle. time. 'There 1,, however, no reason Louisville, Ky., Oct 1. Temper-anc- o martial? though it Is a trivial offense' f why I, as his colleague and personal workers are swarming into tho subject to a petty fine. friend, should be silent city from all quarters of the state FriA Cyclnna In Lonttvlll "Attempted assassination of charac- day for the ISth annual convention of Louisville, Ky., Sept 30. A brief ter has been almost the sole weapon of W. C. T. U., which will be incyclone did considerable 'Mamago to attack employed by Senator Quay's op- tho state ponents for several years, and tho augurated Friday evening with a great buildings and trees in the eastern part in the Warren Memorial church. of tho city Thursday evening. Tho " methods pursued have been augment- rally The sessions will continuo until small slaughterhouse in which Louis ed In vlcloumess and vlndlctiveness'a; Wednesday of next week and will be Fix, an unmarried butcher, 34 years their futility has been demonstrated. participated in by many leaders of tho old, was working was Wrecked, and As the last despairing offort of unscrutempcranco movement from this and he, with his pet bulldog, was instantly pulous conspirators comes this brutal other states. killed. His body was terribly crushed, moro of the opposition, which they and was buried under a mas, of brick have had upon their.. programme for Moro Tobaeeb Factories. and roofing. weeks." OwLNsnono, Ky., Oct 1. Tho tobacy The warrants were made out on Appointed lilt Wife. , co crop iri this vicinity was never betby Magistrate Jermon at tho ter and Owcnsboro is making preparaFftANKFORT, Ky., Oct instance of District Attorney Graham tions to take care of It Already there sioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore apand on tho affidavit of Charles F. nro 28 factories or warehouses with an pointed hi, wife to the clerkship in his . ' Myers, of tho district attorney's office. average capacity ot 1,000,000 pounds office made vacant by tho enforced Myers is n detective and acted on in. each, the American tobacco factory resignation of John M. Faulkner. Thd' formation furnished by Thomas W. having a capacity of 3,000,000 pounds, salary is 11,200, and tho republican ' Harlow, receiver of the Peoples' bank. lhe following are building new fac- party workers are kicking be can so District Attorney Graham- - said that tories: .FlnzcrJlrothers, Charles Ulrk, nearly all the present atato officials ' frpra evidence in tho shape, of letters John Hughes and' J. Hunter Helk have appointed member ot their fami a and papers furnished, to hlm1le belies to the best paying clerkships - , " WnTJrwWr-warre Ll a. irthrlv-L"-A- mmm&OB6" V,m lf rv' tf t. '. m .. Sat--.rda- ir frrets,and lor the dtstanco "bccu' PEvvjj W f if rKCtPl f j MM HZJS UfflWM M JX JlA w y 3J5il JBtOr' HfL - 111 fil E j M Jk. if !,. J,x&9!j? jy n. i fff?V COfPl rvOM iW7 quickly as possiblo and to produce at that hearing all the facts necessary to a binding over. Some facts will be reserved until the time of the trial. If the state of affairs as represented to me is true It ought to bo exposed. This rottenness ought to be showed up no matter upon whom it reflects. Jt Is not my practice to speak Is of tho trial of a case, and 1 will say nothing further as to Its merits." Sir. Graham epcsRed n firm deter mination to proctcd vigorously. James McMancs, former president ol tho defunct Peoples' bank, said ho had known the warrants wero to be issued, although ho had nothing to do with the action. Ho asserted ignorance ot " any transactions justifying it Mr. McManes added: "Senator Quay and his son Richard tho state health authorftI6s itlicail that there Is no possible danger to be apprehended by such action, passed a resolution Monday inviting refugees from tho yellow fever districts to make Louisvillo their hospice. No health certificates are necessary. Lexington Excited. mimmiMmbPWM being 1 mcrclal club of this, city, alter 1 I -- "nooa to raise iUUlO ' citizTns was heldforThursday sor- money a silver ait-b- y Tho amount required is $10,000, but the state outside of Louisvillo has con tributed only 8100 and has promised only 9150 more. Louisvillo will contribute tho rest A Trmty E.capra. FnAXJtronT, Ky., Oct 1. Thomas Peck, a Negro convict wnt to the penitentiary hero from Jefferson county, for seven years, escaped from that institution. Ho is 30 years old and has been a trusty for two ycara A description of him has been sent to ths Covington and Newport polico depart- - ' tUUU" CiVW Tl"" , ,VU t a -- " ' Lesinoton, Ky., Oct 4. The likeli hood of the removal of the troops from Camp Hamilton to some point further south ha, thrown Lexington merchants and others into an anxious stato of mind. They aro bestiring thcm,clvcs trying to hit upon some scheme whereby the troops can bo retained here. Migration of Gamblers. Louisviux, Ky., Oct 1. The grand jury was at work Friday on a batch of menta Hoard of l'harmaey Change. Ky., Oct a Gov. Ilrad-l- ey has appointed Addison Dimmitt, of Louisville, to a placo on the state board of pharmacy to succeed J. W. Fowler, also of that city, whoso terra Dimmitt 're- of office had expired. rnANKFOitT, ' six-Inc- h u left been gathered and wiping out farm The Trn.loo at the French Capital ll.com- lug Acolc Jlr.tlng I'rrvrnted bjr The loss to rlie growers alone Of tho l'ollcc Intwf rrncf. w 111 be from JiO.OOO to 8T.000. entire rice crop along tho savannah IATtig, Oct a Tho holding of tho river, Tolucd at $250,000, all but IS per was lost in this and the preced- Dreyfus demonstration organized by cent ing storm. The damage to shipping; is M. l'resscncc, one of the leader, In tho considerable. Tho schooner Governor agitation, for Sunday afternoon, was Ames, which was on her way to sea prevented by the closing of tho Sallo with a cargo of 1,500,000 feet of Wagrnn. Presence and his friends lumber went .drift Iu the harbor but tried to force nn cntranco and an upsafely. The wharves at roar resulted. Tho police then Intercrop- - ouc-hal- was secured the quarantine station at the entrance to tho river here wcra partially carried awny. The quarantine ofllccr and his family and servants wero rescued early In tho day by n tug. Four vessels which wero at anchor nt the station wero torn from tho moorings Thrco nnd driven Into tho marshes. of theso wero tho llrltish schooners Syanaram, bound for St. Julius, N. 11, the American tohoonur Mlllvllle, for MIUtIUc, N. J., tho Venule L. Child, for ltoston, all lumber laden, and tho Italian bnrk Franklin. How badly these vessels nre damaged l, unknown. No nows ha, been received from Ty boo siuco early In the morning and nothing is known of tho damngo there. At Thunderbolt nnd Islo of Hope, suburbs of Savannah, oil tho boat houses on the banks and hundred, of mall boats wero carried awny. Transport Senator at Honolulu. vened nnd arrested M. l'resscncc, M. Vnughan, editor of tho Aurore, nnd Deputy Mory.nmld shouts and counter-shout- s of "Vivo Revision," "Vivo Artneu," "Vivo Zola," and "A has les Juifs," and tho crowd was dispersed. Several persons wero injured. Tho persons taken into custody wero subsequently released. Slight disorders of a loci nature, most of them in tlio vicinity of the Libre l'nrole, occurred, during' the tle. evening. Several nrrcsts wero made. The first keel plate of this vessel was Military Camp In th. feouth. laid February 10, 1M". not quite WAbiii.MiTo.v, Oct & Wkilo no offmonths past, and the pcrceutago oi icial Information on tho subject is work completed to this date, based on forthcoming It I, said the selection of the vcss-j- l fitted out and ready for sea, camps in tho south' ha, been is now sites for reported between di and 54 per practically detcrmlucd. It Is under- cent Tho contract prico wns SJ,595, stood they will be located at Augusta 000, and tho date of completion Is statand Athens, On., and, Columbia, Green-vlll- o ed to bo October 5, 1609. and Spartansburg, S. C. Lowf.t llldt for llullitlng lli alnnltort. Washinotov. Oct a The lowest bidders for building the four monitor, wore. In tho order named ns follows: Nixon, of LIUabeth, N. J., SS25.000; Newport Nows, 8800,000; Hath Iron aud Union Iron works, San Francisco, $675,000. I'lr.t Hiionttorin of Ih. Sen. on. Salt Lakk, Utah, Oct a Tho first snowstorm of tlio season began Saturday morning. Sovernl inches havo fallen, nud tho storm continued Sunworks.-JMJ'OO- g same thickness at the end,, with tho barbettes, and worked ibove tho d Ingonnl nrmor below. Sho will bo protected against the entrance of water, in case of injury to thu side at tho water line, by cofferdams extending for the length of the vcscl on each side, and having a general width of thrco feet, with total capacity of about 12,500 cuble feet, for corn-pitof -- reproofed itowngo tho of ccdulobc. Independent pock numerous small water-tigh- t ets or cell, forming iho entlro scheme of cofferdams, tho inner bot tom and hold, tho platform, splinter aud berth decks, aro dlvUUd iuto be tween 200 nud 300 water tight eonv partments, both for the accommodation of tho motive power and storage of coal, provisions, ammunition and other stores; nud also fur tho preservation of tho ship in the event of rupture of theouter akin, or Injury In bat- of h both had their personal notei discounted at tho bank, tho last of which matured nfter tho bank had closed Its doors. These notes wero all promptly paid when due, and neither Mr. Quay or his son is Indebted to tho bank one dollar that I know of. My feelings toward Mr. Quay and the other men aro Mr. of the most friendly character. Quay and I had our differences iu days gono by, but they wero patched up long ago." Tho news struck political circles of all shades of faith like a thunderbolt, and a variety of explanations were given and discussed throughout tho day. Secretary of tho Commonwealth David Martin said he knew nothing bevond the newspaper statements. The affair acquires additional slgnlfi' cance from tho fuct that It comes in tho midst of one of tho most bitter campaigns over fought between Quay nnd his opponents, Involving the questo the senate. tion of his lndjctmcnts against proprietor, and employes of gambling games. As arc- tult, nearly every train out of tnc city has aboard some knights of tho green-clot- h who are seeking more congenial sides at Tlfth and Walnut streets, Louisville. climes and avoiding arrest. Troop, trill Not lit Needed. Corn.t-.lA Mammoth FnASKroivr, Ky., Oct. 1. Tho govGleswood, Ky., Oct 4. W. E. Rifle, living a mile cast of here, ha, on exhi- ernor ha, been informed by Circuit disbition it cornstalk, the like of which Judge llrown, of the Clay county has never been seen In this or any trict, that soldier protection will not other country. The stalk measures 17 be needed at tho trial of members of feet high and bears 8 well developed the Ilaker faction there next month. cars, while tho spur roots como out To satisfy himself further the governinfrom the tenth joint, forming a space or has written to hevcrnl others, clrcumferenco around cluding tho sheriff of tho county. of threo feet in The Rakers still maintain that they tho stalk. will bo mobbed If not protected by Mrs. Hodman 1). fraud. troops. FliANhKoitT, Ky., Oct Landed rive niockt Away. of C.irllslo count', was named Friday Lovirvili.k, Ky., Sept SO. Low waof the fur assistant scrgcant-at-arm- s boiler in the Enterprise court of appeals. Mrs. Rodman, who ter caused the explode Thursday mornas suc- Waste mill to was understood to be slated Morton nnd Thomas cessor to her lata husband, was de- - ing. Emanuel Dr. Nanry Oullforit Jlexnand.d. Ilachelor were blown 20 feet and terfcutcd by a combination of circum- ribly Lo.vnox. Oct ,. Xanojr (lullford, stances after ahe hnd at one time the scalded. Morton'a injuries being Tho boiler the midwife of llrldgeport, Ct, or the race won. considered fatal. woman suspected of being Dr. Gull- blown several hundred feet in the air Mis I'trjl h llaiur. ford, wa, remnnded nt How street and landed flvo block, away. KlCHMOMi, Ky., Oct 4. Clara Campcourt hero Monday for a week Death of Dr. W, A. after evidenco had been presented bell, colored, in a fit of jealousy, Ky., Sept 30. Dr. W. llrockMunday with a razor. woman proving her identity with tho Mun-dn- y A. Edmunds, aged 7tl years, of St who Inndcd at Liverpool last week Tho Negroes were at a dance and The was dancing with another woman Louis, died at the residence of his from tho steamer Vancouver. Zach T. Sellers, whero bo A. 0." were found on arti- when tho onslaught was made. She initials "N. had recently been making his home. Mundny w ill die. w as arrested. cles in her possession. k. ' was"" po-llc- o Edmund-Veksaili.- es, son-in-la- .11.(1 Dog Killed. Nl-.- Death of A. YoitK, IV. 4. WABll!jnf,wt Oot & A dispatch to tho war department announce, that the transport Senator, long overduci nt San Francisco from Manila, Is undergoing repairs at Honolulu for damages which bIio suffered from a typhoon. llr, Naucy Oullforit Arre.t.d. London, Oct ft Dr. Noncy Guilford, the mldwlfo of llrldgeport, Ct, who I, n police on the wanted by Iho ehnrge of having been connected with tho death of Hmina Gill, has been arrested. Wouud.il Two auit hulrld.it Essex, la., Oct a Walter J. Yates Bunday shot aud dangerously wounded his wife and her friend, Mrs. K. J, Hrowu, and then shot himself through the head. Doincatlo infelicity, caused by Yates' dltslpatlon,)rought about tho tragedy. Am-rlca- Zca-luud- cinity of the State hospital, whero Dr. Todd was fatally bitten by a rabbld htund a month ago. It Is r.upposed the do,-- that bit Dr, Todd turned himself lou-,In that locality and bit several canines. Two mad dogs were killed near there, making- six in all slnca Dr. Tdd was blttou. Tho residents ars phuinlng a wholesale slaughter of do..',, In order to rid the locality of the iin "ending danger of hydrophobia. Iloth Woiiurd. Toi.uno, O., Oct. a Thoro nppcan to le a plague of mad dogs in tho vi- day. btrambuat Vngluaer Drowu.il. OwKNsnono, Ky., Oct a Joseph Williams, engineer of tho steamer Tnrk City, and" son of Capt. Ik T. Williams, fell overboard below Kirk City, on Green river, and was drowned. An unsuccessful, search was made for tho body. Win. a A duel between M. irles Knest Paulmlcr, and M. Turot, ot the Luntcrnc, wn, fought Saturday iiinrnlng, rapiers being tho weapon, ustd. M. Turot wns thrice wounded in tin thigh and side nnd.M. Pifulmlcr was lightly wounded on tho lip. Paris, Oot Cl llniinn Mill Not llur X. 1. K. Iload. Ioi.kdo, O., Oot. a Tlio officials ot HlCimo.M), Ky., Oct a Tho salo' of the Wheeling nnd Lake F.rlo railroad '.and assigned by J. C. Adams was ati of shorthorn ent- deny tho published story that Jl. A tended by the largest crowd at a salo and a noted breeder ilantia will buy that road, saying thai for years. Everything went at fancy ile, has gono to Scotliud to Import uh n thing U Impo.slbjc, toiuo tljoroujlibrcj stoelf. prlcas 'Hia stilu aggregated 515,000. A 4 8,00(1 Land Cat. la tcntland for Catll. OsiioitN, O., Oot a Charles I- lino farm near here ownorof bun tier-laug- h, new Methodist church at Falrview, ouo of the handsomest In this section aged 74 years. Ho had been an inof tho state, will bo dedicated Sunday, valid for nearly two years, and on Rev. J. J. Taggert will Wednesday of last week was stricken October 0. Has-kwith paralysis, from which he never preach tho dedicatory sermon. dluncr will bo served In a grove rallied. near tho church. 'Death of T. C Vallandlngham. Gkokoktown, Ky., Oct a Thomas Doing Damage. In 1'r.ule. , C Vallandingham, one of the oldest FiiA.Nhr-omKy., Oct 4. GrasshopCot UMiiUK, O., Oct 4. A easo ol citizens of Scott counpers aro doing great damugo to corn, and uiullpuv Is reported from New Purls, In tho western ty, is dead at his homo ncarSadlevillc, Problo county. Secretary Probst has clover and pastures aged 78 years. Kentucky counties. gone there. Negro 1'rUooer't Etoape. Atl for Heavy Parnate. Vt III II. 1 rled for Munl.r. LAwnK5cr.iiuiia, Ky., Oct 4. James Paducaii, Ky., Oct 1. Mrs. Agglo llAiuion. MIcIu, Oct. 4. A Hk.nton of J. II. Grief, who was Allen, a desperate Negro character, colored woman whoboro tho name oi Grief, widow tho door of tho In hhot and kl)led a thort tlmo since by filed the lock from Mrs. John Howard, wa, found dead Tho Jail Veal, filed suit for damage, In county jail and escaped. bed Monday morning, tho result of a Rufus was built nbout 15 years ago and by Howard, who is a tho circuit court Friday. Tho slayer brutal asuiult Is made the Allen is tho second prisoner to eschimney sweep, late Saturday night cf tho plaintiff's husband S50.000 dam- cape. in the suit and Howard Is In Jail and will be tried for defendant The lit Kentucky to He Mattered Oat age, Is asked. murder. Louisvillk, Ky., Sept 80. The 1st by Hon. Kicked Drail al Ihr Az.of U4 V.art. regiment qf Kentucky volunteers, Lancaster Ky., Oct 1. While which Is now quartered at Pouce, Mrs. Rebecca 4 HliliiarToliT, 0., Oct horso Friday Wllllutn Dean died at Martin's Ferry Monday, handling ayoung Porto Rlco, has been ordered, homo to Sho was born aud Hinbry, a prominent young mau, was bo mustered, out 'JJ years. ailed kliktd nnd perhaps, fatally hurk lived her whole llfo where she died. one of the best known newspaper writers of tho country, nnd for seven years editor and proprietor of the Helena, Mont, Independent, died nt his homo In Hrooklyn Monday inorulng. Mr. Lyman was born ncui Cincinnati in IMS, man, Oct I.yinan, Mr. A. W. Ly HorKt.Nnvn.LK, J,.w Church Dedication. Ky., Oct a The Henry llullock Dead. Ky., Oct a CoL Henry llullock died nt his home in this place, CoL Falmouth, (lralnpr best-know- n 1 -- - - jffV- "Me1 ti. Lc - je- - o. S'tiyjL- - "g?i 4 . " v-- l'..l -a F- -S mtrMffHia .w & i wneattmrtmrfpttt,yvff THE HICKMAN COURIER. iMii1 Democratic Prospects, Tho National Democratic Com nilttco assume to bo well advised by reports as to tho outlook In nil the Coiifiresslonnl Districts in the Union, mid tlio Secretary pivea It not with apparent confidence and enthusiasm (tint tho victory is already won, nnd that tho Democrats will control the next House hy ii good majority. In order to J do this the Democrats havo to finln u4 members, nnd many con w servntlvo Democrats think that this is scarcely possible, though all concede that the Democrats will make big Rains. W The llepnulleano this year In many districts where- the Fopn lists nre strong havo adopted the policy of supporting their nominees, nnd miming no candidates, trying to break up any fusion between Democrats mid Populist", and thereby prevent the possibility of a strict Demoorntio major Ity in Congress. Tho Democrats expect to gain Congressmen in Now York, IUL B ijols. Ohio, Indiana and the South, whilst It Is said they will lose some In tho Western Slates, thro Populists supported by Eepubll m cans. - A IIAK11 f.VCK hTUIIV. iisyuiiii i..STi:i'(:TitVn isx ifcnmrijitjts; ixisTiiBS. ,, i tn, iiim -- vu ttat,rtttMiiiy''1'j-j- - Uforjro Warren. HI01CMAX, KY. hard-lac- FRIDAY, : : : OCT. 7, 181)3. ing to the land of his nativity: "Hen-Vla- prints tho The Michigan coufcrcuce of tho story of an erstwhile Methodist rplscopal church met Arizona resident who Is rcttfrn tu Lanslug last week, nnil after a Tho Arlrtigtuu lo.ng Binl'etoriny d&bato Hd opted constirlng clergymen who hate votctl for any enntlidate for nubile offleo except Ibose of the broblbltlotilst political parly, and Iniiruoting tbcto Impliedly to vote lbs prohibition ticket lu ta Wp Want Your -- Mmmgs I ii AND AltU dOlNU TO Democratic Nominee (or Congress Flwt District Oh.-.- K. Wlicelrr. Fowmt District Heiirv D. Allen. Third District Jrilin rf. Khr.i. Fourth District D. II. Smith. Sovcnth District D. K. Srttlo. Kh-lit-h District Om O Olll-mNinth Dixtilet Munlwal WllHiitiw Tnth District T. Y. Fitz.fcitr.cl:. . I Goods. i a a I V mi m i ii in. --.hi MY New Fall Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoefl, etc., U WHEELER-REEVE- S. "" and I rrspwtfully B,To 9 w Complete in All Lines, Invito the iroille of tho City and County to lunpectioa beloro parchaslug elsewhere. Thoir Joint Discussion Hickman. at Z Him a careful Z Hon. Chin. K. Wliooler, tlio Demo-- " erotic noiulni', und Hon. O. W. IIcovm, l'arni. (he Populist nominee, engaged in joint discussion nt Hickman, Monday, accord AHK IK DEMAND. THE "CKIXE Tr THR CBXTURT." Only a Rtnnll lug to Hijolutinent. crowd nttcndnd the upeakliig altliorgh Tho "Orllhe of the Centuay" Is AM those mot common tt.ct lu this thrtt? was quite a largo unmlxr of poo certnlnly deserving of uomment. plo in town a majority of whom canto The article explains itself, 'The QueoMBwarc, section f the country nan be who were an- lnni Hat of furor-lirto attend tho clrctw, somo on linslnctxi, t hut should VOVUti At pointed to positions and other to hear tho poakluR. Iie o beeu filled with compe'tentl Mr. "Wheeler in an elegant, Mulshed B und Intolligont men is the great! Cii. oraWir, and Ynoro than natlsftcA his a tutu m Sw&yne's Brag Store. trifuila by hla skill mid real nbllltr in primary oauso or tno sioKness anu Ann win hung like a black death ihnl bnva delintc, whilst Jils opponent, Mr. Hcovcs, cloud over the quarters, of oar KWD FARM FOR KiliK UK KE.1T. is a ritroiig, forceful and e.irnentHix-nlccr- . Pvunithinor 90 Rinrflcontpil W brnvo volunteers. Those sons The financial qncstlnn is the main , good near Hirlctuan, snltahlo aHfllllHft v iivpiwuuinuui S&. of their fathers havo been reared forADairy and Stock purptisM, good ktart point of dLcnudon between tltem. in Idleness and luxury, they know for fruit, hi grM cultivation, good hous-eWheeler plant himself on tho CJhic:i;o not the meaning of duty, ns thoy platform, the free and unlimited coin and other appointment, tui thw hllU or ,bc Roods must bo sold, and w aro anxious to pleaso our cm Pennsylvania Red Hot. never bod n solitary obligation be bov overtlo,v. On renonaWo tiruui. ago of both gold and silver, and if that fore the war, "unless they wero For particulars apply to should not prodt.$ moiioy Hulllcicnt for toun.ru. 2t Oko. WauhkN. obliged to be useless and spend Politics in Pennsylvania stands tho. healthful traniwctiuu of lmnlniss to the wealth of their nnrestora. They supplement it by tho Lwuanco of trciw-nr- y red hot, and has been intensified STRAY NOTICE, were entrusted' with positions ( Hnioenshor notes without tho intervention of by the arrest of Senator Quay, the to It tin it llrua. ) Taken whereby thousands or bravo men llviag In up as a Stray, hr Tom Morrow, bank of tamo, but ho wants this paper biu Republican boss, under the Fulton county. Ky on tho must depend on them for the ne Carco and Jordan road, I ml Im mirth tnonoy redeemable in coin. Mr. Heovcs, charge of conspiring with Suite .P13VI.HIt XI s 'BBiraV others cessaries of life, aud their lack of of Jordan, Ky , and H MuUl of Ouyoe, on the contrary, wants tho Government Too basy to quote prices this week, d ability to fill their positions neoes Ky one Cow, of light color, and to issuo paper money, no banks of issne, to loot and misappropriate nublio to bo about 3 years old, no uiuu snnly caused untold suffering, prifunds. The cashier of the bank k. and tho paper never to bo redeemed in and talqed ak vation, disease and death t These or Imihds SeptcmtMT 13th, IKH. 118.00, tills lieti the exposure enmo commit gold, silver, or anything clso. Ho be appointments were mado for politiJ. V. MKltKEH, J. . K. O. liovos that law make money, regard-lea- a ted suicide. The aniouut of State cal purposes. of tho article nsod. To illustrate, money used was over a half mil KelcMipilea. he aayft that two dollar lu postage lion dollars, but since the suicide Tub expenses of our peaoo com stamps, purely becauso thoy havo the missioners in Paris Is moie than The OenrierJournnl'e Washing nearly all been paid back. Government stamp upon them, will buy has I,000 a day. This Is a pretty tall U'OIIK (iUAIIAaTilEDI RGPalRING ton correspondent says: It is safe to Weome the poMcasor of a figure to pay for peace after whip $2 worth of floods nnywhero. Wheeler Hut tho arrest and exposure in to concede that Demoerata la 4h-gY.yl- c, reliable ping the onomy. answers by Biytnjj that a load of pota- tenalfios the already intensely hot !!! largely toes, not stamped by tho Government, campaign. The Stato usually goes the coming eleotlon drumjlst. Clinton. Kr.. W. O. Win-tkwill buy goods tho samo way, and that Republican by from 100,000 to increase their gala In the States says he has sold Plantation Chill Onru tiplendivl Schctiou of where tbejr made beavy loesea in hla opponent, falls to dUtingulflh be 200,000 majority, but this time It for many years, and among the many HICKMAN, KIT 1890. The condition from then Clinton Hired, chill tonics ho tin els tho Plantation tho tween 'barter and exchango" and tho will bo close olippiug if it goes to now are maeh changed, and in ejji.ejsBSj ssi .1 j. most reliable! ho soil, as it act different NEW BOOKS, it l r - ir - t - Government's function as to making from tho uulnlno tonics, which only I money. Mr. Reeves is tho broidest of Republican at all. The Prohibi- their faTor. In the 1890 election iitops chills for a short time. It removes I the party machinery of a number Vir annaa flat money men, and meets that Lano tion nominee for Governor Is Iia ttrtvk (.a V4IUiUlV4r tr UV VUWVI nvi1! IIIU 1IUU .t vmn large cities, inclnding New STATIONERY, fairly and squarely without dodging a stronger than the Democrat, and of . York, Brooklyn, Ob.lcj.go and Cm hair's breadth. Ho is for tho free and it is represented Ex-P- . M. General RBPOUT OF THE CONDITION clonati, not forgetting Louisville, than it'dou one of those ill; unlimited colnago of gold and silver, Wiuinamaker NOTIONS, &e. Mr tu and thousands of were in the hands of the Repub! not because it will bo Bufflcient to anfitting and cheaply made Now these cities with msuy Republicans are aupporting bim, licans. FARUBK8 AND MERCHANTS' swer tho wants of tho country, but beCall and see our Stock. Every ffarmentt with which the others are controlled by D'eind " cause it gives employment to miners, fco. and that all opposition to the Re crats. New York City and BrookNATIONAL BANK, Yem coyotry is flooded. Nuke m Mistake Neither speaker discussed tho tariif, publicans will Anally be concen lyn alone sent nine Uepabliokns tl niCKMAN, la Hit HTATB oj KEN thing up ft) date but incidentally both denounced tho treted. He is a.ProbibitlonUt, bat to Congress two year ago. It la TUCKY, at tb olo of brumtn, Dingleybill, Mr. Wheeler very vehe- the only plank in his platform now reasonable to supppse that the More September 20lh, 1698. Ma by Beuendks & Co. mently charging that tho than war is "Thou shall not steal I" Democrats will redeem at leaateti RESOURC13. Ooe of (ts Strongest l'olots Is Its bond issuo was really to cover a known 200 Lotn tnj iliieoanlt, $43,783 23 of tbeso districts. .' OrrJ'fti teoured sod tiniccord i0,6'i deficit in tho revenue. styles Of the seven members of the i U. H. Bond to For Criminals Only. alreuUttor. 12.&00.00 ECONOMY I7ause from Chicago there ia not Mr. Reeves waa terrific in his denunnj lilbnklrn home, furollare a Democrat, and Demoeratio parLadies ciation of tho Ooebel oleotlon law. Mr. f 3,00) Giturr, (Btxxxiwr to WbT. Dltlbrluk,) Hakes Biscuits In 4 Minnies Light Bread lo 40 Mluntcs. The New York Philosophic At ty leaders there claim that tfcis Whoolcr salft that the Goebel election and ItOlhtr ut in il Baying a 'MeJeslle" mesne a llle-llu- e of Economical Oooklof -soclaUpn Is out in favor of thd ear tbay will elaet three if aot U owocd oriisa ji19.C3M3 tno pino IsTauds anu selling tnero eieiier nut me minim muii " T.tiXH t .ka from MMt, mm Alit--. l Notts of other Ksllonal bank, 16.00 by order of Ms Itepublicau master : that apart Democrats will Bain for tho colonization of the I TU ritlnnU ilalamlinn I..live seate. ircuuu, pxr ourrtacj, nio .. Pax..... If it was a bad law the people ouzht to ; v.w. $4,00 ,.... el inj cat rfmJ..1o nt il.l. uou.urjf. auio UOw . ...,a 2SW mako it an Lwne in tho election of mem stflnos sigutcen itepublicaus Specie. 487.M up to would be civilizing aud christian to fonr Democrats. The next will Dcra or tho State ixegislatnro, and havo tcaJer nolfi, 3,73000 7.sl neatntpiion fund with U. it repealed, that a Uourofuian had izing the Filipinos with a 'venire llkoly stand twelve Bepublicaas to $5000 BHXHAN, TrtMurr (S pr cent. of KUHTVQKY, ten democrats. nothing to do with it, aud ho cured ance. but the proposition is based elreaUtlon) nothlug about it ; that if his opponent upon tho idea or permitting the TIRED Op'rOMHEBWG. was so violently opposed to it, ho should people Total, Label iiuiit tht $101,BJ9M -of this country to enjoy FIIBB DBLIVKUY. cc4U-h- (t far gun tta quit the race for Congress, aud run for LIAniMTiia. The war Department every day uittt of ccrmt tU and uerfect their own civilization ityl. ptttta tt tho State Legislature, where hii oppoCapital loek pnlJ in, Telepboue Store No. VI j Beet 5I"2"5jJ3Q4tT33C3eaJJr25,"2!r5'''a If' f JO.OOO 00 ad npttiar fiohh from a'gZ-iisition might be effectivo toward scour-lu- g nnd Christianity by being freed a's is receiving applications ourpiui iaai, , c.uoooo .n .nurinct thtt i 't, Ideaoe, No. Od. tlil-- i aitdc tat Uadlvldfd pro flu, Un expeOMf Clotk friends of volunteers to have their its repeal. Ho had said that he was far as possible from the bnnefnl Kit (rscn m4 txtubit, tht tfort u do and laien pM, C91.91 Mkt gmmni am. tho Democratic nominee aud he was influence of tho oriminal classes. orgunizAtiona mustered out of she Nt!nl Dnknolrtonlitaalin 11,'ODO service and the probability Is proud to defend his party's record, acta It at least has the example of En vus to oinr iai I uum Ou reputiKoa (or hxridling ttt I,iU,,li growing stronger that a farther IadlTlJualdepoilliiohjtct to ch'h 04,435 !W and doings, stuywhero and upon all oc- ropcan nations for such n b tmphHiaUr course redaction of the volunteer force I Ml casions ; but ho demanded to know of will be ordered within a abort I nptmti ta our dok Dcpirtnyat 'Tout, $103,33003 his opponent, which political party ho Btalt tj JCintueku. County of Fulton. See samples of Cloth ami Style at . time. An ouloer in the office of WITTING, Martial Law at Pana. (Kcevcs) wonld act with should ho bo I, J. A. Thompsoo, C whirr of bt boTl tho adjutant-Gouera- l said that p ameJ bank, do nolennlr nwrar IU1 ! & DOdds. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, elected, and he (Reeve) had refused to DB1LBS lit Up In Pans, III., there Is, .and there waa hardly a regiment In tbr abota uumtnt it true to ill beit of tay 7. service In the wbol army which . MW o Housekeepers : knowledg nJ Lelicf. jFINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Tho spico of tho dtscnsa.on was in the has been for some years, a cnle had not applied for dlaobarge, and tne beat itno of Carpet, Call aud eo J A. THOMPSON, CMhUr. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Kurs, Lice backed sufficiently strongMjy "all in absolutely all personal thruists. Wheeler charged that nnd iwora to before me tbil MT Gennlne Belli Tbonias Alsrm Clocks fpr 11.00. of the regiments uortaina. Oil Bbadcs. Blanket, Com Kooves was a recent importation from parties to make it law, that no ne- there was apparently a large cum- - rorta, Conntcrpaucti, etc. Tho pneo I 89h dty of September, loDd. 4 Doors Bast of factede Hotel, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. HICKMAN, KI". II. T. DAV13, N. P. put on mem good ia extremely low. Montana, was ovon now not a voter in gro shall bocome a resident. Snob uor oi men an willing to remain. S0Bt Orreet AtUit U. O. AiircRO Kontncky, that whilst a resident of Mon- a rale in any part of the II. IJUCIUXAW.. South COL. BKTAT.S HEALTH. DRWBYhas dispatched tho U. tana 13 years ho was 13 tlmea a candi-dat- wonld oreate J. J. O. BoBuitAT, Dlreelori- - Mr Block la atwati Frcib and Complete, I. T. TIMS. rrea'C c. a. Hotceasf, r, W. C, MaR9SI,CMtil4., a terrible hubbub. S. warship Baltimore to Tien-TutK. OAr. j ad I Invite Ik publlo to Mta and elected only once j that in that This condition at Pana aud the The accounts of Col. W. J. Bry- China, to guard Interests of Amor and tee rat. Btoto he had ran ns tho Republican Cms paid for Ctautry Trodut. Are 1'oh rHKiired? nominee, aud that ho had boon Demo- territory round about bns recent- an's health are various. A tele- leans there. He receivod orders When yon think oflmvliiB your life crat, Republican, or Populist, according ly been aggravated by the owners gram from Lincoln, .Neb., where to do eo from Washington. niltlag old eiand, Cllaln Slreei, insurttl tho "la TnE New York Dotnoorrttn Ig it safe" first qnehtion shonld bo,Wuw k tno cunuumcy on hand nt tho time, of mines importing negro laborers the Third Nebraska was recruited, Tho Mutual Lifo of HICKMAN. KY. nored tbe Chicago platform, hut York being tho t name was not now tho nominee of from tho South to take the place ays: and strongont of Mmu. when tbe name of Wni. J. Bryan all financial institution,, with AmetM. tbe Populist, but that tlio Republican of white tuiucrs. "A fariongbed soldier, just home was enuoueu This the white oonawr ucitoo Had met with 3 or 4 of tno uoiegatos (air- ftJM.000.000.00. aundua .Vi.000.0()0.Oil. DR. S. K. from Florida, says that Bryan is ly shook very naturally solect that comminers have resisted totbcTextent tno Mlddlcof-Rooder- s tbe rafters wlthttpplane. you will tho nafctit. in Paducah, and pany aa almost unrecognizable. His mat Ueboo had arranged that tho Re- .or expelling them by force. This for doty aud his attention tazoal Upon asking tho second question, "Is The American commissioners hla publicans shonld mako no nomination, lias brought about such a condi- many sick men have tho KKNTUOKY find SURPLUS AND t7!0IVlDE PROFITfl $10,000. made his face at Havana expect to havo the thatcontract a good ono'f" yon will JmIt-abl- e HICKMAN, tho Mntnal Lifo Lumen every but would support Roovc-s- and ttmt ho tion that tho Governor of Illinois pale and worn, hla flesh shrunken American flag flying oyer lluvaua form of Lifo and Endowment In Offloe over. Oowgill & Bollclts jonr business. We offer tbe most Liberal AeconnodatleM had affliUvita to prove his assertion, has sent soldiers there to Oowglll's enforce aud put great hollows around his within three weeks. They believe auranco, Inveatmont Bomla and Au'ml-tieto oar Oastomors Consistent with Established and hcuro ho charged that Roeves waa Itiw nnd ortfor. eyes. He says that If Bryan la that tbe pretence of American and it will bo an easy nmldr for Drue t3(ore. How It will end Bunking Principles. tho Republican candidate, bat that ho kept there three mouths longer troops will greatly hasten the yon to get a contract caporlallv adapted ID did not havo tho boldness to ackuowl-- remains to be seen. IK. bis death will follow." movement of the Spaniards, aud to your inclinatiouji and circumstance). d. a. PAnK. j. c. Bi'KianT. In reply to your third qnontion, "Is It edge it. K. T. TYLER. 0. A. HOLOOMBB, J. NAYLOB, W. II. BALTZER Later news reports Col. Brvan will facilitate tbe distribution of choan." Tho Mutual Lifo bclui-anur-ti TnR Padncah Newsacoases the & SPEIGHT, Reeves denied that he was a Repnbli. ly mutual company furuLshea Insnranco sufficiently recovered to retura to relief supplies. J. W. COWGILL. W. L. MoOOTCUEN, W. 0. JOIIN80NM can candidate, and challenged Whoolerl rndacali Regiater of being on the bis regiment in Florida. to its members at tho exact cost, and Even-bod- r I in (nffmsilrv! In hi, rr vouwill Hnd upon Investigation tliat MAYPIELD, KENTUCKY. jo produce Jits affldarlte. Wheeler ro optative aide of every proposl yoara of this Com her town, or nhould bo, and think It dnrins Uio nf A JUBYNTRIEB. .ed that ho had tho statements of Mr, tlon. If rthta is true, the Register lust dreadful it It la not to bo jut n lit pany's cxhteueo, It ha boon va wmeU Will do a General Law Business In all Courts, State and Fedlontly managed, that tho nverago coat wiwti.tio and others ; bnt Mr. Roovch Is oftener right tbau wrong. tlo auoad of cvory other town. Tbe first Instance ofa (nry strike new ia dull und not moving on If bubia to meniDcm or each Sl.000 Inmiran aaia tltat anybody conid get "state eral, and lo all tbe Courts with baa lxcn leas than in any other Com huh, and publlo improvement, aud ments," aud tltat as Wheeler had said or Fulton Connt. ITeney GEonaE, the nominee occurred Monday at this place be- voniencca aro not un in ttm ybimin,..!rou t pany, Asaociatiim or Anwiwinent onler. ho had tho aflldavits, he challonged him fore Squire Walker, says tbe Owen hla requirements, uyerybody complains inw uomiwiiy tmmnn both men and IT.mpt ittentloii (H?.a CelleetlSM. to road thorn, sworn to. Hero this thrust of the bolting democrats In New News. In a suit women in any amount from fl.oflo to of a thresher and wishes ho could endod. Mr. Rcoves s.tld that In Mon York for Governor, declines the machine dlacovir tho eauso. $1,000,000, at ratea according to ago ami company, vs. Slaughter It ho la in buHine-he oxpecta his fol plan, ranging from ilO 00 to iflOO.OO per Mint ae vrw nominated by an element nomination, onii ueveral other of and others, Don't wait 'till of Republicans for Circuit Judge, that tho nomlueea decline. They will consisting a jury was summoned low townamou and uelxhboi-- j to deal 11,000.00. aro now in good yon get nick, with hlin. Ho haa a right to. If ho but if yon mostly of tobacco grow health, and Blacksmith and Undertaker no waa tho caudidato of all tho Demo- wanta to do a llttlo buyiug hlmsolf, that havo uo iiunranco consult with E. R. nomitinte others, bat Ueorae'n re- ers. When they name before the U craw, uepnblicans aud Ponulists who another think' j ft then become a ulee Ellison about it, or if yon havo a little court they protested, as HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. wero opposed to tho Rotlihchtld oouibino fusal prnetfcally unites all Demo cutting season was now tobacco thin, 10 uuco tno traoo to tho citr. if inauranco, aud feel like you neod aouio on, and ho 2 not in bniineM. ho cxixeti tm more, consult E. It. Elliaou about it, Or ME A TBML cratio elements. Jon ami trust whfuh dominated all inter-cut- s they were compelled te be in the ty to eo on sotnnhnw nr iiVm- - if you should havo unfortunately joined GIVE eraltkini don., or repair, in out thcro, that ho was proud of that patob. The court annur.".l them uot thin too much tho nrullm nt n.ir Mine naaossniont Socioty, or other un- WagODI, 4c. Horerakotlng a epM alt Tub Courier does not remem- that it would candidacy, but that ho was not in tho take only a few no townspeople? Be honest, any of you, called cheap lnsuranco concern, aud I aleo kwp a full lint tt ber a Congressional contest in the meuts. The witnesses were call and answer tho question to yournelvca. have sinco found it to bo a delusion uud cuso his opponent represented tho Yon neod not apeak out loud. Ex. a snaro, aa they all am. ami If it Is not Ooodi, nominee. There wcro omo old Gibraltar District attended ed aud tbe trial of tbe case beyet too late yon will find it to your ad other lively and pointed thrusts about with so little general gun. At G o'olook, p. m., the ex Cheap Kates to ArkatiHai vautago to consult a. a. Ellison about Camraon, HoMwood, aid Hoi! a Black Wall Aaoong (lie foot-hilInterest. One and Texas. it. of the Cutnlcrland Mountains, in fncon connt. nut Oofnoe ami Can., whleh can b. SitnJ sir. Hoevos with all his Cory anti-co- r AAiflnfn liaara tlia uia MAhit..i amination or witnesses was still E. It. EUUon ia tho Special Agent for tip on ehort notice, tni at r.aaMSUt on. with a number of witnesses on October 4th and 18th, Novomlx Tcnnc8ece. No hot sights, no moflnito, do malaria f Llf o lnsuranco Company . of prleea. OIi me ? cull. tho mi still to be called. The 8anire ad 1898,uuu iuin. uccomitcr I th n,,ri 01,1. NewMutual at Hickman, Ky. MfTBIiop nor Ike Jail. York to Iwtu having free railroad passes, &c ueiuouraiio ooonuence in the re journed court to meet Tuesday at ronna thoOottou Belt Kouto will soli A- trip ticket from St. Look, Cairo &o. Roovw claimed that ho had much suit groat, and strange to say the ju o'oiook. xue jury wouldn't have BuuiuuiuiHiu,, to bh pomta lu Arkansaa, Cha.viur w in vr uecicr'a reeord, but had republicans apparently take but it that way, and told the court LouUlaua aud Texaa aiul Oklahoma, at they bad rather be flqod, that with oho faro pliw ta.OO for tho round trip. bh iuud. Jir. WJKeler offered to glvo little interest in it. i will bo allowed on uoinif trip big crops In tbe Held and frost in mm au noro"a tuliUtloual tlmo If ho X3HTAUXJIt9Ilc:i 1H85, IG ine air. il waa no i rib in ait nn a within days, and. tieketat will bo uood would enter into it. Tim debate ended n rntnrn -Ex. U. 8. District Attorney W. jury. Tho court eontinaed tbe sale. uara ". at uU; uuui .,? 01 acre. TOlf DILLON, Sr in abundance. Unexcelled in the euro of Stomach, Liver, Kidney With all thoso personal thrnsti m to M. Hmith, formerly of Graves coun- case until tbe next term, The Cotton Belt pasaoa directly thro' public ooeh professcsi the hiub ty, now of Louisville, is tho boat portions of Arkansas, fjoulj-tan- a ( BaamtoT to V. 0. ImM,) announcand Skin Diseases, Dropsy, Rheumatism, &c est persomd rewpoct for the other, all and Texan, and thU will The tho amonltlujand coartemea aro ohserv ed as a oandidate for the Demo- Hon. Frankfort dispatches sjv did opportuutyy for houioaeokersa aplen tOBO-cuHenry George, member of d, und thoWugh ponouul ood wUl eratio nomination for attorney The analysis mado by Dr. J. M. 8afford, of Vanderbilt University, Marblo a good location. Honumfents the new prises board, will bejria eouut UexUt between thorn. inrfniljparticulars, General of the Slate. lie la next week to make speeches in and for freo "copies of aato ratt, oto., luniLmniniir ii. and other information, on application to (J. H. MotuttH, lruKDit, Mf,eow, Ky,. very fine lawyer, and we suppose, the third anDellstedlatriet In th Inatraied iphleta about Arkauaaa. says ho hells PlanUitlon Oliill Cure and being a "native Loulaiana and Ti BTOyE WORK of all Kinds, nnd to tbe manor interest of Demoeratio nemiaee. fluiU it sulU hia trade lwauo it ttrani-ra- t M. ADAMI, and will come ro tbe first district IRQN FENCING, Sto., &a. T. P. A.. n.iiis tu w the Nyrtom of all maloriul poison born" that the First District Istar and saeak is te interest ef or B. Vr.lnKtuvM, O 1. andT.'.V 'I aud lie Ruaranteea it. counties will instruct for him. Wheeler. St. bouu, Mq. c.irriwl tno yonngvat buy on his back. Ho stopped liero for nnverni hours and liU conversation IikIIchIihI that he was an nlueatt-i- l man. and pleased to bo no near hU destination, which b Fane Johuiou li tho Ualuu uf a man who struck tills town last Saturday afterimon on ItU way from I'hooulx, Arizona, to (Jrave County, whero he hm fvlatlvw. 1IH story, briefly told, Is hh follows ! !"lvn utouthi ago ho left l'hoonlx w Ith two horsw, a wagon, a wlfo and thntl children. Thoy travel etl comfortably until tckuiN overtook tlieut aud ids wlfu died. Prrtty noon after the death of his wife hla daughter dud, atiA thou uuo of tlio homes dld. Keilnced to financial stmlu. he was roinpi'llrd to sell the remaining homo and tl.r wagon, and proteed afoot With his two lxiys, thnyoungft being a baby. He h id walked foorteen hundrod inllea, ami the Ktratcr part of tito distance t;o restilutlohs . mark mm 'ro gut t3 IK YOU WANT OLOBIi, CASH lKIOE8 OK fa-tar- , vTIIIS wirtsH 1 L!."1, Stoves, Tiinvarc and Groceries Phono rvo. IS THE TIME OF YEAR M. S. SHAW'S, r Blood Purifiers WANT Chill Tonics WHEN TOU ineii.MA.rv. H.v r A1SD We Invite Comparison of Quality, Style and Prices, tiuftrnfta j I s Groceries Hanhvurc, 1 a s and m Fresh Moats, 9 A f.a-m- n 9 Z V XjedLford db :Ft.ore:r'e.. goto Z f H. C. Ambersr. i 2 A tff sun-pH- UeMcmtlc Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. AsfUJUIIY. Call and See out New Stock of Jewelry. - It Cost No More te Gash. Book Store. && Qoak m "Majestic" Cooking Baagss. The Best in the World t'4inist flar 3W X JBaW HM0 In Buying One of these Ranges t IN THE U8E OF FUELU U--- r & & Bartlett, Provisions, win unwn iHBLBBin 'IM llllH ryt in rl nortgi i?ancy firoccnes ana ......0 M-i.- &jl ..... Baltzer m r H. B. SEaVARD, KERR &. RANDLE, Mpt.Slfia.s J Q THe Cash Grocer c I U. Silverwaro.lc Sut-jfrl- rr't. JUJlCKMAN HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 0.32, 1MM(. S DAVIDSON 3EsMnlUl.msBiJiai9Itl Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. irRBOTO , s, 1 PARS o Bpson la . A. F. OLI VSR, !,. Springs. ., ' Macon County. Tennessee. Undrtksr'c rszzzitiTj.v-"T:r''- ' Htop-oven- -- --- .., HICKMAN MARBLE WOJtKS. ' xni Granite White, Black and Red Sulphur, also, lybeate and Freestone Waters, f re !, Prop'r, John M. Bogan, Epnn, Tennos8e. I r ii -. tf Aftl'.l IJiMAvnttfAVJ hi 1111111 it it. in i ni i"iWMfruftTlraTtffniiTOioWff1iiTilM I i f i ,..ia---TO.-... in jjiiwij..ii.iri, i m..m iti j, r ., iii un iiTi JjwjM'fi-.jj-.r-'- rniiiiii n r rrrniwiiT ii Mmrirrwirinri rri jvrasyw..rrayttg1fcjtag.ajr-?tffiiiaT-j7ftgtaA,- . m wrr n .!,.' t in. m.r2ri'jv iiirKt mi r smismt emni tmmmmmmiWKMWm .gMiMgMLjMj jKmi9mmmMi--mzv.7n.immKhi;-wriKzrmcr'F:m?Mmmm- m ei nil mm m ii i wana m - u S'v PpyW' wmmmmmmtmammjes 11' Mrwiini't" ' iMaTi"-- i . - fTif'"ii',nigtiriinigii-niliii-Sa(,- iil-ir- r - r -- - - M- - - mh At ", tiiYirfciiiirnHnii'.ii M&UrUK9MlW " (V- - C f SRi&r' Tfff I.IWtrf,lPiafcM i MMiUaiiitl gJjJStltJDJ!L!Aj'fa'"iMjt''" i'.MTr.w.u-,- . fi . a """"i Hickman's Greatest - Store! r mttt!mmmmm?i?mmttfflimmtTTmTiffiTm?mmumtt&! Our 1l4 MlAMWM94Mrmt.Bmm Council ProcccetlMN. . , HickmIs, K Qo't. BrdJ IKW. u Council met in rupohr mwlon , Pre, pnt, Mnyor llllldii, Uotiucihuou KllUon, Weoru, UrtVU: Xhimipwa niu iJniidcrH, Tho unptcH nf tha hint regular ineutt iiiK nnd of callW mcctiuKi hold on tkh tuuiWr 13th, iud 13tn, vrcro rcutl, approved aiitiliilts , i.np loiimvtuttnccrnntM wcro.prc3itt ed, proncrJy approved, lifch on uiotlou were nllovi'l aud checks ordered Lwucd ... for thoanicmatsi , , V. Ij,McOutclicu.3i'it havrnll. 32.W O. Wllk(reou, liunlliig &tv it iiiix) 1.7. O Nichols, " . , " " s B0 Tlio Snpt of Water and niectrlo Light! tiled tlio following hU report for thu moutu or acptember: Tohal lu ticamiryflept. I4t, . f (J1S4 " a um't collected ill tJcptuuuVr, 2W23 a-- Bargain Features! 3 . , Autumn Attractions vftth (Jreat- Millinery penirig Display fans been a complete success in every respect. The young ladies in charge, Mue llmTWfcOf and GbALDEK, havo received mtlclk praise fbr the beautiful lints and Bonnets displayed. Wo confially ihVite yfou to inspect tlio oflVr-in- g. A dcsc'riptioii ot tnb beautiful things displayed Would be itdpo's3iblc. They muul bo seed t'o bo appreciated. lty ain t spent dnnug 8epl ', 247.81 Ilelinule Goods ti be lwd at THIS ST0JW NEXT WEEK for small All tho ntwj frcali stocks wlil-ri- i mm ten days aro nUW IihAL) fdr the innpccvion ol bur customers. XUfi up lor tli We can only in this njiaro a lew of OUR SPECIAL BAHUAINS. wis ifdVo uujn oldtl " Bnl. la treasury Oct. M., f 70.78 Tlio City Mnralnl presented liU report ., for month of September a fpllows : 23.7(1 To finet. collected, " " rtpjrtLd In AuRtwt, 7.10 gu KHALI. MM' OF tfNY Jackets and Capes t'Kish Ctfpcs, trimmed .' tvith Augorn Fur. Braid add Bvadsj only ; 'J.uu V'f hIiow n " llifrftt. taxes collected, 5 na.io 470.93 (IUUH Tlll.MiS NEXT MKKfel Fall, 1898, A Grand nnlftnmd lltfp nf Dry Goods is A.-i- oi Now Here! Brown's Shoes In Ht Clothing Prize !ss- BOYS' OLOTiilfoG. Bailor Btilta Kbw atjrle double-breasted and Notions. patterns UKK86 nOODB-Fnn- cy Iter yard Do, 10c, I'Jjp, 'J.i, up. Fancy Moreeb Skirting, ... . 'JOo rUlNTB-r- .o cjuallty, funoj patterns, our price, per J.. 3o BATHHNU-- lu fuuey colors, lUJo Wo value, our price, por id MIOWK DOMKbTIO- -1 lot 4jI , ........ llo medium 1 lot 4x4, good vnlue , 4r ULKAUIIKI) DOMKSTIOB fie nlue, inuet ro next work nt lo ... Ho Bon finish, To value, for FLANNHL-L- ot uiililenehed, 7o fio value, our prlre Extra mine, uulilouctieit, lOo On quality, nur price, at I0u Extra II cuvv, In FIiANN:iir.lTi- :- Extra miml, faiir. print td, tleeccil worth 8c .....6o our price,... ... Emmy Online nt .....10o Wliy not .OOTTOS CHKOKS buy now f I'nncy Plaids nnd Btrlpi-K- , tlic very tiling for children, worth 7c, our price. ..4Jc 43.48 to 4,75 BUCHANAN'S, I'uUForwl Ooat, - - 'A. SHUKS FOlt MKN. jl.'Jonl.lii Heavy Crcitt, &l.(t) 1.7(i vdl. In Fine Slines for 1 115 3.'23 vnl. In Dress KM for 2'J3 SllOliS FOlt VOUTIIB. Mil. In lleovy aiioru for OOo ISA) vitl. in Finn Blioen for 125 1 .") - allOHB 1.A0 KO It Ii A I) 1 133. l.(K) OOo nt 1.U5 l.W val.n bit; bnrualn at 33c nnd 75o IufunlH. splendid vnluce at -- oo and r)Oc.,...'i..i.,3o BOOTS, IiKATURU. 1.12 Fairs. .Vmt be Sold at Act. 1.00 val. Fiuo Uougolan for 1.10 L'.OO ml. Kid Follali.barsaltt l.K) BMOHS FOlt MISSES. 1.15 r ui mi. Good Pebblo Grain Co 1.10 val. I'ot.l.ln Oriiln.biil. 1.10 vul. Felt Lined, liali. Oompriso Single and Double Sack and Ontawuy Frock styles, l.&H icci, from 4.08 to 12 00 OVlittGOATS to sdlt the olimatc. sTFor a Perfect Fit in Tailor made Olsthiog, go to BUCHANAN'S. 2.00 Talnej for uext .. 1.2A week, at 08c A good 1.40 valne for knee l'anta will bofcold at from 23o to COo MEN'B FALL dlX)TnIlfl3. e &ao Ladies Skirts, $1 upward. Bargains In Every Department! Unbleached Domestic, yard wide .. Dress Prints. Nioo Styles, puro Linen HandkercbieU, Mens Army and Navy Wool Socko All Wool Jeans Vest Quality Table Oil Cloth, ..iL.iii. .. :..... 504 01 Total coltectiona, 501 0J liy Treiwurtr'rtrc'tstnfnll, The City Trcanarer filed hU rctxjrt for mouth of Septomber us follows : OKNF.Ui. YVHT) ACCOUNT. ., ... To al. In trpiwwry hV. report, S -- 2in.d " abi't poiii uy Tom j,lria47.ai C37.C1 Total. I By checks paid in Sept., 3c ttc ffc o To bal. Bal. to credit General Ftahrl, $ triTEn ikd uonr account. 408.1 , " report, nm't p'd by Tom union, 1 pr Anfc. J1.0G4.02 jr. i,ooa.4J ta,127.35 610.70 I1.6I0.CC 25c 10c EUiSOIl, By Total. coupons and cxchaiiRe, Bal. to credit this account, "L. P. &W. it Hickman, Ky. Hats and Caps! Men and' boys, Just to suit your taste. Boys Fancy Caps go at 25o for unl Gnt. HUD TICKB-f- io, innst be sold next UIUKOKV-Oo- o.l lyc.'Jio, vhIuoq 10c Week Oo, Iflo, 7u Gnoil KirlpcP nuil plalda. , FLANNKL WOOL Any ehnilc or volot, 'JOc, LT)C null 35a vuluis l."o go nt 15o, 21c. tifiuv ObllilroiiM LINSBY WOOJj-If- or V vnlnc. BOOTS, GUM, both knoo ntitl litp Bonta. Mast bo sold very chenp. fU.M) to 4.00 From GUM COATB nnd LKGGINGB to wnrd off severe colds uutl other ills. ftjens Gaps, good value, 25c to DOo Mens nobby Black Hats, n good 1.75 value, to tiosnld for.i.M.1.38 Mens Fancy Hats, an elegant vfl. 75o be, for ...u.i liuuiuuaiuuiiiiiiaaiiUiiu.iiuiuiuuuiiuiaiiiuuiiuiiR 90 Don't Forget l9Ge99M .BBBBBBBBBBI IIBBBBBBBBIBBbI """ Ct)li.E0E llOKh ACCOUNT. To audi ree'd from W. O. John- 11,018 30 oil, treasurer, By bal overdrawn, Aur. , 4.00 report, 10 bouddand int. p'd 1,014.30 1,018 30 CITY HALL ACCOUNT. 0.21, To ImI. per AttKoiit report, By int. paid on 2 bonds 0 mouths, 6 00 , ' TP LTLJ We J V bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbibW Bedding Sate. A good pair Ho jJ,,ttS or Triinmod HATS for Ladles, MIrhpb and Ouildreu. NKXT WEUIC wilt bo the time to iiuiko your parehnRO in this line. Dowry Hats, 7ro hIiio. for 50o lloliflon Trimmed Hats for...50o lilX) A 3.r0 value tnnat go nt A 2.00 valuo will bo iiold for 1 25 FALL JACKETS AND CAPES, Gomo to us for the iMoot styles White or Grev, a good 1 00 valne, to be sold for 75c 2.50 taloa mast be sbld for 1.75 s Good value In fall Bleed 75o for. 8teen top Comforts go at. ..1.25 SPECIAL BALti, (Join-fort- of Blankets, i0x4, Sell Shoes. i Soda JFbuittain, S& That COWQILL & COWG1LL aro rnu- piug their and cvcrythluR thoy servo will bo NICK aud CLEAN aud FRESH aud COLD CdcaCola Fruit Nectar, Ices, Phosphates, Crnshcd Fruits, Lemonade, aud drinks, as cold an ico other can tuako theni. ports. ' A committco of colored citizens apf pearod before tl s Ojuncil and requesteit k that the City hut u oomo klud of a or bridgo put ucrosn the ravine on. Vabrwli ptreet. On motion tlio matter is rfefcrrcd to tho Street Committee. On motion, tho City Marshal is directed to havo tho alley between Mrs. Jennie Maddox and Jack Talley opened." On motion. Council adjourned. Att.st. W. L.. McCutciikn, 0. 0. , foot-wal- "i Bal. to credit this account, . ,. W. O. Joiixson, Cltj; Trcas. Omnotlcn tho Btr'efjt,. Committee la iustructod to examine tho quality of Kravel obtained troin tho bars near Sled-ley- 's Landing, Mo , on tho rivir, aud report on its adaptability for street pur- We Tiy to Give for your money, than r f ilrcKHfn, Pti'., 20d hihI .'t5o vntuo next week for 18o to 33o... . 18a Oo raluo Itoll Cotton go at.. ... Co Mrnn lint f HoKf, 8o miIiio, nt . Go IjuIIcs IlotttiKOHl 8a Men Blnrla trout 3So to 7Go. ,.Mo Uojs Fmicy Waist, t!3o vhIup, f.fla Mean Bwratcm, Lltf value, nt l.fH 6iinUitl Tnblo Oil Cloth, 2oo vnt- 18o tie, linen mI fiOo A good Umbrolla for...... Fall anil Winter Carpets. Ingrain, good value 48o be sold nt 7fto An extra valne, nil wool nA few Fancy Patterns to go at 30o Ohlueao Hemp, 25o'tb1dp, at,...19o Lot of Samples to be sold at cost. 22o Lot of Floor Oil Cloth at Bee onr new line Window QUades. Estra-snper More Stylo, more Sat Mactioh Wo boliovo Wo do it, too. To the Pliblic! watchmakfcr and jeweler, formerly witlf 's Ed. Meyer, can tfow bo, found at BtSik Store, where ho vilLhe plcaa-- h to seo his old friends aud customers His reputation us a skillful workman fef Wil-srfn- lli. CitAS. G. Sciilf.xker, tho expert Tor OOo, will Wc boliovo NO Shoo dealer, any rhbro Ae in thu World. tries harder to please pooplo tBou WE tld, WEarotlotKjtUlKa . unless YOU aro pleased also. The eclnhratod liuo of cheaper, medium price ShoH, Before pnrehvslnfr, be sate to limped our full and complete Una. ...tlie'.'H. CCodman,".., Patent and Stock Jl LIME, CEMENT, k (fVUrVIV V- - m?? t k IB UOHANA3ST. 1irtfiCHtl7mefmfiaaie.Taisw aud fchilrtrcniV hbdiir 72 p.ilrs, in DtiaVola, Ivans. Calf, Chocohito and Black, Hocl uud Too, tJprinK IfceL Laco And Button, Coin aad Uonunon-sonso i LmSSsm uNAtoEN EVERY PfEOE." 9 Tiprf. L'OWNEY'S ,v M ftf well known to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. Ho will carry in stocky Hue ot flno optical Roods, and will make tno, ntting ox gins to tno eyes a specialty: Nd fchatgo for teAing the cye-- t stRht. tto will ao glve.Bttetkm to tho repairing of tlno watchoa and, jayrery All work promptly attended to, aud satisfaction guaranteed, GIvo him a trial. , Jflsi as ecod SlyifiS llrio( as in tho hlghcr'-prlccEvery pair guaranteed to givd you satisf.tctiou. . . . a FlioSf OX THE TENTH. '( Chocolate Bonbons. 4iiz nr COWGILL&COWGILl.'f fen October Will Bring d b'efere Da'sV of Early Winter, i licks predicts somo ropgh weather for October. He says the opening dajrs of tho month will bring moro or loss rc action from , tha high barompter and, chaugo, to cooler which followed Uio Cool day closing Hoi int In September, and frost nt niglit in tho north, aro prob10th. From about tho able about 8th to 17th to thp COth, look for heavy raint nail, thunder, 'vind and possibly torna- doos southward. , A high baroniotfcr wiltrusli down from the northwest, causingsleet aud snow on tho northwest tan-- . gent, and winding up over mncn oi tucj Ninntrv ellli vnry fiv.ri dtlfill of (mrlw winter. A general cold wavo will curt tins iritKt, Dctugqnitosnarp nonnwani, and bringing tho tCmpcratr.ro down tq fiostllnaonito fsr into tlio Southern. states. Very markwl storm conditions wm appear to tno west aoopt tno uiu, nnd as these" conditions mova eastward during the SOth nnd 31st heavy autumnal; storms will touch uiet scctloni ot the country 11 vA - CALICO bi:st in. It'nc DOORS, BLINDS, UOrtD RKANII SASH, SHINGLES, ETC. k CALICO J. alher&Dodds OUR STORE 18 A HEAVY B inuooiHTH. Ladies, Mfsscs, Chlldn YArt-WIU- m i DOMESTIC Hc, $1.50 1.25 9&c Tho West &erit8cky and West uesseo Teif- - .(jm M SO in. IV.ncAiis a Builders' Material Alwny nu haini GRTOD EXPOSITION CASH SHOT3 VC 8TORE, BltiE & KBYL1SHV Fulton Wedncsdav. and will bo in ses sion, all tho week.., Elder Horner, pastor of the Hickman, church, and tho following dcjrgat.es exported to attend: Jndgo Naylor, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur King. S A. Colo, Mr, and Mrs. B. B. Sanders, and Mrs. Mattio Prat her. Bantbt Association convened m u Will cheerfully make intimites on any qumitlty dmlivtl, and gnarantco lowest prie fall m mm and faioss Prices for Cash! 35.00 Open BurrIcs for " " 150.00 Top " " fiJorr " 70.00 showing of intense interest of itself DOUBLY interesting when the :ra a ggiwcq rFm iCaP I havea enlondid 6toek of Chi- 4re4is Misses aud. Ladies Underwear, rBofh fn.rt?parato pieees and combination als'Ati4lcrs to enit overylKxly. IIU. AMHKIia. LP.&W.S.E!!ison Local and Personal. LlRht FarU U vUitlnR in Troy 3. M. Bray spiill SstimUy and Snii' day in Fulton. If yon want la catch tho fall tr.ido ou muit advert Lto. Mr. John O. Hfln,of H Bnolian-An'c- , I in St. LoaU Mi Essie Htiiut, of Columbus, Wfut Ml EXTREMELY LOW PRICES artf couslderol. " ' Domestic and Calicoes. Very best brands Calico, others aok 6 and 7c for, 5c 3j, 4 and 5c Heavy yard wide Brown Domestic, 25c per yard JEANS, all Wool, 15c " FLANNEL, Red Twill, all Wool, COTTON FLANNEL, extra value, at 5, 6 and 8c LADIES It- $7..00 Phaeton I75.00 Surrey ' " $80.00 45.00 50.00 C0.00 6T.00 " 65.00 Harness, Heavy Lap RouM and Whipf choapor than t'liowuuro. Try ns. Wo waut your trade ' I 'See SANDERS & REElrM j people aro moving , Tn6 shanty-boa- t South for tho vlntcr.ji.nit scarcely a day pasbee that a number OT tttcra boats do not pass the city. Todgo Lee" of Mayfleld, has liecn appoint mI roftrJie." Itt tho bankruptcy district eompchcd ot tho counties ot Graves, Hickman and Fultou. . si. Btlrfg ycfur old turutturo to Stephens & Smith for repalnl.f Expert workman, and work dono Wttn ifbat nesa aud despatch. Jndgo Cantmll, of tlio Franklin . circuit comrt dedded nRahif t tho Louis' vlllo Banks in (hk ,teit a '0 laat week, The I xuka will appeal tho caee. Tholia'y raltii oJ last week did A trrent damaue to th conutv roads. prbjr sytcin of ihruluago at pnch places would prove oeddtiniy m tho long run. -- A afAitTitlvif. in tho city this woil.. Mr A W Lindsay luado a llyhiR trip to UhiciiRO last wult Id . i,'nin JiOio wo cn'n f.aro raliliii hash nml rjnnll on tonnt. Acortw, lievch nnd hickory nnts aro ftild to Iki puntir.l thu year. Tlio now volunteer hata for ladles ro liaudr.onio and very beCoinliiK. Dr. S. K DavWson Hjfnt 8 if unlay and Sunday m Tiptotivlllo, Tenu. Mrs. 8. M. Ilrav is vkuting her li-HMr. Hud Mrs. Hester, in Fulton. Mr. and MrH O B. Morris, of May. field, arovUltiiiK W. (L Helley's family. MeUs. W. 1'. Tayha-- and Tmi of Fulton, writ) In town Tuesday. Mr, Fred l'nrcell, who ha located at Jouesboro, Ark., was in tho oity this Col-Ki- SHIRT t WAISTS, For Fall arid Winter Wearl i night. Pa., Hcurv Stnusou diM hi Moscow One day ItLat week, ngel Hi ycarrf. INs Was well know n to many of oar rtadfcrs: tho report of tho Farmers and MercJiantH' National uanK, pnuiisuea in this issue Nicholas R. Ifolcomtm will retnrn tVl Uia regluieut at Oamp Jttado, Middlo-tow- 4 . forWiuter Ladles Woot Waist, "Bannc Brand,". Ladies Fleeced Back, good' dark stylo Wo aro tho oufy"hotiso i (own that carries a line of Wuutt 1.50 to $'2.2& nt 75c j ,-;H- 8a 1.60 wane and-2.0- 0 Wraopsf Dress. SflhW -' Our handsopio (TANNER BfUNt Fleeced Back WftATPERB, at 75c, 8c, $1.25, Jnit; half what they will cost to uiaku nt homo. DRESS 8KIKT8 Sf wtf Wobf omls, Black aud Fancy Colors, from OHo to 16.00 'Wiwk. r I Mrs, John V, Mayes fa vWtiiiR her pan nts at l'aniKonld, Ark., foi bovnal weeks. MLw lion MoutROiiiery is vWtiiiR Iter eirnslu, Mrs, J. A. Wheeler, at Ty ler, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. LcnU Fields, of Fill, ton, viiitrrt Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Powell, this wook Wo learn that Dr. Jas. Baker, of this city, will shortly focato nt Jones-borArk. Yon can not spend flvo days, and a ov dollars, maro protltably than by vUltlnRtho Cairo fc'rw Strtot Knir, Oo-tol- MILMNBRY'-Ladtes- We afiovr the largest line of Sailors in i town,-li- t all the Colors and Shapes 1'csa Sailors Dcwcij" "Sampsdn" nnd all tho lending fihapes ocrr "Hofatm, Choice? than Millinery Prices, ! Chicago'. Embroidery, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Olovcs, aud now cry low my orico on all. II. O. Ajuieuo. r A. J. Wliinnlc. of Bandana .Mr. Ballnnl county, was lu tho city last ween, and paid the Couuikii a pleasant visit. Govirumeut drcdRO boats arc at work cleanitiR out tho Obion river, and workiiiR up to tho vicinity of tho town of Obion. Mrs. J. W. Blaud, accompanied by Lydia Goalder aud Hazel Johnson, H tsitiuR her sou, Willard Blaud, Uuiou-towKy. Mr. John' M Samuels, died, ot his homo iu Clinton; Hickman county, last. Ho was commisiioner ot Horticulture at tho World's Fair, at Sat-urda- y fJSt" Sec Iho Iew Ribbons, .Laws, Pricca abont 25 per cent DRESS GOODS Au'tu,irin'8; CJiiofcesb NOVELTIES. 11 to 16. 1'alHif raliUI Vul nil Oomn'iln ami lusjieet our slock, which 0. tho LA1K1UST and BEST in towu. Auuthtir lot iiniiur Wfwlltt. Mt UOAAWitSli's mi u h,,j,f LW(&&riiAW A atnnk thBt will more thffo maintain otrr paaLfrstlgo, fof showing thu nicost ' lino In Hioknmn. m Sou out Hun of Ducks and Cotton Suiting I'J Inch, all m,ooI Uhovlot. worth 60e. for . 3 V) 43 inch all Silk an 1 Wool Novelties, worth COo iitul W)c, If. SllOW uijAuk UKKba uoowa-- wu jf Brocules, SerRoJ, 6ohufrs, oto '. 25o to ft mpletu Hit DltlttO VATTEHNSni to 7 yard Ion Rllu, iu Covert (Jloth. Silk and wool miih.. $.1 50 to S ., Don t fail to look ut onrst(k of Dkm LiOAdi!. 'ljlmuiiiiRS :in.l bilks. Wn lo.v.. 4'Wl' !..,. tp . this week Mr. R. M. Mcthouv will l9ie Sun-'ifor Wiuclicster, IV , to attend the meeting of tho Grand LodRn. 1. O. O. F1 Ko. t a in u delegate from l'ultou LodR this oity y hlf-V)- I especially calfthe attcution of tho trado to my stock of School Shoes, also Ladies Shot's. Thoy aro tho Very best for stylo aud wear.. H. C. Amiibiui. Tho Bardwell Slar saya tuat last year thei-Scpum as a killluR Ur 22nd. This year there han been uouo Yet. Messrs. Euruo Naylor, P.J. Frehfe, Henry Helm, Robt. Gotdder mil Isitk llwvanl aro attending tho St. LouN jF fil kj- crnttntctioua. Tho Lacledo Hotel is to movo nexf week rufo tho Commercial Hotel bnild-- ' ingpendiug tho erection and ccmpletlou 6f tho now Lacledo building. Thft W. O. T. U. will meet at Mrs" H. 0. AMimitn.nt 8 o'clock p. tn.' Emma Stovo'as' colored, of ner Fol- Sallin Jonc, Meinbors aro requested to'to j.rrisont to . .A l..i Tll(,lft.l f .int, ,1 vi II- Itna boiu: reports of deltgates from the Stater road for $,O00 dimuges for tlio loss of Convention. her hon s It gs w l.tcn a cro out oir ny a Tho Obion Chroulclo says : Ono Mr? train on that road Wills, .of Push, a llttlo villaRO on Uie Now that tho summer sefttfm is liiiko bluff. nccMontlr shot his dainihtcr ni0er, the fall season nere und tho your a grown young idy, last )3nuday morn" ter sfasou coWliir on, prepare to do lug. Ho got ont his revolver" with a? buildiug up of tho Dirt towards the view to cleaning it .up and tradiug it.' you livl. town in which Unknown to Mr. Will, his son had aU ready ileaiicd thu pistol and loaded it, Mrs. S. M. Hubbard w.is unable to So it is tho old story ho dldirt know it attend tho W. O. T. U. St.lto Coh was o.idcd, uud it wont off, the half vontioU at.Lonlsville, but submitted her striking .VL-- Wills iu tho hip. It & report ou Iygiplatlou and IVtltlons, of thought tho wound will prove fatal. wliich cowmittoesho was thaiim.m. Aud you'll readily seo how Tho Paducah No9 coidcsa llttlo' Mrs. Iarper Inn now on dfsplui 1)0 poaslblo to freshen up tho parnotice iu lat week's Courier nnnounc' of Fall aud Wlnfcr Millinery. ft will hcrlmo lui? (Ilnrk'n circiLsand tho caudidatrx for Everythiiig now and ftyllsh, with mauy lor anrif Congress to uptiear In HicktnaA' on the A chair licre, a tablo thero, to replace same day. inviting tho pooplo to cdine1 hich novelties, but low prices, will lw Shu will thosoworif, 6r wearing out makes u ont and ono of the leading feature. tako their choice OL tno entertake pleasure in serving lorawr oitstom-cru- . great dlffereuto iu u fcbni tainments, to which tho Nows adds' "Go to tho snoakiug by all nif.im. It is n cimis. Reeves is a iHilitkal ..acrobat SoivlC&s iW usnal at tho Baptist Quantity, It Isn't tiie tumbler. Hu' aud church next Suuday. tlnbjoot at 1 1 a. l)oc-j- ." racoiu Montana was usa . Heiiofican,-At 7:15 p. m.,' "Hearers aud aud after rvuchbig Kentncky ho imp m., "Ls thu Young Man of IfiOkmau But the Quality ed oor his old party tho demo i.itlc " Safe?" Every one is iuvited id especand 1ft, rnuulug as a middlcuf.thu-- " ially tho yctoV people at tho night serW. W. Uouncu, PaUr of'F"nrnitnr6 in a" room which makes it reader. " vice. On the "Streets of (' ilro" fllliuois).- - artUtlo. ASSIGNEE'S NOTfCE. . Octolier 11 t ) 15, will bo i i n vane' rillo Wo sell urtlbtio gooiU, strong aud durai(? ami HavniK ((ualiiled as attiaeliiAis, .1tn.atio' feats, cud variety nt I'couoiuind prkt-nIf all iKrsoiiH holding claims ty,'aitint It. S. able fnrciturv thd' ropo walking, Uillouu asCciiJdon Murrell ar6 respectfully notified to tlio anil parachute. drojM; clow ns, dancers, on don't believo it, como ami seo. tho sauio wtth ui(j, projM'rly nrovtd ac" tr.ipero I tomui'cus united, in wie conling to law, at my oftlce in Fulton,1 re iii,,'i'i. l j on. tJioii consiautiv fail SOth, curring niiu''iuutH which ran not Stephens & Smith Ky ThUSipt, W 1803. . P. TAYLOR, toplv.uo atl wno i.ircsu; ino raw uvot Aviiijute of R. S, Murrlr a novelty to many pooplo who live' lu tbo Interior., aucn niensuro will no Riven, fro" ofclwt, at Ofllro, Ilf , duringtno utrcet rair, ucicoer n ut iu. I will tskn nloasure hi hhowlnc Goods," tho nicest MiUiitfmi Of Sifts and TrlanuinjS? ofer off ered before adon't fall to seo them. lio - rfiln ("irt' fho riviu l!f tr Clark's Circus and Menaccrio ad vertised to exhibit Monday, failed to op- pear, mncu to the dtiapiointmeut of e. largo crowd of people, having been de .. layed by heavy roads in .Miv-ouHoAryver. Jt reached Hickman Tuesday nioriiiiignnd exhibited Tcefl-danight, Weduesday and Wednesday nlfiht. SUBSCRIBE TO THE 'DELINEATOR' and save inouey hi buying Buttcrlek Patterns. Pattern chrckS uiVcn each month liy which eertuin 20o uittems Fashion sheets aro sold nt 10c each. Wh.ton'h Book Store, Ag't free. Tho FullOu County Fiscal court Uas in session Moudny, with all tho magistrates present except from Fulton iu wliich nreciuct there is a acuuoy. Tho cl.iinU' ifllowed aggregato about S.700.00. Tho court rewilved to build a bridgn across Llttlo Obion, the cost of saiuo not to exceed (1. 000.00 mm np poiutod a committee to execute tho order. They also resolved to cIuuiro thq Dycrsburg mid. tho cost of chaugo uot tor owned fdSO.OO., Tha tlnnucial uoiidi-tio- n of the county is good, but ncccrato figures can not now bo given. lot-tewy Loot oft" our desk, Wetlucsday mor'n ing, 1 Petty Cali Book, 4x5, willf Sheepskin baok. Fiudor pleaso rotunf to us aud oblige, BALTZER & DODDS, JoTiume Mooro has returned home? from Luxora, Arki Tho Equal Rights Cluovrtn nM at Mrs. C. H. Hubbanls at S :30' o'clock p. nt. Mn. Geo. Be.do and mother havo returned homo afti'r a visit Wfricmhi at Currolton, Ky. Tlio Midway at tha 'Vyorld'a Fair was a famous feature. Tho Midway at the Cairo Freo StrtetFulr will bo worth' mine to oo, oven if thero wcro no oth-- " lost: . Di-C- i y 1 1 Think It Over, bed-room- s r -- . tr, .' u ! .".i , K -- mu I &t . - . dmll n h II I i ii i mnii iiiiiii I:?. i . mmm MBWr4!t'j I iirt m i"fiw. as Na8t jytjWW - J'UMn, ' fTft .- - - Pure Blood Good Digestion Thesa (ire the essentials of henltli. Hood's Harsspnrllla Is the Rreftt blood purifier nnd atnnwh tonlo. It promptly expels tho Imptrrltlrs wliloh causo pimple, sorrs mid eruptions and lv (rtvlnir healthy action to lliottomnch nnit dlppstlvoorpnwi It keeps the system In perfect order. she nnci li.nl xnil" He went outdoor tony what he wanted. He felt that he to my afler that tlinirt. mit'dn'l tb justice to it in the home. CLi-ca- IVhrtt Tlies- - ICtiesr film "There sre plenty of women who would elsd (o Rrt ine," ne miiI. "Very likely," xlic replied, pointedlr, "hut none of them would rare to keep you after I) Dli. TALtiAGFS SEKMON. Ilnrsli Critics Arc Not Wnntt'U Within the 1'cnrly Ontcs ofJIcmon. Soma Dogs Might tin Welcomed lljr III Saved Men VI hu Have Hail Troubles In Ihl World Vn Make- - Their l'ost. Hood's Sarsaparilla Amrrlcn'sOreatess Medlrinn. II; sir lortt rrepircrtonlybyG I HomlACn.,I-orrll.M- . Mnn.l'c llli re Hoods. pill to tute flOOU b Dtllc withtho onlv rsprllla. Ix "It'a always pretty safe to judge n man by the company he keeps." "Oh, don't know. There are exception. My I nele John's liuines maket It necessary for him to associate with aldermen a pmxl deal, and still I'd trut him with es try dollar I've got in the world. Chicago Evening Newt. 1 I'nslinfcen Cnfldencr llilrnt at the lllter of vlii 1)1- - Cotiiforu tt vt hunted stap making for tho water. The fascinating nnluml called In my text tho hart is tho same nnimal that A Knmllr Affair. in sacred nnd profano lltcriituro is Rich Uncle You might as well stop called tho stnj, tho roebuck, the lleautv. She hasn I bind, mooning tlmut Mi the pazollc, tlio reindeer. been in love with von, after all. She'a been yri, In lliblo times, nftcr the money she thought you would in- In Ccntrnl there wero xrliol herit from me. rnstro fields Im)osVibleI Why do you think of them, ns Solomon suggests when Xephcw ho aays, "I charco you by tho hinds "I have proposed to her myself and been of the field." Their autlcrs jutted acptci."-- X. Y. Weekly. from the lonjr prnss ns they lay down. No hunter who has been lonjj In- "John Ilntvnll mid the Philippines. llrown's tract" will wonder thnt In tho Send four cents (in stamps) for an ilTHE APPARENT REASON. lustrated booklet issued by the Chicago, Illble they arc classed among elenn It stops coughs of all kinds. Milwaukee A-- fit. l'aul lUilw.iv. the direct nnlmnls, for thedews, the showers, tho She Itenilllr Accounted for tb Con docs so because Ii Is a tooili-In- g route across the American Continent to the lnlces washed them as clean as the sky. - of tha fie possessions of the United New Trans-Vaand healingrcmcdvor great When the patriarch Isaac longed for ataut WearingStates. Full of latest reliable information venison, l'.aau shot nud power. This makes It ilie greatHaiti.. brouiflit homo and valuable for reference. Can be used est preventive to consumption. Ia.iin)i compares tho n roebuck. a a text book in school, .tddrrea Oeo. II. ileafTord, fJen'I Pass, and Ticket Agent, spriglitllncsa of the restored crlppJeof rcarvttl Dotty tat on a atool beside her mother Celebrated for more than a Chicago, III, millennial times to thu lotifj and quick looking at the pictures in an old church Put one of century u a delicious, nutrijump of tho staj,', sayinf, "The lamo book. There were anarlt and cherubim Mlaunderatood. bevtious, and and harpitta gaKire, and in them the child shall leap ns the hnrt." Solomon exAycr's Cherry Pectoral "How much is a ticket, mistah?" found much tu Interrst her. The last r erage. Has our well known pressed his disgust at a hunter who, "Fifty cents for the grand stand," in the book was of a doicn or more haying shot n deer, is too Iaiv to cook Plasters over your lungs angel floating on the elouda. "How much fs de tickets fob. to ait Jowd, Above the YELLOW LABEL tt, saying, "llie slothful man roast-et- h head of each shone tht atmbohc halo. Those mistah ?" Up to Date. halot bothered Dotty. She had nesersccn not that which ho took in hunton the front of every package, turn a neat! arem amiajicwasperpleicd. ing." In the I.niiKunue of (he I) a jr. and our After a minute's thought the held the book . Library Hut one day David, whilo far from its swift feet than with Its horns, glory," and when opened it conHe I shall never love again. un to her mother ami said. "See, mamma, Souveulr of the War with Ver foar eenU l alsmpa Inraf rots. I saw whole chains of lakes In tho tained the ashes of those who w era "La Belle Chocolatlcre- "She Ah. An immune. Indiananolis thu homo from which he had been the ladies w hal'a gut wings and funny things Spain, t. aa will .n4j"UHilu n.e.lUal twvka. Journal. driven, nnd silting near tho mouth of Adirondacks, und from one helghtj:ou once called great. The third son took on their hrada." on the back. The mother looked. "Thoie are anrelt, a lonely cave where he had lodged, and can see SO, and there arc said to be he vase of clar. nml. it Mtvaftoa Adrlcm Tip "Did you sunnoo the good realty do on dear," the id. 8 be NONB OTHER QENUINB. W the banks of n pond or river, hears over fcOO In the great wilderness of 'ound It emntr. but on the bottom cif The was a collector of souvenirs. ,ai tha eseluslva serf lees rt die joung!" "ii ''iX)n't know, I'm sure; "And what's the funnv rtna 4nt,. young Sina Cf ilia ino.iriaiMvut faf.iTMn. "car are incy to encn ,t wns Inserted the nnnu of Und. from the war man who had justso returneda heads, mamma?" the child asked. An but I'm perfectly convinced none but the a pack of hounds In swift pursuit, Xew York. lit lh llBlSe-- l Ml. l'nu.U4lct-'r-UKlllcould not refuse slight an4 Utt SlieiKa young ever die good." Tow n Topics. llecausn of the previous silence of the other that your mountain guide picks I King XI in rod asked hlscourtlers w hiclt "Tho art halos, Dotty " Alt she wauted was aomething by m ihni tar slslnxvou luwleal "..-- - nw'T ' v m.tm. I forest tho clangor startles lilrh, and ho ..J. . vu..v. W.V5 LIU. IIUIU lUhU iU case tliey thought weighed the most. wnivn so reinrmoer in campaign in Miu. "Dots they wear them always, mamma? 1, nia ,..rv. by Midi salt fau will raeaUs a II was about to respond In the usual ro- Doet all angtlt wertkem?" Her rirst Trip. "What arc we stopping says to himself: "I wonder utmlo jourt. those lake, tho small distance between them I'uo avaricious his court A. mantic fashion and offer himself, when she to nut the les. IVotty, All angels wear thttn and He WilTPD RAWPDf Me nn Iawsat Z for now: cruel)re Wcoinsdid the poor nilot dogs are after." Then there whatcrack- for that reason called a "curry." And ho vnse of goldmen of pools sa d stid Jnternoacil. 'fi;iswriY.$-A-i L,!vJa r amMBMi ? skew is a Tha i off." 'How Uio thev wear tbem all the lim," Lkjvt man hat X DORCHESTER, ling In the brushwood, and the loud the realm of God's word Is ono long iic of amber. Hut tho wivst men HASS. "When tber't in the bouse?" "All 1 desirt ! some worthless trille that do!"- --Truth. chain of bright, refreshing lakes; said the empty vase, bccnUHnno letter will remind me of the lurdlilpt)ou went " breathing of some rushing wonder of "Yes. Dotty ttiatutHto irao. "Wher. thet asleep?" promise lake, a Very; ' the namu of Got outwvighot a unl-- v through In defense of lilxrtr." For Whooping Cough l'io'a Cure ia a the woods and the antlers of a ,dccr each . "Yes." "How would one of tha buttons off my between them, and" successful remedv. M. I'. Dieter, 67 Throop rent the leaves of the thicket, and short carry re. "I guest ther wear their hales all the uniform do?" h inquired. Ave., Urooklyn, X. Y., Nov. 14, 'Oi. by an instinct which nil hunters though for ages the pursued have .been For Him I thirst; for Ills grace I bocj 1 want something that was aaaoei-atetime, mamma, cause they're afraid if they "No; recognize the creature plunges In- drinking out of them, they are full up 'on His rromtse 1 build tuy nlL With, tilth jou in your daily routine of life, took em nt! and hun 'em on the hat rack A Oentle Hint.-- He "It's reported that cure Id not a mark that Allea't 71erln 8alve Is tbeoolr sureI'leera, we're engaged." She "Well, I'm not to to a pool or luko or river to cool to the green banks, and the same Da- tat Him I can not bo happy. Ibavj of Uncle Sam's would designate any and all they d get broke.don't they?" Detroit Pre Prces. the srnrld frr ChraaU lleare, llnae soldiers. I tStrofulaae Claera. Tarlcaec 1'lrrra, VSaltc blame for the fact that it is only a report." Its thirst, nnd nt the same time by Its vid describes them, and they seem so fied tho world, au.1 it does wcil It In the parlor and preserve itwant to hang forever," aarea. II fSsrelllac, Snl, and all OMeipen.e and Urooklyn Life. capacity for swifter and longer swim- near together, that in Hireo dltrcrcnt r ougb ns far as it goes, but it is too never falls. lrawt out all poiauti. Haves "Itmust be Indestructible, thent" TWENTY-FIV- E DOLLARS FINE ming to get away from tho foaming places he speaks of them as n continu- uncrtaln a world, too ev.incsc.'iit a snffsrlnf. Cares permanent, BeuiiWe fur alalia. "Well, the more nearly so, of course, the Carbaaelaa, rllae. Salt atkenaa, Hae-ae-, fun "A thing of beauty." said the Comfcd harriers. David says to himself: "Aha, ous river, tho streams whereof shall world. I nm not a prejudlc. d witness better." Free Waatila. Brniatl foal) .tic: larre. andall For Wearing a Calico llrrat and aiiH) I'M. Book trea. .1. I. Ai.l.F.V Mr.Din.NC He was kist in meditation for some minFhilosopher. "is a joy until the fashion that Is mysclfl baul after me, Absa- make glad the city of God;'' "Thou 1 have nothing against this world I CO., at. Paal, ltlaa. SaM ar Oranlala. I'eaaltr lor ttclllaaj changes." Indianapolis Journal. lom after me, enemies without num- shnlt make thein drink of the rivers of have been one of the most fortunate, utes. Then, with brightening countenance, he eiclauncd' the Gonil. ber after mc. I nm chased; their bloody thy pleasures;" "Thou greatly en rich c to use a more Christian word, onu "How ttxiuglitless) it waa of me not to K UNITED STATES WALL MAP Cure your cough with Ilale'a Honey of I have the icrv muzzles at my heels, barking after my est it with tho river of God, which is o' the most blessed of men biecd rvalue It before! h nnrenounu ana iar. It It a singular fart, but none the lets earned it for wreka in my racket osrr In my parents, blessed in the plnco A cp? of oar haadaoma map, l'ikc's Toothache Drops Cure In one minute. good name, barking after ray body, full of water." in Knglandin tbeyrarliUOwornrn Hut many of you have turned your v my nativity, blessed in mv health, ray heart as aa piece of armor plate. You true, that allowed to wear calico drr- - at barking after my souL SiU Incbaa, prtataj la colors were not Oh, the aaaa.i L.,ai ran TBI. a.aai sad Doaotaj oa a roller, will back on thataupply, and confrontyour Messed In my hold of worw, landsc; on and all, and la INI a penally or lino of a was flattering to have people won- hounds, the hounds! It is more "Hut, look it it hang tataattoanraJJreaioaracalpt der why we are not famous than why we there," says David to himself, "that trouble, and yoif a re. .sou red with your b cscd In my natural tcinrera-- . for the next century.let Now thaton the wall laid upon the wearer, and the unfortunate the war is draler who sold eahcu In those dsrs had to of UcnUlapoUjaU paf for packin and traaa-- t are. Town Topics. circumstances, und you are lighting lucnt, blessed in my family, blessed in over i m giati in see tl put to some reindeer lias splashed Into tho water. porUUon. r. I. EUSTIS, Oauaral raaaaasar Asant, par a erialty oi fiflO for the offense. It use. It will make a lovely pUcpje?' society, anil you are righting a pursu- rrr opportunities, nicsseit In is is" hardly It puts it hot lips and nostrils Into the a a A Q. B. R, Chtcaso. I1L to say that no one of To Cure n Colli In One Day ii a.uiiisjvou aiar. ing world, and troubles, instead of tli em eser undertook to tell mora than one livelihood, blessed in tho Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets.. Al. cool wave that washes Its lathered driving you dress pattern. The women of this routitrt into the cool lako of heav lio-- c that my onl will go to llenvcil Top Snap druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. flanks, and it swims away from the lit Atillllr. may blrs their lucky start that nothing ts t( rrurs Complete) fiery canines, and it Is free nflast. enly comfort, have made you stop and through the pardoning mercy of God, CtlatirtftUvM tLSLKI Reporter Can )ou substantiate that has ever Interfered with their privilege to saemoie Mas Do people kick harder because of too Oh, that I might find in the deep, wide turn around nnd lower your head, nnd nnu my body, unless It 1j lost nt buy and wear calico to their neart't con statement? rrmklQ.l! IPOWfU. 4 aEVENT CO. much ram than they kick because of toe lake of Uod'a mercy and MeLubberty Naw, orr: but Ol can trnt. Moreover, they can ! thankful that lstoT consolation it is simply antler against tooth. 1 do or cremated lu somo con On "ration, SISItfaStimlSSITI. much dry weather! Atchison Globe. they are able to purchase the best quality Oi hov slid! escape from pursuers! Oh, for tho wa- not blame you. Probably under the viiit He down In the gardens of Green- prove Ivery dom wor-ruPuck. tb world produce rlglitlieraat home. The I would havo wood among my kindred nnd friends, ters of life and rcicual 'As tho hart sanio circumstances are Immedlatelr Ilall'a Cnlnrrh Corn Is of especially sought alter PATADDUMrirn dt otlna onr relieved Hut you arc all lome already nnd others to com after The Greatest In lIistory."SpaIn bas foe. both rne firm are and dealers and their pantoth after tho water brooks, so done worse. Ia a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. consumers HAI.lTIOlt HOME wrong. You need to do as the me. pnnteth my soul nftcr Thco, O God!'" Life to many hus liceu a learned on thing, at least." "What is recognised superiority It assured when the TRKATMENT andrnra bf ASTHMA Minilnud uu rffMt a inStick with Estcy Organ Co., The Adirondncks are now populous reindeer does In l'ebruary nnd d appointment, but to me it has that?" "That tht exnlosinn of the.Msine name William Simpson aV Pont It found on Trial Parkaae Pre-e- Cnmiilelooatllt brnnlllt dustry. toyourbuainesfl News.the glue of Chicago Daily theticket. Al leaatthat iawhatlht terrible r&laatropho wis OZO.NK LAUOttATOHV.ia W.JackaoD Bu Chicago. with hunters, and the deer arc being March It sheds its horns. Tho been a pleasant surprise, and yet try." a Detroit Tree Press. for her coun- the storekeepers isy.snd they ought ladieaand to know, frttIebore, Vt. writers allude to this resigna- I declare that if I did not feel that slain by tho score. Talking ono summer with a hunter, I thought I would tion of antlers by tho stag when they1 Ood was now my friend and Whin sheep are tbeartd do they go to a III . V...tU-"" A lawyer Irying lo aanra hit lilts to see whulher my text waa accu- say of V oan who venture lils.mooax &U S nl' "ty.-Ai Vi llullrtlu. jaKamamtm i..sl.r.l 'itttil' u. ... " elltnt by Hut I want moro of throwing tutpicioaen a witness in the case, rate In its allusion, and, as I heard the In risky enterprises, lie has hung it nn torror-stricketho stag's horns; and a proverb in the him. In the course of his aidI hare thought over this text Some people die eating and others dogs baying o little way off and OucKic "You have admitted that you wer at the they were on the track of a deer, far cast tells a man who has foolishly and preached this sermon to inrself Chicago Daily News. prisoner's house every evening during all I said to ono of the hunters in rough lost his fortuno to go and And where until with all tho arousid energies of ibis time?" sorduroy: "Do tho deer always make the deer sheds her horns. My brother, my body, mind and soul, I can cry out. "Yes. ttr," replied tie witnest. THE MARKETS. circum 'At the hart pantcth niter tho water "Wer rou and be interested fa any for the water when they nrc pursued?" quit the antagonism of He said: 'On, yes, mister; you see they stances, quit tnisanthrophy, quit com- - brooks, so pautcth my soul aftr thee, Ciiciisati OrC 4. H3SE3S3; LIVK STOCK' sule.rwtiuion MU "Yes, sir," answered tb man, unhtsitat liiiu your pur- - u uou. nrc a hot and thirsty animal, and they piuiiii, ijuib ., 1(1 Ul 8elcl btilrbers. KANurAcruaEB or " ; for Infant! and Children sucrs, bo as wise, ns next spring, will C 0 sf a rAI.VKS ralr lo know where tho water is, nnd when Until Ah! Now, will you be good enough to tell In a ITU 3 ... bo all the deer of the Adirondacks. r INTERESTING ITEMS. how sty I to whst extent and what the they hear dnngcr In the distance they ut Rollers Mlicl parkors 3 Si f I of a (u l.leht snippers tho breeze Shed your-hom-s. Ulfl nature wer this businrw was in which Jou ... i. list lift their antlers and sniff or Loon or ii.. . .... ......... SIIKKP-Ch- utr and ht interested'" s)l nnd start for the Raquct in Q Ja perform .11 Umms "Well, I Imve no objection to telling. I I Sarnnnc; und we get Into our cedar wrongelo t he sorlu-'a- nd Winter was operations tooth For e: rofl, VI a. IT, s.iiaUsVCl JitXU calll IJUlUtll A... their the thumb andinforefingerdrawing U1C No. 3 ml. (amllr new B Ql lltW Globecourting hit daughter." M. Loult 421 and 423 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO. shell boat or stand by tho 'runway" DVIUUiJI V tA Democrat. with of one SB with rlllo loaded and ready to blaze San I'rancisco, it were asked that all hand. Vilth enUrtal tvottrt. meJarn m.tiifvrj t ; ir.limt a II Over Thirty Years crJart M manittmart W starti t3 a, a those that had been somctWncs badly Tha Center af a Ureal Cllf. t lusranttat nund, smocsa a Oat No. J nwny." promt!!. All rai'ars it .India rubber heels are to s & lit JiO. Traveling by tho "lllg Four" and New treated should raise both their hands, to the shoes worn In-- llm be nttachrd 1IAV l'rtuiulo rhuaon My friends, that is one reason why I am irua, lm atsMuitir rrss irtm pta nes. Krcn ch an!. Al3 York Central, yon arrive at nnd depart The Kind You Have Always Bought i....i...iwie..."i l like the lliblc so much Its illusions and full response should be made, M Is claimed that " Av from Grand ""ird' UNEXCELLED for S S IV, enue and 41 Central fitallou, ofFourthhotel, nrc so true to nnture. Its partridges there would be twice ns many ham's dlers. It of marching they decrease i Jlt'lTKlt-thoHtreet, renter the ..'.' .' Asirr II $ II). nrc real partridges, its ostriches real lifted as persons present I say many the fatiguo Lstjother fine work.. residence and theater district of the second .Miwi IUM.IK KiixiMK ltivr., sister AVlHSXSuStSS:: sot t 3a city la the world, tli New York Central ostriches, and Its reindeer real rein- of you would declare: "We havo With 27 rears' eirartenca. fair rrtcai s4 hbtrai 1M 4 t M being the only Trunk Line who trains endone the best we could and tried of Princess Proabutskov. has just pulj- - Itn.viOKS-iiertiterm, are sis ycur patroruce sM ruarislat ta a deer. I do not wonder that this antler-c- d ter the Citv of New York, Itememlxr that sailsfrimi. Kemembor ts ship us cr arils tx glory of the text makes tho hun- to be useful, and why wo should llshedn novul entitled "As the Ilenrt) ?i'J;9VJ.:V2n,r rillCAOtt the 'Now York ami lloston Morning - ; W"Pantoth." His a folio yearning for , i.rrns rnsriwmf inia aa.friiMmn. hcat-N- a: eye ter's rest ftj sparkle his become tho victims of malignmcnt tho Ideal man. Special" ami "South nnd m ..aiai.a.aa.a..i.a.i.a.a.ia.a. a No. achleacu snelna--. ft eiV western Limited"' of the lllg Four nro tlie. clic:ks glow and his respiration or invalidism, or mishap, is inscrut:v S A OL'H.T was rccontlv cxhllilli-- a nt a ??'Lf Finewt Trains In America, nnd all enter quicken. To say nothing of able." Why, do you know tho liner N'. a tt fair in Dclawnrj which came 1'OHK T l.S Mess. its uscfnlncss, nlthough it is the a deer and the moro elegant its pro- the Mayflower. The figures on over in L.UI -- Mam ill to Grand Central Ktntlon, Fourth Aveuus aud It) (tl 17U 42.1 Htreet, New York City. were it most useful of nil games Its llesh de- portions, and tho more beautiful its licious, its skin turned into humuri ap- bearing, tho more anxious tho hunters Colored nn Indigo blue with a dyepot, FLOCK - WinterNKW YOIIK. Vol IMlflcutt. patent to turn in vogue nt that time. parel, its sinews fashioned into bow- and tho hounds nrc to capture it Had He (Indignantly) I hepe I know my est n VsllKAT near Richmond, Va., has a mitN-N- o MaSrol A'faiimmi S mtieJ strings, Its antlers cutting handles on the roebuck a ragged fur and broken iiiS us mind! (sweetly) Yes! You surelv ought ISYK She to W cutlery, and the shavings of its horn hoof and an obliterated eye nnd a rat dog which he has trained to ivuriu OATS-Mlj- d am . aw know aa much aathat. Hold. Tho lt)IIK-Ne- M the plants n.oss to ia Ao so ucd as a pungent restorative, tho limping gait, J the hunters would have dog tobacco work asin hisns a docs his well laborer name taken from thu hnrt nnd culled sold: "Pshaw don't let us wasto our N'tphew (to rich uncle, who Suspicious. IIAt.TlMOltK. hartshorn. Hut putting aside its use- ammunition on a sick deer. ' And arid tho owner saves the wagu.of a PLOUIt- - Famllr. has fallen down stairs) "I hope ouare not 6 m 01 fulness, this enchanting creature seems thu hounds would have given a few farmhand. UKAIN Whcsil N'al hurt." Uncle "Oh, you do, do you? You iH (, r scientist savs a rsterpilla x 'A KANSAS OWNS (la rourJ numbers) M Sotllhof- u- Wtifat mndo out of gracefulness and elas- sniffs of tho scent and then darted kr.6w verv aril that I mutt lieeitbrr hurt or Mtxeil 33 ii mi; dead." Cincinnati Knquirer, l'irn N'o 900 000 horses snd mules. 530 003 of nn ticity. With an eyo with a liquid on" In another direction for better can not see more than ;wiilt Oiit- tmlkh cows. 600.000 ether ciltle, live brightness ns if gathered up from a game. Hut when they see a deer witi. Inch nhead. Thu hairs on the bony CAriLH-rlratqua- Nn Hoslern., 2.00,000 ssrtn and 233,000 shtcp. llir ....... 4 n sfi 4 ru Our Idea of a difficult task fui anyone tn antlers lifted in mleliJv challenge U are said to be of as much use us its hundred lakes at surisctl The horns, ler ITS FARM PRODUCTS. Ms vesr I5 1T0 fill would be for a woman to make herself enrth and sky, nnd tho sleek hide ye 'n lettlt it know what is going a coronal branching into every poscKste 30.000,000 c corn, I.N'UIAS'AI'OMS. onular at her boarding house. Atchison looks as if It had been smoothed win. on around. eO.OOO.OOO bushsls ri wheat sni mil. sible curve, nnd after it seems comS CI Globe. Hot 1 upen millions ct douars In vast A mkciia.mc of Newfoundland lias t Invisible hands, nnd the fnt sides en1 ana ia.a.1 No. Sniliett plete ascending into other projections t'orn tl other trains. Fruits, vetettbles, tie. Oat No. Siiilsol "He that maktth htstt to be rich shall not it In dabtt alone It bts a shorties. of exquisitcness, a tree of polished close the richest pasture that could be invented a device for signaling at tea lJOVlh'll.tA'. Sind It re cevy tl " What's lh be innocent," tvtn though he im't out a by throwing the rellcution of letters bone, uplifted in pride, or Mvung nibbled from the banks of rills soclcnr Matter with Kaeusr" t mv book cl ... a 4oo ccnt.--L. A. V. Ilulletin. clouds. Tho signals are OltAIN WbMt-down for awful combat Tho hart is they seem to have dropped out o upon the 96 pacts U (ads. & nt SrnL... Corn Mixed. velocity embodied Timidity Imper- Heaven, nnd the stamp nt its foot de changed with much rapidity by n deit 3IU There nrc some people to afraid they will Cetera! raiMer OQUe, );il Mlxd lantern nnd the vice resembling u typewriter key- I'OltK Mess sonated Tho enchantment of the fles the T ttlslM, TaaeSa taala Va Batlasf, it 0 60 do fooled that they refuto to believe the woods. ,. I.AItl Its eyo lustrous in life and riffc, tho horn and thu hound, that board. rtlrara. huum. di iltt Globe. truth. Atchlspn A nr:oKEX.wi.vti:ii horse Is rarely 'pathetic in dentil. Tim splendid deer they will hnvo if thoy must ticed The fact is accountseen In Norway. nnimal a complete rhythm of mliiclc, break their rrvtk in the rapids. So if thero weru no noble Mulf In ed for by the statement that a buekut und bone, nnd color, and ntlltmlr, and If you were a blfurcat of water is always placed within roach ' locomotion, wliothcr couched in the your miike-up- . olorn'fatllsjf tho horsa whon lio U feeding, and grass among tho shadows, or a Jiving oil notliiiir. 1 .von svor bolt shot through the fotel, or turn- ure, you wounl be allowed ta o un-- 1 the nnimal nlternatolj' takes a Pag Illustrated Catalogue, describbut the fact Hint tho whole ul of hay nnd a sip of "liter, ing nt bay to attack tlio hounds, or And Consider the Fact, ing all of the famous e Sn: Hr.liiiKrir KifuilKMT., the rearing for Its last fall under tho pack is in full cry after yon Is proof that you ure splcnded game (llsb gunoriil who comma lids the vletor-an- d buckshot of the trapper. It is a WINCHESTER GUNS worth canturing. Therefore sjr fous lint sh nrmy In the SouJan, splendid appearance thnl the painter's That in addressing1 Mrs. I'lnkham you are confidAND Js of Irish Urtli and a bachelor, sS pencil falls to sketch, nnd only a hunt- casm draws on you Its "finest ben.. ing your privato ills to a woman a woman whose 4? I aasaslWasV er's dream on n pillow of hemlock nt Therefore tho world goes gunning f r years old. He is sulTedng from opli. experience in treating woman's dUcascs WINCHESTER AMMUNITION tho foot of St, ltcgls Is nble to picture. ycu with its best Muynard brce. ti tliutmle trouble duo to tho decrt dusL Is grenter tliau that of any living phycompliment is it t.. and may become totally blind. nt' free lo any address.. Send your When, CO miles from any settlement, It louder. sician ninle or female. comes down ut eventide to tho lake's your talent or your virtue, or j. ur r.01111 lliiAHHi:r, tho millionaire llrlt-lsSYrii'yy 11 name on a postal card to f Von can talk freely to a woman Von will be nMitiltd a edge to drink among the lily pods and, usefulness. nobleman now vlMitlup; Xew Vorlf, when it Is revolting to relate) your WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO,, to your prc-- t with its sharp edged hoof, shatters the proportion Ilium Is tho &on of n man who be;;nn life as prlvuto troubles to a man besides, Tho ISO Wlnchtittr Avt., New llavtn, Ct. best crystal of Long Lake. It Is very pic- achievements. nnd n railroad labi rjr and who marrlod n Better than Gold a man docs not understand simply tho turesque. Hut only when, after miles tho mightiest n.rld match ijirl. Tlio title was conferred becaeso ho is a man. of pursuit, with heaving sides and ever miw hud tet nftcr him nil t.,o upon tno father after he had become u and better than any other chewing tobacco ever Many women auITcr In silence and lolling tongue and eyes swimming in hounds, terrestrial nnd diabolic an millionaire railroad contractor. , drift along from bad to worse, knowmade: YUU are not obliged to dig tor its death the stag leaps from the cliff Into they lappeil his blood after tlio ta O.ni: of tho new tiling In the build. ltKAtlRIUSOr-Tlli- a ing full well that they ought to have I'AI'RII Tho orld paid notli- - In lino la tho nlumnliirn hut for Klon- iniisaticrc Upper can you realize how he llKtiu piece ol iiKniiiiNO to nur ANvrmsa Immediate assistance, but a natural - f.n, David had suffered from hU ln to its Jtctleerner but n LraiiiKie. rllUn tnlm.ra. much fMWlinti AIIVKIITIHKII IN 1TH COLUMNS modesty impels them to shrink from FIIOUI.I) I.NHI.1T troubles, and how much he wanted lour spikes nnd n crom, no ' rftff0 it weight 110 pounds. Jinny IUVINU It U coin-t- o exposing themselves to the questions God when ho expressed himself in the hnvo donu their liost tnalfti tliO viiiCMfl nt .ft.Hr tililnti riviil n tnnf rt iYiIm what Titer ask rou, iirfuhino ALL SL'USTITUTCS Oil IMITATIONS. and probably examinations of fcven world better havo had Mich n ronim sheots of alumr.ium, nnd when put un words of tho text: "As the hart panttheir family physician. It is unnec cth after the water brooks, so pantcth time of It that nil their pleasure is .11 tho home contains. ItlO cublo feet. essary, Without money or price anticipation of tho next world, and . A rossir. bos' oak, Hclyhlntj o torn?, my soul after tljco, O God." 'safz-caais the largest piece of really high erade tobacco, X I you can consult a woman, whose ...-- ,. Well, now, all those who have thov could exnrr-s- tlipli mvn ..v...ia which : w... .!!... assort to bo 10,000 and you can get it anywhere in the United States. Icnowledgo from stetual experi LIVE coining after them thu lean hounds of In tho word of tho l!nrnncts of nlrn years old, has been ilujr up nt Mock ence ia greater than any local povert, or the black hounds of perse at tho closo of her loiijf life, when port, England, In excavating to lay ' Wa ll furnlth dupllettca of LIVE ITOCf plivaloian lu tho world. The fol CUT cution, or tho spotted bounds of vicis tisked If &ho woultl lllco to live her Kfe down a :cwcr. Tho corporation of tho or any OTHER CUT thown ta any tPICIMEH lowing invitation is freely offered: 00. as or bttow quoted prloes tor ssme. situdes, or tlio pule hounds of death, over nj;aln: to blow It up tvithdynuiite, toun want or who are in any wise pursued, run accept It In tho Kane spirit: A. N. KCLLOQa NHWSPAPnR CO., in spitu of protests from aclcntltlcmcn Wnuld ou bo younic osalnt WU lalaVJUIII to the wide, deep, glorious Ink" pf dithroughout I?nf,'land. MRS. TINKIIAM'S BTANDINO INVITATION. So would lint Is 33 W. l'lltll HI.. CIiicIiiiihII. o. vine solaco und rescue. The most of One teur ot memory elver., TllK throno room of Spain U n mag. Women suffering from any form of femalo weakness am Invited to promptly Onuurd I'lthle; the men and women whom I happened VNBWl"scovcVi ! nillccnt opnrtment of crimson nnd communicate with Mrs. Plnkhura, at Lyun, Mass. All letters are received, Lite's dark veine (ordeil o cr. to know at different times, if not now. I qalrkralleranJrurea worst gold, with colossal mirrors and n chan- opened, read and nnswered by women only. A woman can freely talk of her tVaVsVaaf for bwK ot Watlmonlala and lOtara aaaj but at rust on shore, All havo hsd troublo nftcr them, d S'rc. Be. H. at. tuuta t Sutt,SUaaia, Va. delier of rock crystal that is consid- privato Illness to n woman; thus has been established tho eternal confidence) be- Kit. Hit. vreuld you idunse oace more, troubles, swift troubles all- With bi'ina 10 nluur "WELL DONE OUTLIVE8 DEATH." ered the finest example) of the kind in tween Mrs. riukham and tho women of America which lias never been broken. devouring troubles. Many of you havo the world. Under tho irorgagus canopy Out of tho vast voluma of experience which shohas to draw from, itls more than If you rali'lit, wnulil juuiiow YOUR MEMORY WILL 8KINE mndo the mistake of trying to flirht o largo ennirs Handsomely are Itclrarc your STuyi Rl f All R. ClltrlS wHISi ill ruMcllilntfin! I.lin1lfl fffitnf.il tin vnt. trneiuf toil rrn Unit Svllllieln VOUf C&AA. flllft IsaleK Bomcbody meanly ottneked you. them. IF YOU USE Det Couch tf;rup. fkwtMUuuO. Vte Wonderliiir Ihroujh stormy wilds, carved ana elided, and upholstered nothing In roturn except your good-wiland her advice has relieved thousands, id lima, br drnirRUt. und you attacked them; they depreFaint und nstray In cr'insou brocade, ihese nrn the Ki,.vvennMln -- l.. n.mn. !.... J frtfllii if aim dnf a not. takfl advn.ntn.n-- O nf . , w ?e waaates NlBht'i;l(iotiiy watches rld, ut wv cated you, und you deprecated thorn; or ", thrones of Spain, wliero the bos klnr thlsecncrousoffer of ussIstanco.LydlaE. I'lnkham McdlcInoCa, Lynn, Mass. Mnrnlnvall tipumliiy rl. tiicy overrcnclicd you In a bnrtraln. uud queen regent hit on occasion 3( I " Tho present Mrs. Plnkham'soxperlcnco in treating femalo ills Is unparalleled, lli'pvs einlle nrounit us al ed, J nnd you tried, lu Wall strcot parlance, A. N. K.- -I! Ilvjvcnwnnt, awuyl ceremony, aoinetlinrs tho daughter 1720 sho worked side by side with Mrs. Lydlall I'lnkham, and for sometime for w get a corner on them; or you stand bcaldo their mother, uhen it Is pastyears had solo chargo of VVIIE.V WKITINU TO AUVKaU'iaKKal correspondence department ot her great busihas tho havo had a bereavement nnd Yet, for dome j,coplo In tli uorld proper fur nil tho royal family to re liltaae ttala that rati saw ike aSiivvtUtr huodxed tUomaod fiUoy vyoimb yetvr." ness, treating by letter m WAoy of lieln 'J hey are put sumlwlvv, you. arc tbere acems no let-uot;lrp Uiu court "."WO,-00- 0 If the I'nitcd States and England should fonn an alliance, the combined atrength would be so grc.it that there would bo little chanre for enemies to overcome us. In a like manner, when men and women keep up their bodily strength with Hoitetter'a Stomach Hitter, there i little chance forattack from disease. The old time remedy enriches the blood, builds up the muscle, steadies the nerves and increases the appetite. Try it. I'ropnoeil Alliance with Kntjland. Tnlmngc, drawing Ills llluitra-tlon- s from n deer hunt, in this calls nil tho pursued nnd f tho earth to como nnd troubled fclnko their thirst nt the deep river of Divine comfort. Te.t, I'salms xlU., 1: "As tho hart rmntetli after tho water broolts, o pantcth my soul nftcr Thee, O Hod." David, who must somo timo havo Kceri n deer hunt, points us hero to a Dr. ou the doctors who failed to effect n cure; or you charge on tho cnrnlrat. Lruss. of tho railroad, compnny through nnieii inu accuicnt occurred; or you are n chroiilo Individual! nnc. you fret, nnd worry, and scold, nnd wonder why you can not bo well like other people, nrul you angrily blame tho neuralgia, or tho laryngitis, or the ague, or the sick hendnehe. Tho fact Is. you ore a deer at bay. Instend of running to thowntersof divine consolation, and sinking your lhlrt nnd cooling your body nnd. soul In the good cheer of the Gospel, and swimming away into the mighty deeps of God's love, you arc lighting n whole liciiucl of harriers. Vk 1 saw In tho Ailirondneks n dog ly. Ing ncrois the road, nn I ho seemed to get up, and I snld to some hunters nur by: "What Is the matter'wlth that dog?'' They answered: "A deer hnrthlm." And I mi w ho hnd a grent swollen paw and a battered head, showing where the antlers struck him. And tho probability Is that some of you might give u mighty clip to your pursuers, you might dnmngu their busifin-nb- BAKER'S - CHOCOLATE c I trade-mar- art. Bterl. Ing. III. tho i ill.u of lliitlunii'.s hoitiKis, und When Richmond had Queen Victoria pnys eS,.103 per yenr to eommandtra had met fallen and the great beneath the historic hounds. Hut nil of tier m.istcr of ti-ITle tre at Appomattox, the KU them put together do not equal in Volunteer., prematurely aged, clad LnumK-or speed or power to him I in Jattera and rags, 'own, the great kennel of lioiunu of broken in boJr but which Sin nml trouble arc owner and of dauntless spirit, swung into line for master. the last "grand reHut what It a ro.lof for all this purview" and then suit or trouble, nnd nuiioynne', and quietly inarched nnln an bcivnvemcnl? .My text gives rmay to begin life's fray anew amid the a to yon In a word of threo letters, bills and valleys ol but i itch letter H n chariot If you the Keystone State. triumph, or a thronj If you would Among the number want to lo cruwiK-d-. or .t lnlio If you Asa liohitiBon cama iwHiUI Make your thirst yes, n ciinia hack to the old home In Ml. Sterling. III., .f tlirco liikes the dm for back to the fireside nliom D.isld longed and the due whom that he had left at David found You might as well meet i ' the call to arms four i st.v.', which, after Its sixth years previous. He a happy, mile of running at tho topmost went healthy farmer boy Vccd through thicket nnd gorga in tht first tluih of Tht SuMler's JMurn. nnd with tho breath of thd tnanVinnd . ogs on Its heels, has como in full he came bark a ghost of the self that to President Lincoln's call for sight of Seroon lako and try to cool lis ness, you might worry them Into more." projecting nnd blistered tongua with To day he Is an alert, active man and tells you m'ght hurt them as much drop of dew from u blade of grass, as the story of his recovery si follows! ns they have hurt you, but, after nil, at tc mnt to Nullify an Immortul soul, "I was s great sufferer it is not worth while. ou only lmvc lien dying from troublo and sin, with matism, almost from thefrom sciatica rheutiroa of my dishurt a hound. Hotter hi olT for the am thing less deep, and high, nnd charge from the army. Most of the time I Upper tannine, into which tho mount- r.rond, and immense, ami intlnllc, and was unfitted fur manual labor of any kind, ains of God's eternal strength look eternal than GoL His comfort, why tt aim my iiuerinis n ere at an times intense. down and moor their shadows. As for xntxisoms all ditretv Ills nrm, It At times I was bent almost double, and got around only with the greatest dilliculty. your physical disorders, tho worst rcnchesoir ull iKtndagc. Ills hand, Nothing seemed to give me permanent restrychnine you can take is fretfulness, nines away oil to.irs. Ills Chrlstly lief until three rears ago, when my attennnd the best medicine Is religion. 1 at moment. It makes us nil right wjth tion was raited to nm of th womfrrfnl know people who wcro only n little t c past nnd with thu future: and cures effected byI Dr. Williams' I'ink IMIs fur Pule People. disordered, yet have fretted themselves ri lit with God, nil ilvht with limn nnd lull a box when I had not taken wore than noticed an improvement Into complete valetudinarianism, while n right forever, i.amnrlino tells us in mv condition, anil i Kept on improving steadily. I took three boxes nf the pills, others put their trust In God and coni, that King .Mmroil aalil to his threo and at of that time was ia better the up front the vOry shadow of death, nun1 (ji-rilUre aril threo vases, nnd one is dition thanend any time since the close ofconat my llisvn livml comfortably S.S 'of clav. niul'.hrr of amluar nnil niwlt,..i army service. Since then I have never been only ono lung. A man with ouo lung, of gold thoosa now which yon will bothered with rheumatism, Dr. Williams' but God with him, is better oft than i have." The cldost son. having flrat Pink Pills for Pale People ia the only a godless man with two lungs. Soma I choice, chose the vasa of gold, on I that ever did me anv good, and to them owe my restoration to comparative health. of you havo been for a long tinis sail- - which wns written the word "empire," They are a grand rtmedy " Ingaround Capo Pear when you ought and when opened it was found tc to have bceu sailing nrouni Capo Good contain human blood The second THE PROPER USE. nope, Do not turn back, but gonlicad. son. milking the next choice, chose tho The deer will iiccompllsli moro with vaui of amber, inscribed with the word Hardtack Consorted Into Durable DemocrAt-Measa- r. i' r 1 an-aj- r 1 J 1 rem-cdy fighting that bcrcuvcmcnt; jou charge tuol fom youth to manhood nnd ,'roin manhoot Into old age. Very dWtln gulsh'd are Lorfl. MnlTord's hounds, the carl of Yurborotlgh'a hounds nnd A SOLDIER'S ESCAPE. From the KNOWLEDGE ENOUGH. AlthnaaK Ine Waa from Ilostou kUf Carad Nat for a Htaraar fab. J.ot Than Htaaa. Notwithstanding )ir nosa tumid up, thtrs were specs on it, ana sn was irora noston. which may h considered to bs compstent . go you l'enn-rlvanl- s testimony that heredity Isn't everything. 8ht aa visiting in Droeklyn before the hot spall and the rust young man ah mat waa ona who prides hlmislf on his intelttetuala. Whethtr anjont els dots or not it another story. As it happened, tht young man had an opportunity shortly after the mteting to talk with the young woman alont.andhe did not fail to throw a ftw bruins at her. "Ah. Misa Sophia," be said, with a soulful yearn in nis gentle voice, "I presumtyou at. tend severs! of the numerous schools of tihll. oaophy In which lloston is to rich and llrook- i)n ta to poor I "I am sorry." she hesitated, "but really, Mr. lllonk, I dn not attend any," "Indeed, and do jou feel no Interest In any of the concepts of modern philosophic thought 1" whatever, 1 fear," and sit really teemed to be sorry to havo been so rs relet of her golden, glorious opportunities. "And does not the subjective Idealism of existence in delightful lloston profoundly affect the reality of your P.go?" "So far 1 have not obsersed that itdid," she said, apologetically. "How can it be possible?" he exclaimed. "The sphere of your knowledge must be far wlde.r than It It with us." "So." she answered, measuring her words carefully. "I should say it waa not. Don't sou know as long Hostonitns know beans when the bsar't mien we don't worrv overmuch about the rest of it. Why should we? Isn't that enough for us to know?" warn LonsampMon? we nro ittre you do not. Nobody wants It. Uut It comes to many thousands every year, ltcomes to those who have had courIis and colds until the throat It raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs aro Inllamed. Stop your courIi whon It first appears, and you removo the great danger cf future trouble. 'one list fChcppy t pectoral pie-tu- nm-iln- Tr. ,. eail-n- il I , You want an rlr Organ, and have just so thir-l'v- e FREE t much money to spend, How corn-iortab- lo FISH-TACKLifuKt-Ha- f PaaM much is it? GUNS . fsj assAtAaf- -. M-- a raaia Write and tell us. h-- ltab-blnlc- evcr-pres- 1 l..tl.- 8la. J- - J- sup-ros- di-e- t. UUUU .Ti -. ROLLERS cE 111! E ?. w&vmfm Jjftfflfo Jf jjfn fAA' iitrJS-t'emm- on .. , Printers' and Composition .i,-t.i.- .. -- i,u3 ke wfrr" HALF-TON- BS . -- I I What's the Matter with KANSAS? 1 ! i LAKIJ-West- crn o two-fifth- s llOUS-Wes- n- 1 CHAIN-Wheat-- No. s at rilOIt-WlnterpsU- -ut. No jack-shooti- ,.. (ST mouth-disturbe- Stop! Women, l (sraaft;t;(t,t;((taw 0fititi 11 tl llk-lies- t. li Il.-ln- r 1 srajsaa 44444t444? l Bajiie nnr-lf- rhuu lt K s I 1 Remember the name iniVliyVN hut aiain lVS. STOCK GUTS. nDfiDQ thnrp-muzile- li 4 l, SAPOLIO aaja.a.tM iyjniasHihaiiTifjst I 1 1 ff SWia a ata a. -, u ' "V i,rTrrrz?wzLL2mm '" L" mk:r, i'imnmimMiiAmsmmLa--'- 'mmoMNffliflItaitiiLaWNtttitii atrraVfc3tr.!a ' juatt'iasi r 1 SWU .aJVjVI arOoatm w. y ti nai-- 'fajawi a KSTJ;Ct!'sMCrilrWtn . jSMfi i , .ss :.. . IMZfSmMl