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abovf know1loUncelllQfi fr so4JI pQnay tor paay j1 O10 2 l 4 ten n c oc le oea Ebquotations come at eleven 8jn f the general lOws at tvoTU Oclock foreign teegll1l1sJat CO jer Ull UOI1 four theI sporting news o From half pust fouvto half past six one may listen to th- reginientnl C bands all for thd original tv6 cent price And u4 f at eiglitfiftucn ill smbivyig jackfcfcftnd sliii pets ho may TI1E attend the opera1 without Not starring from his c sychnirq TOO At present thr NowsiVl1 leMmfGr I 0mjKsI I of ivir 411ws tirstciw it1llo 1 pastedcountsthe Prime MjisUirl Cabin t memVHs city ofiicinlfi a 111lbkHr many other lt JOYous of hl lInpositioni MothenI1VIm wtutd Geep llioir johildrrn in mav good health should watch fee the firsti symptoms of tvp full tni1 remove thorn with Wnilcrt Cream 1erntifuo It in getsgestidi them Komi and they truer up healthy and strong 2cut L P W S Elli t sen aged side SAVED BY PRAYEB i fr children w gcatasedby a ferocious cowr and in telling about the escape the little rb hint to We were saved mamma tel in answer toa 1prayer I told Tommy to pray as we ran and he said he didnt rei renciei c member any prayer so I ttold they him to say what papa says under t theyForl receive make us truly thai11sedrul Thi we crawled un on der the fence and wore saved Little Chronicle him M M his t Americas F8ttlets pasjcs5 key Look with liorror on skinorflpt bletcliea fiures pimples They have UCtu nor will uy one who usesi Bicklfcns Arnica Salve It glo rifles i the face Eczema or Salt Rheum vau t wk before it It cures sore lips cliafor The pea llunds chiJDlains Iufali gglketi 7 i 1f C AI ALL ABOUT PUKE s JediCFronl3tntis iC8 of j riots recently farmshed bragrocar reyjRutoshoWn that Hourrdfailed for 1185GcrgsayslMtrreI Adtecat IJnt flaring tha year of 1SG5 vrJieri berunt claRuf tnArrdussold itrtapoofar floor Sugar 33 rpmnd butter GO ICtI1tsooftee 00 to70 oiflils tea SJ40 to 1 poundcilper gnUoct beans Jgcents per quart potatoes almrj Liu tioap 20 cattle pound G0airJiings in thy proportIon lifter1SC8 when lilt1u1 ronohad they banstOiVdily dicr jbio As oomp trudpreSont prioes those iu I80Gwere f per coat higher iSome of tho radical changes Wrap bJeou in the price of flour non at tt 1parhzrrol stud m 1862 when it 1Y 82 or ILL 1967 at s1 nlper harreJ1 It ere1sberuure at iits lowest t ICtte 1802 it was per pdnnd in 1855 35 c n s 6 or fJ oolite JBntt r wiis ICOIILi bntJIrid rtlrtnced tryperOil iis anothor load J hiII h I wonderful fluotuiifioas laSelling for SI00 CA l l1trlf in I8S5 It has now decreAtcd the pLS7ln8r lbI cents per aua a veera tIr OloenfPotato prier hare rolxItwet 11115D9they soaCllItrl in ls7it 811 to 1 1UJ0and ill 1302 tilerohtsrc becu a hijo 8223 plr bqlte I ill thorkoro lr taeR lh lt ni Uwi artiS 1 diltrtyazo the UP 1i o s tiaHof n Ii mtdrOd JInirrJm lhc ots or 1879o soasAn1 ri ttle n any lle1ihoort for n beL lafl tionxjfitiPiiw forsoajo time tt- Y ttJ1 iIroinyl Dellvory 1 t itivd1 i i fLrelcld Ehono 115 1 J I ISEyr IS THE CHEAPEST 1jji 1 i how chap bul hoer good is tbt o TWKJRAWI313IC REPUKLIO IiiIi Iiitj it onY pitjriions allI thr J I tthai ri wufih prinliuK If youjI f all the veir round y trIi I MM ail tUr jivjorttntj awl nttfr j j ulfulri ut iiU NwiJ 111011 bssltJutlfr lit t I S y Jewlt i IfIin eut mdarvel nt I 1 IjNi Lp Ie tas U17 lU elltoottrlrttlatI I 0t 11 r1 ltV rB IUNul1i vt t If I t i 110 I tiurfeIrrafret I rrcice ytar s4lcrritit r ytjI mail itdirecr THE nKlUlil JH St Lout 1Ill Ie5f I koigo Larkt y a middlcM 1 jJ man who phtimsj to ivI in Alexuutar colilft i iIIIllinois near Cairo hc cll l I j suddenly insane near aril j = rosi lenco last Ihig t j had to bo taken ini ti uirge t 1g 11110alxlittl lLlmto Fulton audT turned 1 over to Sheriff Carpen I riLarkey was raving andtl thought that the officers wore aftelhl im nrrl wfintefl lo 5UV to the sheriff before captured him He was the impression that J l were trying to kill himjI time He was well and had about 10 his person Sheriff Carpenter boughtI IL fi ticket and sent him to homo in IlliildsLtlr I ia carpenter and has re= i j I i111Vickdoe t liffoImton Lender I i i nest pliystQ Glmmberluiafi StonlachantiLlccr Tablets iJaSy t- pleastiuL 0 in efface For ealo bY d Co tcif I j J NEVi MEW RKEt L D Tjll P4 1 tjl Bfytaca hlUg now frcah an Dlr 1ho y 11 I Itctda11 tLrnoli curedmeattIft6hes iiirltotclpaill for select ltotcher sto s and eggs J EYrr3 ttttllt cUtuunt 1t3 It0ysrcbel2tcd t ll liy 1 f t of c IehvervCenls= W 0 meJd t p1rI EI r J =r GP0I I dI has l r l t sj maloft 1 I eledaally themt sl i sa r rlillJ 11ilil 7 11111t j i tH 1 1 tI l i t DdnUh itiT CXAI1 i JsNO FN t4 4 c a d r t 1 s r ui- r 7 i z j4 as a H vana js from a 8t gr I t w Tli p I 0 TRY Avy Q 1 aj jf t t 0 nr Mnn jj I J jII j i S i aI I a i I j l J t t1 I u1I t t t CO ti I Y f I I W HjI Q I 4j ao 4 l i I 1 tir o 0 tl t a1 1 RJceht llarler I PIF = t l j U I u I Ili 4MNth 4 utyuIIttrURiK us Tt1 CFaSItt1T11 EeK A1Xf w4ri0 1 rr 25000000 OUTAlJ INTER TEST RUSSELL S4G STIlE WORLDS GREATEST LENDER 1 Ntw York Oct 25Tho prolongedbeauillness of Rnsseiragc and formof oto which has been sent out L among ltiH borrowers allowing them fo ayjiff their iud stagtheirwise ofhis death+ have sot Wall street o ttilktng about the immense spats of ash whiob tho aged HDUUCIOV has con stantly loaned in the street If the money which he has out wereJJ suddenly to be withdrawn from thelnioncy umrkot to pinch would follow li1 which might tense ono of the most dis asfrond paii38 iu the history of the jlafin 1JOui1 center in thoAvprld- CoUjjervative estimates by bankers of thentnouut or cash which Mr Sago bM I opt on collaicral at nil times pufs tho suui ut t323000010 In times of stein whorl the rates uuusuall 11teulingdod to Wig enormous sent Even if ho gets but u per cent ou the amount which isi ord iiarily loaned his income from hat wjurcciilouc would bo Sl 35O 000inanAshl invesiinonts iii gilt etlgetl seetercuritiis Lriug him at loa t twicebuipch uij cif Dan bo seen that tlieol d gMiUciuanrnecd never sorry about the wolf iu the door of He probably door not spend 820000 a tlycr QVCU iualuding his ground rent toaC Gerry estate which is something like 12000 a year so that his fortuneq ofisr ural iuurouionL While he is not tho richest than in the world his fortune not being csti inatwl t more than 8100QOOOQO dbvmoneyiontlfir in tho world and few Uuukb iu this country have oiL myre case than he m cP lhflEX s P1lI V rlXVf t l r tory at onn1 tcJp Tickets will bo limited lothreo reiksJ for rcturij aud will illov stop etettcnipjuipit Iti Uomes in the houthAveat tiui Xhroviiili Tcsns with u 0awlrnufwrit to W C VjssLcr Dis Pass Agt IjOi lists Street Memphis Teuuesseo GhGVER1 l CLEVELAND TO SP A sKIWUihin dispatchjjl Congressmaniat tim Douwuratiu mass merfclnfr to tto- tread i MftfristoTU ThnmLiy pvcuing1 IrosPt ariun she stamp after an fc r rs rtxrtlI CeroMnIal IVmux i pil l ov r l 1ttkr actits llolle lu lruirtnt urt l1sy rpfiiesttil him tl uhlln the tIi h lTtlt cnvours in I82 lurii 1llJ spvHlc fw jntsa ir rin it= Wf h a e or ttarC J ttscteatt wa JtnnnmHlAQIlllie ion Ar pttct br nins aiy ululf 1btitsr ttniltkt free froni Sg11tl1YlJtbythi jilta iIotfti1 M is to kiMj the 1livirr- hi P Lt t rifer Ate staD jii i1 en F thttl1 Vlat I81hlgou OTl o i tU pgt9 Irfw inlubo to Iho firjnt of I erhtte fir Smili furniture dealer J uo rtfICttutl rtgtleRtM1 ft41 C0i11Q for jwArd Hf iiJ settle llIiti firm hll boon HMtiifiI L 9i aujjQiiuls i mils ctoied S iepjnvs It S1oIfrlit A1JOOIC CLUB Tlirwol whn iiovo joiriixo tl hwI Book Club oncl ilj thiMO who vvlsh Jo join treTC rpxltnlly rltlutkitdaA meet at MrS u C 1tundla Cnosihiy Nov 4th JJ1 I p m j ih ttt Fh bug J OultidiV is OVct 2GSiivainiii lvv firo itppeara ufbuvo bceu the ducirini of thuJlsv Win Dawson who was yesUr I day lucfictcd forwsou at itynijje Fur nacP Jtukson county The lovprcnd Eulitlciujtu ijs ch i byrh State lire uiarslial withi bei the head of a getup vlnuh for nearly twenty yours has made a specialty of burglary iiuU oatplvycd arson to cover up tlie evidtfnco c fit crimes i HItlO J t SU Ex J I In nu y q uttlI Vi ILLryc ki c 4 itf i 71i Bob Taylor on Ingersol at11e5ietl with youth and ty old age slid wisdom saw a Ulan the image x f liis GOd stand uponothe e and Iheard liini speak His A estures Jtion music slid his language was more beautiful tItan any I ls He painted picture after picture if the pleasures and and sympathies oft thome He enthroned love 7 and preached the gospiel ofanOelC1hon f ii- in the ink of moral black and blot out the beau paintedI A ills feefe Ivssw him ll t the stars and sun and leave hu a- ity and the earth in nal darkness and etern ath c I saw hint like the serpent r old worm hiinself into paradise of luimait hearts by his seductive el6 uallee and subtile devices sophistry inject his fatal 1iglltitsfl a 1 was hushed its sunshine was l Iali eneE ajid its soul wasfleft a deetl1 waste with the nail madE graves of faith 1 land hopel 1 I siLlY lujn Jiko tt lawless slid erratic 11 tetr ti thou1f + jQiIlO lJt W L with Chi inrotruCtrrnal truths ofGod F That man was the arch c + of modern infidelity and said how trite js IIoJy1 Writ which hdclarcdtbefool seta in his heart there is II b U9 Gbtc ill lilt 1Ot9t InfidJ l lieavelltt no httTl Thll mn tmKnh lifii fijf there sJno risen Qpntl rtvjmt intollijjcncc Itss illIJluttailiotivo power is it if notGod cirles these tiiixbUini g I ftrJJqa otJlu 13allfld r ritatt fJtULl11 gJ l crt n1 rrt ftrtiUn pflltCo thro1 every R vciu and nriciy 7M vhonco aiul wlm6 Hnot of tjrpcU is this mysfcary vo cal lllilldi Wlmttis it that inks and fetes and knows nndnCtoH6t Oh who can ibny the Divinity rhmfSCirs wibh in iis t GT dis cverjwhelot1l1d= is evaryilnng liis m sfcevy is If f ill oveqbtldt and blossom u fwd leaf laud tree in eyeiy t TOCkand hill anjll vale uidcrr vlatriiou1 4ztta iii oyury spring t- iiVUlefcand s river L j c The rustle of His wing lj is in pvery xehyr His migafc j is in cti try cdmpcst Ho dwells iii the dark pavilion bfevoiystorni cloud The lighthing is his messenger voicolHt earthquake and 011 every 7 angry ocean Thejbreiivensa- bovia us teem with His witnessesaP 4 tents whoso wheeling orbs cottl5 the crystal d read lhulls OC eternity the glory aii4 Y iTinuftrnndl domiuioll of tjse tlseiomnlhotentrallaeternarJ God tkl- r t cQ JT4t i p tc i- Jc r F C iiI+ + s4 r n K v 1 I I jlj On That Day We To pen Our New Store To The Public IT IS THE NEW STORE WIT EW GOODS NEW PRICES NEW METHODS r yit I ii T ur store will stand for 1progress in the retail merchan dising of everythingA store free from shams false ideals or old business methods A store that the aspttramount1 It will heE theDesfcf enjoyedlVet courtesvpprompt ci r i i t Ladies Skirts and Cloaks II Everybody interested in woolens fashionable Out CarlosltjWomens11 j inblnckto 10 f Tile new Monte Carlo Coats satin lined throughout nnrhi n sleeves velvet collar and handsomely trimmed S h 1 f Walking Dress Skirts made AVI1HiLI iup in best of style 11o vesttt of colorings slot fl c seams and flare bottom 1 to 15 A GTHE HICK MAlt COURIER 44 States 22rof theso elect Governors and the others Congressmen and minor State officers This embraces all the States excepti Maine Vermont and Oregon which have already held elections Oh How Silly I The old Hickman Courier has at 1last expressed an opinion The editor ac aDemocratFnltont LEADER How much would the oldI Courier give to be as young as I1 OLD COURIERWould almost be will ing to boas silly The Negro Vote i It is claimed by many papers that a largo number of negroes in the Southern States will vote the Democrat ticket this year because of the open at tempt to organize a White Mans Ke publican party Preceding every elec tonsuch talk gets out but comparatively few will quit the Republican t partyp4 Republican Still Hunts Letters issued by Democratic leaders represent that the Republicans in tl Congressional Districtare energetical pursuing a still hunt by confidential letters etc to get out a full party vote c trusting that the Democrats are apathetic and will not poll half a vote thinking there nominee is dead certainIi to be elected anyway The Courier 4 confideutletters tI bat it appears to be a fact that generalI wSworkers get a move on there will not be 1 a third of a vote oat in this section i Levee News S isprogresiog dayCootractorOaLzen n u will complete his contract ahead of time The River Commission meets early in November iud will consider f fr further allotments Ng There is a Rood indication that RH butldirjgg tine Levee OB the Missouri shore opposite t I dytiUCoetrMielaivebtrea let for furtherli Jeftwokat 0r tkenvilla and Point it ic LOw ed ntf it is said will ImiW a UeIKtwo ton leee ea tkeit own AC allettnaikt n ii Y V f T WE 111VSLO TT m f pr DATE 3IrlL to 111 Expect z I wIoeratib campaign and is making a most exciting fight Ho is a multimillionaire champions the cause of the common people against monopolies+ trusts inequalities of tho tariff Sc + and pays all his own campaign expenses He travels in an automobile with tents like a circus brass bands c He no only fights the Republicans but equally bitter in his denunciation of the Cincinnati Enquirer and other lending Dmocrats Of course this element of I Democrats will not vote his way Nor wally the Republicans havo from 50 to 100000 majority But Johnson has stirred up great excitement O ELECTIONS NEXT TUESDAY About the General Out Look The Democrats have not won ti hayisP g defeat It is the ouly political party in history tit lai not dessolved under continuous do feat which only proves that its undo+ lying principles are indestructible albeit false leaders may put it in false ositions Democracy goes into the flght next Tuesday on better grounds than for ten year and many of i theisl cuIyal tbeCouriertonotobtain control of itself within its old teachings and traditions This won victories at the polls will surely follov because pcopmpreje conIprinciple BEOKHAUS ELIGIBILITYII Do People Want Another ConItest I Lawyers like doctors will differ Judge Pryor with several other promi I Beckhaweffeif totheofticeotn nJbcr of eminent lawyers with Johu U Oar lisle in the list express the emptlat IIopimoowith opinipOiamoDgelllineBt give more than a guess as to wlmt would be the decision of the Court of Appeal ia the event of a contest Oar most ea iaentJj jnocratic lawyers differ t1 frso flisa brtt ir Er I I i I I IHOME OF THEm1RM SMITH d AM BERG BROSi i li1VClJT WOBUn wh corothy Dodd J Shoes has q elkv1J the First Prize ofII 10000 IN CASHII Triif lay 1 l+ t i f- o Second Prize 75 Third Priz 500 t It will be easy to lulune It lese prizes Ask about thom 1v wt aoIn 0If Flew of this situation wlo S o the people needlessly take any chanc for another troublesome disturbirg contest The GoebelTaylor contest upset the whole State Another con test would provoke a similar situation One may give Beckham every fraise and matKentucky Just as good isjust as capable Then why take t chances of an aggravated contest 01THE LOCAL OPTION Saloon Men Stopped by Injuno- tlon tThe contest proceedings instituted the saloon moo of FuUju seeking set aside the local option electi recently held in Fulton came pup nntyElcctionof Commissioners Messrs Knightj T ndMIT anclJMrOrann cutSmith and Whoaler Hughcsroro sented the saloon side and nU6rnes IIAutialoonlawyrlSfiled Cpurt Clerk stopping the County tElc1 iscontest tion Commissioners from trjiugfthe aufulncbefore herd Robbins Judge Robbing can henr motion to dissolve this injunction dny time but It is thought that it jwill be brought to a hearing bcforethe Ilicktryappears that the law requires t County Judge to cause the result of election to be put to record except 1 in- case of contest Notice of contest in this election having been filed t result of putto n now assert their purpose by mandamus pro ceedings to Lave the record nnule claiming that no legal contest has bc begun Drilled in other rqIYCntestbUtCbeeuurt within ten days after the election i and this contention be true then it is now too late to bring any such contest Of course if this latter contention issnsrained by tthccours the peoisallslang the line The motion for mandamus will be heard before Judge Robbiaa at Mayfield morrowand todissolveSport enwill be glad to know that dtbatfrpe lit to shoot partridges and oth that coma siidcr the provisions thiilzvrx f n IMr aw uaulUJnQl111l r B Idt i ndvertisiesng esAn old farmer triedstow and I then feeding upon his favorite mare and it was not long before j 1nyas The the critter llay down and 1 di e I and summer is not regarded with any 1iQfavor by navigators g1 SOLVEDT HICKMAN MAN IDENi 3IES NE- t GRO AT HOSPITAL byto Memphis Nows heforshooting of Henry Thomas t rd11Cgro at the city hospitalwith sev eral bullet holes in him has been I solved The mystery was not solved with the help ol Thomas however for he stillIicfusea or is I unable to talkIA man from Hicliman Ky thejj place where Thomas claimed I was from was in Memphis yest day and from the description giv I I a en him of Thomas identified l him II ata5 a negro who was shot in man by the foreman of one HiCkII aulevee gangs Kentuckyhe frtf t anany one except a licensed druggisttii 4 to sell cocaine The negro Thom heasI it is claimed was peddling co caine through the levee camp tan d was caught at it by the foreman who prattempted ieiistl said pulled a pistol and attempted1 to shoot but the foreman was too quick and filled the ntgro ItllloJI buckshot from a shotgun Thom f as succeeded iiu escaping after be i andIt acplecompanied a woman n 1 he arrived in Memphis he hada woman with him but she disap peared after he was taken I to thfVIa hospitaland has not been seen sincei The negro is still very low at physiciaern wasofsome chance for him to recover 7 f Sr i I bvI I i 1 i O C Smith basjupt refcurnod after spCI weks in the markets Following dingtwoIa carefully selected Stork of choice articles He he has tlI111glltsays sl own in Hiclcman difffiont fronvmytbiiig evermings The continued warm weather for the past several weeks has alarmed the wholesale houses mitt tlttywere anxious stocks for this reason to Smithdsporeand on account of the lateness was enabled to buy his goods at greatly reducvd prices You will have the benefit of them r a r Our Mens Fall Suitsf piadotomoasuro gar ofbtPosess the monts lyi actual comparison youll Always find our jprips low r- i Clothing of gqual quality findHarvard cut inhoth rough f h Suits in the latest 2OSmoothBoys suits in latest New York styles il10l ding Norfolk 1double breasted and threo picco stilt 11 to 75O SMITH BER BRAS 1 a AIL 4a Vr o Cloaks a ANDin f Millinery i inLadiobln AllWoolKorsosJ inSor Kersey Jackets castor and gray at S4 to G 50 fQUSOnjiIenovelty them iu tau black and castor allwool Kersey at S9GO to 1G50 MILLINERY r j We show the Iwudsomest Luc of Lanias and Musses Iltits over brought to llicknian Swei tstIeyou wuritn erCheapHat sho has it if you want u flue Hat she Shas it We would ho pleased to have you call andinspect our line Wo guarautco our prices to be thevery lowest B4LTZER DODDS W BELGIUMS KING COMING I Brussels Oct 28King Ljopold has omised Commissiouor Walsh to v St Louis Exposition 1GgOD ARGUMENT- If you know a man or womanI who will buy your goods write vahimyou ten persons write them letters i you know 100 persons write them letters Ifyou dont know this bitsing J in the Courier and find on who they arefir Mtythreacentst rJDrJrJMJ I d w FULTON COUNT RANKS HIGHEST l i ALWAYt J INCREASING OUR KATE k From MayU ld Messenger i For ttllC benefit of our readers who want to know the average equalized value per acre of the lands iii the rious counties In lla first cwigrea= fobflowing fLyon1 Marshall6 j Livingston893tj ltlc 1MCahfwell 171Ctf 1 i i 1014 raves I HiI 1141 21dQ- J rt r T 0 ri S J o La 14 Ji6 II 4 siAnrli 3f t Girl Swallowed a Snake thodlughterI Alsace became very ill but speedily re I covered nnd for some days afterward goodvealage wasi wont to eat atInsteadfatterwthe girl grew thinner the doctors who Were summoned to attend her wore unIIable to explain why the food did her noI the good Finally tho riddle was solvedv fora serpent about twenty inches iin length lsuedono morning froUlthepr childs month ous The serpent was killed and sent toI the University of Strasburg and sinceImadc i then the little one has enjoyed excellent health It is supposed that tho child swallowed tho serpent while drinking some impure water Chicago Chron son icle 1 TEACH ME THY WAY last weoWhom myriad Aynrlds obuIlldoneWheroersunThroughruntI11 runleachbcninsThyWhoa oer the hut Thy sunlight stroams in thjLikodreamster t Teach mo Thy tyay A fallAround t1lAdaallGrowpallTeach i t hourAresilentlyThp SoerHewor Aud souls death YtowoiTeach me Thy wayfor blestThe their gayAlldresodWizenk to rost Thy i pojlcachthen Or when Thou strotciiest forth runrulmajestyInwintry tabUobiugalJouttheWith clontls and darkness lire and ing stormAnino Thy way legeMaker SirI 1 dayLong care while goodness keep su1 marry spare CaptI Be theTeaCht leper itu t y onY ifrjPoth l fiiijtlWhen in Eternity iv Th1eeo isTciist f Iter- U take me to Thyself at last And through that endless nrilfiiowu vast tothoTeach me Thy war H Hendrick Criticizes Pryorhe TranktortOct 2iHon to John K Hendrick gave out a that strong interview Ihere tonighlI t rethe p ntirdutgjust published and which1 I holdsI forthatI f election He cited nunH ron rSa rors in Pryors opinion and said he was sorry Pryor studiously1 J avoid the ed icommcnt to upon the nnanswer able authorities presented1 Iby Wni wIReedf I cligndI the obibilitYPreston H Leslie was not analog- s011 bccaqpic Leslie was not elected son bv the people1 l the first term only of holdingstx months bySIICCSSlOn IieuBrick is getting stronger every i redaycognising his worth are rallying to Ihis leis supportt in numbers QUAIL MAY BE SOLO MS have mistakenl qtpeople aA rcat many idea to the effect that the legislature 1passed a bill forbidding the sale quail killed in this state between the opeu dates for flnail shooting None mI bcr ly toss ian ar 1U Thp bill failed tobp tho senate thus thereto is nothing forbid the marketing of quail t this uwl other oltctof tho state Th will bo very agreeable dotes to countnq1y C people to reap a cdnslderablo rover i froth the sale of the qaall they shoot 1 AMAU1 FOR GOVERNORI vj v Carlisle County New v goIfwill bo the r ernor and we believe he iI isoa thing that icvery certain such mall wfry I II aot write the gor ernormessage to t j t LI tefctefotei IBdite requisition ppon j I DarVmot Indiana for tto retpm of j unjI I dl tk offlelal ssgnatmre of the cWef exeox Mtive What wfe want is a man who 9 hasauiiud ol his own and ia not refe U Such a wan jg ilI afraW to cxI t I Jaliu KII n4riekI- F jj- i I j iIi II t 1 1 NOBLE WORK OF PROVIDING VETERANS HOME BEGAN THREE YEARS AGO Tree boatful home for disabledL Confederate veterans dedicate Pewee Valley seals Kentuckys to membership in that sister of states which recognizing needs of her battlescarn d for whom no pensions art ovided have through the gener efforts sympathizing men and women aided by the legislatures ample provision for the in firmities of the men who wore thc gray says the Albert Sidney John Chapter U D C in the Louisville CourierITonrnal- AndthoUQh Kentucky is thg to vhe01 into line in the noble it is hdt because she was of these grizzled veterans j whose feet are descending vestcrn slope It is some time now since the movement first took modest shupoI this oitywhcnthc women of Albert Sidney Johnston Chap U DOwith more zeal than financial discernment conceived idea hfnbstablishing a home in = Louisville rendtai that end rented housQ at 70S East Chestnut Street f Severall ncejlyl veterans were iinstalled anti through the efforts of the chapter with some outsidu aid were comfortably arod- for shine months Finding resources inadequate to ithe increasing domandsit became im sible locqntinue the home an organixad and with many rets the house was fiitulty- talnstd though alto project of PS a home on a more at basis was never abandnnrd iit became the11nIIvj 1triciMi of Mrs John II Sat the laughter of one noble bcmfactor D G Parr to realize fur x- t chapter their long cherished Her appeal to her fnllnr ti t 1 for a ConTeilirate home was metwith almost generous response VST a + h later when discussing the transfer of the property wilh members oF the J B Eastin cahip was induced to make the dcctbj the camp instead of the chapter all might work together in interest of a state home The first suggestion of the availability of Vill11Udgennt the 1purposel was made by Mrs nore than a year ago Though Capt Parr was not in Confederate r army he was al ways a warm Southern sympathizer and once during thee war l his hoofs were pressed into Federal service because he Jj- jected to their being used to t transport troops to Fort Donald he was pntiinto prison On another occasion when JneY Copt Purrs vessels lay vat thei Louisville Whartj in the near Qvicinity of a tarnsport which tea filled with Confederale prisoners little daughter Virginia now Mrs Sale stood at the gangplank alLwho came on i the prisoners No one refused and quite a handsome sum was frealize through the efforts of the child 1 e bcautlful guidnn Ipresented tothc homo iIs also be gilt of MrsI feutqm trondltt proolaimihgthe existchre olICon fedcralcTHorae Mrs Sale is related through her I mother to the five reefed Confederate Marmadukes Gen John S Marma luke was on Oeri Albert Sidney Johnstons staff and died in 1888 governor of Missour willas Qfhethat stated write the history of the part Missoiirians played in the Merlr laduke WitS a distinguished Con federate officer It was his rcgi ment which had pie custody of the colors of the line of battle SiitlQli anil ci ened the Flb il1 x tt5 WfUL Y t j J 1aI I1Ji ft J If 2kiJ r V r If fJJ Xii seEI TiIr mr i 4 L1L- 1A TC LOW PIICIS TTft Who Started Lo 1 Y L 1 pi Prices In Hicl Y v From ifpy I opened my Cash Grocery Store dates the 1 l= prices for Groceries in Hickman Y this is a fac Each week thro the Courier I have n mince the puc that the credit system vas a hea 5 that I cool Id would show them the advantages Q In nay sale m know I have proved this to be be m prices Otljs have begun to see facts when I havfe them and life lowered prices on special articles 3p that my casjiriees apply to any and everything iSffore come f o we for if some cut on some special meet their races and may do soiree better I L CUE TIRI j f tI 1 u r n I fl t II ALL AND SEE t Th Ithp 4 1bry I Thr T5Wew e4vIng strnwl utfks i t Itrike Choioa hle1iQuc1 t Iic- Wi1rP Harness 111 Frlt I Inugo x1- 1s t 1 f A lot of ir itu articles i 1Ue HaV and Bran AllJ w b iI u l l I wIJN I I iit 1 i r gIjIrORritO T l 1 e L 1A lJ 1- arvareueenares tf lM J loceilieSnoYoYeJsfi l1flaatSg f 1 J f fY Vccarry jveryOuntijiKuav4+ MiiJI iin a fii tas Gcerysand no 1 uitJ will btilware+ i t tc twtw imr tisfoircr I r rCallror JUno lrneliu1t iJtnlllla ttik seers JtlPt tilcrrltltaAfter collectiitti of JKXJ Qu aro t itk1 tornnnuwate present l ijfI 1 11Nis lJtrnmttly Delivered1 jit r HICKMAN tl ltKla W011KS 4 i 1An11 1I1r lH Tb 1tLtJ1jJ1 3rfJt 1 rtI t + uw+ r t I aN itlr t MarBUl aaid Sanite Monumentsa CUR 3T STO E VVOUK of nil KlmK l V titrio PKNOJf Nis r w riokmanKy = 1 PAPERSl AND MERCHANTS BANK9 II inor rQQQJl iq = y rl1 Absolute Saf tty is the Basis Sfe tU wo offerf to wSpsitovsl Otlbeiv in tlucelllellts arcs of Acmindjirv importance I Upon this G1r tctJe fiolitityour atronaye I t ti AlH IIttlQ1t Cushier H pH1nHtA Tresidfc t J 4 DIRECTOESi4 J l GvnOUUHASlV H lUrHVjaX J1 THOMlOX r JcmlREI K TiJr ISLEU J w ALUXANDKHI H 15 THKEUCELl I WANTED IrpwM r TO CONTRACT FOR ELM LOGS LOADED ONI I CARS AlHICKJfANf ATS eEA BeQs Zatl e tj + f 0 J t r t THE PUBLIC THE WINNER rat coal strike is at w rwtl an liiurrs hRto returned 1JiR V W are pliant to got buok J i p waikc+l out last Anrfl u0 1 A between fife UfliiSf S atnri hay fxfl u ruiiutdon r aottl I A icwrv r operator nwr ato fu p they to 1 anion The t I ri+ tnicxd idt- ianntstiI t liatitiot Lts i Afeite ilix i 3 sinelt but r1ctbet 1 t vn have a WL 1f tlltdeYby far thw e is uo victory fpr atipha 1Mit thcpnblio and what it ban achetr41 liis KU ufter lorn sad r Fa etathn- Rtt Wt38W BOUND FOR IC1fMtt ltd eY st i day then came to ihocity 011 npwkHors wttgpn front MefcenJfe ccunty tt young wOlumi wha sll S herjl name is yrs U KinleTf saysAl the Bowling ran 11inesitt Joomnl She Ifnc a young 1 baby with her and went tot lie cily iti tloNti 5bCt I transportation to Hickmaiij whore site claimed to have tI an uncle She told a rather iI pathetio story and said that for her husband was lkilled two Jno weeks ago at Edmonton by- a man jiampcL Jim 011001 and she was lefttti penniless 8 csh alsosaid that hdr husband was a gambler and was killed juju fightgrowing out of a crap haloes 45 ho was givn transptfr tat ioll tO- Guthrie aiid twill probably be sent bix from that point PaducailiDehiocrat 104000 On Tomatoes r Messr DrU T Fullerton andl COffi11ni IIDLain data rulative to the growtb of tniuntocs went there last Tuesday ThiJ people nooat Himiboldt last year had in bio acres in tomatoes andi utoured erne anus above till expenses SI040QO a clear prdlvof 182 per nero The send inust bo BOWU in Fobrnnry in r on jusutire hotbods Tim plants an fnnHpluuicd intQ hold frrinus into rotes too fret n irl cud alinoat as tUiok us they eau svictt In the rows At ni j suitable timo tbo plants are trausplant 1 ed to tale OPOII field Tbe Iiu1atiul d growers find that an approximate esti I mate in tomato growing is this1ru vested returns that 81 and 40a thntis 1WO invested returns the 1000 an a00 profits Dr Fuilcrton who is a Iproiug himself a public spirited ut and a public benefuctor has kindly coascutod to furnish the NewslJauner an eitinsive article on gitto growing The Kenton people iu order to secure specatbucl1uQd freight must seen at least 15U acres in tomatoes The Doctor states DUO man lout year had G six acres in tqtnatoes and char d 51800 g a3 fiat IL thiubas running a runoff iij uewipaparrTroy Banner 1 s 0 r L O fDY tlrn r tlr t rt no itt clll1bftSJij it 7 tyII 1nfeu in tor li4ut tp hold UtQ j t I tuttsthe tavttaililo Icve ysliv I merican liincoriit iiiation Itn hlinl Jlccthij Sew Orleans Norll 13 t AKNtfAI MKBriKQ DAUOIITEIIS OP THE CO antes slaw OIILBAHS jfovrll16 v For those occasions the Mdbfia Jhjq wP willt i makp nitci otvONE pomtsIreturn ten days Apply to our home regent for particulars or write MBoal A G P A St Louis Mo t j IllTIiOGRAPU WORK T I i Litho Letter Headst s Litho Note He sii a j r Litho Bill Head Litho Envelopes l jAt as low pllCOS is gill be t Jr done tinT rhere at il v Courier OfIiccNj R3i JTIDSQN- I ne3ltisilIrcft I 1 KENq9 jOfiee over Uowgill OiirwiJtt Urug Storo INTBUUIlANKEAnLBiKM MILE TICKET XrH now bniutr sold tIn Nashvillo Ohuttaloo aIl St Loavas Kiiilway greal over Railway and Steamer Ltnog is tU0 186boiIf yon expect to do any travcliaf with ofdue1ul i ofiices Where they tare not oa sale t y thev may ordered from General Office llgbe11 1tckek Agent = J1VL ANLEY eairoNMkviUT IT J Ftcrr Erelslitg 1 I rYou will Sled fresh Sanstigeai rhrtl iked P otleli v if L- ISlI 4 r j Cvvi v Y Itir v f 0- s I r l fl Ii Jll i 1M tt- Q tr 1 J a0 Ji t JOHN RINGWOOD a Gl8n al GQQQriEJ ICk e stead East Sickmac DeutlskKceps all kinds of Groceries a ridtheFamily SUppliES s BUTTER EGGS swhose I A SPECLOLTYI I 1 1Goods Delivered FreefI It ti1 COURIER JOURNAL IIpI A WEEK 2IMES104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICE AWEER COURIER JOURNAL is tho Test paper published in the United States for Democrats and cal for all readers It is the equal of many x Dailies and the superior of all other rSemiWeeklies tlSONs toNEWSmTTTS TTv ir i storyrrv free on application Address COURIERJ OURNAL COMPANY Louisville KyalJ I Henry L Shattnck of Shellsburg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afHtct years by four boxes of Chamb Stomach and Liver Tablets He sad- medicspreviously tried many other re- r and a number of physicians without relief For sale by Oowgill C A F OLIVEH to C Blacksmith and Undertaker fug HIOKMAN KENTU Give me a trial when you want Black 1smithing done or Repairing Wagons ci Horseshoeing a specialty I also t keep a full line o- fOiiiriakirii I I t hodsll I ble Common Rosewood and Soli dthtro whbeich sonable prices Give mu u trial mi IVShopf near the jail II Gees Like Hot Cakes will The fastest selling article Itheat my store U writes druggist C Smith IJ of Davi8iKyfeDr Kings New oovBcy for Coasaraptkm Coughs careti In my madesix years of sales it has never failed h have known it to save sufferers fromwlJ J r A throatand lung diseases who get at if othody SLS r wjci Kill guarantee settisfftctiou or refund those v Reg1Ws sizes date ff tA i tIO yEaa dl j J 1r 71f ItSMBLINC 1 fi f UBIBLE DOES NOT UR iMdoes fcjie l gamlwordsljll itdI tllathdoi Spirit1 that leads up to it the andJihaIfIranIffulDisguise onecov maynl ofkQJs qvetakena 11Ii the Elvag2 a I SU1tqi 1 J iinake a hold nt golf ce tt nd4 r situP13T uppi the UeSofJaohwhether the tenth1 com tf mandnifnl whrch1 loll I I dove means what it says V The occursW11Sums staked nd 11115edrivou ghUnsue ppsfpl l Iej pInyelrShnply Jjbvi Jj S on the of his toil T withfirstgain bIer orti 1iscsgambllUg begets foilI spendingl The loser t 1 he winner squanders The hoRS forwholeiHblokeJ Those not buried spread lby the cattlecounty are usunderburied by passing the 1 hat burledfv Gambling is today the most fashionable the mosf jail prevalent and the nIcanestwh fof all vices It has 111 t fsillgle redeeming traitnottacked iiviolenceIt lIltS not one Itpulseeficient result from it honeycombs the soul with the1 basest of pasSIons rn teNoconfirmed gambler is al whiacheatworkipfatuatedt 1fS fTtL la t ne AuTliefire iiu And last a scoundrel Does strav the Bible forbid gambling is liable Well is there anything thatNo Bible does forbid If any iJthereaoroot is greed whose sees a failstrunki ruit is fraud The Interior Any MIXES MUSIC WITH HIS POLITICF 1 nffue married Mills Williams nominee of the Allied It is arties for congress made two rid at the court house in this city lust Mon corner day Mr Williams is accompanied by dary two daughters both of whom arc ac any complished musicians Ho hives violinist and the trio does a few musi stunts between his political tnlks tIe One of the girls however was trickentiousi with illness upon her arrival hero and a landlord entertainment part of the usual TconecqucJlceof tho Utopian pore thdrivesprovides for the wants of mankind to that with extreme liberality Tho aft address had low hearers but tho audi eye of leftoncewhoedUrusus CI AfTYI ovrgillestimatedTo dy old customers We st worthayPatronage or take move pleasure iu trOUBeit is to please yaa than wn old barbers hardlyKYaway hfigbtNEWWork on the Jairo division of the 1 CRR is progressing well just at present the weather being very tavern Live andOn the Paducah end of tho road j has been no rail laying since the canRettgoriog further enoughatpast few days tJijtrailisdelightpected that tho work at Perkins creek be finished iu two more days and Macons Mill in a week or so and forces engaged at these places re mistress Dalthefillsare to betowhich will weeIl but tlayinghis from the presd tarns possible Just when t be completed is not appare in position to know dont any earlier than the new ucar as wo Carlisle News r c f c SI alder SOMEl OF OUR LA1 StIDREADING A i THEN CLOSBLi Foil LOWING H Following are a few of the ap pl1clbe to every day life fit would bo well for everybody t and observe Whoever swears or is drunk ho presence of a magistrate or an urt of record can bo instantly fltFiie dollar without further reproof Wells and pits sunk for any pko nrost fie filled up or enclose W g u abaiulouedby either the owner UC cnpant of tha grounds or the wu sinking same or tho aforesaid Sesi will be liable to a fins of s Jr for rr twentyfour hours such wollorllil loft unfilled or uuinclosad IFor to tlKtaffsHisa it is a fine rot Jess than lien nor more than jyI dollars to ciist tho oftrcnss of auyfifl nnimal iin or within twentyfive liJ any water course spring or ra isItwenty nor more thnuet hundred dollars 1 It is u tine of not IKS than tumr moro than ten dollar for each iP yalllthan 1 I public roads without being prv brandeil or marked r with one or a or crosses It is a flue of rot less than rose t i sand dollars or imprisonment in jail for from throo to tw I imprisounnp irhei pedigree of stock the owners of distempered caj hogs diseased with cholera 4poM to run at la ge outside his prej ulauyfluCdOSeS 8 au 4qC1 i any su or hogsh die they wnsCurica fine of 5 for each carL nrr I Any jailer ofhasprisoner ho has reasonable groundsto be said jail is about bun mob bent upon tn cting1 inmatesnnot less than fifty nor than 500 thItl j orbothto offon Bstyclyminister of the gospe can be ar j le he is engaged iu religions in any cssembly for any civil1 whatever luy offlcfeggat tam uersonjunlawful1y starting a any woods fence or grass or whether damage is done or not to a fine of 100 anima bell l Can1adaripoisi person over twenty one not a woman can have his or her chanced border of county court a penitentiary offeuse to wilfully destroydresses a tree or coruerstono of the boun of tho state or to the survey of tract of laud toelfcompensation has a lieu upou suchcat subject to limitations and restric as are provided fur iu tho case of lieu for rout KING OF DIAMONDS hiiris mundane sphere fcr a visit which holy writ tells us It iis tinernoanthe needle than to enter in there him a partner in bust se wealth overtops that of or of led This sums iis 4 licit and is known as the rican Croesus His wealth iiM shorte haft his weight in diamonds Jirrthe biggest diamond merchant fellDirclistblebig enough to sec a square M fle is only1 five feet two mland his weight is in proportion I iUlldi Womensighis on the proposition that smalltowealthtbuudaut Unfortunately Mr J3eit In woman he socallednoverimpressed noaUoringcole aud mead Gold is his Kon diamonds that sparkle In their his treasure lDoretcwpbngradiating eyes of lovely woman Deliveryntnow to delivet assetreceive orderssoonsddclanotlJer i vragouLanFOiv ReYntr 1 t C ffoil IS I f t r 0r1 V JE r r S r- I t it- 1r J i i A tr 111- 1dI 4k i 1it4 4F W W = =0 I I we haejust bought ia full and complete line of Cpok and Heating Stoves that are now on exhibit on our floor Wo have the agency for tho Peninsular Cookinir Stove the best and ugUtllllltybond broughttbuy before you exau1 ne 1e 1 everyoneWoprep irnlcto open ooijleti iiie i of Hariw 1sever brought to Hickman Wo are still in the Implement r 11ab1fi iheiil I you want something good Respectfully tt fiifi W S HENDERSON WO HICKMAN BANK i AICSb2d1 iKY i 0 Capital Stock Paidv- OOOOOO Surplus and Undivided1 Profits S2000000 Having ample Capital a largo Surplusconservative management and a strong oard of Directors the Hickm n Hank solicits the accounts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers promising tho utmost liberality I of treatment consistent with modern conservative j banking methods aifIWJuDn V Q JJtctliva 94 ti1S Iat IE1 E ReevesII 1 1Hasopened II eeSias ann GJfJc Sore andoffers as a starter to give you 1 10 Cents Worth of Queens vare With Every dollars Worth of Goods bought of himI To wit a plate cup or saucer fruit dish etc You can get l a set of dishes a piece at a time and 1 SextraS v regular price I Drop in and look at my stockdo IhCURLINI OPPOSITE BUCHANAN Zfa i 1miva fOil Rockbottom Prices on roc lardrtesa care Staple and Fancy Groceries as low as the lowest for Gash Call and inspect our goods and pure our prices with others Free camLini iHBUC ANAN and W j cad d J F f I f i4Hi s JJ 1tt S r t 1 Ot V iJli tiiJli 1 E J 7l I I IsJ 1 I I i x t Iif J r 44tf PORK COMES HIGH I IThe price of hogs is higher than it at this time of tho your since the war remarked Richard Ryan of the Provision Export Company yester daycThey are now soiling at 750 per hundred pounds live weight and I afraid the price will not coino down 1thissido of Christmas In tho fall of 1890 they wore bringing only 825 per I hundred pounds but there had been a steady advance since thou This is due to the fact per cent amounting only to about 9000000 or 10000000 pounds The price of lard in 1B9G was down to 3 rricersd V 1lIDvJ1 10bl mateslt thatpeople who were willing to GCta1oRwithout meat before now want it oven advanced costCincinnati Enquir IHon HARBOR WORK thus K Wheeler has promised ono of our citizens peoplellWhenconHrCfS meets in December ho will make a great ef fort to get us an ourrigml1tlrs11Oull1ColnlUln9haseonhhssand actarClitici IF YOU WAS ME A peculiar world is this andalot ulontitfleeing from it another is trying to save money tu build a house und another is tty fug to yell for less lulallIrethetheaterflowers with the hope of making ler hiIwhile his neighbor is getIroan bemoans the that compels him to work in ors at a dck outddoors Thinks he would lbe happy ii work was inside The man on farm hopes for the tune to when he can give up the rm and move to ton white ery man in town dreams off the time when ha can own a with a big farm belltt the hitchers door and of YOlldoEa- it lees KIglit to the Spet When pain or irritation existsof tho body the application of OP Bal any s Snow Liniment r promptrelief saidanhis was rubbing it in torheumatism O R SmithPropr Smith House Tenhaes I have itsed Ballardr3 Ten Sowment in seyeralyearsremedyf all aches and W bea tine IreoommenttLrtistchestSlatison- r andat L P a SuD8hinQIJ8r sprlcegaalitr krarrjaJ0 L Iof iiSl iit H SllE I Of rYr I i r 1 t r i r vw- E fr r- ItI n IIsI4 a f r JI J r t h n u q C C 9t1he C a r t WSONt CTORE MEWS 1 rC 4 This month promises to be a record breakor indu J the matter of sales Every Saturday now equals tiny our best day before Christmas sales heretofore We are keeping up our stocks well Every r Department is it its best now with each one show ing special values The Millinery Department as a sales exceed lastyears Evidently styles and prices Departmentis TherUsDrugF You will profit by buying your drugs hereilld The Grocery Department is strictly upto date Fresh goods only with the best possible Si patronageTlie Clean DepartmentNotet 1UItenSpecials innDry Good Department I I JACKETS ur Among the arrivals this week was another Invoice of Ladies Jackets Our special item is a tile L Ladies Jacket of very fine quality all wool I Kersey Cloth lined throughout with SkinnersII Satin It is made with a yoke cuiisleeves l setups down the back and with stitching and cord j lug veryIhuudCi1 some garment in every respect Was bought to sell at 1250 but we have put a special price on I them of 1000 Colors are Black and Castor I Another special value comes in Oliver Castor j B and Black is made of fine Kersey aird linedsp sergethisi cloth in these garmentsis fully equal to any 7 1uheI i I I 111JalI riThelie sure to note that tlJ is J ofti which 500 garments ore j usually trade r ELLISON MERCANTILE CO l i i 1 N e OC 1 L 1S14 tdr x I NOTES OF NOTABLES I Tho salary of the lord linuteuaut ot Ireland is 20000 a year and he has JC 1000 for nn outfit Prince Henry of Prussia has taken ont a lifo insurance policy for 180000 payable only in the event of his a assjj nation 3 Er Senator Jewctt of St Louis is uiuotyfour years old Somo ono asked him not long ago how old no thought a man should bo before retiring from business Tno old gentleman gravely responded I doatroally think a intiu should keep on after htthns reaeieil thn ago of ninety In tho course of hw nostoii snoeph tho other evening Secretary Shaw tickled his more or less cultured hearer with this clover cpigrnmj Iho iliffurouoe botwcon a politician ad a Hfatosman lithe i difforouco between a young man j who is looking for a situatiou sand 0110 who is looking for work Judge Evans of Allegheny conut3 Pennsylvania has taken a stop toward r improving the quality of jurors drawn He hag addressed circulars to leading I J business men of ull kinds asking them to scud names of employes competent t- A serve as jurors in explaining his I movement the judge says there is much room for improvement in the kind omen f drawn for jury duty anti ho be lieves that his method will also secureI men who will make few applications to bo excused FULTON OFFICER GETii SNOT Night Officer Frank Walker of Ful ton sustained a paful injury in tho N leg by being accidentally shot with a 83 caliber Smith S Wesson rnvolvor HIS revolver foil front his pocket to the jpavement and was discharged + FULTON NUPTIALS Mr J Commodore Branii and Miss ivcy Cheek wore marucd in Fulton Tuesday evening tho 28th at tho home J of tho brides parents Rev E BS Ramsey of the Methodist church per forming the ccreuiouy Miss Check ia the accomplished daughter of Pro J OOheeVa great favorite in HickS mam society aa well as Fultciu Mr BraBii is a prominent busmcwa man of i Tfsltou bcJDg tho owner of a largo flour null in that City Hosts of friends I thJ Courier in hearty congratnla h I tionL I FreskMeatef r Alwjiyii Ht Threlkeidg 3 wagons = I prompt delivery Telephone 13 Good mixfed hayvfor sale Apply to ALEX RICE 1- tI PLOW POINTSr I Tale your Plow Points to George Buck and haye them sharpwied two t 9K teat Jr I 1111Qr j v F- II I l h IIII- yEi K AFTER MRS ED DalDEATII OP CHILD THE CAUSE White Plains N Y Oct 2S The Westcheslur countyt gransnl jury complolct its investigation at oclock today in the case of Esther Quimhy who died from malignant dipt Iarill after havhm heun it is allegedunder Christian Hcienlist treatment from JohnI Carroll Lathrop of Manhattan a reader in the Christian ScienuoI church Latham was indicted Only four witnesses on behalf of thft people were examined They ora wore all doctors and experts and1I testified that in their opinion the chillI died fthrough the neglect of1I the scientist to hall in a physician After the inquiry Ooronor Banning made this statement of inoin diet Mrs Eddy the head of the responiblrkr hunks and teachings to abandon i medicine and take up the science fl faith I am sure the jurqwitj I find a true bill The presentmentt will be made tomorrow Lnthrop and the Qnimbys are f indicted for manslaughter and1 bench warrants will be i suc lf1 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES iOK CONGHKSS- v First District OHio M Tames Second District A O Stanley Third District John S Rhea Fourth DistrictD II Smith 1 Fifth District Swagar Sherloy Sixth District D Lieu Gooch Seventh DistrictSouth TrimbleJJ Eighth DistrictGeorge G Uilbcr Ninth District James N Kchoe Tenth District J D Hopkins I volt APPELLATE COURT JUDOE First District Thos J Nuuii Second District Warner E Settle Fifth DLstrictUcnrv Barker Sixth DistrictTho II Payuter No oho has amassed millions so rap idly as Alfrcdjteit the South African Billionaire vfiu is reputed to be the wealthiest man in the world His for tune is said tb exceed 1000000000 and ho has an income anfileiout to make ten nqw millionaires cvcry year The whole of this collosal fortune was made wit hi in Jt period oEf ftweatyQvo ears cBay Suttgliiae hour and you will use lie other jit w tho favorite rvithatUte beat fuiiHi 3 4- I t 7 y iS S O O Ja i Iif r Orit 4 IDclUJ i j j i i aKC Cr1 E C Rice and finally visited in Crystal l Sunday I There was coutiderable frost Yednes n orniUKI A Sunshino hour auo ucrCJ other YOOjWdca wiInThe President has named Nov sTtfijj 1Mroccasionally What forII j Mr C Flelcltor OfMOJUllZiC WitIlickuau Mon uy on business Mr Jaulua Stephens and wifo took Iie Street Pair at Jaofcion this wodg IMrs Jo liidloy vijo has boon visiting St Louis returned home Saturday II i Ilard tti plnf i insret t Mrs Watson wire of Dr Watson JoT Union City died Sunday of piiCU sSaf inuuia A horse mn travel amilo w1 rL uwro I hun four feet 1tfI iant it Puwtnastur J 1 SWlhen3 unct t sitrvl lr finrtre Tinton utd wi u Fulton Sunday lirem is tIe stuff of life vij iusiinc Hour and you g M ar blest on the market j Mist Ivy DeBow visited in IuI week to attend time Brann dj R I1 wedding v IsMr Fiul y Randlo has been o t week on a visit to Miirtiu C h- j ift I JucKOUMkjur WN L Alexander 61 U ulwiys a wdcomo ViSllori Tuesdayt 1IlmRll tn Cioa hi r irftoR Ttrn i rolling h + r Ihnr rf j Krcvart i lien Mr Loa Tolv Mfr UIonkent tiauday auk tbo Cuutilyrl il unclel J W ncr il UnUottGii Ip r lei tHU et I Tom LodforilV H 3tuytMr L P haiituua- tFaithcure pl y iciani nip N SRO expect thtu lwtlutua too f1r i J Jefaith and itr thtuiiwvix v- J filer capping u climax olio till t t drivi a nail in it ii pi ot somA r f fellow from UllcQfllIlt i i Mi Jennie in win II- i vb4ililJ ill Jt j I terlinrlilt to- l turnrai hoiii lir I rocJI C e1Ihu jirov uqt JrmI allied Wttr Giit Stfotta T = for the OIMW r ytti2ry v YJ Ask for StlUtdlzMt floiittbator Try it OIJP titu nnH ywit t use no other 1 Mr W G B HouiaV of BarHw 44 Miss Annie Lovefaeo of Feron f were married in luion Wcduesdnl Un Hicks tlj weaUiiT iprophetayw t eNovember will be putty stqimtyt ow snd consdr Ill TtD I sft j Mr Mnricy Ro r wlr lsx921ee t K kt fryer fao 1rel 11J 2M oelok very body oaililUly vtvdt 10 HMrI incriibnt of Liixoru Ark vut Jf nicKiiffii fhte week lIo rlepnrt ou a loom SoHtf itxjuty young folks enjoyed Thi Up Joi1ias party fit Mr Jstuace tit1qt lTuesdayt ycuiig Gt11 musical rat tf aliens eujoyedt Miss Nora Oul n popular milfiifo Carutharsvitli who has boon vfintiujji Dickscn passed through Iliekmani ll1ursdayolirouto home Mr tonne Walker Manager of niteri gels factory visited Wowport Ark 1 I looking attar the pnaohose of a stoatnVtI iolit arid burgqs for Ihia uompauy sjj I 1Usaptafus HI Tyjor and II Bn tauan old Coufwl Vets report a gnmcr timo at Uio iledvuatiou of tho IKy Con fodorolo Homo at Pewoo Vallnjr- Tho Pad ncah Resistor saru a boyI McOrackon county hna heon r lo isod as cured from tho Eopkiusvillo Asylum whoso mania WitS outing salt h twyer Fraud Mooro lilts bought iho Shuback residence and will forthwithi orcoim uoW rosiilonca there on aud movu thcr presort Houses to the low part of HO lots B IV Davis C AJIoluomlw W Si Ellison S W Cougar sad perhaps somo others are buiHIug hew houses in WUiL Uickiuuii When you see UJilliits investing their money in ai ibcuity tin slats is fuyoratulo Deputy Sheriff Jamw Soot brought tip six prisoners colored Monday from the Madrid Bend precinct this county arrested under various charges They were held for trial bolero tho Circuit Honrt t AtCraigy Nos Mme1 Patti Iposi sesses time largest piano as well as the most expensive orchestrion in the world The latter wonderful instrument is equal to the combined cflorts of sixty performers It cost 15OflQ and h1S3 repertoire over eighty operatic selections and airs r Mr Lee nndppcantile Co Cayce has 10slhongeodemerchantl move1tisnext week it is thollhn01StloubletrackMemphistto Fulton number of civil engineers from Chi are now at work on tho road boo the two points- Ilesidellco for Sate A subnrban improvementsApply to MRS Jo RIDLKY Mr Robert Hicks near Crntehfleld without special effort in selection hisheldono with 1000and manybarrelsT Walter Hardy representing Dil f Coffin Co cotton factors Mom was iu Hickman this weak mix with the cotton people His trw huncHed 700 bales from Hickmau last season and expects to double it this season The AutiSlaug Olub met with MUSS Laura Brown Thursday evening Tho Qfilcer are President Miss Annie El lison Vtei President MIKS Luun Brown Secretary Mis Kstollo Itonaajt LVenKnrcr MISS Icio URlo unit Critic liss Bnfi Urcwor a100 Per Dozen makeClbiuutooalpetitiuuiuprioosAJS Po RUSEU LEIIAt Gftorgftovn Airs James E Gnu trill was awarded 86000 damages in tho rauU court against the Georgetown VrWrr flompanv aud II W Nelson ris Ci ilrl aed for SliijKX 1 lu s hr- jrr I aaiIdg that tho wnfcir pnsaure- javtuu I eskiftttt n thin dote her roili ii Ij ij ut arcs bM IM l iia January UHl j Cliunt i Ihu it district calloJ Littlel t NIL nvlthii the uiiuiiera tut Irving tot ffrirni tt by Vmgl ou any norirau of jI rig1ltlUGfugsl tt1 f mrntion and call it Bifj Hell an I the airI+ t I1 l S tIIurJ llurrj1 I fIhnt lir httc I iiuoly finished I Irii I i I21 a- turll I 1 Lt OUNJXfTEA nERI SSOCJJAI i 1 I I The FoMoa Cuntiiiy TVwiclwrs Aawoi I i ftftu trot at t Uycv utjml4y Out r I After It tow rvutiiriii by tho Supt r gtudiog limn work pf tiio ale axttttla the ito prtwdenr Mr Hitrgrctvo took tho ell fir As the museum tiers of t Assycinuou were lute in arriving only erne aul ject as taken up m time morn c Wlrnt our Public Schools al I PlnlljI f illtSaunders Misses DeHow and offered souo god thoughts on his subject llisll Merry man give ma lpraotiuul sagglllliana ia rru rd to spelztng 3chxl Diwiplino was intrc 4ttccd by Alr1G111 runt discussed by t embers of the Associatiou The ration of Teachers and Purents wlilt Ky handled by Mr David Muddox Hut wait followed by HII excullout taper 1r K iding by Mis Matlio Deliow filbw Sn ith rondo some timely hug esJoiu ou Supplementary Reading jjid Bjxo of our need of district Iii arid Some needs of the Common timei3 oeiattun nil agreeing that tho great tlt need is longer torms of school Tho work o the day closed with an inter netiug talk by Sir Hargrove on Pro i 1 I StudyI was toudored Miss Virginia Luton for a recitation and toII the good people oI Cayco for their Vitality The Association adjourned to I moot at Hickman Saturday Nov 22 I BIKQIB SAUNnatts SecOyII 0 I THREE YOUNG GIRLS MURDERED Memphis Oct 9A special from Wynne Ark says Thus Gibson a well to do negro farmer1 j lrlcfl his home near here yesterday j to attend a circus leaving 1 his r three daughters Maryaged 17 j years Sophie 12 and May JO at j home Upon his return a ghastly1 i sight met his tbhe i I girls were found inside the houseI j with their heads crushed to a jelly t j while the body of the third was j I found in the yard J terribly mulila I ted The girls had been subjected to the most atrocious in1iguiti II Posses composed of both bloc and whites were formed and 1 acid Ciossan old negro was ar rested Cross denied all knowl1 edge of the crime but finally con les4d that he had witnessed the killing and said that a aroj Johnson by name was the guilty party The posse ii now look for sainttnlt rUjidefilt with if apprehended z r 1 ti 7lmJMOUS JYEHII t l for l 300 A PAIR 1 All Ijathers La li s IDepartment kM oofw I Ir ii cr I fti For Pretty Things for Women r I ethisstole certainly l1U s Uie lead The Style rind low prices tits bringing us crowds IUofcustomers otaCQ uiill WsltinffaldliLiuy uKillb Qilrfo P11 1 10 I66R IHI1 U 2xTU8IVE S Ta k3 fOdicu CiaiKieots tturwa out by the lmodrd3 C1tntnt have the Sta tit lit tlint tneso strictly tailr clacte skirt hnv4 I iSatisfactory Stockings For Women ana jjfe oPopuI if Prices 9 M y J t f Eg d Rke k k bK IIIJI1IfIJ n 111- a VJ 0 c oo JJ xcc CD 8 0C Eor g k r1 0- t fit i T It0J JNz 6Qxobp I n r 70 + 1 U1 nR e 61 LcCD = c Rg0r fI1 c M Cn e 00 b Na 0O 0 D D CI ice r 2 ei oOut Q trt QE x p t Q C J Orf 0 CD 1 QQ 0p q= I= D 3- I iJo iJn 111 0eIe t M = C n lrteI 1 O= S srn G D 1T1esp d Qlar50 gOf kft it Cj t inlCrs rr inFJAL Ff 1- rL 1 11 1 J c rc J =HERE AND T ERE i Unclett Sam s l has resfjiUj distributed dyer a billion ami a httiifof tush There should jjjpip itronlle in getting bitt3 next spring Thero is a circuit judge in Wisconsin called Pruit and the puragraphor take liberties with his uamo wheuevfir renders an important decision jj- While tho papers are publishing the poems TVC ought to know iho poets a orgatRCblock The Democrats reallycluim to h A more than a fighting jphanco to ca Now York If Teddy should losq his somothingdoing popularSt oCtbowccrywcekThey Panama Plums and eating them has become a fad Secretary of State Hill has issued his oflicial instructions to County Clerks as to the makeup of the ballot at the coming November election The Democratic party comes first the Re publican second the Prohibitionist third and the Populist fourth Paducah cheers whetcSunday taws No cigars no groceries and drug stores may o till prescriptions thats all This is brought about the theicsayinr the Sundayjaws Dr Briggs pastor of the Methodist Church at Padncah III a fight with T 4 J Garr an iiunkecper with whom the preachers fuHiilywerc boarding stab is bed Garr inflicting serious wounds Dr Briggs understood that Garr had I whipped his child v r Possmn hunting begins this mouth be and continues throughout the I nil and hesIt1 Ji ithe sylvan districts the hills urn echo ing tho midnight call of tho possum tauter and the yelp of the dog rnuniug y Jkwith his nose clqso to this hot trail loss jit There la u Rood story going the roa to the effect that ou the recentt taut 01 hQ Kentucky press il5sociatioult- o thereNorth a Northom editor asked V advtheHlUarJlodre Sarto Loais Laurfrom of Central ReV ord Ho answered that lie Ihmt th- tr FourthI riuld wocelebrateund that old i t I Fire killed eighteen seriously injured and uptliaugr tlIlessLIc tti meutablc or numerous than this Wiir Our navy passuthwjth toss dmage than this througliy thc nKteut nu Spaiati f I Aunt Carno Nation tho cyclone Nobogi PCIiE aior and igallic d forth with a bible in j oil c hand and hatchet in the other to drive the ruin demon into itloxico She appeared in Austin Tex tho other da A and entering a saloon began to spit inquiredkF iinan1 which she gave in a manner cat1 culated edjhef a I a i i tic effort to escape froii this ancient hamdaa Instead he throw her out on the strict The police ordered her to r leave Austin and she deemed tit expo lien to heed their order Asa torn p raticc missionary jsbo w n howling fel farce m Kansas and a dismal failure ini Texas Raymond Guzet tCw1 t- f i MEN DIE LIKE FLIES t f diJWlTJMSe 01 ahTHOUSAND lit Washington Oct 28 Advices reao oeived by the Hwnae hospital service woi it tshriwtkefearful ravages of cholera iniilug the old world sl- 1Seveatyfive 4 thousand oaees have 00Ij onrredMa the Philipptee islands since WS Marsh with a a ortelfty of 75 per coot t Ohiaa show the alarmi g vaCMf tke disease Iyptovl places kiy a tlw tfared from the difleaae since J laJld ji1 i Aii gaeh Sri WFr Deafly 34009 Jfakiifciee eofttrrsd iav 1LPvPt Wtwwu Jmly li aad AvgtMtl elitj Y 9 YItYy t NOTffl WOMANr SUFFRAGIST mrs NoWVodc t2 Ejzlie h Cady Sfunf the woman sutfri ist died to day at her homo in YVe5t Ninety fourth stree iu this city Old age she was 87 MW given as the cause of death She w scMscionS almost lathe last About a week ago Mrs Stantoa began to fail raprdly This became mora noticeable last week and then it was known to thel efnmilv that her death tuns only a goes lieu of days or hours The children with bits Blanton when she died were MM IU P Lawrence Yorkrolienry aad Robert L Stanton of h aYork lawyers Theo Stanton Pu and G Smith Stanton n real cst broker at Warden Cliffs CYULTON WOMANt I Ij jj SHOOTS AT A BUU LAR WHO LEAVES A TRAIL pF BLOOD I Fulton Kyf Oct 2aBurglrsrs tII dnI Long on Commftrrjttl street S0Long trainIfwas alone at house her I l1rIi dispatcherbciuK ot riisi Shoo wnu awakened by a tio43t Jf6door Shor arose and secured her revolver wont the door and askud who rues rho Failing to rfcieivo an answer she can tionsly opened the door and tired man escaped over tho roar fence 11113II was traced for several blocks I I thTNrt m T Distinguished scnher it would be a tactful adrau nmtago to the Deuloc o of Representatives For iin llabotisnto icthsablast Senator is quoted us joriIhave theHousn10 t Hove the Domocrate of this conutryTufiu want to constitute yearlittlitwahl wt l il i rnU falloff WiUi the two branthe of Uo grrss of opposite political faith the Govtrnuicpt vcfill be seriously emb- reseed ar Ttnjre is nothing to ga u by a condition of this kind It would not any ndyautage to tty oaa Es tnkjidcnf Oleveiaudj on file of J hand f hiniia tha Dam icrats she I miko uvijry effort to win With t oltju4t m viuic fie jj tid Jtt 1 Yo uaul bimtdfinyd sal at to iiadorsiaud by whas prpcess of reusouing the nation has Ianaclfooti1 tlrrttaddiniportance nttacie4 tu a DetiroLrntSc asceadaucy iii tho next Hoa o ot Repj i i j cs but ovon that it i fight ulLugoou3 to party prwpoofsiii l ptt1ilotJufooritVliov I totee i rcja as Qontiflgoa an I if the suits btU l forum worth hivin jit I C etfortgatttustat alt Urc J UonShtut vigilanuo and uarel itiubylrnrfuro sro utwentiiit W victory At nuts are captured ly first driving iuJoutfJas J Ir itch rXpr+ ta wiset v cw tltveiado c t Out ttfiJcaths Jan j IrhldiwpsrldrsUudltlffotst that tvcartDr Khil S I w UfoTills srtrpd 1Yltft wild Imdth R Bent I UfCIlI e Cutsdrugt iUjji j siQUNG lADY ftriDUt7 I I I LLLOher I t Marion K Uct9t1 terrible trng I occurred 4n the Chapel Hill iioigh boyhood this jj county last night A MiSVilJimuson daughtl1r of IIol1cotjt Villiiunsonaprominont fttfmor vns JJ- Jf I shot and instantly killed by an known person whiloshn W nsretn from church accompanied Byt y ijI irThet n ds along the road Twp niters wore fired both striking the yoang wet Onp tore away the lower part of the face and the other lodged in file shoul Tho barrel of the shotgun tf lie thin live feet of the girl when the were fired Miss Williamson instantlybeSome time ago Brown and Allio had a quarrel regarding the yc man and Brown shot Sisco tco him badly It is thought thac pus some friend of Sisco seeking geance killed the young woman tho vidently inteaded to kill Brown Bloodhounds will be put on the iriur derer i track at once Great excitement pceT T 1s The murdered girl was aboat eighteeni of e and iiitill weighborhood l Brown claims to have rftcoguizwl the assassin Th father ot YOR g Sisco has strreekri and fl ere is great tlaugor of lynohiHg r f V Lil S i 1 r I 1 j l j j f I via the Cotton fromS Lois Thebes MemphisIntlj 21stFor oneway tickets 200dj f r ticketsnonoLouisiana fare plus 200 to pointsI Iin Missouri ij Texas Oklahoma and Indian TerritoriesI1 1Write for particulars and townII l mo IlIu andjM ADAMI Traveling Passenger Agent Cairo 111 W ta BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo IE y 1 E ECTIOtFORC STs lJIhoI eouKreasional elections b nest TtiCBdny Nov 9th Jurill theg 1iejbriKlitcrt and RI1CclS a Democratic iorI would not be astonishing 1 s Chnirman1lltrIRepublican bf a Ireduced majority Ho adds Intnrc e Statps there will be a llAvolc loot Demoe tic Congressional1 Com mitt e snys I b true the next Huubu w ill lw Democratic bII good ma This campaign up to date isvcry much like the campaign of 1890 when Democrats carried tho Houe 1 by 160 nmjority Tariff reform Mil the HunI sis it is now and that tip iu which both parties complained ittten that the Chairman of both parties be levee up to tho oleciioii that they I been peoplei in the i tJI then found thltt tho people were very dce l j A I Yal7her tii n lfiojtis1 tbotC atsLife In Foril r elkugannoMade lif it bnrdou 1 couldnt out sleep Mud toll aluiowl too worn fMJllwork when 1 began to trse EftmB WQGffIt lt ilirsthing havo gained in strength tunlwitioy surd resrk Thy ittLohetdth and utw life to trcrdt aiatrJy t1liTiyioiljCpwjrill 14c Uowgills drug httwe r f I HOYAL VlSlOi CMfrJf i fps 1 UahiPgton Oct 20 Wpl sea fl nry rorhin vljntaot gcnWil- arnir who arrived in New Y1 y aunt Iurcll HUlU ona 1 t5 uftcr lv get his trunks t7lm I usit loii r i ilf Jjetr k rid that Kjt Edward w Pirte and Prince or udLI f UIIErpoettienI whli t hId1 io Ht Louis m 1304 1riueo henry ot Pcuswjrt ti11j ff I itRf1r i 1 t rlpAHi SURDIf t ff- MH firs Abbio Corman l nji n d aofUHf m VJljil Ly Jackal due inch of loing 3 feet tosii h itusi Mrrlilteorge rmAnTossaU1iJjo Journal I ItMr JO Rood brings one to the Cou I I tier 4M tech long and 10iaclJ 9 circnmference It was grown 1JMrgl I cinunuiier 4 j DEMOCRATSi ENTHUSIASTIC Tbo bediodand now claim to electedSwinunfflimitslndew Yorkwitaa plurality or plentyveomoney said orinup State v +HOME JATROXAUE I dont ask r excoptupontrack etc and gwalltP rounlon5 ds I ImakQIItyour support askiY AbeenLEcures f stiofdentiles i L jLJ ii i- 1i h o j fa w j i orEEY Reeves thoII Days 1mheI luiporseeInc Lamp 2 Lemonade t LumpiiPitcher 15u tQlaill Dishes chtllper thml prices above Iulnnlso agent for the celebrated Bucks Ranges and Cook Stoves millssIpw tIle most impor tiftit thing in lrIiithe teaaf cerrVlwl 1 djr il1 lll f 1s JJ= 11tsi r l rpij kco th1est on gill lutl1 and let jin show you dI bekcpnvincod fi1 his iis noL wma but facts 1 ho tiuief it iis also the cheapest as Vt1Lthe tote bests Jk viilsir further thkt 1 will s+ ll atallpocOs curried in my stork youIII 0C11PcIpC1t11Ati f hoy wcro stet sold before What I say I do I d do PURLIN I1LOCK fIK41 f ICYbuIIls lttRmoYnn ill fnal Ui erf lfuk of etiftrsy headiielo ftml1 Qtrr cifprrssiou 1 Tlieaao HI 1e1 fol1owoo by ti ioleltt JirIl1PtnulltJ h fcr extrelUl nfn118J laiou known ti a jlarH litrbtnn ICCl r s it Take it bBfore tho disraso Krt I a rail licit Ihnufrh it will urk u cure iJancbllitftourjrclyciiTK Tlior+ is uotlunx itittier for luna chUb and fryer hytdaclo larserra1 t hrfl iis iioJiln as goodj 50e at L 1L A H KllfMou rv J rA N Cts S1 L R K SOHISIJULE 11 LIi1VE 715113 No 3 Loaves m pntPttlm u u i5 Entitle s 700 a in icesACRIVL Nos4 1 tnIn ivcs 720a mIinKog4llrilva 840 p tnII j101 RATES TO CALIFORNIA i I AND THE NORTH WEST i UAILROADII VIA MOBILE S OHIO Ono way second class colonist settlers tickets will be void daily d September unit October to points intCalifornia and the West and North west AskM O Agonls for par ticulars Ni T Stricken With PRrnljsls 1 fltudtrnou Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and coinusplotely lost tho use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent pity tsicinn for quite a while without relief wife recommended Chamber oins ain Balm and after using two bules of it he is almost entirely cnrcdGEO 11CIOSeLA Man Logan conary yw Several other very remar cable of partial paralysis have been ef fected by tho use of this liniment It hovererG aad as a bruises Sold by Cowgill tit C- owgiiIiiii ill d NOMINEESI I 1 i JamesSeeitThird RheaFourthFifth District Swogar Sberlex Sixth DistnctD Linn Goocl TrimbleEighth KehurTenthFOR APPELLATE COURT JPIHIE First District Thos J Kumi SottlQFifthSixth District Tho II Pay n tor A Typical Sonih African Store O R Larson of Uay Villa Sunday U stotypicalbo purchased anything from the stnism abotweutyut nearesttownwith the rolrutors radiuRorwhomIremdiesa Ithouseholdis almost oat of the question Within one mile of my store the population is thoSpastyCowgillIIS THEI CLIMATE CHANGING During several very hot summers re coolly passed the= was a theory not frequently ventilated says Johu Gihner Speed that the climate in Amori clue had radically changed and that hereafter very hot summers wqpM fol1 low each other with ct break There was no escape The general use tricity was doing tho business doOelectricity was doing it or why I recall hearing but that was the ficicut explanation I venture the ormud ion that not otto in ten of the men women who talked this nonsense hadt moro than the faintest idea of w eat electricity is but they were cocks of tho soundness ot the theory summer of Hi02 has knocked all ecm pf integrity out of tbexnubu ories aud loft us wonderii whether thorn trey was suei weatucr batore Probably there has bcou nut possiblyl not I do not pretend tJ know and I am not old enough to remember the of that famous 1810 when thererigs frest m every mouth in tho year osloug enough to ojxperionca5uoh u sum user hud to hear my good neighbors Olliutiribnlu angrytitity net suspect that ithe climate has net changed but is always changing swinging like a pitmluluiij luck and forth not however with the sauna Kimplo regularity liar fu some rcucntritt fashion which as yet do not ciuKrvtutid Thwo remarks dot nnfiuciin Unit IAclimate and tho eotuprahensuinaof mm Kot at u1 I bib vo that after tliMe things hsvo Icen under trained olkrrltlioatsaffiaielitl long tunp the pTfBaat inystoriUa will he cleared away mal that we will uudrwtnnd ranch bet try Lan now many of the things hut ns I boMcvu it possible that we tuty eat only bo aMw to icll what the rrow will truly but that to joiio du u coihwire iu the country the wucrcru in town ant tho cof n iDiit oliscrvcr arp fwtty nrarlf pn upur AT REST On tUc bright JUMhiur marutlpg of ofEVill heftlairsWHS daughter Of Mr Thgmae Hallow ng d 16 t I H sna23da- rilis leaves a falh r mothtr several oflfrIondSSlip i rofc35cd faith in Christ and jciuc lstlEOTlioso dear oycs were closed and her hartOLs folded for riot near Eva w 3 sink fpr two short weeks ot tyliho- iferercd pneumonia Wo grieve notj for her tar sho is now resting in titC of Jesus Wo do not grieve for her being with God it is that we d o herl3mlIiug linopginrt moats and all is peace and happiness Slip was just entering into womanhood couldnub be caaria11 be answered lie has called her away from sin The large concourse that attended her 1mains to the cemetery her family and many others deeply mourn for her but let us uotallis well with her Time wilfnot efface her memory from backFromAnd would ask thod lead left her Hero to cheer is with her love Even with our love to guide her rightWouldheave With a soul so pure and bright ci jthepee ai her rde di Nx fc r fjt t k j is t LIVERY STABLEI OPPOSITE II R DEPOT l J H POLLOCK Prop First cliiss turnouts surreyscarriages politenessPttrouAgo O E EAEEB i SrGenecat GtQ eec Powell Block Clinton S edJJ HaYing 0 UonJtirint purchased the Grocery Stack v 3 j 11hue00111Budm GARUTHEtSBA- KERY AND 1 CONFECTluNERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AflC- ONFECTIOtJIERiES r jj tuurpsinpurchu tCAOt mcKMAN Kt rijcKr- ToJonhone NUmbar KJ CashO t Book Store wPinSplcu jid Selfiction of NEW BOOKS STATDNERYTho t NOTIONS 11Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date 1M ny BEttEaDFS fo 1 e UNI NUITY North found iuNo1 Ko 12 Leaves tax I duya inured liTO p 111 loath Hound lpdail 4rNr15iiQrntCMGIiEPARD JiO MBSAUL s I romI1r ArrfL AuYaa9lw1gnL 4- nonit liT Letrcier +mve crJ eI eo f lfl1III XOKMAII ViVX iadsl brcnkilowis tho new AJempliLs Itlrlhll g Nows Jms overcome ilp obntuclcs nUll is rnow issuing a ilrat clasi ndwffpapun ltu local news covers Menipbw and tlcnL in all the Mcm = Shiasection i superbThe allpearSVedueedaydthe doily und veckly 2 ca i t Don t Forget That we have a full line of GHIIil MEDICINES and COUGH C U R EH Oi JJ vUL Ooivyill DRUGGISTS r Ii- CJ The excitement incident traveliog alit lrIntsdixrrkoepj ould leave home without a bottle ofChamberlains Colic Cholera End Diarrhpea Remedy Troy sale by CowrillCowgill A r