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FIUDAYIqCTODEK 28, - 1802.
ItUBuilCDUI ASP IEIMI 10U1M,
UBSOWnlOS (2 A TEAK IS ADVABOE
fOTiSllt a?trtUemt fornUbwl on p
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' of Now Yprk.
For Vice President,
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
WM. T. ELLIS,
of Daviess county.
i 'or Circuit Judgo
. , of Trigg.
For Commonwealth's Attorney,
MATT S. MAJOR.
At largo W. It. Kinney.
At largoClaude M. Thomas.
First district Chas. K. Whooler.
Second district "War! Headloy.
Third district J. B. Richardson.
Fourth district W. T. Hayward
Filth district Juo. B. Baskin.
Sixth district Jno. T. Hodgo.
Seventh district J. A. Scott.
Eight district J. M. Eothwell.
Ninth district W. G. Dearing.
Tenth O. Lykins.
Elovcnth district N. B. Haya.
.. The Tariff Plank.
'Wo donouncd tho McKinley tariff
law enacted by tuo i if congress
as the culminating atrocity of
class legislation; wo donounco Republican
protection as a fraud, a
rohbory of tho great majority of tho
Amorican pooplo for the banoBt of tho
few, We doclaro it to bo i fundamental
principlo of tbo Democratic
parly that tho Fodoral
has no constitutional power to
emorce nuu couoci, turiu uuuw ujluuiji.
for the purposo of rovbnuo only, ana
demand that tho collection of such
taxes shall bo limited to the nocossitioa
of tho government, honestly and
nniViirtnllif tiMtnlniaTWjfirtn "
Boys, we vo got 'em on the run.
There's victory in tho air.
Tho Democratic ticket at tho hoad
of this pago is tho ballot for Democrats
Don't monkey with your ballots,
Democrats. You may looso your votes.
"Stamp under tho rooster's foot.
With wheat at 67 cents, tho fannors
are not finding much of the great
prosperity pictured by Republican
Gon. P. Watt Hardin will speak ' in
Calhoon to-day, instead of at Henderson
as previously, announced. Ho
will bo at Cadiz to-morrow.
Col. Richard A- Jones, of
formerly a member of tha Legislature
and at ono timo a Democratic
candidato for attorney goueral, died
Ellis is swooping everything before
liim in Hancock and McLoan, both of
which will give him good majorities.
Ellis will carry seven of tho eight
counties in tho district.
Lot ovory Democrat voto for every
enntjidalo on tho Democratic ticket,
ffitpmp in the small squaro under tho
game cock s feet, boo tbat tuo stamp
makes a nlain and distinct cross. A
' blur or a blot will dostroy tho ballot.
Cant. Ellis is fillintr a list of an-
It Dointmrmls In countv this
f week", but hia opponents aro finding it
convoniont to bo in other parts of tho
district. It is rumored that Tom Pot-tit
is boating tho bushes Iu the upper
lend of thin county.
A sugar trust has boon formed by
i sugar manufacturers. It Booms a
bunly of i $150,000,000, annually paid
i the treasury, la uot onough to
satisfy thorn, Wo mo gotting freo
witli n irlilla IllA
Qvernment protects and fostors this
If thero bo no oloction by tho Elect
oral Collngei tho Houso will promptly
iloct vClovoloud, but tho Republican
Idusto caunot oloct Reid, because
under the law both tho President and
Vico President cannot bocitizousof
tbesamo State, ro outaldors could
bo voted for, as the choice must bo
svmdo from tho throo candidates
have to bo cither Stovonson or Fiold.
But It will not como to that. Both
Cleveland and Stoveuson will bo
elected by tho Electoral College.
Judgo John P. Rea, ox-Commander-
Chiof of tho G, A, R , of
annouuees that ho will voto tun
locrntio ticket. It is said that
Judtro Rea'tt conversion from Repub
licanism was primarily brought about
by Mr. Clovelaud's pousion vetoos,
Spwikiug of tho matter to-night,
Judge Roa said that after exhaustive
roieiucu into tuo matter ho failed to
'ryHaJMcto that. raa not based
Mrs. Harrl ton Dead.
Mrs. Harrison died at 1:10 a. m.
last Tuesday. For tho second timo
In tho history of the Whilo House a
President's wifo has died within its
walls. Mrs. Harrison met death with
tho pallonco and resignation of a
Christian, and lior laet days
woro comparatively freo from pain.
For hours tho
dont had boon constantly at her bod
side watting tho end. Tho last night
was without special Incldont, but lato
and early, bo frequently that ho could
havo slopt but llttlo at all, tho
was In nud out of tho sick
chainbor and was nover away for
any length of timo.
MoHof the Imniodiato family was
present whon tho ond camo.
Tho funeral arrangements woro
complotod as follows: Religious services
woro hold at tho Whito Houso
Wodnosday morning, after which tho
romaius woro takou to Indianapolis,
where tho interment was made at
Crown Hill Ccmetory Thursday.
Mrs. Harrison was formorly Miss
Carrie Scott. Showasa daughter of
a Presbyterian preacher who still
lives. Sho was born Oct. 1, 1832, and
married to Benjamin Harrison Oct.
20, 1853. Her death rosultod from
la grippe, which developed into lung
trouble and finally destroyed her lifo.
This week closes with Democratic
prospects growing brighter and
brighter. Chicago has rolled up a
registered majority of 10,000 to 15,000
Democrats and Illinois is roally a
very doubtful etato. Now York is
confidently claimed by 15,000 to C0,
000 and Indiana, Now Jorsoy and
Connecticut all now appoar to bo entirely
safe Good reports continuo to
bo received in regard to tho situation
in tho Wost and Southwest. In half
a dozen States which havo heretofore
boon classod as Buroly Republican
tho Democrats and Populists aro
fused on the electoral tickets. In
Minnesota this fusion means a cortain
loss of four votes for Harrison. In
Michigan the decision of tho Supreme
Court confirming tho validity of tho
Miner law insures tho selection of not
loss than six Democratic olectors. Fusion
also prevails In Kansas, and between
tho Pooplo's party and Democrats,
thero is ovory reason to believe
that tho Presidential electors selected
by the farmers will bo successful. Nebraska
Democrats are working for
Weavor electors, and evon tho Chica
go Tribuno reluctantly concedes tlio
probability of Republican dofcat in
that State. Tho Harrison electors
aro confronted with a most certain do-
feat lu Wyoming, Colorado, North Da
koto, Novada and Idaho. Iu tho faco
of such a situation tho combinations
based on tho. results in Ohio and In
diana may bo upsot. This becomes
all tho moro probable when it Is un
dorstood that tho Democrats of Illi
nois, Iowa and Wisconsin are perfect
ly organized aud are making a most
magn.Uccut fight with mora than a
fair show of success. Illinois wont
Democratic two years ago by 35,000
majority, and Judge Altgeld, tho
Democratic candidate for Governor
la Illinois, will not fall far below
theso figures. Tbo National ticket in
Illinois bids fair to run almost ovon
with tho State ticket. Wisconsin
Democrats steadily maintain that
their majority of 30,000 in that State
at tho election two years ago will not
bo reduced, aud aro openly claim
ing the Badger State for Cleveland
and Sloveusod. From other sections
of tbo Wost highly encouraging re
ports aro pouring into the National
Democratic Committee, The apathy
that prevailed in tho early days of tbo
campaign has disappeared, and ovory
Domocrat is working with that en
thusiasm which is always inspired by
tho probability of success.
If you do not want to voto for any
ono man on your ticket, you must
stamp opposite tho name of vory man
for whom you do want to vote. If you
put tho scratch of a pencil on your
ballot to oraso n name, or for any
other purposo than to writo a namo in
ono of the blank spaces, you destroy
your ballot. The best plan is to take
your ballot straight and no mistake
can bo made.
C. C, Church, a prominent and
wealthy Republican leader of Par'
kersburg, W. Va.. has come out for
Clovelaudaud many other Republicans
of tho samo city, of less prominence,
aro oulapokon for tho Democratic
ticket this year.
What is uoodod now more than anything
else Is two or throo more
spirits-elevating editorials f rom"Marso
Ilonryii" trenchant poo. Why aro
thoy not forthcoming!
Democrats, havo instruction ballots
in tho hands of workers at tbo polls
and see that no Democratio voter en
ters tho ouclosura to voto uutil he
thoroughly uuderstauds lion to uso
tho ballot he will receive.
Tho supplemental registration feature
of the Indiana law, applying
principally to government employes
and drummers, has boon declared unconstitutional.
There now I
Money is talking In thundor tones
for Clovoland. A Chicago syndicate
is tryiug to find takers for $100,000
of Cleveland inonoy, but can't placo
It on even tonns.
Democrats don't try to scratch your
tickets, Stamp uudor tho rooster's
feet nud takoyour democracy straight
os an arrow from Cleveland to Matt
Stamp mi X under the rcostor's foot
and tho grand old Democratic bird
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Evory nation of tho oarth,anciontaud
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Inasmuch as tho general election is
noar at hand, and the November Call
fornian will reach the public eye ut
least a week iwfprp that event, tho
loading attraction U) many rca'doro
will be tbo discussion of tho Tariff'
Issue by II, II Mir
Donald, Jr., and Stepheu M. Wbltv,
on tho Republican nud Democratic
sides, respectively. Tho American
sovereign will road theso strong argu
roonts, mako up his own mind, and
voto as ho thinkc. Tho pen-and-ink
portraits ot tha distinguished writers
present excollont likenesses aDd fine
specimens of artistic work.
"Traffic In Whito Girls" needs no
apology to introduce it. A plain, outspoken.
but entirely respectablo statement
of facts tolls its own appalling
story. Since tho expose by Mr. Stead,
in London, no public exposure of this
oruel business b3 beoa moro
The efforts of lx, Crif
and the W. 0. T. U- to resuuo the
fallen are dwelt upon and
Mr. J. J. Peatfield's "Pre-Columbi-
aus of the Southwest" is an ablo one
on tha ethnology of tho auciont
Is twenty years old sad has a circulation
of 110,000 copies a week. It is
a combined story and family paper,
fully up to the timo In ovory particular,
and handsomely Illustrated.
Thero is a Fashion Department, and
ulso a Young People's Department,
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Whon evQovernur J. Proctor
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Duluth tho Houso of Rop
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carried away by Jus woudorful argument,
which or humor and biting
Batiro has now boon oquaM ii the
history of Coagros?,
Tho leading aticlo In Fetter's South
ern Magazine for November is ono
from tho pen of this gifted gentleman,
entitled "Personal Rocolloctioas of
Jeremiah Sullivan Black," moro famil
iarly known as CJer Black, tho distinguished
jurist andNcholar, whoso noblo ifo Is
dopictod with graphic forco, whllo Incidents
of his caroor, novor before
published, aro well and faithfully
drawn by Governor Kpolt whoso oloso
and intimate friendship, extending
over n period of twouty years, with
Mr. Black places him iu a position to
givo to tho world theso pleasing re
Tho publishers of tho excollont
magazine, which with each uumber
grows more In opular favor, are to
l;j congratulated In giving to tho
reading public an article of so much
value, In addition to tho splendid as
sort mont of literature contained Iu
tho pageu of this uumber.
Two of tho most distinguished stu
dents of tho Tariff and Froo Trade In,
England will contribute articles to
tho November number of Tbo Forum.
Sir Thomas II, Farrer, for mauy
yoira Secretary of tho English Board
of Trade, will writo on "Lnglish
Views of tho MoKlnley Tariff," showing
how it has affected English exports;
Lord Masliam, tho largest
tiio manufacture in Groat Britain
Tho Whllnoy County Advocate is
tho name of n bright llttlo weekly just
started at Williamsburg by Messrs,
Steolo Si Sullivan.
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OOHOOL ANQ CHURCH?
One thoiifiind American miwes arc
studying nrt In I'arK
The university ot Pennaylrnnla
eataulUlicJ a hospital far sick dog.
The number of new llaptlst
churches con&tllated In this country
dnrlncr 16!'I wns seven hundred ond
seven, nlmrt two a day for every day
oi the year.
. jlss Mnry Gwendolen Caldwell has
given piofi! money to tho Catholic
church than spy pfher wormiri npr
nvinr in , America, ana is rpv'c'vd S
special (foni incd.il from tho pope.
. Col. It. T. Auchmuty, tho founder
of the Tsew ork trade schools, hai
gathered htathtlcs to sliow that out of
tiS.tvr.yJO pld annually for mechanic
In the building trades of New. York
pity, lfM than 10,000,000 goes to men
ionj in. this country.
It (t that fjhjna ia one
inttuilonnry to ovary BW.OQQ inhabitants,
India one to ovrry C8S.000, and Japan
one to overy 70,000. Interior Africa has
probably one for every 1,000,000. while
Afghanistan, Persia, and the aborigine
of Central and South America are
cTn:l):v1' of tho Hartford Female
seminary am pUunluj pj establish, a,
Woman's college at Hartford, Ooqu.
'J'ho seminary will stand m sponaor tc
the luw cijllesfP (oiinded by ilin
U lloeohoi', of the colehrated
Jteecher family, U 183.3. Four hundred
nnd Ulty graduate attended the recent
alumnm reunion from the United
Bates, China, India and Canada.
Three of Oen. 8. Itoltvar lluckner"!
staffof confederate officers afterward!
blahnps of the Episcopal church,
iiecame Col. f.ullccr roselo b bishop ql
oullana, Papt, KloH o bo TjUhor
pf Texas, and (.'apt. Harrison to t)i
blahop of tt porthcrn diocese, Anqthei
member of this pclebratcd staff, Adjutant
and afterwards )rlg;Gen., Bheup,
s now rt I). ). PQlfd fpr his piety.
rrrTho Jlrown university fesolutioq
lot opening all Its degreos to women
Jias been (iipplementeil by another,
giving to women holding bachelors' do.
grees the opportunity to pursue all
conraea of Instruction Intended for
gmdunto student. Thirteen women
hare either passed their examination!
lor tho college year or begun prcpora'
f Ions for next year's course, exhibiting
rs Weler' Methodli.1 uhfit;"i. Wash'
(ngton, 11, 0,, urtierjofjk tjunday afterr
noon scrvlaes some time agonn tha
publio squaro fronting the church. Out
of thl effort to reach the masses hai
grown an organization of young people
and a contrlranoe known as '"Th!
Tho work, haiex'
tended to the "highways and hedges,"
flic alleys and the court. The cart It
fitted with pulpit, organ, singing
pookf, ptc., ajjij fa pijalicd from place to
Tlje American Bundaytschool un'oq
gives encouraging reports of Its wprV,
for the pa-it year. One thousand and
puty.four Himilriy.nlionU. with BD,00(
ttcholars havo been organlsedoln placet
ptherwUe destituted of religious ad
vantage, Aid was given to ovei
10,000 other achools beside 0,00(
lllblea and 0,000 TrstamenU wero given
or sold. The missionaries report over
6,000 conversion, and S10 churchei
havo been developed.
A llauhla llnel.
"One of the bloodiest duels ever
fought on American soil occurred near
tho western boundary ot Kansas," said
f.;apt. Joscpli itenncsjiny at the l.lndell.
'It yaa In the aprlng ol 1831, A wagon
trail) h'?l fartcd from St Joe for the
California gold fields. n he fraln was
p Wliq, lawift fellQW nmot MHUklrK
nnd a man named ficntonoyan4 hi
clghtoon.ycarKilit son, An alteroatlon
occurred between Bent'livy and I)nn
kirk, nnd the two agreed to drop bo
hind tho train and settle It at thirty
paces. The former was accompanied
by hU seit and the latter by a friend.
At the first lire Sentenev fell dead.
The on immediately challenged the
tlayor. Dunkirk suggested that thirty
pace was too far and young (leniency
asked him bow (Ire would da Dun
kirk accepted and they were both killed
PERSONAL AND LITERARY.
A number of autograph-manuscript
letters written by I.uther and
have been found In tho library
ot a small town In Saxony.
In a recent lecture before tho Janan
society Mr. Sliodlcl arllnncd that In ths
schools of Japan tho art of wrestling
produces tlio highest effects of culture.
The duke of Argyll Is now known
ns such In the Ilrltlsh houso of lords.
Heretofore this title was only that ot a
Scotch peer, and the head of the house
of Campbell was "Ilaron Bundrldgo" of
tho United Kingdom. Queen Viotorta
has now made tho dukedom of Argyll a
uuKcaom or tlio unltnl Kingdom.
Oen. John J. Terry of Portland, Me.,
Is one ot tho few surviving congressmen
of the anti-war period. He served
two terms at Washington prior to 1801.
He Is well-informed, gifted with an excellent
memory, and enjoy fine health,
and has a wonderful store of reminiscences
of the statesmen of that day
Coates Kinney, author of "Tho
Rain on the Hoof," which he wroto
after trying to get sleep In tho dormitory
of the Waynesvllle (0) academy,
where ha was a student at the time,
lives at Xenla, O. Uo studied law with
tha famous Tom Corwln and practiced
a little. Of late years he has lived In
The Philadelphia Ledger announces
the death of John I Ilendorson, who
had been employed on that paper as
compositor and proof-reader for fifty-two
years. It says: "Mr. Henderson
died full ot years and honors, no was
admired and rcspectod for hi literary
attainment as well as his faithfulness
to duty and genial manner."
Paul It. Du Challlu says that ho has
always loved the young people because
they aro the only reader of his books
ot travel who believe tho tale of adventure
told In them. He has many
friendship with small boy, and insists
on their calling him PauL Mr.
Du Challlu Is completing a norel of
life In the riving age, to be published
late this fall
His said that Hose Terry Cooko,
with all her ability aud recognition as
a writer, was not ablo to make much
moro than her pin money out of her
literary work. And Louisa M. Alcott's
fertile pen, too, was not able to earn
fnocgh money to pay the expenses of
her sister's last tllnc until the sweet-
hearted "lleth," beloved of all readers
of "Llttlo Women," had been dead a
score of year.
The Australian premier. Sir George
Richard Dlbba, who Is making a tour
through this country, 1 tho first native-born
Australian ralnlater to visit London.
While ho was there, the Queen
knighted htm. He Is about fifty-eight
years of age, and stands six feet four
Inches tall, and in spite of his wealth,
finds hi chief pleasure when at homo
p the p;e qf a turnlntfrlathe In tho
kpaaiou workshop ho 1ms had built at
his summer home near Bldney,
Palmer, of Illinois; Carlisle, of Kentucky;
Sherman, of Ohio; Allison, ot
Iowa; Hunton, of Virginia; Higgins, of
Delaware, and Felton, of California, appeared
In the senate last summer
dressod In gray. Their clothes were cut
from the same piece ot cloth. Perkins,
of Kansas, wore a rather conspicuous
light blue; vest, of Missouri, a cream.
colored costume, and Illackburn, of
jfenjucky, and .Quay, ot pcnni.ylyanU,
At Mvaatean b aeafca way
Tier IntaUact to prove,
Bba wrot tale tha ethar Stf,
'Tha Unlrera and Love."
Will "Where's your chaperon?"
Florence "O, I took pity on the poor
thing. I thought she was being
and gave her a day off. ".7
ijqn't lnve mo anymore. John,
Tho Idea nj getting home at this tlma
of night!" "Why, my dear, It's a great
deal earlier than I used to get homo
while I was courting you."
low It Starts. Mrs. Oadde "I
never listen to gossip." Mrs. Qulotto
"How do you hear all you tell?" Mrs;
Oadde "I don't I make It up as I go
ajpng." Detroit Froo Press.
('Mamma,r' said Jlabcl during r(
severe thunder storm, ''I fink ) Is.
dottln wcady to light his stars." "Why,
Darling?" "Causo He's scratching
matches no tho sky." N, V. Hun.
"Thero Is a good deal of wisdom In
that line ot Pope's, 'Man, know thyself.'"
"WumphI It Is often a great
deal more convenient to have the paying
telle know jioi,yN. Vt J'lesa.
tljohn, is that the poor creature thar
fell from the balloon and was so badly
crippled?" John1 'O rcat Ctosarl not that
U the man that teaches the
here to get up and sit down and
ria didn't have dollar or hi owe.
Bo be (truck lordly backer for least
But h didn't Bad it pleaelsr.
For tha millionaire was trmsln;
Aad rMueiUJ him to aeak a vrarmar ona.
A Fine Little Scheme, I'Dcar me,"
cfled H(tle May, as a big wava daalied
pver her ana mo got ner mouth run pr
ftU water, (This ynUr doe nqt ta,tq
rjlce. I am going to bring the
10Wr Hnwfl nex time una make 1
sweeter, Voting Peoploj
Account for It Jfr, Plgn;
(Impressively) "Hero I an account In
the panr of one more boy who went
Into tho river on Sunday and got
drowned." Tommy "I 'apect Ills folks
kept him so busy through the week
goln 'to school and rutiuln' errant that
he didn't have uo chance to learn to
wlm." Indianapolis Journal.
During the temporary absence of
Mr.'c ' cook, a woman, wa en;
fr'aired; to tnlte tier plftcp. r'ill0fn?
many things that needed her attention,
Mrs, O was kept busy where the
substitute was also at work. After
many admiring glances tho latter ox-elalmed:
"Well, Mis' C , you are
mart to work. Yon must bo a great
help to a hired glrll" Harper's Maga-sine,
Overheard at Coaej Itland,
tl Yesterday I wept out to catch ralq.
I saw a IioIp ii) the snnd that looked a
If then might be crabs In It- I felt
around In the water carefully, when all
at onco I was almost soared to death.
What da yot) think, grandma, 1 pulled
out of the watery" ald Johnny to hi
grandmother, who I very nervou.
"What wii It, Johtny?"
"A bloody human foot"
"Mercy on ul llorrlblel horrible! Du
the police know about It?"
"Why, no, grandma, It wa only my
rag foot A crab bit me on my little
too." Texas Sifting.
Colds and Coughs
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
and most effective
It should be In every
Unlet for Old feopte.
Science has demonstrated, as the deduction
from many hundred observations,
that old people should avoid high
altitudes and that abundant sunshine
Is their best medicine As to a sea voyage,
they gain or loso by It much like
olhors. it Is obvious that tho falling
vitality that Is, the Impaired vigor of
clrculnllon. assimilation and exertion
which charuetortzo advanced years
and tho spinal maladies most fre
quent at that timo of life, such
as rheumatism, Cardlaa disease,
gout and renal affections servo to
determine tho climatology problem,
and thus. In a word, modcruto warmth,
with fair equability, abundance ot sunshine,
with adequate shelter and level
walks, evidently meet tho most obvious
Indications called for by theso affections.
The unsultablltty ot tha mountain
climate to tho aged 1 due primarily
to tha cold, which depresses those
In whom the circulation Is fooble.
"These applo dumplings of yours,
Lobelia," said Mr. McSwnt with emphasis,
as ho turned tho half eaten one on
his plato over and inspected, tho other
side, "uro positively "
"Qo on, slrl" sold Mrs. McSwat with
biasing eye, bracing hersolf to meet It
"Aro positively tho best I over'
Hut sho had fainted. Chicago Tribune,
A Small ralntlnar.
Probably the imatlest phintlng ever
made was the work ot the wife ot a
Flemish at list. H depleted a mill with
the sull bent, tho miller mauntlng the
stain with a sack ot grain on hi back.
Upon the tcrraco where the mill stood
a cart and horse, and on tho road lead-Ing
to It several pcaants were diown.
Tho picture was beautifully finished
and every object was distinct, yet It
was so amazingly small that Iu surface
mi the story. ;oos, coiili be covered
with frln of corn. Chicago
Both tho method ond rejulta when
Sjrup of Flgg li taken; It is pleasant
and refreshing to tho tasto, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidney,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system
effectually, dispels colds, head-aches
and fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tlio
only remedy or its kind over produced,
pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt; n,
Its action nnd truly beneficial fa It
effects, prepared only fro'rn tbp mot
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend It
to all and havo mado it tho most
popular rcraody known.
Byrup of Figs is for nalo In 60o
and 81 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any rcliablo druggist who
may not havo it on hanu will procure
it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it lo not accept any
CfiLlfQRM FIQ mUP Q
...., Sill fBAHCISCO. Ctl.
tvyirilC flfi -- fop 0K, .(,
J T T T TV n r.1 ail b.H.,e vclib
!X I I J .IVL "" l"'" l'-"- " 11'
ab W nidi wnt ritl'.K.
" HOLI cr. VI Ml.
All I h,.. .,lWr.l', l.llfhlll
AND SO DOES
N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. St Louis.
JUDQE O. . POSTON.
HanaoDsnuaa, Kv,, Sept. 7, 'D2.
Mossra, DdBoisA Went UourSirHt
I havo Uhod the hloctroK)io
times, ono hour each day In the
past throo monthf,
I am EptiahYd that It s a valuable
remedy In norvous proalralion,
aud Insomnia, In all of which
dlsoasfH it haa proven Hatisfactory in
my case, I havo alxo kuowu aoveral
cases of rheiimatUiu to bo rolbvrd by
tho uso of Eleclropolae I purchased
ono last January At tho pieH'iil
timo I am as strouir aud healthy In nil
rospocla as I was Iwforx tho Rrlpp attacked
mu last wititur.
0, 8 Pqstoh
Tilt) (Irrat KnglUli llauiaily.
maiuiillv ruir. alt fnniia
affii'Tl WH XtL ..i, V . r . Neivou .. Wtakueiia. .
rw Tlma, lnii 'li'iicy ami all
(Vvl fiftV UJ mrtwi.ni I'U v ur
oafora an4 Altar
Itellahla ami llnnrtl Mcllcluc Lmiwn .tV
drugjl.t for f r uil' ltu.ilnMlliiul If. lie
orrui.MHtu wurililoaaineillillu In ile, ,,r ilm,
loacu hU ili'li'iniiai .ii . hi, l'i )il. lnCtr
ami trill ikmiiI hy rvluru inah I'llrv, una
iai.tagi, (li.U,l iIiivhiiI l Mill
oiiii, raiuiniinL lit pi.nn ttnt1 I i'intl"n, I
Till: WOOD (JIllUIK'AI. I'll..
131 ttilivaMainii(. IKtnill, Mlih
f(VA.illln lloiiklii.Tllli'iiiul timry urlicmk;
aa&aau:aaUUi.:i " ' ai'Ti iwn 'i
Increases trade, aside from the .'net that wo sell hotter clothing,
at lower prices than any Clothing Shop in town. There are several
other reasons why the MAMMOTH is tho best Clothing
houso in town. Our method of doing business: First, wo tell
the truth in our advertisements nid in our storo wc guarantco
every article we sell as represented and anything you buy of us
you can return if unsatisfactory and we will refund your money
and do it cheerfully too. Its our way of doing business. When
wo say a garment is all wool you can bet your last dollar that it
is just that way. We consider your interest before our own. Wc
arc hero to stay and oxpect our storo to bo a monument to straight
and honest dealing through all the years to come.
We can show you tho nobbiest lino of choviots in town. Single,
square and double-breasted sacks mado by tho Stein liloch
Company, wholesale Tailors, liest line of staple grays, blues and
worsted sacks and i rocks at lower prices than any other house.
Shoes, hats and furnishing goods.
s i M laaii ja
o3tes .iivi:c - ,x
.. - . .
Y arils Xorlli Main ami Jcstip Avcuuo.
k SHOE C j
Sixth Street, rear of Planter's Hank.
trade and in order
for least money. To
we quote a few atioles
Boots, Shoes anil Hats.
We are determined to build up a first-class
to do this, we must give the very best qualities
show you wearu sMiung lower tuan auyone,
ineverv dQnrimf'ntis ol
Dry (roods u ml A'ldUmS' i '
25 Novelty Suit, all n rlmdi . Ibis
portations, oirlv i.iirtwMi ,.U 10.U0 nuil 15.00,
now.?UlK. 7.lsiHO .ut !).
40-Inch all wo ' ri.M'tl.i ! !'
others will priv ' fur U to it 1
33-inch all o ' I Itur.cv,
50c, Our ;.
Royal EhkIMi Pi . f) pa; fit- fi r '.
Good Stuol Hair l'l'i 2 , ri for .V,
QpotJ co(toii filHl fombrli. Wic ai.il l.0O,
10-1 all wool whtt and rtnl lib nk..t ?2 75.
Good unbtoacliml Cuntoii Fhnn 1 1
Qood blcaohod Canton Plaunol 8'c.
Furs nud Vol vols will ootor into make-up ot
moat ovory Drees for fall nud wiotor. Our assortment
is the largest and our prloos tho lowost to bo
found in tbo city.
ust tlie same,
Tho World's Fair lino to
And all poluta Wost, Nortb, and
Piuoat and beat Pullman voatibuleu
Outlet Sleopora and Palaco chair cars
on nil branoho,
No change of cars,
For maps and all information ad'
Jaa, Barkc,0. P. A., Chicago, III.,
or W. O. Crush, Q. P. A
VREB TO ALL.
1'jffiie ol Plaats, Nl-land
fruit and Ornamntal
(or Fall rijBUng.alw
and Volitu will bf
nailed F;e to
M M arvcabcuwa AiUrta
NtNI t NIUNM, MliniriUI, KV.
72 PatfB Ctaloguo Sent Froo From
Cor, Ckirei uA Sisiatr, iuiiilte, Ttu.
Ma tl joolcuaeillaUok.kecjliig,
Teaobcra ot Ions expcrlenco arvl In atfiuil
to Pye, Dioken
- ,xo:LT BiEexaiK:
im 15 Fall
1(1 1 u nml
tst h... r, fid.
k anil colors,
0, IU 1 1 1 cu 7-Jo flU 'tli
other aak vou .v .ol uJ t'ini
a ' '. h ut o
rz, suit Ma
v ' .v. a
t tan AN' V HODY
Ovcfcoala nil wool and worth 51000 for 15.
liliuilf f i wiot tsiiitK, 31 to 12, woith
lor l.M)tiiiU 5.00.
uol MfaU f')r$b(jO.
Jeaiii I'ntita vvoith 51.75 for
Ca.Mir.iio 1'atitt, lOto IS,- lech naiat.
tun i otblui,' from 1.00 to 5.00 ior
Piim lin.v of Childrrn'H Shocn cheapo
and all Fir hi Clans Goods.
button heavy shoes, 8 to 11. worth $1.10
A lot of Ladio' button Shoo., fiuo Kid, worth
from $2.50 to 3 60 a pair, will clono at $1.00 apalr.
A lot of Stelcon llata just in and cheap.
Contractor, Builder and Dealer, in
. BUILDEES' MAT'ERUL,
Virginia si rent, Clopkinsvillc, Kentucky.
Mantfacturer and importer o
After yearn' oxnorionco fool
i ..... -10 .t ..... wo .
to us win uo executed in a Bkilllul and
Mono but the best
jt"iin. t M. WHITLOW Is our
and the most de
. confident .: .. that orders entiustod
Bollcltof for work.
UreeQBtrti,oii)Klta Court Ilotii,LoulaTlII,Kr,
roof. All Modern Improvomonta, In
all bol'a ond tolofjraph oflleo, Entlr
Hght. Electric cara pass tho door
sr jutis a.UU pKnilir,
W. S. MILLER,Jn.,
a . L 111
Corner Jaffuraoii, Center and
JJocontly rcnovatod from collar to
oludlnff Btoam boat, olovator,oloctrloo
houoo lighted with incandescont electric
ior hi parts oi mo city,
A. W. .TONES.
J. J. SULLIVAN. Clorke.
J. L. MARSHALL Ja
None but tho IIKST AUTI8TS liML'IOYEI).
Loavo your moasuro aud bo