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CHAS. M. MKAOHAM.
OB8OIiriI0I 13 A TEAS IS ADVAXOS
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M "TUiaDAY, DEOEMBEK 0, 1802.
Ward J. Byron West.
" ., M. C. Forbes.
" .Dr. A. E. JJontly.
" MM. Flnek.
" -....W. J. Withers.
Election Doc. 10, 1892, In oil of Iho
iron words. Votitig under tho old
n toco low, as tho present
ion docs not apply to cltioa until
1'urgo tho ponsion list.
Just 88 moro doys of Harrison.
Goo. B. McClollon, sou of "Liltlo
Mac," Las just boon choson Prosldont
pf tho Boord of Aldorrnon of iow
Chattanooga, Tonn., ouo of tho fow
remaining Konublicnu spots on our
map, waa shaken up by an oarthquako
Harrison was tho hind man in Texas.
Clenoland got 239,148, Woavor
99,638, Harrison 77,175, with G.1S1
Cleveland's majority in Wisconsin
is 7,44-1 whilo Gor. Fock runs 4(X)
Totos ahoad of tho National ticket
and has a plurality of 7,811.
Tho Railroad Commission has
tho 3,006 miles of railroads in
tho State at 52,310,038, nn incroaso of
12,267,297 over last yerr.
Noit Saturday's oloction will bo tho
last opportunity offered to Detnocrota
to mako nu open rocord on tho poll
books. Uemcraber thin, Democrats,
md think long and earnestly boforo
yu scratch your tickot.
Congress assembled yosterday and
Xarrison's farewell message will bo
ssnt in to-day. It will bo short, if Ben-
jamlu writes with a wiso pen. jiLiko
tho boy who was run over by the calf,
ho is not expected to indulgo in any
It is said tho most remarkablo shot
rocorded in tho aunals gf sport was
mado by Sir Francis Chantrey in England,
Nov. 20, 1829. Ho killed two
woodcocks on tho wing at ouo shot.
That was boforo our Grovbr took to
hunting ducks, with a special correspondent
to norate his exploits.
SonatortTHale, of Maine, and Dubois,
of Idaho, Republicans both
tho next senate to tho Domocrats.
Senator Halo favosa the ;aouHgoof the
House bill admitting New Mexico by
tbo present Sonato, which would giro
tho Democrats two now Senators next
fall. Arizona and Utah aro also euro
to como in during the next two years.
TheHendorson Gleaner is already
discussing tho polilicinl probabilities
for 1895 and starts with this: "It
to look liko tho noxt Kentucky
gubernatorial race is shaping itself
now. Tho following aro tho candidates
already in tho Hold:
I. Wat Hardin.
Casstus M. CJay, Jr.
' John B. Castloraan.
Some Close Legislators,
Tho official figures iu Kansas mako
tho Legislature stand on joint ballot
Populists 83, Bepublicons 79, Democrats
4. This gives, tho Domocrats
the balouco of powor, but thero aro
several contests and tho Republicans
Lavo it in their powor to turn out two
or threo Populists in tho Houso, but
the I'opulist Governor announces that
bo will refuse to recognize a House
organized by tho Hopublicans "by
fraud." Thoro may bo two Lower
California scorns to be safe for tho
Democrats, so far as a Senator is
Of 120 mombors tho
09, tho Republicans 52, the
Populists 7, of whom 5 were endorsed
by tho Democrats and are oxpocted to
TCte with tho Democrats. Thero is
a Independent aud ono non-partisan
Tho Democrats must havo two of tho
tiiuu doubtful votes, whilo tho Republicans
must have all of them.
Each houso of tho Legislature of
Oklahoma Torritory is a tio politically.
Tho official figures gavo tho Democrats
o majority of threo in Wyoming,
but tho Republican canvassing board
throw out a Democratic product in
Carbou county on a technical orror
similar to errors overlooked Iu Republican
couutioH and counted Iu fivo
Republicans who wero dofcatod by
Domocrats. In this way thoy hopo to
steal tho Legislature, but tho Democrats
will not submit to such frauds,
as they havo tho Gororuor uml ono
branch of tho Legislature,
In Moutarm tho Democrats havo 36,
tho Republicans 32 and the Populists
on joint ballot, but tho Republicans
aro still tryiug to count out two
Democrats. They aro not likoly to
'aucceod, as tho Democrats havo had
enough of that sort of business iu
Tho long dolsy Iu canvassing tho
returns iu California is ovor and tho
Stato's electoral vote will go for
cisco glros au averago plurality of
6,693 for tho Democratic ticket, while
tho Statu outside of Sou Francisco
glvos a .Republican plurality of 0,122,
Tula loaves a Democratic plurality of
217, HlauotoshJiras that 162.000
majority iu Toxas,but it Is ouough to
M , in
PHYSICIAN Ann BUROTON.
JAY GOULD DEAD.
Tho I 'chest Man In America DIoiLIko
All tho nt.
Jr.r Gould, tho great railroad king,
died Dec 2, of consumption at his
man on In Now York city. Holoauw
a fortune estimated at $100,000,000,
Jay Gould was born on a farm iu
Now York, May 27, 1830. Ho was a
poor boy and at 11 years old loft homo
with only 50 cents iu his pocket.
Ho worked his way up stop by step
and died tho richest man Iu America,
though only 56 years of ago.
Ho leaves four sons, two of them
married. Goorgo is31, Edwin is 27
and Harold nnd Frank are not yol of
age. fie IcavestnodauijIiters.Misses
Hoi"ii and Hannah Gould. Mrs,
Gouli died about four years ngo.
To The Democratic Committee of
Sin': It afforded me lery great
plcaiuro to receho tho cordial, unexpected
aud unsolicited support of
tho Domocracy of tho city iu
mo for tho position of City
of Hopkinsvillo. Allow me,
Sirs, 1 xpress to you, and tho many
genor J fnonda who supported mo,
my puound aud sincere appreciation
of tl honor conforred upon me.
hopoloss a fight against odds
may avo been, yet tho fatts are that
tho t vpoyiug people hoto at least
Indii ted who thoy dostro to servo
thon aud for thi3 I feol certaiuly a
deep onse of gratitude. But, owing
to idt business interests, that need
my e nstant aud perianal attention, I
declinatogo into a scramble tint
hownrr it might teruiiuato in the
end, v.utiul result to my iujaiv.
Theioforal horoby louder my declination
' ho a candidate for nlocliou to
tho oJieo of City Attorney on Satu
dny int. Agnin thnnkiug you, and
thos who wero my ardcul Mippor'.ers,
and laying for tho ultiniato success
of thi remainder of your tickot, I am
Yours Most Truly,
W. It. II01TEI.U
Mr Brent Altsholer, proprietor of
tho .jouiowlln Sunday Star, nu
noui" s that tho Star will, ou Sunday,
18, issue a mammoth
sikjc 1 edition of sixtwu pigs. It
will im printed on Hiipurior book pa
per, nd profusely illustrated It will
coutriii fiuo photo uiigrawugs of h
nuin ei of tho most beautiful society
woniu of Kontucjiy, and thoro will
bo mnuv other attractive features The
Stat appears to bo in n very prosperous
Tli Dejiocrath of Friukfort fell
out among thumielviH and tint result
is the Republicans slipped in between
thovarnng factions b'atunlny and
olnct h1 firu of tho nine coitucilmen
aud fill thereforo gerrymander tho
city iu unit themselves whan tho new
charter goes into effect noxt yoar.
Tho Rpubhenus in HopkinsYillo
hopo to work tho somo game horo
noxt Saturday, but tho Democrats aro
well i ganiod, harmonious, alert and
doterniined to win, and they will win
iu anno of all tho corrupt bchemes
that n.tiy Iw reorlel to by desperate
and unscrupulous Republicans.
The Century for Docomber falls into
tho current of tho Christmas feeling
w ih a number of features. First
of all, it has a beautiful aud appio
print social covor. Iu ndditiou to
this the ronro flo full-page engrav
ings c ' pioturos by American artists
on re! ;'Oiis themes, betidoi u
of n beautiful ''Madonna nnd
Chdi by one
of ti choicest of tho Fron-li ar
tists, jda leader lu Iho tendency to
ruvirs thu Christlnn Hentiiiinut In art.
The Vmericaii artists thus coutrib
utiup aio Simmons, Du Mond,. Thay-
or, X "w Macombur, mid Hlashhald,
therf rKsentativo of tho last being
hl.i b ion iiicturo of 189, "Ringing
tho C nstraas Bella." Thoro aro
p otns and stories rollectlng tho
Cliriii mas feeling, and moro or loss
reluti to tho holiday. Theso include
'My Cousin Founy,".by Thoui
as N Isun Pago; "Their ChiUtmas
McjI ,'jr," by Florence Watlors
i IdlBcusslons of'.'Tha Effect
of S tiitillo Study upon Itellgious
BoIioik," by H. S. Williams; mid of
"Tim Jroblem of Poverty," by Washington
Gladden, aud subjects relating
to child life, such nu "Some
House Evils," by Lillian W.
BetU; "Tho I'rovontlon of Blindness
in Tnl by Swau M. Burnrtt, aud
a tor es of pooms about children on
tltl.xi Somo Moro Boys, by Jamo-i
Whit- .mb Riloy, with Illustration
by K" inble
lu"Tupicsof thoTimo" tho mooting
of Congriw.H U editorially t ttkon nolo
of by three artlclosi ouo, on "Tho
First Duty of Congress," In whluh
tho ropo J ot the SiWur Law of 1890
is urgontly advocatod: another, on
"Iinro jiatIon Problems)" and u third
on "Uovernmi'nt Archltccluro In
Ame 'a " Mr. W. J, Ifendersou,
critic of "Tho New York
Timor " contributes au Opening
" Persons Doihlng to Cultivate
a Taut i In Music." Altogether tho
numl ir'ls one of groat varloty,
ft, and epoclnl Interest.
Thri Oontary aunouncoa that lu Jan
uorv u'imbor will bo a humorous
akeuit by Mark Twain, In his most
a, &?; " r0
red by the Leading Phyilckru,
Ha Waives Exmlnllon and is Hurried
Off to Henderson.
Ofllcora Crotous aud Dnis who
went to Sinking Fork Thursday ore-'
ning to ntrost D. B. Wllos and his
sou, William, for tho murderof Walter
B. Woaer, failed to got tho older
Wiles. The son, a
youug follow who probably had nothing
to do wlththo killing, was brought
In and put in Jail, where he now Is,
in default 6f a WOO bond I). 11
Wiles spent that night at lion. II. 11.
Clark's, roar Belleview, nnd -Mr.
Clark raroo to town the next day and
arranged for his surrender, as ho
claimed to lw nfroid of n mob. Mr.
Clark oin ploy (xl Mr. C II. Ilnili as
his attorney and late that night (tin
officers met Wiles at Mr Bush's houso
and ho surrendered and romaiued in
jsil that night, waiving examination.
Tho next day ho was token to
and wilt remalu in jnil there
until tho grand jury meets.
Wiles confesses that ho killed
Weaver, but his attorney is not ready
yet to lay down the lino of defense.
It will bo that tho shots were fired
Injils own defense, while Weaver was
trying to rido oer him.
Public sontimonl is greatly against
Wiles. It is claimed that ho stood In
ambush and deliberately shot Weaker
from Jiis horse, that his ictiindied
clutching his riding snitch in his
hand, probably Ignorant of wliBl
lilt him. Ho was unarmed and
entirely unprepared for troublo with
his armed enemy. Great indignation
prevails over tho bloody deed
and tko people would not hositnlo to
lynch Wiles if ho could lw gotlen
hold of Ho was right in wanting to
get out of tho county as noon ns
poftsiblo. Tn the light of tho evidence
now nt hand, Wilos is a brutal assassin
who desonos the severest penalty
of tho law.
CINCINNATI'S NEW PAPER
It Will Be Called The Tribune, Will
Sell for Two Ccnti.and Speak for
Tho now morning paper for Cincin
noli in a cerlsiuity Ono of tho
strongest companies (Sier organized
iu Ciucinnati forfiny puroso is -back
of it. Tho list of n'ockholde comprises
nearly omj hundred of the
letdiug busiiies iiiim of that city.
Tho rap:t'd is 5211,011. Its directors
me, Arclinr Bwna, I'rosidunt;
Stephen H Wilder, rroasuror; Albert
Lawson, Socrotnry ; Jnms N. Gamble,
Aaron A. Ferris, J. HookHr,
Alexander Oiruer, Alliert
Tho Trib ttto is to bi th
ntmtufth'i new pjpr) will o.vup
one of the haudsoiiint buildings In
tho city, on Main Stroet, directly op
posite t ha lloi& Co. of
New York, aro wondng ou the
finest equipment for it over er
d'irtsi from Cincinnati. Thu Trihului
will bo entirely fre from senxatioiml
ism of every kiud, and it is tho intention
to make it tho best aud the most
popular papor iu the Ohio Val'oy. It
will Iw independent Republican In
politics, arid will sell fortwt cants.
Albert Lanou, lat witlttlioSi Louis
Republic, willi bo TiiM Tribnuo's
managing editor, uml Cliurlm II
Sooll, h'te nilli the Onciigo Herald,
will be its biiHiuuss mauager. The
Tribuuo will mako its sppeuruuee
about tho holidays. Tho owners purpose
giving special utteutiou to tho
industrinl and commorcial iutorests of
jtho South, iu which Iho merchants of
Cincinnati hove a deep inloroi', uot
withstanding tho coutrnry touoot
somo Cincinnati journals. .The pric.t
of The Tribuuo bjr mail will Iw 50
cents por month or fti.OU por joar.
" SIOO Reward ilOO.
The readers of this ' jinjior will bo
pleased to learu that thero is one
dreaded discaso that scieucu has boon
able tocuro In all it&st'ugos, and that
is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia
tho only positive euro .known to tho
mwucai iruiernity. unarm Doing a
constitutional diseaso, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hull's Catarrh
Cum is taken internally, uctiug di
rectly upon tuo uioou anu mucous
surfaces of the system, theroby
fouuuation of ihn iiisHSH,
uud giving the patient Ntrengih ly
buililiug up theoouHtilutiou itud ns-
sistiur; nature iu doing itn work. Tin-
pronnotors lmu so much faith in iU
curative powerrt, that they offer Ouo
Hundred Dollars fur any cuso thut it
fuils to cure. Send for List of testi
F. J Cueset & Co , Toledo, O.
3!rSold by Druggists, 7&e.
Cbotow, Ki, Nov. 29th, 1882.
Died Nov. 26th, 1892, Miss Iloloo
Wll)n,of ulmonary consumption, at
the home of her half-brother, Mr.
John II Mrers. Tho lemalus wero
shipped to Blooniington, III., where
xho had innde her homo with her
Mrs. J. E. Burk. Tho deceased
was u lliuighlor of Mr. J. F, Wilson,
formerly ot your city, but now of New
Orleans, Lu, Shu was a inombor of
thu Baptist Church. 4 Sho had just
finish! her education and was iu tho
first (lush and bloom of youthful
beauty, with Jifo spread out before liar
liko un unolotidod paradise, with
irlorv itoiuliuK aloff to the star that
'glitters upju tho tempb, bidding the
young aspirant to soelTafter aud iow
it, Just thoro tho dark shadow of
consumption tjegau.by alow but euro
hlops to lend Lor to iho graro All
that is moital of fiolon Wilson sloops
to-day 'ueath tho sod under the
of angels. For maiiyyoars,
while (he simws of winter aud thu
Uoweis of bummer eop their
irgiU oor her gravo, her mem
pry will live In Iho hearts of her rola
llvos aud friends, while she will live
lu glory throughout eternity,
Joe P, Clark, of Bowling Groen,
Ky., spent Monday with his fathor,
Esq. J, M. Clark.
bndTf b cent bolUos loir sam )) Ulako
unlay. This is tlm third lot ho IftA
shipped thin fall.
Miss Luln Clntk) who lias bcoti
to her bed for eorjral weoks
from typhoidfi'Vor, l now nblo to bo
W. B. Woodruff It nllfiinllo. It's
an 8lb. voter
Thos. Lauler, Sr. has bought (ho
,H, E,, Nl.ou,(arin from Jas, Smith.
THE NATIONAL QUANOE
Impressions of the People tifNcw
The National Grauge met lu its
2(!th iiniiiial Mssiou at Concord, N.
II., Nov. 16th, and was In session teu
days. There was a very largo attend
auce, 1,500 to 2,000 delogates and
visitors. Thirty-four Stotos entitled
to representatloii, and nearly all'of
them rejireseuted. 1 litis bringing together
representative men and women
from ovory part of this groat country.
Concord is a beatltitul littlo cily of
20,000 inhabitants and was taxed lu
its full capacity to care for so many
Graugors at once. But well and truly
did they fulfill erory requisite of the
No eoplo oer rtconoil amoreeir
dial aud hospitable welcome than Mtk
accordetl tho National Grauge and
Grange visitors by of the
old Grauite Stato,
Tho first day of tho setsiou wbm, as
usual, taken up with preliminary exorcises,
report from committee ou
cnxlniitials mid general reports from
officers. Tho Secretary's aud Treasurer's
rexrtH showed tho order in a
inofl prosperous condition. Tho Treasurer's
report shows in receipts for thu
yoar ovor $23,000, uud with Invested
funds, a balance of more than f 74,000
This favorable financial Btutusuf the
order Las givon tho Grange a solidity
aud primacy uoer attained by auy
other farmors' organization. It has
como to stay, aud tho farmors all over
tho country should take notice and
govern themselves accordingly. On
tho second day a grand public reception
was held. Speeches of welcome
wero mado by tho Governor, Mayor ol
the eitVi Master of Iho State Grange,
one of the U. S. Senators nndo'liers,
Biid were roHpoudcd to by
from different H..ctinu
of the conn rj pi, o
o'.er, Ihn sxlili 1!
down to work from Stiit
Masters uud from tin r gular MhmI
ing Hpx)illtsl Uy the X
tiounl MnMer Olllll ueekn ilnfori' Mu
misiling of h prewnl Tli.
Lri'lurei'ri r'H)il, nhiili gn shis p
ing tairuiiiilH ol llnti'ou lilioti of lli
fHrmeiit uud thed'sjIiiiiMif fniln
the murignir. s iu mirtnl Stnli
etc., etc , o'ieit n long mid
Tire Slnte Mulers
that no such stute ot nffitip.
oiintod iu their States Rut fler th
heatisl diKi'iisyion wn over and io'
wasreH. lied, the ii,Hirt wn left
bi h small morn, as I
think, because many in thought
It disrourliimi to htrike out un of hi
olIicKi'rt reMUl tlntti un
ihirstsj I he ri'nii'iiiiii 111 it The
Worthy Mailer's addreisi uiu con
serta'ivu uud n-ii-.il)'.', but not radicsl
onoilgh to suit n few extremist.
Another mstler nt length
was "1lii Lund Iximii Schi'inr," nr, .
expnKKed iu lli" iniueritt rpoil ol it
of the txetulne inmmiite.
"A MnitgHU'e linuking
similar to lliw nal'onal baukiug s
torn. After ery thurough m,
it was deciiletl, by a largo majority,
not to eudorso any hucIi experiment,
fnuighl, us it unquestionably is, with
so tunny x.sMbilitiiw of evil 'I he
order kus iiju'ii nsked tp endorse
woman tiliffrag", tint wisely declined,
referring the matter to tho several
States, where it bulnngs
Tho Swimi method d "fnit t ve
and Referendum" was presentwl nnd
referred tn the State aud subordinate
granges for consideration.
The subjiivt of "Gool Roads," mi
iniwrlnnt to ttie fnrmer, was dis
cussed. The pluu to build publii
Mvls in the Slatis by goierumn it aid
a'ld niaim.'onient as not emlorseil,
lililiy (if us taking the ground th'll
t iXuS shouhl I mi lnviivl mid eolltHiit'l
ouly for siiptort of th goviiriiiiini
ocono nicully a liiiiulsterexl.
As to ua'ioiisl him ties, (ho (Mineral
Impression msiiiiyI to no tlintl'uii
greHs, being the oulf ImiiiK
authoiity to colli money aud regulate
its value, should furnish a sound
, which might bo of
gold, sib or and psiwr, but all inu.t
bo of oqual legal (euder und paying
value aud in miilkiuut quantity for
tho "abuudaut supply of the businos
neods of tho people." In such n II
nancial ayelom gold und silver msr
and should be used on espial terms
A syideui ol uurlug ami loiu
ations was iiiro
Hliuilur 1 1 those uow priivnleiil
In towus, but modified 10 suit fnriuiug
Many other nubjecia of uioro or less
impoituiico wore brought to
of tho body aud had such con-
aidcratiou as the limited time ollonud.
Cousldurublo time was lousutned iu
coufenlug the higher degrees of tho
order, over 1,300 persons rocuiviug iu
ample form the degrea of "Ceres," the
uevuuth aud highest of the order.
Itecoptioiid, bailquots uud excursions
waited iiK)iioiir ucceptnnce, but
only u limllixl niiiulwr could ba en
joywl for wunt of Ifuiii. Two excursions,
one to the White
Nfuiliitsius snd DIM lo thu great cult
tou mills of Munuhnsier, were
appreciated and eujoyts
No doubt most of the ttoulhru
mombors curried with thorn to this
Now England mooting sotni of the
pld time prejudices agdiuat "Yauk.
cos," but thusa wore all wlpod out by
the kindly and warm reception wo
mot at Iho bands of theso cultivated,
'Wo wero soon mado to feol that.
nr IU u It
one anart of fresh tweet cream, adding
tho same flag, in tlm Mttuo grand
cotlbtry, actuated by similar patrlotld
motlres nnd subject to a common des
lu eloslrg this ery Imperfect
skolcli of a groat uiis'tlng of Iho only
perfect farmern' organization Hint ever
liisl long enougli In have a hislnrv,
I lcg to r ill lluattniii,Hi of Kentucky
Grangerc to our Sta'e Grauge nnt
lug to bi held nt Lou!vltle
J D PtAsttv
After the adjournment of I he In'
term of Iho Christian Coi.rl of Com
mon Pleas Saturday the Hopkinnvilln
bar held 11 meeting and the following
resolutions were adopted:
The newly promulgaleil
constilutiou of Kentucky has nlmlish
ed Iho Christian Court of Common
Pleas, created bv special oct of the
Legislature, and over which Hon.
Jno. W. Mcl'horson has presided Mneo
its creation, ond
Whereas We, the nirmbers of Iho
bar of Hopkinsvillo. who have practiced
iu tho said court, desiro to express
our high appreciation of the
dignified, courteous nnd tillable man
ner In which tho said John W. Mc
Pherson has discharged I he duties of
judge of paid court, tnd of Iho pleas
nut relations that hnve Imsmi main-tallied
lxtneen I he bench, whil.i
by him and the hir prictifimr,
lieforo him,; thorefore, be it
liisohfd, lt. That Hon. Juo. W.
McPheroon, by his course as judgoof
tho Christian Court of Common Ploi.,
has signalized his ability, learning
and research as n lawyer, his fearlessness
and impartiality as a judge and
his courtesy aud kiudness ns a Christian
gentleman, and haswon for himself
the regard and gratitude of his
people by the expeditions discharco
of the business or his court anil the
economy of his adiniiiinlrntinu. The
judicial ermiao was worthily worn by
him and ho lays it asido without a
stain or blemish thereon. The records
of his court will stand forever as a
monument to his conscientious deo
tiou to duty aud the wisdom and zca
with which his duty was dono.
2nd. That these resolutions bo
spread on the minutos of the court
nnd lie published in the city r opers.
Ancient 3Innnmriit Hint Ar still In
tloml Mittenf lrrirvtliii.
Tliouands of years there were
any dwellings on the sites since occupied
by JoruviUui, Koma and Athens,
at the very d.uvu of human history,
when nil the ret of ilu world was still
wrapp.st In the thiclc .'loom of prehis
toric UtrUirisin. 11 vusl town of huirn
buildings roto not fur from the present
city, on the other side of the Nile, which
was dotted Ith the IhuiLs of tho an
cient Inhabitants. A forest of venerable
date trees casts Its sli id jits uiwn
the soil, beneath which He burled
the builders of this city of a world gone
by, of wulcu nothing rcmilns but the
vast cemeteries, their position rairked
by an nrenuo of monmneuts. 'tho
famous pyramids of (iizli, oppaslte
Cairo, 011 U16 borders of the desert,
form thu lait of thtsj necropill.
Kvery one is familiar with tlws
of these strange pyrumlds,
tlicso luiife parndotcs of strictly geometrical
form, so vast and so lofty that
It mu not until ntt r titty eight
turtodof ilurulopufut that the human
race succcedud in cri'i'tinir 11 building of
greater height, whilst tho loftiest
nuclc of the mint uspirln uothlo belfry,
hmvevor lUhtnml airy It be, did
not soar IiI.'Ikt than the point of
thu pyramtd of Cheops before It
was blunted by time. Nothing could
Ih) more vonfuslng to thu eye than
the general nppcuranco of theso
heaps of In nhteh no
artistia conception plays tltu sllghest
part Tho etlecU of perspective In
these lines of mathematical regularity
are most bizarre hugo bare triangles,
the outlines shortened or lengthened,
marked out like a diagram by tho aun
Into flat bands of light uud shade, the
reflections In the sand of the four
mighty ungles varying according to tho
tune of day. The sloping sides, which
at n distance appear absolutely plain,
are, when approached more nearly, dis
covered to bu broken up Into a sorlos ot
projecting stones, like a huge staircase
wornwltli age. It Is somewhat
to judgo nt first sUht of the size of
tho pyramid, and the best way Is to
measure the height by climbing It! It
Is at a corner where the stages, which
seem to have been made for a race of
giants, uru dlvldddlnto smillcr steps,
either for the sake of mortals of lesser
stature or by the action of time, that
the ascent of the great pyramid of
Cheops Is made We start, pushed from,
behind by ono Arab guide, nnd dragged
from above by iinuther, with our eyei
fully occupied Ith ths dan Mrs o' tho
climb. C.inpktey exit nut tl, altogether
out of breath, uud with knees
too stiff to m ive, f psute ut Inst,
iu If we I1.1l Kcikil all three pyramids
nt once. Hut looking round, wa
Uml wo aro souirdly one-third of the
distance, up, und see our fellow-climbers
looking ll'ro seatlure 1 nuts upon tho
huge triangular miss. It Is not until
the plutform at the top Is reached, and
the lungs ure tilled with the pure air ol
the heights, Unit any real Idea Is
of the monument of Ohcopt.
And whut docs tlits huge cdlHce contain?
Wo must go down again to And
Tho entrance, which was walled up,
la at a considerable height from the
ground, und looks like the porch of u
uuvu cut In the living rock A dark,
gloomydooUltig door apuis on to a law,
narrow passage, with floor, walls and
tulllntrnll lined with granltj, polished
till It U like leu. Au Arab guldo, with
ncapdlelii his lined, hoists you on to
his shoulders uml p'unges with you into
the slippery corrld ir, which descends
ripldly to a kola In th 1 rook on a lovul
with t ie soil, goln; up ugaln at tho
fame nnele This opening gives access
to u bare room, .In which is a square
hole, once tho resting piuceot tho mummy
of onu the Pharaohs. Tha nit of
tho Interior consist of two or three
I'cf Lcifs, Pimples
i ccioion, juuI nil other
rollovo and euro
doblllty, and that
Has Cured Others t I
after all othor treatment bad teilod.
In overy cup of joy there oro eoliio
dfegs of blttKMios, did Granny Jllatr,
of New Hampshire, who Used to bo In
thnSounlp, Is oho of tho llopubllcan
Congressmen elect from IiIb Iittlo2xl
I 4t JTi AJFa
Both tho method nnd result when
Byrup of Figs is taken; it Is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fovcrs aud cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to tho taato nnd acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
iU action nnd truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to nil nnd havo mado it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for ealo In EOo
aud $1 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any rcllablo druggist who
may not havo it on hand will procure
it promptly for any ono who
wihes to try It Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
sam nAKatco. cm.
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mini iiimriillloiit Ur IMC Till ft LU
niililt mill lie I'oiiVp n rrr.ll 1 ivU'n i.ll
i iIliisk lllBUK l'i miniusi. u,;ntlir.
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narrow pssagos, resemounir cavities
made In oak timber by tho teredo, with
two other chambers slmll.tr to that
lenonn as the 1(1 tig's all faced with
granite, without a molding or ornament
of nnr kind; airless Inclosurcs,
wluro no chink udmlUa ray of llifht ori
kunxhlnei hujo ma.vcsof conipict lime-1
sf.ii ivranl In i.tln ,i1,Tit nn.l .tlnnita I
.. . t ,. i, . . . ... ...Ilrlitf dl.t .
nuiu m uio niroiiKU m iliumtlll lo umiai,, ,1,1,,, ,nu , i-up
which Cheons cauird mountains of! ' in 'l fw
stone t. beremorcd by whole nations
of people, who perished at their task
beneath thu w hips of the convict guards.
HISTORY OF HYPNOTISM.
Itfl Oltitur Origin In tiiU anil IU !ro
ffre I'p lu Date.
How largely lluroprun thought has
turned toivards thu subject of hypnotism
Is shown by the facts that there are
two schools and halt a dozen societies
devoted exclusively to Its ntudy, s
kclcntlflc Journal published ninthly In
rnrls upoa Iw proirrcss, and nt least
fifty pioinlneiit phalctans and Helen-lists
who aro msldnjr It a i'clal Held
of Inrtstlifatlon. Since 1885
books hare iwen written upon It, so
that hypnotism can bo truly said to
havo quite n (foully literature of Its
own. A America has caught tho contusion
of rccii r. h. It Is more ihnn
th n 'it ilecadi will mi tht
rltfiircsincntliiiiel urely Increased by
Aiuurlei'i newspapers and
'Unit (Kiiplc ..nnd bi put Into a
tram or iirllllc til sleep h is been known
forcenturlcs. In thu east its fir biiak
as .'(XI It. urildn. Iinro pra itlccil.tlic
wine tricks as ure lwln trie I by
the physicians t KurotM und America.
lioth Hindoo und Chinese writers ol
that referred to tlicko inrioiii
ptyi'hohulcul i pcrimonUlu very much
thu in inner us the dally papers dr
to Dr. Charcot ut the present time. According
to Dr. lljriistnrn, a leading
Hwcillih tihyslelau and authnr, thero U
a sect In 12ypt that has practiced
for forty centuries. And V) rup
the climax an cnthuslsHtlu Haw York
theoiiipliUt claims that tin deep sleep
Into which Ad un wis throivn nt the
tlmu of I2?c n creation wjh merely o
ixihu of uies neri alecp.
HypnnlUni nnda no reit Impru'.stau
uiwo the l!urpem mini until the
n( the uUhteenth n hen
in thu iirovlnco xl Duuiihlii , rraucc.
the entire population went crazy nn the
subject. At ouo tlm. not less than ten
thouuiu people of that dlatrlet I mat:
Ined that they were prophets illrcitly
Insptreil from Heaven r,'roiu that time
on there h is huon an uuluturrupU'dllue
of liypnotUcm and hypnolls 'd.umateut
anu proickstouui, (ruiiuiiiu sun
Only In the lattor pait of thu eighteenth
century was there ahy uttempl
made to explain thu phenomena from
a sclentlllu standpoint. Ilefore thai
llinu they were icfanlcd as the
of jf(M)il spirits or nf ilevlU
III 17)3. f'r esnuiplu, a famous c.vmonU
kiinnn us l'u ther Oiumcr rt:ililulic.l n
spliltuul sanlturluiu lu lUvcpsturu',
I liny "lleru ujinei. Jaek, mi nil.-,
1 wish you woii'd eome iloun mi I sl.iv
In the room," Auntie "Why? Jenny
"I'm afraid hn'sifnlnar to propose. Hint
I can't trust myself hu loUs so poor
nnd si haiiilMiniB." Dr ike's Muffazltte,
-The Wanlnif of the Honeymoon.
Hlia "It was right here that I acco'tod
you, John. Had you forirotton?'' lie
"My dear, there are some tlluirs I can
neither forget nor forglvr." IIIuclc und
"Yum," u!d the youuir student
thoushtfully, "when I t Interested in
subject I never stop until t .havo em?
rut liiu iu fcuu . wuiCit, . : i
nlara mnrbiis thoro is nothing txilter
IEjIE JMC O1 "VibXjI
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Wm One Bay Onljr?
SATURDAY, DEC. 1'f
- ?z Tire nazsz
Wo will move to tho
January l,JS93. But
will throw out to tho people some of tho Urea test
fered, for SATURDA Y
YouirliolfofSllirilnls. wortli $'J, a.fiO mid I. retnonl
Tnur clioktMil .ilea's nnd llojV Still' Huts, worth 1 nnd 1 nO.ror
Vour choice of 100 Men's Suit lints, woilli $'J i), a uud Il.ol), for
Brick Manuiaoturors anci Builders
iids Xiirlli Jliiliuiiil .1. np Avenue. Offl.eSIi.tli Street, roar of l'luulcr's IlauU
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known for IS years nsthoDEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
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72 I'sgn Cutnlogufi Sout Vieo l'rm
fur, Ciudriiii Siamtf, Auiiillf, u
Nit ten Uiok, uneil In liuoV.areplnf.
liurliera nf loin xiicrltnfc ami lii actual
at tlio liral ol eaciiiiiiriiut'UI,
llicniilyicliuilkimwnlnui lliattiatola men
aolleltlnjc an llnonlluirpuallluiis lor Im itnt'lii.
lac. U lis t c rccrnilr bougtil tlic .Vaihrllle
Cuiiimerttsll.ollrtfis and tiuw have onr of llio
brleiiulpKut ami ptlroulicil ttlioult 111 Ilia
South, t al mi m mulitiM
J F DnAUGHON, Prrst.
FOR 20 YEAR8
Huu led all Worm nomodlos.
EYcHT BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
tnni tl ltlllD".TttOS SID. tl) sT.tens.
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SHAVING 10 SHAMPOOING
25 HAIR CUTTING
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mjwwjvwtmj9KUwn'nvm4tu$f w w
Glass Corner, oviwsilo
boforo doing so, and in
km illif OliPIIV
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Contractor, Buildor and Dinrn
Virginia street, Hopkinsville, Ivuntucky.
tTiTft j j
GEORGE A. CLARE
Nono but tho lli:ST ARTISTS tiXl'LOYKI).
Leave your measure aud be
CONY1NCED of the rLltUTII.
Ij 105 MAIN
FALL & WIOTEE GOODS IN.
Miiinery at dead low
Mantfaoturer and importer ot
tho Bttnh ol
order to lighten uurstwl;.
bargains in Nats ever of
1 1 C
P...t DA t.
t. Depot. (
rit i,,i mii .t,t
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and tho moat,
foal . mnfMnnt Hint ni ...,i i..i
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anu nrtistlo ruaunor
BUUTUti, BWJjJUB desirable
Aflor 10 Toars1 oxnorlonco wa
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JVojie but tho best