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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - i -- 1 ft o v j 0 1 J - P IB 2 ECKIAH COUBIER r sdfe r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY - jTRpRC EiWARREN HIOKMAK ky oaM JMkaoa Street next door to Xty IlalU ST 11 a HICKMAN s COURIER i ISSj 5 A Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch - 5 BALE BILLS BILL-OEIE-A-ID- ENVELOPES L2TTEH HEAD S B i OEOROE WARREN Editor niCE OF SUBSCRIPTION tusa ypUMKNJ TOPICS made - Jtf TW The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky INVITATIOiN S ETC ETO XTf ESTABLISHED 1859 STATDBTJNTBHEI - HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 20 Â¬ VOL XXIJ N0 Oacstlon SITCT SXQia PAranypcsoI a j AdelaBk jE largo size are now xiuree pox began life as achildij - Dedication of tho Martyred Prosl- - - dents Statuo Hew Orleans The uso of snails as food is increasing In Mt WSAivgTON is ty whito witlr snow irom toptorbaio A nsn wltlf guilt eyebrows is caught oft the English coast tiie rnocnEDixcs Georgia will celebrate her second Arbor 7jfhixgton May 13 The second day ot 3ay next November Jn Dbsvers directory maker says the city the reunion of tH6 S6cicty ofthe Army of the Cumberland yestordaj-- was a perfect contains 6Q00Q people In 5 Ily tho Society of tho Army ofthe CanAr Jaiul AIIri se rPrelUoiStcieTe- lantl ami Ki Spclcor Jvelfer Tho rroccsslon t- - erJv5eJkWLi - r responding Secretary GcncraUlIcury M Cist Treasurer General J B Fullcrton oi strawberries Recording Secretary General John W Queen Victokias jubilee has been cele Steele and a Vice President from each brated with great pomp in Teheran the State represented m the society capital of Persia hong before 1130 oclock thft hour fixed Tiie Russian duty on Iron and steel and for the starting of the profession all was irun and bustle in the noighborhod- - oWhe Arling JlIiicJlv5Ja31JlaclureiiXrom ton Hotel and a largo number of spectators steel has been raised Axn now comes the report that Russia had arrived to secure some good positions the janditoifiriaare pliettingagainst Turkeys from which to view time fdnnaSon oftho parade As the for starting aparc possessions m H TuggiKfl homef Aaron Burr is among proached thq different bodies whichfwere to arrive and ne properiyf just- - purchased by a real to form the procession began destake positionon fjstato syndicate in New York ignated Jbr the various organizations The thousand topics of Mrs Cleve aids to the Grand Marshal of the day and lands photograph have alrcady beensold tlur societies-of the Garfield Guard of J he demand is about 200 a day Honor and tho Army of tho Cumberland riJxv Goulds purchases of Arkansas rendezvoused in front of the Arlington Units cover fulls ten thousand acres lo- - Hotel while tho G A It the government -- cafed in thrtfe different troops and the District militia formed on counties The Philadelphia Tress says the college the street m the immediate vicinity curriculum now consists of a liisn-h-iguidcandlL uUan riijcs GejlsrIlS 3ucsEisranirers m Kcn tncy atcgbingtonaK Bolivar Bctty and the Baby their campaign slogan i Tne5 beqlicstslcft Philadelphia by Stephen Girard arc now estimated to rep- Â¬ resent a money value of over Sip0J0O00 TjceKcLcH young man in Philadelphia society is August E JcssUp Ho i only twenty four and has an income of 70000 a Â¬ --Â¬ Russia is said tspend 200000000 annu r ally for her armament Detroit has more than 200 miles of elec tric wires underground It is proposed to put 80000000 Russian peasants back into serfdom A Hos is the4iameof a newly elected iuuiioetttt tlie poses at Tcru 111 RRhTn rfntii M wnrVnlns He gonefallyhas jimmy with him utVHenry GeorgcJLivcd in California bo was ah inspector of gas meters As Omaha grocer gives away an original poem with every cake of soap he sells Is New York a policeman clubbed a jroung man- lor performing on an accor y dion Loxdox has thirty seven thcafcrs twen ty seven music Balls and fifty eight con cert rooms An unknown quantity may be described as what you get when you buy a quart box Tf specimen of Washington spring weather The sky was cloudless the temperature de- Â¬ lightful and a light breeze tcmperel tho suns rays just enough to make an Ideal day for open air ceremonies At an early hour in thomorning small detachments or regular troops militia ana other organiza- Â¬ tions that wcro to participate In tho parade took possession of tho street Tho musio of brass bandswaAheariLinTtrxiuarlcr At noonftho executive departments were closed and added their quota totho throngs on the sidewalks At tho business meeting in the morning of tho society Colonel Ilenry Stonc of Boston was selected as tho orator and Colonel William McJfichael ot New York as alternate of tho next reunion ChicagV was4 selected as the place and Cbickamauga week in September 1S68 as thq time for holding tho next reunion The present officers of tho society wcro re-Â¬ elected for the coming ycar as follqws President General P II Sheridan Cor- Â¬ At ono oclock Generals Sherman Sheridan and Rosccrans and Governor Curtin arrived in a carriago just after the head of tho procession mado its appearance They Tere soon followed by President Cleveland escorted by General Anderson and Secretary and Mrs Fairchild Colonel and Mrs Lamont Postmaster General Vilas and Sec- retary Lamar Mrs Cleveland came accom panied by Mrs- - lolsom Miss Bayard and Miss Welsh just after bno oclock and took her scat beside the Presidents chair Ex Sccretary Windom and ex Attorney Gen Â¬ eral McVeagh of President Garfields Cabi- Â¬ net wcro among tho guests present At 110 oclock Marshal Wilson taking his place on the stand said Â¬ J Attention ladles and Rcntlcmcn The So cletv of the Amiyof tho Cumberland with these distinguished Kuests arc assembled liurc to day for the purpose of unvcillnc tho statue of that eminent statesman and soldier James A Gar lleld The exercises will be opened w ith prayer by Dr Clcsv In bis prayer tho clergyman referred in glowing lauguago to tho merits of tho illus- Â¬ trious statesman to whom tho statuo was erected The Marino Band surrounding the Â¬ trrrr -- ll g- -- -- monument struck up Hail to tho Chief and amid tho clapping of hands the American flag enveloping tho statue was dropped and the great bronze imago stood exposed to tho rays of the midday sun Thcro was a short lull in tbo proceedings while a battery of artillery fired a national alutc General Sheridan thea Introduced tho orator of tho day General J Warren Keifer who on the part of the monument committee delivered an address transfer-Â¬ ring the statuo to General Sheridan The statuo unveiled to day the orator said was not alone in honor of a citizen distinguished for good qualities of head and heart nor alone to a scholar eminent for his attainments nor alouo to a soldier renowned for his bravery and successful high command nor alono to a statesman and politician as wise and prudent as he was outspoken and bold nor yet alono to a Chief Magistrate who wielded the scepter of power in the interest of tho citizen but to ono who combined within himself ail these various characters and illustrated all these qualities in a single life This statuo was mainly a tribute from Garfields imme diate companions of tho Army of the Cumberland prompted by love born of camp bivouac and battle yet in a larsor sense it was the nations tribute to tho memory of a citizen educator soldier statesman and ruler After a brief description of the monu ment General Kcifcr sketched Garfields career as scholar teacher soldier states man and President from his boyhood to the day of Ins death and then in closinsr said MY COMUAncs He now muter with that hirger part of the Army of the Cumlcrlnod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing sovereigns who Were his contemporaries Tun New York Senate has passed a bill prohibiting thc use of- cca stoves in cars Thiblsa good tiiile to put such a law in force Is if GovEnxon Ames of Massachusetts lives in magnificent style It costs him fully K0000 a eur to iccop up his Xloston cstub- lisiimcnt The University of Pennsylvania lias de cided that fromthe opening of nest session nocigarettosmqking by tho students will - year Iy his ninety years Raiser Wilhelm has survived no fewer than seventy two reign- ho having paid the penalty of demotion to cause and country and fulllllrd Me earthly mission have passed on to join the Grand Army of the Republic teyond tho Kravc Wo are jll soon to bo there and master again as one re united host Comrades this splendid statue Is worthy of you who conceived it and it Is worthy of flic great sculptor who created it and it is also worthy of him whose life ami character is so imperfectly described by me and so grandly symbolized by the nrtiM I3n durina as this bronze statue may bo the ruthÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nijl lliii Srtifw Egg 4 VuinllnwMK wu v t 1 4 A California court has decided that when a man is taken ill at a hotel no extra charge can be made for serving his meals 4 in his room The longest continuousrailway run now made isaid tobo thatof tho new Sarato ga linntidf rout New York to Troy US miles without stop The Iuter Stato Commerce Commission has taken 700 pages of testimony relative to fEc operation of the long and short hail clause in tho South KjihoAXi Raptivatcs Raliforaia K6nrcJwccnly TCauaki is tho rapt way in which the Boston Tnuucrijtt addresses the Hawaiian Queen OVEof tho Albany N Y storekeepers is a young girl nftcenrjycars iold Slio manages the store withoAt assintancc and pursueSa growing business TnnTiaris exhibition of 1S69 will be post ponedtlll lSJO and will probably be jn account of nlackof co opcratioH by other countries MuJCiLnniDE Irish tenant in this country with Editor William OBrien is worth 200000 and lives in a palace which would rent inany city foilO000 a year Dcxtrrn has among her citizens Spring Winter Summer Ureczc Haincy Dewey Frost and Snow but clainjs that Mr Cy Cloghas2neveryisitedhe city yet THB glftsof the late Win DePauw In Mana gWsTfcianufadturcr toJthc Green castle Ind University whicli bears his name amount tovmorcthnn IojoujO STfPAUi hasa land svndfcatc which gjrRS1ffll1 ffvto now Tnnnnfnr tnriott In cating therc and they employ a salaried agent to travel and drum up business Thm payability tbaU Sunday ball play ing intllpoi yfll 4 stopped by action oi tho Lgismtubj has thrown a dairipcr en tho spirits of the amateur clubs in the Â¬ THE STATUE The statue as has been stated is the de sign of the sculptor J Q A Ward who also designed the equestrian statue of General Thomas in this city It is ten feet six inches in hight and represents Garfield facin the west in the act of delivering an address with his right hand resting on a column and a man Â¬ The poe of the uscript held in his left IVccum figure is easy and unconventional bent ideal figures at each corner of the triangular pedestal represent the student the typifying the warrior mid the statesman three epochs in General Garfields career Bronze tablets above the figures near a globe trumpet and eword and a laurel wreath in closing the scales of justice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ less vandal or iconoclast may demolish It or Time that destroyer of all things not fashioned by Omnipotence will crumble it to dust What the artist has done and what we mav do or say here to pcrpetuat1 his name or fame may pass away and be forgotten Hut the sun of his gloqr has risen full orled high in the firmament of eternal truth and justice there to shine on and on through the ages Socrates was condemned to dnnk the fatal cup of hemlock and thus give up his mortal body but his philosophy the poison could not kill it was immortal SoOar- field was uootatd to rail ny a latai nunei ami thus surrender his mortal bodv but his words and deeds dlil not die they belong to eternitv they too iirclnilEortal Our hero cared IllliC lor past cxarnpleTCOllUluriM wm tin neu illevcuinamorningsiaroi progress rciRn ing perpetually in the Urmament of our republic to set only when The eternal morning Pales in Its gloncs all the lights of Time So may we guided and controlled by this bright star of progress continue with the best light within us to perform towards our fellow men and our country the full mission of ths present life remembering that Xew occasions teach new duties Times make ancient good uncouth Thev must upward still and onward Who would keep abreast of Truth Lo before us gleam her camp tires We ourselves must pilgrims be Launch our Jlayflower andstcerboldly c Through the desperate winter sea Nor attempt tha Futures portal With the Pasts blood rused key At its conclusion General Sheridan in 1 Â¬ fowaryftMwiUimalIf -1 behalf of the society transferred the statue to the President in the following words Mn PiiKSiDEN r Tnis statue which has been unveiled in your presence to day was erected by the comrades of Ccneral Garfield belonging to the Array of tho Cumberland They recognized his merits as a soldier and they wished to pav some tcstimonj to that merit and his worth as a man I have the honor sir on behalf of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland to ak jou as the representative of the American peo ple to accept the statue from their hands as it was given to me Â¬ T upon the abaft are placed upou three side as v o follows Southwest face JAMES AtlARFIELD 1S3MSS1v Oa the southeast facer Major General U S Volunteers i--- J Member of Con rres Senator and President of theLnitJ States of America -- the ixecnirrioxs j The President who arose as General Sheridan began speaking then began his address accepting the statue as a gift to the nation rEixow Citizens In performance of the On the north face Erected by ilis Comrade o the Society of tho nuy 01 the ininMrimu May 12 liS7 struction The committee this mornins paid over to the sculptor Mr Ward 15048 in I full settlement of his claim rromptlr at 1130 oclock General Baird Chief Marshal of tho parade gavo the sig- Â¬ State nal for marching and the procession started Ik the list of letters advertised as re Â¬ A platoon of mounted policemen led tho maining unclaimed in the Perth Araboy way followed by GcncraT BaTrd and his postofflcc is one addressed to Italyoini aides who preceded a camogo In which at the meeting of the society at Chattanooga in 1881 aridnlncmembefs were appointed to select a design and superintend its con- A The erection of the statue was authorized Â¬ haly Tolopsiz AlcmakovuzMalyasgd oj-choruk A womax Mrs Louise Danrc4stha8bccn licensed as pilot of a Lake Champlain steamer Her examination conducted by U S Inspectors is said to have been most satisfactory Of tiie six miUiopAvomcnla lirazil only half a million can read or write And in the rcmoto districts if a man has occasion to leayc hoase ho locks up his house and puts his wife Fn a convent until horo turBs A cosTSACTOR engaged on tho grading at Langheis coko works at Fuirchance Pa ontse- - SojiUiwcst railroad is tho owner of aborso which possesses the re njofisUchfe xnarkaWf Cfvlrfaoirine Gould has taken to catingsnails He got his strange appetite whllo in Jfcw Mexico wemtmAvm --Thenars roasted inrtiio shell aularol saia 10 mans a puiuiauiu uisu It is denied in Washington that Secre tary LaparJ ckcltnatlon toT atteidtito din- Â¬ ner fivcjtbjj thePrcsldcnX to Queen Tvap iolani was on account of the latters color The Secretary it is said was ill 1HiLADELTHIA hftS double tho houses of New witbrIvs population vyCw York isf istljiguiahed for tho extremes of a is distinguished as the City of Homes Thk extensive wire nail workajiLQlivex Bros at Brooklyn N Y aro to bo remov-Â¬ ed to Pittsburgh ndsrfifcatly enlarged Natural gajo coarse is the mdiiccment The chaniptonhymcncal story of the seasea comes from Haley Tenn A roan Jat afjanjiptiofclauiSj Â¬ N Yk milUonakc3Md-aBps--rhiladelpni- MaVHlrtkanoftSmWhjnarriodgirl UrMiiwrOBhsgi aai procured ried the girls widowed mother Octet JCmOLAXls nauieis nronouueed tic the eipt accent about aA fekplM iTfidVcondsrrab- en the ea the fourth syllable c Princess LiliwkaUBi accents the third syllable of 4hen tirtd pi hcr a divorce and Anally mar Â¬ mrfrtrteii a l St ar bsWc em the I ixtk syllable aadput were seated Generals sjtchnan Sheridan and K6sccransjthrce- - of the four living commanders of thoArmy of the Potomac GeneralBueL thefrcmaining commander being nnablc to bo present The right of the procession moved up H street to Eighteenth street each organization-wheeling into lino as tho left of the preceding company passed From Eigh teenth street the procession proceeded to Pennsylvania avenue down which it marched to Third strpet whero the First division debouched and proceeded down Third street to Maryland and halted on that avenuo near the monument Tho Sec ond division continued on its jcourso and took position on First street at tho north of T the statue stand near the tatuo scats had xbcn JarrangedXor 1500 persons A number of these were occupied at least an hour before the procession arrived The grand stand was profusely draped with buntinrr andthCBneakorastaiiB iVasorna- inented byrgracefulaillns and potted plants while a tattered battle flag hung from its staff at githcr corneHA pair of comfortable arm chairs placed in tho cen- Â¬ ter of tho stand were reserved for the President and Mrs Cleveland Place wero also reserved for tho sculptor and other favored gucstsJIhclargacircleJurround- ingthc monument was kept cleared by tho policcvwhilo th sidewalkwsre crowded - s with spectators f Just before one oclock tho iiritcd guests began to arrive James and Harry Garfield were escorted to scats by General Muzzy while CoIoncTWiTSon performed a similar office for thoaged W W Corcoran Tho usual Thursday Cabinet Reeling was adjourned at aaceaejPhouBiricr to allow tho President and his iaviscrs to at- Â¬ tend the unveiling ceremonial Secretary Bayard and Attorney Goneitl Garland were among the early arrivals and were seated to the left of Mrs Cleveland The members of the Supreme Oburt of the United States camn in a hnd rntlnr - j AaVi w - uMitva Itr wu Buuaanau aaa were seatcu l Ul t sre OaJeft of Ifc speakers Judiciary members or ITT 0l C alms and e Commis- Dl Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ duty assigned to me on this occasion I hereby accept on behalf of the ocople of tho Cnited States this complete and beautiful statue Amid the interchange of fraternal greetings between the survivors of the Army of the Cum- berland and thir former foes upon the battlolield and while the Union Ueceral anil tne peoples President awaited burial the common grief of these magnanimous survivors and mourning citizens found expression in the deÂ¬ termination to erect this tribute to American greatness anil thus to day In Its symmetry andÂ¬ beauty it presents a sign of animosities forgot ten an emblem of a brotherhood redcemod and a token of a nation restored Monuments and statues multiply throughout tho land fittingly Illustrative of the love andÂ¬ affection of our grateful people and commemo rating brave and patriotic sacrifices la war fame in peaceful pursuits or honor in public station Hat from this day forth there shall stand at our seal of government this statue of a dis- Â¬ tinguished citizen who in his life and services combine nil the6e things and more which chal- Â¬ lenge admiration In American character loving tenderness in crcry domestic relation bravery on the field of battle fame and distinction in and halls xof legislation and the highest honor our dignity In the Chief Magistracy of the na Â¬ tion Tills stately effigy shall not fall to teach every beholder that the source of American greatness is confined to no condition nor dependent alone for its growth and development upon favorable surroundings The genius of our national life beckons to usefulness and honor to those in every sphere and offers the highest preferment to manly hopc3 and sturdy honest effort chast tcned and consecrated by patriotic hopes and aspirations As long as this statue stands lctit be proudly remembered that to every American citizen the way Is open to fame and station until nc Moving up from high to filghcr Itccomes on Fortunes crowning slope The pillar of a Peoples hope The center of a Worldssdesirc Nor can we forget that It also teaches ourpec ple a sad and distressing lesson and tho thoughtful citizen who views its fair propor- Â¬ tions cannot fall to recall tho tragedy of a death which brought griefnnd mourning to every household la tho land JJut while American citizenship stands nchust and affrighted that murder and assassination should lurk in tho midst of a free people and strike down the head of thclrgovemment a fearless search and the discovery of tho origin and hiding place of these liatcful and unnatural things should be followed by a solemn resolve to purge forever from our political methods and from the operation of our government tho perversions and misconcep1 tions which gave birth to passionate and bloody thoughts If from this hour our admiration for the bravery and robility of American manhood and our faith in tho possibilities and opportuni Â¬ ties of American citizenship be renewed if our appreciation of the blessings of a restored union and love of our government be strength Â¬ ened and if our watchfulness against the dangers of a mad chase after party spoils bo quick encd the dedication of this statue to the peo pie of the United States will not be in vain During tho delivery of his address the President was frequently interrupted by outbursts of applause Ho spoke fluently in a clear voice which was audiblo to most of tho vast crowd that tilled the circle be fqre the stand When-- he had concluded and tho band played Hail Columbia Rev F D Power who was pastor of Gen- Â¬ Â¬ nounced the benediction eral Garfields church in this city pro- Â¬ fnl 1 i- The troops were then dismissed and the ceremonies camo to an end Secretaries Endicott and Whitney came in during tho oration Mrs Vilas who was also delayed took the seat beside Mrs Cleveland which had been vacated by tho President when he stepped forward tobeginhis address Forest Fire In Michigan Marquette Mich May 13 A fearful forest fire is raging near Foster City A tire engine has gone to protect the Harmcr Lumber Companys mill and tho Ian a slighter ao niui fherLoatii r V c hersct rurt X Liif HTiinii v lHBccaoB vilaj gether In largo quantities and to prevent their settling upon tho bottom of Ukj reVloongaian Thou IllmscUln Front of a by the U S ceptacle It is necessary to introduce n Liitcst gentle current from below Several reÂ¬ Soriously AfTectod by tho Inter- Â¬ Locomotive to Keseue ills Uabe ami Is Hon William O Bradley Nomi- Â¬ rish Commission Crushed by the Wheel ceptacles wero mado for tho hatching of tOriglnaL state Oommorco Law Ciiicago May 15 Tho heroism of John ouly partially successful shad eggs nated for Governor As an economic question the culture results butwith finally device now most In orbanck in saving his infant child from and propagation of fish Is scarcely less im- favor was perfectedthe Orders for American Good Withdrawn on certain death nearly cost him his own life Together With the raising of cattle for meats Full Mivt Ticket Tho portant than The cut shows by Col- Â¬ Account of Freights Home Protests yesterday afternoon His and the production of cereals for bread onel Macdonald tho jars inventod JJutforin which arc recognized or tho Hauling Against the SuspoiMlou babe had toddled down to tho North stuffs Yet few poplo over stop to con among fish culturlsts as being the most Clausf western railroad track near his house sidor how tto fishjthey daily consume arc approved method of hatching and collect Fish fcilture anduUnbcenby it3 mothcri sat aown be The following ticket was nominated at propagatedsense or fisa in its most re-Â¬ ing fish One of tho jars is used for Washington-- May 10 The Department tween the tracks to play The whistlo the Republican Convention held in Loui3 strictive brcciing must hatching and tho other for collecting The sooner Or later b resorted to In all of State has received and transmitted to from an approaching switch engine ntr villo n few days ago jar consists essentially of a cylindrical ut- Â¬ coutfies for with the Inter State Commerce Commission for tracted the attention of tho father who For Governor Win O Bradley of Gar- most protection nature nnaldeJ tho do glass vessel with hemispherical bottom ran its information a letter from U S Consul wasjat work in tho yard and glanc rard County Lieutenant Governor Mat The top of the jar Is closed by a metalllo nnvt tJba Twitcholl at Klngstwa Cwi upon tho ing Up he was horrified to sec his child ODohcrty of Jefferson Couuty Attorney hut little to crUcJejpf natural demand for disc perforated with two five eighths inch food ho improve Â¬ holes one perfectly central which admits subject of the JiJifeStato commerce law sittiftr on the track calmly watch General John W Feland of Christian fish as an fiabjHtij In and its effects upon pur trade with Cana- Â¬ nKijo swift approach of the heavy ma Â¬ County Treasurer J R Purycar of Mc ment of to every ojje whothis country Is so the tube that introduces the water into tho has the slightest da The Consul says Canadas high chine After ail instant of muto terror Crackcn County Auditor It I Davis of familiar in Ujs iubftct it i unnecessary to jar and tho other equally distantirom tho interest Â¬ protective tariff in which tlfcro is no pros tho athcr rushed toward the track and CartecCounty Superintendent Public In- refer to it at ingtfc except to show that central hole and from thq edgo of tho Â¬ pect of reduction mado nio throwing himself directly in front of tho struction AV 1L Childcrs of Pnlaski the improvc cntliitho condition of ourlish plate Tho other tubo sorvos a double purhas pose first as an outlet for tho water and apprehensive from tho first of tho ougiie seized tho child In both hands and County Register of tho Land Office J T erics is chief and cner to remove tho dead egg3 which of cflect railroad ihjrMuits Httlo form safely to one sldo of Tinslcv afMnllenhnr Cnuntv tho increased uc PxoFMiniril tho second Rt3tJcriannJlJni Siv I louowing XSSPAi- 2aIed 5Sl n JJVJ io twi foTshaalrjFftSWqT- a- LB35Jr 4nria3i9-slHo haM ho timo to save hln on Imports from tho United StatclTTnwfcrhck rates aiio piauorm wnssaopwa ncnauiu younriisuiniHe THrarwTfftMAArt A managea jxiio inicresia mirusivu w 3 psnou 01 Uiucimijj uppruuuuus to this section of Canada Since the 4th of self tut was caught by one of the wheels t wMAAllArt Aff rtATronw iusnau ui April these rates are shown by freight and thrown prostrate across the rail His Resolved That a change is necessary In our slowing tha water irom tne natcning jar J bills hero paid tohave been increased from left bg was horribly mangled and it was State affairs which would curtail office rertneo tciass directly into tho sinks it is neces sary 0 conduct it through tho collecting twenty five to ono hundred per cent with afterward necessary to amputate it Ho expenses and enable the people of Kentucky to jars ivis i9 precisely similar to tho no clmnge on Canadian roads After wait- alsofcceived bad injuries about the hips overhaul ana examine their books which for hatching jai in construction Tho water ing thirtj- - days for effects I have mado and head Vorbanck is a young hard- nearly twenty years have been irtually scaled passes from tt- - hatching jar through tho a partial canvass of the importers of tho working man and has been married about against them That wc condemn tho Democratic party of rubber tubo into thxCCCcritricopcnlng of the city of Kingston with tho following thrc years this being his only child Kentucky for a useless waste of tho peoples receiving jar On thcioweccndof the cenresult Coal dealers aro preparing to money for bringing convict labor into competi tral tulio Is placed a vircu frame over bring with that of honest workingmen for recoal STIMULANTS BVERY WHERE tion Nova from Scotia which is drawn abaginadcccheap cotton tarding emigration nnd for crippling education for purposes whero tho Nova all the texture of which is fine cnagh to per- Â¬ 3 That wo ore heartily in favor of asking and Drink In New York so Scotia coal can bo used two factories Itut ot a Drop to to mit tho water to strain through tho t New lerey receiving Federal aid to our Common School the Growler Had which have always used American coal meshes being so fine however tht tho Ntv YoitK May 15 The Excise law was system havo put in their orders for Nova Scotia suction of the water will not hold tho That wo approve of and will support a larin enforced here to day in a rigid way un- coal In hardware and pressed tinware I young fry against it as would bo the ease so adjusted as to protect and deveop American in tho history of this city 11 wire screen was used find orders have been changed from Amer knou before also such State legislation as lho water is and had hot times industries and proved to be necessary for the 5 eiuTerlenci has allovod to pass out of this second receivican to Canadian houses on account of Restaurantsforeign hotels in exguests trying to development of tho material resources of the ing jar into the waste The young fish freight In groceries there is the samo with their GOS TKOJI THE rtSH TAKIXO if they bo shad or whitefish begin to swim complaint products of countries outsido plain why they could not have wine at Commonwealth with thesoothiog im That ofthe United States they now expect to get their meals off with Across cogniac and provementwc favor material aid to Internal and charge Ho is recognized by all nations as around in tho hatching jar drifting with the river m coffee to top of our lakes rivers and harbors the first fish culturlst in the world evi the current They pass into the exit tubo by way of liritish Columbia and Halifax Hobokcn and on top of the dlsnpprovo of the course of tho President of tho denced by the grand prize awarded to him and are carried over into the receiver in Tho unpleasant feature in connection with Jersey is ridge is a place that might bo likened to United States in refusing to sign a bill which by tho International Fisheries Exhibition which they may be collected to any num Â¬ 0 my canvass has been tho general expressed ber desired being retained there without the Highland Houc Heltavue or Price promoted such improvements causing the work at Berlin In 1SS0 desire to find how and where they may already doue to fill into decay Tho principal activity of tho commis- Â¬ injury until convenient to mako shipment Hill Cincinnati At noon make their purchases without coming in reaching to it broko down tho cablo road C That in common with our Irish fellowFrom 15000 to 20000 eggs may bo placed sioner however has been directed I to carrying New who have sought an asylum in America contact with American railroads With tho wholesale replenishment of our de in each jar Tho constant flow of water Yorkers to their beer During tho day the cittzcus we sympathize with suffering Ireland and hope tho general national reaching out for investigation of tho keeps tho eggs in motion and in about not less than fifty thouthat t no distant day Home Rulo may bo pleted waters andthe trade it seoms to me unnecessary to ferries carried the present hatch out fisheries past sand people across tho Hudson to Jersey girn to a people whoao persistent persecution duction and multiplication of U3cfulintro three days they tanks readytho0young fry prophecy what will be tho effect upon tho food boitig placed iu for shipment where they found gardens theaters fairs oa the one hand and tiie struggle for liberty on fishes American manufacturer wholesale dealer throughout tho country These wcro Practically tho samo method is used for 111 full They wero the other hand formed one of the saddest as blast and base ball nnd railroad by these general inquiries thcniain purposes for which tho commis- hatching various other kinds of fish records of history unanimous returning in complaint of tho well 11s the proiidot tho lamented Lincoln that sion was founded T The Commission has also received a petilliliovlng with Te current work of tho commission in high collars put on tho glasses of beer it is the duty of the Nation to care for him hatching young fish at tho different gta In an article otjthls nature it is impossi tion from a committee of citizens of funny State The ferry traffic who shall hae borne the hattlc nnd for his ble to review even casually the important tions shows gratifying results At WashNewnan Gi protesting against the sold in that of growler widow and orphans W hold that thvpooplc work accomplished by tho commission ington 5030OOQ white fish eggs wera suspension of section 4 The petition developed a wonderful amount being sent of the Cnited Slates owe an ever living debt and it is only within tho purview of a hatched last week tho fry to bo sent to trade children from this side says Wo respectfully submit that tho across with tin buckets for beer Arrests of gratitude to tho soldiers and sailors who newspaper article to give a brief account Lako Erie At Nashville and at Alpena enforcement of the fourth section means 111 this city were very few saved the KcpuMir and we hereby disapprov of the methods employed for hatching and Mich 125 009000 whito fish eggs were colthe growth of the smaller towns means of and condemn tho veto of President Cleveland Tho policy of Prof lected during the fall of which 25000000 distributing fish of the hill which provides forjhuir relief more large towns and fewer largo cities Baird has heen to carry out the idea that it havo been distributed to tho State Com Shad for the Hudson Com Inced that legislation for the protec that the distribution of industries and popWamiinotox May 15 Uy train to leave tion of capital and In tho interest of corpora is better to expend a small amount of missioners for hatching and planting and ulation among the smaller towns which lpoo000 have been Washington at 10 p ni to nigbt Colonol tions which would not equally protect labor public money in making fish so abundantÂ¬ aTiho Northvillc reserved to bo hatched must follow tho equalization of freight station tho fry to bo that they can be caught without restrict hould not be had and wo favor such measures distariffs will bring the consumer the manu- Â¬ McDonald Chief of Distribution will tion and servo as cheap fool for people at placed in tho ocean and tho great lakes as will encourage both capital aid labor and infacturer and tho producer in CI030 prox- patch U S Fish Commission Car No 1 jure to the workingmen Just ahd reasonable re- large rather than to expend a much larger imity and givo to both the manufacturer with four million shad eggs and lifteeu muneration for their toll and ample protection amount in proventing the people from and the producer a homo market and se- Â¬ hundred thousand shad fry for stocking In their rights catching tho few that still remain after tho waters on Hudson river Two million cure the prosperity of all Hon William O Bradley on being pre- Â¬ generations of improvidence Tho commission has thus established of the eggs will be transferred from Now sented to the Convention addressed that Novel Reading Boys in Trouble York City to the Cold Springs Harbor Sta Â¬ body Mr Bradley said that the day of hatching stations in varov States of the EicCLAinr Wh May lo James and tion to be hatched there Tho car will argument had arrived and all the Repub- country These are known as collecting proceed direct to Albany where the re- licans wanted was an honest chance that and distributing stations The former arc Win Murphy aged respectively thirteen located near the spawning grounds of and fifteen years havp Leon lodged in jail maining eggs will be hatched and tho fry there wus much before the Republicans of thoso species for which they arc especially of Eugene Kentucky a war of argument and not of here They aro accused of having derailed a distributed under the direction The eggs aro received at these intended THE HIACK nVSS Wisconsin Central passenger train about Blackford Commissioner of Fisheries for swords It is necessary that the Repub stations and enough having been re- Â¬ licans should weed out the corrupt neat New York ten weeks ago between Kau Claire and that region that control the State Government Tho served to stock the waterstoof distributing The station 6at Woods Hall has been Chippewa Falls Several trains had barely Dropped Dead State finances ore in bad shape and where the remainder aro sent at some central actively engaged in collecting hatching escaped being wrecked several times in suc- and distributing tha eggs of cod fish of Lexington Ind May 13 Mr Eliza- - is that magnificent sinking fundi Laugh- stations 1usually located nnfwi tft the itorfnftrl tine xt v v which 20000000 havebechhatchcd and JV Mit rjhnndyilg Pfdniggnr tjfirg- - MfT The planted in VtaeyariTrSoundandotbcradf VifcVTi Bradley thetf went into detail accidents havo happened The Murphy iroppcUcai wnuc in tho act of arising nnve HtiUslarDecn lUllUtlJit 2 statlonst It Isprobahlo that tho iaccnt waters from the supper table this evening at her show how the States funds had been established Grand Lako Stream Maine boys had been reading dime novels squandered No wonder that tho Demo- Bucksport Maine Woods Hole Mass total production of tho season will exceed home Deatli was the result of an affec100000000 cod fish when eggs aro obtion of the heart Deceased is tho fourth cratic Convention tho other day said all An Enterprising Capitalist permanent coast station which serves as tained from the Ipswich Bay schooL At about National politics and nothing about a base of eperations for the scientific inDonGn Citv Kas May 10 Hon A T member of her family to die in this manWythevillc Va thctcollcctini of CaliSoulo of Rochester N Y who built at ner She was known as tho largest woman State affairs When the Democratic party vestigations of tho commission as a hatcl fornia trout eggs is iu full progress over took charge of the Stato wc had assets ing sation for eggs of tho codfish Cold 100000 eggs having been obtainod of which in Scott County her weight being over his own expense a canal nine miles long amounting to 000000 and now we have Spring Harbor Longjiland N Y Havre fifty p6r cent will be distributed in lots of for irrigating purposes at an expense of three hundred pounds none and are in debt 51074000 Voices de Grace MiL Washington D C here 5000 and 10030 to tho different State com- Â¬ 1000000 has announced his intention of is situated the central hatching station Turn the rttscals outJ Measles and Scarlet Fever Epidemic missions thi balanco to be hatched and extending it so that ono million acres of He criticised the Green and Barren river fully equipped for scientific experiments reared at the station and distributed as Brazil Ind May 15 An epidemic of land hereabouts will always yield a full with the propagation of fishes crop Ho has donated 50000 to the Pres- measles is prevalent in every township in monopoly and assailed the revenue de- connectedthe principal distributing station yearling fish to tho streams of tho Appal It is also irginla achian region In Pennsylvania the county there being from two hundred ficiency byterian College located here and has Why at one time said he thcro was of the Fish Commission for both eggs and West Virginia zNorth Carolina Georgia bought tho First National Bank for 75000 to three hundred cases in this city In lo- not enough money to pay tho Legislature or tho Unitol and Tennessee young fish to all portions calities the epidemic has been virulent and also tho Dodgo City water works Stated Wythcvillc Va Saint Jeromes Another interesting feature of the work though few if any deaths have resulted And thank God for that Had thero been Creek Point Lookout Md Avoca N C of the commission and one which is per- Â¬ that body would havo been in session yet therefrom Perry Tow nship in the vicinity Great Beef Contract with France Mich Baird Mich Alpena haps more familiar to the creneral reader It tried to rondor itsolf immortal by mak Northvillc Chicago May 10 Edward Morris of tho of Cory has also been seriously scourged itself eternal Clackamas river is the method used for distributing fish Shasta County Cal deaths having Oregon Fairbanks Canning Company of Ciiicago with scarlet fever several Tho following i a list of the Previous to liS0 the Fish Commission sent He said that the laws were not executed cables from Paris to day that ho has con- occurred and that the Democrats thought it cheaper species artificially hatched in tho United it3 fish in largo milk cans all over tho first practiced cluded a contract foi SIrj00000 kilos of to file away indictments against Criminals States since tho art was fish lake trout country In baggage cars in special Who Stole the Spoons hero Brook trout white charge of messengers who changed the canned meat for the French arm and LVinton May 15 After the Queen tho rather than punish them And these men water en route as often as necessary and 3 O0ii0 kilos for the navy This is stated to day wnlkcd their way breathing threats Princess of Wales and otherwise cared for tho young fish This to be the largest contract ever made with Princo and the Royal household hadother against reputable men parof method of transportation was attended an American firm by a foreign govern- Â¬ racmbcrS luncheon at tho Madison House The State Board of Equalization Is a taken of with great difficulty and often great loss ment Saturday afternoon and departed two thumli screw on the tax payer It is comin the mortality of tho young fish from gold teaspoons belonging to the antique posed of men who know less about the City Treasurer Sojourning in Canada the exposure to the heat or cold of the baggago car and tho change of tho water Rismuick Dak May 10 Gcorgo E and valuable service used on such occa- value of property than anything else Slnco that timo in different localities sions were found to be missing It was Kentucky Democrats turned convicts out Reed for two years past city treasurer however tho commission has had built for Tnn iup is missiug It is believed he has gono to at first decided to hush tho matter up but to compote with honest labor Tho Demouse cars cspcciallyadap4ed to tho uses Canada His accounts are said to bo 5000 the police authorities were finally notified cratic party will go down in history as tho pike porch Atlantic salmon shad land Â¬ its transportation of hcsa car arc so conconvict party of Kentucky Tho stripes of the loss short Reed has hosts of friends who be- Â¬ salmon arc on its back and can not be wiped out locked salmon California sturgeon striped structed that sufficient water can bo carlieve that he has not gone with tho pur- Â¬ smelt ried for tho entiro shipment often cover- Â¬ Flame Swept Forests In speaking of tho education bill he said bass sea bass grayling pose of defrauding the city Mrs Reed herring alcwifc oyster cod haddock process of aeration Mien Mayl5 Fireis raging that Kentucky Domocrats had voted carp Spanish mackerel moon fish gold- ing several days By a CnrnorcAN however told a friend that he would never tho water Is used again and again to re- Â¬ money to educate Iudiaus but they opfiercely in the woods in several parts of sco Reed again in this region fish tench soft shelled clam and lobster plenish tho water taken fromthe rcccp- this county Rain fell for a fewhours this posed a single dollar to educate their own But perhaps the most interesting feature taclcs in which the fish aro carried Theso morning but not sufficiently to quench the neighbors Ho wants a chanjrc less senti of the work Is tho method employed in vessels arc simply tin buckets with per Â¬ Insane Man Hangs Himself ment nnd more souse Wo arc told that if hatching the eggs or fish artificially Wc Near Burt Lake the situation is Yovngstown 0 May 10 German Kim flame forated covers holding perhaps a quart of wo do not like Kentucky we may leave it ncrly aged forty five living on a farm at critical The lire is licking up ovory thing We decline to do it In the bosom of Ken will tako the shad as an example As water and are placed underneath tho soon as tho shad aro taken in tho nets or floor of the car About one hundred cans Austintown hanged himself this morning in its path A great deal of standing tim tucky rests tho ashes of our ancestors seines thoso which are rip2 oc soft are se Â¬ arc usually carried the number of fish of iber houses barns and fences have been Wo lovo He left his family of wifo and four chilher and we will stay until it is lected If ripe tho eggs How freely course varying according to the size dren at tho breakfast table and walked destroyed A heavy smoke still hangs regenerated from the female shad when tho bolly of Over 1530000 whito fish wero recently over this city and section with a rope to tho barn and ten minutes thcfish is pressed gently if unripe the transported Oregon and Wiinn John Robinsons circus was ex- Â¬ eggs v ill not flow at all if the eggs are Washington In one shipment toloss of only later was found dead Ho was insane Territory with a A Boys Terrible Death hibiting at Clovcrport Ky a few days only nearly ripo they come forth with fivo hundred Theso cars arc provided Maiion Ind May 13 Louis Prcnatt ago Prof Delonus an elephant keeper diflicultv in asses will Prohibition in Newcomersfown 0 such fish are not wita comfortable berths for the messenyears son of the late F J Pre was attacked by one of the elephants and takeu aged six NnwcoMmtTOWN O May 10 The vil A short time before the shad gers a kitchen refrigerators tanks pump- natt met with a terrible accident last killed by a stroke from his trunk spawns clear eggs of largo sizi will to lago of Ncwcomerstown voted 011 prohibi tion to day The vote was larg- and tho evening In climbing an iron fence ho Thrke will be a special term of tho Chan- Â¬ fpund in tho roe while tho rest arc still slipped and becamo impaled upon a sharp excitement intense Tho vbto resulted cery Court at Newport on tho 5th of July hard theso become moroand more numer Â¬ his right side ous after a timo they separate and fall For prohibition 127 against prohibition rod which entered and right lung peneA fcUFFiciENT amount of money having causapart a liquid stream of cgg3 flowing 110 All the church bells aro ringing over trating his stomach been subscribed tho general committee from the fish with the slightest pressure ing death in a few hours tho victory for the celebration of St Johns Day has The mclter ormalo shad is rather smaller determined to have an Inter State ajnipet Civil Service in the War Department than the female the sex being known by OBrien Elected to Parliament Washington May 15 No steps have itivc drill at Louisville and will offer the flow or milt from tho fish a small DcnuN May 10 Mr Win OBrien edi Â¬ iycrtccn taken to put the new civil fcervice prizes to tho amount of t000 A special quantity ofndlt trill Impregnate a largo tor of Unitftl Jrctiml who Is now in Canada rules into operation at tho War Depart- Â¬ prizo of 250 for the best drum corps will number of eggs about one malo in good THE COMMOX CAHF has been elected without opposition to tho ment The printed copies of the regula- also be offered All the crack companies condition to two or three females The spawncr or female shad is easily heat in the House of Commons for tho tions have been received and the appoint Â¬ of the United States have been invited to Northeast Division of Cork made vacant ment of a Board of Examiners will bo tho participate and it Is expected a number oS known by Its size and full appearance ing engines hatching apparatus and every caro of tho the spawn for It will by the resignation of Edmund Lcamy first action taken Nearly sixty vacancies them will accept Applications for entry When all the blood is taken among be thing necessaryroutethe proper destination to their the fish while en appearing shown by now exist which will be ultimately filled must be mado boforc June 5 eggs A malo shad is then taken two or Tho spring shipments of shad has already by competitive examinations Northwestern Crops All Right The Harrison Monument Commission three jets of milk are forcad upon the eggs commenced and millions of them arc find has sent circular letters to prominent whilo the pan is swayed gently to and fro Ins homes in the rivers all over the counLincoln Neh May 10 The general Death oi Justice Woods sculptors requesting them to indicato nti A little water is added from time to timo try rain that fell throughout Eastern and Washington May 15 Justice Woods Such is a brief sketch of some of the prevented an early date whether they desiro to sub- Â¬ until the eggs rise which will be usually Central Nebraska Friday has of tho United States Supreme Court died half any serious damage tocrops from drought mit models in clay or jdastcr ofan oqucs ia the course ofeggs an hour After im Â¬ features of the United StatC3 Fish Com- will bo found to have mission an institution peculiarly American From points in Central and Southern Ne Â¬ vestcrday His funoraL will take place at trian statue of General Harrison to bo pregnation the tvark O on Tuesday afternoon increased In size and when they rise they in its conception and without a parallel in erected on or before September 15 1SS3 braska come verv flattcrinsrenorts can cither be put on trays covered with any other govern mental organization It ii - In tho lat has achieved a world wido reputation for I cotton cloth or Kept in the pan Fatal Fun At a recent wedding in New York Rev John rente of JamcstownN ter case tbo water should be changed every its enterprise and originality of method Lactossi Wis May 15 Four young the bride wore a dress more than a Y recently tiled a marriage certifi- Â¬ The bad eggs will float on top and Its work is better appreciated abroad than people century old It was made for her ma- Â¬ out in a attending a German picnic went cate in which the husbands age was hour a whitish color bsing called water in the United States and at the Interna- are of rowboat this afternoon opposite ternal great grandmother id 1778 and the city The men half drunk sought to given as thirteen Investigation blown good eggs will bo clear and liko tional Fisheries Exhibition at Berlin and worn at her wedding when Alexander frighten Miss Katie Litskc the only lady showed that the figures had been crystal in appearance Tho eggs having at London wo carried away a majority of fertilized the most difficult Hamilton was groomsman and General in the boat by rocking The boat capsized transposed and ought to have been beentask remains viz the caro ofportion of tho prizes for supremacy both in scientific tho eggs method and practical results Throughout the present and Miss Litskc and John Beyer wcro Washington and his staff were Europe the United States Fish Commission as guests It was worn for tho second drowned Tho other two were saved is being held up as one of the most striking An advertisement in a Boston evidences of the public spirit Intelligence time by tho brides mother forty five Man and Wife Burned and liberality ot the American nation paper states that an active servant is years ago Chicago Herald H W Srorrono Watekbuuv Vt May 15 John B Fas wanted who must be a plain cook of sett and wife both aged about sixty years and able to dress a little boy five years A little son of T J Folds Forclble Hut Not Polite were burned to death in their saw mill at old Hawkinsville Ga went to his traps Moretown Vt There is a newspaper museum w m in Aachen whose directors the other day and found three par-Â¬ I walked the lloor all night with Generous Donation to Wabash College are anxious to possess a copy of every rare tridges and taking them out pulled the toothache said lie To which his journaL They wrote a courteous letter to their heads off Otic of the headless a WABAsn Ind May 15 Mrs S S Sabin unfcclinglistcner said You didnt c the editor of VAvenir du Tonkin tho jour-Â¬ wealthy LaPortc lady has just mado a partridges Hew away and could not bo gift of fo0C0 to Wabash College nal founded by the French in Hanoi after at Craw pect to walk the ceiling with it did found and the astonished boy went fordsvillc to endow an alcove of books you the conquest of Tonquln requesting him Otaga Witness srt kindly to present two numbers to the mu- Â¬ home with three heads and only two in the college library for her son Chaun COLLECTING JAIL JAll IUTCUISG seum Thev received a letter of which the Xew York contains 20500 acres cey This makes an aggregate of 05000 birds is a Hanoi Jan Â¬ m that the Sabin family has given to this col- 12 100 of which are on the island of until they are hatched and the care of tho following 1SS7 translationManager the of tho Mr Shears the lege Tired Kcporter is about 41 square young fry until they aro old enough to cara uary 14 MuseumTo in Manhattan This Zeitungs themselves got man you sent mo to interview miles Brooklyn covers 13037 acres lor apparatus employed for thU work thank you for giving mo an opportunity of Lucky to Get Away Alive The Ho did Able Editor mad about 22 square miles LoNnoN May 15 Advices from Coir varies in principle to corrspond to the making myself disagreeable to the Ger- Â¬ 0 And hit Eh mans and inform you that I refuse to send And choked me1 the It sounds a little inconsistent for physical peculiarities of wilt eggs And stantinople aro that the Sheikh Abou consider the you the two numbers of ZrMrmir du Toniln Ye Powers me in the eye As an examplo wc Honda long the Sultans intimato adviser The low- Â¬ Jias been exiled on account of the alleged her to call it a duck of a bonnet and process ijot hatching shad eggs wnosc which you wished to possess Receive tho kicked me down stairs greater than assurance of my implacable hatrei to the Spell his natuo discovery of his connection with a plot to yet seem so terribly alanned over the nt ecificfgravity is slightly aro placed to-- German race lived scoundrel J Cocvs possibility of its getting wet Phila- Â¬ that of wat r These eggs detrono the Sultan Omaha World wrong OUli CANADIAN TEAPE HEROIC DEED KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS FISH CULTURE Iti Importance as an Krononilc Jlothcils Employed Â¬ Â¬ 11 eight-months-o- Â¬ Â¬ denso-ly-populat- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Si--p- rjp 0t - iL Y A PlJl jl JlTiKlUHl Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Sfejdj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ czzswijaj -- rl-Wn UirrlXtuysr-ty--I e fc 111 I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ i a Â¬ Â¬ m - -- j Â¬ m 1 -- delphia CalL - TarftsH 1 iirV- - If w 7 i 2 r p fc mmmmj1-y-- v r-- v y Tk fc Jp fv O O 4 x 52 S tt S S iUE Itf THE iVt 7 Not IAre 1 A 9 CITY i at Rest at rf cse Hiio Lights aro Dimmed i - tji4 ue- - Tor Crime U Kunnlnp Kampnnt and Kvil Deeds are Consummated Sermon liyKev Talmngo D D -- 3j Hrvrry VnrlS Kflr T Dti Wilt -- TalmageD IX took for his text this morn- lqgi Watchman what of the night JWiaUiAl 11 SnoWnca1 nisht camo down -- - Uabylon Jtyneven antt Jerusalem inoy nceaea care- V- UiUUrWISU iuu unuuMi a -- a 2U1 fniiicuiuoccn tarusv mio iuc tcij torca uugui uhyc i heart of the metropolitan splendor or T lJau nnTo enemies marching from the hills might have forced thegates All nigat long on topolthe wall and in front of the gates miirht be heard the measured Men of the -- l nUuuuau on his solitary beat silence --o Bingin air save as some passer bi raised Watchman irhat of the that question t njfVhT -- 7 Jfokr standing guard hy night me as at tliq gate of an arsenal in Charleston the question once Who comes there Tollowed smote me by the sharn command Advance and jhve the countersign Every moral teachcrstands oa picket or patrols the warl Si watchman IlisAvork is to sound the alarm and whether it bo in the first watch in the second watch iu the third vnfeh or in the fourth watch to be vig until the day break fliugs its morn jHiingVlorics of blooming cloud across the I archinj trellis of the sky ancients divided their night into diffcrcntparts the first watch from VvstrFtd nine the second from nino to uMTqlvej- - the ahird from twelve to three and the fourth L om throo to six I speak now of the city in the third watcJorrohi uvelvc t4ohrccoclock 1 nfcnarwcarv of Jookintf anon rto life and brilliancy of the citv i the first WAtch That is the hour when the stores laboriig men having quitted the seafToldintfiwd the shop are on their wjjy homp It rejoices me ta give thcmmy seat In the city car They have stood and hammered away all day Their feet arewcary exhausted withthctug ot work t5n9iiiiSimostXJJihccrf ul With appetites sharpened on the swift turners wheel and the carpenters whetstonethev seek the evening meaL The clerks too have broken away from the counter and with brain weary of the long lino of figures pand thQ 2iini of Uvoswho goa shopping seek the face of the mother or wife and child Tho merchants are unharnessing themselves from their anxieties en- - their way up the street The oys that lock up are heaving away at the shutters shoving theihfavj bolts and taking a laH ldok at tho firci to sec that all is safe The streets arc thronged with young mcnsetting out from tlie great centers of bargain making Let idlers clear the streets and givo right f Vray to the bes wealed artisans JamHncrcbants They have carneU their bread and arc now on their way homo to getU s The lights in full jet hang over ten thou sand evening repasts the parents at cither end of the table the children bc tweeiv Thank God who setteth the solitary in amilics A few hours later and all tho places of ltimeytgtojl amUSilj are in fuil tide L6versSrf brtcatalogaes in Ifand stroll through tho galleries and discuss tho pic tures The ball room is resplendent with the ru Ji 2ipjarci of yiosc who on ei ther O side oflhe white glistening boards await the signal from the orchestra The footlights of the the theater flash up the bell ring and the curtain rises and out from the gorgeous scenery glide the actors greeted with Ihe vociferation of the expectant multitudes Concert halls are lifted into enchantment with the warble of one songstress or swept out oik a sea of tu Jmultaou feeling by the blast of brazen instruments Drawing rooms are filled t With alf braCCfUlness nf ntinruv l writl 11 jgweetnpss of sound with all splendor of manner mirrors are catohing up and mul tiplying me scene until it seems as if in 4aanitocorridors there were garlanded groups advancing and retreating Thoutdoriir rings with laughter and iWitjh theyntjiinsto and fro or thousands on the great promenades The dashing span adrip- - with the foam of tho long country ride rushes past as you halt at the curbstonct ilirth revolry beauty fashion magnify cence mingle in the great metropolitan pirTifevuntil the thinkingman goes home to tlupkfiijorc seriously and tho praying feman ro prajrmore earnestly A beautiful and overwhelming thing is the city iuthqfifst ami second watches of tho night jBut Tjhc cloclr strDces tAvelvc and tho third watch fias begun The thunder of the city has rolled out of thejiir The ifjjntcsrs0tlfi3 cut thcnight with such distinctness as to attract your attcn- tioin tThE tinkling or the bell of the street car in the distance and the baying or the dog Tfacj stamp of a horse in the next street The slamming of a saloon door Tho jhiccjbugh of the drunkard Tho shrieks of the steam whistle five miles away O how suggestive my friends the third watch of the night There arc honest men parsing up and down the street ilercisa city missionarv fSifceeaeai-ryinsa cuttlc of coal to that pobrf arnily in that dark place Hero is an undertaker going up tho step3 of a building from which there comes a bitter 5r3Vhich iudicatcslhat tho destroying angelihas smitten tha first born Hero is a minister of religion who has been giv Â¬ ing the sacrament to a dying Christian Here is a physician passing along in great hastcrthc messenger a few steps ahead hurrying on to tho household Nearly all the lights uavo gone out inf thCjdwollinss for it is tho third watch of the night That light in the window is tho light otthe watcher for the medidacs must he administered and tho fever must be watched and the rest less tossing off of the coverlidivust be resisted and tho ice must be kept bftHhc hot temples and the ftemnmiP nmrKfmci go up fjim hearts soon to be broken X h the night What a stupehdoas thought a whole city at -- 33llis tomcatlecplysuggestiveandsolemn a man J f jtbrilled through thing tosto Â¬ ilant -- iTThjt l Â¬ -- - -- Â¬ - hblvatchof J rCSt XlOt jSi- - VlClTVfcnnnrprmriiiffrtplivmftvhifotiJi brain bCiUSr COOlcd Off Itfmil TTiTiln Relaxed Excited nerves soothed The WBitA hnfr nf tllA mtnrrnivtn 1m 41 drtruaerossrthc pillow fresh fall of flakes Of STIOW atrOadrfAtln Phi11 wMvuvni iu j t I ns uimpiea nanns mrown out on tfcc pillow and with every breath takinsr m a new store of fun and frolic Third watch of the night Gods siumberlcts cy will lnolr Let one jjreat wave of refreshing slumber roll over the heart of the great town submerging care and anxiety and worriment V Â¬ r - But my frfends Ijc not deceived There will be thousands JtMilght who will cot sleep at alL Go up 3feJUlar alley and be cautious where SSltT03 ieetyou Jail over the prostrate jfirmo1a drunkard lying on his own doorstep Look about you Jest you feel Look Uirough the earotcrs fewQtcn window pane and sec what you can sec You say Nothiug Then listen VVhais it God help us No foot lights but tragedy ghastlier and mightier than lUstori or Edwin Booth ever enacted fShtt no un- no bread no hope Shivering in the cold they had no food for Twenty Jour hours You say Why dont theybegThey do buttiey get nothing Youay Why dont thcy deliver them selves ovorto tho alms house Ah you would not ask that if you ever heard the man ora child when told he EjwitgVto the alms house tiicyaro vicious poor andV therefore they do not deserve iiur sympathy Arc they vicious So much more need they your pity The Christian Por God help them Through their1 talght there twinkles the round merry JIM0Pe and through the broken win- J viuujvvwiioi neaven rT but thfevidouspoor they are more to be citled b-u-- andjoin Let the city sleep - Wrafy rv -- You ox- - work goes for nothing for tho simplo reafrom helping them by say son it is not practical as after the battle Â¬ ing they are so bad the- this trou- - of Antietam a man got out of an ambuluio oa themselves v t t - ance with a bag of tracts and he wont wn prayers for the innocent suf- - distributing the tracts and George Stuart who iTir i iii Bvo wenty prayers are the one of the best Christian men in the coun- Â¬ for guilty who ar suffering try said to him What arc you distributSV The fishermun i ing tracts for now I There are three thou Â¬ ucu uc sees a Vessel sand men bleeding to death Bind up their ps Uie warmest flannels wounds and then distribute tho tracts around those who arc most chilled and We want more common sense in Christian ono mosi most Dauorcu m work taking the bread of this life in tho ino wreolrand 1 warn vnn t Vnm- that hand and tho bread of the next life in those JCiOUS TOOr lln- - 1 J tk t chin other hand No such inapt work as that a i auiir WrCCKS ihinwrnM- - f - iiui v done by the Christian man who during of UU - tho last war went into a hospital with tivcii ior iimc mhch ior eternity Pitv bv all means tracts aud coming to the bed of a man thn innnrn uuwiuk wao arc suffering unl pity whose legs had been amputated gave him mun v a tract on the sin of dancing I rejoice tyuiuy lass on through the alloy Open the before God that never aro sympathetic door O you say No words uttered never a prayer offered is locked it is not locked No itburglar would be never a Christian almsgiving indulged in lempieu to go m there to steal any thing but it is blessed Thcdoor is never locked Only a broken Aro there in this assemblage this morn- Â¬ chair stands uuiii i sfint o t ing those who know by experience tho back Go m Strike a matrhJ Now look tragedies in tho third watch of the night Beastliness and Ta q u vnn triurinr I am not hero to thrust you back with ono 3w fcMvw e HO nrnfl OVCOallS i nn Cl hard word Take the bandage from your Donotntter any insnlu do not utter any bruised soul vaud put onit the soothing suspicion u you value your life What is salve of Christs gospel and Gods comthat red mark on ihq wullt Ills Ui passion Many have come I see others of a murderers hand coming God this morning tired of tho Lookat those two eves rifinr un out of sinful lWe Cry up the news to Heaven the darkness and out from the straw in Set allthe bells ringiug Spread the banthe corner coming toward you and as quet under the arches Let the crowned war you VOUr llgal gv uul- - heads come down and sit at the jubilee 1 wJ Strike another match Ah this is a babe tell you thero is more delight in Heaven not like those beautiful children presented over ono man that gets reformed by tho in baptism This little one never smiled grace of God than over ninety and nmo it never will smile A flower flung on an that never get off the track awfully barren beach Oh Heavenly I could givo you the history in a minute Shepherd fold that little one ia Thy arms of ono of tho best friends I cvor had Out- Â¬ Wrap around you your shawl or your coat side of my own family I never had a bet- Â¬ tighter for the cold wind sweeps through ter friend He welcomed mo to my home Strike another match Ah Is it possible at the West He was of splendid personal scjffiid anil appearance but he had an ardor of soul that thoiOivS W032i bruwcTace ever was looked into by ma- - and a warmth of affection that made mc nal tenderness Utter no scorn Utter jlovo him like a brother I saw men coming no harsh word No rav of hono has entcr- - out of the saloons and gambling hells and cdim thatbrow for many a year No ray they surrounded my friend and they of hP wUl cvor davvn uPon that brow took him at the weak point his social uuk uiv Jiuv uai mit uuu iu 11UL iriKi nature and I saw him going down another light It would bo mockery to and I had a fair talk with him ror I never kindle another light in such a place as that yet saw a man you could not talk with on Pass out and pass down the street Our tho subj ect of his habits if you talked cities of Brooklyn aud New York and all with him in the right way I said to him our great cities are full of such homes Why dont you give up your bad habits and the worst time is tbo third watch of and become a Christian I remember the night- now just how he looked loaning over his Do you know it is in this third watch of counter as he replied I wish 1 could theepight that criminals do lheirworst Oh sir I should like to be a Christian work It is the criminals watch but I have gone so far astray I cant get At half past eight you will find thorn iii back the drinking saloon but toward twelve So the time went on After awhile tho oclock they go to their i garrets they get day of sckness came 1 Avas summoned out their tools then they start on the to his sick bed 1 hastened It took mo street Watching on either side for the but a very few moments to get there I police they go to their work of darkness was surprised ns 1 went in I saw him in This is a burglar and trio false key will his ordinary dress fully dressed lying soon touch tho store lock This is an in- on top of the bed I gave him my hand cendiary and before morning thf re will be and he eied it convulsively and said a light on the sky and a cry of Fire Oh how glad I am to see you Sit down ftrCP This is an assassin and to morrow there I sat down and ho said Mr morning there will be a ciead body in one Talmage just where you sit now my of the vacant lots During tho daytime mother sat last night She has been these villains in onr cities lounge about dead years twenty Now I omo asleep and somo awake but when you want to think I am the third watch of tho night arrivos thei dont my mind or that lam superstitious eye keen their brain cool their arm strong out of but sir hhe sat thero last night just as their foot flces to fly or pursue thcyare certainly as you sit there now tho same ready It wa my Many of theso poonKreaturcs were cap and apron and spectacles ho brought up in1 that wayAThey were born old mother sho sat there I Then you turned to his wife and said wish in a thieves garret Their childish toy the was a burglars dark lantern Tho first would take these strings offaroundbed somebody iswrapping strings mo thing they remembor was their mother all the ime I wish you would stop that bandaging the brow of their father struck annoyanw She said There is nothby the police club They jbegan by robing here Then I saw it was delirium bing boys pockets ariti now they have He saii Just where you sit now my come to dig the underground passage to mother sat and she said Kosv cll I wish the cellar of the bank andtafe preparing you would do better I wish you would do to blast the gold vault I long as there aro neglected chil better II said toMother wish I could do Just so do better but I cant try better dren or tho street just so long we Mother rou used to help me whycant will have these desperadoes Some one you help mc now And sir 1 got out of wishing to make a good Christian point bed foait was a reality and I went to her and to quote a passage of Scripture ex- and threw my arms around her neck and pecting to get a Scriptural passage in an- I said Mother I will do better but swer said v When your father and your must help I cant do this alone you I mother forsake you who then will take knelt down and prayed That night his you up andthe boy said Tbe rerlice soul west to tho Lord that mado it the perlice Arrangements were made for the obseIn the third watch of the nightgamblin quies The question was raised whether does its worst work VVhat though tho they should briuf him to the church hours bo slipping away andShough the Somebody said You can not bring such wife bo waiting in the cheerless home dissolute man as that into tho church Stir up the fire Bring on more drinks a said I You will bring him in church Put up more stakes That rbaimcrcial he stood by mo when he wa alive and I house that onjy a little- while ago put out a sign of copartnership will thisjrinterbc will stand by him when he is dead Brine As I stood in the pulpit and saw wrecked on a gamblers table There will him them carryingthc body up the aisle I fel t be many a money till that will spring a leak A member of Congrcss5gambled as if I could weep tears of blood On ono side tho pulpit sit his little with a member elect and won 512001 The chlldoof eight years a sweet beautiful eld way of getting a living is so slow The old way of getting a fortune is so stupid little girl that I have seen him hucr con Ho put Come let us toss up andsop vrho shall vulsively in his bstter moments have it And so the work gcWoni from on her all jewels all diamonds and gave the wheezing wretches pitching penhiesin her all picture and toy and then ho a rumKrocerv un to tho millionaire ram would go away as if hounded by an evil spirit to his cups and the houso of shamo bler in the stork market n foo to tho correction of the stocks In tho tlutjl watch of tho night pass Sne know down the streets of these cities ami Mm She looked up wondenngly not what it all meant She was not old hear tho click of tho dice aud sharp keen stroke of the ball on tho bllliard enough o understand the sorrow of an table At these places merchant princes orphan child On tho other side thepulpit sat tho men dismount and Legislators tired of rnak- mc inw s laKe a respite in oreaang them who had ruined him they wcro tho men All ciasses of people are robbed by this who had poured thewormwood into the who orphans cupthey were the men who bound crimo tho iinnnrtor nf forifn cili o the dealer in Chatham street pecketband him hand and foot I knew them How did korchief3 The clerks of tho store take a they seem to feel Did they weep No hand after tho shutters are put up and Did they say What a pity so generous a No Did they the officers of tho court while away their man should be destroyed sigh repentingly over what they had done time while the jury is out Perhaps there mav be a stranger in tho Nothcy sat there looking as vultures of a houe this moraine come from some of look at the carcass ripped out lamb So the hotels Look out for those ajrents of whose heart they have iniquity who tarry about tho hotels and they sat and looked at the coftin lid and I of God ask vou Would vou like to sec the citvl told them the judgment destroyed would their Yes Have vou ever seen that snlcndid come upon those who had No building up town Then the vil- fellows Did they reform I was told lain will undertake to show you what he they were in the places of iniquity that calls the lions and the elephants and night after my friend was laid in Oakwood blasphemed after a vnnn man throusrh morbid niri Cemetery aud theymerciless menand they are esdrank Oh how osity or through badness of soul has seen after they have destroyed you tho lions and the elephants he will peciallylook be on enchanted ground Jook out for Do not God to men for comfort or help those men who move around the hotels Look to with sleek hats always sleek hats and It all road Ppfcil natronizm air and unaccountable intr It Is saying nothing new to remark that est about your welfare and entertainment this is the railroad age and all i ou are a iooi u you can noi see inrougn are inclined to livcat railroad that wo but speed it Thcv want your money it needs to be repeated over and over In the third watch of the nixht also again that there are some things which uiuuucuiiuss uvra iu worst lUCUniUUDg wo can not do atilroad speed Seed will be respectable at eight oclotk in tho sowing and seed ripening require time nt mnn - i4i nrtminn You cin not hasten the development of tho and garrulous at ten at eleven blasphe- - httlo lifo gcrm in the acorn any more than ou at twelve the hat falls off at one you could a hundred years ago Corn and theNonn fiiu m tho floor nskin form nn wheat do not spring to maturity any faste er nowthan In tho days of our fathers flrinlr VUt zn ttimnnli tft simply because In thosedays man travel tMtnar ft rifM a Kwtlmra i at tho rato of fifty miles an hour and aro hnmlc nn nn rrrtAil AC vnil in lvr nntnm in a tremendous hurry in all that they do rcrhansbctter Neither is a sound character developed Tn fln KInl AMM1A u r 11--up A merchant prince if ho gets noisy any more rapidly In these days of railroad and teleKraphic speed Fixed habits of 1 l v- - iinmnlmllMn 4uiiuuit 13 uua UJ ilI5 iuiun integrity and virtuo are of slow revelers who try to iret him to bed o take growth They require still plants the days as in him home where he falls flat in the entry of old line upon line precept upon preÂ¬ Do not wako up the children Thoy have cept to develop and perfect them There had disgrace enough Da not let them is no patent labor saving procoss by which know it Hush it up But sometimes it these can bo attained no short cuts to can not bo hushed up when tho rum perfection There is still a vital connectouches the brain and tho man becomes tion between patient continuance and Golden liule eternal liTe thoroughly frenzied Such a one camo home having been absent for some time A Continual Demand and during his absence his wife had died Thero aro fewer competent men In tha and she lay in the next room prepared for the obsequies and he went in and dragged world than there aro open places for comp-Â¬ her by the locks and shook her out ot her etent men A competent man is a man shroud and pitched her out of the window who can do any one thing a good deal betOh when rum touches tho brain vou ter than its average doing There aro too who many doevery thing in can not hush it up My friends you sco all sonso men they can do one thing as welltho can as that around about you tho need that something another tut there arc not enough men radical be done You da nnt ihnirnL who can do ono thing thoroughly wclL Ho Iu tho midnight mWHnoirHnn who would like to fill a good place should great multitude has been saved We want prepare himself for tho work of that par-Â¬ a few hundred Christian Wn i nmen ticular place Tno place is already wait to come down from tho highest circles of inc for him and he Is wanted In it even society io ton amid these wandering more than he wants it S S lima and destituto ones and kindle up a light m the dark alley even the gladness of What a roan can do in the world ii Heaven largely decided by what a man is deterDo not go wrapped in your fino furs and mined that ho will do in tho world A talfrom your well fillcd tables with the idea low candle can be driven through an oak that pious talk is going to stop the gnaw Â¬ if only a fair charge of powder is back of ing of an empty stomach or to warm it in tho rifle barrel S S Timet stockingless feet Take bread take raiment take mediciue as well as take Covetous ambition thtnkingall toolittls prayer There is a great deal or common which presently it hath supposeth itseir sense m what the poor wonian said to the to stand in need or all which It hath not--S- ir city missionary when he was tolling her Waller RaYtgh how she ought to love God and ervc Him un sue said iryou were as poor and DdcnTix53 thoro aro timos when concold as I am and an imn- troversy becomes a ueccssary evil Cut ja t hint-- rtf nntktVI let 11s remember that it ij an eyi- - 1 V i A great ifeAl of what is called Christian bUnrj Thnin tu youeU wsmcM hn frt Â¬ SHRINKAGE OF SHIPPING hlht Â¬ V oruji ni - t- - v- mynvi a - Â¬ 1 Â¬ 51 In a recent issue the question of the of our shipping was dealt with and it was shown that the state Â¬ ment so ofton made in regain to the decline of our shipping being solely due totlic Alabama and other Confed- Â¬ erate cruUor was uoKiccurate It was shown that our shipping reached its highest development in lSof and that after that year both our snipping en- Â¬ gaged in the foreign trade and our ship building began to decline It was shown further that when the war was over we still had 151S350 tons of shipping engaged in the foreign trade that even so late a 1S78 we had 1589 -MS tons engaged in this trade but that since then our shipping lias deÂ¬ clined so rapidly that wc had onlv 1000000 tons engaged in the foreign trade It might have been shown that whereas in 1S74 we built 43272o tons of shipping of all kinds in 1SSG wo built only 95 453 tons It might havo been shown that whereas in 1S74 we built 330795 tons of sailing vessels in 18S5 we built only 50985 tons It miht have been shown that the total tonnage of ocean steamers constructed by 113 n 1SS6 wa just 516S tons net or ven little more than one vessel of the size of the City of Home This tonnage Tras divided into nine vessels so that tho majority of these steamers if noill of them must have been coasters Still let us call them all ocean steam ers and sco how many vessels cngagtSg in the foreign trade we added to our merchant marine iii 1SS6 UereJsjthe total decline Â¬ A Kodmetlon of the Tariff EuenthU to th IlcTiTal of American Shlp Bnlldlnt Steamship Ships Harks llrig A 9 5 3 1 lies ICTt U35 IS iisd Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ - tc Â¬ Â¬ During tho s11110 year wo built 276 schooners of 25S15 ton and 120 sloops of 1402 Ions making a total for the year including coasting vessels not excluding barges and canal boatsof 30233 tons of shipping et in the year 1SSC our registered shipping ite creased by 17CS19 tons leaving a net loss for the year of 1375S6 ton It h eay to see that unless something ii done to chock this constant decline in our registered tonnage it will present- Â¬ ly disappear altogether Now what is the cause of this sin Â¬ gular condition of affairs which h rap- Â¬ idly reducing us below the level of Canada and Norway on the ocean One of the most potent certainly of the causes is the enormous tariff which has artificially mado dear every artielo that goes into a ship so that even in Maine tho ship yards arc closing as fast as their owners can manago to get out of the business Iot us take the ca e of a wooden vessel built in Maine and see what elements enter into her composition and how they are taxed First there is the timber which forms the frame of the ship that pays 20 per cent the planking pays 2 per thou- Â¬ sand superficial feet and spars about 15 per cent All these articles cost the Maine shipbuilder just this much in advance of thc price in a free mar- Â¬ ket Then the bar iron which he needs for fastenings pays 22 a ton or about 50 per cunt The iron forgings such as iron knees which are required to strengthen the sfiip pay 50 a ton The copper with which every first class ship requires to be fastened pays S0 a ton The yellow metal with which the ships bottom must be sheathed pays 35 per cent Now the render while ponder Â¬ ing thcsOj enormous duties must not fail to remember that they are in ad dition to other duties on the raw ma- Â¬ terial out of which these heavily taxed articles are made For instance there is a duty of 75 cents a ton on the iron ore and of 072 a ton on the pig iron out of which the bars are made so that the extra cost of the finished bar is in Â¬ creased b3 these amounts in addition to the 22 a ton paid on bars and the 50 a ton paid on forgings The same is true with regard to copper there be Â¬ ings a duty of 2J cents per pound on the weight of copper contained in the ore that i to say 50 a ton which must be added to thef SO a ton levied on copper bars and the 35 per cent levied on yellow metal Every other article which enters into the building or rigging of a ship pays after the same fashion The anchors pay at the Kite of 50 a ton the chain cable and all other chains required b the ship pay 3750 a ton The wire rope for rigging pays 40 a ton and this is the fourth duty that it has been subject to viz 75 cents per ton af ore 672 a ton as pig iron from IJ tr 3 cents a pound 30 to 60 a ton a wire and then 40 a ton as wire rope This aggregation of duties is one o the beautiful features of our liigV tariff which is certain in time to la out an industry which lias to pur chase at the protected rate and after ward compete in tills free and open market of tho world as ships havo tc do When the ship owner comes to rig his vessel he finds ho has to pay fiftj dollars a ton for manilla cordage and seventy dollars a ton for hemp cord Â¬ age while the manufacturer who made it has hail to pa- - a duty of twenty live dollars a ton ou the raw materia whether manilla or hemp out of which the cordago is made There is also a duty of thirty per cent on the duck or canvas out of which hi ships sails ar3 made and finally a duty of ten centi per square yard and thirty fivo per cent ior the benefit of General llutlcr on the bunting out of which tho starry banner is made of which he is so proud and which floats over his vessel The intelligent reader who ha mastered these figures and thought over this schedule of duties will have no difficulty in understanding why our merchant marine declines why our ship builders are going out of business and why wc can not compete with Dont Marry nimt Heissuch a fickle inconstant fellow Thrilling Adventure oftheFerocIout Man you will never ba happy with him said t0 Parity your blood for at Esthers friends when they learned of her no other Hater of India Isthe body o susccpUble to benent engagement to a young man who boro tho from wiS The peculiar purtf ylne and rerT Only a few month ago in Iudia in a reputation of being a sad flirt Esther lmrquauneio Hoods Sarispartlla are Jut whtt knew that had certain planting district there was a however and sho washer loverto takegood arc neaVJxPl dUease and fortify the lystca qualities tha i int willing notorious man eater Two gentlemen risk In nine cases out or ten it would Sar-- J MparilisiorKUathat people needHoods sea- A and Bresiding together on an es Â¬ havo proved a mistako but Esther was an E1iriSMltoWlillJo al this uncommon girl and to every ones surprise son it weal spring medicine tate had lost besides other employes Fred made a model husband How wns it ForywrssijDiowj was in an unhealthy condiWell Esther had a cheerful sunny temper tion My J arms and face were coTered with two chowkebars or native watchmen within a few days and the unfortunate and a great deal of tact Then she enjoyed KTofnlonsisBtaor and all the medlciDC that I re physicians did me no pood I iras ad perfect health and was always so sweet ceded of Hooda men had been actually carried out of neat and wholcsoma that Fred found his Tled to 7 sores Sarsapartlla After takln four pottle the were all healed up And after u the veranda of the bungalow A and own homo most pleasant and his own wife lnu hieh more agreeable than any other being As was well M healthy cost ma only Ore1 dollar 1 B therefore determined kidJ1L to clotho tho year passed and ho saw other women of Wkbbeb Lincoln Massas 1 eTerwas themselves like natives and sit during Esthers ago grow sickly faded and queru- Â¬ ho the night armed in the veranda in iuqie lousjewelrealized more andmoro that ho had Hoods or a wire a Good health was half they might be able to got a shot at the tho secret or Esthers success iSho re- Â¬ SoldbyalldrareMs tusixforli Prepared only mau oater who they thought might tained her vitality and good looksbccausc by C 1 WD A CO Lowell Mass sho wanted off feminine probably return to the spot which had ailments by tho uso of Dr weaknesses andÂ¬ Pierces FavorIOO Doses Ono Dollar already provided him with two victims ite Prescription They proceeded to carry out this in- Â¬ Adim had a sparo rib with apple sauce nnrEuYDn tention and sat up till about two or Rutton PoL three oclock a 111 but nothing ap- Â¬ uncAmwiLifl Excursions to Ottnwn Kansas A then said he should not stay peared ij firo have Island up any longer as he did not believe anThe Great Hockof one Route announces excursion rate first class faro for bottUsoRljUCream the animal would come B announced the round trip to Ottawa Kan and return Ralm and consider his intention of waiting a half hour on account of the annual meeting of the myself cared German Haptist Brethren tickets good for longer by himself There were large going passage May 5th to 29th inclusive fereJ 20 yeart Ituf frotn windows opening down to the floor of and ior return passage thirty days from catarrh and catarrh- Â¬ of sale Free chukcaks matrnificent theverauda and through one of these date Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Elegant al headache ani this A retired and after entering his room Day Coaches Uncqualed Dining Cars two ix the first remedy had just clofcd the window and was daily trains each way For further particu- Â¬ that ajordeil lotting lars HomnooK gazing out for an instant when he saw P A address1 EPAKy Chicago G T and relief D T Ulg C It 11L ginton 145laitkt dark mass land in the veranda right a Chicago Ml HAY EEVER A nOMK run running tho sewing ma- on to his friend lie then heard sounds x chine Life of a scuffle and a cry for help 13 reels r Seizing his rifle to which a sword U a Fact It bayonet was attached and Hinging irp that Dr Harters Iron Tonic is cooling to tho blood controls esccssivo perspiration the window he rushed out in time to nnil 11 ill nfl Ti1a i mi ftrAi fhnt rn ivl --eo B walking down the steps that lead characterizcdDy headache fainting spell I uml tip to the veranda alongside of the exhaustive spasmodic affections tin wilt II n nnrl nf1 ltfi In flltlwi tiger with bis hand in the hitters system ur4 mouth lie was afraid to fire lest he A xos est opinion tha coroners ver should hit hi friend so running after diet him he with admirable presence of THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER Far the ClKE r all Chronic IUrar mi ml went up to the tiger and plung Â¬ Doxt hawk hawk and blow blow flis Chronic nhnraatlra Scrofulous Complaint Ac everybody but uso Dr Sages ing his bayonet into the animals body Kusting Remedy GlacdBlarSwellmc Hacking Dry Couvh Cancerous Catarrh Affections Bleeding of the Luns Ujsrepia Wa at the same instant fired There was tT Brasa Wblto hwelllnirs Tumors Ulcers Hip niseis Gout Dropsy IllcfceK aIt Hbt nm Bron a roar and a sculllc and B took advan Â¬ a hotel An inn ovation banquet at chitis Consumption Diabetes Kidney Bladder UTer Complaints Ac tage of the moment to release his hand Jretztrs Weekly and the tiger after tumbling died Bs How Mr HrrTs Why dont you hand was terribly mangled Court uso Dales Tiikoatof Horchound and Tar Uoney Pure blood Journal Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute clear ssjn Ifaate w round flesh stron bono and a yon ould haTe your flesh Ann your FIGHTING A TIGER You Need It Now it8 THE CHLT TSUS 1 Â¬ Â¬ lne IRON TONIC Tl6 l a Sarsaparilla I CatarrH il BBrix7cH W o pec1 TONlCasafaand speedy cura GiTMaelwrbaaJ- thy romplazion Frequent attemtfs at constrrfeit lcconlradd to the lopolaritr of the oriels al Do notaperimnt srt ths OatontAXi AXS Birr Dr HArrrEirS LIVE PILLS k MCnr ConsttpationUTr Complaint and 8tcM Headache Sample TJoss and Dream Book on receipt ot two ceata In postage m laaiua THE ORHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY A ffl - psS Will jrcrifr tho BLOOD rtfuUt th LIVER and KIDNEYS a Kcrronz th HEALTH aadVZQV OR of TOOTH DrperlWaiit orAppeciie jiKiiejsttioruLacao mud a Btrenctn ana oiateiy cured Bone bos cm anu nerve rrtiv wm fore nllvu tn mia and rallM Brain Power Sariag from KnrIur uirJJJnJ St Louis Ma fm Tha Groat Nursery af PERCHERON HORSES 200 Imported Brood OI CHolcetFrunmes ilans wmyY ivncKsixriBERS All JLzea bclh Sexes IN STOCK DR RADWAYS RESOLVENT HHHK8LLaieieHI f LiBMsssssmssssssssi9B9U2 9 SarsapariluaN sifciir iS - Bsfmei LsJersBssf m XBBJaijKkUT9BaBJBBBMJtaBpSP from Franc all recorded with extended pedicreesju tha Vereheron Stud Books Tfce Frrrtwron ljlheonlj draft breed ot France poswssiEg a stud book thut has Um 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that bare accumulated and rpread either from un Wc E 1 Hicshiiie Warrca Pa wrings mens bosoms cured dlicases or mercury may rely upon n cure If Â¬ hesitated in their choice when the ques tha Sarsaparilla I continued a suQcient time 10 mate Its Impression upon the ytem tion was solved bj-- Bcbe Take this The cnderfnl curqs effectedby theSarsftpsrilllan CARPENTERS one mamma said he Kesolrent of Kidney Bladder Ovarian and Urinary it ha not Diseases Its marvelous power In dissolving stone Iarmers Butchers and others ClUf CM CBC been cut Golden Days and calculous concrcUonp curlnc Gravel Gleet and use our IVTK MAKE of OAtt rlLCn dichirses from the Genital Glands ita powers to file Hand nip Butcher Buck Irunlng and falrus and your complexion trtoi7 tiKins ram hits iuhstcots stusuufei wmt urnd the rSirlvfjaihun tX Saratoga it tikes oS iub lift itirtaiiontlow necks fW pg dm etc in ssirA stjle The 1ID llltj t by Opper iltili tlrf rrlr People craxy for tt SUThPARATOGA l JO an rations flU like 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old AlthoujrjsSnb Is a illtle I have a llttlo baby girl sue and appearance sho is healthy I girt your reme Â¬ delicate in dies all tho credit for curin inc as I took no other treatment after beginning- their uso I am very grateful for your kuidcess and thank God and thank you that I am as well as 1 aia after years of suffering 1 Co irs 1 i znnEii or to orKshire CaMartrcpapraise 2V rU writes nay a few words in I wih I Liver of your Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets For five years previous to taking thera I was a great 6ufferer I had a I Disease ecvere pain in my right side continually was unable to do mr own work I am hanor to av am now well and strong thanks to your medicines I Chronic Diarrhea Cured D Lazarre Esq- - 75 and tn Decatur Street Vctc Orleans La-- writes I used three bottles of the Golden Medical Discovery and it has cured mc of chronic My bowels arc now regular diarrhea Y I IVPR IllFIF DETECTIVE Â¬ UldtBOC I i B James Jackson- - the famous State detect ive resides inSmj Sing and is generally n attendance at tho prison oHis duties arc to examine carefully tho face of every convict as ho enters and to scrutinize every visitor in order to prevent any discharged convict seeing his pals Occasionally he has to mako long journoya in pursuit of runaway prisoners or to identify criminals convicte in othor States Ho never makes a mistake if oncotic looks a man in the era ho will know him under any disguise a ho tells his man by the look of his eyes Onco an escaped convict had his noo Dared down ono third but Jackson detected him at once notwithstanding this remarkable chango of feature ilr Jackson is about 5 feet a inches in heicht about K5 vcarsold of a light and sinewy build with black hair and piercing blact eyes and is altogether remarkably handsome Ho knows about 10CO0 crinnnasl and it is simply wonderful that he can distinguish tho features of ev- Â¬ ery one On his long journeys ho cats very moderately and always takes one Branu reth pill at night When much fatigued by tho jolting of tho cars on his tiresome trips ho uses two Allcocks Porous Plasters on the small of tho back which givo lum re-Â¬ newed visor and quickly relieve him of all weariness Thcso nro tho only two reme- Â¬ dies ho uses and ho attributes his vigor and remarkablo health to Allcocks Porous Plasters and Brandroths Pills Sing Sing Â¬ 1 sore throat and my mouth was badly cankered 3Iy liver was inactive and I suffered much from dvsnensia 1 am uleased to sav that vour Golden Medical Discovery and Pellets have cured me of all these ailments and 1 cannot say enough in their praise 1 must also say a word in reference to your Favorite Prescription as it has proen itself a most excellent medicisc for weak fcmalesc It has been used in my family with excellent results Dyspepsia James L Colbv Fiqof Yucatan Houston Co 2Iinn writes I was troubled with indigestion and would cat heartily and grow poorat the same time I experienced heartburn sour stomach and many other disagreeable symptoms common to toat aisorucr i commence taxing your Medical Discovery and Pellets Invigorates IGolden entirely free from the dyspepsia and am now and am in fact healthier than I have been for one hundred and I the System five years one --weigh pounds and havo seventy one and half done as i much work me past summer as I have ever done in the same length of time in my life I never took a medicine that seemed to tone up the muscles and invigorate the whole system equal to your Discotery and Pellets DynpepBla Theresa A CAss of Sprinnfuld Jfo writes I was troubled one year with liver complaint dyspepsia and sleeplessness but your Golden Medical Discovery cured me ATonf morencf S CL and Fever Rev H Chills Last August I thought E Mosletwith chills and fever writes I would die your Discovery and It stopped them in a very short time I took General Debility Mrs Farmelia Brcxdage of 161 Lock Street 1 was troubled with Isoekport V 1 writes chills nervous and general debility with frequent V 2 Daily Register A son or a ton Post gun Is apt tobo a borc Rot- - The Old Silver Spoon Hot frch in niy mind nre the day of mr flckne When I toea me in pain all U Tered and ore Tho burning the nauca the slnkloc and wemkness And eren the old jpoon tht tar medicine bore family jpoon spoon tho The old llrer The sick chamber poon thai my medicine bore now toth were my ferer parched Up to recelTe It How naufOus the tnn that it bore to my toncu And the pain at my Inward oh nanjhl could re- lleTelt ThouEh tear of dieut frommy eyeball It wrong The old MlTtr spoon the medicine s poon How awful the tutj that 11 left on my tongue Such is tho effect of nauseous griping medicines which mako tho sicK room a Thoroushly cleanse the blood which is the fountain of health by usias Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery aad good digestion a fair skin buoyant spirits and bodily health and vigor will be established Golden Medical Discover cures all humorp from the common pimple blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofulapor blood Especially has it proven its efficacy in cariay Salt rheum or Tetter Fever sores ilip join Disease Scrofulous Sorea poison and Swellings Enlarged Glands and Eating Ulcers help Hcv F AnrKY Howelt rattor of the SI E cad can walk with the sleep of crutchesanyHo does not suffer any one as well as pain cat and says Chutxh of Sdcerton jy NDIBESTiOH I was af-- about and canmonths since he commenced using It has only been a your medicine t i i i three tx it tiiin ii mm uuium mm iimiKuMiun nous nui 1 catyiot And words with which to express my gratitude for the E blotches began to ariso on tho surface of the Hflll R ne uas received through you Decent I began the use of Dr Pierces Hi nTtTHFR I dullness Skin DiecnBe TheDcmocratand News of Cambridge Maryland says 3Irs Eliza him for such complaints and in one weeks A Terrible Axx Poolk wife of Leonard Poole of Wil time T began to feel like n new man and am now sound and well Ifetrnjfiurv Vorchtftcr Co Jfd has been cured The Pleasant Purgatlvo Pellets are tho best remedy for bilious or AFFUGT13N of n bad case of Eczema by using Dr Pierces sick headache or tightness about tho chest and bad tnstc in the Golden Medical Discovery The disease ap- Â¬ mouth that I have ever used My wife could not walk across the peared first in her feet extended to the knees floor when she began to tako your Golden Medical Discoverv covering tho whole of the lower limbs from feet to knees then Now sho can walk quite a little ways and do some light work attacked tho elbows and became so severe as to prostrate her After being treated by several physicians for a year or two she Mrs IrA M Strong of Ainsworth Zni writes She soon Hip Joint My little boy had been troubled with hip Joint commenced the ufc of the medicine named above Mrs Poole thinks disease for two years When he commenced tho began to mend and is now well and hearty use of your Golden Medical DiscoerT and the medicine has saved her Hfo and prolonged her days Disease Mr T A attes or xttt ieu juarwr xnrtntKcr couniy jua Pellets ho was confined to his bed aed could not bo moved without suffering irreat rjain But Touches for the above facts he is able to bo up ail the time now thanks to your Discover- THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE J -- 99 c o memory of horror Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgatlvo Pellets on tho contrary aro small sugar coated easy to take purely vegetable and perfectly effective 35 cents CONSUMPTION WEAK LUNGS SPITTING OF BLOOD GoLtinx Medical Discovert cures Consumption which is Scrofula of the Lungs by its wonderful blood purifying invigora Â¬ ting and nutritive properties For Weak Lungs Spitting of Wood Shortnessof Breath Bronchitis Severe Coughs Asthma While it promptly cures tho severest Coughs it strengthens the system and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy purines the blood and It rapidly builds up the system and increases the flesh and weight of those reduced dciott the usual standard or ncalta by wssuiiir uisesiswj 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tried tho Cod liver oil as a last a skeleton could not sleep nor rest and many treatment but I was so weak I could not keep it TO IIP out die on my stomacn My nusriana not reeling Htasfied I A Skeleton times wished to you to be you of my misery I told me you had and then consulted to trive me ud vet thouirh ho had bouirhfenr mo hones of eurinir me but it would take time I everything he siw adcrtiscd for my complaint procured a quan Â¬ tity of your Golden Medhal Discovery I took only four bottles took five months treatment in all The first two months 1 was almost discouraged could not perceive any favorable symptoms and to the surprise of everybody am tolay doing my own work third month I and am entirely free from that terrible cough which harrasscd mo but the nowrccito howbegan to pick up in flesh and strength - I step by cannot Brn and rcahtiea-ofnight and day I have been afflicted with rucumarism forw wcnber retumliMT health gradually but step the developed thcfflaelTraP serelr years ana now feel so much better that I believe with a conÂ¬ To day of the scales at one hundred and sixty and am well I tip tinuation of your Golden Medical Discovery I will be rostored to perfect health I would say to those who are falling a prey to and stron Our principal reliance in curing Mr Dowso terrible disease every- Â¬ I did take that terrible diseaso consumption do not do as Discovery in the was the Golden Medical Discovery thing else first but tako the Golden Medical early stag or tho disease and thereby save a great deal of suf-Â¬ Joseph F McFartjutd Esq- - Athens Z- fering and bo restored to health at once Any person who is had frequent bleeding writes Ileemc the lungs My wife she commenced using- from still in douTrt need but write me inclosing a stamped scir your before nddressed envelope for reply when the foregoing statement will She has not Golden Medical Discovery had any since Ha use For some six months I of Ulcer Cared ISAAC i-E Dowss -Esq- - The toxin Vaptv- discontinued it the has been feeling so well that she baa McdiGolden Jl I V WCAUlfiU VV a viaL Ax author is a queer animal crows out of his head His tala Â¬ Oxtoex Ccue Throat lung nervous diseases Book free UrGeppcrtCincinnati0 A max who docsbcslneis on a largo scalo iV a coal dealer doses of nii BROxenms is cured by frequent small Pisos Cure for Consumption A rnnnnooTESi the man who does not pay his cobbler Â¬ At THE MARKETS LIVE STOCK Cattle Common Choice Butchers HOGS Common Good Packers SHEEP Good to choice IAMHS Good to choice Cincinnati May 17 i so a 250 an 50 - 1 3 Ki 3 IO 4 TO 3 10 Â¬ FLOUK Family GHAIN Wheat No 2 red Xo Srcd Corn No2mixeil Oats Xo2 mixed Kre No 2- HAY Timothy Xo 1 TOBACCO Medium Leaf 610 3C SO ft 3 ft an 54 ftlW 0570 ft 4 G 85 81 43 315 fimLmk 30 10 X ieai PROVISIONS Pork Good iATd other nations for the foreign trade Brooklyn Eagle m Â¬ - known mathematician who lives in Macon Ga and who has pubÂ¬ lished a scries of arithmetics recently Com No 2 mixed- 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Douglas 2hhos Bf genutnt unless name ana frsest tare iffraud ione I DOUGLAS Brecktoa X Vt yon want Bxusr and CCK at jowr kfiac aend for DR J A 8HKRMAV3 circular ol Instructions zh Broadway New tort cfroxls WTT 7TAaiaBSEVVTDs S3 Shoes advertised svaamii jta sm jzz hF3sm aas- m saaaaaj tT tr RUPTURE FKEE 65 A MONTH mx to Tonnj Men or Indies tn each ceaaty V W Z1KULKU X CO PhlladalpUa A BAT 5 TO 99Llnetnotuadertheliorteafeet MwUwewwvr Hmtaumi Saatrtes worth St Wrtto id GRAIN-Wfeat- -No AXK E 113- - WHEX WKITfXe TO A VEKTIaERS riXMC state that yea saw tk Advflllianat ta Ma toNiE Afc liiti a J 1 - I Jt jhh fir - I if i 6 V 4S r- t wS- - J Nr J 7 rSJ-At- - H - - JTWWU V SHSJ r a E SRSCh i s aVV1 p i rrwCrTTi rrtjfr S At xc 1 abraaa5BJOJartVjvSrv LOCAL NEW 8 Mct revived It was suspended sever- jioiut Union City Anchor al weeks since Jt seems probable fromVall the minors alloat that IJntftington Ladies vro havo the prettiest and most complete lino of Dress contemplates or or would like a Mississippi trnns Mfcsissippi Goods and Tiimming i in the connection In fact wo have city All the latest diaries and I heard new fashions from the cheapest that it from others who beard it lluntintrton had Worsted to the finest all wool pondencc with our hai corrcs Goods Would he pleased to Chattanooga people Nashville ail as to arrange linvoyou call and inspect them ments for running a train over Go SrviiTH Ellison the Nashville NortliweHtern Calico handsome styles host track from Paducah Junction to qnality 0 cents Beautiful Dress Hickman 33ut mark it- md kind- Ginham8c - Dress luttons oo ly bear it in mind for lutnro ex per dozen at oneration that the Couriku as Cos Smith Ellison serts nothing as a fact uboutthis The Governor of Tennessee or any other railroad matter Wo rajor of aslivillo and citizens havo been fooled too oftcu thats havo invited President Gloveland whats the matte to visit Nashville May 27th Incitement in Texas Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ y Dr 1 M Hubbard was mar Â¬ j iimuiiK anion some ot our most pro Â¬ gressive business men noir fo tow soon ried to Miss Rosie White on May w X M Elmll we have a branch of i The Stnto Meilical Society V It K The branch vill leave the main 10 at the Methodist Church m Rev Dr road somewhere between Harris Station IJrooksville Florida ts in Pailticuh June loth church ami Paducah Junction jaa ty Unicn Ainstead officiating bo City and strike the Lake at the nearest was beautifully decorated by ThoViefcliffe Journal t SJS23j ETWcXI islo lhe W IX Pi A TIP -- if v lurvce Bant J y -- nro u nra Pi S II FSI Ii v 91 J Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris Tex by the remarkable recovery of Mr J E Corley who wan so Cos Ssirnr helpless he could not turn iu beI or raise his head everybody Western Kentucky was Riven Consumption Atrial8aid he was dying of Dr Kingrt the tail of the Democratic ticket New Discovery was sentbottle ofFinding rehim Well well try and see that the lief he bought a large bottle and box of tail adds strength to the body j Dr Kingn New Life Pilla by the time be Yard wido Tirown Domestic good ijnnlity He at Ellison Â¬ distinct Gods blessing asked OftSll maj rnificcnt lino tlv nf ttn Tlicnirnrv hr irm ac ill nnd hnr they turned to tho left passing ttiercs in spring Shades at 23c pained in flesh thirty six pounds Trial J through another arch with the lipttles of this Great Dincorcry for von weuyortii uUc Tho lotter H over their heads Bjiitii- - Ellison Cos Eumption free at all Drugguus bride looked more lovely than Lovers of astronomy can in usual in white Albatross trimmed this month witness the conjunc- farm Masked robbers broke into a iu lace aud bud with roses in house near Harrington Bel her tion of tho nlancts saturn and hair and at her belt The venus which will take place on tied the owner and his wife to the groom wore orango blossoms bed posts and rifled tho premises the 30th will remain a few with securing 3000 in cash and bonds They parents returning days New her by Lost A bunch of four Keys They then drove away in the far- Orleans May they be happy in on last Monday iu City Cemetery mers carriage In these days Pleaso leave at Iiiukiuan post when good banks and so many each others love God bless them A Friend office good merchants have safes is it for men to All the prisoner speak in the not fool hardinesskeeping large tempt robbery by On ronday evening last the very highest terms oj Jailer Walsums of money at homo in the young people of Hickman gave lace Ueis firm but kind to them can be Fulton county never had a better country If the itpeople not only another ono of those enjoyable it is brought to see dances for which they have beone Fultouian safer but they can keep their ac come sp popular at tho residonco A delegate or precinct con- counts and expenses much more of Capt and Mrs Shuck An invention for Graves county has correctly and satisfactorily by de vitation to their delightful homo been called to meet at Mayfield positing their money in a good always assures an evening of unonthe third Saturday in June solvent bank and checking it out alloyed pleasure As host and for tho purpose of nominating a as they may need it hostess they entertain in happy candidate for tho Legislature from style The party gathered about that county TZip Vcnllrt Unnuinjon S30 oclock and when music Our 6250 Ladies Kid Button W D i tSuli DrugRist Ilijipu1 Ind tes arose with its voluptuous swell r i Xiicuinu I imcrn l Shoe cant be beat for style fit lines vorycan reenmmenu Every bottle sold merriment sparkling iu every ee best remedy as the Hiitldurnbilttv Every pair war- - has iven rehet in every esse Une man and merrier feet in perfect tread I took six bottles through the c and was cared of Rheu nipved gracefully ranted Abriham stately dance and twirled through matism of 10 years RtanJing SxiTn Ellison Co Hare Druggist Uellville Ohio affirms t the labarynthal mazes of the gid- aprl The best felling medicincl have ever bdy waltz- - The occasion was one Dr C II Hubbard nuhlishps handled in my HO years experience ia of tho inost enjoyable of tho Thonsands a notice oi mucn interest to soiro Electric Bittera testimony of others season im Vvii r Kct that th have added their in this weeks Courier Wo feel verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters names of those present was surohemcaus business- - Verbitm do cure all diseases of the Liver Kidneys kindly furnished us iSupicnti Miss Whites many fiiends Mrs Dr Stringer and Miss Lilly White taking charge much of its beauty was due to their taste and judge ment Tho windows were decorated with palms banana leaves and garlands of liowcrs There wits an arch in front of the altar from which was Mispenricri ft mar riago bell composed of magnolia buds and blossoms The air was laUeneri witli Capo Jasaininc or ange blossoms and many other tropical flowers it was liko a fairy bower lovely to behold Miss May Eriger of Manchester England sat at the organ At half past eight p in two little girls and boys came up tho i3lo strew Â¬ ing flowers and keeping time with the sweet notes of tho weddinir march Soon followed Dr J M Hubbard with his lovely bride Marching up the right isle through an archawith a floral W suspended thence to the altar stopping under the bell facing tho audience The ceremony was solemn and impressive the responses clear and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tA To sliow you the prettiest stock of Goods in the city Our Now Spring Goods arc all in and our slock is very full and complete in every depart Â¬ ment AVith hargains in every line It would taktf all the space in this paper t tell you of all the bargains we havo but vvc mention a few which you will find in the local columns Bead of them and then come and exam- Â¬ ine the Goods and you will quickly be convinced that they are really bar- Â¬ gains We have the Goods benight low and we propose to sell them at a very small profit Come and sec us We 2iil not be undersold Bcspcptfully Uiiuklons Arnica Siilvc The Ue3t Salre in the world for Ctilp Bruises J rirey Ulcers Salt Ithctiri Fever Teltjr Chcpped Hind Chilblains fSore---t Corn and all akin Lniptioiis nnu po si It lively cures llie or no pay required is guaranteed trt cive perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 23 ctnts per box For sale by all Drmjcists Oil Lobs Yew lata with quite a line of New Cbo ls just received go fcti- We have plated on our counters many articles far be- Â¬ low their real valuS These Goods were accounted in our invichtbrv this spring at extreme low prices and have bttn marked down accord c have many articles that the ladies cah use and tliev will coU ingly RibbonH Tnf vou but a trine ti7 Tt iid V rltirrpi f nrfla nfiil Toa I3 m 1L ril il xauiu vjioiusj sels merbiis to itemize Tii connection bfflunn TOR PITCHEPfS DRESS GOODS SHOES Also hahasorae line in new Dress Fabrics Cash mereSj Tricots Al balros Camels Hair Boucles Cloth and other Woolen Fabrics besides- we have quite a line df Sattc ens Ginghams PbngeeS White Goods India Linens c all at the very lowest prices Handsome Trimmings to match all Goods the cheapest Embroideries and Insert ins ever slidwn ih this market Mens Suits Shoes and Boots greatly Hats for 50 Cents worth double the money Jnbt receiVtrt femibed an elegant line of our s A7 Kl a Â¬ wnl COUNTY ASSOCIATION The Educational Association met at Palestine on Saturday the 14th inst As most of the schools have closed only five teachers were Â¬ the celebratetliW L Douglas 3 Shoes also the Win Cosgrovc Shbei for Ladies and Misses This Slioc has so well and favorably advertised Centaur Unimcnt Is tho most itself in this community that we deem it unnecessary to speak bf its wondorful Paln Curer h not only to fill its space in tlie world Iins over known iieu but we mean exactly Wtnt we say and hope to be understood tbat5 Come and see us As evei yours way fine Custom made Shoes for Men- both in LoV and High Cut in sev- Â¬ eral styles We guarantee every pair of these Shoes Still carrying - Cbuijjj r J PLAUT BROS THE DEERING CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T7i -- -- I Party are to bold a convention The Kentucky Union Labor in or Blood Only a half dollar a bottle at all Druqgista -11 1 The Courier this week re- Louisville to nominate 4t State cd P ticket They will nouiualcThobc tna V01nn ron or anauegeu sue I ountaiu people Governor again considering an extension to Jr Seott Alexander is nejjo- - Hickman bat the COURIER refn tiatins to start a bank at Clinton scs to tip or to believe one word and the Democrat says we can of it further than that it is merely safely assure onr readers that the some brakcmans surmise or 44 Hank of Clinton will ho in sur- - jrness In fact the Courier nev cessfnl operation by tho 1st of cr intends to see or admit that it August c thinks it sees another ratlroadJ A full and complete lino of Towels Napkins Crashes Table1 puujucr itiOn sieei raws xmise very low We havo lfellows who knew tho road was Covers A uiiuuu in cuuiu uiiiwj cau run Some extra bargains in this lino 9 these booms hereafter Co Smith Ellison -- up-for Tayor Saunders Miss Eunie McCutchen Ed Dancey Miss Porler of aaliville Joe Welch Mis Carrie Scott Walter Kingman Miss MGoalder John Moore of Nashulle Miss Mattu B B j Tom Dillon Mips Nannie Wnrren T T Kwaync Mis Carrio Raraagc John Baker Miss Annice Efiinper John Taylor Miss Men Dieitelbrink George Rojjerj Miss Cora Montgomery Jim Wheeler Mis Lon Montgomery Will Ramajre Miss Mai Underwood Arthur Taylor Miss Claudia Donason JMc3Jrs O Dunn and Dick Alexander 1 iu ITS DELICACY OF FLAYOft And the efficacy of its action have rendered the famous liouid fruit remedy Syrup ot Figs immensely popular It cleanses and tones faprli up the clogged and- tevensii Obion Station is making des- - tom dispels headaches colds and tip nmfMt perate efforts to havo the pro cures Habitual ConstipaJposetl railroad that is to run fevers i i i u tion Dyspepsia and the many ills through the county pass by their depending on a weak or inactive f U0 mil tn Wnrt CREASING commenced right awav It will town instead of passing through condition of the Kidneys Liver wmwwins v nvit be built about one mile further up Troy as has been supposed it and Bowels For salo iu 50 cent AND nam cVkW Damascus M E J Madden s light and 63 bottles by T T Swayne TRIBUTE OF RESPECT would Looking at it in the the bayou than where the old please that if Troy gets the railroad Union Co drnggists Clinton street Miss writes You will Hughes Wiieheas It hasplcaged an Almighty WAGON REPAIR SHOP bridge was mo another case of send City can ucwr hope to havo the Hickman Ky Manufactured oiilyJToic lata a- omr Providenre to suddenly remove from It is as- - raid our friend und brother Williamour t0 Forcst Mis s B Seersuckers oc per yard and county site of course Union City by the California lug Syrup Co HICKMAN AT CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED tonishh to notc th c rapidly in llummer be it up PRESCRIPTIONS SiitTii Ellison xox is in sympathy with Obion Cos ouii r iiiuuicu vjhi creasing demand for HughesVTon- - Ui JCesolced iliatin tlie ilcatii ot our saw All kindjof Farm Machinery Plows Union City Anchor rkilir tliia rnrnnmnitT Ima lnt R Mr Win Murkorson ic to sell one nottic oi 11 insures and valued citizen and Hickman ntminrh Wagons c repaired on short notice and Lodye o Mr W1J McGehee died workmanlike manner u Paducah on last Saturday a much larger sale We pronounce No 12 It T of T a true and faithful in fSrNew Wagons c made to order in InV Prcst qK it ALEXANDER Calk in this county Thursday last of The lato town elections C BALTZEK H BUCHANAN Prat it by far tho best medicine wo member his family a kind husband and for tho feblS diana show that the Democrats voted tho 200000 tax by a voto handle and cheerfully recommend loving father consumption He had only reacho ver railroads i ed home from Texas the evening have mado sweeping gainsMn that it to all those troubled with chills For 30 years had W 13 Plu miner been 1 811 for to 21 against the propbefore his death He was a worthy State carrying many towns which of Prepared by R A an active business member of this commu osition A peoplo who work thus aud fever and always heretofore went Bepubli citizen Wholesale nity daily poing in puree out amongst us Co wel- Robinson were ever ready and his hand and his The old solidly together for the public can by good majorities Ky Sold Heres the sum tho llepnbli Democratic States standing solid fare cannot fail to realize a sub Druggists Louisville generally to help the needy and tbe afllicted aUA Resolved That we as members of Hick cans of Kentucky worked out in with tho immense gains iu Massa- stantial and real boom The Co- at retail by Druggists 12 R T of T extend to man Lodge No their recent State convention chusetts Rhode Island and sev- urier is glad to seo this expresHOW LOST HOW RESTORED the family and relatives of our deceased progress in the a naught Aggers a fig eral sion of life and Naughts light in Kentucky brother our heartfelt sympathies and that Jnt pnMIhft new edition of Or Culver Tho hottest Western States ger all for the white man none look like tho Dbinocrats makes it metropolis of the Pnrchase When politics this year is whether the eacli member of our Order wear the usual trolls Cololrntecl Essay on the radical ca will havo Involnne bctnlunl a citys own peoplo exhibit conh- - negroes aro to control tlie itepuu bsdge of mourning for 30 days in rcpect of SrraxTiiKBlia or IuroTENcrWeakness ami lhj for the nigger How many col a sweeping victory in 1SSS 3Irntil tary Swluil Iww memory of our deceased brother Impediment to MarrUc etc ored men in Fulton are there who lcl Incapacity deucc in its future it excites a lican party or that party to still to the Resolved That these resolutions be pub also CoNSCMiTins Kpurrv mid Kit IuduccU by Being regularly organizetl and ready for business wc respectfully policit the patronar 6 can do this sum like confidence in the outside control eexual negroes Tho lished in the Hickman Coubicr and that elMndnlsnce orauthor rxtraaganco Ac tiny the of all All colllections made for depositors free of chaige Approved In this admirable Tho Mr Gcorgo Saffarans of world Hurrah for Paducah claim to havo tho brains a copy of the same be presented to the rlcnrlr clbrtfd from a thirty J ears snecrssfu paper running three or four months discounted at the ilaninntmtcs whites We have a full line of Custom Paducah has secured the appointpractice tha tho alarming concquencca cf sclfl family of the deceased rate of per cent per annum and the colored folks tho votes Made Clothing in Mens Boys ment from this District as cadet rnJIcnlly cured tointins out a mode abuso may W L IMcCctctiek of cure at onco pimple certBiu onl clfectnal by ami Youths at very lowest prices at tho Military Acadamy at West brains against muscle but the SYRUP OEFIGS com R M Mctiuiny meons of which encry uflercr no matter what his Perfect fitting and satisfaction Point after a competitive exami- Manufactured only by tho Califor- Louisville darkies deny that the condition miy c may tnro himself cheaply pri T M FjjzNCir ately and radically gauranteed Co San Francisco whites have thcadvantagin brains rSThU lecture should bo in tho hands of OTcry nation in which there were four nia Fig Syrup proved the youth and every man Iu the Und Co K M ALEXANbEft C BALTZER G B TnRELKELD lt Smith Ellison applicants Mr Will Raraage of Cal is Natures Own true Lax- and say they cut off the difference Pent under eal In a plain envelope to any ad H BUCHANAN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS limb that when they Lapnj drcj potf pit on receipt of four cents or two J W COWG1LL W C JOHNSON ative It is the most easily taken Hickman was a close second Addreiw potais stamp them by refusing to Tho Courier does not strive says a dispatch from Mr Burnett aud the most pleasantly effectivo supported tno negro COv Hickman Ky May 17 18S7 THE UIVKWKIL MEDICAIjBox M Y lor lvogister Post Offico sys- recognize 41 Ann SftNew York to exercise a personal influence one of ctho Examiners and the remedy known to cleanse the met Prc3ent Mayor French Council trrSnml for trlnl nenf free on up Councilmen Witting Cole Buckner Ste plication either iu politics or the matter of Courier supposes this entitles tem when bilions or costive to The Fulton Fnltonian wants phens and Brown Jun IIy public enterprises disenssed in its Will to tho appointment as alter dispel headaches colds and feSWORN vers to cure habitual constipa- the Legislative convention to columns It simply submits facts uato should one be named tion indigestion etc Forsalo in meet at that place If they would Councilman elect Otto Ilertweck being and arguments and leaves these THE WEEKLY 50 cents and 100 bottles by T call a Senatorial convention at preheat waaduly sworn by Mayor French liko seed planted to grow and The Pump factory will deter J T Swayne Co dinggists Clinton tho same time Fulton certainly nnu looK ma scai as councilman ior nai- multiply if tho soil is adapted to RCIA L mine prooaoiy next week whetn- - stroot Hickman K3 Would bo the better place Tt aneo of tho ensuing term omsmLE ii ccc etc minutes or they will move their works Wo have ample accommo- TTue approved of the last meeting wero says read and signed The prettiest lino of Laces from tho present location to ACCOUNTS ALLOWED An opportunity for any one dation for as many as may attendf j aud Embroideries over shown in grounds near new depot or not Como to Fulton and wo will give The following accounts were presented the city at extremely low prices The business of the company has with a small capital to engage in you a hearty reception properly approved which on motion were One Year 75c From let per yard up allowed and checks ordered issued for the more than doubled in the last established and successful busiamounts Smith Ellison3 Co twelve months Tn their new lo- ness is offered by Mr-- J T PI urn The boilers in tho Jo Wade 6 Months 40c Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States Witting for sundries aprl 59 46 cation when determined they mer in this weeks Courier factory at Fulton exploded on J B J Lattus blackamilhinj Bead his advertisement 5 00 Gov Knotts ternf- expires will build more permanent houses Wednesdav morniner about S T V Wallace dieting prisoners 2 10 OFFICE AT Co VRT UO tfSEi Sept Gtb this year On tho same increase their capactyc East INDEFINITELY roSTrONED oclock killing Fred George John Hickman property would bo much p On motion the amendment to the 3rd Come Come Come Come Roscoo and ono colored man and Cheapest day Simon Bolivar Buckner Is to apr rHSiaKlMjAEr Sec 5 be inaugurated as his successor benefitted if they locate in that everybody and seo tho beautiful seriously wounding Jim Lucas clauBS ofas offeredArt 2 of the retised or-dinance at the last display of hats and bonnets laces William Licoum and John Colo the Council was indefinitely meeting of At least thals the way tho Cour portion of town Published postponed feathers and flowers now on dis- man aud slightly wounding 3 or fixed it up and you know IBRjias On motion tho Council adjourned LOWER and LOWER of Mij lS8f4 tbe WILL S HATS Editor AUkUds of Groceries haras sides c On Satnrday sale 21st daymBtha eredit The my8teriousbut comelv play at the Millinery Bazaar All others Attest the Courier cannot lie though ofTer for oh 18 in somethings its editor might be stranger who has been observed who have an eye for the beautiful WL JIcCUTCHEIf C C will not m ckep M the cheapest 1 WITTINQ be lwill late resxeente of B W SleplieM at the JOHN so frequently lately coming and will find tho rich and varied asmistaken Contains tho news of tho world wdemM deceased all the persondI effeett of paid The storm and water spout of Â¬ sortment a feast to dazzle and up to date of publication Bead Consisiiag erf household and A Good Ilnslncss for Sale decedent Our Own S3 00 Shoe is the going in and about the village so daze their eyes where fancy shape Friday last did considerable dam lady like andmodest it is said is kitchen furniture 8 head 6f horses aad The Saddlery nd Harness House Stock ing Matter interesting and in- Â¬ c DF SEASON 188T mules 50 head of hogs 27 Iietd of cattle ago to foncing young crops best mens shoo made for the price all Goodwill c structive to every homo contri Button Laco and Congress every creating somewhat of a sqnsation and color are mako so beautifully in the section along tho Dyers Business offered for sale of Plummer 20 head of sheep 250 bnshela old com 100 Faris is and mark it on reasonable but the ladies generally are not blended as to to Music Song Art 2 j acres pair warranted acres perfect So como and gather to burg road but notwithstanding terms Tha business has been established butions Agriculture and Com- Â¬ Fulton Blooded Stallions corn of growing wheatacres clover gUtwiagj very communicative as to her 10 acres oats 90 pastare this tho cut worm army worms ind Buccessfully running for two years Science Smith Ellison Co FCLTOX KEXTUCKY mission a certain young Miss has yourself some of all this beauty and other impediments wagons plows farming ntersils aad bagg Fulton nd a sale is desired because of the death merce and aprl S W LUTON Adtfef told her best young man friend that others may seo the good it countj just now has a spleudid of W B Plummer and the necessity of Ono firxt clif Two 8totlrf bred Trotters rTho Padncah papers aro now that said mysterious lady has a does and profit thereby Market Reports Saddle ttwe One ClydtaUU Draft IIotm Ouc mayl3 2t winding up his estate For terms Reliable c crop grospect address haildihgl railroads million dollar class in Dermatology and that Respectfully NjlrfTrIl first cls Snthwrtit Kentucky i Mlsrct toct ixti J T PLUMMER Admr cn bo found in bridges extensivo tactory plants quite a number of young ladies Mrs Jones the Htck mayCOtf If Bnckner Cratllcy Fox and c c with tho graco of Ches and a larger number of married B n 4 SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE w lnTiH lniiccliun of outJ Y KKKEMAN Ky And get your Dlacksntithin and general for I alluii Thobe tho four candidates Kcpairing dose at I wi terfield and tho ease of Mulberry ladies aro members otthe class Y M C A Governor canvass togother and Notice Kau tor Jfaducab Kellers The best young man friend too Tho Young Mens Christian As- meet iu joint discussion it will t All those indebted to mo will please Make Your Homes Happy Mr Pat Cusick tho well diffident to ask his fair informant sociation will meet in tho M E make aii all day job of it come forward and pay their notes as soon as possible as all my outstanding claims known tinner has opened a Job has since been askingolder men church Sunday afternoon at Corner of Ohion an Exchange StfteU Take op as strays by M A Mc Daniel must be settled between now and the 1st Sample Copies and Premium 5 mitejiJeaft of llickman Ky 6n Shnek HIC2MAJT Shop up stairs over Wittings fciuiiuuioKYr iuiswer oclock Everybody invited Gen Buckner was Gi years of August as it Is joaj 3 Mares one an iron gray with work intention to re grocery and is propared to do Tho scienco of preserving ones Subject for discussion Shall old on the first day of April and move from this part dt the country this List mailed free to anyaddreM marks ike other a bright sorrel with Goxxl Work at Rock bottoiii Trice Mj of all kinds of ropajring roofing beauty Agents wanted overywhere we give ot shall we not give vokedK The owner should come imme Biotof Col Bryan tho candidate for fall To those who have money which they wish to invest I have some first guttering c Give him a call diatciy SB save cost of posting next Address Mark xii 10 Lieutenant Governor is not35 class mortgages which I will sell SarniLls WORK a yciaUy Wf or leave orders at Wittings gro- week aue county bridges were Leader II B Brevard years of age uutil sometinio next J0HNF6RAY C II IIUBDARD A Ipuisuille Sommertfa MAMcDAXIEL Cjpy wrecked by the stormJJFridaylast W T Wilson Socy month Louisville Ky 4 1 uuruuu T08 iii Tnfn tk iiil rr 4 -- - ss Â¬ -- 5 Two marriages were duly solemnized this week by Judge UL Naylor in the County Clerks oilice County Clerk Taylor giving the brides away in each instance KJ3 BA3H amid tho happv congratulations On thcJ2th Mr V M Covey present to Mrs M M Matson DEALERS Ifi The press of work replanting On the JGth Mr John Henry o premium was awarded DRUGS MEDICINES COOKS Tlie first corn cut down by the worms pre- Axtell to Mrs Mary E Coleman STATIONERY and School Supplies this Binder at the Louisville Expo- Â¬ vented tho ationdanco of tho far0 Fancy GOODS TOYS nn1 liCTUiife sition last year for Durability mers in the neighborhood Never A Fulton county official has and Sim SUNDRIES TAINTS OILS WINES and LIQUORS for Medical use theless the fow who attended been offered a 500U position by Light Draft Strength plicity entered heartilyjnto tho work a mining company in California Agektsfoe THE Prof Isbell displayed his usual but has finally determined to rezeal and W B Hughes made main in Fulton count SOX- Ho has fiomo lofty llights in eloquence fo000 worth of fun annually by but the grandest of all was Miss staying among people he likes and 1 ol J7 of th w 1imlffi nt yr Ic ryon Krcry Nol imerrtunir Kvo entire Eddings rendition of Jennie who like him A 1EIAIjTV t wnmnidud body whu bought ouc of me liiphl II DKITZKI well was this piece them McNeel So LaprS 1887 ncrcx villi recited that wo could almost hear Six convicts escaped from tho T rntnvrrinoInst Hason till Icorms AU Stel woiul linl micliino lliiiiliT the clatter of hoofs the-- roar of Eddyvillc penitentiary Wednes Â¬ Twine cheerfully fy It U a uinIoiiMlly tho ami l inl thin cuiintry Illniler the thunder and the whistling of day and a reward of jj0 each is tuy jet intnxiii nauiu lvinl thin year Wunt to tho nmither ri I hnve the bullets So vivid was the1 offered for their re capture Their cr 2UI acre to cut ALBKUT JtOlER word painting that by the Hash of names are Lewis Hector- - Jim With My entire he t ernp of CO acre I cut vith the It lierrr mlfi Atl Stetl Twine lliuilcr iiioiigiiiuiugwc iloe Ha Murk Street Bob Iiobcrtson- - Deerlnu Imnille Tho LjiUlk carrier WsiKKED tyini a alAbo u completely I iiuupviB DEALER IN Albert Donald and Sim Stone sun me slippery rocus inu ncau All but the first are negroes W Ulio jilemure In recommemling tho DeerinR AII tecl Twine lliuilr to the forjnere of tlili com long fall tho broken arm tho ItATlng cut our eropinilh thit machine munity fho dazzling bright it tolii8 guoI nn streaming hair Bradley tho Bepublicnn nom wo Vnow Uiuiler jet Introducedthe lxt nnJ helieve it into this country tho beet eyes the graceful leap the entire inee lor Governor is classed by AiarET Koritt II KllMilTOS race for life ana uio triumph ott Ws gl a I Johnhov rters as u matllcBS or tho heroic in aulen Jennie Mecllat0 whcrea8 jjnckncr deals onlv John Xoet l V JIcConmI seemed to bo passingin panoramic nfltSjUHl argulIieilts W T NnoNAN 0n the iirMiT TrrA8 view oeiorc our eves ba- stump we shall havo a joint WMqirtD oc Tho School Mam carried us back cushion between windy eloquence c John ULiteit to our schoolboy days when she and sledge hammer tiuths Tli csc Binders warranted to give furnished the stripes and we saw satisfaction together with tho stars Gov Knott and Hon I A Tho Association adjourned to Spaulding were hung in effigy at meet at Sylvan Shade June II Henderson Ky last week The THE DEERING OWER I8S7 As this will be our last cause was the rcspito of McElroy A full supplyof all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand meeting for this scholastic year ra immleji r sentenced to be banged AnyHBook Magazine or Paer you may desire whichis not in stock None belter For sale by and as much important business tno same day Hanging ono in will be promptly procured for you by leaviugyour order- will como before tho Association effigy is only a poor ploco of ig J menaring for tho District Associ- norant spite G W JOHNSON S immAMtim ntion nt Miirrav June 17th and isth and also for tho Institute Since tho earthquako and we hope to havea lull attendance volcano prophets camo to the of tho members ami friends aprS 2m front with what they had predictA MEMBEIt ed about that Arizona volcano and found later that it was only B LATTUS - SfAIEIt afire THE DEMAND RAPIDLY IN Â¬ the woods from they have not Paducah News been heard nniTwin mm 2 T w1 O IK IDITJCH-Q-ISTS- I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Domestic Sewingi Machine i lt 1 il it-u-wi- ui HIS I f glllIIB SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS Newspapers Periodicals Magazines Stationery cBooks I 4 Â¬ THE PLD RELIABLE CHAS A HOLOOMBE mm m - BLACKSMITHING J i -- wm mm i - cc s I son-in-la- w Â¬ Â¬ Gyer-the-B- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HI C 1 H S n CAPITAL ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 850000 A Â¬ Â¬ 1x5 J Â¬ Â¬ DieEanoR3- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T M FEENOH Â¬ 1 ill u ranee up em Â¬ Firs Life marine and accident Â¬ - 1 EETjp iei Â¬ Â¬ liir lt STOICS Â¬ J F GEATS tuar-26-t- m Â¬ f j rt G p 1 I c lib rHDp Sp Tf uv a j A A PV U - i Mil a j- - trmr- - -- 1 w C L to I7iPrz Jt- fit - V hktir - 14 it wit thing TO mow Wo have placed on our coun Â¬ We have bomrhtiho largest ABOUT some Ladies Misses and Chiand nicest lot of 3cns 11 I038 ters Straw Hats we ever hud and you ldrens sido laco Kid Shoes which Tlljilry Knt rriir will lie surprised how very cheap wo offer for less than half their DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET The iuteligence that a These aro good has broken looSo in the aridvolcino you can get a nice hat at original cst wastes o Tor Governor Shoes for little money T AmiKigs Sons m 3 of Arizona must cause a thrill of s it bcckskk Ambergs Sons J AMllt ltillll ill till Ir v iuil oir every ofHart Cuunty right minded aud publie spirited Kcr Lieutenant Gorerjior give us aurganiz7vtion It has always been a American J W HKYAJC KY NEGJIOES HOWL The Republicans intend lo organize the source of mortification that not Kenton Giuuty of State by school district ami there will not withstanding onr magnificent v v For AttfrrrT Getrrmt be a diy after July 1 that they wl not TI1E PVRTr ASIIA3IED OF H13I waterfalls out limitless prairies our r W HAHDlN know jjt where they Ntand how many Notwithstanding the fact that mighty mcrs and stupendous - of 3roer Count votes they will poll and ho many the i Democrats will poll Tor AulUur They do not expect the colored voters furnishotie half mountain ranges wc have had no to defeat Gen Jiickner but V the Demo perhaps two thirds of tho Repub healthy full blown volcano to fa yirm i ikwitt cratic majority Ioe no exceed 25000 it lican votes in Kentucky yet the hibit to the effete monarchies ox of IlartKn CWity of ill he a irurv forlhem and they ex white Republicans get all the off- Europe as a fitting 7 Ker Treasurer example of westpect it to fall ftr below that number JAsWTATK ices and persistently refuse to re ern enterprise and to which wc Louwviite Time tf Wt Jknl C MJSity cognize the colored man except as could point with pride as a sample The CouijEirfeels the duty of r liTinterof Hie Iaii OITJre aoterand preaching the great of what the American eagle could tying to the Times and to the wrongs l TiIO 11 AS If COUltETT Democrats of theStatc that it and will he Democrats haveIndone do when he humped himself rf McCnclfn County do toward him the seiiouhly fears that the liepuhli convention at aTTevolt Louisille last week W hnvc n reiStfitut stock of an ticket will win in Western the colored people conceded the From CoiiriiTJouriml sist SpriHsr suul Smmner Diess Kentucky so far ns reducing our The failuro of the Republican ioimIs which we will sell at o majority is concerned We have whites ail the oflices except one Register of tho Laud Office the State Convention to recognize the jl2VpUi to li coiiIb per yard worth no local elections that promise to cud of the 15 cciitto 30 etMit oxcito anything like a full vote tail refused thorn ticket isand this colored brother on the ticket likely to and ws J AjninuGs Sons and tho general certainty frit that augment the already dissatisfied threatens to cause a revolt from Caprl3 Gt the Democratic ticket will be mind of many of the more intelli- Â¬ the party It is said that thelead B elected anyway wiU canse thous gent colored voters Even the ers of the dissatisfied element i V WHY A CONVENTION ands to stay at home on election colored candidate refused so in have already been at work and at A correspondent from Moscow day t For tho past 12 years for dignantly arose in tho convention an early day will issue a calffor a convention of colored liejmbli IiivitCjS the GouniEUto givo any instance the candidates for State and said cans for tho purpose of consider office have- left Hickman and sufficient reasons for the holding I have noticed many other points in Western of Mr Chairman of the different tho vote ing what part they shall take in of a Democratic convention to the chairmen w commit nominate candidate for Repre Kentucky out of their5Iist of ap tees as they have changed it from Brown the coming campaign to sentative from Hickman and Kul pointments and this confidence to Tinsley 1 left the pulpit par take tho France under a Rcpuljs at the saying that there is no dan-- - of candidates nJicir1ecJLion has etuinp ior- the Republican Jon rik of mj- life Dr Hunter was elected very much nioro popular afjoiTg gor ofa Kepnlmcan hpuipreleeiou 7 t jr0r juiKwer Uic Courier says oifthe part of Democratic and the colored men who voted for him tho French than is any European were ostnicUed still they stood by the As among that it did not originally urgen voters that has resulted in n gen party I hesitated to allow my name to monarchy of this aits subject may few figures eral and growing apathy and de- be presented and did not until I heard evidence a convention but it sees clewed Iouviijcmfr reasons wliv lyts bet creased Democratic vote This the nuiius of Irishmen eulogized The bo quoted from a recent rtport year tin- - Prohibition ticket will position you have taken is not satisfactory containing summaries of consular ter for one to be liek to the colored people I remember the returns So far as can bo ascer1st The DcniocrtMc party as take away several thousand Dem ong Hark from the tomb a doleful tained there aro less than fitDjOOO votes and the Union Labor sound These eentleinen have chanced a party is held consible for fhe ocratic out of Frmcc action ofail mtflnbers ot the Legis ticket several thousand more and tbeirtolt for tho purpoae of defeating native French arc 4200000 Engcontinuo to me becue I am a colored man AVhen whereas there if the lature clawed as Democrats and lish born subjects re there isrfo escaping this rcspon- - increase tho Democratic majority after the war the Confederates returned sidingand Irishand 2000000 Ger home they were received with open arms abroad bibijity True enough perhaps a will bo fearfully small And this I warn you that if you wish to turn the mans bybirth who have left tho e vote is beyond the rascals out you mnst be as majority of such members are careful of the and colored vote as of the Irish or German Fatherland Even Italy has lost influence- of local effort Elected because of personal pop by emigration more than twite as hence tho Democratic managers Had you t ulaiity cleverness or otherc cau many subjects as France Forses but the intelligent reading of the State campaign are warned RECOGKIZED MY RACE that organization must be met by it would have been an inspiration to all of eigners also think well of repubf jnan knows that the Republican press and fcpenkers and the pub--- J organization Send Beck Black us to vote the llepnblican ticket I don t lican France for over 1000000 lie gennrally hold the Democratic burn Breckinridge Carlisle and propose to withdraw from the Republican Europeans born ontsido its limits but it abodo within itself record party responsible for the action other good Democratic speakers partymark wellhas placed you areonpursuing havo taken np their being greater Rut the road them tho number down here men that the people if you want your candidate for Governor of such members Hence if the party is to be held will go out to hear and lets have to reach Frankfort I was in hope that than tho combined foreign born responsible for such mens actions a regular old time Democratic ju- you would not do as the Courier Journal population ot England Germany ought not that party as a party to bilee year and onr word for it in predicted you would this morning but Russia and Italy our have the privilege of electing the stead of the old Gibraltar District that you would tofearlessly recognize You race your profesions AucHinsiicr Corrtgan makes one whom it pieferspto trust as giving Buckner a meagre 3000 or have according placed yourself on record and the a good point against the George 1000 majority well pile up 15000 Associated Preo will send it broadcast c its agent McGlynn party by citing the In through the land If certain farmers or merchants or 20000 dims as a practical example of know that they are to be held reThe vote as annonnccd was the disastrous effects of the freo We offer first class custoni- Tinsley 729 sponsible for the manner in which Brown S9 Evans 211 land policy It is vcr well aro transacted in mado Clothing at lower prices certain affairs we respectfully ask A REASOXabLegOM PLA 1ST known that among thoso people all fairness ought not such farm- - than ever and land lias always been treated as a ers or merchants to have the priv-5- - an inspection of quality and piice On ci o HrraM like sun general possession Ambergs Sons J ilege of naming the cagent whom The earnest protest which sev shine and air as the reformers aprlo Gt they are willing to trust to repreeral representatives of the color- arc fond of saying and tho result sent them in such affairs All the counties should cast the full ed race in Kentucky made in the has been in every respect unsatisAgain to illustrate if certain Democratic strength and make Buckners Republican convention in The simple farmers who were to be held re- majority 60000 It is in the timber to do State because they have beenthat factory ownership oftruth isisthat enan land private sponsible for certain transactions it The old Gibraltar will furnish one tirely ignored in the selection of iildispcnsablo condition of the were to meet together and select fifth of the sixty thousand majority Will candidates was1 reasonable in eveIf men the other an agent whom they w6re willing j other fourlen districts of the State poll the ry respect Tiiere are in Ken- progress of civilization can not acquire a personal title to Paducah atandard filths to be responsible for to represent It is in the timber to give tucky more than sixty thousand tho soil they will not cultivate it them wouldnt it be superlative age and and that implies a state of society colored men of egotism or ignorance in some other Buckifer 00000 majority in the the fact that they voting can besct aside corresponding to tho empty and 15 farmer to assume to convince State and easier to give him District in conventions of the party which profitless life which prevails upon was the marvelously 000 majority in this tho 1st them that ho but unless the Courier assumes to own them in politics the Indian reservation proper man to represent them mistakes tho indications and im is perhaps the strongest proof 2nd Instead of there being not yet reached the Through a suit brought at rings and cliques scheming to less a thorough and vigorous cam that they have cuuuiuon ui inuepcuucucu muu elect certain favorites to tho Leg- - paigu is inaugurated and kept up should characterize every Ameri- - Xew Brunswick N J tho facts ntangljE cive the isluture in all truth tho Courier the- old Gibraltar wont flitt third Call CltlZOll ISO Other HieO tlltlS in n novel matrimonial Capt Win Imlf nnr mniOi morfrtlmh ment are made public is forced to admit that a largo ignored in numerous wid Boylau it is a a way andcouldisbecertain thatsuch ow whodied leaving a young wife n urn her ot citizens who would ot its announced quota no it fact that quite a number of our had been his third make our very best Represent 100000 in been party claiming so much of its His will gave her - atives aro sincerely averse to ac- - Gibraltar Democrats have soinbwhat detached from the foal strength from that source would property which she was to havo ceptingany such position and up dare slight an element which Â¬ on the contrary it talccs consid- strayed off after false gods the would be able by simply refrain- the use of so long ns she remain ed single bnt which in case she obscured and erable scheming or effort rather true faith has been this lost con- Â¬ ing from voting to make its cause again married was to go to the they have been in to induce a consent to serve hopeless Captains children James Ryan Such men aro averse we take itf dition so many years that large Republicans at the North are a grandson of Boylan married the of them aro indifferent because it involves a pecuniary numbers open to tho chargo that they do sacrifice at home and secondly to Democratic yict6ries and an- not practice what they preach widow his step grandmother and because generally it involves a other largo percentage ofof our with reference to the negro but tho marriage was afterward de clared illegal Suit is now brought certain personal scramble Vc submit voters are so conGdent fail to see the thero is some excuso for their by the guardian of tho children to they that the holding of a convention victory that of going to the polls tardy recognition of the blacks take the property frpm the widnot entirely over Â¬ importance measurably In Kentnckj the case is different comes such objectionsand there- or exercising any inflnence to get Without the colored vote tho ow in tne party can have the option others to go Therefore dont bo party would stand no more chance fif selecting from tho cream of too over confident for There are considerably over may bring tho surprise of carrying that State than tho 00000 persons confined at the o our people Democrats would of carrying present time in prisons in the To be sure it often happens predicted by Col John Mason Texas without the whito vote Drown The First District need United States This is nearly nine that conventions make mistakes that it selects a nominee not the and needs badly a thorough and Shoes times tho number of prisoners in For cheapSIippers and 1850 so that even making allow equal of some one refused but clean canvass by such capable go to ance for increaso in population these mistakes nearly invariably Democrats as Deck Blackburn AroEKGs Sons J crime is much moro general now occur when tho people take no Breckinridge and Carlisle The has been so long proper interest in attending the rank and tile than then That one person out convention of every 700 should be in prison But if the Demo- treated toonly personal scrambles LFACTS in 1SS7 whilo in 1S50 the ratio was crats of each civil disttict of Ful- for oflice that wc need rc iudoc Thebiggcstboom in thiscoun only one to every 3000 is far from Make ton and Hickman counties will trinating in tho old faith why he is a try is on in Kentucky at thhY mo Â¬ being a cheerful reflection take sufficient interest to send a Democrat know but because of tho representative men to tho nomi- Democrat and enthusiasm follows ment in advertising methods differ from because he then feels and ence nating convention there can bo certain Columbia knows the importance of the con- what are adopted in most other S Religious circles of up over no doubt but that when assembled C aro highly wrought world doesnt hear the they will nominate a Democrat test aud tho rightfulness of his States about it Tho first thing theBplitin the Episcopal Diocemuch competent for the position and cause The trouble they do out West when a now san Convention ona in whom each and every citi grew out of an attempt to admit or when they Parasols and Fans the latest town is started old town is acn may feel a proper pride to colored delegates into tho convenwaut to revive au 3rd In further answer the novelties at pay the printers The chief tion the majority opposing such J AMBBKGB OONS Courier can see no cause why thing in the newspapers one gets action The minority withdrew these reasons are not equally clear from Wichita is the space devoted and organized a convention of its for the calling of a convention to OH WHAT A ROW to real estate advertisements own Thero is said to be much nominate a candidate for State Â¬ Ecpnblican con- But you the columns bitter feeling Senator and Ft will appear incon- Â¬ Tho Kentuckynp a Buro enough of every might scan in Kentucky newspaper sistent in hc Committees not to vention stirred The Supreme Lodge of the live row among the colored voters without finding any advertise do so and tho colored ments proinotingany kind of nw Knights of Honor has adopted a of the State There proposition making the offices of folks trout all appearaucca mean business or new activity A bcantiful lino of White business this time It appears is information enough to be had Supreme Chaplain Guide Guar- Â¬ Goods Hamburg and Swiss Em- Â¬ that the white Republicans not in Kentuckys newspapers about dian and Sentinel nnnnintable in broidery Orieutal and Torchon oulyrefued tojrecognize tberncej the prospects ahead but the editor stead of elective B A Laces SilfoGlovos and MUb Col by a placeon iutj iickci uui iueu is expected to do all tins work in 4 lars Caffs c which we have candidate and speaker was hooted the way of keeping the world Dictator John T Milburn of marked low and aro selling Tery and jeered in the convention posted without any pay In Louis- Â¬ Louisville Supremo Vice Dictator wU Call and see for yourselves Quite a number of thelleading and ville for a few weeks the real es- B F Nelson of St Louis Snpreme J Ambebgs Sons best educated colored men in the tate men poured money into the Reporter Joseph W Branch of State are out in the newspapers newspaper coffers but so far as St Louis Supremo Treasurer PJTHB HICKMAN COURIER p Â¬ asui Jnr Bryan the next lieutenant governor of Kentucky came with in less than sixty days of being ineligible to the office for which he was nominated He will not reach tho constitutional ago of thirty five years until some timo Â¬ STATE SENATOR We are authorized to announce JOHN Kemp of Hickman County as a candi Â¬ date for Slate Senator fromtlio counties of Graves Hickman and Fulton subject lo the action of the Uemocratio party R i next month FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wc are authorized to announce SAMI L 1SJJEIL as a candidate to represent tlie countic of Fulton and Hickman in the Iower House of the cext General As sembly of Kentucky subject to the action Â¬ Â¬ Supreme Bench to be filled by a Democratic IMesident binco the appointment of Nathan Clifford oi me iJejnoeratic parly Wc nrc authorized to anuounce V W by Buchanan in ISfiS WEBSTER as a represent -- Tnr death of Justico Woods hasmado the first vacancy on the PIANOS AND i s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stay-at-hom- Â¬ Â¬ stay-at-hom- tithftilt to uuc ti the hculvi t Oho uho lvius rixh putting isiV soa i turf of hi larjings ho wcvir small and L ps it up for a km1 it id visiw ii likelv to become rich before h dies One who inherit property and goes on year by year pediig a littlt niorc than lLs income vill become iooi if he lives Livimj beonu enouph their menu- - has brought multitude ol perMHis to ruin in our yeueration It i Hie cniitao of MW tiHitliN of all tho d f d cniituis which hu disgraced tho ajji Binkr and live mess men in gnerd dt not often help thcmlvcrt to other peo pl s money until their own fund b jin o fdl off and their evp iditimt eoee their roeuyN A mvi vho i in deb walks in the midst otperili It cannot hut impair a manrf self respect to know llist he in living at the oxpetvjof others Et is atao very desirable that wo should keep homewlmt ahead in our work Tins may not be nohfeilile in all cases a instance when a mans wirk is aiijiiii to certain fixed hours liko that of tlw operatives in a mill Lut there aro certain classes of people who cm chocs their time for the work which thoy uk called to do and unionist them some who invariably jmt oft tho ta k as signed them ns long n sponsille and tla j como to its performance horrifd jvr plexed nniioiiR confused insmoh nttato of mind iw certainly unfit them for doing their best v oik Get ahead and keep uhead aud jour Mieceoa L toloi in l 1 Kt en Ahead Orf of Pio rrnid seo- - b rf rncp ift is to keep nliond in ull vnn pihiHe Uvm oijiv full lu hiiil ft may Ik mt which candidate to llic counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House ot the next General Assembly of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic party Â¬ We nre authorized to annnqunce P J Oliver as a candidate for the Legislature from Hickman and Fulton countien sub ject to the action of the Democratic parly L iectiou in august ORGANS WMT flEMS Decker Brothers i Haines Brothers f j t W V 1 ii lOWTO Wo SAVE IfONEY TOBACCO OIT Vc fnmJsli grades of are Wholesale Headquarters lor nl CHEWING and will job to dealers only at Factory price also tho Dental Scotch and Scotch Snuff Ihe best in the market We also keep constantly on hand a choice selection mU asd CISAES hundreds homes yearly with fine Pianos and OrgRW an4 cuslomersto pay in small monthly or quarterly payments allow Mor of Family Groceries Confectioneries and Fruits which we will sell very low for f the cash Please call and see us r lOUlICltxttUUjUUlCl - Oljfa 1 fi Â¬ BLACKSMITHING ll on A Eosewood Ebonizeil Walnut and Mahogany Cases Special demgns madeto order ESTEY SHONIJsGER and HAMILTON ORGAKS Choice styles of Organs for the Sitting Room Library and Hall Yac particulars address thwu UNDEETAKEES GOODS Â¬ tSr 111 C KUAN - Rblv Euro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Horalltj or iood LlTlng the kindliest impulses has only to feed upon indigestible food for a few days and forhuth his liver is affected and then hi brain His sensibilities aro blunted liisuueasiiicNs makes him waspish and fictful He is like a hedgehog with th ipiills rolled in and will d and ay things from which in health he would have recoiled Sydney Smith did not exaggerate when he ifllrraed that old friendship- are often destroyed by toasted cheese and hard salted meat has often led to suicide Even bo intellectual a man as William Hazlitt writing to his lady love could Kay I never loverou so well as when I think of sitting down with you to dinntr on a loiled scrag end of mutton and hot potatoes Justly did Tally rand inveigh against the English that they had one hundred and lifty forms ol religion and but ono oaucc melted butter The celebrated scholar Dr Tarr confessed a love for hot lobsters with a mifiuion of slirimp Banco Pope would ie in led for days at Uolingbrokes unless he wero told that there wt ro Fteweil lamprpyn for dinner wlien he would riyo instantly and hurry down to the tabic Handel nto enormously and when h dined nt a tavern always ordered a din ner fpr three On being told that all would be ready as soon as the company should arrive ho would explain Den bring up the dinner prestissimo I an de company A man of Â¬ - Call F OMVER for Blnckimith ing Wagon Repairs c Also a full line of CXDEKTAKEIVS UOODS CofGns common Rosewood solid Black Walnut Cases c nvn21 CliAS Giihfht Louisville Ky 218 Church St Nashville Tenn 288 2nd St Memphis Tenn w Salesman Paducah Ky D H 236 BALDWIN Fourth Aye CO Da7 t- - Â¬ S MURRELL A1X0K3SEY A - IAW OScc Vp tair R ocr Cowjlll Drug Store Â¬ UICKJtANi First Judicial District marlS KY of the Â¬ Will practice in all the Courts FURNITURE i Â¬ HA JIICKUAS7 Office R T TYLER AT LAW KENTUCKY duced ATTORNEYS are offering all grades of Plain Medium and Fine FURNITURE at greatly a prices We carry a full line at all times of Chairs Rockers plain and raarbU top Tables Bureaus Wash stands Wardrobes Chamber Sets Mattreooes Spriags ana giutramee our prices 10 ue me toictsi jdiciiibcdi investigation pays iner we invite your juvesiigauuu oi uurguuuj s ue ttre svauijuancn on O We it - - - Â¬ WILL attend care to all business entrusted UNDERTAKERS GOODS carrjing the largest lino of Wooden and Metallic Burial Caes of any firm in Weal W discount all competition in this line ttepairiag astj Tennessee or Kentucky Job Work a specialty 3 a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Furniture Factory novSTS Â¬ Cattle for Sale I have on hand for sale four yoke of Any one desiring good Logging Cattle stock of this kind would do well to call and examine and Ikj convinced that I will sell cheap and good stock J M ROBERTS Moicow Ky febll Â¬ Â¬ SyStorc Rooms under City Hall STEFIIEXS MAXWELL fju7l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- DR A A FABIS PHYSICAN AND SURGEON Iiw Liii - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ovcr-cou-fideu- indicate tho existence of a syndicate fir speculative puqioses The specula tion is a very contemptible fraud which tho public may resint by lefusing to accept a three cent Japaueso coin for a fio cent piece In one instance a ten dolhu roll of supposed lhe cent pieces ob tained from a broker was found to contain Jnianeso jokers worth only ninety cents but intended to be passed for 150 The roll was re turned and the broker made up tho dif ference Suit Alia thirty-three-ce- nt Â¬ immrify KENTUCKY HICKMAN Japanese Coin In San Frnncbco Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets his Professional Serrices to It islxjcomUig noticeable that n cas of small thin Japanese coins of insignifi the citizens of Hickman and ricinity cant value is being put extensively into circulation in this city for a groat deal C1IAS DOUGtAS more than they are intrinsically worth KOUEKT DOUU1J1S The coins are really worth about three cents bnt are make to do duty for the OPENED with new STOCK cout and out Fine stylish RIGS fer hire United States half dime This practice JUST Patronage solicited reasonable has been observed on a street railroad in GROCFPY makirg change for passengers The con BAKEUY stant appearance of these coins seems tc RESTAUR AX HICKMAN KENTUCKY DOUGLAS BROS Â¬ W G KINGMAN TnE CELEBRATED Â¬ niE4L9 AT ALL HOURS Will keep a general assortment of Fam- Â¬ ily Groceries Confectioneries c and keep employed a first class baker Goods all lral and new anil will not oo under sold junelio oct30 1685 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HEUTWECK BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF OO CO w ca CO Fjickman garble - Works - HICKMAN AT ira B C EAMAGE DEALER IX oo W W I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the rea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tim local editor of n Richmond Ky paper wrestled with a musical criticism the other day with the following result Mias alary 1M1 Jlillers rendition of Capriccio Brilhmte last Thursday night at gloe club cnteitainment indeed most artistic and full of rapturous delight She comes nearer mnkiug a piano talk than any lady whose graceful lingers und gentle touch havo ever swept like magic over its keys That music that speaks to the heart that addresses the soul of man with a force that defies tho powor of tho human tongue is the music which doth not please the fancy ot the listener and elevate his thought abovo the ordinary conceptions of h man life Such is the finished and cult rated btyle of Miss Millers perforz auce Deep drinkers escape gont not beÂ¬ cause thoy deserve it but because tho nervous powers of the stomach are en feebled by over fitimnhition they have consequently no npietite they cat but little and fail to accumulate that excess of effete and ill nssimiluted nitrogenous matters in tho circulation which in thoso nho cat more largely us well as drink freely is one of the priudikil causes of tho malady Italian and American Marbls MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE STONES Â¬ CO I w oo en oo m w in stock a fine lot of Amer HAVING Italian Marble lam pre- Â¬ pared to fill all orders Call and examine my work Orders from the country promptly filled my26 e HICEMAN BcBTvrATsr WAGOIT irEnsrTTTCxrz HARROW 25cts Lower than the Lowest bare no clerk expenses no store rent and pay cash for all my Groceries and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lose 1 Groceries Â¬ Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low- JOHN WITTING MM T PULVERIZING W DIESTELBEINK Family Groceries and iannknafikar aaaslllnaPM LaHnaBiaB Â¬ HUGHES Scnr TONIC VTO apace to name all articles bat ar trouble to snow goods J Come and se at the eoraer of Troy Moscow Fe m fcB-- Sw- aSaHlanaW 2LnaPnaWaSnV K aanananT Arenue East Hlckmru Ky kv SArt Remidy rom Â¬ CniLLSaFEVlR BY CSi Vl T rr H It r s k Puryear Treasurer Rev William II Childerp Superintendent of Public In fraction Thomas J Tinsley Register of tne JLaaa uiuee announcing their intention of not supporting the Republican State REPUBLICAN TICKET ticket this year The Courier The Kentucky Republicans the defection rnay prove have nominated the following thinks considerable in Louisville LexState ticket ington and other places but the W O Bradler was nom mated for Gov- rank and file of the colored voeraor Matt- ODoherty Lieutenant Oov ters in eror Hoa Joha Feland Attorney Gen try will the rural towns and counslick to the Republican ml B D Davis Auditor Capt J R Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ -- Silks go to For Fine Dress Goods aud v 3Kf 4- - 5 jrt J fr fc ir Vj i i Now comes the statement that Mr James G Blaine will not recruit his lost vitality trio to There is so much in tho papers Europe this summer bv a that he bnt nowadays about a probable win pass tne dog days at Bar Harwar that one almost bor in close consultation his regrets that they dont go to fight- party leaders preparing with the for ing or qait talking so much about campaign of 1888 it V- A full line of Gents Nock- Yon will miss a bargain ff yon wear tiioves ana Hosiery at The colored brother was sadly TnE National Edncational As faiHto get some of those cheap Bnehanans the best and nlican- - neglected in the lato Republican sociation meets in Chicago July ShesHt iii1iiiiitn nrwl tlmrn 5b ttxlt-- nf n 12 It is thought ten thousand est m rr i inciviuaii -- AIRERGS SONS teachers will be present aprl bolt to the Prohibition party t3p4 iv J Â¬ rartcty at aprlj A fall lino of Nobby Straw IlatVfor Meii aud Boys in great J Amberqs Sons Buchanans Franco-Ge- Â¬ rman Â¬ DOUGLAS Monday pay day agi- Â¬ PLUMMER tation has reached St Louis The New York Legislative As JLEE SOW BKADY FO ALL employes of N K Fair sembly has passed a bill making whero theCo bank threaten to it a misdemeanor to corner or mo- trouble unless they get cause SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS their that may be offered nopolize for speculative pnrposes wages Saturday night as hereto- Â¬ of Country Produce e also make a storage any article of food fuel or other fore for shipment or necessary of life or any article of merchandise There is also a pen- Â¬ alty established for any combi- Â¬ Justice W B Woods of tho a specialty IT crn 0at5 c kePl nation to agree upon any fixed Snpreme Court died Saturday A constantly for le rjnly2 limited amounts of merchandise Democratic successor will be appointed by the Prosident the ap- Â¬ to bo fed to the market at stated Notice pointment being for life times The A n ti Â¬ Â¬ the other editors are concerned 1MVAITJABIK lit THE SOOTH they would have had just as much are immensely more There money and would have had less Germans in Kentucky than there It till Can the Most OMiMts Cues SALE AND LIVERY STABLE work to do without any boom are Irish Republicans and yet TOR SALE BY DBUQ GISTS Maysville Republican the Republicans of the State rCHPAUID tm claiming to bo tho great moral man if you want a temperance party slap the GerYoung CO KOBIUTSOW KENTUCKY STREET neat fitting durable Shoe go to mans square in the face aud fail B A srsr Buchanans aud get a pair of the to recognizo them on the State constantly on band for kir mnji0 KEEPS sale Silver King Shoes tho best and ticket C O DOCULAS HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS cheapest Shoe in Hickman XT B PLCHMEB horses the Â¬ Lnke Blackburn a thoroughbred Stallion wellknown to stockmen is for sale or trade He can be seen at W G Kingmans Livery Stable Call on W U Kingman or DEE REED mar4 Fine Hrc far Sale MnaHnat3EanBE9nGaaEnaHBlnaHnaBn9ananaHkte CLOD CRUSHER AND LEVELER Abo we are Ageala far th Fakis Parker loitisvii lb CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS will make it to your interest to o and get particulars c 1 -- stable Having purchased and entire outfit of W B Plumsaer we propose to eontinue the basinets ani solicit patronage Barg r3TTT TViT TTlrlCl - Near New Depel A A DAVIS FEED STORE l HICKMAN KY Office BELIABLEI iA Â¬ Clinton Street Laclede Block M B a Sle - of stock oi the very best a Represents the following old and relia Â¬ Has sflendid A fiiat lnvprv Inwesttke afForoA of rMTr PTfTn those Phoenix ne trouble and expense me on ble companies North America St Paul justifteaT All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represeated Lancashire and the to knowine theraseUea indebted forward and Hartford Fire and Marine Insurance Company account will please come Also the Equitable Life Insurance Com- Â¬ with uie or R L Moore at once 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