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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmmmkmMimim L sS a t ii- - A 1 m SCDUI gg COURIER V2SBBK yH wJfcHt Kyywq PUWJSHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN HICKMAKKY Oflefr - csAk ur -- BltLJli 1859 HICKMAN If rothpr-In-Ijr- COURIEH VOL Fine Job Printing 32ft S -K- XECUTED-tf2U With Neatness and Dispatch IA1VE Jaekssa etraet next door to atj Hall ENVELOPES BULSr - L2ITTER HEAD -- OBOROK WARREN Editor The Oldest Newspaper ig Western Kentucky xasrvXTArxoisra rSICK OF 8ISCBIPT1UN S15 CURRENT TOPICS ESTABLISHED COLIPSEtf C0BNER the firm to the effect that au abundanco cf TJLREE HUNDRED DltOWNED- - 4 MANIAC AT LARGE funds was expected by to day and request LAKE MICHIGAN DISASTER Cardinal Newmins health is fast civiag ing that trades be not closed out On tho AfUfe and tli stnif ft ruim m way The- Bottom FallsOut of tho Bljr announcement from C J Kershaw e Co ii FrlghtfAU Loss of Lifo on tho Daiv IVrll or Hi 1Vif July options rallied and closed at 73J8c A white owl a rarity has been shot la T Joski h Mo Wheat Deal in Chicago June 10 James B Mol Steamer Champlain Dostroyed by ube Rivor August closed at 70c September 7ic Coventry N Y aa sane i Flames December Slc Joaquin Millek has sold his log cabin in owe Asylum Nopatientlast escaped from 20 evening and Mr Bailey was seen In his office a short llecauso or an Overloiirtpd lloat and A ranle Canned by a llrealc or Eighteen Washington for 500 made his wav to his hnm timo alter tho announcement of the secre Â¬ i Tnn jnWoecclcbratioBlir Westminster w ad One Hall GmU Fr JlaaudUsereral tlwentr luma i Diunkcii lloitniaii mere More Than Twcntj Persons alert a Suit tary and to inquiries stated that it would uisiuiii arrivin ivr Large Failures Milwaukee Dealers Abbey Trill coat 17000 ilvn and Horrible Death An Imploding eeCII nVln lr His wife had take several days to tell whero tho firm Cancht Tlte Effect KUe where A Sax Jose CaL court fined a man ouc Laini lielieted to lte the Cause cured but her brother Mr Allen was stood the drop had been an over- Â¬ Vienna Juno 20 Later particulars UplThe crazv man dollar for winking at a lady whelming surprlso to them and they ilentlv WILD SCENES ON THE CIIICAOO BOARD show that the recent ferry accidcjjt at lunjrear door struck Allen a entered A fhessed brick is being made of ashes were ternblo Chicago Juno 15 Yesterday was by sourcesunable to meet it From other Paks ou the Danube trorso uio on the head with a bar or iron pro CnirtLEVOix Jlich Juno IS The steam and cinders in Han Francisco river was much it long odds the wildest day the Chicago failure was was learned that their than was at first reported The boat was I IA insensibility Next ho entered his er Champlain of tho Northern Michigan precipitated by an un- Â¬ pie attracts attention on Board of Trade has ever seen Tho power usually largo amount of outside deals fearfully overloaded having four hunr wings bedroom and awoke her He had a line bound for Cheboygan from Chicago a farm near Jacksonville Fla ful wheat clique which has mystified and It is stated llsli which he presented to her head and burned at midnight botwepn Norwood sind TnE latest Parisian corset is of ordinary perplexed tho spcculativo world for over which were open and could not be settled drcd persons on board quickly enough that tho boatmen wero intoxicated P idjSjhcr follow The frightened woman Charlevoix at the mouth of the Grand blue striped bed ticking yet its SIC three months collapsed and left its princi- Â¬ firm is thought to meet margin calls Tho Tho panic on to havo started into tho Traverse Ray Iho boat was running ten -tho boat Iwas fearful OiieVld and he lrl in tin ir TnE city of London police rolls contain pals bankrupt Two old and well known deal with a capital of about 00000 and Abbo Spies blessed tho pilgrims mai4rd her to take a position with hor miles an hour when ilaraes suddenly shot the names of nearly fourteen thousand commission firms were carried down with was In good standing on the floor this be-Â¬ up from beneath the engine driving the jumped overboard and swam ashore with a backagainst a tree The woman complied men the vwrcck and dozens of otbers are left ing their first embarrassment of any kind child but died an hour afterward from Theiltuniacdrcw from hispockct a num engineer from his post with his clothe Miss Ellen K Abbott is teaching ter tottering on tho verge of ruin so far as known Good authoritv nlarrs rupture of a blood vessel The bodies re Â¬ Tho failure of Peter McGeoch and the their dealings vcntT tuird term of school at Webster Sfh stones which he picked Up on the on fire lie ran to tho hurricane deck close collapse of the lard corner which occurred els which thoy at tholong onat 500000 bush covered give evidence of fearful dcath 1faYd with a revolver in his left hand plunged into a tank and then returned wcro In Ills Wftflt Ikiil i Inn Into in tnT strugples in their tattered clothes nnd dit- just four years ago to day was not a dr- The sensational collapse did not aqucf zo rWiiitllffn Ti vtTlrrim luranurn carriages cumstance in Its effects to tho coUapno of ortcdfaces ilti cstlmated thut three wrta BWu WheTTslicnffiitfd to run into lilst HytRerersietbirfcliiT k lmmaefiiiamrtirmthJocalhaafcraadin fact had no serious SMMsfieftMMweea deal acciaoaoaly effect whatever oa tbem The banks havo hundred persons wero drowned Over tho house the maniac opened fire on her alarm was given the sleeping passengers M3 5sWS9WttJ SisrSSrl- - e provision Interest tho present deal af-Â¬ -i when life 5 mSftiwSZliLlJ- laeeace noted desperado fected every body Never in the history of been very conservative for some time two hundred bodies havo been recovered with a revolver but did not succeed in aroused and on all they preserverson had tho gathered past in dealings relating Jo the fovor of She recognition of bodies by friends ou hitting her In the meantime Allen had been fastened is clerking ia a clothing store at Dallas speculative trading has a deal of such gi- Â¬ speculation and over confidence that shore is attended with heart rending returned to consciousness and hcar forward deck Two life boats and lifo Texas gantic proportions been engineered so long steamer ig the shooting rushed to the spot rafts were lowered but the got away was Canada proposes to let all tbo inmates of and systematically and with such secrecy has been prevalent in all kinds of scenes In business during the last two months armed with a Winchester rific It running so fast that they her jails go free in honor of the Queens Though the deal has covered a period of and prominent Was very dark ami lcfore he knew ten minutes from the time the boat caught bankers say that tho local TOOK A POUND OP POISON months probably not over a dozen money three jubilee tiro the passengers who had secured lire markot Is in first class condition of it tho maniac was within ten people Lillt IiAjfGTRT is the reputed owner of knew thepossibly not over half a dozen that tho slight tightness that has The Old Ktriitnnt llljou Put Out Of Illi and began firing Allen raised feet nllc him preservers were all compelled to jump into principals and his 200000 worth of New York real estate Misery the lake There were fifty seven persons Tho orders camo from Cincinnati to C J existed during the life of tho wheat cliquo tired Mollow falling to the ground with a on mortgages was dissipated oy the breakyestcrday and Boston Juno 20 Bijou a famous eleboard including the crew The lost were signed W- - that is Kershaw and A BEAirrirvL full length portrait of Quocp as much as the trade knew cud even that thatnowa large amount of money ihnt phant that has been before the American shot through the thigh Thinking ho had areas follows Ola Cooper Smith Robert the man Allen dropped his Wilkes Kapiolani has been received at the State much was not known untd tho deal had was tied up In wheat will bo in circulation public for sixty years was killed by poison fatiilljjinjurcd Geo and Uisley W nllc aid went to his assistance Just as Department Mrs M Kehoe been under way for several weeks again Well known financiers sny that tho last Saturday night at the Worlds Muse Â¬ he wal stooping to raise linn up the maniac of Charlevoix it failures yesterday will be a warning to tho um where it has been suffering from old Millionaire Flood of San Francisco Tho clique bought May wheat stead business men cauglii him about the neck and then M KcKccl Steward Beans two chil and speculators of tho West age and disease Poison had been prepared inclosed his yard with 30000 worth of ily from tho tirao the deal was Â¬ cnsiiol a life death struggle The dren aged three and live of Chicago Capeffect will numbers of bronze fence started up to tho expiration of that op and that the cautiousnessimbuoconservatism in capsules which were concealed m choc- greatstrength and the cnuv man soon tain Lucas of Pctoskcy Ilcnry Brcnnnu men with a or and olate caramels Dr Al White offered ono The Grant Monument Association of tion at which timo their trades were of which they were much in need overpiwered Allen nml just as he was the clerk and a fireman and a second cook and cabin boy of Chicago Mr Hus Kew Yprk Jscallingfordesignsfor Uio changed into June Thoy readily took an J The officials of tho east bound roads to the great beast as it lay upon its side givni up Mrs Mollow came up and ror all or thoMay wheat delivcreTto paid from Chicago were all In good spirits yes- Â¬ Bijou took it with great deliberation proposed structure struct her husband on the back of the scll ol the Jackson Mich Corset Com Â¬ them and evidently intended to do the Cambwdoe the seat of Harvar Uni same with June Thor action of the Board terday over the collapse of tho wheat cor- Â¬ swallowed it and looked up for more All head Knocking him senseless Soon after pany a gentleman and boy from Milwau that had versttyaas 36 Illiterates out of I total ef Trade directors in declaring regular ner expressing the opinion that it would and then been prepared were given the slLTiff and his deputies arrived and kee bound for Mackinac ouo waiter and tho result was awaited Tho r let loose a four Indian deck hands a lady and daugh Â¬ population of 47C92 storage capacity was ragemore large amount of wheat for sto- poison used was large additional ironei the maniac who is now safclj tho same Dr Watts used lodgcdiii thoasjltiiu hospital than the lake vessels could ac ter fiom Frankfort names unknown The London Time says that there are something which they had sot caicaiateU The saved are John McCaflcry engiIt did its few more handsome coins than thcTJt ted on and for which they were evidently not commodateand that the railroads would in dispatching homeless dogs get a portion of tho overflow Ono road work thoroughly Just forty flvc minutes I OVER THE FALLS neer badly burned Mabel Kehoe v prepared States 30 goll piece was as negotiations after Jhc first bit of candy had been placed Mrs Jack Ingalls Martin Bow stewWhen it was known that1 the directors were hurt by tho panic to move JnxxiEVVADrthe only resident of Gct- under way with it out3a in its mouth Bijou was dead For a few Stifrlil of n lllor lr ii Valilntoii at ard and wife Henry Bow porter Ira of the board favored giving the trade reO 4tysburg killed during the battlo istobe Kew York at a reduction of minutes there had bceu convulsive work Into the Bishop mate Stephen Withers Cross NIiursi 1 all ly cipin lief by making additional storage room carloads to hundred honored with a monument five a I IhI from Village James Bellgar Liverpool James regular the powerful Shears woo have but centsbreak interfered tho tariff rate ings of the legs nnd body the great head TnE number of Confederate battle flags tho and vestcrday was partially lifted from the ground Xiauvra Fauj N Y June lj About McKay watchman Canada Captain E grown rich on three years of declining the negotiations and to bo surrendered to the Southern States is markets were declared off then fell back t o eyes became fixed and half past four oclock this afternoon a Casey Antoino Sparrow fireman v Fred started in to try tho cliques en- Â¬ five hundred and forty five IN CINCINNATI durance Wheat was shipped from every partyof visitors who were viewing the AVn lcy Miss Wilson without another tremor Bijou Dexxis Kearxet of sand lot notoriety1 available point and the side tracks Cincinnati Juno 15 1 he very general awaj- - While heven grains of the passed scenery from the Three Sisters Island Charlevoix George W Mary Wakefield Miller Mrs Har poison is running an intelligence oftice for wash of all of thoroads in this city are now impression that Cincinnati furnished a would kill a man a pound was used to observed a middle aged man apparently rison Bedford W A Albright of Sher largo part of tho cliquo which has been erwomen in San Francisco purpose full of wheat brought in foe that bentjon siglit seeing like themselves wiu Williams Co Chicago The bodies of bring about a similar result with Bijou Tho bears sold against this wheat la tho charged with managing the Chicago w heat The dead TwEXTT nvE thousand bar maids of ar elephant weighed 4300 pounds standing on the third bridge that con Mrs SinithCaptam Lucas of Petoskcy tho deal turned attention in this direction yes- Â¬ ious degrees of beauty dispense alt and open market and tho cliquo were the buy-Â¬ iicclslho islands Looking back a few ers Prices steadily crept up and became terday when tho panic in wheat in Chicago and was strong in proportion It was a minutes later the man was scon to havo two Bow children It M McKeel Charlc alf to tho thirsty aenizens of London oixand five other bodies which have not to market dc eloped Mr J AV Wiltshire who has maleclephant of the African species and his coat The German authorities have arrested n a further inducement to farmers collapse been publicly named as one of the mysand hat off and was m the act been identified have been i ccovcrcd Thoso some seventy five years old their product At the timo the man in Metz for selling pipes with the of leaping from the bridge into the water sacd floated an hour and a half when came June wheat was worth 92 cents by terious members flatly declared when head of Boulangcr carved upon tho bowL The party w ere at too great a distance to they were rescued by a yaw and fishboats Guilcaus Skeleton the timo the collapse was an assured asked for information as to the cause of WniNGTo Juno 20 Those who aro do aught but stand and witness the fatal from the shore Several of those saved EniTbR OBrien will be tendered tho fact the samo month was selling at tho trouble that he knew nothing about freedom of the city of Dublin when he ar- 73 cents and sales were made in the pit it Others who woro suspected of being fully acquainted with the preparation of leap The bodv sank at onco and passed were badly burned There are seven not rives at the gates of tho great Irish me at a still lower figure In tho excitement of In tho deal were equally reserved Ono Guiteaus skeleton give entire ciedit to over the Horseshoe Falls Hastening back accounted for tho above list of lost coni to tlicbndgc the party round the coat and pnsingonly those known to havo perished yesterday though none were officially re- Â¬ of the leading men of the supposed cliquo the story that his face and head are actu tropolis ported at less thanJ73JccntsThedrop in said he did not believe Cincinnati men ally in cv York as stated ready for exhat and on the bridge railing was a chalk Tho boat burned to tho hull and has been AJIevivai preacher in Tennessee were in it at all and that It was mado up neceswas 1S cents bv the suicide his audience as two legged the June option of handling the Tne re- Â¬ of operators In California and Cleveland hibition Tho skull and the rest of tho iiiarkevtdcntly placed theremade the leap towed here It is impossible now to tell sary expense large hogs the cause of the fire but it is thought it and also as pusillanimous ceipts of wh at was too much for even the Whatever the truth may bo thero is no skeleton is here The New York head lo mark the spot where be or the coat it may havo been caused by a lamp explod- Â¬ consist- - of the skm and tho soft parts as From papors in the pocket skunks long purse of the clique and they were sign of any suffering here was learned that the man was V Trigg of ing Seven bodies have already been re-Â¬ The Missouri State Scnato has passed a forced to the wait A prominent broker being afkei his taken off the skull and afterwards preC a gm st at the Interna bill by which only employes of railroads covered The Champlain was valued at opinion of the truth of the charges mado pared and stuffed This head has been Washington The trades of Maurice Rosenfcld Co anu preachers may ride on the railroads of rere officially ordered closed out by the by Roscnfeld fe Co that tho Cincinnati seen hero by those who knew Guitcau and tional Hotel for the past few days The about f 10000 hotel people know nothing about the man is said to be a very accurate reproduction that State on passes secretary of tho Board of Trade atnoon members or the cliquo had failed to fur THE BIG BAIiLOON Land Commissioner Sparks savs that yesterday but long beforo the annoanco ulsh money to day said it was more likely Tho whole affair seems horrible in the ex- Â¬ except that he had come there a few days ago and registered as stated The body about 25000000 acres will be taken from mant was made the crowd were practical- that the market was broken in Chicago by treme and just where the responsibility iii jrobabl not lie found before it It Finally Gets CUT from St Whj rests can not bo determined the railroads who are not entitled to them ly assured that the cliquo had gone to lying about Cincinnati banks Panes Teaches LPwut on eight miles down the there wLro fifty or mora Oicr Detroit pieces1 A secret meeting was held at the said he and thrown open to settlement Oil Tanks Struck by Lightning river which will not be before two or Hotel Richelieu Monday night bctrrcea telegrams received on change to day St Louis June 17 Tho 11orW and rout TiiEcrare among Boston girls of od Â¬ saying t Wheat Limi O June 20 This nfternoon an oil three days liac elapsed DitjxiUh balloon was cut loose at 4 20 p m family for so called art in the ffudeTas Joseph Wiltshire of Cincinnati a well port of run on weak owing to reFidelity Bank or tank on the Boop farm containing eight to dav at Sportsman Park and nrtcr suddenly terminated Ja tho arrest of a known banker who is said to have furnPcrlcctiomsts Expelled ished the money In thtfgreat corner andlus Wheat weak account rumors weakness hundred barrels of oil was struck by skimming just over the roofs of the very photographer inood standing Cincinnati banks Tho Fidelity Bank lightning and destroyed together Civcinnati June 10 The so called Per small houses 0 brokers C J Kershaw Frank Johnson with in the vicinity made a dip Mrs E J Underwood of Waynesboro of Roscnfeld Co and Irwin Green has received from a number of correspond- Â¬ fcctioiitsts a fanatical sect mostly within Tor another tank containing a similar amount the earth aud then a caper for a Gn has a fan which she has been using Co and Wiltshire departed after proments an anonymous printed circular in the Walnut Hills Methodist Church but two bags for twenty seven years It yet bears all ising his Chicago operators that mora tended to injure the banks standing They and the derrick The tanks burst and tho all been expelled upon charges hac grove of tall trees One wcro mailed from this city June 10 11 and burning oil ran into a creek and down tho woman ot the sect was worshiped as God of ballast being hastily sprinkled out tho the marks of strength and durability money would bo deposited to their lunged into the upper space aud the origin Lroe land owners in Sacramento cjty order upon his arrival la Cincinnati Up 12 ami seem to havo beentho Fidelity of tho stream burning inbridges and sheds which her sister as Christ and thov taught ihat monster few tho way and scotching a Bank happened to be minutes appeared as a and county have joined au association and to the close of change yesterday Wilt- rumors The officers of the church as at present constituted was in agreed todivide up thoir real estate and shire had failed to keep his promise and are making a rigid search for tho author of tho trees Tho creek was filled with burn- Â¬ 1hc Itabylon of the Hiblc that Jcstis was resplendent speck among the llcecy this circular Instead of any thing in tho ing oil for nearly two miles for some Co became tired of waiting clouds racing toward the cast In the sell it in small lots on reasonable terms Hoscnfcld tlir sou or Joseph etc ime car arc four men A E Moore aeronaut and at noon ordered their trales closoJ likeness of a run the bank was busj receivThe West Lebanon Pcnn Rolling Mill ing deposits Fror JG Doughty photographer Edward Company has shipped a chain weighing out Kershaw was more sanguine and al A Jubilee Riot Know What Kilted Him Didnt IN MILWIVKKE the had Duffy World correspondent Prof II twentjvBve tons for use on a live mast though ho admitted that his ftfiids be not Chicago June 20 Charles Mullcr was A not occurred durIxiNPON June 10 arrived still askod that Milwackek Wis June 13 Excitcmont tradc3 kept Allen Hazcn of the Signal Service lake schooner It required two cars to open until thlsmqrning It is said that he on the Board of Trade was intense yester- Â¬ the victim of a pccuharaccidcnt this after- Â¬ ing a jubilee celebration at Liverpool to Bureau Prof Hazen says tho current expects money from sources Independent day The clicking of tho tolegraph keys noon lie was employed as an assistant day between a party or Orangemen and a air to an altitude of one thousand feet of is t nECRETARTBATAaD proposes to see that of the clique and in that caso his failure was incessant and messages from Chicago engineer by the Chicago Arc Light and crowd ol Socialists Sticks and stones northeast and at live thousand feet 13 it the exportation of paupers to this country to dav will be averted followed each other thick and fast Tho Power Company and was on a ladder were free used and many on both sides by foreign Governments is stopped We Itwas pretty well understood among a failure of tho clique Jiouscs and the report- fixing a light His hand came in contact rcccixrd serious cuts and bruises The nlmost directly cast It is within tho have more of that class of immigrants now lew of tho big bears on chmgo that the ed run on tho Fidelity Bank at Cincinnati with a wire and his feet being wet a polirc dispersed the riotets and arrested power of the aeronaut to ascend ordo scend to these currents as ho desires and Monday night interview had not resulted added to tho excitement At noon Hill than we need current passed through his body and Jive or the leading participants thereby choose his course Co the Milwaukee houso of killed him instantlj A member of one of tho mostillustrious in any very pleasant conclusions for the Flertzhclm lie was not mangled Detkoit Mini Juno IS A large bal C Co of Chicago threw Patriotic Celebration at Valley Forge families in AustriaPrinccAlfred von cliqucand word uontaround at thoTopen up J Kershaw loon that started from St Louis last eventhe sponge and confessed an Inability at all ing of the board to raid tho market Both Fonur Pa June 10 Fully shocked the nerves of the arisWredeJJias Vaiikt to ing aHu50 passed The Murdered Girl at Rahway tocracy by setting up as a fjreen grocer June and July wheat was offered from all sonpayIt 20000 on margins to Frank AViI thiity thousand persons pirticipated jes ono oclock oclock morning over this city at was also understood that anothe r sides of the pit at the start the former this and when last St Lot is Juno 20 John Hhodmakor a tcrday on the historic battle Held in tho seen was proceeding near Vienna broke C cents and the latter nearly 5 cents of Kershaws Milwaukee brokers had 200 west northwest carpenter of this city reported to tho celebration or the loytli anniversary of Or the 116500 people in Kansas 173 000 bushels oa his account margined at in the first flvo minutes police to day that ho believed the girl Washingtons evacuation of the place OOOareforeigniborn 52000 arc from Ger 2 cents a loss of nearly J2000J more The first bid madeTor May wheat A ZcalousCatholics Reward murdered at Rahway N J was his prior to the battle ol Ocrniaiitown Con munyJ20000 aro from Ireland 24000 from was SI cents and six minutes later wheat HooKer Crittenden Co wero also Gkciv lUv Wis Juno 17 J II M daughter Mary Rhodmaker who left his gress will be asked for an appropriation England Of thenative bora inhabitants dropped to 79 cents a difference of 4 brokers for Kershaw and it was feared 1W00 are from Illipoisi to make thr histoiic battle field a National Wigmnn of this city hns been made a cents from the closing price Monday that they could notsur ivc ST Hooker home three years ago and had been emKnight of the Order of St Gregory tho night Such a scurrying of brokers and said he Alfought ho would bo all right but ployed in Rahway for the past year Sinco Park Tnn ladies offashville Tenn have Great for las zeal and service to tho formcdun association for tho purpose of messengers is seldom seon They rnsbci was not able to say then In fact tho solv- Â¬ tho murder ho has heard nothing from Aged Farmer Hangs Himself church The breve conveying the title is erecting a monumenftotho Confederate in and out of the big room hatlcss and out ency of the three houses mentioned depend her Before that tragedy she wrote reguJune 10 Herman a largo piece of parchment written in SnrinvviLLr K Co On the afternoon larly dead of Tennessee pearly tS000 have of breath some to unload wheat and upon Kershaw Rothschild aged seventy five a wealthy Latin scaled with the Popes seal and an board it was reported that Joseph Wilde a others torget instructloas Within alreadrbeensabscribed An Old Fashioned Fourth f hoar millions by the broker had thrown up the sponge Tho farmer residing near Southville com- signed by Cardinal Lcdochowski Tho r r rPioTKwoI Amherst College has de-Â¬ clique v- - of bashelswere sold scenes recall to old time brokers the ex- Â¬ PiTTsnCKGii Major Samuel muted suicido by hanging himself in his emblem of the Order is a golden octagonal Juno 20 parted for Japan to observe the coming The brokers running tho citement of 1S77 and the days of super Harper department commnudcr of Pennbarn He had been demented for some cross with the upper part red nnd bear solar eclipse He took with him a large corner began supposed tobo cents while dollar wheat by biddings sylvania of the Grand Army of the Repub- Â¬ lime ing in a red field tho figure of Pope Gregtelescope and other apparatus which he the opposition wore offering wheat at SCJ When tho first dispatches were received an order requesting tho ory the Great This is worn with a red will set up about a hundred miles from A few minutes after eleven oclock Murry from Chicago showing that alarm was lic has issued Stage Coach Robbed posts throughout the department to cele- Â¬ silk ribbon fringed with gold upon tho -- Tokior Kelson approached President Wright and prevailing there and a panic In prices St Loris Jiinc 19 The Hallwiu and the coming Fourth of July in an old At an American exhibltloa ia London made application for the marginal price of about to prevail brokers here becama In- Â¬ bratemanner the ceremonies to include Manchester stage coach running from left breast time thero is exhibited a flre proof aad water June wheat to bo fixed MrvVnght rc tensely nervous and l3gan to offer hold- Â¬ the running up of the stars and stripes A Stale With Two Governors Ballwin to Barrette Mo containing fifproofvila cfcarosfcA fcnircly C straw pBedf that J tho matter weuld bo con ings without number but takers could not teen pH sscngcrs was stopped by masked Cur or Mexico via G mvkston Juno 17- a salute and the Every part if ifriii J the foundations t altered atj a mfeng to be held later be found The July option was tho ono firing of national of Independence reading men and about T0 taken The situation in Chihuahua where thero of the Declaration hero the ckimneys is of straw compressed to whllo the above conversation was going dealt inby most and it bj oke rapidly fol- Â¬ aro two rival Govcrnorsand State Lcgis on the alloged cliqua brokers were selling lowed the others Brokers who had form artificial wood Kentucky Union Labor Party Outrages Against Jews latui cs excites interest here but it is not deals had tostand by and shoulder losses against Bbookltn has achieved a place among Julycflfieat carrying tho cash wheat theyÂ¬ because no one would have tho stuff at Pesth June 20 A mob yesterday set f Frankfort June It The Union Labor believed that the Federal Government will had been Tho excitement inthe cities of sweets Eight hundred thou creased as the hands oaChevindicator ad-Â¬ anypriccj whllo brokers fairly crawled fire to tho Jewish quarter of the town of party Of Kentucky has put a full ticket in actively interfere to prcscrvo tho pcacje saad dollars is annually expended in that vanced to 7S5 and thsst dropped 7S A over each other to get to the pit to offer Duna Szerdahely In Hungary The quar- Â¬ the field A IL Uargm of Crittenden is It is said in Government circles that tho to city by caady eaters aadfl60000 of this minute later the hands pointed to their wheat July wheat sold off from ter was almost entirely destroyed and 125 the candidate Tor Governor The convenmatter will be settled according to duo sum is for caramels whlcb if placed ia a T7S a families were made homeless tion was held at La Grange process of law and without resort to arms drop ef six cents and line would reach from Brooklyn toBos the shorts wero wild JN NEW 1 ORK AH eorts of New York Juno 13 Tho wheat market Exposition ol 1887 toa extravagaat bids wcw made but very Pacific Submarine Cable Soldiers Monument Washington June Assistant Sccrc A new theory ef the Snal destruction of few were accepted The bids fluc- Â¬ broke badly upon receipt of tho news of Nrw Haven-- Ct Juno 17 The citizens San Fiiancico June 2 The Pacific thedcclino at Chicago and great excite tary Maynard has instructed the Surveyor the earth is that the polar ice is penetrat tuated between 77Kc and 77c until the big now an assured fact Reported heavy of Cnstoms at Louisville Ky to pdrsue of this city have erected a monument one ing the interior of the globe likoa wedge bell eaJheJtower struck twelve then the mout followed and the report receipts submarine cableis Vancouver tho Pacific at the Southern Exposition or lSi to be hundred and ten feet high upon East Jthat the It will extend from indicator snowed that a sale bad been at nhe West and that as soon aJHtaacfcea the fur-Â¬ held at Louisville the same course in re- ltock an elevation of four hundred and nace there will be aa explosion that will made at 78XVWaes thoscrmvd was wild clique was broken depressed tho market terminus of tho Canadian Pacific railway live commemora- Â¬ above sea level months bcinj weakcstf At one p touching split the worldfiato pieces too small for The entire board was little leataa a early tcrtbaroport0ftho failure Ja big subsidy Hawaii and Fiji to Australia A gard to the storage exhibition and sale or tion feet her heroes of theinrevolutionary or of fMX000 per annum has been foreign articles a was adopted al the ex- Â¬ peadesaoniam aad I tho bcarsjj de- Â¬ mTaf tntckpatcWt jPAwar Mexican war war of 13- and tho clared it just retributlaa on bull house In Chicago tho excitement was obtained from the Canadian Hawaiian positions or 1SW3 and 1SS0 JEx ViOtPasniDtjif Haxkibal Hamlin the bullish wheat manipulators At intense Wheat continued nervous the and Australian Govcrnmcnts civil war t August as 1230 came the startling aaaeancc cxtremo decline boing 4 cents on July Snake Bitten Mormons Want Statehood sures aisfrle4Jtbat he feels like a mcethat alL-- persons having trades with Juno comes next with a break of 3 coots JTAsnviLtE Ini June 10 A little son of Train Robbers Arrested healthy sua of Bfty aad is consUntly Roscnfeld Jt Co one of the cliquo hekscs Lake Utah June 17 Mormons to- Â¬ and on later months au irregular dccllno Solomon Uines was bitten on the loot by a a call coantiag hack HHder the vague feeling should close them at once The uproar or 1 to 1J cents Tho option dealings AustinTex June 20 Three men sup copperhead snake yesterday He is now day issued meet infor a constitutional con- Â¬ reached nearly 30000000 Bushels tho posed this city Juno thatamisUkehasbecB made in estima- - had not subsided when July wheat took toliave been Implicated in the Fla badly swollen aud reported in a danger- Â¬ vention to the convention is to 30 The purpose of apply for the fourth and worst urn ofthe dayand largest ovor recorded Corn sympathized tonia train robbery have been arrested In ous condition cent and with wheat and spots were Statehood THE peseiWMfref premature burial lias dropped Jarramoniobtto 74 cents 1 J Lavaca County m At Rosenfelds office ManagerFrankJehn futures j to cents lower Panic at a Circus been coasWered so great by the Madrid son was charge Against Commercial Union and said the cliqaejiai in HcnrVM Kepler of anddlctown New Lisnov O June 10 A panic was authorities that the municipal cemetery violated all of its verbal written ana telLoom June 15 There was a great Toronto Oxt June 17 After a long St Md found n turtle on his farm the caused at a circus performance by a per debate last night a decision was arrived has bees arajWed wjtkaa electric sigBal egraphic promises to put up more excitement on merlins deal oftho great tumblochange yesterday other day and on the shell of the forming elephant attacking a clown In at that commercial union with the United toff In the price of ich will notify the ot Wh over C S 1761 fidahrwueughtest movement in any not ocentaiJtaun6Vhwas decided that in whcatJn Chicago especially as tho crowd Kepler the excitement several ladies and children States would not be in thcintercstor Can fr deposited it cofla ia the rceeiviag vaults- - order to treat all aliko aad fiad out waere has been and is still very bearish and has looked over some old papers and find- Â¬ were hurtand one of the lady equestriennes ada The meeting was made up or mem Â¬ u England i tohave a silver dollar or its they stood they had bettor order the trades been playing tho short sido both hero and ing that in 1756 tho farm was deeded was thrown from her horse and seriously bers closely identified with the manufac- Â¬ injured As tho break progressed in pricUmatiWby the Chieek closed out so the announcement was ac- Â¬ In Chicaco eeuivaeaC turing interests of Cauada f U A to Casper Shoaf is confident that the Chicago very heavy offerings were mado cordingly made Continuing ho said appears la the LeaSea Ga2tttet stating that Refuses to Send Troaps by there was hero for 16000000 bushels n aas oeen inougni nt to order that a new butWe have paidof the directors of the of wheat shorts butTho declinealso active buying not letters and date were cut on tho shell Frankfokt Kr June 10 Governor Kev Favorable to Yellow Fever The wet therefore was the attitude 126 years ago June 17 West board In oeia to be called a double florin should be declaring every Knott refuses to send troops to Rowan weather favors Fla spread or yellow rover being fejs than 2 available sforage inch the corned It will weigh SfO grains and pass la the city regular of made it appear oom great recovery at the close coats with a County upon the order of any official And what kind of a man was stating that new cBrreatart itswte of IB orWHHHth of t tftttewe rouldIWcoBipen- e- to slight the officials themselves are the There were three large cases yesterday Â¬ OTHER T0JNT3 A number of refuyourliusband a weeping widow was law breakers If troops are sent it will but no deaths New take aad pay for anaest theeaUre gees sailed Tor York by the steamer Baltimore Md Juno 157 The Balti- Â¬ asked Well I thought he was an be to simply keep the peace wre as sanr Wsthcr jurd ens It Ia S Carondclet last night more wheat market broke yesterday 3 that several more their respective terms of office Presidents to dayregular and it was warehouses woolC be cents on spot an3 cents on futures nngerbefoitTwc were married but I made even tho intentieato Salvation Army Mobbed P erce aad Buchanan were- - absent f rom turn the Exposition bulldlnginte a warehouse Overjlr45j000 bushels wore sold i found I had made a great mistake He Rich Gold and Silver Discovery Qceefc June 19 A mob attacked Washington the same number of days if necessary We verc afraid to take any aero Dulctii Minn7Junel5- - A panic struck was just the reverse But he got reÂ¬ Ss Antonio Tex- June 17 A rich dis Â¬ while the aameiy nny jmmQp wheat hut we will psytsiiar focAsttsr oa all tho wheat market yesterday morning ligion before he died and I guess hes the Salvation Army streets this latter covery of gold nd silver Is reported from was parading the after causing havoc among dealers July opened near iBawABnn IhMSiaJB sWwsigi JfeaarW oar debts DunngiSs afVraoou sessionrwas offi at 79 cents seller and August SO cents sell- an angel now Thats some consola- Â¬ noon showering stones and other missiles Burnett County vein istho Pack Saddle four feet wide Mouiitains The baa beea relieved of the command of the Philadelphia Press cially announced that E W Bailey aVco er July closed at72 cents and August tion on them Several were seriously injured and consists of rich decomposed ore m and flamill At Brino requested all partes at 73i cents bid oue Miss McHarg it is believed fa strained with iron Traces of an old MexIt is estimated on the basis of and slaed to the command of the Depart having trades with them to MiNSKAroLW Minn Juno ican mine and furnaces were found and BisMTatifeyilllseeiirilsaceeediar Briga oat at oace Tho instant this close ahem Pillsbury is authority for the 15 C A statistics gathered from all the States fatally Three arrests were made statemcut aiinoaeoe j it is thought that these arc the lost San ment was made July wheat droppsito that no ore hero was caught by the heavy and Territories that there will be fif- Â¬ Earthquake at Summerville Saba mines but soon recovered and went sack decline in whoat In Chicago June wheat teen thousand miles of new railroad era ia Chicago at the present 7 m 3tett 19 CnAJtusTON S A spffcial to declined 10 cents below Mondays closing Swindled Life Insurance Companies the present year the Vflrw Courier June laid during reports a startling Among the Irms coBcerniag which amt Millers here are generally pleased at the track SALrsi Ouk Juno 17 Bryant 13 Cran and about the same length of track re shock of earthquake at Summerville at tattmt WMfelf iras that oIRenha collapse of the- wheat corner laid 1037 tills morning accompanied bv the dall who was thought to havo suicided at Co which was koR t have aotaifcr ssjr ssvw W9 sBfiet jtI Term A 9 was arrested ii m most prolonged roaring board alnoa lMo Niagara Falls In April UHtcUeveherCi As soon a tha heard opsaed There art only sixteen Apactas on tbv saflMavtai fsHsaalvasi Four Ineuiaccn onratif here tonlnyi Wapwallopen Is the plctufesrjut r 71 of lut yar CUtrlaaUti Ike aeercttry ret HMlnh cowtiaWH frem Wfpah v if paid uen on ft HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY RENTUCK Y FR1 DA Y J UNE 247 1887 XXIfNO PEOgs r 1 38 bo etc Eia XTt 1 Â¬ -- jL2rx sal THE HERITAGE mind under a Democratic regime will irinn rWl Â¬ aug Â¬ -- 1 -- Â¬ Its Uepletlon Stiflifra Cor the Firt Time a Qoastotf Century Whatever niaybe laid to President Clevelands eliarjjeTjy his partisan op- Â¬ ponents he willjiipon one ground be long held in remembrance by his Administra Â¬ the people tion and undqrjljsiirectlon the deple Â¬ tion aud rohueAirtBC public domain has for the lirit Mae ba quarter of a century receiver check and future that Uncle Sam generations fin still has land U thorn a farm will look hack to lest Clevelands time with heai rratitude m A ood deal iixcaSlwie ia Uoa- HnytAtai nnUw gross toward- thc lands B srtinllwfHlir fclairijwj turned over tholand- - Kral an important element in the con- Â¬ test of next year It is a feeling of sat isfaction almost universal aaid-it-- ia deepcucd by the contemplation of tho stability method and public order that mark the Democratic AdSiinisfration so different from the diorcler dcrangt nicnt and ruin which the Republican organs falsely predicted ltia a Inert force hard to overcoraeJ Whevrn large bodies of Republicans declaim that Mr Cleveland is gocUie ugh President for tfacmn it f shows that the authority of epublicaaisa is brokqa aad tae Democracy is ia power as long as it behaves itself welL Tho jpecjl desired a agjpmi rs- - SKfe I aow SL Xouis BcpublieiHtvZjjfc YV I o jjMu tliaC which has buen -- Â¬ taken by the Sec rotary of the Interior in rcspt to the revocation of the orders withdrawing railroad indemnity lands from settle- Â¬ ment The dcctsionof the President in the Guilford Miller case paved the way for this action and the wonder is in the light of that decision that ac- Â¬ tion was not takoo long since The fact that it has not been can only be accounted for on the theory that those interested in the indemnity lands so called UVaMFih3rc fm reform is rnitcrrinrKrccnort-Ti V uMf Uil vrnXf - rfs9p Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Iui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ over Congress and the Administration at Washington Tho whole business of withdrawing these lands was a disgraceful piece of subserviency to the railroad corpora Â¬ tions Thoy had their grants and the land they took up under them was at all times as the event has shown largely in excess of any amount which they had actually earned by compli- Â¬ ance with the terms of their grants Congress has been compelled to foifcit millions of acres because of the failure of the corporations to comply with those conditions And yet at the same time enormous tracts of land were withdrawn and withcld from sale and settlement to indemnify these cor- Â¬ porations against any shortage in the grant There was no provision even in the cases where indemnity lands were actually earned compelling the corporation to make selection so that tho rest of the witlihcldterritorv mitrht be thrown open to settlement and the companies very naturally and thriftily posponed their selection so that it might lie ascertained which lands were most valuable or in sonic cases which lands had been enhanced in value by settlers And this moustroiyt injus- Â¬ tice of discriminating against the settler in favor of railrmd companies w lioe claim was at best incomplete and in many cae5 had no legal exist Â¬ ence has been persisted in for years while the public domain available for settlement grew narrower and nar- Â¬ rower every year The putting an end to this rank in Â¬ justice this gross favoritism in behalf of railroad cotporations stamps Presi Â¬ dent Clevelands Administration as the first real friend the people have had in power at Washington sinco the war It may be thought perhaps that we are too sanguine in speaking of the in- Â¬ justice as ended Future administra- Â¬ tions it may bo urged will undo the work which that of President Cleveland has begun and is evidently determined to complete Wc think not It is not unlikely that in the vicissitudes of pol Â¬ itics there ma be eras in the future of corruption and robbery like that wjiich began duriti the war and was only terminated by the triumph of the De Â¬ mocracy three years ago 1ut if there are the- - will take some other form than that of attack upon the public domain There is an aroused publit sentiment in that behalf which will make it impossible for many a long year to inaugurate any such raid upon the peoples land as that for which the robbers are now being brought to judgment Detroit Free Press DEMOCRATIC GROWTH Why tho rconlo Will Mo Averse to a Iolltlcal Chsase Next Year It is a curious illustration of Amer- Â¬ exercised too much influence Criticism of Jotui skaraiaas Snriarfleld Soeeoh The statesman who a few months ago asked the business men of Cincin- Â¬ nati to formulate an economical and financial policy for the politicians on the ground that the latter were tip a stump and were incapable of extricat- Â¬ ing the Government from thctlifficultf s surrounding it found words andTtimc at Springfield in this State to discuss all the ancient history that he is famil- Â¬ iar with and to air as much of his con Â¬ temptible partisanship as the-- occasion would admit of Unable to suggest a remedy for any evil of to dav the poli Â¬ tician who presumes on theignorance and prejudice of his hearers goes back over the years and conies out sfrong on questions long since settled forever No man in America is more formidable in this role than John Sherman No man in America is weaker more useÂ¬ less and more dumb in the presence of the prodigious questions now confront jng the Nation ctery one of theiuim portant in its way tlutn John Sher Â¬ man Senator Sherman presumes to assert that thgrc is something in the tenden- cics of one patty which makes it prcjf erablc to another and to sum iiiplus ctidencc on this momentous pointhe declares that in the first place Cleve- Â¬ land was elected by fraud and has characterized his Administration by appointing rebels to office and treating tho Union veteran with ignominy In this is to be seen the same old assumpÂ¬ tion of personal moral patriotic and intellectual superiority by one party over another without a shadow of basis and in fact contradicted by every event of importance in the last century For every Republican patriot wise man good man handsome man well dressed man or cleanjnaria Democrat of equal standing4 may bo produced For every rebel in placo under Cleveland a rebel can bo found who was in place under theTlJc publicans F3r evory Union soldiei smittenby Cleveland one can be found who was smitten by a Republican These things are conceded everywhere in lifesac in the political stump ocin the columns of the editorial- - swash- Â¬ iSnT55Crts43BsWHsissWBiBH o buckler v is discouraging beyond measure to see a man who has long been con- Â¬ spicuous in public life and who asplrfci to high things pitching his canvass for the Presidency on so low and wretched a plane The time has come for something better The people seem to be demanding something better They have something immevsurably better at Washington already If tlie John Shermans can not ris to the level reached by the present clean and It - progressive Administration and take issue with it not pnf questions Iwith which it has and can have nothing to do but upon the issues in the solution of which it is now engaged they will cut a sorry figure next wear jThcjrc actionary is never jymular in a free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ ySotncrn 1 Â¬ i it 1- m Â¬ Sit o -- ican politics and at the same time a significant tribute to the conservative spirit of tho Democracy that the most potent argument three j ears ago in favor of keeping the Republican party in power is becoming one of the most potent arguments in favor of the con- Â¬ tinued ascendancy of its antagonist When the Republican organs and lead- Â¬ ers had exhausted every other reason for making Mr Blaine President in 1S84 they crowned the discussion with this supreme consideration that it would bo unwjso anil hazardous to make a change Repnbicanism was safe it had been in power for six quadrennial terms and the country The Democratic knew what it Avas part- - had been out of power so long that it had forgotten how to govern it was raw clumsy ignorant inex-Â¬ perienced and somewhat revolutio- Â¬ naryand it would be unsafe to intrust the finances tho revenues the army and navy and the Indian and public lands bureaus to such a party Let the Government remain in the hands of thoso who havo administered it so well Who would have thought that in less than three years this same considera- Â¬ tion would become a bulwark of the party it was employed against and be a ohicf reason for keeping the party that employed it out of country iT In the coming PrcsidcntialeTcction the Republican candidates will not bo asked whether they will light the Southern Confeilemev nr not TKe will not be questioned as to their slani ing oothe Missouri Compromise orua the Kansas and Nebraska qncsfion They will not be catechized with ref- Â¬ erence to the reconstruction ofiJia States lately in rebellion -- 3t t rf m make no difforenco whether theyfongKt as Union soldiers or stayed at home as John Sherman did What they will have to meet willbe the record of an honest painstaking patriotic dem-Â¬ ocratic Administration Theynuiyro fcr something else butt that willtWjke thing which will confront y Herald o Xhcm-CAi-e- bRIFT of opiNfortf John Sherman ought to Jjo ashamed to make a snceclvlikevthat t Springfield to people whoareiafth habit of thinking withjthiri beads JTcraa Hcstoo far West cvidcjUiy Sher- Â¬ It is all right man to try to win over Illinois bpV ho should first make sure of Jhiowljich has never yet heartilv sqppqfedlii9 Presidential aspirations St Zqhu JfcpilWKJB t fpjj v l Senator rCjif m 1 Â¬ Pi hftijad ciit Â¬ m a m aficfedeffiriat -- - T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ a m -- I -- power And yet the Republican or- Â¬ gans themselves are recognizing the contented condition of tho public mind under the Democratic Administration as the most formidable impediment in their way in the next contest The very papers that vainly attempted to make the country belicvo it vould be hazardous andunwiso to makeachanjre in 1884 are forced to confess that the country believes it would bo hazardous and unwise to nakc a change lu 1888 One of these papers admits with uncon- Â¬ cealed chagrinthat there are multi- Â¬ tudes of timid easy going people who are already saying that Cleveland is good enough President for them1 and another says it must lie admitted that there arc nota few Republicans who take bat little interest in politics and who express mild Hpproval of the Dcmo crntla President1 tional Republican conventionto Wmij natc Jay Goud as John Sherrian The principal wouldmakeasformYdai bio a eandidate as hiJtLgenDes r i Moines Leader General CTtliD who ran as the Republican candidate for mayor of Brooklyn in 1885 has announced his withdrawal from the Republican party and his pnrpose of uniting with the Democratic party St Louis Ucan It would tM be as well for IJiNa- f l VJt3i jfl T i i- -- J 1 s1 - tuav of ft Fsnajylranift YlUagti Uave oistm bis dth filii cjawitedneM 0J The fact that Inter State Com-Â¬ missioner Bragg of Alabama wasthe man who as State Railroad Coramisn sioner compelled the railroads of that State to grant cqualaccouimodatljns to white and black for tieusarue money answers columus of Johnhermana humbug about the Confederate aisw cendency Springfield Hepublican Stnatdr Sherman saysihatttha American people demand a frecbjd t let a fair count and cprrectturupj True and these are precisely thetfcnat the people could not get wlenpow Hayes rattled round inthe chalrwntcrV Mr Tilden would have flllwIAIafr count Oh yes that is what wo want and what We shall have under a Dfm -- -- 5f j VKl -- fHWtJ Cfarit WJllrn JVi 1 HtfU tiC 4 r J- - o A I i r-- u- tsr rJlL-- fe rsi 7 att r Af - Sit s - jmrq V l VJite - J Q -- r K teamMssiism vSir53 lsSS if OtJR CITIES The Street a Poor School in Children WUch J H Sfe v to Brinjr Up The Downward Course of Yopth Must lie SermottbyKevi T DeWItt Checked D Talmagf The text or Rev Talmage this morning TDe fVitt men of tho city said unto wis And the Elisha Behold I pray thee the situation of this city is pleasant as my Lord sccth hut the water is naught and the ground And he said Bring me a new barren Ana they cruse and put salt therein brought it to him And ho went forth unto the spring of the waters and cast the salt in there and said Thus said the Lord I have healed these waters there shall not be from thenco any more dearth or barren land So the waters were healed unto this day II Kings ii 19 21 Dr Talmage said It is difficult to estimate how much of the prosperity and health of a city arc do Tho time pendent upon good water when through well laid pipes and from safe reservoir an abundance of water or or Ridgcwood from Croton Schuylkill is brought into the city is ap- Â¬ propriately celebrated with oration and pyrotechnic display- - Thank God every day for clear bright beautiful sparkling water as it drops in the shower or tosses upin tho fountain or rushes out of the hydranti v The City of Jericho notwithstanding all its physical and commercial advantages was lacking in this important clement There was enough water but it was dis- eascdand the people were crying out by rca- son thereof Elisha the Prophet comes to tho Be says rescue Get me a new cruse So fillit with salt and bring it to me the crusetof salt was brought the prophet and I aeo him walking outto the general reservoir and lie takes that salt and throws it into the reservoir and lot all tho Jmpuritics depart through a supernatural and divine influence and tho waters are good and frosh and clear and all thePpco- ple clap their hands and lift up their faces Water for Jericho clear in gladness bright beautiful God given water 5f AVdifferent times I have pointed outto yotfthefountalns of municipal corruption ana mis morninga propose 10 snow you what arc the means for tho rectification of those fountains There are four or five kinds of salt tjiat have a cleansing ten- Â¬ dency So far as God may help me I shall bring a cruse of salt to the work and empty It into the great reservoir of munic- Â¬ ipal crime sin and shame ignorance and abomination In this work of cleansing our cities I have first to remark that there is work for the broom and shovel that nothing else caao There has always been an intimate connection between iniquity and dirt The filthy parts of Ithc great cities arc always the most iniquitous parts The gutters and the pavements of the Fourth Ward Jfew York illustrate aud symbolize the character of the people in the Fourth Ward Tho first thine that a bad man docs when ho is converted is thoroughly to waih himself There wero this morning on the way to the different churches thou- Â¬ sands of men in proper apparel who before their conversion wero unfit in their Sabbath dress When on tho Sabbath I see a man uncleanly in his dress my sus- t lcions in regard to his moral character are aroused and they art always well foundedj So as to allow no excuse for lack of ablution God bos cleft the continents with rivers and lakes and has sunk five great oceans and all the world ought to be clean Away then with the dirt from our cities not only because the physical health nqeds an ablution but because nil the great moral and religious interests of the cities demand it as a positivo necessity A filthy city always has been and always will be a wicked city Through the upturning of the earth for im great improvement our city could not be expected to be as clean as usual but for the illimitable dirt of Brooklyn for the last six months there is no excuse It is not merely a mater of dust iu the eyes and mud for the shoes and stench for the nostrils but of morals for the soul Another corrective influence that we would bring to bear upon the evils of our great cities is a Christian printing press The newspapers of any place are the test of its moralityr immorality The newsboy who runs- - along the street with a roll of newspapers underhis arm is a tremen- Â¬ dous force that can not be turned aside nor resisted and at his every step fhe cityis elevated or degraded This tTmngryiO aevouringAmcrican mind must have something to read and upon editors and authors aud book publishers and parents andjtcachers rest the responsibility of what they shall read Almost every man you meet has a book in his hand or a newspaper iu his pocket What book if it you have in your hand J What newspaper is it you have in your pocket Ministers may preach reformers may planplnlanthropistsmay toil for the elevation ofuhc suffering and the criminal butjuntil tlthc newspapers of the land and all he booksellers of tho land set thmslvcsagainst an iniquitous liter- Â¬ atureuntil then wo shall bo fighting against fearful odds Every time the cylinders of our great publishing houses turn they make the earthquake From jlhem goes forth a thought like au angel of cuigHttrfeed and bless the world or like an angel of darkness to smite it with cor- Â¬ ruption and sin and shame and death MajrUod and His omnipotent Spirit purify imd elevate tho American printing press I go on further and say that we must deÂ¬ pend upon the school for a great deal of correcting influence Community can no more afford to have ignorant men in its midst than it can afford to have uncaged hyenas Ignorance Is the mother of hydra headed - crimdThfrty one per cent of all tho crim- Â¬ inals of New York Stotercan neither read nor writc Intellectual darkness is gen rcrailyTJA precursor ortnorar darkness I know there are educated outlaws men who through theirifcarpness of intellect are m ado more dangerous They use their fine penmanship in sigaing other peoples namcsJand their science in ingenious burglansMd their fine manners in adroit libcrtijjtism They go their round of si with wll ut apparel and dandling gjfS v jewelry aad Watches of eighteen karats and kid gloves They are refined edu- catcd BMgkificent villains But that is liAxecgUoiUvU Jsgcncrlly the case that thccriauRl cfasses are at ignonmt as they tie proof of what I say flfe wicked go luio inc prisons snu me penitentiaries and lookupon the men and women incar- cerated Tho dishonesty in tho eye tho low passion in the lip are not more con- Â¬ spicuous than the ignorance in the fore- headThe ignorant classes are always the daagereus classes- - Demagogues mar--- faal them Taey aVe aetmleasj and are driven before the gale Itia high time that all cHy andSUto au- I thority w well as the Federal Govern ment appreciate the awful statistics that while yearsago in this country there was SciXpart forty oight millions of acres of ladtt far sefceel purposes there are now in New England one hundred and ninety one thousand people who can neither read nor wiite and in the State of Pennsylvania ttwo hundred aad twenty two thousand who can neither read nor write and in the State of XewlYork twt hundred and forty one thousand who can neither read nor write while in the United States there arc nearly six millions who can neither read aor write Statistics enough to stag gee and coafound any man who loves his Godani his country Now in view of this fact I am in favor of compulsory education fj KhenaaroBts are so bestial astoneg aoti UiBty to the child I say the law with a strong hand at tho same time with ougnt to lead the little ones gAj cnua out into the light of intelligence and good moraWl Itwaseautiful tableau when a swarthy policeman having jyjUnaajpalatt child la th strwt was HajMimg iM erto with ft stick of 4jFMM III Die applfl sUiuli r BgooKUX June 19 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Jfc Â¬ Â¬ -- um If iaoart fa4 4 m HKi tafht That was well dono and beautifully done tlon aud hid their robes washed andOmade for But oh these thousands of little ones white in tho blood of the Lamb through our streets who are crying for somo one to write thojboy heroes and girl over the bread of knowledge and intelligence heroines who have triumphed rags want Yea and filth and Shall we not give it to them The oBccrs andtarvattoa of the law ought to go down into the cellars the record has already been made mado shall and and up into the garrets and bring out by tho hand of God songs whentheso and rejoicing it these benighted little ones and put them come at last with broad banner to hold the under educational influences after they will take a very battle fields on which thoy names of all the have passed through tho bath and under got tho victory the comb putting before them tho Somo years ago a rough clad ragged boy and teaching them to read the New York Prayer and the Sermon on the came into my brothers office inmc live dolLords and said Mr Talmage lend Mount Blessed are tho poor in spirit Who are you My brother said for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven Our lars lam nobod3 Lend mc Tho boy replied city ought to bo father and mother both to What do you want to do these outcast little ones As a recipe for five dollars Well the cure of much of the woo and want and with five dollars Is sick and the boy rcI poor and pliedi my mother crime of our city I give tho words which newspaper business Thorwaldscn had chiseled on the open want to go into tho for her and I will home scroll in the hand of the statue of John and 1 shall get a My brother gave him tho Gutenberg tho inventor of the art of pay you back courso never expecting to five dollars of printing Let there be light When will you see it again but he said Still further Reformatory societies are pay It The boy said I will pay it in an important element in the rectification six months sir Time went by and ouo of the public fountains Without calling day a lad camo into my brothers any of them by name I refer more espe- Â¬ office and said Theres your five dolcially to those which recognlio the phys Â¬ lars I What do you mcin What fivo ical as well as the moral woes of the dollars inquired m brother Dont world There was pathos and a great deal you remember that a boy camo in here six of common sense in what the poor woman months ago and wanted to borrow five dol- Â¬ said to Dr Guthrie when he was telling lars to go into the newspaper business her what a vcrygood woman sho ought to Oh yes I remember aro you the lad be Oh she said if you were as hungry Yes he replied I have got along niceand cold as I am you could think of noth ly I have got a nice homo for my mother ingelse I believe the great want of our she is sick vet and I am as well clothed city is tho Gospel and something to as you are and theres your five dollars catl Faith and repentance are of in Oh was he not worth saving Why that finite importance but they can not satisfy lad is worth fifty such boys as 1 havo an empty stomach I You have to go forth sometimes seen moving in elegant ciriu this work with the bread of eternal life cles never put to any uso for God or in your rigftt hand and the bread of this than Worth saving I go lifeinyour left hand and then you can raau and tcU you that they further only arc not that touch thcm imitating thaLord Jesus worth saving but they arc being saved Christ who first broke the bread and fed Ono of- - these lads picked up from our the multitudo in the wilderness aad then streets and sent West by a benevolent so- Â¬ began to preach recognizing the fact that ciety wrote East saying I am getting while people are hungry they will along first rate I am on probation in tho not listen and thejf- - will not re Â¬ Methodist Church I shall be entered as a pent Wo want more common sense in member the first of next month I now the distribution of our charities fewer teach a Sunday school class of eleven magnificent theories and more hard work boys I get along first rate with it This Still further the great remedial influ- is a splendid country to make a living in ence is tho Gospel of Christ Take that If the boys running around tho street with down through the lanes of sufcring Take a blacking box on their shoulder or bundlo that downamid the hovels of sinTako that of papers under their arras only knew what up amid tho mansions and palaces of your high old times we boys have out here they city That is tho salt that can cure all the wqpldnt hesitate about coming West but So soma poisoned fountains of public iniquity Do come the first chance they got you know that in this cluster of Ihree by one human and Christian visitatiou and cities New York JcrseyCityfcand Brook spmc by another are being rescued In lyntherearc agrcat multitude of homeless one reform school through which two children You sec I speak more in regard thousand of the little ones passed ono to tho youth aud tho children of the coun- thousand nine hundred and nincty fivo try because old villains arc seldom re- turned out well In other words only fivo formed and therefore I talk more about of the two thousand turned out badly There arc thousands of them who through the little ones Â¬ tho stoops in tho Christian societies havo boon transplant They sleep under ed to beautiful homes all over this land burncd out safe in tho wagons in tho the rich and there streets on the barges wherever they can graces of are many who through have alour Lord Jesus Christ get a board to cover them And in the summer they sleep all night long in the ready won the crown For this vast multitudo aro wc willing to parks Their destitution Js well set forth go forth from this mornings service and by an incident A citymissionary askcl one of them Whero Is your home J see what wc can do employing all tho agencies I havo spoken of for the rectifiI dont have no home sir Said be We live Well where are your father and cation of the poisoned fountains in a beautiful city Tho line hive lallen They are dead sir mother Did we havo a you ever hear of Jesus Christ No I to us in pleasant places and goodly heritage and any man whodoos Did dont think I ever heard of Him you ever hear of God Yes Ive heard not like a residence in Brooklyn must be a of God Some of tho poor people think it most uncomfortable and unreasonable kind of lucky at night to say something man But my friends the nmteriiil prosover about that before they ago to sleep perity of a city is not its chief glory Yes sir Ive heard of Him Think of a Thcro may be fine houses and beautiful in a Christian city streets and that all the garniture of a conversation like that How many are waiting for you to come sepulchcr Sonic of the most prosperous out in the spirit of the Lord Jesus Christ cities of the world have gone down not and rescue them from the wretchedness onestono left upon another But a city here Ob that the Church of God had may be in ruins long before n tower has arms long enough and hearts warm fallen or a column has crumbled or a When m a city enough to take them up How many of tomb has been defacol them thcreare As I was thinking of the the churches of God are full of cold formsubject this morning it seemed to mo as alities and inanimate religion when tho though there was a great brink and that houses of commerc3 are the abode of fraud streets these littlo ones with cut and torn feet and unholy traffic when tho and in Unarrested were coming on toward it And there is a are filled with crimehelplessness unpiticd group of orphans O fathers and mothers unenlightened and though every church that what do you think of these fatherless and were acity is in ruins every moneyed inSt Peters and No hand at home motherless little ones stitution were a Bank of England and to take care of their appareL no heart to every library weio a British Mnscum and pity them Said one little one when the every house had a porch like that of mother died Who will take care of my Rlieims and a roof like that of Amiens clothes now The little ones arc thrown and a tower like that of Antwerp and out in the great cold worlS They aro traccricd windows like those of Freiburg shivering on the brink like lambs on tho verge of a precipice Does notour blood NEIGHBORLY ANTS run cold as they go over it And here is another group that como on Their Womlrrful Kecanl for Each Oth Â¬ er Welfare and Sfoty toward the precipice They are the chilThe Biblo has made ants famous for in dren of besotted parcnU They are worse off than orphans Look at that pale check dustry and foresight and modern natural woe bleached itC Look at that gash across ists find few animals inoro worthy of the forehead tho father struck it Hear study These insects are not only sur- Â¬ that heart piercing cry a drunken mot- prisingly intelligent but manifest a lively as tho folhers blasphemy compsllcd it And wc regard for each others welfare lowing incident well Illustrates It is O yd suffering come out and we say taken from Mr Belts Naturalists in Nipeeled and blistered ones wc come to help caragua you Too late cry thousands of voices One day while watching a smill col- Â¬ The path wc travel is Mecp down and umn of these foraging ants IplficJ a little And we catch stone on one of them to secure it Ih next we cant stop Too late our breath and ive make a terrific outcry that approached as soon as It discovered Too late is echoed from the garret to its situation ran back In an agitated manthe cellar from the ginfshop and from the ner to communicate the intelligence to tho Too late brothel It is too lite and others Thoy rushed to the rescue Somo bit at the stone and tried to move it they go over Here is another group an army of others seized tho prisoner by tho lcgi and neglected children They como on toward tugged with such force that I thought its tho brink and every time they step ten legs would bo pulled off but they persefree thousand hearts break Tho ground is vered till they got tho captive of clayI one up red with the blood of their feet The air is noxt covered the endswith a plccs leaving only of his antenna proheavy with their groans Their ranks are jecting It was soon discovered by its being filled up from all the houses of in fellows which set to work immediately iquity and shame Skeleton Despair and by biting off pieces of the clay soon pushes them on toward tho brink The liberated it Another time I fouud a very 3eath knell has already begun to toll and few of them passing along at intervals I the angels of God hover like birds over confined one of these under a piece of the plunge of a cataract While these clay at a little distance from the line with children aro on tho brink they haft and its head projecting Several ants pjsscd throw out their handsj and cry Helpl It but at last one discovered it and trie I to pull it out but could not It ImmeJI help Ohj Church of God will you help Men and women bought by the blood of ately set off at a great rate and I thought deserted its comrade but it hid the Son of God will you help while it hadgono only for assistance f or Christ cries from the Heavens Save them time about a dozen ants camo in a short hurrying from going down I am the ransom up evidently fully informed of tin circumI stopped on the street and just looked stances of tho case for they mado directat the face of one ot those little ones ly for their imprisoned comraio and soon Have you ever examined the faces of tho set him free The excitement and ardoi neglected children of thcfoor Other chil- Â¬ with which thsy carried on their untiag dren hive gladness in their faces tthcn a ging exertions could not havo bien greater group of tcm rush across the aoad it if they had been human beings seems as though a spring gust bad unloosed an orchard of applo blossoms HOME iMPROVEMENTv uui inesc cnuaren oi tne pooc mere is littlo ring in their laughter and it Refined SrlfUhnesi Which Must Not lis but Mistaken for True lolttenrsi stops quick as though somo bitter mem- Â¬ The inhabitants of certain of our Eastern ory tripped it They have an old walk They do not skip ortrun up on the lumber cities complain that much of the capital of just for the pleasure of leaping their rich mon is sent away to build up down They never bathed yn tin other cities and States while comparativeThey nevcrj waded ly little is spsnt at home for domestic immountain stream many men and in the brook for pebbles They never provement tho There arc of theso Eastern women In condition chased the butterfly across tho lfrmi put cities What they most need is domestic ting their hat Tight down where it was improvement development at homo in the just before Childhood has been dashed direction of suavity politeness and gener- Â¬ out of them Want wayed its wizard osity They save all their smiles and kind waBd above the maagcr of their Mrth aad words for the store or for tha companions withered leaves we lyiag where Godin thoy meet on the street and arc so lavish tgndedbuddlng giaatef battle Once ortlvem that they havo nono left for in a while one ot these children gets out the wufeand children when they get Here Is one for instance At ten years of home at night They aro very generous age he is sent out by tils parents who say In treating Tom Dick and Harry who to him Hreis the basket now go off have no claim upon them except tlioso of and are very and beg and steal The boy says I passingtoacquaintances and mother orniggardly the old father tin cant steal They kick him into a corner That night he pats his swollen unfortunate brother to whop their hearts should be opon After all theirsis no true headinto tHS voice politeness ois generosity but only a reÂ¬ comes from Heaven Courage fined selfishness The smilo that is be jiag poorTwy courage I Covering up his head stowed upon a customer and withheld from from the bestiality and stopping his cars tho wife is only a bid for trade The kinl from tho cursing he geta eft up better and word that greets the chance acquaintanco better He washes his face clean at the and not the old father is only a bid for public hydrant With a few pennies got popularity There is no more genuineness at running errands he gets a better coat ia cither than In the grief of a hired Rough men knowing that he comes from mourner But somehow or other such a a low street say Back with you you man docs not long deceive even this superlittle villain to the place where you came ficial world of ours Ho is soon found out from But that night the boy says God ths veneering is distinguished from tho true grain Sf the wood UoldeiJluU help me I cant go back and quicker than ever mother flew at Hie cry of a Evbkt new privilege leaves a man cither childs pain tho Lord responds from tho better or worso than it found him It in Heavens Courage poor bey courage for His bright face gets him a position After so OTcn Trlili religious privileges maker cither awhile ho ts second clerk Years pass familiarity with sacred things reverent S a man more reverent or less on and he is first clerk Years pass on Time m The glory of young manhooi is on him S He comes into tho firm He goes on from como to us when wo are Drrx moments one business success to another He has unable to work cr even to patiently think achieved great fortune He kthe friend of working and whsn it seems as though of the Church of God the friend of all all energy were forever lost But they good institutions and ona day he stands pass off again and they do it quickly if we talking to the Board of Trace ar Chamber determine they shall and do our work in of Commerce People say Do you spite of them United Pmbytnan m m know who that is Why that k merchant Wirt a man is impressive unJ lnltuer Miaco and he was bora oa- - fibs street Bat Ood say ia ragard to him soma tl for good almply by his prcscuce ho thlnjr than thatt Thoao are male thabost attainment of vrhlah ones r rriitylWv th which caw m triglP spoll-ing-bo- FARM AND FIRESIDE Norwegian Ice Exports particularly susceptible to hay fever Columbus Dispatch It is true that a grass widow Is Â¬ fc lis v - - - 4- - -- g H 1V1 fc - -- M - Ski f jy - - i -- - The gieatcst enemy tho majority farmers have to contend with is their own lack of skill of forethought and intelligent labor Minnesota Farmer A contemporary suggests that a cow can be easily led by a halter which commands her fTose but with difficulty by a ropo around her horns It is asserted by a poultry journal that the vice of feather pulling is more prevalent among Leghorns and IIou dans than other varieties Farm Field and Stockman Spinach Boil in salt and water drain chop and then return to the saucepan with some butter set on tho fire until the butter is melted and thm of The export of ice from Norway is a growing trade The quantity sent abroad in 18S6 was about 255000 tons against 228000 tons in 1885 Last year Tras the largest export on record f 1884 vrhich ThirffM rztaf m lower last year however than they had been for many years past and ac- Â¬ cording to the Britfsh Consul General Michclls report the exporters can be making no progn There must indeed be a loss in many cases if the interest on capital employed and the cost of maintaining a great number of ice housesarc taken into account It is only the extreme lowness of freights scarcely sufficient to defray ships ex- Â¬ penses that enables transactions iu ice to be effected r chcd ASK TOK DR PXSBClPa PEHET8 VK eXCCwithat tons consignments beiug sent LITTLE 8CQAR COATED FXZZS op to every part of Europe Prices were Beinir entirely- vegetable they dietÂ¬ erate without disturbance to the evetcm - UEITJItn OF IM1TATIOX9 01 eatM TV nwtn vfernvvu rU9m9m AXWST9 Put up in glass vtela hcrmctl callv scaled Always fresh and reliable As a laxative alterative or rgtlyc theso littlo Tellcta givo tho most perfect satisfaction or occupation SICK HEMCHE Btllons Headache Dlxzineaa Coimtlpn ilon lndIirtion Bllloaa Attack and all derangements of the stom ach and bowels are prompt Â¬ ly relieved and permanently Kimvl htf tfm tlA nf Tip serve Boston Budget the at all 1 Post Plercea Pleaaant remedialalive Pellet FHif power of thcs In explanation of the Â¬ Sft - aBp r - - breeder that first great scientific he regarded the animals on his farm as wax in his hands out of which in good time he could mold any form he desired to produce St Louis Repub- Â¬ Â¬ -- Jka - Â¬ Â¬ W2 1H laEI i aH f aH f A A rKHEaS iT HTMbFt SnSKPaBi fil3 NKseaKa liSWltaL MtMMa iinl -- ffcarffrriTri BSjftS ly flP Wgttl- - 4aEy9t3i5aBy v - i y inilinnB jjgTSBaHCJjKfcaaaateB Â¬ HSPPKRSLBaCvrS f t ACKSZSaaaWBAaiBHH BHHasliSiSaHHU rrL-agy5- - iyfe aJBHaBwSiaBi 4ettv itspgBifE- JgNaSid jaaMaawMaf9a - Â¬ Â¬ HENRY CLAY MONUMENT TILE CLAY MOXU3IE8T HEWITTS SHIPWRECK Tho Most Thrillliit Ailonturi In the Life of V VurLk 3lior A little olt man tlro cd In dark blue sUpied briskly into tin ante- Â¬ Â¬ Description of This Boautiful Structure Historical Â¬ Iolnt Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two men ronvor ed in an animated manner lor several minules A re Â¬ On the 4th day of July 1S57 tho corner porter met tho little old man as he stono of tho Clav Monument in I3Mniton came out and learned tint he was cemetery was laid with imposing cere 5eor0 Conway sity sj years old monies under tho auspices of the Monu who was sctonU mate on the ship Ali- meutal Association It is about lJO feet in bnminii which was wrecked December height is built of the Magncsian limeresembles very 20 Is 11 and whose onh passengers stone of this State which much the Caen stone of Normandy and is were Mr Hewitt and e Mn or Coopei sailOurs was a a column modeled after the Corinthian styl of architecture consisting of a stc ing vessel We Mv Conway sad rcobate pedestal base shaft and capital were on a oyagc from Leghorn to New the whole surmounted by a statue of tho York and Mr Hewitt and Mr Cooper statesman were our only pi engers ha ing come The stcreobatc or sub base about twen is aboard at Leghorn When oil Dela ty feet in height and forty feet square in the Egvptian style plain and massive ware a gale struck lis the ship sprang and hns its appropriate cornice of very a leak ami we were driven out to ca simple character throughout its whole cir- The following nijrht the fjalo increased cuit broken on each sido around a project- Â¬ and blew away all our sails ly this ing facade in tho same style but more timo the leak had grown so that all elaborate finish In tho center of the southern face is an entrance to a vaulted hands were required at the pumps to No we didnt ask the chamber of tho dimensions 12 by 21 foict keep us atloat and 10 feet high in tho center lighted paengcrs to help us but if ever they above by heavy plate glass fixed in bronze Mere seared iu their lives I guc it f rallies in such manner as to bo uiiJOil was then As night wore on it wa from wthout The chamber is of polish clear that we would have to desert ed marblo of Kentucky appropriately finished as a receptacle for sarcophagi and tho ship This seemed like suicide if desirable a life size statue Tho open- for the ea was tremendous But we ing is clotrd by a screen of bronze Tho had to do it We got the boats iu shape remaining spice within the sub baso isa and Mate Benson took the whale closed vault access to which is had by boat and eight men The long boat means or a doorway ordinarily closed was the only thing left to me and the with masonry passengers This boit was full of Above the stcreobatc or sub baso is the holes for it hadnt been out of its place pedestal of the column divided horizonI gue5 T took ten men be Â¬ tally into two members each with its base for ear and cornice Tho lower one f s4 feet in sides Mr Hewitt and Mr Cooper and height and tho upper It feet in height we started out in the dark Just as dayÂ¬ The faces of both members of the pedes- light broke the ship gave a lurch and tal arc in sunk panel to be filled ultimately down she went before our etes We with bag reliefs in bronze if desirable were out of sight of land it was very Above the pedestal rises the shaft cold we wero dienehed and had OJ feet which with tho base and capital is nothing to eat except hard bread in height the lower diameter being 0 feet Luckily the ci was a Utile smoother nnd s inches and the uppr i feet 10 inches built solid The shaft instead of tho ordi- then but hour after hour pa sod and nary 21 flutes with their intermediate fil- wc dil not ee a sail Noon came and lets is inclosed with i cluster of thirteen still we wero adrift and not evontho spears oue for ea h of tho Old Thir- whale boat was in sight to keep us teen the heads of which of bronze inAs near as wc could calcu terceded and grouped with corn lcavc3 company and appropriate nationil emblems form late we were onievvbere off Cape Hat the capital of tho column in conformity in torus Late in the afternoon when wc outline and proportion to the best ex- had about made up our minds that amples of tho order On the abacus of the avc had got to make another night of it capital rests an acrotcr of bronze of a par 1 a ship came along and we hailed her abolic contour and formed of ash and ivy She was the Atlanta and picked us up leaves serving as a pedestal to the statue Upon the marblo sarcophagus In endur- and broughtus liercTlie passengers lost ing letters can be seen these memorable every thing but stood the experience bravely No 1 hardly recognjzod Mr words uttered by Mr Clay I can with unshuken confidence ap Hewitt but that isnt o strange as I peal to the Divino Arbiter for the truth of hadnt seen him since lie was only the declaration that I have been influenced twenty two years old then you know by no impure purpose no personal moMail nnd Express X tive have sought no personal aggrandizement but that in all my public acts I have had a solo and single eye and a THE WAYS OF MAN Â¬ or Lexington Chronological Ky room of tlio inij or oliicf and risked He wis soon to ste Mr Hewitt intoii Honors moeiice and the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Davis of Terrydale Ore evidently objects to appearing as a witness before the grand jury The other day when he saw the deputy sheriff coming with a subpoena he jumped a barb wire fence and started lican wheat field When about Cream Spongo Cake Beat two across fill up the cup with half way across he looked back and eggs in a teacup sour cream one cup of sugar one and saw the deputy was jraininjr on him one half cups of llour two level tea Ho then at down and pulled off h s spoonfuls of baking powder or one- - boots and struck out barefoot with the finally got away half tcaspoonful of soda anil one tea speed of a deer and m spoonfui of cream of tartar Flavor A dogfight at Arkansas Post called with lemon or vanilla Household out 500 people and did not end until A carpet can be mended by cutting thirty or forty men were taking a hand a piece like the carpet a little larger in not to separate tho dogs but to than the hole Put paste around the lick each other While the dog light edge of the patch then slip it undpr the was agdraw the row among the men carpet anil rub it well with a warm iron scntrozcn or more to tho hospital until dry If the figure be matched it with cuts and shots and bruises De- Â¬ makes a very neat job as well as a troit Free rrcss quick one Indianapolis Journal It is now generally admitted that For a certain Xcw Enirland town no road can be perfect that is not well meeting in 17G0 voters were advised to Throwing the dirt to put underdrained on Sabbath dav clothes and wash the center turns off the surplus surf act their hands and faces water but that which goes down should be carried off underground instead ol The Experience or Mr Teton Mrs 1eters had UK partially evaporating fiom the surface Mr 1cters had chills Mrs Peters was are she was coins to die Troy TvneSj Therdocd her with pills With powders and squill Tapioca Fudding Three fourths ol With remedies wet and Tith remedies drr Many medicines lured her a cupful of tapioca one quart milk Uut none of them cured her two eggs separate the whites from the Their nme and their number noboJ j could tell And ho soon raiKht bare dlel elks a pinch of salt put into basin ltutsomc IellcM wero tried That acted like maple and then she zot well over boiling water until all jellies Thomigic Pellets were Dr Pierces After it cools put in flavoring the Pleasant Purgative Pellets tho original whites of eggs w ell beaten and one tea Little Liver Pdls Tluy cured Mrs Peters and now she wouldnt bo without them Toledo Blade cupful of sugar For a preparation which will preÂ¬ TrLErnoNE girls are not saints yet thcro vent Hies and other insects from light- Â¬ is always a halo around their heads Tezax biftinQ ing on and sneckinir windows etc make a strong infusion by boiling Dont Hawk Spit Conch smartweed for a few minutes in water suffer dizziness indigestion lnllammation thecyo headache When cold apply it to the glass and of perform mental worklassitude Inability to and indisposition for twenty four hours it is quite effect- Â¬ for bodily labor and annoy nnd disgust yopr friends and acquaintances with your ual in keeping away Hies and insects nasal twang and offensive breath and con- Â¬ Scientific American stant efforts to clean yournoMi and throat Small pictures should never be When Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy will relievo hung below large heavy ones the latter promptly and youryou oT discomfort and suffering friends of the disgust- Â¬ appear best in narrow spaces between ing and needless inflictions of your loathe moldings and other convenient nooks some disease or if of high merit resting on cabinets We hear of a dress subduod in tone or mantels In all cases these should They should sell by the score be as near a possible in line with the A Sqnaro Stitomnnt by a Carpenter A simple subject vividly porÂ¬ eye For years I havo had a chat trouble trayed may even be mounted over tho amounting to nothing short of consumption I tax how others in like condition bad been door Cinrinnati Times cured by tho uso or Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and roiolved to tcstits merits in my own cise Tho results aro so CHEAP FOOD FOR HOGS tfane as hardly to require a Itock or anv Tho Mint Kcnnomlcxl Way of Keeping auer raent in fvor of this grate rcmc ly ft IlKt During the Summer docs met it claims It builds up the system The average Western hog is half iwriortx and strengthens where others adz SIv recovery which is starved during the first half of its ex fall on HosurcoKJifatfoH hinqt entirely on now a itence and sniffed during the remain Â¬ tho tampiu of this wonderful Restorative ing half An entire litter of pigs arc having tried other remedies without a bit of relief allowed to suckle their dam as long as Food for reflection the good dinner that sho gives any milk The supply grad Â¬ IFThfcAaK Times ually diminishes as the creatures in- Â¬ you missed crease in sie and require more food TnEREis a Means of Eradicating local dis Sulphur It certainly happens that the stronger case of thcskin viz GlennsDye 50c Soap Hills Hair and Whisker drive or push away the weaker ones and that they remain of diminished To rin out how old a la ly is ask some sie all their lives After pigs aro other lady Danville Drteze weaned the larger ones seek to monop- Â¬ 3 months treatment for Mc Pisos Rcinsdy for Catarrn Sold by druggists olize the feeding trough and are fi quently successful in doing so Till At what ago do men usually winh to recorn is ready to harvest hogs on most tire from life Hcrrait azo farms find it difficult to get enough to cat and after the corn is pu in crib THE MARKETS farmers find fault with their hogs be- Â¬ 21 Tho LIVKSTOCK CatUc CixciXNm 50 June cause thoy do not oat enough Common ft3W Choice IJutchers 350 4 4 U5 gain of mot hogs in summer is very HOGS Common 3 16 4 45 Miiall At the time when milch cows Good Packers 4 U 50 m 1 It has been said of Bakewell W B Pellets over so irrcat a variety of diseases it may truthfully le said that their actllon upon the system la universal not a gland or tissue rscapini their ganativo Influence Sold by druKjrists25 cents a vial Manufactured at tho Chemical laboratory of Worlds Dirpxxsabt Medical Association Buffalo N Y 500REJH is offered by the manufactur- Â¬ ers of Dr Sags Catarrh Remedy for a case of Chronic Nasal Catarrh which - kav arrft nun w it lUJ VW SYMPTOMS OF CATAKH DulL heavy headache obstruction of the nasal passages discharges falling from tae Bead into tho throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious raucous purulent bloody and putrid tbeocyea aro weak watcrv and inflamed thcro is rinitlnir In tho cars deaf neea backing or coHrtiInto clear tho throat expectoration of offensive matter together with scabs irom ulocra the voico Is charurcd and has a Mat twaayj ttjo Â¬ breath fa offensive smell and tteto aro wnri paired thero Is a sensation of diz2lna pen mental depression a backing cousrn and named few tral debility Only ato beof tho aboveany one present In symptoms aro likely caw Thousands of cases annually without manifesting half of the above eymptoms rc end In the grate nult hi consumption andmore deceptive anc No dUeaso in m common dansrerous or less understood by physicians and healinsr properties 1 Jy its mild soothlnif Dr Sajrca Catarrh Itcmcdy cures the wort -- ItT MS 1 J cases Coryza and Trof W catarrhal Headache Sold by drugsists everywhere 60 cents Untold Agony from Catarrh of Catarrh cold In the bead IlAUSNxn tho famous mesmerist Some ten yearstipo of ltfuttct X 1- - writes natal I suffered untold agony from chronic up cs physician gajo me catarrh My family My ease was incurable and said I must die towards sun- Â¬ such a bad one that cery dayhoarse I could set my voico would become 60 my mvcoughins and clearing of use throat would of Dr Sage almost Itnwsle me IJy the months I was a well Citarrh ltcmedy in three man and the cure has been permanent TnoM vs J Itcsniso St Louis Xo writes 183 a great sufferer from catarrh for three years At twrcould hardly breathe and was ronstotly hawking and iplttiny an I for the last ciBhtrnpntbi could not breathe through tho mc Luck thought nothln r could be done for lly was advl eil to try Dr fcages Catarrh I Wiqve Kernedy and I am now a wclbpan sure remedy for it to lie tho onlyand ono has only catarrh now to givo it a manufactured fair trial to cjcpcnenoo astoundmg results and a icrmanent cure Constantly TfaTrkinf and SpHUng M Pine Srtet Esq f TUrco Bottles Cure Catarrh Pasiysfive My daughter had catarrh when old very banlr 1 rte was Catarrli Remedy advertised and pro Â¬ Safes vt it cured abotUo for her and soon a holpcd her a third bottle effected old ana years nent cure She H now eighteen sound and hearty HO TROISIER CONQUERED w tzar SWAYNES nmfs VERMIFUGE E I I KEEPHEALT EXERCISE DAILY SJ is Oj TG030FCDQ Twwhcs ANACEX PURIFIES lYPHIWTICJ 3RT CHEERFUL CHLDittH MCTllPIMC V OWMl rt jnLUIUIIliy9V pi I usE BLOOD Condom hair IcURESTORER I W QlHTMEH THE GREAT CUREFOR Â¬ ITCHING PILES tiuum tn9l vnrjl otunWlalllltlcratcfcorlDTtrraon OJRAXHfcWXIf allnnrillotonllniiotuniorillonnwhKa SYMPTOMS Moist urr m trnuo itch- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ warm and devoted heart directed and How the Aipmsn Mortal In Impressed lijr dedicated to what in my bust judgment mi AiHcrtUetnrnt my I believed to be tho true interests of The first time a man looks at an ad Â¬ country JlanckU History oj Jsxhiytoii Ky vertisement he docs not see it The second time ho does not notice HISTORIC miSTS OF IEXISGTOX The Mudisn House southwest corner of nigh and Limestone is where Jefferson Davis boarded when ho attended tho Tran- Â¬ sylvania University about sixty years ago Henry Clay waji married ITW Inilho house corner of Mill and Second btrccts Joe II Daviess tho great prosecutor or Aaron Itrrr lived in the house on Main street opposite the Christian Church Mad Anthony Wayno inspected recruits from the Indian campaign of 1U near the Carty residence La Fnyctto was received by the Masons In lS2i at tho hall which then stood near tho northwest corner of Main nnd Broadway Colonel Robert Patterson the founder of Lexington and one of tho founders of Cincinnati lived on tho site of the Samuel corner of Hill and Hayes residence Lower Thos F Marshall occupied a law offlco on Jordans Row near Short street Humphrey Marshall died Intho residence at the head of Sixth street Edward West who it is claimed invented tho first steamboat launched his model in 1TV on Towii Fork at the L N R R freight depot Joel T Hart one of the greatest of American sculptors had his studio near tho Bradley residence on Second street Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ The third time he is dimly conscious of it The fourth time he faintly remem Â¬ bers seeing--- something of the kind be----- fore The fifth time he half reads it time he turns up his noso The in sit The seventh lime he throws tho pa sth -- Â¬ -- strawlrata Â¬ Â¬ bUr h TI3 ejWifnfff pcrdown impatiajitly eight limn ho ejaculates Tito Theres the confounded thing again The ninth time hi wonders if theres any thing in it The tenth timo he thinks it might possibily suit somebody eles case The eleventh time he thinks he will nsVhis neighbor if he has tried it or knows any thing aout it Tho twelfth time he wonders if the advertiser can ufake it pay The thirteenth time he rather thinks it must bo a good thing he happens to Tho fourteenth time think it is just what ho wanted The fifteenth time he for a long time resolves to try it as soon as he can af-fonUt Tho sixteenth time he examines the memCIIKOXOLOOICV- Iaddress carefully and makes Ky was settled April 1779 orandum of it Lcxington First school building occupied in 17SU The seventeenth time he is tantaorganized lized to think he is hardly able to af- Â¬ First Church Presbyterian 17S4 State Capital rcmov d tLcxington June 4 lTitt Lexington Library the old ford it eighteenth time hq sees painfully The est institution ot its kind in tho State if need of that particu- Â¬ not in the West was founded in 13 how much he it in Transylvania University established in lar article 1TS0 Aaron Burr visited Lexington in The nineteenth tunc ho counts his 1S06 President Monroe Grant and Ar Â¬ mouev to see how much he would have thur also General Jackson and loyal for left if he bought it eigners have paid her visits Genera twentieth time hq rushes fran IKivotlcs visit was Mny lf 1S24 Tho ticThe forth nml Ji5 t 2tffafo Bifida illy road bed of tho first railroad in tboWoit Jt Waa laid here Octebot 21 1SU In 1SW 4 -I- co crcnin btiuks for t nickel nfo were H0 factories wcrk hop an4 there Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ are giving twenty quarts of milk per day colts and sheep are glowing rapid- ly and young cattle are showing a sdeady gain of six pounds per week pig on many farm are barely hold ing their own It is the time when the t hould rapidly gain in weight like other farm animals In the Western States farmers put so much reliance on corn for feeding hogs that they often neglect to vaie other kinds of food for them They may know that anncre in common red or mammoth clover will produce more hog food than an acre in corn and they are certainly aware of the fact Hint the animals will harvest the clover if they are given the opportunity But tho cost of feacing the hog pasture or the trouble of cutting the clover pre- Â¬ vents the pigs from having the food they want Thoy are accordingly kept on a short allowance of food di ring the time it is the most abundant If corn was not so abundant in the Western Stitcs and was not so gcnerrlly relied upon for making pork it is likely that hogs would be better supplied with food during the growing cason Jn En land and Germany where uo corn is produced and in Canada where but little is raised hogs gain faster during warm werthcr than they do here for the reason that theyarc better supplied with proper food They grow plover peas tarea roots potatoes mill stuffs and oil cake That keeping hogs on small rations during part of tho year and then stuffing them with dry corn produces injurious effects on them is generally admitted Still very lttlc is done by most farmers to avoid tho evils complained of Our hogs receive veiy little attention during the bummer chiefly because their own- Â¬ ers arc two busily engaged in raising corn to feed to them after cold weather sets in In the meantime the hogs are getting up a good appetite by a rigid course of fasting and arc preparing to lay on fat and contract the cholera The cheapest way to keep hogs during the summer is to provide pastures seeded to clover orchard and blue grass Tho hog by nature is a grazing animal and will not only sustain life but gain in weight if it has an oppor- Â¬ tunity to eat suitable forage crops If a farmer is not so situated that he can inclose and seed land for pasturing his hogs he can at least fence in a large yard and keep it supplied with food that costs less than corn and is better for the animals that cat it Hogs will do well on green tender gmss and clover cut and thrown into their yards Pea vines fodder corn pumpkins and squashes will also bo readily eaten Flax seed if ground or cooked forms a valuable food to be eaten in connection with green fodder An occasional feed of iiorn is good but very little will bs required to keep hogs 1n a growing con- Â¬ dition if they aro well supplied with th chcitpcr articlci ircfctwl tatGW SHKEP Good to choice LAMIIS Good FLOUK Family GRAIN toihoice No 3 red - 3 10 3 SO 500 f HWAYAKS - 4 CO btopllcainBouiecuinpuci3 uiccrauun ana iu nun iscs removes iui Notrcd No- Wheat Corn - miscd Oats No2 mixed 11 HAY Timothy No 1 0 10 f67 to TOHACCO Medium Leaf Good Leaf - 8 l 39 73 14 aj 0M S3 ritO VISION5 Pork Mess cs f6 0 37i Lard Prime Steam 14 HUTTEK Choice dairy ft IS 1G Choice to t aney creamery oo 00 et 3 APPLES Prime per Mrrel 3 50 POTATOES Per barrel New 3 00 NEW YORK a 70 ft 3 ff FLOUR State and Western 85 ft 8754 GRAIN Wheat No 2 Chicago l 73 fr M TO Gfc 78 ft TJ to -- 9 02 66 ni O til 50 ft 550 lamors Jijmall uiceauu THE0LDSTMEDICNESlMtlS50LDflYDRUKlST3 u ROPSYi wlthmotwonlerlul uccc uCTCsct HeraoTe hle rcracdios entirely harmle tnSertays all symptoms otlropr In hopeless by pronounced inn Cure patients botphTlctanFromflrtdoesympjom rapidly dlsappcarand lntenlTat least some tnitnlrdof all symptoms are rcmoTwi lutltKe cry hnmbuiwlont knowInK any thing memr it coin yon notnlnc to reallxe the merit or onrtreatmcntforyourHelfVoarcTOnstnUycjirlnjt eaocs of lone standlnjr caes that have beeir taPPea anoniberottlmeaandthepatlentdeclarednnaUlcto lire a week 5 Ire t nil hitorr of cajename age ex now long afflicted etc Send for free PnPneiSS lnlntetlmonlalvTendaystrCTtmentrirmhe4 free by mail If yoaonler trial yoa muU return -this atvcrtl emcnt to n with 10 cents In curedp pay potae Epilepsy Fits rciUvely Atlanta Oa H H CRCCN A SONS M D it ITiralrsilnl tvrTnvATtm TTtTiE Dmnrltml its complication mr No3ni Corn No2mied Oits mixed Mess 90 PORK LARD 15 Weitern Steam 40Jii 33 ft 03- - ftlo ffi 48 23 an 3 CHICAGO FLOUR Wisconsin winter GRAIN Wheat No2 red ft 0 T3 f3 Oi 70 aC PORK Me LARD Steam NoSChigo spring CornNo2 OatsNcS ft ft Sft J40 785 70 38 BALTIMORE FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat No Mixed Oats Mixed PORK Mess LARD Refined Corn 3 2 CO ft ftiJ ft G ft ft ft Q 23U 00 80 JONES lraa Ltitn ijirrT ft 3 63 831 46H CATTLE Firlt qnaUty 31 3L 15 00 ftlTOT 8Vi 4 1 tXt Tanlcaa Bnn tnrtct B41 ht Btu ft 3 ft ft ft ft JlUUUtHHMMMHM CJDLVNAPOLI GRAIN Wheat No 2 red Corn Mixed- Oats Mixed 12ij H nntln rapl XAcua BINUHAJlTOy CBRtS WHfi AIL USL n an Sella Wmjttt prii B4 r - t t3 73 78VJ jg 87 3 30 83 30- FLOUR A JH 1 GRAIN Wheat No 2 red Corn Mixed Oats Mixed PORK Mess IARD Steam LOUISVILLE Best Cough Sy in time Tastes Kood Uee Dvonisnrwta f AUS ft a iu - ftI7 00 8 09 vhbimmmmmm Weak and Weary Describes the condition or many people debilitated by the warm weather by disease or overwork Hoods Sarsaparills is Just the medicine needed to bnlld np and strengthen tliebodypurtfy and quick Â¬ en the slosxisb blood and restore the lost appetite If you need a good medieinebo aara to try Uooda Sarsaparill Darlnr the summer I was feclln all run down and thmklh I needed cometlilns to tone up my system I took Iloods Sarsaparllla and felt much better I had also been troubled with dyspepsia and Hoods Sarsaparllla helped me more than any thing else JAXxa R DARito w FortrVayneInd iwbouRhtbySetr EnRlaad CojrTtorroC Important IricinuUcs uiic CsUloinwsa Irtaort Street gpstwu IwwAFwdPla fctory flRT dl Write tat POND PIANOS IVER8 BBSV M gaa uusaausew uj- r2Sasr Wmmr Xmrnm Cull IRQ ttxtttwmrwm m7ZZS77nA trtlagtlfrpi WIXBV WATER a4 UirrjCiaV yons PI Jf- - j i 1 Sold by all druorlsts tl six for JS Prepared by CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass C L HOOD Hoods Sarsaparilla IPO Pensions for MICK Doe One Dollar THE GMLAT ENGLISH SEMEDY Wle Indbnstloa rortlTsronly rare gontalas COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS csfAS HAIR circulars and BewJawsA AV McCos SON Cincinnati Ot Washlnitou D C X-WIes Bangs and Wstcs seat C 0 0 any wberc Wboleule and retail pricc IUTrrS Wsbash- arCblcsco B C Strehl C rnrfrt steasrters reHeredi Rnceess or no fed Write lt - EDUCA TIOITAL COXXEBCIlIi Tborouga and lnoxpenslTc Ao r COtlEOE PayonWai x currrcxroy cierelasd ete rrse from Mrcnryj Vecetablo Inzrcdltnts Agent TELEGRAPHY Write forniihed YAijpmxlos gnarsa JanasytlleWht t 1 acabon xzw ybkk A N K E For Meclran DEUSIWS eranv JlllO War and Union Vet B STKVESACU WKES WKITIXO I Wasbiactoa uetroil ana cnicago state that aew in 114Q T4 AVtRTMERPUUH mw Um AdTrtliasiralar H Ii admit she is hpViinrl tliA timpc - I KTl 1 tlh foDoay uses ordinary spap nQwiey --- For a woman to say she does notr use v Procter Gambles Lenox SoapristdKa i 1 ji-en- nt iiivtttp i rff V 4 j etorflt hare wiVU ft CrlW 91 fV7Wft LrMtadolpMa y ir daintf can get SW ox- l ii di Si 7 tin --T-5 J31 P l m JlJ - rA- - 0t rf cr 31 e t B ltJT v 6 5 P s r gljaggl - re ajf r- - ps Jtifr MtfttBAkBmlHyMaHammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmjBVr at i mUHMm i aaaiaMaaaafcMMMa 1 mi a - v -- JFK mW-K i Zzmi iTfA5 liil ntf i yiir ww -- 3W 1 T k w tt r Jjj wmmimmi SjiBtefffilHWi 1 - vJ nimpnpiHni v- i qt vw - V Sr C 5v - jEhU - Willi jfjBOIl WW T 1 - -- T L i V -- id lF Sf4 i L t Rcv pr Vincent of Iowna uBiiuuuitiuvu leiiipenmce evauge illst tlulivcrcdiiEscrics of rmsncl -- Refcd the advertisements I tcmpcnuico lectures in Hitman A fall liue of Nobby Straw this week full of linliln iliilnn V Hats for Men and Hoys in great tnropy anu Christian love His variety at ISuchaxaxs tempcrauce plan is to aid the tempernee cause and reforms Â¬ Fulton in to enjoy a 4th of Ju- through the broad principle of love avoiding all feelings of bit- Â¬ ly barbecue 0 terness toward the Ladies we have the cprettiest or drinker of ardent maker seller spirits The aud most complete Hue of Dress excessive warm weather prevent Ge ods and TriminiugB in the rfd as large audiences as should city All the latest shades and have greeted him but his lectures new fashious from the cheapest will be productive of good Per- Â¬ Worsted to the finest all wool haps one hundred or more signed Goods Would be pleased to the pledge have you call and inspect them Smith Ellison Co Grrntly Kxcitel I ru--1 JiOCAL NEWS Tho contractor has commenc ed work on the new Bayou do Chien bridge It is to be located about one mile above the old site and a new road from there over tho bluffs into Hickman instead of through the bottom as the road fnrmnrli ran It will Inscmi Hiftl distance from Hickman to Clinton Moscowc sovifral miles Big Everywhere but the biggest boom iu this neighborhood is at the store of -- lies in this Advertisement a IS - GAIXINGtTn POPULABITY DAILY Â¬ READ CAREFULLY -- ot Not n few 0f Hickman Special request Patronize have recently uf he citizens excited over uecoiiiereiiiy oar advertisers the astounding fictj that severnl of their friends who had hecitpronuunced by Our Own 83 00 Shoe is the physicians as incurable and beyandtheir all price hop suffering with Jhat dreaded nionser best mens shoe made for the Button Lace aud Congress every ConRtimptiun hire been completely cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Cotisuinp pair warranted Mess J IT Scull Bro Pino Bluff Ark say We enclose here with a few testimonials on Hughes Tonic ho far as our knowledge extends it has given more satis- Â¬ faction than anyother chill tonic we have sold The increase in our sales both wholesale ami re- Â¬ tail is sin indication that it is gain ing m popularity daily Prepared by B A Bobinson Co Wholesale Druggists Louisville Ivy Sold at rotail by Drug Â¬ SMITH ELLISON CO - Â¬ The Democratic convention meets in Moscow July 2nd and Â¬ while the Coukikr expresses no choice it wants tho democrats to Seeonr Udiet8hoe TorSl Onr Cogrote Shoe for Ladies at 2 SO yon canl Hickman now has a cliapce attend the primaries so as to seJS beat it for 360 Erery pair warrant ed Our French Kid is a daisy Whea oa to secure the railroad from irpp cure a nominee worthy of all onr hate tried one pair you will wear none oilier kinsvillq Calloway support Tho Coumku will supthrough NOWFOR MEN8 GOOUS We carry our Mr Plants S3 Shoe as good as yon will Graves and Hickman counties port the nominee but we would find a5 aeal filter aUo the C M IIenderond S3 Shoe SliU hold oo to the cele- Â¬ us the heart of the Purchase to tfje profer unpleasant to an unpalatable brated WI Douglas S3 Shoe These poods all warranted aprl Good line of Gents Furnishing Goods cheap enough to satisfy yon Mississippi river at this pla6e bnt dose Call and see at and pet our prices to eomp tre alone with other booses when yrH It is published that May field it is not to be had wituout effort have been biiyiag and you will be convinced that lUut Dros Si Co it the place to There are no indications that it is A3 ELEGANT SUBSTITUTE jofers 50000 fpr a railroad from icaiv yourxasw 4V- going to be built hero piyway For Oils Salts Pills aud all kinds Metropolis III to that place A lit Yard wide Brown Domestic the UUM1KWIIUUT 11U1I1 illLiuiiU LU of bitter nauseous Liver Medi- Â¬ road for which cines and Cathartics is tho very C A good quality oc at some of onr citizens are now mov-ihg- - agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syr Cos Smith Ellison THE CONVENTION is the first essential Tip of Figs Its advantages are DEMOCRATIC COUNTY OR The Iiimcraer of Ktiltti il Ilickninn cnntt4 GANIZATION Of the fifty seven people on evident it is more easily taken We talk tlirouuh the Hickman T M French IVouitrrfnl CnrM on the lit Jul the lately burned lake- steamer tllrllJ JICit to tho stomach man District Nbchairman II Hick tU t ItirtHiiwi K jrliiliilliaiiiiia jcinxriiili riiini- CouniKK when we know the fitcls W D Iloyt k CV WholMate and Re Â¬ more acceptable rir Bin Mntetw r Chaiu plain thirty were lost nt tli tnu luiinlici iu tho pleasantly effective and ford Crutehfield ay We more tail Drticgista of Koine 0 torn No 2 S K Hiiifwf Umirr iift tiirriil Aincmlily uf III liurr jvarrant tho assertion that we are sys Iti lltlli kj Louisville wants a visit from have been selling Dr KingVNew DUcate more truly benehcial to the Johnson Cayce No 3 A A Fa- - Iuintaltll uf IMitri liu ami tllf tullllllillrMIIPU prepared thereby to benefit our cus ntnmiit ir iircutl Arnica f the President when he goes on his ry Electric Bitters and Ducklens handled V Beck- - rvjne tin all inntini un the satunlny U fon tomcrc as well as ourselves legiti Â¬ riss Hickman No alve for two years Have necr n tli iitli uf lt Vt 4lnnlj in July t u T tlw buiuuiumiLii Western tour in September Hal nalPa Liinilincr IVmi Xn JmirftHMlrct IrHMtmfir inul i uliriitieii vjcli mately remedies ihatMU an well or give Ptich un Â¬ Having recently pur Â¬ for salo in 50 cent and 1 bot n r DEALERS lit iN iiio cWl lie ilflSit firpr o j Iitat iversal satisfaction There have been ome and xyior iuiton ro Calico handsome styles best wonderful cures effected by thee Hiedicines tles by T T Swayne roiintlng l5 ttu it chased the stock of Co drug lttrirt i rt Titr in DRUGS MEDICINES BOOKS STATIONERY and School Supplies quality 5 cents Beautiful Dress in this citv Several casw of pronounced gists Clinton Street Hickman Ky J Jones Hickman No 7 R Y lnf nil il ci itiii r m kiinii McConnell Jordan J tVn 1iiltmi Jomitr m imnratu oiimuttnGingham 8c 4 Dress Button s oc CoiiMimption hivp been entirely cji red by Fancy GOODS TOYS and PICTURES INK KKJII The following persons with post New of a few bottles of IrKing u per dozen at BETTER TITAN QUTNINE fliu li Liu in iiniitj Ih iu ritict iiiiuitriP ofiico addresses were appointed Discovery taken in connection with Eleo WINES and LIQUORS lor Medical use SUNDRIES PAINTS 011 Cos Smith Ellison Mr M M Kesterson Dorsey as a Rallying Committee and that trie Bitters We gunrantee them always cation eEiioritts Co Ark 6avs I can certify to a list The most disastrous fire that Sold by ll DrnggisU AGENTS FOli THE the same be scut to the Tie Democrats of voting precinct No from the assignee of C B King Â¬ the fact that Hughes Tonic is the gtftt0 of Paducah for years oc 1 has visited Ccntra I Committee at Lex- - i thrt fiiuuly are requtteil to meet in man and also the stock of oneniion at trawifrH School hou the curred Friday last causing a loss The Metropolis Democrat of best a1tiliill tonic lever tried 1flllLVII 41 Messrs Itobti consiucr u uener man quinine vesterdny says of 42000 District No l Uriah Hill IIC T il ll VV fVT tK Prepared by B A Bobinson -Saddlery and Harness a ut- The prettiest liue of Laces Carrick Win It Brown Win Co wholesale druggists Louis- Donolio Lucicn Keed Price Mop I jietmr o of selecting uViFcit Towlo and J C Willis went to John rV Ward I C oSllgent tenithu Dcmocrntic convvnuon tailed to pill LaprS 1857 and Embroideries ever UVK in C last to con- - ville Ky Sold at rotail by drugXUUftUlM District No 2 Sam Luton Geo meet in Moscow Saturday July 2 lbi7 flA Iff nt svtrBinoli trinH UilUBI H Mnl on the gists generally wilU thft Johnson Frank Wall Jesse Heck- - to nominate a Democratic candidate to of the lato firm of Plutnmer Ver per vard up From let Kaskas- ham W T llopcr V DJohllSOn represent Hickman and Fulton ooiinltwin Faris we know that we aTTx XJ1XUIHU1 c-- nn t uuestion of extending VJV LJULAil Aseml Some friends i few weeks Elmo and Southern rail kiaSt Tyler - C the next Oeiitrsl JKRB j vol llnhiate District No 3 lanrll Com since appeared to be earnestly road through that place south Johnson II M Maxwell Marsh It is estimated that not less Thev renort Mavficld enthusi- - pushing a telepone line between McDaniel D W Dickinson Otto fiyeiJifriis Client ton BOUGHT AT P1UCES than eight millions of dollars was isly over u0 proposed extension Hickman and Fulton and a large Tlie Democrnto of voting tirccinct No 3 DEALER IX l lost in Chicago the first day of au willing to meet tin projectors part of tlio capital stock was prof-- Distrio No t IarryKverett J of Fuitoncouuty are reHjitotfuiiy notified that justifies us in selling these tliat a lrinr fered Whv is it not pushed N Howl in Election will bo opened i the recent panic bqriiin i nil ire deter- - i f 0f the scheme mom than half I u ilm il J W aoJ ti u lhtf ciirt-h-n- in llukman The lino will only cost G00 wo Hampton way Paducah NewsAll wo ask is for A magnificent line of Cash tomorrow biturday June otli fnr the mined to do so are advised District No Joe Luton Dun purpose of Mjecting deK atCiil attondlhe persons to call and test the facts T25c i 111 UIC1VB 7 IIIIIJf aillllCB ill This community is enjoying i lap Murphy W J Winsted F M Mj cnf ponwnti n Sitiirdar July Hud We retain the services of that hon well worth 50c excellent health so tar never ARKANSAW UK AUD FItOM UshtT Abe Thompson William uhicti contention has bwn caPed for the est and faithful saddler and har Â¬ Ct Smith Rttisoxo i rpoof feclocting a Democratic cjndi better for tlio season nnii one of i Gaylord Si TTrlr itilll IlllllOlf IlicKiiian and rulton ness maker sis t roprcsviit The new iron front store the surest guarantees fortius con Oseeoja ArkNov 20 ISrfO wiite Fields District rso b i il ururance connliis in the next Guneral Aiiulily of house now being erected by Mr tin uinir7 is thorough and proper UCntlCllliall iViTnn Ioirli Vnllr Itnmnn Vnnt this State lols Messrs 0 jonn w fm Joie win present an at- - sanitation An eftort has been Co Evans ville lud Gentlemen Rtnwo Alfrnd lijirknr 1 F Hhk pm All Ipgallv optnfioni am to 6 Democtai voter- en Bob tint Pnimtv Hngnl v jliiu uvi tiiii oiii n imila v in -- y nf tractive appearance A FAR IS Com A v tilled to vote j iiiikk tit M vnui viiiu la t1 4ifi liail Our 250 Ladies KitP Button neauii togeiner ior cousuiuuion better satistaetihu titan any lever District No 7 Lum Carter1 ill Ifave charge of the me Â¬ who Shoe caut be beat for Style lit but somehow they wont meet In and ague medicine we handle Dave Alexander W H Kennedy The Dcmocrtts of vofing precinct No uiemUers will We sell under a positive guaran- - Ally Alexander Geo Titsworth Wml durability Every pair war aIcourlesy if tue ectfully noticed io attend a chanical department -- j are re wouldnt tee aud havo peer had a bottle F 15 Atteberry t not meet for consultation rauted Saddles and Harness made to primary election to be held at Cayce on r a few resignations bo in order returned and have never heard A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand Silurriay June Jth at 1 oclock p in order aud rcnainnir solicited unr Smiti Ellison Co fatipll of a sinirle caso wuero it iailctl to people to tolect delegates to atiend the Moscow new house is one door below our Any 15ook Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock Most of the Southern -Tlte Coukier has retired -from - w cnticAwtinn Sold and war- - hone never to see another battle lencratic convention called ly the t hair- r i will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order tlT T TT nf Hkth hiin tpresent well known ii ur yr u xiujiHes OWiu iu rauroatl liuiltling because tu uns ranted by J YV Co wgill lor Confederate or any other trim s1 co nenoiiH hiuch was nui amo iu nie its efforts nave not been very ju n 17-1 m kind Then whats the use of all date for the Lower House of the Lesislat fill his appointment to speak atj successful but at the same time this fuss about the nags I Thats tire the court house Monday night In the vicinity of Hickman all tho Couuiku has to say on thc i can but wish such enterpries t S K JOHNSON Cam A full and complete lino- of woil lne project ot a connecuiig between 1000 ami 2000 acres ot- subiect 4 Jsvsl riy ot oc Towels Napkins Crashes Table hue trom liere to the U Acci i3ucw jxiound have been put in culin the Roe building Clinton street very low We have 1e opinion t of some a Hyotivation recently This locality Covers v Miss Sallie Thompson of Ful Taltcn tip a n stray by F 11 Attcher- - Hickman Ky work and not without subs4atitial js improving much more rapidly ton depat ted for home Tuesday ry liTing i rnJpa norttiiikt of Jordan Botne extra uarsniiiis in this linc VKAIKR encotii agements prospective and than many of our hOIUO people are lftcrl Vjsjt ot-- a few jlvfj wtl Siation mid hilf mile fin of Jordnn and Smith Lllison Co in connection with the talked of aware of Somo papers less sum- - lcr friclli jjss amss Mattie Rose cce rov Foa cony Ky the nth raprlf juiielT line to Hopkinsvillc gives one pulousthan the Courier might mss Thompsons living visits to S DFH FAINTS DRUGS MEDICINES Watterson calls a Republican some hope branIel on lie U ri sliotilder and left hip uuiuuooin our city aro welcome aud appre- - wh J l hH feet and hitc in the v ho votes the Democratic ticket ciated by many friends fce anil scar of finla on right wither t4i Mugwump but a Democrat There is such a great dearth SYUUP OF FIGS anil white npoi on belly nt girh sup JBLJLC Republican ticket of interesting aud exciting news who votes tho he years Rev R M King is attending posed to00 8 Given old and tilned by Jn the great dailies that they liavc Manufactured only by the CaliforCOMPOUNDED CAKEFULLY 4 tl d fool me t ST PRESCRIPTIONS TILE DEERING District Oonlerem e which is in theiJnd dv of Aprilunder tny hind this 1SS7 Ti vnril and tnftC1 5nt0 magnifying insiguifi i nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco session m oiuuu 5nnrciiMii0 ww M il J F MENKES J P F C is Natures Own true ntr k x nn SMiTn Ellison ilc Lo s ALL ITBBLTWXIB BISDER n c tim mnt msIK- - t iknn in conseunenee of which there junelT V Prctt C BALTZER Married at the Methodist par- - n lull tlo nnhH inihL be tnlor aud the most pleasantly eiiecuvoi will be no services at nu muuu E L ALEXANDER Cath H BUCHANAN Prat n HEieriis Sitiie aonagc in Hickman Ky June 14 ant to local papers forsc Mircity of remedy known to cleanse the sys- - dist church Sunday morning or Uv Tiitne of execution No 8323 di 1SS7 bv Rov K M Ivinc Mr T lofnl news osncciallv one like the item when bilious or costive to evening rected to me whirh issued fiom the Wi R Sloiip of Clinton Kv to Miss nnimiBi j wliii h rainmt lift AVfn disncl headaches colds mwl fo Clerks office of the Uoncosk Circuit w COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Court in for of C J Serrett ngiinst vers to cure uauuuai consupa Eudora Phillips to create a sensation Ahcl Jonon I or one cf my Deputies tioti indigestion etc For sale in v w i 1IIC KMA2V KY of July the llih will Hickman Ky June 17 18S7 ve nave a iuu nneoi uustom t The firit premium was awartletl n nMl nffpr cltpinr Tniv 50 cents and 100 bottles by T Al a cnllfd meJtini of tlie City Council 1ES7 on Mondny hours of dayoclock a 10 hetween the Made Clothing in Mens Boys ii k nr tim irPKPMtlp 3no-pilfiin-- t Expo- Â¬ s Clinton nI1 this Hinder at the Louisville ra and 3 ocock pmal the court house theie were present Mayor rreachUonn and Youths at very lowest prices j ooil hutnored can- - strPftt iricknian Kv Alll rilracn WitUnj Lole llroun Uurkner Joor in Hickmnn Filton county Ivy ex sition last year for Durability V IVt Perfect fittinjr and satisfaction tliuates lorineijegisiaiuro win re- KidtIipiw ild llfltwtrk lie Miinr Hlit pote to public sale io the highest IniMer Light Draft Strength and Sim Â¬ gaurautecd who had been rd tho oi jV t of the meeting be io take the following property or so much there plicity homes tiro to their respective Two farm hands necessary satisfy plainto Smith Ellison Co May they never be less friendly to at work for aqmio Liyuit in into cnisnideratioii the proposition certfur of as mny beinterest andto csts lo wit Co xox M n tiffs delit Being regularly organized and ready for business w respect fully Foltcit the patronag their fellow men and always as Missouri presented an order on roHndsoIl wj i0 buitd their factory Southwest nuarter of secliou 14 town- thefpublie of allfAH cidllectiona made for depositors free of chVige Approred week soon having ns the Hum wluch thoy year The Texas trafn robbery near sincerely interested in and privi Â¬ Plant Bros this turned which was move from contemplate site on account to ship pondrange G west known as the prop- Â¬ 1 iuiIiIJT of Mim ninjrr one return Everyone paper running three or four months discounted t lb npon firtn leried of by out to bo Krry Not paid but which welfare is presrnt RiTVriitirelUrtetinii Flstouin now amounts to 620000 leges and tho rights Uxly wlio Iwujlit ouo ot me highly rrconinicnJ rate of per cent per annum rVU were the encrochiucnt of the river After a erty of Abel Johnson people Some- - n vntniir niiii of the dear II HKIT7KL These affairs occur so frequently of dwon tie matter citv of three Sale bond made on ft credit thrillmt inrir 1X rre with the Iritii All Stetl post of honor u the pri- - pursued not captured but the fa- - i thoroughCouncilman 0fHurl week the on mu of Traits months will bewilli approved se the I of late tbnt even the newspapers timesCTT1T1C1I1 n lion of T OTn ecoiil IitiJ iiihcIiIiip liter oi one oi mem nam tue ou VlKVtltn im 0 fimish to th Xn curity required bearioe interest at Ibe Twirn-- lliinl r Lot waon U u ninlnnlitmlly tlie j foil t malm coiicntinns ni f MPni y It nnd eWrfHtly 4prl Sxth Ellison Sc Co Hon Bernard Neale is itart a uew paper at May 0 eld Young man if you want a neat fitting durable Shoe go to Baekanaus aud get a parr of the Silver King Shoes the best and cheapest Shoe in Hickman tion the only remedy that doe positiely Coughs cure all throat and Inn Colds Athma and Bronchiti ifeTril to4 bottle free at all Druggists larj hot ties SI e- gists generally a- Â¬ Â¬ The reasons for our immense and rapidly growing business are easily apparent We keep our stock full and complete at all times Our pri ces are the very lowest at which good Goods can be sold We endeavor to give perfect satisfaction in every instance and every customer we make stays with us We invite an inspec tion of our stock and prices and we will inakit to your interest to deal 4 Â¬ Â¬ M AND B an ss tarasolfl at Cost Uatlisle at 10c reduced from 15c Kterything reduced Mens Youths and loys Clothing Big Variely prices We hatttfce best fining Garments iu the lown 200 JjjleMud Cbildrens Ho ntfic per pain Colored Table DamisV at 20c per yard Dress Ginitlia9 reduced from 10c and 12Jc o 81 Nuns Veiling tt 13C retlDcej from oz Cream Embroidery reduced from 75e to Oc Colored Swiss aim naraiuirg Embroideries at titremely low srioea While India Linen tt fie Cream India Linen at 8 13c onh 45Jtc lnie Check and Ilaid India Liacn greatly reduced Full tine Marseilles Quilii ai 7 c worth 1 Good n9orlraent Towels and Napkins Pr s al Tedueed J SHOES SHOES with i SMITH EI Business CO PLAUT BEOS CO r - Â¬ 1--- - Tm T iwajSt4 Qqp Tyti euiuilijaiun I 41 tNt--ir- nl Â¬ tii - IS ii Hardware Â¬ i A 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Domestic Sewing Maclune r 5tKscnirTios a specialty - ijtLv citc8 tje ftJl lir t- i MRS i3 ff GARDNER Newspapers Periodical Magazines Stationerv JBooks -- i 1 - S0V SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS -- 1 iniii - I W m -- -- JU - Uncle Faris c e J j -- l- - -- T- - - i j Grocery House THE OLD RELIAB E CHAS A HOLCOMBE Muse shaw -- Hi STif ir oi lJ uyimseh -- -- t I V 1 I HI C I CAPITAL JLJIiL ni t 1 I Â¬ rlrl j 850000 1 -- lt fm-mn- - t Â¬ f I i tional Pump Co a acres of proiind te- - rale of six percent per annum from day nimliTjrt liitnxliiml lnt thl country Wnt to 1 liTr The City of Hickman his CcorE Comb Come of sale and having the force aud etfect of 111V Hiinthrroi the same kind tliil Come lectcd hv them on the lands of J J R M ALEXANDER G B THRELKELD C BALTZFB H BUCIIAAX A fall line of Gents Neck- Â¬ A IBKIlT KOlKlt MiT iw acre to cut May 31 1837 of Ilondurant W C JOHNSON W ALEXANDER W COWG1LL wear Gloves and Hosiery at agreed to donate fivo acres de- Â¬ everybody and see the beautiful their house for the purpose nt putting 8 gale bond WThis SHUCK Slid F Co cre I cut with ttir machinery lv rnlirc whrut crop of a ncceary for mL rJ Sackanans the best and cheap- ground near the new railroad tho display of hats and bonnets laces the umj of said National cPump Co free j u n e25J IMtiiik Allittfl Tlnr Iliulr It it work pot to induce the location of tinia liinnllc The buiilte currier iip KfcfcW flowers now on dis of cost so long 03 the said National Pump feathers and est iu Hickman fompletrly National Pump Company in that play at tlie Miflinery Bazaar All Co or their assigns or successors shall aprl We tn1 ilanre In recommenilinR tbe IKrins locality This is a valuable indus who have an eye for the beautiful use the said grounds for the manufacturing Fulton Circuit Court All Steel Twin Hinder tit the farmer of thli com ninnity Elder Potter of tho Primitive try and our business peoplo ap will find the rich and varied as- of purnjn wiih the understanding that J T Colinger c HTlnccnt our cmpi with IliU mnohlre thelet nl nfkimwittutcMKowl Co or National vs aad Elder Throgmorton of the preciate the fact The manage- Â¬ sortment a feast to dazzle and whenever the saidshall ceasePump ue the Binder yet Introduced Into thN country the tct to O J Bolinccr Ai BCUT Rovrr on the lbtn ment at St Louis have not yet daze their eyes where fancy shape tlieir successor Missionary Baptists II Kditim tho business of manufacturand r Order of reference will easameneea debate at Falton Ripnified their acceptance but it and color aro all so beautifully grounds forthen the said grounds shall re S P JoBii -ing pumps GjBolingerAssrifri JollM NCCtNT as to which is the primitive churctit is believed thai they will accept blended as to make and mark it vert back to tlie city of Ilicfcraan for Uer K V McCoNMt ve W T SnoiA perfect So come and gather to own use and purposes HBolingerct al Deftj One handred Democratic ItMirTuti One boom that Fulton county yourself some of all this beauty The vote being polled resulted as 101 Wm 1Uii Notice is hereby given to the creditors speeches a day from now until the needs is a boom for the enforce- Â¬ lows JOUXOUVKB of Harriet llolingcr and tt M Bolingcr that others may see the good it Ayes Witting Cole Browo Buckner that undersigned Commissioner of the Aagmst election The old State ment of law The actual residents the These Binders warranted to give Stephens and llrtwcck o will be hotter than a lime kiln of the county are as law abiding does and prolit thereby rulton Circuit Court under an order iu Respectfully Nays None the above styled cause will attend at the satisfaction together with with Democratic enthasiaam as any people but tfcejfrequency On motion the Co until adjourned Mrs Jones County Clerks office ia Hickman Ky Attest from the TaFlashiag N Y the local of crime and violations of law are the second V Represents a line of the very best Companies in tlie United State DEERING IjOWER WL MoCUTCHEN C C Monday indate hereof until receive and For themost part August 1S87 to Preparations are being made ducks every married man alarming law hear proof of claims npaiiit said OFFICE AT GOVR T UJ USE foand in the streets after 11 these crimes are perpetrated by in St Louis for tho putting into SCHOOL LAW and that stratrlers but the failareto arrest effect of the Sunday law closing At tlie termination of the school year him and proven all claims not presented to Xonc better For sale by Vclock at aight This is because as required by law within punish is t the beys are on a lark and want and grow fromlargelytoour fault It all salpoiiB beer gardens billiard - J the Trustees shall make a report io the the time specified alove will be forever worse bad will JOHNSON rooms suootin anu bowling gaf- County Superintendent showing the barred This June Sth 1SS7 8 11 e tales told LOWER and LOWER WPTAYLOR leries theaters and base ball amount of money raised for common school The river is about to down parks A test caso will bo inado purposes in the district and for what the Master Commissioner F C C Reeves formerly Mrs Eaaaie All kinds of Groeeriei hams sides Ac And gel yonr Blackmithif sad general the same km disbursed See art VH Pec 13 F Marrs of Hickman thn railroads this veer hicents I will not be Kepairiag done at Mrs as caep m tke obespest r The County Superintendent shall attend on wheat Six aprS 2m JOUN WITTiNO died in Paducah last week She freight rate aiders Y M C A at hi office on the fourth Saturday in was a aiost excellent lady and a bushel from Hicktaan to St The Young Mens Christian As- Â¬ June to administer the oath of office to -justly beloved by all who knew Louis is cheaper thaiut has been sociation will meet in the Baptist Trustees elect lie shall make a record of B SinEVNDSArnlJrMFDr roc Corner of Obion and Exchange StreeU for years Our farmers should church Sunday afternoon at 1 llio nttni j nfTnitfi wllfMl nullified and her such infor ship tho j the postoffice of each and give XT EICEiTAN bear this in mind and j All persons failing to pay way that insures then tho best oclock Everybody invited ination with regard to the duties of office Good Workat Rock bottom Prices Mjr AND Subject for discussion Pauls as may he requested See art vi sec i- 4t of motto their taxes by the first day six Sep- Â¬ prices HOW LOST HOW RESTORED I shall be at my office in Hickman June per defense before Agrippa amm ssmj pay WORK specialty- 1XVA1TJAHIK lXTlin SOUTH tember will have to REPAIR SHOP administer O 25i h to iiiiike settlements T Walton Jnt rulllhl new edition of Dr Calyer WAGON Leader amount JOHN F GRAY cent additional on the The aunouueemeat of Gen i t oath and perform all duties required by W T Wilson Secy mar20 tf minal It sill Curs ths Host Obstinate Cases ofSriMMOBRiia Aor IjrTRKcr Hrmkncss InTpJa HICKMAN with either sher Hardius appointment at Hickman 1 due 2fo option the above quoted Uw MfiiUl nd I h try Sminiil Lwn xox to J II SACNIIERS ifr or tax payer CKMULA8 WBPLUSMEB was known hero toolato for gen- Â¬ inl Incapacity InuiHnuiit nd Fit Jasftc Ainitinds of Farm Machinery Plows P0B SALE BY DEDQOI8T3 Induced iJ Mr Pat CiiBick the well loCoiiUrTioiiKMtwrT County Superintendent eral advertisement which fact is known tinner has opened a Job repaired oa abort notice and wlf tiidiilRonce or wiutl rxtravagancr x TA norrow the Democratic aay WsgMVc rcii Autu t DOUGLAS Tim crlrtratel nutlior III thU JniralH s PLUMMER greatly regretted because thero clearly Janionntrates frum a thirty yeara nceirn sm weekaanlike niannrs primaries to select a nominee for aro hundreds ot Democrats m me Shop up stairs over Wittings SCHOOL LAW irl A KOBINS03T fc CO practice thai the alarmlnj coneiiimc cf raoae aVrKew Wagons c made to order 1 XOW BXADY TO Atlr mw i the Legislature will occur at the county who are anxious to hear grocery and is prepared to do Whenever a pupil of any common cbool niiv rami TMjIntiu out a of cure at once timple certain oml effectual Kf places in enclijire linvo fnitlifnllv camilletrd lnll XSVILLE regalar voting SHIPMENTS OR CONSINMENTS have bceu hero all kinds of repairing roofing scribetl course of study and parsed ProP nniil or which erery siiffrT n matter what bit nmyjil aii PMKCMIVH V mWV you have a choice go him and would it guttering c Give lum a mnlltiii mar be may cure himself cheaply Pt cinct mfinuntv Bonl y be offered had they known ratetr and rmUcaltf ukSRi Salva in the world for Cul of Country Produce that T or leave orders at Wittings gro or Examiners lie shall tln entitled o a and let your choice bo known iWTIiIt leiture thoald b ia tho handt or every r a be soren utcers caik uncura c recr for nhipment or storage no also make a jlisi man In the land T will giri Twenty five Dollar reward Toiitli anil ecriificate signed by said County BoftrU TetterChanped Hsnda Cliilblaina F Willinehara of Jordan cory milwoil In m nlaln enTelone to any The Democratic primaries to a endorsed bv the State Superintendent ror too arresi anu coniiction of tbe thief Ires porf if on receipt of four cent or two and attended by Station offers a rewavfof 50 for CrrVntl all Skis Eruptions and postIt merrew should be urlm chnt nnil mv w n illT IV The third quarterly Confer- Â¬ See art I pec ation will beconuueieu u lot iat niglit Killiilotli 111st lit jiiv own PtlK BtniU alwsares Pile or do pay required TIIK CCLVERWGLt MEBlCAfcBox 40 voter in nick tho capture of Rev rG Turner - ktf t in every democratic This June il Ann St New York N Y Ton OOee uijs ggMrtnteecl to nive perfect satisfaction a specialty Hay Core Oats out of ence of the 31 E church at this mv nHipcxaniin in Hififcmao Jtllv 2d 18S7 f 9th 18S7 mud Fulton counties Tf the who recently swindled him rirSfcaey refunded Price 3 cents per box constantly for Kale e NamBle for trial fccf free TIIOS n MCJIAIIAN 1 place will embrace Saturday and julySJ r J H Saukdes pllrnllnti 35 ree sle will attend tney wiu gei 1500 an d skippcdths conn try For Ui uy an vruggista juaclly fjuucl0 2t County Suicrirttcnilcrt Sunday July IJud and 3rd e ruoomeraii foxthe nominee BF- their choice jrr lt - DIEECTOBSJ Â¬ Â¬ nr j Commissioners Police Â¬ Â¬ c llilt T M FRENCH Insura ail AgllI o Fire LUe marine and accidsnt THE giQXMAsr fcflLW I J CAYCE Ky -- HUGHES TONIC CniLLKffldflVlll F1HII1J BliACKSMITHING jrr -- J LATTUS J F GRAYS J s9J1IIj lli 4 1 hC-Pe- If IOD ual k2t if 1 J 230 --- Reward I ui ey t- 91 v 1 I FEED STORE mi Mr v - H i i V l j iii 7 t F M i i JTjl 53 K SS 3fe to O o o -- t t e - J 4S Mt - 2S P -- l SJS gmm 3i V iiiii TTUE HICKMAN mmmm i YtascaBT-r-nwrTcaag- BajiMstjoax Oec aiti3t gmv COURIER IIAKDIX AT HIOSMAN I THI3 WAR IX ROWAN i h -- - s a n i is i Jkll ti- - v - geutleirnn trom Morelieuri tins A BATE FINALLY SET FOR THE EX It Kemp of Iiickniun County a a candi d ne for Slate Senator fnun the eimntie morning gives tho stnrtlinp infor- KH8CIATIC STATE TICKET ed clfau defense and ECUTION OF THE TRUNK f Graves llickmtn and Fulton dubject to mt a nob S exPette1 cv VIGOROUS ARRA1GNEST MURDERER ll01 io unifi mu unvu anu the action of the Democratic party for truvtrour tt ilnlJ jj TrlrprTl en PWIIaniiuBe Demjrj lilirlil 8 8 BUCKSER Friends ofMar- June 20 Jefferson City Mo day conerotic n iiHiee for Attorney FOR REPRESENTATIVE of fUrt Coiintr Logan have sent several The Supremo Court to em udtlressci the peopje nt CitJ Fir lifntraunt fiirrnr We are authorized to announce SAML l0CraiK Tolliver and his decision of the St firmed tho rJ W BRYAX L IS15KL1 as a candidate to represent men threatening to I Louis Criminal Court in the case the counties of Fulton and Hickman in Vofi ht ami kill Toliver and bur the town eve t oan 6f Keutuu Cuuatf his en Su J 2ich vis of Dr Walter Lennox Walter Max the Ixwer Motive of the rest General Ah sues tl e lv fjir Attornrjr Grnrral well alias Hugh Motram Brooks hemhly of Kentucky subject to the aitioti HARMS VW ver tte at ulflt ru r tht aH and one which many of the tribes under sentence of death for tho of the Democratic party a Jltreer County urutiuiiiiiiiagcmeiitofStateaffairs cted bv it heartily murder of C Arthur Broiler at Ft Au litir V Wc re authorized to announce AV and a vigorous aul overwhelming two the regulators threats rATKTTKIIKWITT j the Southern Hotel St Louis WFIJSlFlt as a candidate to repren arraignment of the llepublican nlirpose ol- t s f Hardin Cumitr April j1 1SS1 The date of execu- the count io of Full on and Hickman in partteaclungsonUubjectl the Lower House ot the next General F r Trfaur r veeiviliKl tribes intheIndhn tion is fixed for August 12th v Assembly of Kentucky iubject to the ac L o J IS WTATE iam t f tion of the Democratic party 0ARLISLEsoTINION territory upon innns of reasonable Cutmtr f -ear com- - bribing and bloodshed may be e to secure thoe farms to them rmlnrili Nr expected at any time We are authorized 0 nunnounce P J rrTHOMAS II llir Lnit Ofllee Brsllrof ul pre COKnKTT such a manner Mr Carlisle in a recent inter- OliviT as a candidate for the Legiidiittire lutein- - The friends of the murdered n fee Hinpte mirmindell vot The of McCrrkn Connty sub from iA IiniiiriiI iiiu orrrn- Martin and lutehered Logan boys that the holders will be unahli tn view takes quite a pleasant view ject toHickman and Fulton countiesparty P iB u aj o Liiiii tv the action of the Democratic IIo Democratic prospects who live in m f ric ttiin county and the upper edge ot the alienate them until after twenty of the administration has been Kleciiou in August iiient in PEACE AND QUIET also iu hoiadjoining five vears to open the Mirnlti savs bound to see that the attacks Mr Cleveland goes along in his aud charges madeall acninet the county have formed th tMIIMM VCM lands to white settlers for the honest conservative and patriotic great effice giving to the country Democratic management of Ken into a band of regulators and pro- - pecuniary benefit to the Indians and ho does not expect the people Hot Ice to go back on it He thinks Blaine pose to wreak summary ven and to make every Indian Peace and qniet All those indebted to roe will pleane tucky were false and existed only who will bo nominated again against come forward and pny their notes aa soon Baaineas prosperity of Kepuimcan gesture on Lraig Tolliver and lus Renewed confidence aud frater in the imagination Kentorkiau and wooii tnirsiy ienciunen xoinver takes a farm o allotted in severalty Cleveland and that the latter is aa pos dhle as all my outHlnmling claims speakers Every a citizen of the United States AVe furnish hundreds homes yearly with fine Pianos and Organs and sure of election He thinks the must he nettled heiwren inow and the 1st aal lore especially every Kentucky Demo- - as received several notes warn nq n is re And thorough economy and crat felt proud of Kentuckys taxes will be reduced in some of August Ibis itpart hit theem ion io this allow customers to pay iu small monthly or quarterly payments him that the town of More eountry of moe from It may be that the Republican way keueaty in public affairs record as compared with other head would be burned and tho leaders correctly estimate the char- Â¬ seen but just how cannot yet be fill To thote who hate money which And re what pleasing contrast States as they wiili to invest I hive some first Consequent firm forcible people slaughtered Decker Brothers 7 class mortgages which I will sell all thia appears to the great mass convincingHardin in laid the facts ly every citizen m Morehead goes acter of Northern feeling and opin Â¬ argument CRAIG TOLIVER C ilIIUrBARD f the people to the shrieks of before them The fact that theared and sleeps on his arms at ion If this be true then the Korth Hj Tclt jrtti to the St Mutant fin 20 31 aaeh nea as Sherman aud the Reimblicaus left to the Detttoc- - igt- - me women scarcely sleep has before it a greater struggle ofl Flemingsuurg Ky Haines Brothers e June 20 i Kepablican leaders who in their nicy at the close of thewuradebt at all fearing tho coining of the self conquest than it ever Jod m Notice man just arrived C apeechea and others Last Friday night was set overcomii g the South There aic A Rowan county dol- mob those To sae trouble one part of our heritage of about ifenillioii sur- to burn the town but the place no real Kiaiuts to divide Uut Tr hare says that Craig Tolliver has knowing themselves and expense me on to indebted io lars instead of n m i hotified Dr JH Huff Republican IrtiK account will pleae conte forward and met iiucaiiun jtiiuvriiiw r plus was clearly uowu whereas was so well guarded that the at- section twoodEbanizflAVaInutand Malfogany CalasIifSpccial dcBiens I IIII1III1LIUII lilIIllllllLU lll JUUU nettle at once vtith me or H L Moore Adrocate vast expendUnres for the public mind as dangerously tempt though made was aban booth is neither sectional nor madetb order ESTEY SHONIGEIt and HAMILTON ORGANS IT IIVIIUIM i parposes other than legitimate poisoned on this point No won doned Au intense feeling of in partisan Its features would re Â¬ Senator that he must not enter Choice styles of Organs focfthe Sitting Room Library and Hall o puts a new For Rowan county This maylS government security prevails Business is cm- of der Bradley the Republican particulars address Seeking to tan the people for didate for Governor dreadscan Jtirely abandoned and a fresh and main unchanged if the whites and phase on the doctors high prosto 0liEY pects for election- - Tolliver ac IJOWTOSAVE CO the beueit of private enterprises meet Hardin fu debate for Brad bloody outbreak may bo expected the South were removed D BALDWIN replaced by extreme Northern lle cused Huff of writing dispatches 23G Fourth Aye Louisville Ky And to perpetuate an nuholy leys wholo speech is made up of at any tunc publicans Natural laws whic h to the press giving facts aud that We are Wholesale Headquarters lor al 218 Church St Nashville Tenn distrust and excitement between false accusations iis to State af- 9 the Republican policy triedto re- Â¬ Is what stings a people who want to be brothers fairs whereas Hardin shows them 288 2iul St Memphis Tenn Whatever opinions may have verse have sought and fou ik their TOBACCO aid CRUi iu fact and iu truth Ciiak Gimjeut Salesman Paducah Ky to be clean clear untarnished been entertained as to Gen Buuk ADJUTANTGENKRAL DRUM aud will job to deulerd only at Factory jan7 aud immutably correct Iu the ners fitness for tho office of Gov- domiuancy and they prcvaij over Iixli ttiaHiliii tintlnt at the South LET US HAVE THEM discussion of national politics ernor beforo the State Conven- the situation General Drum is and pricex nlno the Adjutant 4 Chiricr has always been a Republican Tit ftmcntttc plao of dtniplgn in KmtiiekT Gen llardiu was perhaps even tion was held those who heard Nothing can alter these Ddil Scotch and Superior Scettl Snuff tohsr Jmo Krii of olJ tlnap larU ciif alio keep The suggestion that the Confed the best iu the market t rrmtic rUi throughout mtcli Olotrtct and eouuty more entertaining to the average his speech to day were satisfied Journal e la tfceStatP IitlnKilhftl IVtnocmtlc pmkfr hearer directing his effort closely that that convention had chosen erate battle Hags be returned cativo constantly on hand a choice selection Back Blackoarn Carlilr llrvcklntile anil otli Labor party will pollaboiit from him originally The Conftioiieries and His letter of Fiitnilv Sroceriejwill sell very an- la tbfAIJ ainl ill till apHiutmentf fte to the fundamental principles of wisely It no is exaggeration tosay Fruits which we D th IVmacrat of Fulton count t want to hear the parly and re iudnctnnating that llis Rtlftpftll was at once the o000 The number is not likely shows that he was actuated only the cash 1leiie call and see us low for niicM t hy cmtt thar or moraInntcratle puu We tu and nine by a spirit of amity and forgivetana Imucratic lrlrnii tliu cuiilj democrats in the true faith of ourolearest most accurate and moht to exceed those figure o at Fnltoa one at IlicLnnxi and un nt J pUii IUQL1 A DeBOW of those votes will be ilrawn ness and so far as his personal fathers His terse and happy comprehensive address on State tenths Cjc ft would and hT toBrck Carlifle etc to Tiit grand It hre tltreiIUtlnsnllir1 Jfm manner of discussing the tariff politics that has been delivered from the Democratic party The motive was concerned ho cannot aerata iMIii ir the purpose of Mndxtrinitlnc BLAOKSMITUraG i intatba iaith of our fatlirn Iticluaiia Con r it brought his audience face to face to the Kentucky Democracy since Prohibitionists will probacy get bo charged with treason or dis loyaltv or a delibeiate attempt to 1 5000 votes though itis difWe aoggeat an a mean to this end dm with the practical operation of the the war It was carefully pre about the district committee of he Fulton Hick delusive cry for protection in pared and it bristled with facts ficult to estimate their strength offend the senibilities of North UNDERTAKERS GOODS Bin an J Lolgton preninctn get the limt the clearest simplest and plainest There is a good deal of satire iu They may double that number but ern cx soldiers WEST JllCKMAtr sa4mppoint coraraittee to make manner wo ever heard the subject his speech It is sometimes eln it looks at this writing that if the anil solicit aid from all rrafeBienti Call on A FOLIVER for Dlacksmitli- We are ofTerins all jjrarfe of Plain Medium am Fine FURNITURE atgrcatlv re CURE KORTATLERS presented qneut and there aro occasional Democratic managers do what is Boomerang gnol Democrat V carry a full line at all times of ChaiH Roclvers plain anil lnarll in Wnjon Ofttairs kc Alo a full Hue of lum prices Gen Hardin spoke under eri- - passages of the most tender pa Take one pound of gum Mill top Talle Hiireaiis WatJi Rtamls Wardrobes Ciiatnlier Sts Mat treje Springs He The State Democratic Commi- dent embarrassment from expected of them Gen Ruckner VMitTitio oods Black and vre guarantor our prices to le the loirrtt Intcllizent investigation pays therefore tongue on pound of root called somejthos His allusion to the death ttee writes the Courier that the cause perhaps for the lack of an ami burial of Gen Gfoint was im w ill have a clear majority of 25000 think twice one pound of speak fni roniinon Itosewoixl nolil We arc headquarters on we invite your tuve stigatiou of our goodState Committee will send us opponent to rouee him up but pressively made and was syupa over all parties That would be once weed and a sprig of let alone Wahiu Cases c speakers and hopes to be able to when roused by the cheering pres jn2ll Courier- - enough in all conscience thetirally applauded peoples business add sufficient aend one or more of those named ence of the ladies a number of Journal I amount of fluid extract of discre if we get up tho rallies and ask whom graced the occasion or the S MCllllELL tion steep the whole in a pot of for then Hon John l Newman ot TiiKcominittce having in charge modesty and it is ready lor use ATTORNEY AT LAW carryinf tlie largest line of Wooden and Metallic Hurial Case of any fiun in West applause of his andieiee then it Newport savs he cannot be the the proposed State Imlu trial and Tmncee or Kentucky We discount all coniitition iu this line Uepairing and was that one could see the true One iust be Vrug Slur I inUirot r IVnill oniir Job Work a jspecialty A BOOMERANG candidate of the Union Labor Uunmercial L onterence to u Held iosP speakingtcasnoonftil neighbor eloquence of the man as he gave pany ot your J fore STKrilKXS A JIAXWKII n i ckjia y k r ior i Says the Indianaplis Journal utterance to long flowing and respectfully iiornev uenerai lie V juy- J Store Rooms under City Hall declines tiic nomina V rL Vil 1JLOODY SHIRT SHUIEKERS Will prictff in all tle Courts of tbc t fcu imon lloliar Biickner Denio truth burdened seiteice3 There nun i i fitJKnincr- nis isnnti an acKiro- - io vv i iui iiiul uiiice uiiaiiimuusi raaUMate for Governor of Kentucky was not a very largo audience ik licnlrig erai Kir t Jiiiliriil District ui m euing tendered him by the Lagrange llu ppi ha a sure thing of it in Rowan county The bloody shirt shrickcrs are flu arts owing to the limited notice as to convention JtHlge Crtig Toliver deperaloI inunliT get forth the objects ot the conlercnrc but upon the a nominee ofIt beenis hardtoto face I he exact date will not be fixed no icspectcis of peisons and the miT Democrat is of course for him the appointment r any party greatest public service docs not VI Hnnnhuously and as matters now stand i R T TYLER 6erTei Wit nwliii the Democratic on- - limn me nine 01 me i resiueui s piotect from their abuse nnj-- man 11 A Junpe Tolter is Kowan county greatly to arouse tour i decided on as it i proposed who refuses to train with their ATTORNEYS AT LAW This is a fair sample of the flap democrats to a seuse of duty as mcotimr n Prksidknt Clkvelands con to hold thevisit here durinr Mr crowd a Gen Sherman arecently IIICKXAy - - - KEyTUCKY doodle that passes current out to voting in August and will help Govnernor wrote letter which was lebuke side of Kentucky Craig Toliver kindle an enthusiasm for the great gratulationa to Queen Victoria Clevelands Knott i5 chairman of the commit- Â¬ to Grand Army blatherskites of May your conclude as follows attend io all businci entrusted is a Republican file leader and campaign of 18S3 the Gen Tuttlo stamp uud he is WILL Courier Journal hfc be prolonged and peace hoi tee cre Rowan is a Republican county now catching it from the BourOlfice Furniture Factory Coimer Journal fUCir ADO ADOU1NOTHING or and prosperity bless the people Manufac Tin uiS 7S Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets oer whom you Iiavo been called turing Hall Ordway Nashville bon Republican organs Krom UorkinrTillr South Kt ntacliin Company of to rule May liberty flourish WHY HE QUIT A TnEKK can not be found a Re- - T3H A At the request ofGen Drum Tenn boots and shoes failed Mr John Feland the Republi- and Secretary Endicott who de throughout your empire under- owing to heavy losses in their publican of any respectability who can nominee for Attorney Gen sired to get rid of several old just and equal laws and your Gov- business Tho firms liabilities will charge that thero has been PHYSICAH Afia SURKEON eminent be strong in the affection eral thus gives his reasons for boxes of rubbish deposited iu the amount to iU0liU and nuliid any dishonesty iu the management o nil who live under it ejaBtting the ticket KENTUCKY War Department building at of ual liabilities to iU000 Total of State affairs by Democratic of- IICKMAN OlEXCI rith new STOCK out and out lne stylish RKJS for hirst TnE half century reign of Queen assets LJ0009 And further it ia due to myself and my Washington President Cleveland This was the ficers reasonable Iitnuiuge holiciled llis Profosisional JserTices tt JUST to iny that mj past aeton on the signod au order last week 1S37 to 1887 was onlv shoe manufactoiy in the parly author- Victoria from the citizen of Hickman and ricinity Miviet labor question and my p repeat coif izing the return to certain States rounded off by grand jubilees South aud was believed to be do rietioat are not ia striit lrinony with mod bnsinehs the platform of nay party and aa I hive of a number of old flags surren- throughout the British Empire oct10 1833 IlIAH lMUILAs iUIUUT IxUllt no apologia to make for my past actou dered when tho war ended iu ISGj and it tho chiot cities ot other succeed When the Democrats Millions of people aad cnnot yieh my present conviction This action which was regarded countries a that subject I feel that my position on as of so little importance that the participated DOUGLAS BROS Last Tuesday was ed to the control of Kentucky the ticket would be embarrassing to me order was signed without investi- the eventful day and the papers after the war they inherited an GItOCKKY the Me extent injtmon to the a4 t if I were under the circumstances gation at once kicked up a tre- javo littlo else in them than ac- actual debt of over fi9U00 Now BAKERY fiekft the actual debt may be set down KICSTAURANT mendous racket among a lot of counts of tho grand jubilee to accept the nomination tendered to me wini inn Ilm TniillinnllR lipid Grand Asses who have not yet MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED ML IIOVKa is n vr said that Secretary of It IR1I AT 4 f Tcillie88Pe for 60e learned that the war is over Fair A GOOD IDEA r Endicott who got up tlH Will keep prnira assortment nf Fain afterwards Comparethe child the head of the Grand ArCO Xtaai radaeah episode will He uiyitci rfi lcial ujan llgem0Ilt of ti0 two i ily iiroctrie C aud Ciiirreiinrri OQ to my made himself especially con- to step down and out b- President Good k ep einpl ytil a t5rst rlia Inker How woald it do to pile all the CO blaies- all fpsli and tier and will not he unilrr Id rebel flags up in a bunch and spicuous for asinlnity by making Cleveland It is said that tho sold junr2 a bloody shirt harangne in which President heartily ami openly en North If there are those in thesection let Falrchild and Tuttle and For Q ho cursed tho President and made dorses the spirit intended but who still want to cherish W a aker and Shermau shoot at the an ass CO of himself generally The faults the Secretary lor not inves alisin and war hatreds let them n Ufarble Works m baadle antil they are satisfied m so President investigated the matter tigating the law do so let them havo all the hate - w oil tlinfnifriLmti flnrro ill the War lmSmmmBffj Wmmam H m WJvWwFSk HICK MAX - - A J iwmiiiiscji iiucii mo niiciiui aa i THE Republicans seize hold of Democratic rallies and jubi i ror us ive us peace nTi i u t Ui0 rebel flag incident to raise a wmvn --iu ii hum mnui n mc lOIIOW- lees are now occurring in nearly rK uu tlllt i B C BAMAGE prosperity fraternal love ami CO u Th iiavetiie effect of remoir ail every county in Kentucky Pul- good fellowship And to this end L0Lfr en CO OKALKR IS ton aud Hickman chould put on lot all efforts be directed oo S uearieu danger of a renewal of hostilities Korth are not gouig to UwarivthecraifcA who Iova tn unoBt their political war paint and get Italian and American Marbli varff Aihp matanal mono UCkillinc rwm v MiBnini laano Tho old Spanish maxim Make The most wonderful Paln of their past achievements and up a few rousing barbecues and oftfcOM shrieks The North now TOMB AND GRAVE MONUMENTS have such men us Reck Carlisle hasto slowly is worth rememberCtxrer tho world Las ever knows that the Southern people wlioso views are not shared by Breckinridge c visit us ing when any question of great money will really brave aud patriotic known Your the STONES It bow bold uo rebellious sentiments Union soldiers bo returned if ziot found Last Satnrday evening Charles importance has to be decided case in tiiock n fine lot of Amrt au4 are gailty of uo rebellious acto the HAVING aa represented I considered with Coles attempted to burn the Beth- - is especially applicable considering Italian Marble am pre tion aud hence can not thns be more have to daywhen ot persons who are pared to fill all orders Call aud exainia care than the subiectlel Baptist church near Shelby- awdesokd agaiust an imaginary was orally presented to me of moving to some work the ville Ind Tuesday he was re- - the propriety of which they know Children Cry for Pitchers rn Orders from the country promptly Soath nM your department direct- - ceived at the Jefferson ville neni distant place action of Castoria filled say evidence iug letters five ARROWi term little except by hear to may2R Tbk Union Labor party of Kcu- - Governors to be addressed to the1i tiarvhis serve a Thpre years other a of all the States ofT6r for are crime If there was ever in time in the raesy nave nomuated IUB IOilOtV- 4 r 1 i this counGroceries ireu to uie oiaics in mo it union umi might commercial history a ti itirVr- - w n the Union flairs can profit by tho prompt cxamplo of try when a man gets a hundred 25cts Lower than the Lowest war of the rebellion Indiana m this case cents worth for one dollar investno store ren 1 have no clerk expenses uaicntur j j oranourn the Confederate forces and and raiment that time L aiavUla Attorney General Jno and pny cash for all ray Groceries an A band of horse thieves the ed in food THE WEEKLY Everything ncc therefore can sell as cheap as tke cheap F KWMinf - of Newport Treas- - afterwards recovered by Govern- oldest member being twenty two is thetopresent soul anuLJjgdy0 ment troops to theQftiifederate keep esary z rfa eat Rest brands of Wittenberg and Lon xri to that age down l V wlUt UI XIBUCOCK I States flags captured by the running from been discovered iu gcther and to cover them cau Star Flour 2b cents cheaper thaa the low fourteen has AatorrJo4iB McMurtry of Lex- - Union the est forces all of which for New Mexico The members took now be had for a trifle JOHN WITTING tfaperiMlentof Public Iu many years have been packed iu few S M McBeath of Mu The withdrawal of Feland far the oath in conventional robber boxes aud stored MBtsrBBPfcjgaBSMSjJSJBpSJSBa rien Jtegieter or the Land Office attic of the War in the cellar aud style being sworn upon a glitter- the ablest and most popular of One Year W DIESTELBRINK Department I ing blade while the rest of the the Republican State ticket has 75c ueurj ot unnsiian am pf the opinion that the return FiBBBBBBBBBSBstWwFaaarla BSKCaw X been a flashed their of these flags in the maimer thus band of a camp fire daggers iu the reasonsdeadouer on Bradley His befor withdrawing was light Tmb eomtry is qniet and pros contemplated 0 Months cause he cannot endorse Bradwereoa Its people are one nen existing law is not authorized by Adjt Gen Drum the man who leys speeches on the Labor quesuor justified as an space Mt aorth and Soath are suonl l Executive at NOtrouble Io name all articles bat got up the rebel flag business is a to show goods w i eWl WaVJBJBJBaSBaSBXaJP Come and Bee at tbe corner of Troy lsHpjSrSUaig He got Mugwump tion f relne8t therefore that no Republican CHEAPEST BETAjID tnAPMA Dem BteP8 be tak aad Moscow Avenue East Hicham Ky Endicott to endorse it It was a Bradley the Republican nomthe matter hfs Pveu cept to examine and inventory goorl generous spirit but pro- - inee for Governor must be au Published and CLOD CRTJSHEPv Pece j these flags and meas voked unnecessary spleen The able speaker His speeches have 1wu 33T Utry re8 for teir Presirvution Any President should beware of Re driven John Feland the ablest WILL S HATS Editor 5LT JtSSyfV14 Also we at Agents for the directions Mlo the final disposi publican and Mugwump advisers Republican in the State off the ai4 wfll iUnd by ltdnootorti0U tion of them should originate with in Mil Blaine will remain in Eu State ticket and nothing but an Contains the news of the world KENTUCKY STREET CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS congress rope until the beginning of the able speaker could do that tip to date of publication Bead TB Ulk of a dark horse at constantly ok haad for hi Gbotes Cleveland Moscow is the exciting topic iu His The wheat and coffee sharks in inSf Matter interesting and in KEEPS sale next Presidential campaign 9We will make it to your interest t I aad gel particulars c some circles Ah well the race patty managers want to hold him Chicago and New York are reap- structivo to every home contri- Â¬ HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS AN INQUIRY Having purchased the stable horses is net always to the swift nor tho aloof from exciting campaign is- ing the harvest of their own In- butions to Music Songr Art G Xear Kew DepU a arl8 What cliowtfr of alional pmhibi sues until public opinion shows iquitous sowing Failuresare fall- Science Affrioulture and Com- Â¬ and entire outfit of W B Flumraer kittle to the strong The right of tiom we p opose to oontiaue the business aad ing upon them like leaves upon merce and leilation do ike eaniilatp for Rip them on which side to flop the people to name their choice solicit patronage the earth before tho autumn can not be abridged but tho reseiitattTe who fator prtihihUion from Htckmaa and Fnltoa Z TnE Fidelity National Rank of storm tn lnrl Pn Reliable Market Reports va aanrca BIO UUL lUVOrUUlP IO n acted for ive In Ftlion Cincinnati which was connected A A DAVIS twrK aorae unless the candidates conntydonotthe prohibition Vs endorse with the disastrous wheat deal at mass of the Democratic The i Jn iee s theawelvee precipitate it iori pom0r n correct legal- Tuesday ordered toPar aIe iu favor of a revenue - SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE --- if ot whai furlhcT enactmeiiH Chicago was iv fVOr of taXRnlnMft it doors bv tho Government tanfi- - lhey are XI coukikr wishes that even tion to carry on the government uieeeJarcnleted Isqcib TiBtmftnr qaestions c weerat in Keutacky woald read innlrer and opposed to taxation to carry Hake Tour Homes Happy HICKMAN KY m oest be answerwl in-- tho cr aiMMh nf non Rmkn ri the untr xnEKEis noi a csiaie iu me vr - l nn ntivntn pnipnriap -M te ftThe Copiisi is not ad - Sa tliot hoo ItuAii inntinnrnil niMi i aaia to be no orator bnt he has w w OJicr Clinton Street Laclede Block Sv AN extra seHsioi of fnnrrpMa s aQ or economr l cuiociatic lirobable tbe fir8tof October Ceareat soundest wr Sample Copies and Premium - jveiuuuK following old and relia Hs a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ingCM ur uuiiieuitaaraaranvgaviDuinr noiiMMi iinn huh uui lour oiaics n Ust mailed free to any address LieRepresent the North America Phoenix trhick are offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest th Market companies Agents wanted everywhere Hartford Laneanhire and the St Pan jastiftes All3goods guaranteed to be exactly as represeated Address Fire and Marine Inturnce Company o o Gibraltar democrats Lexington Ky June 21 A ENTHUS- - I I 1 jl if ie MAKING INDIAN CITIZEN The bill for allotting lands lojlie aiiiiwi j iii Mvtrnuiv nifiini a nv J near the cIom of the last SVllr vh congiess ami our present sytcm uiI o im affain will n undergo radical and thorough change Two or three reviun8 congress tried to a bill ofthU d r but all have failed and --- rwrotrrsECErrffrSMnev ji vfi- 0 -- r jmt y aril MAXWKLL TO HANG Ve Â¬ STATE SENATOR are authorized to announce JOHN v Jul Â¬ Â¬ It I A N Q0 AND tt lJ Â¬ Woo-If-r- J SUT oodmnSt ricS henT rZ at - Sw r - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ aa - ORGANS Â¬ i PIT f 14ST TERM J Fischer t BcSfep ttillion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ je t iit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H OTlksM - -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ i Â¬ - - Â¬ I Imi Â¬ FURNI1TURE - new--nr- y j Â¬ t Cou-ricr-Jonr- nal I l UNDERTAKERS GOODS 1 - a 1 f a 1 j i -- i t -- r v i lri -- i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r IlW Lively Stalls w Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I FAKie Â¬ i IllCKMAN KENTUCKY Z Â¬ J Â¬ W G KINGMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HERTWECK BALTZER CO Â¬ Â¬ - j 1 j i l Mm M CiT J1t ii w T Â¬ ln I a a Â¬ HIQKMAlTr WAGOIT Â¬ 1 - - km PllLVIIRIZINGIl - 1 Â¬ SftlJturedinthe JW 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- ati - -- 1 nil COllilL V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4k Family Groceries S 2itiSlinrtf M -- A 5 i Â¬ pjp3 Â¬ livery stable sale Fakis Parker AND LEVELER a n m H F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ELELM BROS 1 C1E IHIGS m KEHjI-A-BIiE- I a a 2SS2f lf -- r8 w ei e - N iaerd bearer Vjr 4 i J smocratto 4 i - 8 ami hnrinrr iu a am -r T a few days aa m m a HiwiiiniriTiaaa tnL iippii iiniimtT iiihiimiP J u oM i this State ri ii uuu uvei uuaru 01 iiuiiiiici ur ir jmv have been filed underthe Mexican lii lii iiaiais Ipuisuil Qommergal - pension act V Louisville Ky - Eqtii tabic Life Insurance Com pany of New York jan21J Alo the ROOFING A SPECIALTY V 5 -- m ja- f - srt v t r i r if- - w r -- O c0 - o 9 O oh v lit a s9 J t r ss 7 X3f S dJ If U QJ t m m o o cc o g i v -