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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a ZffiZJk - S3WgT P- Ac f TIE HICKIAH 0 J COURIER f PWUSHED EVERY FRIDAY BT CEORCE WARREN glCKMAW KY v r i THE HICKMi 1- - Fine Job Printing COURIER t FRIDAY J ULY w EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch LrVXE SXXTJS Woa Ji Street next door to Qty Hall ENVELOPES QKOROE WARRBN Editor The Oldest Newspaper irtftWestern Kentucky rtUCK OF SUBSCRIPTION SU59 CURRENT TOPICS WHOeYcr saw ESTABLISHED FORGOTTEN DEAD 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KNTfltEB PRECOCIOUS KID S 1SS7 VOL XXIINp 40i r 3EZZ aXLTjHEADS -- ISTTER HEAD ETC ETO IXVIT ATI03Srs x XJ 4 ili I fiff wrtteMrMMaMma4at u 0 L ROTTEN TO THE CORE a stuttering woman XiBPlBt From a llnltnnn Mllnnni irii The Intolerance DUhonntj nnd Decad The Mrs Logan fund has reached 981000 Statemon Buried in tho Congres- Â¬ UjfAlrTIIC to the liirtli ence of tho ireiulillcan lnrtx Dreadful Work of tho Drought in lie Ulilnt rTikf the Teacher The selling of huge glass canes Is a new 5upui1 sional Cemotory Slfttttd With iis A political party with honor and Qumitx Ga June 30 Sunday night street industry Illinois and Wisconsin lTeAIl or a Tarachute principle as its guides appears at its three weeks ago Stonewall Academy TQtJiNcr Mrs Cleveland will be twenty thrca 111 JulyH Tho An Institution Kept Up by a Church nine miles from here was burned by an No Soaking Kalri leap from a balloon Was made by Prof best in the moment of defeat Ue 21 earsold July Tr Slncti Minh 1iiblla of n of Tho Tfcs S Baldwin at the Fair Grounds iu vfco ojily tend to purify it from the It is said of Cuba that every thing h Sleeplartlal List Slumber o Win Thero incendiary No clew could be found to Ottered for a Miouer the Eternal the guilty party Determined to keep up th City to day Over thirtv thousand dross Which accumulates around it aft- Â¬ lazed there except the air Door kSob lanterns on which istho num pofo witnessed tho Washington Juno 23 The Congres Â¬ their school tho neighbors met and impro- Â¬ performance er a long term of power and triumph 3er of your house are new Cntcvoo July 1 No such drought as wfich was the moat daring and thrilling Tho leaders of such a party instead of sional Cemetery is likely to bo brought a vised a school house out of an out houso Walteb Mcrkat Gibsox is tho name oi little more into notice by somo lmprove on Mr Sepclls plantation and after one now prevails has existed in Illinois and ew ucmptcu by ian His original in- - being disheartened by liou succcss at occupation his houso was also Wisconsin for many years The roads aro Km was to send tho balloon up two King Kalakauas right hand man nicnts going on in the city Massachu Â¬ weeks by the poll renew their efforts with burned an incendiary in the night time ankle deep with dust the pastures aro isand feet and hniri u r Governor Torres of Bonora offers flOO setts avenue is nowbeinennved i mmln greater energy to put their party in The neighbors met again and converted a brown and the leaves on each for heads of Apache Indians available for driving in that direction and forest and shade Mr Rountreos afterward draw down the balloon and better shape for the next contest and St Locis has now twenty four condemn me new nndgc to be erected over the Po-Â¬ house on aud school was nliv intn nn trees arc shriveled up and each hot breath being had there- of air from the cloudless horizon drives V1 rCgUlar VOVIIW tomac at the cad of Pcnsylvania avenuef ncadeniy In tlm their followers are iuspircd by a con- Â¬ ed and accused murderers In her jaiL lvlilrli iiptI1l - rope i just beyond the city limits makes that in This morning about two oclock Mr them away Creeks ha e run dry and tho Qceex Kaholaxi says sho will have a iuc rt scucuio sciousness of the righteousness of their Hill Rountrccs tenant Reform becomes their rallying juoucc oi nor own when she reaches home avenue more of a thoroughfare than for- the barking of his dogs was awakened by water m the larger streams is at a lower w abandoned Baldwin ascouded to tho cause and urgent t of ono mile nnd then hnlrliiKT cry and they endeavor in ever way Five thousand hogsheads of tobacco merly So the distinguished dead will not for help He went out and followingyells stage than was ever known before Thero o I iucaciiuic launched himself to show that they arc sincere in their were burned in a Louisville fire tho other rest in the absolute silence- and almost sound of the voice he came upon tho has not been a soaking rain in this part of IIopo the country since March Two showers in neglect from tho general public that has fcpacc The parachute is professions of reform In this manner day Croft a boy not over ten years old and April and one each umbrclla shaned fnrnvn- - v with the Democratic party constantly in nffnir Thn very in May and Jnne had nueads tho Jist in the condition seemed to be the case inkcepsucv small for his age Hope had a ala but a temporary effect on crops Stunted ribW--corwhich are prolonged and fas lJVlgctcLAsogiation A rounds wood splinters some JafMSSteQelhftlfier tnStJTa8Tof consumed and the dogs had him partly yellow spears bending disconsolately over Yeneuid a ring to which the noronaut creascjjjts strength won the admira Â¬Â¬ at bay a immense beds of dust aro the only evi Â¬ clingsThc parachute is made of silkaud tion of even US opponents and bore itIt is estimated that thero are sixty uisunguisneuueau give them any attention short distance from the school dence that the farmers sowed any corn is eighteen feet in diameter The para self with dignity and respect during thousand colored Knights of Labor in tte or not The cemetery is not in any senso house a public or national one as its name would burning IJe was charged with tho this year The leaves of the fruit trees chute wat attached to the netting of tho the long saturnalia of Republican rule South aud soon afterward con oanoon oyv small cord intended to break Thus it built itself up after each de Â¬ indicate falling the fruit br r A daughter of Senator Enstis of Louisi parish ofbut is owned and managed of the fesscd that ho had burned both are plentyand wrinkled which promised by the weiglt of tho to be Christ Episcopal Church this academics and and dried to the is aeronaut When tho ana is the best horseback rider in WashÂ¬ that he had come to burn stem Raspberry bushes look as though jump was mMc the parachute was closed feat and at length triumphed over city It acquired the title of Congression ington what were considered insuperable obÂ¬ tho third lie said ho was not afraid to they were producing a crop of shot so and the first Wo hundred feet the aeroTnE Rochester Adrertter offers Henry al Cemetery from the fact that Senators get up and come a mile through the woods iniinitesimnlly small and hard are the naut dropped ike a rocket Thon as tho stacles George a farm if ho will movo oa it and and Representatives who died while in tho and swamn nmi timt im iirnnni t The people grew tired of the corrup Â¬ performance of their duties inthis city splinters berries The drought has become parachute expanded tho speed became go to work on the afternoon before His so were buried in this graveyard The first less rapid aid tho aeronaut and his tion of the dominant party and its law Â¬ prayers that public Or 70373 superfluous women in 3las who reason for the acts was that he was op Â¬ are terrible being appratus steadily less methods to perpetuate its power ram strange flouted for sachusctts more than clghty fivo per cent Tracy was buried there was Hon Uriah posed to going to school to Mr Williams The fences along offered Senator from Connccticutwhodicd and that the country roads and down liko a urd It was a grand and and in lbJ4 they rose up in their might are widows his parents made him go and that in April 1S07 He had been a he had burned tho other two hou es and the deail walls of the villages are plas- Â¬ beautiful sight-- The descent was accom and overthrew the corruptions and A recext writer on China puts the pop-Â¬ in the Revolutionary army ind when tered with huge bills calling for special plished in thrci minutes and twenty secÂ¬ their mighty edifice of fraud decep Â¬ was ulation of the Empire at four hundred and he died to burn Congress appropriated money to keep going going the third in order to services at the district school houses and onds Mr Ballwin struck the ground tion and tyrannical from fifty million partisanship They place a monument churches Fires are hiiruiu in the woods with some fore in a sliding manner but a Carltles old house at Chelsea visited precedent once over his remains This und pastures was confor miles around aro was not ccn arred by the shock Tho turned towards the party which had THE FIDELITY BANK ly many tourists is in a scandalous state tinued and from established until lSfil corched Tho farmers have lost manv descent varied about a quarter of a inilo given such indubitable tokens of its that time Comptroller Trcnliolm ISriiiRH suit forth of dilapidation cattle in these tires which seem to spring from the verticil and Baldwin struck the sincerity to the cause of reforms and monument or cenotaph was placed in this Forfeiture or Its rninchKe A vicar in England has greatly distin Â¬ burial ground in memory of every Senator up in a dozen places at once Reports ground a milo aid a half from whero the placed it in charge of their interests Cixcixx ti June 30 Comptroller Trcnguished himself bv refusing to baptize a or Representative who died ascent was male He tried to collapse llow that trust has been fulfilled the whether ho liolm to day through District Attorney from all parts of Henrv and nilioinin child Jubilee was buried there or not Tho licit distin Burnet counties tell of intense sufTeriug from the tho balloon before jumping frin it hi tory of the present Administration and E W Kittrcdge attorney for droug t Tho drinking English children arc to bo pitied this guished burial in many but tho appiratus of Edward Darby failed to year Some of the new ones are being a Representativewas that New Jersey who the Comptroller brought suit in the U S towns has been pollutedwater the whito and the ballom escaped and work for two years and a quartersufliciently and from was District Court sjraiust the Fidelitv Na beds of the The judgment of the people named Jubilctta creeks are covered with decay soon out of siht going ctst at an testifies died July 2S ItCS Near by his resting tional Bank its directors and officers for ing fish The drought in the northern has been amply sustained corruption Five hundred more acres have been place is the lot of the Dear family who the and altitude of a mio and a half Baldwin forfeiture of its franchise and the dis-Â¬ central tiers of planted to watermelons in the South this were friends of Washington Then thero has disappeared from the Federal ofli solution of the bank the grounds upon any more serious counties of Illinois is not called by his fneads tho Man Bird is year than in 1S0 than it is in Wisconsin is the tomb of Elbridgc Gerry Vice Presi which the native of Quincf twenty six years old ccs economy has succeeded extrava- Â¬ suit is based being the The Badger State is literally burning up He was for several years an attache of The New York Legislature passed a bill dent of the United States who died on his gance and honesty has been substi Â¬ requiring a life saving rope to be placed way to the Capitol to preside over the making of a fraudulent statement as and fruit and crops- aro nearly destroyed the Iferahl but for the last few years has tuted for thieving the growing power to the banks condition Mav 13 17 Reports in crcry hotel room from Northwestern Iowa state been studymgand pnicticingathletics and of monopoly Scuatc on November 23 1S14 aged seventy 2 loaning to has been checked and Ax old rusty Barlow knifo has been years thus fultlllmg according to tho shirc A Eckert J a W Wilshirc and Wil that the drought has been broken ballooning He made a similar leap in sum in excess of one the rights of labor have been recoir found in a quarry near Greenup Ky im inscription his own memorable injunc- Â¬ tenth part of California last winter the distance being Our Debt tion it is the duty of every citizcnthough actually paid the capital stock of the binkbedded in solid rock about a thousand feel The people hero nied the sunshine of business pros- Â¬ in 3 makintr loans of sunWiMHMvrov D C July ne may nave out one day to live to devoto ilar proportions During tho are wild over the affair and regard it as perity is beaming over the land and on 3lR- - WESTIXOHOrsn of nirhrikn famo to E L Harper and E U fiscal yeur just has taken out about twelve hundred pat- Â¬ that day to the good of his country Harper it Co 4 increasing the capital bonded debt of ended the principal of tho the most wonderful thing over done by a all sides is manifested a feeling of con Â¬ the The monument was erected by Congress ents or various kinds fidence and content stock of the bank without the approval of edfl2ill030 and Tinted States decreas human being Not far oft is the grave of Major General tho the amount of the acMr Parxell docs not improve in health The Republican party has been out Comptroller 5 making loans to di-Â¬ TOWN BURNING arkTit is now said that he is suffering from George Clinton who was also a Vice Pres vers porsons named taking as security crued but unpaid interest on such debt of power for two years and a quarter decreased iuVJll The decrease in cer Clitrenilon ident surmounted by a monument which cancer of the stomach fcrt on rire lly Vy ro therefor stock of their own bank not tificates of deposits ninountcd totU4S long enough to judge of its capability PLTsiocTn Church Brooklyn will bo contains a has relief portrait of the de teelmle and There N No Help Tor It having on hand May 13 Tv37 and on divers 00 and to sustain ad verses How has it borne in demand notes and fractional ceased which is said to be an excellent days before shut for the summer No such thing ever Io of Life and after that date the twenty-- currency to 7 During the same neri- likeness adversity Has it endeavored to purify As every body knows thero five happened to it before Eisik Pv Julv Tho town of Claren per cent reserve required by law od there was an have been no burials of Congressmen in and 7 of HMSJVil in don in tho tipr or oil country and on Astronomy has a new term in its nomentho itself and win back the confidence of knowinglj permitting the over in gold mid silverincrease certificates and an in a iiiinucipnii and Jnc railroad clature A New York Sunday is now this cemetery for some veirs Prnhalilv- - certification of checks it burnrtg the people by endeavoring to assimilate Summons was crease of I0U1S1n1 m cash in tho Treas the last one was that of Senator Brown of issued Fire works started the con known as a sidc doorcal day by returnable July 5 Wot Virginia who died in ls and was and July 12Judge Sage the day for hearing ury showing a net decrease m the public Beacon Brothers wells and inIlagrit i m in jtself toit their interest- to On the con TnE New York Tribune says the selling the Weaver triry was tixed a has strange say made of the toy pistol to children ought to bo buried there For years Congress went of the cause The Government also brought debt during the car of JlUi707tVlO Tho House Tho town being without a tire ap vry cllort to alienate still further the on erecting cenotaphs in the cemetery paratus is helpless The Warren depart Â¬ made an indictable offense suit in the Superior Court of the city to decrease in the debt during June was uinds of the people from it In this to the memory of rulers who diedduring set aside ment arrived but without sufficient hose Govbkxok IIiix has signed a bill making their term attachments issued againsttho Mate it lias delivered itself into the of service but this practice has Fidelity at the suits of divers parties The Philadelphia and Erie rnlrofld au it unlawful for railroads in New York been abandoned Strange Cattle Disease ower of a petty bos who has not These cenotaphs State to use stoves in passenger cars after were cubes A disease that thorities are running all relief possible u IiKtziU Im July perhaps four feet each waAn Air Ship the doomed town Tho fire spread from f ven ability to back his pretensionway isss thus baflles physi surmounted by a round block On each Washington June 30 A circular re- cians far brokenthe best veterinary herded tho Weaver House taking in tho It ha- shown its contempt for the Tnor F N Crouch composer of Kath has out among cattle was cut the name of the member in whoso ceived at the Navy Department John Lotjaii Hotel Melvin Jncksous constitution its servility towards the leen Slavourneen from a by Snmuel Checks at Sceleyville Tho who is eighty seven years old is the author of twenty seven memory it was erected One of ttfc most Chicago man announces that he has solved first indications aro ulcerous tumors ap gents furnishing store C Wells clot iiiug corporations its hostility toward Union interesting monuments is that erected to the liroblem of nerial chHdrenr pciiring on tho surfucv Tho gttle re home M Showers barber shop C O J1C- - veterans Knights of Labor Grangers thccelcbratcd Indian inishna InPlaSviio about to bullda jrrcnfcnir ship with sir Crni SW ilniw9tnntwC1V Ifma grocery which fuso to eat nml ilicln thalftracks In JatoGocld rcccntlT purchased thirty was a chief of tho Choctaw tribe Qhito uu win start on Juno anrrThc1rbflierhoddrof Locomotive l oi next year on a three acres of valuable land at ML Vcxnon a number of hours Tho disease has not spread Uoyd liros grocery- nnd onchuudrcd other Engineers its disregard Indians are buried in this voyage of discovery to the North to other herds but for the canal business houses and dwellings One man and made the regents of that institution a cemetery this but none of the other a o pole He estimates that a months are affected and it several of to be herdÂ¬ was bnrned to death by a bursting oil and commercial interests of the State present of it is feared conmarked in so pretentious a style as the time will suffice for the voyage allowing tagious tank others arc missing Tho fire at 1J30 jits blind unreasoning puitisanship Jack Siiaw of Shamokin ra vowed not celebrated Choctaw ten days or two weeks for scientific observa m has spread to tho Henry House and and its advocacy of indefensible jobi to wear a coat while a Democratic Adminations of arctic phenomena The ship will involved the depot Tho people arc panic and schemes of plunder Slept With a Dead Woman It is no istration was at the helmand so far he has Jake Sharp Found Guilty carry two hundred persons and travel at BwTiMoitK Julyl Mrs Barbara A irey stricken and are seeking the htll snlcs to longer the Republican party that Sew- Â¬ kept the vow New York June 20 Guiltv of the a speed of seventy miles an hour The in aged fifty two committed suicide last escape the burning oil No estimate can TnE Cornell University trustees havo crime charged ard Conkling Fenlon and Arthur re- Â¬ This was the verdict de- ventor undertakes to carry with him rep- Â¬ night by swallowing laudanum Thero bo put upon the loss but th re is every garded with pride it has become the sold the pine timber on twenty five thou- Â¬ livered to night by tho most competent resentatives of the press and scientists had been trouble between herself and her reason to believe that it w ill reach TiOJ000 sand acres of land in Wisconsin receiving jury that Judge Barrett says ever sat beÂ¬ Tho party of Piatt the party of the rag essential feature of the discovery husband and she took the drug last night There is but little insurance therefor half a million dollars fore him in the case of Jacob Sharp consists of a great cylinder built of thin and retired Her husband ring the party of the combine and returned at Philadelphia is annoyed because tho charged with bribing and conspir- plates to which the passenger Picnic Pleasantries of scrambling about the corridors car is at- Â¬ midnight and went to bed ignorant or tho honest face of Ben Franklin is put on the ing to bribe CmcAfio July At the confectioners an alderman A tached Instead or gas a partial vacuum fact that his wife was then dead Republicanism has been transformed He did new one cent postage stamps They think verdict was reached in seventeen is used and eight exhausting screw pro- Â¬ not make the discovcy until he woke thii picnic at Cedar lake yesterday a crowd into Plattism Ben amounts to more than a cent minutes after the jury left the box Out pellers driven by electric secondary bat- morning of toughs assaulted Policmau Jerry SulOver in New Hampshire the RepubÂ¬ The wife of John Murray a Beaver Falls of respect to his ago and feeble health tho teries propel the craft livan nnd were using hnn badly when Pa blacksmith whose luck was hard jury recommended him to mercy Consolidation Consummated officers charged them For a time a lican part ij5 on the point of changing four Celebrating a Centennial learned to help him at the forge and Sharps counsel will make a motion Washington July The consolidation tcrnblo right raged The ofilccrs by using its name to that of the party of Chan- Â¬ is now asjjood a blacksmith as ho is Louisville June 30 A special from of Interna Revenue Districts whereby their clubs freely dispersed the crowd and dler Tho hero of the Tallapoosa the on July 13 for a new trial and after that The ghost of Mrs lloxalana Druse the the district attorney will continue his Elizabcthtown Ky gives tho particulars 22 districts are merged into others mado several arrests There were a num last wrecker of Uncle Sams navy the woman who was hung recently in New prosecution both of tho bribers and the of the celebration of the centennial birth was consummated to day Telegrams ber of broken heads maker of worthless contracts which York State for killing her husband is bribed so far as they can be reached day of Mrs Fannie Hill at Blue Ball were received by Commissioner Miller an Â¬ cost the a pretty penny lias Fatal Affray Between Farmers hurch twelve miles west of that place nouncing that all the collectors had filed said to return to earth in the early morn Sharp was returned to Ludlow street jad ing EuCiwnn Wis July -- Two farmers been scut to the United States Senate As Sharp stepped to the walk on his ar- About two thousand people wero present their bonds and had completed tho trans- Â¬ to lepresent the Granite State One named Geo Morris and John Spitzer beThere is a Yankee in an Illinois twn rival at the jail he said Boys now its two thirds of whom wero related to tho fers of the offices came involved in a quarrel while returnwho plants a sunflower seed in every hill all over Ill tell you that I never gave one aged lady She and her husband who is would suppose that the Republican ing from a danco yesteiday morning Coin Circulalon cf beans Tho stalk serves for a bean penny to Alderman FullgrafT or any other about a year her junior rode to church topartj- - had suffered enough in the past Washington July 1 -- During the month Suddenly tho latter drew a revolver ind from the taint of Chandlerism and that p lc while the seed is utilized for chicken alderman and had no hand in bribing tho gether where they were surrounded by of June the circulation of standard silver shot Morris inflicting a wound which little feed aldermen With this the old man seemed dcsccndantsto the fifth generation experience would have taught it dollars increased MV7 and the gold hold will prove fatal Spitzer was lodged in to let slippery to break down Six carts and twenty men have for six Bill alone for the Northern Investments South jajl here to escape being lynched ings of the Treasury increased 207m weeks been engaged in cutting and haul Â¬ future But experience seems to have Montgomeuy Ah Juno 30 Northern The increase of silver circulation durin Fidelity Banks Assets ing branches from Washington shade trees Slavery in Souih America been lost on it if the confidence ex Â¬ Cincinnati June is Comptroller Trcn- Â¬ capitalists arc rapidly acquiring all tho the year was 1330000 and the increase In that are white with the cocoons of the Tho Vtr awl Hmthl pressed by Senator Blair that he hopes pine lands in Southern Alabama that aro the gold holdings during the same time liolm having concluded his duties here Panama Juno 2 tent caterpillar publishes a statement to the effect that tto have Bill Chandler as a colleague A New York judge has decided that a left for Washington this evening On still owned by the Government and that was 27Hti0J natives of Columbia are being captured be well founded tenants lease cover tlm miiaiiu n n r being asked about the assets of the Fideli- Â¬ can be had for S123 an acre Elihu and We ma next expect on the upper tributaries of the Amazon Turner Throttled We havo William Jackson of Maryland have just the building as well as the inside and that ty National Bank he said to see Secor Robeson rising up in LorisviiiK July Albert Turner and aro subsequently sold in Brazil and he has a right to use the former for ad- Â¬ turned 200000 in cash into the United purchased forty thousand acres of finely States Treasury here and there are be timbered land in one tract in Covington colored ono of the murderers of Jennio that Columbian diploniatcs have been di- New Jersey and entrusted with the vertising purposes task of patching the badly shattered recting their attention to the matter 150000 200000 more to County and twenty thousand acres wero Bowman was hanged at 03 2 this morning o The women of the British and Empiro havo tween Republican machine in that State turn over soon A portion of this bought by another party about a month Turner went to his death without any evi just shown that they are not lacking in The Oak Ridge Riot as it ago Another appropriate resurrection in dence of fear and declared with his last charitable impulses Three million of bclongst to outside parties New- - Oiileans July 4 As the result of breath that Win Patterson who is also them havo contributed to a fund of fiVOuo has been taken in on notes lodged Gambrells Murderers Indicicd by the attempt of ne- Â¬ company with Chandler and Robeson precipitated to hang for this same crime i3 the riot for Queen Victoria It is a jubilee pres- Â¬ with tho Fidelity for collection before tho Jackson Mis groes at Oak Ridge La to rescue ono of would be that of Kcifer in Ohio Tho grand sentenced failure Of course this part will have to jury in their reportJuno 30 innocent ent yesterday brought in Such is the spirit shown I13- - tho Re Â¬ their color who was being conveved to ArrtB spending a long season in Europe go to those to whom it belongsgo but tho true bills against Jones S Hamilton and jail charged with criminal assault on a publican party in adversity Wife Murderer Sentenced Experi- Â¬ to tho L W Eubanks Fred Douglass says he is coming home greater part of this sum will for Peter Hrenck white woman thirteen negroes and ono ence has been lost upon it or rather St Joseih Mo July creditors Money will be deposited in tho Gambrcll on May 5 the murder of R D with the knowledge that tho average man at Jackson Miss a Bohemian who murdered his young wife whito man havebeen killed has made it it possible more intol- Â¬ in the United States is better fed clothed Treasury here from day to day as fast as The case of Albrccht who was placed un- April 10 last was to day sentenced to be it is collected The financial condition of der bonds in the same connccNon is now A Sky Rockets Work erant and corrupt It clings to every and sheltered than in any other part of hanged August 19 Tho murder was comCincinnati is very strong It has been under consideration Very probably the world Cincinnati July 4 A sky rocket sot morsel of patronage with more eager if mitted while Hrenck was drunk He sus ness than it did when the Nations CoxxECficcrs strict Sunday laws havo strong all the time or it could nover havo the case is tried this term a change of pected Ins wife without cause of being firo to tho Weber Brewing Companys withstood the shock it has venue will be obtained malt house and the big establishment is coffers were in its custody and boldly been stopping all railroad trains but tho intimate with another man In ruins Loss 100000 One man jumped proclaim its intention should the peo- Â¬ Dli rwireaa commissioners have issued The Canadian Refugees Cast Down Lans Office Removed from a window and was dashed to death aa order allowing passenger trains to run Tobacco Firm Assigns ple ever give it the chance which thcy Washington June 29 The president Montreal Juno 30 Tho Now York fVtid another met his end in the debris ueiween me nours oi to a m and 3 p m signed an order this afternoon Louisville July 1 Dick Middleton boodle aldermen appear very much dis- Â¬ will not to boycott Democrats with for tho re Several firemen wero hurt on Sunday concerted over Sharps conviction They Co proprietors of the Grant Tobacco more virulence than it did before and James Redhead and Harry Anderson moval of the District Land Office of Washington Territory from Olympia to Seattle refused to sec reporters but their friends Works assigned with liabilities estimated Killed by Lightning make up for its exclusion from power went swimming in Lake Contrarynear St The object of the removal is said to be nominal assets tho same to say they feel bad as they consider their at1000t Nashville Mo July Two brothers by squeezing the taxpayers A coterie Joseph Mo tho other day and drowned render the office more stay here now indefinitely prolonged Â¬ generally named Bass were killed by lightning toÂ¬ of rich men control its action and dic- Â¬ because a party of ladies and gentlemen in ble to the pcoplo of the Territory accessi- Moloney however appears as happy California Wheal as a day while celebrating the Fourth Two tate its polic and a boat near by were too modestto rescue San Fiuncisco July cricket it is as devoid of The Chnwjt women and a 1 child were severely shocked patriotic aspirations and them without their clothes on newspaper will say to morrow Cali The New Conslitutitn of K t L principles as Has the B 0 Been Gobbled fornia will raiseT000000 bushels of wheat and one of them may die Dr Joseph F Geisler official chemist riULADEUiiiA Juno 29 The new constiwhen it was driven out of the offices it New Yohk June 30 Mr Stokes was this year and export 1000000 tons to the New York Msrcantilo Exchange tution of the Knights of Labor prohibits Farmer Drowned abused asked last night what he thought of tho and to the New York Dairy Commission tbc use of anv kind of intnrit iirnrrKnoxville Tenn July 4 Thomas Is it any wonder then that the tide Murderer Hanged rumored telegraph deal He said I be Â¬ has discovered that a poisonous compound at any gathering whether for Luther a prominent farmer of Sevier Coun- Â¬ of Democracy is rising higher each business or lieve that the story is Hrndeiison Ky July I James McEl of lead is being used lor the enameling of pleasure under the auspices of true and that Jay tnc order Gould has finally secured tho Baltimoro roy was hanged here to day for tho ty was drowned to day while attempting to year and sweeping away in its resist- Â¬ the leather sweat bands in hats The penalty is suspension ford a swollen stream in Richardsons Ohio Telegraph system murder of a farmer named Walter Mart less power Republican strongholds -Cove A daughter with three legs was born to m m which were considered impregnable Harpers Bonds Increased Cast Steel Cims Frank Spragueand wife of Mecosta Coun Â¬ Murdered in His Store Is there nobody here that will Even Rhode Island iron clad and Cincinnati Juno 3J This morning ty Mich some months ago and as it was WAsniNOTON June 29 The or United States Commissioner FiiExcn Camp Mi July 1 W H raise a hand to save a human life Hooper rock ribbed Republican Rhode Island not thought that ho would caro for so cast steel as opposed to advocates wrought steel L Harper vico Cornish a young merchant was murder- Â¬ asked a tramp in tragic tones in a as Governor Hill many the poorest of tho legs was cut off termed it has builtupguns are to have an opportunity raised tho ofbonds of E National president tho Fidelity The little one stood the operation brav61y to sustain their claims Under authority Bank to ed last night and hiH body burned in his crowded saloon on Market street one passed out of Republican hands in store Geo Bryan Sam Garrett Monroo night 200000 and Ben Hopkins to 5100000 and is now in excellent health This conferred by tho last Congress the Navy last week Ya I safe your life spite of the parly advantage main- Â¬ Boyd who were in the store late last night done as a Tkcst the wide eyed American to take Department to day invited proposals for was evidence matter of precaution and as were arrested and charged with the crime right away said tho bar tender tained by actually disfranchising every of fraud by tho prisoners new care of himself wherever his lot may bo furnishing three steel cast rough bored has been discovered catching tho tramp by the collar and foreign born citizen unless he is a free-Â¬ cast He chanced to bo taking an airing and turned six inch high powerjfflei can running him out of the door Dots holder Signs of the final breaking up Mortality in New York High License in Minnesota in London when the Queens jubilee camo non oi domestic manufacture noof BesNew Youk July 1 The mortality in tho the way I safe your life 1 put you of the once proud party arc manifested along aad knocked 13000 clear money out semer one of open hearth and one of cru- Â¬ St Paul Minn June 30 The high of it in a day by subletting a building cible steel Bids will bo received at tho license law goes into effect in Mmuesota city to day has been greater than on any purty quick out before the poss comes in other New England States and in Newark the Northwest where it was most which he bad rented on the line of the pro- Â¬ department until August 2 nexVwheu tho to morrow tnc minimum of heenso in othor day this year One hundred and down stairs tint kills you cities oi ten thousand or over being 1000 seventy persons died tho greater number Sunday Call proposals will be opejod cession strongly entrenched The change is and in smaller places 500 m iroin cholera iniantum easily accounted for The Democratic Dervattse is the new substance for Boarder to landlord But you is 100000 Fire the people better gov- Â¬ Lynched soles of boots and shoes It is impervious Heavy Wheat Exportation let young Smith have his room at five party givingthat which characterized LiZABETnTOWN ernment than to wet and has a stronger resistance to Ks Juno 31 Alamp La 30 Last night a June SiMsnor0 FiiuAiiEirniA Pa July 1 During Juno wear than leather It stitches very well exploded in the drug store of frp Elliott band of disguised men took James Wal 131723 bushels of wheat were exported dollars a week and mine is no better Republican rule and is in favor of just than his Co last night and started aconnagra Landlord I know it and equal laws for all Tiie Repub Â¬ and hence is superior to India rubber and den colored from tho custody of a guard from Philadelphia as compared with 207 tion that swept away ncarlv oae fourthof who had him in keeping to answer to tho 2M bushels in June 1NG For the first six Smith came to me nnd said that he lican gives a better grip in walking on wet party is still wedded to the idols the business portion of the towi At 1 15 charge of larceny and hanged him Wal months of tins year the record shows that really couldnt afford to pay more than c sarfaees that caused its overthrow in 18S1 and A scientist who has made a specialty of a m the fire was under control The loss dens character was very bad He was 501102r bushels were exported against five and was so earnest about it that Â¬ has shown in adversity more baldheadedBess says that brain workers will amount to 100000 with instance for very daring and was of a vmdictiv 1403440 during the same period last year I made an exception in his favor BeÂ¬ nant and reckless spirit athan in malig- Â¬ pros are mere subject to loss of hair than half that sum ture sides his bar bill amounts to fifteen mm perity It can not assimilate itself Premature Blast tMMMffagM in manual labor He found ExitaiM Sl Mi- l- n Attempt to Poison a Family N T Sun with the cause of the people for it is Ky Julv 1 A nretna- - dollars a week In bJamvsiMga4ioB that among audi- Nichohsvillk Findlat Baltimoke June 30 A cm iMB4aat yem churches and operas glycerine O June 29 TheMScoy nitro Â¬ ture blast on the new turnpike being con the crcturc and tool of monopoly The Mariposa grant in California servant blew ta SsslssV feat Irem 49 to ft Mr csat peopl for factoryarouad up to daf causing colored Baltimoregirl attempted to poison a structed near High Uridgo oicw up two which has justljeen sold to miles family by putting oil of men John Bradshaw and Ji W King tho to thtakan earth South Mackay Its intolerance alone is sufficient to SUSM bad occurred The fatter ivnt vitriol into wotoi coolcr Sho also superintendent and others fah 300000 Was onco keep it unpopular and when its innate Km nuMtMw wh mi King is Still Rllve but family by tendcneyto covruptton and wxtiRVo rtH ivobiiui uivikvictr ofh the hft riffled hv John CLVrninant wlu boI catHiiro wui sefcly tH s rfUKd f SS gartn Wadded BQtnifgmt U surf it bamy utJuMih Htfertt9Q09igvi4 A TenYoar01U Hoy lturiu Two School Houses anil Attempt a Tlilnl IIitaum k - DESOLATION BIG JUMP rMt j -- much-talkod lrer 1 ini Â¬ flu-inn-- iviku - 2 m- Ww- - iit d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Msjor-Gcn-cr- Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ post-offic- e - twen-ty-fo- ur - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tapar Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ml- - T ii Â¬ f twelve-year-ol- d rM Wf to ri 4i SEEKING NEW FIELDS definite period of jfcxeiasion from tha What the Front bit ire Tariff Is Dolac far government of the people Albany ONI American Industries Argus N The proposed removal of the Pond Machine Company from Worcester in DOWN ON THE NEGRO only one step in a movement so grad Â¬ rty In Unanimous ual that it is not startling but so genÂ¬ Wliy tho ltepjllln In DeiiuuncinSthe Colored Race eral that it may well excite the atten- Â¬ In a recent speech on womans tion of economists and statesmen suffrage Senator Jhgalls of Kansas It is evident that there are influences I have no hesitancy in saying at work which tend to the disad Â¬ said that granting the right of suffrage to vantage of New England aud the East the colored people liaajprovcn an ab-Â¬ and to the advantage of other sections Sen- Â¬ solute and unqualificdfailure of the country Several important in- Â¬ ator Ingalls is a RepaWican and one terests have left this section alto Â¬ of the acknoiASdgcdleadcrs of his gether and others are going as rapid Â¬ r to presume ly as arrangements can be made for re-Â¬ party It wouWuo that he speaks r a large portion of moval his party on tips quiKion of negro Is there any thing to account for suffrage Butc arcliot left to infer- Â¬ this tendency in that system of taxa ence or con jeetHre on tkii point From tion which is called high protection other Republiciuvtarsand from the cliauinions ofwbicli claim that Jtisj various RepubHafunoVsppefshavo the iniiyaicgiiara flnrur lmwsmesr come expressions similar- to those ot We believe that this tendency is the Senator Ingalls in his recentpcecli inevitable result ofstho so called pro-Â¬ It is a common thing to bar Re-Â¬ tective policy New England produces publicans in Congress declare that the few raw materials pf importance It negro is a failure as a voter and is docs not even raise its own bread and unlit to exercise the privilege of he meat It finds its business in taking ballot raw materials from other sections and What is the logical result of uch manufacturing them into goods of reasoning If Senator Ingalls and his various grades from the very highest brother Republicans believe that the down It goes away from home for its negro is unlit to vote they arc driven food or a large part of it its metals to one of two courses They must its coal and its fibers either perpetuate what the denounce The tariff as it exists is a special as an absolute and unqualified failure burden on New England Shut out or they must disfranchise the negro from the rest of the world by the The colored voter will thus see that in Chinese wall of the prohibitive tariff any event he has little to expect from which taxe3 alike raw materials and the Republican party If he is to vote manufactures New England can not at all it is over their protest It is compete with other parts of the coun- Â¬ easy to understand the position of Sen Â¬ try in which food and metals and coal ator Ingalls and the other Republican and the various libera arc abundant leaders on the question of negro sufÂ¬ and cheap frage New England of all sections of our When the negro became a voter the country most needs raw materials as representation of the South and its cheap as its foreign and domestic relative influence in Congress were rivals for the profitable employment greatly increased The Republicans of its accumulated capital and its supposed that they could always cou skilled labor trol the negro vote by arraying it in And especially is this true since the opposition to the bulk of the white voto so called high protective system has of the South This miserable policy crippled the mercantile marine interest has failed The white man and the of New England an interest for which black man in the South arc naturally it has the best advantages and which friendl- - They understand each otlici was in the past the source of great and trust each other It is true that a profit g few years after the war the mass of Any Representative of New England ngro voters blindly followed the lead iu the National Congress who votes to of the carpet baggers who found retain the tariff as it stands votes it ca y to deceive this simple against New Englands best interests hearted race But gradually the Whatever the effect may be on tho eyes of the negro were opvned country generally New England suf- Â¬ He saw that he was a mere tool fers Ioton Herald in the Irands of designing men who Used him for their own advancement IT MUST BE DONE lie was robbed of his hard earned sav Â¬ Necessity ot Preventing the Accu Â¬ They fat Â¬ The ings by his new friend mulation of Vast Sums of Useless tened on public and privttc plunder 31onr while the negro did the work and the The only thing to be done is to re- Â¬ The duce taxation voting by which thej prospered The necessity for this result was inevitable The negro surely approaching and frequently pointed our is last upon us- - Some-Â¬ reliable friends were the white men thing Congress at do will at the approach with whom he had been reared They ing session if not because it desires were readiest to come to his help when The accumulahe got into trouble Thcv did not lie then because it must to him and the never stole his money tion of a vast sum of useless money These facts have been impressing tho in the treasury must be prevented negroes of the South more and more It is time that public opinion should forcibly during the past ten years The be fully and freely expressed as election of President Cleveland and to this most important duty No his wise and kind policy toward the body can honestly deny that it may negro have done much to remove be performed without injuring a sin whatever of political prejudice might gle domestic interest On the contrary no tariff that could be levied have remained in his mind would assist our manufactures as pow- Â¬ Now tiiat he can not longer be counterfully as the repeal or reduction ot ed as a political slave of the Republic duties now collected upon the raw ma Â¬ Â¬ an part- but is becoming an inde Itdocs pendent intelligent voter the Repub terials used in manufacturing lican leaders declare that he is utterly not need an expert to draw the broad unworthy of the ballot If these men lines for such an act Scientific tarifl should attempt to carry their views on revision we need and some day we will But for the present it is negro suffrage to their logical result have it enough to simply lop oft a few of the the Democratic party will stand by the negro and see that every right he has unnecessary taxes which are maintained under the constitution and the laws of at the old war figures which fall upon staple articles and which are not ol his country shall be preserved Allat the slightest use as a protection to in Â¬ ta Constitution dustry The duty before Congress ii But it will be besieged simple indeed SOME AFTER THOUGHTS to raise the tax now laid on articles ot A Calm View of a Qaettlon Vfhlch IIa luxury and commit the country to Excited Considerable Excitement There was really no occasion to kick schemes involving new outlays for up so delirious an excitement over the purposes which the National Govern- Â¬ The proposed restoration of the captured ment ought not to undertake Confederate flags to the various South- Â¬ country should make known to its rep- Â¬ ern States in which the regiments car resentatives in no doubtful terms its rying these flags had been organized will in the emergency which nothing The President has promptly rescinded now can avert or postpone St Paul tifc order having found that the tat Â¬ rionccr Press tered and battered trophies must The Only Sensible Method await such disposition as Congress ma see fit to make of them and now The reduction of the surplus may be the question arises in all seriousness effected by other means than tariff re-Â¬ What harm can be done by scattering form but the latter is unquestionably these mementoes of fratricidal conflict the best method because tariff reform or what good can be done by keeping is as imperatively necessary as the re- Â¬ them locked up in a garret at Wash- Â¬ duction of the surplus It is not alone by the piling up of money the govern- Â¬ ington The Graphic does not undervalue ment docs not need that the taxpayers the sentiments of the veterans who arc robbed It is by the imposts which compose the Grand Army of the Re- Â¬ an unjust and exorbitant tariff permits public They made great sacrifices the protected monopolists to levy upon for the maintenance of the Union and them For every dollar that the tariff are naturally proud of the victories they takes from them to put in the treasury won But is there any good reason in excess of the Governments need it why they should applaud the ferocious takes ten to put in the pockets ot mo- Â¬ maledictions invoked by General Fair nopoly Enormous as the treasury sur-Â¬ Secession is dead as Julius plus is the surplus which0 protected child Cscsar North and South arc one and monopoly is piling up at the cost of at peace Wo are all trying to oblit- Â¬ the consumer is ten times as great erate every ugly memory of the civil To reduce the surplus by reforming war What then is the use of raising tho tariff will be to remedy both evils about a rumpus flags at once It will be killing two birds these of tho foulest kind with one stone symbolize only a dead issue that They are not needed to attest Detroit Free Pressm 1 the patriotism or valor of those who Can Make But One Stop them Had they been com- Â¬ captured mitted to the care of separate organ- Â¬ Between Tuscaloosa and Akron isations they woidd probably have Ala the train came to a sudden halt been returned long ago to the men who in the woods Then one of the pas-Â¬ fought under them It is all a matter sengers got off and started back over of sentiment of course but it seems to the track at a leisurely pace and pret- Â¬ us that the Grand Army men will be ty soon the train slowly followed him more magnanimous by and by Tho Several people were quite anxious to restored Union needs no such memo- Â¬ know what was going on and in- Â¬ rials of the fiery ordeal through which quiries flew thick and fast The con- Â¬ it passed K T Graphic ductor finally came into the car and a woman uked It coases in bad taste for John Conductor is any thing up Sherman to complain of the rebel brig- Â¬ Yesm adiers being put in the saddle to day Are we goin backwards c when twenty years ago his party set We are by putting Mosby Iong the example What has happened street and Key in the saddle to thw ex- Â¬ A hoy in the nest car lost his clusion of wounded Union veterans hat s Governor SL John And we are stopping just foe the Youll find if you look into it hat Ycsro but dont let yoSr hand- Â¬ closely that the fellow who now waves sAt the fiercest is the same kerchief blow out of the window We the bloody chap who wM dying with consumption are half an hour behind titne now aad ago and could1 1 g caiftatop agaia thfo fareiioom -- - to show 25 that it i entitled to an in Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m m M 3 I twntyiyyr t 2 wrfcMfc IWf rtf trH FrH r lit r 5 4 H i SMALL THINGS A Tiny Bopo Saved Paul to Preach His Masters Gospel Ie Caif Mom Anil aFraH Hark on tlic to Israel Whatever is Done Let it bo Done Wfeelj ud Well Talinages- SerÂ¬ mon y people and their friends have made a grimage to this place It is one point in an excursion of six days Iter T Do Witt Talraage preached hero this morning in the great campraecting tabcrBacle Through a DrTalmages text was window in a basket was I letdown by 1L Corinthians xi 33 He the wall said Sermcos on Paul in Jail Taut on Mars Hill Paul in tho shipwreck Pautbcfore the Sanhedrim Paul before Felix are plentiful but iu my text wc hare Paul in Ja basket Damascus i a city of white and glistensometimes called architecture ing theye of the East some times called a at one pearl surrounded by emeralds time distinguished for swords of the best material called Damascus blades and up- Â¬ holstery of richest fabric called damasks A horseman by the name of Saul riding toward tho city had been thrown from the saddle The horse had dropped tho - sky under a Hash from which at the same time was so bright it blinded the rider for many days and I think so permanently injured his eyesight that this defect of vision became the thorn in the flesh he afterwards speaks of He started for Damascus to butcher Christians but after that hard fall from his horse he was a changed man and preached Christ in Damascus till the city was shaken to its foundation The mayor gives authority for his arrest and the popular cry is Kill him Kill The city is surrounded by a high him wall and the gates are watched by tho police lest the Cicilian preacher escape Many of the houses are built on the wall and their balconies projected clear over and hovered above the gardens outside It was customary to lower baskets out of the balconies and pull up fruits and llowers from the gardens To this day visitors to the monastery nt Mount Sinai are lifted and let down in basket Detectives prowled around from house to house looking for Paul but his friends hid him now in one place now in another Ho is no coward a lifty incidents in his life demonstrate But ho feels his work is not done yet and so he evades assassinIs that preacher here the foamation ing mob shouts at one house door Is that fanatic here tho police shout at another house door Sometimes on the street incognito he passes through a crowd of clenched fists and sometimes he secretes himself on the house top At last the infuriated populace get on sure track of him They have positive evidence that he is in the house of one or tho Christians the balcony of whose home reaches over Here he is Here he is ths wall Tho vociferation and blasphemy and howling of the pursuers arc at the front door They break in Fetch out that Gospelizcr and let us hang his head on tho city gate Where is he1 The emergency was terrible Providentially there was a good stoat basket in the house Pauls friends fasten a ropcto the basket Paul steps into it Tha basket is lifted to the edge of the balcony on the wall and then while Paul holds on to tho rope with both hands his friends lower away carefully und cautiously slowly but surely further down and further down until tho basket strikes the earth and the apostle steps out and afoot and alone starts on that famous missionary tour the story of which has astonished earth and Heaven Appropri ate entry in Pauls diary of travels Through a window in a basket was I let down by the walL Observe first on what a slender tenure great results hang The rope maker who twisted that cord fastened to that lower- Â¬ ing basket never knew how much would depend upon the strength of it How if it had been broken and the apostles lifo had been dashcd ouW What would havo becomo of the Christian Church All that magnificent missionary work in Pamphil ia Cappadocia Galatia Macedonia would never have been accomplished All his writings that make up so indispensable and enchanting a part of New Testament wpuld never tho have beenwritten The story of resurrection would never hare been so gloriously told as he told it That example of heroic and triumphant endurance at Philippi in the Mediterranean Euroclydon under flagellation and at his beheading would not have kindled the courage of ten thou- Â¬ sand martyrdoms But that rope holding that basket how much depended on it So again and again great results have hung on what seemed slender circumstances Did ever ship of many thousaiid tons crossing the sea have such important passenger ashad once a boat of leaves from taff rail to stern only three or four feet the vessel made waterproof by a coat of bitumen and floating on the Nile with the infant law giver of the Jews on board What if some crocodile should crunch it What if some of the cattle wading in for a drink should sink it Vessels of war some times carry forty guns looking through the port holes ready to open bat Â¬ tle But that tiny craft on the Nile seems to be armed with all the guns of thunder that bombarded Sinai at the law giving On how fragile craft sailed how much of historical importance The parsonage at Epworth England is on fire in the night and tho father rushed through the hallway for the rescue of his children Seven children are out and safe on the ground but one remains in the consuming building Tnat one wakes and finding his bed on flro and the building crumbling comes to the window nnd Jwo peasants make a ladder of their bodies one peasant standing en the shoulders of the other and down the human ladder the boy descends John Wesley If yon would know how much depended on that ladder of peasants ask the million of Methodists on both sides of the sea Ask their mission stations all around the world Ask their hundreds of thousands already ascended to join thcirjbunder who would have perished ui lor trie living stairs or peasants shoul ders An English ship stopped at Pitcairn Island and in the midst of surrounding cannibalism and squalor tho passengers discovered a Christian colony of churches and schools and beautiful homes and highest style of religion and civilisation For fifty years no missionary and no Christian influence had landed there Why this oasis of light amid a desert of heathen- Â¬ dom Sixty years before a ship had met a disaster and one of the sailors unablo to save any thing else went to his trunk and took out a Bible which bis mother baa placed there and swam ashore the Bible held in his teeth- - The book was read on all sides until theirough and vicious population were evangelized and a church was started and an enlight- Â¬ ened commonwealth established and the worlds history has no more brilliant page thaa that which tells of tho transforma- Â¬ tion of a nation by one book It did not seem of much importance whether the sailor continued to hold the book in bis teeth or let it fall in the breakers but up-Â¬ on what small circumstances depended such mighty results Practical inference There are no insignificance ia our lives The minutest th ng is part of a magnitude Infinity is made up of infinitesimals Great things an ag- Â¬ gregation of small tilings Bethlehem manger pulling on a star in the Eastern sky One book in a drenched sailors mouth therangeliiation of a multitnde Ono boatofpapyrus on theNihsfreightcd with events for tillages The fate of Christian dom in a basket let down from a window ea the wall What you do do well If yoa Hsakearope make it strong and true for you know not how much may depend workraaastaip If you fashion pil- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Marthas Vietaiii Mujs July 3 Many hundreds of Brooklyn Tabernacle your boy as he goes rom home let it be -- a u Payors lor J mission as far rcachin the book which the sailor carried in his teeth t0 e 1u cairn beach The plainest mans life is an island between two eternities eternity past rippling against ins shoulders eter nity to come touching his brow The casual the accidental that which merely happened so arc parts of a rest plan and the rope that lets the fugitive apostle from the Damascus wall is the cable that holds to its moorinac the shipof hc Church in the northeast storm of the centuries nt1 unrc Again notice unrecognized corded services Wlm nnn the rope Wno tied it to the basVoti uhJ steadied the illustrious preacher as he stepped into it Who relaxed not a musclo of the arm or dismissed an anxious look from his face until the basket touched the ground and discharged its magnificent cargo Not one of their names has coma to us but there was no work dorfc that way in Damascus or in all tho earth compared with the importance or their work What if they had in tho agitation tied the knot that could slip What if the sound of tho mob at the door had led them to say Paul nd we must take care of himself will take care or ourselves o n Tnci held the rope and in doing so did more for the Christian Church than any thousand of us will ever accomplish yut Gotl knows and- has made eternal record of their undertaking And they know-- How exultant they must have felOvhcn tlcJ read his letters to the ltoroans to the Corinthians to the Italians to the Ephe sians to the lhillippians Wtio Colos sians to thcThessalonians to Timothy to Titus to Philemon- in tho Hebrews and when they heard how ho walked out of prison with the earthquake unlocking the door for him and took command of tho Alexandrian corn ship wcn the sailors were nearly scared tccicai5 ntPpenobed a sermon that nearly shook Felix off his judgement scat- - I hear the men and women who hoped him down through the window aii over tho wall talking in private ovJr tho matter and saying HowglaI am that we affected that res Â¬ cue Incoming times others may get the glory o Pauls work but no one shall rob us of hc satisfaction ofknowitig that wo held the rope Once for thirty six hours we expected every moment to go to the bottom of the flcean The waves struck through the sky lights and rushed down ino the hold oT tho ship and hissed against the boilers It was an awful time but by tho blessing of Owl and the faithfulness of the men in charge we came out of the cyclone and we arrived at home Each one lieforo leaving the ship thanked Captain Andrews I do not think there was a man or woman that went off that ship without thanking Captain Andrews and when years after I heard of his death I was impelled to write a letter of condolence to his family in Liverpool Every body recog nized the goodness the courage tho kindness of Captain Andrews but it occurs to mo now that wc never thanked the engineer He stood away dowjj in the dark ness amid the hissiug furnaces doing his No body thanked s the en Â¬ whole duty gineer but God recognized his heroism and his continuance- and his fidelity and there will bo just as high reward for the engineer who worked out of sight as for the captain who stood oa the bridge of the ship in the midst of the howling tempest There are said to bcnbout sixty nino thousand ministers of religion in this country About fifty thousand I warrant came from early homc3 which had to struggle for the necessaries of life The sons of rich bankers and merchants generally become bankers and merchants The most of those who become ministers are the sons of those who had terrific struggle to get their every day bread The collegiate and theological education of that son took every luxury from tho parental table for eight years The other children were more scantily appareled The son at college every little while got a bundle from home In it were the socks that mother had knit sitting up late at night her sight not as good as once itwas And there also wero some delicacies from the sisters hand for the voracious appe Â¬ tite of a hungry student The father swung tho heavy cradlo through the wheat tho sweat rolling from his chin bedewing every step of the way and thon sitting down under the cherry tree at noon thinking to himself I am fearfully tired but it will pay if I can once sec that boy through college and if I can know that he will be preaching the The younger Gospel after 1 am dead children want to know why they cant have this and that as others dn and the mother says Be patient my children until your brother graduates and then you can have more luxuries but we must sec that boy through The yca 3 go by and the son has been ordained and is preaching th glorious Gospel and a great revival comes and souls by scores and- - hundreds accepttho IX hi r7 l5iv Â¬ 1 Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -and timls tnem on uc the ratlines to disentangle a rope in the nni1 fini1s them swinging on the c hammock when he turns m Why not bo frank and acknowledge it the most of us would long ago have been dashed to pieces had not gracious and loving hands steadily and lovingly and mightily held the ropo But there must come a timo when wc shall find out who these Damascenes were who lowered Paul in the basket and greet them and all those who have rendered to God and the world unrecognized and unrecorded services Thai is going to be one of the glad excitements of IJeaventhc hunting up and picking out or those who Hid front rood on earth and cot no credit font Hero the Church has been going on niucteen centuries and yet tho world has not recognized the services of the people in that Damascus balcony Charles G Finney said to a dyings Christian Give my lovo to St Paul when you meet When you and I meet him as we him will I shall ask him to introduce me to those people who got him out of the Damascene peril Wc go into long sermons to prove that wo will be able to recognize people in Heaven when there is one reason we fail to present aud that is better than all God will Introduce us Wc shall havo them all pointed out You would not be guilty of the impoliteness of having friends in your parlor not introduced aud celestial politeness will demand that we be made acquainted with all the Heavenly household What rehearsal of old times and recital of stirring reminiscences If others fail to give introduction God will take our us before and through first twenty four hours in Heaven if it were calculated by carthy timepieces havo passed wc shall meet and talk with more heavenly celebrities than iuour entire mortal state wo met with Many who made earthly celebrities great noise of usefulness will sit on the last scat by the front door of the heavenly temple while right up within arms reach of the heavenly throne will be ninny who though they could not preach themselves or do great exploits for God nevertheless held the rope Come let us go right up and accost those on this circle of heavenly thrones Surely they must have killed in battle a million men Surely they must have been buried with all the cathedrals sounding a dirgi and all the eities tolling the national grief I Who art thou mighty one of Heaven lived by choice the unmarried daughter in a humble home that I might take caro of my parents in their old age and 1 en Â¬ dured without complaints all their qtiorul ousness and administered to all their wint for twenty years Let us pass on round the circle of thrones Who art thou mighty one of I was for thirty years a ChrisHeaven tian invalid airl suffered all the while oeeaiionally writing a note of sympathv for those worse off than I and was general confidant of all those who had trouble and once in a while I was strong enough to make a garment for that poor family Pass on to another in tho back lane throne Who art thou mighty one of I was the mother who rabed a Heaven whole family of children for God aud they are out in the world Christian merchants Christian mechanics Christian wives and I have had full reward or all my toil 1 Let us pass on in the circle of thrones had a Sabbath school class and they wore always on my heart and they all entered the kingdom of God and 1 am wailing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - TALKING TO ONES SELF Iride boii- i- A Most Excellent Way of CombatinB TTeak rss Egotism anrt -- Â¬ a twltte the -- rowing habit of talking himself replied that it gave him pleasures so to do for two reasons greit first because it is always a reeable to to a sensible man and second talk it is equally agreeable to hear a sensible man talk There is in fact a certain fascination in it A recent writer upon the Human IJrain asserts that this habit is ono of the tokens of incipient insanity It is to be hoped that it is not For it prevails usually anion children and persons of advanced aand though sometimes indicative of certain mental weakness it need not on that account necessarily point to a loss of brain It is doubtless often a niero habit arising from intensa reflection among sober minded people It might puMciugiity pronianie indeed to man persons if they would cultivate this rare exercise For the trouble is that individuals do not communicate with themselves nearly enough The mass of men drift down swiftly on the current of their thoughts swept off on the tido of business and pleasure Their inner life like their outer is engrossed with what they shall eat and drink put on and do to gain their favorite purpose Meanwhile they do not seem to have been ever introduced to themselves As the subject they think and feel ami resolve and act but it is all about the world outside of themselves as the object While men turn their mind inward to think about themselves tl metaphysicians call it making self the subject and the object As the subject he thinks and he thinks of himudf as the object This may ecm dry enough but the distinction is important Holmes has somewhere safil hat every man is three men lirM what the world think him to bo next what he thinks himclf to he and third vhat od knows him to be But how inan- - per Â¬ sons have formed any circful estimate founded upon patient self examination and deliberate reflection as to the second of the above men Our esti Â¬ mate of ourselves is only a guess It is ever a delicate question this about ones real self It touches pride and self esteem in a tender spot Self search will surely bring out faults and frailitics now unknown or hastily glossed over There is nothing one is so glad to get away from as from his own weaknesses If any one dis Â¬ believes this let him try to ac Â¬ curately reveal to some young peiNon the faults patent to all but thoir owner and he will find that he ha created antagonism in rendering the most useful service The aversion to this self knowledge is deep seated and well nigh universal One lias to - An elderly minister FARM AND FIRESIDE If a fowls tongue is ulcerated ap- Â¬ ply a solution of nitrate of silver with a camel hair pencil Reports of diseases of horses or cattle do great damage to the interests of the sections mentioned and for that reason great care should be exercised and thorough examination made of the stock before placing any locality undcr suspicion Those who keep more than one variety of fowls should strictly keep each breed entirely by itsulf It is a detriment to the business generally for customers to hatch out erors bred chicks from supposed thorough breed eggs Farm Field and Stockman Tomato Salad Cut six ripe toma Â¬ toes into slices and remove all the seeds rub a dish with onion and pour into it a mixture of oil aud vinegar in the proportion of two spoonfuls of oil to one of vinegar sprinkle on the toma Â¬ toes pepper and salt and leave them In They will then the dressing two hours Jloilon Globe be read to serve It adds much to the attractiveness of farm house yards to have every thing kept in apple pie order The skele- Â¬ ton of a broken down wagon in ono corner of the yard a pile of rubbish iu another a rank growth of burdock here and there a clutter of chips under a tree these and kindred evidences of carelessness are eye sores and should not be tolerated X i Examiner Peter Henderson believing that the cabbage fly the parent of the cabbage maggot is attracted to the cabbage roots ny tne scunt ot tlic manure is going to try cotton seed meal which is odorless as a fertilizer and thinks he maybe able to outwit the fly and thus secure exemption from the ravages ol its progeny the maggot Indiantpolii Journal Omolet and Cioutons First beat together the yelks of six and the whites of four eggs seasoned with salt Then cut into bits a small quantity of bread fry these in butter until brown and throw into boiled milk gravy or am sauce Mix the bread bits with the beaten egg and fry as an ordinary omolet taking care to exclude the gravy from the frying pan Chicago Herald The Pittsburgh Stockman calls at- Â¬ tention to churning by stating that if the cream be made too warm the globules will burst and the oil mingle with the water in the cream and rise to the top Such cream will come to butter very slowly if it come at all Boiling wat r is too hot to use iu the cream fit is as warm as the cream should be made as the butter will be white ami soft Keep the cream as near GJ as possible while waiting for the churn While it is urged that farmers should give greater attention to the production of a larger proportion of lean meat in hogs the fact remains that they can get a better price for lard than for lean which will always prompt them to huictho hogs as fat as poible before killing Another fact is that fat can be produced at a Mnaller cost than lean while tho hogs sold in a fat condition cany away les of the fer- Â¬ tility of the soil than the same weight of lean Philadelphia Ilecord m ii - Excited Wife Oh John John Quick Stop fumbling behind that bu- Â¬ Ih reau and runafor a doctor Half There is a girl and I love to think dressed Husband Whats the matter on her and talk of her who conies in with you anyhow Baby has swal- Â¬ late when there is company who wears lowed your collar button How on a pretty little air of mingled responsi Â¬ earth do yon expect me to get ready to bility and anxiety with her youth go for a doctor without that coflar whom the others seem to depend on button1 Omaha World nnd look to for many comforts She 1y lnra Lot Her Heau is the girl who helps mother in her own Lpnc afflnenbciu ff 5I11 hud an fortiiislu or so home she is a blessed little saint and twlcea Wi Sunday Vf 19 to crieTe ere comforter She takes unfinished task3 wre Is OB lilonlrher recreant beau from the tired still fingers that falter Ana wj did he leave I at their work her strong young finger Why bo saw that LauraLaura a languish was delicatogirL subject tosick headaches ing is a stall upon which the gray haired nerves and uncertain tempers white faced mother leans and is rested Bcnsltiro and knowing What a life long trial is a fret-She helps her mother with the spring fill ttllklY Wifft kn 4rfinafAiifil Vila ntlnn sewing with the week s mending with tions to her cheerful healthy cousin Ellen Thn f rCL 1a thnf Tmrn Vinlh nnd a cheerful conversation and congenial strength are sapped by chronic weakness her sex companionship that some girls do not peculiar tothe use which Ellen averts and of Dr Pierces Favonto think worth while wasting on only avofcH hy Prescription This is tho only remedy for mother And when there conies a day womans peculiar weaknesses and ailments when she must bend as girls must of- Â¬ sold by drugsists under a positive guar antee from tEe manufacturers that it will ten bend over the old wornout body of gve satisfaction in every case or money will bo rciynied See guarantee on bottle mother lying unheedful in her coffin rough hands folded her long disquiet wrapper A nion kicker tbs JWJ per night opera merged in rest something very sweet inser will be mingled with her loss and the girl who helped mother will find a bene Â¬ In Ford en Count rir diction of peace upon her head and iu As wcH as in that of iu oripin Ho tetter Btomicli Bitters is n remedy of the utmost her heart In South America tho West The girl who works God bless her popularity Indies Guatcmalj Mexico nnd Australia is another girl whom I know She is It is a highly apprave preventive of ma- Â¬ remeJy for larial fevers and brave and active She is not too proud dyspepsia liver a preferred kidney and complaint to earn her own living or ashamed t bladder debility rheumatism and nervous Â¬ be caught at her daily task She ii ness It lias distanced competition hero and its constantly increasing studious and painstaking and patient and abroad to a limithss enlargement of it sales point She smiles at you from behind counter sphere cf bencficmia in many continent or desk There is a memory of her A cask of lony standiug my grandsewn into each silken gown Sho is fathers cXfiSc like a beautiful young mountaineer al- Â¬ A rlat Contradiction ready far up the hill aud the sight of Bomo one has told you that your catarrh her should be a fine inspiration for us Is incurable It is not so Dr Sases Ca- turrli Remedy will euro it- - It is pleasant all It is an honor to know this girl doos its work thor to be worthy of her regard Her hand to uso and it always to near oi a caso in oughly We havo yet may be stained with factory grease or which it did not accomplish a euro when a fully mei Catarrh printers ink but it is an honest hand faithdangerous to ncgloctis A d scasa whichÂ¬ certain reme it and a helping hand It stays misfor Â¬ dyisis nt your command Avail yourself of tune from many homes it is the one it bJfora tho complaint assumes a mora shield that protects many a forlorn lit- Â¬ serious form All druggists tle family from the alms house and asy- Â¬ Moves in tho best 3clety tho Catharine Cole lum JuurnaL Honnmix poisons and hereditary taint of THE WEAVER BIRDS children Sco tho July number of Demo rests Monthly Magazino for tho recent How Tlioy Ituilil Tlu ir IVajcilp nnd Yet astounding disclosures of scine of the Service lIe Jrntpoisonous effects of alcohol as found in 20 The true weaver birds are inhabÂ¬ wine bcor whiskey braudy etc PricoW address itants of Africa aud a tieir name in Â¬ cents Sold everywhere 11or St If Y th Jennings Demorest li dicates they make a not by weaving A one home concern trying to pick Away from civilization they use tough Maiden Who Help Her Mother and the Ono Who Helps Herself Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ m TWO GOOD GIRLS WHAT YOU cally nnd mentally experience a sense of fullness or bloating after eating or of pone ness or emptiness of 6tomach in the mora- Â¬ or bid tnsie in ine tongue coated bitter dizrines frequent mouth Jrrepular appetite blurred eyesijcht lloatlntr specks headaches before tho eyce nervous prostration or ex-Â¬ haustion irritability of temper hot flushes alternating with chilly sensations enarp bitlnir transient pains hero and there cold feet drowsiness after meals wakefulness or disturbed and unrefrcshing sleep constant wdescribublo fecBns of dread or of impend In calamity if you have all or any consldcrnblo number of theso symptoms you nre Buffering from that most common of American maladies Bilious Dyspepsia or Torpid Lh cr associated Tho more with Dyspepsia or Indigestion complicated your disease has become tho prcnter tho number and diversity of symp Â¬ toms No matter wlmt stae it has reached Dr Pierces Golden medical Bincovery will subduo it It taken according to direc Â¬ tions for a reasonable lencth of time IT not cured complications multiply and Consump Â¬ tion of the LunpSkin Ilisoascs Heart DUease Rheumatism Kidney Disease or other jrrovo maladies aro quite llablo to pet in and sooner or later Induce a fatal termination Dr iicrce Golden Mcdlcnl Dis- Â¬ covery acts powerfully upon th Liver and through that great Mood purlfyinir orjran cleanos tho system of all blood taints and im- Â¬ purities from whatever cause nrisinp It Is equally efficacious in acting1 upon tho Kid Â¬ neys nnd other excretory orfran cleansinfT strengthening and healing their diseases As an appetizing restorative tonic it promotes digestion and nutrition thereby bufldlBjr up both llcsh nnd strength In malarial districts tliis wonderful medicine has gained frrcat eelebfit v In curing Fever and Ague Chilla and Fever Dumb Ague and kindred diseases Do- - yon feci dull lunjruld low spirited lifeÂ¬ less and indcscrilably miserable both physi- Â¬ Dr licrce Goldcu ITIedlcnl Dl- - M faa--Fa- rtn from a common Blotch or Eruption to tho Fever sorts Salt rlieum worst Sorofula Scaly or Roush Skin in short all disease caused by bad blood are conquered by thi powenul puniying ami uivixursimK mra cino Groat Eatinir Ulcers rapidly heal under Especially lias iu benhra inlluenco- - curing Tetter it ruani Eczema ftwtod lta potpacr in KryglpeLis Rolls Carbuncles Sore Eyes Scrof- Â¬ ulous Sores nnd Swelliiurs Illp jolnt Dix nse Goitre or Thick Neck Whito Swellinsrs Send ten cents In and Enlarged Glands stamp for a laoro Treatise with colored plate on Skin Diseases or the same amouat for a Treatise on Scrofulous Affections Thoroughly clfanvs it liyusinji Drriercc nnd Golden Medical Discovery spirits pocd vital rtiiriMitinn a fnir skin buoyant will bo established strength and bodily health CURES ALL HUMORS FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE - Â¬ Â¬ But who art thou the mighty one of Iji tune of Heaven on this other throne bitter persecution I owned a house in Damascus a house on the wall A miiu who preached Christ was hounded from street to street and hid him from tho assassins and when I found them breaking in my house and 1 could no longer keep him safely I advised him to ilee for his life and a basket was let down over the Avail with the maltreated man in it and 1 An was one who helped hold the rope I said And he answered Is that all And while I was lost in That is all amazement I heard a strong voice that sounded as though it mlgh once have been hoarse from many exposures and triumphant as though it might havo belonged to one of the martyrs and it said Not many mighty no many noblo are called but God hith cho en the weak things of the world to confound the things which aro mighty and base things of the world aud thing which aro despised hath God chosen yea are which not to and things bring to naught things which arc that no flesh should glory in His presence And I lookod to sie from whence the voice came and lo it was tho very Through a window in oim who had said a basket was I let down by the wall 1 1 Â¬ their arrival Â¬ A HAZARDOUS BUSINESS Gospel from Pes 1 frfimg it 1 ft V a peWr fkjt Y Wt kuvr MtwhflP way uli iMU Mm ttk 9i fM rl 0 If b e water and father and mother quite old now are visiting the son at tho village parson age an at tho close of a Sabbath of mighty blessing father and mother rctiro to their room the son lighting the way aud asking them if he can do any thing to make them more comfortable savins if they want any thing in the night jtist wall on the to knock And then all alone father and mother talk over tho gracious influences say of the day and Well it was worth all we went through to educate that boy It was a hard pull but v e held on till the work was done The world may not know it but mother we held the rope didnt we And the voice tremulous with joyful emotion responds father we held the rope I feel my work is done Now Lord lettest thou thy servant depart in peace for mine eyes have seen thy salvation Pshaw I say3 the father I never felt so much like living in my life as now I want to see what that fellow is going on to do ho has begun so well Something occurs to me quite personal I was the youngest of a large family of children My parents were neither rich nor poor four ofthc sons wanted collegiate education and four obtained it but not without great home struggle Wc never heard the old people say once that they were denying themselves to effect this but I remember now that my parents always looked tired Idont tlifhk they ever got rested until they lay down in tha Somcrvillo Cemetery Jfothcr would sit dqtvn in tho say cvoniag nnd Well I dont knowiwhat makes me feel so tired Father wmld fall immedi ately to sleep seated bylfcecveningstand overcome with the days fatigues Ono of the four brothers after preaching the Gospel for about fifty years tutored upon his Heavenly rest Anotherjpf tho four Is now on the other side of tie earth a mis- Â¬ sionary of the cross Twe of us arc in this land in the holy ministryand I think all of us arc willing to acknowledge our obli gation to the old folks at home About twenty one years ago tW one and about twenty three years ago tho other put down tho burdens of tk life but tho sun noia tno rope Oh men and women here assembled you brag sometimes hdVybu have fought your way in the world bat I think there have been helpful influences that you have never fully acknowledged Has there not been some influence in year early or present home that the wofld cm not see Does there not reach to youfrbm among tho New England Hills orfrea Western prai- ric or from Southern plantation or from tngnsn or Scottish or Irish homo a cord of influence that has kept you right when you would have gone astray and which after you had made a creeked track recalled you Tho rope miy be as long as thirty years or five huafeed miles long or three thousnnd miles yfagt but hands that went out of mortaTsight long ago BtiH hold the rope You wst a very swift horse and you need to TsVcl him with sharpest spurs and to kfithe reins lie loose upon the neck and t rire a shout to the racer If you are goSf to ride out of reach of your mothers ttayers Why a hip crossing the JUlaahfr in six days cant sail away fro thttifA stltor finds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thelipsofthatyoungpreacher Some nt tlic Temptations In a Itrukern Lire From the start the boy entering n brokers office will be intrusted with larco sums of money to carry to th bank or to customers He may be in an office where bank bills and shining gold are within hii reach nil tho time and he will bo so c m pletely absorbed in the subject of stocks bonds and money lhat it will Ic some Â¬ what strange it he does not soon begn to look at the getting ot money as tho most important business of life And when ho is a little older and become clerk or cashier he will be exposed to the tempta tion to increase his income by stock gambling speculating as it is called on his own account Such ventures arc or courso very hazardous and on all accounts should bo shunned A broker requires great strength of character to resist the temptation to get wealthy by false methods and a boy should think long and well before he adopts the calling For the brokers business is at best unstable The work is done quickly in the midst or great excitement and ot h gh pressure as we say As money comes quickly and easily to the broker it is not so highly prized as ir it wore earned by the toil which produces a visible result and it usually goes as easily as It comes Brokers or course dcTcnd their own cccu cupation They will tell you that their services as agents in securing stocks and bonds are needed but they will not deny that stock brckeragc would cease to be a profitable business except to a very few firms if people were to stop spculatingin Of course there are many securities men iu this business who have risen to Â¬ Â¬ wealth and to eminence as financiers who would scorn to do a mean ordistionor ablo act All honor to such men because they must often have been sorely tempted to do wrong I would not ba unjust to this large class of men so mnny of whom have personal traits which we are bound to admire They arc open handed with their means Their word to ono another is as good as a bon L In Tact a large proportion of the business transacted upon tho exchange is done without written contract and depends solely upon the good faith of the members concerned Their promptness to respond on public appeals for aid or sympathy is proverbial Yet all this should have no Influence upon a boy who is deciding whether or no he shall be a broker Georji J Jfanton in St Xich tu One is struck by tho multitudes of pig- Â¬ eons in and about Moscow They arc held in great reverence by the common people Indeed and no Russian will harm them they are as sacred hero as monkeys in Benares or doves in Venice being consid- Â¬ ered emblems of the Holy Ghost and under protection of the church They wheel about in large blue flocks through the air so dense as to cast shadows like swift moving clouds between the sun and rizeons ia nnnla the earth alighting fearlessly where they choose to share the beggars crumbs or the bounty of the affluent It is a notable fact that this domestic bird was also considered sacred by tho old Scaudinavipns who believed tlwt for a certain period after death the soul of the deceased under such form was accustomed to come to eat and drink with as well as to watch the behavior of the mourners Dm AorL by JT JT Mallou m m Â¬ Thk power of manners is incessant an clement as unconcealable as fire Tho noÂ¬ bility can not in any country be disguiol aninO more in a republic of a democracy than in a kingdom No mas can rtiUt school himself to it before he will under- Â¬ take the uncongenial tak What an infrequent thing it is for one to coolly place himself outside of himself to see what manner of man he N For it is not a delusion that every man is a double in this respect Fer ons have little idea of what is going on in theni j selves because they do not courageous Â¬ ly look to see For this iva on they so often suddenly awake to their own true nature when betrayed into unantici Â¬ ADULTERATED LARD pated folly and it miry be even ciiine freineiulatiK 1rollU in tin- Maimfictiirr of They have been unconsciously educat Â¬ tli Impure Mixtureing themselves into sinful modes of They have a notion in France that an thought and lifo aud when the out innocent or perhaps ignorant purchaser burst comes they are startled and sur Â¬ is entitled to some protection and so prised beyond mea ure at the terrible all the shops where horse meat is sold development of self into what tbe pare compelled to place a hor cs head would deem a monter in another Is over the door as a warning ignal In thy servant a dog that he should do this the same line of policy is the Ameri Yes unfortunately in many can law which requires that mysteri Â¬ thing cases he is though indignant at tho in Â¬ ous compound oleomargarine to he timation marked and the Massehusetts Legisla Â¬ Now if one will rightly cultivate the ture will soon be called upon to take habit of talking to hinwlf he will he action upon the matter of lard adultera- Â¬ gin ut find himself out He will be at tion first considerably surprised at this new ilr John P Squire in giving a acquaintance of whom ho has heard a history of the increase iu tho adultera Â¬ good deal He will find that he has a tion of lard said that the business be Â¬ stranger within his gates Neither has gan in a very small way about six years he been entertaining an angel un Â¬ ago At that time the price of tallow awares He will acquire a great many was nearly as high as that of lard and fresh ideas about his new friend One there was no profit in adulteration but is often amazed upon thinking over a since that time the price of tallow has course of conversation with others steadily declined and adulteration of specially when the mind has been lard has been consequently increasing Vivid deeply aroused thoughts Mutton and beef tallow and cottonseed speeches and unsuspected fan Â¬ oil are used for the purpo e The ruling strange cies have spontaneously flashed out price for the tallow is cents a pound The oil is used from some hidden source They seem and for the oil 1J to have been the utterance of another to bring the adulterated mixture up It is vain to speculate whence they to the consistency of honest lard have come so unbidden and such odd The net cost for making the mix Â¬ strangers Hut this mysterious inner ture is 4j a pound or delivered self may he drawn out and made to re- Â¬ in Boston 5 cents The mess pork veal its spirit aud concealed life if ono corner of hist winter advanced the price will have a frank honest unforced of hogs and it is a fact that manufact Â¬ talk with himself now and then Take urers of pure lard have been losing o a pains to draw the other man out that tierce on the actual cost of material lies secreted in the cave of the soul for while hogs were higher the greases will find him a remained at the old prices and the you Sometimes mix- Â¬ he manufacturers of the adulterated very good fellow sometimes ture Hooded the country with their prod Â¬ will talk very strangely indeed sometimes you will he grievously uct and cheapened the price of lard everywhere Some of this mixture is shocked to hear what the creature will branded refined lard and while good utter He will let himself out if you cottonseed oil may not be injurious it only give him half a chance Hut you acid must talk to him and then listen has to be bleached with sulphuric for this purpose and the same is true intently to what he has to say Thus Â¬ you will take him off his guard Tho of the tallow If any of the acid reÂ¬ good minister might have talked to a mains in the mixture it must be danger yen-- sensible fellow But a goodly ous but whether it does or not the Â¬ number of us will be disgusted in hear- Â¬ compound is a swindle The manu facturers of it and there is only one ing very foolish persons talk back to prominent refiner in the country who us does not make it put a better quality What is there unreasonable in tho in the tierces There assertion that in order to find out your in the pails than if fiomo good lard in the pails but self truly you must talk with yourself It is for the little in the tierces as if j ou were another It is perfect of the packers to pre conformable to the nature of things If interest and the nex as is undisputed men reveal themselves vent adulteration will sec them uni meeting of Congress more fully in talking with others when something be done self is not noticing what self is saying ted in asking that it The effort to have a law why should self not discover self by about began with the taking notice and listening to self talk enacted in this State that the obnox Â¬ packers aud they ask But iu conversing with self it is aV made to carry the confidential so to speak and one mav ious compound be as oleomargarine label adulterated talk more freely and reveal ones self As an examplu of the profit is labeled more fully when no one else is by In- Â¬ make this mixture stead then of being a sign of insanity to the refiners who supposed that a tierce contains i becomes a token of sober wisdom let it be 150 pounds of it for one to hold conversation with the 800 pounds and that other 150 pounds Of the is pure lard hidden man within Happy are they of cottonseed and 75 of beef fat who talk often to themselves Jlev 75 are Reckoning the price of pure lard at 7 Dr i A E Taylor in Interior cents and of the adulterants at U cents it is seen that on 150 pounds the refin The Care of the Ear ers start out with a clear profit of S450 Under ordinary conditions the healthy over the man who puts up 300 pounds ear docs not need to be protected from qf honest lard The cottonseed oil cold only during extreme cold Or comes from the Southern States and Â¬ stormy or rainy weather ought cotton the supply of it is controlled by a corthat has a monopoly This wool to be inserted into childrens ears poration especially The same precaution must corporation pays cash to the planters be taken in the case of every ear pre for the oil ami m tnat way gets it so to stop oisposeu to innammation ah persons cheap thatawere the planters moment they would see think whose membranes are perforated ought and it is better for them to keep the seed to protect their ears with cotton wool that fertilizing purposes Adulterated The entrance of cold iluids into any ear for is worse than oleomargarine beÂ¬ lard must always be prevented and so whilo cause while the latter comes directly bathing or diving tho ear ought to be to the taste aud can be shunned the plugged Patient with perforations of former gets into a persons stomach the membrane should be very careful indirectly and before he knows it Of in this respect ns violent intlammatiou opurse the adulterated mixture is not so purposes as the may be caused by the entrance of cold good for cooking tried cottonseednine nil lard The bakere wter Medico ChirurqicalJourniU fried 5r nnd found that whatever lutttl ttid dry hi t iv heufi Japnnceo buckwheat is highly It became - which is Scrolnla or the Lung Is arrests and cured by thU remedy if taken in thaÂ¬ From its marearlier stages or th disease velous power over this terribly fatal diseaseÂ¬ when first offering this now world fiimed rem edy to tho public Dr Tierce thought seriously grasses for this purpose but gladly out tho winner of calling It his Consumption Cunr but Tun Fisn 15itk vigorously about this time abandoned that name a3 too restrictive foi seize on cotton or other twines when nor bite a medicine which from its wonderful eom lish bite given a large ball of cotton twine they and nowhere do liner tho numerous trout bination of tonic or strencthening alterative more cagerlv than in anti bihous pectoral and will not cease until the last inch has and gravling streams nnd crystal lakes of or nutritivo properties i uncqunlcd not onl is in as a remedy for Consumption but for all been woven into the nest The only Northern Michigan Mackinac Island para tho verv center of tho sportsmans specimen of this family inhabiting liso Soaritarc the finest fishing grounds CUroiilc Diseases of the North America is the llaltimorc oriole of Lake Huron nnd hard by are tho famous Ijs Chcneaux Islands some times called lire hang birds yet littlo known muskallongo meander where monster For Weak Euncs Splttinsr of Blood Fhort-n-sgolden robin etc This bird usually Kend for detailed information to Wm J of Breath Chrome Nusal Catarrh Bron Seinwerth Agent M C Toledo O chitis Asthini Severe Coutrhs and kindret attaches its nest to tho extreme ends of affections It Is an efficient remedy the branches of an elm tree the nest Sold by Druggists nt SE00 or Six Bottlct A stiooTiNO stor -- Dr Carver --Y T for S VO being six or eight inches deep and Cmmercitl 1ST Send tea cents In ttamps for Dr Tierce 1 shaped like a pocket or bag and is book on Consumption Address ate crccn cucumber Ilr ramie htm ouitf r Ick They built as firm as if made of bagging Worlds Dispensary Medical Association lSiit hu tiwk a lew relict V This member of the weaver bird family Thil curol htm right quick AneultriiUytle 6G3 Main St BUFFALO X V has alo adapted it elf to tho ways of Von never mil tlml mall Pellets Than Tierce civilization making its nest almost en r The Iurpuivc Mutf Small but precloui 25 couts rter viaL tirely of hemp cotton twine and other Wood-cleansin- s- CONSUMPTION Liver Blood and Lungs s -- Â¬ materials pulled from different fabrics is tho sjed or a avkut moment or occasionally using some horsehair year WhittSatl Times life There is no lining to the ne t except The Best Disinfectant remedy for skin what is compactly woon into the fal Sulphur Soap ric This nest will often sway hack irritations is ilcnns Hills llairand Whisker Dye oOc Tho best ward aud forward several feet in a Tnc msro a mUcr starves hlmsslf tho still breeze while the old bird is sitting more pnrscy he goU seldom fright on the eggs Birds are ened by noise or motion created by na IP a cough disturbs your sleep tak ture or animals except the two legged Plsos Cnro for Consumption and rest wolL biped which seems to be an enemy to A IUSGTSTIXG affair th snuff of a scanever thing beautiful in nature de dal stroying birds and plants out of pure wantonness Children should be tangh not to destroy birds nests then when they grow up they will know better than to shoot birds just for fun Waves Fiber and Fabric Â¬ TH ur UN3TRCUBIE CONQUERED SWAYNES WNEi VERMIFUGI I HEALTH SWAYNES Â¬ THE CHORE MEDICINE Â¬ AN ACE A HEATCOOQfOaa PURIFIES CHEERFUL 3BE 4USEJ SYPHILYTICJ SWAYNES BLOODi EXERCISE 0AIL1 PILLS Â¬ unUtM HMrV oORE5T0RER ENGLISH Walth am PATENT P - Nationality and Dress THE GREAT CURE FOR - 1 Mr W J Florence the actor ad Â¬ vances the following opinions regard Â¬ Take the ing nationality aud dress English gentleman who combines tho taste of the army and the club he is as finely dressed as any man whom you can find though he has an air of stiff ness that on will not note in the Ameri Â¬ can The Frenchman is liable to run into extra vaganccespeeially in the matter of head gear and the size and color of his necktie but he is always nicely gloved and booted In diplomatic or court cos- Â¬ tume the wearing of orders etc the After all Frenchmen excel I think the well dressed American gentleman stands in the front rank in the matter His clothes seem to fit him of attire easier than do those of the Englishman and he wears them more gracefully Of course 1 am speaking of the bon ton The American seems to combine tho excellences of many nationalities and has scarcely a fault of either EpocJi Any body can live happily with an eighth wife or a seventh wife for that matter Statistics show very few fail ures of perfect bli s with wives beyond the fifth It is with the first and second that most failures occur Baltimore Sun Dust Proof Watches were originally made for rail- Â¬ way menwhose service par- Â¬ ticularly required an abso- Â¬ lutely tight closing case They have given entire satisfaction and their reputa- Â¬ tion has spread so rapidly that they have become the standard Watches for Millers Far- Â¬ Miners Lumbermen mers Mechanics Engineers Travelers and others whose occupation requires a watch which is proof against dust and moisture Over 150000 Waltiiam Patent Dust Proof Cases are now factual use The Waltiiam were the first ITCHING PILES SYMPTOMS Moisture luleuso Itch sUncinir most at nlclit- Vorse br fccratchlnc Terr ilistresstni 1 f allowed to continue tumors form wlndi ooften bleed ami ulcerate becoming verv gore Cr SWAYSIiS i min btorltcklnKuiccmnrncaia ulceration ami in many it fir t fnmri TTiJ fiiriiu stumors JTtaaU Inc OlMJlhJI lll KJcectfl THE0LDESTJiEDICINESINUSL5DL0By0ruJGSJ5TS JONES PAYS the FREIGHT 5 Toa ricalen lru Iinlnainl rr Eiu tcttiIk Scilt f tit pri IU Btltlni ttlt prr aa4 m44rrt LcTtn Wason SKtl BcvlDtt Bora Boi SBO BIMUllAJttTOM r Â¬ FIKKVINn WATEKaaJLIGHTXINB PFOF kind ot City or Farm BI14I for Write for testtmonll from your State Addreaa POUTER ike KOiiriSu CO CUelaaatl 0Bt IRON ROOFING anj Eaarai5RlKWtiiri3WrtIrl CURES WHERE ALL the spectrum gave a glowing radiance Allic was watching a particularly brilliant sunset where all the colors of USE FAILS to the heavens STho stood still for a few minutes lost iu admiration and then with a burst of inspiration asked Oh mamma is that inlaid lightning Patent Dust Proof ones which com- Â¬ Best Cough Sjrup Tastes good Ure in time how oy nnurRista Cases manufactured and are f I the only Harpers Bazar THE MARKETS i i LIVESTOCK Cattle Commonll 3 Choice Uutchcrs HOGS Common Good Packers SHKEP Good to choice IjAMHS Good to choice Cincinnati July 50 15 4 OD 4 75 asa St 3 S ft Tt 5 4 CO pletely exclude dust and moisture from the movement Theyare Tar superior to all others claiming equal advantages P pay bounty pro CHCinMC Officers deaertera relieved CnOIUHd curcl i years practice succesorno lee vm A VT McCoii Jor circulars and new law HICK SON Cincinnati O Washington D C i CMI1P10M MY PRESSES wttk aVB rwr ftr Orrmtmn film a Inrr 4Mw FAXOCS MSCTACraUGCO 4H13CT IIXIIOH Marwatne Habit Cared la till rund to 9 ataya UTo OPIUM Br J - Stephen Ltkaaoa Dayton 3 FLOUK family GRAIN Wheat No 3 red No3 red Corn No2 mixed Oats Ko2 mixed HA Y Timothy No 1 TOHACCO Medium Lear Good Leaf J5y 4 K 3 10 a 70 3 75 ft 5 53 ft 4 00 5 15 Each genuine case is EDUCATIONAL No 2 ft 204ft ll 03 CO CO PROVISIONS Pork Mess Lard Prime Steam nUTTEK Choice dairy Choice to Fancy Creamery APPLES Prime per barrel POTATOES Per barrel New NEW YORK FLOUR State and Western GRAIN Wheat No 2 Chicago 6 8 15 03 ft 50 12 ft it 15 ft 13 2 00 ft 3 OJ 15 3 ft 2 TO 6 25 2 65 ft 0 ftll 50 ft 7 P5 ft 9 ftis 25 G 73 33 20 7t plainly marked with the name and trade mark of the American Waltiiam Watch Company III COMMERCIAL COLLEGE MIThorough and inexpensive So vacation Ohio here and earn A BUY TCI I BbKwnArni gd pT gliutloae AirnUned Write YALxknxKBoaJaceTllle rri -- lr Wla for sale jewelers by all first class jflBr MmIbibW raf COCKLES aH bMibbH NoSred Corn Oats mixed PORK New Mess LARD Western Steam CHICAGO No 2 mixed 15 ft 3 2 S3ft i StSft 815 ah ft 47 THE OKBAT ENGLISH BEMEDY 51 ft 40 For I4Tr BU Indlywtlon etc Tree from Mercury j 00 ftl5 V soataln only Fnr Vegetable Ingredient Aent ft 6 X CHAS X CatlTTESTilJC SEW TKS ft 72J C0ft C9S ft ss ft 25 00 O ftl5 6 52J4 TI3I Hlkt FLOUR Wisconsin winter GRAIN Wheat No 2 red No2 Chicago sprin Corn No 2 Oats No 2 PORK Mess LARD Steam 1 W 0J ft i 03 flFIKinMS For Mezlean War and Union Tev eranm MUX B STEVENS It CO I Waanlnctoo Cleveland Detroit and Cntcajo bUIUIIlCIUICll UUHG5C LEXINGTON KT Cheapest 1 Best B mines Ctlh m tte WorhJ nT atedal mr aatKeettac and WMiav Seaeral Baaiaea Eaaeaaea WIuj 1ltTaahMrnlTH an ain SuUeaery nUlUrra Y UHVEKM I irtr craniCloclwliac Tallin Wew Bf4vot H C 53 5 TO S8 A not DAY Samples worth J15 Write l rKE jjnei under the norten feet OyHlra BUirSIMBarrrt MUHOLDHCS rriilivrd Kmhrala W 72fif 1 BALTIMORE FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat No 2 Oats Mixed PORK Mes LARD Rctined CATTLE First quality HOGS Corn Mixed 3 fi3 Wft 33 ft 3 81 45tf for young rntrrtalntnr Uiatt try It-- THK aUtrLOWIK TarmaUfert lefor lata THE BEAT rAPKK and old Injtrnrtire 1142 A N K E KHEX WRITING Te ABVERTIEK PLEABB atate that yea saw the AdterUaeaaeat Is tha 41ift 15 OJ I V GOO INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN Wheat No2 red Corn Mixed Oats Mixed ft 35 ftl7 00 ft ft Of ft 7J 25 ft 73 ft 3GH ft ft 274 ft 3 03 75 ft 44 Si ft 03 Sl7 t 13 75 99 For a woman to say she does hot use Procter Gambles Lenox Soap is to admit she is behind the times Nobody uses ordinary soap now they can jget Lenox 7y LOUISVILLE FLOUR A No 1 GRAIN Wheat No 2 red uteiuuiemUd m ft bout jplah bAHDSt9iiHiliiiiHi Oat Mixed PORK Meal Corn Mixed IM I i M i ai 2- - - -- i s N - -- Sl-r -- At hivJt- - V t t N iZSi7ttiZii4 SfS g ei8g2Z m -- u 5- ra noceaajuu --i -- - i a car stovfe is to be card in this weeks CoukieiJ Hud banished by Taw from the railroads true if Oliver will voto for James li we hope everysays democrat will of New tYork State The Governor a read it lie v- - teck first Instead all Uit time icnuou tne Moscow ITormtr it l cuvu me kii uiie uav las vceiio um convention jblt tjic art does not tak effect uu nils my Xulcs for sale frionds thatl would accept a nom until next May The law iniposes By Platjt linos Co ination if tendered me I feel iu a fine of 1000 on any railroad honor bonHd to abide by the de-Â¬ company whoe line exceeds fifty The Louisville- Imposition cision there rendered X3 This has miles iu length which shall heat opens Atigtist 271U and eoutinuos tho true ring of an honorable its passenger oar on other than Until oct 22ntl man and is just the answer those mixed trains by any -- tove or fur- Â¬ r Three new cases of yellow fe- Â¬ who knew him best predicted nace kept inside Ihe car and a when tho report was afloat that further penalty of 100 a day for ver and three deatlid are reported he was an independent candidate each dap such violation of the law from Key West J71a I If the two thirds rain imd pre shall confine Tlfo continued rains tliro ugh vailed at Moscow it was reason TWO DOCTORS FAILED out this section have been ruinous ably certain that he would have to hay crops and uamaaujir to buen tho nominee and those who Mr B KOreenless Randall AND COLORED favored that rule must have their Ark writes VI certify with pleaswheat in the shock pride strengthened over his man Â¬ ure to the was ly position Ho is a gentleman nf prescription following facts No glorious Tho 4th oer effected more grandly celebrated throughout the ability and culture and would re than a temporary suppression of country Hickman was content flect credit upon his people in any tne ciuiis on 1113 sell I was -TCJP 7 TV- told with a tew guns1 sky rockets e representative capacity CC2- L JJuVto try your Hughes Tonic I con cluded to give it a trial after two iT meeting yesAnother railroad TlJOlr ItiisSnrss nonminsr terday evenidg Our1 people are Probably no one ihin Ins caused such a doctors bad failed to stop tho itssffds el iiizaa asJ fcstf getting warmed up to some real general revival ot trade among all Drug chills One bottle made a comgists as their gHing an ay to their plete cure Prepared by B A interest in this work cusoiuors of so many free trial bittl Robinsou Co wholesale drug of Dr General Buctcner and Col sumptionKings New Discovery for Con gists Louisville Ky Sold at reTheir trade ia iJiply enor Gov- Â¬ Bradley the andidutes fai AT GREATLY moiiN in this very valuable article from the tail by druggists generally ernor will meet at 15 joint ap- fact tJiat t always cures aad never Jacob Sharp continues in a low pointments We regret they do Coughs Culds Asthma Uron state of street JZPiSta not speak at Uicktnau or in this chiis Croup ami nil throat and lungdis jail Xowhealth at Ludlow to his York and owing cases quickly cured You can test it portion of tho State before buying by celling a trial bottle free advanced age and the disgiace Do vine is putting up a lre size SI Every bottle warranted attendant upon his recent trial and A conviction it is doubted if he first class restaurant for colored tor sale by nil Druggists will live until sentence is passed peoploou JacUson street atthe ni Tun railroad rates from Charleston to upon him July 13 His wife reParis Plummer old stand It is St LoUis on is 1 TvMffl fc neatly and conveniently arranged dred or 1 centsgrainbushel i cents per hun fuses to leave his side aird faith H Consequent ly per fully watches over him in his ill Meals at all hours f a farmer in Fulton countrKy can make a sea g a lj cents jer piihhel more on wheat than if ness and imprisonment Married at Kewbcru at the he lived in Mississippi county many miles SYRUP OFFIGS residence of the brides mother nearer the St Louis market Charleston IX MEMORIAL 5allo iJircssi Court Manufactured only by tho CaliforMrs Jane Fuller Thursday morn- Â¬ Enterprise Presented in sympathy and love to Mr L T Heil aud Y J ISeid onTetitioa ex pirte ing June 30 1S87 Miss Flora This is true but 90 per cent of nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco and ilri A M DeUow ou the death of Cab To De it known Fuller to Mr Whit T Wilson of our wheat goes to Nashville and ative is ItNatures Own truetuLax their hill infant Kujjhtir liele Fortune that all ichm it may concern July 1SS7 the on tie 1st dnj of is tho most easily ken aged two mouths and one wtxk bright Southern markets instead of St Hickman Ivy We wish the happy above stylrd pelitionerb filed in the Cir-Â¬ and the most pleasantly effective beautiful abd promising tho old time cuit Clorkis olhce of this county tl eir couple a long and prosperous life Louis as in most needs is to What remedy known to cleanse the sys 1 cloy help hll uitUiu tuyanns Charleston petition pmjing that the said 13 J UtTi1 to bo adjuJed a feme sole with power to Never uad out so rich autl pur Young man if you want a Hickman m the enterprise now or tem when bilious or costive feand Kngid m care use enjoyj sell utid convey for hur own neat fitting durable Shoe go to ganized to build the Ilickman and dispel toheadaches colds constipabenefit anj property she may own or acvers cure Tm my own my iirveioMrt Buchauaus and got a pair of tho Iron Mountain railroad connec- - tion indigestion habitual For sale in Otxiimve It im quire free rout the claim or claims of her elcs Ivms wine ubl coaU enufbrit Silver King Shoes tho best and tion and give the corn and wheat 0 cents husband to make oouliacts sue and be bo tenderly and 6100 bottles by T growers direct access to these Sued to pleud and be impleaded to ac cheapest Shoo iu Hickman Cut tit hutr coe on 4 Co druggists Clinton Southern markets quire to bold to enjoy to dUpose of i t take faprlj T ICn street Ilickman Ky nroperty and iu every way to use the I uiuuut h it g I ertd j hvart ai urcly btw cAcie us though the were an unmarried A western paper supplicates lirace rp TOUGH LUCK woman Jlreu under my hand as Clerk Nsy bo the Matter omm fcrlt Tell mo yo angelic You nre teclinp depreMcdjyonr appetite Ihusly T ltar thaw Fulton Circuit Court this tho 1st day of inn with Headacite KniM Cit ToiltrJ His vfnl dmdewi hosts ye messengers of love shall is poor you arc bothered July lSc 7 Me coiue in lo and geuerslly swindled printers here below have iouare filgoty unervon brace up Brace Brother Sherman ishaving a run T JI FRENCH and mt to of But iU tor itia mj tmaw Cfork Fulton Circuit Court no redress above V The angels out butsorts with stimulants vpring medi- of tough luck It appears that lj jewel raro up not flopped their wings and said uTo cines or hitlers which hive for their basi he cannot control tho county fJlS Ill d rljr Mrard KBdhoi H lro A rj fur you a hope is given deiiiujuents vexy cheap bal whisky auJ which btiifiu conventions of his own State and If tiu kpt ihscn heaiM on a printers book1 can never late j ou for an hour and then Ie ive ou tho gentleman who is doing the It mv hr By virtue of execution No S328 diin wor e condition than before Whit you dog watch for Brother Blaine in Tlic Ibrrlt4ld of mjlMMeao tfcbf enter heaven1 rected to tno whuh ids lied from the llu ifver crujwit want is an alterative that will purify your Ohio is ablo to cable progress to Clerks office of he Hancock Circuit and Vnd brn tb brrtV rkh tNeMn U Mr Pat Cusick tho well blood sl srt liealibv action of Liver civju his chief The reports from Ohio Court in favor ot C J Stetett against Tlw hert illb Kidnpj restore niir vitality known tinner has opened a lob renewed health and strength and Abel Johnson I or one of my Deputies Ynr Jewel will be Such a aresaid to be more beneficial to lit ui unebmnging lot will on Monday the 11th d ty of July Shop up stairs over Witlings medicine 3 oil will find in Electric Bitters Brother Blaines dyspepsia than 1SS7 between the hours of 10 oclock a Ti Macter miit tbaae wnl ad faaad grocery and is prepared to do and onh 50 cents a bottle at all Druc- - acid phosphates and Foda mint Uti pityms l k ro and 3 ocock p m at the ooart house gns MTiite ta I ltH quirt all kinds of repairing roofing tablets dor in iliekmau Fulton eounly Ky ex guttering c Give him a call pose to public sale to ike highest bidder Cl4 i Dirhcwtlathat day I MU or leave orders at Witlings gto- - Judge Kkllei stive the ne STAXDIFORDS MARRHAG B lie following property or so much there t TV f us roty b necessary to satisfy plain catkat Utm hrlfhtwt few An ml groes of the South are fully pro eery Faducaii Julv 4 Th jusji Wa5 aaftHt teat tiffs debt interest and eosH to wit tected in theii political rights has not Seathwesl quarter of section 11 town Yr i Slaatar Uio wayaat feef y own Tho Prohibitionists propose mere is no issue to bring ttie col public announcementThursday been fcnown that on next Dr For it U liiw ship riape 0 ues t known as the II im holding a convention at Clinton O ou voter to the polls to contend Si in tbe keoaa wt u with bnadl by pond firm leried upon as the prop- Â¬ E D Stamliford of Louisville Tb tbtoa od huim to morrow Saturday to nomi against their white neighbors and erty of Abel Johnson TtRH hato a candidate for the Legislat- fellow citizens The Republicans v ill wed Miss Lorcna Scott title will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved so ure against the Democratic nomi- may accuse them of ingratitude daughter of Mr George A Scott MADKIDBEND eurity required bearinc interest at the nee Mr Oliver the Democratic but ingratitude in politics is the one of our prominent business men rale of eix per eent per annum from day A short while ago during one of Uist Xo 1 1 Ky School nouss nominee proposes to subtnit any independence of the citizen In of sale aud having the forco and elTect of Ftilton li Ky Juno 25 lsi7 J law desiredtto a vote of the peo- raising an issue over a free vote Dr btandifords visits here he This Mav SI ISciT a sale bond V Hek ple What more do the Prohibi and a fair count in afhe South met at a public gathering Miss In pursuance of a call by Vf A SHUCK Sbff F Co he clliwd tionists propose I Do they pro the IvOiinblicnir orismanf flip Scott The acquaintance thus hatn thairtnaiimaof thU dininct for the intr- - fJune 5 cxiiiveniion hheohiIimI iu posa to have a law passed without orth are merelv ughtitiit phan formed ripened into love and tho Miteotiiig to Notice lwntrcosMniiissaiissCourt Hubinitting it to a vote ot thepeo- - tom 0f their own creatipu If marriage announcement was the ludof stsieciiou 01diptte a tmwiauve wr Icp WS 111 me Itiltim Circuit pie uud it so wont their nominee they will look to the purity and result ativc iu he convention to be tielil j J L Soliner resen i at Motcivr Ky July 2nd lSSi ion iiopeopie wnat Kinu 01 aiafreetiom of tbu baiot at l0lne Miss Scott does full credit to electini convention orpauizwd t e proposes to have so enacted i other people can be safelyleft to her natve State famous for beau Â¬ J Ihe Hawkins chaifuiaimuul by F Hiw G J Bulintf t Order ol reltrcnce il N and Chairuian kiur Ilickman buyers are Still pay themselves tiful women She is beautiful suitedpecretaty Aftertho eoutintion had OJrolnijferAariH Hie e the objt of ing 07 cents for good dry wheat cultured vivacious and pose se5 a iollorting rceuluiioi8 ere uiiauiuiuiiHly illioltitcerel Deft I but there is not much of it com THE DELIGHTFUL LIQUID spirit that will make her a ruling rdopied Notia is hereby given to the creditors LAXATIVE ing to market ilost of tho lots queen in social circles She is Rttolitd That we reiHij in i over of Hai net thinner and 11 M Bolinger ottered the past few dsiys have Syrup of Figs is a most agree Â¬ twentv four vears old aid is one Clevcam n stxaneh and true UeuiotftiC that the nmlerni nel Cammissioner of the Thai we most heartily applaud tho un Puliou Oircuii Oourt under an order in been damp and damaged and the able and valuable family remedy I 111 the re he oau jiriceson it are so uncertain that as it is easily taken by old and ui i auuvan s musi pupiuui umiea flinching courageeilgesImof dUpIttved in liw the above ntylwioffice iawill attend atKy Ilickman t e arty in fkemiug liie p Couny Clerks it is useless to make quotations young and is prompt and effect adhvreiiee to ihe tivil service policy in from the date hereof until the second Y M C A from the It is teareu that a larye percent- - i e iu ciiriujr Habitual Constinu- - The Young Mens Christian As uxvticliiiK he tmblic ldtidi monopolies LMoodav in August lb to receive and and ijo of the remaining erop in this tion and the many ills depending sociation w ill meet in the Methodist clutclc of railroad army otheroffice holder ienr nroof of claimn avaiiiRt said deTumlto of in cmuillig the nnt1 niid that aU claims not presented vicinity is tans more or Icsf diitn- - on a weak or inactive condition ot cliureh Sunday afternoon at L and clerks n the vantus deparUnenta oft Jjtji and proven a required biw ivnhui nged Apples hold up at iromthe Knlnovs Liver an i i tre irovrruinent end for t be manly firm- - tte time specified above will oe torever cAveli ocly n uleV 150 to 2 It acts reiitly streiiRthe the or- lie with wliKh he hasgtiardeil the mbiic barred This June Mh 1SS7 tiujcci tor discussion ii yo treasury uy veioinp Die impendent i en W P TAYLOR ou which it acts and awak The incorpoiators of the Hick gains theuf to a heal thy activity lovo me keep my command- - si on Kill and approiuialions fir private Master Coiiimisioiicr V C C ens onn MV 0 ments I tint wu Yniau and Iron Mountain raihoad For sale by T T Swnyno persons and local caUimiiies i 0 1 T Cassotty bt Keve hm to be the man in s eaiine tly Leader THE company met Monday night last druggists Clinton street Ilieli ntiel to lead the Democratic hewts in IS s Y T NYilson Secy electing Mr Henry Iiiichanan man Ky Jletooletil That wc beieve the eeeivc ehairman and Mr It S Munell M Kreatet ue EXDICOTTS GOS1 ESSlOX men of inlocicatiiie driuka is the ihe peace ij JUiUUDLIJ searetary The meeting resolved iee to our free institutions to perfect tho organization of the Duncan F Keener a promi Wnshiiigtoti July 3 Special and tranquility of our government and company mised money sullieient nent citizen of New Orleans is The Lounger on the Avenue the morals of our citizen and that vrc total to complete the incorporation and t dead Mr lvttiner was widely furnishes the following informa believe the only remedy U die and pale One Year of the manufacture tf further resolved to have a prelim- Â¬ known throughout the South tion ininxioaitiH in every Hhipe manner and inary survey made secure right where he took a leading part in Fromtho very best information form and hereby express our contempt 6 Montlis of way and such other steps as politics lie was sent to Europe nfiiLiln t1inin cnnrnti i r IkA 11 r for tint f pecies of eitnieutalistn that might appear necessary to secure ns a snocial Commissioner or tlioT reiaiu whisky for its revenue at lo l aecroiarv 01 war fcees the espensouf public morals Confederate States bv President the buildiug ofsaid road offer the President his resg The convention then proceeded to the Davis during the late war Since ation last week But t70 per- - business of peltctiu- a delegate and on BEpTffltlHEiipEgTpjpii The marriage of Dr E- - D Liin ik - iir- iiin u i 111111 ntuiiiiuuiiii 111 sons really Knew tno details or motion U F Beckham ws unanimously Standiford of Louisville and Miss agricultural and turf circles tho circumstance the President i chopen as a delegate to the Moscow con- Published Lorcna Scott 01 rauueah on lco7 and his Secretary of War Possi- - ention lo be held July 2iiu tbnt our dele Thursday is announced In Padu On motion it was ordered WILL S MAYS Editor cali papers Thobrido is one of ABKA2sSA7 nEARD FE03L bly a third might be included Pri gate be rent uniuatructed There being no further business the the most popular belles of West Â¬ Gaylord druggists vate 1 Secretary i Lamont The Hale I 111 T i convention adjourned tine die UL UU Contains tho news oftho world ern Kentucky a great favorite ArL-- Vnv onlSSrt vrvhol J N HAWKINS Chn the resignation but mther than up to dato of publication Bead Â¬ with acquaintances in lliclrman Mossrs J C Mendenliall II F Hawkins aecy ing Matter interesting and in- Â¬ whereslie has paid frequent vis Co Iftansville Ind Gontlomcn inS J MUV s MILES NOT A CANDIDATE structive to every homo contri- Â¬ its to her relatives Mr and Mrs The VrttVin Chill Cure s ivin cb WIV1U8IS1 on VOUllll nmc R E Millet The groom Drihnttnr BntiRfition than anv butions to Muaic Song Art fcvnr Lin aaw to a prominent Kpmg out Editor Ilickman Coiirir vw Bostonian Standiford is well known through and ague medicine we handle Science Agriculture and Com Â¬ at present not unconnected with In vice of the fact that a report is being merce and out the country being now a We sell under a positive guaran- Â¬ prominent caudidato for United tee and have never had s bottle the litigation now going on which circulated in the counties I of Hickman and a much Fulton to the efieci tbnt am n candidate SUUftSenatorand asv aqapitaUl returned and have noyerJicard involvesof very valuable and would for a seat in the next General Assembly cm Reliable Market Reports patent that ho talked the Prohibition ticket I deem it but jai isi uiasscu uuiung inc iiiiiiiuiiauus of a single case where it railed to never have taken the position of tice to myself to make this public denial give satisfaction Sold and war- Â¬ Iu the Utah Constitutional ConSecretary of War had he the least I am not a candidate nor will 1 ever be SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE vention Tuesday sections were re- ranted bv J W Oowgill conception of its vexations and except as the legitimate offspring of the pjrty with wjiich I afliliite and while I ported that bigamy and polygamy annoyances I know nothing am personally in favor of temperance yet being considered incompatible military matters about said the I look upon it as a puroly social question Make Your Homes Happy with a republican form of govern- Â¬ Tim fnllmvino nTfranf fro finv J descendant of tho old Puritan and one that should be settled outside of ment shall bo forbidden and de- Â¬ Knotts recent0 address on Ken- - Governor with some bitterness party politi s The welfare of the DemoPremium Sample Copies clared misdemeanors with appro- Â¬ tuclcy supplies a briefiand correct ami i appear to navo niaue cratic party demands that it should not List mailed freotoand address any priate penalties attached These statement of the states iluancia1 nothing but mistakes the greatest becoae a disturbing element within is Agents wanted everywhere sections have been agreed to in of which watf coming here Look lineswish further to state that having atI Address condition caucus and it is believed will bo this Hag business When it was tended the Moscow convention with the Our state debt proper is smaller at adopted the Mormon leaders mentioned to me I thought it uuderstindiiig among my friends that I Ipuisviile ommercjal thinking that they will prove a than that of any state in the Union would bo a good thing to do would acept a nomination if tendered me Louisville Ky settlement of their vexatious prob- Â¬ except seven amounting to 674 But see what became of it I I feel in honor bound to abide by the deÂ¬ 000 t an aggregate interest of have followed the best advice at- Â¬ cision there reiueredCIIAS X MILCS lem 30640 a year or a fraction over tainable but do what I may I Jordan Ky July 5 1837 fti2llBa33iid5ihl N aSI 1S sIn Central and Easterrf Ken- half a cent on each 100 bf our am only blamed and censured on m fcSLl B W K4 sw tucky the democrats appear to be property at its present Come Come Come Come ou all sideh This of course is reduced rate thoroughly aroused to the effort of assessment To meet this debt not a literal transerint of tho Sec evervbodv and see the beautiful KJ f Kttr TnrfTTCirj to give Buckuer 50000 majority retarys statement but what display of hats and bonnets laces In th9 processions and barbe- Â¬ which in nine yearswill be re- Â¬ ho said to his frioud inabout lit of fentherR and flowers now ou dis h ssfyMftftM TIj xpnence Hundred Speakings his k if vS ffM3LBi than for pMent ia Ono 530000there are disgutit cues are of ddily occurrence duced to 3 play at the Millinery Bazaar All Kl h rJl Thort scd BTOllcntioni 1 arcira conn ami fii ia Noue of the appointments include assets in our sinking fund now beautiful who have an eye for tho trie the pnblahers ot tno scietmno Am ricnn continue to act as solicitors auy of the Western Kentucky amounting to 711846 copr ia lor patents cn eat will find the rich and varied as- Â¬ A PLAYED OUT ISSUE nfit in fortboUnit d htatrana Gibralterh counties and yet to dazzle and t obtain patents sic Canada LngUnd Trance sortment a feast Kcw York Evening Petit conntnM Tnelreipen democrats would like to be iu at enca i iinetsualed and At the Tammany Hall cele- Â¬ Iii 6hort it is already evident daze their eyes where fancy shape Germany and all other their facilities aro ucsur- glorification beautifully the prawlnrsTtnii eciflcationi prepared tnd file4 bration Subset Cox said tfiat if that the battle flag is played out and color aro all so ehort notice Terms rerr blended as to make and mark it in tho lntent OlSceon by elimination of modeU o charso for reasonable The United States Consul at FoiiAKEE of Ohio had lived in So far from keeping over into 18- - nerfect So come and gather to or drawing Adnce mall free Patents obtmneil through MrnnCo arenotieea Falmouth England is named How- Â¬ the days when a babe was born in 8S it is already spoihng on the IntnefaClEVririCA3IKUICA which has yourself some of all this beauty the larcsst circalatlon and i th- - most lnilaentist ard Fox and since the days of Bethlehem he would have sent on hands of its owners Fairchild that others may sec the good it newsMjicr of its kmd pnblihed in the a Thf advantages of each a nowco eTery iatonte Washingtons Presidency a mem- Â¬ to Jeursalem for an order has only succeeded iu getting him This laree and nlerdldV lllnstrated newspariet ber of bis family and of the same enjoining the heavenly hosts from solf laughed at as a man who does does and profit theroby If pnbhed AVKKlCliY at X00 year and U Uespoctfullj admitted to be tho best paper dotoled to science iiarae as his own bas held it The singing Peace 6r iartb Good not succeed as a paralyzer Fora eusinoenng works ana mochanirs lnTntlOI Mrs Jones pul revenue of the position is about other departments cf indnstnal prosre ker and Tuttlo aro pelted with luaed in any country It contain the names or win lowaru Men and won Id iimc of Give 11a o root i m wl ercry invention patented 200 annnallypbut the Pox family A full line of Sobby Straw til patentees and title of tnocuhs for one dollar ry it Icur erh week newsdealers aniusi i irt would give it up nuder no consid- Â¬ have preyed tor Hats for Men and Boys in great BoMliy allhire o mtentioT t patent vmte t If yon eration the honor being sufficient compelling them to sirfe Hate on recognized the folly oftrying to variety at Mnnn A Ca tublihers uf Seientidc AEitnca Buchanans e Vork Ski llroadway t iiarth Lll wM TowardOIeii teMpenaation to theni Jiendbaci Svut ltasjmodfcJ j Keep up mu iuubuL jam j LOCAL NEWS ur Umrho rrrirTTiinfi iriitfiiMMmr srAfca4nS Allies hniilisiies a The deadly Uk li r -- ffl h I i- -- 1 g Â¬ - IS i TOR READ CAREFULLY MM 200 Pair taJJci and OMWrena Hose tt 5c per pair Colored Tabic Damast at t0c per yard Uress Giiiplaa3rc4iuceJrom 10c and 12c lo S Nuna VeiliaR at 16c reduced from 25c Colored and Creita EmbrpiderjrreduMd from 75c to 50c Swiss Jsmoroiderics at extremely low prices IVhite India Linen at oc Linen atS 1 8c worth V2c Cream India Full line While Check and fluid India Linen greatly rcduccfl Mnr eillca Quilts it 7oc w orth SI Good nssortnicut Towels and Nankins rnrasols at Cost Bittiste at 10c reduced uom loc Kvcrylhinp reduced Mens Voutha and Boys Clothing Big Varioly e uuc me oest hlting Uarnents in the tdwn prices ik iimsm Â¬ trOuBS Â¬ WHITE auuurg v - Â¬ SMBBOIDSESD - i i SUITS XX- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ORIENTAL LACES SS iJ T f- 2JSiTIffi b - Mm IS at rcducbd M iDrcr 1MI teJD feiarS Ea ess rnata 11 kr m Â¬ ilisap-point- s- irlediicea PIT JtPi3 xk Bmoss See our Lidioa Shoe forSI Our Cocroro Shoe for Ladies al S2 CO tou cant hpttt it for S350 iverv n lir narrntilPil n rloior Our Prnin KM lVIn vnil hare tried one pairyou will viar none other NOW FGU MENS GGOU3 We carry our Mr Plants 3 Shoo ns cood a yoa wilb uhu it co ij iau ine uivi iieuuerifoBs ii auoc sun hold on to llic ceie h Douglas S3 Shoo lhee goods all warranted brated Good line of Gents Furnishing Goods clieup enough to satisfy you S VHH anu scu uaanu pet our prices to conipvre nionp Willi other housed when you have Ijclii lilogisand you will be convinced ihut 1laut Bros Co is the place te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SI y leave your c3h V PiUT BEOS We talk through the Ilickman Count ci when we know the factb warrant the assertion that we are prepared thereby to benefit our cus Â¬ tomers as well as ourselves legiti- Â¬ mately Having recently pur- Â¬ chased the stock of 8s CO Â¬ Â¬ xDTxjo-o-XrSrrs- i DEALERS Â¬ IN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j DRUGS MEDICIKES BOOeS STATIONERY and Ssliool Supplies Fancy GOODS TOYS and riCTtJKESj SUNDRIES PAINTS OILS WI2JE3 and LIQUOKS for Medical TSvae Hardware man ue AGEKTSlOE THE fiom the assignee of C B King and also the stock of Domestic Sswing Macliine LaprS 1587 Â¬ -- Saddlery and Harness of the late firm of Plummer Fans we know that we ll Â¬ m BOUGETATPJICES that justifies us in selling these goods at a bargain and are deter- Â¬ mined to do so All we ask is for per ons to call and lost the facts We retain the services of that hon est and faithful saddler and liar ness maker -- DEALER IN- - V SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS Â¬ 1 Â¬ Bi Â¬ Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Uxcle Soii Eatiis Â¬ 11 1 who will have charge of the me A full huply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand chanical department Saddles and llarness made to Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock order and repairing solicited Our will bepT cranny procured ibr you by leaving your order new liouo is one door below our present well known Newspapers Periodical Magazines Stationery c Books 3EazossLEsjSL3aj - - kYj I Â¬ 1 Grocery House THE OLD RELIABLE -- Â¬ in the Hose building Clinton street CHAS A HOLGOMBE DAiir MEDICINES tl Ilickman Kv Â¬ MUSE junel7 SHAW DRUGS FAINTS CAREFULLY ill DMUFR COIPOUNDED K irti i EST- - TPvrSCPTl6lNS C j WEEKL- H BUCHANAN Prcst HOW RESTORED v edition f Culver the cni 1NIJ tlIK VlrlirtltCtls ui Weonlnes raiical lune Inv rrn ami ia or Ilij Ijn HOW LOST n BALTZEK V Presl L ALEXANDER CusJi mmm Â¬ 11111 Ju t puliliilixl i lr 1 Â¬ Ik lovstivn aj iiuii Mlf i orivcT MtntlHud tarj Mtiiinil UsImp tliuionts to JIarriape i il I tic i purl t TiON 1 HICKMAM ISWJ3IMA3T Jo 14 ML iiLd 40c 1 - xl nrnnt - l radical curtd ioiiitin out a mode abui iu of turf nt once simple certain end effectual by meoiis of whicli every nufterer no matter what Ins oouditicu m lie miy curs himself cheaply pri vatelv and rhcally KTU lecture should le In the liauds of every youth and every man iu the Und Sent tinder 4ral In a plain envelope tn any ad dres pot iiJ on rtceipt of fouf tests or two po The celebrate niithnr in thi dnnriblst fii from n clrlj dimoiiBtratic nlirnillif thirty gears encc self the practice coiiBeineiices if ice of hriitrY eiial Ill ritraVAarice aud etc Induced Lj- r Iilt 850600 tlu 1 CAPITKL f JF 41 IySniiiplc plication junelly ruivrisvKii xrnirixHox iii k fctNew York Itxt Office Vim tazestviii s dlresJ Bcina rcguarIyorganizcl and ready for busincp5 we respect ftillj policit the patronagS of all AH cclllectiona made for depositor free of chaige ApproTed paper running three or foiir months discounted at the rate of per cHit per anhuJii 4J0 r trial sent free on npi HBUCHANAN DIHECTORSJ G B - nClo fc -- 111 1 TURELKElD W Â¬ njSr lLlZ W COWGILL C JOHNSON CBALTZER J V ALEXANDER RMALEXANDER - 3tlstrny IVoifcc Taken up ns a stray by F B Atteber ry living lj miles northeast of Jordan Station and half railo eat of Jordan and Cayce road Fulton county Ky the 11th day of April 1887 ono sorrel pony marc branded on the left shoulder and left hip with J L white feet and white iu the face and scar of fistula ou right uither and white apot on belly at girth sup- Â¬ posed to be 8 years old and valncd by me nt 30 Given under ray haud this th 22nd dav of April 18S7 J F MENUES J P F C f T M PBEETOH HI 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Fire Life rjunal7 nuiu Office be and accident Â¬ Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States at court no use c And get your Blacksmithiug afid general Â¬ LOWER Â¬ fSW vS 3e5l trade-in-r- md LOWER All kindsof Groceries hams sides 1 will no as cheap M tno cheapest undersold JOHN WITTiNQ Ivepairiiig cone al TOI3 WORK IWJS BLACKSMITHING J B L ATTUS AND J S GrRAYS Sttt HICZJIAN Comer of Olion and Exchange - - liiiimEnt The most wonderful Ialn Curor tlio world has over Icuown Your money will Lo returned WAGON REPAIR SHOP jXICKJilAtr AT AH hiadi of Farm Machinery Tlows c repaired du 6hort notice and Wagons in vorkffljwlike manner 3rNie VTagon3 c saade to order rfeblfctl cotto Good Work atRock boitom Prices K My r351tli mar2G i a specialty Wf JOHN F GRAY CHlOCULAS I tf WlbjPtUXMES PLUMMER -- DOUGLAS BEADY FO - ARE NOW ALt -- as represented if not found SHIPMENTS OR CONSrBRMENf S 2cklvaM vrHica Snl- may be ofierw ThrfBt Salve in the world for Cuts of Country Prodnce that AVe also make r Dicers Salt Rheum Fever for lihipiaW oi sfordge BruiscJBofs Sore3t Tetter Chspped Hands Chilblains - iiiiBf - Children Cry for Pitchors Castoria -- tw Corns iwikall 8km Eruption and pnsT tivelycttfis Piles or no pay required It c kepf to give perfect satisfaction I a specialty Hayt Corn Oats is guantn money ifnded Price 2o ceais per bo l coastRBtiy i or saie or Buijs For sale kf K Druggists - r FEED STOSE7 J c J tl VA FZ -- o sw H J ir si il -- t V LV r xi t jvfclj rJi 3 - i3T f v ai r- v- e T v fcW aSi 3IK1 f 4S cTflfi HICKMAN COURIER DEMOCRATIC T CEYELAXDIgpAXGEK A TARGET poBCHAKK i t STAtTtSCEL kih CJKCULAli TO THE VOTERS OF HICKMAX AND FUL TON COUNTIES Â¬ rrioniBiTrox 3IEXT AMEND 1 for 3 rr Governor 1 auric in kmr Gnveniof - of Hrl County i 0 nave roccniiytJIl Toll are railed to convene at t lie Court Washington several iH3erontnSsej ciin ton next Saturday July iHli cranks djiuiiiu- tohve sieciariai7 ntjo qlo t A M tor the purpos huu prom lniBSious to kill thetEfSlUeni Ol orseieotinf auuiue Mm - Iiattunt J W r siiiwwrpil last week Jicld - 111 j y Boyij Sec v - I I 1upAttoriny GriirrHlf claiming mat Mr jieveiaiw uvij Iulion Ky July Mi 1SS7 pw iiakms d talkedhim six million In liars is Kcniiiuiv is a most Mr of ierwr County about tlie best wayfto kill him excellent citizen and an honorn tlIV Auiilur he did not get tie money Itoble christian gentleman and tho m VAYETTE HEWITT was arrested and tried tor lunacy Courier holding this estimate of of lUrJin Couuty n j This is but one of many instances t je ma would not utter a word KorTimmrtr I i lnKt v vuu niurw ia iuLioiiuuuif rtt till to wouxni11 sciisiuuuuS otr mm uic JfWTATEf I li fi t UK 1l r- ilmi -i Kitt K ui Hicmi Iuui 11 un uii iiiuvu jivii if WtHolford County isu r itjis engendpieil bybitter partisan jrr Kennadv was elected bv his nItrr II COKBETT - KirTilUltAS cf this Inn J Ote writings homo precinct a deiegite To at- political speeches These cranks heaftlisse speeches temi t1Q Moscow Denuicnitii cnn iif JtrCrnffctn Connlv i - w4 in tii - uiuc inivsnsMiPr M iuiuti uilL lie HCCCpilMi 1110 po- OUR NOMINEE men lugu ll sition that he did attend thoMos- articles cominir from nositiou and cow convention serving Ull 1LS social nml The Moscow convention their ilknnlArnit nillllS ilUIU to committees and participating proceedings from tho beginning The Moscow convention which tho conclusion that the best cmet Saturday last resulted in the pie of the country wi1 tho Ires - Jlo lhe eiilg jt is a fact also aunomination of Mr P J Oliver to ident killed ISy these same lht the ji0SC0v convention iaR- i fice hy the com t in which such couviction both Lincoln 10-- baitlCtl- RPA resolution nleili- tliMt tliA UJiOll tpiirecumt Hickman ami Fulton Ses r do- I fierce xo amend the constitution of11ilflfMriit K lirnaont IVimlil 111 LLfj rrnml of j were assassinated counties in the Lower House wv iiia o inai tor tue purpoe or asccrtrm- the next State Legislature Mr - Jnunciationsof GarfieTd bybenatorj faita Suppo rt tho nominee and ivcniuciv y 111 any regard a major ing the number of ctnzens entitled o aaid ffliitinn hmuuihI iuimh - ity of the qualified voters of tie ufcc iui c it ccruill Oliver is a farmer born and mis- Colliding and otheristalwart era- ITIIUIU 1UI rleiiuers inwVu the nioualy after the chairman had State 111 three several electiolS State in the ycir ISM ihetc nhall be fur- ed in this county a Htrnio hT nished as to lhe ocrat and a man Bf clear head zy mind of Gniteauthiaiseit ues- hegjed special atten tion to the ordered by thero different Legis cherttlrt and hereinafter provided election other officers of the pcrate and nuiaiuii- - notoriety Ranic lt js a filct also that Mr latures must vote in favor of cas and souuu practical sense He is in essentially one of the people al- - ami no murdered luaiuem uu Kenuady sat in that convention ing a constitutional convention in August 1S7 a registraiion bookbhtiil which the officers of lh election amt us ways a democrat rebut3 never doubt believing at tao tune ireemct on tno nrst ballot vo afterwards that convention must record the names of all citizens entitled the trained as a politician All who he would be nuidaiueu by peo- - ting lor a prohibition democrat be called by proclamation of tfo to ote for KepresenlrttTu within this rnnw him will hear cheerful testi- - great mass of thu American Mr Webster and each ballot Governor delegates to thesvfe blute at the said election The officers of gentlc- - nle Tip sitc Puii nrucnerai rair- - thereafter for a democrat under elected and when assembled then tlie election uliUI be tx ojflcio oflicera of reg- Â¬ monytliat hbisa clever istration have paid fniiil wuij of tiim ean book open mill shall record of registration inon m1 nn Itnnnraliln nnriflit ctiiMi ueio t JUC v stood not to bo a prohibitionist that constitutional convent t for I be haid names m umuiI c Mr Moss dtizeu Every precinct in tho the Kepoc nnxu and that throughout make amendments and changes between the hours of tj o ulock a m nud 7 two counties was represented bv prayed that the arm tonguo and the wholo proceedings his voice Such a convention eannotno reach- oclock p nt ou the day of tho August ed in less than seven jears from lbhT election at all the voting places in delegates in the convention and hand of President Cleveland was not raised to inform his And it shall be the this convention was large migU bo palsied about the return though the that he desired a the beginning So therefore any duly Commonwealth of this Commonwealth of all citizens flags from such a prohibitionist to bo both as to delegates nud nntside of iho rebel the nominee such votes as is now leforo tho who are euttiled to ote tor Representa- Â¬ attendance and whilst a number nan as Fairchihl is calculated to And after the nomination a mo- - peoplo of Tennessee can not bo tives ou the day of the next geueral elec of candidate announced and dirk aflame some such crank as Gni tion was made and carried without had until tho time cones to elect tion in Au suit 187 to ro befere the horses had earnest friends niiilhcau to assassinate i Cleveland one dissenting voice m king the delegates to a constitutional con- sheritls and other returning officers of in the voting precinct in i uuiei supporters every step m the prty i aircmia uscu11 nomination unanimous With such vention For this reason temper- Â¬ said election severally entitled to vote Tthich they are ceedmgs was characterized jor m me mierebi 01 ut im uura prreconl the Courier confesses ance people should vote for a and cause themselves to be registered on t marked couricsv good humor ami iv ami may c uum ucn uu uie to a surprise at seeing Mr Kenna constitutional convcition the poll book as qualified voters ot this Commonwealth aud the names of any harmony Oliver got the noirfina- - President from assassination at name to the above circular and all citizens living in the disrict tion simply because a mnjoWty of the peril of his own life and so If he was so singly and devoted THE TRUE POSITION known lo said officers to be entitled to the delegates voted for him We perhaps would Conkling have pro to prohibition why did he not Mr Wallace Gruell the old chief ote for lepicenlatiTe or made known tlont think that any democrat pres- - tected Garfield but it is too late make his views known to his to tbem by etideuceon that day shall be explanations and ent witnessing the proceedings to offer these on the lloor of that oflicer of tho Gootl Templers in registered as not voiinq And in the whftthfir for or asrainst Oliver t eauanolnfries after the crazy assas- - convention or at least vote for a Kentucky and onco grand lect ycur JSS7 no other officer hall te author Â¬ to say ized to make any list or return of the sin s dagger uas uone us uioocy prohibitionist throughout or will say that there was Csin urer for the State has this voters of this Commonwealth from the besiunhifr to the work In this country the laws any one believe that if a favorite on the present promotion ticket qualified any unfair nor slirll return thereof except the emliiiir So far we have heard no guarantee the right of free speech of Mr Kennady had been nomina Gruell once spoke m Hickman books certificates pro men cannot be ted In our own individual case we regis ration this act and maJe and all laws This beiug and while such such intimations vided for by be that the Clinton convention find that we can do our whole duty rrquiriuc lists or returns of such q mill the case we trust all democrats stopped from talking by law yet wouhPhave ever been called by OUIw political partV and at tho fied voters are hereby repealed so lir as a hearty nublic opinion irrespective of Therefore must it u will accord the nominee tli is braced theieiu The Vs1 support ami go to work to give party should condemn such bitter this Clinton convention 11 born same time licht the Kmtor traflio thevear 1SS7 of votes so registered shal is mm ami tue state iickci a goou utterances to eternal disgrace alone of disappointment and not Without clashing Our political aild I11 e true number of citizens eutnled principles is lhe one to wu Tle Ior Krpre9eiullive round majority in August thI3 conceived for the good of tho our r i it ONE ISSUE PEOPLE temperance cause Is not good UlC WOllv Ot pairiOUSm ami UlCjtte for he purpose of ascertaining of morality And nhetiurn anjrny of all tne citizens or other tho THAT EEBEL FLAG BUSI- Â¬ There are perhaps some dem faith to associates an essential to both Workwrk harmoniously together tbs Stae entitled lo vote for Keprsen- ocrats so strongly wedded totem a moral cause Mr Kennadv is an NESS vote tut calling convi ntion for perance ideas that they moralize honorablo citizen and doubtless As- for - tho political prohibition purpose ot re adoptm w irt oi changiug the cuii6utut ton amending or ii uu If ever a bitter sectional par against the democratic party be- - ban reasons by which he feels ius llV tisan movement was inglorionsly cattSO it does not set aside all Other tified but the nniim i must fol blocu lu u l s llolmS 1111 The said registration books ihall amounts to nothing As well take be apnropriuici y rineti a tin nenuixi so humiliated and rebuked in the his- - issues and take up prohibition that he i rt ivi I iii rti BBr ouier hucihii i hiio uuu U ami onjy it as a test overcome dutv- - and nmnnrr loryoi una couuiri tuo etineen- - aud nli u l aa u t i ed moTement upon tho part ot h thftVelection of a nartv uuiiiiiiii iitians i ciISa firmntoS PIC- - pauize it into a political issue lecordiHKSle vote ior nd Heainst I he he ul a v otbcr liin 10t- - calling oVth eonstitutb a convention certain Republican leaders to re- - whereas there are others many tufed as very wicked such action Jox cen nominated torthc gover- - ui t HCtuhig the number ot citi inflame tho war sentiment of the others who think that other do- - would bo considered bad faith called party he entitled to vote ir itreiiiHiiw North because of the senseless scriiitions of legislations are Oscar Turner so much denoun- - orsuIP b v s so it would be lighting episode about the return of rebel needful to the countrv to day lt lsjwubin the stto l shall t the duty ot Mr Oli iced hvimnv niu VR ifoioi i UJ- W f propound to rlU that Riirit was defeated and his vnnitv an hence e ute uuuiuciaiitJ iiuiiiuicu ui ben on me grounds mat 110 never a feeder to Vi Isveri voter the question Ioiouoie rV lUli humiliated on the old battlo ueld thcMospow convention occupies entered or pennifted his name c 3 ll VohtViX Vraln ptI0nsJ fo cMiuK etfuiAi c iiM or o lseinruly delines his posiiaor of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania a Hberal and fair position on tho to go before a convention wioso irsiIb voter than answer in the on the occasion of the Lmon temperate question as the Cou nominee ho sought to defeat ilI tion when he declares I aai not affirmative his name shall u recorded eamp firo between the old Union U1EK UIMiV8tnnds him nittin- - that the public man who a WPcnuicc an but a po htical ll n3 prohibitionist And that clearly and rebel soldiers who loughtl u will ant favnr Mm rnni nr i i Bn Bhnii i ti ti aili CoIlvri0Il and if e vuer mHve in that c reat battle anv cxistingteuipenmeo law and by its actions The action each other uvnw oi uiU9 i a are a temper- - oaISW0r his name bhaii be recorded or which event occurreu last weeir wii inriiu- - frnr tiir ctiImtC ur ivennady can only serve to and oureli The old soldiers met on the very son of anv tWrpcxynco law ton lessen the democratic majorityon anco man but not a political jjjjpf rcBitttreti asnei veting upon snurrfwsi That nosit01lWe lion And it bhH ihilu y or ihcftieeia grounds upon which they had ntonf ilif neonlch the state ticket whether sucii bo IlibitioiliSt lioMiug tlie election nt eacti to ing i rr if l zougui cacti uinur aim wiu union Wliat more can any prohibition- - the intention or not and of course pi C in the blute to certity the ells were blended in istaskx -- If a representative was good democrats regret it Put nud rebel total number of voters repisterc I happy and peaceful unison Pick- Â¬ elected on the single idea of pro i if lie and his associates can stand occupy tho remainder of our life and the number votinic for oil lhe cons ltutiomil eonveitimn tud ui etts Confederate veterans surrcn- - hibtion the temperance people t such a record it will bo seen later lo mxke out a duplieaie ceriihoate show Â¬ 1 n n t dered to the Pennsylvania brig Â¬ would not ask him to do more than uii iuit iiiu fiiucucuiuiiituj uaii uu A PPOLIFiC MATRON ing said facta The registration books ades hospitality amid a general to submit any desiied law to a so noJiie jr ut t the New Yoitk June2S A special 6hu c shaking of hands trading of cof-- vote of the people And certainly froi t ashuiiton to the Herald i iee and expressions ot good will tlftBft vhn on0so nrohibition will JAMES D BECK - tUckv and lhe duplieaie cerliliiinii say 3 at- Along hlllk est irWhen the orators referred to tho not ask a cilange of any existing 10 the election of rebel flag business President temperance law without snbmit- Senator James P Beck of Ken- giniau named Urown iirescutetl lached othcers poll boo for tucky delivered a speech at Eliza himself at tho Pension Bureau fciuledirected by iitid return therewith as Gleveland was applauded to the t it to a YOte 0f the people now law morning to furnish by thousands of Union and echo TIie qcurieu voluntarilv prof-- bethtowu on Monday June tho this claim pending before evidence i o The ecicinry 0f Stale iu olfic at of-that rebel soldiers alike there assem- - fers the statement asto tho posi- - 20th andi admirably and forceablv in a the convening of tlie Ueneral Assembly i firm t ti t j rwPi It wmliajiita- nnmi inquiry next ntier lhe election in August liS7 ai InMPiiml iiiiifca iihiii vvrii - iaifiii ui tme tumvo O i UHU uon vuunjuB about theum ot our nominee noi uccause The Elizabethtown news mints Umt MS Other had borne thirty- - shall immediately upon the orgariz itiu soldiers care nothing rnnmiA ir n i nnrtv iRio a to flags now that all causes of griov- - mt because there are temperance tho 6Ieeh in f- - Speaking of three children in all Twenty of of the bame trausinit bim each House nl from tliC statement prepared bi J 1U cpuoncan party tne senator l4 Ull auces ana amerences are sup Vmnpmts who we think niisiin- - llIU ij registration ami poll cooks sioirlnj how Kiiiil- r Ot WllOIIl had KCrVGlI- llltllC LllltII mniiv ntrs t fnr planted lir Iho nlinnlc f lnrns At ini0tnlil il I 11ABJ 1111 IIU I1IIV1I liAUIla tril Ilfllllv KjtKs - trt nt flu miiil- Hlffitiou Ctit klL liUUilui l lJ 1111 f J Ll 11111 111111 j 1 wo wero Kiueti ino i flVor ot said convemiun and ihe total arm3- a common country and regard the aml vhose feelings if not their Thev uvujlv to nernetunte 11n11 J iilU UI ery only as partisanism votes are affected by the misun- - power by buildiug up and stibsid j 9lier lourtet a OIU W LU from the iiujiuu vi unis n iiBiri unt all The rer r or not P f pension draws derstandinff Ifther arc anv who izing great business organizations Government for disabilities re He p counte are yret disposed to They wjuandered the public lands DREW ACCEPTS TnE SITUA- vet doubt or rililil Itllllil I I1C IVJlMllilMUU tVUAt W4 11 111 At beriuu flM wane uio w0 ot cxoininauon and inspection cavil the fair way would be for land tho public money on mam uoneu Ot TION UCatll tllO two OOVS entities THO 0t the next General Assembly them to nut these questions direct moth railroad corporations with a Citizens and voters of Fulton ly Gen mother i o Iisb iii be thedutj ot the othcrrs Oliver and not assume lavish hand empires could be Black to a pension also ollice d a by irw i compne mil aud Iliekman Counties Thti con to too Mr savs tho tiles of the around tellinff his position carved out of the public domain fail to show for State ceitifv vention having met and chosen another reconl whero make out he votes certificates othaers 10 A nttrtii oi w returned w from the quusuuii tilinn FrYri tTiit1irn1 which they donated to them the sixteen sons of one father aud Kffliiilnril hPnrup in tln lUViU IU uun a 1tn u u imw nn Tfl m1fl fv with tho feiate election poll books as last debt statement shows that v mc lluJ u f lelnrli r linl lnnoil in Ka uvvoo ftnBBJ p Mw tjivnivnrs luiro lmrii cMtimnll- - mother served as soldiers in the alove proviJed and at the time they cer- Â¬ Iv IT nwi t ilV mm ui tlimr own- Knowledge vi tify votes lor State oliicers a certificate u ed to pay bver sliVlOOjOOO for thcffalc war they doiit know his position bj voting places bhowing the total num Â¬ w uuu 11 1101 j ohuuiu uinc CICI addition to Paciuic Kail ways M ber of votes registered and the number eudeavored to reflect the interest iv a masw nwnnK held ia Maysviile the the lands donated in with a poor A FItAUD voting tor calling a constitutional con- Â¬ i and illteligenceofthe people While colored voters of Mason and adjoiiiiup prospect of getting it back vention and 10 scud the ccrtiticrte to the Current Wave acting as their representative in counti s annottneed their purpose to quit and if Speaking of genuine Democrats We warn our readers against Secretary ofiiite above lhe registration the legislative halls of this great hdly following the Republican tany shall as lo uny book pioviiled for ho said tho Ohio Land Agency professing voting place be lost destroyed or not re State It is to voi that I return tUwen Couny NcWg vI the asHiirnnee that T evor sniimit1 It has been announced that a dull Ut - to dp business at Zanesville Ohio turned then the Secretary of ataie in iw uliiwiu umber of the colored people of ern ment and in the strict con- - Ihere is no Diamond Citv in making the report to the General Assem- cheerfully to tho authority of --- --- y agency pro- - -party usages aud requirement Louisville Lexington anu iuo ing struction ot thegrants ot power c fcUS lo give a wananty uceit to at ami it ia- with von that T rIi iII ton would resent tlie insult to reserving to individuals and neisrh- 1Ise he ceiiticue th stand by and assist in perfecting tneir race matieoy uieiiepuuncau - noriiootis as union autnonty as lot 40 feet front 120 feet back on to show that he has or his not the regis one of book for the principles of our party j and State Convention but it was con- - possible Wo are opposed to Diamondtho prominent streets of tration named each voting place iu each City Mo all centrally county in said certilicitc coun- centralization in any form it may i fidently proclaimed that the as the time is near at hand whnn - w duty of the Secre- Â¬ shall be 4 niggers would sun continue seek to assume and to all lcgisla located within four blocks of tho tary 7 of ItState nfierthe adjournment of the will of the people shall be ex tT the City uressed at the noils I fnrfrivinr to stand blindly aud solidly by tion Federal or State that de- - only Parks if some sucker will this General Assembly to make out lhe send his aud you forgetting all l differ- - their Kepblican bosses and vote prives local communities of the address and name and post oflico form of a registration book and certifi- Â¬ distribute papers con- cates to be made and used as herein pro- Â¬ as the bbsscs in the dirTerent right to manage their own affairs nces I do most cordially invite same to but it scorns in their own way and to select taining advertisements of lands vided and to furnish theand it shall the every one to be on baud aud vote counties ordered be 4 1ublic Printer forthwith for sale by the agency evtculing out tho ifethe ticket of the Democratic par- Â¬ that somefeeling is rural counties the agents to whom they will en the duty of the said Public Printer to of the trust their interests ty and I further ask acontiuuauce into make up and bind iu the usual form one with book ef your personal friendship assur It seems that when the Hepblicans I have never bought a vote registration each voting placea incertificate the Slate ingeach one that I shall ever re- Â¬ had control oKehtucky that ou SHOULD TIIE GOULDS BE and never intend to and I am not thereon for also the duplicate certificate and the ly 5 cents free school tax was main their friend Jno T Drew ABOLISHED running against any Democrat but county certificate nud send lhe same lo collected and that tho Democrats am running for United States Sen- Â¬ the several sheriffs vho shall see that It is not the gentleman of tho have increased it to 22cents giving they are delivered and Senator Beck favors the Inter J ihe colored children an equal pro- Â¬ Henry George and Dr McGIynn ator and if I cant be elected bvtho voting places as herein used at the various required btate Commeree law in speaking rata and hence the cry is the school alone who are of the opin Â¬ will of the people without the use J8 That any officer failing to do or or ine auncuity in enforcing it lie llepnblicans give tho sNigcr tree ion that such men as Jay Gould ot money 1 will stay at home perm any of the acts or duties enjoined upou him by the third fourth fifth sixth Senator Deck privilege to vote for white lto- - are a menace to tho continued said scctious of prosperity of the country Thous- This has the true ring in it and and seventh fine of live this act shall be publicans but the white Demo bun Ired dollars It is no easy task to reverse the crats subject to a l give us free schools for col- amis of educated thoughtful per it is the position that every man 500 to be recovered by indictment of policy of a quarter oof a century juleached as it is by such combi- Â¬ ored children The CotJRiEU be- sons who are quick to perceivo- who desires political position any jirandjury in any court having con- Â¬ Â¬ risdiction thereof and shall upon lieves that the colored voters in and prompt to denounce the eco- should occupy nations of wealth power as now viction be removed from office by the nomiu vices of the socialistic support the Republican party and thocountry portions of Kentucky scheme have their minds filled court iu which said conviction is had TT will vote the Republican ticket That 2 9 its theory of Government men like a solitFwall but one by ono with forebodings as to the future ln Republican speakers are at Secretary it shall be the duty of the cling with tenacity to privileges the more intelligent ones will get wlnJli they see tho Goulds and tempting to make political capital advertised ofin the Slate to have this act one weekly newspaper in once accorded to them and organ- Â¬ their freyes open to the real truth Iluntingtons steatlily increasing by denouncing what is known as each county of this Commonwealth where- Â¬ published ized bodies working for private that tho Republicans have no use iff wealth and power Reasoning the New Revenne Law The in there is such paper the daily for four in one of the matter is this law is weeks and Louisville for thirty papersimof ends ha v immense advantages over Kor them except to vote for white from tho experience of the past truth of days city of an unorganized mass however Kepublieaus Heres proof of this few years thoy assume that a time one of the very best ever adopted the msdiately preceding the election and in every county said Secrctaay shall cause numerous stimulated only by a let a colored man dare to vote for will come in the not very remote by the State Under the old court t i ill W ii the temperance labor greenback ti It n r a ttrliaiiV fAv tmnnrfcnrtliet dl ine iarmmg community paid more to bo posted at theprinted houso door a desire to promote the general wel i I in hand bill copy of this act jare Thesorganized resistance of orjiny other kiudof ticket and will co ntrol the principal business thail its duc pro0rton the ta form for at least four consecutive weeks on soe how the bossEepblicaus will ontorp nolo uuu Innf nlnno mt-election the railroads to the t oiP - fln r jiuu whis flft uiic before such shall be the dutv ot tbe Iuhiic no uuiio ii bo set uponshim 5 tiioii iui 4i iiiuiciiiim cI n l n it I 10 It Commerce few pro vesjthat Congress rvcoe Printer to prit t l u thousaud copies of V ft and services which they buy and r has the undoubted right to regulate exact such prices as they choose ymcv the new law the mode lst this act upon a separate sheet of piper JjEVI Bacox fiiancral clerk in the Secretary ofState commerce among the States commodities and services 1US lams has not been changed at and deliver tbem tothe same to theCoontv the Interior department Wash Â¬ for the they sell all so the farming community is who shall forward which Clerks of lhe various counties in this in reality ucnentcu uy its provis- Â¬ State in such numbers as to provide at The Emperor of China is to bo ington who diedfrccently was S000 m married and 5000000 will be short copies thereof for each votiu Tight shoes caused a tumor in ions as the rate of taxation has least Iwo said clerks shall deliver the same epont in thes festivities Thous- Â¬ The class of people precinct hcen lowered fa New Jersey girls foot aud the or othcroflkers aclinr in the ml lie ands of the Emperors subjects Disastrous -- floods prevail member was amputated to save mat me new law aitects most place sheriffs and it shall be the duty of thereof are starviigg 1 throughout Mexico a particularly are the moneyed men such sheriff or oilier officer to post ono the girls life v ymts J 1 1 1UIYAX the United ny the nnuicuflvrebs from bpraii- 8ifttcua - w 1 kknsady Temp Chn -- 1 1 1 al fl iatiLiiiiiiiiouuiis 1 --- --- iirtiii - w fA fr Tho foHovri Contmcnux tlth aa to lite nttntitij IS tllfk f nvt p ii prohibition ninemhneiits to uUco- - and cenc qf colhip a CoMtuliim to witHl the Conttitithon itnd 16 provide for lu AwiiiicsBce tins vcirF citizen entitled acvrtiintnff the number Section Joj jo ifrcfn ll to ute 6r IltprtMMtattte within ttit State manufacture for sale or sell or Vhkubs Experience haa pointed out iieen ior sa o - r n i iub urcessuy 01 nmcnmnp lie ConsUtu- iel hitjvt t liquors l liMOiiciling Whatever in- - t5 a1 le expediency of calling a co- Â¬ ncluding WlliC ale anil beer veIlliol for hlt purpose therefore General Assembly shall hr Tlie l i u enacted b- the Gerriumu i i r J vf J or jvh av iU3UIUU iiginations for thn mi 1 luittmcHioi tlie prohibition here Tbntnt the next pcneml election in contained and shall thereby ior fprentatives to the Geuerat As provide suitable penalties for the sembl l hl11 - tUv of the sev- violation of the UOS0n ht reOt crnl LtitlJin1 01tr ofKcera of election t0 0pCn a poll roraul make a return to MMnin arc some who nrenn thoin seGreiurv of stllo fni - i iui iiiuS tflllliftrpiifin nnootU 11 a pro oiiiie names 01 an cuizens eniltlpd to loltl0 majority in the Kentucky voU for llePrcntaiires who biive voted ItC for Iislature could bringa vote inlnl behl he mtfW ein ft coveu Kentucky on a like amendm Vine nlun for - or dimming ue institution ameuuinmv TI11t any eheriir or other returning lls is now Oeillg i2 voted upon in Tennessee but mi ocer failinc- to perform th niv im j i 111 miiiiei v line 10 IIUL trtio If lO ed hy Mt section ot this net stuill id 0 n llue of s5x every member of tho next Lemsla- - ku Jecl Jrwi dollars ture should bo an UIU aml out lfMh J e reoverc1 coun jury juris piOhbltlOlllSt 110 SUCll amendment aictiou thereof in finy ehall havingconvic- nud upon ntpd tion of biich failure be remnvpl fmm nf 10 tile COllSiltUtlOll cnnld h V 1 Ttw tak ing 22ATKU tk- 12 nae Mr good i- ai I j wm mn ja j copy of said act at eacli voting place and auolher copy at some other suitable public place in said prcciuct four weeks prior to the election Auy officer failing to discharge the duties prescribed in thid section of this act shall be fined fof each and every failure twenty dollars to be recovered in any court having juiisdic tlou tbcrt cf 11 This aci eliall take eelfct and be iu force from aud after its passage Approved January 13 lSSO n L - tmw a - r jiim- - W frinrn VMK ii iiiTmsiimp f f i i OS AND s STATE SENATOR We are authorized to announce JOHN Kemp of Hickman County a a candi Â¬ date for State Sen itor fromihe counties of Graves Iliekman and Fulton subject to the action of the Democratic party 11 Jv 5 - IVolioe and expense those knowing themselves indebted 10 inc on drin aceount will peae conic forward and settle at once with me or It L Moore C U LAXDltCM may 13 To save trouble imtitii -1 1 1 1 yiu I DST 1 - i kJ Vi5llor llffiBBFTONlC SriR andSaIe llEwtDt roi EflLSSr TEEWJ r -- - Ic I I - Â¬ I iem-iuoiii-- an ltlmt j l CHIUHOEYER ivvAKTa iv Tin socrit II Till Curs We fdrmsliihumlrcds homes yearly with fine Pianos and Organs and allow cfctomersto pay in small monthly or quarterly payments i- 1 Â¬ Â¬ tag Most OteMa m TOE 3ALE BY DEDGGI3TS rntriEto nt Decker Brothers lahies Brothers e J G Fischer and others KgSnvow Ebonized Walmirhnd Mahogahy Cw nmdfto onler ESTEY SIION INGEU and HAMILTON ORGANS K A iimyj K3HSIXSOX 3C 5T 1 -- -- A Â¬ 1 1 LOtJISVILLE TO kwsnr Fo - jSt xWPr a Chop styles of Organs lor the Sitting Room Library and Hall particulars - address E Â¬ fellow- lOW Ve SAVE fONEY lor al -delegates are Wholesale Headquarter D H BALDWIN 23G 218 Church St 2SS - - grades of 1 - Â¬ - 1 CHEWIW SMOKiN TOBACCO and CISAfti and will job to dealers only al Factory price also tho ds -delegates Dsnial Scotch ind SuTJsrior Scotch lhe best in the market We also keep t cousiaiuiv uii iiiaistii a unuiwc eieciion of Family Groceries Confectioneries and Fruits which we will sell very low for the cash Tleisecill aud see us M Nashville Tctii 2nd St Memphis Tcun Ciias fliLKEUT Salesman Paducah Ky fjaiu J Fourth Ave Louisville Kv CO fellow- FUfclTA DcSOlV GOODS -- j blaoksmitiiino UNDERTAKERS WEST JirCKMAX Call on A F OLIVER for Ulacksmith iuj Wagon Ilepairs c Abo a full line of CsfliNSJ Â¬ I J wi iinitTvitiS Itosewood common Cases c - ons solid Black We are oflering nil grades of Plain Medium We carry a ducei prices line at all times T t Waluu and Fine FURNITURE at crentlv ro of Chairs Rockers plain and marble 0 1flnu tori Tlil ltik ff a lVmli cf oti1 - lnuuuus Oli j iii LTI cu Ifiai Irenes1 cprings ac i uuu and we guarantee nur prices to le the loirct Intelligent investigation pays therefore rn CT -- T rji2i l 11 - Â¬ v 1 R S- aiURRELL ATTORNEY AT - IiAW iiTl- UNDERTAKERS GOODS carrjitts the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Rtirial Cacs of anyfiun in Went Tr rineeseo or Kentucky Job Work a Mtoclalty Vc ulv iwv I 1 1 1 I r 1 ri i ri 1 rii dtTiriovtr Cuwgiir Irug Stnrr discount all competition in this line w ilepairing and 1 11ICKJIAX Will KY j practice in all the Courts of the ir t Judicial District fmarlrt I 5Store Rooms under City Hall KEVHin8j MAX IV EI I julyy i r 1 L A R T TY LER AT LAW KBXTUCKY I ATTORNEYS ii 1 - ir rsr TlTiur III CK MAX t7 - - ni3rraj 5 rji Sfvrt Dnsxcii V Kf pfcV U V 1 u j f Hl attend to all business entrusted to their o irc OiSce Idruiture Factory nov673 w C6ittQr of Jackson and Kentucky Streets I i- 1 lc PHYSICAN AfJD SURbEON MAN KENTUCKY HICKMAN JUST OPENKI ren ouable KENTUCKY Fine stylish BIOS for liifB OTFCRS his Profossional - u- jiiil ltOKERT Servicas tc iclcman aud vicinity C1IAS with new STOCK nut nmHout Patronage solicited S0 UJUOLVS Â¬ if UoUdLAd oct30 1333 W G KINGMAN CO MANUFACTURERS OF TIIE CELEBRATE DOUGLAS BROS GKOCKltY UAKKUY 1 I ia I 1 1 1 1 -- i ItESTAURAN Â¬ Will kepa ily jroceriev Confectioneries c and baker GooIs keep unipl ned a all fresh and new aud will not bo under sold jun l Â¬ i I V awii siiJiS at ALr nounsFamgeneral assortment of lijarble - HERTWECK BALTZEK CO CO - J M - -- -- I - - J teu Q m CO HH td co J Â¬ j xlhe j 1 rjickrnan Works AT mCXMAiY kale a w CO B C KAMAGE I v 4 IS GO en ii rZr 1 1 1 -- Italian and American Marbl MONU5IKNT8 TOMB ANI GRAVK STONKS fctock a fine lot of Amo VINO in W ICKMA3S ACME S tWAG02T t HAlean filled 1 j - and Italian Marble 1 am pr pared to fill all orders Call and exatnin my work Orders from the country promptly mayifi m us --- - mr r PULVERIZING HARROW groceries 25cts Lower than the Lowest clerk expanses no store ren and pay cash for all my Groceries an therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap eat Ilest brands of Wittenberg and Lon Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low est JOHN WITTING I have no I Â¬ W DIESTELBPJNK space to Family Groceries Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickmrn Ky NOtrouble to name all articles show goode bat no Â¬ Â¬ sale and livery stable Faius Parkek BUGGIES and HACKS Having purchased the stable horses and entire outfit of W D Flummer we p opose to continue the business and solicit patronage HOUSES CLOD CRUSHEH AND LEVELER Also wc ate Agents for the KEEPS salo KENTUCKY STREET constantly on hand for hh CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS e will make it to your interest 1 and get particulars c 1 marlS helm -- 2 eBEOSDepd jear New A A DAVIS A In--Stat- e mm UICKHAN lie KY n lcck RESLIABLES I s i Ojjice Clinton Street Laclede Represent the following old and relia ble companies North America Phoenix Hartford Lancashire arid the St Pau Fire and Marine Insurance Company Abo the Equitable Life Insurance Com paay of Xew York fjttn2VJ Has a splendid stotk of tke very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at OKEPKICE and that the very lowest the markeS justifies All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented T ii ROOFING A SPECIALTY i- o o j e M I JS i i z - v i 0 e 5y s ti e f f H s4 f - i- -