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Hi j s it- --C - 1 - W- H- - feftwatfESastf J - A JT wJlJH-- J m- - - it1 r I -- 4 -- Jmk j HE ft- -- vi TEE EICKIil BY - COMER Fine Job Printing j PUIUSHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORCC WARREN HIOKMAK KY Mee HICKM ESTABLISHED SHOWER OF BUGS 1859 I JPHVT KS p COURIER FRIDAY JULY 22 at Chicago Cincinnati New York Horses Dlo EXECUTED Wf k m m s With Neatness and Dispatch wAZi 1 a 4 Street next door to City Hall 2fiV The Oldest N ewspapeggW ester n Kentucky BILL8 3 EWVELOPE8 L2TTBB HBAD J yi GKOROK WARREN Editor PRICK OF SIBNCRIPTIOX CURRENT TOPICS tL5 JITCKMAIV FULTON COUNTY RAILWiiY- 3JTJC KY rs -- 1SS7 VOL XXIMNQ 42 party and man Mtmty almosttJl0 its last to inststeunoa con Ai Jlf 3 INVITATIONS ETC ETO XJ HORROR COUP receive salaries for singing in the church choirs LoTsofpreaystrls- It T raid wear a autmeg round their nccUs as a charm against malaria Two Americans have been arrested in Mexico for highway iobberyethe penalty for which is death GinriELi County Kas is said to havo 1100 unmarried men and only twenty eight unmarried women PniLADhUiiiv is preparing to celebrate the centennial of the Federal Constitution in September in royal style Tiie glorious climate of California has produced a wonderful cat that sings Listen to the Mocking Bird The people of Berlin arc caters Last year they consumed TSSff2 tons of slaught- Â¬ ered meat and 1000000 geese A school for wives is about to bo estab- Â¬ lished in England the pupils of which will be instructed in practical houswifory A IETTEU received at a country post efdec in New Hampshire addressed An Ox was deIivcrcdctoMiss Ann Knox Tiee sixth auuual meeting of tho American Forestry Congress will bo held in Springfield 111 Scpfcniber 14 15 and 15 TniNK of three niilcs or book cases eight Iccfhifjli and containing SMMOW volumes That is the size of the British Museum liÂ¬ Â¬ urbs There are 1500 women in New York who Mexicos total debt is 1150000000 TnEKE arc 200 hotels of all sizes in Sari toga The State of Michigan has a shore line lStW miles long Ax anti treatingcrusadc is gaining head way in Georgia Kentcckts newest curiosity is a man with a marble leg 2rw Yoki Citv claims to be growing at the rate or G0000 a year Georgia railroad properly has more lhan doubled in value since 1SS0 Tiie oil region or Pennsylvania is said to Iks the holiest ground in America BocuNsnu had a grand send off in Paris on his departure for his new station Jonxs Hoi kixs University is soon to be moved from Baltimore proper to tho sub- Â¬ Â¬ A Komarkablo Phenomenon at St Paul Minn Sidewalks Cotrrrd it Foot tcii With thf Strange Visitants f About 10 oclock a brcezo sprang up frn the South and with it came countliw millions or bugs which swarinoJ at every lightoftcu becoming so thick around naC lamps treet as no nlnasl obscure the light Around the electric light masts they cemcd to con gregate in greater numbers thar clsc- nucru anu in tnc wimij 0f lsndgo Square Seven Cornci and at tIC pa at the head ofThirdstrcct the su otb Hcro v mcrauy covered with tho T-Vlong tuc v abash street side of tj Second Ka tional Bank the sidewalk vas covcrrl to a depth of over a foot nroitfl the market house at whatever point najtlcctrie light was located the bidewalrjvas covered with them The McrrhaiitsJlotel received a liberal share of the bug liic steps lead Â¬ ing to the veranda being aSmplctcly hid from sight and it is estimated that mora than a wagpn load ur tbc bis could havo been takenfrom in front el the building In Bice Park was witnessed a curious sighu The trees near electric lighN wcro covpred with bugs givmgjthc trees the apjcarancc of being niovg masses of life yhilo tho electric light wires were strung with the inset Ls U is probable that after striking the wire they wore unable to get away on ac coaat of the current At i oclock this mornSg l he streets in the vicinity of Bridge Square which tiad been cicaiicd were spam covered with them and they sttUWonlinucd to Â¬ St Paul Minn Julv 14 St Paul w last night treated to a phenomenon in the form of clouds or wha- are variously call ed Green Bay Sunday and day hup - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Canadian Kxcursinn Train Craihrs Into n Oil Train Nine head llodlr KecmcrrU Iturncd to a Crisp St Thomas Ont July 15 A terriblo accident occurred at the crossing or the Grand Trunk and tho Michigan Central railways in this city about 7 oclock this evening An excursion trainon the Grand Trnnk from Port Staiilc3 ran into a pass- Â¬ ing freight train on tho Michigan Central made up of a number or cars laden with oil The engine crashed into one or these cars when the oil instantly took fire and burn- Â¬ ed with great fierceness communicating to the cars on both trains and extending to Griffins warehouse coal and lime sheds adjoining the track on the west and John Campbells dwelling on the east all of which were burned to the ground with their contents Engineer Donnelly or the excursion train was buried in the wreck His fireman jumped and escaped with slight injuries The forward car of tho excursion train was filled with ijusicnfjecifcjflvho mado- - frantic ctTorts to escape but notwithstanding hundreds of brave and willing hands wcrclmmcdiaely at work to assist in their rescue a num- Â¬ ber or lives have been lost and will bo burned beyond recognition before thctr bodics can be got out or the wreck At 3 oclock when thousands or people wcro crowding around the burning pile onaof the oil tanks on the cars suddenly exploded throwing hundreds to the ground with great Torcc and scattering lire in all direc Â¬ tions and severely jcrhaps fatally injuring many At S 30 oclock nine bodies were taken out They were burned to a Â¬ Â¬ M S0LIEL - J TT TTH Sunday tho Hottost and DoadUest in Thirty Years Sixty 5le Iortallty M Tittshurgli T TnuUTTi tPPDM -WlVii Jft2l llk A STINGING REBUKE CltTFlaml Terrible Arralrjnment of Belf From rittrtburgli Cincinnati ami St IouU Fatal Cases at Chicago Keports Ioulsvill 7Caco July IS The sickle of the smi wide swath in tho population of rh last week ind yesterday It had n jgo in every grade of society tnn3 and Y ThlheW ensp SICK OP LIBERIA Colored Men Who Oflcrto Kixlivt TLrm- If lrotided With Mean to Ke turn come A Ren Heroins brary X liw r I f Is i The Edgar Thomson Steel Works Brad- dock Pa are the largest steel rail mills in the world The grounds contain thirty- five acres It is said that the investments out West of ex Senator Jones of Florida have turned out profitably and Jhat he will have a comfortable income The new Texas liquor laws forbids the sale of intoxicants to any pcrsonhabitual drinker or not whose wife mother or sister forbids him the use of them e The German Postal Department admits her own life sample packages of liquids at reduced Thai Erngy Hangia rates to and from this country under an order that went into effect Vul v 1 Atlanta G July H Alargc public if A Pennsylvania paper sav In yes- meeting of leading citizens of liltoi Ga i terdays storm a Hash of lightning wont denounced as slanderous Mnt through this office on the shafting and out about the hanging of Ugvcrnor Jor don in effigy bj-- a mob nmL7disturbaiii o knocked the devil into the cellar A dressmakei m Portland Or got mad in the city over the panloxng ol a con at a neighbor in the room henoath and vict named Holman The rscatiug passed cutting a hole in the floor doused the other resolutions in which theyd2clarethit hut three men were engaged u the cfiiv woman while in bed with hot waters A max eighty three years of ace has rust Janging and that they wereintoxicatcd JilwrnKf rrujiilfi r tillers - MtatV fPiu-ivrottacir-ihausdiMaafter haviug served out a term of fifty coiiouci The rcsolutTous eUvrfTl with Ihcsc words Our conlideSrC in the jusseven years His crime was homicide Mns Mackat has presented her Any tice fairness firmness and Mnhty of this grandson Prince Colonna with a magnifi- honored Chief Magistrate ofteorgia re cent dressing cascall the appointments mains unshaken being gold richly hicrcstcd with jewels Engineer Xilhd in a WrccV Americans arc so numcrSu in London Ctstkiiw Kr Julv M As the morn this summer that the natives feel almost as though they were in Jcw York Lon-Â¬ isg express from Covington was rounding don is becoming quite a popular sfiburb of a short curve a hair mile south oItobir sen Harrison Count y at 11 jn m to day America Cats and dogs have no protection in Ger-Â¬ she was run into by engine Xo 15 a spe many They arc regarded as beasts of cial on tho way to Covingtoa from liris prey and are liable to be shot whenever Engineer Joe Paul of No 1 was killed they are found off the premises whero being struck in tho head at scalded bv steam His fireman Charlie Sidles was sethey TJelong verely cut about the head but his injuries The Western crop news of the past few are not senous I days begis to show a perceptible im provement and at the South the largest Train Swspl Away by a CIsuJ BursL cotton crop of the generation ispredictcd Trcov Akiz July If Southern Ari- wun gooa grounds The new Prince of Bulgarias full name 1 storms and cloud bursts duTinr tho iust is Ferdinand Maximilicn Charles lopold cigni days J he rain fall was unprece Â¬ Marie Born in Vienna February ST 1S51 dented Santa Cruz river is over a mile ae is now a lieutenant in the Eleventh wide Wash outs on the railroad havo hussars of Austria been frequent and numerous and a large Ocn familiar word luncheon is derived amount of stock has been drowned Yes from tho name given by the Spaniards to terday freight train loadcdwith freight their mid day or rather eleven oclock was carried away by a clpud barst la meal which from the hour is called L once Canon DOrc pronounced lonchy Burglar Frighlenud Off by Elec5riciy At Gilboa X Y they arc laughing over the fact that Mrs P H llicktmyre aged Kew York July 14 Police Inspector eighty two years has just completed a Steers was awakened last night by hs pair of trousers for her husband acd wife with the information that a burglar eighty to play base ball in wasMn the house The Iuspwor tappc YouxcKxee of Jersey City shot Miss an electric button and illumiaatcd his en Miller some months ago because she1 tire house and then attired ha night shirt wouldnt marry him She has gotten well and with a 42 calibcr revolver hs rusheii and married him now probably to keep down stairs but the burgltr had lied him from shooting her again frightened by the sudden jlarc of cletJ Ax English novelist has found a neat tricity motive ior his forthcoming storv JIc cn5 Favoring Cincinnatis Ceitennial dows his hero with tho faculty of foresee- Â¬ Washington July 14 In accordance ing tho future liut makes him unable to with established precedents the Trcasur7 discloato any one what ho knows Yax Phox Lee says that Yan Phon Department has authorized Cm Surveyor of Customs at Cincinnati admit frco signifies Wealth by Imperial Favor of duty foreign mcrchandisclntcnded for It appears however that Yan has obtain- - exhibition at the commg Coitcnnial Ex Â¬ cd his wealth by matrimonial favor His position of tho Ohi Vallcyand Central newly wedded wife is worth 100000 A Philadeutha woman has been indict- Â¬ States under regulations similar to thoso of ed for eavesdropping and tattling to tho prescribctUiu cases T t other exhibitions common nuisance of tho citizens of this Gold in the Pc rinsuli commonwealth and against the poaco and IsnrEMiNo Miqu July Assays or dignity of tho commonwealth of Pennsyl Â¬ the quartz found on the gold prospect of vania the Lake Superior Iron ComjSmy west of BfXTT nvE steerage passengers on a tho city gavo 13 in gold from tweivo steamer that arrived recently from Glas- Â¬ ounces of rock or SW3 gold to tho ton gow were found upon their arrival at Miners have traced a vein 380 feet on tho Boston to be suffering from typhoid fever surface A storehouse is now being built Impure drinking water is said to bo the to hold the rock More rockss rich as tho cause of the sickness first was taken out yesterday t i The BrillA Medical Journal says that a Methodist Minister Suspended number of babies have been poisoned by MiajNEAroLis Minn July 14 The Kcv sucking the green straps of their Spcrara Iwlators An analytical examination J B Topehas been susporijcl from tho of the straps showed the presenco of Methodist ministry for divorcing his wifo and immediately marring aiin enough arsenic in them to kill an adult The abolition In Philadelphia courts of Fall of ths Basiie the absurd verbiage or common law forms of action is a long stride in advance bv New York Ju 14 The French societies law the most conservative of th sciences of this city to day eclebratci the fall of Yet this very step was taken i Ohio and the Bastilo by a parade audjdfcrciscs in aost of Tthe Western States ten or fifteen ono of tho up town parks fAt the park years ago thero were frequent interruptions of tho MabgahetDoxxellsox better known as proceedings by cheers for Botlanger An Aunt Peggy the oldest inmate of the original ode one verse of whlb referred to Pittsburgh Home for Aged Colored Boulangcr as falling upon the encmr like Women claims to be 130 years old and an avalanche and maldngftaRhino red certainly is pretty near that age She has with blood was received JUi wild ap- Â¬ lived in Pittsburgh since it was a frontier plause Medals with Boulers head fort She is active and rigorous for nor and the statue or Liberty cngfcvd thereon wore distributed among tho ltiics Pres Â¬ Since the first of the year a farmer of ident Cleveland sent a Icttsrlif regret ML Sterling Ky Howard Williamson Jacob Sharp Sentenst has undergone a singular affliction His New Yohk July 14 Judgeirrett this leg began to harden early in the year left and has gradually ossified until it is now afternoon pronounced senlcaie upon Jathe report goes liko a pfecqof sculpturÂ¬ cob Sharp convicted of bribia aldermen His punishment was fixed atfour years He suffers no pain from it ed Barbie imprisonment and a lino f SJOIX A X Michigan woman has mado a unique strong appeal for the pnmmm lnkaafrTlu material- MprisonVsaUoebuttho thread white sad the entire dress is hand tho m st 9- iuuui yuni mjreyz sf creefceted Work beautifully flowered anrt stratf sad ten thousand yards ot threati Herr Krupj DeadM were m im ceasiruction Thesleevca BERtrx July 14rFriedriKrupp the croWtdi the proper shapo and are well known nietaljbttndor and fasieaedln by a lock crocheted stitch It gigantic steelGerman gun manufacticr lid to beMtifn and Mrs M1imicr day I his villa aearEiMnAehii Pruv six abates cesipietiBg it rBr jvrupp wa imrn niBijVvi in Â¬ Â¬ Nfwakk O Julyli- - The lives of two persons a mother and chiitf were saved here by the hcrnitrconductota young lidv MissaEmma Mcistcr rcsiScg on SUiud bcrry street The little sen of Mr and Mrs John Churchill wandered away from home and fell into the fe devlicrcit was discovered The nlaun w given and Mrs Churchill rushed to tSb water and leaped in to save her chip As soon as she got hold of it she fiiatrd away ami could not reachshorc MisvMcistcr who was close by Seeing how Batters stood and that unless soinelhingSvas done tho mother and child would dSwn was not long m deciding and immediately acted by rescuing the two herself tt the risk of CoifMriA S C July 13 Letters arc frequently received here from many of the colored people who emigrated from this State to Liljcria several years ago in which woful tales arc told of their condition in that country A few days ago a colored man on John D Tylers plantation in Lancaster County received a letter from one of his kinsmen an intelligent negro who went to Liberia in the Azor in which ho pleads most eloquently for means to return to South Carolina Ho says that he and his com panions will enter into solemn obligations to woi k the balunce of tlwlr days Tor any persons who will pay their passage back to this country He represents himself and others who wont with him from lin castcr County as being in a most pitiable condition bordering on starvation Ho says they have not so much as seen a piece of meat for twelve months and as for bread they hardly get enough to keep body and soul together Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Exciting Runaway tltfjri-port-- Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TirriN O July 15 Just as Miss Anna Kirchner who had driyen to town was about to hitch hor horse tho animal kicked her injuring her severely The horse then dashed up a crowded street over- Â¬ turning the buggy and wrecking it and starting several other teams to run It then took to the sidewalk winch was crowded and ran for Tour squares on it-Eli Knillie received what isJtlnjughtaUUujurm JVluie tho horse was running up Jefferson street a girl became paraly7cd ivith fear and being unable to move out or the way f ill flat on the sidewalk in front of the horse The animal jumped completely over her however and sho was not lnjureJ uiid soon recovered from her fright A small boy was severely kicked and a gypsy wo man frightened into fits A number of children had narrow escapes Â¬ Â¬ Ghaslly Prescnls Â¬ Â¬ London July 15 A battle between the troops of the Ameer of Afghanistan and the insurgents recently took pi ice at Mashaki south of Uhuzni and the Ameers forces were victorious They arc said to have sent the heads of two hundred or tho slain to Cabul A large force subsequent-Â¬ ly defeated the troops of tho Ameer who is now sending reinforcements to his army Soldiers Homo Sold Â¬ Â¬ HAitnoiMtijrii Kr July 15 Tho Sol diers Home formerly the Fimner Har rodsburgh Springs was this day sold un der the hammer under and by authority or an act or Congress approved December it ISSi to Air E H Gaithcr Tho tract contains UfXi acres or beautifully lo- Â¬ cated woods and fields and was knocked down at 111001 cash Â¬ Â¬ Cmcvro July 17 The hot weather of Saturday was intensified to day and thcro jJ Aond morning added to the death deaths from sunstroke wero was much suffering throughout tho city 25cd yesterday and as many more At seven oclock this morning tho mercury inorning and CGJ babies less than a had reached JO degrees and by eleven yeatoto fell sick last week and died from was at 100 The maximum 102j oclock it and the hottest weather experienced in thofciat There were about 135 deaths al Chicago in years was reached by one togetfeer reported un to noon andonlv oclock and tho temperature remained halfio day over iciii Pa July IS A good brcezo nearly stationary until five oclock At eleven oclock to night the latest returns anAsllght drop in the temperature mado show that sixty two persons havo died Ilfcj0 e endurable to day although tho cither in or on the way to the various hos Hratc was the largest known in pitals in the city since Saturday morningxuJjEr Scvccn sudden deaths from tho xnese Heaths were all tho dirccVTesulf yvclrloTiMedtothccdroueriiirto of sunstroke or heat prostration A num- - noonand nearly twice as many persons bcr of the patients in the hospital arc ina were prostrated who will recover state of coma to night and the physicians y Clvcinnati July 17 To day was the worst of the season the thermometer at consider their cases hopeless Louisville Ky July 17 This is tho 4 oilock registering 105 deg in the shade hottest day of tho prevailing hot term1 Ovq eighty cases or prostration occurred During the day ten people eight men and in tlis city with twenty eight fatalities retwo women were prostrated with ratal ported results and a much larger number who NJw Youk July IS Tho mortality will recover amig the horses in this citv has been un- St Louis July 17 To day was tho usuilly great during the heated term ln hottest of the month and every day has the last fortnight tho horses have No thermometer registered beep dying at the rate of forty per day been hot less than 101 and most of those on the Sinre June 1 over ten thousand horses streets marked as high as 100 in the afterÂ¬ hajJ died Less than that number died noon Sixteen inquests were held b3 the injApril and May the record showing coroner Eleven of them are victims of abeut two thousand dead horses for the heat and most of the latter died last thaquartcr ending June 30 exclusive of night and this forenoon A number of thfthorscs which were burned to death in this afternoons sunstrokes will also prove theBelt Line car stables All the street fatal cacompanies have lost hoiscs during the PiTTsnuuoii July 17 With the excephot weather but the Belt Line lost the tion of one day in the summer or 1SS1 to Â¬ most because it had imported so many day has been the hottest in this city of grten horses to take the place of thoso which there is any record At two oclock th jl were burned up in tho stables The this afternoon the mercury in the Governcoapany has lost about four hundred ment thermometer in a sheltered place hoiics since tho tire eight feet above tho ground had crept up to 101 degrees and at midnight is in the i Married Women and Public Lands high nineties There has been a great Tasiiinuton July Is Acting Secretary deal or suffering throughout the city and Muldrow of tho Interior Department to innumerable cases or prostration by tho dasrendered a decision according to marheat including five fatal cases of sun- ried women the right to enter and pur stroke chase timber and stone lauds under the Cincinnati July 17 This city is at law governing tho sale of such lands m present an ovon in which thrco hundred thcsSUitcs of Mississippi Louisiana Cali- Â¬ thousand people are boiling ami baking fornia Nevada Oregon and Washington from the heat which Old Sol pours down Territory This law allows the sale of from the heavens iwith pitiless persist lands obviously unfitted for agricultural ency and the morcury ascended above one purposes at a minimum price of hundred Sixteen deaths occurred from two and ono half dollurs per acre sunstroke to day and to night with a in of tracts to not exceed score or more of serious prostratious 1C0 acres to any one person or association Piuhkelihia July 17 With the single The Commissioner of the General Land Of exception of JulyS 1S7G to day has been fice in the case of Isabel Doryea involv- Â¬ the hottest for over thirty years At two ing an entry of land in the Humboldt Dis oclock this afternoon tho thermometer trict or Calirortiia decided that the law register ICJ degrees iu tho shade Up to a did not contMnplatj marricl women as late hour to night about thirty cases or separate Trom their husbands in such en sun stroke were reported Tourtcen of tries and that but one entry by the heads which resulted fatally of the family could be allowed The Sec- Â¬ x retary reverses this decision and allows1 Disastrous Fire a married woman to make entry on the TericeIIaite Ini July 17 About 1113 ground that sho acts as a femme sole in to riight the Tcrre Hauto Car Works em making the purchase ploying about 750 men and covenngan area of twenty acres of ground were discovered V Unutterable Crucltv to a Child to bo in a blaze TCcwatchmnnTwhowaTpCK eating his supper did not discover it until most inhuman murder comes from Biver tho fire had obtained some headway Tho Side Ark It seems that a man living wholo fire department was soon on the near that place had a step son five years scene but was unable todo effective work old whom he greatly disliked He was not being able to get at tho works on ac- known to treat him most cruelly beating count of the poor entrance and can not him in a terrible manner once putting one save any of his property excepting per of the little fellows eyes out while whip haps the molding shops Tho total loss ping him A few days ago he beat tho will be about 100000 with between 50 child in u horrible maimer and then tied 000 and 00000 insurance Tho fire has hinv by tho wrists to a stake in the hot been raging for two hours with no sign of sunwithout food or water until he died abatement Fifty new cars were totally Just hew long tho child was loft thero is destroyed not known but the cords at the wrists hndcut into the flesh and the wounds Counterfeiter Arrested were filled with worms The fiend find Chicago July 17 Adam Backe who ing his victim was dead armed himself has for some time been manufacturing andtook to the woods The childs mother and circulating well executed silver hair sccbs indifferent over the affair dollars was arrested by LT S Secret British Sealer Seized Service officers His method or making the coins was different from any ever Sin Fhancisco July IS By the Alaska known to the Secret Service officers In- Confmcrcal Company steamer Dora stead of using the customary plaster of whim came In to day from Ounalaska 1aris or metal molds ho cast tho coins in information is received of tho seizure of small earthen molds such as are used in twdvcssels for sealing within the limits iron foundries In this way he would cast prescribed by tho LT S Government Tho six at one time and the molds were so craits aro tho American schooner Chal nearly perfect that the coins had every lenge from Seattle and the British steam appearance of being genuine By this schooner Annie Beck hailing from Vicmethod tho molds were constantly chang- toria The seizures wcro mado by the U ed so that the counterfeits bear many dif-Â¬ S revenue cutter Bichard Bash and the ferent dates vessels and crew were sent on to Sitka ln Cvery part of tho Clty Wclcomo breeze that sprang up rueveiiing saved many lives - but a sufferer was past all help and tho jTwcuty Jni summation o we villainy It While those who fought and who was nnrtisan n ness which might as the result of have so much to forgive lead in the have been exci how wicked a little temporal enthusiasm bavins pleasant ways of peace Wvantage but a appear the traflic in sectional hate and In view a b tho stnircrle w w it became more the betrayal of patriotic sentiment cc These words of tho 1rcsident of the and more acid ed and vindictive h tho partv must United States combining the loftiest and malicious Crfl patriotism with a sober censure of re Â¬ have learned ti b nil flinart tcnftl o iiuuna apprehension that cent intemperate utterances concern Â¬ of uncertainty ing the rescinded battle flag order it was InsistiB spoil the greatest ballot box and frenzied appeals to passion for un- Â¬ crime against will confirm and therefore agaii every good citizen worthy purposes ad known Tho extend the feeling of confidence and that the count respect which is entertained for the people will nevefttoudone it never declaration is Administration by a vast majority of said Mr Tildo Tho people the people of this country They are tho solemn e the words were the words of a man who conceives for meant at tho f a million of the patriots a nobler duty than the sys Â¬ spoken within f that part of the tematic treasuring up of the memories popular vote Srkiiif Mischief Maker TARIFF REDUCTION nirtAricsl Facta Relating to the KaTet f Tariff Rate ou Itevenne A representative opponent of all re Â¬ form in the National revenue lays it down as a fundamental and unques- Â¬ andtlieyisible syinbolHroliscrrstife Â¬ Â¬ a more useful occupation than tho and fiery iteration of frequent ifisputcs which none principles and which arc no where mor heartily and fully recognized than among those whose defeat cstablishedhem forever They come from the hcyK of a Presi- Â¬ dent whose election marked the close of the war period tW first President of the completely rc united Republic and they evince a love of country such as the traffickers in sectional hate cer- Â¬ tainly can notfccl and probably can not comprehend Yet this is only a single sentence among many equally notable in tho Presidents letter to the Secretary of the Philadelphia Brigade upon the reunion on the field of Get- Â¬ tysburg of tho Union of soldiers who fought there with such desperate valor twenty four years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SnEinvviLLE an from Â¬ his-- house by burglars recently Tho robbers overlooked i0000 in coin Yes- Â¬ terday Tolly was persuaded by his wife to bring the coin to this city and deposit it in a bank The coin was in one package and two men were required to remove it from the wagon Overlooked the Largest Pile 111 July 15 James eccentric farmer had 1500 Tolly stolen 0lo uf -- - Â¬ w ni I kfiiy - Â¬ - tli From Lock Jaw ing the shut down of tho blast furnaces on A Burglar Shuffles OR in Jail account of the coko strike the ore ship SrsiNoriELi O July IS This morning New Yoiik July 17 John Booncy alias ments from the lakes show a large in- Boddy Dugan twenty four years old ex Constable Mohr died in great agony of crease over last year and it is estimated hanged himself to a cell door in a Brook- Â¬ lock jaw Two days ago a team ran away that the production this year will bo a lyn jail to day Rooncy was a noted New with him dragging him some distance on million tons In excess of what it was in York burglar and was confined in jaiJ the ground Lock jaw set in yesterday 1SS0 waiting trial on a charge of burglary and he died this morning He was a prom- Â¬ inent member of tho K of L Hydrophobia at Detroit Double Drowning PiTTSiiUKon Pa July 17 A skiff con Detroit Mich July 15 Bernard J Violent Love and Cold Poison Michenfelder son of a wealthy brewer taining two iron workers named Leopold VTkemont O July IS John dicdjthis morning from hydrophobia He Obcrackcr and Max Schillcn capsized in ilillcrsvillc was discarded by aYounir of Fremont wasfrittcn by a pet dog live weeks ago the Allegheny river this afternoon and girl named Kate Tepy Ho went to her OaTuesday the first symptoms of hydro- both men were drowned Their bodies bouse to night and after repeated threats phobia appeared and after suffering ter- Â¬ were recovered and will bo sent to their to kill her went out in tho yard andtook ribly he died after one of his convulsions clatives in Cleveland strychnine Ho is in a precarious condi tion The girl is prostrated A Liberal Law She Did and Died l Washington July 15 Tho Treasury 17 Mrs Edward Bcebe Toledo O July Steel Gun Forgings Department has decided that thero is last night wanted her husband who was Washington July IS The Secretary of nothing in the contract labor law to pre Â¬ drinking to go homo with her He re- Â¬ saw clearly that the agitators were vent American citizens who may reside in fused and she threatened to take mor the Navy has accepted the proposal of tho bawling about a thing that didnt ex- Â¬ Midjalo Steel Company for about sixty Canada from engaging labor in the United ihine He told her to take it and sho did They could make no sane person five tons of steel gun forgings at a total ist States ind died to day cost or 53355 05 believe that Grovcr Cleveland wa- a Practical Joke copperhead or that there was any- Â¬ Didnt Read the Newspapers Dainty wreaths of llowcrs tho July 17 Lorenzo work of hands IlTTsnunfiii Pa Administration a dispoÂ¬ that lost their cunning where in his tho Tcscola III July 15 W m F Kissell xries of Altoona Pa was sleeping on a three Confederacy iu tho sition to put proprietor of the Beach House to day pre- Â¬ aft in tho Allegheny river this evening thousand years ago have lately saddle It was a false alarm whose been found in a subterranean gallery sented two drafts amounting to 1533 at when some boys wishing to play a practi the First National Bank of this city al joke upon him pushed him into tho near Thebes where with the royal mum Â¬ falseness was everywhere recognized drawn by the Farmers Bank of Muncie vater and he was drowned None of the mies they adorned they had remained even by those who raised it And now Ind on the Fidelity Bank of Cincinnati oys have been arrested undisturbed during half the wholo the Presidents Gettysburglcttcr comes which collapsed Juno 21 to put further difficulties in the way of Kissels eyes period of historic time They partially opened very wide when tho cashier inYellow Fever Record the persons who are pursuing what a formed him they were worthless He had Ket West Fla July 17 No new cases retained their fragrance and even late lamented fabulist described as a theif color had not entirely disap- Â¬ been carrying tho drafts since May 31 f fever since yesterday But two deaths of all cry and no wolf N Y and had not heard of tho great financial rlccord now stands Total cases to date peared They must have been a costly policy Times cash at Cincinnati He feels the loss 119 deaths 32 sick now 57 discharged luxqry in a country described by the severely cured 30 prophet Zecharriah as a region whero THE FRAUD OF 1876 there is no rain Boston Transcript Fatally Burned by a Gasoline Explosion Startling Discovery A Bit of Hlttory Which the Voter of Wheeling W Va July 15 To day Aurclia Thta Country Muit Not Forget Ah darling I fear that Indianapolis Ind July 17 Last night Win Curtis a prominent young man of Some Vow York newspapers are on the police found a quantity of dynamite you do not love me as you should West Liberty this county was burning with some burglar tools concealed near fonsonby What put such a horrid the stool of confession with regard to tho paint off a wagon preparatory to re the Vandalia depot and thare was enough idea in your head I will proclaim my the great crime which gave Mr Hayes painting using the flame of a kerosene of the former to blow up aJargc building love- - to all the world the position to which Mr Tilden was Amelia torch The torch exploded and the itame There is a supposition that thero is a plot Would you dear Then just pro- Â¬ elected and when certain men fall out coming in contact with the mouth of a gal to rob a bank and the detectives havo been claim it to paw and maw It makes a honesty stands some chance of vindi lon can of oil it exploded also and Curtis given thu case girl feel so much safer in these brcach-- cation It appears to be a question was fatally burned of promise fays Philadelphia Call whether Bill Chundler or Zach Blown Up by Dynamite Wiled by a Boiler Explosion Chandler was the chief guilty individ Â¬ Faiiimocnt Ini July 17 A building It is always more or less painful ual but this is a matter of not much Cleveland O July 15 At tho Boiler leased by Ira M Smith with tho intention to ee things fading away as Are works of Smith it Teachout in Broadway The bogus claim was to day a boiler exploded while being test-Â¬ of starting a saloon was blown to pieces thusa remarked when her tinted silk importance eagerly seized immediately upon its and the office of tho Fairmounir Vcm ad hosiery came home ed and a fragment instantly killed Augcleau bleached suggestion by tha great Republican binfug was wreckod ust Fox a workman froitfthe laundry Commonwealth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Heavy Iron Ore Production FiTTSitcnGH Pa July 15 Notwithstand the publication of a weekly Tour column rolio nc wspapcrcallcd the rri ton Jirrortho object or the enterprise being to benefit the prison library fund There arc four practi- Â¬ cal printers who will attend to tho mechan- Â¬ ical dcpartmcntwhile prisoner Lew Schon makcr will be editor-in-chiGeo P Dodd prison storekeeper has consented b ef at the State prison will begin about August Penitentiary Newspaper Stillwatei Minn July 17 Thc convicts f Two Hundred Were Injured to act as treasurer and business manager Â¬ The remains of all tho victims of tho recent railroad disaster have been identified Tho injured arojall doing well cxeept Mrs Zealand whoso condition is very critical It is nowdtnown that from 150 to 200 persons were injured by tho explosion Tho physicians offices and the drug shops aro crowded with patients and mauy persons seen on the streets have their heads necks or hands bandaged St Thomas Ont July IS Â¬ ago As a dignified and proper rebuke of tho self seeking partisans who have of late attracted some public attention by cm sing and denouncing the Presi- Â¬ dent this letter is well nigh matchless in its perfection A mora terrible ar Â¬ -- raignment of the Fairchilds and Tan- it X Y Uraphic ner- and other apostles of bitterness THE COLORED VOTE whom the Hag incident brought into prominence could not be framed without Why the Kcpiibllrnn Tarty Ironounces It an Uminalillrtl failure a wide departure from those stand Â¬ I have no hesitancy in declaring Â¬ ards of verbal propriety which a President is constrained to respect What that in this country negro suffrage has severer thing can bo said of a man been an absolute and unqualified fail than that his conduct shows an insin Â¬ ure said Senator In galls in a speech cerity which conceals hatred by pro- Â¬ at Abilene Kan Why docs a bittct fessions of kindness that he is a Republican partisan pronounce negro maker of frenzied appeals to passion suffrage an absolute and unqualified and that ho failure when his party has received for unwortlry purposes enjinjied in the traffic in sectional the negro vote almost solid North and is hate and tho betrayal of patriotic sen South for nearly twenty years It is With rare aptness Mr becoming a million of negro votes timent preg- Â¬ cast for the Republican part at every Cleveland packs into ono a characterization of election for so many years have failed nant phrase issue which is to secure the negro an share in the the bloody shirt se office at the disposal of the party No strictly true and stingingly If that were the reason for Mr In The traffic in sectional hate severe is a plirazc which throws the revealing galls declaration how eloquently and imterlv wljiidtcriouncc his larty lightof tho which not a few eminent for its tVeatmBnTjftho humble business in citizens of the Northern States are but faithful race to which it owes so till actively engaged And this de Â¬ much Aside from its failure to secure served censure of Fairchild and his recognition in the way of nominations kind is joined to sentiments which ap- Â¬ and offices from the Republican party peal with force to every American citi Â¬ negro suffrage tias failed in but ono other respect fit has failed to keep zen who sincerely loves his country his whole country surely can not the Republican party iu power aftcrits It be wrong writes thu President to own blunders atd crimes had turned desire the settled quiet which lights for three fourths of Iho white voters of tho our entire country the path to pros- Â¬ country against it As for keeping tho perity and greatness nor need the les- Â¬ Republican party in power white suf sons of the war be forgotten and its re- Â¬ frage has been a still more absolute than negro sults jeopardized in the wish for that and unqualitietllfailurc which insures Na- Â¬ suffrage The colored man has done genuine fraternity his best bnt to require him to keep in tional pride and glory The obliteration of sectional lines power a party tiat persistently arrays Â¬ and the quieting of sectional passion against itself an overwhelming majority of the working men of the far moro Â¬ arc precious results of Mr ClevThe extent to which numerous whitcrace is asking too elands election these results have been achieved is not much St Louis Post Dispatcfu yet generally recognized It is meas- Â¬ HIS reaC ured to the public eye bj- - the increas A riuilbe KxpUnattou or John Sher ing frequency of reunions and of ex- Â¬ inan Appartnt Inconsistency changes of greetings between the sol- Â¬ Is it conceivable that within ten diers of the Union army and those who the two subjoined days of each fought against them The coming of expressions other of political sentiment pro-Â¬ the survivors of Picketts division to ceeded the accommodating the field of Gett3sburg on the invita- Â¬ larnyx offrom Hon John Sherman of tion of thePhiladelphia Brigade marks Ohio The first is the fact the growth of the new feeling But is from Yet such Mr Shermans reply to the in- Â¬ the change has been most conspicuous- Â¬ vitation The to go to Gctt3sburg ly demonstrated by the character and second- is from his letter congratu- Â¬ the limitations of the pow wow about lating his action in the the flags It was led by General 1air matter Foraker on flags of the battle chikl a professional old soldier It Now that all alike I have felt leenly vas helped on vociferously bj- - Corp feci that an lndcstruct the tendency or public Tanner another professional old sol- Â¬ ible Union binds us to opinion especially in cities to dier and chronic office seeker And gether there should be commercialthing honor - newspaper editors to a cordial and hearty yield every it was kept up bfclluvcsblp between the Included to the spirit of the rebellion A halt whom as to the two gentlemen we blue and the gray has been railed Have named the incident seemed to The honest fellow feels and he feels have been providentially furnished in for Some days he feels one way some days an unprccedcntcdly dry time use against the Demo Â¬ the other way partisan But on all days of the week and at cratic party But the crcat mass of all hours of the day John Sherman tho people of tho Not th were wholly unaffected by these frenzied appeals feels that he is getting pretty well to passion They wero moved neither along in years and that 1838 is his last y apprehension for tho permanency of chance Whatever apparent inconsistency the results of the war nor bv any of sympathy with those whowere there may be in some of his utterances sort loTTnMn nn xr Tiioli lintlnnf Tnlii ctifrasrcd in the traflic in hate Ihc tin i nnl Sherman is running for Fresidentis good sense of the South in treating the outbreak with the contempt it de- Â¬ short simple and straightforward X served responded to this feeling of in- Â¬ His platform is Now or never difference at the North The loyal cit Â¬ Y Sun h izens of both sections of the country SPIRIT OF THE PRESS jiwtWord-over-tha-bjuo Â¬ repentance so Mar a3nthey nave not are only a afieruty been presenteu question of time The people do not believe in crime against the system which is designed to make them sov Â¬ ereigns The younger voter is not a person of the CJia ndlcr IIayes kind The time is coining when tho Chand lers and Hayeses and the Shermans will take ignominy and be remem bercd after the manner of the immor tality won by Benedict Arnold Let us not meanwhile make the mistake o conferring the ignominy merely npoi individuals The part was made ux of men of that kind if they did not all bear thoc names It was the Ropub liean party that put Hayes in his seat It was that party that concocted am supported and hurrahed for the schem that ended iu that most consummate o all political rascality Confession i as good for the Republicans as an other soul but no mere man or set o men must be permitted to cam th great weight of that stupendous crime It was the party that did it and th voters of this country must not forge v VjC y- iTnilr0 rr-mevir- tionable fact that tariff reduction on any article yielding a large rcvenno wotdd not diminish but would increase Upon th receipts of the treasury this absurd basis it builds an argument against trying to stop the accumula- Â¬ tion of a surplus in tho treasury by lowering the duties imposed by Con Â¬ gress the allegation being that if tho coddled manufacturers have any of their war bounty protection repeated they will shut up shop discharge their hands go out of business go a fishing while their workmen will till leavls the towns for the country and hire out to the farmers ami hence more goods il and ui ja-gsill jtwsji iinmmTi i SiclY sanTCUIlect ijc mmLiis2rmT nrya - h b n WfsiTSJfcr talk would not be wortli noticim it were not a fair specimen of the stereotype misrepresentations of tho champions of the subsidy system InÂ¬ stead of dwelling upon the inherent self evident and palpable absurdity of 3 this claim it is proposed to see what experience has proved as to the rela tions of high or low tariffs to impost revenue This is not an issue of loprio but of fact The first tariff act 1798 Avas levied because the new Federal Government was in imperative need of revenue The duties imposed were from 6 to 10 per cent The rate was increased a little from time to time to meet the public demand for money The rev- Â¬ enue therefrom increased with tho growing population and higher tax from 1443071 in 1792 to 16363n50 in 1S08 the population havingdoublcd in the meantime Then the tariff was reduced and the revenue immediately Before tho war of dropped down lSl--l- o Was the tariff was doubled that done to lessen the revenue one half Did Congress want to reduce the financial resources of the Govern Â¬ ment on the threshold of a second war with England Whatever the in g tentson tho effect was an increase from S to 13 millions or ncarry double the revenue According to the claim in the fool extract the effect should have been a reduction to about 5 millions Durinjr the last year tho low tariff of 1821 was iu operation the revenue fell to 7 millions for six tmonths and tho first year under the high tariff of 1812 it bounded up to 2G millions Font years later the revenue tariff of 1816 was passed largely reducing the duties of IS 1 which remained without ma- Â¬ terial change until 1S57 During tha period the discovery of gold in Calk fornia wrought such a financial revo- Â¬ lution that the imports so increased that the revenue under a light tarift evcccduil Uto ntMttLi of r - platform - r- 1 1 Then came the so called low liorizoiK tal tariff of 1857 cutting the highest duties down to to 20 per cent and es tablishing a large free list and the ef feet was an immediate drop of the revenuc from 61 millions down to 11 milk ions proving very clearly that a reduction of the tariff means a similar rcduc tion of the revenue In 1S61 nutlet that low tariff the revenue had recedco to 39 millions and as the Southern re- Â¬ bellion then broke out and the country was confronted with civil war an in- Â¬ crease of revenue was needed Now according to our fool contemporary the way to obtain it was to reduce the duties Well did Congress reduce tin duties in order to increase flic revenue or did the increase of duties decrease the revenue Every body remember o that the increase both in dutic and revenue wcro proportionate and 0 enormous With a dozen States sc cceded and beyond custom house reach the revenue from tho high tarifl jumped up to 19 millions the next year it reached 69 millions in ISO I it rose to 102 millions in six months in 186 it yielded 85 millions in 1S66 it pro duced 179 millions and it varied fron hat amount as times were bad or booming to 220 millions in 1S82 Then canto the slight reduction made in 18S3 when the revenue receded to 195 millions in 1881 and 181 millions ir 18S5 being a falling off of 39 millions nd last year tinder improving times anil growing population it rose to 193 mill- Â¬ ions being 27 millions less than in 1882 althougnthere was G million more con- Â¬ sumers tints showing that even a small reduction of duties is instantly -cilcctcd in a corresponding reduction of revenue from the tariff ln the face of these facts of record it is simply puerile arid prepondcrous to talk about tariff reduction resulting in revenue increase As well say tho more it rains the drier the spil gets or the lower the temperature the less the fuel required A cause which needs to resort to such insano folly must bo peculiarly weak Chicago Tribune Â¬ Â¬ thCovtrnment- - t- - Black Lace Dresses it - -- Â¬ - publican stirt has o General Sherman says that the laccfloun war is over while his brother Senator oftaffct- Sherman says it is not oyer As be Â¬ butterf tween the two it is doubtless better to accept the statement of the cne that row Senator Ingalls says the colored man as a voter is a failure Sot Springs Xews And tho reason why tho Republicans think he is a failure is that he is rapidly getting his eyes open and becoming a Democrat iVl T Herald m With singular unanimity East West North and South the Demo- Â¬ cratic party is declining to fight the war over again Nevertheless lot tho shirt shaking proceed until the shirt shakers are tired of it St fyuis Re- Â¬ Black lace dresses are very simple or very elegant according as they are made A plain toilet of th43 kind has the silk lining of the waistfeut high in the neck with long sleeves The lace may be perfectly plain oyer this or else it is gathered all thejfway down It may also form plaits in Hhe style of a crossed fichu belted in on the waist Dresses made in this style serve for r-- tordinary visiting They arc more tended for dinn pose scarfs of with jet fring around the Q - K Â¬ was there About the ouly persons who think the war is not over arc f0 Chicago those who werent there Times Bel- - - - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The departments under Demo- Â¬ cratic control aro making an excellor showing for the past fiscal year one divisioa of tie Land Office J patents were issued last year as a 690 the preceding yeart and 10C letters were answered than This increased work was d fewer clerks-7- - Washington P Yrv Cr8 - - - w Jfc - M eVSX- - Vv r -- s AOhJK A r tiz -- - 3 j c 6 v te y stV3 fVV Ji32 Jf zrz A - KL Ssft K 11 - X2S vf i1 SL JNSV 3 - l WML1 deem you and th WMr Ghost who ha J I you will sit down miautes under tho a Saviour teartTrdom and feel His Free for All Who Would Have tree of life warm loreheatfand trickling Eternal Lifev cheek and hands on methinks yon would get some appreciation f what you owe to a Only Fountain That Can Slake the crucified Jesus The Heart of stoae relent relent Thirst and Allay n Longing Matter Werjr Souls Tronbles Talmages Ser- Â¬ PURE WATER OF GRACE beenaUtheeyegyo ae of your ailments The Lord will not speak Aro His graneries empty Will He feed the raven and tho rabbit and tho lion in the desert and forgot you Why naturalists tell us that tho porpoise will not forget its wounded and sick mate And do you sup poso the Lord of Heaven and earth has not as much sympathy as tho fish of the I am so near worn sea But you say out and I am of no use to God any more I think the Lord knows whether you are of any mora use or not if you were of no more use he would have taken you before this Do j ou think God has forgotten you because He has taken care of you seventy or eighty years He thinks more of you to day than He ever diJ because you think more of Him May the God of Abra ham and Isaac and Jacob and Paul the aged be your God forever But I gather all the promises to day in a group and 1 ask the shepherds to drive their flocks oflambs and sheep up to tho Behold happy is the sparkling supply Though He man whom God corrccteth cause grief yet will He have compassion Many are the afflictions of the righteous but the Lord delivcrcth him out of them Weeping may endure for a night all 1 am de- Â¬ but joy cometh in tho morning termined this morning that no one shall go out of this house uncomforted Yonder is a timid and shrinking soul who seems to hide away from the consolations I am uttering as a child with a sore hand hides away from the physician lest he touch the wound too roughly and the mother has to go and compel the and out littlo patient to come 1 come see So physician the to your timid and shrinking soul to day ami compel you to come out in tho pres enco of tho Divine Physician He will not hurt you He has been healing wounds formany years and ho will give you gentle and omnipotent inelicunent But people when they have trouble go any jQuincy took where rather than to GoJ opium to get rid of Ins troubles Charles Lamb took to punch Theodore Hook took to something stronger latwin Forrest took to theatrical dissipation And men have run all around the earth hoping in the quick transitu get away from their ms fortunes1 It has been a dead failure There is only one well that can slake the thirst of an afflicted spirit and that is the deep and inexhaustible well of the Â¬ FARM AND Who do you think the Lord is mon See his body toan Covered tnth a re ot blood girwt if- - fe a F4- f ft - st y k Tnn Hamptons Crucified ihe July 17 Iter T De eternal Son Witt Talmagc D I pastor at the Brook Jacob with a gooa dcal 0f tug and push lyn Tabernacle continues to enjoy the took the stone from wells moutli so summer in this pleasaut place Ills ser Â¬ that the flocks might the watered And I be mon for to day was on the text Wc can would that this moraingW word by the not until all the iioccs be gathered to- Â¬ blessing of God remember the hingether and till they roll the stone from drances to your miht up to the Gospel gettin the wells mouth then wc water the well Yea I take it for granted that tho sheep Genesis xxi c S A scene in work is done and now like Oriental shep- Â¬ Mesopotamia beautifully pastoral A herds I proceed to water the sheep Come all ye thirsty You have an un well cf water of great value in that region 5ia Adda around about iu white with defined longing da yoursouL You tried three flocks of sheep lying down waiting money making that did not satisfy you for the watering I hear their bleating You tried office under Government that coming on the bright air and the laughter did not satisfy you You tried pictures of young men and maidens indulging in and sculptures but works of art did not rustic repartee I look off and I see other satisfy you You a c as much discon- Â¬ flocks of sheep coming Jlcanwhilc Jacob tented with this life the celebrated a stranger on the interesting errand of French author who felt that he could not looking for a wife comes to the well A any longer endure the misfortunes of the beautiful shepherdess comes to the same world and who said At four oclock wclL I sec her approaching followed by mis afternoon I SRan put an end to my her fathers flock or sheep It was own existence ifcanwbilc I must toil a memorable meeting Jacob married on up to that time for the sustenance that shepherdess Hiblo ac- of my family And he wrote on his The count of it i Jacob kissed book until the clock struck four when he Hachcl and lifted up his voice and wept folded up his maascrjpt and by his own It has always been a mystery to me what hand concluded his earthly life There he found to cry about But before that are men in this house who arc per- Â¬ scene occurred Jacob accosts the shep- Â¬ fectly discontented Unhappy in the past herds and asks3hem why Vbey postpone unhappy to day to bo unhappy forever the slakiug of the thirst of these sheep unless you come to this Gospel well This and why they did not immediately pro- Â¬ satisfies the soul with a high deep all ceed to water them The shepherds reply absorbing and ctraal satisfaction It to the effect We are all good neighbors comes and it offers So mosv auifortunatc and as matter of courtesy wc wait until man so much of this world us Is best for nil the sheep of the neighborhood come up him and throws all Heaven into the bar- Â¬ Besides that this stone on the wells gain The wealth of Croesus and of afl mouth is somewhat hea y and several of tho Stewarts andall the Barings and all us take hold of it and push it aside and tho Rothschilds is only a poor miserable then the buckets and the troughs arc shilling compared Iwith tho eternal forfilled and the sheep are satislicd Wccan tunes that Christ offers you to day In not until all the flocks arc gathered to Â¬ the far East there was a King who used gether and till they roll the stone from the once a year to gctoaa scales while on the wells mouth then we water the sheep other side of the scales were placed gold Oh this is a thirst- - world Hot for the and silver and gems indeed enough head and blistering for the feet and were placed there to balance the King parching for the tongue then at tho close of the weighing all Gospel The worlds great want is a cool refresh those treasures were thrown among the But some one says to the audience 2ot ing satisfying draughC We wander populace But Christ to day steps on withstanding all you have said this mornaround and find the cistern empty Long one side tho scale and on the ing I find no alleviation for my troubles and tedious drought has dried up the other side are all tho treasures of Well I am not through yet I have left worlds fountains but nearlv nineteen tho universe and Ho savs All the most potent consideration for the last centuries ago a Shepherd with a crook in are yours all height all depth all length I am going to soothe you with the thought the shape of a cross and feet cut toblccd all breadth all eternity all are yours of Heaven However talkative we may be ine explored the desert passages of this Wc dont appreciate the promises of the there will come a time when the stoutest world and one day came across a well a Gospel When an aged clergyman was and most emphatic interrogation will thousand feet deep bubbling and bright dying a man very eminent in tho Church evoke from us no answer As soon a wc and opalescent and looked to the north a young theological student stood by his have closed our lipj for tho final and the south and the cast and west and side and the aged man looked up and said silence no power on earth can break cried out with a voice strong and musical to him Cant you give mo some comfort that taciturnity But where oh Christian that rang through the ages llo every in my dying liourl No said the young will be your spirit In a scene of in one that thirstcth comcycto the waters man 1 cant talk to you on this subject finite gladness The spring morning of Hock of sheep to day gather you know alfabout it and have known it Heaven Sow a great waving its blossoms in the bright around this Gospel well There are a great so long WcllL said the dying man air Victors fresh from battle showing many thirsty souls 1 wonder why the just recite to me- sfcme promises Tho their scars The ram of earthly sorrow flocks of all nations do not gather why young man thought a moment and he came struck through with the rainbow of eternso many stay thirsty and while 1 am won- Â¬ to this promise The blood of Jesus al joy Iu one group God and angels and dering about it my text breaks forth in Christ clcanscth from all sin and the old tho redeemed Paul and Silas Latimer the explanation saying We can not un- man clapped his hands and in his dying and Ridley Isaiah and Jeremiah Payson til all the flocks be gathered together and moment said Thats just the promise I and Johu Milton Gabriel and Michael till they roll the stone from the wells have been waiting for Tho blood of Jesus tho archangel Long line of choristers mouth then we water the sheep Christ eleauseth from all sin Oh the reaching across the hills Sas of joy If h bcrd of swine come to a well they warmth the grandeur the magnificence dashing to the white beach Conquerors angrily jostle each other for the preced- of the promises marching from gate to gate You among ence if a drove of cattle come to a well Come also to tLis Gospel well all ye them they hook each other back from the water troubled I do not suppose you have esOh what a great flock of sheep God will but when a flock of sheep come though a caped Compare your view of this life at gather around the celestial well o stone hundred of them shall be disappointed fifteen years of age wth what your view on the wells mouth while the Shepherd they only express lCby sad bleating they of it is at forty or sixty or seventv What waters the sheep There Jacob will rec come together peacefully Wc want a great contrast of opinion Were you ognize KacheLthc shepherdess And standgreat multitude to come around the Gospel right then or are you rigfit now Two ing on one side of the well of eterwelL I know there are those who do not cups placed in our hands the one a sweet nal rapture your children and standing j ike a crowd they think6 a crowd is vul- cup the other a sour cup A cup of joy on the other side of eternal rapture your gar If they are oppressed for room in and a cup of grief Which has been the Christian ancestry you will be bounded church it makes theai possibly impatient nearest to being full and out of which on all sides by a joy so keen and grand ana belligerent e have had people per- have you the more frequently partaken that no other world has ever been even manently leave our church because so What a different place Greenwood is from permitted to experience it Out of many other people come to it XoU what it used to be Once it was to you a that one deep well of Heaven tho Shep so did these Oriental shepherds They grand city improvement and you went out herd will dip reunion for the bereaved waited until all the flocks cwcre on the pleasure excursion and you ran wealth for tho poor health for the sick gathered and the more flocks that laughingly up the mound and you rest for tho weary And then all the flock came the better they liked it of the Lords sheep will lie down in the And criticised in a light way the epitaph so we ought to be anxious that all the peo- But since the day when you heard green pastures and world without end ple should come Go out into the high the bell tollat the gatejvhcn you went in will praise the Lord that on this summer ways and the hedges and compel them to with the procession it is a sad plapo Sabbath morning we were permitted to come in Go to the rich and tell them they and there is a flood of rushing memories study the story of Jacob and Knchcl the are inuigent tvituout the bospel or Jesus that suffuse the eye and overmaster the shepherdess at the well in Mesopotamia Go to the poor and tell them the affluenco heart Oh you have had trouble trouble there iX in Christ Go to the blind and trouble God only knows how much you AGREEABLE PEOPLE tell them of the touch that givcsetcrnal have had It is a wonder you have been illumination Go to the lame and tell them able to live through it It is a wonder Men and TVomrn Who Aro Welcome ucgt3 in Ktpry Circle of the joy that will make the latno man your nervous system has not been shat- Â¬ leap like a hart Gather all the sheep off tered and your brain has not reeled Wo all mean to be agreeable but most of of all of the mountains None scK torn of Trouble trouble If I could gather all tho us do not get any further than the intenthe dogs none so sick none so worried griefs of all sorts from this great audi tion Somo people arc naturally of nmta bhj dispositions and itcoms very easy for none so dying as to be omitted Why ercci and could putgthem in one scroll not gather a great flock neither man nor angel could endure the them to be agreeable but the majority All Brookhave not dispositions of this kind and to lyn is a flock all New York is a flock recitation Well what do you want all London is a flock all the world Would you like to have your property these people it is somewhat moro difficult Agreeable people are always very pleasant is a flock This well of the GosdcI oacK you say as people to meet Wo always feel at our againi is deep enough to put out the burning a Christian man I was becom- ease with them We havent fear thirst of the twelve hundred million of the ing arrogant and I think that of ther commenting oa every the least misslight race Do not let the Church by a spirit of is why the Lord took it away I dont take that we may make They are always conclusiveness keep the world out Let want to have my property back a wclcomo addition to any assembly and Well down all the bars swing open all the would vou have your departed friends their company is always in groat demand pates scatter all the invitations you say o I couldnt We never hcsilats to ask a favor from Whoso Jjack again ever will let him come Came white take the responsibility of bringing them them for we are confidant that if in thir and black Come red men orvthe forest from a tearless realm to a realm of tears power they will certainly grant it It Come Laplander out of the snow Come I couldnt do it Well then what do you may be at a great deal of inconvenience to wantr1 A thousand voices in the audience themselve but that doemt matter for Fatagonian out of the heat Come in furs think of Come panting under palm leaves Come cry out Comfort give us comfort For such people very rarelyothers and self their one- - Come alL Come now As at this that reason I have rolled away tho stone 1hir thoughtfulness for well of Mesopotamia Jacob and KacUcl from tho wells mouth Come all ve f orgctfulness of self are their chief charms wcro betrothed so this morning at this wounded of the flock pursued of the They aro always studying every bodys comfort and are ready at any moment to well of salvation Christ our Shepherd wolves come to tho fountain where the do just what a person mest wants done will meet you coming up with your long Lords sick and bereft ones have come Theso people are never flatterers Wc flocks of cares and anxieties and Ho will Ah says somo one you arc not old would very soon weary ot them stretch out Ills hand in pledge of his affec- Â¬ enough to understand my sorrows You were for 3n incessant Hittarer is ifofthey all tion while all Heaven will cry out Bo have not been in tho world as long as I things the most wearisome 1or do they hold the Bridegroom comcth go veout to have and you cant talk to me about my tell us disagreeable truths und r the guise meet Him misfortunes in the time of old age of being called honest Oh says some of thcs2 would bo hon You notice that this well of Mesopota Well I may not have lived as long as vou mia had a stone on it which must be re- Â¬ but I have been a great deal among old est people I always say what I think I am perfectly outspoken 1 dont telicvj iu moved before the sheep could be watered people and I know how they and 1 find on tho well of salvation to day their failing health and aboutfeel about thinking ono thing and saying another I their deIt never occurs impediment and obstacles which must be parted friends and about the lonlincss bcltcve in being honest to them that what they term honesty may rcmoTcd in order that 3 ou may obtain tho that sometimes strikes through their appear and very often is downright ruda refreshment and life of this Gospel In souls After two persons have lived to-Â¬ noss They really havent the least inten- Â¬ your case the impediment Is pride of heart gether for forty or fifty years and one of tion of being rude they generally mean You can not bear to come to so democratic them is taken away what desolation well and believe they aro honest In saying a fountain you do not want to come with 1 shall not forget tho cry or the late just what they think They have not ttio so many others It is to you like when you Rev Dr De Witt of least idea that they annoy anyboly by are dry coming to a town pump as com when he stood by the New York their seeming honesty They arc as a open grave pared sitting in a parlor sippiag out of a of his beloved wife and nftn- - tho rule thoughtless people who believe that they are not outspoken they may be silver salver 2fot so many publicans and obsequies had ended he looked down into if called dccsitful which to be sure they sinners You want to get to Heaven but it tho open placcand said Farewell my Whatever else thesa people must be In a special car with honored faithful and beloved wife Tho never are are not hypocrites in any sense mayb2 they your feet on a Turkish otto- Â¬ f bond that bound us isscvered Thou art of the word they arc very goJ poopla in man and a Tand of music on in glory ana I ain here on Ave their way nevertheless they are seldom board the train You do noj want to be in shall meet attain Farewell earth Farewell a company with rustic Jacob and Rachel To lean on a prop for fifty years and then agreeable so When thoy attend aragathering very apt at the h ou of a fricn J they andtobe drinking out of tho fountain have it break under you There were only to speak right out whatever is in their where tea thousand sheep have been two years diffcrenceibctwccn the death minds and frequently offend tome ono by drinking before you You will have to of1 my father and mother After ny their thoughtlessness The hostess issc remove tho obstacles of pride or never mothers decease mytfather used to go dom at case while a gust of this kind is In find your way to the welL You will have arounolas though looking for something the house She is always afraid of som to come as we came willing to take the Ho would often get up from one room thing unpleasant happening Frequently a woman says I do like water of eternal life In any way and at without any seeming reason and go to I she is so outspoken any hand and in anyc kind of a pitcher another room and lien he would take his Mrs B crying out Oh Lord Jesus I am dying cane and start out and some one would shouldnt have dared to say what she did of thirst Give me thg water of eternal say Father where arc you going and to Mrs K yet Im glad someboJy told her her own it was the truth anyhow She life whether In trough or goblet give mo he would answer j dont know exactly B acquaintance and the water of life I care not in what it where I am going Always looking for cultivates Mrs while iss treated to ados2of in a very short comes to me Away with all hind- Â¬ something Though he was a tender- Â¬ the same kind of mcdC nc as that admin rances of pride from the wells mouth hearted man I never saw him cry but istered to Mrs K She very soon Here is another man who is kept back once and that was is at the burial of my comes to the conclusion that Mrs B from this water of life by the stone of an mother After sixtyycars living together not as pleasant a companion as sho ciuld obdurate heart which lies over the mouth itwashardiopartAnd there are aged wish and it does not take a long tune to of the well Yoa have no more feeling on people to day who are feeling just such a convince her that outspoken pcoplo aro not this subjectithau if God had yet to do you pang as that I wait them thcro is always the most agreeable ones to the first kindness or you had to do God perfect enchantment in tell nromiscs of Agreeable people are not as plentiful as the they should be and the more wo have of the first wrong Seated on his lap all this Gospel and I and offer them tho better They are always tho these years His everlasting arms shelter- Â¬ them ujjf arm eiu to -them er L take meir arm right people In tho right placj Always you where is your gratitude J Where and ing bring I this ready and willing to help any and every to them Ss your morning and evening prayer I Gospel well Sit den oriother Where are your consecrated lives I say sit down See If there fatherthingat the body that desire their aid Thoroughly unis any selfish their whole thought appears to b to you as Daniel said to Bclshazzur The well for you CorojTaviL the Psalmist for the comfort of others Boston liudtjtl God in whose hand thy breath is and all have you any thingencouraging to offer thy way thou hast not glorified If you theml Yes saysthe Psalmist they think that tho world is coming to treated any body a bad as you have shall still bring old age they anDontbecause somebody you believed in end God you would have made shall be fat and forftfruitin treated floirishing to show that hundred live apologies yea your the Lord is uprighWgHe is my rock and has talked or acted foolishly There is whole life would have been an there is nounrighteeittneiin me Come nothing so solid in this world as simple truth Men may wreck themselves in th apology Three times a day you have Isaiah have you to say out of way but the truth is as strong as its Auaty been seated at Gods table Spring sum- Â¬ your prophesies fa thing aged people Discouragement is anothsr nam mer autumn and winter Ho has appropri- Â¬ Yes says Isaiah these to old age thorDoubt Chritiian Adsoeae for Down ately appareled you Your health from I am with thee aaJ hoarv hairs will I carry thee Wi 4tho Lord is going Whbx a young woman behaves to her fren Him your home from Him all tocarryyou yoaoi iot to worry much parents in a manner particularly tender iM Bngni surroundings of your life about your failing ignt ana laiuag and respectful I mean from principle us through Him O man --what dost thoa ubids ou get a worried for fear well as nature there is nothing good and with that hard heart Canst thou not feel some timcyou will gentle that may not bo expected from her e to want do you tfcrefe of gratitude toward the God that i Your children and ndchlldren some- - in whatever condition sho is placed yes and the Christ who came to re times speak a little JdtfHlin ro at you befiu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wo T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The oldest bank in this city or State is the Bank of New York which was originated March 15 1781 Its first president was Alexander McDougall a Scotchman who had been a sea captain and later a merchant in Xew York and still later in the revolutionary war an earnest patriot who joined the army and ruo to the rank of Major Goncral He was a man of integrity and great force of character --Tho first requisite for sUccesg in also a Scotchman wasWilliam Stetson the first cashier live stock rawing is to have a good He had been a Loyalist but this fact stock good blood and then tohamlle was overlooked in selecting a cashier it well Xo trouble to find buyers if in view of his business abilities and you have what i wanted on tho mar- Â¬ popular manners Alexander Hamil- Â¬ ket Buyers will limit you ton was one of the original stockhold- Â¬ If hens bo at liberty 100 arfcnouh ers and owned one and otic half shares for an aero but if confined of course an ofthe par value of 500 Aaron Burr acre will afford room for a much owned three shares The bank was not number In this case each hner incorporated until 1791 as there was ten or twelve hens will require a house fierce opposition to banks It was eight foot square say 200 fowU on aIl argued that if a bank should bo incor- Â¬ acre porated in tHis city the evil would Lawns may he fcrtilizedtwitliout spread and the da might come when coating them with rank stable manure thcro would bo a bank in every bo as to make them look likca barn county of this State spreading yard Pulverized poultry manarc sown ruin far ami wide and utterly de Â¬ upon the grass will sufficiently enrich moralizing the unhappy inhabitants it and at tiie same time will not disfig Â¬ of this bank ridden State The bank ure it as it will settle in amon the had its first quarters in the old Waltou Icorges square now grass roots out of sight Occasionally House in St a dressing of superphosphate is very Franklin Square which will bc re beneficial to a lawn Indianapolis membered as a dingy old building which was torn down some years ago Journal but which one hundred and three Buttered Parsnips Wash and boil in cold salted water from three quarters years ago when the square jawed and martial President entered it as the to an hour Skin and cut intpynwj thick slices Have ready iii aanec head of the first bank in the city was pan a tablcspoonful of butter and ono one of the finest buildings in that secteaspoonful bf Hour previously rubbed tion of tiie future metropolis It was t together and two tablespooasful of on June 0 178 that the officers and clerks in quaint and small clothes Â¬ milk When it hoils up put in the pars nips and shake over the fire intil boil- Â¬ rulllcs and cued hair stepped into the ing hot Serve hot in a covered dish house which Win Walton had built in 1752 as a dwelling to commence tho Farm Field and Stockman business of a bank which has had an An easy way to pack dressd poul- Â¬ exceptionally prosperous career of Â¬ try formnrkct is to lay tho birds in uni more than a century The bank has a form rows heads toward the sides of check yellowed by time drawn by the bjt and breasts up A very little Aaron Bun The form of the check clean wheat stiaw may separate the on a smaller piece of paper than is now layers but sonic packers use nothing used and in plain type was Cashier Fill the boxes so full that it wiifrequire ofthe bank paj the bcurcrJbhu Bush a littlo pressure to force thejeovets 1242206 Xew York the 21th day of down Address to a trusty agent or 17S1 August The bank also haa Golden Jlidt commission dealer checks drawn by Talleyrand and Juli Oat Meal Gems Take a cup of oat an Vcrplanck once president of the inmeal and soak it over night in one cup stitution JV Y Mail and Express of water in the morning add fine cup of sour milk one teaspoon of snlaratns RESULT OF IDLENESS one cup of Hour a little salt They are Mental Work That May baked iu iron as other gems and muf- Â¬ Tho Amount of Done Sifoly ly Kt ry Dili fins If on the first trial ou find them There is a- - much danger of hurting moist i ml sticky add a little more the brain by idlene- as by overwork Hour as some flour thickens more than Dr Furqldtaison argues that intellect Â¬ others Or use sweet milk andrbaking ual power is cued by thelistloisness powder Cincinnati Times o in which ela e- generally One of the tilings that should be in spend their lives Under such condi Â¬ every farm house kitchen or opening tions the brain generally loses its out of tfte kitchen is teloet forthc old health and although equal to the de Â¬ coats hats boots overalls jumpers mands of a routine existence is unable ind other articles that must be kept to withstand the strain of sudden emer somewhere handy when not in use and gency So when a load of work is which look so untidy when hung up in unexpectedly thrown on it in its unpre Â¬ tho kitchen If you havent anyplace pared state the worst consequences of for a closet put a cupboard across one what may be called overwork show corner of the kitchen have a shelf at themselves Similarly a man accus Â¬ the top a row of hooks around under tomed to sedentary pun nits is likely to the shelf a bov on the floor for boots bo physically injured by taking sudden and shoes and slipper cases on the in Â¬ lj too violent exercise side of the door As to the amount of mental work that may safely be done Dr Farquhar HOGS IN SUMMER eon says So long as a brain worker Fretting Wliteli Avtures a is able to sleep well and to take a fair A Sjtcm of Fair Irrcentnse of Profit proportion of out door exercise it may Upon the growth and dcvclopmen safely be said that it is not necessary made during the summer depend to impose any special limits on the ac- Â¬ largely the condition we will firjbJJi tual number of hours which he devotes pirs in the fall I have never con to his labors But when what is gen Â¬ sidered it nccp sary to keep the stock erally known as wony steps in to com Â¬ hogs fat during the summer One o plicate matters when cares connected tho essential conditions of good vigor Â¬ with family arrangements or with ous growth is comfort and an exces those numerous personal details which lively fat hog can hardly be claimed to we can seldom escape intervene or bo comfortable during hot weather when the daily occupation of life is in Then I never considered that a fa itelf a fertile source of anxiety then hog would grow as well as one kept in we find one or other of these three a good condition My plan is also tc safeguards broken down Scientific give the growing pigs plenty of chance American to exercise while they are growing Something or other wc cant say While the are young health and vigoi just what but something in the little are more to be desired than fat Wo may be able to secure a more editorial note makes me think that a rapid growth both in size and flesh Lj new man has taken hold of the Xevada TlVtciman The delay in the appear Â¬ keeping confined and feeding coneen ance of the Watchman this week is due trated food but such a course is sure to have a debilitating effect and unlcs to the fact that our wife and myself extra care is given a less growth in the took a little trip to the county seat end will be secured than if plenty o where we were detained by heavy rains exercise is given during the summer flooding the streams and carrying away with a full supply of clover so that bridge The bridge at Hunters Forks as gone so leaving our better half at the stock can be kept healthy and in good condition until in the fall when neighbor Paddocks wc came on by my Â¬ self in time to get out this weeks edi- Â¬ the weather becomes colder He has tho usuallj tion only two days late Taking the crops as they will stock hogs tunc pretty well but lie gets the words average and for feeding luring the summer one acre of good a little mixed IiurdcUc clover is worth one and a half of corn The cross sights of surveyors in Â¬ a fraction over ten of oats and threo o wheat I find it better to give some struments aro now largely made of thing else beside clover even luring platinum wire The wire used for this the summer in order to secure ttc bes purpose is drawn to a diameter of growth but only in small quantities tobout 1 12000 of an inch To accoin If theic is plenty of clover it can easily plish this fine drawing platinum wire be made the principal feed jctatthe 3 1000 of an inch is covered with silver same time my experience has been that bringing the diameter to one tenth of all things considered a variety of food an inch This is then drawn so as to will give much the best resujts and give the diameter of platinum core re Â¬ quired then the silver is eaten off with especially while the stock is growing strong acid leaving the platinum wire Bos- Â¬ If we arc able to secure a good vigorous growth dining the summer it ton Budget is much more easy to fatten in ihc fall Teacher Why were you not at I find it cheapi to feed at allsoasons school yesterday Boy 1 sprained my of tiie year so that a good growth can foot sir Teacher A lame excuse a be secured and then fatten rather than lame excuse Goldoi Days to let the stock take care of themselves until I am read to fatten and then feed thau theorv in farminjr -I- herois enough in the wife and mothcr jirowfy Sphero of satisfy the heart and J reasonable woman i -- Mnflins Take three enpft addthreoteaspoonfuls of bakin flour tier and a little salt Add onei f of milk and two cgK Bike ovennn or Sem Uun-S-- - Antiquated FIRESirjj ja bett cr THE BANK OF NEW YORK Eurly History or tho OMest Hanklns htltutlon In tlin Kniplro Mate rule In minZ The Cinnamon Tree The real cinnamon tree flourishes in many regions of tho Indian Seas in Java Sumatra Cochin China parts of India the Malabar Coat and the Phil- Â¬ ippine Islands It has become natural Â¬ ized iu South America But never is the bark esteemed so line growing in these regions as that of Ceylon and other first homes of the tree in the Orient- - For a long time the Dutch first importers of cinnamon bark relied on wild trees for their supply In the latter part of the last century planta Â¬ tions made of tho tree ha thrived so well in their Indian possesions that thej ceased to buy the bark of their na tives or their kiiifr Xaiurc How to Select a Wife Good health good morals good sense and pood temper are the four essentials for a pood wife Theso arc the mdisicusablca After them come the minor advantages of Rood looks accomplishments family posi- Â¬ tion etc With tho first four marrieiilifo Walthani PATENT MATTER NO you dress your hair how Must Proof IWatches POMPADOUR were originally made for rail way men whose service par ticuiariy required an abso lutelyftight closing case They have given entire satisfaction and their reputa-Â¬ on the head or tion ias spread so rapidly COILED HIGH neck low on the that they have become the standard Watches for Millers Miners Lumbermen Far- Â¬ mers Mechanics Engineers Travelers and others whose occupation requires a watch whichlis proof against dust French Twist or in PUFFS th MIKADO BRAIDED WIRE HAlR and moisture ROLL is a great KELP It makes Wof y Â¬ will be comfortable and happy Laddug either it will bo in moro cr less degree a failure Upon good health depends largely good temper and good looks and to some exÂ¬ tent good tense also as the best mind must be affected more or less by tho weaknesses and whims attendant on frail health Young man if your wife is falling into a state of invalidism first of all things try to hor health If she is troubled withrestoreÂ¬ debilitating femalo weaknesses buy Dr Pierces Favorite 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sweet her faco fair and rosy and removed tho defects that had obscured her beauty Sold bv druggists A had scrape an Trawler JiceorJ COOI BllKC7ES AVI NVlllo walk out In the fair moraine llght Her beauty attracts eiery ei lor iho people wh called hern frishL liy Nellie uaiidvinic ihey cry And tho rca3cn of the change is that cllio took Dr Pierces Golden Medical DisÂ¬ SWAYNES WYNEI American Waltiiam Watch Company FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST CLASS VERMIRJi THE CHILDREN vMEDIGINE HEW IEXERCtSEOAnY SWAYHE 2EH GOOD F00O 3 BE CHEERFUL ANACEiV PURIFIES YPHILXTlCj JEWELERS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA cocxl condition nnnejiMdinjrlri man wiirrrciiiji w unrr Trmrn rancn Trnm 00toV4O per acre One rjxrialljr J fino ranch of SO acres conutninir lW Wahinirton Oran v tiCM Price Another of 19 acres with Ml oranire tires cowl houc and tarn Trice lSHO Another 10 arret with Son oranire trees hotic anil liarn PricetiajM On ranch of 20 acre with 30oraie 4USE SWAYNESi amateurs violin RllPIIVO solo 0 RANGE RANCHES IN 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Mot phi nr Jlnblt rarwl in lo to SO days Xo pay till cored Ilr JT Mepbena Lebanon O Eleren conre of tndy Eizht well eulpr d oratories UT CataJvSUM ttnt fm on apiUcUvu OHIO STATE AN K E IT- -- 1144 WHEN WKITINU TO ADVEKTKniM PLEASE atote that yoa aaw the dTcrtlaenacat la thU i -fai iThe followitiff wonls in pniihc of Dn Pierces fAVOiUTE rREscnipnox as a remedy for th6e delicate diseases and weak Â¬ nesses peculiar to women must be of interest to ctPT euffcrer from such maladies They aro fair samples of tiie spontaneous expressions with which thousands give utterance tojheir senso ol gratitude for the Inestimable boon of health which has beea B restored to theci by the use of this world famed medsinc MrsBoswtll Whtte CottaceO Jons E Seoah of JItllenbcck ft writes I Threw Away writes- Soptiia V eleven bottles of your Fa Â¬ I took My wire had been Eufferinp for tio or three vorite Prescription and one bottle of your years with femalo weakness nndlhad paid Pellets I am dokir my work and have been Ker our one hundred dollar to phystsans with Â¬ for some time 1 have liad to employ help for Thrown Away out relief She took Dr Pierce Favorite Â¬ Supporter about sixteen years before I commenced taka Prescription nnd it did her moro t001 tnaa ing your medicine I have had to wear all the medicine srivt n In hoe hvlhc nhvsi- siiDDorter most of the time this have laid clans during the three years they had been practicing on her aside and feel as well as I ever did Mrs Gkoroe IIeiioer of naitul N l 1 was a great sufferer Mrs Mat Gleasox of JVtmira Ottawa Co lcticor The Greatest writes bearing down pains and frrn contin- Â¬ rhca Your Favorite Prescription ItWorks Mich writes pan has worked wonders in rny case ually acrosa my back Three bottks of your Again she writes per S I WOffiERS Havfmr taken several botÂ¬ Earthly Boon Favorite Prescription restored e to tles of the Favorite Prescription I have re feet health 1 treated with Dr for cained mv health woDderf ulJv to the astonish nine month without rroidvlnor aiv benefit The Favorite Prescription is tiie greatest earthly Don to us ment of myself and friends I can now be oa say feet all day poor suffering women attending to the duties of my household 0 j SlOO -- Â¬ -- r Â¬ -- ShL - j into a raaikctablc condition OHate years even under the most favorable conditions the profits of fcedingstock of any kind for market have bcn Tiie majority of us are work- Â¬ small ing to a largo extent for this anilwhat ever plan will give us the most profit all things considered is the plan for us to follow If properly managed a strong rapid growth can be secured with the hoo s in a good clover pasture during th sum- Â¬ mer and 1 know of no better o even more economical plan I find tlat by giving a light feed of grain a suff- Â¬ iciently larger growth can be secured to make the increased expense profitable I do not under any conditions like to Keep hogs or growing pigs in a close pen or yard during the summer51 even if it Ttere possible to secure a Abetter growth The risk of disease would be too much This with hogs is always an item and especially so with youn growing pigs I have yet to find a more profitable plan of raising hes than to have the pigs come the first of March give them a good start to grow by feeding the sow liberally and then ghing them the run of a good orchard seeded down to eloTer with a ibt feed of some economical grain niht and morning until cool weather in tho field and then penning up and finish ing off The stock niu t be kept in a reasonably good condition all summer if the best growth hi-- this plan is secured but if this is done 1 have generally been able to secure a fair per cent of profit and there is much less risk oi diseue V J Shenierd in Tu Uoff v THE MARKETS LIVESTOCK Cattle Coramontl 50 Choice llutchers 3 IJ Ci 4 0 o to 4 50 HOGS Common 5 II tfj 5 40 Good Packers 3 40 SHEEP Good to choice 5IO fi 5 75 LAM IIS Good to choice Cincinnati July 10 a FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat No 3 red 3iJ 3 70 5 T3 No3rcd Corn Lard Prime Steam BUTTER Choice dairy Choice to Fancy Creamery APPLES Prims per barrel POTATOES Per barrel Nov NEW YORK FLOUR State and Western GRAIN Rye No HAY Timothy No 1 TOBACCO Medium Leaf Good Ieaf PROVISIONS Porlc Mess Oats NoS mixed No S mixed 43 63 11 10 15 00 0 M 51 53 oo 50 15 13 It 50 12 Hi ai iii JI5 Ei M 51 r 2 5 SCO fc 61 V 3 50 S 50 2 81 WheatNo2Chtcago NoSred Corn No 2 mixed 2 bTifJ H 31 Many limes women call on their family physicist sufferini as they imagine one from dyspepsia another from heart disease axbauatioB or prostration another with painebcra or there sod a another from liver or kidney f1fHT antm tliis way thoy all present allko to themselves and tbcfreasy golnjfand indifferent or over busy doctor separate aafl distinct disease v for which lie prescribes his pills and potions assumisg there to bo such when in reality they are all only rytnptom caused by some womb disorder The physician ignorant of thw cause of suffering encourages his practice until large bills are made The suffering gets no better but probably worse by reason of tho delay wrong treatment and consequent complication A proper medicine Ike Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Airattd to the taute wftuld have entirely removed tho disease therebyoOJepelBag all those distressing symptoms and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery Mrs E F MortriAJ of No 71 Lexington SU A Harrelea- - Care Mrs G F SnuotrK Physicians EcKt Bosfon Jnis says Five years ngo 1 of Crysfn Mietu writes I was troubled with was a dreadful sufferer from uterine troubles female weakness leucorrhes and falling of the Â¬ Having exhausted the skill of three phybed Failed womb for seven rears so 1 had to keep DOCTMS sicians I was completely discouraged and so for a good part of the time I doctored with an wrak I conlil with nrfipiiltv cross the room vbTsJciana and spent large sums armr of different alone I began taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and of monev but received no lasting benefit At last ay husband using the local treatment recommended in bis Common Sense persuaded me to try your medicines which I was loath to do 1 commenced to improve at oace Medical Adviser In three because I was prejudiced against ithem and the doctors said months 1 was perfectly cured and have bad no trouble eincc I they would do me no good I finally told mj husband that IX wrote a letter to my family paper briefly mentioning how my be would get me some of your medlctees 1 would try them health had been restored and offering to send the full particulars airainst the advice of my physician He got ase six bottles of the to any ono writing mo for them and enelmbtf a ftampeA tn Favorite Prescription also six bottles of the Discovery fer velopc Jur replu I have received over four hundred letters ten dollars I took three bottles of Discovery and four of In reply I have described my caso and the treatment used Favorito Prescription and I have been a sound wosan for foa and have earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great years I then gave the balance of the medicine to sty sister who many I have received second letters of thanks stating that they was troubled in the same way and aheeured keneU la a short had commenced the use of Favorite PrescrinUom had sent tho time I havo not bad to take any aceJctBe bow fer aiKost 8150 required for tho Medical Adviser and had applied the four years local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and were much rtnttn otivnilv TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE T 3 Jealns ar ft Oats mixed PORK New Mess liJtU Western Steam No 2 Chicago sprlnff Corn No 2 Oats No 2 PORK Mess LARD Steam C6 45i 42 7 Si 15 CHICAGO 3 91 ftti 0 73 70 FLOUR Wisconsin winter GRAIN Wheat No 2 red Oift 20 ft 15 5 ftlC G 72ift C755S Ht 1 2Gi OJ 37S 70 G BALTIMORE FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat No 2 Corn Mlxcd Oats Mixed PORK Mess LARD Refined CATTLE First quality HOGS 3 ff Wif tJ4 4 0 3 C 81 The treatment of manv thousands of of those chronic weaknesses and distressing ailments peculiar to females at the Invalids Motet ana burgicai institute Huffalo N Y has afforded a vast experience in nicely adapting and thoroughly testing remedies for the cure of womans peculiar maladies Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is the outgrowth cr result of this great and valuable experience Thousands of testimonials received from patients and from physicians who have tested it in the more aggravated and obstinate cases which had baffled their skill prove it to be the THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST XSZPEBIENCE pregnancy Favorite FiesciipUca cures nausea weakness of stomach indi- Â¬ gestion bloating and eructations of gas As a soetniBir an streBctheHlBc Favorite Prescription is un Â¬ Berrine equalled and is invaluable in allaying ana subduing nervous excitability irritability exhaustion prostration hysteria spasms and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the womb It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental letr and despondency ax 44i s 16 4 CO iT17U a 0 25 7 C2 GRAIN Corn Mixed Oats Mixed INDIANAPOLIS I Wheat No 2 red- LOUISVILLE 70i SI 9D - A No GRAIN Whe3t No 2 red dCorn MixeOats Mixed pQjtK Mes LARD Steam FLOUR 1 M 75 GJ3 70 3D S9J5i ft most wonderful remedy ever devised for compounded by an experienced and skillful tho relief and cure of suffering women It physician and adapted to womans delicate is not recommended as a cure all but organization It is purely vegetable In IU as a most perfect Spcciflo for woman s composition and perfectly harmless in its effects in any condition of the system peculiar ailments Favorite Prescription la a posiÂ¬ As a powerful Invigorating tonic imparts strength to the whole system tive care for the most complicated and it -and to the uterus or womb and its ap Â¬ obstinate ewes of leueerrhea or whites pendages in particular For overworked excessivejowing at monthly periods paia run down debilitated teach Â¬ fn menstruation unnatural suppressions worn out ers milliners dressmakers seamstresses prolafsjw or falling of the womb weak shop girls housekeepers nursing moth Â¬ back feaalo weakness aateverwon re ers and feeble women generally Dr troverae bearing down sensations chron- Â¬ Pierces Favorite Prescription is the great Â¬ ic eeacsstton Inflammatioa and ulceration est earthly boon being unequallM as aa of the woas inAaauaatlOB pais and ten ia nrariat aemnnaaifd with ia appetizing cordial and restorative tonic It promotes digestion and assimilation of food temal heat DICAX JsJMCIATMK H WORLDS BISFENSABY address Br Pierres Favorite Prescription la u lecltianate medicine carefully r is a mothers cordial reHeriMr nausea weakness of stomach and other dwtressiaf symptoms cosmon to that coadrtion If of iu uso is kept np ta the latter months de Â¬ gestation it so prepares the system for many times livery as to greatly lessen and almost entirely do away with the Buffering of that trying ordcaL Favorite Prescription when taken in connection with the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery snd small laxa Â¬ tive doses of Dr Pierces Purgative Pellets Little liver Pills cures Liver Kidney and Bladder diseases Their combined use also removes Mood taints and abolishes can- Â¬ cerous and scrofulous humors from the system Favorite Prescription is the only medicine for women sold by druggista auder a positive sraarantee from tho manufacturers that It win give satisfac be re tion ia every case or moaey funded This guarantee has been printed on the bottle wrapper aadfakhfnljy carÂ¬ ried out for many years Larna feature 10ft doses six fcsaMts fer Tl t stamps for Dr t3T Send tea cents Pierces large illustrated Treatise Wt pages oa Diseases ef Women In to fM M ftM M3 Mala treat aWrFAX If IV T- - -- 3 A - It -f- CN--- - Jill 11 - W J 4 - J - -- ti is P i - -- V j ifY lis - a 3 i V v- K f-v t -- - - - r V V vJ rw H 95 tetf II sp I- X t DISTILLERY CLUBS CoMIKR PriutB a card from Mr Methenv this week without jProhibitioa bf the Liquor Traffic on Remember Senator Jas Beck special comment because of kind lliis question 1 want to express my opinion epeaku at Falton Xucilny July personal fooling and because we so as to give no uncertain eohhd f will can seo no good to result from a miatain Srich k isation as will jjrohibitthe iJGth in the afteruoou manufacture importation orssls of ftlco multiplication Ladies and Childrens Slip- admits that heof words Mr M holic liquor as a beverage Let ever voted against Mr man who want iofnanufccturc ind drink iL pers reduced in price nt against thDem J Ambeegs Sons vcuanaiHiwhenever ho thinks l but its sale as a beverace be prohibited party r John W Wythes Circular the party presents a candidate This may be a good temporance 123 Democrats of Fulton county objectiouable to the people He position and e doubt not Mr will go on foot on horse back in perhaps honestly thonghtcieve Blythes sincerity in offering it buggies wagons and carriages to land was thus objectionable bat bnt let temperance men look at it hear Mr Beck at Fulton on the the people did not say so and fairly as to practical results For perhaps tho people may not al Sotta one to ways agree with him as to tho ob- instance ifdrinkman is allowed he make and as much as Mules for sale jectionable one But the Co- pleases wont uco men be allowed By Plaut Beos Co urier attaches no special importsame privilege and if two ance to such matter No reader the not a half dozen or a hundred t why Senator James B Beck speaks of tho Courier past or recent or a whole community WHITE AND COLORED Thus is it at Fulton Tuesday the 2CUi He ever sawa line in these columns not clear that men t could form is the giant intellect of the Amer attempting to read auy mah out themselves into clubs put up a ican Democracy and he will have of tho Democratic party Men distillery make whisky for their go into or out of a party by their owii use and drink as much as an immense Crowd to hear him A few old stock Misses and own act aud will and the talk of thoy please and so long as they reading Childrens Shoes on hand yet invention out is ouly perhaps the manufacture nono for ale they jof self accusation Tbat are violating no law Would These are bargains at the prices Mr M holds himself a democrat these cluh distilleries be any inl they are selling future lucid J Ajibebgs Sons and that he may in we haveinno de- provement on tile present mer intervals so vote chankjiouses or even the saloons julj224wj sire to coutrovert Tho animus Let fair minded people compare They are speaking of organ of his card speaks for itself but this patent house AT GREATL- Yizing a K of P lodgeat Hickman we trust he may rally by tho side Uea with thedistillery club Mr Oli position of If they do the Union City and of his leader Blythe to the grand rer who favors the local option Fulton boys will render them all old banner of Democracy and plan as good intelligent citithe assistance they desire in the like Blythe see that all have the zens and which plan will have the say 3 installation Boomerang name of Buckner and noi best cHect upon the morals and Fox on their banncs Mr 31 temperanceJiabits of the people Buy the Syrup of Figs at Cowqills Deug Store g says that ho took au obligation Does not- any man know that to disconntenauce intoxicants 17 under such a law such clubs would year ago and that he will vote for bo formed opUnder Mr H F Fothe a prominent the Democracy whencvefthe can tion plan a majority the local CO can always citizen of Hickman Ky will ar- do so without violence to his feel- prohibit rived this evening and leaves to- ings or obligation and asks of i morrow in company with Mr others if their love of Democracy ITS DELICACY OP FLAYOR George Becker for Creal Springs is greater than their obligation to And the officacy of its action havo The Indies of tho Babtist 2sTETHENYS CARD where they will enjoy the benetit God Is this the party lash rendered the famous liquid frnit church jiivo a crazy supper at of the Springs for a few weeks Perhaps there are remedy Syrup of Figs immensely ho refers to In your per- - Cit v Hal last night They deserv Editor Courikr Cairo Daily Telegram others who took the same Obliga- popular It cleanses and tones sonal reference of the delegates ed iiherjl patronage and we hope Young man if you want a tion in some temperance society up the clogged and feverish sys- to the Clinton Convention you say they received it neat fitting durable Shoe go to order or league who do Uot ac- tem dispels headaches colds and that I have not voted the Demo I BARBECUE a Buchanans and got a pair of the knowledge that their right as is fevers cures Habitual Constipa- cratic ticket for many years I UraajDance at Jordan Station Ky please tion Dyspepsia and the many ills suppose you aro aware that for and Silver King Shoes the best and citizen to vote as they 1SS7 to be controlled thereby If ho depending on a weak or inactive tho last two years I have not been on 3atnfir July 30th Governor cheapest Shoo in Hickman rill be The Candidates for holds such obligation thus bind condition of the Kidneys Liver a voter here having lived at Cairo present aid addrew the people on that day faprlj coning let him preserve his Union City Cornet Hand 111 months but salo Jack Oliver is for James B science but to insinuate that and Iiowels For T T in 50 cent bestabout ISrecollection as to tho Mumc bihe of all kinds Dinner my Swayno with tne Itefrtainicntn 1 bottles by of Beck for United States Souator others who interpret that obliga- and druggists Clinton street exception of voting for St John 2o Cfiito1 Co 1 W MAKK first last and all the time Mr tion differently have not kept HiekmanKy Manufactured only for tho presidency I thought all A FLETCHER UIasaqers Beck is not a prohibitionist but their oaths smacks of a desire to by the California Fig Syrup Co tho timo that I was voting lW M AS BELL J asserts that the principle of local use the lash At leasts such San Francisco Cal tho Democratic ticket but accordJnlr 22 U option is the true solution of the men ought to be permitted to have ing to party laBh denying tho DIED whisky question a hand in selecting a nominee beA FAIR CHALLENGE rights to vote for intelligence of hia uncle B F Ealcr fore such obligation is flaunted morality sobriety etc over tho at the home Have you been in our ClothIt being Tho Courier slanderous learned reliably that narty machine Somo of thoJlT lGtfc Ss7 Leslie Hubbard infant ing room to 6ee how cheap you in their faces personal charges are holds such kindly personal feel being circulated iu some neigh parties I have cast my vote for son of luchard aim Nettie uouncr ageu can get a nice suit of Clothes ing that it is restrained from such borhoods against Mr P J Oli- to day might bo read out of the four months Down they go at OIi rfarfin nr roor lirott ne broken commenced J Ambeegs Sons cntcism asandtho communication ver the friends of Mr Oliver Democratic party I C Brechin Ii1 iSfmtyJs not remain besides anything publish this open card challenging by voting for John thtfnlth In thy rnjiliifiumortitt Aul warrants july22 4w TlixtlnkrtU te tin from our foiu we would say might be misinte- any honorable citizen to affirm ridge for President and have Fr wrtnuw that teyoad the worlds rtla Miss Estella Ponder of Mil rpreted X fit ImVjt miol Hrlt one or any of said charges under voted for every Democratic canAnil bliHiuill IimkI hall lend tin burn Carisle county killed her g Iloni through the rhimug gitts his own signature to tho end that didate since until St John ran Belfjwith poison one day last week Auntiii Good RexnltM In rvory Cme I oven voted for Horace Grecly Before taking the deadly drug she D A Bradford wholesale jiair ieiier the proof of their falsity may bo for President Had I refused or Wrote letters to her relatives in of Chattanooea Tenn writes thai lie was produced The charges referred voted for Grant I would have been A A DAVIS which she declared her intention seriously afflicted with a severe jjold that to are iu substance ns follows a Republican according to Dem pettled on hin lungi had tried rany rem1st That ho is an habitual M of destroying her life She is do Which is thoi ocratic dictates Ilng scribed as handsome accomplish- ediesDrwithout beueit Discoveryinduced to drunkard for Con Kin2ew try 2nd That on the day of the pri- greatest sin to vote for a Repubed and IS years of age JIICKJIAA KY sumption did so anl ws entirely cured mary election in Hickman ho laid lican Democratic nominee or a Syrup of Figs the best lax- by use of a fewinbattles- - Since which tme around the saloons treating peo- Democratic Prohibition nominee his family for aHCouglis he has used it OfiUt Clinton Streel Irtclrdc Block party ative Sold at and Colds with best re suits Thj is the ple aud ruu a hack to carry anti Where was your Democratic KeprecnU the following old and relia Cowgills Deug Store experience of thousand whose lites have temperance voters to tho polls anH principles when you put up be companies North America Phoenix beer saved by this Wonderful Discovery- His friends aftirm that lie is not Horace Grcelv as the National Hartford Lancashire and the St Pnu UX lrge nuv evon a constant standard bearer of the Demo Fire and M iriiu Inpumiice Comttany I a drunkard Nfttnke pleasnre in saying Trial JJottles tree at all Ururcif ir Bottles SI Why did you not Abo the Equitable Life Insurance Coin drinker nor was ho in a saloon or cratic party that IIonvSamue Giliead Bettis f i did he treat any on tho day of tho read them all out of tho party iiany of New Yttrk of the StatebtvMichigan will deOn ill MURDER MOST FOUL liver a Jeoturo o Prohibition in primary olection They say that then or havo they all been conSinco men that back jPtto irowiioiincn vro foand for maiiv years past it has beouJ verted the Baptist ehurcht July 2ud CommsKsiotifcr M Notice FiilfoiiCIrrulfCaiirtAll are invited to attend Come Saturdav last near XewMiulnfl customary to run hacks in Hick voted for Horace Greely known JT BoVmger c to- - man on election days and that the to be a Republican of the deepest you will hear a fine lecture Mo floating in thoTiver ieu vs W W Gardener gether with a grass rope and hack used on this day in the in- - dye hoisted on tho country by tho G J Bolinjjer he Order of reference and of Oliver controlled party to talk of reading out DemNow is the time to get bar attached to tho ropo were sniKera tcrest friends not washhnself and ocrats let me ask how many did GJBo1ingrAPIff nee and by his by gains in Spring and Summer precisely as fishermen vot- - you read out then of the that it carried at Deft H Goods We are determined to also too iron bolts One 6hotjers alike and all democratic one was thai a number of I expect tho leaders cf the Ttilinoftrelhereby given to the creditors Notice i sell out clean and offer big bar rneu the older through the head anil tne outer wen Known proiumuonists Tvent Moscow convention were that to of Harriet Bolinger and It M Bo linger gains iu this line undersigned Commissioner of the from out all his skull crushed J Axbergs Sons had of the head Thein oUer the in it to the polls and voted for occur now would readand take of that the Circuit Court under an order in ap- Oliver Ftilinn a top the Democratic party July 22 4 wj attend at the stvled cauo pears to have been about 40 years His friends ask that those who new start with headquarters at theabov Clerks office iawill Hickman Ky County A correspondent informs us old and dark complected and may have by hearing or otherwise Moscow from the date hereof until the second that Mr Bone the Independent the younger a boy 1G or 17 and assisted in circulating such char and Mr Editor I claim to cling to Monday in August 1S37 to receive fend Prohibition Democratic candidate both are judged to be Germans ges will aflirm tho same under Democratic principles and believe hear proof of claims against said dr is a clever man etc Wc dont and perhaps fishermen The their own proper name or as fair as you say that prohibition should ants and that ail claims not preoented to within by doubt it and weknowMr Blythe bodies were taken from the river and honorable men assist in mak- - not be a political issue but when him and proven ns requiredwill law forever be the time specified abote to be such Bnt in all courtesy to an inquest held and bmied by jing tho correction tho Democratic party presents a these gentlemen and their sup- the Missouri authorities ihc fact candidate objectionable to tho porters the Courier prefers a tliiit one was Rhnt tlirnuill t He FROM SOUTH CAROLIN- A- people who havo said as much by Master Commissioner F C C straight Democrat without any head and the others skull crushed RECOMMEND THEM their previous verdict then l rise handle to the name THE WEEKLY SELVES and the two tied together lis cerabove party and select a man I were killThere will be a special meet tain evidence that they Mr Allen Leard Chester S C think will represent the best ining of the Y M C A at the ed and thrown in the riverfand of writes As your medicines have terests of the people and that man New UU IMIML Methodist church Sunday after- course at some point above very proved themselves to be the best 1 think Is J W Blythe of Fulton Madrid The weather being noon at 1 oclock for ladies and Chill Cure and Cough Syrup in Kentucky the Association earnestly request warm it is said that drawned the market they need no recomMr Editor Tarn a Prohibitionist all tho members of each church bodies will rise in about three mendation Prepared by R A from principle having taken an One Tear 75c in Hickman and vicinity to be in days which would indicate that Robinson Co Wholesale drug- obligation 17 years ago to disattendance Visiting members these men were killed perlp8tho gists Louisville Ky Sold at re- countenance by all honorable 6 Months 40c irom Union City Y M C A are early part of last week an4 drift tail by Druggists generally means tho use in the community ing witu tne low waier cunv m expected Everybody invited of intoxicants which I havo kept were probably murdered ai some The Rov Mr Bettis a distin to this day Can all men having Buggy Harness We have point between Cairo and iSckman some fine good well made Bug and thrown into tho riverjbutso guished temperance orator from taken the same say as much or BEgTlp dHEApEpT pjgiq gy Harness which we will sell far tho Courier has njt been tho State of Michigan lecures at is their love for Democracy greatI Published vjery cheap- - It will pay you b ahlp in hpnr nf nnv killings Or tho Baptist church to night and er than their obligation to God As long as I can vote for the we hope ho will have a good aucall and see before buying else- drownings that would explain the dience Hennas bcenjjlecturiug in Democratic party without doing WrjA S HAYS Editor where t mystery and Elder Gardner violence to my teelmgs and obliJ Ambergs Sons P S These floating bodies aro Tennessee who have heard him gations I will do so as ray first July 22 4w Contains tho news of tho World pretty certainly identified as the and others many references commend choice When I cant I will se up to dato of publication Bead- Â¬ Mr Pat Cusick the wel bodies of a tinker aud son wno as also au able him as forceaole and en- lect another looking to the best ing Jitter interesting and in- Â¬ known tinner has opened a Job remained in Hickman several days tertaining speaker instcrests of the peoplo not the structive to every homo contri- Â¬ Shop up stairs over Wittings last week and passed o down party representing sound morals to Music Song Art grocery aud is prepared to do the river in a covered skit The ideas always looking np but never bution Acrrtonlhirn flnd Oom them all kinds of repairing roofing description exactly suits SYRUP OF FIGS down for a candidate guttering c Give him a call Tho supposition is that they were Manufactured only by the Califor ma- - xnerconi Mr or leave orders at Wittings gro- murdered and robbed and their nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco biiity Editor 1 feel my great this MaMe Market ReDorts you in bodies thrown iu the rivpr but Cab is natures Own true Lax- nn4 4ni to cope witunAnmHAMM nl cery av aA 4 there are no cluesto tberpepotra ative It is the most easily taken umviui no juu iuu buiioiuciou vr Madrid Bend precinct is not tors of the foul murder The most if not quite tho mouthonly the banner precinct of this names of the tinker and eon or and the most pleasantly effective piece of the Democratic party SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE county but perhaps of the State where they come from are not remedyTinowu to cleanse the sys here Iu my case that old adage in its promptness of paying taxes known The old fellow hid been tem when bilious or costive to is applicable where there is but One day last week Deputy Sheriff an English sailor but hada Ger- dispel headaches colds and fe little given there is but little re- Make Your Homes Happy vers to cure habitual constipa- quired Hendricks collected the entire tax man appearance Wo very naturally ex1 tion indigestion etc For sale in pect you and all political aspirof the District for 1887 excepting T Sample Copies and Premium 50 cents and 100 bottles by T ants both present and prospecone non resident and three reAn Ca1 to Ine Sct aptis TSwayne Co druggists Clinton tive to oppose us but we ask all List Dialled free to any address are banner people movals These Agetts wanted overywhoro Edward Shepherd of HarriMwre III street Hickman Ky anyway they pay their taxes says unprejudiced and unbiased voters benefit Address Hiae received toitmaehdutj to serve lioa nate the devil and from Electrio Bitter I feel to comparo the positions qualiaj V I Democratic tick let jftfiViBR humanity knovrk Hare SPEAKING vote the Straight IpuiEuille fications and ability of the candiommertfal CT running Bore on my lees f or eicht dates before the people both of hd a my Hon Wm Brown of Niebolasville Ky Loulflvill Ky I jSo man can point to a line in yearg the doctors told melegweld bare a distinguished Republican and gentle- them being Democratic unless bone scraped or to have aaiputated culture aad an force and the Courier recently or any oth- I used instead three bottles ef Electric man of yill addrera the orator of of Fulton Mr Editor you claim a patent on ability citizens er time where the Courier as- Bitters and raren boxes Bucldeai Arnica County at the City Hall in Hickman your name as Democracy in that sumed to read any one out of the Salve and my leg ia now sound and well- - to day Friday July 22 1887 on the case we will have to yield and Bitters anooll at IA Democratic party A citizen goes pElectrie Bucklens Arnica fifty mmta a bot- political issues of the day and the issues judge and vote accordingly not tle and Salvelt 26o per of5 the State campaign in particular withstanding the nartv lash ana into or oat of the party by his box by all Druggists AftrFortTyerf Everybody invited vv abuse characteristic of some of In th CXTMTianc own volition his own acts his preparation of mort and the great leaders of the party IQan UQ9 iiauurca own Totes Therefore if you hear rr Thousand BTiDlicttloDS rar raieou in Jack Oliver the Deajbcratic Come Come Come Come we havo no fears for the result in any one asserting that the Cou nominee is 14 UDliea Matn ana roreirn coniU plain farmer Jas not everybody and see the beautiful August election Yours c tries tha nublihi of tha Sclestifla has read him out of the par Â¬ had the advantages American continue to act as aolicitorf rier him to show you the line A wtha caTeata ITnft marks copjr- for patent of etigiate display of bats and bonnets laces E M Metheny ty ask At trads St anfl n Canada Eneland France education bnt is a naaiof fine feathers and flowers now on disrhWit8 ethertheir faoiliUei ara eipert iu the Courikr he bases his as practical sense ueTmaaranj al Their countnc equaled and nninranoons ho lias play at the Millinery Bazaar All sertion upon 0 managed his own affairs ajii He who have an eye for the beautiful rt peeiflcitidaS pfeparl and Sledt iJFT 12nt Office on short notice Terms Try OLD FOGIES Remember that the HonH makes no pretentions te great Will una the rich and varied asreasonaMe j0 eharite for examination of modaU AdTice br ratil free Pn5 one ofthe best posted statesaianskip and does ajt prom- sortment a feast to dazzle and A Tyler J5l5buinfdthronth MnnnCoarnoUeel Old fogies may not that AMERICAN which has mm ia Kentucky on the political ise or expect to startle thi politi- daze their eyes where fancy shape science is advauciug believe there 5Si1K5QE TIPIC and is the most influential larceet circulation but if issaes of the day and especially cal world with any erettLnva and color aro all so beautifully are such things as new fogieV MfJr of itsotkind pnbliihed In tho world nC1 nolic T P151 as to the Inaacial management of tions or reforms Bat blng one blended as to make and mark it they artf numerous as many testi- nndert2Sllge srndidfltltutfa4 newspaper SvilSK9 and oar State affiurs will address the of the people and one wWevery perfect So come and gather to monials have been received from iMy1 WKEKIiTil e3COarearandU ilta the best parrdeotd to science and Siea insentiona enirineerinic work peeplLthrs gveainjp in reply to body admits to be h it as a yourself some of all this beauty persons who have been cured of w7trments of indastnsl progress pub Reiabliean soeak- - memberof tie Legislata e will tba others may see the good it Chills and Fever with Certain Lwlfri rand title ot It contains the names of countrr tka uifiDBfitd PMMsa ererj inentloa paUnted Try it four ar wTiledVcHviinoftirae is test every uaty before Julbrail neealers month tof one dollar Chill Curtfafterall remedies failed y the does and profit thereby eeftrtfe which we presaiae will nltj of hottest aart m intention to pafat write V 0 Co Respectfully Sold and warranted by J Cowgill SVa t nab1ibe of Scientific AaenesVatJ wr ease and act accordm T imott Mrs Joses wksWwtplsaWniaJidrr Â¬ LOCAL NEWS H iSitsftlai ss Talk Big 4 -- 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ stiiii IS FQE YOIJ III huJ Ji CAREFULLY 0 55 U4U is Advertisement - 1 aA Til I 11 -- - s - Â¬ BSQ8S Ta -- - Â¬ Â¬ EMBROIDERED SUITS AND DRESS GOODS -- Â¬ ORIENTAL LACE81c c u mm -- 200 Pai Lidiej nd CWarene Hoscnl 5c fcjr pair Colored Table Dp niaskt 20c per yard Dress Ginehaffls Ja4frora 10c and 12Jc to 8Jl Nuns Yeilinp at olKHaced rrora 2oc a Eateojery reduced from 75c to 50c Colqrediind Cr m Swiss and Hamburg Eibtoiderieg at extremely tow prices Ltuen rt5i - White Jndia Cream India unen at5l3c worth 12Jc Full line White Cheeky pa51 lnilialinen greatly reduced Maraeillea QuiMfl at 75c W6rlh S Good assortment ToweU ftai jjapjn V Parasols at Cost Battisle at 10c reduced from 5c Kterything reduced Mens Youths and Boys Clothing Big Variety prices We have the befiuiug Garments is the town -- -- 4 V - - ir -- - ftl reduced SHOES Â¬ SHOES IS Â¬ 3Ffcoc3oooci ELL OJS Business - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SMITH Â¬ If f See our Ladies Snoefiri Our Cosgrove Shoe for Ladies at 2 50 you cant Our French Kid Is a daisy When you beat it for 3 50 ETetgpRr Wirranied haveIried one pair youyJi wear none other NOW F0it MENS GOODS We carry ourMr Plaut3 55 Shoe ta good a you will Still hold on b ills cele find a S neal fitter aU7he C II Hendersons 3 Shoe brattd W L Ioiiplss JJSlioe These goods all warranted Good line of Cents Finishing Goods cheap enough to satisfy yon Call and see he and hi bur prices to compare along with other houses when yru hae been huyinir anAvou will be convinced that Plaut Bros Si Co is the place tc 35 IeaTe your caabr r PLATJT BEOS a -- - Si J X - C Z Sw CO j Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ We talk tb rou gli the Hickman Coukikk when we know the facts warrant the assertion thdt wc are prepared thereby to benefit our cus- Â¬ tomers as well as ourselves legiti- Â¬ mately Having recently pur- Â¬ chased the stock of T DKUGS MEDICINES BES DEALERS IX AGENTS FOE Ss QQt Â¬ 3I uc -- tJObKS STATIONERY and School Supplies Fancy GOODS TOYS and HCTUREF Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Hardware from tlie assignee of C B King- Â¬ man and also the stock of SUNDRIES PAINTS OILS WINES and LIQUORS for Medical TilE Â¬ Domestic Sewing Machined tprO Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY lS87j a Â¬ H Saddlery and Harness of the late firm of Plummer Furls we know that we Â¬ Â¬ Turnim wy r- Â¬ awdwrAWM g 19 T GARDNER DEALER IN Â¬ BOUGHT AT PRICES that justifies us iu selling these goods at a bargain and arc deter- Â¬ mined to do so All we ask is for persons to call and test the facts Wc retain the services of that hon est and faithful saddler and har ness maker SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY G0OtS Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Uncle Boh Fakis who will have charge of the mc Ne wspapers Period icaLs Magazines Stationer c Books sv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - A full supply of all kinds of Rcadiug Matter constantly on handi chanical department made to Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock Saddles and Harness by lea viiigyour order r order and repairing solicited Our will be promptljiprocurtHl-lor-yoi our new house is one door below present well known Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ in OLD Grocery House THE CHAS A building Clinton street the Rose ItELIABLE Ui J x rt Â¬ Hickman Ky DEALEX MUSE rjunelT SBUlW DRUGS MEDICINES TAINTS 3WE mw S- - wC EPRESCPTIOINS K DM -- 3W COMPOUNDED CAREFULLY V Prest i Â¬ Â¬ ljttE3i85 BMSI5I of PPEMvroBBHirA r Seminal Weafcncx larclune tary sVmlasl Iocf lMrTENcr Jlcntalanil Phys icl Incapacity Impftliravnts to Msrriam etc hIso Coc3irTioKiitErv and i its injucca uj rlMoilitletiicc or cusi exirnvKanc- - tc Tin Cfleliratcl author in thli nlmirablry tlcrlv iIinnntratL ii from a thirtT yrarV guccrjsfupractfc thac thf aUrmins cowqnenetw rf selfI - H BUCHANAN PresU C BALTiSER E L ALEXANDER CWu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- M Ui irlla HOW LOST HOW RESTORED I Culver Jut pnMilid new edition of the radical cua tnli lirilf l fl EsaciV on Ir IIICK3IAX KI S50000j I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ abut c may K-- radically cnreJ pointing uiil mol9 of enr at once simiitfl certain unil effectual by m ou of tvliiclt etery suflVrer nt nlattet what hit ooniitiin ray tx- may euro tutnien cucapiy pri- - CAPITAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BSTliU Iectnre fhouM b in tho hand of every yontli ani every man in the land ad to Snt under sealen in a rlaiu envfldpteats any two or lr- receipt of four ftitlfaid postage stamps THtPly HUll Tivlicalttf Â¬ Â¬ Til E 1CITEKWEU MEDICAL CO 11 Ann St Xcw York X Y Post OHIce Box 50 va SiitiipIo for trlnl sent free au p pllcntlon junelly M Address Being regularly organized and ready for bustnena wc respectfully policit the patronag of all All colllections made for depositors free of charge ArtproTeu4 paper running three orsfour months discounted at tb rate of per cent per annum Â¬ DIREOTORS BUCHANAN J W COWOILL tfHKiKELD WC JOHNSON C BALTZEft JWALEXANDER R M ALEXANDER i A Â¬ Est ray Notice Taken up as a stray by F B AUeber ry living U miles nortbeRt of Jordan Station and half mile east of Jordan and Cayce road Fullon conntv Ky the 11th day of April 1887 one aorrel pony mare branded on tbe left shoulder and left hip with J L white feet and white in the face and soar of fistula on right wither and white apot on belly at girth sup- Â¬ posed to be 8 years old and valued by me at 30 Given under my band this the 22nd day of April 1887 J F MESEES J P F C junelT ci Â¬ Â¬ i- Â¬ bujffuee Agent Firs life marine iff T M FRENCH HI t a SJaM4few Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and accident vr a nt Klif -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States OFFICE AT COURT HOUSEj Â¬ Â¬ iPTf mz Â¬ J L0WEH and LOWER AlIkindeofQrocerioghams sides c And get yonr Blaeksniithtng aad gcMra as cheap as aeeneapesU 1 will not be Kcpainng done at JOHN WITTiNG undersold Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fa g Jfgggfl i ISiMtim lattus J P blacksmithing jTb AND I S HICKMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inimcn The WAGON REPAIR SHOP BICKMAK Cornst Bf dbien and SzcKangc Strut ET pi Good Work atKock bottoirt Prices My rifotto 4 MTMILL irORfK o spfcalfy KY mar26 tf JOHNFGKAY e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Curer the world has ever Your money will known be rcfurned if not fouad as represented most wonderful laiii jCll tiBots ef Jfarat Machinerylow repsured 6b abort toticeand Wagons ib workaaBliltHiaBttii t j tt NewWagOBs c maue to order ic TTBPLUXMIK CHjWTJftlV PLUMMER A febl8 iKE -- KOV BEADY FOB ALT - DOU0LA 0 1 Sores SHIPMENTS OR CBNSKNMENTi BsteksWa AfMiua aaivr tiii Efesr Ssdf intbe world for Ctila of Country Prodace thai iy h aftretf We also wake a Bruised Soirei Cleerk Salt Rhennt tever far shipmeat or Btorsf- - Children Cry for CaitoHa ritcher TettetCpped Haadx Cliilblalns iWuptions anafposi Coras aou au firplr cures FHSi r Bo DaV reauirtA It is gnaranteetl trfglTcerfeet satisfaction For aale by alllHagWa FEElf aspeeialtf BBtaatly for Bij a Cora SiOm Oa1fj 4y 1 1 n JUiy-au-lr- u St - jt S ftr l I f tel 3 iii s i NT r 1 15 - zx J i -- rV A V v 05 M la - t 1l AstossCCeJAiSMWBl aKt T c Tfsy SKWKau I f rttmWmitm s ir J P f se r l fe OUMkB THE9 HICKMAN COURIER DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For Corf rnor 5 B BUCKNER of lUrt County For Lieofoant tOTtrnor BRTAN J of Ktnton Cuuatv For Attorney General I W IIABDIX o of Mercer County For Aulitor FAYETTE HEWITT of Hardia County W and district But the anti prohibition Democrats here c have uot put a caudiUate in the held against hiui Furthermore the Democratic State convention O as alsotlie Bepublicjn omitted to e put any prohibition or feForTreturrr plank in tuo platforms J AS W TATE These facts are offerred to show of Woodfcrd Couuty that prohibition i8 n0t considered For KeRister of tlif Lund Office fTHOMAS n CORHETT a practical issue in Kentucky polof McCrclkCn County itics and also that if those opFor ReprewnUtiTe posed to prohibition contemplated PJ OLIVER any special auti tetnperance legOf Faltou Count islations they would not silently to Mr Kemps It is reported in Washington consent opposition But election without granted that the workingmen are organ that the anti prohibitionists bad izing for 1888 and that they will purpose pat national State and county some wrongful presence iu view of a pro field throughout the would not the tickets in the hibition Senator block any such game f Of course it would So The papers are full of An end existing local law could be repealto bone scraping but the Clin- ed or new one enacted without ton convention refused to take the knowledge consent aud vote Mr Bone as an independent rem of the prohibition Senator The edy for their ailments and now safety of temperance legislation Mr Bone will make them tell the being thus guaranteed can not reason why on the raging stamp temperance JJemocrits forego the t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prohibition of the LiquorTrahc On for State beuutor i8 u Democrat this question I want to express tny to hound and he is also an avowed prohibi opinion bo as nuchgive no uncertainwill pro legislation na I will sustain tionist m coiiviiii0lie jje is ac- hibit the manufacture importation or corded the race for State Senator sale of alcoholic liquois is a beverage without opposition whereas it will Let every man who wants to manufacture bo conceded that there is a large azd drink it but iU tale as a beverage be prohibited element of prohibitionists in John n Mlythes Circular his party Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LETS HAVE bIbMONY Mr John It Kemp candidate HOME DISTILLERIES DEMOCRATIC STATE VASS From am CAX AX ACT for taking the feme of the good peo Â¬ and another copy at norac other suitable ple Of this CcrnmonKmltk as to the necetiitj public place in said precinct four weeks Any officer failiug and expediency of calling a Convention to prior to the election amend the Constitution and to provide for to discbarge the duties pte icribed in this atcrrtaining the number vf citizens entitled section of this act shall be fined for each and overy failure twenty dollars to be to vote for JiepresenMhe teithin this Suite Â¬ CHAPTER 12 C0Py0f tad act at each voting place Lonttllle Democrat nti Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ py j TTTT-T-niirtl- ir TTfrHnnn PfrMilTrTT h-- -i suppbrted Horace Greejy therem broke its Democratic re- vant issue in a campaign when cord This c charge shows the every Democrat ought to go to animus of snch llings a thrust the polls united for the State at the Democratic party becauso ticket f the National Democratic conven OLIVERS POSITION tion made Greely its nominee If the Democratic majority in Mr Oliver the Democratic noin Kentucky is reduced it will be inee plants nimseit in lavor of heralded to everv part of the local option a position democratic United States as a condemnation in methods ana sound in morals of President Cleveland and his It is a rule that appeals to each Democratic administration AVill community to say by the ballot Democrats let side issues bring where desired whether it will or win not auow intoxicants tone aoout sneu a statemeuti 8ola8 beverage It is true Hon J W Bryan the doino- is quite another thing cratic caudHate for Lieutenant- Kentucky is mak lbnt Pliibmou is not before the Governor of inga mop of Mr ODoberty the perhaps be for Bome years Upon opposition candidate Mr Bry local option moral ans eloquent speeches are mak- men can unite audmen and wothere is ing him a name all over the coun- politics it and there should no bo in try none at any time or places Tho If the older Democrats of Ful- - organized pretense toward pro ton county will remember the effect hibition in Kentucky is a political of Republican State Government organization denouncing both tho in Tennessee and other Southern Democratic and Bepublican par- States they will arouse from their ties as whisky parties and of Jetnargy auu go to tho pons m course itio onject anu aim is to August and hold Kentucky in lino help some to office and prevent with the true democracy It is others from getting office and the the after all that en cause of temperance suffers there by dangers Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ and fectiu their party non an Irrele-- llisrilirtifiSrnndiriiBRf- - izen would be privileged tomitun a distillery and make as much li quor as ho chose and drink as much as he wants but ho must not sell a quart or drop to his neigh- oor or any oue else We nlreadv have a local county law prohibiting me giving ot liquor to certain ones and hence before tho BJythe law the use of liquor would bo nar Â¬ rowed down to such only as owned their own private distillery This would no doubt materially lessen the quantity manufactured and peradventnre tho quantity con- sunied but practically would it not build up by law a privileged class a class to make and drink as much whisky as their appetites prompted while at the same time it prohibited the neighbors of this privileged class from buying a wee drop as a beverago Of conrse only those men who are rich enough to own a distillery could be thus privileged aud it might be argued that the men who are too poor to buy a distillery of their own would bo bene- Â¬ fited by being prohibited from buy Â¬ ing or using it but if it would be good to prohibit this class from its use why should not those who are able and chose to own a distil leryalso be prohibited form its use Its a complicated question the whisky business and after all it may be best to adopt the Demo- Â¬ cratic plan of local option allow Â¬ ing tho people to control it by a fair vote in their respective communities Â¬ Â¬ such legislations Under it every merchant would bo prohibited selling and everv saloon would be closed but each and overv cit This proposed Blythe law may be a good prohibitory measure but it serves to show the difficul- Â¬ ties and complications attendiner Â¬ Â¬ stay-at-hom- es a negro who com- truly mitted a brutal assault upon a on Lexington Ky July 13 1SS7 T M French Chn Democratic Commit each of us that the grand old mittee Fulton County The Hon das banner has on it the name of B Beok will address the citizens of FulBuckner not Fox Cleveland ton county at Fulton on Tuesday the 23ih inst in the afternoon and not St John Oliver and not such steps as may be necessary Please take to Blythe for it will seem so awk a crowu iirminie to urire unongive him vou the wardyOU know for Btraight Dem- - importance of thorough organization say ocrats to vote the straight Demo by precincts Let us poll our full vote cratic ticket and only scratch and giTe our ticket such a majority as will forever quiet all opposition aud encourage the taiL our friends In other SQiSiTam youra Lrr us make it sharp and short all along the line holding aloft tbal grand old banner of Democracy that has waved over a thousand hard contested fields lilythca Circular BECK AT FULTON TUESDAY JULY 2GTH Thats right and lets see to it Â¬ John Thomas Â¬ t M o u ciivnp v Chn State Dem Com e n n TU Jt lyuched at Union City Tenn last i nJ k - acknmi of 200 men from the court room pounders of democratic doctrine immediately after his identification in the Union and oue whom Ken by his victim Couritr Journal Jutucky democrats have for years ly 18th been thereIt is strange how so reputable fore it proud to honor and people is expected that the a paper as the Courier Journal will turn out en masse to hear him eould thus be imposed upon at Fulton on Tuesday the 20th Such an affair occurred at Union nst City several months since but not recently WILL SUPPORT OUR NOMINEES Thet say the Hickman Coue ieb supported Horace Greely and 1 Island equarely on the National therein broke its Democratic re- and Stale Democratic platform and enÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ father of prohibition in this country Mr T V Heith of Meade county in an interview in yesterdays Courier Journal said Im not an alarmist but I do say that the salvation of the Democratic party down our way depends largely npon what is done between now and the time the Â¬ shows tho animus how- Â¬ ever of those who make the charge because their thrust is really at the National Democratic party because the National Dem- Â¬ ocratic convention made Greely its nominee But the Coueier confesses that this is the one Pres idential vote of a lifetime that we are not making a big blow about although Greely was the great cord It Â¬ dorse the State ticket throughoutand when ever presented for action I will sustain i hem with my intluenco and vote Clythes Circular Â¬ polls open tive Democrats to make speeches for us and we need them badly The Republicans are moving heaven and earth to carry their point We need representa- Â¬ s52ol 2f s 5 as bj j 2s0 f 2 S 2 S 111 8 A -- - dent Clevelaud in Louisville dur ing the meeting of the Industrial and Commercial Convention in that city in September or October are being perfected Gov Knott who is chairman of the committee for the purpose of so caring the presence of the distin guished gentlemanrha8 forwarded an invitation expressive of the pleasure it would give all Kentucky to- have the President visit the State and earnestly reqmest ing his presence No Democrat can afford to bo nor can any good indifferent Democrat afford to go outsideo cf his party for the securcment of any public good In the question of acting with political parties where so many public issues are concerned the citizen as an individu al should act with that party which most represents his ewn convictions for it is only by acting to- can gBer that great public good that ibl Accomplished Hence it is Jff voting for a party nominee0 the indivraaality of a nominee is rele- giieu auu tue citizen practically votes for the principles represen ted by hi jjcty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Arrangements to hare Presi Â¬ nominee now mairxur jsiyme nap pens to be snch nominee If Mr Blythe wanted to go to the Legis Â¬ lature why in the namebf goodness didnt he let hie fellow Democrats with whom he has been voting for straight nominees for so many years know something of his aspirations so that they could have had the opportunity of accepting him 1 Be this as it may now that he has gone and done it Â¬ Â¬ announcement of Mr Blythes pledge to support the National and State Democratic nominees1 In factwe arereliablv informed that Mr Blythe has al ways upon any and all occasions voted for the straight Democratic nominees and that so far as the poll books show the supreme du- Nichols Morri A ty of voting for the Democratic District No 2 Sam Luton Geo John Prohibitiou nominees never oc- sonl FrankD Wall Jese Beckham A T E curred to him until lie himself Roper M W Johnson S J Noonatii John T Ropr Js Seay Chappell was made a Democratic Prohibi- McClelland Henry David Ham Johnson tion nominee by the Clinton Con Geo McGehec Henrv Campbell DiMrict No 3 RT Tyler W G John vention His Democratic voting H M Maxwell Marsh McDaniel D record appears so clean and suits son Dickinson W Jas P Otto Ilertwick us so well that the Courier will Taylor John Bailee Henry Maddox not raise any point as to apparent Wihon Hamhy Martin Summer Alonzo inconsistencies on his part in re- Left laa Ledwldge Ike Shuff William fusing to vote for prohibition J MaJdox Sam Linder Bruce Henry nominees heretofore and expect- Kufns Dodd J n Dodd B tt Walker N District No 4 Larry Everett J ing Democrats to suddenly beHawkins D C Hurd J W Hampton come possessed of the great sense District No 5 Joe Luton Dunlap of duty of voting foraprobibition Murphy W J Wiosted F M Uahcr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The public Courier is glad to see this BLYTHE ACCEPTS Mr John W Blythe is out in a circular accepting tho nomination of the Prohibition Convention at Clinton Ho declares for the national and State Democratic platforms and endorses the stato ticket throughout and will sus MUERELL tain and vote for it favors Beck For United States senator will ATTORKEY AT - hXW sustain such legislation as will prohibit the manufacture importation or sale of alcoholic liquors as a beverage but is willing for everybody to manufacture and drink as much as they want to favors tho calling of constitutional convention and finally concludos by saying This is tho peoples government and the peoples fight let us make it sharp and short all in b along tho line holding aloft the oven bo tho Warwick of the party attend to all business entrusted grand old banner of Democracy as I see George M Pullman says care Totiug or eal couvention if such WILL that has waved over a thousand he will in an interview sent fromj tter shall anscr in the m gative his Oilice Furniture Factorv hard contested fields nov878 London BlaillO is ill tllO SaillO came shall be recorded as voting againtt aud category with Dan Webster and iiJ conTnton namo 5Chftsuch voter makes A h3 couled tuo EDUCATION AND THE COL- - Hanrv way mid wh it is morcosterej as not voti u be sMjquetlor kllOWS It himself iTlioii Andimlill ti thnftinVnf ilMnira ORED PEOPLE PHYSICAN AND SURGEON Will he get any of the dele- - holdiug the election at each voting Owensboro InijnlrerJ place in the Slate to ccitify the When a colored orator in Ken- Â¬ jates from Indiana V1 HICKMAN KENTUCKY Why his letter ontt number of voters registered Not innch tucky undertakes to arouse the the number votinp for call i i FFERS his Professional Services to Democratic party of this Stato of n lliiuifltt iu mo muui Quit iiiiiisv the constitutional convention and i - illUlUIllllUll e ol the citizens of Hickman and vicinity UcWllMCU to make out a dtmlientf certifie ite ulmtv OUIHIIICI neglecting the education of the IUU him in this State If llO were inc said racts The registration books janlG 80 colored children he is guilty of CIIA1 IKHOLAS UUIUIIlllVkVIl TmiIioiim an ingratitude of which ho should ii r mi tin i nil xiiiixic tirrk llltl go 25- - shiill be by them iuimcJntely seut at the iionEiiT imiuiAs Commonwealth by be heartily ashamed The colored 000 strong against liitn lie would expense of theotStaic at t rankforttuiilto Hie secretary KenDOUGLAS BROS child has as an exactly equal bo completely swamped tucky and the duplicate ccrtiticite at Â¬ will the Indiana delega- tached lo the poll book for the election of GROCKUY Who chance with the white child draw State otficera and return therewith as ing exactly the same sum from tho tion bo fori BAKERY Ben Harrison I believe oar now directed by law RESTAUR AX of which Stato treasury nearly all The Secretary office al money is raised from taxation on Stato will bo practically solid for theI 6convening of the of Slate inAnsetnbly MEtLS AT A IX HOURS Harrison He is one of tho big next after the electionGeueral tho property of white people iu August 1387 AVill keep a general assortment of Fam Â¬ gest brainiest most honest aid elmll immediately upon the organization ily Groceries Confectioneries c and reliable men in tho Republican of tho bailie transmit to each llouie u Keep i mpiiiveit a nrat ciaA liuKer uoou DKJIOCU VTIC party While he is not an active statement prepared by him from the said all frsh and new aud will not be under COUNTY OKGAMZITIOX june25 working politician in the matter registration aud poll books showing how sold many votes were at the said election cast of wire pulling and scheming in fvor of said couvention aud tho total IV M French Hickmin chairman garble Works well inforn nuoiber of votrrs tegislercd whether vot rjickman District iNo 1 R 11 liinford Crutch Harrison is politically is passing iug for or against or not at all The re Â¬ ed He knows what field No 2 S E Johnson Cyce No 3 HICK MAX - - A I B and has a keen judgment of the port fhall be made up by counties He No 4 A V Farn Hickman No effect of every measure and hap clnll teiuin the registration books for Tenn Ueckham DarnellV Landing 6 J P Tyler B C Fulton No Ii J J pening upon tho people Ho the use of examination and inspection or the next General Assembly Jonea Hickman No 7 K Y McConncP would bo a tower in of strength I G Ii shall bo the duty of the officers DEALER IK Jordan whose duty it is by law to compare and The following persons were appointed as this State and elsowhere Do you think there is any show certify the votes for State olhcers to Italian and American Marbl a Rallying Committee make out from the certificates returned District No 1 Uriah Hill H C Dono iu Indiana for Gresham V1 TOMB AND GRAVE MONUMENTS with the Stute election poll books as ho Lucien Heed Trice Moppin John A Gresham is out of the ques- alove provided and at the time they cer Â¬ L Reed Billy C Nvgent W P STONES Ward I tify voii s for tion Slate officers a certificate Bennett Louis Browder Handle Ramsey in stock a fine lotof Ame by voting places showing ihe total num- Â¬ Frank Carr Geo Lanier Dr David HAVING Italian Marble 1 am pr ber of votes registered and tho number JAMES G BLAINE Dr Williamson Â¬ Â¬ recovered in any court having jurisdic Â¬ necessity of amending the Confititn 11 the This act shall take eeffct and be bus made a most vigorous person tion and the expediency or culling a con Â¬ in force from and after its passage al tour of tho State speaking with vention for that purpose therefore Approved Januiry IS 18cC force precision and courage at JJe it enactl lg the General Aittmdly bf many central points None 0f the Gymnonucalth of Ktntucky the younger men in the field hRVe 1 That fit the general election announce JOHN been able to outdo him and yet tor Representatives nextthe General As Â¬ R We are authorized toCounty to Kemp of Hickman as a candi Â¬ all have done well At Grayson sembly it shall be the duly of the sev date for State Senator frorathe counties Gen Buckner and Col Bradley eral aherifls and other orticers of election of Graves Hickiumi and Fulton subject to met im joint debate for the first to open ft poll for and make a return to the action of the Democratic party for the the Secretary timo and tho general floored his of the names of Slate citizens time being of nil entitled to IVotivc opponent at once on a personal vote for Representatives who havo voted matter of truth and honor Gen at tue saiu eieoiiuu tor caning a conven Â¬ To save trouble and expense boC knowing themselves indebted to me on Buckner demanded of Mr Bra tion for the purrose of re adopting thug account will please conic forward and ley whether or not he had stated amending or changing the Constitution settle at once with me or R L Moore sheritf or I in his speech at Leba non that Gov officer Thatany to performoilier returningÂ¬ C U LAXDRUM failing the duty Knott had written the speech de posed by first section of this act ball im niayl3J be livered by him Buckner at Lex subject to a fine of six hundred dollars ington After some hesitancr 000 to be recovered by indictment of juris- Â¬ the grand jury in any court ixi jjiuwit icjniuu nun no fiau diction thereof and shall havingconvic Â¬ upon stated a tLonnon and Jackson that tion of such failure be removed from of- Â¬ Pear xxD Sate IUiiedt roa Jim Jones of London who fice by the court iu which such conviction knows Proctor Knott well told is had I 3 That for the purpose of ascertain Â¬ me that ho recognized Knotts ear ing the nnraber of citizen entitled to marks in Gen Bucknors Lexing vote for Representatives within this IXVAIvjAnE IX T1IK SOUTH ton speech and ho Jones believ Â¬ Slate in the year 18SC there shall be fur- Â¬ ed that Knott had written the nished as hereinafter provided to the Host Chtisits Cases speech This is all I ever said a he rill 8 and other officers of the election It will Cure and I did not make that statoinent in August 1887 a registration book in FOB SALS BYDSUGOIBTB which the officers of on my own responsibility but record the names of all the election shall citizens entitled rucrxBCO bt upon the information furnished to vote for Representative within this by Jones at the said election The offieera of ine A IIOBIXMOX CO Gon Buckners proceeding with the election Midll berr officio offieera of reg istration have 33T his speech said Xow ladies book open aud shall recordsaid registration m JO for the of said names and gentlemen you see tho pre between the hours of 0 oclock a m and 7 dicament my opponent has gotten oclock p m on the day of the August OW TO SAVE tyONEY himself into he has not origita looi election ai an lue voting places in this ted a falsehood but ho has wil- duty Commonwealth And it shall be the We are Wholesale Headquarters lor al of Commonwealth fully circulated a falsehood wih who are all citizens of thisfor Uepreseuta grade of entitled to vote tho intention of injuring nc tives on the day of the next general elecÂ¬ CHEWNUMNll70BACC0dCIfm Nothing could bo more humihv tion in August 1887 to go before the and will job to dealers only at Factory ting to me than to have it chsr sheriffs and other returning officers of prices also the ged that I would purloin the ideis said election in the voting precinct in which they are severally eutitled to vote of anQther and palm them off on and cause themselves to be registered on Dentil Scotch ud Suurior Scotch Snuff the tho public as my own For the the poll book as qualified voters of this the best in on market We also keep constantly hand a choice selection man who would wilfully circulate Commonwealth and the names of any of Family Groceries Confectioneries and such a charge although himself and all citizens living iu the district Fruits which we will Bell very low for not tho author of it I can cf known to said officers to be entitled to the cash Please call and see us for Representative or known courso have nothing but con- votehem by evidence on that made shall be to i FlHfcUA fc DcBOW day tempt I denounce the charge ja registered as uot voting And in the infamously false and ontrageoiu year 1S87 no other officer shall be author- Â¬ having no shadow or semblance ized to make any list or relnrn of the of foundation in fact I have In qualified voters of this Commonwealth GOODS return thereof except the vited Mr Bradloy to meet uor shall any books and certificates pro- Â¬ registration mo at my appointments I nosr vided for by this act be made and all laws WEST HICKMAN withdraw tho invitation and bene requiring lists or returns of such quali Â¬ Call on A F OLIVER for Blackimith forth I declino to havo anything fied voters are hereby repealed so far as ing Wagon Repairs c Al o a full Hue of the year 1SS7 is embraced therein The whatever to do with him UMrUTAKKIff JOOUS total number of votes so registered shall And now Mr Jim Johcr goes be the true number of citizens entitled Cefiias common Rosewood solid Black back on Mr Col W 0 Bradley to vote for Representative within this Walnut Case t c and leaves the Republican candi atate lor the purpose or ascertaining jnnSn date for governor impalodona whether a majority of all tUe citizens of S ihit Stale eutitled to vote for Represen Â¬ question of veracity tative vote for calling a convention for the purpose ot re adopting amending or changing the Constitution POSSIBILITIES OF1SSS tOCice lj tlr or r Co gills Irng Store I 4 Ihc said registration hooks shall 11 1 CK31A N KY CHICAGO NEWS INTERVIEW WITH be appropriately ruled and headed so that they may and it is hereby enacted JOHN C NEW Will practice in all the Courts of the that the Same shall be the poll hooks for Will Blaine go into tho con- recording the votes tor aud against the Firdt Judicial District rtnarlS vention with a decieive following calling of th coustituiioual convention nntl tor ascertaining Ihe number of citi- Â¬ of delegates zens entitled to vote for Representative No indeed ho will not Ho within the State It t hall be the duty of will not get enough votes from tie said oiucers oi election to propound to ATTORNEYS AT LAW Do you vote the Republican States to cut any every voter the queM ion KENTUCKY llC Will not torcamnp a consnuuonai convention or 11ICKMAX important figure Despite the excessively h0t weather of the last two weeks tho Democratic State canvass has ben prosecuted with zeal and un flagging assiduity Gen Buckner Whereas Experience ha pointed out tion thereof state senator Ft AITOS AND Â¬ ORGANS t Wt furnish hundreds homes yearly with fine Pianos and Organs and allow customers to pay in small monthly or quarterly payments Â¬ HUGHES TONIC Â¬ Â¬ CHILUSFEVilt h -- Decker Brothers - -- jjTlto Â¬ It Haines Brothers J C Fischer and others LOTJISVILIii nmdeto order f Choice styles of Organs for the Sitting Room Library and Hall particulars address H EboIzelinValnutahdfalioginTSMSi ESTEY D H BALDWIN 236 lourth i SHONJ2CGER and HAMILTON ORGANS Fot Â¬ tiiAR Gilbert I i t Ave Louisville Ky 218 Church St Nashville Tenn 28 2nd St Memphis Tenn Salesman Paducah Ky CO an0 Â¬ BLACKSMITHING Â¬ UNDERTAKERS FURNITURE K-- K wc are ofTeriBC nil grades of Plain Medium and Fine FURNITURE aterestlv re duced prices We carrv a full line at all times of Chairs Rockers plain and marhla top i able Bureaus Wash stands Wardrobes Chamber Sets Maitrcves c Serin and we guarantee our prices to be the loicest Intelligent investigation pay therefore wc invite your investigation of our goods We are headquarters on Â¬ UNDERTAKERS GOODS the Urgest line of Wooden and Metallic Rnrial Caw of anr fiim in t Tenncsee or Kentuckv ii e tncouiii an competition in this line leiairinc and Job iVorkatpedalty1 carryiii CSTStore Eooms under City Hall Wt Â¬ STErilEXSVfc SIAXWEIJi jnly23 ffX eTtTt Iler DE Jl msrn11Ilu3ver IlW Lively Stable 9 FABIS CofncrvbfiTacklonlrdCclltuRtFeST2 i- ri iki 1 niiJ I Â¬ 0 ILICKMAN JUST OPENED with reasonable cw STOCK on and out IVitronacc solicited KENTUCKY flue stylieh KJttS for hire Â¬ Â¬ octnO 18857 W G KINGMAN CO CO Â¬ HERTWECK BALTZER t MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED OO w oo L Â¬ RAMAGE ta CO 3H TlrBftWsMrTVlaLTsHlsasssl aLBsssPsssssk CO J CO W W oo en oo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ continue to exert his influence te get as many of his followers to vote the straight Democratic ticket at possible will- - wo trust that he McGfhee Jno M Wright J- - Fields Em Reed Bine Ferrell Stephen Beard Bud Boaz J S Bosz Fayette Davis W T Carr Tom Fields Louis Fields District No 6 J H Brigance Joe Leech Nolly Boman Font Stowe Alfred Baker J F Bushart Richard Goalder Alex Briganco J 0 A Cooper Sam Bow- Â¬ man J M Reid District No 7 Lum Carter Dave Alex ander W B Kennedy Ally Alexander Geo Titsworlh F BAtteherry Ben Con ley 0 F Hansberrv W M Bondurant Jr P W Johnson Willey Morrow Willis Â¬ Abe Thompson William Fields John R Cook The above democrats of Fulton county have been appointed at the urgent call of the State Democratic Committee with a view and hope of securing thorough or Â¬ ganization and a full vote at the apKENTUCKYSDEBT proaching August election The greatest The present debt ef Kentucky danger to the Democracy at the ensuing is 674000 which will election arises from the lethargy of dem- Â¬ Kentucky be due in 1896V an 500000 in ocrats who usedto victory in duty of go1905 There is oaiifandiiig and do not properly appreciate the ing it is earnestly hoped unpaid 6390 upa script and that lo the polls and hers named will feel the democrats lands which are pastfduer and it specially commissioned to go to work to is supposed that they have been induce a full vote Â¬ m00rof Â¬ mini ai tue litest rcpwri J0iouoyu 21 in cash 400 shares of the stock Words of the bank of Louistille estima- A Souud Sermon in Fer MadrwrnvHle Timw ted at 30450 and tikpike stocks estimated at a tairfvaluation of If you are a Democrat stand by 8500000 making a 4ttal of 711 your colors Go to the August 346 51 37 346 accents in ex- Â¬ election and cast your vote for Try Oij for diarÂ¬ cess of our whole sbt If there every nominee of your party rhoea and eaofetSarbag Sold at is a state in any beftcr condition Away with petty diffyerences uowGujcsrjJiiijG Store than Kentucky wele uot know npon side issues Bo true to FjalylMtJ yourself and your political faith M which one it is-Â¬ lost or destroyed iAorainst the debt there was inf the sinking UNANSWERABLE TtSij s w i lalK S- tV voting Tor calling a constitutional con- Â¬ Troaj Sow Tork Errntug 1cat vention and to send the certincrte to the Somehow or other there is al secretary ofbtate and if the registration aB to ways trouble wherever James G book providedbefor above shall or not any voting place re lost destroyed Blaine goes Something goes turned then the Secretary or Stale in wrong surely Either somebody making the report to the General Assem- Â¬ misreports him or says something bly shall use tho information in the cer- Â¬ tificate as to precinct about him or does somethingto and be snail any such district orcertificate moreover use the him which necessitates a card to show that be has or has not the regis- Â¬ from somebody aud several ver-Â¬ tration book for each voting place in each sions of one story In the speeches county named in said certificate 7 It shall be the duty of the Secre he made in Edinburgh the other tary of State after the adjournment of day he started off characteristic to this ally by lauding Sidney Smith as a form ueneral Assembly book niake out the of a registration and certifi- Â¬ Scotchmau Smith who was never cates to be tnado and used as herein pro- tired of poking at Scotchmen ilidedand to furnish the same to the Then he went to a meeting ana Iudiic lrinter rorthmtti ana it shall be lo could not get in and the Lord ihe duty of the aid Public Printerone the form Provost had to apologize because make up and bind in with usualcertificate book a the door keeper did not know who reeistration each voting place in the State thereon for Mr Blaine was and Mr Carnegie also the duplicate certificate and the had to publish a letter telling how county certificate and send tho same to it all happened Now his friends the several sheriffs who shall see that they at home are attacking the Presi- Â¬ voting re delivered and used at tho various as herein required dent for not having gone to the I 8 placesany officer failing to do or That war and therefore remaining ig-Â¬ perm any of the acts or duties enjoined norant of how soldiers feel about upon him by the third fourth fifth sixth sections of battle flags etc This of course aud seventh fine of five this act shall be bunJred dollars to a brings to mind once more that subject to be recovered by indictment of 500 Mr Blaine who was in 1861 any grand jury in any court having ju- Â¬ young aud lusty follow did notgn risdiction thereof and shall upon con- Â¬ to the war either but occupied viction be removed from office by the is had himsely more profitably and coa court In which said conviction duty of the J 9 That it fortably in Washington in soiling Secretary of theshall beto tho have this act State rifles to the War Department a advertised in one weekly newspaper in the agent of a manufacturing co each couniy of this Commonwealth where Â¬ pany They are reproaching Mr in there is such paper published for four the daily Cleveland too with having em- Â¬ weeks and in one of for thirty papersimof Louisville and are trying the city of preceding the election days in ployed a substitute and msdiately to show that the said substitute U every coonty said Secretaay shall canse now in an impoverished and neg- Â¬ to be posted at the court house door a lected conditionwhich of course copy of th8 act Printea in baud bill again recalls the fact that Mr form for at least four consecutive weeks election Blaine sent a substitute too who before auch shall be the dutv of the Public 1 10 It remained but a short time in the Printer to print tin thousand copies of field and was soon in a peniten- Â¬ this act upou a separate sheet of paper Secretary tiary for some infamons crime Is and deliver them to thesame to theof State County shall forwardthe it not possible to give the public who of the various counties in this Clerks a rest from all this f provide at State ia such numbers as to each voliug two copies thereof for A full line of Nobby Straw least Drecinct said clerks shall deliver the same in Hats- for Mei aud Boys in great to the sheriffs or ol her officers sella dutythe of thereof anditahall be the variety at Buchanans DUee sheriff or tber officer to post oM aprli A Â¬ my work pared to fill all orders Call and examin Orders from tho HICKMAN ACME WAQOIT HARROW country promptly f filled may2fi 25cts Lower than the Lowest have no clerk expenses no etore ren and pay cash for all my Groceries an therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon 1 Groceries PULVERIZING Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low JOHN WITTING W- - Family Groceries4 DIESTELBRINK of- Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hioksaru Ky space NOtrouble to name all articles to show goods bat bo 7 SALE AND LIVERY STABLE t - Fakis KENTUCKY 8TREET Parker oa band for Air HORSES BUGGIES and HACK8 Having purchased the stable horses and entire outfit of W B Plnrasaer we propose lo continue the business and solicit patronage L constantly KEEPS sale CLOD CRUSHER AND JMso we LEVELER e ate Agents for the CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS 9We wiR arl8j ake it to your interest t T Reid and E J Reid on Petition ex parte To Fulton Circuit Court all whom it may concern HELM BROSDepot Near New aad get particulars 3i - Be with power to nse enjoy sell and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire free from the claim or clains of her husband to make contracts sue aad be sued to plead and be impleaded to acquire to hold to enjoy to dispose of property and in every way to use the same as though she were aa unmarried woman Given under ray hand as Clerk Fulton Circuit Court this the 1st day of Â¬ Â¬ that on the 1st day of July 1887 the above styled petitioners filed in the Cir- Â¬ cuit Clerks office of this county tleir petition praying that the said EJ Reid be adjudged a feme sole it known tv 1 IELI-A-BIjI- E I V July 1887 rjulyS Has a splendid stock of tne very best malcea of all kinds of Hardwitf illicit are oSercd at ONEPRICE and that the verv lowest the nftikeS justifies All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented - gk T 3f FRENCH Clerk Fultoa Circuit Court ROOFING A SPECIALTY 4pt tmti fc spa -- S w i J- -- it 0 alp 5 o r 2 ai t r35MtI ju - X ll - r V iA 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