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When tha veteran came toUne: front most of the delegates got on thVlr MU and app'ause was general. "Pathfinder" spoke In a Mrong lone, le thanked tha convtQUoa for the honor lie expressed bis regret at the defeat of Mr. Itlalne, who bad glvea tho roun try n distinctive American iolley and predicted tbo success of tho lUrpuhllran party lntbcom lui election. Again thanking the contention fur tbo greeting be had received he retJrtd. HICKMA? Tho Oldest Jowspopor y mM m - & r -- OEOpaE WAHHEN, Editor. Trice of Hiihsi-rlpllon-, .afgTkTTaP.T Li'DBai 'h,rr "W ;' IttZ $mz--maf. ,H ,, , 14.: ,jm alaaV-- FINE JOB PJMNTIN0- Wllh " MI Hsalnsss and DIsmIs. ' ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS. .... . ,, " A -- ' $1.51), JTICKlNf AN. FITTrON (.OTTNTY. t KRN'llMlIC: qr - 17RIU1IXM0Q ,JfiSSJ-L- J :..i.frAA-. 1 jyr " . . a-- - .aw-- , JyJfclSO. 3S, ntaaiAN, Bandana Tor 0 jfjPfm isjWlr " "S - INVITATIOK3, ' ETC.. ETC T - . dtxlX 1X2.2. SCO A. tj. li id THE TEAM. .- - Harrison, or Indiana, Stands rcovu PAT, at Iho Head orthotic- - publican Ticket, Wlthidv! &VV -- i AJUurtomorNcw VJco-1'rcis- York, for IaA- H '$ l- CniCAoo, Jnne . The great Convention Hall nila mar rapHiy fhli mernlrc than rci tertlay, Tho uneympleled detail la the r rangeanenla of s (sita compelled ttfb fVrgeant-at-Annto keep the crowd out yesterday until nearly noon. To day there Is nothing wanting, andthoeagrr, expectant, but somewhat weary mullltade, flowe Into the building with great eiprctatloa visible upon every faco. The weather la much warmer than yesterday, and In the greet galleries and balconlt there Ufc sea of waving fars, and aonae of the tpeeta toradlfcrardtbclr eAU and UW rM in im stylo, while the crowds flow la with a era at marmer like the oeeam Thr la a stpwef gathering ot the aolona of the party. inanewijupcrBUBaaaiua ciscra or Plcd, llit The reports of the Committee on Credentials and Committee on Itesoluttons not bHng ready, nrsullcy, of Kentucky, and Toraker,ot Ohio, ad drottPd the conrenlluti. lbe Committee on Credentials then reported. In the case of the contest from the Third Con. gresslonal District of Georgia the committee recommends that the following named persons fw reeognltcd as deJcgslest D. A. Dudley and A. J, Taylor I In th,o Thinl Dlttrlct of OccrgU Tt. IL Wright, Jesse Wlmberly, P. H. Craig and O. P. Oooder, be ea,h admitted to a seat with tho power to eut onehalf of one From the Firth District or Louis Vote tana. David Younr and W. J. Vril Ymm tha 'Third Dlatrlct of South Carolina, John IL Taleottand F. U His, delegates! and l(X Ilalsey and Henry Kennedy, alternates. From tho Seventh District ot Tennessee, A, W. Hughe, delegate. From tbo Third District ol Maryland, William F. Alrey, WlUlam W. John. son, delegatea) Charles F. Hlchl Uldor D. Oil ver, alternates. From tho Third District of Massachusetts, Frank I Stevens, Jonathan jwrne, de)rstei Hamuel FessencVn, J. If. Atiolt, alternates. From thg District of AhCrew Gkason, Perry II. Car.von, deb eyaiofv ; That tha following najaod, persons air tbe lng to pettier title to their homesteads, and wltn usin appropriations made lor the purp" to harass Innocent settlers with spies and prosecutions under the ralso pro ten so of eipoatng frauds ssd vindicating the law. Tho government by Congress of tho Territories la based upon necessity only, to the end that thoy may become Bute In tbo Union; therefore, whenever the condition ot population, material resources, public Intelligence sod morality are such as to Insure a stable local government therein, tho people of such Territories should bo permitted, as a right Inherent In the in, to form for themaclvea constttutLona nndHtato Governments 'and be ndxnltlcM into the Union, rending tbo preparation for Statehood nit officers thereof should bo selected from tbo bonafido residents nnd cltltens of th Territory wherein thoy aro to serve BoutaDa kota should of riant b immediately admitted aa a Slsto In theUnWn. under Ihe constitution framed and adopted by ber people, and we bcartllx Indorse the aeton of ibollepabllcaa Bcnato in tw Ice rtatDg bill a for her nd mission, Tho refusal of Ihe Democratic House of tUnrex aentaUvas, for partisan purposes, to favorably consider these bills. Is a willful violation of tho sacred American principle of iqeal adf govftro td eHimu thV reevwVtff vVaabincTn.-iCTnk-aaa- 1 ,P" ! i. avuwaniiu Montana jemionea to rorm ooiuzku- - busb prei Ali MSI iVll4;i'norutMror,Vrrf. no ccs invnsmeaei ma oCAJaskS sKallbavatvi v ior ik rTafltian. & bShsji DROPPED FROM BPJrlM, t Adlrkansaa jrercftsnustt' with out Wl gwsay - B:. lthharaTrj js eblrt tuld Hon Hon pre wr, marl Wl giwftihe Kfui vioyer rrP"i ttforaal taresoiaT and egaterf &&&$ mshsw arp. Tema rand Pnmn.i, vi.i. aHver-vtnoth- er i ntt Isriaars MrassefSararsl sent' of Hon. aiity"j rm ao Ballings: it? i a rush nttasV BeriiitdF.&wr only SpaovaH Idaho. aV-T- lose he Ballin, frttlnrr Pari,, M atasnt roolhardy Act of m liumilo Mnii,.IIo Cn dtrlakr tn Climb totha Top of a Miureli steeple and Hue Ills Drains Knocked Out, Bi'italo, K. v., June in the vicinity Washington of market this afternoon saw a trag edy they will not soon forget. The chimes In 81. MlchaePa Itoinan Co th olio Church bad Just ceased ringing when somonf tha folks In U'abldngtoit street inwujnun St.-Pe- opla' rnmblhjr-tnTX-sleepl ' T 7k John Wi nofftit rei pim ' catred Warriv lo'clooi Vaml Ban Aria I ihe Chair- - bandana a roun stage pulled up I krToaVehllon, rojhbeq yestcrtu Wke time tha ri whaU natk Ma flarrtaoa; BftPWJ acaawsas af2i f . CK,,ino wta , -- SdaJV . z theiovfermrttt siiousri: ptvawsv iln1 Jsiiea.. swmber, tw i incrnredas Urn man slcwly pullei himself towanl tlw top by means of Hhada argo rr( tholigbtnlngnxl. It seemed every moment ana lien tbe to the io:tatorsnIf the climber ivouIdT the bandana over fall, Ijut ho went hand4 over hand to anifWhb. a the apex. "U'lirn ho rearhl tha tntAnt jJJhf in Hghtnlng-rvF&lcr.jitT taking the cjOM th'a ftif llx aGT.u , gavij t.t &"T,'i man mnrla -S.m(Hr . 1r LrMaftn, all ot "wwwwppinsrsjwe':Hi X t -wnwiowfisfffffri the "SW"r IWjlflil WH On Mono Wshwnyiiian. foot, tn. Tlie crowd d wnyTWV -- tr'-v A -- -- -- Jiii Tbo old Walnut desk, with Its rill Icttrrtoga telltog that fMH It IMalneand OarfleM tro lula hvttlnalVd in Mi c4(y, riciUW a gf t dat A Hotly Contctlcd Race From FlrU to of curiosity from the propie on the star n ,u sleinlly, Tho desk top la acarred with deep Last, Lasting for Six Days eatsmada by the vandal knives of the relic hunter and to prevent further depredations, a The Platform and Drlcf uniformed policeman Veep guard over tneaeu Sketches, of" tho iwittt Its proper official custodians anlro. There ar plenty of ravel at !b eonventlen. Candidates. lets than four are now resting In plush easel oa the chairman's dcik. Om vf UirMt Is Ibe plain oak gaveb Anotf r la the historic gavel presented by Mr. Hnrr, of Hh which Chairman Thuraton proav Mlehifaa, rtiirAna, Juae IB. A strong breere that IsihI to poufd the Ufa out of the lcmncreu made the big strip of banting In which Ihe cv Iiiy. A third la tho gold banded inltruatftt WTicr of I to auditorium cntsloprd tf.ip which a Chicago Arm presented the temporarj like tt. stlli cvf a West Indian merchant rain In chairman, and a fourth la tor tho permanent October ab swrolover I,alcnMlcbiffsalaud-ard- s chairman, whkh ha teen prrsenled by th TuUy mnrnlnf. Very freteful It major of Chleagiv This gavel Is a very hand prmexl to tho thousands lb at Irom st, rarly soma affair. It Is a beautiful pteoeofwork our ralherfd In hent of thn grcst buihtmg reamhlp, 13 Inches In length and welghaO of which are silver and dor roia enl gnvM longingly upon the tlonrs through ounces, Tho handle la 9 Inches In length, ot solid fcilrcr sbnse portids they had nn open sesame. Imlilo irioimlMlo all abuUa andvnfu twUted,altba top of which aretwoescutrhron f Ibe United fitates In gold and enameL Ion, Tbo r tonwrt of Monday nitftii had In AIovc this Is the American eagle Ifesringoa trrrupTd the workmen. an1 a good deal in tho Its brack tha gavel proper, which Is of silver sy of decorating s IcfiUi to done a! The small army of mechanics worked bearing upon It the name 4 tSe ihlriy-dgh- t with a will, an etrry thing but the srrsnre-me- al Stateaot tbo tTnlcn. At earh end la abearr etnl numbering iV thn prrse scats was gold plate, upon oneofwhtcli la a threorarat omphuil by ten o'clock. Unfortunately Inn ttVMMMi vi k armaof the Htate oflllteola, laitrr the rrnlly most Important work, had aadattbootberend ia engravedc Treseatc4 to tho National UepuMlean Convention ef 1A h it until the list moment. by Hta Honor, the Mayor, on behalf ot the till u Itf Uf i nr. rrx iurkuo. Tbe rtlcc stes themseltes were slow In as srinhllrg The same mljthtbo said of Ihe vttlt-if- . Helsrcen the police and tb astliUnt arms s much red lap was proujrht Into uif a If IM farttinste holders of tickets wereatmulto enter the Klujilotn of Hcevca. WltMn the building, however, tndiynatlon was quickly ebsngvd Inlo esclsmatlons of delight. It was Ilka a transformation from a barrrn l4aln Into iprrtacJ. platform Th chlrmnn towrr It an win touyr dank wbllepn tlw- bunting a fairy With It ttrramrra of a 1bmitan4 hurt, tho Immrnte Intf nor wn a symphony of rvlor, nmifffltnccnt tnt m almply a floral . of n tltilrUamt lUlra, ao.I it abed IU t1rllcat iH?r tum Urand wIVs. To tbft rljtkt and left the mf1fn-- i riap m h top of arrhrt of tnilU. lilbra. ItUotH'y (Irscnt? JtrtlattraMr nun pi tnniftirt attvrhnl wlilch In turn ronnwtpd with a, fhlonM fitlur tn in floral tblfMt, wcro two tup-an- d tbo end American flag Mrb rntwlnvtl Iwnrath tbo ihalr wrr plcturfaof and UmnU wMlo from th Orat talcony ixfiraltf of nil Iba HcpnblUan Ireal (11.U KoUrd down now tho dolrctrk. Tbo Wow orkt Xtrhtran um N ttH'tU Ccta rn4on, which bad tetn with thn front m-am una tbo llrat in rrlro. In tho rpn n AtrwJ5"tJei hi rcslcra and scrtbtrwtt L ton i. CbAiinr-- y M )rpw tied In unobaorrrd, amt ao did Uovoruor Korukrr. In fart, tba rrowd rllber falM to rrrognlao dUtingUUbed lnn wto mad? their apjM'aranco, or tbo wrath-r- r wai lou warm for rnthutUam. Thr flrat tb HpuHIni rrty for lrtldmt, (Icnrral John C. Fremont, wa escorted to the platform by a cr recant and waa loudly applauded, Iter, VrankGunartliiiwai introduced to lead the roMtt'tillon In prayer lie Ihankoit tbo Lord lor the Intel II tfrnto and courAgo under which thobannera of tho KcptthUean party had puio forth In ronqurtta and prayed that tbo contention might lo dominated by good pur .mac, for the ftory of (J-- and Hie (TtkhI of tbo mj4 itt?fnr Trcrr asknt for tnc lessen of tl Ugh pr!y vt plaeei In tho ndrninUtratfon. . . AUVtt Wt t U IVt,tlt.IMtfMMVI1M W id t ii nniny ttn tjjr trcrtMflty Kraaerulrn, and the lefrrencea to tb tartif. n t.h pro'etloaof American tabor, to tho ncomnulatlon of the aurplua, tbo demand for a free, boneat ballot, a fair count aid tho qucttlon of the ndrnlaalon of the Territories wcro loudly cheered, eapeelally that roUllnjf to tarllT. tbo reading concluded Chairman Jonei read nn addrcti, 1 In predicted aueeeaa for th4 KepublMn ptrty and a cored 1'rraldent Cleveland for hla Southern alUance and tho freo trade weakneaa of tho Admlnlalra tlon. Ho aaw the country did not want toco back to the Pcmocratlo Uayaof sloth nnd 1 Hor once. At tblt point John M Thurtton, of Kobraiun, who was to Ihs temporary rhairman, had moved up to tho rlwbtvf Mr. Jonea, and tbo latter loat no tlmo In IntrtHluclti'i hta aucvuaaor. Frequent nnplauin pre o toil the cbalrmnna prech, and It swelled Into a torrent when be reached his reference to lllatne. When the dtf ferent candidates neru named by tho speaker Sherman nnd AUUon rrched tho weight of the applause, but It waa noticed that he did not mention Oresbam The speaker's vo're enetratctt crery nook and comer of tho lull. Ho doacrved In full measuro the prolonged and vigorous npprocla tlon which came f rum tbo audience when the closing words fell from hla lip. KUenca ro stored, the lUUol Icmnoraryoniccrs was read, leudlnff out with C W. KrlJiy, of Michigan) Michael ItlcVard, of Wisconsin, and W. M. Howell, of Tennessee, as secretaries. 3lr. Ilorr, of Michigan, was then rercffntrcd. He wanted. In behalf of tho Michigan delegation, to present lo the convention a gavel made outof tho wood from tho oak under which lh Itepublleon party was organised on Jul 6, &M, In Jackson, Mich, In accepting the gavel Mr. Thurston sahl bo would at once proceed to poimd tho clallghll out Of tbo DUuiuU0 party, On motion of General lllngham, of renniyl tsnU, the rules of the Home of Kepresvnta llvei uoro adopted, and on motion of a delegate from Kansas a resolution of aympalhy with Uenrr.il Sheridan was adopted by n rising ottt. On ihe application for tickets for)OeiUnIon soldiers, Mr, Tart, of ttouth Carolina, made a Vtgoiout speech lnfaorof thoauapcntlonof (be rules. Mr Iluttcrworth, of Ohio, asked that tbo matter bo toft to the National Committee with Instructions to see that the matter be ad justed, nnd finally It wat so referred. Chairman Green, of tho Nebraska delegation, presented General John C. Frimont to the jB rMly, fj lil r9 avttlt alow Ttio Vlrjrtnlana were tcn aldrrably tchlmU and many mcra Rlattf a wf ra a!nlr If c Ird in Quoat of the dlmlnuttvo XIabono nnd tbo driueldy Wlir, who head the rhal (ru men woro ,vut ht-Mitb- dolt-Ra- t fr tbo ..t General ItnsvcIlA. of MaMachusctts. tec- Alien, rfonnu. waits soa a. w, Harris, uei-f- I r lions and oatahltah also Patrick Ecsn. of should amt V, V Kran. B. il.ttowjuog, Henrj and Wra. Ksto. of North Carolina. do pasreu wiiiiouiunneeeMary delay. rTne HudnallandP.C V, Corrig so. alternates. party pie a lUeU to do all In Us x, F. of A rf zona, From the First Wsinet o, 11. roster, F. D. power to facilitate the admit ion of the Terr! caatrr HiscccH nominated Chaunccy M. Iee.delegatest J. Trader, J, A. Urlstow, altern- lories of New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho and pew; nr. Hartley, or Minnesota, seconded ia ates. From tbo Fourth District CharUs C to tho enlorment of lf trnrrramrat a 0 nomination. ana jodu iLLangston, delegatest Koaa 1 lain II I HrtMes. Liicii al them aa nr now ouallfled aa Whi Pennsylvania was call dl General Dan- ion and Wll. Ash. alternates. Kroui tha aoou as possible, and the others as soon as they J IL Hastings, 01 mai iaie arose and pro- Mln-Iy-, Second Dlatrlct-IU- rry lUtrlek O'Con mm income it- icnted the name of John Sherman, The nomt- nor, aeiegaiest iioMrt Norton, George U natUfi was seconded by Governor J. n. Kara Illor, alternaUa Front tho Third ;ur, Jvtn M' LanJton and Mr. Anson,, of iTi HUUUt JtAttt S, rPIlaus, Morgan Treat, delegates 1 8. It. CI ark son, GUHrt Wr. PimW. hX'Tmmnf Stnlita, iitv4.A iu UiHiilit uoyo, alternates, rrom tha Fifth Distric- tatlon Mayer JCdwIn II. Filler, of Philsdelphla. Wlnfleld Bcott, J. Hardin, delegates! W, K. No second. Hlmma, J. H. Wright, alternates. From the Epooner, of Wisconsin, nominated Herat Filth DIttrlct-- U F, Houston, O. W, Jackson, Govembr Rusk. No second. tielegatesi A. M. Law son, J, Sampson, alter and the Convention sorted the roll-caln Th if nates, rrom tho Kighth Dlitrict-- O. K. nines, adjourned to meet at 11 o'clock to morrow. W. T Ilrown, delegates; W, P Graves. W. II. ' 1 rgluon, alternate. From the Tenth Dlatrlct rOCRTIt PAT. J. A, Frailer, II. W. Williams, dclgatos( F. W Williams, J. W. Dry ant, alternates, CntTAoo, Jnne Ti. The Convention was D. U Itussell, of North Carolina, presented a rspp--d to order at 117 this morning. Mr. mlaortty report. The minority report wa reKate seems to have been tired out, and Senajected, and the Convention adjourned until totor frank Hiseock, of New Vnrk acted as morrow at 10 o'clock. cbalrnan of the Convention. Ituv. Mr. Wor-oestinvoked i!rnc aid. Hut little time was lost tU the balloting for President began. FolTIHRD PAT. lowing Is the WIIERC TUB COXVKprnOX IE MEUX CnicAcn, Juno 11. The Convent Inn was W; Allison,??! Dcpcw, Flnt ballot-Alg- er, eallM lo order promptly at 10 o'clock this 99; ntler. Sit tire wham, ill; Harrison, tt); morning by Chairman Katoe, poll; leal power of tho Mormon Church la HawUy.U; Hiseock, 0; Ingalls,W; Phelps t5; The The Invocation was delivered by Her, the Territories as exercised In the paitiaa Husk, SS( Sherman, Sttf nialne,n; Lincoln, Thomas 1:. Green, of Chicago, who thanked menace to free Institutions too ilaugrroifs longer 3; Mrftin'.ey,3. the Almighty for tbe past, with Its weight of to te suffered. Thereforo wo pledge the renaofWdcago. ncfre a tecond ballot was taken. Dr. Smith, party to appropriate legislation assert- ofpeiasylvama, who este'rday nominated Kd-wi- n It usbeM seal lo with a letter from Major history 1 for tbo present, with Its magnificent sweep of possibilities, and for tbo rich bone of ing tbe sovereignty of the Nation tn all Terr11 Killer, withdrew bis name. Koche, which la to be read aasoon aa Mr. Kvtee, Do- 116; Allison, who la to be the permanent chairman, baa beta ta fulure. Ho invoked tbo Dirine meaning itories here tho same Is questioned, and In Beend Pallet.--Alg- er, u;xn the eonventlon, and prayed that Its pro- furtherance of that end to plaeo upon the stat pew,ff; (Jresham, uw; Harrison, 01; Ingalla, chosen, ceedings might be characterised by wisdom. 'Hie eon i cot Ion waa railed toorderatlU) utettooka, legislation stringent enough to di- H; Phelps. lt Kusk, CO; Sherman, CIJ; At the conclusion of the prayer the chairman vorce Ihe political t om tho ecclesiastical pow. 11 taint, a); Lincoln, 3; McKlnley, 1 by Chairman Thurston and a bah fell upon te Thlrt Hallo!. Alger US Allison. M Tie pow asmbtagewhm Iter Mephon A Northrvp, af touched Ihe electric bell as a signal for tho er, and thus stamp out the at tendan (wickedness 01: Grtibam, 123; Harrison, at; Phelps a; Husk, Fort Vavoe IihL, lifted up hla role In prayvr tand to render some selections, but U)ere was of polygamy. no retpecsc the sacnbcr ti ttc fcsn4 set yst H Ibttnt party Is in favor of tbo use ot P5 filrfrman, Ctl; Hlatne, X; Lincoln. 2; ihv Itvin The Hcpubltcnu NHa th pti errdlng of the convention. Ho rendered lharks having put In an a pforao co-Millers. both gold and stiver aa money, and condemns McKlotey, of Ohio, Chairman of the tho policy of tbe Domocrnlle Administration tn for tbo tnemorlea which clustered around this Wlra lbs result of this ballot had been an sacred and Itnprcstlte hour, for Divine ae4 Kesolutlon Committee, ho bad tvst entered its efforts todemonetixe silver. nounffd Penator Miller, of New York, xryived rlvll protection, and for tho blculngs whha the hall, was recognized by tho Chair, and ho. Wo demand the reduction ot letter postage to that tho cofiventloq tako a recess, which was aroae 10 mnKC me report 01 ma committee. came from a generous just. agrcd to, oue cent per ounce. Inacleardlstlnrt voice Mr. MclUnieyrcaa The Pirlno favor was Invoked upon the lead' Ina Hepubllo like ours, where tho eltixen Is Tbsconvrntioa was railed to order azatnat 7:13 mi Vy Chairman Kstee, who has recoverect tho contention, and the lMvtoo aid u Ihe committee's report as follows! tho sovereign and the offlclAl servant,where atked that tbo delegates tnlgbl re alt e the no power Is exercised except by the ered kls rdeo to a certain degree. ThfwJ'Iatftmn. grave rcap?n!HUtlc resting on them In the Chlnniet M Dejw wlibdmsr his namo from will of the people, it Is Important that the sovcltole of a standant Nearer, who should coni ereign thj people should possess Intelligence the Crareatton as a candidate In a short torch. The Hepublieans rf tho United States, assemGcserai Hastings, of Pennasltanla, was then fiom the people and to of the people. bled by their deleirales In National Conrenilon, The free school Is the promoterof that intelliAfter tho prajer Chairman Thurston aald pauso on the threshold of their proceeding to gence whkhlsto preserve us n free nation; recogsUfdby the Chairman. Ho said that ho that there bail len foraardei) lo blmrro(u honor tbo memory of Ibelr first great leader, therefore tha Htate or'Natlon or both combin- arose in ths interest of harmony nnd caution. tlona referring lo Ihe formation of the platform, tbo immortal champion of liberty and the rights ed, should support free Institutions of learning and to wfft ho lieneved to be the best Interest y. He believed that thoso Interests which tho chair aald would bo referred to tbt ot tbo people, Abraham Lincoln, and to cover suClctent lo afford to every child growing up In Committee on Jtcaotutlona. the convent ion would be best served also with wreaths of Imperishable rememUioland tbe opportunity of a good, common A met Ion was mal and seconded that tae brance and gratitude Ihe heroic names of our school oducatlon. mm merit until morning. In CVmmltlee on lcrmancnt Organisation t-- lato w tut have mar ronlly Wo eanttatly rewnmut that pmmpt action, Eivelho convention tlmo to have a eall0 ;b understanding, railed upon to nuko a report, nuiapfvttt frov; our and to prevent Arthur, be taken by Cowcrc In th enactment ot auch eame rnnn Mr. If atria, of Notttutnataa.vt1 memnrir rliuv JrdMotlcmvwmtft rrflrfMre jxhsHitntlnn vniuii. nnj w fully (hertthed. We aUo recall with our greet. of our American men nnnt marine, and we pn- - frmjTffl tti OoiDinllleo on IVnnantnl OrgaotiAtWli shouM not report until the Coracnltteo oa Ings and with prayer for hla recovery the name teat againtt the passage by Congress of a freo morning. and upon hi motion he demanded a Credential should bar been brard from. He of one of our living heroes wboao memory will ship bill, n calculated to work injustice to lacall of tit roll of States. The rote resulted In did not wish to force a gag law upon the eon rtn bo treaaured In the hlttory both pf the Hepubbor by lessening the wngrs of those engaged In jeas, 6S5,uys&U. Hon, but he moved that tbe motion bo laid upon lieans and of tbe ltepubllo the name of that preparing materials as well as those directly nobla soldier and favorite child of victory, Phil employed In our ship yards. Wo demand ap the tablv nrrn dat. The Cbatr stated that at the last two Itepub-tlra- n Ip ILKherUtan, propriation for the early rebuilding of our CniCArA Jddq S3. Promptly at 10 o'clock Conventions theCommlttcton lVrmanent In the spirit otthoegTeat leaders, and of our navy for the construction of coast fort Irlcnt toss this mornhg the Convention was called toordcr Organlaatloo had reported It fore the Omtntt own devotion to human liberty, and with that and modern ordinance, and other approved mod- by Cfcdrnua Ksteo, who was still suffering lee on Credentials had completed Its labors. hostility to all forms of despotism and oppres- ern means of defense for the protection of our from loarnet.f$enatorWarner Miller, of New H was Informed that the Committee on Cresion which Is (he fundamental Ideal of UiO harbors and cities: for the payment of Yorklheatook the gavel and presided. Hlahop party, wo send fraternal congratnla pensions to our soldiers; for necessary Eamur Fa3oa s then offered a prayer. dentials would not be ready to report until a Jut a o'clock this eentr.g. tlon to our ot Hrattl upon works of National importance In tho improveHaQotlnf was resumed wlihthe following reMr, Henderson, of Iowa, said that as tha con- their great act of emancipation, which com ment of harbors and channels of Internal, coastsult! vention mutddo nothing under tbe cirrum pie ted the abolition of slavery throughout tbe wise and foreign commerce; for tbe encourageFourth tsllot Alger, 183; Allison, 68; stance eacept to oryaalre, unless It should be two American continents. We eame stir hopo ment of the shipping Interests of the Atlantic Sherman, C3d; Dlalno, proposed to goon with tho nominating speeches, that we may soon congratulate our fcllow-clt- t Gulf and Paciflo States, aa well as for the pay- 41: Uncolt 1; McIUntey. 11: Douglass, 1; Fora-2SX.be would move to take a recea until " o'clock sens of Irish birth upon the peaceful recovery ment of tho maturing puhlio debt. Thl pniier itr McKlnley withdrew. Cries of -- No, oa" Mr llayoe, of of home rule for Ireland. vriil ffini cs:r tersest to our labor, activity to Firth )3uL Alger, IU; Allison, 63; Gres-baxm or Iic5.crscs V.'c rcana cur caautiiisg' derctlsn to the our various Industries, increase the security of IMMy,TSia, ippOKd 87; Bsrrisen, SIS; Sherman, S24; Blaine, withdraw M mot ton, and mrrd to preceett to National Constitution and to tho lodlstolublo our country, promote trade, open new and di- 4iMcKiiWH- - The Convention then took a a permanent oryanlxallon which was agreed to. Union of the Ktalea, to the autonomy reserved rect markets for our produeo nnd cheapen the recess until 1p.m. v.t&wrtH riMUr, of Ohio, Chairman of to tho States under the Constitution, lathe cost of transportation. Wc affirm this to be far Oonventloninetst4;13, and adjourned until tbe Committee on Permanent OrganUattnn, personal rights and liberties ot citizens la all better for our country than tho Uemccrntic por- 11 o'clock Uonday morning by a voto of 4tt yeas sppc5 spca the ptatfem and nv tb tbe SHntes ftM 7rrt!oV in th Upton, and ter of loantmr the Gov crumcut's money without to nan tunaulruou reinUt of tbe rtmmtttee He was rtprrlatly to the supreme and soverigti right of Interest to 'pct banks. given an entbulatle inception by the audi-n- every lawful eitlxen, rich or poor, native or Tho conduct of foreign affntra by the present SIXTH DAT. .! . h autM that M. M. Cslee. ot Cai' foreign born, white or black, to cast one free Administration baa been distinguished by Ha CHlCUOAjunea Tho Itepubllcan National fomla, wa sclrcted for IVrmaneni rhatrraaa PMtot tn puntte eteeiion ami 10 navv luai twiiut lt cTartcr. Having withs called to order at H;M. After of tha Convention, the cheering lmko forth duly counted. We hold the free and honest drawn from the fnato all rwndlng treaties ef- Conventios band struck up, "Nearer My God to prayer lb afresh. Governor Foster proceedrd to read popular ballot and tho Jnt and equal repr-se- n fected y ttepuhtienn administration for the re- Tlieo." tbe list of Vic Preside Ms as selected by tho I n 11 on of all the people to tm the foundation of moval of foreign burdens and restrictions upon Mr. Hti'iten. of Virginia, offered a resolution various State delcgatlona. our Kepubllean Government anil demand our commerce and for Its extension Into which was cast should be Tfcc report wa 4lopt1 wiihouldUaent. and rflrctho IrjrUUUuii to secure Hie Integrity and markets. It bus nelthtr effected nor proposed that 1.0 ?vie bad notcruntrdregularly placed been for any cm vho Ihe chair appointed (lovernor loitrr r OhIo( purity of election, which nretho fountains of any others in their sltud. Professing adherresolution was declared to noralniuoa, Tbe II ttcaator rinlcy, of Nevada, and Mr (ie-r- ge all public authority. We charge that th pres ence to tho Monroe doctrine. It has seen with In bo out of wdcr Sloan, of New Voik.arommltteotn curort Mr ent Administration and the Democratic ma- Idle complacency the extension of foreign influ Mr. Dtrlle, Maine, then took tho platform Kstee to (he platform from bis seat In the Call jority InCotigreaa owe their existence to the ence In Central America, and of foreign trade 10 talk about Mr. Illalno's attitude fornla delegation. "pprw ton pf Ihe ballot by a criminal nullif- everywhere among our neighbors. It has re- and be gai Convention. Ho said that without ication of the CcsiUtutioa &s3 lawt of tbe fused to charter, sanction or encourage any toward Uf to give anv construction to the Ion nttempttcf American organization for constructing the Nh Uftllta Bttttcs. b wotild read aome dispatches Wc arc unrom promisingly In favor of tie araugua Canal, a wprl: cf TJtal tapcrtascc to tsc AwOfC cn'-from Mr Bistneas follows; American system of protecttont we protest maintenance of the Monroe doctrine nnd of our KDISBUIUTH. Juii34. against Its destruction as proposed by the National Influence In Central and South AmerTo HouuQe and Manlcy; Earnestly request President and his pirty. They crvo the In- ica, and necessary for tbe development of trade all frtendiw respect my Parts letter, terests of rumps; we will support the Inter with our Paciflo territory, with South America, Ulaikk. ests of America, Wa accept tho lcun and and with the Manda and further coasts of the EutNHDHOM, June 2a. confidently appeal to the peoplo for their JudgPacific Ocean. Msnley, Maine Delegation, To Douttlle and ment. The protect he system must be mainWe arraign tbo present Democratic Adminis right to ask my tained. Its abandonment has always been fol- tration for Its weak and unpatriotic treatment Chicago ! think I have a lriendstortspectmy wishes and refrain from lowed by general disaster to all Interests, of tho flshcrtea question, nnd lta pusillanimous make this and former IHesse those of the usurer and tbe sheriff. We surrenderor the essential privileges lo which voting forme, promptly. J, G. Blaine. our Ashing vessels are entitled In Canadian dispatch publle dntuwmM th Mills bill Mrttruetlvetflth rssventlon then proceeded to call tbe iThe gonexal business, the lalwr and tho farming In- ports under Ihe treaty of 1P18, tho reciprocal terests of tho country, and we heartily endorse maritime legislation of lsT0 and tho comity of rollof RtftHsfortbe sixth ballot with the fob tho consistent and pAtriotlo action of the Uo nations, and hlch Canadian llahtng v essels re- lowlnif rrtnttt Sixth MM. Alger, !37i Allison, 7S Grea publican representatives tn Congress In op- ceive lnthe porlaof tho United States. We condemn tho jtollcy of the present Administra- ham,D; Farrlson, 231 Sherman, fill; Foraker, posing Its passage. McKlnley, X We condemn the proposition of tho Demo- tion 'and the Democratic majority In Congress I; Hlalr.c '. FrtHl (irant, 1)KM; Allison, TO; SerenU ballot. Alger, cratic parly to place wool on the free list, and towards our fisheries aa unfriendly and conspicuously unpatriotic, nnd ns tending to do Grcshanv 9tx Harrison, 378; Sherman, 211; we insist that the duties thereon shall be 1A Havmond. I Mild liiitUilalhrd u ' U furnish full and xtrcy a valaatts national tustry, nnd as In H'Ste" P McKlnley, dispensable resource ot defense ngamst a for- ker.lT Unrein I. adequate pro lac lion to that Industry. MrHtorwtn, ot Town, arose and withdrew Tbo Itr publican parti would effoct all needed eign enemy. JJTLlrgucUonDiibe Nuttcnni revenue repealing J Tho namo of America applies alike to all tbecistifstAHUoa. tlw ntMt-J'fw- t itidU rLLwllarriion. fliiuKhcnnan, 118; C2!!&3.r then escorted Mr. Tho comn-u- ee tbn platform, hi appearance upon which was snee and burden to sprl culture, and the tax up- alike tha eamo obligation ot obedience to ttio 'AtgtXreovtiTfKUaia; w; lttainn; a; stcttlnlcr,'. Mr Jiarrison waa aeciarcu tne norcineo or greeted with cheers, which was renewed a he on spirit used In tbe nrts, and for mechanical laws. At Ibeame tlmo that eitlzenshlplsand PresMont, and on motion tho nomination was purposes; and by such revision of tho tariff laws must bo tho panoply and safeguard of him who took his plaeo at tho speaker's stand, her as will tend to rbeck Imports ot such articles as weara it, nnd protect bint whether high or tow, inado unanimous. made a abort but lmpreaslva speech. speeches After several short congratulatory Mayor Hoche's gavel was then presented ry aro produced by our people, tho production of rich or poor, in all his civil rights. It should which gives employment to pur labor, andre-Jeav- e and must afford him protection at home, and by deb gates tbo roll call for nominations for that worthy in a bsppy speech. from Import dmles thoso articles of for follow nnd protect him abroad In whatever land Vice President commenced, A motion to recess Chas. A. Works, of Hoc Word. III. then sail until evening was voted dow n. eiga. production (except luxuries) the ltkoof ho may be on a lawful errand." "Mr, Cha'rmaui I hold In my hand also a Mr Pany, ot Kentucky, nominated for Vice Tho men who abandoned tbe Kepnbllcait per Hhtih cannot be produced at home. If there aenttotno Illinois delegation py Mr. H Present William O. Hrjtlley, ot tho same Montgomery, ot Galena, HI. It Is a plain tool, shall still remain nlnrger revenue than la re- ty in ltwf nnd cnnltnuo 10 adhere to the tcmo-emtiparty, have deserted not only the cause State andJsinadopf neither silver or gtld,but Itls quisite for the wants of the Government we faMr Griggs presented tho name of William connected closely by associations with a name vor tho entire repeal of Internal taxes, rather of honest government, of sound finance or free tho memory of which will ever bo dearer to the than tho surrender of any part of our protective dom and purity of tho ballot, but especially Walter Phelps, of Now Jersey. Mr. Gibson, of Kgan, the heart ot the American people than either sil system, at the Joint behest ot tho whisky ring have deserted the causoot reform In the civil Ohux secondedMr. nomination; aUoMr RosenOliver, of Iowa, Mr service. We will not fall to keep our pledges of Nebraska, ver or gold. It is made from n piece of wood and the agents ot foreign manufacturers. We declare ourbostlhty to the Introduction because they have broken theirs, or because thal cf Texas, Mr. Fuller, of North Carolina, from the desk In a tannery In Galena (loud cheers) which deskwss left by that superbly Into this country of foreign contract labor and their candidate has broken hU. Wo therefore and Mr, Uoutolle, of Maine. Th tall of States was resumed and when magnltlcent silent soldier of America, U. H. ofChlnese labor, alien to our civilisation and repeat our declaration of 1881, There form ot tho civil scrvlco auspiciously be New York was reached Senator Miller aroso Grant. (Loud and continued applause, the rn ourconstltutton; andwe demandthe and nominated Levi P. Morton In nculoglstte tho existing laws against tt, and gun under tbn Kcpublicnn Administration Lttre audience rising to Us feetMiih enthutt nam.) favor such Immediate legislation as will exclude should bo completed by tho further extension speech. Mr. Gage, of California, Mr Oliver, of ot tbe reform system already established by South Carolina, Hsllowcll, of Kansss, General 1a t wr from our shores. Mr. Uayne, of Pennsylvania Chairman ot such law to all the grades of tbo service to which It Ha'tng7ot Pennsylvania, Marsh, ot Illinois, We dcclaru our opposition to nil combinations tbe Committee 011 rulea, made bis report The report was adopted after some dtseutslon ry of capital organized In trusts or otherwise, to is applicable. The spirit and purpose or the Governor Foster, of Ohio, and others seconded arbitrarily the condition of trado among reform should be observed In all executive ap- the nomination of Mr. Morion, Henator Hoar, ot Massachusetts, and Hon control Mr McKlwee, of Tcnncsce, in a brief speech, Uenj. Hutterworth, of Ohio. our cttlxcns; and we recommend to Congress and pointments, and all laws at variance with Tho Comlttee on Credentials wcro not rrady the State Legislatures in ihelr respective Juris the object of exlsllng refotm legislation presented the nsmeof Wm It, Moore, of that legislation as will prevent the ex- should bo repealed, to the end that tho dangers htate as a nomlnoo for the Vice Presidency. to report, dictions such Mr Spters, of North Carolina, created the A motion to admit Union veterans to the floor ecution of all schemes to oppress tho people by to free Institutions which lurk In tbe power of of tho Convention csrrled. undue charges on their supplies, or by unjust official patronage may be wisely and effectively sensation of tha evening by a humorous speech, which was highly appreciated by Ihe audleuco, products to avoided." Convention then adjourned until 8 o'clock rates (or the transportation of tholr The gratitude of tho Nation to the defenders and for which he was warmly applauded. We approve tbe legislation by Conthis evening. market. Tho Convention at B:W. rte gress to prevent alike unjust bunions and unfair of tho Union can not bo measured by laws. The Standing upon his chair, he declared this to be legislation of Congress should conform to the the proudest hour of bis life, a confession Hecrotary then read a telegram received from dlsrrlmlnatlons between the States. tho Itepubllcan State Central Committee of We reaffirm the policy of appropriating the pledges made by a loyal people, and be so en whiib railed forth bursts of laughter. Alter California, sending greeting to the Convention, public lands of tbe United Btatcs to be home- Urged and extended as to provide against tho this i was wlih difficulty that .no speaker prograteful thanks for tbo honor iw steads for American cltliene and settlers, not possibility that any man who honorably wore tho ceed d, for he was Incessantly Interrupted with and returning party estab- Federal uniform shall becomo an Inmato ol nn lauter sad cries ol "What's tho matter with stowed on tbe Paciflo Coast by the selection ot aliens, which the Itepubllcan ' Mr, Ksteo as Permanent Chairman. privsto charity. BpcersrV lished In 1803, sgalntt the persistent opposition alms house or dependent Ilo's all right." Chairman Kstee announced that as the limit of the Democrats In Congress, nnd which In the presence ot an overflowing treasury It Hw vvas finally able to mako It understood to dowould buu publlo scandal to do less for those great of time for speaking was five minutes, all has trought our Western whoso valorous service preserved tho Govern the convention that Le favored the gentlemanot speeches would bo called to orderon llrao? ei main Into such magnificent development. menu We denouncq tho hostile spirit shown "wsgnantmou magnanimity' o( Levi P Morton. ceptln tho presentation ot candlJatosfortbe Tho restoration unearned railroad Presidency, and so would the Convention here Knd grants to the publlo domains for tho by President Cleveland in hta numerous veloca tLaughter, Mr Chandler, of Mississippi seconded Ihe after be called to order on time. use of actual settlcrt, which was begun under of measures for pension rt llcf, and the action The following resolution was adopted by a the Administration of President Arthur, should of tho DemocraP.cHouso ot Representatives in nomination of Mr, Mooro, but that gentleman rising volei MVe tender to the Oermim ,rt,.i continued. We deny that the Democratic refusing even a comlderstlonoi general pension withdrew his name. lo A billoi lt our heartfelt sympathy In the double lou they ' party has ever restored one acre to tho people, legislation. ai then takeu with Iho following In support of the principles herewith enuncihave recently sustained In tho decease of oaofflclal); Morton. B9I Phtlp HO. Drad-le- y but declare that by tbe Joint action of Hepubligreat man under whose relan Germnnn 1... b eans and Democrats about S3,ooo,oi) acres.pt un- ated we invito the cooperation of patriotic men luilrura II. Levi P. Morton was declared come a untied nation, and that other Krst earned lands, originally granted for tha con- of all parties, nnd especially of all viorklngmen the ll0Paoes The nomination, on motion of man, till liberal minded, peace-lovini and noble struction of railroads, have been restored to the whose prosperity Is seriously thieatcned by Mr DMpnj.iof Kentucky, nos inado son." public domain. In pursuance oPthe conditions the free trade policy of tbe present Admlniitrs OntnoUonof flnorAl lfutied. of Nevr Yoili. ltcsoluifona of respect to tho memory of Inserted by tha Itepubllcan party tn the origin- tlon. Grant, Lngun, Arthur and Coikling were unanithe National Committee was directed tuprov hlu al grants. We charge the Democratic Adminmously adopted, The Chairman stitcd that the next order of nisI9Urienr4 hence Ihst the Territory istration with failure to execute tbo laws iccur wSKmmmrr'fsafWtWt Hwu Wm. ftjihftce (loud appUuic), it. Urowa '"," Htate governments, it Korea, notntonttoni sC riamtf to kvq j Mr. Harrison was elected Unrtcr or tho Boprcmo Court of fndlana In 1800, six" years after he bad begun tho practlco of his profession. Soon this, however, after ho army. Joined Union the In which ho was commissioned a Second Lieutenant, He was one ot the 75,001 volunteers who answered Ircsldent Lincoln's ralL After a short service he organized Company A, of the Seventieth Indisna Volunteer Infantry, wa and appointed Colonel. was mustered out In Juno, JWJS, He with the of Brigadier-Genera-l. rank charged the duties of Court Kcportcr for four years. In 187 be was a candidate for Governor on the Hcpubhcan side but was defeated. Ho was appointed on the Mlstlsslppl Uiver Commission In WX Mr, Harrison was elected United Stales Senator for Indiana InlsWas successor of Joseph McDonald, and took his aefUou March 4, 1WL Ills term Of scrvlco expired Msrth 3, 1387, be being auccevded by David Turple. P. Morton Is the son ot a clergyman and the descendant of n New England Puritan family, and waa born InShoreham, Vermont, about slxiy-flvyears ago. He was educated In tho local atademy; engaged In business In Hanover, New Hampshire, at tho age of twenty years, nnd nt twenty-fiv- e was a clerk In the bouse of F. M. Bcebe A Co., of Boston, Five years later be founded the dry goods commission house of Morton & Grinnell tn New York City. In lcM be established the banking bouso of Morton & Bliss, of which he Is still the brad. Ills business career has prosperous, been uniformly and ho Is rrganlrd a millionaire), Mrv Morton's active Interest In politics beranln 1870. when he was for tho first time a candidate for Congress, and narrowly missed success. Two years later he ran again in tho Murray IU1I District or Netr York City, anI was elected. In 1530 Mr. Morton was talked of for second place on tho Presidential ticket, which was, however, given to Central Arthur. President Garfield ap pointed blut United States Minister to Franco. Two years ago bo was n candidate for tho Senate, but was unsuccessful. reside. "'- - ; - Imted to catci!7 This was not AA had operated In thli ttpply Ma IlLACKrooT, JPABoJje 25The starts of Sallflnjry & CoVcarrylriB UnltwlBtntes mall nnd express,aash1dup between here and Chamois by muted highwaymen HaU urday. Besides rifling the tnall pouch, silver bullion worth fjfioq waa taken. iP4ton,lforr. .tyhwayrann that c!t ts dis- - DYING BV UNDREDa KxeeUe II rat causes tho Peatli a a a yer Cnnnttea Clilltren In New York. Niw Yohic, June 25. The continued heated term Is playing sad havoc among Ibe children In the tenement house districts. The certificate! of deaths are pouring In and several clerks nrokept busy tabulating thsm ,'for future rcferenco In tbo Bureau ej '.' Vital btntistlcs. Up to noon over ono hundred deaths of children from diarrheal caused by tho heat, hnve teen nnd it looks like fully three hundred deaths for tbe day, the heaviest in a j ear. Horses nro suffering severely and a number of cnb and car horses have dropiwd dead from thn heat, tbo latter notwithstanding the fact that tho companies have relays at Intervals of a mllo and hotyttal stations along the lines. At noonthe dethermometer legistered eighty-eiggrees. y y s, ht V of called FroTruck3and trefcatrol vacon. Tho. firemen took down'tfcc ,,lsily, and th isollcrma conveyed tjhr liend(pmrtcrs. The victim of tho trnWjr was Charles Kullhan, a telegraph lineman; who lived' near tho church. Ho drinking some luring tho day, nnd tnatUsViLet with some acquaintances, first as to tHehelghfof the spire, nnd, second, as to his ability to climb H Mtfuly When HuIUvan wont to tbn tower to climb U.the bellraearefused to let Mm pass, hut afterward he slipped by them, and the flrst they knew of the fatal climb was when they saw tho bleeding body on the church root alter tho fall. Hultlvan'a betting friends got away as soon as possible to avoid arrest !nit&,V&tu 1 PMIeehMsfi'; r.xpcrlmtnllng i; ba te ,ajelr fi. hn tt, t!s - !.?;; GRAIN. Obtaining Ainonj tlio Peasants of Morocco. Owing to tho brotherly way tho Sul-thrta of quartering his Midlers and friends on hU Moved subject, they lildo their jjruln until It can bo sold In theso mafcunors, which are simply hold dug In tho ground and tho top built over, nKhouuh - now and then one1 J- - 111 Is found '' " m oonioill iwiault Uii, when a detachment riolnfr soldlera come nlong on n foraging ex pedition, tho thrifty peasant la able to lift his hands to tho sky and row that ho Is without even enough to keep hla family from starving. Of course tho grain rota In tho ground, and by tho tlmo the Arab finds a market for It there Is nothing to sell but a mass of mold, but somehow nothing Is learned by tho experience, and ho does Just tho sarao tho next year and tho year after. The pleasant llttlo story told fcbout Is that tnatamors theso they aro dug in places by old nnd decrepit slaves who havo outlived their usefulness, and then their owner scores a doublo point in killing thcin to preserve hb eocrut and to get rid of feeding them any longer. All that Is known la that theso mntamors aro diacovcrcd in tho strangest placed, and no ono knows who they belong to or who dug them; not that tho lcaat In teresting anticipation nlxmt a trip Into tho interior of Morocco may bo consid A Peculiar Cotton ijiiliH-ti.vvIlhftbo- HIDING THEIR Permansntly Settled. MOMGOHKnr, ALA..June 25. Melville A Milen, a young w hlto man, and a negro, w h, linrralson, fought with pistols yes tenlay, hrar Hlcbmond, Ala., and were killed. They ,nere living on the plantation of A. T Jones, Miles ns ns over seer nntl tho negro aa a laborer, Tho ne gro had been ordered to leave tho place, but refused td1 do so. nnd when Miles went with Jones to tho negro's house, ho llrvd on them. Allies shot twice nnd dlttl hi llf teen minutes. Harralson wns alao shot fa tally and died In a few hours. lth iy .H ered tho visibility that at any tlmo your mulo may land you nt tho bottom of a matamor twenty foot deep, from which tho grain lias been taken, and where you will tlop until tho day of Judgment unless some, one else sees you drop; or on tho other hand you may stumble upon a matamor crowded with tho hidden wealth of pomo nabob, for thcro Is no question but thero aro hordes upon hordes of gold and sliver stored tn this way In Morocco to kcop It away from tho itching fingers of tho gcntlo Sultan. lhshi Transcript, Paralyzed by Fright. hrs cn f uhi ui U. Smedlwrg was first Colonel under firo nt Cnlncd1 Mills, and served until he lost hla leg at tho Wllder-noHq nfvor went Into a attlo without feeling a sen so of fear. "DId you over eco a nmnjcumplotel , paraiyzcu uy ingiur "ice; I know a young man who was n so that horoulddo nothing hut cry. I knew nn nfllcer of tbo regular nrmy who could not bUmd tho orileal of a battle, and I call blm a bravo man for this reason. In tho firt battle ho did not behavo as n good soldier. Ho was dlbinlssed fiom tho but inado up his inind thnt ho Strangled in i! Gallon ol Water. would conquer his fear and redeem him- Knoxvillk, TfytJfJiino 35. Horthlo bclf from tho Ktlgma of cownitllco. Ho Holllns, a two-euchild, fell wns given a ehnnco to enter tho hervico Into a can contaisingagnllouof wutcr and death, f v Vf ngaln wllhtho rank of Lieutenant, al- strangletl to though lie had held aCapta!nH commlis-slo- n Anamusingrtccurrcnco is reported nt tho tlmo of going Into tho buttle from rhiladolphlnl ' A d first. In tho second engagement ho colored policeman, entered a nerved himself to tho task of going In, sh'eet-caHI uniform waa ppotloss; but tho strain was too heavy for him, his brass huitoniShono brightly, and nnd ho biuko down again In tho presho carried lumelfjrlth tho air of a ence of his After this Spanish hldaljjo. As ho gazed around ho re tliod from tho ben lee, confessing tho car his glanoo foil upon nn nged that ho could not stand, firo. Ho wo n colored woman who was carrying bravo man becauso ho tried In tho fuco homo n great beg of clothoH from tho of death a becond tlmo to overcuino his laundry. The recognition was mutual. weakness." Chicago Ntws. "Why. foh do IxinllV eho exclulmed, Why, Joyously, "if dU ajn't Kli. 'Then ou nbsolutely rcfuao to marry chile,! pcaVly knowod jo. How you mo?' said he. "I do," was tho young havo growed Is do olo man at do lady's firm reply, "Havo a care, Miss almshoueo j'st, EHP,? Ulioro was no Knjoncs," said tho young man, with a answer to her queajlon. Kll hud lied dangerous glitter In his eye, 'consider with nn angrj expronslon ou hla pretho matter well. I am tho publisher viously phudd ountonanoe. 'm - in . of an ellto directory that is ulmot A friend was speaking to tho faready for tho press." Chicago Tti ther of a pretty daughter uho tit a tune, man who vrnnled to marry her. Thk light at St. Catherine's, the 'What dot tbe oungmando? ' unked " Ijo Is a manof letters; moat southcily point on tho Islo of tho father Wight, Is now tho moht powerful elec- lio wrltoH for the liingazlnoH under four tric light In tho world, and the fog sig- dlirerent noni u jjlumcwn "And under which of tboHoTijamos U ho the nal Is a steam hoi of great power. must uuknoHDf . terror-stricke- fer-vlc- o, Flayed Alto by White Caps. At, Ixhtik, Juno 25. A telegram from Pulaski County, Mo., says a bold outrnge PANIC IN A CHURCH wns committed there Saturday night by nn organlKMl band similar to the Whjfe Caps AlUyed by llio pAAtor'a Preseneo of Mind. of iimmufi. uuui imunigui a pnuy 01 iicrmentitl ttlite hs u Hrstoratlre. lnaskeil riders lode Up to tho house of I JLV u.k au fcassa VpJswA4- o'ClOtX thin ovcJiliiguiiotlJii IvjTUlC Ihuu- I WrAgWfc!;m nrfu tragus, cftlifo! visHi (his citr, Mnffthe third H IIIV HT'IIJI lll'IV IlllJ'J'tT-- Lltlll IU I in futir JavK. A furious Kale of wind bend death. Tho alleged causo Is tbe divulging I ed the stomiftcnringawny signs and porches of secrets Of tho Agricultural Wheel, a seand blowing down trees and fences. The cret organisation Gross was flayed alive. rainfall vns tremendous. A thunderbolt struck the Puritan Congregational Church Epidemic of Rabies. while service was being held, and many of WicnrrA, Ka8., Judo 25. A startling the audience w ere prostrated by the shock. state of afrnire exists ra Greenwood County Over a, dozen women fainted from flight. from tbe fear of rabid dogs. A gentleman A panic ensued, but was allayed by tba who arrived from there last night says the pastorcalllng outi "Fear not; ycu are Iu whole country Is terrorized. Mn persons God's house." The was nave been bitten and three have died after used as a restorative. sacramental wine Tho church tower suffering the most acute pain from hydro- was badly damaged. phobia. A mag-dwent through the in county about a month ago and bit a numDIsdat Ihe Agio! HO. is t ber of doge and cattle, and this appealed to June 23. A most jCuattaXOoo, Infect the whole country. Maria remarkable denth occurred Garltngton died at Cburchvtllc, ono of the Exponilva Horseflesh. auburbs-o- f nged 110 j'ears. Bhe thfx city, NEwYonic, June 25. The most Important w n W5 famlr?rn In Owrjjln, end fralo .f ending thoroughbreds that ever connection, ller descendnnts number ily took ptaco In Sfow Ywk waa In ncarlj-twhundreih Sho could locollect Madison Square Garden this aftemoon. whenOeorgo Washington was President, Tho youngsters (eeenty-twin uumlcr) tho early hisare tho produet'oiJ B. Haggln'a Hancho when he died, nnd ull Delpaso In California. "King Thorn, n tory of the country. Her death wunCaiuvd bay colt by Imp. King Pa- n- Muiid Hamp-to- by old age. tea sold for tf(ft to Mr. Lucius General Shsrldai. Appleby. This Is the years Waskiotost, Juno 24. Oenernl ling ever sold. condition has continunit t .r Mr mm Tho lnteue beat Is, however, beginning to General Sheridan's Coiditfoi. - , leWAsniffOTOMf Jtm IV Heneral Sherl-dnii- a tell upon his strength. It Is evidently physiciana Issuel the following bul- comlngucccarytocnidrth,fiM'?!lenof favor-ab!letin at nln thlsrrains' There Is no bis removal ut an carl y flay to a more locality. Portress Menrrm or Atlantic ulMihtiillnl Impm to noled in (tfiioinl Mherblan' condition eisce the last report. City will pruUibly bo selected as the most He passed a comforuhle night, nnd hU convenient of access. y condition Is fsirly good, notwithFound Drown a i. a standing tho heat. Haltimore, June 24. The body of Mr. Oeo. T. Hollyday, a fire Insurance agent A Qiginlfe Robbsry. Pnovincifpe, June !5 -- Chsrles A. P'tch-e- r, and broker, who wat reported In the disteller of tho Union flank, has absconded patches Inst night ns having been missing with a large amount tt the hanka funds. for a fw days, wns found In the harbor a Pitcher took about ill the vnluables bo tho foot of Hanover street this evening. could lay bands on, vxm to pennies. It Is Murderel at 0 Picnic Brawl. snfd betook half a million dollars In bondj PiTTSUimau, Pa,, June 24. During a nnd all the cash In the vault. drunken brawl ut a plenlo at Tom's Kun, " lastnigbt,OeorgeWhnIcn,hn Died While Looting at a Fire. was fatally shot hi the abdomen by an unCharihtw, f, Va.i Harriet Scott was Pressed from her sleep known man. Whalen died this evening. bya flroalariiitS fnt,out on thnporrli HIa.munleKtt.ii still at liberty. to look at the Mate jnf 'on turning to go Tony llirt In an lftI Ml tlmvttty. ., jy y. '. j u nd iKwLtwn TVoirecsTnt7"u-wr"ss- Atrium. lsSHBSSBBBSSBBB3H2iXw3sV,3liours aftcrwa niTosjjflitul 1eeu irigWHJ i the conmllaii, stho tn partnership vntiwT health up to tho tirnej47 Xwl Hprilgnu made a national reputation, ThiWhilsTpitha, w as committed to the State lunatlo hospital rlUAKiu, June35. Hundle Hev confirms here. Dr. Tark, superintendent of the hosthe report of tbe srrlval of n whlto Pasha pital, saya tho case laanlncuinMe oneot In tbe and says paresis. Tony W uot been on the stage for over u year. 'that the Khnllfat is Bending a force to tbe Pnshas slvnnce Warden's Order, -- teresting experiment In execution by electricity was made at Thomas A. Ed i son's laboratory, "West Orange. A cur picked up on the streets of Orange was the subject used. Tbe px)ierlment wns carried on under the direction of Mr. Hntchelar,of New York, nnd se eral of Mr. Edison's ex perts. The dog was placed upon an ord! nary metal plate and his fcrcpawa placed in a jnr of water, Into which ran wires, which, in turn, were connected with strong electric batteries. At a signal tLo electric current wan tnrnM on with full force. The shock cuused the dog to strugglo, nnd as he did so he upset tbe jor of water, destroying the insulation. Ho expired, however, In a few minutes. Prof. KemicUy, superintendent of the Moratory, snld to a reportor; "Hut for thoup'fU r t X" water the experiment would have uudouttly been successful. We nro not used to experiments of that fort, and, of ctrsrsr, dU sor ferwep thz mishap." Jlr. Uatchelar will probably wn visit tho laborntory again, and experiment further with the new apparatus. . m DEATH BY ELECTRICITY. at Fdlsons Laboratory Vpots thn New Poem of rimUhment. West Ojiaxoe, Jf.Y., June 24. An In- -- I- A.m1 T5f ,i.l ,ii S VrftT!s!rr7nT , der-sfcr- - n m og Tr-x.v- .!! lun hi o o t highest-price- d Bherl-dan'- -- & ': r, J'f 2Mr, j MME - Convict Shot by the Mansfield, Falkm, Our., June a convict iu thu fctnte prison, w aa shot and killed yesterday by order of Warden Mausfleld for Insubordinntlon. v.as the leader of the pilson rovolt In lcJ. An Unusual Visitor. PjULAPCLFHU, June 2b Tho first Ore-cla- n vessel that has vlsltPd Philadelphia for seventeen j cars arrived her jetUerday. She Is tba bark Hawkeye, Captain KinUr-icofrom Haibadoes, sftrr a passage of nowly-ap-polnto- r. fellow-ofilecr- s. seventeen days, aad bason boaidaraigo of sugar i MM- Six 4 Drownoi. 24. -- A yacht and women of this city, capsUod at tha jetty at tho and six of the mouth of the bay, jiarty were diuwned. 4swakx, N. J., Juno A II A Miner's TerrlLle Death. JuneSI.-Patrlck Oalla-ghei.- lutner, looking for work at ths Kloan fchaft yestenlny, fell down the shaft by making mlstep. Ua fell dx bundrwl feet, Hud tho body was terribly mangled by striking ngalnU thowulUof tho shaft Iu Uaduwuwnidflifiht. Escaped Negro OetperaJo CaptursJ. WeMMiNHTau, MP., June 2b Itowen, scaped from n K tbanefiio wh Ijncli him, ami who I .mty.wllo Intended b tins slue been lei rorliing Carroll Cwuntr taw, was nthatielghliuthiHHlorPuKm Scranton, Pa., a "rk 11 Puiigerand capluiedVaHtnlsbtbyBheilir Deputy Tj ler, and If now n Jail, :4 th' sssV TSt-n h ' 4si ggt?j rJPJL&lh-T-h MSMMSBJ A A . SssB22 x fflBW . . , .. iSj.V ,. . r&S ?.f 1 W1 . . r ,. V"-- l Lsssssssssssss ff. t it, .' 1.1 " : i ". . - a, i tt 1 i ...!,. V V w wWW 1 t ''WSTpWWf rjirtd. .,... J .. Ksn9sanBMssBBBHsaBBBSsTaBBAt ...,-,- ' j i w.nn1 ' a , a . . , . x. . 1 . ir. t S r tF?wwwLmx;& 'Z1 H'lii.rtLb' .r.dt.. UI,I.T--J i(iiiiiiii rai.j J f 1 ,i - rrllrr rv:'i .. ui4uv: "'- ,'ii tiik.u Ik i?&a 'wii. r .i " a L taJtfSE" " -- . i'jii mi - i. t i - MVi.'.ilU . , ( '"T"''F" ;. I .ii--"- 1 11 i .i.1 Uu 'Si':.;lf I'l'.iw. i' T I lirl . "' - . : I.MlI.l.VA -- , l&fe KopresontAtlro C. C. Matsonttho , J HAsmxNox is Jionrox. HlUKMAKJtY. Dyer county can havo nnothor Democratic nominee for Governor Indiana sajH thcro 16 no qursTlsausli hv no nieiinftaMnrroi. railroad, if. sho desires It. Of Tho ItAnnliliiAn nominee for.1 of .. t JUKI: 20, 1S33. J'KtDAV, C09t 80KUhing; but mero President. Gen. Den. Harrison, of tlon now, cmocra iiua over iireii,, tho young woman of wh0I. the C0UMC l w'" counties, In following oxtraot ffiAiii ihJ taii. towns nidi Oiug i doailnn In ft.n bout old. i Indiana, is icsrs w,t" HUcl1 cuterptisep, Inwreror very One nminy, wus a diana. ''The Kopublicaus." haul don Bpoctator tells ccrUinfl rites' member that a railroadnhould ner- fpllIS BCltOOL WILIi niXH'KN AUG. 27ril, 1889, UNUfiil TIIR OAUK Otf Ticket. Is a f soldier, and nUnJucd tho rank of he, "might havo picked up nuozeti J. MIB$ J U X. 11H1Q1IT Ami MiSS IK 4 ALMS, Tho HchofeMfoycMr Into Stato who Wo greatly doubt tho Waliu'timl advantago and mys UrigrtdierGenenU He is a grand-so- men outside of tho JuMnl iMominrltMof tin wctkireh i'upHa will bo ehftrccd from cintnnet lonl cf .parlrr Tuition pijaVd In middle and at tnJoi ipurirr. I ill prfr'il U dautu of Wllllnm illuiry Harrison,' would have brought more strength right of Miss Leonn Dure tho trMt,lolr coffora ft R01"1 rounil Ram, EOR F11E3XDEKT, Nt dcltcUon for Imucc, txw t hr nul nrrAnftncnl l'rlcw m fallow; the 0th Presided of the United, to tho ticket In Indiana than Har- omitu who uflcemled froul JU, nimuiilly, Intliu wnyof luxes. Tho l'riniry C2iir8aporqiijrir.$5IK), ticr laondi tiMM ) no rison. Mo is a man of cold, uu Orystnl Talaco on Moudnr. t , rUk following railroad men have boon States. Asa man mm eltu-eInvnntdlate Ulaitca, ivrqturUr, S7 6u, (icr month $3 w.) .GROVER. CLEVELAND, U olean and honorable, and aft a popular and haughty manners, and ihorllfo nsflho docrtt"oVen'f3r tiietn lfcv rouuty this week. In tho UlgLcr MathflinMka and Mogua, AJvanctd Claao( (lltllm Uttrra, KM. politician lielonimlo the bluojly- - has mure ways to umbo himself saKo ot gelling u living by tfiocw,,luliBt Ul '"l"1"'0 w" om pr rjuancr, tlO IH), mootli $1.00 ) hateful than any other mau In the hibltlon of hcrcourngo, buHt"B ,l rontl lihirt school, itt iaf tvorlte tflth roil tho big party callers, but has country Tho workiugmon detest inpr to her own Recount, && AttsjMt,,CHO,, T"n' ttf tli Mlaslaslppl ho has gono by ALAir'Gf THURMAN, novrrthebeen cor li'Jcteu nopurnr I him because iiiiuun iiieuiiiu out of verified she 00.000 snoctatJ1mlon river: O.W. A.Grawley.ltiehmoud, MISS IlKLLH FOKTUNK will ! illiams, Jaoknniij enn.f cuarKe of Iho Muafeal Dfparlmeftt. Tcrminf up io iu Monday ascends a mile people;1 ercn of liin own 1113 HTCm with lififiuforc. It U nllh plcftttiro that the anhuiioerorht i wnde tt hlmr icn n forparty ami Htntc; In 1S7G he was show tlmj hojiaa no sympathy half Into tho nir (3,000 metcls In mid J. G. Ilailey, of liutuboldt. n'i a to KCtire tho ocrrlcei oi .Mlu Dclle Torluiit, tho Rtml forit, U ebargo oj tho UennbHenn ri O0I11PO for Gov. with themNjIo can get nothing ner own estimate,) hanging io a This road, which $ a part of a llMDrpattmont Jhih I .XfeL.). d. great system, is to pass through but tho regular Junrci: Tiiimhiaw will bo exact- eruor of I milium hnt was defeat Konublicnue, and can arouse no balloon by her teeth, w!:icj are lViershurgnud thciluhcat purtluu Willhunn by uuusually strong. An iroi arts ly Buvent.vftvi' jcora old on the ed by old Dine J among county, provided thopo attached to a trapexo HnKpQ,ulel r U elected Vice JiRnn intitAittv. a i?iiiihl!can Lei;.. enthusiasm rr. ...;.. !thorn." ' J . J. . '. Aory ilny tliat ho ,ift.n11 nt from thn ,,.,.,.. Uu ho hnnnllttrd will lend o....4M iun'u .?. l'eiw!" War For &ro .1 nun hm wtiwwi 'im,,v v'" s,,. oaW afifili w... .W nir in ruin ntul nt i.ili V.,V tsl.tturo nowevoi eicrieu V aL Ktv) aj afeiBi ih Ptesidenl. helping hand. Mom tho town r month pteft or ' tho U. . S6ltw( A a Sonatnr phatic. Ho spoko of llanlson's an COWCILL'a EYE SALVE. TnBgrcAtlRHao or tho campaign ho failed to distil grfsh himself In bitter and contemptuous epithets bull ofih.it AiiltRfniirtA lin. nud tho county might seo It to will bo Hint TUnrninu gnvo any respect, cxoi ptonine moony- - appueu iuiuu ftmmuhvm m m fitted. Miss Hare puts licrtn i.utliht?Ir "vantage to tuko stock In D2T For KeuralU aud lint to Confcdornto prlsonotB. shirt line, llo h tte JUpublicnn diana a few years aco, which had nvnrtliffl. nPR hnr finfli ..1 la it. Oil GOrtllill fidr IcrillB. 'Xhla would norvo n a joko hud nominee, not bee iujo of any great aroused their mortal hatred ami WSILL'S WSiSEL OIL. cunieti up oy tue umiQO,vP iresponso will our noon! jdvf anybody but Forakcr paid It him'vIph in h nttv or rnuntiv. tho hostility of the workingmen of ported by her teoth niouo. 1 icro a tc:.uiii: TO JOSS. HSrl'orrilfi. KENTUCKY. mcrt.n.i.v, brigade sho signals to two experience I is 1HERG vcro sores nil ocrllio but because ho us in Indinua. his State. uThc C0V7GILL'3 HL3 OIMTKEST. o lft the which went from Indiana to Chi- sistants in the car, who In era No. 10 Mott street, Now York, Ilftpublicau parly before the Chl a donbtfiirSfaie.iicftuse enpo convention, and tho woven cniiidaoii of Pre dikut Harrison cago, and paraded the Btrccts for ladder, by which sho ascend! be tho largo brick tenement which )5For Teller ami lUngworro, 4,is a inguf course trained to alii; cro was bought by tho Now York Chi Uaya mob there has rubbed and and becnur.o tho JUrago conven Greahnin," said the Senator, OlUXIiSN?, hts rld onoa ami made tion got into a grin! w rangle, and true index to tho stato of feeling batlo feats, through a trajwnr ncDo" municipality goiuo months COWGILL'S T3TIER ItUierateit iit among tho laboring clmses of In iiy!nLiiit finally tuio too oiiRKu "uion ine biskct ago, will bo torn down, ami a per many a new one. Worn, Tinm ijji" Liyg.ug .QXvAxnmMuQimjuW&a&ii well uornl diaun. It waft emphatically a pro nfUuviuea iho two eompa ifleti udt baa .been obtained, from the WTfor ii CwftUr-PleasaAen. GuttsnAtt had no mor Wfjaa: tiU- tcat.ftcahuUIrtrrUon. xlxhfi KWTLUHW twXJiHIBi tjitytu build 1nrTH rJilHigod-- j Ujdtni.HMwHMl I Rer S250;000,000 Wcg!irdiingini&lhcrcda nQtxRBlsan lion I ormotre-in- r uailt laiVIlM TjUrtrtcVa for CliTnaTncnJnr reaH SAMFACTiON GOAPtAXTkBD OH I 1.4JUtlJ ' iiiiuonTTiinn AiornHoirrims, or limn as a slrqifr maiin nn.Vrc- - they will not havo mm u moir titiuo. which of nrcessityi 01 iuo A' JO A AT HKFUZDXU. siyio. iucu 77 oneuini any outer tnnii reformer, xiuk spect, not near to supli&ns Inatnc voles can help It." ns woll ns tho earncntcr work light. Into an ordinary alimT, JJIuino about at Ohimgo vrf8 IltiRir-Voorhees was not in the dress so as to be ublo to go hOhftvill bo donolivChiuamoumechau- - For Sale by tl Trourltlor, IndiPromptly Attended to, and all Loka Tuld Witliotil Discount. Senator 6r GrchlMm. The fact that "d n the Granger candidal?' ana is a doubtful State, together city when called npon.but a largo without incouvcmcnco wuen wo -g. Tins will no tho urst ami on J, W. COWGILL, Druggist, The Democrats liontflnniaon with Stato pride, may giro 1dm number of ludianians in Washing descend." Miss Daro declares ft plcco of Chlneso urchitecturo in Indiana for Governor, and Ihoy that Stato In Soi ember, but Har- ton agree In tho sentiment that tho that sho 6uflers no inconvciaencc I tho city. Tho intortor ns well Illckuati, Ky. t0 63 f vix beat lihn lijvtbnt Statu for rison's record before tho peoplu Chicago convention has mado In- beyoud a surging in her ears, A tho exterior will bo very fan "El til fHv III Wn (& viiUiH diana Bafo for tho Democracy. winch lasts tor some time auer taatlo in appearance, uuo uuini Ho it) popular with of that State, ami the bolting President. for nancrs already announc While, of California, temporary sho baa descended, and umt'itfgis to cost over $25,000. Tho tho leaders, bat Is not and uoer it'Ia by no means chairman of tho recent St. Louis through long exercise her teeth money lias bceu collected In vnri-anwas popular with tho uia3cs. SL0URUN ed, indicates that with tho dbpot. A3, n arc convention, is jaws have become exception- - oua Chinese quarters throughout AH6.IUTIFUL Many of tho mippoitcrd of certain. In fact,to Democrats Indi- nomination of delighted who, he l?al!!j Harrison, ally strong ami traiuod to bthntho Kastoru States. Ono portion uico Ctittap Hfuldtnc f In more jubilant as 'carrying Grcahaui and tihcrinnu aro very r iurcM, said, could not carry a single State tho execssivo fatigue which it asiof tho building will bo devoted to ror icrmsL cc. MK3, M It JtOSU, over Harrison nomination, ana now than befpro Harrison bitter 'mtiRt full to their share: hbt tho cxcluaivo use of Joss nud his the PaclQc slope. "Why," said His nomination lIickraao Ky. juried tf particularly tho GrcHimmitud, us- nomination. tho IHinpeiats h cer on to Senator Deck, "we havo al- nluin bet- ho it is oblous. norert1ieloas.tli.it Lir attendants. A real metal Joss is taiuly ghes . ing Btieh terms ns treachery, ter chance forrarrylriirNcw York, ready dug up his record on the lifo must be in tho most extrcrjoj to bo Installed within this sanctu &c. sneaks, ary ns soon us it is finished. AnNew Jersey, Couuecticht nud Cal- Chinese question, and that alone tvf.riL Kim docs not liko the U; SSontuolsy, Biolxzncm, SRBBW would politically damn him in Cat loon, she savs. to start with other portion of tho now building BLAOKSMiTH Sheumax was confident of be- ifornia. ing chosen to lead tho llepubliouu Ievi T. Morton, thotItcpublican If6 ridla." lseck replied, "You don'l jerk," n remark betraying her co is to bo used for hospital nurpo is a have far to co to get as much of Hciousuess of a most ucly pOB! ecs, whero poor and frbnUless hosts this year, but he was the candidate for KCNTUOKV. imi.s rr.ANft, rmA fd'tiutPioATioNa as special mark of tho Dlnlnite'e fury, citizen of tho Stato oOfcw York, that sort of nmtnunltion ns you billtv. Tho alicHtcBt taintace umuamon will Do cared Tor. Dn. ' KurnihcI. and nUr rol accur)! calculaloJ. to kvku vtinho Ni:ia. )o( will give Iia ntnfillpnf (li'fpft In the bar. the and they laid him out as dead a and is chiefly famousfor being a waut. Thcscnatoroports Hllclcd. and Htjr ma25 1 1VE MK A TUlAL wIo rou wHt thi: itr.rMx. ii.IIIlGr.atrc-- r, mrsiuor ot me an ample auppiy." shock of a momenta toot&acbj, don, or rvplra on VJJ JUaciilthin f rn.ei Clinten PiaAcrmlt tUt and she would fall ouiongtbe gapaoui, tc. t a lo tcv(i a full Una of A Jeffeiisonvillk nmn Iiaa great banking linuao of Morton, TIIU TVrK RL'lT. ing crowd dead, wo can bnttrnit Tho of Weal Konfucky lnnrnliij: sisters. UHB8& Oj. lie has, been twice tmseion Prat. U. L. ALUXANDUII (tffM for H. UUf HA.VAN, PrttU C. HALTSUU, Undortalzor's Goods, Minbefore sho reached the ground, confederates will bo hold this year Commrvt, ltoMwoiidf anJ Solid HUci. W1 When tho first died ho wedded a member of CongresA, and a FRAKcroBT. KVm Juno 22. Ar in any ovont crushed oat Df at Fulton, some time in October. nut I'uflin mid I'm, wtdeh can ClUd the second before her gravo was ister to Franco by'thc appoint- irnmcuts on the demurrer in tho butrecognition. It la desired thatencu county bo ui ou ahort notice, and at rumn&VU j and has recently lepcaled ment of President fArthur. Wo Tato boud case were resumed be all dug, (iitc iiia n cad jciH fully orgnulzod and well represuppose there is no doubting that tho episode on the third. sented. These occasions nro for 2oV thoii m Weal Hickman. hi was nominated because of his foro Judge Montfort, and reafAll 21.1! HEIIB M X. Gen. liudaey expanded GovEnNOitlIiLLtof Xew York, money.uudhm supposed iuflueuout tho purposo of renewing old tltVItnXTl9 KY. MMiommol has figncd the bill abolishing Willi tho moueyeu poopio ot ow firmed tho chief points of Mr. Du- - Th Modern lieitlurUjr. Apptm In friendships, linking together tho vulPs argnmout of last night. Ho hanging for all murdeis commitfast departing relics of the "lost Toik. was followed byJudgo lliues for ted after the first day of next Jau Kvansville, INI)., June 5" cause," and talking over with Commonwealth, who bad for S50.000. At. CAMlAIU?f. tho A NECTIOM OIIps Moas. an old tegtp thoso who wore the blue tho thril- - XaSSaK MknlMlMWPriil naiy, substituting death by elecmd tricity therefor. Tho passage of Few ( the Southern SttM alrtohitIj tified himself with along list of preacher living npou a plantation nn scenes of other dava. this law marks the beginning of a unJrr Df marntivj tontrul hchown the tho highest authorities in law that iicut Jtocuesicr, - mm KEIHU0KY Uu ret uUtlj wvpnhtA andrAiN far Wlnfv, we rvipflly elicit tbe rt'onacf HICKMAN, ran t oMmi.si. new era in criminal executions. vo miles from this city, is treat- UffliiCl sincerity in cftrryinut the Je a general pleading was suflicieut, of all. A1loo4UreUi impmcticablo statement lug considerable cscitcmciiUnong ml fr deIiari ffeo 4f ihix ApptuTcd rlftlon of llto u a Ucm upoj vcoct&t iiustloDs. whero an "''Im'.J The Democrats propose to re- Thor ha not aMv been "no hearty ftvoj in detail would produce prolixity ttiA nffrrnoR nf tbnt Bootfon lr hia Judgo J. iwr niaidtfj Mrtxi or four milHt iliotmntl at lh . Whito, of Bland m;iT nniJMP if ar TfKilUSTLY DKBS rate fcf r tet. anaau. duce tariff taxation 7 per cent., w.ll toward tlu treed Uc), but tliyre h.14 in ft petition. ohiImstoBuneruatur.il powcsind villo, Ja rin announced competitor i fittnl un for IUj AcouinrumlMlou I aiud somo commence shouting 'free heen ir stolid d Tn ictdufl orpostt:on Sudduth, of Owingsville, ravcltttlotu which ho claims s a ni Lapt. mono for tho Uongrcs Oruiniurm ami IK IravrtlliC huIjUc KC" W. A. tradeP Do they think the people to tbelr iiuuiifl but lieiole cfTurU to Im for tho sureties, wilt closo the ar- iiAnniiAfi minAtlfl of Cod. lit do-- . lonul nomination in tho lirst dis eraUy. CIcin roorrAnIco W. an t square Thclrjtdueatlon themiclTe uhofctap who u Hiudi fools that they cannot under'JDIK330TOE.SCol. Jne. 11. Garnctt has niMlmrtiiirAnlfcd Mall gument when the Judge will tuko lave Lcvn ofprcul. l of atleo. diilbrenco between re- they hre not taken tc,i to tducM Mhro tho matter into consideration and AiarA.tiiiitliiididlvconvorBPSvUh Mct. coucluded to keen oat o TrnTcUiij; men vlll fiod toe stand the them. r.shrSr.r.ans! thnt hflhas fibo'tt c ii.itxi;h. II. llCCItlXltf. R.M. AXXXAXtlCK. J.M.KKHI. it on ni fnir hou,e. ducing ta.es and making trade f ulvcs tUftre have b?ea no, radonal ani render a decision or been delegated to lead all o'hlijho fight and Judge Grnco never In AdlttUn. a carry a lull Una cf J. W. COWG1LU W. C. JOHNSON J. w. alkxanuku, ab Monday. free! tencrnus raMUrtn in thelf Wml! of running, so FANCYJNILEAMlULfinQCERlES. neonloback to their natlvo iindlha nuy iutentiou Wldlsi iMtil tn 'rftmnulfiorr ro'itlcal Iiupo'JiQor. i.J.I R.JOOKS U2 trxir t Si! i. .!.. mtt r.f Afrfw. -The nppeoranco of tho sovciv tcey .nae ,":..... t "snx .1.1-- 1 "jjax: Attorney General Jinrtun savs H tici.Uo. tnir prlCffr WUapi.,UiU nil to hfinifeir. IIo will ITXhI.IcI a iei lu turn ro iir area UV teen Vear locusta hi imuoiAwAto-inliU- A the Iowtt 4 f iixera uiot mi tuer ajFav"ou'n viil not iii:ujo icnst rciani orm - tho savages of tho dark coniluit proimhiy bo surprised at now fast I feet tho suit, that a defect if csman can run before alarm amou tho farmeis. Ad lun. iisr Ho says that the hour ot uep a Tho above from tie Chicago tnblishcd may be cured at once urn la iiaif fit. hatul. llllt, tllttt-- i Ulo gets thronvh.the campaign vices from Wheatou, III,, state Ml-j- r-j that they havo no rapidly increas- Tribnt.c. tho in 3 ivc- - ini.i! ritnf Iiwirti iv tin nrnmnnt nut. timo has not yet been OceigWfJ mLm $mm Scth Low, of Hrook ed in numbers that now they lit publican organs ih tho Wo!, way of reaching a trial until nest by Gabriel. Tho negrocsoiegreaV erally coverall kinds of bushOH, which contain as ma'njfal&choodH October term. Tho attorneys for ly excited, and thougli many art lyn. a Kepubllcnn of :reat iuflu w DSALEUS ;.v w. . . . . hedges and trees. Their favorite as could bo welt pntlb the cauic tho securities aro Judge Undsay, dubious as to these divine dispen- enco In JSow xork politics, and Wm V mi I ';:i; whoso namo has been frequently camGen. D. W.Lindsey, Judge Duvall, sations, they keep their doubts to food appears to bo tho leaves of space, indicates the fkttiuual Ul I iiii ilkV i hult, MBDIviM449 IIOOK.h, BTATlUNKtlY, nod School Snj.U, current bushes nud maple trees. paign that is to be I resented to Judgo Drane, Frank Ohitiu, John themselves, ns Moss has alir;Ai mentioned during tho last sl Taney OOOPH.TtlYH, aod I'IUTDRI Tjik Itcpubliean, Kilkenny figliC the people of tho North, during V. Kodmau and V. A. Suddnth. maintained a strong luiluoiice over inanths in connection with the iSUNDHIES PAINTS, Olli), WINKB and I.KiUOILS, 0r Mtdlcal uio. Presidential election. TUOItOUGH AND ponding nro taking ViPresitlcn miinrOLLOWINU and at Chicago, ended Monday night tho far as such talk inay induonce Tho grand jurytho criminal part them,,?t?i..his word- has been theirJ11111"" I ltluh Urate Stock will mako tU of .....t La. ky. repudiates the Chicago plat ...,r by the uominution of Harrison, of So negro vote is concerned, the AOKNTSPOU TJIK ncconnt of Its tariff plank, present icti4n at my itbll. hdlo neat tho of Mr. Tate's defalcation. The liovo tbla modem Mahomet Is the Indiana, for President, and Mor- Democrats euro nothing for that, of Oajce fitailon, Fulton co'JUty, b.ii nearly prophecy romembcred by the Governor. Auditor and ton, of New York, for ......... Tho thoroughbred Iiornc, uegroos nreBolid for the everybody about tho State House or u euro os that ho mado concern " r:'M,"" Tho Republican chairman for tho , wero summoned to testify, but thiongh preu-diceing emancipation. Tho fulfillinent upon It. Tho ball opens early. of tho California delegation pro ItcpuUiean party adruot needed from PREriCtCI ITIOXH A Nl'!:c.lIAITY.-- i nud such lies tho questions asked and re- of that prophecy has boon Iuo seCottrllly, of Mobile, A'n, dieted before nomination that if Tho Kontncky delegation at nretlbCart kdeo. aprimj AkvhIIoo, to hold them, imt perhaps they marks of tho grand jurors in loip. Uu cret of his long influence over Chicago pledged Kentucky to voto by Imp. Aujitrallan; M iUni, MUv Ward, Harrison was nominated, Cleveb hold conservative lfuddaiuf to the naturo of tho crime, them. Many of tho nogrocs are land wonid carry California by nro needed toNorth to the Kepub-licaHarrison and Morton. To fact, by bvxlugton; 3rd tUm, I.iura, by Imp. pcopio in tho it is a foregone conclusion tho in- cottincF themselves in readiness for (heir apeeclie, thoy L'0,000 majority. in I.Mlathau; 4iirUam-h- j StocboMrr; 50i carried party, by umkiug them be- - dictment, if any, will read embez- for tho proposed hogeim under every Stato in tho Union except dim hjF l'ueolet, C(h daw, Nell ftAunJu, Sl'ifiAKtxa of tho retirement of novo that ton poor colored zlement, and not forgery or any tho leadership Of their propact. ??r 7:r.;:iiir Jaiutu, r.y James W. Hopper from tho aro so terribly persecuted in liko oxtradictable offense. A nnm-bo- r Moss is a nogro of considerable TCX.3. Ttop Don Pttl!; tth dam. Uactta. by MAMUl'ACTUKKiW OP TliK CKLKORATKD Standard mid Times tho uIn tho South by tho whito people. of tho grand jurors nro among intelligence and in uowison crank. Tun Democratic Stato Central IQlhdfttni Pb dtn. Diasa, hr Cledlocs; Pllr rainier, br KTana1 Irar. nod About Keuluefo" man of the No matter, there nro enough of Mr. Tate's best friends and ardent Hg declares that tho Georgfopf Coiumitteo recommend forming miotic Courior-Jounia-l good Northern poopio travelling defenders, and ono fa a aurctyonj gro, Karlor, is an impostor and Democratic clubs throughout tho Sterllnf; mil dani, Imp. BUter.by Ifirtnr sas: Ar.lit.ni I'Jfh ilm liw lrntta 'Hla whlidraniil narrovrs lh ranlcs nf back and forth In the South to his bond. Indood, go universally! will meet a direful fate. hy Ualdl (11 Slate, nud that each club send del 13th dam staler to ltoxaon, , the Unjr rstaUiehcd niul rsputauU Ken learn and know tho falsity of such genial, obliging and Ulna was Mr. egatea to tho National League loa: Mtli dnm, iriMer Io L'hsirntcr, br CO tueVjf tIlUirs mfrisu'ly. Cul Craddock, through them Tato to tho pcopio in this couuty, reprcsQntatlons.aud LeV ol lite 1'itrU tiik fcAiiTH to itora os roKEvrp Club, which meets m Hultimoic lh (,VUl4 Tai'h; loth dam by aoyauy tr ; Mr. I!eu llsrrl Arabian, join tlamoy spanker, pon, of the llendHmon Ncwt V,Oc9rge thousands of good, people will It will bo liko drawing their eye Jalyi. trrtnCUlcas(iGlW. Ire J, OUtC: Kcr.tUSl.j'3 tCtl;ivwl. xxiM Warren of ilia Kidman Courier, ami Mr know tho real facts." Tho negro teeth to compel them to divulge w Gyearaotd, Movlhjy, Cucn'uv, and hma Tho Itev. T. A, Goodwin, of Joba A. licit, cf the now and thcuna excep- anything to bring him to justice Tunes, vote, with w A Mt. Sterling prorrn himself the hcit bievder In tha in (uDAtltute the BarvltOMof Journalism out created a Bcneatioii at tile Gazettewriter thotho sovontcon-yea- r 1VI1I maka theaeaon at lie low tion, issoli'd Republican, and Dem- or would offend his wife nud fam says cuuotrr In lie Slate, from (ho tlaie when ra!!ro.vU fact. Tho ily, who havo a largo mid constant meeting of tho Evangelical asso- locusts are not duuiu Jientucky rate of $16.00 to inmire, Marcs lept on KnJ fcWriphi wre rare, who ure nldt ocrats rocoguisco tho days ciation of ministers a few CO until next year, their last appear pailuroa, or ua aaillreeMi ou taiy term. comieilfil with tho i.ropcrtea nlth which Jiegroca by their continued solid circle of sympathizing friends nt en ago, by reading a paper ou 'Escha anco having been in 1872. voting, imiKO iuo issue or negro their homo in this city. thtir ntnie aro neialeJ,M oo The farooua Stallion, tology.' Tho gist of tho paper waji domination or white fiapreniacy "iti rra Ilnnnr.sKNTAnvE Mills sqys of j the great and. nHabR0;hi,g !sne, that tho popular fdw thnt;ta? V mM tm m$ For me Hicitmnn courier. uG.tC wmiwiK-Hgwoild will como to an end aiidwin piaiiorm: "uisa vory and ou this IssueUbey will force Furmttly ownrd by Thoa. SaraK, near Mos'IlMirKllAXCE. nmn i nf nn ai- ii... ..!; ..ri tho whites or tluTBoj-Ucow. Kt. Ths bor?fl raj slrtd br tfce ctJ. WARniKGTON, Juno 25. Denjn- - really bo burned up andnnnrriila to bo- A rroSilblUon 1'olUIcnl lMrly. gd veto la a tcrfcct model $f ono. a lmVMpiUt cotreand stand as solidly Demo- - mill P. Falrchild. of New ork ed fs on mistaken ho sold, It will Jlocky him, out of their party up for frco and never Uefore we drift into e vortex of dUctu- - U sixteen n fine onchalf Mountain rnatfi forever, - city, who has boeu a momber of right ePiie . luc l0tianda hlttb. and julberihmi for a reduction la tim bo destroyed. Tho inhabitant dou i)l iimIom Jn regan) ti tomptraure, fino Tammany Hall for form, nearly Hack, addte (wjual to V price of tho necessities of llfo. It I,uu"- tnlrvln in speaking of the political out- will dfo off and each person coin ict ui iud una constat r wnoi ritfiiu oil Vclo, ia&jearaotd, In line txst CLAIUC & MADDOX, AJaLtuio i ildiof the Uuitiun tho is tbc triumph of Kolley and tho iiutno. look In Now York, said: "My mark to his individual Judgment, bnttbo rlghi Ih U Ccrntpublic cannot ulTonl to and will make Ihcisaion at 91000 by tie tiiii nuV.ot.T. (dr. JCtntVLtkf end CUnlcn Strut,) the Pennsylvania idea over tho Hoj Evansaulle, Jnno25.Tho In is 100,000 majority i tho Stato for world itself will havfcuootul. TJio tCi Imvhtch jawwt UV vrurr ntl inaurincc. ti of the Westsnd Norths tilmm Pwailro lcating organ of Cleveland. Poopio may think that world cannot afford to do out 6f xj'm of intempor-well ;uM"f"(tor liy haTa recehed kcju 13.. C. west, 'llio ISepabliuau pmjy j? tho German Itcpublican? of South is wild, but I havo been actively Ikttcinnau nnn itli0ii It linn lilflt fHfl. hs:icr ;Tn uvrt!iwua Ii!tf( ftnJ publici " I, alo,aliIl.hava Ijinoled JACK,iiOi are cox;ctictl oo all selected stock crtr)muig utuauy now thoroughly committed to free ern Indiana, Bullo- ongnced in the politics of .the State covered railroai!?,oathei3fo ?(4lonMi7Kii7YtrfaeliulB;r, majority, In a - lAWiiaify'aiHl, PKALKH IK thol omcttiIpjr tmiit to freQ.JradUnhU.4 ttm-ihotintyorjpii UILlHKortT6r moro than hid f a century, and graph and telephone, and ib nppa hi agrcelreform forces divide loto hvUonu Formerly owned by Jobn It. McGthec. IIo theo& la In fiae condition, trffth, and looking het 33Vimilv equally Hera Uh Itaman and Amkuioan Mariilb ",,,F,KymlBgnlusl.iany popular ro publicans of this (Vanderburgh) I believe I can como as near as rontlv on tho 6vo of other and conw.TTtie hrauche. Ererydilnr frcib, new, clean, and tbcap. MONUMKNTrJ, TOMU AUD UUAVK Minouoii iiuuo custom duties for cnuntyhavo bolted t!y nomina- tiny man to telling how an election imnortant rovclations of tho forces trtuio rauicil brunch will corwuat Io notli- - trr than cvar before He into? well known Tto the benefit of tho people, BTONt'S. couipletd ttroliibltiao, on the to ored any recommendation, Will I?atand AUj, thty will continue to run the tion of "Ilciijamlii Harrison, and will go. I am willing to risk any of naturo, ud if it cannot aCfordj the preatnt staion at tbo old price, 10. CO In aloclt, a fine lot of tiat tlitj linuor Jvdqk Thuujian says that ho declare they will not support him. amouut up to SjGOjOOO on my judg- to eim novr, now muuu iuca vuu u gtounui liawl'iio Hsht totrafao U a wroug, to I mure. HAVING ltalluu Marble, I ara pr Iriiallzi a wrong ment. Tho people of Now York do so iiv n tlioasaiul years from ami w will take an activo part in the camI&T Varllea wlehlng to breed Io any of and have itcjrfd a (lratclau baker. Frcih braucli, piiredtoflUallordara. Call aud exatulno C2iicrwJo iii;couMr.i)ATio?vu. nro pleased with tho ticket and uowl Too other ministers prosont, Too conftorvAtlve though U wlih much farce, my lock will ilo well to notify mo Ity worl brcud each dy. Alio, a paign making epecches in Ohio, bo an t'vil, there my work. srgti that crcri or mall, t tayce, hy.. what day llity witli tho nlntform, ami they will MothodistsandPrcHbytcriansgon. Indiana, and such other points uu U a tluilt to the Interference of Uw under wish to I' reed, Ordora from tbe country rroturtW I've got a barrel Alger. and I will hIwiivb arrange BXPTOHE1E; Good-wifollow-Inorally, took iaauo with Dr. voto tho ticket liko sheep may bo desired. When Thurman our form of govcrnoienl. Wa have no to suit without dhmppolutnirnt Pvu got a tcconl Shonnan. ana chMUnge the market In tbla Itao. Al filled. and all thought tho subject rlcht under tL general guarftnicM to each other. For governor wo was nominated, it was tho real to ay SO. Pve got a grandfather-Harriso- n. io, a librty Ju out nrltien and unwritten will renominate David 11. Hill, the was ono that should uot bo dig. inont of tho grand old man that Pvo goto tongue ingftllSt ly law whnt a conadtutlon to itr'crIbo lalVllKV most popular Democrat in the 'jussed. won tho honor, tho wish of all tho Pvo got a Slate Alllapii. nua may not eat and drink. On tho other Wogonv, Tamn, Uugglea hi connection Stato, and wo will elect him ytt1' fitates and not to plcaso or pla 3d, it a man Idiowingl eats ordrinki l'vo got a baclcHot Greshnm. ha im:i) rr.oji cholera.. Ao . for lure Gift u FORGET If! cato any particular State, nud by trial. nnvthlnz which ciue4 lilra to become a WPt Pvo got a bloody hhirtrFo'rakor. a hurrah, too." uotII Iiis side nil true bine Dcmociats Pvo got a chance MoKinlcv. f?.ulwJLK:. :::VrLuiS:"( Bt. Louis, Mo.f Juno THK 1'IUIE.H) IjAXDS, nro willing to go to defeat or Pvo got a party by tluMuil death from cholera occurred In 3Portor bccomlDg drunk iJnmW bode, r rv ir v a" Wo know that his Stnte, DIuIno. ' Tho public lands of the Suited tho City, Prlday. Tho victim Ma rate-- criminal, and should be tutdhvd m m SALE AND LIVERY STABLE tho well known and popular Ilarbcr, an twrKWi was a Republican State, but Ohio, WualdngtonSCrUIc. 'J nounoca tbat ho hn boijibt tbo Jolio Statea still unsold and opou to Mrs. John It, Fleming, of No. 23U by forfeiture of rtghu In ihght oircniel, rJ fTlJ IV. It is only Uopnblieun by 3,000 when continue (be bull hbop, tho J settlomeutare divided Into two Marlcot Street, wife ofm. protirt TliefiinImprlMnmenl iuofaravatod caieo. k&khl FA1M8 & PAltKBB, KkhoU Ibe oldand will lie ha aecurod tho right lPlta Io .... uorl rule atand, IUM at Thurmau's name is before the Ohio VAltni.(J l(MV4t classes ono class beln sold by Art- - U1r i.A ta..i S$ ru prohibition of iaio ot Mtidw v:z: r. AVLr; eervlcerf ol Jt. II. HMlTil, of UeloniJ Ark,, people, and sinco Sherman's detlio tho Government for $ 25 porncrp luoa uiiu uiug mure, i r, onmuci "lAieof an anlcle of commrrco la . KBNTUCKY ST11EET and Union City, Ahhi'I muji t J yrUBracoDitanlly ou band forblr ri'hymore recently of tibavei, &c. Tcnn, feat and the alleged treachery In Frazer, who attouded her, say xmerican; Iu rcsirlctlon aod regulation received from thcsceno of ns tho minimum piiiio, the other guarantee ulca tho affair, Ohio is at least a doubt- wir in Stevens eountv,fgivcs a ftnd inla ner acre, being tho alter thcro is no doubt ubout it being a areneccwarjr iirovlnlom of laf A high IV IIAin CUTONQ A SPECIALTY. ful State. UOU3C3t IIUaOIKO and HACK8. startling cnudltiou of nilairsfThe nate sections reserved by tho genuine caso of cholera, butsayi liiasie Uthmfori advocated m rwiiing fcbZMf purcbaiod the alablv. bonoi IUtIhk rJ7 wi7l State militia was onlero'dtliere ynitod States In land grants to there is not any ground whatever 1u 3oitncl WHAT OF THIS WILVTT and entire outfit of W, Pluinmer last Wednesday by GovAHartlu railroads, etc. Heads of families, for alarm. Tho death was yerj the publlo cood. Th, (w wo popoe to continue tbo halluces, and Representative Weaver says; to put down an Inaairofltlou' bo or citizens over twonty-onyears, sudden. At an early hour Lriuay allA uhY iu iimon audelvo the oMCH pairvui jo And get your UUckemithlug and genera) 4Tho Demount now havo a good tween Ilugntiti and WdoMsdale. who may sottlo upon any quarter-section- , Jliorniliff Mrs. Flowing took flick," hood would keep their home orderly and Hcpnlrmu doue at A THXAIi chance of carrying Iowa." IUMany zi 100 acres, havo tho ftlld l. died Unit Ulght. KUO had Uw - ablUinA anu gainuunz you . Tho militia arrived uouo too soon Olio nw...M Gooli dolirered to pirt of I he CHy U.A. .1..,!..Aitan rnti.Mf.n w' 41.. ienJaoioiwww..uM. ftf Postmaster General Dickinson ns a mob of citizens from JIugotin right under tho preemption law nil T. TYLER I? ;nraU tbo low groarle. and the dU "'?""r".:..a aii)H that, with tho right kind of wero moiug up qu Wooijsdalo of prior claim to purchase, on nuuurgu, uiu ag lbjuor ablo (Cbrntr e Olhn and Eulaitgt Strut,) work, iMichigun may bo carrlei by with the determination of destroy- complying with tho regulations. It ia only a nporndio wi.i'iuwi oui mm ft, ti,0element, IbeaUmcnt dealer be W. DTESTELB11INK case, such uu ATTORNEYS would AT LAW, teinpernce thoIDomocrats; and a prominent ing it. The cauao of tho troublo Undur tho iioniostcad laws, any Occur thrOO or four times OVOry latroatd in enforcing IhoUnr. If theae EY HICKMAN, Wisconsin Democrat says: "Wis- Is the bond election mOKXAti - - - JCENTVQKY , Uj valhland practloal cohiMerfltlons, let Good Work ct Ubck.bottom Pricci. My and county citizen, or Intomliug citizen, has BUinmor. iiiTii iv UMiirupii Dciririi un urn. in ... i. consin, doubtful before tho scat removal. Ilugotln- latlio the right to 1C0 acres of tho 81.23 molto. In all builiicsii entrusted 0 apnea to name alt artlolofl, but no ' '?, issued their platform, uuiiu WIIXatlHid V laud, or80acros of tho $2.50 land,; -- All Domocmts, old uml youmed. t&mVlt UORK n apeclnltr.nY troublo to show good. nuui, luiu ciniuia tuotran -- i . ip'w bk will almost Kuiel.v bo carried by road bond election :. :. Come and sco. at tho corner of Troy nitintitnii ia ttinnr nt iv,viwi... w JQUH P.OISAY. mvbvvm vuire "i niMuurt fMtcjrjr, wain or riauonai. is unat o urn was UHogal, nftcr ah actual settlomont and cub mu ii vi .! - ..,.. ' .. "' !.. lllUiuv. it tiud Mosqoiy Avonutfi Luut Ulckmru, Ky Cleveland and Tburuiau." IwVgV auv, whiloWuodMlalcclaimQitwaVuot. Uvatlouof thobuoiofor ilvoycuts. liuu, mm uvcumti. ui rr.ii j i --1 :,. THE HICKMAN COURIER. ,,',rrutggr REPUBLICANJ0MINEES' IS HA I'll. MlhH DAltU'S DAniXO ft, J .0 J & rt.wi wmimmmnLimnXAA.,vmTm' mmimmjmm nun ivr.UfiiiQiurs cuanci;, 'iiinti' ,TT .. "wwiTHiiiyjwcw l"l . iMl "'""'I?'?T?,,MV" " mMlMMWWlM I 2L3u JLjj I r--- v-f I 11 1 Ifetal fastis lo a?ii (r O ES PO "X8 u . 4.0ril-ltc,nl,,tlt- u4 HoU-ncr- , o VICB-PaESIDEN- of ojrio. dyed-iuthewo- . . 1 I ,.,,,.,,, . lor 11 What to Buy? 1 xffl nt -t -- . india-rubbe- pro-tserve- p '... 1 Fire, Iiife, Marino, Accident! A " B llarriaon.Jn-cailiothri-ould- jiJwhto lln infcjw;iM hi tM3"t Capital ltepresontcd uwi-.ao- n 1 Residences salei d in l.l larrnrTf htdtri Or mj Cimi Ji aai BUILDERS, bull-dozers- , Mcc-I'reaidou- t, -- n 21.7-Re- v. j 11 iy.,uf",v WOTB ipowll nreici rlnlt DOUQIfASS m GAFITAL, ir tre - -- Mts.-srl!- s 1 Wtmsl-trftoffrrr-1cmi- s sfAi-ur- & uthiik4' s one-legge- d BROS weisTKi &i Qo5 Ex-May- ATrr3SISrTION, cog-nizauc- o to-da- y Vice-Presiden- t, oWi:7 V:" -- W 1 Tlnmnaf.in GT1fnw Machine d u peo-11- e ui'Scr-WcsScr- : HERTWECK. BALTZER & CO. Imp-fiwtla- I . 7u:vnA7rJrvV r - ' i HXCKMA1T HIOKMAH, "WACOIT, n s, to-lo- JIIah8 - and-4iiPiiS- k 'DEMOCRAT, RAMAGE, e Grocory. lnrU-itlii- g n SHOP, per-eon- HTABLSt & 2i.-A,4- la,,! 1 LAOLBDB BAI.lBKRSEOF. Anderson, Tc-cto- i ;"r."r."" V- m a "J un-N- Itot " o XVllt IK "V "ra & GROCERIES ECIOKMA3STI 11. STOF! r-!l:u Kr" < J. F. GRAY'S, - ;Jf , i . . Family Groceries. ?' N -- , ' 4 b r; - it:. mmm - i v . . L aava'Q&iriflBaaaSiAt'4, VKJ aim At . . w A7A,ijip?wFi j i r? -- . n mi i TiiTii ii li n n 1 en it TWn - T r - Mi i MrnTlii III I i W III I iTT TTf r rfqm AJmmmaakl fii1 " &&tzniMWkli . . , it ;AT7mioaHFlIittM lllTtt ""WffT?W,M' r'Wlfflt" h " 3riwtbflbftUf1fllIl i Braatii,, mw WJ . - r iy v4' 13 ti'!' wpww i , uy.r n .. - in "ir"7MfiPiT,'fc - ,,t'-W-- ' " " ' " pw s-- e :' jSNiMr 7 it. '( -- u V, ", ' i r-Atfl r L 11 irfMrwWMn.til,,.ll...hli, " v Um.I W.VTUIKi, W '' .! ,.pM u,.-w- v i I. . ill . jyi -- jh Aj-TiA- fl i I ; it .7. jr.iggaggjggsa a irMi77iiiiaii" m i clocks; ipejIu5Kiol Baraii?s. AJSTD SO 2wETTST DEMOCRATIC (r? - n "inn , til Sk J - nti Mm c y. 'BURLINGAME, n i o k: .a. it, o ic-ir. gkeo a surrosu l'ou ?r :m jr, OTTR, fmhfj Ie -- A.u5 dMirxT HKtKiUAaTKni run mg&m "sroicnet mwA &. U . Old JtliLi ADLti t fAMILY.GJOCERVj. Walches, Clocks, Jewelry, HJusical Goods, W-- 1 I h IT Ifci GTOOK IS Come A.rotind and 33uy ono of our ISloganL A3 OTTXb TOO LA.ILC3-3D- .J.i AC0MPLETJST0(K CASE'S AND IIKAVY UOOD.M. ldl "V Or WICLK mvKmV. i f I'KUtAUtKS Custom-Mad- e Suits. TO-NIGH- T -- 2r aoodi Delivered h'ne of Charge, LA t KCLU UndcmablG Tho editor of a pnpor out West IaiioIocIzoh thus to Iila renders for ton: Miu;mrr. Va of Ids inner -ir iutltorltfil to "rmomioc T( H.'tlio N" T JOIINrtON, m tnjviMdlf fur tlie nn!r of ou umc: "wur panor is iwo Uins tthtrlir ol I ultou ciiunljr j.Iieilon la lato this week, owlucr to nn ntel dent to our press. When wo stnrt- W are nntlmrltI In unnonnco Wr J. ,vm to run edition off WINSniU) Jn. nn cnmltihto for Ibe day night, tho usual, one Wcdncs ne of tho guy of SlirlrT of Putioh count, Klec oflino ropos mivo wny, nllowing th llonjH'U AuguH glldctfluko to full and Lrenk "J!nruiT :ounT"iM;iiK. as it struck tho ituukcr-ilo)per- . ro uthor!ud to annnnnco 0. fl course, k t'tfe7) Wir.SOX, Ma enHMiti or Ihe ThU9 of anyuilni: us any ono vlio nuon fir tfia. Kdllae lucuU knows H AaWTII4 KX7ARGEST-ANfai lerk. wreMirllt resmfy tilitli 4V .in..wiijr ICttmrttteftMtfaMftCTWTOfcW X aiuiaitui !. iv . W wltironiytho fliprt mhorKf to adtiounee V, L the McCUrOIIKN raodldn for C!rk of Hap to support It, which also urop th Kultoa Circuit Court, KUetlon la pcU nud hroko oft tho wopper-chocAiruU Thlsloosouod tho rtuKinj; from between tho ramrod and the BEST ASSORTED STOCK which also cans ctt trouble Tho report that tho delay was caused by tho orciin In the City, tho Loxcttl Prices and dulirctico in Iiitnxicdtlnc stiinu sell EJ tlnsuoef llautsby the editor the JJesi Valuta for the you sec falsehoods, tho pcefcdnppetirnnce money, are at of our right eyo being caused by me. if. our going Into tho hatchway of the press in our auiicty to start It, II. M. MAXWELL. Jtn-and pulling tho coupllngpiu after 1 lyyoONdnatia nth, IE ME! WHM W E SAY AT- 3H x ci 3ES. ja; . -- W AVJ'tf- -. kt iocnoo i 1 -, for-war- d Indisputable VT SAVE The Clothing season is nearly over, and our Stock still too largo. Our present prices will make Suits vacate the premises in a hurry. Call and 3V OITY HALL! 1 " and Itaaa rrliaSiiaiaaalJBBl??0 nnsfrnctlftn .. ... .i TUITION: apl!7 1 O 3XT J3 "3T. .tLLi U.& .A , irfSSfTTj"- - rn ' gAtief-pfjfrtk- " LOCAL NEWS. Don't your Wheat until want llltiber-suntchc- rruirlf:(or of flje Only exclusive cahu lu lu 'cily. M. MA Jiivv ELL, uoui: I ia feu - Ybr( - Store It millet tlitl IM lik U br , kl r-- lit. tvini atl ro ir n Tomqa luibof Uownf rtr UlM TliUlftfflaM'y m.HtltAt Dut Will JitfW; sit at votff it Xov. i ttfUU A YODNG GIRL ASSAULTED and cxtcatlon, and has scattered a FiExmsir roiiTEJc. over tlfc community in many difm llcducvtl to very Ior prices, nt 3 ZH ferent shapes. Miss Marv is quite AUrmpcril Outrnze 011 n Utile Girl Jt UwciUVJnucfiiore. m Koljbory tlio Only Parpose, yourigJmid to bo seized by u lu it Viiliiiiaii Car. Tiikub Bhoultl be a bis turn and violently used, :nx:AXix:it KffuMlc.l flclal tfi contlnuod rains threaten out of the Democrats at City Hall, Public Feeling Less Agitated us filionTas,nB is evidenced by the Caiko, III.,Hi, Lonli 25. Mr. A. P. Juuo ficrlous tlniimgo to tlio wheat crop. iowgui, to orpuuzQ lor tuocam marks pa liorthrofttiOf 3 Smith, proptietor of tbo pump pulpit umlerthe banner of Cleve kuowl factory at Mound City, wns a pasWest Hickman circles, in fact edeo and recollection cii.:it nirr.x v.mij. ruuuN, land, Thunnan autl tariff icforin. t of details senger on tho roON, MIJTTKR KXllw, MMttl MlirLLS. Let tho boy a turn out tho whole community was thrown mail n eit urn.1 " Aft, l btauxGAws, UUtO ft JUlOr Or nxnitniflnt Mon and cyvwinstances nttondiugtho train of the Mobile & Ohio rail52 Yc ruut a geuuluc, oldtimo I)e:n lerribi ionics I turough whicu Blio road, accompanied by bis dav ovon nc last by tlio screams pa&seii little KarlyiippleHnndpcncheflhnvo ocratlo tnujority lu Kontucky this Tho wonder Is, that the daughter, which arrived hero early eiunnaliui: from tho residence of itnulo their njpcnriuicc ou our year ior uioreianti ami Tiurxiva i. reruoruborcd uuthiug this morning. Ilcwcntntonco to I WMiHMi Ij- - Mitchell, a worthy and poor lift Mr. O. market. Tho wooiU about h?ro nro full r highly respectable resident of that othAgwf tho terriblo abMuult and tno JjiiwuAy House and telephon i Jcniocntt; will ttiev conic fei locality. Tho causo of this crcat ngonv licr Dovnuioiuiontol mind ed to police headquarters for n I I ha mm mi uitil join tho bpyH In tho tronehek 1 w zzzzzzzzzz m i. li cxcltemont was the fact thut Miss probably uocouuts for apparently- policeman. Ofllcers Doughtier and nnu ncip win tun greatest viatory In UEADY-MAUCI.OT1UXO over known wineo Mary Mitchell, a young giti, 15 or coufliatsig circumstautiai state- Gludo presented themsel ves at tlio woods were 1! School Svpplhij Fancy Boob, fte.y 1(1 ycura old, a danghtur of the mSSt8x lU (tliUii nut fm KitfiiM Nft C ouce. They were directed to arm " tiuriili vutno vul iutughi COS.63 auoTieiteinent incident to this rest Win. Dixon, tho colored porO worthy cltlsou above, bad been titer Stock, assaulted and violently used by nu terrible outmgo was at a dan- ter of tho Pullman sloeniuir car. Our CnuJIilnlo for l'reltlnil. JAMHEKG'SSONS. Pq KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, unlcuowu rutllan. The assault oc gerous pitch, and needed only on a cbargo of attempted outrage Ho will hi' nomlnitl lij the otivMitlo&i Tho QX'CoiifiMlcnitcA at UnTo"n nl will K rlutcl Lr tho people, tvcAuw curred about half after 8 o'clock tho Idemiilrntlou of tho ruillan to on tho person of Mr. Smith's lit u,v imu ueieinunea io lorui at li will come thu oearciit to firing their In tho ovcnlug. It should bo un swiug bin to tho nearest limb. Tho tie daughter, Louise. Tho prisonUral of Chief MigUttate. Klrctrio ItjV fact thati negro entered tho bouso er was jailed. He was brought Tho IiOutlon Tluutro Co., of dcrstood that Mr. Mitchell is iitvounont lunt place. Vl t?r h Ivtn give a lh h!hrAt plao-- this city, is billed to appear In a sawinill some miles below on tho eiiHO day for tho purpose beforo Judge Itobinson this after' hfCAItM naolhrr nthltrlnii lifts l hll Allft ITliftfiti CHEAP I CHEAPER! CHEEST! nilf U'.l.li.na.Lt. i,lr.l. Hickman, nud that ho is in couse of robbery, had caused tho public noon to nusworthe char ire. Tho 1 - ..... t llllifc Wi " Wo FURNITURE. tbeliUatiit FURNITURE. or tnis tear judgo sent him to tho county juil bcapcak for quenco absent from homo tho mlud totlvtho gutit I lint is the J!J- ?'' W ay wo hell nil of our TlidpU t HUOHOMHaUnHMUfl' saMMJMHHHUMm Aud riljr uiKMifkU grrat rrmeJr lu nil thoui a big house. greater pat t of tho time. Ou ful outrage upon some negro; and in default of bnll to tho amount tyring Clothing. Try ltd) tnmhtan( Mrr. 8tomh und Kldneji perhaps tho existing and growing of 8100. Monday evening, about the hour J.AMJiEIta'gSOXS. For U MaUrUl rvniaiiidUfiecau0 named, Miss Mary stepped out ou ' race untaouism, already alurmlng, The testimony wns elicited that ltf ttttarLiI 1dtM.nft I!Wima Ittlt.tr Tho Httnthiv.Kdtinn! IliBtitUtoinot bolio)itglitx rvqtatiiudcl Atociin tho porch, her mother and elder has aided toward such couclu when tho train was ncariug this a Coar.li or Cold, or tho cLUdron &ro fur ilio First Dfsiriot, to be hchl sister being inside the house, to sions, Tho Couniuu says, frank- city, the father of tho little ghl aaebeftattonitlititoii tfaiU Uctioti ibroAtcnMwitUCroaporVhooplcsCouCh( DSALEnS IS , or uoney rrruiiitrj Prl e 60 1, guarn fastonod ly, that tbocuilty' perpetrator of went into tho lu ntjnelil, July 10,11 autl 12, tilio EngilA Urmedy ondTprowat tako dowu a clothes-IlnAckert W CowgllU Urn outrage should die, but a immediately began to dress whon na l at J, 8iow. It Is posItWo cuwv to tho po6t, nud whilst iu tlio act such an further trouU I mr.H cm.kii: n l.'l roNcviTU nn unuer micu exXV.C3 :o asd Cs m2 MMMCC porter" anuMo u aiiu was vi- word of caution, I h A uatl lmAit A At otI J, W. QOWGILTjf Druggist. of unloosing tho line,handkerchief- citements, may be timely, and, tho negro assisted hor to on the MlllfU4 111 U.?. t nvUMuAitie olentiy seized, a scene and put ou e nu tixchaugOjis tho best of all poswo bog calmness, delib- her shoes, rammed into her month, uud her therefore, and while doing so, A road Is proposed from Jack sible snlesuieu. It is a salesman Uneration, ttirness uud justice. Tho continuod rains soriously over hor faco eon, Teun., to tho Misslsfiippl riv- who nover sleeps, who goes after threaten the wheat in tho shocks. apron thrown this condition and der no consideration must an in took undue liberties with thn acj:?fxucKY, wns incicatA.ri, head, nud in child. After er, through Uyor county. husiuofts early and lute, ncconts No considerable damniro so far. dragged to the stablo in the rear nocent m", white or black, suflcr. to tho ladies' dressing, sho went room to comploto tho merchant In bis store, tho but uiothor week's ruin will ptowe of tho promises. She was ablo to This much to tho wmtcs,anu tnon tier toilet. Tbo negro followed AttB OFEUING all grades cf Plain, Medium and Fine Turnfture at greatly reduced price. We entry a full line, at ail time, of scholar in his study, tho lawyer In ruinous. scream only one time, but tho con- a lino of counsel to tho older and her into tho room, nud when inIf you waul to hoc Iqw prices ou his ofllco, tho lady at herbteakfast fusion nud uoiso in tbo house moro scnsiblo colored people, and side, closed tho door tightly. Mr. CIUIRS, ROCKERS TABLES, JWX8AV8, WASIISTAXVS, WARDBOJsHtii Kood VLOTJIIXO, lust .h.,!, in table, who can bo to a thousand probably prevented her ecreuin thut is ttis: thcro havo been, tho Smith, having completed his dressbftT ?vv TSVcAvY 4iytf and e. amine our ittunU and price4 pooplo overy day sayincr to each ing, returned to ilud his daughter, And we gun ran lea our rflcta to be die lm?et. 01t(j ui trial Hd be convlhebJ; from boing heard by her mother past year or so, a number of ono the best thing iu the very best uOOthrf at hand. It So tlio only e&to and sister notwithstanding their between wbito and colored and, not seeing her, went to tho discount all J. .unntau'd&oNs."' manner. itir W are heaJiymrttrs onb USDERTAKEXS GOODS, und Uurlal Cnses. conid sncdlclno ret maJo that will remoro all carry large Hue of Wooden and Metallic proximity to tho terriblo danger people, frequent bickcriugs, tho ladies' room aud forcing tho door tllion Id ihls line. bfftstllo diiordora. It contains w Opium -- Hong and jralso mcetinrf at open, observed tho negro on his JSQT ltcpalrhig and Job Work aepeoialiy, cr MorpSfat but clvta tho child natural of tho daughter nud sister. Tho all of which is dangerously Nnhe, ltiirktciia ? a raco collision which knees nud tho child, stiieken with thoV.M.O.A.JIall, Sunday, 3 p. TiiKltrtr Halve Arnlcit worM for Cutis KM frv piiti, I'rJcoSScouU. Soldi rufllan dragged her to the stable, In tho m. Kvotybody cordially invltod. nud kept her thoro sorao!5or30 nuco started might bo dreadful in fear, was standing near him. Her UrulMHorfAf UIwm, Sail Kheura revtr J. W. C0WG1LL, Druggist; minutes, not attempting any fur- its results. Home whites or some frightened looks appeal! nt once !ote. Teller, ChipcJ Hands, Chilblain, rut.n pi.ATKn A IK colorod people who havo never to her father. Tho portor in his ('orn ami all tilt hi KrupUon, iotl Hcnnotti who killed young ther ylolenco than choking Lor TTKX UV AUTKK VIV' in any of theso Kin mi: ItIjt cures riMi er do py rfquirel U confusion arose and commenced H4M, ftl Wilson at Obion. last week, waiv- and pounding her in tho breast, been iwolved nUKUMUMk", UgUArnntcctl U iWi perfect Ufcfarlhv. may think light- gathering up the towels nud left ed nn examination, nud entered threatening to commit furtbor A basket plfitla nud fish fry or money refunJctl. i'rlco 25 ecnti per ly of this advice, but any ono who tho room hurriedly. Uy this timo if sho did not toll whero 7,000 bond for his appear- will bo given ut tho James Hayou twx. Fur aalo by J. W HovgUI, Drug- - into mixed in tho elemodt involvod tho train was at tho city limits. gui, nuco for trial at tho next term of tho money on tho plnco was kept. has JZriilgc, on next Wednesday, July CotmiEU speaks Iu tho midst of this, tho noiso of knows tb.it tho warus tho Oblou county circuit court. tho colorod Don't forget tho Domocndio an approaching wagon was heard, ruly when it Ssnatoc SneuuAK has somo Has a splemli3Hockf Bic dry beet Makv of all kilida of IlurdwafS A andreliaUoModlcinMaTothoVwt rally at City HaW, to.nlcUt. ltia r whon tbo ruflhm again seized her people of tho very great danger. rcumrkb iu tho Courier-Journa- l of wjiieb toJc(wadujM4i. AcUr'o Blood ni- - iu Ids urins uud ennicd her back Therefore, tho cooler heads of tho tlmo now for organization andr aro ofRiril atONUI'ltlCE, and that tho very lowest tho market colorid liooplo should throw their tho 127th Inst., concerning tho ac- justifies. All gcVVguarntcctl tq;bc exactly as presented. to JVantlna Fine TallorMuado.guU worif, and no t UIO for in0MlLtVriwftnpriiiorycareioraiiim. thotho liouso and dumped her over iuiluJorAjip check and provout tion of tho Chicago Convention. r. vvmmwm&mmnF banisters on to tho porch. anyultboicuuses of Oiothrii canTiiuIlTlargo qiionuty r Ho dooa not think ho was treated thatmav 3SW VI fairly, and ho is accordingly not as oi oaiupies to suieoL irutu. Wo tutu un, V1IV WMVH1J in U"tQUI de- jnTiluaUe, ForBheumatlsmphiuitiocQ&!. Tbo noleo at this ttmo attracted such mid the attention of the mother nud uud cOJor troubles. The white happy as ho might bo. It may nil tako your measure and guarantee a Ita Atroiifrth and pnnitlon, lo move JAV.COWGILD, Druggtst. not lih fies tho Democratic hosts sister who rushed out, to find necessary lino, fiom caubeamoro turn out well, ho suggests, but ns perfect fit. now to discuss, is forwurd to tho attack. Lot avpry Mary 'lying ou tbo porch apparMrs. Chamn Lutz. (nee MisB to that, t(tbo election alouo will jc2!Mt J. AmuhuqM Soxft. ently dead, her wrists tied togeth excited and dangerous iu Hick show." man uO;W thau over beforo in our ot i,loelandatidlhurmau. MUh Mary Hogora, daughter tlIg clty) lletl ,u Uniou ou ou er with hor apron, and Uersolft local history. In tho case now Monday of last woek, and hor in- - sneoouloss. At the snmo tunc tno of Dr. Jtogers, of Obion county, thero is no sulllciout ev1 HOT! Till: COI.ni.N CITY, Is visiting .Mrs 0. A. lloleombo, fiiiit .A.., died thn nevt nvnnlnrr. older sister saw iu tho darkuoss idence to justify a charco that any tho form of a man, who mado threo IL A. Markwiok, Golden Cilv. . .. UH, it has pcrpotrated a ioi.ii Mo.,wiitcs: 4II have tried your r.C umv would enjoy your dlnnor or four steps towards her, when colored, man warrant for any high rnuitKi; younq, madcd jgrsby B VVHUSaAWB. Cowi, with yyung for aale, (Orner (of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) sho screamed nud tho man fled crime, and no C. 0. 0. 'Certaln Chill Cure" and and aro by excitement, finch nn first runni'tH cheap Apply to Tlio young pooplo of HickIt trim tn thn nnmn "HnrtnliiU vonaia. uso Acker's Dvanensla, Tablets. through tbo front gato. Theso M. A. McUANICL, man onjoyod a social hop ut the as It cured mo of chills and fever' 3Ibcro!?luToc?ofoiiVi,ll aro about tho circumstances of caused. Much allowance should . 5 miles from Hickman. bo made 1iolodo Ilouso, Woduosduy night after all remedies failed" tho assault as given by the family. young girl for tho excitement of a of such tender ago. A last, about 12 It was ranted harmless nud so pleasant J. 7.C0VGirjL, Druggist. o'clock stated, also, thatday whon wrong was committed, no doubt, on tho samo to tho tasto that any child will TUST OPKXKP. wlttnew STOCK, out and out fine, rtili:b KIGS for lih A Complole ltcvolulloa tuko it. Hold by J. W, CowrIII, The TruMfea of tho Hickman Tubllo J TUHH3 reasBauli 'ftironage aouciuu Mary wont up stairs, n negro man but probably not of tbo outrageous tintnro first suggoatod. School will elect a Trlncipnt and two As In Iho Clothing tnule, at Mr. Ghas. M. Kloln. of Now was soon by her to jump nom the Druggist. Juncli2-lfor said School on Jult Orleans, who hns boon stopping rear window on to a back shed, J.AMHEUG'SSONS. and Tho Republicans nro oarnost Uth, 1883,Kor propoo to par tbo following a snort ttmo witn ins cousin, Mrs, and mako his osonpe. This fact prloea: Principal iM 00 jh,t month, A Boston man who wont to nn Tho tnatlitco pcrformanco at ccl3d- Joo Bohui, left Monday for Now caused tho beliofthat It was Mid ly boasting of their ability to car-r- y and for each Assistant if 50 00 per mouth. the City Hall, Saturday ovuiitug Indiana town to build n big facto Madrid, Mo., to visit hfa sister, same negro, porhaps, who assaultKeutuoky this year. They baso Tardea desiring a situation In tbla School ry and lay out n million dollars, last, was sllmly attended, owing ed her nt night. Miss Mary would their argamont ou tho fact that will pfeaea file their applications and cerfound cows and hogs monopo- Mrs. D. L. ltU86clh of proficiency with tboSecrutuy to tho rain. i. bo ablo, Bho thinks, to identify the Gov. Backnor only carried tho tificate Hoard lizing tho sidewalks and ho loft In negro soon in tho day time, but State last year by about 4000 over of tto date. of Truileo, on or before the at above JI.F. O'lMXIKL, disgust without Investing n nlokol. CLOCK VV ALL KIND?, HVBttxaAmrs, C VC(XOiV could not identify tho lulllan Who tho combined Kopublican and ProSec'y Hoard Trmteca. June !ir, 1833, """ tho beat nssaultod her nt night, from tho hibition vote, and that this year U warrantol, Is.bocauso it la "TTrTito mombora of tho Christian Eld. Wnggonor will preach nt Wood Preparation known. It will post fact that sho could not soo him, tho Prohibitionists will so largely church aro icquostod to meet at King's pond, about Urelr cure all Blood DfseaRos, purines tho which tho Gorman Lutheran chinch, on hulf miles from town novt Hniwin..' wlolaaystom, and thoroughly butlda up tho and only heard bis voice,talking increaso their voto as to wipo out WHEAT! WHEAT!! WHEAT!!! that 4000 majority. Democrats was disguised, sometimes DKAMIK X- Htiudayuoxt,at 10 o'clock, u. m. to hor iu u low, courso growl, and nro uotjfools, but soo tho real eit ho will ndmlnUtcr tho ordinnnco J. W. 00 NVGILL, Druggist, thou us if trying to imltato a wo- uatiou qultoos clcailyas tbo IMI-- Sl WATCH ICN Or AM. KIM. t a .verfl. Ofnm FAINTS of baptism. BUSHELS OP WHDA-Tmillion man. Soreral uoroos woro arand now that thoro is a in I wo will tiav Ihn AiA. for ulileh v CyJuat rccoivod, unothor largo rested and carried to hor, but sho necessity for their votes, will -' ! Tho President has approved ttt CASH murk ttvnee. Dr. S. K. Davidson, dotitiat, and beautiful Hue of Hats and refused to Identify cither of them. cotuo from tho hills nud hollows We will recWo Wheat nt tho. Hickman tho act tn utithutUo n bridge bwidU Olorolaud'b majotlty to Dipcti Pudda1 Switch, Carco nnd Jordan will nt Mrs. Jones' across tho MEssissinpi river ut July bo at Uicknmn iioxt Mqjula, HonnotB, whoio you aro Millinery On tho young girl's throat art? tho nud oltl figures ZMxnar Station. 01 to uj a ohinco suro to plain marks of whero sho was tho 2nd, nud will romniu four Hazaaii. of G0.000! Hickman, Ky. & Sacks furntthel front Illckmnnf days. 1'artics desiring work (u tlud something to pleaso tho oye, choked, and also bruises ou hei CflTtc. or Jordan, ruUH, this unwt lin'k or IjA i r will ilud hlui at tho Lueletlo tasto and tmrse. Como uud ltmvo urms. It was a toriiblo outrage UwuociutB- - bo certain to nt ... .uiumt(iUT s.i;Au.w.jon.90 ter itPUKSCi'riOINS OAlKKULt.Y CdMi'oiixDJi:D4 J JiltiklUh, A'i lUNMVVUUbUAMVh, h his lino It) oidoisi and Mysterious lu its conception UuUli !our w' j'lnCJtf i Cicc,K iWjKii tO'inguw v . J1 FIHB i j The illtrofthion of th 6urtliM In iht V, OurSfockol CLOTJUXO to twxkQ K. Trecmirjr rngitKtB the utmilfon of our Btntcnmta, but a more rltat ul!ori Iff room Tor the new. our alWhtlon, in.l l!it It tli ieuetlu of J-MBKUO'SSOya Hie burpttm ConiumptiveA. &Mt th dl 1 i: KEEP Nw NtnJuctlon of fho Troy & Tipton villo Kail forery amiforCoufUnipilor,, lr Kli'' In. Olncorrv thrrclm & roml Iiub boon finished to Troy. uarki dccroM In tlte niorlaUtr from i.'ull ami llilH i1ri(lc(l illreaM, Atid tt It toiit)e to , """ till further reduM the numU-- of Coo A ' times and invito UuwT ly kevjiingomuUiidj umjtllm wr' ittttus'uAxirs. r l) on hati.l liuttt of Or. Klitx't jMhbloIn lAitIns xtxj tti nlug nccorJiti to dlrmllom, SJri. 1 ujrtn it tt l lid f.rit vjntjH 1:1 no friontU in Clarksrlllc, Teim. tomt, rcch i a Conzlt, a 0M, a bore Threat Cliwi, or biiW I'ftltt, Tkrn lhu r cure Upuarnntel, Trlnt bottU 10o ft' Wo will Slaughter caused tho diugus to rise up and welt us In tho optfo. Wo expect n brand now gilderlluko ou this aflctuuou'tf train. Knlueliijr it Miti-plti- wio piap-oanj- : wuh uroou, which jSmitii & Bum 0UU STOCK I will close out my entire Stock of Goods at SQ Cents on t&e Dollar. These goods must be sold by the 1st of August, or until-everpiece is gono. Come .quick ! y ! J Complelo at all your inspection. wirinf"i?or r J. GOLDSjTEIN, m;xt noon, to ii. m, jrAXWEMN. tp4fh ta l!ri;;;:!I h Tho Democrats of USckmanAml TicldU areerincRtcd tomeetlat ii?!ti''!wi City Trfaflfu illokuian, tonIght at 7:30 o'clock, for tho purpose of ratifying tho nomination of Cleveland autl Thurmau, and organizing a Young Men's Democratic Club. It is hoped and expected that every Democtat, young and obi, will attend this meeting nml join this Club. A great ana glorious campaign is before tho Democracy of tho Nation, nud every Demoto ! crat In Kentucky has It duty we perform. For our nominees, have tho grandest ticket over presented to tbo American people for their suffrage, and the result of tho pending L'rcsidcutial con test involves issues near uud dear KentUckian. " to every tightly drawn, Tho lines will bo the Hght clofco and hot ull along tho line, and every Democrat must organize and work, work, work, to insure victory to our causo. To your teats, oh, Democrats, and let the cnomies of local the encmios of economic govern mcutjOf honest reform uow inaugurated, and relief oT the people lrom war taxation, learu that every Democrat in this broad land is aroused and will rally as one man in November to defeat tho Republican nominees, autl to car ry triumphantly tho election of Cleveland and Tburrnan. i " - WA vlll uiHjivea In tho Common . Kclioolr UranclieMp'LalinTfltpoltr -., ...-- , . : .. . -- Klocutlon, iltxhcrMftiktmatlcaJUook Keeping and the ScIcdcCj!. flovcrniiitit miltlUutTlrm. th.a?8XJtAjAi M clo"l'niieirifUU tna4.MkMaaltti 'r- i- L. vy i: FttplK J Aatahced Tr Month ... rupll, itr Month Pupil, pet Month.- - ii w 00 a 00 4 0d lj IP-- W. B. HUGHES, A. - B. Tn u -- CAH - tri w S n.v&Xauix: wst- x.vitoiwx XjItl: oii in fa lf M W ir NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &t,, &- r - M fr IUL That bo has ever & carried, and at ;.v-- 3k M J?0 Id P2ICES as LOW as the LOWEST- 01oth.irLand Gents Underwear Ho does not fear to compare prices with any ono; nndj in fact, h!s Stock is complete in every Department. Call and examluo his goods beforo buying elsewhere. tl I jidh lio conrfcobe-Ihlerdandslugorcdh- o in & I south-boun- d jL 33is Oxxt K ScaFa4ps. V&2!7 5 & -- , 1 -- opo-ratin- g :XT"lirie I ..... i ;h"t. i WM-V- lIMl-OHII- .TEFIIENS & LER, 1 o toilet-room- I W i 1 Furnifor Wfi m m rtaker's Book col-lifaio- o' mt H33SFFA3S& v pre-cipitit- p ROOi'lNe A SPECIALTY irim. rf -- m- - &r nP'tf r IwtLl?mj Stilk vanm 1 J Dji-lln- d m" tfTStt JcSO-- U HI- JXTotlco! alutant-Tnachei- u -- m. Q. KINGMAN. t biuxI? THE fLD RELIABLEI CIIAS.1 A. two-andon- c MOLCOMBE, 41 - WAHTBD. , DIGS, IliiNIIS, IAtjn - .Vrh. . j', - i III f iltttMfTMWliafcaai .:..- - --- k t ,- . .jm. r :, f. ? tfjt rjfcy r 'jva V, TM, ... w Tt Jii-Mh- ' v V " " - w sm - tyji w .m. m,d i&ifcii"3- - fyyr ilffitilSll! r ""V i ,s -- m-- "w l ' ..te.HWM 4 PJaJr. S THE COMMONWEALTH. the: coming man. Tbet little crsn'soa or mine raa rnsko as much reslno'se. A run ususllj bs nosde by the Rnorl run o' boyst Hut then 1 'iipoie I notice Ms 'cause I'm (rrowln ra set tin a little nervous, but 1 hadat oughler scold. An verj time I tcold him, cran'ma's surs lo tftft Oh, never mind htm, cran'pi. holl bo resident somo dar." Hn paints riders on tha barn, nil In toy lib Bo fun. An he se snipers Hko a rabbit when ho sees his Then when supper's over he'll come to me an' say I "Oran'pa, what you foln to do, 'cause I runned An' frtiu'p4 co mo. awal" I For Iklttdtrthinknijself thet ho'll be I'rtiU dent after while When I pit op In theraornln' and tin an apple I fielhonicthtn'ttkoaman who Isroadernuffto shoot; Hut when see hlrn peckln through the curtains of his bed, he sorter turns He looks so rnUchlovous-Ukmy bead; An' to keep myself from smtlln I her to turn 1 o hsrnr ain't the boirt to scold him an spoil his mile, In my boot, u way, A fclnrior carrtsgrs full of banners, brass bsDd the sweet fnce of children and tho gray heads of honored Id men. 0 hind this arraycamosmotly gang of human rag bags, masked and playing pranks, mounted on lean nogs, timall boys exploded flro crackers on ths her!" pavements. Cannons boomed as they had "Old you speak, inadfwfrlscllc!" "Yea, I did, mademoUdle- - oucaltei ben booming since daj break. Tho crash moMisaCapcU twice U& nmnlnjt, andl and extra vaganceof atvplcftl IndependenceI V Day stirred all of Judith's blood with dowouldn't (oaji to call yos MlsCl "You snld 1 wss a scrawny dyspeptic" iiffitt. "Ho nnd tako that old woman to a safe " You said I MrUtal." " Well, you did fllrt-;- ca flirted scandal-ouslj- seat," said tho girl, suddenly. "Bho will Mv Tho old woman Indicated was n profes And you know you're scrawny. And don't ti We U UVe prSn aft CVCI7 elonal beggar, who had chosen tho curb as roeall-n- nd tho whole school knows how (t her best vantago ground. Tho Colonel beckoned lo a colored man net on your temper," I snouM llko to1mv a tw undisturbed and paid him sliver to stand at his horses Tbn b wwit to thn old woman, moments to myself this mcrnlnj?," said h4d Mrtllo Close, holding htt book In tremb- and with her formed tho center of u denss ling rlHwa, shall go Into tho bed room, crowd which thronged close to hear him and If you try to follow tco I shall lock tho arguo with her. Sho was deaf, blind, dumb and palsied by turns, boo was lame, sae door." " Tollow yout I wish I might novcr set S cson you itfpttnJ1 11 Ho do L lleartlly. Our friendship Is ' at nn end." MIm Closo walked In a Ihe bed room. "1 shall ask to have Wroom changed at noon,1 sho obscrvedY, "Aid" l'm Kin to tako down my dresses nsi fold them right Kntlre.lv wsleom, tsm stirs.'1 "na they both Molllo turned her stud led vigorously, . . t0 lh M " Bho blames mo," widow, dropping hor book, "because. 1 stood between her snd vhat frightened V. FIFTIETH CONGgpT I9.Rini. J. J '! saym' to myself! dent some day.' -- Ho'll be Presi- Stun 1lughony fn X X HorM, THE GLORIOUS FOURTH, Ieh patriotic bosotn swells, once more, The fflotlous Fourth la here When Ring out, rise out ye merry bells, cannon roar, And let the ,vfeAssa)itoAA4snitthsfrstUdearot ntsbM 'nrerackerJ jump, toy pistols flash, ' iAawtyij . . nlht descends, what joys are hist The hiss os rocket cleares the ikies; Hark, hear the Uoman candle Hit, Heboid the red and blue light rise. ban gl torpedoes crash Kow, whUxt a cau ondura." voti annov me more,! f Tftlamntlrtn of tlellght. Do for. I do. rk "I mknow acbo more thannorndt stand." I can Kow blaze the barrels smeared with tsr, I irtro Flow matebei pass from hand to hand. "finnm in. thea," craatcU Miss Close, And salre and sticking plaster are "1 rcallj' bavn't any rlfht to keep you Atdrufgfita stores In great demand. out of tho bod room." Botton (nttr. Judy catno In downcast, with glowlnj Jlpi ind oyw, ana gaxtu m ncr caura. BUFFALO." "I wish I wasn't so hungry to bo liked," alio .M, wpprosstng a sob. There'll never bo an body that likes mo How It Was Tflmod and Cauffht cnouglu" t "W hMncfinrtroub?ron, ouraclvea In A Fourth of July Romance. this world," obwrved MIsn Cloe, In that dldactlo tono whicn siwaya cntiicu mo I Written for This Paper. ardent friend. OLTJG CLOSE and opine of her more president's pert little At that Judith Capcll vera daughter, point, tho sometimes, condescended who, ft u dying by thoopen In eottago window. It to carry cards, rushed with a bang, and projected anoblonuMtowhltoat Judith was the last study hour In tho morning CopelL Mhs Cjpell, Colonel Montgomery's and they were rivals reception-rooto see In rhetoric, so each been watting In tho wblle, anil if you worked silently at you this long Smith wilt bogln her don't noon tho task Of memo- - hurrriuKally ther and you ran't hoar practice hour tIAtUR ttllU MUUl'tlUfC, your oars for tho noise," Clvlnjr thootheronly slinultahcous thunder Jut after thoboarding-schoan occasional and produced Vreocvuplcd glance. which tho entire by drawing their chairs to sit down to Alolllo swung h cruel I In tho single rock- ner, Miss cioso sjij tonermerm, And what did tho wild buffalo want ing chair of their sUtlnp-room- ; but Ju- his 'llowanted toenlUonmy deadly vacadith huddled on a me to to e cheek against the tion hereby taking parndo." Kowark stool, and grooving her wlndow-framo- , her lesson tho Fourth of July projected cupiioo ouy rvvlUiu ho makes will through tho college shrubbery tatd Miss to bo At once thero was a tearing or roo tine agreeablewithyou," disapproval Close, lt upright of anoth the bushes and a man's bearded face at the will window. Mollis ran screaming to tho other cra admirer, which cea pattern girls past end of tho room, and Judith recoiled until sometimes manifest Sho shot plates tho herself llko shuttles as they cam a from she lost her balance on tho cricket "Let mo help you up," ho said, extend-In- carver's hands." from your own former You Judgo n good humored hand. " Oh, Its Colonel Montgomery," said Ju- anxious standpoint," replied Judy And I can help inydf, thnk; but she added with tho passionate pessimism of dith. now you've got mo a mark for talking In Julth, "but I'm with Hamlet myself. Neither man nor womaa will orrr be any study hours." And vrill never, cover mo 'I'll go to tho president and take Hon thing U any agln. about Inny one's framemoro worry m self." Tho cottage was an additional dormitory work or digc&tlou or engaged uffectlons." Still, when commencement bustlo was n stone's throw from tho main bulldtpg. The Colonel's carrlas stood at tho gate. over and tho lonely ache of vacation had Jlclllo Close sat back In tho room eyelnj twtnm In JudltU'a soUtazx heart, when him with displeasure. But Judith kept p.inntv- rooms echoed, and sbo dared not her cricket and audacioutlv saw her refleo I practice lu minor chotd Xorjcar of sobbing tlon in the Colonel's eyes. Bho was small, I herself, It gave her a throb of uncontested vn im I acugnt to sit ucswo uia wuuw hair brown and curly, supplo and In motion or rewso, and with an air of Fourth of July morning. Ho drovo f raa thfklsgras evcpIy:baUiicc4tol0RMid IncTcduUtT- -' exceedingly well at tho region Ills entire turtpit was an onia- moot to tho landscapo, mil Ahat landscape tno ittionci. concert last night," saia 11 Yes; ray life depends en doing well was an ornament to tho Hute. There wero You better go sway and let mo get ray les green hills melting ngnlast the sky and valleys downy soft with verdure. Ben to son now. And be sure to say when ranks of dewy fern brushed tho carriage You didn't say you iwdovt your hnad Into the window." wheels, nnd bits of wood views opened to ' Good morning, ladles." Tho Colonel and receded from the ejq lie enchantment, took off his hat and kept It In his hand Judith's gloved hands yrere folded on her whitol&p. It was tho year when hats of ' Pardon iny abrupt ways." you tho wild buffalo," csetus braid wr Introduced, and sho wore "MnlltAsind I rail observed Jsdlth, gazing sincerely upon his one with poppies bunch? aWe her face. light whiskers. " You look so shaggy and Tho brilliant and deflant young faco kept trsmp Around on the flower-bedso." its side curve tovard tho Colonel. to you "I think you're polite, Miss Capellt" " I put t ho question " said now because I the Colonel. burst from Molllo's Indignant lips. can't wnlt nny longer, made rou speak, and you'll "1 don't want to bo engaged." said JuuThert Pvo get a mark, too," said Jddlth, In n satisfied dith. ' Engagements roduco tno sum of tono. human hnpplnoss," " Well, If I'm a wild buffalo," said the Tho Colonel laughed. My roommnto got-- herself engaged to a Colonel, smiling, "you must lasso and dispatch mo." man, and It spoiled her. I have seen the "I haio dispatched you, but you don't folly of auch things, and 1 am going to carve out my future" "Let mo hearjou say jour lesson." "You dear child, ywu couldn't carvo a She pUccd tho book in tils hand good sized roast. And a future Is a tough 11 Didn't the president tell me when he thing to tackle I havo a great big heart Introduced mo that you wcro a Kcntuck for you, ray darling, und its loncsomo llko Ian I" you arc " "That question is not In my rhetoric," "Oh, Pis not lonesome," said Judith, "Hut It's In my mind. Tho narno of lifting nn inaincrcni chin I always feel Capcll, ou know," suggested tho Colonel. myself in good society with Uiss Capcll." "I'm Southern myself." The Colon ei lnugutrf ugun. ".4re you!" exefaimod Judith. "O, why "Woll, Miss Capoll, you know considerdid I over tall you u buffalol" able about ma And i hare every thing to "Probably because jou llko to laugh," give you that a woman could ask for." sa'd tho Colonel, Indulgently. "You'd turn "And you think jou hare nothing to do any thing to ridicule. Kveu mo." but help 3 ourself to xnesald Judith, turn. tihe drew forth a brass button on n rib- Ingon him. "You UsTuo. jwican pick me bon which she v oro around her neck. un half in oitv. trlr roo thEameof Mrs. "That's a medal for tho girl who can Montgomery, pet mo awhile, and then drop mako tho most fun. Pro carried it a week, mo for your aiuokliig udvuruicii snubs. I've seen men's patronigof wives. I've seen cnougu of hair devoibu. I don't llttc men. I wou't mrry oiic'i 'Won't $ ou wajitto boj loved P prcssM tho Colonel, still unable to suppress bis laughter. i Yes O, yea; I'm going to have a dog as soon as 1 can food him, I want to bo 1 " When alio hod been otin&cd In this lm proving labor lonffcnoiigl to bo mollified iy rccoucctinff tho tinestul recitationabo bad ma do In tho drtss and ulscored n;r aomo forgot ic&ramcJs m the jKokctol another, a rUnff begun upon the door, which Inr m1 to jwunuins. Miss aooo heard It iot ho coutlnud folding her wardrobe icitUftov departure 11 May I coroo In, Mol ill saimi "I Uio you tried fdlow ruo 1 should lock door." "O don't lock, tho ilxr' It's all my Wo norcr quftfrried In our "Uvea fautt. tbalUwAsVy fautsJi YOUf-ttAy mny. fTOJ' And "THE WILD' -- HI In-- In 11 X ? cat-lik- o s 44 1 ! ran - i 1 ndoro you. Now, scrtaMy, btwuubleto think of wetting adored.1 44 ' I havo not Lu '"fgs: m'MX -- y '! tiithr wis a TrAwtxa or nosEnusnEs. and If you were only about where I could mako you an object lcuson for tho girls, that button would never depart from me." Can't wo mako such au arrangement!" suggested tho Colonel. 'If jou'vo como to that cross mark made with n thumb nail at the end of ths lotvm you may give mo back tho book," said Judith. orphan I" "Of course I am, sud you knew It And onthnt account the president doesn't feel rcsinmslblo to anybody about mo. Bo vou cau stand and amuse yourself with mo just ns much as you plcsso, and I can civo vou Icrt answers, nnd my mother won't bo It nl.sk Ol 33 1Ai mi ft ter. WJIi YJi i r "Just one more question. You aren't an "Good mornlny, ladles," said tho Col. onel, lifting his bat gravely and kindly, snd cruuchtnjr back among the rosebushes. " Now you hat a done It I" exclaimed Clow, with tho asperity of a blonde. " You'o mado mo speak out and I'll tell jou what I think of you" "Do," said Judith, tho flush uround hr ejes becoming emphatic, "I saw jour noso tilt up mid Iknowjou uerohuty getting something ready," " You net horridly, Judy Capell. You've talked through s window und broken study-houbut that's, nothing. You'vo Jtirtul, 1 never stoop to ttiaV1 " Kor good reaaotts " M I'm engsgitl, and 1 havo somo rcsiicct for mj self'1 "J shouldn't hate much for quailed as jou d'd befora that blessed buffalo. You'r a rotvonl " Iomi 1 may rimaln a coward, then." U- ' Uowardleota confucffl psuuiiunui in scrawny 0speptlcs.') " Tho ak ou Miss Cupoll," Mol-H- iota." the evening I flrbt saw you I'll mike you a good husband. Iok no In tho eyes. Don't mind my abrupt wajs. I'll wait ten years or I'll marry jcu inan hour, which over you dictate." Judith but awhile sad WitcM hi in guide his horses,, nnd then sfattJEszcd over him steadily. TcanYajHfefia. "You know I'm fciaf touurovv myself Intoyour arms st lat,U"ue I can't help liking you," she said. "My darling " said the Colonel, tenderly " Hut don't mo too quick. It will mako mo wicked to Iots you all. I can lovo you, nnd not feel mro you would glvo your Ufa for me Jn return,- " Hut 1 would give it "You wouldn't gireonodsV. This Is tho Fourth of July. Kow, Vn going to try you. I shan't auk but fourUhlngs of you. If you call any of them ibsurd or Impossible, I won't bcllcvo in rouj and I'll never put myself In jour hiiuls.t "All right," said Colonel Montgomery. "Test mo all you plea) . "Well, there, There's iiomothlng for ou to do now," exclalmcd'judith, Indlcat-Intho carcass of a ralf which lay not far from thcroad. "i'cople oro always snjlng what i nuisance such a thing Is, und yet theyleavo It lying thoro to taint tho world. Oct a spado and bury T g elso sinco i - g sharp-feature- d Mrlfl'd - !: Yif!1 a h?1 da f0T uch omiYoytneuti that they might rula the parade, that ho was not the owner of th calf, and that tho surrounding atmosphere was not flt for a inFr ln' fi!'ratly, however, ho tied up his horses In thnhado, and handed Judith out to a secludttlsoat upon a log. rhon ho went to the Purest and borrowed a sjade. Ho ohoso a sjot near tho calf and exraTited(.vlth u vigor vhleh soiled both boou und hands. Occasionally ho went wural rods away und breathed, wheu earth began, to cocr Its own hl-- task became easier 3 Ho finished It, trainiied back across ths'Aeld with tho spade, nnd they returned tlelr rll- An cxpresilun of iTii..t!.,v'Anis out on Judith's face. The Colonol showed a quiet smllo, but ho kept an nlert umrbrlghteucd farm-house i Tlio Colonel came o?ar remarking that Without much talk thus Thoy ro30 oa l0 Kowutk, IpV' v Tho procession was alroadyJ'tno'lnf In tbo principal streets a gorgeous paseaut ejouiwnhcr. jassft ass instantly killed st ths Mnysvllle Cot I ON HIGH." ton Mills by the explosion of n Champion - ' Ho was attempting to flro extinguisher hadnUJk Hut Addison. put out an incipient Mate In the "Upper JSang room." lUchard IUce, another workman, you, for a few years nt least, was badly burned by tho ncltls. Monroe rather lootc nt tho firmament has the main support othts mother and his , from tho underside. younger brothers. Ulnopjiosltlontotho gchcrnlldea uptho War lttrtrafnt, Wiiiijb blasting a well nt Cynthtnim two A bill authorlt Ing the loss ot tnts to the dti on Oi subject. Tor every dnrk heroYOU CAN DO IT tysburg reunion wss passed. Atn m,vte colored men were overcome by gas, Oeo. in of a novol thero aro twenty fair Senate ntljourned. )UrrU will jtridwibly dl, lul llnnry Colyer by observing Uio laws of health ones; while, although n four poets mny 1IOC?k. A letter from ths chont-thIs safe. w BUW W and rosortlntf to that havo ittno; tho praises of dark bounties, was retetTd,ron?ejing ths thanks otue J. McK. Lattov, aged tnelve, vraa rl thojo who havo celebrated tho charms gravo medicine tUesorthsIats (lennsn Kmterorts Onrrf" drownetl while bnthlng In tho Ohio at Con for Its resolution of condolence, TheSrnsl of fall ones nro vastly moro numerous. The; lody was recovereiL WAHNER'S SAFE CUBE Mil for an appropriation for ths Colossus isl cord. Among tho lower classes of Kngllsh, Wiiilk Clmrles Urr was nt work on a bltloa was reported. Public bulldisf bills,f lbs W You aro out of sorts; a eplondld Vertheru Is a general projtidlco for Charles Ford, near special order, were postponed until ThurdJ totmcco sjjalnst fooling nnd nppotlto ono day. next, and the sundry clrll bill tako n A sailles, and as descending n ladder to the d women. It Winer n slipped from rawvtntAn to ("p all work on thn Conrf.VnM ground, a henvy hatchet fiitnl idea that they iwssess Inflnltely while tho next day llfo Is a Library llulldlnr. and dlrrellng the il&JM md the grnsp of a frl!owworkiuan on tha worso temiers than fair women. AVero burden. If you drift on In this Fenste Committees on llibllo llutldlarsto rf" roof, the blade striking hlni ulthterrlfld Ir. Hoddoo'a theory correct that three Tway you aro liable to bccomcT mn ew plans, to b within a HmUol force In ths center of tho bead. Inflicting au t vuu'xt wss pasro, ana ifte item sppT-rla- l uruncitea marry to every tvo blondes, ugly gash, The wound, while serious, la Insane. Why? Inu s,w ortl for the library stricken ot, It would certainly bo found that nlmost I p. not dangerous, though tho escape was nar m. the Houe adjourned. Hocnuso poisoned blood on 1 crery unmarried lady past tho ago of row, Wasiunotok, June CO. StNATt-- .i nervo centers wherein rsr thirty belong to tho latter category, hands nt Wiiilk working with a lot of On rigeon Point, (tho northeastern well's bill directing the President to r&htblt near Hopkins- - extremity of Minnesota extending into which U certainly not tho case. At tho mental faculties arc locatthe importation of tho products of or?lfn the railroad otbiMr evening, Alexander States In cases was reported sdff rv'ly vltle. Into tho ed, parolyzofi thorn and tho m Lake Superior,) tho surveyors of tho Nuno tlmo tho. fact that tho hntr of tho from the Committee on Foreign A ffalrs, Bcse Trice was suddenly caught nnd dragged U. S. Geological JMC, Survey havo found n popple of this Wand Is becoming disKvorow which bill appropriating M,01 to templets tlntjiuhlo beneath the ponderous machine, tinctly darker limn It was Is one thnt bnlMingst Wichita, Ksu, was takca Jp and struck nnd fatally Injured him. Hut for section of rocks on tho surface of which" nro thousands of pco Tliero can not 1h3 dented. IVrsons who can passed, with a& amendment lnervaslrttio ap- the prrsenco of a workman, w hosclr-cand curious circular spots oro developed. ptu tonlay in insane asylums propriation to Dm.OUO. Tho Bcnatstloknp pulled him away, Trice would have been Thcso spot vary In slio from less than look back half a century will bo ready prlvnto pension bills on the calendar atdl and graves, put there by instantly killed. n quarter of aa Inch to over two inches lo admit Uio change In this respect. For all of them, ninety-twIn numb 4 The J. H. KnYxn, a fanner living three miles in diameter, and occur singly and In ctcry Kidney Poisoned Blood. icron to lo kvii now Senate then, atS:v adjourned. J from MUlersburg, seven weeks ago, while Tho slnglo soU nro sur- tea would havo been met with fifty Insanity, according to fctntlo-tlc- s, HorSR. Ortaln prlvats pe.nslon blBVlich down drinking out of n spring, sw allowed groups. were the regular order, were displaced litl ths something rounded by a robed rim of n lightish yc.tm bnck; and If tho chango continues Is Increasing faster ibau slick. Ho supposed Ittnt rundrj civil bill taken up. At & p. rn, a icrs brick-re- d -color, and tho groups are sur- at thosnmo rate In another half century any other tUscsso. In your cyo-- r was taken. At the erenlng session tWiiwv tadpole, from the peculiar sensation In his will huo botHHuobo pooplo rim. AY hen tho stomach. Three weeks ago ho was taken sight falling? Your memory rasd bills sathorlxtag the ronitnrtiia of very 111, nnd claimed that theto wns some- rounded by a similar with lndrmhlorla uncotimon that a roddinlrol lmly will snots aro moistened brides over ths following namtl An aIN becomltiff impaired most attractive figured ln thing alive ln his stomach. A few days acid they cfTcrf esce with a slight AjsinsMissusirtatrtiaratrtM-k- ,t jgoaqJlj,mvlUfUtsutitfll6jkst ago, during a severe coughing apelLhr lutton of gn. uton you? If so, uitd YOU rtrivmria, Aio.1 across in luiudio SJJTjs1e 1 vomit! un a small trreen U vs frog. arises m) iio unablo to say) but wo can trrr7on ami tvmsmnrttm --trrntoryt i'syjw nx KXCAYATirrwrri"jrTTaoK. know whether this is eo or not, not tMnk that I)r, lledtWs theory thnt llr An expTosTon o? powIlerTn the ware"Mlsa Kacktus," said tho young Mississippi st wabaDa, unn.; acnni iiHyiv tick not tinoioct VOur Caao until nots aouri at or near Slum City, la.: seres' the Mis house of a fertilising comivinv at Louis man at tho Arlrbnn ball, casually rest- threo men out of every fivo prefer dark wss liable to fall In a lit. A women to fnlr U k corrwet one Lett would not move hor to nny other scat, but souri st Tones, Neb.; scross the M(illppl at ville, Hcuy Hurkhardt and John Johnson, ing his hand on tho butt end of his reason totlers and yoti aro Lilforers, were dangerously burned. Uurk-lanWhen his bid reached ten dollars sh let crnrarDurllngtoa, la.j across the llIa A imbecile, but y while you bclicto tho next waltt is den Sttmfartt. can not recover. John Wlllets was htm lift her, and hobbled on his arm to a knnssst across the Mississippi at or aesr CUn- tin ..' h It?M ! think jou aro Mtw tvM Ii.t MVtlM 4vnly burned. Tlie Kwder wns lylnR mine, iflit tMTT4ruU Ml CV.Ih m4.I. have reason, tuo your good It was during tho wnr, when lOt.t-ng- e gave hernn additional flv&dollar piece nnd the Missouri at Poirst City, Dakotti sffois the lapse on the floor, whfrea number ol Mr. Houndup," snld another Mcuo nnd Judgment by pur-- r paid tho barber to let her stay, lest she 5Ilsslsslppl st or near Mucallrv U across oil cartridges had been opened. stampa wero circulated ns etirtvney younir man who was standing by, as ho chaslngWARNER'S S AFE should return to her perch and his task the Missouri ncnrWlaona, Dakota, saoss the '1 Illy had Urn complaining of tho Mrs.Hallir lkufc,at rinslllll, neat pointed In a careless, easy manner at Aunt Mississippi at Oqaswksks, 1H.( across the Ten would hove to bo repeated. CURE and WARNER'S way money slipped through her fingers. bowto-knlfthe Red and Mount Vernon, In attempting to cross tht Mls Kacktu nessee at Memphis, Tenn, ; across tndr-minde- d card with a ISrt nfth crowd toV Ww In front of the L. snd X passenget PILLS; incdldnwj philanthropist, and gar e him advice Little rivers, Arkansas; across the llti riTfrol track eighteen inches long, "my nroo Is She had Just received a stamp, (siting was moving st the rate of thirty wnrrantoil to do as reprosentcd, as to where he might soak his head. Others tho North by the !ulntb, Halny takr Rier and train that down for that wnltz." "You are right, It a copious moistening, sho stuck It sftss the mother, Southwestern Itailway Company; Atns&dris miles per hour, was struck and killed, on thd wall pajHr with tho r Inquired if she was his long-los- t and which will cure you. rtrcr for and Tnor, E, D, WARncLD. of lVxIugton, Mr. Inrlnt," rejoined Mr. Uoundup, flrm'y Well, there's thrvo cents Til and a lot of boys clamored after blm for ArkansasCocipaDy, Little IfocX others. mark Railway an serend with his eyes on tho glittering blade. was elected president of the Miami promising to tnovo In any 1 oiton Thtntcrtpt, save, anyhow ths Chicago Trtlxmu WAsntsoTOH, June ru Senats.-- 1 direction ho Indicated. m Rkv. W, "Without a word ho returned to his car- close ot the morning bnslness Mr lltsircallcd Youio, 1). D of Louisville, vsithsone has been elected prrsld nt of Center collegi fact that riage. He had just taken up the reins attention It Is stated that Herman people when cries aroso from tho procession; with hundredth anniversary of the rallncshcnof t& Danville, to succeed Dr.O. Ilea ttr, rest gnM havo littlo fultU la lawyers. Decently lightning swiftness spaco opened for a Constltntlcn by the State of New Hampshire, The most sensational and jwi hi fully nw-f- a Germun living In the vicinity of Cains honor frantlo horse, and It flow, dragging the snd taMonday.of ths day tho Benate sbourncd execution w hlch ever took place In Kenuntil Vincent cnteredthoofrlcoof npromlnent rider bylha stirrup tucky occuirvd In tha county Jail at LouisKotTSB. Benstc smendments to ts dlpk "O catch that horsol" screamed Judith. attorney thero nnd stated Uiat ho had L William Pntteron,cnt ville on tho oppropristlon bill srO Khs would have given her llfototak tho mstle and consular slander. Tho case looked Ja, and a conference entered on the of the murderer of Jennie Itoernisr, was been sued for words back as the Colonel sprang from, her wrung her hands and cowered first named. The House went Into cctsmiUes slowly strangled to death, but not until he hnrd nptlnst him, ho thought, and so side. Bho down upnn th floor of tho carriage, seeing on the sundry eirit appropriation bill On mo gave expression to somo articulated ho snld to hU lawyer: "Veil, vhnt I according (a him tossed and dragged at tho bridle. Bho tlon of Mr. McShans iNeb.), sa smadmM thoughts while dangling In midair letween tluks nboudt St is dot wo ttd pcttcr py MsssH-sssssssss- sl llfo and eternity. The trap was sprung at up dot udder lawyer." Dtit the other bid her face and prayed alone as people ln was adopted abolishing tho Sunrryornfneral's Do reu ferl dull, WnfuVt, lnwnirltM. office at Lincoln, Xrb., and turning crer ths eleven minutes past six o'clock, and In just stinctlvely do in utter helplessness. The &U mid liHbrUtaNjr issa14i, papers to JJebrasks nnd Iowa, la Ueourse ten minutes afUrwardhlsstruggles ceased, lawyer wouldn't sell his client out and fR(lMPTDfTD?HHFECTlt vt thuds nnd tho raging clatter ceased; an al n CAlir snd pwiiUhrt eiciH a land surveys, fiht a on public the Pemocratic Mf hadd tho murderer w as dead, and ths majesty ol tho German finally 6cttbd. ready excited multitude shouted, m mv fulUKts or blitstinr "ftv eatmr. ornf rcmo-nr- r, pstty (III.) declared tx MuptliKMs of stonuMh In the imnn-Insraised her faoo to see tho Colonel stepping recovered eighty million Seres ot puhte lands, the law vindicated. The death struggle ahoDeaLis OucEisjs UMo In toiiru erstnl. titter or up besido her. Ho was covered with dust; and said Another problem about na villainwas a vey distressing ncene, however, for mouth, IrrauUr Rpirijtr, dltJnea, frvt)iKtit most trcmendonsllehciidercr one coat sleeve was torn off. Ho had a heard hadthe !dtWb4Hrmleyi'slilUt,mtltu sinks' concerning tho hen and a JiiECws'AVooEiERCa-BAiroM- . ous H4 that emanated txiay fromChicwheir the victim was strangled todeath. Immedior Ifforn the eyes. itvmi prostiatlon fluthesv brotse above his eye. ately after the drop his legs commenced to half has been propounded. the Coarr nllon had declared that tbs It U this: Uiirin, lititnUUtr of tetaer. Ih "There's your horse," he said, tlltlDghls ct its land wrlthn and wriggle, nnd a loud hissing pikrtv has never forfeited sltrrnsttng with rtdllr sensations, shin.. vfAAK "A tells tho truth threp tlmo out of lns hero aisl tl?rt, o4l head toward tho runaway. Plenty of men grants. Htinr, transient Without concluding the committee sound came from his mouth. Ho lifted his four; 35 tdls tho truth four times out of fest, JruirsJoiv alter rnel, sratcfuhirM, r now held and soothed It, and a stretcher arose and the louse adjourned. (Kif fr body by his neck up nnd down many JlMuill oikI uniffrwhlnr tv uf omstani UN M1NMM H C tells Uio truth six time out of seswas already provided for Its Injured rider. In WAsntxoTOS, Jose at SaATK.-N- ct hnirudpjtcribabl fcUuf of drrAJ, or lrtark4 tMPH-- f times. The sight svas a terrible one, and five; 10 llo was to bo taken to tho hospital. sion. mismitr r many of tho old 'timers w ho had w it nested coven. What Is tho probability of an If sou bAsontlciranr cnnshlersWo numl-etA the t Ait set qulto still beside tho Colonel Judith House. A Joint resolution extcndlsfto event which A and 11 assert nnd Otic of iitfrna tvmptoms, Ju are autferliiir frotu as ha turned his horses away from tho pro States of Flo ruin and Louisiana h prutUIutiS many a hanging were comttelled to turn nles? tlB'm'W rumnitm of ,mnncn ihst tunlt..wwi-llJurlington (Kits.) licpubh'can. IlilUMM IVVV inUIit cession. of the act of Mayl 1,1331, reUUng tofrosal their heads nud walk away from the spot. I 1113 Rven nfter thn fall and whll tb rop wm IftdlslhMi. Tho morei with rdhwuss " well, that's threo," tall leu tno uoionei. ot public lands, was passed. Th exs'ertae kih a' ii. iiikr. bss lle rompufwlnl reiir r.s. i "Only one more," luivii. oiiiir House report on the bill InereaMng the limit c( cost of completing its ileadly work thn d lug man The Result of Merit. dhnftity of mim-litifv tnii. kt.u ifr.s 4uihf rffAtcr tlo ntiinUr sthlsty Wichita (Kas.) public building was tlopted. iras Able to breathe freely, nnd was heard "And I'm going to ssk that now." It tin tvsnl. tu4 No tnslter wbst N3 When anything standa test of fifty .''lealrAl DUroverr "Let a fellow breathe," suggested the H accepts the 5enst smendmen ruing distinctly tu say, "Lord, save me," Jher tnemmt - l.Nftirr. direr it. If UWrtt seinltns; Colonel, "and get himself rcpulitnl. The lh limit at fl00,otx)). The House tw west ill Clark reached down from thn PcafTold years atDwign discriminating people, It Is iM KrMlnlM4IIinlnlMtliC.ltl1tMAMUM will suriduAriMuitiHS Iraatlinf time.to If mt u MkM.kMS f.ttow.fM r pretty good evidence that thero is merit U 1 can't even Sundry Ctvit Artropria-tloon the Into business houses are all closed. mulUjdv std t onstiuip and Adjusted the nooso more aecuroly, rurcl. eoipllnti'n I JUL The committee rose and the fc.1 passMse get a coat. Bo we most hunt for dinner in tmnnf tiir liinfs,fkln which had the effect of ImmetllAtely shut- somewhere. Few, if any, medicines have popmet with such rrut ed. The House sraln weal Into eomedteeon somo Inconspicuous spot." t hhrumatisin, httiir HhsMSrIn other sxkamt ting osT the horrible hissing sound which ularity as hascontinued success and uf tiM,s is frr.111trtlMttUi ICcmI M Slid, r nul41lrs riiU lUhln Mrrt marked tho progress htwilf' 4Mt f M hmiMfU,SJ U sSs you brcatho twice till I ask the Naiat Approprtation UI1U WilhoutnakltiR apienred as If coming from the throat of "I won't let t U .r. J, . trtiniiistlon. or Istcr, Indite a cptsatttce amendn)cnt tb ilnixusKTn's Pills, which, after u trial of 4mU lka ibwM wki. k Wm i flHmf M I the last thing," said Judith. "I lovo you any snrntsnttal pauett A recess wsitsken an enraged rattlesnake, iMerce' ihlcn ?l'dlrul pt S UtSUUlUUOIIWMttli MUtMtS over fifty years, aro conceded to bo the nru iviwrrfiilly uptm Ihe IJvcr.sn4 now with all my mlphL I love you for pa- rose6 and the bill th3 erealng snulon VhQouss Thk following Kentucklans we re crnnt- - I ssfest and most effectual htnod mirtfltr. till o'clock. At onrn BH M( thrmiah that nnt PIM" tience, 1 love you for gentleness. I love passed thirty-seveciosuMii I'm sjttnn of alt lhimtUlnts snd lia private pension? Ma, and ed pensions on the 21st: Original Invalid! you for heroism. My heart will burst, piuutrit, tntui wtuituer tiuc artthi. I) is tbea adjourned. hi , Xiio. i5oj , i.oinptcnt lvm. rnyne. now " . ilrt H frMnllt Ioto you sor MMkM.fMr WAsmxaTo, Jauert RavrTis,--- ? nd ticr eierrtory iirrans. tiraiMlnjr UngOrrent Mamuel Allen, CAinpbvlIsvlIIf. That this is inorosuiiox merit, ana mat iw4fiMtiM M.llmii iMt "This Is hard," murmured tho Colonel, SlOR. ! SireiiffinnHia-VMS ani (irniaw iim ir sll Increase Hlchard if. I.yon, (Irccnvllle; Bsam!hstiis "whon; Xcirtovva Us your hand before nn iiHiiiUi4r, miiirsiiru ioitie.it pminH(s Hocsb Mr Ilelmont, of New York, prlvnt- (leo. O.Jenkins, AVrMuort; John It. YU clalmod for thorn, U conclusively proved - .M.wwrr- -. r.k., umi this crowd." dilators ami1 nutrlU4i, iiirrriiT tMlfjd!liT Up buX Agreed lo. lies: by tho fact that thoso who regant tnein Mrfft nrn an timifiu. liimaUrUldiMrtcf. tmr ! My soul Is on It's kncei ed the conference r ell Hifi "Nevermind. tsi ported the bill Introduced by hlmtoglr Cct hams JSontelI:r; Wia. Asltcroft, realty-- ! with tho greatest favor are those who have rrlrftlMltler4Hfci.MM.S4 mi iiuxlkliM hiu iraltifl first this f kissing iAr hands. And wo havo th to the Chinese treaty. The only ameMfflfsts vlllet John Itegnn, (lap Creek; David Ijsw-so, mm s.hk to tof ritvfiv tt tirtn Vfr fnt Airi, ClillUsuJ rfr tm f frVsec. fumb Au. and hitdrl illsnas1 Levingood; Pavld Chametl, Watson. used them the longest. ) cars" are provisions taken from ths Morrow hit DsuxDHxtu's Pills aro sold In every l4wiKtalk.mKI,Mi lit frfMff sirlWtn MlitM "Yea, wo havo tho j ears I" Ir. 1'lere e iuldn .tledlenl Bl Risking the bill take effect upon the ratlflestJon Original u Idows Ilsrrtrt It., widow nf drug l LlMtarl h9 ikt mm (fM .wwn plain or S and modlcino store, either "But tho last thing I shall ask will be of the treaty, and wiping out the aectloa nlk wfcitS XltH m S4 lr irlaf yritrMWfRtM William Allen, Covlnston, Charlotte, wid su MiiffSM p)W mt Ik !. hardest of all And It is novcr to mention Ing aU months during which Chinese majre ow of George W. Dougherty, HihI gens t tile. M mt t theso tasks that I set you again." J IWrwlU IIMNH rrffA f TrUI from a common Iilotrh, or lUuptlott, to th Itrf4fr turn upon rerttflrttcs. The report is otuct Mexican Kldons Klltabeth, widow of To tocxo men It Is better to be fast FREE MHI Mtlr ,' no task at all." "Why, that's rslt roous, Mr. Morrow consenting to the rrcom ' 9 9rwhMmm alllkt Mfltilii atOtM ! wnrst tkttifula. Rtln, rbeum. asleep than fast awake. "W. Keller, Prosirity. . Scaly Lor Ilnurh ia short, ail ilhwssrs S4wt I 44 t might bo In tho long rnendatlon that his bill He upon the .fable. John " I think, may bo, It V bb4 Stwiu, w m nMUM,AAtit csuserl br bT blmtl sio nmqucml ty this committed nronoc rsopl run," said Judith, sagely, "for some After a stnurfle lasting an hour otct ta suicide In HiCKtHT, a atinner, days since, 4W4kr l4lMlHUflllltM IVSM.SII. FN It pmrrrfut, rurlfTlmr. stwl Invlscoratlns; init-cUWs, few IoulsIIe f will remember order of business the lubllc Halldlngs Cca men, but not for you. tlrri rsstlns? riers rsil tly hnl un Irr You need not bo a Mongolian to be lemon, . 44HrUV.Wt ftli Is4H! M Mirs . fWM Xc colored. 4ikt k4 f thorn. I will remember them as four great mittce secured ths floor, and Mr. Dttbh. of shooting himself through the brain. Just neglect a alight attack of (MIMlliMM mI4 fW IHilta IkW Uf Mttl 4t fM bJs Its tmla-- muuencn. iociiiiijr iias is iiuus t4mm M fw. 4I M.lv n mt4 .mm biliousness for a few days and too wtu; trul South Carolina, called np the Senate bill for cause Is assigned. labors." )M.lua t'.yea.lknil wl ltilM )ylehvli.ll,'trltutKh-lJVrbecoro rsl.H Dijrtt- -, Colonel Ciiarlxs tV. rsxrcnu'sn, you'll look like. A delicate, but notintellec- ih4mN pvwvIMrstftryUrtlVcl,f Sfc lll.rtw Son and rWrlllnss, "Of tho wild buffalo," said tho laughing the constructioi of a building at iVirtlaad, Ore. uUs( s4 saffron tint Thick frw. -plr MjsllilWtMSr, ISt4S Uus.s Mdlilti HwcllliiM lllittVn-- vr ten rent nsr, Ity sn amendment the amosnt was redeced t Sf Washing- ing countenance. will suffuso your HUm In srs iitsiMit. m. ! Colonel. formerly of Kentucky, rks Tako Hosteller's tual hi rnpt itm ami Kularacl Olsnlv r".Msk. , with ciiknl Thou, having turned Into a deserted Ijnrtk). The whole afternoon was spent In ton a few days Ago. lbsUtal iMf nth1 ach Bitter at once If you feel bilious, and tauiiHi fur a Urim Tnsth-WllMlIM U.IM Mf street, he bent over and received her kiss. the effort to gel a uuorura, and fat It eg lo se tr on rktu Tilt other morning the fit. Joseph's Or- avoid further trouble. It extirpates tho FREE I Ittc Oti4t-3-ltVl tM im hlMMIM r!at.Trtxtll on Kiufukm tlw sshh amount k proposition to report the INrrb cure one on a Aaxtkju. M. H. ClTIItRWOOD. Il ta IM fTMMti s4 r swH phans' Home, situated seven miles back of malarial and rheumatic virus, dysicpu m .iits.wy WM n land bill favorably, the Houso at 1 10 adftmrm "FOR THE DUO0D IE THE LIFE." by fire. and costlvcness. Kwrtort, was tMnlly journed. SMUIU.IW tuU.Uu.hMt. tks Ml (mIm 4Jm. 7rMijMIr M All Have Our Influence. It Tv iInir X)r. XU fitM The building was an Imposing brick structof ims ! . Wasmistotov, June ffht (iuMrn rfrdlral Discovery, and ac-m suits 4Mkin ir4M tw iwuc t Homo persons fall discouraged on tho snee was transacted In either branch f Coa ure, and was the homo of seventy orphan of time; but who Is thero who Is notable diffrsthn, a fsir skin, tmr.rant if4r;u. tliat ltUT4mtJ M 4ln, Sftri 1iw VMM.K-- IMS) highway of llfo, because tbcj can not bo grcas the exciting nf ws f nm tM 0iles-g!MI4.ltoliltMUMl sUinjElli an4 Unlllr bmttli will l tinhllU-dhoys and girls under tho charge of Imtn tc step a zslsute. 11 W.Ut Uf I IMIUMilllWilN(k this or that great or eminent person. Why Convention being loo much for the Senators IlkHi Urlntf H4 lPlrd UtrWOTl.t l IHtt l Amanda, with nine lsdy assistants. All I IS a.tlll r BUwuSl 9 t Us LUw 2edivlouro, Cloclnnatl, cure? I4m4 PfU Gcppert not bo willing to be thtmilwt No person and Uepresentativea rcroalalnK in UlIi city. throat, lung, nervodiseaseax Oxygen euro, Rlfl. Ulrt.73JtsMsuPt W( who ever has lived, or ever will live. Is n which NlirkiilniKllntMlH SPwtrr and Is Nernfiilis siftho l.uttfi. U unretedl ty four ears ago, nn the HOth of June, ths pDCumathurapy, phystologlcsl massagn, Why not make tho most without Influence. rir. .1 by ti.w rrnudy, Jf tiicn in tha tit loi t hM lfvnt UM-relectricity, uvmeopatby. Tub wife of J. K, Henrier, of the Theater rsrlhr stsjcrs of tho ilWti. Frtmi Ms SwhtsUlitM Mf ftn.tM4 NwmlK Ibl MM U of thatr Since you can not grasp that Hoyal, Montreal, burned to death Alsmp Institution suffered from a similar lire. medical baths Cwr. power vcr Ihbs Umblr f"tl dlwasc VlfWVW, RMkllMM MSUM The Church of Ht. Joseph stood within a which you wish, why let what you have eipIoieL your boys face be called tu titlN WUm km UtAts iMMsf M ms ssi ltwm. TvhHi nrtt on"iTlnjrlliM now world (siimiI rf m Cak freckles J hundrel feet and was only saved by ths spots on tho sonon fciwtnw 4lMililtNikr MMT 9f SMff tifmftmt, slip through your fingers I No person In t tslf In Ilrt puUle, I)r. rJerot Ihimsht prlmiMr of rallinr it Hs (issLUiniUM inuti' huS - hMM AfiANlof regulators I bingorgsalxed Kind veering, Thebriik walls of the Horns to hriMwVW a the world Is exactly llko iau, Vou have tiff ' ntrhtiro alarrJnnil tjwt naino m Ittiw woiidxful for your own faults, but you havo also In Wabash County, 111., to punish drunken are left standing, but In such a tottering Woucx Admiration win who use Olenn's hM Im'VMnlktol tiUfitjtwSi1tTT IStM.1 4 inelk.'ltMt whicTs, frmti fS,Sttf u r lnttrHritttna mil ts.s a tho skin. dwuMnu j ami profllgato hustands and wlfelieatrrs. snd unsafe condition that they will lw of 3ulphui smssi to your own excellencies of tonic, orstrriiMtH iiunr, snrraut?. individual to UJ 4s mm - tlnnss4 LtWItth M ' anl UlU's tiairuna nmsaer we,iiua. cr blood dcaniliiif, e The grand jury at Charleston, H.C, no use. The building cost $'JV, and u as i Mill t.tsnU yourscir. rfre fwm air, itecauso you nro I ssS mt UMkl t Um unpmii, net onlr l IC Tbi SnM tns etkH KtniL. MiiStU) rtiitrnir" not a poet, should you not bo a good merrecommended thn establishment of a whip Insured for $13,000, 5,2,200 in thd Covington k Tt'T 4HiMiiiiTtiuii, but fur stls AtL f KtOi ftUllWUM, s ik gtllltf NUSt Vxtx eipectatlons prospoctlnr for cold. NtsJHy lMlrltMtfr4,t4iMsr as a mode cf fterman Mutual, $2,500 In the Kenton, and chant! Hecauso you can not go to college, plng-ponnd chain-gan- g t'hriuilc akl4'AM-- of tins Tk.L Ti.k I.itMM ti. wuwl f.ww, iitmi should you therefore forswear tho alpha- - punishment. tnm m t $10,00i) In the companies of the Duihanan mf " St s4 tm 4MtNA4 tM4 ut4iHd Iwmtvlka Mt trspi, lift Hntf4 tf tll Ss4 Iki srt nwwi K'tl Hecauso you can not build a palace, I'uor. L. B. Hayneh was removed from ThNdMmgwIi IVln. WMkttUMftt THE MARKETS. Ik lrtfttsrcf tf a ItisI ttsrsbsfti4iM,t4 should you not rejoice in your own numoie the Faculty of a female college) In South llhod, A aro no named lloso Harris was almost for Wink Taint?!, Prlttlnff ofCistunh. fhort-v- s. IMSJSJWIIJ fS U your own I Will roof, nnd that because it prUt, kr of llrmlli, riintnk) Nssal sk(f1tft Mfttitft.f s Citciffjf Art, Jane M. Carolina because of his extreme view's on cut In two with n razor during a row at f sSaM 99 rM si Iks noUf WWt.WWI Ml Asthmn, Hovrrv (ouatis. and hlndrnl not tho aun also shlno Into your windows the subject of Prohibition. MVnf;TOClC-CAttU-0rni- .?2 o Q2 V mr UM4 Danville. r ttwiUtiis, It U an frGMtnt n mely. If you do not obstinately persist in shutWmm MIlT s.nt4. ASJtMS, H4w tnoiee nnicners, . -- -,- . s agel fifteen, nbllswit. HuM It Dniffgtets, at rl.tK), or Hlx ltottlcsj lUnnr Ax engine and fourteen cars on the IICHiH (mmon... .. 4.tUWJlI0VU,SsS tl roSTU,IUlS. 4 d U 4 73 ting It outl If you can not havo a wholo nesslng a J'owell, AHoona, Pa., was struck Or iwh). flghtn ..... 0 DocnI &3 W Maysvllle and nig Handy railroad were full cfjlowcru, may you not havo f tT" pvrt ten cents In stamps for Dr. rkrveH a n 4X3 In th faco w 1th a ston and rclve-- l VUl ou Consumptluiu Adlres, reckd At Hprlngdalo, One colorol man flllKKI' odflood lo chiMee,,,,,. - & M &eo one sweet roe!.Y, 1" Lbjr, I.AMI1H-Ooto choice. fatal injuries. m was fatally and another seriously Injured. ffwTfsfs DipB;3ry phdiut issocittian. "S Wtaat-'ii'o- IV Tiik HoMou ship Farragut Is supposed ti Htay In the Kun.TJghtf ClTHaTIAU CsHkt "VVallack was shot nnd fatally CIJCAIN Sroi. ........... Vtd . fait allUAIlUrl sninitrorWfrcls ,, tM si No. jnniu u. szt'rrAi.o. N. umction.sviSiH-:uiiov.iitBiiti.ti-kh-t- f, Sleepless people, and there ore many In havolxen wrecked. Hhe was conuwiftile-- l Hounded by "ranch Hawks at Newstcad, .V) to Corn No, 8 mixed.. Oats-- No America, should rourt tho sun. The very by CaptAln lllchard Hard, w hose wlfsaml Christian County, during a quarrel over - SI'.Ss x stalled . TrVJKt I lsJn3.000,nGDeri-ilMnn- UH tnri1. 1 1 AMO Lnnil tar1 nrt irulnr 4 dMtrtptlon S1 Ct MMMIM HrnKa3. worst soporific Is laudanum, and tho very daughter accompanied him. Twenty ttwa tLe settlement of a tobacco crop partner- riDUe In OMaChesp.OeM. Snl forJnraunfU i Jlllll.lt V A. lttllTlUlftMlla.'l SK. rrinlsn4prleo. jrN.IUsfiuirTt , HAY Timothy No. ). I MIMMHU tltti i best sunshine. Therefore It la rery plain of tie crow were Boston men. nn r i m iwn up. mu rArsa if rsuu si I (Iraxl Lent that poor sleepers should pass as many h,., U) DexMS CnCMP and Kilward Torlan, PKOVIHlONB-Pcr- UA scientist who han plenty olipars Mess.... U H'Hi&lS O) hours t poftftlbl In the aunsblnoand ua seigrnVrs, living went of HopkinsvIIIe,met Lard lTlius Bteam,,, .. ,M 8J7UOS&') few as possible in tho shada Ji any women tlmo on his hands declare thnt a cuTdo U (ft 13 aro martyrs, nnd yet theydo not know It, Inch of iIr In n room contains SW; the other evening and engaged in a gams J'rltnfl tn f :hoicc lrrmerr . 19 ct 19 of cards. A dispute arusu brtweu (hem, APPX-K- R 1'rlma. They shujt the sunshine out of their houses 000 partlclos of f lU.i.-J- -l dust and they tCfJjV&H and Torlan suddenly drew bis pistol and l0TATOi:s I'cr HU nw,j, V 0 & 9 T3 ana their hearts, tney wear vaua,tne cars NEW YORIC k j. sk p fXirS A k Y ,V ry parasol, thoydo sll poastblo to keep off all kinds of dc4sdly things wliU1nj Aw nru ujon Crump, one snot taxing euect In FLOUH-Pt- ate the subtlest and yet most potent influence tholunffs And other dcUcatoportloas Crump's left side, Inflicting a mcxtal GltAlN Wheatand Western.... 3 3J ct 3 W -- No. SCblcsga Mi ft y which Is Intended to glvo them strength of tholntcrlor department. Thiishosrf wound. Torlan has been arrested, No. Sred.M....... ,( ...m. (A? (!ornNo, t tntied,..WMWM Mi Thk Democratic Htste Central Commit mj It Is not how great n risk a man runs when to snd beauty and cheerfulness. ().its -- Mlsed M ii 46 tlmo to change this, and so get color and Indulges In tho prevalent Iiuhlun of tee met nt Lexington, the other night, nnd rOIIK New Mess .HMWM,MH ft 15 23 forming Democratic clubs roses in their palo Uieeks, strength in their 4U It has got to bo, neeordlnff recommendedthe Htate, and that each club LAUD- - Western falcsm,. ..... StO weak backs and courage In their timid breathing. throughout C11IOAGO. " palo to scientists, about na much as a niin'a send delegates to Louisville on June 28, to Ff.OUU Wlsronsln winter souls) Tho women of America arc SB" " III ,3M C 4 ."ft a red m ft and delicate, they may bo blooming and llfo is worth to breathe, but thero select delegates to the National League v cmcayo Hprlnf , No. strong, and tho sunshine will bo a patent 47 l fy persons who will continue to do It Club, which meets In Baltimore July 4. 47. M. lullucnco In this transformation. Family nro .11 frft OiitsNo.2.. AX employe of ths Maysvllle Cotton Mills rOKK-M- cs. MMIIII. or dlo In tho attempt Korristowu Utt YUttor. fflis ai was Injured by the explosion of a fire ex- I.AKD-Hte- am . . . 6 to 4t MM aid. tinguisher. IIAI.TIMOIII A Honth African Wedding. thfl SatllflBn! of thfl Worthwastern Territory. Ff.OtJn-Ksr- allr s m Q 8 W!( Dkm Oxlkt, well known boy about GRAND HIR1I FF A buffoon having offended his a lovely story the other day of a I heard m relying died suddenly tho other day, nnd (JHAIN-Whe- ot. Mixed. No., wedding which took place In Bouth Africa. sovereign, tho monarch sentenced him (torn lUft MH scholars to death; tho culprit in tho grtntcst tho'IniprcssloUj from symptoms, suggested Outs Mlml..., , mmm9. Tho bride's littlo Sunday-schoo- t 41 SJ frC , ft 15 Oj) came to witness tho ceremony, nnd clus- terror, fell upon his knees nnd cried poison. He was about twelve j ears of ngc POlilC-M- css LMtDUallneil or- bright. Nothing tered around tho door to witness the 3 no to jou no and exceptionally parents or antecedents.li CATfLB First quality rival of tho micsts. When the bride's for mercy. "I will extend known about his iiutia. lit satin and other mercy," said tho monarch, than Ho had been living there for five y irs, mother arrived, resplendent INDlANAPOMa laco, they evidently thought aomo demon. permitting you to choobo what kind of Tnr. following Kentucklans were granted Corn Mixed . , stration van duo from them. and. summon die. Decide Immed- pensions a few days ago; Nathan Kwlng, death you wilt S Osts Mlsud.. , ing to their ago their courage nnd their iately, for I will bo obeyed." Louis-vllll oro CampbellsvIIIo Francis A. Htnng, I.OUlRVIM,n. Hlblo toachlng, they gave a big about of Aaron Drewer, Warlleldf Omen A FI.OUU A No I crafty Jetor; tmt a 75 "Hovanna! Hosannal" I am afraid they your clemency," eald tho 3 red.... Parker, Hunt; William N.Jones, Bcotts-villI choose to dlo of old ngo." Ol Corn Mixed tA failed to iercelve why they were promptly AlfrbdML Durham, Bcottsvllte; MarOuts Mixed. M Mi;0k S7 fitfa o suppressed. ..,, Tho neat old lady In Virginia who garet J., mother of John M Duder, HUey. POItK-Me- ss. Josrru IMlosr, transfer clerk of tbeL. Lsrd Steam,. scrubbed through tho floor and Ml into boy und only ten years He was an . given mm a quaner w tho cellar, is but one nmong many of and N. rond, at Jelllco, was shot and killed old. His father had with, and told him when) tho very nice fcmulos w 1th which our by tho accidental dlschargo of a pistol. buy ri Wo know a good ho could got six bunches for twenty-flyTiik circuit court of Franklin County country abounds. DELICIOUS-BISCUI- T fsMEHEI cents. Tho little follow held tho money In lndy in New Jersey who whitcHtohod Its June term on tho l&th. The most his hand, looking at iitnougnwuuy iur Imiortant case to the public before this AHIC YOUR OIlOOlCll KOU few momenta, und then said t " Tapa, this all tho wood sho burned; nnd aooUior, court will bo tlmt of the Commonwealth vs, onougL" "Why Isn't III" In Connecticut, who vnod threo times ft J, W.Tatc, late Btato Treasurer, nnd his is not buy fifty day to Bcour tho nose of her Inp fog SODTV I suw u Hwedo boy to sureties, TlfE OREAT ENOLISH REMEDY cents1 worth of lire crackers, and it would keep him from tolling tho plute troxa AND TAKE NO OTHER. JIlHflSAniK Noel, the beautiful young YotUfr, BlI. Indtffntlon.eli Trt irons Mtrrurfi us American boys to be uu awful shame for foreigners." This patrtotlo which ho nto his meals. A 1', JdW, lady of Mercer County, whoso mysterious, fnntsla n,only lirs , fUtU lnrrllnt. Airtat cHirrr-NToNjvr.w Yustic booutdouoby dtiappeaiunce occasioned so much u'arm tius argument answered Its purpose, and tho MorguoDiunbletoa is to her family and friends, lius been beard At IUU lH kaUU tor . Atmntm tr.rsrreJ who urchin's heart was mado lighter and his looking tho for a missing ft lend and from lu Ht. Louis. Tho rousu of her deparpocket heavier by ths contribution sf their lultiiu IkUfurnlib U.ir fown Sorsssn4flvs h Morguo-ketpm (tr rauiiti majrtowns ture Is unknown. Tkcsrirlrs ti kn llol aUu. A ftwTO., IttllStlaSlPtsl, inonutlell It. 11. ',jnS4l A Vou.no son of Dan Jones, of Nicholas X Clthsj4. fk. 'DId your friend have any dlutl&ctiyo -- k4Mi u tn ms. tuis fins 9uf peculiarity thut ho might iKUccogijd ville, aged suven, has mystei lously dlsap rVnr It fcIU "Woll. tho thermometer niCDCftUHT PSNSIONS, " Ceitalnb. btt peared It Is bolieved that hu has bear MfA JftSMiffSk4kssntrMMf trsrShitrktkalkkki jULUIl.nsl'ri(lllAb,t psr.ste.iiit. tflIRN tviariNU TO AtlVrUTlSKHS I'Ltussi hasfallon," remarked Mrs. Kangle. by, slrP" Dumbloton )vsSVlrSlriUUHiri4 Kllktvtst Osttrs..S "''ntrsrsiistsaitawBfrts, probably," rrpllwd hor husband. to sas - drowned tu our of ths mav sow Ut A4twt-Mss- 4 UU that ! Jfwiw vory deuf. "i'urw Acit'tf. t,","4i a wtsuii..,.u ttrtM, llilk vt.AWMH, I It a. iVMHii. near tow Sjr4JkSUtsrUSatwbMjtsakk I first ftfMion, WAsnwGTox, Jess .n propriatlon of tMO)0 waa passed for tie tree-tloof an additional flro proof bnitdin. for lh National Museum, A bill was VssiMUMir-prlstln1100,0)0 for s tnsrble portico, h soh basement, at tho west fmnt ot tb Capitol llutldlng; also spproprlatlng 1100,01 rtr Mrltiixc MoxnoR Wood, aged eighteen, to lrn tyl&Ji- ft Population or Mexico. Towlbly thero nro 1,600,000 whlto men, properly so called, In Mexico, nnd, m I hmo shown, they nro different! ntcd among themselves by cllmnto. Then there nro mixed bloods to tho number of nboit 2,600,000 approximately, and these, scattered over tho republic, dllTor In many twjs through causes. Tlicn como about 6,000, 000 Indians, somo very much civilized, snumomlclvllUrd und others barbarous. Of tho bnrbaroui Indlnns, somo nro inccful enough, nnd others, llko tho Chan Santa Crux Indlnns of tho YucsUn peninsula, nro floreo and warlike Tho Ynquls of Sonora rany bo Ind taken ns examples of dians. Tlicso Indian rnccs sjcRk different laauacs, though u:any trlbca us Spanish to n greater or less extent nceordlnff to tho menstiro of their contact with tho vrhlto man. Cor, Hoston lo seml-clvtlttc- DsU for tho Dlondos, nt Jf THE STARRY FIRMAMEN" Hr. Ucddoo Is rcsponslblo for stato-mewhich Is at onco novel and surprising, Jlo declares that tho chnncoa of dnrk women obtaining husbands nro to thoso of fnlr women In tho proportion of threo to two; and thntthls conclusion Is proved by statistics. CortMnly this ' o dnrk-halrc- Jtha thcp vie-jtl- r, o rctl-hnlrc- d il J&i if rol-lii'rc- d t iitr. i.Vsf,k v' m rSatV' five-doll- cvogb' sss1' n, t lt ?? TU. '! mip fr e jSAFE lo-J- a ZJ are cured bu H MI AILS J lJ 'Jl YOU? llh n rt, Towns-hen- tiwi ll IHmo-rratl- c $I0?5S FREE! f 1 iAsiW 11 u Mm Kv -mm rti. . orri.l U. me m n Mfi M lir.rirrrtol4rit m9nn IHr,Hrt lr. fll urr ... tht .... upMn,r"N ir?A,r!l??J m rfm-nelo- Ut Kht-rw- js. n, ai, IB !! rt fttft. y. XS W 'cures all humors, rosrr-soresn Ini iktna t ct,ni Si dll pr flr r. .. .J IV"; lll-J"- dtroyl fr. pt A hmn M-S ltir. lroi-ir- t rlnn A (. Sl.t If tJ . , CONSUMPTION, mi-i- ff - tnar-stIo- us km Ut tHr(4tss Um st Any - .sf lrk M I re"rt!. ,,, iqM WlIl,," U1 "( m) tf Liver, Blood, and Lungs. llrun-ttitl- m d I'eUrrs.,. rjr.A na , !"!' tl0) J-- ri iiu HUrJKU-Chotredatr- TM M tu, LCINCIHNATI I ' JULY4!! OIIAIN-Whrat-- No. hi S - - GEHTENNIDL EXPQSII1QM0H1Q VPLLEI i c, .,. . ..f UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. "H in ..,.t. ....,,. KXCURSION rates'from all points. TO MAKE e; (jltAlN-Whest-- No. ., ,,.,.,, n rs o A "Ho-caus- o Pi'il0ilS. I DWIGHFS "COW BRAfiD" SODA n. er - "Hun-struck- ,, Cftl f fish-pon- Tid-VI- ! trk sV StotillMMM Jl t!rA-- . mat. & i ikiawm .. il.NJBilttic' " W