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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 hic1888072001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H " 1- -. tfll r:(iJ COURIER! rl w 7&lfeJ i J THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIMY r FINE JOB PIIINTINO. nv GEORGE WARREN, ZtlolLmnu, 3K3T, OfficsJackson At THE HICKMAi 1S5JJ. COULDN'T OATOIX With EXECUTED Niafnm and llspaUhe t 6ALE BILLS, reel, next door to ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS. j CI If Hall GEORGE WARHEN, Editor. Prict) of Hiihscrijiflnn, $1.50. Tho Oldest Nowspnpor in JJptorn Kentucky. INVITATIOK3, ETC., ETC 41. ESTABLISHED CLOUDY'S CAVE. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUfSCY, FRIDAY. JULY 20,1888. HIM. VOL. XXIII&NO. THE COI Tnn tmsteea i mat Hchool me Mlas Ida M.Jo and directed th the principal of A nxronT fro nearly all tho I Tillage arcllr! fifty oraona and most of' Thoy arc attae bleodlng from tar death, turn I I Oall and. Moo TJ. - cunnENT TOPICS. Trie Texas arhool fund ha A TKHMANENT EXT0SIT10N To Mark AmorlcrVa 400th of Dlnoovory Aiml-vorflfiry rni HaJt1$ Kcai 7EI.EBUATBD OASB. Murderer of Pre tier. Tte (lovernor'a Kefu.liig Commutrtlloii. .Hr. Julvl2. Tho Governor this i morning rendered a IdeclHoii In nblch he detllnea to grant a I eommuiaiton ot tho ' sentence ngnlntt ' Hugh M Hrooks, alias Maxwell, but a resplto weeks. (granted Tb ev Weeks aiurplutof f fornia as now, I'linr. Rilkt snys Jersey li the chief hint for IhiMTt, Fmiriua Is shipping large qutntltle of pcschra i iimHft. A Liguon license In .Telfair County, Ueorgla, costs fV""' Davk OnritfOf White Oak, 'a., hat liatj n lend jwncll foify jear. It Is estimated thnt the floods In Mexico Involve a lost of ,oji.(jOo, A oraxiioes flew Yorker he. given away about n,sJ campaign buttons, Tnr Prince o Nnples, son of King Hum Lert, U a superior photographer. Nki.i.ik Oiunt hualtand is verytkh now through hit brother' death. Haw Yohk'k 9nilnUim Unnwf (itliimtisl own moro than Island, Is flJ.OuO.CiO TriAHrrt were hot it to nutiif rous In Cali- Hendqunrtora or Juvenllo Tldovefl nt Chicago DUenrered JTseape of n leperndo tlha i:ntere1 a flunk nml rompelled the I'nlilrr to Held t'i tlie 1'iiihU of the liutltutloo, FIFTIETH C0NGKES& Session. WAtntwoTOf, July 10. Rknatb. Mr. fiber man offered a resolution, which was agreed to, direct In the Committee on Finance to Inquire Into and report In cqnncc'ton vnlh any Mile raising or reducing revenue that mny bo referred to It, such measures as It may ueemexpedt-eloftelnsiiie, ttMitrol, res) ram oi ptololltaU ftrratiRcmcnts coatracts, agreCmcDts,4trutts or combloatlont thnt tend to prevent free And full compeiltion la tbo production, manufacture or sale of articles of domestic growth or production, or of tho tale ot Imported articles l or that are designed or tend to foster monopoly or to advance artificially tho cost to tho contunftr of necessary articles of human life, with such pen altles and forfeitures as will tend to preserve freedom of trade and production, the lowering JONWF.ALTH. Colored 'RtaU Nor- - PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS apltfdil first oirr by tbo C'rtei of iMiprlioned Two Hoys lleblln l)ur unenb tha Hand. Ciiionn, July 1ft. Powell Clydo,a loy of Iakevlow, who has read much flash literatuie, and given him aelf tho romantic titlo of "Cloudy Chde, de King," baa succeeded In creating A (ten aatlon. After playing the bandit prmco for aoaie months, Cloudy Cl)de" hat fted toother rctnvt Haturday two men ataud tiilf at thn corner of AddUon ant North Clnik trert, heard unenrthly yeMs coming, apparently, out of the ground After quit a search the men discovered o en ttance to an exeavatlou under a IoiNt- - Vvzxt J!y 1 noon nt Ia Junta, In Hent County, ninety lulloa east of 1'ueblo, tho bank of Ia Junta was entered by a atranger with cockeit riieHrhenio Is llelng lgoronsty Pubed Central and Konth America Kail In rov9lver In hand. Tho cashier. Ilufua Willi the i'Uu. Phillips, who had just returned from din ner, waa ordeied to open tho tafoand dla gorge. Helng unarmed be did ao. The M'AHuinriTov, July 13. The plan for a stranger then took almut iw,0)0 In cur rency and coin, placed It In a sack, kermanentdxiotton of tho three Amerl-ca- a to bv openwl In lMrj, tho four hundrelh alung tho sack over hU ahoulder, backed out tho sldo and, anniversary of the discovery of America, door, mounting a fleet horse which which has been briefly referred to In these dispatches, Is twlng discussed with a good stood near, he struck out across the court try toward tho inountnlni at a rapid gait. deal of vivacity In Washington. Perry U wna only a few momenta until a dozen Itelmont, Chairman of tho Homo Commit men on horaeback, headed by tho cashier, tee on Foreign AlTalra, bns given tho tub In Ida ahlrtsleevea and bareheaded, were ject much attention, and haa formulated In hot pursuit of the flying thief, but his bis tiotlnm In a. bill mid In nn nlAtmintrt rn Ci Yf'trJ""'" IUI. EFiChkfortandelectwi taaailditlonsl teacher. face bs built for M, ibrty KW 1 laDIOltAIfT communlca F.tlon tohcottomeva uHrod Eldest I L of Brookt, giviugbla. Hblpp, ilo ft reasons fur not-uwere attemr iwaWnr.fcw seuteneo aad ibatall bene' a severe whip w JMansMt( aavy a i i ef prkeabr ae& try M M aeslfnatc by aaa bftfaerto ceefeeeM mMt awn eaiMHtn. assay rrefT5 s aT kA ww MAmmhv taaeagsw taa twiTecaspeia,s yeate et sa- - jajf ibA JTHJkSijirn fnorteaa isajit senary so, Sneak it into tho phonograph and thai will bo enough. "San Francisco Chron i aro proving fatal. tVs CTomltlng, cramps, Papa (of Calvanlstio faith, hps just nd ara, nnd, af lioard that Molllo waa at tho theater of Hopllville, laat evening) "Good morning, daugh "Good morning, hington and IL A. tor nj Satan.1' Molllo fluT states tha bts of that little Tho man who backs tip another man efTccttmlty in an argum nt with his wlfoV mother haa it in his power to borrow money. SSonttrvitle Journal, u)o you lovo mo?" ."With all my soul. I owcar it." uXay, do not swear. " with the disease, Mr ! -- TXr2 IL2".1! Life. women aro really angels," mik Writes an old bacholor. ''why don't ss failures that thoy ily ovoi the fence instead of mak S for iMnr years ing tmch a fearfully,, kwsrdWB. MeW-H.&tries, while they fcaiid save them r-'Jt fatheh" "CK F. city. Nit. WWfllrroTfflSWlefl. A anmrr'iSoare' bjr I ca mm R rmhe4 l!nir anna were tie I leblnd them. Ono of tho still pursuing him, and Jt Is thought thoy a Hoard com of Promotion managed Are near Trinidad. He outrode tha first loya was gagged, and the other osed of the Governors of all tho fitates Wm. Hrtuficr, of llhode to rlil himself of the gag, and had pven party that atartod after him, and they re- - nnd Territories, thn timyor of chlrfiff jollce at Marnganictt Tent to tho acrramt which attracted Attenpresiturned to Ia Junta cities, ono bundretl and fifty-flTi north of prop rut nrw Tiik Commissioner of Agriculture has ordered Itt.tVJrcplM' M Annual llepurt plJlltfd. Art Attempt has rnadc to have the tiUtorlc allows tin en Hempstead Heath dow n, tho Interior town of Oregon raising n.oney to litfimit song birds fioiu (Jcrmany. Tiik phi factories of Knglnnd. Franco Holland and (lermany are aid to turn out pint dally. A KlmiUA planter bat contracted to fur tilth a New York dealer with during the season. Irli predicted that cypress wood from theHouth Mill bo largely used In Northern TJ.IK-M"UW-Jcab-twir. Mart of tailldliiK Ml In a few yrws. Jut diktat city in the United Wales, J 11 Itoijrii. aKPt!tf?ity-to)ear- . nMurrt. '. J., proudly claim widows ti tho sipiar yard than nuy nmre other Ia KalrfleM, B. C.f of bdnpho-lia- a ratnotl liy a rat iirntth. ( H!Caim U the ilrth HcantUnAUn city In Ihn wurl-l- , anl 5!lnnpiKll, ultha pop of W,(Ml('tli5 alatlu ulatioii 4Iailh kiih of Orrgun Hiini)vtn(;torure topromotn th lntrtHt vt friiicr. Tiik Omrnpcr lUnprrt VictmU, nf (Jrr ntaiiV utll rtoldo foroinw inortlho In Hith hrr mother. Vummi Victoria. A oum digger t8tnlnj;ton, Ct., haa a juttlound a worth In our of the clflrui of a lnl haul. A OtAiuKA'ftrmhai Jut flnlihnl n l.rnn wnt for th (lIagot evhiliition aixtytWe ami a roptrr Irnlll tnllra long HrtviMt 0aM hat n ntnlk of oirn ten frrt high, nod mIimIi rinnitit efrn rl dritloprxl htwtn. ilx of whlto Ii4r put Hug-Ute9tuty-Ilvedol-UriiuJcft-long !rH'iii Ui huti Aiul iiAtlonaJ romrtU HJt vMki A mtert known aa tho wlrn nnrtnla plajuig ind liftoc with thecom at Mexico, 3I One farmer liat !ot fuity acres by Tiik Mbt4e valiuof fence In tho Unttl HlAtet may t et down at mid It annually to Ihrm lurriialr. Tiik widow of 1'ioldrnt In ah'iixt4m. Hli Uxt a ton, Dr. la Ulan T)ler, w bo U ou of the ruing oung thltxsU ct tl,0,) Wm.!M, ki-r- tion. Tho older boy told tho men that tho cavo was tho hnadquartcra of "Clwly ClydoV' gang. It was wall lupplletl with , plunder. Ihcre were oaityKcket-l,,)toweU, spoons, pieces of citwkery, iidln nef.pall or two, tome yellow colored novels and a knife. Tho two boys weio taken to a wlke station and questioned. They proved to I the sons of tVil Ham iHchmann, nnd bad len nils slug from homo for nearly a month. Willto Is twelve years old and Henry ten. tWllio was seen yesterday and told tbo story of his remarkaLle adventure as a member cf "Cloudy Kliig'a" bamt He said that hi anil hit brother were on North CUrk atrert one afternoon three weeks agoielline I,n" mtb when they met l'owell Clyde and another boy with whom they were acquaint ed. They were Invited to go over and the caw, and did ao. Clyde ex plained what a good lulne he was doing, and asked the loys to Join. Thev re futed, and wanil to go home, lait Cloudy" raid he would learn them how this soit of thing wn workeil In the Far U'est, and tld them up to a pot and gagged them. They were kept there frr a wr k, tieing fel twlcn a day by "Cloud) '' who made raids on tbo dinner kiiU f workmen In the Iumler-yan- t for that At tbo end of tho week the tt "era tired out and julnel tho gang. day tbey werti sent down town n company with an older jnemtier of tie gang, under Instructions to steal any thing they could lay hands on. Th wan kept tip until last Thursday, whin the I m) a proMed onco more togo hem "Cbudy Clyde, de King," bad tfaeiu L again timd. gaggel And H tn tho W title Deichmaun tuaimge! to got the gn out of bu month ami net upa screamlUj- wriirli attractetl the two men. Mr. Ieieh maim was overjoys! at tbo return of brr two tMys, wImi, rio MipH)fed, h.lil 'hmii kidnapeil. Cloudy" has dilapidated, but the llce arp confident of catching him ud other memlrera of the gang, (uii an amount of stolen property was loutu In the cave, k ts pui-oslt-ne- T1t doo-tori- of thatcHy. (Jhami ItAno-4- , Mich.. I the great f lrnt turt' niakint n liter of the l'nile.1 Hitc. It baa fort two furniture fartorlra, which employ l2,tMJmen. lu iiu, a Frenrh atronouier, hat fur liuhH namea for?,-)tarlie bat leen twenty )fiinaUut it, l.utheWM dttrr iimicd net to 1A one rcaH, s "if-'th of th nw artJati Mtila in the Itoaert of Sahara, a Iarg In urae in tlie nuniUr of palm andothrr fnut trera hi tnkeu plare. Ax oltirtal rqiort on the cholera epidemic ttv years Ag.antAtea v... h rmg- - h) tltil thne wer bV?l CAte Of tlmd'.-i- ", of who h UU.lMlwcre fatal. A HAURK of (irliefnl Uarrlsnn'a (futitenaiioo which dioa not appear In IiU a larne inotn on hla right phniograpti light h,ek, nt tho able. Jut under theeje. hK I'roldrnlJnl ( midldntrs this yenr not enough, It "lopeam, to atUfy ni lMly. the American party li gel-- t iirt'ly to hold a Atlonal Conentton. 1n dind lrthr otllre leceUed 4,K,-- n littria Iat ar. for aUut a thlnl of tnch owniri wiicdwtuvriet 31 on ey to th aluo of $1,710,710 was found In I'.oox let tort. '1HK lucrensoof jHipulatloti In Australia U,t )iurHi only 3) per cent., which la bv no meana ni larg ni Knglnnd nvidd like to seo U The totrtl Hpulatlou U a. k-- In Tike County. Thero but one other spot in inn country wheiea similar crop bucklelerripm grortt. Tan fruit Is white: Whether It Is a !ciei ti Itself or alniply a frenk of nature, the tnthn that tear mile Hucktiherrlet. Ohoyc, I'a., Jul 16. A very curious fruit crop waa glittered this week IlUMDViftn the county can rememter. Tho lierrlrt are about the sire of a w lid cherry and am In thtlr fruit longer w lhrt lorries have blosmed and ripened than any one now liv iu a creamy hlte. They aro very sweet. Forger Sulcldn la Jail. rt Dak., July Irt, IJrank K Coxlington County 'a esftrt forger, who was In Jail waltlngto tetaken to Hloux KaIIa for tho puiHme of srrv mg n tbre term in the Mnlteutlary, was found In his cU yesterday morning, Watkiitovv Now ton, yer' he having died fnuu All ovenlooof lela donna, administered by Ida own hand for !. ..Hr.MM r .iUIIa. " A did. rrj AUn.hlnf) Dutlh3. Iltshop Preppel intro f lmiiilerof Dejiuttes tu diy abolishing dueling, Aink demanding urgucy for the measure. In the c uiaof his remarks In Introducing tho bdl, liuhop rYppl rAfxiiitlitar4culArlw'to the rtocnt l encounter between il. riotjurt and Jloulangrr. Tho demand for uifc ncy was rejected by the Umtuti. Gill 1'AltlH, July 1(1 dncl n Mil It) H Om-crn- . - OinriAL, rrpoitsof HuRtlnn crops aro favorable, ynI liollcate n yield nUe tho Hrrni. trop reH)rti from India make m mifarornb! holMg, owloj to ' ilroughU. MmaM, nmtiunta of tim old jHtrtl coulinuo to le nfferod for redemp Tin tiou nt tho New York y The murderess was arretil, but after ward forcibly taken from theolhccM ant escaped. . Paris Exposlltoi Commifl'-M'AHiilaTON- , Km nk I in and Mr. Homorvilln 1' Tuik ham respectively qunliflod tu C ...;.' t..r. C.'mliiUi-- . ... . (hit Genrrnl and Uf a nf tho vt Uo i rpif.tmt tho rlt&t trd 1'miU i:pu.;tlua i.f 1KS3, aud hz c llahetl their ortlco at Ho to Wo stiiet, Now Yoik. Struck Bolllag Water. J'kl.Wios, U July If. iiAff wen y MurdsMtt Arrested and Rescued KltOXVlU.K, Tr'vH., July Irt. Near Jelll-c- o rialus, 3J on rue)s Counts, a numinruf y engaged In a frea colored women light at a pltnlc, when one of them shot another In the neck, causing Instant death. July 10. 0enriaMiu 11. cil most of It la doubthMi worn out or destroy WHIP building Is In "a ctnte of grrat ao In IlnglniNl. It I mid that M2 ltrltlah Btinier nrn tmw ndllt wllh ttnt of r0,0tO tonn, ami tliAt Intt year 217 beats cf teas ttcrc tllty Tit') tt ' tbo letters and petitions, failed any tufneiout tenvm for ex nterfcrence. 1 know no rauo falluro other than that no n It containetl therein. As to dent ru id secretaries of lKnrds of trado tho varlotji olnt9 raised by the attorneys anVnfuir trial, public prejudice, and the ofllcert of many granges and agabout LONG-LIVEPHYSICIANS. ricultural socletlen. Tho notion of a perwrong InetVucllons to the Jury, bnpnper exjHJsltlon comprehends a soitot evidence, knd the very reprcheuslblo Tliree llrnlhrrs. all I'metlrhir .Metllrlne at manent museum on a Urge scale, which shall lo In meant takon to procure it, togtlher with mii lUlreioe Obi Age, ntllt In Hert Jc. tho nature of a rri.ltory under Governthe wrong ilelbod and acta of tbo tjicult 15. Tho celebration I'lMtl.Ar, 0., July ment control, In which shall be kept tho attorney, all of w bii U tbo attorneys luld hern Hr. Itass Itawsou, of his by exhibits of the thrco America In lKtt. great street upon In their arguments, tho elghtyninth birth-darecalls tho fact 1 he bill before Congress asks for the appro Governor saVs, All tbeo iHiinls wero that bo bat a brother, Dr. I. Q. prlation of ,000 to meet the prelimprcentrd to the Supreme Court, and passHawsoii, of Krrmout, O., who It eighty-fou- r inary expenses of tho proposod exposition ed ulm by that Court, tho only yeart old, and another brother, A strip of tin Government reservation In nuthojity properly having power so to ilo. Dr. Hecretay llaweon. of Des 3loInev. general vicinity of tho U'nMiittgtoti If a wKng oi injuktlto H dune a cltUfui of la., who U nlnetytwo jrars old. tho monument la also asked for. Tho ground MUioiil by tbo lotitts thereof, either hi These brothers, all of whom are still near tho monument would make a o tcntloiilly or unlntcntionallynd the Govare; without doubt practicing clto for a permanent exposition. Tho ernor knew it ho should three of the oldest doctors belonging to Nations of Central and Kouth America aro or crltiK promptly uud as correct tbo crior fully ns ho can, one family In the world, nt their combined f Ailing In with tlmpliin and seem tb lo enbut rib has uo tott of authority over ages aggregate two hundred and alxty thusiastic ov er It, aud expressions of friend the fiKthodt pursued by tho coiuty ttvo years. They aro still well preserved ly Interest on this subject are very com cltheftjfiMirrAlly orln and follow their profession In their reIt m on. IiartitftiUr cnitet. vrltli spective, localities with nearly as much vigor as when In their prime, although whicoiio has to do. Boulanger and Floquet's Duel. He will not as a guide well supplied with the goodaof this worbt I'AntH, July 13. At waa expeoted, the tohltprnnctious Wietber Insult offered by General Houlauger to wna Air or a tiial A BohemfaVt Ghaitly Work. unfair, Com'mma, 8. U, July 13. Yesterday Prime Minister K!oiuet, In the Chambcrot lawful or unlawful morning Joseph Koup, a Bohemian, living Deputies last evening, resulted In a duel. Thaltiulylsa&Nigned to ourhipienie Court in Charleston, caught his wife by tho hair The two gentlemen, attended by their met in the vicinity of Paris at 19 alonotim which tmr anH plunged a sharp pointed file threo peoplevn) self Inclutne Inio her head. Roup then IwV um o'clock tills morning. Swords were used ded, bate the utmost and both coinhata'ita were wounded. At t'oiilidenco. If tbo tmtrher knffeaud legancuttngblstliroat. tho second encounter General Doulanger cnntltsii rencbed Tho knife wna dull, and he threw Itdown, InanyirlUnilnrcate took up a pen knlf walked across the was slightly wounded In the leg and M. In Ufo couitt aro room to a mirror and stood hefor tho Kbxjuet rcetYd n cut- In thn right hand. thepuulth- rnKixm. glass white he cut bit throat from ear to After resting tho men renewed tho light- rlghtb ing for tho third time. General Uoulangcr incntn'seMl ia that which tbo defendant ear, severing thn jugulnr vein and wind-pishould tuirer for the crime committed, thu Hewnlkoil Into tho yard and foil made a lunge at M- - Kloquet'e left breast, Kxocuttve will hot liiteifrrc If the but only alightly touched tho mark. Genthero dead. In this case killed hit friend an I eral Houlanger then received a wound In the throat which put an end tothe encoun- companion deliberately and In cold blood, Kentucky's War Chin. ter, Tlie wound la a severe one, but, on piomptcd by the hact motives, and I do KiiANKronr, Ky., July 15. Adjutant nut doubt it, surely be bas received the (leueral H. U Hill was appointed Ktate account of hemorrhage, the doctors are unluitetVo provided by law. And i will not Agent to settle Kentucky' war claims able to decide whether It Is likely to provo disturb it." serious. against the Federal Government by the Commissioners of tho Htnklug l'und, this MIDLAND WRECK. Remarkable Murder Case Concluded. evening, The claim straight amounts to DmviLsniiAM, Ala., July 1.1 Twenty $210,On) and Interest addod makes it V' ClttlYet Tlirough n Trrllr-l'- nOIK). Auditor Hewitt and Hill left for thrrt y ear Ago th wife of Wm- - Hall, a Kbinlsn.l Toarties In an liolbillii WathlugtotilatnlghU If this St collect former living In Cherokee County, was giiKllle Mhm, Sarrlllrln llto I.Ues murdered. Hall waa arrested for tbo ek It will stralgthen matters, notwlth "Jsrlrg t'pTrart! of Twenty Person. !! crime. He waa twice tried, convicted and tMiullng the Ut Ueasurer'a defalcatlou. AixiWaiA, Va., July 12. A- - terrible en ten red tothe penltuntUry for Iffev Nit accld-il occurred on the Virginia Midland each time succeeded In gttluganew trial. Dulh Followed tho Oansa. ralIroiarIy this morning. Iho through Thiiteen years after the muni er tho Indict Toiit HutTIi, Ahk.v July 13. Six Soutlifn train that left here at H'tOlnst ment against Hall was nolle prossod, but night -- thteo men and three women wero tent through a trestle soon afterwards another was returned. drowned white rroaalng the Arkansaa rivThus for nearly ten year a vain effort waa Oran,' Couit Houso nnd Harboursville, er near this city Their names kllllngne persons outright und wounding inade to haven third trial. Hall haa at- upwnr ot twenty, w ere John IjOgan, Jena Morris, Tom Jack-maoiue sovervly. About tended fort) live terms of court to answer two rr!cs Hnllle JaLksou, Mary Pettis and Carsouth of Orango Is a tre.tlo thechnrge.and the caie haa cost the counrie Davis. The fwirty had nttended n Last week the case waa forty t jtit feet high, which wnt known to (Of). daucn, and wero on the way homo. When ty over liewrat, and tho railroad company taken up for tho third time, and tho Jury, rngagl m lilling it In. Tho ttnln wnt In the middle of the stream the up wnt after being out two daya and eights, lo movlii at set. The bodies have not yet been recovaioeilof six miles crossing turned a verdict of "not guilty." ered. All leave famlllea. the under orders. Tbo engine bad juiscd safely over most of tho by Shocksd and Burned !scL!s!!r. TerrlMe Explosions. trestlr wh.n tho smoker, mall, baggage nnd ex reat cart went down with a great ) Va., July 13, J. V ClxriATt. July 13. Yesterday after I'AUKEnMiuRa, crash, dragging dawn the engine and ten noon a series of loud explosions was beard Maybew, manager q tbo Telephone Kx In Ludlow, ncrosa the river. The ga facchange, of this city, wnioti top of a tele- der an I two passenger coaches. Two tory of tho Cluclnuitl Houthcrn railroad phone polo repairing ono of hU linos, w blch sleeper remained on the trestle. Tho w nt down, pilot end foremost, thus blew ui, and five men were seriously and bad fallen across thu electric light wires, a Uuml--r inj.trt. It It believed whrn tU'CUirehl was turned on. Iho ortxn atlng no fire to the wreck. All two of the Injured will tile. The gas la shock must have been dreadful, ns May lht rro extlugulsheil In tho fall. Tho manufactured from napthi oil, and this hew bung suspended across the wires, to lead ant some of the wounded were taken ! U icn;c way took lire rith the sbcr? rt- tt taOiiEze. while tbo moro seriously hint simninc2 !u ?! ault. naalstant ran up the. joli and suecett r were titeii toCbarlotlevIIIe and placttl In Huvcrlngtlie wtrenud in tmnglng Mayttew thu ( uc Hospital, hotels and houicj o! afntArlaua Fa mala TMaf. dov.n. Ths twin's 5h(rt sr Lrsctl frteii.Ii. As far as can now be fi were killed. C Cmk aim, Jui ir. itf. J. Jf. Crsc, Txlia tin t.ugh, w blln his anus and lody w ore of the Kngln accldenlally shot a meiseuger toy, turna Nolly burned. Ho wan taken care of itn Cox, f Alexandria, l a notorious female thief, Piedmont Air out ho, for mediately, but it it feared that ho is fatally cerin Oeoartment of the a )rfirpast ha trobted innumerable bouses, Injured. I.iifJ vriainstantlyallled; H, T. AVhitting-tCl- l, ' GfMM!loro, N, ., jM.tnl cleik, wfclch engaged as serrnnt. A was at llveil tn minuter; D, C Hrlghtwell, jOHt Leprosy In Iowa. aearrh of her residence resulteil In there-co- v Coun erv of a largo amount of stolen jew tdry, Dfs Moives, July IX lte;rrt was tnado al'clert if Proaiiect, Prince IMwatd hospithe reached tho tnMeware, etc tothe State Pard of Health todny of a ty, Va 0lived until ct Albemarle County, W t'axTntt, caso of leprosy at Le Grand, Marshall al; Killed With a BiL ' Coiuty, tho first case, to far as known, In K)stnI ikt badly Injured; J, O. West ami J. I Walthall, ot Washington, D. C, CifiPAno, July 15. Joo Dalton, Aprofea-tlotithe Htato. Tbo patient It a young Norvvo burglar and general crook, this af- glan woman, Helena Huleion, whooama postal ' rks, badly Injured; UmlsJen-kinIa uchburg, o$tal clerk, slightly ternoon struck KdwArd KussniAul, an In to Iowa from Norway in June, InnI. The L)iich-bur- c Jennings, of Z. offensive citlceii who vns engaged In n nature of the disease w as not fully deter Injured Injutles. a passenger, Internal 111 game, over the bead with a bate twill mined till a careful cxamlnitlon a few club, ciimhiug hU skull. HU death It mo- daya ago. Kvery piccautlon hatT bern Capta iC r. Taylor, of Alexandria, who mentarily rx petted. D.tltouwht arrested taken to prevent tho spread ot the dlseu.e. was m the car next to tbo smoker when nt ccnrrd, was hurt alwuit the the a aoveral hours afterward.. . bead ami ono leg was lujuicd, Tbo Ownership. Alien Land estimated at aliout twent)-flve- s Collision In North Carolina. HrntMiKiiai, July 1. As a result of a G em ii Manager Kniidolph hat rivclve I AftMKVUXK. N. C, July 13. Two freight d Illinois law concerning alien furthor ilelulls of tbo acctdout. In addiirzizz csliiilrf en the Western 'orth Carotion P tho hit of killed tbreo more perlina railroad, near this place, thlr morning, land ownership, landlord Scully, of who owns SOOJ acres In Hllnoia, on rons nire found in clearing away the wrecking bth engines and smashing up n pund-r- f Is debn. Ihey were passengers. Two of car. A eoliainl brakeman wm which he baa practiced ChC XZLZ r.icu : ''2SS I" Of Killed nml five persona wuuinlcd, though atut to dispose or the property, ocutly Ui .itovt nccounU thoy had nut been owns great tracts of land In Nebraska ata not serloiuly. I. nndKnnrn, which he also fifty-threo empty-handeo y hand-sotut,, s, 1 -- was rcferreU to the Post erne Own mil tee. Mr Hoar spoke against iho llshery tieaty, and at 9it0p. in. adjourned. Itorec Immediately after tho reading of tho journal the House ent into committee of tho whole on the tariff bill, the pending amend n.ent being that o(!cred by Mr, Nutting, of New York, restoring tbo existing rale or duty on . atar-faIt waa lost. Mr. Hopkins (111 moved to striko from the definition of uncleancd rice tho words ' Itlco free of the outer hull." On motion of Mr. McMilhn (Tcnn.) the duty on rice flour and rice meal was fixed at fifteen per cent, ad valorem. Mr. Guenthcr (Wis ) endcav onM to secure a duty of nvc cents a dozen on eggs but was unsuccessful. Mr. Yosl tVa.) moved to restore the existing rate of duty on peanuts. Lost. On motion of Mr McMilltn. an amendment was adopted ntng the rate of duty on flax, hackled, known at dressed line, at ten dollars per ton. The House at its evening sloti passed several lulls granting iho right of way through Indlin reservations to railroad companies, and at 0" adjourned. Wasiiingtox, July H. 8K5ATB. Tho conference report on the report of tho appropriation bill was presented. The Item for post of flee clcrksjor unusual business It fixed at fA-(Q- ) Instead of 7) ft). The item at to rent, light Is retained, and fuel In tbtrd class post-offlcwith a proviso that no contract for rentor such shall be for more than a year. The Hem at to postage on seeds is nxed so as to ounces. On make tho postigc one cent tor the amendment know n at the subsidy clause the conference committee has been unable toagree After an explanation by Mr I'lumbthe report was agreed to. ami Mr Plumb moved thai the Senato Insist on the suttldy amendment and ask for a further coiifcrcnic. A bill was report ed to prohibit Chinese Immigration. TliAiortlH cations bill was ceusidercd uutilS 'JO. wbca the Senate adjourned. Hocke. A conference was ordered on the land forfeiture bill, and Mr. Hoi man find.) Mr Stone (Mo.), and Mr. Pay win (III ) were ap doinlcd conferees. Senate sorghum amend ment In tho agricultural appropriation bill- - was agreed to. The tariff bill was considered until 5 p. m. whci the House took a recess uulil Hp in., the night session being for the consKUraUoti ot the census bilk to lill per-so- -- -- lat trtl, .J- i. asctM-Unc- to s, I 1 latelv-pastte- Ire-lan- rack-rentin- . " rack-ren- t. d. Chasing Escaped Convicts, fO U luminous thtt Hoatlng hither and thither. It slowly sot tied, nnd thua gao a cltlxeii who got on a roof u chain. o toreMrt that tho cloud was compbcd of iilllluuf of flicllles. A novh. Ietterwaa recelid by a guest at a Cleveland hotel the other day from New Yoik. It win written on a, gentle tiian'a linen cuIT, with tho atbliois on thu A.oiut-ieu- t htaiup was at reveiaaabK t nob fit, nnd It aulvoil nt Hi detlna tiou the stiirie na tin ordlhnry jHistal cavt Tim Kmpeior of HniiH's bill for iilitf mouth's living eapenioa for blmsolfand tulta at Milan, Italy, atuvuutid to tW,W0, Stenmloat tnivoUnif on tho M ouri U conHtuntly cnllvcnotl by tho callH, ".Six foot," Ti o Used yvxL and a half," 'No bottom1 A Hour Jtylstyxi) ajMMiKPs per year re comoto lo givou uftor tv ctc.luna tnidltloiul taken ffom tho mmi around tho Dahnnm. intittlcal forintilu very much llko Ir.ttm-Intotea Their nin It V),(XiO. Twonty-foo- t A riven t Itnportntlott from th with hooka on'thoend are usod to pull tho tuml of 'pratloa" Omvlnt; loca op sjHxigeM fiomtho ioka. do red to tho lend, wont bravely to Miih. T. J, Kry, of 3tnhnntango, Juniata County, I'a,, tho other day found a large worlc, nnd sung out Untidy i Too-rToo-rn" "Whuta blacksuako In the baby coach, whero Ithud spent tho night with Mm. Kby'a thirty thnt you nro wtylnifP" nhoutotl th twoiuoutbsold child. innto. "rulx," ntiBworvd i'at, "ohr Tiik other evening tho Inhaliltanta of member tho chuno, but ol0 forgot th Deenng, Mi, were much Intere'tttotl In a wurrda Jntolroty." Harper Map t hung over tho town, cloud bomtu-innnd j. nl ," lUtvuNtt now show n total of 2,n 13,004 hogt packed In tho West alnc llarch 1, aguhiit?tC3,0iH) n 3 ear ago. Tho quality of lioj;a baudUd by packera la well main ttiliitij, and 'compares well with other ) enra. Tun Kgyptlati petioteuni explorutions on tho Ited Hi a tontt hao aome tlutn ago been given up. It 1h kwoI tho (Jo ernmenl apent In tbo iulghUihnod of 7.V),0(H) In (In ho exploratlouri, and bus nothing to Ifmv In letiirn for thla rry conaldcrabU outlay exiept worn machinery, A CllfcCK fouiteou eara old was cash cd the other day at an Allentown, I'a., bank. Tli holdet said that It had U'vu all that time In tho forgotten '.xketjf anun was shot with sixty rpiarttof mt glycerine, which wai followed by a heavy flow of boiling water. Tho flow still continues, and Is flooding the odJaceutbmK Quite a large v glume but, In fa t, It la a iKilliug water well. Believes tho White Pasha Is Stanley. !lit"Sh:i.M, July 1G. Colonel Fiancii IM Winston, riesldentof the Ihnln Iloylte f Committee, In an Interview with the Kmg of tho Helgiaus, exproased the belief that tho white pasha repotted to havoatrlvvil at It Henry M. Stanley, llahr-el-dat- a nua, O., July 13. Elienezcr Stan- v m) io Youngstown murderer who k aliltawecthenit, Alico Hancock, early it 17, was hanged hi tbo iMinlteulluty bloodhounds .were lined to tiack tho llclalt of the Whisky Trust, and expects to annex nt 1 o'clock this morning. Ho fugitives. The man who was .ouptuied enter u on a full Inv estigatlon of the Trust, I ayed bit accordion Iwforo going on tho waa given fifty lashca on the bare back Uo will piobably begin tho luvostlgatiun alfolj. and appeared to be at bis cae. nlout two wek'ka henco. o fall did not break bis neck, and the late this afternoon. nn u died from atrangulatton.' How an Indian Says "John." Gladstono and Pattl by Phonogram. House nt Its Wamumiton, July PJkW York, July 13,- - The phonogiatna Broke Ills Past priof (lladstone'a speech and Tattfa song, evening roaslon passtMl twenty-fou- r Milwavklk, July PJ. --John the vate pension bills, Including ono granting tnkeu In Umdon for Mr. KdUon, arrhod laoontln faster, after an abstinence from a pension to by mall per the steamer Umbrla e Oodfur dn) a, hat.it last been or Juhn," aud at half-paten ad- induced to eat something. nnd will tench Meulo Park journed. 1 o fifty-thre- li. Tour Wasiiinotov, JulyRCbairmanllncon, ronvictn escapeil from thn guaids at draysvllle, Oo., yestenlay, only one of of tho Committee on Mnmrfirctures, will whom wna captured although shoitly Isnuu sultptcunH foe tho leading of Chattanooga, Tknk., July "ThtrthTskyTruTf :m Stsnyard Executed. tion to print extra copies of the reortot a Commit tco on Pensions of certain vetoed pen slon bills led up to a pllllcnldeliMe. The Toast Defense bill was postponed. Mr. George, of Mississippi spoke on tho fisheries. At C p. m. Senate adjourned. Hot;)1 rM Sessions were ordered for next Wednesday nnd Thursday nights for lvtwr bills and military affairs. An attempt to obtain a nlghctetsluu for general pension bills was do-feed by tho objection of Iltumt. of Missouri. Ford, of Michigan, rcporteu back his immigraand It was tion Inv i .tljratlon resolution, adopted. 1 he tariff bill was then Uken up and considered until 5 p, m , w hen tho 1 louf-- took a recess until 8 o clock, the night session being for the consideration of pension bills. Wamiingtov, July IS. Senate. Mr. Dawca presented a remonstrance of a largo number of ool manufacturer and wool dealers against the legislation proposed In tho Mills bill. Committee or PJnancc. Tho following bills were passed House bill to authorize tho building of a bridge across the Mississippi rlrrr at Wabasha, Minn. House bill appropriating for the location of a branch of the Rational Soldiers Homo Ju Grant County, Ind Houso bl 11 approving certain acta ot Legislative Assembly cf the Twenty-sevent- h the Territory of New Mexico (as to funded Indebtedness.) Mr. George, of Mississippi, resumed his speech on tho nth eric a treaty. At 6:23 p. in. the Sccate adjourned until Monday IIoupl. 'Tho report of tho conferees on the post-onlcappropriation bill was submitted, and oa the subsidy amendment a discussion mm.!! 2 p. ! nnw) im ii iav AnHi!" ion was demoted (o pritule pension bills. WjiBtltNGTt)!, July II. Senate, Not In session. Houhe The steamship subsidy amendment to the postofllce appropriation bill which f thn main point ot dispute between the House and Senate conferees, and which was debated ycitcrday, was voted upou to-l-ay Th Ibm-- H refused, by a veto of 155 to M, to ogreo to Mr. IhnchanVs compromise amendment proposing a reduction irurnettuii to eiVu, und by a subsequent vcte of HI to 57 Instructed tbn to Insist upon their disagreement, Thn tnriffblir was taken up and debate on tho wool schedule resumed and continued until 5 p. tn , Mbeu a recent was taken until 0 p. m, thenlght session being dovoted to tbo consUlcratioa ot prirato bills. Wvsmwr.TOV, July l.SrN ate. Several unlropnrtvit bills nnd ret.oIutlons were reported and passed, Including a bill appropriating liv ooi) to erect a monument at Louisville, Ky., to General George KoRCrt Clarke, who rapMr Push tured thu Northwest Territory. mode a speech on the fisheries treaty, follow ed by Mr. Chandler After a tt on exceutlvo session the Senate, nl 5 .W p. ru.. adjourned. HotiflK. Tlie call of 'States for the Introduo tlonnfbillt was dlsrxnsid with and debnto on tho tariff bill resumed. Tho motion to strlko to 130. wool from the free list aadcfcattd-10A motion toabolUh the tax on distilled spirits ' -- 7, nays U A motion to repeal was lost--yc- at the tobacco tax was defeated yean Ot, nays S3, At WAD p. m. the House aajoumed. JOIIV HUHPIinRYH, Loloied, wm Uken from Jail at Ashevllle, N. C, and lynched for nn outrage on a young white woman, 11. T P. Allkn, founder of the Kentucky Military Institute, was dtowued In a lako near his home, Klstlmce, 1'ln. He waaBOV entystx years old. Indians at tikeene river, I). C, are In revolt, and threaten to exterminate the whites. IsV Plant Citt, Fla., Is depopulated on ac count of tho appearance of )e!lovv fever. J. V. CliUti'k.MlKti, tho absconding New Orleans notary, has gone to Mexico. W'AsiUNnTOx. July 13. Skmate A resolu- Governor Buckner Takes a Vacation. Kua.nkkort, Kv.f July 13. Governor Huckner leaves this evening for tho Orecn biler Whlto Hulphiir Hprlngs, Yliglula, to spend soruu time with his family, who are now there. Dutlng Ida absence Lieutenant Governor llryun wilt fill the Kxecutlve chair. m mil. li Ht. Iout, July 13. Judge Normlle, of Hkrm.v, July 13. The German police have ordered Queen Natalie, of Hervia, to (ho criminal court, this evening granted a of execution In tho case of Henry leavo Germany within twenty-fod- r houn. They have nU Inforiuotl her that before f andgraf, who wna booked to Ut hanged wth Hrooks, until August 11), depnttlng ahe must surrender her txy, Prlnco Alexander, to M 1'rotlx, whu will the date to which tbo Governor rospltwl tho little Englishman. take him ack Co Helgrado. Poor Natalie. Landgral Respited. ty side of Itognn, veded on local option yesterday, lbo result waa one majority for the. dry. There aro but two autoous In tho township outside of this city. Bancroft Injured. ilKvvroHTt H. I. July 13. Aaerlom nccl lent occurred to Mr. Georgo llnucroft, the IouA, Went Dry by One Vote. ()., July 13. This township, out A Century In Kmixvili.k, Tk.nx., July 13, Mm. G. Hooth, of Washington County, dleiL to day In the log house ahe waa boi u (n,iUuety eight youu ago, Kbo had novo U'enawuy from home over rive miles, HangoJ for Slaying His Neighbor. St. IjOI'ih, July 13. George M. Hlder wnaiUuged at MarHhatl, )fn,t this after noon, for tho murder of U. P. Taltont, a neighlor, about threo years ago. Hider nsccudeil tho acalTold perfectly composed, a. Log House U Took Money From Letters. right, superintendent of tho milling do la I'.utiiKnt ot the Detroit under anevt for putlolnlug money ftoui Mtots. post-ollic- Detroit, Mich., Jul) arles H. Price ot Sugar advanced. zinc, e Horo Is tho fitvorlto conundrum of lltHhop Nooloy, of tbo Malno Kplseopi! dloooflo: ' If MoKOd wtw tho non of lhn ronh's dnughtor, wiw bo Uio duughfor of Phnraob's boh?" Von don't quit noo tbo point, do you? If two bypboi nro put In thtdr proper platioa It will bo clearer to )ou, Ibua: If Mohoh.vih tbo wm of PliHruob'H daiiffbler, win he historian, thia' afternoon, nnd hit friends are solicitous nv to the result. Mr. lain hia eighty-eight- h )car, and waa this afternoon walking on the plnczaof hla residence, when ho slipped and foil, with much force. He Is badly bruised, but It li uot Mleved there la any fiactuie. Han-croft PiiAaCisco, July IS- .- Correspond to ndvancet made In New Yoik, tho " Viiietlcau and California sugar retlnenea lure )fstuiiliy ndvauced diiferent grades ( ngir cent and tudav otiu Wan h boon ronvlctodof bigamy; "I inn only nsk tho mercy of the fcourt." "Slnoo you nuk thometcy of tho court," wild hia honor, and them nro four women who will probably claim you for a htw baud when you nro f too once moro, 1 will glvo you ten year In tho Stnto'a prison, inntcad of live." Life A melon patch near this city U bald to bo htiuntod by tho nhoht of n boy who dlotl uftor eating porno of its IV if on a fruit which ho hud tdolen. who piihd tho pluco nt night claim to havosecn a whlto figure, and to havo heard unearthly bhrlekH and groanrf. Evidently a cum) of cholora In phan torn. Orlando or," "I have nothing to say, your honroepontiod tho prisoner, who hud uot a tremor being visible. Bad CornoJ lulf itnt. (Fla.) ftecord - Beel. tbo daujjhtcr-oM'huuiob- 'a fwrmil rtcsi ct Foreign Immigration. Nrw YoiiK July 13.-- 1 fie M earner Jtepufdlcau, from IIveijKN( l,n Ilourgoyne, fiom Havrv, and Kdam from Amsterdam, landed 1,IWJ Immlgjantt at WaitJt Harden UUyi HI Alb Duiaitii, Minn., July Watson'a bridge Camp, on the llhe of th New Kattun railway, tit M'tvcoiulntweb t) eight men wero K)ioiieiHu Wnduea day by eutlug tanned cciued bevf liaaU Prompt medical tretwtn snvd imm r4 ' Abductor Arrested. Atlanta, Ga, luly hU moriilii Htierlff Jonathan Onsklns, of H.irrUburg, li.-T- PMiid tlonngh till city, having un arrest a w bite man w hu h id uUlin ted niece, it littln girl Ibirleuu )isnrf ' H8t. Ibe ptlsonei wnt capture! la K urids, whim be bad taken tb ultl aad iaU4 -r In a tMi! Inhuman oianntrt i i'f. r In Japan n man introduces hUlet tor half iw my fool of a vvifo," but his wlfo does not take oiTciiHo, l.vati8o hIio knowti that hIio wad afoul to marry him H- Dignity U a paid thing, fur an IJo phaut or tMimothlug of that kind, but a mini who U allvu aud kicking him very llttlo use fur lU Atlanta CvmUtuticn. know tho nattiro of an oath, Undo KaeluaP" Undo lUtatu "I reckon I does, yo honah. Vbo owned a mulo First National Urn of Newport and the for foahtoen ya,.,t X, 1 Ban. German National Dank of Newport. Tho Tim latest "victim of tobacco" Is a First National bolds a boot $20,00 of tU.r Ho Is seventy years paper, vshlle the German National holds and caao, Indeed. about fl3,000. Th tanks are, however, old, has smoked for sixty years, and well secured, as the Indoraera on their pa- last week ho married a woman four per are nil goodtastneis men of Newport. years his senior. Tobacco smoking The assignment rat cause I by the banks affected his brain. Norrislown Herald crowding them. husband this morn"Howls There la every reason to believe that "O, doctor, I w Itbin a very short apace of time the Ohio ing, Mrs. Hcntloy?1' Valley road will he extended from Marlon donH know. Ho sworo nt mo nnd to Paducah, an that portion of the road throw a teaspoon nt the baby because from Marion to Princeton dtsjiosed of. It cried." "Ah, favorable symptoms HuitVKYS are teing made for an extenHo Is getting better." Judge. sion of tho Newport 2sowi and Mississippi ' An authority says wo should never Valley from Paducah west to Cairo, and It eat when wo aro angry or la said that contracts will soon bo let. ax unusual tragedy occurred at Red unless wo wish indigestion nnd dysltiver, a hamlet of Wolfe County. For pepsia, all In one. And yet w know aomo tluio It has been understood that lots of men who could hardly digest n Henryor Harvey PIko waa to marry Mlra dinner without tho satisfaction of T Haskins, the daughter of a general grumbling at It. Burlington Free Press, In the village. Home weeks ago a "This Is about tho slimmest dinner young man earned Kverhard, a timber to,w ho said, as he surbuyer, auppoted to be from Philadelphia, I ever sat down has lieen about the place, and boarded at veyed tho table; "but I spoe I ought Haskins. He and Miss Haskins became to make certain allowances." "Yes, great friends, and spent much of their time John," replied his wife, "If you would together In the evenings. Pike became mako certain allowances you would exceedingly Jealoua of the stranger, though havo no occasion to quarrel with your there la nothing to Indicate that the lady food." Harper's JJazar, was untrue to hint. On Sunday night y "Mamma, the teacher Pike called nt Hatklui' reijdence, and learned that bis sweetheart and Everhard praised mo." "Did ho?" What did ho were out walking. Ho ant down for awhile, say to you?" "Well, ho didn't exactly chattlng'gool huruoredly with the family, say much to me, but ho said to my then haying he wouldn't wait any longer, Yon aro tho greatest left, nil supposed for his home. Instead, In tho whole class. I oven whether by accident or design, ho walked think m" af Charles thnn of yo t." out tho rond taken by tho absent couple, Ftiegenae Jitctler. e und found them a away. What "Kin I git a marriago certificate, passed betw een them w 111 never be know n mister, with tho gaVsnamo left blank?' w hen later a searching party, alarmed but at tho long nlenrA nf tha two, reached thi Inquired an agriculturist. "1 guessso," spot, they fount all three dead. Ever-har- was tho reply; "what's the trouble?" had leen hot In tho head. Mist Has"Nonoylt; but gals is llko everything kins waa fifty feet away, the back or hei Itnt death an taxes, mighty unsartln. head crushed by a bludgeon which had goln to bo a weddln' though, fallen by her side. Across her body Pik There's lay, feebly gasping, with a bullet hole In misted and don't you forglt It." Ttd tho roof of( Ids mouth, whence he had sent Uits. Country .boys aro not such 8nu.a,'Bta-tia bullet Into his brainy He died Inside ol ribrMin'TfiVjsItlcrrTo tha bodies indl heads as thoy flomeilnicV'')oo1?" s"ald cated that Plko bad thotKrrrhard In the drummer. "One day I was out riding head without warning. Tho .girl started to witJt a follow who aoomod to think It run away, w hen Pike, pursuing her, struck her w f th the club, killing her Instantly. Jr his mission to say or do something Presently wo then protiably laid down across her body, smart every minute. overtook a barefoot urchin dcMnjjj h. Colt, hi hi placed hia pistol, a mouth and fired. When found, one hand cow homo from pasture, and my comclajed tightly the right hand of his bw eet panion reined up tho horse and spoko heart. to him, saying, 'Say, my llttlo man, Joust Scovtev and Miss Jennie Thomas, what tlmo will it be at six o'clock this , were married at afternoon?1 of Kprlngvllle, elojw! and Without a moment's hesiPortsmouth, O., by Iter. H. K. Carney. 'Twill bo bed The brldo'a father follow ed tho couple, but tation tholadanswerod: tlmo for hens and fools. You'ro not a arrived too late, Uro. P. Jonxsov wat seriously Injured hen, but 'twill bo your bedtime all tha same.'1 Buffalo Fxprtss. by a runaway at Georgetown. 3fit. Jknmh IVaI.K'N wu bunU'd to death at Louisville the other night by the HOSPITAL SCENES. tov e. explosion of a coal-oi- l Is In A flurffrnn Talks About M High Bridge He Con The U1rr Atuioytng OrcurrtiT. progrena. e One ot the very nmutdug, though at FnEp Woolstkr, an Inmate of the at Frankfort, hanged himself to a the satno time considerably annoying, tret. tfceui i uuooair.cidcnt to charity .hospital TniC innrhle and stoneworks of Peters experiences is tho dally arrival of all ct Durghard, at Loolsville, were destroyed manner of Indigestible food for tho paby fire a few days ajo. tients, w hteh Is either sent In or brought Tiik training stables of Win. M. Hue, at to tho hospital by Interested friends and Danville, inirned the other evening. There were forty-twhores In the stables. Of rolatlves. "Tho first thing u woman thesoteu only were rencued; seven of these doe when h coinos to visit her hus twlonged to Wilson Punn, three only to band, son or lover," said a hospital burned would averHue. Tho thirty-twsurgeon on a recent occasion, "is to age 3KJ each. Anion? tho valuable animals give him n bath." lost wero Alice and her mate, known ns "A bath?" fat trotter-- at all Kentucky fairs, the fine "Yes, n bath of twins. She cries all" to saddle stallion Silver Kiug, JulmFarrla, of Lnncater, trotting atalllon over him, don't you understand? And Glenvlew Chief, the prorty of Fox & then she takes a lot of stuff, regular Lanier, of Danvlltf. A big lot of buggies, mush, you know; and whoa sho has etc., nUo destroyed. Oa these theie was him all stirred up, pulso way up, fever an Insurance of $1,700; none on tho horset rising, and every thing in a fln rood! or stable. tiou, sho trios to mako a finish of him Lawvii.LS ComiS on trial at Jackson for sister with a by feeding him tt lot of pie, eako, crultho killing of hit lers, or something of that kind. We ftkllb t handlo, wnt sentenced to the penl tentlary for life, nfow days ago. He madf usually watch them and take the shift theBamecoufeiisbuof hit horrid crlruo tc nway down in the ofiTco, but very often tho court ns he" itado to his mother and a woman conceals it under her apron, others Immedlntclr nfter tho murder, but Mid wo find under tho man's pillow appeal ed aomewbit repentant and declared ftcr her departure nn apple pie, a lot that he did not Intend to kill his sister, and of custard, cake, fruit, tobacco, and thnt he only wlhl to put her out of the way until ho could Bocure the reward, a oven whisky. Why, a man was brought pair of shoes and aspeuders, which he al- In hero insensible tho other day from a leges wat pronlped him by the hoarder. blow on tho head dealt by the gentle Incident connected with hand ot the new nquMuot elwHtor. V Auullir. tvi-rl- t this family fratricide Is that Lawvllle's had him propped up in ImhI with his brother WilluOn Jail for murdering his head in an loo pack, all tied up in a brother by spUtlng open tho latter's head rubber bag, and his foot in a vapor with an aio ilout six months ago, was hU wife, children, brought Udortthe court and on ton cod to bath. Presently and most of the the penltentliuT )r life also, the Bentence sister, brother-in-latclng rrnderei the aamo hour as that of rest of his relatives gathered In a lino Lawvllle'a. WiDlam took his sentence otitsldo thodoorway. His wife Insisted finite IndilTerrttlj, ami seems not toregref on going upstairs, of course, and came 1 hit fate. Hying down, nnd said she was going CoNTitACts lafo teen let for building right homo to get him some breakfast; miltsiof tho Kentucky Union eighty-on- e that ho hadn't had a mouthful to cat J railroad. elneo early in tho morning, and she Tiik other ssbt r,t NlcholasvlIIe, Kd cook him something Hparks, son of senator K. It. Hparks, ahot know sho could Charley M)fs, the ball entering the abdo- that would bring him round all right. men. The pbU shot IntcTrupttMl a sermon No wonder ho wns faint lying thero all w blch Giorgott Barnes was preaching at day with nothing to cat or drink. the time. V. Telegram. .of Louisville, ahot Geo. GuTrn-ourihimself in the mouth because Ida Pecker How Paper Dottles Aro Made. was too young to marry decided that Ono of tho most Interesting of tho hhn. Lahohlu art hard at wc k building many uses to which paper has been put tho extensnn of the L. anf N., from is tho manufacture of paper bottles. Plnev lllo to Cumberland Gap, at d tho manWo havo long ago had paper boxes, pleased mIIq tho proagement Is barrels aud ear wheels, and moro regress, palls, wnshbaln and iau Hardjvilte, Ellat FraMklla shot cently paper nnd killed Jimei Beck for Interterhig with other vessels; but now coinos a further hUmatrituomslfollclty. evolution of" paper In tho shapo of paper bottles, whidi ate already quite The Kentucky State Mutto Teachers Association orB"i Its third annual session extensively used for containing such s ut Oddfelluw' Hall, Covington, on tho bubstanees as Ink, bluing, dele10th. There wo about twenty-fiv- e the) would seem to lug, glue, oto.t-nnfrom as many dliTcreut gates piesent bo equally well adapted forcoiitnlnlntr counties In tt'Btato. Many delegates a large variety of articles. Thoy are bavo been prfTcated from attending the of pajer convention bvreiwn of alckneas, whiU made by rolling glued sheets others have Or'iyel their coming by into long cylinders, which aro then cut reason of hat"C attended tho National Into suitable lengths, tops and bottoms tich closed its .nessloa io are fitted in, llm tnIdu catted with tx AsMK'Iatlou, ceutly InChbar'w wntor-proo- f compound, and all this lUv.rUviJ.or- la plucking Paris brands done by machinery almost us quickly butti-- i from the at guv chu coimli toll MU (YuacftY bilitteit urn oi,0w,--amthe isatts loat i75 iPJO. The principal credlttrs are the niorre an for the leneflt of tasir creditors. Tbo TOilJsw 11a- - yw 1 store-keeK- to-da- scat-mat- e, half-mil- d large-size- d camp-meetin- g bt ioor-hous- o o -- w r, Krt-t- ly shoo-dres- v awMswatfiwTS'i" tsTiw .- "m e- - , m SSL i"g'?a TraaiTssrMm'ii'r'.'r1 r- - s.ri -- rf .Ito'lN"! - taW &. , .i.naM ujewmw w .OTV ... i5BSSRBSSll& i ii .MitJMjpo k&ailK tv .r.'..ifi'.vu.i ' ... ' wrsft5wiwi,flfflrrA,ji,iti luti'ii : 1 ; KWMn "; Tf'f I n - k-- i- ... . tyrtiMsj. l"Ki ?" .... ..1.4.Jl,.Jk riaitfarll 5K'. . ......rAlAWBdBvk'' 49aKnfVTW'uiMnjiiuTvn!RWBBh . .uT-i,"''v'1KJ- j,'":jBpsui,'T-i"- ' j&LMJKriAM-$Bt74n&- "1 1TH imiMtra JWpUtlH3Wtt5I"JBrtrap wir,-',5?. H. ". p &? ' . - ? . i .. I J't Vt t..JF?Baiir. I: V- , -. "-V- a OSjeW .V 1 - -- - - T?3 v. - jrcMW mi inaiim waiPWwwWa4rw.wiiiw"Mww himimi T" i Tho Chicago Mail uutnrea thin ww it i: wm wwuB mmtm THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, FUtDAT, : u i:irKr i.t at ut. --I JCt WlUJ rin:.Nic ICY., lredit.tlnu, wliiclf her of Kuiilucky iciili billvniiB I1"1 tTi-- 'ii" are fM n ninio ear.nud encloses you n bar becue bill which ho desires you Iiojpof rrr)hix K,r '" k.v to mako fuvoiublo inention of in J,otU m.i m lir Murriiton. "dry h rlllJLc,i!oor w,w i:oim;n avo 27TII, 188S, FM)i:l THE VAHV. OF your next issue, and also extend j'irlly In ovvrronit, unA tu"t 10 WW National Domecratic i i La 'lhe UepuMlciiM who lurf iro MM1 to you to dluo with uu invitation nun I'M it iiiiririrri) hn rfLn!i PunpnALf U clitirLVt) .Nflmlnttlr rnir aii w frutn rnli'mirrt (....,1 t'tff ("H" (Ntlln will tiwiy from vt iiu rtrr Tuition umh).!.. In mlildtfi And i liiia on that special occasion. I I ut ltrrforrnl hi .. . dfMiie ' ..i iltrir lnirrni tA bcjt!! Mm v, iu hicuoii ror .!Mviro t'xivpl Ijy pivcUI rititirtni-nt- Mimrirr would be glad for jou to cotuo up FOR PRESIDENT, I'rictn in lollnwi, Pr i rjr Uhmfh, .flriuaricr. ?."i IH). (vr month MX) ) It is timleniuUln tint Huulh'W ,. enjoy yourself ouo day. The und ". Hi iriMriiiiiv ijuhr vr ninrlvr, ? &U, inmifh M.00 farmeiH are threshing over II) GROVER CLEVELAND, in Mr raro iiaitistt ukneri fori Nut. VtWntv, RlKl,ir .Mmhcmallc AJncru iinM.fntii Democrut-hnhiU,iitir UoLrnor, icducGtl ,), bushels to the aero and geneial I'njuarler, f lU.tK, mouth $1.00.) rsr I5v on K. inujoiity to mi mMtiiforttiMi1 prosperity ptevilln all oicrtlds Himulrlosciit'88, niitl tlmtti" JWL-mYo have a fow high count r.. m I i?a M 4 FOIl mm. i ntii'rilth lli:tiiiH tlu'icliy IiuvcIIm iixiiwu t.inlV men In our town, and also .nll.,l LII.I, tln.tJ imiii Hum tn t ). HVIIll .1. . IH sumo (hat are entirely void of G, THURMAN, 1. Vl w in ALLAN ir01' win no true liy by! Urn orc. It il uith pignut. llit tho Stale lliUjiui lor Hup. '"'V' l,,r?01I ,,iinCfnirni ii ma.lc oll.lltf iWii "a nr! will The handsome Mr. Kd. Kllintt. good sense; will tlnd say no inoro Ol OHIO. -Tor fear you out who this T' Ml V'"K i '" ihM ititnitme,,! o ijopum of .St. Louis, was in Hickman FriUut'2Z iliiutinn of tlio licinbiiitlit innlor. 1Ml Rrew latter class are. I am, very ' PrCRRCII, UIIR 01111 day last, and Ids watideiiuir foot WJ,rC ""I'-Iti- ill thin StlltFllllH b1 IIMfcMll'J fully, A 1'Uomint.nt Michigin pnlitl-- j t J the Increased I'ndn.Jion ole( II fill. ItlMHllHll'IUI llllll IIUIC llnanstopb led him out on Troy Avenue, John T. Dnr.w. rltui 8:8 Mint hi Stnto will Cvo'ainl also to tin Uxhoi tUct wliHi rhr posted npuu his in ills this us iiMtal. Gome again, Kd! tW For Pore Ktc, whiwh Mi tiniioej Matte Lsvue. of ITn!. niovfiHiMl huh TiMinnuii Our fiiciiil V. IF. MiithowH, funictl off scvcriit tJi.Unl for has returned boiue. Tho fsrium us noiiio of tlit lliu'M nuil COWGILL'SSYE DALVS. ifjCltj, miijorlty. V tner Drmocnitlu vofrw; no' CipvdIiiihI is boys trust that ou will nv ns larjrPHt Irish potutorn itiul lonst-iiii- r elected Prt'sIdi'Dt." , i...t iiin fnrf CoMinrssMAN Rtxtt puts of nnittnr Z2r For Kcur1f nml itlieuiiintm, ihiH was tlio way this btiiliaut another m soon and refresh elm vi! bccii thirt ciiiK Dpmncnitio nilly at fniHaiinp niiMHins that oar DcnmuUic urn-tlio ana uiuineier ana nun-- , sweet uwioiicb witu your htniies. nhlrli he is ploiisril to en Hrnpon, COWOILL'S WSA3SL OIL. n "He . . iHr. We iu'ver liuil ro cruiiil " jotltv . has been feainilh ut donn.- Minna Imtii li.til nf tinm.iniHin Iitu 11 n I Itilr, I.M1l.ni. ............. ( " " iiililu'.ui croii." It so. thev iniiKt iiM'H!iivruiiiimiurii ,,,ni " tally In all tho campaign ot 18S1." i lie rnvtiitinu orutfirS'Uil work- M,1P? "m" rcT For M1m, ' ,IIUU lllCK.tlATt " . enio No or tho old .U'lFerNoiiliui-Ri'piil)- . orauroiiSNlit it tlio llrkuoi kins' bl,'i'luun "" l"V .. ""." KK.TU11(VC COWQILL'S PILS OWTMSXT. Ohio and Mississippi road .with far more zeal aiirt r thUfciasui TUlu ,ur " u h;.m uuuers, ihi i ecvcr,i uays in mi ,cnu iiriit,v, for tho iiioilcrii I'o- iicim-Tin: out of tluiii they did in thcfiir ugnlust wc',e R0 l,or3Umlo or not "5 this ton last veel:. lias taken fiiros and tirkotR IMllllieuH crop (loPRIl't l(V BO Coy Fr Trtler nml Itlngworm, u uti HUfc iuun, hum ivit the hand of its II rnudiu'tora and I IlilJL-liI I l.'lli,inlM rtlit r M.n . " i.. nfi iiivitiio .....,, .... - uri t now. I'llHU IO itisUUif lllill'IIEIITBHr im f!..t I.. m ..-- . ..... v.. . uu II. COVGILL'3 ' !. Hf u h .au nauuRUMtTiianks, all the same. uuerc hxT "iram cowccwira. pin on ii TETR OIHTJIENI. r jHrpor vote t i they did u " c"hciiihh:o now. l0 cnll intention to what budding lu progress out willU propor' ? are the candidates then, the Two fanners CnJT For Worms, .. :,M " ; ItKHlKHK.SMS name Twini A hxnaii "tT,,,.,,,,, ior inmuvi-iLtMJ W ()u, , -...... ftHrV' ni ino Vjnlou ianor In . Mies r itro i'Mu a flutter gfKh.WCi: ..... CowffiU's iVnctdniit a..! vi...nPiPRlilniitMiiIialiiimRriaMMiLte2r4 Pleasant Worn . . Wi"iJiWWWt--r-"i- T 1" m.. 7. .tuwu-Ann nun tfloTm mVU?.... Wil . niitVPliiiiil wnnolnrfnilniul " sArPKtcnox iwaraxtmco ok ! K'wwl : ; julyUO, 13SS. ulao indulging in; J ''The Republicans' claim bi "' W. t'-- f t'j''! ok n - !,. c" T'our years ao thcio wnsn rrry proihiuent Iteptitilictin In Ohio i liUKt'ly tlio linn man ufnuttirlnp busiuosB. Ho was also proinlueut In tho baukiughufiinrRS! ni.tl whr pointed out us a Micrens-- j ful burliness man mid great llnnn eier. Hu garo liberally to the Ho- publican eampniini fund and was union": tho loudest of tlinno who contended Unit tlio propciilyand welfare of tho country eould only ue iiiaiiraiueo oy keeping tlio J( publican party In power. wen, uiiRgieai lousiness man iihh . uilltliuiui n .nn. m imn urcn , . I. ... inteix-stodli- mii. lit mi.!, ft Irrlft4 I'UIn rr.osun. ) !'! Ml Mil Pr i - "."" """"' . i.. Totlio.vouiifjKcntlomiMiofHIok wiito up Joilr I'ntiU, prepaio jour lioquctRfjiuil lefreshinents, the young lialiertiro talking about a ftcrcuadu aoiito tuno In the near futuie. Miss llertio Mitchell, thoaecom plished and favorite iniuleltui of Fulton, Is vlfiitlng tho fainlly of lier nuut, Mrs. 0. L. Handle. " Tlio ouniier elciuoiit of flip?. man society is at piesuut agitated over the prospectho iniiiriuco of nnu ot ttH must laRcliiating uieia ueis, uhlch interesting ovont Is auuouuciMi to ihko piaco a vonr iroui next ucioner. onucr If it itian wo would eay (lru-i.)aud notemv iii:.mh. Morrow, Kv,. July J 7 1888. Htli? Mr.Jns. L. Sexton author. Ixes ou to continue his paper one ; .(SKA- - ACADEMT. i 111 . . CH5 3NTTHAIji (r ur Jic par - . IV What to Buy? 1 i,"" ,.,.,J !t "v wa DAVIS, ! . . ' 'Iuncau 1 ,r,l7"" l,l'ui'J r Seaeral Insurance AgeaU 3 , n I m 1 . j.-- "" ?.;. ... . MM F ..- . "" tg - " .'.J ..n. Fire. Life, Alariiic, Accident! n,.. 000,000 Capital lrosciitoa nJ4i p sr ?2I m &F' mt r I can nominee, .: been nm ton ek tlt., Inovca ,, if thpy kno w They I.,, ve been . unnliij; ever Two of our J ouuK yillfl .iraRW , J f '" In rrino Far fialo ly tli I'roprlMur, ml or I!ii4ine l'rniilly Altcmleil to, nn.l nil Lowes l'nld . iiinntlie instreek, tliphiirrnPKiiji , since. Thpy nro niniiln-- r now. temjilnt nr n tr p to Troi , t, Without l)', OMllt. .it.Kire. ' ii J, W. COWGILL, Druggisl, ,c J.ViVohlMt Pprf.' '"' .Icmni..l8 of puhllc r,,:ep.ion l,o7 the llnion City him. ii.ptooinnchofnMr.iii. upon ViV,. ,, v'. ;,.,.. .... i iron nn.kcr. the-- eminent ....other ttiumph in In.so biil-- if In pro- loml n iin JiU S3 llhVtnnn, Kr' He la n victim to tienrnlsi.i, nn.l nt !.?,,,..." ' rt ."..ui! Kcnnblleiin who postc.I thnt notice ' thev can. ..rf. ,1 Mornlity," l.y 'I1 ? I "!"'; '; times RniTeiH i.Ko..leB from thnt In l,bn,lll..i Bojonrnin MiP9 OHvhi Lnfoon, of A'Bter. in tho ... .. "... ADVSRTISINO RATES. I muse. uitunillitr Qnv..l'.vootn1 UVU )llLlUII. Democratic audiences but intelli fvrtm finlitmln nf Ihn illiin slntni ViiiIa itiibery," by John Sherman. prison for gambling iu a wheat with relatives iu title cltv. Oim mlntHH, nn jer - gent f m ft people know taut if the Ite Jin. IIauuisox said to n Cnu"Getting Southern Voles," by , 11 i.t hll column iir rier Journal correspondent, thit j publican p:irtj is dead that it is deal with other peopled money.) Tho only and original ttich.nl Col. Alger. Olt k'Mrlrt column ., w tti Jrr Mr.i Ij. Mooro has gladdened thehears tOrn.vu!.,,. 1..-- .. l)rt.rtA. he would not favcl and speak, ilUUIIl II1U HUlMlgL'M illlll IIIUHl The gentlemnn refened to f... Trii.nt M l"f it JifrilMftrntt l wr ,wr ' " f sr itotit, not "' His health, he said, was ant powerful corpse ever known to Harper, the Into LTesIdeiit or the of his inany l.iends. Ho pot nr.iflo ImmiiU, All nti r Iwlt tMh Hiirtmil tully tired ol Cincinnati, and liwi uTUn lie had merely been this country, and that it will re- Fidelity Rank, of Cincinnati. igcrs," by Uiuiuncy M. .. ... i..- - III..U 1ittitvrtl eniniin nr rFr ltli. uf lqiuN If I.... j;iuu, uiu, "'DcPcw suHciinjr from iuillestiou. Pos- quire every Democratic voter to WJ im iiiciuiiaii l.....l. !. Kill fcr mirt 41tWl nr. CA. iikit m;u am.. rhsrrt rtttti hl pite of his starving: so long, S sibly Mr. Ilunison has been try be at tho polls iu November to t. f .xiio iHtirlr. r looking well aud happ, as ustnl. villfaon. Railroads," by Sonator HI I rhmrtci fr.r at Hi rU nfllH.lr wr lit. mull beat it. This talk ot theirs about ui to digest that platform. rik PrMM rM r tit lif Ul v gay puny 01 young lau ess.o If there is a man on the ntanet XVfl nr nAr1mll, t,,oeA mMahM lip Rrpnt Uv of the tlio Republican part being "dead1' I urn nt w'i is only to soften their bate !o the who can do as welt as nnvbodvl gentlemen fiom Fulton made tit a Trill l.n itntti.i.1 Ilfpnlillffins in the it ni nraitmt tbe If . lUrrl temperance Democrats they ore else or a little better, it is a briny, a-8:..."'!iroirlriloii lull r;n".!theSpenkertellil,he;kno; I ?; onV Ultrr, Ffli It), lbSS lRAW'N iS I'UNS. TV SPKCinCATlONS AS TO KVKnYTINIlu vrrti. .. it American. You can IKItllW I'llll HV necking to seduce. OT course, mni .Mr. .i- - x.i.,,.,1 ..i.: i.. If r want XJ p'l, imlirl, hi tnlM ol aecuratcljr cahuUivJ. In this Hon. Ienjamlti Harrison the Demociatrt or tho Republi- keep your twaddle about infant Kiliiier.MlMAsnMSrttcin I.otlc n l kef JflUllclJ. n " Il tom V' ,V,; to yourself, all be asks Mr. T.Cobourn, Mies Annie Ratbr- iu".V"1 Republican:.:'rlcafc u"'1' ia;2W If ymv fcoiDfl to have tiicd to shift somo cans ouo will win, ami every Dem- industries nt lllll llr... tho party. If ti j,nt Htmt. K. Woods, MissyU ocratic voter sheered otf to the of tlie government is to take the! son and Mr. of the lesponsibility of his ( l,ltr Iff vh Mm4, Il record onto tho nhouldcrs of I'rohibitiouists helps the Repub- fences down, tho bit out of his nes 1'aachal and .Mr. b. UeiltoJ.l f II i:r Tiir. mvi:h o.v rim If iHi m tn.tiM i n. nuciiANAN, rl. licans that much by weakening mouth, the harness o(T Ids back Miss Annie Pierce und Mr. V. i iultzku, r. J'mt. K. l. alkxamikk (WAl If ; Nhi W.uifiK ttni, U i iuii UtiutUA., Ohioago, Julv A Iiov'h cu- tho Democrats. No sensible man and give him tho right of way. Mnrrell, Miss Huttlo Whayuefiudl TiiK women of Wisconsin ore If " "MfH" Mr. C Meacham. I Irlnsity "to see if it would "bum," Ti. and can fail If .. 4kt ltitttor llrrnMr, taking a hand iu the campaign in IhoHu to see tide,men seeing it, After that he will not thank you If jmi Hurrah for the Cleveland h8 this morning Hot tho Chicago river In Kt jo rr.l.KTIX3 for odds. Ho can beat Hnglish ? ' who lion earnest, lhe w omen's Democrat-i- CHlIy tempctaiice prefer the success of the dozedness and the nimblo fin and Thurman bandanas omble h on fire, It occurred near tlio ntnnk rH Sir jMfliMB,,f'J IU il b Club, of Milwaukee, has sent! gers of Franco Germany by' of true Democracy If the bf fi'yatd. long the circulars to every city iu tho State,! Democratic over tho Republican tho machinery and will invent.1 continuo to wear and llottrdit ceased There trntor.river has rrMli. ho hihIIm in to bo recommending tho formation off ticket, will so vote. Rut, it is What he wants to do be will find them, they will not only carry .t is ty, nothing but civunc nod nniiiml rliilm Kiuiilnr to the Milwaukee sheer nonsense for Democrats to town by storm for party a I organ'zation, and tlio movement Isj hay that there is no danger in this it way to iiu, aud if one way won't November, but will,their befr mis, wuicu navo loumi tiielr way long from the slaughter houses. A State. Our opinion is that Ken- wcrk another shall. Ho has any 850,(100. baid to meet with tuucli favor. In I'iirtinnr tn of rTctinn dlrtat tucky will go lor Cleveland by an quantity of gray matter stowed: that time, have conquered t.' lighted match thrown into these MACICAT, the Nevada mil- increased majority, Fay 50,000, but away in' his skull, and ou needn't hearts of the girls too. They wrc ingredients soon had tho river ti lo me hjr Hik Jmlgp uf (lit Kultim Mr J. W. lionaire and money king, has de- ni win ue uu can so jjemocrnis seo pity nim or sympatldxo with him.j haudsomo without them, buUro blazing for several blocks, and the cuil Court. I uill kM nn (ht t Mun.Uy ,W hi Atutut nit, i t)ir far .,,.lnr, , matfull, ,Jte, (llf r.l,(,.,. '''J"-'la- - r tiabif jir (Ire boat mid two lnrmimtlviftnr. rinrt In ruhon Cautttj, tftral far clared, it is said, in favor of Cleve- the danger, aud go to the polls. Just let him alone, don't Interfere irresistible wHIi them iiiwr ir urNtiiiHM rrvr ol ekaiBo. AppruvrJ Kf , il.e pwr. Mr. Clint Ellison ha accent Hjumph frnm (miip nf flrxliriR a Ireull ClrW to Oil (lie will render a land and Thurman. The reason with him. and ho ccciloil in kenninn-t" " ,nrw or iur iui.li, UMaauMloI al IU i r cent, rai assigned for his conversion to tho ffood account of himself. Place in position at .Jackson, Tenn. Mi the taoro vnlutihlc property, but unriiiirwl term f T. M. KrtnaU, diarAM I. aouuw. utcuxxc itr.ru. i.xr.vNs. tloa Juj i'utl. Ibcs4. Democracy is the position of the him on an equal footing with oth hope tho young ladles of Jacksoi not until about $0,000 worth of in Kd! known that Mr K. W Uagtiy, W. A surcK. ers, and if he cjin't do better than' will smile sweetly at the Republican platform In regard to of It dockage had been destroyed, I.ncien Amlerson, uf KTierltr Fiilion Cvunlj, Ky. til 3DIK,EOTOK,S. they, that is his business. Uufnown" that poses so inuocenO the tariiraud Ocu. Harrison's Chi- Mjrtcl rhy, nud I, tvi rrmuirieiit Jlepubllcm I'oli nese record. ticmiiAor the ilUtrlet liavt ilter'el fie charge mm a high price for his on ms rosy upper lip. II. D0CIINt. r n.i.Tzru. J.M itKi:n AIJ.XANDKR, wn msi weuucsiiny n eta Unlet! flit tax COUNCIL ritOGBUUIXUS. J. W CtJWOlKU w c JOHNSON J W AUXAMiin Republican tild tnrlT mnirav a Toted inn tlio raw materials, tie mm tor everyTun of thine he uses, Prohibition young people! his hands aud'crowd of our PHYSICAN ADD SURliEON nominee, it in thought, will have .ue "cpuihim iiuiHuiiii a til rPPr nn,i flion toll....... villi nrM . IITOWIl tllG IllOUOtnilV Ot tiH fiOCIJl... llirutfiw K'v.J.iWI? 1K ...... . IUCKMAN, tn UotnUtt himself to enmo seclud-- adieu t"tUcm KKNTUCKt Jn him well, tlii IlachjUt f JfJrotoe,'tf protcctcu he doesn't illtllllCfiS, IlihClieil lip (I wagoirhllU Counril rnrl. Vrtient, Mjitnr Mnrrell. Tfir his ProfMilonal erTJci t ed.sinnmer resort. Ilfs hcnltli fs X, nay in llie iiottom mi imeiimen w iuik. nuckavr, JIrtwle. ant lo tie fimlly ami 'tVcinMiy wuii the ProM in tiat way. learn, spreatl .. tl.e citijtn cf IlickDjan atjj vlcln Uc Ret ween the Demo- jIit f.. Miflcrlnpr. . . . .1 ..11 I lin jild n .n . 1.. il i i i mu huii, uilil Jill ..Il.1 I.. ....li l.riiMM t Ivv nM.I W..I. 'an tinniiTfl anlti-'STrn .1it I. f umi mi wgnj iiri (iiiru ill Mill " in to iw.iii-crats and the Republicans, it h Krjuihlirftnft will km It nml IClt for tho country Oil n plcllicU ACOui.Nf AltiWiV. too HOT. bo reared that Mr. DaniHon may Stfcori lciiiiie iiir I'miiiha. wn' be a in''B ..... i I..,- .. rri. rk Pv. S- iMUliKELL, no lo.wr., .Rrvlretl.or.n.imli... H.I Ins excellent grnntlsirci'l.rm -l- 'aJ.ir!,stan,!nrd . Quito ji seiisntioti was created, than , , .'ii-.-t-.ml ehk orl.re.1 t.r ii.c AT T 0 KK E T L AW, itK.iI.KKS J.V Iliigtiy is i I.rillnint mil jil.Ie I.oro yefltenlay by tlio arrival of '.C" ,,,',, "'"' that of 1S10. iS " "' '' (031t ottr I'onjlH litMf Mtir,) ""1 'atle tl..h.nk, KWer. S. S VVort.iinoi, ami MU' I)Kl.-i- , MKDICINM, COOKS, flTATIO.NKUV. nn.) Bkkatob II.UVU:: .HI nollnko y?""-"- I,fo '" h0 farftn Scl,rolSitp,,f.. K T. II t CK MA S ', ws tempteil, A. Sliip p, Mormon mipsiononep. " " nnrt in tlio Piesi-- I a vorv nm! HiittorM , di. w. a. !....., from Utnli, who aiiimun.,Kl'I'" t0 t,,n "eiiublicnii party. r.ncjr (.lioli.S.TOYH, an.l I'UTUHtIS WIH prifl're in alt Il.e CourU of thi-(louiuu campaign inis year, ins oiertnc nark anil nnr r inr. rm r.twtt.m m rilc r Hagby has how quit tbat party 'cd that they would preach at the viiIpp IS IIOl itn 1lSl.ni IIIIISIUU HlWDIilia PAINTS, OILS, VV .H l.!il'01!S, r Jlr.lU.I .... III tnik ttlltll HllOUt ii "J commlaluorr, flue liMtcfor. Klrm JmhMnl UinrUi. ronrt. Iinnnn iii tlits.?".5 ll.io fiaarlHl " glory and his IoIinis without a or. """J h"0"".1..11 18iit.. rrinvy t.i At co..uiionfr, ... N..j n.e Lrr .. .. o'clock, when thev assembled to. . , ... - . it. . i.QKMT.'11'Oi: Tin: sain nicy nau occn on gciucr for t!ie zuc:t:ct;;ur ?i:irt cj inf tl.M(il 11.11 .'"' .!. hriri&e It is rcnortcd ' however 'IUII ccriain uiat uio ipuoncan mg. " 0,,!t ccaie from mni after UiU late, that tho Connecticut doleites lmr,-- "n8 a,U hn"HhrKv, becnuso.n mlsslounry tour through their the occasion. An elegant dinner oitickk iLrrrun, .liee fr years, nessee, making converts to was decided to nresent his name Babjr f8. relished, proomicccl tarifl reformer. As religion, but rclmblo intormation as a spread and heartily wagon hns, ,0rl ?,ot,lor,, V' .u'nh,,ra an a to the Kepublfcan convention Jive mile rido in a inlorsou, has been received hero to the ef- Hon. ' Mr ritFMJUI'TIO.VS A of 189. tendency to make people hut,. ! with all duo respect to the rolouol feet that several eeniugs since gry. iprS 18H7J following are tho name; cfcr lhe .J care of ilia Ch ma. Tun Republicans have not car-- personally, tho Couiulb honefiitlicy went to a villaco south of Evan A rsoil S w Mill, with eomh'He ciitfllj Fade, Maggio Wan en.! m rrr ir.Bir. wn nnpi'innn ti n u, - Ut will t - t't ii n i neii ruw jcrscv stuco iu mv- -i "ii' i iscattnn nnx in a it" ii.niiiiii :i.. fan lm h.iual.1 at n i.i... i"iiiLr itiiiu imir .. i i a. 01 14,. friii niiriu iii:iiiiiii:iiii.i i- t.i... Ta i i ri ini-- i . .i tng,-- i . " wnen uiey nau a piuramy 7 ; anJ anrtoonable term w" nracit.i a rrnaMi-priclirouglit out i?" V' Al i: II lion party, or somo other partv, tlio iniligiiant citizens a. T IU , t .. . . . l .a a. UI'll al all ; ' .Illlliri IIIMUI III tm:pllr z auurvM tor lunirmaiion. oiui. au uio next eiecnon met am not come into t no Jiemocratlo tnrca leneu to use it on' ,nr. If!' ", .Iil.llarl.iral.Mlaail anda.. '-of '"-j j. c UOSUO.aSt Om, rtj lin.l a plnrality of 12..I Imrf.v! Wl BU Lnrhu" t. tl.e.A if tlmv ili.l not .Ic.l.t nn.l, "' K ' 41.i. In 1880. who is, to vorin tho Democratic ticket,, move on. They left nml went to .""J n,',f,, , iw-makupactii:i:i:h oi'tiu: ri.i.i;nnATi:i)- .li " ' now tho Prohibition ean.li.late for ninny gnnilincnv.il BtiBptctaomoi ' miollier locality several miles fe", "".,;, ' ":ir CO President, rceeive.l 10803 votcal.lns wrong al.onttl.o Ifcmocracy Uny. where they were Bei.ednn.l Jm .nrpVoiuH'i B.M:JL"et '"''j"' W -.... ..viTiinr, mm ri.n CO D everely wt.lppeil liy a lisiiitl ol u'arrrn A.lcllo Alio i ' p.mm mat tempts Him into the !oli!. ' UPrPMlTH M MTAVrB injur in wmcu iu inivu me coiu-- i I'M want Prat her, Mrs. Stephens. j vivHUnun-wiiajiiu- . Q HICKMAN, KHNTUCKY. rLftTIOK. tr- -i 1MP W mrii"Hi Mrs. A. A. Fails, Mrs. IL Ii. .Mil. Oh w" A vnuv hot canvass is promised The Labor Slffnnl Uin Rlatn or- - "u " " motion, an rlrciton la orlernl to te o.v me i reiiiiiiciu uiey nnu rccoiv. in New York between Gov. Hill rfrnii Mi,n.nT,.imr.,.Hfnfr.,.iin.,.,iij w let. licM nl lhe Clly 1NII. on Mnnt.i, HieOlli IVE Mi: A TKI W, you want '"..y CO and Warner Miller. The Henub- - says that tho Labor nartyof that od, and having heard that threats T ItlarVfMilltilnj done, nr repalrH on lay of Aiikuh, wliliin lhe urual liotir, Imn dailies thnt support Clove- - Stato repreRcnta liO.OOO voters, had been made ngainst them here, a Ciiy Mumliat lor wo yeara, ami nto kivp a full line uf aconii, &c io tiat CQ lie following oltiMrs lo hold tic election land will support Miller in prefer- - which vote has heretofore been they refused to return and keep Undertaker's Goods, were apjiohilfit. appointment for at X Hn 11.1, cox IN ence to Hill. While Miller audi divided between tho two great their nrv. Juljn J. U Qrttno, Joha It. Waih Comimit), Uopwimh1. and Soil I lllack VI CO but when last CJI o?!nn rr both oap!tit!il wMnlt can - fi(tl nut Collins ami mid jrtiirr, or ! cast fttra litibor the u4 UNION Cnv, July 18, 188S. 09 seen wcio on their way nfoot for on short nolitv, and at vt'iMMiabU up representatives or monopoly, Hill1 candidate, but that It Is now piac stitrlff l)?il Monlgomrry. jrient (iivu nit n call Huitou CouitiKU : It has been rifk W.T. Frtni. has thoadvantngeof being acom.( tically solid for Cleveland and tho Ohio river, eager to escape rT" HIiOp in VnI UallUJII. reported throughout the country, lit ('My Clerk U ('IrreleJ lo hare poll parativcly poor ...... ... i.uti-- Thurnmu. Ariiii indication of how from Kentucky. man. nuy'J5-bfl .1 and is believed by many, that book prepared for aald elocnon. i i ui" is io ue me inn nattle ciy. tho Libor vote thronirlioiit the small pox is prevailing in Union 3ii:ikh on rour. UMiio sfnlemeut 'The press is. wholo country will go. it says: C4OIaYI K It V I A Ij Tlie Sinllary CotiindBlnnr U Tho report false. "Of lowerful" is true. New York Citv comlnir all lhe InWam! refnrni'publicAtlnn Washington, Mll. Ar. ra t City, imur tlioif istita imt Theroi to notffr h I cMinn-o- f lltrkm-i- (UreollMt. lOWe-.il I.oi.m Imt to iliUollirenaarly Iwa Iimiflr'1!! -will go utmost solidly for the Dem 11. woiioii oi cl'.n. each Hj.ir prr.iii.M .ii .ml ne y , n Mini wopJ fnr r.auj-to ,0r is tIuro 0LAIUC & MADDUX.! Uinlrman MopIiIh WnrU T,ro' aro ,0 ca8CH t !. ;n If not Tew pa the mat-- i Quay na Ghnlrman of he Hepuh- - ,,ox ,icrc .,Ufl:IiU " r he ' f, the MheCMMKunoniliw a nlx I iiuinoj t ulu"lA, (ht Xmtr.rly and VtwteA Strtttt,) lines, tho Herald, 7 ( IM)Wl.hl, r m1,"lonf San, tlie, ter fcy m aiTenfe, Mdle fn'lr 84 per rrnt lican at bna Oommttteo meaiiH '"." . "j,CM. linr,i, Hi. HICKMAN, ?i .". . ?...J . - - - A'J, PM.f 'I fAM.t.V, A'J'. wi'iii inu ivvriiiii;; roni, inc JlWKMAiY, KEHTUCKY roiveifiroiiinia wrMnii de lickei IniRliiemi. It means n Pnctoliim .. , ..vt ... U UIIIUI( ,lUiMJaaVartl " " " '' ' ' "P I" IIlpC nicrciai Harper's M1 NiitvnecMrj to note the nnnnjn stream flowing into tho Itepubli linen, ami an persons who we Ailrertiser, Aiinviij4jlHt4lijr lT refdved a mil Miall riKhllr cnforo- - the (,r?,ia,l! m'-lbeukly, nml a inunber oP wnidlor lho C. tine nil prnom talliDf lo comply rjllllS IIOUHK HAS ItKCENTLY I1KBN ei'lfcielaiork ef ovtr)llibg usually lepl exposed to Uio disease havo puii Kidhure the can campaign client from tho papers aro fnr iMnvnlmwi and;pt.M-.t;.io- U',r I'"" hi Her ucl notice, OVALKH ! and a campaign for ed the fourteen ilay limit, 'ihci t. Ulietl up for tke artiimiuotUtloii of In a fa'iy ot the cMcibo" ronan- nrumtupm and lhe traudtng public ffcn atrraittn.- !F;iimlv Qvocorv- Y'MUiiu uihi, iasi anil all the'tiu-- in n.rn.nj; a.tf Mr loathe people protection, iu which lies will bo is no epidemic ot any Kind pre Italian ani Amrhican Marum erally. Cteftii rooina, nlceU'l, andnjuare HriUiii),aniU "Uh the raUnny anil nicntv. or'aniz,itinn ocrfoct. aud! vailing here MONOMKNta, TOMll awu orave IWeryilihiK fnh nrv, dean and cheap. Should any cnidem. A committee of ihecolore-- people wore rncalii L'liaranlecd tit nil who Mop llli every modern method of making lo or contagious disease appear before Ilia Council aiklnr for a rriirw-,il coullnuoto run the STONKa. 1HI. Mitlonal Ueiliocrillio Travolii. nifii hIII And tuo bell of ntlvu- Mao, the cmTuly or putohnslng votes will be used. here tho fact will bo of tlio agreement formerly made with pnlfSH book for 188S Will bo AVINU In aloek, a fins lot of Amer Oat iu until a wni.tMUroj Will promptlt refrreoco to their cetntirry Krounl( Hon nt our liouf, Of all aliont ten davs. Tio book Is ican ana Italian .Mar Me, I an pre- """w for a ail ptara on ihf Uckt idnno the Pennsylvania politicians published, Tho wild reports tliHt men wm reirreu 10 me oornmmee on In ndditlon, we carry a full line of limtclafa tho retirement xurc-j- . IV llol. 1 Imn "IK C( IIOl pi , .... '! !.1 l..w.t ie-Kiaie- r . Krlevnner .. In mi......w' Mil.o rerci7Pu Cameron, Mr. Quay hasof Simon IlllVO gOUC out are doing our tOMij propoilifona Rowland 4ked lhe Coiinotl FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, und linte eeeurej nAleo, a haVcr. Krcsh myredid All all orders. Call and examine IMI llll II. J bread cadi Uy. "le work been the u great injustice. Hesncctfullv. the Private Seeretary at h"f Mr J It ,"" "". I"?'' lo which wchivpe aiiciitlon. Our prieea BXJTOHEJR, Orders from the country promptly Ii. airm most nstuto. Iio has iutlexible V BSitlfc ,i will irouse W. 0. Tatom. to releaio him an hondtman from Sue of ire m lovr ha thu lovrmt. filled. hrca'h- - purposes, a clear fJ njftiinl rat llyan, rvferred lo commll head, is cool, nn chillcBSrlbe market In thlilUo. Al leal onnteretinK and vnliinlilcMm; il.. .J . f lee ou piopoiUIom and eripf.mco. so, a political matter. Col. Lamont ImR tfmt rrcutzl wrkhifmB. rMinllcaii of and yot quick, not easily deceived DO Tho uhildrcus' musical enter nsrsn gvn ai imstolh, by surface currents, and not the gorio to McfJrawsvIlle, N. Y.,,!,,r,y ti1' '" itatira Ut, i..iml i" the by lo enforce wnero ms family is Huiiimerlng, "Klii nrf,hnu,l nr.on tl.Pm l.v il. Urnew man to throw away money in use tatiiment, given by Miss Maude The City Mariiial Ii directed punn iucoimecth.a. AVajconi, T'otim, Uuggiea Misses Hattie '" ordlnanee against firintc und KjIcx gang less quarters, Tho danger to the MoirlH, UHRlsted taking with him a Urge amount of L'nKlclt ii tut buy oivkntothb .. .. (nriiiirtiifi iimiia r n.. WKixm. m i...... o n mt ikiu i &e, for Inn' Giro 1,1, .miasm ..i.IaI. wnnin in auimr Republican Presidential ticket lies ;"' tin Notick iaund of Fullsu on eiVrrr a..v a i n V!?.?'1"11 10 fix "I fi' tho ff book. uoll I nm ILeot tf.V-H.VMore lock, of II. McConuAric, a wealthy lu the fnct that Quay prefers pro. Mdlo the tariff will bo t!ie lead-mCounty. Ky , lhal n poll vrlll l o)nid ul T eitien and Democrat of Ooiiun-bilfi- , tection, oven to party, and may :,iuln ui?, ' l U ",H",ct,o I nanw,nJ hrUg thorn before ihw uiiy vntlnjc plncr in Ilit? rouniy.nn the varloiM feat u ro of the work, yot a T Ir A T ,,r i,,l0 tho Ind.. irUi. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Oth) Klltbr MONDAY IN ATUUdT, (iho crisp, brief and comprehensive n bank in Iiiir denoRitPii A4' 000 in give inoro attention to Congres. !,mn UH ; .'lorrw, a hnst Hick ionn fur Ioti. Council adjournal of (he Voter at to lake Iht thnt citv, uhlch ho wish- flional distiicts than to clcctoial ZU was very pleas statement will be made of tho re es Fulton County, tiudr r an Act to provido lo hot on tho election.' No votes, Iio is u dangerous oppo tint ntlair, the littlo folks boiu Atn', W.I, lorm and cconomv instituted and for IcvyiiiK a mi and working the public McCL'TCUKN, (J.C, royally entertained by their youu & roul In Fulton Count. Al add election worked huccchsYuHv by the Cle ve- wants to bet $1,000 thnt Cleveland ucut. Ii.MxH tlut llnmt hostess. Tlio amusements of the pill carry Indlniiii. and another the ipieilhui will Ihs proptundel to racfi M.NTUCKV BTItCKT il""! Admluistmtinn. Ahhiii'I iimj. t O.I Tho evening continued until n reason nn: iu:rii.M2. HUra oonstantly on hand for hire voter. Aio you I'or or Against lhe lloai! deuce to MiKtnin tills statement yi,uu innt he will ho elected nblo hour, tho young people ImIii Tax" nml l ho ote recorded according lo and enle K,'0HBE8, will bo indiflputable and conclu-f.ive- . rinl. Meek, a uealthv oitlzon of X , AUTIChK ur, York Hun j W. A. SHUCK, anincr. loath to break tho many rounds of hcymonr, lud., Iihb 52,000 ho wants IIUOOIKR and HACKS. H he rifl Fulton County person or pernna wlm fio. I. "iny Tho betting still remains two to pleasure. to hot iu the same wa. They havo lUvlnK urchaied lhe stable, horsei '! 1o I'NmiihI (flidiarge or ehaot o!f nny ituri, jiIf. aUII ouo in favor of Cleveland and and entire outfit of W, II. Plummer no lhe city, Tin: Uepublican claim that thc lot, or oilier fire arm, within r properly, we p'epoto to continue the business, nnj Thurman, and against Harrison Yiii.i.mr pkviji atmiip waxii, In fJefeiiiiti of pereon will carry New York Is not h.nf.L- f icepthe fined for each eHtnio not Use oliclipalronaje' Tkrih: iRical danger of and Morton. That is about the rltill And get your Ulackemlihlng and genera) Wahhinotoiv, Jnlv 10. Tlio going Itepuhiienn oh the genenil puullo sentlmentaH to tho en y reason or llgures. Of the id 4 i iwn nor mora Ihtn ilKieeu dollar. " i I V 15 J I I M A rP It I A T Kcpalring done ut Sriuiiio Hospital IIiiiohiiIh inform. Mato ticket, owing to the defec- probability of tho voting on No- - -- ' ow elections licit since 1K17 8w IS "Any prreon r peraona who fjord ilullvcreil to any part of Ihu City m of tho arrival nt Ship JhIiiihI tion toward ... .nut ni : l i.liil' pl.ica. or oauia to h pUoed, In any a,. . i i & 11 T. prob-nniTn,lortinid tho vemher u. times jiuey nave carneu u Ouarantiiio Ktiitlou. MiHslnrilnpl, anu not nt an s nco iSHi. "i. nt llifireel, alleyi, or puhllo icronrnl W. ( Corner 0 Obion and EtctwHf Strttts,) of tho Nnrwcginn bark Mngnolls nio iucrensed Prohibition vote, D1ESTELBLUNK ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KnpiihHcau National AiTDiTonllKwiTTand Adiutanti Democratic sentliaent conthm.: f.'VT' any tillli, train, elop( oful, .; from Uio Janeiro. Tho Captain . KY HICKMAN, Committee hnve determined (Icneral Hill are now lu Wa8hiug.!to grow iu tho cities, while in the .Hiwhoreeornr(oroHnelremaiiTnrihiiir! IIIQKMAN - KENTUCKY (hiod Work BtKock.bottoiu Trlcw. My nud four of her crow tvt ffom to mnkea Kentucky's war, rural strongholds thu Itomihlinni. .iihr io aheht ftremell), iimil he lined M'riouaandhot llglit for tou to settle yellow fever afler lcning Kio, epace .. inotlo, lonUbiuluwaonlruitcd in v oimIaiilIi chiimcuougn f.lnt.ii ,i.iif iiu li'wl jii I tl Afin - mn ov luunij Hill nil ii pi1 (Ii lV II not U lb11for1" nAr lnor0 lnai l"iy" NOtrouble lot namf nil arllclf, but no ..iiiin. n rtniiiot ..u . w... ... , , vi Tin! vowAe! vi In detiiiiicd ut "Horo heaia,J nhow KOodn, ach ofTuuBt. CoT 11 ITI. HUnK naifvlnltrl8 dollars talliHreire 4 nm mid PrnhUiitlonletH uioui. uiuiiii muoninn io increasing proumutou tcndeticv t'orne and ere, til the ourner of Troy quai amine. Futtury, A cpy atteM. wp gno JOIINr.UKAY. nearly $ih0,0li0, interest and all. Jumong their numbers ineiu the HIMc. aud Myjouw Avauuo, Dil IHokrur ti, Ky . u aicuutoaisw, c. ; . 'f, IX-.,.-.,- . .'& .! Mm, .... " TiiK MOXEV JthTUSDMK - .' "i,?! J. B. MILL1M1 &SOIJ cmnucnms Hiokman, l. tiM brcak-injxlow- "" -w . ARCHITECTS and lr I tM-lt-- .t - lall-f- tpt. builders, Koatuolsy. W(-- - U I -- Chi-w- ! I -- pic'-iani- hard-workin- g I Look at This Knt-.M'f- a - Chi-nes- o mH t J. w. a H NI fM-- t n Courier Job Office. HICEMAE BJil Ki HK'Klin. kv. CAPITAL, Proclamation ? 1 rr jn-- r C-- l "st I mucli-bore- d fcrr'-nouuV- 1 .'v e dnr IL ci-- 'm . I .. . 111 .... "Di. O a. a. - parts f,.'.. . - . I . I ft I i wray-- a e & Co, ". Wlielli-reeentl- y 111 ..... ni-n-n 1" i f v,:.. ,1,1," ZJ,l, 1iJ ii i' fni i Thi'SS niftfii Ton-hav- e ... .i ...... "'""'. ...... 1?'"' ," -- !.! Y-A- " tp-ui- r . "'I . rr ! 1 . k a. .?-- u. p-- r v ill .! ii.i liSS:;;:: PP-- SAW AIILL 3Foxnd mc " Sale Sewing Machine. Nn-aCIAIrY.-G- a 1 111 a a Oi-ii- . 0J,Jn k-,'"- o;!; &,..' f' ",: Vffi" I M --- hw.ui r""". '" iLm A P' " ''"' Hw"i fi I 1 ;, , r a HEltTWECK. BALTZEK & CO. OLIVER' -- fe I -- I ..... H. CV3 wIu-i- i to-nig- court-hous- viin (!, g l.l,. ! 1 1 a run HICKMAU WAGOIT, 1UMAGE, n i !H o 33 "L UOIII-i""- c l .T .r'. m .,''"'""'I' VV I I U W ' W II s, t- B.i u- i jaM-- . 1 - be-,l- ;ity it.iki;n y, .. l i XZ LWtfuZti l SHOP, mt-yS- UGLASS BROS ThaMton-llaiamnr- " '"'"'. n- -l Ids'! m m in " ijvkhy ntahm;, (1,1 Election Notice. Tui-Pivra g Joha Witting GROCERIES Fakis Paiikek, el City Ordinance. takers.-lConiier-Jo- urnah I1T Ten-nesHc- o - HICEMAIT! 1 . - o H.A. TYLER J. F. GEAY'S, uiarM-tf Cum-psig- n Family Groceries. 1 ii- II-- -.. 1 D fl o t Oilifn-PuruH- uri- r 1 VliHaJHaWHaVaHaYaVHalaVaVaVaVaVHHIaVaVi m rt mi v kV m . ja j fr ora tor, spoke In Hicikman, Friday last, in the day time and again nt nAT,JMr' : " Vo didn't hear hiin but night the comment of some prohibition-ist- s bupposr vor AT rX' II Ji In sentiment size him up n a -. OLt) ItKLIAHLP. 11 gjui of small Calilier, of tho T ,vaHcty, and veiy AJI&JD SO 3VEUST OXJR' Wo nro told scattoiiuz at that. FAMILY &ROCERYi nyc t It fr t he abused the Republican 3a: 2r, i " "" party some, and tho Democratic ? -r m:H'ii;AUTi.iiH ion v vr?- 'i party a great tlenl, arrogating to t SSftB B iiimsclfand moomentuJI that is .S OTJK. IS TOO good and pure and excellent In Jr Walches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Goods, &c ...... srof k ok shelf aki heavy ,oots. also, a kulu 33xiy ono Como A.rouiid 3Hlognnt life, andto nil that is corrupt and wrong the two old parties, and le aM'Mi,nlir Tiikle of tfruM UiliurMl rc && Charc. particularly to thnnu Who happen l'V 1 H i 2 ril'HTtUl.tirf JWNLHt. to bold ollicc. Our oxnerkneo if! e that those gentlemen who picteud "J to bo so superlatively good "too film 3TrjT TVT J iTi TP3T utterly too, too puie,' will bear lie closest kind of uatclilupiand M M the same is truo of political par 55A rf. :?n A corrcHiionduut wiitcn to an " v: -- ciV' ties. Tho Prohibition campaign l I'trliiiugi a fuIlowK about tln SOTiS- rA "ft. ? . in Kentucky and Tennessee thru roitj Hiinuii'F. AX l -s- V S fe a well known plnnt: "I tlowvr of season is nearly over, year is so clearly and unmistakaWe are nuthurlitd to announce T. 11 ilinvovert'il a tcuiei1 for sxzrn 4J& AU vim bly in the iutrirst of Harrison JOHNSON', m n onidtdato fur Ihci iifliee of have It Iihh ruriMla uuuittcr Our prices BlieHfT of I'lilton (guilty, TJcciUu In and Moiton and against Cleveof ciiHi'B after tlicy hat! comaicnc Auiiil. land and Tliurninu, that no ninii of will vacate preni- mitl tlio W, J. etl bleeding at tlie !uup ordinary intelligence, can fail to We ac auth'irfced to Announce WINHI'KU). Jk. na candhl.ttc fur the Iiecllo JluHh whs nlrcmljp on (lie see it, and of course, wo take it a ises Call (iiRof Mwrlff of Knliou count. ICIpo churk. After tijIhglliiB remedy that their public speakers of inown satisfaction, I liavc tlou nnt Austin to my telligence know nml intend such effect and result. For a Prohibi vi.kuk. riiirrir rotritT aimoiinc 0. 8 ttinngJit tti.it philr.r.lhropv rcq:;lr nil llnil f nlinnM Inl it lm kimtrti Wa are authorUed f tionist, who is conscleutlouidy 1SPTITUT10N ha Jirt Hoed ono of iu moal eueceastdf (JtnlnM "lUMJ.N, mn in IhMt inr llir lotlio world. It Iscommoii mii.inrH.TTIIB LA1tOSTAMJ such, wc havo the o'ueerest re rnillS next term Ht begin AUQUHT ttQtn, 1SS. oinc of Cltrk of (ha Kuliiin Circuit len, fiteeped Htrouply And tuceM I spect, but in nu election thus .1 year.TIie 'MTicttnvrHmL$ii In the t'onynnn School liranchtR,. Latin; Ut(eV, Uer&aii, I'leeOon In Angut nU Court? cued with coffee Hnirjyynidnmjd I mado up, when it is kuewn that KiKVitfriflMlMHMRirtnatiri. Hook Keeping nnd (ho ?c!euccju w Mre authurlied lo Miinonnee W. I freely. VoflTig Oovcrninciiniild but dm. cither tho Democrats or the Jtc McCUrCKKS si candid! for CJerk of mid kept 2 Oa rvirlniry PuplU, per Month publicans will carry Kentucky, he lb I'uUfta Circuit Court. Kltctloti In cood, dried in the nlmde ;; oil , , Turnox hiitermmate riipliK, r loniii hi dean bags. The medicine inimt who votes U lessen the Demo t 0( novsv: emtio vote, practically votes the JA!ilvnnreiil'uplU, per Month elusive BEST ASSORTED STOCK I'roju'felor of Iho Only bo coiitltiiiiMl from lliroc to n , to ttio nature inontliH, ncrorilhi Republican ticket, and thereby ipIlT lj In the CY. B. of tlto ilincnae. It in very j;ooa ptoclaims Hint ho prefers the suc- for tliu blond vcMeln nUo, It In the City, (lie Laired iViVw ami cess of tho Republicans. In all courtesy to such persons, personthe Jm Ihcj? for tlio UOn IbUI yOUl tl.ni MMend of taking nwny thn ally, can there be any other con -.II. ,nnkc(! B0Hl1 bJ0011 Wheat clusion! Wo nssumo that their I you inoiiev. arc ut 1IIMII tillHI UIKl'H IHII.'lMUUIlUini Il t public speakers nro men of tUt me. want it, Ui" It in the wlwli of tlia intelligence to know tlie CATTOE, KElTTTJCBLTr writer that every perfodiiMi In tlipf purpose, and understand tho efH. M. MAXWELL. JuMJHf 1IA Till: TAIMJlT LINE Ol' t'lmni fect, and lienqo regard them in should pul . this campaign only as Avill close ElUSOK-8Goods & Tho melon-colidays have ucucut or speaheis, and not as Pro- H ST Trfr come. hibitionists. Tho effect of the A Snfr lnrilinrrilf movement in Kentucky is so plain - NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &c, &- QE kiur.s m.i i:it: ljnTO, MITII Oil None wlilcli W LMinrMitcvd tobrii'f roil that wo imagine hut few Demo-ciatfft'ifnctory rfiltii, or In rae f filtirp n M'ttttMMMFfi, iTiioeT4iii,t ret Mr it of I'lirclinie prlft. On Jim afe no matter what their tern goods be sold EL JJ JT peranco convictions may bo, if MFHAiiiilnMorrln.ofniirno. V". ?."n V"...1""O!.,r?n'..l"'r. " I'W .:... 1Hipiih. I'mcitiii IJOIHI IT. IIHK r i wi. t they really "refer tho success of .mo., i..iimiiK.iirn.l. J in vi jr lorVniim.tlon. ii the Democratic over the Republi- That lie has ever carried, ami nt PBICSS as LO as Iho LOWEST. Iti " or la trine trllcf hi vry cim, wlitn u! r can ticket, can bo induced to thus any rUtiiou of llirual, I.tin;t cr hwt v A, u 1 ivrW.il OUR STOCK aid tho Republicans. There is no ta,awptljni InHammftt V'rii wnirTBN r.r'acJixTFr; " MVi:PU0'' n,t lttuncliitu, Allimii( H Ii n of is gone. Co nc ht HI liiAHLt "jibing, .piuj: 11 iiaii,ii such issuo as "Prohibition" hi tiic Crotiis ric le It l pliiiit nnd and Cioinnlele at all l National contest, and not a sauo can MiR Komi .InneB, of Union 8nraw to tite. ,r'fcliy wff mau in tho Uuited States who be- He docs not fear to comparo prices with any ono; and, in fact, IiW l,,w0,vl'p"','i upon Tfi uaiu timea anil City, is uniting Misa Ada Clark.' lieves that tho Prohibition nomi- Stock is complete in every Depaitmcnt. invito your inspection. &T Call and c.xnmino his goods before buying elsewhere; nees have tho slightest chanco of Memm. Frank J. Dean and G. success, but all admit and know m'.xt noon to ii. M. MAXUTI.IS. OurSlockot CLOTt t IAV to uuiv HnrrlH Hldon, who havn been We 1st v. House that t he fight isbotweontho lis! npcudliij; the summer in tliirt city, Republicans, and henco UKiiu for the ne v. let one and all have the manhood J. AMllKIUi'SSOXS. !,mvo oipmized n fine Drammic -- Ono of our rxchangPR Vaccinate. (Company for tlio load, to bo known to choose between tho real conan articlo entitled, IIow to The Stundnrd pay that thrreUH the Duiu & Hldon Co., and will Put your promises in order. testants. Lie when Asleep." If it would 5 EiHRS.JBNNIBGARDNEB, N n prospect of n cottou mill at play the larger cities through the Head tho Council proceedings. teach some people how to keep MAKUlrlK South, already belnu booktd in 1'aducah. from lying when awake, it would Look out for the sanitary commnny of the ptinriplc cities. The ijiAXaiii j- In (Ms cuntrv near Ihi city, at the res tf, nx S. then be doing a public service. 2 Ci.oriiHur ll Icomnauv uill contain ubout four- missioner. m uiisaAnr idriift'of Mr Jo Urotliertrn by Uev. it iron iinnnln r linn (intact lintiit nt Some of our principal streets M Klnj Mr. W. i Duly to Mlu llanleit A farmer to keep up with the Mr. H. 0. Hniley, of Hlinron, hpn uiUKlcmus mid an orcheMra of Wlabcrry. times muht keep his eyes open, in aio being tieatod to a new coat of ienn., spent Saturday and buuilay ..i.i.t nniin-ti- ...v. u..i.ufii.ii,.trmin In Ibis dlr, M the " will. ,K"' ivmiinMir no other field aro there moro hn gravel. s- last in the city. nsMencc of Ihc brides grand mrfiil, loi me, iinest uuiflelauH trnf-hngprovementa being made than in t Prof. II. 0. Caldwell, principal Mr. and Mrs K. Ore, Wet Ili'knmn, A Ouuplotc Itrvolutlon jThey hae engaged the celebrated farming operations. The success- oiGIasgow College, Glasgow, Mo., onTuffdsy evening, 17th Inst , by Eld. lactieHR, oculist and danpense, ful farmer of to day will not be the irisitiiig old T. H. Wrtpsencr, Mr. C F. Hoehn and In the Clotliinir tnde, nt friends at Hickman. .Mtfcs i.mma dates, or IIohIoii. now MiM Molhe Thomas. successful farmer of ten years Mfl.il J. AMiuiiurssoxs. phn ing an eul:ai!ement h' St tho city ordinauce, from now unless he changes with The bride Is a daughter of he IftThil honlH.aU'l hernppoit will iV'flrst in this issue, regaiding the IV DionmJk who, for nnny yer. was con the times. rr Mr. Dick Monro after an ab- class, Tlio company willp( ' the leckless discharge of firearms, nected Willi the cocRiiiti oince: and tiic &? sence of several weeks, has re troom a v"iff min well and favorably soasoii at City Hall, Aug. in if for o frTJu8t leceivod, another large muting nuisancer, S:c. turned to the eilv. known to tM commumly one week, appearing each nt .lit in and beautiful line of Hats and There m h larfte roucoiirw of friends ii:!!:;, Fancy !!:::':, --, bvcry ucmocrat slioiild nn al the wcddlnr. nt.i'.vitln'nndlnif the In Honucts, at Mrs. Jones' Millinery ,i,,OH a new pl.iy. We hope the ci xeus Arvuri.ffTi: MM.r of iUckmnu will give the Uazaak. ttliom you aro suro to sver to rollealI noxt Wednesday element wentlicr all lh glonni .tnd good send olVby Ulllug the oiiro TnnUliiag at lliecnlntnea door where It will cost every prison that find something to please tlio eye, iiiglit. Kentucky expects every KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, Co the sunMilne of liapplneM peejKMl from isits the Kentucky penitentiary tahto and purse. Como and luavo Democrat to do his duty. Min U.zIo Hrlm, of Kennott, each night. dninly Uawer snd ratiiaQtly hone Mo., ift viaiting relatives In thlai an entrance Tee of Mc. except! your oideis. It is rumored that Charlio ecrj he countenancoof the relccl awm Uviii .Mrrlt ln. county. utwou uu iph i cuui u.-- i irgub Neacham will bu appointed police- hly Kvery one wan deeply Interested, fir Wodrwircto nay lo our citizen, Ut for Wn null lm iittniilmn P Itm breakeis had nil were reUtlvex or Intimate friends Xew wi tcii i:s or vi t. HtKttxaAvrs yir wt li.nr mn wMIitf l)r Kin ;.stnV TSoXAeS tliatawtfid prerlsh pul,ilo (0 Ui advertisements of man. If so, yo law eyes skinned. CnnrahilatloiiR and rood wishe (or tho l)iiKowry fur t'onMihiption, lr better keep your . FURNITURE. croM, or trouMi with ! hrlhi ami happy onng cotiplo were I FURNITURE, j . r i.i ,..i hew At J'U, llucklrnV Arnir Htvc echcetl from every direcifon. Mav they Minuy The Ulvoraud Harbor bill now atn Kletre UtU'r. nml Iinve nn liin Htonncli iuc, iwfiriini; j 'una, or city. It will bo to every man's in rimrlio is a hustler. r.11 tho happtnes they Anticipate, Disorders, can n rellerrtt KM. Waggoner has gono to rcillr ilmt mnmtutn to f(M)(MHK, and it U ilUd rtiifiHi IliMt r nn onco by Iho harrgivtrnmieh nalTt'Mtl ftAiinrHdi . o at contains uamg Ackcr'a Uaby Soother. torest lo give them u careful pe- Tiptouvillo to assist in a piotiact-c- und mnVe life a complrU sucefm. still being tinkered with. It no Opium or JInrpMs, rusal, as their goods aro of tlio old friend. da not lie'lut to guarantee thm evrry henco It Bftfe, Trlco meeting near that place. There whdiof nn i'3 cents. Bold by Mine, mid Atint rcattjr to rtliu iH best quality J. NWCOWGILIi, DruiKt, us low as the and their prices nro will, probably, bo feerviccs at tlie H. In IhU cltr, on the iSlh Inst, by fiev, s Ju M Kih, ;'urearc rrirr if ait'slic'crr lowest. DHALEHS ILiplistchtuchus usual on Sunday I) Scoev. Mi.Twbi. V.MrvU tu Mm. IX tbrlr i"t' IliCAt rvmtlh4 If vou want to see low prices on lint fnlhnr grtMl tMtpularitv imrijf p lintp A total eclipse of tlio moon won lnir good CLOTIIIXU, fun ilmji in Our free school per capita is will occur on next Sunday night, SiA by J W. t'owlll, lmiUl. tiusii'ti: or iii:sikct. A relentless war is being and examine our gnnds ntid prices. nuriu. 2.0.1, which is 15 iuHt., and will be Untitle liero increased to a moro than last vear. If our uii?ed upon all unmuzzled dogs! forAathe token of respect and appreciation J. AMiitiitirssoxs. Farmers, as a cIars, tub' k too Iietwccn tho hoars of nine and cents mrmory ni our deceased friend, State wealth keeps on increasing found running nt huge. Cotmtivj Mrrt Cnntle Jones Luton, who died Julr little o( a holiday, and thirA etoeii o?elock. nhrny A good Democrat proportionately faster than our people would do well to leave 7lh, 18SS, the l met and Ion a much votes the ticket nt all times and often toowould bo plodding dogs ut ieotutfnnii: IHCKM.W, KKNTUCJtY. farm. It better tusrork ttcvvOY RVopv Nights Ii tho!Vu"ll,rollcl11 (,rcnVl reVenr8 their to town. homo when they ndoptul ihe followingtdeoscd our ltcivenly IViiKKCie. Il bos under all circuuiKtanrc. can 1)0 taught ton couio complaint of the harder for some mouths and then f monsanas Father In Ills all wine providence to refuuenng AHE OFFLniNO all grade ef Vlaln, Medium ami Fine Furniture M greatly tlie tiik riNrr i.ir I of Hi v i i i3M' tako n week of recreation inwny Baiaptlon.Gouelis,(te. irom Astama, von. UIOIKIIB IHO vear iromfrom OtatO mote from our midst our beloved friend DM you over 'try' I I hell) reJuced pnvn. M'e carrv a full line, at atl timea. of local sua Tho first train on- tho Troj ant! flstcr; therefore, irom ine larm huh us auxieiies, Acarru rncun lieraeuyr ii is mo best tn. without ativ Til 1AM3 T ('KMV tuuLisatitrs ....;..!.. iipion vino raiitoau was inn CIIAIHS, tO"hEnSt TAMES, BURtiAVSt AViv7(. That In her death Iho rVASi3TASDS, WAUDROJIKH; " " "I"..":"1"'111 to worfc moie lciHurrlr ami preparation known for nil l.n! Twhi.Im j 77 Tuesday, hetvvecu Kives and Troy. rTiT ,"". Inn lost a fitihful menbwT and I.ofwii of ter:,jCVcr ho luiiinriiosscil at all. sold on a poshlvo Kuaranteo at l()c. 60c. CHAMBER SETS MATTRESSES, SPRXOS, $,t Misonia Trams will now bo run semidaily, teacher IliQ community a good and kind Tlio Fultoniau of tho 1,'UIi Inst, Valley, My., Is vlalting friends and There aro faimeis, it Is Hue, who And wegnorantre our priced to he he lowcat J.W.COWGUiL, Diuggist. (llc in trial and be convinced. says that Cnpt. J. W. lllytho, who coutiL'ctintr with tho Chesapeake hearted neighbor wc cannot adequately relative, in thin city, this week. havo never earned a holid.tj; but headquarter! on UXltERTAKER'S dierount all Stir Knotted That . iigiihir tudns. ct litlon inWe arcline. We rarrv a Inge line of Wooden 000t)St and Burial Cuira.comj and Metallic Tho county court of J)rer t,:la uetMI "l ban crauclsco several this nutnllit irt fii (nr iln lirnl m! tiff u 1ip thorn nro others who work enily pii.vi:u pi.vrr.n .Mvr.i, rn:m,; ami late, and thrsu are t IrO men county has ordered that tho rail mouths looking after his immense ''TllO iztll has hen laiuilvnml relatives. Yet. while we mourn ttT iUpalrir.g and Job Work a specially. ' NCt)ON enjor that perfect rest that HltTTMl l(MM, Hi n ft lft M.f who would bo better foi a few roiiil fiom Humboldt to tho Mis fortune, icturned last Friday. Tho revenue at last," says an exchange, hr h Ii l IM'I Hu llt'll 01 noa idays rest now and tlieiu Tin ro is sisaippi rivor bo exempt from tax captain returns encouraged nnd tt uavinpiicon tllscovcred that a ";;'e" lynepeopit a Sibbathrt hoil. IhHwe.a ation for ten years. jcxiiresses tlio opinion that It in rnl nosed .". nml a,ln'00".1nro1antalii ft ittitwui luM In tlio ileum ol our A western court has decided far too littlo interchange of ideas only a question of very short time more It UljliL'llil ; found together Mter, who wan endeared to in by her that people may try onions, even between farmers in different dis Mid K'roiK rpialitlea, ir seal nnd K ffww 0f lu0 gooJ things of tlils when ho will come into possession tluu iedheaded girls and whito if It U dikagioeahlo to their ncigli tricts. Local visits and gather-nro earnea'ners In the dioharj;o of herchrU ings arc useful lo a certain oitcnt, alono on account of aro fcorrowfully let o( tlio vast estate left by his rob horses. liars. tinn duty her kind mil allecttonate cotir Dyspepsia, Acker's Tlie wheat crop of this connty aa h member nf tbe church and wrhrol, nnd but a wider knowledge and Obser- DyeHsla Tablets will euro Pyapepsla, alive. noi.n pix' h, m 9 belli; rapidly threshed nnd The Iorl thnt her rhi-- will mJai her. vation Is absolutely esfiiNiti.il if inaifrcsiion ana constipation; sola on a BVuusaAinrs. IK(MITIIK joi,ii:. itv. tho farmer would broaden and en positive guarantco at 23 and CO cents, by and thoielil is snrprisin-1- ) gave, and Iho Jx)rd huth taken aw iy, II. A. Markwick, Golden City, Tho prospects nro now that largo bis gnod; in fact, it far exceeds tho blesed ne tho name of the Lord ' of agricultuio and J.W.COWGILL, Druggist. Mo., wiites: UI havo tried your Metotetit, That thwe renoln copy there will ho a largo melon crop or lire. ideas most incttation or ,,.. of our farm- - IIoiih lie recorded a on the ofminutes ef the lias a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Ifnitlunr raised this year, and thu averago r,. rt i.i Tho Young Mens Democratic C. C. C. "Certain Chill Curo" and mi ali r., at 0.X1?P11ICK. and thatthe vcrv lowest the m:rkei xnu inri;io iui nuiyUUill Sunday hoIioo). that one le f nt lor iitib'i which small boy is happy. llur3IriiM Arnlrn Mhr Club of Fulton, nt its last meet find it truo to tho namo "Certain" wero never better. catlnn In h (UirulMH AdvocAle anJ the jtistlllci A goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. Tint l!i:r Sai.vc In thu orM f(r Th'm, ing, pasHcd a resolution inviting as ft cured mo of oiiiIIh and fever iiiCKinjri uuiiKNt nnu i"Hi a uujijt oilI llrulMM, Hnrr. IMrrr- lHitiIlkBiJc colored voters to become mom. aftor all remedies failed." Witr-- i !.. nU... n.A f...tt kf il.u Report haviiii obtained that o..l Sitje. Tter. Cltuml Iteduccd to vorv low price, at ntutcd harmless and so nleanaut mu'iinvbeisof that Club. mall pox was prevailing nt A j t'orn, nd all 81. (o fCoipUf to tho tasto that any child will n City, tho Couuivu Is mi J.Afl!KIUSSONS. kCommUlea. thth cure I'IUm. or uo pavrMulrf It' izod by good citizens of that ( i tVVrC, ! Children. They are os. take it. Sold by J. W. Cowgili, ioj;ie lerivct MtUitiiton AtW rjlOMAS, J Druggist. Mr. Gus. TIiomiiR, of tho U. or money rtfuniled. I'lhw U5 cent er juneUlMm place to pronounce tho report nn K. mail Horvier, made a short run ax. Tor Halo by J. W. I'tiwetll. Dru-L- C)Ids, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, nje. Seo card of Mr.Tatoin in o guarantee etc. Acker's English V. 31. A. gUl. homo Tuesday to attend the ltemedy a poMtlro euro. It saves Tlio Young Men's Christian As thh Issuo. hoars of anxious watching, of his slater. goM by Thofo ought to bo two voting A good, competent malo teach COtintrv odltnr vnnnm fnr sociation meet at their Hall rvery J.W.COWGILL, Druggist. Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock, tho "gingorbrend his mother mado or wanted. Lor further iutorma ("CHEAPEST! boxes for the Hlukumu prcciuut. CHEAP! CHEAPER .wn WMitln !. fnrtv vnnva nn. ttmi fwltlrnco IT l.A ....,. .iAnl..n. ..., ... Voters are too much paokod, jam Tho union City Anchor Hmlnni.iiif (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Street) n. m. nKAm.KV. nhm9n nrt.. JIIUII, 111. "V ' hIi1aumi1ii in MUIH UIpm- - .,.., That is the way wc sell all of our mod, and delayed, and i ilose rrn.w i,n av v..... .. (IIU JWUIIU III III? )l (Mwl iibviliitj Spring Clothing. Try in! Jlj-scrutiny or illogut 'votes ohVred?1!10" I,'!1,01(,' UUIIb illlVO COIIHOII i. t I'i.mo lintl. l.iillo niiHn. CI tV lin clinii ii ticn rfii,I(n l.,1.7 Hichman, Ky, Aiuciior.lntlopendent ... cannot bo mad inwtnH J. AMHRIlfrSSOXS. nion, are cordially invited to at- - Ho will find them quite as hard! in uo MiDiisncti ni union i;uv. teniitneso meotlngs every Suntlay TO CONTRACTORS. fusion. Few precincts liavlni' so uunranio us giugerureud made! Remember tho meeting of tho many voters aro restricted (o one with McDowell and Ilensley as niternoon. ny years ago. "131118 will berecelte.l by John Witttnr. Democratic Club at City Hall next bov. There arc aomo rcaBoiis for editors, with new STOCK, out nnd out. Mae, fitylhtb RKiS for UUi OUlijCOl lor next Minuay-- Un A m11 !mrhnnftU nnnm.na. Chairman of ho Street (omiuHteo of JUSTOrrCH). pAtrunigo Mollclttd. Wednesday night. Lot every Dem- Quspccting that u number of inthe illy Hlood Elixir Is tho only ii7,l"nKI,,i,,?,Cfl! c,d at Moscow, to bo given Thtirs- - Aeutie, of UicVman, for grai'ioK Mpmow ocrat attend. competent nml illegal votes aro IVVA.VA o.i jjiool Itemody guaran- u t from iHottelbrinlt h toro to !. U da L. August Good public nrown corner polled nt this bov, and as tho pa- teed. It Is n pnaltlvo curo for Ulcers, Urup Hickman. i J. 1. Cassetty, leader. speakers, pood music, &c. Tho, and ffpeclilcitiorw InofK.iM work will hel'lniiR rity of our elections is aboio a tlonsorSyphilltlo Poisoning, It purifies tho tlit fur. rur Jab. K. I'Uqua, Sco'y. muiioa t fW.i ... t lth.l lUIVII nunlUoltnn In I'll, Willi.. An ubolo Bjstcui, and banishes all llheuniatla r wo begourMiiii (1I lit. l'lbdlUII iv lllllli In - mii? tu; jerei iuu rism is Wo guaranteo It. and Neuralgic pains. iiu u. iiru , Ut 0, are PatllCd tO. ClirOniClO 77,u'irninrnnlnr.dj i iniun, l,n mn- J and fill blJi. al liPr dUorIInn. rejt any iktjwlll to close out tho Spring anil Sum- - trates to look into tills suggestion. ..... .. Hclnnr imi IIUU UViVII. J.W.COWGILL, Druggist. i. ueun oi .Mrs. Annie .. jionniu- - slon will bo u success, bo open for 110 days. tuo order of the luer otoclc. .. Tho most nleasiint ami nmi. t;oiucti Attest. son. wife of Dr. M. Donaldson, of likt UIHilliiiin tijinik. o J.ASrilEIlG'SSOXS. -IOrittcnden county, Arid, Tiptonville, Tonn.. which oceurmt , V. L McCUTCIinv. ritvCUrk. mi nu mi in in i do in ,.1 the sciHoni Democrats w III seo that visit. Jliulimsi), Ky, Jiine, 1SS. is tho Laclede lee Cream IVilor, the mgroes greatly outnumber the ul0 ltitli Inst. Mrs. Donaldson tiff Republicans und Prohibition Row Nwt. Utiey, formerly of tJul)G.h Marion is the lasteiuiiy arm uged, Ico whites riHiuiif niumi uo iue nm nisi. ior ttlicrbets, MIMc Shakes. &&. Ciimiu,! seat, just opposito Alcmnhis.county waa a daughter of tho late Dr. .1. l8l8ro provided witli comfoitablo Tlio W. Gourley, of this city. IIci fleu Ut tho meeting of tho Club WHEAT I . ..... ...i. iiipnn, wheio hoboes as a mlshiou ' i. jn : WHEAT!! WHEAT!!! ipv .,.. nuttuu i... nm urni ma in niMiLrc. vjuuiiiv tiiuiuu nun vici k. nom nn. ii.t.tii. i.,.i. A i.A.. ary fur tho M. 11 Cliurch South. wcttnesilay night, and that It is a ideasant and happy retreat, crocs, wcie recently Indicted for nmny friends, as well as to her hopassago to tlio mom tier's beucb im:am:k ix- and is receiving liberal enrour.. diunkouuess by n grand jury com. nnniir. iini.wwi,nii.. .iv..rt.,i is unobstructed. ngoinont from our best noonle. posed mostly of whites. TheiC iiv tho nhrHlntnim ki BUSHELS OF WHEAT, Tho Knights of Honor hold a 'Wanting a Fine Tailor-nmd- o MRDIGiNRS. FAINTS ID DW-STUPSuit Lemonade FIVE OKNTS a glass upon Bcc.ei notiues of uve uays' was a consistent liinlmrff. of the fur ublrli wo will inr tint huth. BRUtiS. member grand demonstration iu Louisville, of Clothes can find a large tpiautity J'WW nt CASUtiarktipru. i.Hiiuiu.uuuiiiHy.onpaiu ,ur, van in uiokcv. one nftno or ilcnth. wuh sorvml hv i..aii .. ohristian church, and had been Monday, to aid in securing tlio Wo of Samples to Mlect irom, Wo ior mauyyenrsj lundlynnd pouit luomorial homestead. Mr. J no. W. Dopot, hIII rnvlvo Wheal nt the Hickman ' Uoddhwllch, Cayce and Jord-utako your meastiro and guarantee a most proiaiumit busiucsa men f. tho leading whites. This has led Itarty sympathetic in disposition, (jowgj Vi. cubern, I)yercouuty,died,Mou. to general uruilng nnd alarm. altogether of I iokin n tho Iru d St.ilion. flio im a chance" perfect lit. lovnblo iu character, DIctHtor c5T"8acU furnlnhol from Illckuian, ckV wan n at- i iiv. .ui wiut ciiuNci ny iweiuv nan ncgrijea wero coin- and was .,!. Je2a-iCaycs, or Jordni, Kit III), J.AiiBBuaVEkiNd. loved by all bo Luo 0peS t fovcruuU tlux, ises ipellctl to leuvo. h. i; .Niu.w.joifxsox. uir i will u speech. iWUPUIiWTIOINS CAUBlMJIilY COMPaUSfofcDi'W :: :::::: jiry i -r : i " MwiS, 5Q?ipeIu5tCol IE Mr. James T. ilaibce, a "Vlieaa "Y'ou "Want &. BURLINGAMB, i a k: jv ic it. Daroaitys. jm0? STOCK m and ?..WXPl, B3EXBNS& rotTR. I 1 IjA.IOE. w i4 iD of om Custom-Mad- Suits.. Undeniable WE MEM WHAT WE T SAY ! I AiV. .1 lt .... A. Indisputable save; H. M. The Clothing Slock still too large. make Suits in hurry. and our m .,C.i. Ar present the H if g h j& and WyMh School. TOIXTB 75T. fSw ft? WKMi-KKOW- orWPiiWr I MM VAELL, cahii LOCAL NEWS. W. HUGHES, A. B. By5, I until secuVlu still)-clou- : IE3- - "VT.ILiILs. ip tn Sf!W,,,toSMITII I out my entire Stock of at deputy-Republica- n $0 CotltS tfrej Dollar. Tft must i r" I August, c 'I ' nii-- l W These by the 1st of until every piece quick s, M ikll y M Clothing and Gents Underwear Wc Will Slaughter ; hU J. GOLD s TEIN, pub-lislioa Deui-ocratsau- d ! " ? , ! . Bardajps. THOMAS-HOE- HS 1- oo H O $3 I I SSL r-- pub-lulle- d I itatioiier ,,,,, i! tsn k, I dark-ru- I 4 r ,n,itj p M l t W d W, rr STEPHENS & Ml YLER, I llii-i- r li-- nu Furniture and Undertaker's Book W J Ptinday-aclion- , 111 l,l,u Sunday-scho- ol I.. ... m icd-heade- d i m- -- I . 1 nml-nb- , RELIABLE d mat-kete- -. al ,1..-- ,. mm.1 ROWING- A SPECIALTY I gnir-iMt- ri mar-riag- o Teacher Wanted. "-- A Sei1 .... rrt. ll .. ,l l&mj Stable, 11 iihi-iiiii- i ni cmAN, ociGO-ly KENTUCKY, I -- Jk. JQisr lU:AI)Y-MAl)lWLOTJI!XGlU- in Cut KINGMAN & BOMAR. ov' - II m I. n h"tn ll.-.- t -- 11 i -- . nii-el- i . Any OxxtzT w THE, OLD RELIABLE! OIIAS. A. IIOLOOMBE, B, t WANT2D. i - typho-malarb- lpilto4 ,'4k.jiw t,, " : " ; -- , " 'VJ '" " ul jrf 'jr .. -a- Mfa-f-r,: - :JL - J ,, " s . -' -- r 'ilSSSMlHH? '"'i 4 h r" Tdh b 7 .wji&iittfc.v4:- .. ..f a. , wnwwhi -- -r- fflL. feBlii., .w. i . . . ., Fiy iii" i- V "& ' . iat ffoTBaaasasaJFrfi MfiWaBdmJliff 1 tmiaff ih 7afyTfWfaiMJaTravi ww ii jt" t1 . ' " 't " . i i ' ' ?4jw . i . nrTjCT i M J ut -- 4. . "- - ' v- a .. MpMMsaWssPM gaBBPaaa " 4 "w i - J , A JF"! ,, . rwnm TTffTMMW'layTTM iln .7 sjH-- . - IJ- u ".. i" -- -- 1 l i 3i Vtt HEY 2 i r ? e 1 I 14 i. s I HP ; Ingout; having food and raiment, let us therefore bo content." Let us all remember, If we are Christian, rlr there had a great that wo arc going after awhile, whatever unconcumstance, now they nro all alU' to have a glorBormou by Rev. T. Do Witt Talscious. Tho hand that greeted ihe Vnstor, be our circumstances now, ious vacation. As In summer we put off our mas e, D. D. and the President, and tho King ltul a garments and go down Into tho cool sea to the hand that hardened on the Imb,inl0 l bathe, so wo will put off thcso garhammer or the manufacturer'svf' Consists In llarTnr tli step into tho Tntft lfr.rilr.M docs not make any dlfTerenco nor w Qber ments of flesh, and HMtt Wght Towrl Ooil snl Mn We will look around rom cool Jordan. there Is a plnln stono above tb Th Urwncl InHucnrr of Hie He for some placo to lay down our weariness ; which the traveler pulls asldottt weed and rest Hciud or .Iriiu ClirUU to read tho narpo, or a tall shaft ringing and tho trees will say: "Como tho and earth Into tho heaven ns though to t1 llier under our shadow;" r In my bosom;" Come and sleep will say "In Gooil Humor with OurTftlmaRO1 virtues to tho skies. J say i "Uuhl while I of Dr. wan the subject and tho winds will In that silent land there aw aofV rponv ncrmon. Ills lxtvo takon Trora great men, and thoro are no rumilioK sing thro a crndlo hymn;" and hlle six the fifth vcmi of th thlrlccnlh chapter chariot wheels and there Is nevf heard stronir men carry us out to our last renting of Hebrows 'llo content with tucn tho foot of tho dance. Tho Kgyptitf guano place, and ahe come to ashes and dust to yo liavo.' IIoatdt KaU du t, wo will soo two scarrcu icei imuiuiK thlns which la thrown on the fields In If lahouM nV aoino one t "Where Is for tho enrichment of the soil U tbt dust amid the broken soil, and a lacerated brow o would pay. "At llrooklyn todayl" bending over the open gravo, hiion voice. llrlghton Hcach, or Eat Hampton, or and Lordaand mighty men. Oh,t! t ha-- , tender with all affection and mighty with "Where U New York Hhelter Hand. grin of those men If they had efrf kno"n flU omnipotence wlU tlecUry: "1 nm tho 'Where is "At Long Ilrancb." bclieyeth that in tho after ages of the wofi thoy , resurrection and the life i -- At Capo May" ,(Whero i'hllndelphlal" in Me, though ho wero dead, j rt havo been Ervntiimruno Vineyard," wouldnow tnucn. calledsow in ISoaton!' l4At Martha'a Comfort one mother with th la the t wn oi live worth vi Whore u VlrRlnla?" "At the Bulphur Ca?ar1 Who bids for It? Who csf now words. Hpringn." the groat multUuilci anything about tho AmphlctyoTtU coun "Where BEING AN ANCESTOn. from all parts of tho land?" MAt Saraell or the laws of Lycurgual Woo tumbles toga," the modern Hcthrvla, where the now bocauso Xerxes crossed ttie HellesTh I.Mftt fclUrrtnrr of All tho llleRf waangel of health Is ever stirring tho pont on a bridge of boats I Wholfnrs beIncs 11ettnfcd nn MaiiMml. ters. Hut, my friend, the largest multi cause Nebuchadnezzar thundeK it the Of'all the benefits nnd blessing which by bulncM or gates tude are at home, detained of Jerusalem I Who earn now famo may be supposed to confer upon man Among them all newspa whether or not Cleopatra marries JU tony I circumstance. kind It Is dlfilcult to think of any thing per men, tho hardest worked and tho leat ho crouches before Ferdinand! cr Bonl- compensated, city railroad employes, and face, or Alarlcl Can CromweUsolve wn,ch brings to tho honored ofniltviduai I being k satisfaction than the glory must nn the ferry master, and the police, and tho thoLngtlshrarllsmentnowt 1 tfllllam, al tens of thousand of clerks and merchants I'rinco of Orange, King of tho Neil er'ands I ancestor. l'cnthutnorous honors unproflta-No- , wftybe regarded as barren an watting for their turn of absence, and nol However much Ellznbett may ' Wc bul n lno caM) of most of them there households with an Invalid who can not bo love tho Uusslan crown, ahe mufct pass it I , n ome nred, and other hindered by stringent to lcter, ana Feter to Catherhfc and vTbatoverfant foretasl) he anticipation ha not only a man has done, circumtance, nd th great rmlMtude of Catherine to Paul and Paul to tlcunJer, the satisfaction of actual nvhievtuiieul, people who stay .it horAe bo well LceuoM puts and Alexander to Nicholas, more cause they like home better than any other the German cepter1nto the hatd of Jo but ho mar enjoy tho hope, merit or lea may bo tangible, that soma time his place, refusing to go away simply because seph, and rhlupcxnnjts down oenltcd ana uuo crrau no given to mm It Is the fashion to so. Ish throne to let Ven mbbuu wa nn iiuusu i i posterity, althoupn mi contempcriri Vth Ua wanon, When tho cxpres of Aragon, house house 0 K it his meed of praise. In tho caoof mountain of trunks directed to the Cats-Vll-ls Rtuart, houe of B os cent, however, the men who appreciate or Niagara, goes through tho streets about evcrv thing clsn. m vtus in i tho fact that they are founding families i:r we stand at our window envious and imthis: 'Tho fashion ofthiswor passeth aro so few as nol to count In tho argument; patient, and wonder why we can not go as away " while no predonco yet vouchsafed to orwell as other. Fools that wo are, ns But have all these dignitaries gene! Can though one could not bo as happy at home thsy not be called back! I havo been In dinary mortal can put an individual in century a any where else. Our grandfathers ana assemblages where ) have heard the roll porsosslon of the knowledge that a in grandmothers had as good a tlmo a wo called, and many distinguished men have or two after his grave Is tilledgreat he wdl great become famous as the great have, long before lh first spilng was answered. If I should call the roll grandfather of a poet, a statesman or a bored at Saratoga or the first deer shot In of somo of those mighty ones who have the Adirondack. They made their wed- gone I wonder if thoy would not answor! hero. , And when one comes to think of It, It I or, livding tour to tho next I will call tho roll. I will call the roll of doubtful If one deserves any enjoin! dlt ing in New York, they celebrated the event Will-lathe King first! Alfred the Grntl for being an ancestor. Even tho principles by an extra walk on the battery. Conqueror! Frederick It I Louis of heredity hardly justify ono In attrlbut the Now, the genuine American is not happy XVM No answer. I will call the roll of Ing a man's greatness or his virtues too ox until he is going aomewhere. and the pav the poets. Robert Boutbeyl Thomas cluslvely to hi forbears, and. In anycae, ion I so great that there are Christian Campbell! John Keats! George Crabbol the remoteness of an ancestor from the people with their families detained In the BobertBurnst No ansner. 1 all tho roll glory Of his descendents makes It difficult city who como not to the house of God, of artists Michael Angelo! Tsui Verontrying to givo people the idoa thatthoy ese! William Turner! Christopher Wren! to regard him In any way out a a flgmbnt ore out ofjown; leaving the door plato un No answer Eye closed. Ears deaf. Lips of the bruin. There Is a shadowy unreality scoured for the same reason, and for two tVenU Hands palsied. Pcepter, pencil, about tho whole troop of progenitors which months keeping tho front shutters closed pen, sword, put down forerer. Why renders them at best little moro than mere name; and indeed ancestors nro mostly while they alt in tho back part of the should wo struggle for such baubles! fictitious beings, creation of the brain houo, tho thermometer at ninety! My Another reason why wo frlenrj, if it is bent for us to go, let us go this spirit of cheerfulness isshoald culture conveniently fashioned to suit the taste of the fact that whoever devises them, and then ticketed and be happy. If it is best for us to stay Is for Hittreaturea. nt homo, let us stay at homo and bo happ. God knows what Is best for your chili! He with the misappropriated nam of some There is a great deal of good common sono You know whatnot bestliberal with him as defunct worthy, probably as unlike this you are a false image as possible. In Paul's advice to tho Hebrew; "Bo thinks disThere aie plenty ol people whose only content with such things a yo have." To you ought to bo. He criticises your cipline, but you look over the whole field, exhibition of Imagination Is in this direcbe content is to be in good humor with our and you, In your their conjuring circumstance, not picking a quarrel with deliberateloving that child, do what Now, tion, and generally the mostup of Ilctltlous Judgment Is best for him cffcilUe when forms Is our obscurity, or our poverty, or our social KrtmHm HI It is lcaat conscious. Tho bgono person, position There nro four or five grand 0d i the beMof father Ho Is hard on them, ages whoso names arc applied a label to think reasons why wo should bo content with children Ho Is that not a liberal with them as the fanciful creations of tho ancestor and that 8uchthtng as wo have. Ho might be. But children do not know as maker would doubtless hate been sufll The first reason that I mention n leading a father. 1 can tell you why you clently astonished could they have seen or to thl spirit dovt'od In tho text, is the much aslargely affluent, and why consideration that tho poorest of us have are not grandly successful Htsyou havo foreseen what their alleged presentiments because would bo tike. Indeed, It Is to bo feared not all that Is Indispensable In life. We make you been not can stand the temptation. thai they would have been kcenlj pricked agreatado-abouour hardships, but how If your path had been smooth, jou would by unavailing remorse, because they In little mo talk of our blessings. Health of have depended upon your own surefooted-dor- s reality fall so far short of the more than body, which Is given In largest quantity to i but God roughened that pith, so you human perfection of these shadows, and those who have never been petted, and fondled, and spoiled by fortune, wo take have to take hold of His hand. If tho perhaps that Is ono of the compensation had as a matter of course. Kathcr have this weather alongboon mild, you would have to b set down as balancing tho privation tho water course, bul at of getting no satisfaction lu being an an luxury and have it alono, than, without It, loitered the first howl of tho storm you quickened ccstor. It is just as well, after all, to look out of a palace window upon parks of Heavenward and deer stalking between fountains and stat- your pace the warm robe of a wrapped know nothing about it. Our descendants Saviour's will not know u and, looked at In a large uary. Thcso peoplo sleep sounder on a around you What havo I disc says senvs no huiiMiu teiug I even really hoa straw mattress than fashionable Invalids rlshtccusccsa, to wheat-shea- f tho farmer, 'That havo cred as an ancetor nt all, but at mot lends on a couch of Ivory and eagle'a dow n. The the dinner of herbs tastes better to tho appo-tit- o I done that you beat me so hard with your his name to a figment of the brain of some flail?" Tho farmer makes no atswer, but later generation flosfon iViMirr. shsrpened on a woodman's ax or a reaper's scythe than wealthy Indigestion the rake takes off tho straw, and the mill HASTE AND WORRY, experiences acated at a table covered with blows the chaff to tho wind, and tho golden grain falls down at the foot of the windpartridge and venison, and pineapple. Two Cnpardonable Slrntal Bins Against The grandest luxury God ever gave a mill After awhile, the straw, looking the Wtoinsch. man Is health. Ho who trades that of! for down from tho mow upon the golden grain There are two mental sins ajralnst the underall the palaces of the earth U tnflifttely bankt-- up on either side the floor, wheat-uliestomach, which brlnjr. about n terrible run cheated. We look back at the glory of tho stands why tho farmer beat the ning account, ihe full payment of which with the Call. would have taken last Napoleon, but who Who are those before the thromt The oftn completely ruins us. Thce aro haste his Versailles and his Tu Modes If with and worry. 'oneofusare entirely ffullf them wo had been obliged to take hts gout? answer came: "These aro they who, out less In thre respects. AVe tell children " had thotr robes "Oh," say some one, "it isn't tne grosser of ureat tribulation, In Is "bad manners" to eat fat; we that it pleasures I covet, but It is the gratification wa?h"d and made w hite tho blood pf the liken them to pig when they do It, God cfanartlstio and Intellectual taste" Why, Lamb." Would totrials that wo could aro the verj best but I have often questioned whether they that our my brother, you havo tne original from either thintr for u. If we hod an anpreclttlon of were half as nruch to bo blamed ns to eat which thoo pictures arc coplod. '" mother who could uot find timo What Is a sunset on a wall compared with thnt truth, tbeii wo huuld Liivw why lit own meal bccaus ahe was full of care a sunset hung in loops of fire in tho heavone thought and . for others, or the father whoso ens I What Is a cascade silent on a canvas very midst of the flame, reached down conIs to swallow his boiling colreo and fret picked up one of tho fagots that wis compared with a cascade that makes the through his steak or chop In time to catch kjssed mountain tremble. It spray ascending llko suming him, nnd the timeit, and I said: the train. when was spirit of tho water slain on "Blessed be God for the departed How many homes there are in whloh the rocks? Oh, there Is a gn?at deal of born for this perferaenU" Thtr who breakfast Is, In reality, a scramble hur hollow affectation about a fondness for suffer with Him on earth shall bo glorified riedly prepared, hurriedly eaten nnd hur pictures on tho part of those who never with Him In Heaven, Be content, then, rledly digested ; whllo dinner In the middle opprerlato the original xrom wmen tno vith such things as you have. Another consideration leading hi to tho of tha dny, In a house whero thcro are pictures are taken. A though a parent spirit of tho text is the assuranco that the many children Is scarcely less so as far should have no regard for a child, but go In mother is concerned, and tho evening toccsUstes over its photograph. Bless tho Lrd wll provide somehow. Will lis who meal finds every body too tired to care to oh, mant oh, woman' that holds tho water In the hollow of His hand linger over it, or there are constant calls Lord though you may bo shut out from the allow His children to die of thirst' Will upon tho mother for her attention. This Is He who owns the cattle en a thousasi tills, worksof a Church, u Bid sUdt, a Iluben bad In Itself, but It Is ten times worse when and a Raphael, you still havo froe access and all the earth's luxuriance of gram and worry, anxiety or excitement adds Its to a galle ry grandor than the Louvre or fruit, allow His children to statu Go quota to the disturbance. mcrnlng at five o'clock Into the Luxemburg or tho Vatican tno royal American women suffer from nervous the woods and hear the birds chant. They gallery of the noonday heavenSj tho Klnij' had no breakfast, they know not dyspepsia to a distressing extent; and havo gallery of the midnight sky. they very seldom stop to consider how Another consideration leading us to a where they will dine, thoy have ao Idea largely ii is duo to their own fault or In spirit of rontentmeiil t tho fart that our whero they will sup; but hear the birds discretion. to tho lcat to which Bechant at flvo o'clock In the morning. Happiness is not dependent upon outward they hurry and worry they arc distinctly tircunwtances. You see peoplo tmppy and hold the fowls of tho nlr; for they sow not, blamahle, and where Is tho woman who miserable amid all circumstance. In a nelthei do thoy reap, ncrgathor into barns, does r.eltherl Certainly aho la rarely family whre loaf on the table, yet your Heavenly Father fedthihem. found In tho working or professional Ate yuu uot much bettor than thcyi" and the last click of wood on the fire, you clashes. The homes In which pcaco and Seven thousand people, In Christ's time, sometimes find a cheerful confidence In quiet reign al lu which food Is God. while In aery ilno place you will went into tho desert. They were the most slowly oaten, and tho practice of cheerful Improvident people I ever heard of They see and hoar discord sounding tho They might havo conversation irslatrl in, are few Indeed; and hospitality freezing to death deserved to starve. and still parlor I "tapped one day taken food enough to last them unld they jn whichless frequently met with are those In th rhrtr! rrf for all who are actively em on Broadway at tho head of Wall street, at ;ot back. Nothing did they take. A lad, ployed, precedes or follows the mldda the foot of Trinity Church, to see who who had more wit than all of thrni put meal. DtmnttV Jfonfify. seemed the happiest people passing. I together, asked his mother that morning judgefrom their looks the happiest peo- for some loaves of bread and some fishe. LIFE IN PORTUGAL. ple were not thoso who went down Into They were put Into hi aachcl. Hi went A Country Where Modern Ways Hare Not Wall street, for they had on their brow out Into the desert. From this provision Yet Heroine I'opulnr the anxiety of the dollar they expected to tho tfeven thousand were fed, nnd tte more luuVe, liur the iwpiu who came out of they ate tho larger tho loaves grv, until In Tortugal a man may look .about him Wall street, for they bad on their brow tho the provision that the boy brought lo ono and almost forget how tho world has anxiety of the dollar they had lost; nor sachel was multiplied o be could not havo grown older and sadder. Hero he will see tho people who swept by In splendid equi- carried the fragments homo In six iachcls. tho plowman and the carter guiding oxen page, for they met a carriage finer than "0," you say, "times have chaagfd, and In slzo and shape such as the ancient theirs. The hnpplcat roa In all that tho day of miracles has gone." I reply Itomana bred, yoked to such primitive crowd, judging from the countenance, was that, what God did then by miracle. Ho plow or curt as we still can see on Orek does now In some other way, and by and toman coins. Their rules and the woman who sat at the 'Ihave been young("ald methods of tillage are the same simple and knitting, I believe real happiness ofleuer naturallaws. looks out of tho window of an humble home David, "but now J tun old; yet havo I oftrn foolish ones ns the ancients followed; tbanlhrougb the opera glass of tho gilded neer seen Mie righteous forsaken, nor the old heathen superstitions still mingle his seed begging bread." It I high time with the new religion; tho people's Ian box of a thalT find Nero growling on a throno, I find that yuu in'Oplt) who are frettWabuut guage Is llker to the old one that camo :VunKng In u dungeon, I Qua King worldly clrcuratanccs, and wlso,",'a7t7fcur-in-g from llmuAlhan any still fxtanl, the plowAhab going to bed ut noon through melanyou are comlnK to want, understood man and wagoner and reaper, tho shepcholy, while near by Is Naboth contented mav mo own or tne eternal Ood herd In his goat's skin coat, and the intne possession of a vlnejard. Hainan, volved lu the fact that you uro to jhave maldm, with bar distaff, might all take in Trim Minister of 1'eisln, fret himself alenough to eut and to wear. their purest in some such rural procession J most to death because a poor Jew will not Again I remark that tho rpllgion of as we see sculptured on u Uoman bit tip his hnt; and Ahlthophel, one of tho Jesus Christ Is the grandest Inf1ueao to relief of the Augustan ago. Tho ery greatest Uwyers of Bible times, through make a man contented, Indeinnltyagalnt aiectft of nuturc, the genial air. the vines far of dying, hangs himiclf. The wealth- all financial and spiritual harm! It itf'11" and ollrQ trea, tho rocks, valley, run. iest roan, forty years ago, In New York, tho spirit, dwindles the earth into ning streams, thoaongaof birds und mur!ff when congratulated over tils largo estato, niflcance, and swallows up the souljwlth muring of bees on thy my hills, aro all replied: "Ah! you don't know how much tho thought of Heaven. O ye havo such as' the sweetest of all pastoral poets trouble I havo in taking caro of it." Byron been going about from place to who ex- used as accompaniments to hla Idyllic song plaoe In his last hours that he had nevdeclared of a happy rural life. 1'rom just such pecting to And In change of clrcumtlnce er aeon more than twelve happy days In nil something to glvo solace to tho spirit, I craggy mountain aides overlooking the his life, I do not believe ho had seen commend you, this morning, to sea, as Theocritus sang of, and beneath the twelve minute of thorough satisfaction just such a tii 11 idono pine as ho describes, earnest, practical, common ienso Napoleon I. said: "I turn with disgust religion of the Lord Jesus Christ ' There does tho Tortugueso shcpheid lad of from the cowardice and selfishness of man. is no peace, saltli my God, meal of rest to tako his for the wicked,1 I hold life a horror, death Is ropose. What and a long as you continue u your sin bread and oitvcs, and look down upon tho I have suffered the last twenty day Is bo. you will be miserable Come to Christ, creeping waves of the blue ocean far bo yond human comprehension;" Make Him your portion, for neathhis feet; just aa In those ancient days While, on the other hand, to show how Heaven, and you will bo and star man does ho bare his sunburnt breast to the cool a happy one may bo happy amid the most disadsea breeze, and bears it In the branches jou will bo a happy woman , vantageous circumstances, just after the Yet, my friends, notwithstanding U overhead, the vary sweet, whispering pine Ocean Monarch had been wrecked In tho xneae inducements to a music, that the poet heard In tilclly twenty spirit of contentr.ngusn channel, a steamer was cruising ment, I havo to centuries ugo. along in the darkness when tho captain human race Is tell you this uorning tho divided into two cliei-tho- se Wb havo again and ngnin urged our heard a song, a sweet song, coming over ho scold and readers to become system alio atudenta of the water, and he bore down towards that 1 ho carpenter wantsthosebowho got scoldod. to ut any thin the Ulble. Wu shall continue to do ao. voire, and found it was u Christian womnn carpenter, and the manon any thing lut Thoso who havo not tried tho experiment on a plank of tho wrecked steamer, slug jnason, and the banker any thing but a log to the tune of Bt, Martin's;' banker, and tho lawjer any thing but a havo no idea of the effrct which In tho courae of a few months even, ' Jesus lover of roy soul, lawyer, and the minister any thing b"1 LM me lo Tny hoiom fly, minister, and every body would be happy would bo produced lu their minds While the billows near mo roll. If one will study tho u he were only sonubodv else. Tno and hearts. ho really acquires a While the tempeit still ii high" taste for anemone .i mu to bo a sunHower, and liook until The heart right toward God and man, we tho apple study, ho will bo very sure to orrhards throw dowo their theduring the remainder of his continue are happy, The heart wrong towurd God blossom because Ufa. He it they are not tall cedars. and man, we are unhappy. will foel tho need of It just as much as he and the scow wants Another reason why wo should come to the sloop would like to bo a schooner, r and does his dally food. N, )". IiuUniletU. this spirit Inculcated In tho text is tho fact poundor, and parents to be a sevooO'-'ouhavo the worst Bour spcochos often proceed from a that all tho differences of earthly condition that ever were, and eyerv body has heart. It Is a pity to take much notlcosad of are transitory. The houses jou build, the w,fcUUW what somo sufferers say, for thoy will be land you cultivate, tho place In which you i. upside down, or going "nit every ul" to bo Jt nl wy sorry for It soon If we kn$w tho lo.tl I." barter, are soutt to go Into other hands. Junius, you never However hard ou may have It now, if you thiouKhsucha spirit make nDy advance reason for many a harsh word, our symas that You can pathy would prevent ovon momenta! y arc a Christian the scene soon end. .. vmm juurMMi t vlir anger. Suryom, Tain, trial, ersecutlon never knock at the self down. Aaiid uni Iaii all dovr of 'the grave. A coffin made out of Lilf.ko lhu itr"g this Krati,lff cf "net Tun great cheat and delusion of thewinarpi pine boards la Just as good a resting place 'OoJllness with very generation is simply this sctbearl iruuuion, contentment one made out of sliver mounted ns. M hrt t,hire . tubstaa. f sin, We brought an? thln " BE CONTENT, dead, and you will find Oodown among the resting. pine that thouffl difference of jvoildly rP8 tl? Clrcum-hUtioc- tr ?" COMMENT. blooilixl m John Shermmi, ho U much bonrlnjf. Ooteland Administration. tooro nrlctocrntlo In hts Vut, Without oiccutlvcs training, without In the West, nt least, Morton and monopoly ability u utatecrnfti without porno mil will have an ugly sound.?. JMut (ilobt, "Perpetual war taxes and spend the sur- following, ho can not full to provo n plus" is the Republican policy, V. )'. Worlt. vrcnk i imUditto. HU bIx years norv The red bandana Is a symbol of peace on tco In tho United States Souuto tthowod will among men. lUtnvUh him to earth and lo n miin of metllooro talon tt) VtfH, It took the Republicans a week to make nnd of tdtcht equipment for tho public their ticket A week ticket tonUrtlU enlce Ills naino U not connoctwl vrlth nny Importnnt mcatiro of lcgU now the firm of Clevelaad A Intlon. As matters look llo orlffinnted nothing nor in Thurman will do business at the old stand un pcrnontillty llllJ. Trade mark, a red bandana. .V, 1", any uivy Impressed his Ho has been JlfratJ. upon V floral legislation. will And It a very difficult matBen Harrison reffninlcil ly tho lending mon of his record from the In ter to hide his dlcnaat gaze ot the labor element of America, ownpvrtyns n polltlciit failure. He IXtroU r was luntcn for Governor of Indiana in In the Tippecanoo and Tyler too" campaign 1876 ennviws In which tho wholo the Harrison bar'l had nanl elder In it Tho power of tho Ornut Administration bar lis once more the Harrison emblem, but this tlm It holds boodle. S ' 4Tpfcffe, wivs thrown In hU favor Ho win Tor United Mutoa Senator In In Ilea Harrison wilt not be elected, but It Is Quite possible that he may go down to history dlanaltict ear aftor a dUgrnooful par with the distinction ot having been the last tlclpilion In a partisan ejection of candidate of the Republican parly, taffo? Domoorntlo and It has been trathfully said that the only way tnomliers of tho U:plflnture. How for the Republicans to elect their ticket this cansMah a man load hU party to year would be for them to trdor Cleveland To be continued CURRENT gd Pr. hon-wtl- y fulrly-clectc- d A I ( -- otf", to-d- farm-house- CUtlad VMm Dtaltr. and Thurman. The Republican orsans In this State have It U charRtnl and tho proof 4 will no Michigan Is a doubtful State dtctanffl that doubt lo fortheomlne; that ho wna n without Alger at the head of the ticket The Know-Nr41unnomination of Hsrrtioo and Morion will make sworn and net ho member of tho ; organUntlon. Hts opposition It doubly so, Sagtta Vcvnrt The slap at the mugwumps in the Republlo to itho lobulation prohibiting tho tin aa platform Indicates very clearly that the migration of C'hlnoso was present! m party leaders Live set down the Independent vote for Cleveland this year. And they are aniarumont n gainst hN nomination by Star ripht Kama thadclcffatc from the l'acille slope at The Republican attempt to onset the Thnr-tna-n Icngo. Tltetio two bleml?he8 in his bandana with a miniature American flag wilt tkvit tn-vtithOUfrnU A will not be popular wlih old soldiers. Tne vet erans eeuld never bring themselves to put the who might othorwUolto Induced r.ii they fought ror u lao ignominious use ot pport him. Ho la a rtcfciiMVOcan- handkcrchlet A. '. II orl I. tho very lccinmnir. No Mr. Carnesle Is Introducing Mr. Blaine as aalvc campalcn In Ills txdialf U the gentleman who could be President ot the wnenerer ne migniwun." Mr kjjiblo. United Mtaies vuppnrtcn will bo kept Carneoieuucht to know too much about tr y cxpmmtns ami opoiOL'tztnu; xor umphant nomocracy" to say any thing so fool? political alter rations during tho en , Uh nt that CAIoufftf HiralJ. t "o eanvass, Ono neetU not to bo ablo Mr. Thurman hat for halt a century I en tf great commoner ot America. No man nn to road tho atara to foretell tho place his ringer upon a staiainnis privals or of (I rover Cleveland In Xovombor rmblla rpeonl. The man wno auernpia duoehlm will receive the scorn and contrnpt iwxUlttrritburg (!-- ) ltlrtoU or sixiy mimoa Ainoncan cum)nj.-ti- f" Main iMaltr WHO BEARS THE BURDEN? UamsKtnffas Mr, Harrison's public recori Is, It is ot little Importance compared war the V Ilcpahllran Arcuuunt Alhon Mlllnrm V platform of his party, which proposes tosiske i:iporil Anr Aff. whisky free In order to maintain lhawartartfi It ttotl to lo tho fashion ntnon that Is Iniporerlihlnc the masses and LaMlOff ho Kneflclurlert of tho high tariff to up grest fortunes for the favored few ' Id.. t irfirom Hi wv assort that tho forolgn manufacturer whn lwtMlu in ihU mtmtrv nnvrt ho duty on them for tho prhllege of ttlnjr Into our market.; and, although h pr0Iwtcroiul Wca Jltt, ong Iwn Tpud!nteU by thotto ltdvoeatw of pro hoctton who hold tbomele to ro- In nrjn.numt, ii t Mill , tm nr UIUII PJUJU UUirtl ,tlt ,'uv,v .vowed by a, few brain cloudml On . Galtt$ton Crerthrown Thanks to the rouraire and pood seme of rroraraen who nro tho faithful reprePresident Cleveland, the coming eampaifn Is sentatives of Eastern Interest. to he fought chiefly upon a question of political Mr. Juckson (Hup.) of Pennsylvania, economy, and nol upon th personal drUma t.oa of candidates, us soma earapa'jrns In the n hla speech ugnlnt tho tariff redue-ii- n past have been. The contest will be In a large hill In tho Houo. Hort-- l thnt ra enure ono of principles und not of thrtu 'or this tho American people are to be cool iant year foreigners paid million of emulated, and because of this the more irlff duties for tho prlt Hcro of fitting n heartily, leaiously and Intelligently eery enters into the contest tho better for him 3 our markets, nnd then imjortcd nnd ohl ua many million dollars worth of and the country. rhltdtphki Timt. la 18TB lienjam'n Harriwn, the preeat Ite- - ,ron. nnlln. class, cotton nnd woolen If the ticket of lUrrlsoa ana Morton con- slitenlty represents a huje comblaitlon el professional spoUsmea and spoliatory clan interests, the ticket of ciOTciand and Thur- loftily and PWhleaUj man distinctively, lands for the righteous demand of the popu lar conscience and the honest Intelllrence of the country for the overthrow of tho whole syt- - Joimot ..! "S?LpJ'.FJi,0r.7'V. mm al ander-stan- d outU-morrov- c M Jut thInt I meal-time- apple-stan- 1 X ' Ami Mr. lVtom (llfp ). of 1 assert Kansas, In his pcoch, said: !&. 11 . hat tho tariff U not n tax, unions tho , lMS,OtJ urchaer of tlm protoetM artlelo ft,OSt Williams over Harrison St In confoqiiome of tho It. I) Hares was one of the Ohio delegates to o.iys moro for the National convention, yet no ne hesrJ of duty Imposed than ho would If the duty him and nobody noticed him. Aa ex'Presulent was not Imposed." of tne United states participating for six days That this assertion Is not true; that In a National convention and getting no more attention than a yellow doe at a boch ahow io Idea that it Is tho foreign maun Uoe man a delegate from Texas did spcaU ta acturer who binr tho duty impvvd Hayes early la the week, but we uagcriUad that ss soon as ha discovered his mlstako he n the goods which lie uui to tills apologized. CMtagv Srvt. ountry Is ridiculously untrue hi man-fefrom ono single consideration; If THE COMING CAMPAIGN. it wero true, then every Government It Wilt lie a llattle Upon m lllcher Than J o tho enrth could force tho peoplo of m rrsnnal I'lanr. cher countries to pay nil Its revenue. 'Tho sober becond thought." to w Til United States would not need an a trlto Bnyinff, of tho Itopubllcan party internal revenue syntonu nor any nthr of'the country ovldently does not bring1 ihemo of collecting money from Its with It n feellnff of elation over tho own people; It would require nothing nomlnntlon of Ooncral IInrrion lo tho more than a well adjusted high proteo-tlvI'restdency. 'JTiat ho Is n weak canditariff that would extort all Its revdate In n great party crlaU U patent to enues from foreign peoploa--nnevery tho observant among tliofo on whom ho other country could pay tho expense mu't rely for support. of lu ((overnment in tho way. During his political career ho haa It 'Is a little Iran go that the statesmen never demonstrated hU ability to carry nnd political cvonomlstH of tho world Indiana against n united Demoeraey. have never made this remnrkablo disHo was e!ctod to a State ofllco In 18C0, covery before. when tho Kcpubllcan party wnjJ united Every body knows that tho duty on on ono candidate for tho Presidency, imported goods is levied for the whllo tho Democracy wero divided bepurpose of Increasing their price tween two, with Hell and Everett, a and the prico of tho similar articles tho m&di m thU country and thU l lu fourth combination, draining divided party of conservatives who cftoct A nU duty on blanwero not wholly satisfied with ollher ket not only rnakei nn Imported En 1801 ho glish Douglass or Hrccklnridgo. In blanket worth f cost tha Amerwas elected Keporter of tho Supreme ican consumer $1.50, In it It rftl- tho Court In tho midst of tho excitement of price of a idmllar American blanket to war. tho f 1.60, no matter how much h it may In 187fl ho waa overwhelmingly de- cost te manufacture it; and every Williams for UUnopi fanner who buys such n blanfeated by "Hluo-Jcans- " Governor. Four yoare littrr Demo- ket a'ially pays, first, a fair price for cratic dls&cnslon permitted tho election it, nnd, next, a tribute of 50 cento to of n Republican Iogislatiro. General the Eastern manufacturer who mado it. HarrNon who hwl not been mentioned Hi1 tribute estimated on nil proas a candidate, was fortunnto enough tected homo manufacturers amounts to to capture tho caucus nomination for f600,rtxi(000a tenrbnd It is this vast . Senator. sum annually poured into tho manuIn 1&8G, when ho was a pronounced facturing Mutes that explains their candidate to succeed himself In tho enorraou3 wealth. 67. Louis Itijntl Senate, and when local feudH among Ucatu tho Democrats wero at u high pitch, Words Sincerely Spoken. ho waa defeated, and Judge Turple, n Democrat, succeeded him. There is not n candid mnn In AmeriHis vote nguirpt tho Chinese Kostrio ca who will notle pleased with tho tone IiuplHritbh) hufitill-t- y of the President's reply to tho commit lion hill lnvitetl lhu of California nrul tho Pacific nlope. too of notifi. atlon, nor Is thcro a fair His attitude on tho bill legalizing tho man who will deny his honesty and importation of pauper labor from when ho said: Europe under contract will weaken Istiait not dwell unon thw srls and tli tllcv him everywhere that American labor Of mitt ration row tlrftwlnjf to IU clotc lacd. hns been subjected to this unnatural m ? oru la open to every eltlzwu of toe of yet I will rmf, tdalnd (ho jiriilg nnd competition. at tm lime that In thn esorciao of iho Tho labor organizations In his ow anon- - ot the hlffb tmtt conflJed to mo I ftfiiaea ouedieneo only to tun lonsutuilon State and throughout tho country rec J olemn obt'eattoa ot my oath of file. ognize in mm tno persistent nnu unoonoibote thlncs naich, tn the light ol derstandlog GoU Uas given roe, aeemrd compi omitting oppouent of buch organ against "JUuc Jcaas" Williams. stood as follow i. Williams ., , Harrison TL vote FARM AND FIRESIDE. Hang n tiurtU bag of cJiarcoal In ;tho ndn-watbarrel to purify the water. Young nnd tender herbage Ii greedily eaten by all cIuxhos of etoek. Woods when just shooting out of tho ground nro relished also. Somo woods that nro jmUonous when maturetl are ImrmloAA when young and tender, Currant Ploi Ono teacup mnshed ctirnmto (canned onos will do), one teacup sugar, two ogga, two tabhwpoon fuU (lour and one teacup cold water; bako with one crtwt. When dono make u frosting of tho two whites and npread on top. Onco n good oven Ntnnd of graa U retired, both In tho pastures and meadowii, it will ulwnys pay to titko gootl care of It. Po not pasture too closely or abuso In any way mi that there Is nny uumceianry risk of killing out tho gross. Western Vtotnwm. Chemists say that potatoes should nlwnys le Im1Uh1 In their Jackets, a there are various elements detrimental to tho wholcotnctio of tho vegetable that are absorbed by the akin, und that potatoes that tire tooled before boiling retain notne of these elemeuta. Green IVn Torrldge: llgll three pints of green peas lu jtint water enough tu cook until tHy are tender; pour In three pints of milk; let It boll up and pound butter then udd rubbed Into dour enough to thicken It to your liking. Boll until the Hour Is cooked, and luon with salt nnd pcp cr. Serve when hot. Statistics show that meat consumption In foreign countries has Incnuod twenty-fiv- e or wuU lu tho past fov years, while moat production there Inn deereAed. This ought to tnakun bright pnwpeet for our moat jnHlucers ami lncreaso our export trndo, especially lu pork. Western Swinfhertl. llerry Urealcf.tst Cnko: Ono quart of flour, one pint of sour milk, one-hacup of butter, one oven cup of sugar, three K three cups of berries, ono teaspoon ful of sotln slftetl of s,ilt tUw with one-hathrough the flour. Hull tho tterrles In flour before adding to the batter. Hake In two shallow pans Tho most successful swlno-breed- " ers never let tho pigs stop growing until they nro ready for market, When-oru- r pigs como to n standstill then nil tho food glren them la mi much lest, ta thro N nothing to phow for It, A gotKl thrifty pig may bo mndo to gain a pound n dny until he Is ton months old, u hen he Is of tho right nge and weight to sell nnd should show n good profit for the food consumed. -- HIee wnter mnkef an excellent sympathetic Ink Whan dry the characters Income absolutely Invisible, nnd on nn application of Iodine ahow blue. A simpler sympathetic Ink In lt application l prepared by adding n fluid ounce of oil of vitrei to a pint of noft warm water. Pso n clean teel pin. Whn dry th writing U lnUIhln1 fmi Indelibly hold to tho fire It become black. If you want to get awny from chemicals altogether write with it clean quill jhui dipped in onion or turnip juice; when the iwper is boated tho cnarocters turn bmwn, one-fourlf lf Cured of Malaria, tt rU)IUDA I have boon using Almhck! Ponocs rusTKH far tho last flvo years. Homo two years ap after having been sick for up wards of s t months with malaria, I found myself w ft an enlarged spleen, dysjH'ptlo, and constntlr troubled with n headache. and my k oy s d Id not act very well cither Havtugspnt most of my money for medicine and medical advice, I thought to save eipenso I would use Allcocr's Ponocs l'i.wTrnftwo on tho small of my back, one on tho spleen or nguu cake, und ono on tho pit t tho stomaoh, Just under tho 1 continued using tho Plasters breastbe r about th i'T days, changing thorn every week. A the end of that tlmo 1 was perfectly m c aud have remained so over since. ( BT., KUSABCTTt, N. March IT, ISSI. J.lj CINCINNATI EXrOSITIOOIRECTORY. 1hf aitonntnt ft ttttl pay to txMtnt thur gvoat tiitf prieti biSorvbuyltf from otAtrpitt tii. IIAin UUUUdi Th$ foltfltetw Sohum in tAtlr MutiUm rpnt tlt. tKt UaJt) buitnt$ carrp t IhomMt ntnrttnltrllirs ns W,4laU AnliST MATcnlALSi lucun ivmsx" K II. IMIlToy. 171 llAeftUJIMrlnHli,Ji. nFfiliF" msiAc thsmoildOifliuitr; rrm . IraUta Mrs CO , t W Tr'ourtU M. UnclnnitU MATERIALS, r CUIturi insIlM frtt 1017 Jlfr. A Wnhb, 1w V fourihirft Uoimh, Tmvrl HLOTHINQ. Fichhelmer Iros. k Col irrrl.iV h. ARTISfS ItfUHM overbuni loso won d Ith credulity, frequently by crnUtlng fnUo roomers, Ueouom Duos. notss keetors. althouh not V nutdiiRW sihSI Ttif nnlf WhuleaiU rWrfhlnr MrurHurrrilDtli)rlnntwtkuUrull Mock of 11 Ming Fumlilitnii nJ llti,rtmit ciupleUlnllivcnr. t truthfully bo diuiird that tho AVrl)er,(lubler lturlintft-llouto, C , 11 A Q, IL It, Is do-lnt iihrfilno. WhoVttlt ttxi Itflslt, Un an ex nsivo business, both passenger Of tho first iiaumhI branch nf ':.''x;,M.STEIMErlT ft Sons. and frcuil Its sen he ho Chicago IfrmM recently said. 131 W. din In spedm of the nf tho National 0m 'lho Uurlinirton loirrniumlrwr Slictieil m I Uoputllch. t)nentloiu prvt itly brought In mora people than ltoad nnyoher Altogether It Is ritlmatett that trum Jun td to ti tho onol of tho excur slrta ratt ocr liuo strungcrs ramo to tho liurhtiKtoii.11 Tills was Chios to rxclude d suburban jHisscngers and to tnott In addlAu mt-lp- lUhcay regular In of livestock, tho Union rUe x ards Itepirt show tho liur Uuuton o (o Ur lu the trad Tho average number ot cars brouuht lu by It during tho first hit m nths of tho years tv lwt and Nf th twr of all itiirmWr ef th Slftwifh. 1VM Isav, fr't und tho numN-- r for tho rst HtnWW l.ffTV tfM.W , knlmy halt or th year f- nottslthslandiiiK tho ft I Aptui, ixintlratt(tn, (Mllrenr'. toroporarv Jcprrriiun caused by tho recent nilicOttnf ItitiQUtii. Iwfrr ftnnitiialiA uf nil diiif t mnu of thlo strike on tw lines, was 34,4'Jft, or but tbaHowlft, PiUfanl Rrrat bgloy J averse, H10 latter flguro urnal Virr I'unlr TtMtbi. cnnuinins d ii1trloii) McrrAiumrml.trAtlMU URDU' I1C" '" w,,rT," r J5 tour08nAH?rrtuail.V, brouwht to tn tho Yor,rilU ha runwiT twiug more YanU for tio last half -- UUout Otmi, Oir ir than six per ent a excess of tho receipt luroaiciutaa. by any other ad litiitv k'rViwiiiTtf CkitSB,!r(NattlftX)nlr. Ill J A trim ire nrc the milliner. r IU4tiy 1111. WkAt . thj-.Wtt am tn ruur It tU tullcf sai ysr Htitku to th lb" '"I tthl suocr. ' kn4 lnu Mil a S bj it llitm tiftt Miflf lbn In r1 fraltf lhM on " 1 nn4 km In OrMM ttrUinl h4J l u. M rrfrrtc itmsUna-tlo- u Hy Hostcttrr suin'h llttlor. 11 rart MIIMii.PUUK.tdtflU,Oa. ' U fcucvvf u by a n'guUrhabitof body tut A.C Whllo this m h inn - thorutlKh, It dues nut produce viok 1 rfr" ' or gitpibg Di t OH. lepst,i, Urar mpUint, nenous weakness rutUin i. 1MV 1HIM I.l.i tb I ft ntr far thl tb ir Tttr ! ami kidney at ttou. are among tho maU U iSlitpt' I mil" ! dies to whkh i alo slajtrd Wherever luaii of Hi Hroi 1.1 tub lit; of und elssw here, it tried, on th, MUwilUt Cm!. OjaprpO r y to expel tho (visuu bf shows Us ftt irmiM tR tUUiTAV ! Isf systenu malaria from itii IfinM4'J jirrt"Wi'llfit M fWMlH It can tt U.UAI1 Otlifn. P I 1 Steloway & Sons, St..iA"ftiAK MI1V r RADWAY'S bN, lJcb, If nJ" " jrr, riSf lhlnli,flV !. U, btrr,'itnnat tiit Minfihr aiip Hf !, ltn'ltr in. tliil )if.lft fa with his ran step his wa ToccToffa '. c's tail III not Interfere , but It wilt cffertually ntiirvhf Millr(T .riiUi.t thr l twO i1hrtri Ktlr rr Ttj rWUJAU.NK.NAS. rilr dlH rft UUbO.rXUclu ff'r I fr A llox ok (1 n's Hulphur Heap Is rqutvn lent tomnHV h hur lbttbs lKnt'tforp-tl,HlUorliryMi. lllll's lUfr 1 t DR. ItADWAY & ST. CO., N. Y. Wffl W MIM4 Wnv calls can turn him Flir.Kt A Kreut, NWlif A U4CKn r it- a crank, when no ft rAsiU.iVCu,CUcagu Cigar Ce Cfcjsrry W fVi"' .lfL frenen Olass, Oval o UNCOVERED.;: M)m Mt f I tf f""f ImthM IWWI W $HrH W 4 -- .,ff.nM 1tMkM.,UM m M, I t ?! tm 4 I J J MMUt.),MM Tfcffw. I $ wt m 4 1 paroM.Nb, slrl Lft, tt lfM'V.t f tk W tmf t MftfiM HVf tt lrt. Thouitt frvtl Mm O If ujTIkHoI Hlh ! Waiar. UrunrUUscnitaj. -- Khm l'o s tio Dr. Isaac Xv k and frtr ' M. a dajeetod durkey .J aM, lWU.Jt.Ma4 "Wm tWNtwklltf to U 1i 44 fciril r.U .q ktw ha .IllUtf fm4 iH kMwMi mLIb taMta. ItllMMM , fcM MlkM HJrwMN TWftwiMtWihaHwMrSl',itl Af , f MMNfMl. pmmU ft. llS. m Mi-- f tl ftl . fc- M1 M 1 fci Mr S - luaru, tuug,efi, .utUiaic.tvnilforUMjk. THE MVHbTCS-CbsSsa IK Kl'IT.ItT Iw Cincinnati, cures IWfe lMi W Vy H .(an Im F MMi tW Am Wiiwii M H hf n Mf tf MW in - M A U U ! fc fc k it .. " .i.w,ii tSMlW f ih MtU, mfwf imm mam, .r u. ii. (fU4rB m W Pmrm MARKETS. tr 4tte Omowmf) ii AIM . I s Cisciisatl 4 July rinlliT -- f' let - mi pv.hl ia ifc. .f n r mi r Attn, M k. rimft ft ruiiMrMMw I Ml IMI-(W- v UK A KUXJlWlii. t rt vt fA O I- KrO Nfr t r d. ..- n t OlU-NIIAY-TW- n. tf.iJ No I Uwm H t" H)0 r. tu llT( tints tnr i ROPSY tilcatcd iffI at o d cx-pr- c 1 Uimbs are usually wenncMl about inVi( wt n ssasry u a u August 1, und it rwiulresiomo thought AIM'!.:- -- r . tmt M4. atw in ftvsi ltrrATOjt-4Vin p a tb tm to do It properly. When aepa rated NBW 'OttK. nxrn ian-- i wusvn s r a 1 from tho owua thoy will worry less If UKAIN retnliul In tho field whero they nro H'I VM M A iVrs nitint .... ii 'if soi to rttn nnd the owe removed 51 ZA nmu -- i ! out of hearing. For n few days the IOHIC N Mm. . . ... H 4SI(0 so as u-- i Iambs should' be confined lu n covered UUU ttltiitMtti. .. cuiCAoa Inclc-u- r n llttln hay nnd grln and rt M and then tunic! out to jKisturc to OKA IN Vura Ns, 1 tM M arn 8vfmr ward evening, to Ik taken up ngiiln vra N f next morning; otherwise tho worry, th rOMK-M- 't f. Utt IAltl-Suu- i3 of their milk diet nnd tho nnnoy .IIAI.TlMOIt nnco of flies will caut-- them to shrink 4 6R' visibly nnd it Is nlways bad to havo Corn-- N h growth chocked. Tlioewes should be J turned Into a "loan" pasture until dried IIIKK-V- xt . .. ,, VI up, und they should ho examined every I. lth-l- tr S- aa ..- - , D1 Miu.air-- . day, for Itinlghtbone4snry to relieve CA1TM1; HCKiS INIHANAHJI.IR tho udders of Homo by milking. a Many tdlow the lambs to run with nUATN'-- V cat-- , . f ml int UaU J usl their mothers continuously, but It Is an IAIL'IAVltaLK. unwise practice. Tho latter need to bo rvnvn 373 freed from maternal cures, whether l.KAIV V So af nsl t r -- -- l t to go to tho shamble or b they aro ft n l4U V IC,J retained for production. Sheep do not roiuc m . feud In the middle of hot, runny dttn when flies bother, but Ho huddled In onco corner or under shrub nnd trees, or any spot whero thoy can got oven their head In the hado. It would lo n blessing to them If they could have woe-sto roomy rdied, romuwhnldnrk onod. It Is to bo hoped that somebody FOR TORPID LIVER. will Invent n. sheep shed on wheels that A luriilillUrriWraMgrtafhofttlO.Osrft one team could remove from field to atvui. ul produces flId as occasion might require. for A. K Tribune. . Vwl-NaJCfc- tHtt WEANING LAMDS. How to Io It Properly nnd Wllhout In Jury tci llir lounf .nlm.lt. TOIUCO-fird-l'r- Uk) ) lKOViatfh 1- .t) .... . ll. ' IVrH teeiUI-v-- llUTTHIt-i- l t4M SS.. . (its) or a U', !.( m rrf r - . lit- IBf mt If' tn rt t r1 Mttt al f v (if i If 41' VT i a f M .lHiT f h'W Pl1.1 tt rune, f v IKI'lMIII'lM nfrli llW'. will. 9- as 'i nm ftrri aTiWtuf .k. . ! ! saar a- 1- - uw-iwi ... (u tmr ilnn.tti'. II rtilo. ftil knM 14 M ttffafwS Ot"fltl"t' ' ' i 5ttiiiairijnHi.(l. mail tf r Irr 1 TV u trriiawi IM. ftuffWftlaII.. pay M. H. CHCCH ri r'p? ami M.,tinlr ktt. iarnt AOON8,M.Oi.,AUniHn,Cn r II ui ih iatipl cJ 01 rafl .tj i'JM NEWEST CRAZE UMullUni SUCPVCDC BBiaaln wnCwnCfldl I dtftji. tl I f! Ntr -- IIIMiiil.O roUTUtllN 0l. mt4trx tii fM'"fMWii aura ,W th'tp n 0"w iojM mr -- eft I ITllDrt S n 'tttti ht mitMi wf mot lulnittuwru K't 1 TU ! nmti.uin ! ChfttUt Vf " lo-t- s -.- 1hrnFmt UiaDtf.jrCOrrnU t IKAM IH U It tJtlll r. MlM OKfi. JT 44 MM Mo rruu. unrttfn tiia vita r auiStati mmim . ... fJ0qJ-E- S uas lira? rsu tkttn Tins OIIEAT ENOLISH REtf KS7 fitLilSxitinnin I - No. mw smmh. 1 IOIMES B"frt aii-N- . x A -- PAYSIhFRCICHT A n MBlrt IMtSaiM -i Tn lr., a li.aH.I, a S m ?rf rllTVt. rM4US 1U3 Tott's Pills in SM lr rtmr 1IINIJII43111IM.S. tarfiwiiMw. " .'.!.; . u... 4r t r tf frt. MS USUftat DETECTIVES .. rM-t- t Kt r 4 rf o m4 Ua1 - r 4m UK1"'" rii-i.ftf- How to Provent Forging. sin-cer- li Uic.-vd- H warm-hearte- mid-da- Inf-ior- , ehll-Ure- n -- ttttvtrrvMWvvA. jii" onduclve to the welfare of my country izatlons. of good government, I and tbe Hut this Is not to bo a campaign of uld not If promotionfor myself and for you. I could, personalities. Tho battlo will lo upon Held a single consequence or a fair Interpretata higher piano, and tho overshadowing ion of wy course. Ibihio will bo thnt of thotaltT. Cincin These words wero not flippantly 'pokcm They camo from u obor, nali Enquirer. painbtaklng and consclcntloua man, who REPUBLICAN DECAY. Served well of tho people whom ho Why the Tarty of Hoodie, llooze and .as nerved. In upltoof aomo'tnlhtakes, Tflncoinho N'omlimtcil llarrlion ihe first Cleveland AdminlHtratlon will The nomination of Harrison wi pass Into history as ono of the cleanest mado In despair by tho weary, worn inthohUtory of the liopublle. -- Lfucwjo out delegates who had been utruggllng UiraUl for n week against tho plotting and 7 As Sccn by a Republican, juggling of tho Blaine conspirator It was not tho outcomo of a deliberate Tho Chlcugo Tribune, tho leading cholco; It was tho only alternative of Kepuhllcan pajxer of tho Went, ways of tho clement. Whllo a ma- - Harrison, tho Hopubllcnn nominee for jority of tho convention would hntu Prualdent, thut ho Is unpopular ut nominnlod Blalno had It dared, there borne nnd disliked itbroud; not Eiip-wa compact nnd determined minor- - .porled by nny German nowspupor, or ity in opposltlon.und tho more prudent 'rw.0gnlzod by any (icrman lender In of tho Illiilno leadem feurod that lfinu, United State; not numbering their favorite wore nominated by a' among his close friends ono man who ttlmplo majority of tho convention he tWT tf0rvcd with him In tho Senate of could not receivo tho united support of 'n, UnlUnl Staten; huted In rallfornia tho party. Tho Illnino men would nottbtaiisoho votfjl fourteen times against go to Sherman or Orosham.nnd AUIhon restriction of (lilnoso Immlgnitlonj and Alger wero not rcgntdul us at nil opiioscd In his own State beenuso ho Is available. Sherman's unyielding 1 lind distant In hU manner, and Mstenoyln his candidacy prevented a 'identified with every public net which concentration upon AlcKinloy and the hai ovor been adopted vhlch could convention was reduced to the altcrna- - W0lina tho tonhlbllitios of voters not tlvoof taking Unrrlhou r AwcHcr!ngm,mburod wnnif IiIh i,wn Particular for days lu tho torrid work of finding a Plqm, jn the Ilopubliean party; horse." Harrison was, there- - in dtruugHiippoitnmoiigpolltleIuns, foiHMi Wirt of UoIhoii'h cUqIco or rath- but Jlttlo among tho rnnU nnd file of er u cholco of evils. I hut appearn to wlzo up Hie party. .Whufbtivngth has tho Hepubllvnn (4j0 Kepubllcan candidate about iu no uomlneoP tho reader will ii.lc No ny Homoerut could hopt turately ft pcrsgnal strpngth whatovr As cvld q do iUiW. 9uU JtqtuW i ! ftnti-lilnln- o ns i per-,1,Uiv-"Uni- 'k driver of a horse but that Thoro has felt tho annoy no 00 that results fmm forging, or tho striking of the forward shoes by the hind ones In traveling, and yet this win bo prowmled. The occasion of tho forging Is, the hind feet are thrown forward nud strike tho for ward or front feet before they can get out of tho wny, a remit of tho action of must bo ismrUtl, the Iiorm), wliti-wlilch Is explained In "Artistic Horse aocMUpUnhxl Shooinjr," mid which shoo on by using n heavy tho front feet to mako tho horse reach further. After tho front shoe has been nailed on, take a rulo und measure tho distance from tho coronet to tho bottom part of tho too, observing tho slant of tho foot. Measuring tho hind foot In tho sumo way, lu most cunes It will bo found to bo from to one Inch tho shortest, and tho shorter tho foot tho quicker It can bo raised. Now, by placing tho bIioo upon tho hind foot so that tho too will project enough to make tho dlstanco fro 111 tho coronet to tho bottom of the too the name as In tho forward foot, and then let tho shoo project woll behind, making It a llttlo heavy, tho foot will not ho raised as high, It will uot bo thrown as far forward, and so forging will he prevented. Tills Is n simple procedure, and ono that can ho ordorod by any farmer who Is troubled with forging lu his horses, and, If found Huccensful, will savo an unnecessary annoyance. (krmnntown In no 1 one-quart- lit bf l.mg, .riling lli A' uw tOnn a ir t mad HmiK Arrnl fluuiiit and I'oiuU Itiiuii.i4i. Ti.rVi hI'ataijm r aiidrri f ( Mr'itn CUUbti iet itrf JCKs. 1. ri:.VM.aiV. nt. Jilarx't tualron. a ii u jsin ACoaihi Atbjr,hUclu in rhi.r rrnrcuUrft'U II lth.l .uj.ii. )nlfi. uurtifi Tlicrs la no brllcr rciiie1y for Itivao tin rrriiT. nokkMrtn'tlVaiaAn-alp- , ArUft ".- HUlsln rorlJc, Slinhnl.t., thrtvfhiy rnrnmoii irnaro rill, atrial will ruve. rrlco,J3. C, iujl circular. "rt.BHl SSI'S iLUvat.f.r. ) Sold Evorywhoro ST. SI A 111 'H rOI,l.i:r, tmtinutit ltrlih .. unu ualsilTaiitaitri I V. iMr1nnC Dyspepsia, Costivenoss, matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. Sick HoadacliOa Rhou- " urtttiKHt GINGER Iim1r?l"w,."t'f,lltili. t" Iniii. f -- ", . t ( m "l-- t 21DUCATIONAU ( u ui w rallTtmhf 1'4. tet tji-Ui- ttr llll Cincinnati as m m a dm JULY,tt A I m m ' ' ' "a Mai.i ,: i isntv x CEHTEHHIflL EXPOSITIDH GRAND JUBILEE cefabratlng the Settlement of the HiO VALLEY NoMhweslernJemtog. UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. EXCTTRt fO N RATES FROM ALL POINfiT TO MAKE vSWipjrs Telegraph Wife - - n A DELICIOUS A8IC BISCUIT BRAND" SODA Married dust a Month Why, how Into you nro! I VOUn GHOCIfitt ITOIt thought you wore never coming homo! What mado you stay so long? Husband -- Don't ropronoli mo, woman! Ho thunkful that I urn ho 10 so soon. Why, I loft tho grounds at tho cud of tho twelfth Innings, with tho score u ttel Think of thutl Luwell CitiuH, cago, of whom only two nro 'women. About 100 of them nro murchunts, who hiiYQ made (ut tunes of 100,000 to ftWc DWIGHT'S "COW AND TAKE NO OTHER. Thro aro 2,1)00 Chinamen In Chi- rnCC 7f,iuirnJlll,.,A .' ",l l"rlplloa rnfcsVjLL.mM MuoiJVAlXiciociuuail.o llATfl tJM,t 900 VWaViiMr'1.:i1"l"ll,Mia Ul l'"! tl " 1 ' ""atwito ' aw stiaa lwUihisi ivilKN IVIIITINU ssf aula lb. $ TO AllVKUTiaUlla lLKAM aaw law AfltsrUaasjaa m MM VV MFamMsm