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'rji tmi!l flUKT' w uHirrJWi im-- iAAL!llM yi .jETa?Ci, fr yyflvwAfri p rrMBiwtf w sf , -- j; I PJ THE HICKMAN COURIER. - FINE JOE PItlNTINGt ; VI rUILISNEI EVERY FRIDAY nv GEORGE i Ofllco-Jackson ZZloUinAn, Ity, WARREN, THE HICKMiiN COURIE I Tho Oldost Nowspnpor in1 EXECUTED--- " With w Kealntss and Dispatch. fm r r SALE BILLS, Rtreet, nrxt door to City IUtl B 42. nf 41 t ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS. BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. ; J GEOROE WAIinEN, Editor. Wostorn Kontucky. 1888L Price of SultscrIiliou $l.no. ESTABLISH EI) COOLLY PHEL'AKEI) 1850. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. JULY 27, SLAIN IN THEIR SLEEP. at rive-linll- VOL. XML-N- O. LER WINS. Ccvll rtxtd Soo TJs. current Tnic Idaho pear, Topica new fruit, Ii of Chi TWO NEW OOUNTERFBIT& Attention Drawn lo One end Hllver Cerllriratea nt fs'sunl by Uncle tiese origin, In Cornish, Mn AndDollborntoly ExocutoUCaao of Bolf-Murd- KurkaM, FIFTIETH CONGKESS. Th4 rirst Session, THE COMMONWEALTH. n. Con, Chief Jus- - I'lNK'trx Ii destroying valuable horses r M ifc Tiixnc are jnny bottles of perfume for Impecunious dudes. A Hiiooklyn man got only 177 Aniwvri when lid advertised for a wife. Mmo, flAhritl u has given $10,000 to Garfield University, Wichita, Kas. KMi'KRoit William II. Is tho first Hub King of Prussia. Tmic Shah of Persia recently had a tooth pulM n tho presence of all his court Vuudtn Is exerting alligator to Germany, They nro going os imuruiii pets. Am Italian jteddlcr, arrested In Now York, wild his flnouf five dollars with pen-n- l. Km dealers throughout the country are again agttatliij; the selling of eggs by weight, i, mmniJitptf1 L U ttlHCWLaajr: that if the alsrust a ttvH invito U !Ka lie ill A Meiiipltls lintel Clerk's TroRlo I tenth A Nosel Kscuse fur Shunting Oir, Sovon Llvoa Lost on tho Tuff-Bofain, Oonvoyf Wabuixotot, July 22. -- Tho Cblfif of tho Hecre t Bervlce, Treasury Department, has Issued a circular describing two new coun A Trrrlflc Kiploilon In the Dewtl of tho terfcit silver certificates that have recently MgtitThe SIctlms braided and maile their appearance In tho Hast. Tho llurneit In Hie Moat Hor- first note Is a certificate of Departmental Berles 1HW1, letter I). It has tho pjwarnnco of a lithograph, and tho engraving Is very coarse and scratchy. The face of General Grant la almost devoid of expression, anil has a small lump at the end of the nose, on the right able of the faco, Instead of a wrinkle, as appears In a genuluonotc. ThewordsThtscertlflcatoIs receivable for customs, taxes and all pub He dues," printed near the top In the bor der of the lck, are scarcely dlscsrnlble and hard to decipher, hits on the genuine note they are clearly cut and easily read. The lack of the not has a blurred appear (lvo-doll- leasa It. iul ?( Cheap freights Induce moot of the Lewis County, N. Y., dairymen to ship their chres to Montreal, A rnLnnED gentleman In Trnnosse has loen selling glass marble to eopl as a protection against lightning. li timxl in Ibe Ah 4nrt cUI, ( world, It tu im laid from Canada to Aus tralla, a dlstame of 7,.Vx) mites. A. J. MrufckTfth, llift I'iiIuii (Htrty's ratnlUlAtn fur 1'rMnlfiit, has written a UtUr accrptlnj; tha nomination. A t'dioiiKKKrittK arn" Homaii pntst to tho pmttrntUrr for flvo years fur strallnj; a tnuilollar canary. TncproipocU of tho oat cnp through out the Wotl havo chanced fur tho Iwtter IhocropMdu fair to l an'xl as thecni of IN 7. Hrrpnro lrln talrn hy the Htato for rat coiiiiuUniiii of Net York to rntaMlih an extniMVo piesrrre for the breeding of lid ilerr. An entrrpriilnj; physician In Australia adfertl-es- : hIhIII Miy onedialf tho fu tieial eiMnot In caet hrro am not - Ibs hasln highly sensational suicide waa committed hern to day by J H A they, tho at tho Peabody Hotel. He shot himself Mth a plstol Mousing to theday clerk, which ho carried from the hotel to Ma room at No, 77 Adams atreet. Previous to tho drradftl act he indited a letter to his wife, who la at lialtimore, nnd also one to Mr ( H, Oalloway, the proprietor of tho PalioIy Hotel. In Ida letter to Mr. (lalloafty ho returned thnnka for the rourus es that had leen extendoit to him during the past threo weka of his employment there, but said further .JeareA KU Inability to give satisfaction In tto position ho occupied. Tho rttter mWreiscd vy his wife, the content a of which are tta. On known, was forwarded to her tho table In his room a picture of his w ife was found, on which waa written t "1 hooe my sweetheart will forgive rac" hlnnelr In the right breast, the weapon bo rJmlth it Wesson, ami n Ing a geieit fluiu on o'clock Until SIX o'cinct this afternoon The deceasel came mouths lv from Italtlmnrn ago, and for a tlino was emplojed of an at tho wholesale drughouso He acccptel tho cashVleet & Co. ier rfrtd liook keeper's Hstlon at the Peat-odHotel aliout threo weeks ag-and was generally liked. His wife Is in Haltlmoro with relatives, aud la om to He ai aUmt Imcomo a mother. old. No cause be)ond what ho wrote to Mr. Galloway can bo asslgucd fur his rash act. MkmI'Iiik, Tit(ff., A book-keep- July 2X ththa ll?st 1 re no parallel silk threads In the note, Tho silver cert in second n6to Is a mteof Departmental series, 1STS letter D. Its general appearance is very good, hut tho vignette of Martha Washington Is very coarse nnd scratchy. Tho words "doled Ktntva linVv tho npjrttilu of Mug produced by ft woM cut, end the shading Is very coarse. Tho hack of tho nolo at first glance looks remarkably well, but minim Inspection numerous defects In th" lath work can b dlenvered There are no parallel silk threads In tho note, and the seal la very pale. one-doll- svnon, t W14 baUr flotocSjoAr.TlMrsr -- TEN KILLED. rrlglit Collision with L'ntisual Itesiills One Fireman and The Two hrvrn Trnln llamls Meeting Death. hT.ciimrm, V a., July 22. A terrible collision cccurred on the Norfolk and Western railroad this morning about two o'clock eight miles at hi to tho city, between a freight and a material train, killing both engineers, one fireman and live of crew. the Doth engines aro com pleletv tvreaknditnd seven cam demolished. A targe force of hands have lcen nt work all day moving the wreck, and the track has len cleared. The loss Is estimated at SPV.CxM, Kugineers Henry aud Harris, Fireman Damley, of the material train, and seven colored train hands, whoso names are unknown, were killed. Fireman Mays, of tho freight train, waa fatally injured Tho conductorcscaped with slight bruises. Tho accident was caused, It la claimed, by the conductor of the material train misunderstanding orders. - I , twetdy-flveyea- rr SLEPT TWO YEAU3. Iji-- I Comes Out ol Van Mlufclc Act. IllHrniAMrrnif, N, Y July 2X Aft- -r lv Ing In a tiancH for nearly two sears. Jk, Gullfovle, of this city, haa Just awoken! to him to h from what Uen tmt thoateep of a night. Mr, flu who waa attending tho High Heh waa to alaudon his compiled his tocausa hea tft of studies betrau of Instead Improving ho to rapidly decline, Huhequently ho was sent b the ovmitry In tho hope that air and cxerclao would bring again his former health, Init this proved a false hope, ago last 31arch he sank one two Jnaeplt tlultrnjle nt tits nip 1 small town of Noith Wle, Montgomery County, Pa. A OrriiAi. Mho gets Horsted In a duel by a civilian can not I a hero In Kiane. Central Ibrtilar.ger Is Iolujc his grip on tho Front Ii people, VftsH MAHOMKRtTAtof Italy, Is making a cnUectlofi of rarUt with a vie to dec oral In jr. some day, alio "ay, th Mixldlng m, brldo. drr of hr Tw o brother nnmnl ltroly made fun of a lckly William in Min3 man name Ijoxltigton CKjnty, H. U, and Williams shot and killed thrni toth, Italy Ii tho grentcl ccmnlry, l,"n,t)nfrni lelng derelopo! to that Industry, ylvbllng WX'J.tXUtoW.OtU.. "0 gallons of oil annually. TllKnc ha ben a heivy shrtnkagn In tho quantity f Bmith Ametlcan ugar for w ardent to this country during the season, at compared with lait year A Knrcii iloctnr nf note says that any jih alclan w Imi w III ad viae a womon to I Ids oil horaetvirk for her health slimiM ! klikrtl out of the profession. A FAnwrn In Hanta Ilatluira County, Cal haa rlered fHJi) IttU jtvir from half an arm of pampas giaai. Tho plum a readily I ring fhe cents each. The Fcstisaiirr-nenrra- ! has rerrirftt linlfcothat tho (lernuu Potat leiartmetit haa foronnlnt t'i this country several rao if nhiblts for theCltiolnnatl Kx jNuillou, You.iu men In Philadelphia who have girls to supply, haro started tho story that Mrs. Cleveland doea not eat Ice cream, bo- leIiorlng that It encourages the growth of pimples. IL H.Ti'CKr.iu Jr., of Atlanta, Ga has started from his homo In that city to walk to New York. Tho trip Is aolcly for pleas tire, anil ho espvts to reach his destination In four weeks. A rtranue new miiwhat on the i lady bug ha pparod by mil lloua In tho oat Heidi of Dutchess County, X Y., and threatens to mako tho harvest a light and chaffy one. t CARxrn Hebrew called Habbl Joseph Is stirring up.lhr.Jcws of tho cast aide of New York City to a closer oUcrvance of e tow, nnd has rjulto a rcrlrej im tho In Judaic clrclea. del a The Mmlth fimily is numerous in England and Walea. Tho census places tho mimlerof Individual Hmlths In those coun which is more than tho trei at wlioln Kpulatlou of Dublin. Qiosn Yuna Ciil'M), a Chinaman, has applied for iinJurAUiAtton !(!-- ! in Kl. a -- fiz. pairs cf U ins have leen liorn hi tho siac of Hfiht nionlli to irtldents of the Krrful." npjra liiiif lnrt Mn-ai- 15 It t is ft fthether or not Chung Is entitlodtopapora, and tho case will tan test one. Mn. Parnell Ullevea that eventually the homo mlo movement wilt result In tho ffttibllihuifntof an Imperial Parliament In which England, Scotland and Ireland and tho colonies will lepreicntod. It used to lenld thatthero waa corn and oil In Hgypt,but this Is wrong as far as tho oil Is concerned. Kgypt has spent nearly a million dollars in trj lug to strike oil, but the iw U evidently no petroleum there. Tiik Augusta (irnn.) Journal 1oasta of a ladtsh raised mwir that town which meaa tire ftftn Inches In length, eir.ht Inches In circumference, with a tap root fifteen length luchea lung total thirty flve nchea. TllK estimated cott of the proponed suspension bridge over tho North ricr at fflttMlU(XJ. It will give en New York, I trance foi ten rnllroadi Into tho city of New York. Tho central apan will tm2,KV) feet long. Iiikhk arr nlito of Massachusetts Gov ernors living, vli.r (loorge H. lloutwell, Henry J, (linlnor, Nathaniel P. Hanks, U Utlam Clallin, William Gaston, Alexander II. HI co, John D. Iong, lloujamln K. llutler and (Jeorgo D. lloblnson, Tiik pineapple, though a delicious fruit, has been nearly driven out of tho market by tho wholesome, cheap and easily trans jHirted luinaiia. Tho pluo Is tho most risky to hamllo of all tho tropical fruits, It rots wry quickly after I Ipeulug, and If not ills K.od of at once bocomoi a total Ion, J. II. Jetkh claims to m the youngest grandfather for miles around. Ho Uvea In born 31arch SO, Moutclnlr, Ni J IKY). His son, Augustus, was born Jan uary 0, 171, and became the father of a "bouncing girl" Juno I, 1HS& As a thirty eight-- ) earmold grandfather tho senior Jeiiks feels pretty proud. It Is proposed toestnbllsh in Itetbany (the town of Mary and her sister Martha, where tho Lord raliel Lazarus from the dead,) a homo which shall forma center of Christian woik. Tho tlllngo has y nlKmt&X) InhnbltAiits, who live In squalor and dlv In Iguorauio of tho gospol, Tiik Haltlmoro AmcrUan Is of tho opinion that tho redheadod-glrt-andwhlthorse Joko Is uitlrely out of data, and tho person who umkei a remark aUiut tho joung lady with auburn locki not only shows that ho Is iwhlnd tho times, but gives a sad inhibition of ill brseding, Mns, AV, K VAMjrnsiLi'n boudoir, tt I" iald will coitf wbtn It U completely fur i Uais. li.a c-- rt tii j.; t UIdv.1 Chicago, July 22. During the thunder night into a jmrtlal trance or cataleitte sleep, and since that time ho ha Iain u storm thta morning, while Evangelist Mood) s old church at laHale and Chicahtaremarkntdo atumlier, I'rldayhnat ke, go avenuca waa croud ol with worshlpera, u aud thmigh 3rt somnwhat weak, be tho belfry was struck by lightning, teartho high mail to rccot ery. Of his sit he ing ofT largo part a of tho slate roofing. leiiiriulxTs nothing. The congregation was much alarmed and a rush was started for the street. A panic Busy al Iht Nary Yard. by tho coolness of was VTjivHmnu, July 2S. Atlhe Wmlimg- - the a cited, however, tor, Ilev. Charles Goss, who conton Navy Yanl ordinance ofllclals reiit tinued the services as thmigh nothing had very gratifying progiess on tho gum tor happened, and In a few minutes the frighttho new vessels of wnr. Thfre are sow ened auditors resumed their scats. thlrty-flvttreechloadlug r3es under wy, and aomeof these arn weltsd Stage Robbed, vaiiccd touard completion. rJAK Fhaxcikco, July 22. Thostagcrnn complete In nil their parU, and "!! pnb nlng between Han Luis Ohfstxi, Cab, and ably reach tho proving groiid within a Templeton was robbed by a masked man gnns far tho w bile crossing few Hecks. Tho two a the mountains. The robber d Chicago are practically ordered the driver to stop, and Immediate ly covered him with a revolver. Ho then Shiridaa I r on In 5. compelled tho passengers, six in number, Vt Oenoral and tho diWt-rtSfnQftTT, Mais, aKmU from ta;ag& 8hrridan has had a ery favorable tune In The passengers were placed in a row and hours, and bis Imthe past twenty-fou- r robbed of ttVXJ. About )1,000 waa also taprovement, while not paitlcularly notiiwa ken from a Express lox. b!e, has lievn steady nnd without draw A Herrlbh) Death. His allowance of food Is Mug lacki. graduallr aid hi de nnw F.Vanrviu.k, Imi, July 22. Captain J. more nearly approaches that whkh would H. Hull, a prominent citizen of Webster bo given to a man In health. County, Ky,, was killed last evening In a Ho was driving a moit horrible manner. Money Wanted for River Improvements. muloteam, with his daughter and her child WASHWiTof, July 73 IMImaloa for tu tho wagon. The team ran away, throwriver Improvements. Ohio riser, nest ing Mr. Htull under tho wagon and entanyear, JUMVW (Including tUM.wi) for gling him In the gear, dragging him over MiffUHiidif-djArds- , killing him Instantly, lams); Davis Island dam, I015; Muihmi His daughter and her child were not serigabeta, West Virginia nnd Pennsjlvanla, Injured. Allegheny ously P.fM; balance aaPnble, river, next ear, )0,Ois:i locks andd-tmsoDust Over a Melon. the Muskingum, next j car, Koxvill-:- , Tknv., July 22. Charles Terrell and Walter Roberts, two leading DciUuclU Sldrm Ift WltcsisM. young white men, fought a duel last night PLTMornt, Wn, July 21, This Mcinlty at Illackwator, Hancock County, over a wa liled by a heavy atoim joitrnlay, molon. Fcrrcll was Instantly shot to Tho Uain of Iewls Hriden. a few mllea death and ItoUrts painfully injured. Tho east of this citj, was struck and entirely Jury of Inquest released Hoberts from - , 4 . - WUt irtM, MK blame, considering the killing a matter of of hay, Incalculable Injury haa been done thought to honor on his part. - . to fruit and crojw. Tlietorm is Involve a largoaiea of country. Chinch Bugs In Southern Illinois. Br. Lviik, July 21 Southern UUuuU niter Captain Sett to Jail. farmers are complaining of the ravages of -- Captain Lw PirnBURdii, Fa ( July ibhahbugs, which they claim aro mora N I'Ufl., iftiMtMlfl- -l ft thA fx union numcru aad dcatruitivo than over besteamer Mayllower, and a fore. A committee of fifteen will meet ot steamlKatmnn, was ronvlctoil last we k of IiOulsvlIle, Clay County, to deselling liquor without a linnso. vise means to get rid of tho pests. Prof. ho was sentenced to pay a lino of 7And Forbes, Htato Kntomologlst, will nddress undergo flvo mouths' Imprisonment in tho the meeting. county Jail. 1 o six-Inc- h )cr Altt Church Struck by Ughlnlng. Kouilr flc-ho- Wells-Forg- o lcril, jl,: -. well-know- n To-da- y Bitten by 1 Mad Dog. CitATTAtfHHiA, Tknn., July 21 A littlo dog belonging to Dr. Fuller, who res dot on Grove street, yesterday went mad. It was shot by JeJT llatm, coloieil, who was bitten by the nnlmat lefore ho died. Little Nora Fuller, whose pet lh mr was, Was bitten slightly by ItouThuuday Chinch Bugs In Ohio. O., July 22. Chinch bugs are reported In myriads In all this valley. Ke Dayton, last. musket In his mouth and pulling tho trigVlucentaon Meyer, nn ger with his old man, living In this city, blew his bead oil tlds afternoon. Ho was moody oser property In Germany that hn said be had been chcutod out of. C!EVKr.Ain, Burned lo Death, July 2.1 Dolllo Vnn Home, y Why Mr. Meyer DUJ. KcnAvroN, Pa., July 2.1 Ily t, phclng a cent rains checked their ravages, but the pests aro now In the oats and corn. Farm Drter, nged respectively nineteen nnd era are without fear ot gr&it damago If twenty-onwere probably fatally and rntn should come. There have been no several other employes badly burned by chinch bugs In this vicinity since tho year M explosion of sulphuric acid at tho ltol. btandaid theater. ratal Bolter Exploiion. Drought Causes Forest Fires. comes Dkip Hivmi, Mich , July 20. Heavy St. Louis, Jul) from Zlon, Ky,, near Henderson, of a fatal foint file nro raging over nil Arenno toiter explosion nt the coal shafts of Wit County and all the way between this placo Hams X' Moss. David Htone, tho engineer, and Gladw in. Timber of nil kinds la being and Moses Haskln, fireman, were Instantly destroyed, fences nro being burned, and killed, and Fred Williams, Frank Throop other property damaged. Many fanners and Alexander Lougnecker were badly have had to light for their homos. Thero tms hcou no rain of conseipinco hero for scalded. The tw o latter w 111 die. Ihieo months. The Lunar Eclipse. New YonK, July 22. Dispatches from tho seat of various observatories announce that In many Instances good ob Mackav's Cable Not Sold. WAaninTow, July 17 PrATr Mr (by request) Introduced a bill to organise a National Guard. The till to place Gen"ifire-matecenter-boar- d schooner, eral Fremont on ths retlr-- d list as Majr th Saj VrlU 'rKMt Tcssc t Its eral was passofi; yeas, twenty nine, nays, twenty-olad afloat. Her length of keel la 223 ne. Tho Penate receded from Us subsidy appropriation MIL fH; breadth, W feetj depth of hold, amendment to tho poit-omc- e rllilo Mannrr. passed. Tho cJRht ' an her meftBUrom'nt will bo The for tho hour claims bill was TiOUinvir.LK, Ky., July 20. Tho exploadmission of Washington as a State tons. Her mast will bo of bill sion of tho steam pipe that euppllod tho 1W was taken up, and at 4:40 p. m. tbe Bcnato adOrsgon pine, and her foro mast, main engine fjom tho boilers, caused the death mast, mizzen mast, spanker mast and journed. IIovsiC Bovcral veto pension messages wero of net en men of thotugboatConvoy atlMO will be each 115 feet In length, while read. A resolution was adopted calling on the o'clock this morning. The accident occur 'thijtop masts will bo each M feet, Tho Secretary of tho Interior for information In remiles up tho river near red twenty-si- x Weatport, Ind., and most of tho men wero dlftetr of theo lop of her masts at the cap gard to Mexican war veterans whose names Willi twenty-twInches. There will bo haro been dropped from tho rolls. The tariff asleep nt tho time. Tho following Is a list vMlnher construction 410 tons of white bill was taken up, and alt amendments offered of the victims! Wm. Page, twenty-eigo rrom Virginia, fOO.OOOfeet of hard pina for the repeal or reduction of internal revenue years old. Residence unknown. Wm. liar from Oeorirl, Jort Af Jrcn. tasea wero defeated. When tbo last section of the bill was reeched It was Screed tons OcU 5 " , iMrt,.flj, year, Aold ;lftte btr 1, 1PM. as tho dle for tt to go t nto effect. -" "v' " . M "". """ At 5 t. fa th llous took a rceajmttv b. ssu, nmrrlml. llrai1fnr. Jnrk'a lltitt. l'a. VIA. I .7f.Ut "V " nBJ 7 JHPt. . f urtaM nlfiTrii 'jrtrf Ittr n riMlaii1inan--sWsssisTistrilTPlains faN tfeett WAjfofifrfWJoTy oso- Allegheny City, -- lavf runalag 'rlcib iidence, tho cntiro length of tho vessel, at pension veto was read. Kc ports were mado tfc 4 j VW4. go Mc with nine hatches, Bhe will bo launched from Committees. A resolution was reported J Resilience, Jack's Run, Pa. Geo la October. to extend tho Inter flute commerce law to tele-Cann, twcutyfuur years old. Jsldemo graphs. Tho bill to aduitt WavMnKton Territory Pittsburgh. about William Keller was considered until 4.50 p. m, when tho SenHronek Stilt In jail. thirty five years old. Heal leu co un Chicago, Jnly 19. Frank Chleboun, tho ate adjourned. known. When tlm tmat fMAihed West Informer, nnd Ride to get cp public Hccss ErrcrU Frant Cnaper, tho other miles up, every thing, man connected with the alleged conspiracy building bills, but the tariff bill took precedence lort, twenty-si- x and was considered until 4 . p. m., when the according to tho first mate's story, waa to blow Judges Gary and Grfnnell and In- Houso rwljourncd. running smoothly. He toes a walk back spector Ron field to Hearen, have been reWAfuiiKrmm, July ia Senate. A number to tho cabin and found sll quiet. Ho leased on bail, tho stopped and talked to his friend, Georgo ctird hh liberty first named having se of Houso bills wero passed, also several Benito late latt night and Chapik bills. The Acdcrson Hoaso bill was pieM dion a lower McCann, who was lyli-Kach furnished bonds In tho sum recting land grant roads to operate their own berth near the door. Tho latter half of $5,(KX, while Hronek was telegraph lines and to business from alone rose In his ImmI and remarked: "I'll in his cell. Chleboun will hardly neglected all connecting telegraph-receive companies. After an bo prosesoon he at homo with my family." executive session, lasting from S to 57) p. m , cuted, seeing as has told every thing. Then ho lay down and went to sleep. Chapek will not, be according to popular be- the Senate adjourned, the nomination of Ham uel J. Bfgeiow to ho District Attorney of New Tho mato returned to the pilot house nnd lief, be harshly dealth with. According to Jersey being rejected. was conversing with Captain Reno, the Chlebonn's confession Hronek waa tho ono Houst The bill authorising the condemnapilot- - They wero then two miles above who suggested tho scheme to blow up tho tion of land for sites for publio buildings was Weatport. Suddenly there was a terrlfio men who had been explosion, the whole boat lecame envel- ing tU Haymarket Instrumental In send- agreed to as amended by the, Fnato. A resomartyrs to the scafTotd. lution to act a day for labor legislation waa oped In steam, and tho niachlncrvatoppcd. Ho furnished the dynamite and bombs, referred to the Commutes on itutes. Tno tariff Tho Captain, who was asleep, hurriedly and was altogether as enthusiastic In tho bill was taken up, and nt 2:7) p. m. debate finaldreiied, called his men and made preparaly closed and tho bill was reported to tho ruatUr as Llngg fn his palmiest days. tions to laud. The yawl waa lowered, a House. Tho President a vet of the Allentown i.i. lino taken on, and the boat was towed public building bill was cnnstdered,and anew bill , Starvation In New Foundlanl reducing tho amount from f IOn,non in fm.uio offerasbcre aud xuade fast to a tree. Then tho ed forpaasage over the veto. The House reHTj Johns, N. F., July 19. People arrivCaptain proceeded to tho after cabin, where the explosion occurred. Wm. Pago ing aero from tho Interior and northern fused It yeas HI, nays M, not tho necessary At lay near the dour, dead, tho blood rushing part of the Island report that tho direst until 8 o'clock, 4.23 p. m. a recess was taken tho night scMon being for bills from his mouth and and destitution is prevalent at the small ham from tho Military and Appropriation Commit ears, leva which depend upon flsblng for a livtho flesh scalded off his body. Wiltcer. liam Harrlgnn was In hla U'lih. His ing. A Rose Blanche correspondent says WASntNOTOv, July M Senate The Senate death must have Instantaneous, for that pauperism has assumed the most passed the House bill making Decoration Day alarming proportions. Had tales of de.tl a holiday in the District, ond the Mil for a publio ho lay In tho same position as when he re tired. Robert Jones was on the floor and tution and poverty come from Grtguet. building at Dro nsvllle, Texas. The nsvnl apbirely alive. Ho was horribly burned nnd T, K, Thompson, who arrived hero from propriation bill was rcporteiL In rxocutire lived but fifteen minutes, lie died with the latter place y esterday, says that mora session Mr. Fuller was confirmed as Chief Justice. A bill for the erection of a publio building his wlfo'a name on his Dps. Win. Illgley than a third of the people aro In a starving at Chicago was reported. A bill to prohibit tho was still allvo when found, but died in ten "ondtlon, f -- -. importation of Chinese laborers was dttcussed minutes. Chariot Luster was found lying 1 until adjournment. Iron Manufacturers Goto Pieces, out. Mo of tho cabin on his face. He was House. The House passed tho bill approprt-atlng-rry),tFrrranimrm, Pa., July 19. Tho Western not dead, ami told them he bad mn out to aid State homes for disabled Iron Manufacturers' Association was for Thoconfercjee report oa tho Ulver there as soon as ho could recover from tho malty dissolved yesterday. At a meeting soldiers. shock of the explosion. Ho waaatmoit and Harbor bill was ogrotd to. Hills were aud of tho Conference Committee a resolution passed for tho retirement of Generals IlaMy baked, his skin was parched was adopted disbanding thecoinmltteonnd Smith and A. J. Smith w 1th rank of Colonel and little Jots of blood stood out from his In absolving tho member of tho Association Brigadier General, and W. W. Averilt with the lody. tho of itorea Captain. Houso two hours he was dead. Georgo McCann who have not signed tho Amalgamated rank of calendar. The4 3) p. m.then took up the private At lay dead in exactly tho same position ho scale from all pledges; also authorising a recess until H o'clock, tho nlpbttho Ilousutook session being waa lu when tho first mato left him lait them to act in their individual capacity re devoted to private pension bills. half an hour !eforo. Wm. Keltey was gardlng thoatartingof their works. A gen WASniNGTOV, July 2b SrNATE Tho bill to pulled out from under his bunk and was eral resumption will probably take placo reimburse the depositors of the Freedmcna in few days. Hank was dfecussed and passed. It appropri allvo, but he was also terribly burned. ates ii.ouowjJ. Tho conference report on tho Charles Chambers, theothcrman who slept ' InlwSUU Telearaph Bill. rWer sari hTbor WU w received from tho In tho cabin, was blown out of tho doer, tusnixoTOX, July IK. Senator Tlntt House, nnd was ordered printed. The Hennto and had a nilraculoua escape. TnoolHcers then proceeded to consideration of tho fisheries waiautburlsed by the Henote Committee. of the boat mn gtye ho explanation of tho of Inter-Stat- e Commerce to report back treaty in open ciccutlrc senloa, and Mr Teller accident, nnd claim the machinerrwasln addressed tho Senate. At S n. m. Senate ad (with verbal rmendments) tho Hpooner spected last February, and w as thcu in ex bill, subjecting the telegraph companies Journed. eel lent condition. 11 10 a. m. tbe Mills tariff bill was HorsE-- At to the jurisdiction of tho Inter-Stat- e Comcalled up and finally passed, a speech by merce Commlitlon and regulating Uilr Mr Mills yeas IM nays t after motion toad-Jou- n OVER NIAGARA A In lnUth tL anint way ms tho until Wednesday next was votod down. llamlanme Georgia IjiIj I.oar Her Life by Inter-Stat- e commerce law regulates the The House took a recess until 8 p. tn the night tho 'iUlujc of a Moat Her Companion affairs of the railroads. session being dovoted to tho consideration of Iteanteil. Indian depredation bills. NiAdMiA Falls, N. Y,, July 20. Mrs. P. The Blalnes Sail for Homo. WASitiNOTOf, July ?3 Sfnate. Tho con of age, of MaJ, Tnlly, twenty-tw- o years LmhoM, July 11. Mr. and Mra. Rlalne, fereneo report on the river and harbor bill was presented and agreed to. Tho Senate then procon, (in., lo- -t her life vesterday afternoon their two daughters and MUs Dodge, sail by going over tho American Falls. She from Southampton y on the German ceeded to consider the fisheries treaty In open camo hero with her huihand a few weeks Llovd Line steamer Trave for the United executive session, and was addressed by Mr Dawes and Mr. Stewart In opposition lu Its ago from Mncon. Unbeknown to her husHtates. Mr. and Mrs. Carnegie, with conference tho band she had accepted an invitation to go whom tho family has been staying, will ratification, Thobill was agreed report on Jackto. Tho rircrand harbor with Will II. Harbor not leive their summer residence until son (Miss.) election case was reported. Tho out Hailing jestcrdny. Thoy had gone ipdto Hepteraler, when they will return totho Pit a!dents message on the civil service report a dlstnnco up tho river, when, In mak- United Htates on the new Inraan ship, tho rss presented. At 5.13 p. m. tbo Senato ading n tack, Harber let go the nail and City of New York. journed. tho Lent turned keel up. They drifted I! or an In a few wort!, explanatory of tho Importance of tho Immediate passage of the down tho river toward thocataract, slowly Fussd With the Laborilet. measure, Mr. Crisp (Ga and the getting nearer the upiwr rapids, A start Little Rock, Ark., July U. At a meet- House passed tho Senate ) bcalled up rfect the 11 to from the yaht Titania auerccied ia ing of tho Republican Htato- - Central Comquarantine scrvleo of tho United States. Tho renihiug the overturned boat, to which mittee, whi'h adjourned at two o'clock Mrs. ThIIj and IUrl-oruerclinging Ib.r-l- er this moiutng, a resolution wji adopted do oH of iho BtiUes for the Introduction of bills having boon dispensed with the J!otia mv was roamed, but Mrs. Tnlly loosenel dining to put a Htato ticket in tho Held, cocded to tho consideration of business pertain- her bold and slipped down Into tho wnter, nnd recommending that tho Republicans lr.4 to tho District of Columbia. Mr. Dockery aud nt 6 () p. m. Iter lody, almost lifeless, support the Union La1or ticket, beaded by (Mc.) suhmllted (tin 4onfrreneo report on passed under Goat Island Rildge, going CM .Norwood for Governor. No action bill rcoulrlnc the Pacific railroad companies to over tho falls a few seconds Inter. She was taken concerning the electoral ticket. construct and operate scparato telegraph lines. Tho report was agreed to. had the reputation of being tho handsomMackay Has Sold Hit Cable. est brunette at Niagara. Cahon. Nev., July 19. It Is said on reHev. E. T. Hor, the novelist, died sudYoung. Death ol liable authority that John Mackay hasdis-pose- d denly at CuriinHU-uu-the-Hudsoot his cable to Jay Gould for CivcnxATi.JulyiW, Thot. A Cannos ba 1 trnln on tho Atatamn diL. Young died at his Coleraln avenue resNegotiations have beMi jn'lln vision of Uiv East Tennessee, Vlrclnla ami idence this niter noon. General Young for scroo time. Mackay originally nsked Georgia railroad, was purposely ditrhml nt Had not been in good healtn stncolast FebH3,oni) ww, but Gould refused these tlgures Illue Springs, near Cleveland, Tcnn., by ruary, lie then Itecamo nlTectedwIth a and finally offered $11,000,000, which was two colored men. disease of tho liver, which culminate! In accepted. WiNMi'jo ohinteeroniccrs hnvo orders dropsy. General Young, In February, to hold themselves aud thoir coninmmls In Shot From Ambush. f Ohio, be 1877, ns Lieutenant-Governo- r readiness to proceed on short notice to the To-da- y CiiATTANOOrtA, Tknn., July 11 camo Governor on tho ascendancy of R, Ford, Term , Jnnio Fairell was Skccn river to assist in enrolling tho Indian R Hn)es to the ofllco of Preiidcntof tho at KIe there, shot and killed by James Donet. Fnrrell uprising United Mate. rouCEMAX AV. F. IU'siru., w hoshot aud had threatened to kill Donet, and tholntter Explosion ot Sulphuric Acid. learning of it laid in ambush and shot Far killed a negro named Jessie lingers, waa held for murder at Chattanooga, Tenn. Hr. Locih, July 19 -- i: I. Hilt and Mlko off his horse. Hlilp ow II ul Ming atTa14 Iniro, Me. f JAr.DBORo,ME., July 10. There Is now CiyU slocks hero ono of tho most remark Mo veaieU ever built In tho United States, I V Tola J Uejr1 two tho Chlo proaw confirm I flrma Hd nation to Ktates, ll. r.TCH Leptii, a carpenter,waa shirgllns; a two-stor- y house at Twelfth nnd Mnn alno tret., ItuisvIHe, when he clipped Wi d tho spcecfc.1 jler Xr. Full before) war; coworp rest fratiwt m. Jolyl.-- It only required w wuw loconsiuor MMvlllo W Fuller, of SVUnUf JUslIeo vf tho tiu tho United States and to r"1 a vote of 41 to K Kdmunds fVLl owined by a lonff and severe ho recalled tho record of Illinois IVHsIflturn iiiit ffflC tho early days of the H Mr. Kuilor with bolnc tfod with having voted oiniion airocttng tho ar- uo ccclarvd t Ml . lIlobrrt JoU 1? .ar, n. k91fffmhr9two t.L f ' nnd foil to tbe pavement. Nearly every thing In his body was broken except hi neck, and ha wilt probably die. w. 8. HnEWER, of Bellwoo.1 Neb , and C J. Uucharinotr, of this Htite, were drovvnel In the Flatto river a; !?ellnood tho ether day, whilo fishing. Hurhaunon'a body hot been recovered. He was to have been married (n a few days. Walter Mkxaoh, a white man, wan arrested at Lexington for stealing twenty nine ? neks of wheat from a freight car at AVyndbarn, on tho Cincinnati Southern railroad. It was the property of Mr. Hassle Bryant, and was sold to D. IX laudo man "for $88.93, h ) Thk atUroae. Hardin Coun peat-offic- v i! a n i '&;.- 'J y r I "" MM "lir ijrr Q 4T Pssssf Vffis srvV9lTVVBrsrVfl - Countr, nro turning out a third larger Jn yield than was anticipated. IwUilWous rain are making the corn crop very prom Islng. a pole rnitr justice that rcLLEn. .0)i len Li. largo degree 8Uto'a rights, and that It would bo dangerous to placo such a man in a position at responsible as the He ono for which ho was nominated Implored tho Senate to run no risks, warnouo for life, ing It that tho position was and that It waa tho highest judicial ofllco within the gift of tbo Government, Sena'or Edmunds was followed by Senator Evarts (N. Y.)t who touched upon many of tho subjects Broken ot by tho Vermont Senator, and then entered Into an olaboratlon of tho charge that It was extremely dangerous to placo a man In tho chair of tho Chief Justice who entertained tho State's rlghta doctrine. Senator Stowart (Nev ) camo In for a strong attack on what ho termed tho con stltutlonal Infirmities" of Mr. Fuller, He declared that the nominee. In a paper read before tho Illinois Bar Association, had given Ms Interpretation of tho legal value of tho various forms of money auand tho Government, thorized by s that ho bad declared that legal tender In every wero abetter silver, because green avenue of trade than backs would always demand of tho Government their redemption at their farn value, nnd silver was subject to the constant fluctuations of tho market for silver bullion. Senator Stewart held that ono who was firmly on record in opposition to Iho popular standard of money value waa unfit to occupv the position of Chief Justleo of tho United States, Senators Cullom sod Fnrwell (111) nlorJ conducted thft defenso of tho nominee. They epoko of Mat ns a citizen und a law jer, and gave bta a certificate ofcharacter which would recommend mm to any Senator Fanvell ofllco In the land. said that If Mr Fuller had ever been hia cuouJes had designated a.. what a copperhead." If he had over opposed Any of tho Unioa measures, it was during his youth, and that his life alnco tho war has demonstrate! that he was as loyal and as patriotic as any man who had been tendered a position under this or any pro vious administration. At tho conclusion of the speeches tho yeas ond naya wero called on tho question of confirmation. Although tho proceed lugs were hold under a double injunction of secrecy, it was learned that ten Republicans voted for Mr Fuller's confirmation and they wero ns follows: Cullom and Fir well, cf Illinois; Cameron green-back- Mr. Fuller'a mind was ao wurped then In favor of Btato'a rights that It would bo unnatural to supposo that ho did not, oven to this day, uphold in a Doono County raised feet high. AT tlrecnaburg, the t. nnd N. has been fined $W0 for violating the Sunday law by distributing ties atong the road. A SKVKMit attempt to release John J. Cornellson on a writ of habeas corim was made a few days ago. reported to th IticntEftEHTA'UVKSTOivfc Hmio favorably bills for tho relief of tho folWwing loyal citizens of Oldham County, near Louisville, for horses taken from them for the purpose of assisting fn re pelting: tbe Invasion of General Rrngg: lUchnrd Glore, A. W. Hardin, James M. Bpeer and Thomas C. Jnger. For tho first three, $300 Is recommended, aud fur the The Democrnt of 1V) d 4173. da; Mitchell, of tnt confirmation. Tho twenty Rcpublicaua votiug confirmation were and Quay, of Fonoiylranls, Hale and Frye, ot Maine; Havla, of MUoesota; Jones, of NevaOregon, and niddleborfer, ot Vtrc.nl a. All of tho Democrats present voted for aiftiln&l te rail m m Grand Master ot Orangemen, Lomks July 19. The Karl of Km has been elected Gand Master of Orangemen sheriff. Tenn. Hicks Cahuichaei. was hanged at Knoivllle, Tenn., for killing a deputy throughout tho world. The Nunol Kenmare Still Faithful. H. U Looav, of Knozville, was robbed of $20 in tho Union depot, at Chattauoogsv, Mnd. Use ah Divas was arrested at Columbus, Ind., on a chargo of murder. It Is claimed that aho)ourod carliolic achulowtr the throat of her buslxind whilo he was sleeping with his mouth open. Thank Iwmis and 1'eter ISekon w ent fishing at Warren, l'a. Tholwot upset nnd Nelson v as drow ucd, TnroionE 8um.it fatally stabbed Henry Uomnc, nt Chicago. Sutter objectel to Hoinar paying attentions to his sister. Neau Decatur, III., Albert M. Fields shot and mortally uoundod Florence Kllpat-ricw ho refused to attend a with him. . ... camp-meetin- g Hlster Mnry Fran-re- s CUro CitsacV, better known as tho Nun of Kenmare, writing from Florcuco, Mass., denies that sho has left tho Catholio Church. Hho demands tho name of tho pei son who started the report, which sho ssysls false. .New 19. York, July ageil soeutccn, was burned to death at by tho explosion Cardlngtnn, O., of a gasoline stove, tihu diod In gnat agouy wild it bachelor, whilo to get tmnlly cngngwl In nowlng. Micro I huo worked just twenty mlnutoa bv tho wntoh trylnff to ot this noodlo throndotl, nnd thon, Just iw I HticroodiMl I imlled Iho thread out. Finally I ot it threndod, nnd now, having ho wed on thta button well nnd otrontf, I llml I hnvo got It on tho wrong ldo, nnd I luivo till my work to do over Hj;nhi.M Household Worth, - "Thorn noiiMstnlkln, mnriIod,H Im lmgoln: Viiuuma Cirv, 'kv., July 20. John W, Mackny makes an emphatic denial of tho rcpoitthat ho hat penatlons and photographs of tho lunar Gould. MuMackay sold his ruble to Jay says thero Is not a eclipse were obtained. shadow of foundation for tho story. Ml Jhas reached Auburn, Cal., of a fire last night In Hidden Treasure Mine at Hunny Bouth, thirty miles east of that placo. Two miners Robert McKUchen and John Douer Ing ha h ttocn taken out dead, and several others w ere fatally burned. Ho particulars have yet lcen obtained. Boulanger Defeated. PAnta, July 22. In the election In Ar y for member of the Chamber decko of Deputies, Denussler (Opjortuntst) votes and Iloulanger l'J,iU2, Small Bronze Cannon. CiiATTaWOOOA, Hav Mlno Horror In California. FnANClsco, July 22. A .... WlllUm arrived at Peterhof, and was met by tbe Crar. Tho two monnrchs emlirneed aid kissed with great cordiality. On Mou ilaytno Kaiser will steam awav for Block Ims The Emperor's CH0STA!VI Jnlv 10 --j - Meet holm. report On Iho 'Hopper Warpath. 20, Fitnoua Falla, Miw., July Tho grasshopper war At Peihnm continues unabated, Although 10,00) bushols hnvo bon caught, thoy aro still catching them at a lively lute, Nona to apeak of liavo flown clT. A tot roso up and How the or six miles, uud when they Alighted forty. Iho bushels of them were caught. Traveled the Same Old Roule. HiHMisoiUM, Ala., July20. AnnloRtx Three Little Girls Drowned. le, a beautiful o rlifcid Ami 4ttorttid, upwudi .fi0.V Trv.v , July 22. miP" "Thoy Mngee, a prominent farmer of Monrbo hut talk oil with hor half an hour, and County, near tho Littlo Tennessee river, oho did not opou hcr mouth once." has In his possession a small hi on za can" You aro mtHtnkon thoi i Captain. Sho non that was taken out of the ground many years beforo tho late war. It Is supposed ynwnod wlx or ulghttlmeti.M--FUegcndthat It was loft there by DeKoto, although Blatter. .. ..-If he were In that section of country It has At ono of tho Sunday-hohoola not been generally known, town tho Hupoilntondoiit nolcod tho Yellow Fever Spreading, vcholans to 11111110 Homo of tho IdoU ViAMilNUTOX, which ptH)du worship nowadays, Ono Hamilton, of tho Marine Hospital tiervlce, of the) email boys unaweiod "PollUoa," rscvlvtd a UNgram stating that thei?wers seven cam of ysltowfevsr t Hiilil Mho wna Intolloctiml c ln eral "Well, C'nptuln, woro you ploaao! with tholadyPM "To npoak frankly, I wiih aotnuw hat dlnappolntod." How oungcjprlnnof the town, suicided at an early hour this morning by taking morphine. Hue was formerly of Jacksonville, Ala, Killed by a "Falling Wall. Ciiicaoo, July 2). While pulling down an old building ownod by tho Germans Hinging Hoclcty, tho members of w hich desired to erect a mom pietentlous structure, onoof tho brick walls fating North Ctaik street and Giant place collapsed prematurely. Tho contractor in charge, Chn. Wick lor, was killed outright. A taLo'sr, Win. Loehr, suffered a similar fate, . HKVKitAL members of the commission np MlntHl by President Cleveland to confer '; with tho Indians ami secure tuelrconiont to the opening of ths great Biotix flsseiva tlon, arrlvfd In HlimeKk and left fcf Pirk la ttWM, a 2i05 nait, dunlin Hock Agentyt S ipelaaedt s, I I I ho stay?" That depends upon tho young lady, Chnrlos. If sho should jtuvn nnd glnnro at tho clock whon It 1h on tho evo of striking 10, and drow obsorvo: "Isn't that clock awfully .'.mi Mow?" tho young mun haH already Senate Substitute for Milts Bill. Hut WASiuwarov, July 19. TheBennte Tariff Maid at least an hour too lonft. huhCoiumtteo has finished Its hearings, if bho Khould wiy; "Myl how fnfit tho and will have the substitute for tho Mouio tlmodoiM Uyl" ho ran etay two hours tariff bill finished and reudy to submit to more w Ithottt wearying hor, Drake's the full Finance Committee on Saturday, Magazine. In many of tho back dUtrlcU of Captured Cattle Given Up. ARDMORr, I. T July Kentucky tho malls aro often carried armed men, rodo Into tho as fur tw thhty-II- o mllea by men who camp of Collector McLlst nnd, walked tho wholo dlcdauco onco a day, prtseutlug their Winchesters, demmded A local paper thus describes ono of he Immediate release of all cattlo h Id by thoo sturdy carrlcra: "Mr. Dittigherty him tor Texas. As the out U vory accommodating to porsons livnumbered tho mtlltla under McLlst's com ing along tho lino (ho ought to bo). uirttid almost two to one nothing was left Imtto submit, aud thecnttlowerogivenup. Ho will carry a widdlo, pup or oven n dog, If ho U not too big, and Rail Mm1lns Psal. Ho will rldo a bo U olTcivd enough. HcrrAlx), N. Y., July i.- - 'Iho bay mar HH Hamlin trotted a lilal naif mile heat liumo through for any ono for a quaryntsrday afternoon attha Uuffalo Driving ter and carry the mall pouch os on his bce-1ih- Moinkh, Ia., July 19. A littlo .laughter of Prof. M. I. Rartlett, of Des Moines, with tho dnughters of W. D. t handler ami Dr. Charles Knlleld, of Jefferson, were drowned In the Coon river while bathing thero yesterday. He Charlos iwkut ,4When a young mr.r. milt upon a young buly to whom ho in w irmly nttuched, how long should m Ulatr, ltowen, taandlcr, Dawes, Dolph. IM n, munda, Evarts, Hawlev, Hoar, Ingills, Man-d- o toa, I'almer, Hstt, Sabln, Sawyer, Sherman, Stewart, Stockbridt,V, Teller, and Wilson, ot lowr, Tho commission of Chief Justice Fuller next week, and Is otpoetod to ho will have an oiportunity to take tho cathef cfttcc immediately nfter tbe com mission la delivered to him, Molvlllo Wettoa Fuller a a born In Augusta Me., on Fobruary 11, IK! Hia father was Frederick A. Fuller h'sinolher Catherine Mare Nathan Weston. tin, daurhternt Melville W. fitted for college n Aujusta and graduated at UovJoln In the class of 1853. his classmate being a J Phelps now Minister to England. Mr. Filr, alter leaving rollece, bei;antho study cf law at llangor After lectures la tho law department o Harvard Unlvent) he began tho pructice of While his irofcsslon is Augusta In 18M, watting for clients he acted us editor of tho ,13 and won fel spurs In loarnallsra. Feeling that his tru flW of work was the law, and realizing that his native city did not afford that scope forerort which be stood la noed ef, Mr, Fuller vent to Chicago. There ho did not have to wait long for practice, Hia ability was speedily recognized and properly reworded. For thirty years be h enjoyed a lucrative practice and has won distinction among tho Lou Is vJ lie, foremost at u Mf'aots bur. In Itm ho was Bavuel MoNTOOUKr.Y, a commercial elected a member of the State Constitutional - traveler for W. 8. Hurrlr whisky dealers, In IM he was chosen to the Legcoarentlon. suicide therein takUhtUrv, and, aUtui a Democrat, running Louisville, committed deeachtlnioin a strong Republican district, he ing two ounces of morphine. Ho was was victorious by large majorities. He was a spondent and drinking heavily. delegate to tbe Democratic National conven The father of the new Duchess of Marl1876 and 1W. lalWOhe lions of iMk borough Is n native vt Garrard County, was selected by the citizens to deliver the s families In the vicinof welcome to Htephen A. Douglas. In and there are several warrlcd CallsU O. Reynolds ity of Lancaster who aro related to hor. 1SW Mr, The crop of small fruit ami beriles Is tin and, after her decease, Mury KUon, daughter or the distinguished Chicago banker, William usually largo In every portion of the Htate Ho haa eight daughtera. In his this year. F Ccolhaukh. practko In lie Huprcmo Court of tho United CHAIU.B.S HciiLBV Wauneh Is studying Mate Mr ruler haa repeatedly come In con tact, loth at a colleague and as un oppo- y ipKfntucky for literary purpoHes In tho company of Governor Iiuckuer aud other nent, with Mcsrs. Hdmunds Thurman, Hoad-)lngertoll, and other admittedly great law-er- s residents of the State. nd hi never failed to hold hia own Tiik penitentiary officials are In n iiuan against the greatest of them. n lo Thk Louisville Eouthern road la at present carrying all the freight It can possibly handle, nnd the outlook for the now lino could be no better. T. V. HomtAN, n clerk at Deppen's clothing store, Ioulsvlllo, walked up to Officer Disney the other night and told him he wanted to I locked up to prevent him killing bis brother-in-laJ. M. Hmlthers. lie said ho realized his mind was not just right and could not explain. his homicidal tendency. Ho will bo tried for lunacy. H. M. Joiinstov, a citizen of Hopklnsvllle, died suddenly at his residence, of heart diseaso, on the 20th. He was united In marriage to Mrs. Coo, a grass widow, altout sixty year of age, th evening before. He had lain down to rest awhile about seven o'clock; nnd whon several minutes lter some eft went to him f o arouse r. ic tic t und Aim dead. 1 lower seventy j ears of agv' been established at A Hurdine, Jesararine County, and Georgo V. Hurdtne, postmaster; Jsuno, Pulaski County, Merthew Warren, postmaster, ami LeesllcVHarrlson County, Miss Cynthia McDarel, postmistress. Tikrk Is considerable excitement In tho rjlght)orhood ot Hlnaldo, Lyon County, About fen days just now about ago a dog belonging to W. J. Mitchell, that had been bitten by n snake, went mad awl bit aoveral dogs. Some of them havo gone mad. Nine have been killed. A yearling calf belonging to N. J. Mitchell was bitten and Is now kept confined toawalt developments. IShould the excitement continue any length of time the dogs u ill nearly all bo killed In the neighborhood. Ncau Darbourville, on the Louisville branch of tho Louisville and Nashville road, tho other morning, a passenger train collided with n work train. Hnglneer W, F. Bhanks,of tho work. train, was caught under his cab nnd scalded to death. It. Coleman, a colored brakeman, w as killed, and Geo. Bradley and John Lindsey, la borer, wero severely Injured. The engineer and fireman of the passeueer escaped by jumping. The work train badnoflAg-maout. LiNViLUC Combs, a boy eleven ears old, wns taken to tho penitentiary to serve a life sentence for murdering his littlo sister In Jackson County Olivkii Blvvardv who was sentenced to the penitentiary for fifteen ears for killing his stepson, Garrett ftpnuhllng, at is now In that Institution. Joseph I Stkvvakd, an 1. & brake-mawas fatally mangled by a train at Mllldnle. Gertie WursoN, a woman of the town, attempted to commit suicide with laudanum at Frankfort. Firrr dead dogs were found In the streets of Covington, tho other morning, and n llko number will be found each morning unless the people oloy tho mayor's preclnlmation In reference to muxzltng the animals. TnB corn crop In Christian County Is, perhaps, ono of tho mort promising ever seen in that county. Tobacco, the obi staple of that couuty, Is growing rapidly, with Indications of a large crop. Thk fanners of Christian County, who are raising sorghum for fodder aro highly pleased with It. It Is cry nutritious, and yields prodigiously on good sol). Hev. Father Rrohsakt, of Loxlngtou, has been appointed Vicar General of that dloceno, with headquarters at Covington, James Nolan ami Wm. Bludo dropped dead the other night of heart disease, at n mad-dogs. n . -- H M !. m m j daryastothedisposltlonof E. P. ROE IS DHAD. This beats the ihoii1dtr.".V. r, TWfturtA The Well. Known Author Fasses Away at Ills Home lu Newburg, N, Y. NEwrurtoii N V,, July 21, K. V itoo, tho Hulbor, died hero, . In mod, Mr ltoo was beat known to tbo literary gin, and was fatally j Knto Chester, bis J, P. CiiESTEn and world und tho world at lurgo ub the author of "Opening ft Chestnut llurr," "Harriers w ife, were arrested ut IxmUvlIIe, charged Hurried Awai " a tale of tho Chicago lire; w 1th sv hidllng deaf mutes w Ith an alleged Tho Hates Ajar," "Ho Fell In Love with "mute's hearing apparatus," for whlth Ithout a Home," "Tho Earth they were taking orders, securing a small Hia Wife, Trembled, a Ulo of tho Charleston earth sum lu advance. quake, (.U CliAiarti HtLL was acquitted at Mays-vlllof complicity In tho murder of a woYELLOW FEVtH'lN FLORIDA. Halleuger. by tho (lovcrnor for man named Udc An Appeal Joseph !. Cabell, who succeeded Cap Help from Washington. Washington. July SI Nevrclnry Fair tain Jenks ra Knperlntindent ef U. K. child bus rttcivM u tulegrum from tho Malta ut lAulsillet liasreceivel word that Governor of Florida usklug tho as he hail leen nppolnted Assistant (superinIn sup ith heaibprartera a tendent of Malls, slatance of tho ttovorumeut which, Washington. Mr, Cabell will leave shortly fever pressing the yellow epl to accept Hit responsible position. threatens to becomo ho deinleat Tumpi snd Manatee. The Pccre A. H. Ti'CKEB, proprlttor of the hotel at tari liadn loufcreuco with Kurgeon (Jen. Danville, killed by a horae backing off a Of thu Muritio Hospital eral Huiuiituti bridge. Al. Smith, of Louisville, vvashad liureau, on the subject, uud Instructed hlui ly Injured. nit polbU lustatnnco. lleuiso to render Dick Gihuh, suspeLted of killing Davo tutormtd tho twvernorof Florldu by telo was prresrml graph that the uecosary uteps would bo Audnrsou from ambush, taken by tbo proper Isdoral officers to aid ML Sterling. the Ucal authorittat, Vv old baby Wun tn the prison, iisniotner, a colored convict, recently died, and its father Is also a convict. A BiUKfcMAN on the Cincinnati Southern rend, named MtCrty,fell off n train w Mlo In motion between High Ilridge and Ihir ta. s R ; V ii llV.v C a 1ft .jir - v asl as.rt-- irrfi mi ii ..T.-- "" 'r1jm:mlvnMuj &&. i - -- A ti?W uyiiatta iw, .'- - xSSk. KtK?SSltk imtv HK&ffltUisrri iWr , WH:&4?i;iW'm an- -- iv, . ' ft:reyiRig laigjaiMiwifffAttiijj 4'. $( ui nj&V3ni4m&MVfr'HtTn'jtTnim' IBUi MWTIM""""" M M I ' m TOH lllinal.LHTOM, for !imnlrrniltMi. (from rnttoiiUh Speaking or tho young man who Captain Wallaco Oruelle, formThe IUM'hhran nominee for Tho subject of this notice died erly of Kentucky, but now resid- was poisoned us a rosult'of hiss-luHICKMAN, KY. CongresRln the Nashville Distiict Ids best girl, whose checks nt his home four miles west of is n negro, nmi such a howl and ing In Indianapolis, was Inter 27, 188S. kicking fromtlio wlillo Kepubll-ean- viewed by a Louisville Times man wero colored with cosmetics, tho Fulton last Friday morning. Since JULY I'M DAY, says: the death of his most excellent was hour heard before. last week. In support of his pre- Louisville Courior-Journn- t occurred only a few Nemljr nil the white Itcpubllcnn diction that Indiana will vote for "Wo Invito such of our Northern wife, which bo rpiHS SCHOOL WIM UKOIT.N AtlO. 27TI1, IRftri, UJWfcft Tllfe CAMS OP has been gradually Cleveland and Thurman by from contemporaries as aro dissatisfied; weeks ago, I MISS M ;. MUQUT Ami MISS R. A. ALLEN Th Miolttlc.tfcir will Ui delegates to the eonvciitfnii 10,000 to 25,000 majority, Captain wim 1110 coiupioMons or their girls declining, aud for moro than n tlhUfil tttoqunrtrof Ma wveU rneli. Purl1 "HI h eliarRod Irom tntmncn to en I lialioa&l the convention lia of ijaarlrr tocomo out to Kentucky, n hero week his death was hourly expectTuition pirnhto In inhlillo and t emlol ipmtlrr, tut rtfrM Iu ailfmif Now why la tlilif 'I'10 Hopubli-mi- l Gruello says: Kn deduction for atiiince(evrept hy coll nrronicement. Price m followai "Tho Republicans Beem depres- tho roses of our sweelheiiits'. ed by his family aud friends who party In Tennessee and KenPrlmirjr ClatifM, pr ipiarier. f' 00, (ixrr monlli $2.00 ) were constantly FOR PRESIDENT, tucky Ir inostlv niii le P f lu'Kro sed and despondent. They aro chocks aro perennial bloomers, l Tom Huddleston nt hisa bcdpldc. Intermediate Clanirn, Hr quarter, $7 60, (cr rabhih $3,00.) was man of to now discouraged over tho labor ways warranted to wash, and, paM Advanced Clawen, (HelUi Itlrrn, Nl, tfoltnce. Higher MallietualteA nndj,ancuiiccijf roiientloust volern, some excellent traits or cimrac GROVER CLEVELAND, be fair, and snrel) per fuartrr, 1 10.00, (jicr mouth $1.00.) bhould reflect the choice vote. It was expectedbothat tho adoxieal as It may sound, wldlo ten aud will bo creatly missed by able to their tints cannot bo extracted,! of ft majority of the otem of the manufacturers would He leaves his many party, and, hence, if ft uepro Ir eontiol tho votes of their employ. albeit they somehow rush over, little onesfriends. nro robbed ulno who of a cs; but this they nro not nlilo to htm whoso lips como in contact1 FOR nominated, why nil this fuiious Terma M MISS DKI.U1 FOHTUNU will hare clirKo of Hit Mualoal Departmtnt, have do. As an ovidonce of this fact, with them ns though they were father's euro and a mother's lovo howll The Keiuthlleniifl tieretoforo. It n with ptcuure that tho announcement U made of liabur Hrn i fur at a tlmo when they need It. moro G, THURMAN, preached coutiuaousl club wholo summer rainbow twinimr ALLAN that tlie I may mention a tunaia aa to wcuro the Mrvlcra of Mlis Uellc I orlunt, the )jreat fat oiite, In cbarn ot k about him and malting a Mavpolo than at any other period of life. this lprt:acni. Juaosa colored man wa cntillcd to all that was formed by tho Saw-mOf OHIO. RICE, tlicao honors ami privileges, and era Union, 250 strong. Nearly all of his spinal column a rainbow, that the Democrats were meanly of them aro employed In tho largo in sooth, ono end of which rests Dan Itico, the onco famous come fron n reliulile Fourco denying them fucIi things, and saw works of Atkins & Co. Mr. in the gardens of tho Hespeiides, on Ilrnadwny For Sore flje, tliutSO pt r cent. f rallrmul men now Uiat the rnsli HI colored Atkins, who liko most of tho man- and tho other iu a jug of sugar clown, was seen Now York says tho Wotld, of Indiana nre "ilcail against voterfl tako them at their word, ufacturers, is a Republican, a day house molasses." COWOILL'S EYE SALVE. having run up hero from Long tho whito Republicans declare or two before the formation of tho Is spending the Hrauch, where he Ml.XSI.SOTA OtTBrCI. club, addressed to his men a printTor Neuralgia and KlifimiMUm, TnK Itpnuhlioan Stnte Conrcn- - themselvcfl learfulU outiaged. ed cliuulur, glorifying the high summer. Tho old clown Is a cluing Str nniiiluateil Hon. The few white Urnublicaus in the preliminary canvass of tho ed man since his COWQILIS WEASEL OIL. A linn at Nashville, marrlago protective tariff system, and enRam II iwklus, of Jliiimiiguoii, South aro only to many white deavoring to prove to them that State of Minnesota Indicates that to the wealthy Texas widow about spots on a very black ground; KF.XTUCKY. IIICK.MA, for ti mentor. that Stato Is, at least, not certain avcarngo. My wife Is ono of tor For Pilrn, thcy-nrthe tail, and tho negroes through protection they wcto tho COWOILL'S PILE OINTMENT. is thought in Washington tho dog, and the log him a right happlcRt and best paid people up- for the Republicans this yenr. The tlio finest women that ever lived," It reports coming in show that OoncrrHs will niljnnru about to wag Its own tail. The negroes on tho top of the earth. Hut his nrn .'10 000 Ru iwllimvl jii that there , said Rice, "and she is tho first & For Tetter ami Klojtwtfrni, in(nrd fn perr.on that could control me. AnciiRt loth. This Rives the We aro "bully fellows" and "martyrs; men knew that whilo he had aceu-t- Minnesota, and that tho bulk and Moody and Sankey and many COWOILL'S TETTEB OINTMENT, publican Senate tlireo weeks to do a laruc fortune becauso liumiui llbortv.i'Ro lomr us thev.mulated body of them aro kicking ncainst to their do on the Mi Is bill. Klve the ofllccn to these white of this tariff not one of them had tho Republican platform, atul that other leading evangelists tried luS For Worm, IlErnuiU'.NTS a Lauok Link ov Old and Kumamlk Comi'AKiku reform me, but my wlfo had no -11UV ...r WiH'U I hoy U1UU ,viowvvvw Mugwumps ll'lllllTa, l' MABSjtoiiUdKTTS "J""t hundreds of them aro boltlnc tho trouble doltiir so. When 1 mar CowgUl't Pleasant Worm Syrup oTinWlhelr own race tency from tho wages no pnUl ticket, somo Joining the Domocrats nro no more ns nu oignutzuUon. nut forward 250,000,000 niggers." tlictn. Wlitlo tlio mnjoriiyot ins and some the Prohibitipnfsu. Tho ried her she told mo I must hot sa rsFA croxlwA .'. ATA) OH Ovciv Thoy have nlllvil thniaBiOvcs with they nro and havo uot TUK JIO.YKV JiWlMHCV. party owes tho workmen havo been Kepublicans, correspondents specially en traced drink or plnv cardsRico, Iwho Is a two parties in full fellowship, Tho tlto done so." Mrs. work-- I In ascertaining tho sentiment of most of them becoming full lodg- colored jWer nothing, becauso he yet they, liko tho organized larowns For Sale by tlir Proprietor, Huiiuchs IVomptly Attemleil to, uutl nil Io)Sca Paid Without Discount, voted against us, but nemo n all over the country, aro tlicse peoplo alouo in the different tlntjlooklng woman Texas,tho has alnya ed Democrats. situabecoming educated on this tariff parts of tho State, are confident gest eattlo ranch in iugratitudo for it sLT.igraut Ochiltree's old J.W. COWGILL, DruggisI,! The tivor and Imibor bill, ns it to go hack on him when question. Hut ouo ot aikius x that changes among tucm win no ted In Col. Tom district. Col. Ochiltree soys she J I 3 Hickman, Kjr. President, is the lar lC IS II nuuiiiiui; iui uuiwu. gooH to tlio Go's men refused to join the club, very apt State Demo- is worth $1,000,000 and one of the gest ever pnsceu uy uongrcss. lti but ho will vote with tho others cratic. to make the finest women in Texas. Old 1).m ADVESTISINO RATES. imjam.s m;tti:h. for Clevelnnd and Thurman. nppropnaies ::;;,:: ,uu, wiiipii ih never looked better, and no ouo railroad nu increase of over 2,00l),0i0 "The assembly of tho A MPUKAMXM DOinT. A correspondent wants to know ?,1 meeting him would suppose that Oatrelamti. ocf jer of Labor, and the Ftncc it passed the House. "? )" Ob what Is the point that Is being men, Knights of tho Locomotive when tho Out fiflh cwlwmn oris " t ' local branch Tho Republicans aro at last be- ho ru n famous clown TnPRMAN mny not nurrcil in made on the celebrated letter of uml women It r mnn Firemen's Union ginning to awake to a realization majority of the meu bJ $ 4IWniBM Triiitl ftr.1 towrtiwH flfl; raiift ImUm rnrr.ylng Ohio, but lie will reduce Senator addressed to a Engineers and Wisconsin is n or to tiny wero uuuureu. denounc, ., . l1ltkn4llrHon .. the inalnrirv to n small flcuru. lie gentleman attending tho Uhlcago havo passed resolutions course ho of the fact that Pretty soon they doubtful State. will, however, be the means of in - convention, and asks for a rcnub ing Harrison for tho Vkkt fow peoplo have nny idea trail. tVi1riiif ealllhg it tvlawa ttl, lMUiwl nnrsued in ihoir creat striko of will begin to sco that Minnesota pnringtotlioDemocrnc,vthebtatesliiuatiou of it. Hero is tho letter 1837, and havo declared their in- and Iowa and even Illinois nro not of tho vast acres of Government vr1l. of Indiana and California M l in full: 3?T olc7Tfvny kl kMM tention to support Cleveland and the dead suro Rcpubllciu States laud held by alien landholders in ki.llm lQcvlwr lli4 flfO . l Vice PfttstDixT'tf Chamber, Wa'Uino God States. Tho largest AfcU lr Sam Junks says: ''Thank tlr rtttMuH. Labor Slcnal, the that they havo been supposed to tho United to Jure 10. Y'tirof the 13ih ai hand Thurman. Tho Ib held by tract, 4,000,000 acres it is no crime to bo ugly. When U iWs nt multe ni'tnli Uirr,rc who I" organ of the organized labor of be. If the grand old pa'ty is God wants a good woman, he nntniiuted, In my judgment Tho eandi the State, lias declared us intento keen these States u its col the Holland Company of Now rnAWlXOS, PUNS, FULL SPECIFICATIONS AS TO KVKRYTIMKt NKIUl. makes her as symmetrical as nu date will cut bat i tmU figure In the tion to opposo Harrison and Mor- umn it must givo up tin idea of Mexico. An English syndicate eil, i I ock and rollieh and entlrt coil aecttrttlr calcnUlrJ. In Texas; Sir f ytn, wl I'Mlrr. Kej JoU toileted. angel, but when ho wants a good fight We can elect anybrtlyt or we hall ton, and will givoactivo support spending all Its time, mcuey aud holds 3,000,000 acres mvV35H wkt tu If If ytu Dlft.tUi, lull lrl. mm ho makes him aa njrly as a mi. . iiie least conspicuous and mere to tho Democratic nominees." .. . . talents on Indiana, Comccticut Kdward Reid aud a syndicate ynm wnt utfmKl, If mud feuco. I never siw a pretty " - in ww ciyiMiw Vuu"rt n, at Itirr IUr'I. and New Jersey. Chicago Times. Florida own !2,000,000 acres: 1,800,If ft ,M1U. i v., COO acres belong lo an hnglish If I IUI, nun yet who was irnrti killing 'nb tiemjmiu; vthcie U nut one 'Mead THE IXDI1MA MirrATIOX. n nanietl II. IIUCHANAN, Pr$U C. HALTZKH, V. Vif. II. L. ALKXANDIHt (t.h in If to nt DntlitMCartla, In Mississippi, 1,700,000 syndicate If yt j UltlrT AND TlXAtlO.f. FARMER Tiik Wufihiuctou Post (Inde- or," no one tbe boo personul or historical Howling Gukkn, Kt., July 2.3. If r M Hll iBtlUlUn. to the MurnulH of 'Iwecdunle, make a ltf re'alon lo ht HltUif Tar. If v pendent) says that money is being fertare ot 1,000 eopU noul tbe canv. Special. Judgo Dulaney, who In l If Jin wtnl lluvttiM ClrtttUrt, A table prepared by Represent- 1,300,000 to tho Eastern States to aid Sherman. Allien. oti raised in tho 4 HirrUin, etc, have has just returned Horn a trip ative Stewart, of Geohia, and Company, or London, ami j,iihv la firt. If yt nnl JOS ratXTlICfi of crlptloii, luw In mm MttiUtiPtr mamr, ) in carrying Tennessee for the Re rccjriU that wtmM l Awkward oa the through Indiana, talking on the forming part of tho Excellent 000 to a German syndicate. These ru haft jotf abI UtBl bj ralliaa at ibm publicans. Ilo they tmui: tnai tariff, tl.e currviicj, tlte Chinese qiiMtlon, political situation this morning, speech delivered by hln in tho comprise tho largo landholders. IHMOI.tX, UV. Touucssecaiis can bo bought to vie Pcpew'ri conncelion bewbh railroaU said : tariff debate, fIiows that a family There ure, however, a score or and corporations wuiiUI stay away especially In the atnuiUtiril ahearjload, vote for 11101103 or t0 "I saw and talked with a num- of six persons living on i farm, is more of persons aud syndicates States We xfrom tho polls for money! imchtai well nominite GouMor Vaniler ber of prominent men in Vin- - taxed by the present tViff $130 owning less than 750,000.000 acres. ! 50,000. 'CxKonan W. IIaynes, of the bilt t once My impression U tht A'pr cennes, Terro Haute and Kvans-ville- , a year, $90 of which won; I bo re- Tho grand total foots up to 20,- or ureMiatn roir.e tifirer tilling the bill and among Democrats thcio moved by tho passage of ho Mills 747,000 acres of Government lauil In f ur'uanns to order cf election directIlliuhis Dcmocratio Committee, is thananvof tlic ftliers with Rome fellow conihlfeul that with General Palm- like rfie'S of Nc Jewe, who could is uo question, but the utmost bill. The farmer has this interest held by aliens iu tho United States. ed lo tuo Ij Hit Jml;M of ihi Fulton Cirthe Court, wilt rrsutarlj nrRanlud and readv for U(om, re rwpMfulli dlrll the rtronai er in tholeld and State and Na- leneh tlie connervaiiie forcen of the ltst confidence prevails. Greenback-cr- s of 9C iu the bill, but families of Tim mechanic should remember cuit .. . ..... iuhold od 'crm M..!-Monday .... l ..t -of alt. All cotllnUna matle for dtofltora fn of ill !;. A,rtivcl ui nuptial urai, .4 .1 ui j"j tvh"; pur.; to a man almost aro for CIovo six persons In all occupations havo tional tax m1 tint inn a9 i3sne?( the and gt AnrP,Hlf froa lve Kanufic axe. a cincU In Fulion County, Kjr , for when ho buys ater running Urr or four uionthf, dlioounted at lt inr-- r rem can Illinois campHltrii can bo mado ex- judec and naU sir fe.. HutU ficut nfter land and Thurman, aud Germans a like iuterest. Kverybply must piano or hammer,a saw, an or pick, iom or electing n I Irrtill JUierk lo Ml tlte rate of r cent. r annum. a shovel much tlun I what Itopubli-cans- . who havo hcrotoforo voted tho have clothes, house room, sugar, M. KrencU, deceased. unexpired term of T. cessively waniYyfor tho 1 havettie coufuitinc with tlie deiefiaten cents tax ThUJulj 2ol. I8S8, largely for salt and other like tldugahothcr that he pays X :uc cf Sic tluii durU il.e uuvnttou, by Republican tickot aro on every dollar such implement W, A. MIUCK. Thunuan also. The K!irltT Fulton Counly, Kj. Tnn Governor oe Florida has the courtesy of the me full at and yon can Cleveland addat Indianapolis and living on a farm or not. costs hlin this to "protect" tho thcrffure teleeraph a'l lime It Labor party telegraphed for Govtnimcnt Aieo, II anything of Interest iranviijrcs. Truly labor leaders aro now attacking CHEAP WHIHKY AXD lAiU OT IT- millionaire manufacturer. J M ItKKt). II M. AI.i:ANlEK. C nALT.KIl. nUCIIAKN. in suppressingScllow fe- yuiiift, that tho Democratic party would John J Ioalls A.. W. 0 JOHNSON COWniLL J. J. W. ALKXANPUR. Harrison daily, and If voto were ver, which threatens to becomo Tho "point we think, is easily Republican politicians nue con- reduce this tux to nu amount that now, my opinion is PHYSICAN AfiD SURUE0N epidemic at Tampa and MaiUtce. understood. The leader of the taken would certainly elvethat a largo stant employment iu trinp to ex- will pay tho manufacturer a fair HICKMAN, KENTUCKY TIamilton bus HopublicanBlU the Senate Uiougbt mntorttY to the Democrats. Hut plain tho cbrap vrblekr plank tu proUt on Ids investment, after Surgeon General S'v-ay- 1 bla Irofnionat Serleei t j been ordered to render all possi- tiint"aonieuouylipii!iyes''Hiiomu m voto Is large, great their platform. Col. Rob J tiger giving his employes fair wages. tho floating ibocUltenaof HUknan and vlolnltti inble aid. bo iioialnatod for President bo- - sums of money will bo expended, soli, however, takes the language To mako up for this loss of y1 may bo called protection or cause ho had no record, and "some and whilo tho Itopnbllcans nro to mean that very thing. He come, tho Democratic party pro It poses to retain the tax on whisky. by any other name, but relief from iiciiow nice rneipv uecouso no now the under dog hi tho fight, wants cheap whisky and taxed 11 S. proposes to the hardships and dangers of our could be usoful in getting funds they aro perfecting an organiza- clothing. Ho says: "If tho great The Republican partywhisky, so as remove tho tax on -ATTORNEY-A- T .V IiAW, from tho manufaotaiers and Wall tion which, with aid of almost Mississippi flowed with brandy, JiKALKKX present tariff laws shonlu be with especial precaution street. Personal fitness for the limitless sums of money, they hope and its banks wero composed of to mako it necessary to lucrcaso I ptlalM wrr Cgttl' lm (Cm. ln) UUL'CIS, Mr.!ifCINrshnOOKSf 6TA1IONi:itYv nnd PehcolSiippllci. loaf sugar, if the trees in its bot- tho duties on imports and enablo against imperiling tho cxlstonco ofllco and knowil views on any will givo them the State. HI QK MA N K V. public question uero not to be "Harrison is nowhere personal- toms bore spoons aud goblets and tho manufacturer to chnrgo for of our manufacturing interests. Faurr (iOODS.TOYS, and riOTUIUM his product whatever prico tlio ot the Will prartlr In all He Court President Cleveland's Message taken into consideration. Tho ly popular In Indiana. He is said under thorn grow nuluexhauAtlljlu BUNDRIl, PAINTS, OILS, WINKS and LIQUOIU, or Mfdlcal uf. tariff will justify. rush and unreasoning power of to be a clean, cold, exclusive man, supply of mint, tliero would bo uo Hrt Judlelal Muriel. The Caldwell Courier makes railroad, corporation and manu- and has made bouio unfortunate increase of drunkenness." fmarlSl RuaiXKSs men nro coming out AOKNTfl 1'OH TIIK tho following suggestion: "The facturing inrJnence overruled the utterances in past canvasses that for tariff reform. The latest to so Congressional situation in this shrewd advico oflngalls in re- return now to plague him. Among A MTRAXGE DlftEAftK. announce himaclf is Mr. A. J. district stands stan quo. All seem, gard to tho first place, as it was others, this: 'Greenbackera nro tho great Philadelphia Tknn., July 23. A Droxel, aud a Republican who has Mkmiuiis, however, to concede tho honor of thought dangerous to tnko any idiots and ought to bo cared for banker, Sr IltRSC:ilIlTIO,H A to Hon. W.J. Stone. candidate from a "granger" State, at public expense.' This, at least, strange disease, somewhat like heretoforo given much material lpr8 I88T Tho St. Louis convention get a tho peoplo not being suulcicutly is reported as inn expression, aim dipthoria. is epidemic among the!' aid to his party. Mr. Droxol, ber i good Democratic precedent for subservient to corporate inilucnco; it rankles in tlio minds or those negroes annum uiuwiuiiiBiuie, sides expressing himself unreA cood Saw Mill, vttH complete outfit, county, Ark, The pa- servedly acclamation nominations." orgauiza-tiou.- " Crittenden adbut for tho second place Ids as a convert to freo tiuw In KmkI location Can I iMiuitlit M who belonged to that itrwa tient's throat swells, contracting wool, also declares that he in uot a rci finable r'w tint and AJdrtvut for Information. As was anticipated, tho House vico was heeded did followed. tlie air passage till death ensues only convinced that wool should not take Tho convention J J 0 UONhUUANT, passed the Mills bill ou Saturday from strangulation. So far not bo VEKDICT OF THE NT ITEM. Mick roan, Kjr. j tf that freo, by a vote of lOli to 119. It was Phelps, but did tako a "fellow liko MANUFACTUHr.ua OF THK CKLKUKATr.H ouo of thoso attacked have re- ore admittedalso be but upon iron put the nearly a strict party vote, three Phelps," for uo other reason than Xe W York, covered. Tho scourge, so far, is free fihould list. oo Mic II icn, Democrats voting against it and that suggested iirtlte letter. confined to negroes. id Indi A na, Win, II. Itanium, oo two Republicans for it. Mr. RanTHK rillXAMAVH FIlir.VD. MinnefloT a, dall was paired with a fiiend of Ip tho river brldso Is completed. of Connecticut, who Is at tho head Wl Sono. Harrison has novcr shown himthe meaHiire, but scut a note from self particularly fond of the laboL ititwoyeara Memphis will lme, of tho Domocratio National ComO rr KPAftaH Texa KISNTUCKY. IIIOKMAX, his stating positively ring uativos of his countiyt and it w mittee, says that tho prospects for Blxteeii railways iu uvo years, New II amrlilre, Jo( en oucoeoo Iu Connectihe n fta uppUEti'd lo Ha gmKxngt-- . Ih at lean I coin for ill ik to know Hint that Domoeratlo UIihI i; MmiuI. Sciuiitar. en IVE MK A TMaL when )ou want cut were ncvor bettci, and that so M aluc, JT lllarkamlihlng done, r The Senate has nt last confirm. he finds somo kind of a working-maTiik Republicans mako a pre- far from tho tariff Ishu6 injuring Viiita, ic. I ato kwp a fullrerlri on whom ho can draw to his line of ToirA fd tho appointment of tense of shouting that tbo "poor tho Dcmocratio party, it will givo VermonT Melville W. Fulleras chief justice heart. Pin Yan. nu educated ChiUndortakor's Goods, must and shall have a free Cleveland a lurger majority lhau negro Miuuachufto T U, Eh Mack YI ot mo united state, a consider naman of Indianapolis, ears: "I K E ntuckr, CO ballot and a fair 001111" Well, he had before. This, coming from Common, ItoAowood, and Solidcan l filtnl iFAmii.ifnn.ia vi.I know Gen. Harrison very well, I iiffifA immriAi-nnut Coffin nnd CartH, wldcli Nth It k. W he got It in Nashville last week, Mr, "llarnum, who has generally up on aliort notice, and at rttnou&ble lave I'eon to ds homo several lug with the Democrats, among. W et Wirginla, when tho negroes nominated onoof been credited with oxtremo views prleen (life mo a call. treate(1 ",c ' them qullom and Farwell, of Mr.fj1"10,? MIjdOiaI pi, n?W their own race for Congress, mid on tho tariff for a Democrat, is ygr Shop in Ycat Hickman. Fuller's own Stnte. IStliniuulH uml kl""y. He said to me one day majW-Siicdiiy ml thesd whWfi ltdpubllcuii significant. a it"" i" uicBef Oil lo. ii iiumbor of maiignniits and sore-- i (;,rtt " shrickcra left the tooiiventlon iu tho wlfo of tho that they were a great dca better Mrh. Parsons, heads of the sumo sort voted, C oWaito, diflguBtl It's iiouo of our light, hanged anarchist, says alio is against the confirmation, of course. than tho Irish." So it is tho dear F L orWa, but we can't help hollowing hur- teaching her son that his father Chinaman that he is fond of. His Or K con. rah for tho uegroos when they was murdered and who did.lt; Ne V ncla, CLARK & MADDOX, IJickman HJarble Works, The while Kepublicans of the cholco is not meant to bo credit-abldown tliero white demagogues I O KorRls, to tho American workingmau Cut. Kentucky and CUnlcn Strrettt) he will bo heard from when Sixth district in Alabama bolted that L cuftriana, becauso tho convention nomlnnted or tho naturallzod foreigner, but - - - A)., Tnn Republican party proposes ho arrives nt man's estate. Aud HICKMAN, HICKMAN K A nntn KENTUCKY a negro for Oougiess. Tho relics its something to know that he cau received a well to manufacture drunkards at a if the sou follows tho father's w Jerne, Announce (hat they B. C. HAM ' . Murjlan U uiuaU kct of tho G. 0. P. down South have Maud a labeling limn at all. II nl small cost by cheapening .Hquor footsteps to tho gallows, he will UECENTLY BKEN elected Block of oTr)lhl( DKALKa no ..... tor me ncuro except as a tali for (1m ritrn lttli'o UlonU. through tlie abolition of the Inter- have his mother to thank for it. THIS IIOUSB HAS accommodation of in a "r Sout tl Carolina, up for liowor of wood and drawer of Chamborsburg Spirfi! nal tax upon whisky. The Demo- It looks as If tlie sheriff, when ho Druromcra and tho le 1' K nnaUanla, (ravelin public Italian and Akemcan MAnur. GrocuiV. water. And yet they have tho imArkan S aa. cratic party proposes to clotho hangod tho old man, got tho wrong fUean roomn. nice M. and anuare MONUMENTS, TOMU ANH UUAVB AflAlXNT NOHT1I KrcrythlnK frcib. new, clean nnd cheap. meals cunranteed to all who atop with iu, AUo, they will continue to ruu tho pudence to talk of the ''snpprcs Hoiirox KL'ir, tho workiugmati'a children iu nice membor of tho family, &TONKS. 'AK01.IA. Pel A wf find the Ml of attenidon of the colored vote." They warm woolens, and load his (ablo A h abitna, A Sunday paper publishes an lu .Lock, a fine tot of saya thoro TraeelUg men will Thr Courier-Journa- l tion at our houao. HAVING II LbioU. did tho samo thing nt Nashville. with plenty, by reuuctlou or tlio is no reason why Kentucky should interesting paragraph about tho Kalian Marble, am pre In addition, wo carry a full lino of Imker. Frcili pared lo fill allordera. Call and examine and have aecurcd a war tariff upon clothing and tho not givo tho National Democratic MU0OU Hi. suit for ?1,000,000 brought by Den oeratio House my work. abuoluto necessities of life. No ticket 10,000 majority in Novem- FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, hrutt.l omfi ilav. Alaa. h Cat I fomla, HIIflH & CO., ngaljlSt tllO flnr. I.M1 !. finnafn Order from tbe country promptly kMV. J,l .nl.tl If UUtlUlttt UUIIIItV o Iftll VlrOlnla, man should hcsltato as to tho po- ber. Aud it does look liko things to which we Invite attention. Our price of North Carolina, which Is now filled.' felting 52,000,000 acres of unearn- pending In the supreme court. The Nort I! Carolina, are at low a tlie lowntt. sition ho should favor. ana chatlcago tbe market In Ula line AL my-- t wero tending in that direction. Conn cc T Icut. ed laud grants. Tho Senato re- hankiDL' firm wants tho State to eo, a pudiated thismeasuro and passed make irood $0,000,000 worth of Tan Republican leaders declare Globs aro organising everywhere, JEIXOW FEVER PRECAUTION. NTABLKf their purpose, if restored to pow- and enthusiasm for Cleveland, ono returning to tho Government bonds which Bliss & Co er, to sco that tho elections in tho Thurman and Revenue Reform is 2L nbout 5,000,000 acres. And yet bought while Morton.Carolina was WASniNOTON, July luronneotSon. Wagona, Teatna, Uuirglca Ifl 1IKUUUV OIVBN TO TIIK North &c , for hire the Republican party is in favor Givo u a trial, Hamilton was ask- South aro freo and fair. They bountiful In all sections. NOTICK nnd of Fuliuit uuio iuii uy uio wiiucm ku em- n-General norll of preservingtho National domain inent that prevailed soon nfter the ed what action would bo proposo to do It by a military suOne thousand Ropublican clubs County. Ky , Uml a iioll wilt le ojened nt of the polls. What citfrom laud'grabbors. the vArloiia voting pUoe in the county, on war. If their 49.000.000 is good, taken to provent tho spread of pervision or black, wants to see are arranging to givo RhUno a rea ir v rv the FlllST MONDAY IN AU0U6T, (ibo Ho said: izen, while ception when ho lands lu Now 115,- - tho fever in Florida. will havo to pay SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Uh) to tako the emae of tho Voter of "Hut a dollar a day and two tho Stato 'Guards will bo placed immediate- military Governors iu tlio Houth York from his European trip. ParTulton Counly, undrr an Act to provide meals aro enough for any work imtyiuu more on the samo tssuo oi ly to provent rofugocs from lufcot again? This is tho living, burning son Hurchnrd, who attended tho for levying a lax and working tbe public ing man," fiays lieu Harrison, ....... bonds, and, as somo very pro, ing . There aro plen- issue with tho Southern pooplo, last grand iilafuo roception in Now & other places. roal In Kutlon Counly. At aild election ns ho Is tho Republican candidate round sages leumrk, the Ropuoii- the ipiMtlon wilt Iw prooutided to each ty of tents at Tampa which will bo and so long as such rule is threat York, ought to attend and mako 3i.iiuiiH til ci Jlmt onu uarouim KENTUCKY STRUCT for President and striving earnest- - eans oi o. AHMOttinunt voter. MAro you For or Agalmt the Hoad used foro refugee detention camp. ened, must outweigh all other anothor speech on uRumf Romanlv to get into a position to put hls hump themselves In tho iutorost Although no fears are entertained ioaut'0. conatantly on hand for blr" Tax?" and ihe vote recorded according to KKEPB aale ian! aud Rebellion!' W. A. HHUCK, theories into piactlcc, Ills word of a man who amy bo tho means auiwtr. epidemic, the measures now 1IOK8K8, llUaOICS and HACKS. flberlff Fulton County ought to bo taken as tho solid, of saddling a $125,000,000 debt of nn Gkn. 0. B. Fisk, tho ProhibiTnK world at largo has always should havo been comHaving purohaied llie Blahle, horaei Vound To squaro truth, whether such prno-tic- upon tho State. It is thought this instituted spring." thought strnngo of tho Bible doc- tionists9 candidate, mado his anl cDttre outfit of W, U. Flummer Inst would send hundreds of work- will dispose of Levi's chances in menced iu tho fish and oystor trade, we popoie to eoutloue tbo buslueot, and trine that ovou "the hairs of our IT Norm Carolina. X Y. Sun. among ing men to bed hungry, or not. oliclt patronage aro numbered," Tho And gel yonr Ulackimllhlng and genera) Ii' tho farmer can bo mado to head Is now set nt rest byques- aud is knownFisk." tho boys as the "Claiu-RakUvpalrio duue at npprcclato tho fact that the tariff tion tn muitim, am at tiikmt OIV33 II I M JV TUIA-I- iCity IIahiuhon admits that he was a TnK DomoeratBond Groonback-er- OooJi delivered lo any part of the Tho Democrats can elect Mr. Is a tax and that every time ho plcthorlo Lovl P. Morton, who lfttlo off whon he voted in favor II. A. &11. T. TYLER ne- wears tho finest wig ever made, of Miuhlgaii nominated a mixof Chinese immigration, aud urged Cleveland by making an earnest, buys on article of honso-holtax to tho Gov- It took 400 Parisian artteatiB six ed ticket and indorsed President (Corntr o Obion and Eitksngi Strati,) tho cheapness of their labor as an vigilant, Intrepid campaign. It cessity ho pays a V. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, hair argument for bringing them to this must not be a campaign of ox ernment, which in tho long run mouths to mako it, and ovcry num- Clovclaud aud tho St. Louis platH10KMAN, am form. country. In a campaign In which plauatloiiH, but sincere, outspok amounts to much more than his was carefully selectedput HlOKMANt - - - KENTUCKY Prleta. My aood Work into tho tho cry of "cheap pauper labor" eu. couracpouH. oirtlie nrliiciiilo Stntev connty nutl school tuxeo, bered beforo isbeing motto, Gkn. Shkridan soems to havo something really wig. Thoro lo name oil Article, but no WILL.ittcnd to all business aolrwtcd ipaoo Is tho war-ciof his party, it real- tlmta HepnhlifiuireHtoratiou.IIko thoro will bo n mighty uphouvnl MrjliLI WORK aeptcUUr.w thlfl fnll In Govern! pathotloin tho thonght that tho been greatly benefitted bv his NOtrouble lo ahow gooda, ly soems necessary for Mr. Jinn - inoptroMtoriitlniiii in hlatorv. would lu the ir. o. JOHN FtGISAf. Offiru Furniture 'tloT. omcaud aeo, at tho corner of Troy chaugoof homes, uud ho will soon may bo snatched uarUO-t- f rrava.'78 son to revise and rorioot himself ho tho return of tho worst lo- - Rtnteh that Imvo been put down! Iloiw Lovl November. Mvj9w Avauuc, Uaat HUhwro, Ky aud bu strong again, next montn to puwr. fN. Y. Herald. Iu tho JCepnhllctui enluiim. a little, - ' THE HICKMAN JMURIER tiik "Mnr.nM ni.i.K. IIAItlUNON IN IMHAVA, Knlnekjr Hlil g s ACADEMY. A. A. OEIXTTRAIj toodic tal. I al-- op m:w vonit. 11 tariff-refor- a It What to Buy? yes-tor-da- liar-iiHn,- " I I o Fire. Life, Marine, Accident! Capital lfopresoiited! .... DAVIS, Insurance Ageny "iN-iWO- Irty Demic T (J J. ! - hAlli-ilam- ARCHITECT'S, D. HBLLUD & S0Io i lug-alls- , otnM-itK-- h j CONTRACTORS Hll-rhr-ti-J I1 tritf itu d BUBS, USentuoky. go-In- Look at This! ( . .;. . tVl-l- . 1 Phillips-Marshal- BIGEMJlH CAPITAL, Courier Job Office. Bill - Proclamation 1 ir i forty-seve- n DIBEOTOBS- - DK. nlC-'fi- U j.. PARIS r , T & Gqp ir m- MUltllELU Ic-is- SAW MILL Domestic Sewing Machine. NlKIAIri.14 rrntl HERTWECK. BALTZEB & CO. fc3-- A. T. OUTER, Ex-Scxat- .k sick-roo- kBIVxEi n fi I 3 ?& r J S HICKMA1T li; WACOIT, AGE; o H ." x (jowniiuciAii " L Ren-frill- T 1 Familv riTY BAKEItV, fint-cla- 1 sentto., Mor-Th- e 19 f. ' BUTOHBB SHOP, Surgeo- to-da- y li'f "i miB in -- DOPOLASS BROS LIVKItY Election Notice. Tax-fay- John Witting ni Faiiis Pakkek, GROCERIES lo o for-tuu- o I HICKMANI o a Family Groceries. DIESTEL6RINK sto:e! J. F. GRAY'S, etRock-botto- y buhl-heade- d , 'J r k' tL Hwaii 7 n,n-u- JL m s ii ' " MaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM.M.Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa . .. aaaaaaaVkwa SftaitataallafiaaaaaaWaMaBaBM smmm M 2 -- ljimwi3mmwmmcmmmmmMrjmmiVi flBaaiS amamc wb jia f4WHiipvf' a rt "flfe A1 ' J MHw r kkn ! tuVwl WfaMUU 1 : : it, : X : t ' ' . I t t 4 L (,Lt'. j ', .m.. .. Z, '' r3 ftf 0 v mt l a B A. BURLWGAMU, HIOKM A..3ST, I ZL ; JC Y ' j .i Jk Baraips. I SitOol iwi l'l'i,M BTaT iWfraTW.W Fulton County HiCKtfAfc. DcineckV.t-i- 1, c Ky July Club. Crrv IIaix, 25, 'S3 .3riD SO MUST OTTK. mipi t- - f; Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, AJusical Goods, r I 0- ...... - ssv kh ei'r-S- i . OTJS STOCK IS TOO LA.K.O-33Como A.iouticl and 31uy one of our Klcgant SSA jS MhV'KA 55 5('S J""m,, . ..... ( 1 I J Pl'IWTAI ( .,. LI31 r f f IT IH Custom-Had- e Suits. WE SAY ! Unkiai .v. WE MEAN VEU ip ininiiitrA f. JOHNHON, mtarandldaui for ilio office of or Kuiioii tM.niij. KUctloti in Hl.rrltr IA V- - .V.,SaJU?L'Vh and oilier membera of tiio Stulo Democratic Committee- Unit tlicir Ih not work Iti Koiitnnky thin Auu,tto lion holhlny iifTn-- If Ihoy ex. U nrr aiitlmri.! o Miiiounre- w. J.; pCCt Cleveland tticurrj Kentucky mLNSfriU,i n; V MnJl,,a! foLu'ei by r0,000 majority, but there muni C0Unt ?2r;:.8M lthoroughHnonor.otlo work, .,, ...... .and clout, itiliiuto Html ju organi ciiit'i'ir nnrtiT o.r.iw. ration. Tho DiMiiuoiuta here Mart ? inlKUlt for lK Li,,!.- - &- - but wlimitWv call for (i2'M.w-II j VNNOUNnni I3NTH. rouj ui;uirr. mtttiArllftit - (Jouuniu wants to wiy conllilcntlntly to ftmator Kornii Tliu re i- - i1 Indisputable TIIAT Tim LAIIGKST VKD Tho Clothing season is nearly over, and our Slock still too largo. Our present prices will make Suits vacate the premCall and ises in a hurry. j Aixul cornea letter o w W. 10 nNnoyfie MtiCirriSIIKU m eandldua for Clerk of COOU WIBIICH Ulll 110 B th Kulion Circuit Court. Klectlon In no woiL CoulltluuthOU w .''" ,uhorii.l rH."V "f,MlI..f,n,ii;rfn hnliinaf. Vfvt!mrf iJ ru CTH full of mill - ) Hpcak- SAVES 1M OKTE TE". ":" H. M." 'MAXWELL, Thurman. Mr. J. W Coweill read n letter1 from District Elector Smith, in which ho declared his willingness to meet Mr. Wilson, n Republican speaker, id joint debate at this jtlace, the lime to be hereafter dt- ctucu upon. On motion of Mr Warren tbo president appointed :l committee composed ot live members of tins club and two Democrats front each voting precinct iu Fulton county; to arrange for a grand Democratic barbecue and rally, to be given at or near this place, the time, Ac., to be fixed by tho committee. The following gentlemen compose feuid Committee: From tho club l . spcuclii He was followed by Messrs. Ai A Davis, (led. Warren and W, li. McCutcbcn, each of whom spoke encouragingly of the election of Cleveland and ACUMPLETC I I doods m Tho Club met in regular wsion with Iti T. Tyler, president, in tho chair. Mr. It. S. MttrrcII was called to the stand and mado a uhort, sriTosn voir ROCERIISS attiim r. Titv ""OXJiL :F. IVIivt-KN- fMkJtiQ Sm K:rssr OLD UKIilAlHiK FAMILY GROCERY, B. CASE'S UOOUS. T(M l OF MIBM' AND HBVVY MM), A fruiJl ; rarkh-iBd- " He cf Charge. , v Si I O JSL 3M tf?' .. &- A. JST &sba! iV 4 t f& 'High V rpHlS A . nsmmg.7rw kYmki s -- 'j; n Cl'UrSrSl! kvx Iwwl 2 W vr SCGSS LOUAL NKWS. """ "- " Don't H. SCll lnttr sec mc. )lHlr trieaf I until ioit want it. M KM IntiUBtoii with campaign luanae-ineu- t iiiiihI K to roik, and an oriratiizatlou tlmt will In the City, the Lacnt Prices and 'miRwcr the call of the pioilof nml the llcst VoIuch for tho ciietnimso nml keep n ho thn ttjUBhiHin 60 favorably bcgniu money, are ut cn-irT uk, but publiely exprued, tlioRO BEST ASSORTED STOCK MoiHrtii'i Mmllior vronilrrful i!lcoTejr hnt lhAtlefii(l tkat J ly a My i "n munly A OlM-a- llicorrj 1ti EC M. MAXWELL. I Mil her Tim organ wrrv unioruupftl r lltfo tleatli mviitnl limulnrnt. inontiihv (titird ticwMntl mnl rnM p4m tKr, tint flrf p. So IkiiiM of U ft lu(t1e uf llr at)tT im nW14 ! ft f'tpftimp Dr. Klnc's St ltjYfry vrcm Ilvr 4ttb, much Trhevr.l cm laking jvi pn. w4 U h All f i?M aiwi vrlth wi Uwfftf tlmt lc Iet dr't inlrAtiili fc auii.s M,t:i;i; tiVl TtHt UTII uu ouo Utlllo Itav Mr- l.utltfr U-- t1r rurrl U Tlm Hvr njin-1T1I01T riHINH W C. lUmrhk A Co , oj Mitlbj, N. itvnuxAiri wrltt "Hrr1tly )' llfT rlHH4 Tfcl k fHf jj, I Mir, ht ertii jMridi Ami Iti clutcliti UlmUOi lier an I ii!i wTprtj Hi 1 Sjiitii & Immi I dtia tf I i' f' i KKKl OUR STOCK Tbo Jt"jl"llJI,rt" dec larn tlmt 11 i u "" Full ami Complete nt all wIhmi reRtorcu lo power incv pro- - , pone to reiruktto electlous tho PMl pl.l'lKlt lUVlt'll pitAI.N South ho ub lo fiocuro ua free bal- times and invito your inspection. 11 m ini wkirtcx u xhwir.r. 5. nK lot and :i faircuuttt." Tins 111011119 bUlLlSQAHUK. tlUJI.. another reconstruction period, Wo 1st no louse Undersell Is! carpet-baIf there are not a number of military e.Uoxeniorn, threat over With this vretMlugR hi Illnkmau lu the very rnlens on, openly exprtHsedt ecu tho ire full tn re.id tho great qtiCHtlon of rdgnn of tho times aright. hlnkh Into iiiAigulllcauce before the fti Southern people. To ilio devil C.U K- r ALL klM,tivstustiAur with our tariff, If we are to pass Xo mm ftlimiM iiin.rni.1. r,.l through another reconstruction period! corn bread In tho lilted Hintpa!carPot-lintilt yeiir, for there aro nearly for The rr!lrl tTMniiniuii. million acre of growing V V S.di, PmgqUt, I tfut I ml, corn. Ui trio I (jin rt co Hint en tcttlfitd 1 wuatlier ban boon ex- f rntiirtli warm for Hovcral davs. the thermomotor ranzinir auioiiJ'! tho 00V. TJ10 r mJ. Prug Morr. ".iigillg I A: 111 e, near-futur- taiiflf-reductfo- g Vt ty-Kl- x 1 1 ItH-(r- A rm f TOlrVtTI' M.S.VK IRyo-UiiNH tWUlluAUVK llMlH lit iiM ! Onu iaau UkjV kli Demoenitlo clubn be or- giioizeu in every uiMriot, and vn too county Democracy nerfnnt t1' I t wiioli an organisation uaho never nan nerore. vrrdiclU . v tiii:h or mi MM". rtreLrvftjvtfit y i chances for reCleveland election are 50 per e nt- - better than lu 1831, but ho wh' ImagincR that tho DemoeratH are to have a r aro too Fnngulue. Tho ! I n urn .jmt Slates of Now York, New Jcnsoy, A no ilirhjusl: t iivui i.q utirx Connecticut, Indiana and Califor- MUn Hello Fortune and .Mlns ilia, nro too close to warrant any Ono error, Inez. Parker, after upending wov belief as to ccrtaintj ouo tuinlake, one tueath of shin oral week lulling friondd lu win States which dor, may OliirkKille, Tcnn., returned homo nrn no lose or balanced. T!uro- tnnlv n'.. 1 im:ouiiv. . .j for waooiioliido that tho election r--i An exchange anyn that a live-lnewflpaperlo n town will create groat buMlo nml nethltv c. (comity huMlc, If It fullrt Into the iuiiiIm of tho ladloK. Tub rixr.T usr. r 1. v ' libanttDotii that Cric Ititltr of the I irrr. Kl titM iU eurr alt e or lt(XKl Out a liatf ddlr a Ullle t J. W. lowfiir- oruj 5' ore. ca m curd of U'uM1'm of IOjfrr MtrvJttK.' M' hnm IUrrt UnUgiM ncIl.H, Ohio, af kIUhj; 11 MUIu I hive firms: Mlio ,l?mI f,un,ir-7'rnf- 8 ll","c I llrtllJfkiia (tf ttlltttwm . ..w-.-- -" Hlaal.M lllllarB" - " liftte (nMtJ tlifir (ciiltmunr o that the cvi-r- ltir tcr lfl r(nJy gWn rellrr in Ul I vrr Ul UjHIc. mJ Baraiis. W trlffo nnihism walk-ove- "Tf defeited," thousands of Kcpubllcuus admit that this will be the last presidential light mado by that party, and heneo this great, last struggle will be fought with desperation. Hence, every Democrat must do his duty to win. YlAVVv a Gcmgli any Throat or -.. or CoM, or tho clilldrcn tro threatened with Cronor Whooping Cough, uo Atkcr'a Cngllah Ittmcdyand prenct further trouble. It li ft pcsltlro curry and wo guarantee It. Frlco 10 and 50c cx:.vt:t pt.vii;: y.Mi.n, r (IKKN,, .tll OO CiUhU. 1 .!.... J. .t-- W. COWGILTj, Druggist. t i tivKitSGititrt Judgo umImIL oncn Circuit Judgo of this Dihtilot, has located at Itsnoula, Montana, ua a inombcrof the Inw firm of Mar hliall, UeoveM iS: ! UriitM Itlirklril trntrn Snn. riiKUnr84Lf In Uu. - ri (.: Cu horfiL Mnrnh'all, ChUNaln, bme , Tr t'tr ChptwJ 11 i (Wrii. mJ lt tfknt Kruphtma, nid t reipiIrcJ. It lively rnr Vi ua or to cW ftttv t Mtforacllon, It or monc-- rtfuniloil. t'rnv -- 5 ecutt prr Ulfr ! ''. IMinim IVvef I pl OM) pIXiN, Uu. l'ur itvm.txrttHrs i!e bj J. W.fowglll, Drug-i- t. with tho Inevitable futurojoln tho )emoeratio club and ponaess f of a white plug lint and a ted bandana. tho oolored peonlo will enjoy tliemeie1viH ut haroo ouo in ilrown'g L'urk, near tho depot. Promlueut apcacrM havo beenlnlted to uddiesB tho crowd. Tlio tobacco nnd corn crops in Weakley county, wero nearly ruined by a water rtpnut, Monday lunt. It wau tho hen lent rain and tho most destructive over known in that section. Tlicro nroalmoflt a billion and u half of peoplo living on tho plan ot which wo inhabit. And yet there Is now and then a man who wonders what tho rent of ua will do when ho iIIca. Tho eclipse of tho moon was tho attractive event of Huuday night, and wan witucHBed by a largo number of our people. Tho ttky wan cloar, tho night delightful, mid tho view Hploudld. Tho court house nt Tipton villo will havo tobouiovod Hhortly from Its present ponitlou on account of tho oucioachmeut of tho i river. It will bo locatod in tho Kasteru part of tho town. Hon. P. J, Oliver wuh mixing with friend in Miokmnu,TucNdav. 3 lo la thoHumo Juol;, Htulliug ntfd good humored, an when lu tho Hold nan candidate lighting tho cuomloa of tho Democracy, Only throe DemoeratH actual ly voted against tho Democratic turill reduction bill, but thcHo three wero from thu Htnto of New York, and Homohow tho DomoorotB need that Htnto to In our-Hid- A boy 10 or 12 years old, was A tun 11 up near Nashville, Tenu., fitolo a wholo houso tho placed In the Stato penitentiary, other day and removed it two Tuesday, for killing bis four year tallcri to bin i!ivce beforo tho theft old Hlster. Ho sa8 ho was hired to kill her by a man, his mother's wna diricovered, paramour, who promised to give If you want to wheel Into lino him a new pair of boot and n pair i !..,.. :ii .i nuv. it oiru ...tii. a niuz.icMuuui.it; wiui Tho ball went tnrougn two pianu fences and hit a colored girl. Tho ball was extracted makiug a pun-fu- l wound. Prof. wTT odorn, of this city, has been elected principal of tho Hickman public schools. Ho is a young man who well deserves success, and wo nro glad to seo him mounting tho steps of his profesITiilou City sion. Anchor-Independent. Scott King, living near Troy, Teun., ouo day last wook shot at . 11...- - NURnemler to commit tho terrible iQQit Tho boy appears Ig norant of being guilty of any great ctlmo. An eflort will be made to havo tho Governor pnrdou him. of 11 MIstdH-fdpp- Tho Democrats have passed tho Milln bill to reduce taxation, Mr. C. II. Kingman, of Hickbj 13 majority, through the Dem- man, has been appointed to a posltopublicnuB tal clerkship on n ocratic House, tho routo running with t Democrats voting against Into Albuquerque, Now Moxico. it. Now, what becomes of tho Ho is n competent nnd worthy Kepubliean taunt that tho Demo dcniociat, and tho Couriek cruts wero unable to pass n Mlli.t11l him well in Ids now voca- reducing taxes! Tho lCcpubltcnn j joll- ncuutu can now umuo wnuuiui not. they wilt pass this bill i and reliable Medlclnw are thcWt to depend upon. Acltcr'a Wood EL Wo learn from tho Fultoniau lxlr baa bef n prtttrlhed for jtara for all tm purltioaofthoBlood. lnevoryformofScroL thattMr. Thos. Iluddtestou, living ulous, 8phllttlo or Mercurial diseasei, it Is four miles west of Fulton, died invaluable. For Kheuxnatlian, has so equal on tho 13th inst. Also, in that J.W.C0WG1LL, Druggist. city, on tho 15th Inst., Mr. John Dai ham, an old and icspeoted cit0. H. Drooks, (col.) Principal izen of that place. Also, lu that city, on tho 18th Inst., Mr. Koboy colored High School of Paducali, IIuiiBukor, an estimablo young nnd editor of tho Colored Peomau of that city, of consumption. ple's Department of tho News, isitcd the OouniUR office, MonTiiu Ihiptlsts aro going to day. Ho is engaged visiting tho build a $2()tU00 college nt .May coiorod Odd Fellow Lodges in Western Kentucky. s Held, and ouo of tho finest In tho Stato Ih now nearly would enjoy your llnnar finished there. With ono or two "T.C J use and Dyapcrala byDjs moro railroads, that old town sit- pfpsla, Xl3 Acker's aro prevented Tablets. uated right in tho middle of it big, They are a positive cure for Drspepala, In rich county, could easily become dlffutftton, Flatulency and Conatlpatiou. Wc guarantee them. 25 and CO cents. fashionable and havo ''boom." C. J, J. W.OOWGILU Druggist. IVV VXVX,XV Ackor' lUby Bootlmr At hand. It li tho onlf 0afo modlclne jot tnado that will remove all Infantile disorders. It contains no Opiun T Morphine, but elres tho child vatural riico25ccaU. Boldb .1. Y, COWOILL, Druggist. Mfrjpaiiu yt f vvu court-houso- 11 y mirp Clowd.tiid'u Thero is a gcuoral Improve meut in all crops in tho lnltcd States reported to thodepattment of agriculture. Tiioro is a probability of a failure of tho wheat crop In Hurope, wave in" Kussiu, which gives promise of a greater doinaud for bread muffs, and n better piico for gmlii. ly It is stated that Mr. John Wnuamakor, tho merchant prince, of Philadelphia, cartics insurance on his life to tho amount of ono Hy advertising million dollars. liberally in the uowspapors ho sella goods enough to pay tho premium on this Immense amount of iusnr-uncAdvertising utwuya pays. R. S. MurrclJ, 3JGtt Mini; Qtttk, UernixHf lbiilrjiern will be clven In tbo Arthur King, Jno. W. Cule, W. 1 FJ'"Vt!ni Hgft MatbeinHtlcK, Hook Keeping and the fieitniio. (iovcrnincni ntld but firm. fin .j Tavlorond W. A. Dodds. V ft na "jl'nMarl ,.Pupil, ret Montu f! Lodgton Lucius Kecd and Wnl it.. .' . ii 1 ui nu t;Vtnt " J Ivaitfd Pupils, per Month Proprietor of the Only Inclusive CASH lKOUSF, Crostic. Cayce Almos Cbappcl and JesB. lu the CIlj. 1127 ly B. se Ikckhum. Madrid Rend Wm. Perry and Larry Everett. Fulton E. 0. Storks and J. It. . ! Luton. Sassafras Ridge Geo. Connor and Jerry J. Jones. Jordan 1). R. Alexander and JtAM rril32 lAllCiJtfU. LINE Ol1 F. M. Shuck. The Corresponding Secretary vill close T TR was instructed to invito Messrs. Stubblcfield and Thomas, of FulNOTIONS, LADIES ORESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &,:., K- ton, to addres3 this club at its next regular meeting, Wednesday evenbe V goods ing, August 8th. The names of 10 new members were added to the roll, making the That he Iins ever carried, and at P2ICES as LOW as tho LOWEST- - Iti or total membership 100. There being no further business ! is the club adjourned. 11. T. TYLER, Pres't. Ho does not fear to comparo priced with any ono; and, in fact, hid Jas. C. Wkauk, Scc'y- Stock is complete in every Department. tnr Gall and examine Ids goods beforo buying elsewhere. The most pleasant and popular summer resort of tho season xi;xt noon to u. m. 3iaxwi:mn. is tho Laclede Ico Cream Parlor, tastefully arranged, Ico Cream, why AekeVf Mr J. J. Williams, railroad Sherbets, Milk Shakes, &c., nicely Vvc IUon.1 Kllilr engineer, accompanied by Mr. served by tho ladies in charge. b trarrnntet, ia because It Is tho best Crolcy, of Richmond, Va., and It is n pleasant and happy retreat, It will posL Wood Preparation known. t and is receiving liberal tltelycur all Blood Dlaeaw. purifies the Mr. J, C. Holey, of Humboldt, from our best people whole sjvtetn, and thoroughly builds up tho Tenu., were iu Hickman, WednesDEALER IN constitution. Remember, wo guarantee lu day, oft' a rcconnoissauco of tbo Lemonade FIVE CENTS a glass. k W. CO WO ILL, Druggist. old Hickman and Tiptonvillo Raila J. roiso.M.D iiy ici; cukam. road and Lcveo line, with a view SpreUl to PaJncah Ntm Wo learn from tho Troy Press to reviving that very unfortunate Wickliffk, July 21. Dr. S. L. u that a telephono lino is now being enterprise. Theso gentlemen rep Humphrey, of this city, and his 5S run from Boyle's lower mill to resent what is known us tho Geor entire family, consisting of his WI1bou tile, nnd will connect with gia, Alabama & Tennessee rail- wifo, two grown daughters and ' ft road company, a company that grown sou, were poisoned on Sun tho lino from Hickman to dick'n fishery, on RccIfoot.Lnke, bus projected a line of road from day night by eating Ico cream. in a tow davfl. thus giving Hick- Atlanta, Go., ri.i Birmingham, They ore now lying at homo In au fe M b Ala, Humboldt nnd Dyersburg, exceedingly critical condition, faman and Union City, and all polutst connection with Teun,, to a point on tho Mississip tal results being feared. Thorunu-ne- r county, and it is pi river in ono another. of tho poisoning is unknown School Fancy !::::, u claimed that tho company can and is supposed to bo the work of 'command capital equal to tho natural causes. A&Must received, iniothor large completion of the great enterKENTUCKY. HICKMAN, nnd beautiful lino of Hats and prise. The Leveo enterprise from KriscoiAi. rmmcit notice. Ilonnots, nt Mrs. Jones' Millinery Hickman to tho highlands of preach liAZAAK. where you aro sure t Madiid Bend is put forward The Kfc'or rilt ottuiite and find something to please tho eye, as a part of their work and next Sunday, morning anil night 2S SubMorion Txi, Matlbt-- vl taste and purse. Come nnd leave and as a great aid iu building their ject Spirit nil growth illustrated by the your orders. FURNITURE. 1 lino from Dyersburg via tho Lake liltei of tbefieM FURNITURE. Subject NUht Text, a Peter, 'country to tho Mississippi. Tho Spiritual life Illustrated III, 18. course of by tho rnn.n tiii; cjoi.oem titv. people of this community would rier. II. A. Markwick, Golden City, feel an entlinwiostin Interest in the Pmne tfcrvlce are liehl regularly on Mo., writes: "I have tried your railroad and Joveo from bore to litu ltt and 3d Sundays of every moulh, morning and night. 0. C, "Certain Chill Cure" and Tiptonvillo, but tho company is both en every Sunday at 0 30Sunday school a M. DEALERS INfind it truo to tho unmo "Certain" , not yet prepared to mako any def- (sol Persons d'ldrlng the inlnlMratlon of as it cured me of chills nnd fever inite proposition to our land own- - thn church should send word directly to after all remedios failed." War. Icrs and citizens, but rather up the Hector, Hr can be always found or muted harmless and so plensant jpear to be investigating ns to reachcl by applying at ih Rectory. Itcv. C.L. PINDAR, Keclor. to tho tnsto that any child will what tho landowners nnd citizous take it. Sold by J. W. OowgiH, would be willing to do to secure PUOOF OF HAHRIAtJR. fjune22-ltho contemplated improvement. Druggist. KENTUCKY; Tilt ICIAN, Our land owners and cilueus u 1. Ncott and M(m IChIIo Jtemlles. Y. M. i A having for years bad this lovoo Stato of Mlaoiri, ) ARE Ol'FKRINO all graden 0 Tiain, Jredium and Fine Furniture at grfcall ' pjoject discussed and agitated, The Young Mon Clirlctlan VS3 Ccr(ifi:alc. rtdurvd prices. Wo carry a full line, at all tluica, of meet at their Hall einr know its great advantages, and Conntyof New Madrid J 6JIAI&8, ROCKERS, TABLES, BUREAUS, WASUSTANDSt WARDROH&S, Sunday nfternoon ut 3 o'clock. we doubt not would bo willing to IU It known to all lo whom thcie pres CHAMBER SETS, MATTRESSES, SPRTXGS, c , While the meetings nro moro es- .respond liberally to utiy fair, re- ent fliall come, that, in the county of New And Me enuantee our price to be Hie lowest OItc ui ft trial and be convinced pecially for tho young men, the spond liberally to any fair, respon- Miarld, In tho cute or MiMorni, in f 5'thi'jr in mc 'c;tp'l o vn VVOFRTAKERS nOOnSl and riUtoiml ill &!) Vt. ?rr cirll citizens, both lndica and gentle- sible nnd safo proposition. Thoro-forMKilrnle of the county aforesaid, and by tbTonlndiisline.- We'enrry a large lino of Wooden and Metallic Burial Guars'. wo trust that this company men, arc cordially invited to atvlituuf t'ciii iBiirtt Uviii tba oftlco aOir ltt jiainug and Job otk n f ncelab j. tend theso meetings every Sunday will formulate n business proposi- of the Itccorder of laid county, I did, at nnd let it go before tho own- tho Hudson Hotel, In the city of New tion, afternoon. Subjectjfor next Sunday How ers of ovcriiowed lands in Ken- Mndrld, on the fourteenth clay of July, 18 88, unite O. P. tho roco may bo won. 1 Cor. ly, tucky and Tonncsscc, and cur Readies In marriage.Scott andInMiu Katie thePone opinion is that any fair proposition f net of 1M. Hudson, L. A. lUchardf,prci ;llcb,xii, 12. JaDy this levee, cob Anschel. and others. will bo accepted. 15. Fuittn, leader. J. besides a railroad connection, JAS. ti. IUQUA9 SCCT3' (liven and certified under niy band, this moro than 200,000 acres of ns rich Mtb day f Julv, 18S8. I. J. O. MORRISON, A. A. Davis has addod to his land as thero is in tho United Justice of thel'eaca. Insurance Agency tho Pennsyl- States would bo reclaimed from vania Firo Insuruneo Company, of ovcrfinw,nnd that largo soction of JJiirtlwuA TO CONTRACTORS. Philadelphia. This Is ono of the eouutry, now thinly populated, Has a snlcnilitl stock of tho verv Lost mnkes of all Uhuh ofthe market old pioneer companies, nnd ha would soon teem with thousands wliiciiMrc oilcrcil ut ONlilPKlCE, anil tlmt th very lowest wlU U received by John Wittinjt, nearly $3,000,000 assets. Mr. Da- of thrifty nnd industrious farmers. justiMf A11 goods guatatitceil to bo exactly as reprcsontedt Chairman of tbc vis now has tho largest lnsnnir.ee This company promises soon to the city of Uickmau, Htrcct Committee of for grading Moscow Agency in Western Kentucky, present a proposition for building Avenue, from Dleitelbrlnk's ntoro to J. K. and his Agency is composed of tnis levee, and express tlio con- Brown's corner. U Halt Hickman. Plans tho very best companies in the viction tlmt it will bo built. Tho and ureelficatlonitof lite work it be upon Bpplicntiou to Mr. Wilting. United States. Out of a largo CouuiEit has bad hopes for this anr rovrrci thu rlclit lo number of losses, thero is not a enterprise many, many times, uu Thceitr biJi, at her dbcrMion. retect vrlll Uldit and nl mado tho ho oprn for 30 days. By order of the claim nt this Agency. til hope deferred has disputed Mrs. McConnoll, wifo of our heart sick, but wo shall sec what Couacll.V. Attest, U McCUTOIIEV, City Clerk thero is iu tho present movemeut, woxtliy and venerable county-wanIIickmn, Ky.t June 35, 1SS8. i Cou-kieEsquiro Winfrod IS. McConnell, nnd keep tho readers of tho Hn'yMt posted. died, on Sunday last. Our heart (Corner of Jack&on ami Kentucky Streets,) Is deeply burdened with Miicero WHEAT! WHEAT 11 WHEAT II f v i;i.nox toniMXY, TIIK DKAN grief for our vonerablo county man, in this sad hour of aflhction. D. On August 120th tho Dean & Speak her uime aofdy, Go. will open their Beaeou by 'TinMcrcd nhe nice pa, BUSHELS OP WHEAT, a ono wook's engageinont at tho with new STOCK, out and out. Fine, itlUb RIGS for nii AitgcU la-- o borne her for which wo nlll nar tho AiA JUSTOrEN'ED, City Hall. They aro making great Tatronago solicited. Where man neter wecpi. ttl CASH market price. Karlh'a linked to beaten preparations, and from what wc We will receive Wheat at tho Hickman Kternlty a hood, learn will havo ouo of the atrong- - Perot, D0J1V Switch, Cayce and Jordan Mcaenea from Kartb, (card Glfc iu a chaoco est companlcH that ever played iu Station. Sacks furofidiol from Ulckmao, To bllfeful Uoyond. cctAa-l- y Hickman. Mien Emma Gates, Cayco, or Jordan, FKKK. Sqmo of our local railroad their loading lady, Vas formerly in 8.E. ft Q.W. JOHNSON, bulldoia aro dUgusted with tho tho Hupport of Jos. Jeflcrson. She JuncftM! Cayce, Ky. outlook, nnd nro tnrninir their at will introduce Bongs and dances tention to tho latest invention of each night, among which will bo ART1CLI2 iu, it liyiug maohlno which it is claim tho latest if ow York huccchs, "The Src. 4. "Any perion or peroti who ed will revolutionize tho present Kail It.'iiiiliinn.'l mill ntlieiM. Ono pti hall dWcWge or fboot mouious ot trntllo una travel. thing wo aro especially glad to lot, or other fire arm, off any gun, otty, whhlu the new except In defema of person or properly, Tho yellow fovor in Southern say, and that is wo will got night plays that havo fdiall be fined for ech olleme not lesa in;iM:it ix- Florida seems to bo sprawling. plays ovory nrpRAntml linro Itnfom. than two uor moro than sixteen dollars." Tho attention of tho fedoral said navor hmui who fik.o 18 ,4Auy person or persons tary bureau has been called to it Thoro la no doubt but that Frank vhsll place, or cause to bo placed, In any DIll'llS, HBDICIKBS. FAINTS MB DM-OTwill bo tuude to stamp u, ueau auu tt. Harris i.mon uni of tho streets, alleys, or publio grounds nnd oflorts foci proud of tho reception they of Ihs city, any filth trash, slop, oQal, it out ns speedily as possible. nro bound to receive tho opening carcass, dead animal, err other unclean, Tho Bonnto last Friday con. night. Uu wholesome (or olfrnstva mat trr or Ihtng either to sight or vinell), shall he flncJ firmed tho appointment of Henry George, of Graven county, Ky Judgo Win. Lindsay lias gono not less thunfor(Ire nor more than twenty' each offense.1' to bo Indian agent at h$ Colora- with Ids wife to Kuropo, to bo nb Ave dollars A copy sliest. caMi'ouDJiD & urniwciTioiXd do river ogoncy. Arizona. eont until November Ut W. In MiCUTCIIEN, C. tf. . . WKMKNOWN INSTtTUTlOJT lias Jnat ThencKtutmwmwAuauaTaotu.is, Common School AmucK, 1. cWd one of lu n"',V,j moaLpHocfAsilii Vt. HUGHES, Ai Jeu - Yorl - to re IE3- - CACE, W .A. I. Ii KENTUCKY, 3 out my entire Stock of Goods at 50, Ceats oa &e Dollar. These sold by the 1st of must until every piece August, gone. Come quick ira W Fti & JiL A W Vf M Jo Clothing and Gents Underwear J. GOLDSTEIN, veasow oncour-agemen- IIR&MS1BGARDN1, MA inter-mediat- o s 6 11aiTnn i k, ' j ( a S y TEPIIENS & HIYLER, - Mure and Undertaker's Mi WE pju-aaa- o m 21-2- 7 K.EiaLii.BrjE & Si iS"AElS r ROOFING A SPECIALTY 111 , How Lively HICKMAN, Stabb u Kl-do- n W A NT B KENTUCKY, )" lr KINGMAN & BOMAB. COity Ordinance. TliE OLD RELIABLE! Oil AS. A. IIOLCOJHBE, -W, jir caUkully &ZM JMftjSiijaWwi. h - SlSSIWWPVTT'BPyPWBHSlWSSSSSWBSSSSSSBS ? 'ifir JJL Z HMD SSSSSSSSSi arfa. rs :jUa..i .& TiW- t- fcs& KO TTtT" kM -- ff -- t T1W IW TTnwr TALMAGE'S SEMION. Btratojry, na Appllod to Cbrlotlnn Taction, lltuitrntrd hy.lotlinV Upon Al-l- Hndden Movement Nurreaaof llio Hm prl U Coming, ami Cuu Not He Stnjfd. he from Wurtcmfcnrg Attfcs. folllns back from the Drusse U market place, yd U the time triumphing. NotwithAUndlnffall the hocking reveraea which the Church of Cbrlst suffers, what do we Three thousand missionaries of th cross on heathen ground; sixty thonvd Win Uteri of Jesus Chrlit In this InnJt t loast two hundred mlllioni of Christian on the earth. Alt nations kindling In a Mate of rcviYAl." PaIIIdr back, yet vanclng until the old tt'eslejnnhyrnn will y 0 FL .1 R : ! t. I r p. it Chaplain T. J)oWltt Talmnge preached Tho Lion of Judah shall creak the chain list Sunday to the Tlrteenth Hegtmcnt of And giro us the victory ftffaln and again' tho New York State Rational (1 turds enHut there Is a moro marked illustration camped nt Fcckskltl, V. Y. Tho regiment assembled nt 3 p. m., w hen people from the of victorious retreat In the lifs of our neighboring country, towns and cities were Joshua, the Jesus of the ages. First falling present In Immense numbers. A military hack from an appalling height to appalling tand conducted the musical part of tho depth, falling from celestial hitli to terres service Chaplain Ta Image's sermon, trial volleys, from throne to manger; ) et which was on "Uses of Htrntagem," was that did nut seem to suffice Htm a a rebned on Joshua vllb, i! "Then ye shall treat. Falling back still further from rise up from tho ambush, and sleze upon Itethlehem to Nnzereth, from Narereth to Jmtsnlera, back from Jemialam to Gothe city." Ho satdi Men of tho Thirteenth Regiment, and lgotha, back from Oolgotha to the mauso-leuIn the rock, liack down over the their friends, here gathered, of all occupation and professions; men of the city and precipice of perdition until He walkM men of tho fields hero Is a theme fit for amid the cavern of the eternal captive ami ilranV of the wine of the wrath of Aall of us. Ono Kabbath evening with my family lmighty God amid the Ataab anl Jeiebela aiound me, we were talking over tho sceno and UeUharrar. O mon of tho pulpit and eyes and men of the powr, Christ's dewt from of the text. In the quick interrogations nud tho blanched Heaven to earth does not measure half the cheeks I realized whnt a thrilling drama It distance. It was from glory to perdition. Mas. There la the old city, shorter by He descended Into hell. AH tbe record name than any other ?ity In the ngea, of earthly retreat are a nothing spoiled with two letters A. L Al. Joshua compared with this falling back. Kanta and his men went to take It. How to do Anna, with tho fragment of hi army, flyIt Is tho question. On a former occasion, ing over the plateaux of Mexico, and NaIn a straight-forwarface to face light, poleon and his army retreating from Mosthey had been defeated; but now they are cow Into the awful snows of llssila r going to take it by ambuscade. General not worthy to be mentioned wlththlt reJoihua baa two divisions in his army the treat, when all the powers of lirknesi one division the battle-worcommander seem to be pursuing Christ as He (ell back, will lead himself, the other division he until the body of Him who ct& to such send off to encamp In an ambush on wonderful things lay puHWess and atrip-pocity of Al was not Methlnks that the west aide of the city of Al. No torches, no lanterns, no sound of heavy so emptied of Its JubaultanU when thoy battalions, but thirty thousand swarthy went to pursueosbtia n perdition waa tho warriors moving In silence, speak- eiuplit-- rtieufi hvh ttiy ing only In a whisper; no cllcklag pursuit of Ckrlst, and He fell back, and of swords against shields, lest the back, down lower, dow'n lower, cnasm be, pit hslow pit, until Ha ieraed watchmen of At discover it, and the low to strike the bottom of objurgation and stratagem be a failure If a recouuolter-IngaoldlIn the Israelltlsh nrray forgets acorn and torture. Oh, tho long, loud, himself, nil along tho lino the word la Jubilant shout of hell at tho defeat of tho "Hush I" Joshua takes the other division, Lord Clod Almighty! But let not tho powers of darkness rethe one with which he Is to march, and puts It on the north side of tho city of Al, joice quite so aoon. Do you hear that dis and then spends the night In reconnolter-In- g turbance In the tomb of Arlmathea? I hear In tho valley. There ho Is, thinking of the sheet rending I What means that atone hurled down the aide of the hill? Who la tho fortunes of the coming day, with something of Wellington the night before this coming out? Tush him back! The Waterloo, or of Meade and Lee the night dead must not stalk In this open sunlight. out. Ho before Gettysburg. Threh stand In tho O, It la our. Joshua. Let Hun night, and says to himself: "Yonder Is come forth, and starts for the city. He the division In ambush on tho west side of takea the apear of the Hom&n guard, and Al. Here is the division I have under my point that wny. Church militant mnrche especial command on the north side of Al. up on one aide, and thechurrh triumphant There I the old city, slumbering in Its sin. marches down on the other able. And the will bo tho battle. Iookl powers of darkness, being caught between the morning already Itegina to tip these ranks of celestial and terrestrial valtfcvhHK Tb- - military efflccra cf Al !?sx or, nothing Pa lft of Oirrtw mta nut out In tho morning very early, and wh'le enough to Illustrate the direful overthrow they do not ae the division In ambush of bell and our Joshua's eternal victory thy lehold tho other division of Joshua, On his head be all the crowns. In Hla and thecry, "To arras! To arms!" rings hand bo all the scepters. At His feet bo through all tho street of the old town, and all the human hearts; and here, Lord, Is every sword, whether backed or bent or one of them. Lesson the second: The triumph of the newly welded, Is brought out, and all tho Inhabitants of the city of Al pour through wicked la short. Did you ever see an army the gates, an Infuriated torrent, and their In a panic! There Is nothingsouncontrolla cry Is: "Come, we'll mako quick work bio. If you had sUod at Ing Ilrldge, with Joshua and hla troops." No sooner Washington, during theopenlnofouraad, had these people of Al come out agalnt civil war, you would know what It Is to ace tho troops of Joshua than Joshua gave an army run. An when those men of Al such a command as ho seldom gave: looked out and saw thoe men of Joshua in "Fall back!" Why, they could not bellevo a stampede, they expected erny work. thelrown ears. Is Joshua's courage fail- They would scatter them as the equinox the leave. O, the gleeful and jubilant deing him? The retreat Is beaten, and tho Israelites scent of the men of Al Ura tho men of are Hying, throwing blankets and canteens Joshua! Hut their exhilaration was brief, on every aldo under this worse than Hull for the tide of battld turned and thete Hun defeat. And you ought to hear the quondam conquerors left their miserable soldiers of Al cheer and cheer and cheer. carcasses In the wilderness of Bet haven. Dut they huzza too soon. The men lying Ho It always Is. The triumph of the wicked in nmbusb aro straining thelrvlalon to get Is short. You make $20.OX at tho gaming some signal from Joshua, that they may table, Do you expect to keep It? You will You make a forknow what time to drop upon tho city. die In the SPECTRAL ANALYSIS Joshutnkes his burnished a peer, glitter- tune by Iniquitous traffic. Do you expect ing In the aun llko a shaft of doom, and to keep It? Your money will scatter, or it pp. KlrelihofTs Vrritn of the H tor of Its Dlsroverr. points It tow anl tbo city; and when the will stay long enough to curse yoar children Shortly beforo hla death tho hi to Dr. men up yonder In tho ambnsh seo It, with alter you are dead. Call over the roll of hawk-lik- e swoop they drop upon Al, and bad men who prospered and see how short KIreoft of Herlln, related tho true story without stroke of aword or stab of apear was their proJprlty. For a while, like of theidScovery of spectral analysis. Ho take the city and put It to the torch. So the men of Al, they went from conquest to and Hunnen wero then profrsscrs at Hrl much for the division that was In ambuh. conquest, but after a while disaster rolled del berg nnd kept bachelors' quarters In tho 'Hicsonstein." Upon ono or How a tout tho division under Johua's back upon them and they wcrs divided dally promenades Hunaon remarked: command? No sooner doe Joshua stop In Into three parts; misfortune took their their "Klrchhoff, wo must dltwovcr something the flight than all his mon stop with him, property, the grave took their body, and whlrh will bo too simplo to bo truo." They and a bo wheels they wheel, for In a voice thelott world took their soul. I im always returned and went to work. Hut yeart of thunder he cried "Haiti" One strong Interest! In tho building of theaters and passed by before tho discovery waa effect. arm driving back a torrent of fly the building of dissipating saloons. Iliko cd. Experimenting ono day In his Klrchhoff happened to placoubutn ing troops. And then, a ho points to havo them built of tho best granite and bis spear through the golden light toward have the rooms made large and to havo tho ing lamp In tho rays of tho tun. A dark ! that fatal city, hi troops know that they pillars made verr firm. Q rein? to placo appcarou at onco. Thinking tt an are to start lor it. u hat a scene conquer them, and they wilt bo turned Into 'optical Illusion," ho repented tho action, to find tho dark ray reappear, nud It was when the division In ambush asylums and ait galleries and churches. only pluco which had taken the city raarcbod down The stores In which fraudulent men do give was to tho ordinary my when the removed. Ho called Huneen. lamp agatnt the men of Al on the one side, and business, th-- splendid banking in Tho experiment waa repeated many times the troops under Joshua doubled up their wbrro tVe president and cashier put and always with the aame result They enemies from the other side, and the men all their property In their wife's hands could not oxplnlq It Finally Hansen proof At wero caught between those two hurand then fail for .'(200,000 all these institu- posed that thoy go h on.o and "think of ricanes of Israclltlsh courage, thrust be- tions aro to bocome the places where other things for awhllo;'1 possibly somo fore and behind, etabbed In breast and honest Christian men do business. explanation might be reached. They lolled back, ground between the uppr and nethHow long will it take your boys to get In their easy chairs, smoking their long of God's indignation. Woo through your er gains? The wicked student plpen and talking of the days of to the city of Al I Cheer for the triumphs do not livo out half their days. For a their A'outh and tho gossip of tho hour. whilo thev swaeger and strut and mako a The afternoon had almost passed when of Israeli remark: Lesson the first; There Is such a thing great splash In the newspapers, but after j Hun sou sprang to hla foot with tho Is fed by as victorious retreat- - Joshua's falling awhile it all dwindles down Into a brief I 'Eurokai Thn name ut tho lamp tut) iminu bIuu w lull I burning in tho fcick was the first chapter of his successful parngrnph: "Died suddenly, July 22. lbh, aunt" They hurried back to tho laborabeslegement. And there pre times In your at thirty-fir- e years cf age. Hehtircsand tory, tried a number of experiment, and life when the Ixmt thing you can do Is to friend of the family are. invited to attend tho i cat dNevvery was made. That night run. You were once the victim of strong the funeral on Wednesday, at luoo'cloik, thero waa a jollification In the b rholor drink. Tho demijohn and Iho decaulrr from bis late residence on Madison Square. quarters of tho modest hotoL A few weeks wereyeyr fierce foe, They came down Interment at Greenwood." Bomeuf them later tho wholo world knew of tho dlscov upon you with greater fury than the men Jnuiped oft tho docks. Homo of thm tvtk crv, and Klrchhoff and Hunsen wero enTho of Al upon the mrn of Joshua. Your only prusslc acid. ome of them fell under the rolled among Immortal scientist, safety Is to get away from them. Your snap of a Derringer pistol. Home of them name of Klrchhoff, by the way, means dissipating companions will come around spent their last days in a lunatic asylum. "graveyard." At a state dinner tho distinguished scientist onco mado a speech In you for your overthrow. Hun fcr your Where are William Tweed and his associlife I Fall backl Fall back from tho ates? Where nre Ketcham am Swart-wou- t, honor of tho guest of tho evening, cudlng "Hoch soil leben." Prof. drinking saloon. Fall back from the wine absconding swindlers? Where Is with the usual of tbo physical Helmholtz, now party. Your flight is your advance. Your James Fisfc, the libertlno? Where is John tuto In Berlin, head llstcn'ng to tholnstl conafter retreat U your victory. There Is a saloon ) likes Booth, the assassin? and all the clusion, was guilty of tho remark: UIU on the next street that hai almost been the other misdemeanants? Tho wicked do not must bo Immortal, Indeed, to whom the ruin of your soul. Then why do you go live out half their days. Disembogue, O Klrchhoff (graeyard) calls 'Long Live.1" along that atrectf Why do you not pasa woilduf darkness Y. i Trtltins, Come up, Hildobrand through somo other street, rather than and Henry II. and Hobesplerre, and with by the place of your calamity! A sjoon blistering and blavphemlnir ami ashen ful of biandy, taken for medicinal purlips hiss out; "The triumph of h wicket LIFE IN PORTUGAL. poses by a man who, twenty years beforo, is short!" Alas! for tho men of Al when A Country MTie re Mmlern Wars Have Not bad been reformed from drunkenness, Jothu a stretches out hla siwuir tawird th Yet Hrrvmc Fvpular h pried into inebriety and f he grave, one of city. In Portugal a man may look about him the best friends I ever bad. Your retreat Leason the third: How mock may be and almost forgot how tho world bus Is your victory. Here Is a converted infiaccomplished by lying in ambtstf for op- grown older and ftalder. Hero howtUseo del. Hetssosttong now In his faith In portunities. Are you hypercritical of the plowmAn and tho carter guiding oxen the gospel he says be can read any thing. Joshua's maneuver? Do you say that It In sUe and shupo such as the ancient What aro you reading Hollngbroker was cheating for htm fo tako that city by Homans bred, yoked to auch primitive Andrew Jackson Davis1 tracts? Tyndall's ambuscade? Was It wrong for Washing- plowa or carta as wo still can aco on Greek coins. Their rules and Glasgow University address? Dron them ton to kindle campflres on New Jersey and Homan and run. You will be an Infidel before Heights, giving the Impression to the op- methods of tlllago aro the same almplo auc oftcu foolish ones as tbo anc'.enta followed you die unless you quit that. These men posing force that a great army was enof Al will be toj much for you. Turnyour camped there when thee was none at all? tbo old heathen superstitions still mlngli Inn the new religion ; tho peoplo LacK u(on me rank ana mo of unbelief. Answer, If the war was right then Joshua with old ono guago Is Hkcr cami Fly beforo they cut you with their wss right In his stratagem. Ho violated from Homo thanto tho extant, that plow, any still tbo swords and transfix you with their Jave- no flag of truce. He broke no treaty, but mun and wagonar and reaper, the ahep by a lawful ambuscade captured the city herd In hla goat's skin coat, and th lins. There aro eoplo who havo been h of Al. Oh, that we alt knew how to lie In maiden, with her distaff, might all tak ruined because they risked a fool- ambush for opjtortunltles to servo God. their places In somo such rural processus hardy expedition In the presence of mighty The best of our opportunllles do not He on aa we seo sculptured on a Homan bat, and overwhelming temptations, and the the surface, but are secreted: bv tact, by relief of tho Augustan ago. Tho vor men of Al made a morning meat of them. stratagem, and by Christian ambuscade aicctfl 01 nature, the genial ulr, tuc vino, Bo, also, there la auch a thing as victorious you may take almost any castto of sin and ollvo trees, tho rocks, vOloys, run songs of birds and mur retreat In the religious world for Christ, Come up toward men nlng stream, tho on thy my hllli are all muring of bees Thousands of times the Kingdom of wiui a icguiar legem fnt of argupaatowl tho sweetest of Christ has seemad to fall back, When tho ment and you will be defeated; but Just such as accompaniments all his Idyll.' poets aon;; to blood of the Keotch Covenanters gave a wait until the door of their hearts Is set used as Hfo. From Just ;uch n happy rural deeper dye to the heather of the High- ajar, or they aro off their guard, or their of craggy mountain aldea overlooking the lands, when the Vaudols of Franco chose severe caution Is away from homo, and sea, as Theocritus sung of, anil beneath extermination rather than make nn un- then drop In on them from a Christian amho dcacrltcs, Just such a tall christian surrender, when on Ht.HarthoIo-mew'- s buscade. There has been many a man up does thn Portuguese shepherd lad of Day mounted assassins rode through to his cldn In scientific portfolios which meal ot rest to tako hla g thestreetiof Furls, crying: "Kill! proved there was no Christ and no Divine bread und olive, and look down upon the Is good In August! KIM! Deuthto reflation his pen a clnietar flung lt-- creeping waves of tho blue ocoan far foot; Just as in thoso ancient days the Huguenots Kill!" when LadyJano the heart of theological opponents, who, Groy'a head rolled from the executioner's nevertheless, bus been dUeomflted and docs h bare hla sunburnt breast to the oool Seabreeze, and hears It In the branches block, when Calvlu was Imprisoned In the captuied for God by some little tho very aweot, whispering plno castle, when John Kjtoxdlod for the truth; child, who has got up and put her overhead, tho poet heard In B icily twenty when John Hunynn lay rotting In Hod ford snowy arms around his sinewy neck and musta, that centuries ago Intaiur, Jail, saying: "If God will help mo, and my asked some almplo question about God and physical life continues, I will atay her' Heaven. until the moss grows on my eyebrows Home well meaning persons aru hopeful Oh, mike a flank movement; steal a rather than give up my faith," tho days of march on the devil; cheat that wan Into only whon thoy tro prosperous. In ths midst of adversity thoy nro lilted with retreat for tho church were days or vic- Heaven! A treatise that will Thoreby thoy miss tho sweetest K tory. stand all the laws of liomlletlcs may fall to The Pilgrim fathers fell back from the unwai which upeiiny tract tf Christian en Joy of hopo for It la In adversity that hopf llnda Its opportunity toaerve as rn anchor other side of the sea to Plymouth Hock, tieaty may aecomplih, Oh tor moro but now fro inarshullnj; a continent for Christians In ambuscade, not lying In Idle-th- e ofthoaotil, both iuro and steadfast, n i ducing peao wbero thero was disquietude CfarlstUnUatlon of tho world. The hen, but waiting for a quick apilng. patleuco whero there was frotfulness and of Christ falllnf back from PUd. ' Ing until Just tb rlih'ttlmecomtil Vo fear. Tho worth of sa anchor to a sblf aAntjfallipiUck frgn;Ugs tit, Jaoquai, ' &91talk toamanauttbtvattlty of bfglni to appear when the. advsria wladi wcym u& Wll fj m wide-open d, n -prayer-meetingd. piuve- Inioj te d cl.rt-.ui- er the vanity of the world on tho day when he has bought something at "fifteen" and Is compelled to sell It at "twelve.' Do not run a man's disposition tho wrong way. Do not take the Imperative mood when the subjunctive mood will do Just as well. Do not talk In perfcrvld style to n phlegmatic, nor try totlckloa torrid temperament with an Icicle. You can tnko any man for Christ If you know how to get nt him. Do nut send word to him that at ten o'clock you propose to open your bat terlea upon him, but como on him by a skillful, pcrjcvcrlng, God directed ambus cade. Lesson fho fourth: The Importance of taking good aim. There I Joshua, but how are those people In ambush upyonder to know when they nre to drop on the city, and how fire these men amund Joshua to know when theyaro to stop their flight and adrauce? There must bo somo signal a signal to atop tho one division and to start the other? Joshua, with a spear on which were ordinarily hung the colors of battle, points toward tho city. Hn stands in such a conspicuous jiosltlon, nnd there Is ao much of the morning light dripping from that spear-tlthat all around the horizon they seo It, It was as much as to say: "There Is the city. Take it. Tako It now. Holl down from the West. Hurgo up from tho North. It Is ours, the city of Al. God knows and we know-tha-t attack a great deal of Christian amounts to nothing simply because we do not take good aim. Nobody knows. And wo do not know ourselves, which point we want to take, when we ought to make up our minds what God will have us to do,and point our spear In that direction, and then hurl our body, mind, soul, time, eternity at that on target. In our pulpits, and pewa and .Bun day schools and we want to get n reputation for saying pretty things, and so we point our spear toward tho flowers; or wo want a reputation for saying sublime things, and we point our spear toward tho stars; or wo want to get a reputation for historical knowledge, and wo olnt our pnr toward the past; or we want to get a reputation for great liberality, o we swing our spear all around, and It strikes all points of the horizon, nnd you can make out of It whatever you please; while there Is tho old world, proud, rebellious and armed agnlnst all righteousness; and Instead of running any further away from Its pursuit, w o ought to turn around, plant our foot In the strength of tho eternal God, lift tho old crosi and point It In tho direction of tho world's conquest till the redeemed nf Artht mn'htnj op from one aide and the glorified of Heaven marching down from the other side, tho InH battlement of sin Is compelled to swing out the streamers of Kmanuel. Oh, Church of God, take aim and conquer. I have heard It said, "lookout for a man who has ono Idea; he Is Irresistible." I aay, "Look out for the man w ho has cms Idea, and that a determination for I believe God would strike me dead If I dared to point the apear In any other direction. Ob, for some of tho courHo flung age and enthusiasm of Joshua two armies from the tip of the spear. lMs sinful for us to rest, unless It Is to ;ct stronger muscle and fresher brain and purer heart for God's work. I feel on my head the hands of Christ In a new ordination Do you not feel the same omnipotent pressure? Thero Is a work for all of us. Oh, that we might stand up side by aide and point the spear toward the city! It ought t l taken. It w lit bo taken. Our c tie are drifting oft toward loofo religion, or w hnt i called "libornl Christianity" w hlch Is so lllteral that it give up ntl the cardinal doctrines of thotilbte, so liberal that it surrenders the rectitude of the Throne of the Almighty. That Is liberality with a vengeance. Let us decide uiou which we, as Christian men, have to do, and In the strength of God, to go to work and do It. s, ." 1 nmolMnff "tw1fet" and la going to sell It at "fifteen." Hut talk to htm about it SOME TARIFF HISTORY. The Inconsistent Coarse of the Opposition ob the High Protection Isatie, Tho Kopubllcan declaration of a high nnd increasing tariff tax rocalls tho fact that now for tho first time high protection is mndo thoKopubllcan shibboleth. Tho party sprang from the absorbing issuo of slavery, nnd its purpose was to withstand tho oxtonston of slavery into tho Territories, Tho platform of IS06 was dovotcd to this question. Tho platform of 1860, upon which tho pnrty camo Into power, waa also primarily and chlofly dovotod to tho various aspects of tho question of slavery, tho Union, tho righU of thoStatos, etc., nnd was composed of seventeen sections. Tho first section said: "Thatwhtla pesTldlng revenue for the sup- great office. If statesmen havo not alport ot the general Govsrnment by duties upon ways lcen chosen, tho candidates havo Imports, sound poller requires such n adjustment ot these Imposts as to encourage the de- generally been men of high ability, velopment of the Industrial Interests of the who could expound tho doctrines of whole country; and we commend the policy of tho party from tho stump with loree National exrhangea which secures to the working-man liberal wages, to agriculture remuaer and effect. It lias boon tho duty of to atlng prices, to mechanics and msqufaeturtrs candidates for tho an adequate reward for their aklll, labor and lead In the campaign in this way. Hut Xa the Nation eomtnitrclal prosenterprise, and never beforo huvo they been picked perity and Independence." In 1864 the platform was n war plat- out for their moro monoygottlng Mr. Morton thathohad been selected by the convention as lU candidate bo causo of his "eminent fitness," nnd there is no doubt that ho fully comes up to the Ingnlls standard. Ho has a bar'l" of his ovn, nnd, Instead of saying "Go on." ho can say t "Como on, boys," which was tho old farmer's rule fur gulling work out of his mon. The soldier who can lead !i ft bettor oRlcer than him who orders his men forward but lags behind himself. So that a blind man can seo Mr. Morton's eminent fltnoss" for his position. It Is tho first tlmo in tho history of parties that wealth has been considered tho prime qualification for this of th The other day Mr. Kstee, on behalf Republican Committee, notified DEMOCRATIC GROWTH. A Chert Showing th Progressive Chang; liy States Since tim. Mr. Samuel J. TUden, boforo hli SMALL SOUTHERN FEET. form, and said of tho ifnances that thn public faith must be kept Inviolate, and that for this pitrpoao "wo recommend economy nnd rigid responsibility in tbo public expenditures, nnd a vigorous and just system of taxation.1 In 1863 tho platform declared that "it is due to tho labor of tho Nation that taxation bhould bo equnllied and aa rapidly as tho National fuith will per mlt," nnd also "tho Government 'of tho United States should bo ndmlnU-toro- d with tho strictest economy.0 From 1856 to 18711 Ihe Kepubllenn platforms wero silent, upon what is now declared to bo tho supremo policy of tho party. In 1872 tho platform said: "The nnul revrnu, afUx paying furrf&t expenditures, pensions and the Interest on ttia public debt, should furnish a moderate balaora for the reduction of the principal, and that re enue, except so much as may be derived frern a tar. upon tobacco and liquors, should ho raised by duties upon Importations, the detstls of which should he so sdjutted as to aid In e curing remuneratlre wages to labor, and promote the Industries, prosperity and growth of the whole country." pocr. To such degradation has n groat party cotno through becoming the tool of monopolists nnd trusts. It will be a sorry day for American liberty whon wealth nlono is tho Tho mere avenue to public olllcc mention of it should bring n blush to every patriot's cheek. And yet oxers body knws that it was becauso of bU wealth that Morton was nominated. Onai'jo IkrxUU . nomluatlon lor tho Presidency, thnt tho country had lieoome Democratic and tlxed 1873 ni tho dato of tho change. Tho result In l87Gnnd slnco show tho accuracy of his calculations. Fourteen States havo given their electoral votes to :ho Democratic candidates in tho ohvtlons of 1876, 18S0 nnd 1881, nnd 17 havo boon Democrats in both 1880 and 1881. whilo in 1884 tho number of Democratic Stales had Increased to 20. Tho Democratic gain in Stntowlth resulting Republican losn lias boon steady slnco 1870. In thnt year 21 States won) counted f or Hayes as ugnlnst 17 for TUden; in 1880 It was n tie between Hancock and Garfield, 19 States voting for each; In 1881 Illnlnohiul only 18 States against 20 for Cleveland. Tito Stntet that havo voted tho Rewithout n publican National ticket break" slnco 1860, nto Illinois, Iowa, (Kansas slnco 1801), Mat no. Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, (Nebraska slnco 18t8. nnd Nevada slnco 18G1), Xow Hampshire, Ohio, Tenn. sylvanlit, Khodo Inland, Vermont nnd Wisconsin 12 without Kansas, Nebraska and Nevada, which havo boon Republican tn all National elections slnco their admission as States. Call fui!a ha boon Republican jim I860, except in 1880; and Oregon except In 18G8. glgninrant raeta llased on the Statistic or tli Shoe Trade. It ! a fact often noticed by travolors, nnd borne out by shoo trade statistic, thnt tho people of tho oxtromo South havo very small foot This Is particularly truo of natlvoToxans and Muxl-can?. A Gmm1 Tm pulse Don't balk your good Impulses, particular lv that ono which Incites you to abandon fruitless medication for dyspepsia, kidney trouble, fever and ague and ronatlpfttlou, nnd adopt Instead Hostotter's Htomach Hitters, which supplements the Important credential of a long and succcssfuleareer.wHh tho commendation of the medical profession. Oivo It a systematic trial. Tusns srn two things that a woman will always jump at a conclusion and a mouse, Tlwro U a gimd reason why thoso Vrtss. IlwUngtoti 11 peoplo should havo small foot. For Tnosfl Nuisances, Hhcomatlsta and the generations thoy havo been accustomed Gout, are rellovod by Glenn's Sulphur &p. to tho snddlo and havo used their foot UlirsUalrand Whisker Dyo.KXx so lltlo that they havo becomo characteristically small. Home girls aro maidens all forlorn, while Throughout tho maidens South men, women nnd children rldo others aro(TirvnWA. all for lawn tennis, lttttiunjh horseback, whllo tho peoplo of tho North walk. The feet of tho Southern people being by tiMuro small, thero is no necessity for them to unth their toes in tight shoes, and so raise abnormal humps and tninchos where lonuty demands an dyapf pile, the deblllUUd, whethnrtlMio outline, Quito naturally these The f er from eieeaa expo-tir- oturliItsof Itllntt ot limlt-- Urlukor jKMyto nro very proud of their pretty feet when thoy como to know how they ( eouipiire with other foot, and as a will And TuU I'lIU the most of this pride thoy lovo to wear rraiornllro ever oUVrctt the auatbrtim attractive footgear. To us of tho North, Invalid. the standard footwear of tho South has A vigorous body, pur blood, atronjr nn oild appearance. Wo want plain, soft, eomfortnblo shoos for our largo, iierTrtmidft rlifrrrul mind will rrault KOM tender feet, and any thing that give "" Tun's Pills i ce Malarial Regions. Try Them Fairly. i;vi:uYviii:un. M ! .I i NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Republicans will not ute for a eaajpatgn argument the tact thai under Democratic mai agement the public debt has been reduced during the past fi.til j;ar OTcr x:oo,cea,te. su Jat Glott,Ilarrlion General oredvote. That It making a bid for the col is nil right, but he can not win it by waving the bloody shirt. Tbo colored people have learned to prefer the red bandana. JUfo Glob. Ihave been a Republican tor years, but, like ex Mayor Low snd other, I Intend to support and vote for Grover Cleveland." says Kav. Stephen DelClns, of Ore en point, Long Island. Delaware (Florida oomtH forlfiye)t Georgia, Kentucky, (Koulslnnn counted for Hnyes), Maryland. Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, (South Carolina counted for Hayes), Tenncco, Texas, Virginia nnd Vet Virginia II, without lxmbdnna. Mor-M- a nnd South Carolina. New Jersey 1ms been Democratic slnco 1800, except in 1872. Now York voted for tho Democratic ticket In 1868, 1876 and Connecticut and Indiana woro 1884. Democratic In 1876 and US I; and Tho Nevada and California In Tho States which either wero or ho enmo Democratic In 1870, nnd huvo remained so, are Alnbnum, Arkanw Ths Kepubllcan ticket Is thus detgnatedt Orandion nnd 'Pedigree and Pocket But whatever tho declarations of the Barrel," Tippecanoe Hook,' Whlikv, too," and Tree platforms, the great Republican doAncestry and following chart uxhlblt tho progresDenle and the lUrrel. " :ittlnd lUln VtaUr. ctrine was by no means that of extreme sive changes by States since 1S72 : American labor should not strike am for tut It Ahcuid urgifcU agAlnit these days, protection. Garllcld said: roan and tc enter Into S k a protection which InmN to uttbnato party who want to have Chinamen a free trade. I am not for freo trade competition with thim. The man Is llsrrtion, HiMiRj rimss, and the party the Republican. which can only be achieved through a Ucajamln Harrison was nominated by the AtauuttOQ Gar- x r . 18. Money-llags.- "I reasonable protection." field paid: Again Rd MH iiwinaG f that a strtrg reaction Is setting tn against the prevailing tlariffl ratrs. ssitc is set a rue xc&Umii who shuts his eyes to the nets of the sltaatloa. lie Is not a faithful representative wfca merely Totes for the h'ghest rate proposed u order to show on the record that he voted for the highest figure, and therefore Is a sousd protectionist, lie Is the wisest msn who sees the tides and currents of public pinion, sst uses his bst efforts to protect the Industry cf the people against sadden eollspses and sudd a changra. Now If I do not misunderstand lie signs of the times, unless we do this ourselves, prudently and wisely, we shall before long M compelled to submit to a violent reduction, "The signs are unmistakable monopolists, if he Is elected the monopoHera are lists wUl controt his adnVnlttrttlon. two reasons among many why he won't be elected and oughtn't to be. Itsdiamtpolit & ffcrfL LWttir-L- J Xttoib..MMI KiTM.BBDl 51QT n Tieasv comfort Is hnndnmo $85 SOIID GOLD WATCH FREE! Somo 'Hits Is tho ruto. onouKh. MMM lraMl ttwVll Mill IrtWf young men of unsound mind nlll pinch BW l tfct ftv ( k, 4 HM M1 n. m feet til out of ehno to nltrnct 4t m: 4ri:ioY UM'HiH7nimiMif their some young ladys nttentlon, but this same young man's shoes will nverago Mrtff4rt.rrtrtiJ rIUtWttirotllfcwt4 S (kit w.wJ.tM th S MIMNII MrtntV 4m fMNMtf tt t io up for fjio if ho lives long enough. lfcM aMll. immpt MIN.MIMNMMMI tV WW M m Tor tho lew years that ho wears tight mi Miii(t iktk.nM f Uti. a4 tw Wf IW ! shoes, ho will havo to wear very bljr C. kMK Ml t plt,4 ttMpr- ii4, itoy tlf MW shoes n greU !wny years, and these ho WmIU mi Ui4 t T .HkflM fill, M Utaf WIMt,lrya notlcv rmiaMlMlMtrianf4 wont so plain that no n w ! tun w4 n MitnitHiMiiMMH tw BMwia t mmnr thorn, Rut tho mivn In tho South, with !im aai M U wwiinf rwMi IWMwt small, sluipely feet, wants such boots 4 IfU. 1KU "" wwrt.M 94 HWtl MHf ial or shoo a will attract attention, nnd hM,lMl.lMirf Wt mtrjtntMU .! tU Imh b mf humt4 tlMM kAii ka ' MwM(tlf(iii t ksJlka iLa I1I1 hoot, rigged out with bnudeomo spurs, and shine! dear up to tho red w !, f r t f rwra im ir. mni jmm hf iv. ri H fw fit sA,ni ! top, ghs him a plcturesiuo npcnr-un- c MftofiNNN,iiii, aasiaotit H4WM lit tiw ia Htnii trs h " -l Tho ladles nro equally proud of their sthi vma riria vfftMvfs feet, nnd nro particularly proud ot their No wonder they wbdtto high insteps. have their pretty foot noticed, and It U not ni nil strange thnt n iiitchy, loud ahrwi is what they like tn wnar. IV If our Northern ladle hod their fthnprty feet, they, too, would discard THE GREAT EKOLX8U REMEDY Tr MrtTfll mttvla41t?MllAle omolhlngtbat wmtfd i rVfUr mi the plain h' ftelvW attract attention. -- Shot ami leather i tusa . iBinr.vjo.s srt uuia. licriav, m 1mI-- I substantial fr"' ( ft !. m La XVa mum b- roqjjft-c- s fr i,JW. mm A made rudely and without discrimination, which will shock, if not shatter, all our protected poor-hous- e. well-know- n laboi-a-tory- Itu-tlo- mill-ston- 11 1 la my annual meage of &U I recommend the abolition of aJl exeUo taxes except those relating to distilled spirits. This recomjourney wiu aesth on mendation Is cow renewed. la case tbne sets outIt In Its precarious all let the the face. Dr taxes shall be abolUhed, tho revenue that vttl staring remain to the Government will. In my opinio a, battle btzla.lozUttU4If VirltrJrtil. labor will Indorse lb does not look as It not oaly suffice to meet Its reasonable ex pendltures, but will afford a surplus lirre plank la the Republican platform which says enough to permit such tariff reduction as rosy Mfe are uncompromisingly In favor of the Out of IV) seem to be advisable when the results of recent American system ot protection. revenus Uws and commercial treaties shall labor papers 1U favor Uric reform, which rosy have shown in what quarters these reduct.ooi be considered a fair Index of the sentiment on the tariff lssae. JfUira nt Hni. can te most Judiciously effected. men The not tn b f President Arthur had three Secre- Iectc4 laboringway bycf Indiana, axshirt fetich, to the bloody In aoy taries of tho Treasury Mr. Folgor, tb etupluytaanl of whlcti Id campaigns (uiim Mr. Grcsham nnd Mr. McCulloch. Harrison has been much given. They will ailc many bard qasitiona which he can cot They were all strict Republicans and B'm answer satisfactorily and before corn gather revenue reformers. In his annual re- laf time the Harrison balloon w.ll be punctured MtmphU Appwl to the pelnl of otter collapse. port for 1883, Mr. Folgcr said: Ua a "The ex sting duties upon raw materials get out wonder that the Republican party didn't an Injunction preventing the D moc ratwhich are to be used In manufacture should be flying the stars and removed. This can be doao la the laterest ef io administration from strlpea over the Government buildings throughour foreign tr&da." out the country on tne 4th of July. Bill Chan The modifications of tho tariff rec- dlr ought to have had the foresight to offer a ommended by tho Tariff Commission Jelnt rMOlutlon of that nature la the Senate. A great of 1883 President Arthur thought to be .tmrioji. opportunity has been lost. XatSrlU inadequate, nnd In calling attention to I would ment'on those articles which enter the fact thnt "our system of tax and Into manufactures ol alt sorts. All duty paid of tariff legislation is yielding a revenue upon such arUcles goes directly to the cost and manufactured here, which Is In cxcccft of tho present needs the articles when by the consumer. Thtie paid for malt be of tho Government," ho stated two duties not only come from the consumers at reasons in favor of lightening the tax: home, but act aa a protection to foreign manIn our own and distant markets. Thst the revenue may bo reduced ao aa no ufacturers Grand Annual Mfttagtof 187$. Angr t tx th pr1ei that protective The strongest reason yet produced by the duties may be retained without becoming bur- Republican papers for believing In Harrison's densome " elecUoo, Is given In the fact that people who All this was hound Republicanism go to the candidate's house are cutting up the ffnees around It and carrying them off for under the last Republican Administrasouvenirs tion, but it is substantially In accord era. If they or a chance, Borne of these visit would probably pregot with President Cleveland's message. If fer to take away the Harrlsonlan silver for UcrpiaUcs; i:c7l2:r:cs Ij 3a:!::r ta rCTt that meftn fico tiru, this ItupubH&a; that President nnd his Republican Secretar- elect there are enough of these enthusiasts to a President Chlco? GM ies were substantially freetraders. The original Republican doctrhto of lb68 Is THURMAN'S HONESTY. that of tho President's message. "Ills How the Old Roman lef alert Jay flould duo to tho labor of th Nation tba ntl Htff Hla Trf.Iy. taxation should be equalized and Ono of tho chief scte.of Judge Thur reduced as rapidly as the National man1 Senatorial career was tho securifaith will permit1' Tho statement of ng1 of the piuMiago of the Pacific Railo the Chicago 7W6wn?v when tho road Sinking Fund act. It will bo reappeared, ha not been yet suc- membered that tho effort of Gould and cessfully challenged. Huntington wero concentrated upon Tbe message Is simply the tariff redaction tho Senate. Stanley Matthews had plank of the Kepubllcaa party adopted In 16SI (Sould and Huntcxpanc3. It Js nothln; more or less than a char go of tho bill. textual aermon on that passage of the resolu- ington wero in Washington in person. tion which promises to reduce the surplus by Could had choacn to dismiss for a tlmo correcting the Inequalities of the tariff." his parliamentary agents," nnd had Tho Chicago Tribune, upon the adop- himself undertaken tho task of calling tion of the free whisky and tobacco personally on Senators nnd endeavorplatform of this year, said at once: ing to convince them by tho IngonloiM 'The Committee on ftesoluttons ought tore-po- and plausiblo argument of which ho an amendment striking out the plank in favor of free whisky and declaring Instead thst Is majttor to support tbo nmondmont tl Wx on liquor and tobacco shall be retained which would practically nullify tho to meet the lucre aslncxpenditu res of pensions and for the defrayment of service pom ions. Tuurtusrt bill. Tho agent of Gould and Huntingby Mm CorrecUoo ea be made and adopt convention In a few minutes. If the frlgbttd ton sat in tho mnrblo room of tho blunder Into which the convention was mlslH Senate, to which, under tho rules of Is not corrected. It will cost the Uapubtlcia party tens and possibly hundreds ot thousand that body, thoy could havo acccM only ot votes." by tho introduction of somo Senators. And again It says: Thoy wero confident of forty votes party leaders venture to go be fort "Can the Senator Thurraan the people with such a platform and hope that to defeat tho bill. the fearful blunder committed by the tramers expected to pass tho bill by midnight. of the platform will bo overlooked or excuied? Thero wero Indications of an atCertainly the Democrats will not Ignore It. If the blunder In the platform la not corrected tempt at fillbuatorlng by lb opM me-inmos-sagrt In his mo?ago of Arthur said: 1831 President The Republican party proposes la this esm patgn to blow Its coso on the stars and itrpes, and then pocket the Intuit to the flic The war la indeed over when A,OA0of cltlitns ran safely pat this affront on the flag of our union. 2lo4tOh Glob. The lise of the campaign msj b easily pre dicted. Tho American people are too Intel ligentsot to choose honest government, such as they have enjoyed for over three yeara, to labor and tho the representatives ef anti-tre- e barLM .IfMay Arjus. A prorerb old enough to bo that M there Is honor among thieves. If the assertion Is true II will have to be admitted that thieves hare ta that respect a material advantage over Ohio politician of the Republican Tartety. VUeago G'teb If we can not beat thu ticket, we can best none at all. Hut we can beat It. There Is In It raWKMUslUC t.i UUlffiiXLJLJl-JUJ.:"' BBmnn nnnnra wwwuuu mi..oaamciiaiisgDD rutej. 1fir httftlmnd unntiMl In juI lu-ngnln, b ,t sho would not consent Xorrutotcn lUraUL tttiatln. They MfdMlppl soinnn fell tntonmlll-dninnd when sho was nwmed a was entangled In her wtro a ten-prriifir AGENTS WANTED ! ( n, OMiUtvt brat ' lr ? arlhia ldl aii ikl wlhla saii.l Lmmmiiili f I MMMwlMMlMlNi.kMII. IS trtjrf M-ai Mlr- - ltitftUATotSltiU ArtivaMU. ii am hU.kf.,MW tta v,ClAclaait,U, Hutr a irroa rJHOMHMh4ntKif'fil tau ra wi am t for kwkfcwtfilfoa KaSTTiTOMaftacT, Kkw Ynnsi rrrr9 f January , imi 11 ?. I3W1. . I have Xvtn using buit'stTit's Pastor tho last ten vears. They aro u wonderful medicine There Is nothing equal to them Twin? ava lUcxMl Xuiiners and Uver IteguUtora, f Arrt:iiTii Mnn'TttMafji Hut I ih tn state how remarkably they 'cure rhejmiUsm, nnd how easily. I was - . KDS2 ' affected by rheumatism of tho Irg. My business iwholealo llsh dealer) naturally lends lin ta daUip ptatv. I n bd I could not walk, and at nhrht I sutTerrd fear I fully I tried IldsAms, HarsatarllUs and Ktiiin j all kinds cf tinctures, but they did mo no 1 a j Rood and I wfti &fraldvl uaing linssnnrTn's lEepfliblUa. tt&H&l nnally Iciuiinemd oyery ntpht for ten QDaaocrtilt two Tills. night , t'en I began to Improve. I con Unued takiD? them for forty days sod I Rot Whllo Tlldcn had n majority of 250. entirely ue'.i. Now, whenever sick, I Uko 003 over Hnyes on tho popular vote, UKAMintTU s riLLs. 1 Dey ncrer i all. J, N. lliksis. (inrfleld was elected over Hancock by u majority of only 7,000, nnd In l&ft Home men are fiddlers nnd others are Cleveland had a popular majority of performers on the violin; thn tam sort of 02,000 over Ulalne, Kven In tho strong distinct on Is to be found at every turn id life A.'rcAanf TYavtUr, Kepubllcan States thnt have not voted for tho Xnttonnl Democratic ticket In GEiTKHTMedeolnura, Cincinnati, eurw twcnty-clch- t years, tbo Republican !.uu,NrvaThrirttlWaara.Sndfur!jk. percentages of tho total voto havo deA ih' toh's report would properly como creased until In several cacs thoo nndrrtbahead of ths news of tho ok. State aro Republican only by n miTHE MARKETS. nority vote Aho decrease In the Ibv publlcnn voto as compared to tho total Cisctati Jttlyit l'l ftlH voto cast has been murked nnd con- LtVK 4 as (1 itA Vht .re butcher. tinuous for twelve years. Hopuhllcin IICKJH Onmmeo Ul 01 division on prohibition nnd on tho BIII.KI'-l'K'- pockrrs ix.l IS is i lorhotrn . tnrllT nnd tho decay of sectionalism I.AMlH-lo- ol 5 Sft A am to choice 3 3 0) U havo prepared tho wny for tho com- Kl.nt 3 red Tt plete disorganization of the party St I rrl 41 So. 1 mlied . which now scorns imminent. iS7, Louis ( Nil! mixed . .. M) It JUpublic '( I: -- No. x ian saiMi IIAs TnaeihrNa I in W O ' lt)llvX0-Metllu- nt SHERMAN'S CHARGES is in uini ! A Itrptibllcan Sea ml I at Mora Than str ft s v l.anl Prime Hteam Mffnltml IltTTKK-(l- c lalry .. ll'tft 11 IN a. tn tTiolco Creamery Senator Sherman evidently bollovos tf- iO I APPLKK- - Slime, irbM nev thnt tho money of u vernor Aljjer, ot lOTATOK-lx w ti 1 M tnl. Mlchliran, Is responsible for bis defeat NKW" YOUK. 3 O In tho struggle ut Chicago for tho Tresb m t UlUtN' -- Wheat No. 5 Chlcaira u to dentlal nomination. No ono can blame N.. xrrrt- 1 .BQBq WiM. Utvtr FaiL i rxinniiltaflfoi lutt- .nnrin .DODO nn tlflA 10 )4UU (or , iftati Maftrml b fa m4 vtfilac IUU nh ftralf a Utr c t nt aad ; their bel Ilea Im ' fMja mi. A f aaa aa4 vilt. Rbawa4,V. MMTH U. I' tnn JUIU1X('U tats J 111 tr4, imtHiftaMM q Miittopqaa fan ffWTrnfHUi iath(J AGENTS "f Yr4 tta i arm Harr a S' k Kirrt tair-atm tJ i. 1 iVuiliii. 1DD3 wut)Wiiai.;;ff,P,,) vr-.- CCj3 PlSirtsfJAUCiT pcwsions.- Uwiif. a-- to-i- t va4rartaiMawak OETTOtOADAY, Ramidesnorthf I.M W aiuMatu.,s7, a j aa mt traaAMiiimmi m im m WrJ TtoM4aM.niaMaarTrllm nHla i xa-- a S IDEAL 4i SSS JfriWMta.kipiMiMalhtNnta sam UnWIplrHM. l a eaf aTavrtah tf&AA (m ftti-- tr. statin laitJ for fWn4 tor MTlMtW TCVAC I ain';'IMM-,MK,'- A4JfffaCHIllf.r.V.t,MIKTI.ll,tUa.Ta. CIQUClnOhWvCI.Mh.OooJ tr f s fats .'I , ftr atu rLl lau tkftm aM r- - &erirUcn CINCINNATI EXP0SITI0OIRECT0RY. kas$i TJ O.I (IHAIN-Whtat-- frfonnnf rtpri$mi imtMiir No i.n (.,-- - . $tOmuU lttt.ttf4ytomtlttfrv'tlt prtcts ixan biti? jn3tfinKrp-iit4t- , ' '.JL i rtftitUmtt, tKt latti 7'f trrf tt rv W J Ul rjr rr Vr H1IR fifinn UUUalda K. Artist MATEniALs7;rf.."vw II. IllllTllV, ITI naanritU.nsilnUrltH nn. I rarhrn i;a n. sia w. IUrStn tl litrlniiNll. - mrpinp Cbvia loriritnlb-mottdeiiffm:- cx-G- .tiaiira Irsiuta Mfe co RTICTfe tt rS U air BdrrtaOartanail. rar M. rm. KIS01SV. O. rrUn-Ptateao1Wr- trrn hint fcr this bo'.Iof. 'I'horo aro many who shnro It with htm. Tho Ohio Senator said to a corro- Spondtttil lim tfttioi well-nig- before adjournment, every Do moc ratio profession this fall will carry banners stigmatizing the Kepubllcan party as a free whisky organ) xatlon, committed to the doctrine of cheap mm and dear sugar, is stone-pluoa- y mid-da- Wood-lettin- Mr. McCulloch, Secretary of the Treasury under two Republican administrations, Is an old Henry Clay Whig, and understands Mr. Clay's American doctrino as well as any living man. Hut Mr. McCulloch commended tho Prcsl dcnt'H recommendations as judicious. Had they been froe trudo propositions Mr. McCulloch could not havo approved them. Thoy aro not made such by the declaration of tho Chicago platform, nor will thoy becomo such because of tho porforvld rhetoric of tho campaign. JIarpcr'i Wttkly (.). thros-year-o- ld five-doll- wait-Chur- MM SfeAll'eilJfallUlei felt M MORTON'S BARREL. Why the New York Hanker Waa Tfomb mini by the Jtepubllcans Senator Ingalls, in proffering bin ad. vlco to tho ilel?gutori attending tho Chicago convention, laid It down as Imperative that the can Hduto nhould bo "some fellow llko Phelps, of Now Jei'Hoy, who could reach tho conservutlvo force of the Kast and gut contributions from tho manufacturers and Wall itroct." And thereupon tht vohventloa nominal! 1 nmendments ponents Mr. Thurman had been offered. waa soon to havo upon his desk a roll-caof tho Senate Ho roso and said that ho understood that tho opponents of his bill woro confident of victory; that he had, In fact, then upon of tho Sonuto with his desk a roll-catho names checked upon it of tho Senators who, ho was well advised, wero reliod upon by tho agents of Gould and Huntington to voto nay. There was Intonso intcrott In tho chamber. Mr. Thurman did not read that roll-ca- ll or tell whnro ho got It Ho simply said that as tho voting on tho amendments proceeded ho should watch it with great inloreat to soo how well It tallied with tho Hut with which ho had boon fiirilshcd. There certainly was consternation In tho ranks of tho lobby, Tho voting began. Tho forty pro ml sod vctostipon that tally sheet dwindled to eighteen. Thurman put Tho bill was passed. into hlspockot. his mystorlous roll-caGould took tho train for Now York and, It Is suld, has never boon In Washington slnco. Tho Thurman bill went to tho Ilouso, defied tho combinations of the railroad lobby, and wai passed and ll ll ll many Sir, Na reo. .. manner in which thoso Southern votes CiKAIN-Whsi N t beaso Hprlsj wero obtained for Algor was patent to A 46 . i rn No. I and Hhf r I'ianoa. Vti. lral aad lUlatL Ot tw ( .... Milw-- Ma cTPmcBT & CONS. Nal nil who nttended tho convention." Ho POhl ' 3I is ra 45:?i in w a .! w...w flarlaftttf. Ohln A n ii its lU nlso spoko of tho handler of tho fund nt l.AIi-me131 W. 4th St JJAlnMOKK. Chicago" meaning Alger's fund nnd un 'en' ' 3 firt A rV KI.Ol then dismissed tho subject with tho re- CIIUIN Wheat, No.9 VA KV A EDUCATIONAL (rn-Mls- M w4A M'i mark: "I havo no doubt thut Alger got A 41 r ed somo votes In tho South that wero not .... OttlC-as in U gin pr pi IU tVr circular adl ll.ltnolb.tblcts-ttMO MO U 111 f .str.Ohlraff. rallTrrm A 3M --. bought," I.AItil Itennrd qtisllly.- .- .... J n A4IU Hero Is a pretty scandal In tho Re- CATri.K-Fl- rit ....T73 A soi IKM.S HutropHtftr llallMl 4'llaj, Ofvaland.O. 'ft. raula. General Alger's INOIANArOLIS. publican camp. aJtlrtftiW.T MIIXKR.M UH t Suparlur Sir l. d A AiN"Wheat--N.arebuy Senator Shermillions can not A ( MAKY'N SII.l.r.OI KV. (MarUo To tvoaaraarsutnttual BlTahtacralnilDifibalttk man's silence so long as ho Is satisfied tt (ill actuation. 1 hurntitfh aiudira and esrvlltbl jm- I.OUIHVUJ.! thut tho Michigan lumber king or his KV. II. i'hSliS)Va t. Unry'a fly. OStt) -- . 3T5 No. I ngents purchased Southorn votes in UUAIN U 70 nn MutHl,, is SI leuuor UioChicugo convention. iho .irn )m.M(4iitl... ttiniwH ...... ADrntTisriTs ruuiu tviiK.'V w totlae of tho Wolvorlno Republicans will POlllC-M- ess ..... A4vrtlaaa4 la fAas UW Ii aiata UaS 9 Mar havo to koop out of politics hereafter l.AKJ) Htm,.MsrM. or olso ho will hnvu to provo his Innon cence of tho Implied chargo which Senator Sherman brings ugnlnst him. Cnn ho do It? Michigan Is u doubtful State. Gen eral Alger's supporters declared In Chicago that their candidate mint head TO MAKE tho Republican ticket In ordor to tbo Fualonlsts. General Algcr'ri rsSSBoropi money failed to securo for htm tho plpF iroii ahic coveted honor, nnd Instead camo BRAND" SODA dangerously near ruining him ns npoN n Itlclan. With tholr leader defeated In v AND TAKE NO OTHER. tho convention und branded with a disgraceful Implication by Senator Shor-mntho situation In Michigan looks rathor gloomy for tho Republicans. KI-O- j. "I IhlUn I In I.AHU Writcro Httam. (MIK'AtJO. I (Hi- lOIk-Nc- w i . - Vrt 7 mtfvul . Al . reMara. Tt . VVvaAMslH tut kJjmj rliLuna riMMon, lmi'lA lMi,t4W rourthPirrr. MATCDUIC it.l Mlird. Meaa . .. ii s n A u o A J';i i M fiLOTKilriu. Fechhalmer Dros. Hanaiariorrn nnC ftrnahtKy WltAitM w mSkl Th inttn-Tnnai- i wiw ncimii. rr 4 lUta nwat rowriftvm & Co. nif wttoitatia Cipha: iSr(tf. Sons, vi ai winter SM eal P lAUflCf StEloway i & am t. PIANOS. . oas-Mtx- Mrs tii it Oits-Ml- sed Whcat--Narc- d nl ui-m- do-fe- at A DELICIOUS BISCUIT voun ouocisn T'' rDWIGHFS "COW n, Chicago News, ,m - The Issue In a Nut Shell. Tho Christian Union is ono of tho fairest, ns woll 111 0110 of tbo most Influential, religious papers In tho country. In it nrtIcloit has placed beforo its readers, and thoy number many thousands, tho untng onlstlo propositions of tho Democratic and Republican platforms. It puts it In thU wy: Tax on tobacco CINCINNATI ft A JPLTg OCT. 27ffi: Atoliih UJbSusbf Tt on raw materials. Hitnln Taion necessaries. .Hetuln Tax on luxuries. .. ,IteUln Object l Us, Protection Taxonalcohol "I Modify UeUll Abollib ItcUuoo He tain CEHTEHHIBL EXPOSITIOH VOHIO VRLLEY GRAND JUBILEE Kxpenuituros Uvi r aorkm fey two-thir-ds tho right M3.Oticarjo IkraUl . m ii Kvsa tfcs to Mirrl yoU.SyractM (N, Yt) sob 'Aad revlied sditiou Is oppossd tsrsn It ths Lord saiets Bsswla m No iuoio candid statement than this can bo made. Ho conscientious man can consider It without Ixdlevlng In hi huurt thut tho Dcmocratlu party I1114 Liberal Hot onus Kconomlcsl csksratkg the Sattlemsnt of the Horthwestern Territory. rtSffC' .romnuH. rasB!BflRaffni .rfUfttaVlS. fXSXxv UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. ttOM .rrTfttRSa ftHMlfvrm 1 X6URlflN ALLomtr u 11 lfHsTt JMMflMlfialatttttfattaia - ftawt ,ai ifi'Km m 4fr0mXU.