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PUILISHED EVERY FRIDAY 4f ESTABLISH ACTED Tho Oldest Nowspnpor In "Western Kentucky. r d FINE JOB MINTING EXECUTED With t T-- Tl ' r. i nv GEORGE Office-Jack- son WARREN, door to City Ilnll XZloluiiAU, ICyf 8trcet,nit GEOHGE WAnniSN9 Editor. THE HICKMAN COURIE II)lm ( Ilt-a" Ntatnns and MspaUh. ENVELOPES, - SALE BILLS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC,, ETC. i Frlco of SulistTiiilioii, CURRENT TOPICS. Ak In London. $1.50. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, lfRIDAY. AUGUST lol888. iNFinMAnY VOL. change pttiu change I thousAfieY': I0. 44, Call dxi.dk 800 t Urn. LIKE A MAJ) 1)621 nonnon. MFTIETJI C0K0KKSS. IHE COMMONWCALTM. ORTHODOXY. llmly of m raiiter float In a flio movement has sot In Ilrst Hesston. fur "ilerkt, And thn rnfurlnnato A Brooklyn Uorso Solzod With Wasiiimotoh, July 91 SenatkTIio linnatetor thn Instltntlon DrlnW iimrv Faelllo funding bill was reported. A billUnion Bumur marrlnges are null and void In was Hydrophobia. from. Feunsylvanla. reported providing that tie surplus from the Vax Wfht, O., Aug. A. On tho Iftth of Oilo CenUnnlsl Eipoiitlonmay be uted for the Bimday marriage will not legnlly hold Consternation In an i:iilne Hottrrj In Fcnniylvanla, June a Itusitan nametl Carl Norncasskla, Impositions at Augusta, (Is-- , slid Illchtnond, Abut by a INillceumii-Wl- isl rt an Inmate of tho Van Nert County In Va. A resolution was agreed to providing for A Lawhc majority of the heroines of erlnarlant May. flrmAry, was miming. His whereabouts the appointment of t SenMorlat committee to novels are blonde. wrro not known until yeilerday, when his report upon the common ltd reUt ons of Cunsda A Naw York sign reads. "Women NrwYonic, Aug. 0, Them was An exwas found boating In a well at that and the United Hutcs. Tho sundry civil hill treated foi ugliness," citing scene at tho ttables of the Kmlth Institution. This well it uted by pauper wftstsknnupt sn ainendnr'nt proposing to In Iff Flttshurgh buttermilk saloons nre doTrucking Company, at Canton street and for all purKies. A fenco separating corporate an appropriation for publlo butldinxs ing a flourishing business. was rejectCit The direct rerunning hill was Fark Avenue, jlrooklyu, this morning. A the males and females over tho offered at an amendment, Us ruled out on a ww mothers In Tennessee hut TiiKHKAro hnity sunjmons had been sent to the fllcrrs center of It, and there are pa"es two pumps, one rolnt of order at general legislation Pereral wlio imi not rend or writ. of tho Hoolety for the Fmrention uf Cruon each side of tha fence. From theo srrendmrnts wrro agreed to, and at&.dOthe Im lt Vancouver, II ., Im I I.VK) In- - elty to Animals, and In roiponio to It Ofpumps the water supply Is obtained. It Is Renate sdurned. ficer Ulover hurrM to the stablo, Ms clnlmrd, however, that the superintendent HouK Mr. !)NIh)i etponda moro tlmn Jlft.WO.OW found that a frautto borsa was bavimx draws water from another well. The water elected Hpcslter McMlllca, In of Tennessee,of was Mr tho absence protein every year In tnrlng for Hip poor. every thing lu own way. Thfanlmal uied by the aupcrs was discolored and Csrllsle A request for o day forlahor bills was Iris estimated that nUmt AQ.tr'JO people plunged, reareit and kicked, kecplirgu tho gave nn offensive smell. This led yefdr-ds- y ant granted. A conference report on the Ointha sUblVinen At a rejectful distance, and Inwas rejectod. Abillwss hsre gone to Kuropethis mi minor. morning to ah Investigation. Two publlo building -. .. -- Tim. U.J.. coming specially furious when WfcWi U loose plank were removed and a horrible passes! providing for the withdrawal of ttrUln Iowa and Mine1'! rsllroad lands Tle gn It had beonMVrnoy ilffhtum t'MVmJi.lft'l. VtftAtlni-- ' nn llift tnti cif eral rieflctency hill was WM ettoo and ibo army J Wis tte,Ur,was the doc a) Ing form Iiroprtstion bill taken up. Fcodtog a ditrus y tho His held on a iucm?RtiandM)'n or intfrnisslnman. Coroner Klrkpatrick sion on a motion to producing fitfK In Tulare County, Cal. In tho Hawlry ran off Iwhavlng Itself In a fAihitn was not!f1eI, And proceolod Choi kua U making fearful havocamong ordinance amendment, tho Houte at 5 p. in. ad which plainly showed that It was mat. to hold an Innuest. Wheu this officer ar- Journeii Kuropean residmbi of Hum Kong. Ihe JAM is nUmt to establish a syitom of Veterinary Burgeon lleiisliaw dressed Us rived At tho woll a WAiriiKOToy, Aug, I -- Sehatr. Tho female pauwound nlid bad tho horso placed In a tirprlt coAftt tlrft-iuAt a colof 4I.OJ0. of Agriculture llll wst rciwrtcdbacW. per was pumping for her department a Yetterday afternoon the rflK't jf psll of water. Mr. Krorts reported a Joint resolution frnm the toi. This was allowed Committee on Foreign Relations In regard to It I rUlinwl thnt VAnhiti2tn Territory thoblto lognn to make themolves appar- to It done was when tetsctt In Iia italntHt 'JO.W) ti ImmlicrAtloti tti At ent Tho horse snapped At very tiling known thnt the lody was In tho well the sefrnrn of certain vcro patsetl,Vencrula In Inclutllng lfTI. A numbcrof blllt within reach, bitinjj thn woolwork l'n and tho water was not fit for ) far. public buildings at Jackson, Mich., and for Turn Are t(7 men elicnRetl In collecting forco enough to break two of Its fruit The coroner was Indignant, And road the Wllkesbnrrr-- Fa Alvi tho House bill to ex AiHlileMverliiK mall mtter In New York teeth, WJicn Ofllcer Olover apiearel uk n riot acl A loug ladder was placed In the tend for Ihe yars tho provisions of tho act to the scenn be was a trifle dlcrcet lu I i well, on which a namler of men stood, provide for the muster and piy of ctrialn oftl Cily. It roat tho Knipemrof AiutriA J'0,fKJrt moveintntt. He finally climbed on lop t tnd, with tho atflttanoo of thoio above ccrs and eilltcd men. Tho sundry civil bill ami waited for a who pulled at a rope tied around tho body, was pasted. Tlio minority report on tho Jack lo entertnin the CWof KtiU tbroa an adjoining chance to shoot tho Iiydrophuhla-itrick"- a (lA)t. they brought to tho platform the corpse. son (Mlt.) elettion was presorted, and atSn. Ik Our il'AIene, LUho, they hiv a bruin In a vital spot. In the meantime tbi More than six Weeks In tho water had m. the Senate ailjourncd. Honsr. The army appropriation bill was horso was emitting sounds very much rr isused all tho hair to fall from the hoad, o mi lotlty In thtt Iiao of A With and the whiskers In many spots had come ronttderrd, and the motion to non concur In the teiuhllnR thn Iwirk of a dog, rohln. Hswley forlihcatlont was adoploX A motion (llULim-were crawling In eery di- by Bijre, of Tuas, to Inttruct the confercs, I)io.rtf a rIiI vlollnUtt new I tho AftsiMAnt of Ave mm he In I nit Mag-yoten jrart, li the iiiu1caI irnnntlon lo Iwen lasoei so that the officer's ImUai rection. They w era on tho body, on tha wf lrlriiit until 3 p. nx, wh"n the House ad a comparatively eay one. A laillet went Iumpitock and on the curbing. lUly. Jourocd, the point of order being made against crmhlng through Hi brain, and after stas bijrc t motion. At Attnntlo City puper hn ah gerlng about the utall for n few eeeonds h -- Sit.ATK. A tele t WASiiiNrrrox, Aug. for a iliwif Anl ilumh houin TRADED WIVCa dropHvl dead. Half a desert local comiruttec was sp;ioluted to inquired Into tho kepr. commercial relations between the United surgront Attrmbled nt tho stablet A niTrn In th3.NVrt Yik ,Vmm flRnna fisheries' treaty was Ut night nud held a comultatlon. Thev One of the parties fHitafUfled mid Wants States and Canada. Thevoto of twenty four lo thnt a nntloiiAl (aihJuiIkii coU nlniut ?), to Hreaktha Contract. taken tip by a parly uuanimouly agreed that It wa tho lint riuTTAXOoai, Ts.t.f., Aug. o, U'llllaro twenlr two. In opiosltton to amotion to pro rato of eipiinn hydrophobia wlti a per Vanpatton A N YoriK ihtminAti Iiah rontrArtM reed to bill on the cnlen tnr. Mr Ibddlebcr and It. K. Hrooks, troth of Michfpr KVDcaU to be Riven AVAy n iitntltiee frctly luulncrnble( tatUfactory hlitun igan, located throo miles from Cleveland, ger opposed the treaty Mr. Teller oMalmd that had cvercomo to the suifacoInFrook After a Te nn., two yrars ago, bti) Ing farms In the the floor and the treaty wtnt over miVFtiIr. lyn, Tnr. Ohio ptrl wl refuml to mnrry a tame neighborhood. IMh were married oriel exrcutiie session, tho bcnaioat3p.ui sad hail two children. Thno weeks ago, ailjourncd ltuUn fitiMemtn U tho latoit nvitrit IN TUB WATKR. l!oir Mr Outhwslte made an effort to te hy thn agreement of all pArtles contMiMtlon. cure consideration ot the Senate Mil to ensble Murref-fH- t I trtr of m Yming A NcwnimYroItT inin who h cerned, tho men traded wives. Every thn u lUrlfiK mit excutlve dptrtmcnl to p'irtlcipal In Hie llrru In Sjtir it, oitiNnlt)ii' I. Up, murrlfvl tnetity-ll- r thing has moving on pleasantly and Col inn bus Imposition, tmt fRtNd Tlir arm )ivirt tint tiiovmj FAiikKiiHiit'ltn, VaM Aug. fl. Ihlrtr-olnsgreeahly since tho tratle until jrsterday, appropriation bill was taki n up, and the Senate timet. a numl'rrof mnall Iwiys were when Vanpatton vhlhnl Cleveland tooon-ul- t amendments lion conrurrcd In. Ihn clefiilcnff rixiH(!ArlottateiKfnirii of Mexico, n Mr In fiOil j.hyitcal braUh, but h- -r Hiiml U trying toswlm tho Ohio river.onnof Ihetn. bill was considered a lawyer lu reference to rescinding spproprmtlon nnined M(ji1'h,h llovey of tltiotz ytsr h fcrtn-ImfwtfMty flivnl. ctin and tradlnr Imici. Ytin nplv toof Indiana, !etn? rrcojrnlzrd, h mntle a Mr MattcntnT'cent inpensioulegisU ItALTIMOnE r) enMili wn taken with cramp whiu near tin lation'a wife is fo well pleaH with her expect to fhe to pnvtle a cah for erery fAiuIty middlo of tho rtvrr. His cries Attractol new huiltaiid that sho refuses to ndurn thn Mr cuitlitou, ct Miebtgnr, and Mr thn Attention of thn other los, all of to her former homo. Mrs, Hrooks Is also HiHkcry, of Nevada, followed. AUix m. tho In the United HUtrr them becAtn frightened except on, young sntltfled with Vanpatton, and cxprnstusa House adjourned. C4YonrKHVA Cox flRiir tip our WARiUNOTof. Aug S rNATr. The Honte VA Dolau, a youth of sixtcm,who aw am to wlltlngueis to rmaln w lib him. Tho only In tKMAtfU.noV'O'J, while Mr. AlLIn hit cominde's An)ltanc, an I bydUIng pnrty that bat klrked so far Is Vanpatton Wll ("fruM tothetiulf andto Chlcign Air IJnes on U It At M .V,in. Kail a) t'o'iituiny the rltfht ennttruct bridgf came up under the drowning lny.took him himself. The peoplo of Cleveland fe-ovi r nnvif able water eounet wns rexrted nnd OtKof thf iichr-- 1 njMiln Ku rntit, who on his Itack, and, notwitAalnnding hlt HJtrnPtil oer thn conduct of thoie partie, plered on the raVntar, Mr ('uUom offered a owiu block nfUr Mock of rwl Hr frantic grasp and ttiuggtei, ucc--l- l In and stilts will bo taken to havo them all rrsolatfnn Instructing the Interstate 0m on lei limn h V a ) eir. nlmming w.th him tnfel to th ihor-- t a armdtetl and prosccuteil to the fullest mr rce roanittteo to lurcstigstc the qnesthm Kouh or Mm of tohea-Nirlcra In tlm dUtnuee of aUmt threo iflnlerfir mo by (Unatlian rtuiroojU with the janU the Iaw. taiiting Chknffn hoteN aid woith, col ct'tninetrnl intrrcsls of the Urdtrnl States, At The f khio. wai tern by I tinlr-over hAlf i million. tir dtiite tho resolution was adopted The who fttoo-- l tn thn banks, unnblo (o render Slaughter ot Ihs lnno:enlt. A Chigaoo irnnun .innounmm tint the U 0 beilcs treaty was thrn consldercl until 'V any asklitauco. yrAM lt. It (Cie without nylu$ WAainxriTim, Aug. ft. In an article on p m., when the Sna'o adjourned until Uxrr Monony and at Ihni bour lf reciter. tho subject of dfetrted Infants, lhtthelt hoptety iinn. " Witt fcul WIckeJ. ( apitul sa) si ''Tho pullco rcctrd shows IKux. - The speaker laid Itefore tho House A OAX KLnciv IlAly In beltiR plinne to , FAriKKUsnumi. Va., Auff, O rannr xinH.t th AilrUtlff unit the MnlllcrA that during the ar ending Juno !OT, l(ivX alcttrrfrom tJoverner In of New Jrret A Ue, fi young fern aloof this cl(jr, fast i ninety-si- x tlio usine of tve deaiV Infants were picked up trtsciitltuz lu Cenrrci, nen, It will legtii At Fa no. Arrosteil yest-nliby Captn(n Mehen oh a I Slafe of NesTjencyTsutuel of "Klehanl .morkV iKjundaries of the city. Thesa I(omax whnt wilt ricllentenp rhiioof liurglariouily ent 'rtng and rob- wlthlu the not by Any means ineature tho tennnilhllMpKrarner,tolilarcHlfnhlntuiry IhUfcir; ryo far Alve the nvrrae, aiu! bing the residence of AudrcwHtephenton, figures do f!n in th fipitol. A resolution was alopted lite $ Inltl of oati an Iwirley Alr. TiKilftjr. August Si, for tho consider during tha abienco of Hit Uttor and fam-i- t number of infants murdered In Washington In tweho moutht. The tHdlcetarthat ton of a concurrent rendutlon acccpilDK the Cayaoa mid Nnv York HlAt liATe ciuaI v bon tho restien o of the Wlte womany aro diaibttess burll at night upon I iuhn and returning thanks to tho State ltHjUtlon, lf it while New York' ilbt l man was scan lied, f"Uit'ou drvispilternt open . jtrvv tMi.i.. I. XZ.IZ lots or lu I ack yardo, and, perhaps, 7"0,ijr) Crtnn.li'ii U mrr JMIOikj. and sovrrnl hundiel dollars' worth of the with, the renerol detufency Wll aw ay river moro in A rinmcuft' tnut hn Iku fortneil In tobri good wrro faitid. Tho carpitson thnutew ers sweeprejxirte to tho effort semiis w is ink oup an I iliscuse t until 1 p m. when ! Tin all thnt aro llu.ltoii County, N. J. It i.l-iim jk. thn floors ami almost every thing In to be made to investigate Umse murders. " i rrirsswns taken until RocUwk Afler prb tietiUwIlt huro bi p hungry for ntnli-cin- f the houn wa identified as stolen propvale ienton tabs had loen counhkrcd, tho erty. lht IVittfwomsu ImpIlcAtes other Huc o1joirnot until Mond iy Flavored Ice Cretin WHh Laudanum. AMttonov, Aug 0 SriATR TurnK Are 7,'VV) chlMren of ichoil parties, w bo have not ) et I eon nristisl. resrn'ct to theflesth of (Jncnl Slicrt-daAK- - In the Unite,! NUte who Aif Ih.t Altikiha, Fa., Aug, a. Mrs. Ketner flawcr' alop'eik A bill wns Introduced Tufierilh General Schofietd's Charge, vored throo quart of Ire rronm this morn leachfsl by th Influence of theHuniUy untltnr a pension of wmi n vear to Mrs kchftol. WAftiiinoTiiY, AK rt Thn Frnstdent lliR with laiidnnuru, not knowing the groshe rid in; a joint resolution was intra luecd by has dirtn4IeI Title Irutttrmllk ctnt It tnanlilnj; on richoflvM to cer had given her the poison yesterday for Illalr, of N"w lUmpihlre. for tho opening of vanilla extract by mistake, Tho family netollatfoi to tct lo dirTereucet between CharRi! with rnrUtnlo acM butter- - takn chnrgn of the military arrangements iuuk 11 Aitoui ai kiw hi .niutitu ana taurs for I ho funeral of tleuenil Khertdan. and ato heartily of the cream without any mis Great l!rttiln aid tho United States. Tlio to consult Mrs. Sheridan cheaper. wUhvs on the giving, although James Kvtner, thnfathsr, (1hrUs treaty xm oonsidered, nnd at 1J) subject. Ihts cotiTitrrma nd M a jMtvkns said that It tatted rathor bitter. After p m. nd)unit. Thkiik l a luorrment on foot In linger Hoiin New bills wrre order for (Icnernl rV'hofleld to comn to dinner tho daughter, Mattts was taken ti pntvt.U tho poor with flowpri1. lsltora the call of States. A nvlntlon tn respect to MasHnqtnn and take mmninrtd f th rlth convulsions, and tv Udy ThU li all xttry well, but how nUiut work army, and be will go to Nonqultt Instead. follow m. Neighbors discovered the situa- thednthp. of flit.rl Skcrtdaa Tra copied, Ami bread? ru the Ilnue inljuurncd. tion Just In time, and a stomach pump tnd all I'ATiilUK ArtA.t. of I'awlet, Vt, li eighty For a tfurdcr lt Did Not Commit aed their lives. All Aro seriously 111 TllKconuettlngrodof n I.ehlgh Valley Ha just ttvik hit first rltlc tun yrni-i.I.- l. Hri.KiA, )Iovt.( Aug. (I. In Hcptemtr, from tho narcotic poisoning on Ihiinm to goto Islt I1I1 oti at engine broke, nml ll Ing piece deuiolljiheil 17, tleorgn (lerler, of Mrouta ( otintv, Ihn cab and knocked a Imlo in tho liollpr. N. Y. was muidort!. Iiuicl Cntnnaugli wai I.ngineer Klijnh Mrwmev wns Indly InTyphoid la Ihe Fooi U W. I'KAla ThltAilelphlA man, who and sentenced to hi jured, lut ugluo nud prefertility jMnlim ulcpt Inn colllii, It conilcto.Iof tho crime,penltutiar MAHlKTTiti U., Aug. A, Frank II. Chamyears In the vented further damage. ilrn.l. Thedrjitb of hli tweet heart untet-tie- d Friday tlovernor Ieslie receded a letter berlain died this evnlnR of typhoid fever, At tb low a an 1 Wisconsin l!nal Mine, hit rmoon. Uf thotj whj partoekof ihecollogoalumnl from James dated l)re a, H , Oxk of th iccht lAnittitAUs for Farlli-mrdinner Juue 27, resident and ititors, two mitefi west of Albm, In., Mithael Dial, announcing that he hnd capfured lh murl naiiieil K'nAtchtmll-lIucrnemoro than twenty have been seriously III an obi niimi, killed hi son Dick with a derer of (leorgo Gcrlier. Tho mstltrwill with typhoid Tlili loik a If U ucuM eYrti A fever. l'hnmlcrlalu Is the shotgun. There was a family row. Iho lo linestlgated. cniwilj;n oet. third to die, following fleorge H, Hye end father claims Muv Fi.ynv hat filed suit against her Ax onion weighing nwenten iMmmU Frofionoli. Others are dangerously sick. InctndUrles Caught In the Acl. ban Jiitt lieen rnlted In ThamU, Arlx. Altimjna, Fa., Aug. (I KlrniTiout and Outside of this dinner company Marietta uncle, .Michael Flnn, n prominent farmer damages When thnrlTAl town think of It they feel Ilnb Kennedy, two notorious chnrncters, bns no typhoid fever. This fact Is a of Folk County, la., for 10,0 like thciMlng tram. startling one, and directs espeolal Inquiry for defnnintlou of character and gross Inwere arretted today for humanity, helping her guardian. to tho cause. rini.AiiM riiu hotel men calcuUte thy The city bat suffered much from mysteriIt Is dlseorcrod tint a young man Klvo nwny worth of ttntlonery a ous flres of late, and tho aUnt uanml g Desperadoes Caged. nimod Mdler, hangol nt Chirlottetown, F. filemla who ilon't were caught In the act. They wne firing j far to pay the hotels R tout. was KfoxviiMC, Tpfx., Aug. 3. For the H. 1., fur munleilng his sweothe-xrttho wholesale warehouse of lUu ttllcntU' Tiik unprecwlenleil number of Ifl.T.ttblllt pnt throo enis Iew Is and Wesley Oil- - innocent, lh rel criminal swora b sllfo Sons when capluied. . . have m far lNen Intro lucml In the Houo ami twenty years, away. lerU Aged twenty-fou- r Mil. Mmithy nmiouncpsthat this will thU acaaIoh, ajjalnit li,'.'0(J for thotwotei The Sea Serpent, of Hancock County, hao been fugitives tloim of tho lait OoiiRrrw. Frovipexck, H I., Aug. ft. Cnptaln l)e- - from Justice and avowed desperadoes. bo her last season on tho stago, HMHU I.UChKTTwns nrrested nt Wiikx tho rhllnlephln letter CArrleii lorj' and the crow of the sloop M y Iine, During that time they havo killed three Ark., charged with tho murder of his Urt out on their trip, tch man carrltc, from New London, saw the sra erjent men, ono of them being their brother, Felix (1. I.uckctt. Ho acknowlon thn rvr-- n. thirty- -' jMuimU, ard Haturday olT Fort Judith. The ifaturo HberlfT Hclllngaworth, ot Cnmptell Couu-tutx)Utthn tnmoon hit return, after a flerco strugglo, cuptured the edges tho killing, but claims wasatfout seventy fevt Iong,as I ;arniini They wvlv I.jnchlnir U feaud. Tiik Writern papers adrocata the as n tnrrel, with eyes as large n tho crown murderers At Jwlllco Jamkh FLU.NKrTT was accidentally fatal-- l of 'the oldfAhlond jrnn.i of a bat. And Its Jaws were lie fiet loug brought here and Jallod. m shot by his uncle, Frank tflammlus, at tncF) tiithor' tllpper" At n ifiitmly for tia and studded with h Meilden, C'u Anarchist Plonio. pnnvlnff evil of NiybandlW. Tiik Fanndlnn Goernmeut will not alSwHllr thi Stllello Glides , Til Crown Pi luce of Italy, It U nll, Ciiioaoo, Aug. 6. Tho plcnlo given by NKwrniiTf 1U I., Aug. 0, The fifvern will certainly marry a daughter of the the (Socialists and Annrchitts nt Bhefrleld, low Mormon settlers to practice polygamy In the Northwest. Comptf lo FatIr. Ho will mt't th l'rln. merit's latt marine purch-isntho Bt letto, Indwns attended by about tbreethousand Captain Wauinhi nnd crow, uf the ship mado a remarkably fait run up to test In Kiijland next October. people. The Affair was for the benefit of on Bntutday. Kim Is to bo usl for tho monument for the dead men, and for Don Leon, which foundered In thoSouth Hkvjami.v Haknuv linn emploil at eiiRlnrrr by lliu Krlo Company fortytflven Instructing sailors lr thn machlnen f tho relief of the widows and orphans FaclUe, bmoauhe! In y.in Fmncisco. CitAUi.Ks Hay, Mary Wales and John the ohlott actio fait steamers. Kho tnado at ono timo Quite a sum w as realised. jeart, and Ualdto alHjut eightoeu knots. Mnrtm were drowned whlto Hilling ralhoad enRlnur In Hut country, iv - nt Motor, la Tho two former were to A Han Khancmcan having committed Drowned In Three Feel of Water. German Rob)tr CapluroJ. Milil.lHon thrdfl set for liUiimrcinRv,tlio lUl.TtMoitt, Aug. A. Geo. Hi ohm, aged 1k nmriod noxt cek. Iho other was a A, On tho nirUaloftho ItoNim, Aug. Uiy. fatherof hinllamo has lirouht tiiit for thirty-livof Lancaster, Fa., was drownsteamer Hothlua V, H. Mnrslnl ed In Gko. L. Ffukink, treasurer of tho Nor'J.tKWARainiit tho ettnto of the dcceMted, three feet of water, this ovenlng, McHonald arrested Sella llruno, a prtM i'IaIiiiIiik that ho spent that sum luwod. while bathing near 8heppcrd's Grove, in wich and Worcester rut I road, was one for robbing tho Hamburg (Herman)) Anne Arundel County. hundietl years obi on tho lth,nud lias been dint; prepnrattont. e of 'i,0W on July ttk lu tho mill oad sei Ice for lift) )cars. Tiik rainy senson In India failed to ar- Trapper and Family Murdered. rhoou tlmo th)t)iart and then hat been Mlf Amy "You know oery in Iown It Ih unhealthy to put a drought Aud much sulTerlnjr, whilo thing. Mr. Smith. Wbut ioqh FonT Worth, Tx., Aug. Ik Two traptlrhotmar ono't head out of tho cur window, for thocnpsaro ttelluted to boserluuilydam wean?" Smith (attick) "Itebowunr pers encamped on tho IUd river, near If, by ho doing, tho head tdiould bo OKed. Tex., report tho killing of a trapjier kuooked off, lu ovvnor becomes guilty Tiik Intent lndmtry In Chlcnxo Is n Oh, yes, dcbt itdobt'; 'onmtlr.' oh, nevt named Myer, with his wlfo and two chiloh ne'er you mmi tho wholo tbinu dren, July id, while In camp on the Terriof a misdemeanor and can bo eont to "frockln factory,'1 w hero tho manufacturer" charges twenty-llvtory side of tho river Myer was from jail for thico month. cents to put a inoniiH; Novcr gut in rtobU1" Am) At least to Thanks, awfully.11 Kxlt Kmitli for a Michigan frecklaou the faoo of tho fair ibimtels who bvy tho Hoston Investigator, aro obliged to stay homo this hot weather dictionary. After reading it nails for Fatal Political Discussion.' Mrs. Jonas 'You won't ho Ilea F. H()WKilM who rohW tho Fat Cupo Town. Time, i . Hellevllle, Newahk, N J., Aug. IV-- At lonoHomo, dear, whll I am away, cliouo (N, Y.) Hank of $:ihX), was the tonight, during a fight growlngoutof n with no ono to play tho piano for 'You aro tharged,11 nabl Hid political discussion, Win, Harnett, a whlto bnnk't nttlttantcathliT, and handled large youP" Joiioi (n hruto) (), no, 1 quantltU1! of money each day, for which mnglhtrnlo to tho prisoner, "with has man, was fatally sttbbod by a negro tho bank paid him twdro dollars a woo'c, ingnowiisallllving." "Thoebai.o named WuT, Henry Harrison. CiiotM not; I undoriitand tho now hollo-whTiiKUKtt somottliiR cruel In thn fata of Is atroctotiH, and tho man who makouJ nerosa tho way U ubout to run tho Vermont timu nho spent stneral wekt A Miner's Fearful Fall. Ih unworthy of iepoct,M doolarvd tin day and nljjht." In n swamp looking fcr a mlnn of plumprUonor, his eyes blazing with rlgh'-cou- b UomiYBYiM.K, Kt., Aug. A. William A city young man, who, whlto bago, and who whlto so eugiiKO caught indignation. I do not deny thnt Hmltb, a miner at the Taylor coal mhies, riimmorlng a week In tho country, fell the lumbago, tvtvot, but two of them in Muhlenburg County, fell to tho bottom I havo had ll vo In lovo with a pretty dalry-malMil. How ditch, of ilotton, Is going to fit of a coal shaft, a distance of forty fwt, ftro tlcnd." Epoch, out an exjKMltlou U exploio scleutlllcally Ueaktug an arm mid receiving serious Inand wa ivjeeted, told hH m some of tho mined cltle In Yucatan, and For tho bonclU of thtwo who abhor ternal Injurlos, which, It Is thought, wilt friends when ho returned homutlmt ho He was standing on a plank got only ono "milk bhnko" whllo lu pui pones putting at tho head of It Frof. F. prlntor'a Ink an u prinio factor to the pnmifutul. V. Futnnm, of Harvard University. broke, hulling him down head wu away. Norrfrtown lulvancomont of thtdr ItitorcHta, wo w ill wheu it IhrM. foremost. John Hoi.it, ifhidiiiR In Uedmnu, 111., It HUvto that Sampson (tho etrong pat t) ) Ono would think nothing In husU tho owner of a horio that Is twenty hands School Building Flrod by Lightning. man to adortio. Ho nos could high, v elghs V00 pound", and Is saM to bo wiih tho Anthony, Kax.. Aug. ft, During a c firm, aud bo moro linn than an Iron tho largest hone In tho world. It Is Ave took two Holld M)lumns to demouHtrato jot many of thorn la tho thunder-ttoim- , tho city school buildyears old, never w as e.(T itoll'i farm, nsver hi strength, and wivurul thousand ing was struck hy lightning and complete Woat uro going for amtilgnmntvd Usn U An and has nerer bttq peoplo tumbled to bin schema. Ho )y destroyed. ccales to bruco up on. Vi 0 rtwiy Lois about M0.W". Far I toot brought down thuhouju, CtUe tlftllyltttttridt J...t.s. Imme-liatol- half-witte- d bot-stA- 1 hog-wA- lo fr tiox-tta- ll mm-nhlt- fi'lrer-tUeme- veUr-Inar- lw-- rt Venter-ilay.whil- o ii d cUt, l Imn-ln-- l di-J- d tkt) & y Hrt-fn- lnn y 1 olrr itiiK-nsc- Itetolu-tior.sl- j. Majdr-detier- New-Yor- IntM-luc- Cani-brblii- tity nt Hetil, lt ivrl ttior . 0-- letter-writin- step-fajhe- r. to-d- a. six-Inc- , Fnni-ilouc- o e poit-olllc- Den-ito- o 1 -- t Ur-rlrl- ht jy0, TAB pot.otI1ce nt GlendorA, Hoyd County, has bra aliolUhH. Tho Pellclon for AH to Llvo and A Imi locn established at Juno, 1'jdaikl County, and At Falotkn, JefBio By. ferson County, and M. Warren and (1, AV. Uwlng cortimUstoned postmasters respectively. Take the Old fllMe In lis Kntlrety and Not In Farla Advanced Thinkers lllu Tim Jbonice at Glendon, Hoyd County, ter tho Cause of the World's will N discontinued from August IX UatUrment TatuiHge's HxNftYFiNwicK, was roblwl of a gold Sermon. watciiby s tramn whom bo bad lust clven a dollfr "lib which to buy something to fnt Tntmage, D.D., preached Wf IJOOTH died at Islington, onBev. T. DeWltt Chautatupia, K. Y. His Bnnday at from 9i e effects of lead poisoning, o to n tract' painting buggies with cheap sermon, which was delivered and Intelli!mKslng In numbera pa lot following text, In Ar Uflmoor a cuttlntr nfTrnv dmk idaca gence, woe from the vl., lor "Ask for the nook of Jeremiah, ietwrcn ivm. II. Hlnugliter And Will tho old paths, where Is the good way, which Carver was cut In tho and WAlk therein, nd ye shall find rest left,ldt-b- y fatally for your souls," and Answered the rroes-tichis opKment and tcru''0'ltfilaughter was arretted and MI orthodoxy stale and unreasou- RvJsfceUTor-his- ' apiw?atucatclrj culsourt Cause of tho trouble not A great fmdon fog has come uownuOst inowa. some of the ministers ami sonio of tho Mrsfl Laitua CiU'l.L, an Inmate of the churches In tho shape of what Is called lnsr.no asylum at Anchorage, literally 'advonced thought" In HIblical Interpreholhd herself to death on th 2d. Ono of them, and without Any extho patients of th femalo ward In some tation. All nf ception, dmy the full Inspiration of the mar ner opened a faucet tn the Ilible. Genesis Is an allegory, nnd there batbro)m and Allowed the tub to M filled. In the Ilible, nnd they Mrs Crull entered tho room, And, seeing are many myths guess And reason and the tub filled with water, threw off her philosophise and land In a great conti clothes and jumped In. Mho was cooled to volute until ther I fear, for nit death before assistance arrived. Sho knew nent of mud, from which, be able to extricate the water w as Iwillng hot, so It Is believed eternity, they will not themielves. th entered the tub with suicidal Intent. The Ilible Is not only divinely Inspired, JACOn Jontsof, a brnkeman on the Cinprotected In Its present cinnati Houthern railroad, wns run over b; but It ts divinely easily without dethe cars at Danville, and seriously Injured. shape. You could as tection, take from the writings of Bhak-speThr National Democratic Comniltt-eha- s "Hamlet," and substitute In place adopted as a campaign banner an 1 badge, drama, as at the Hag bandana patented by Captain thereof Alexander Smith's fifteen hundred John M. Jones, of Farts, this Htate. It ts any time during the latt any Impora typical bandana wltti tho stars and yenrs a man could have made o tant change In the Bible without str stampe.t th center and In each detection. If there had been an elecorner. . deception, or of ErJ. MiLf.n, the noted gunsmith of ment of weakness, or of; long ago Horrodtburg, who was mado a prisoner by dlslntefrratlon, the Hook would bad been John Hronn At Harper's Kerry, has been havo fallen to pieces. If there tti.cken with paratysl; and his life is one looe brick or cracxea cnsrinrn despaired of, owing lo bis advanced age, this castellated truth, surely the bombardment of eight centuries would have disthrough thnt ImperThe Annual reunion of tho First Ken covered and broken the Hlblo stands w III be fection. The fact that tii"ky "Orphan Hrlgade," C. 8. A., Intact, notwithstanding all the furious SO, At Frankfort, 8epternl)er hdd the on all sides upon it, Is proof to mo twenty-fift- h anniversary of thelattloof Is a miracle, and orery miracle Is of Confed-- e thnt It Caickamauga. 8ildiers of other ato commands and Fcdenls aroinvite'l Hod. soys some one, "while we admit by the committee to attend. Is of Owl, It has not been underA rrw miles below Livingston, on Hock the Ilible stood, until our time." My answer Is, that Castle river, tho dead body of John Frew-lIf Ihe Ilible b a letter from Hod, our Fawas found nt the foot of a tree by tho Ills child, Is It not strange water's side. It appears that Frowltt had ther, to man, should have boon written In that the letter (limited tho tree with his gun for tho such a way that It should allow seventy shooting llih, aud losing his pats away and bo hurled fell, bis gun discharging, Tho ball generations to could be understood? That entered his bowel, and ho died Iiutantly. before thenletter bright father w ho should vi oirld Thf following Kentucky irastmasters w rite ale very tho guidance and Intelliletter for Appointed; John F Hader, Hire gence of his chl'dren, not understandable JnckHon County, vico Hi ins Fenning-toyears after they were resigned. John K. Hamilton, Flat until a thousand Whllo ns the yenrs and (sp, Johnson County, ice AIoiuo Hoi- - buried otherforgotten? nud excellencies will beauties brook, deceised. John W, A. Caughey, roll on unfold from the Scriptures, that the Hlblo d Welch's Crerk, Hutler Couny, vico In such a dead failure that nil the Chrlsttun Kmbry, resigned. eighteen hundred years were JamKA O. JoicvKOt, the friend scholars for regard to vast reaches of Its ot Henry Clay, and executor under his deceived In mennlng Is a deniAnd upon my credulity will died at Lexington, aged eighty-fou- r so gTeat thnt If I found myself nt all years to yield to It I should mortally if KuA.tUKf. Jamm shot-anapply At some Insane asylum ns wounaeii his brother during a quarrel at morninggo alone. unfit to Han ford. Who make up this precious group of A has lcen established at thinkers to whom God has made Drtnnon Springs, Henry County, with esprlal revelation In our time of that Jas. U D.tvls, ns jostmaster. which He tried to make known thnuands e Tnr name of tho nt tifnu ago and failed to mnlo bU..lgl Lime Works, Greenup County, has been of 3ears ble? Are ther o dleliiiKUhhcl to "n" changed to Ltmeville. worldllne, piety and scholarship that It D J. Knowden I lostmaster at Drown-villIs to bo expected thnt they would have Madiauii County, In plac of M.J. Wen choirn to fix nn the defective work Hyll, removed. of Moses and Isslah and Faul and Christ? Ilourlion County has The wheat crop In Islt nt nil possible? I wonder on what turned out Ietter than it wacxpectod,and mountain these modern exegetes were will be tho lest for several transfigured? I wonder what star polntod the com t Pp teas us. The farmers hive no cause for down to their birthplace? Was it the complaint this ear. North star, or the Kvenlng star, or the probaTnr other night William Strong, Dipper? As they came through nnd debly a tramp, laid down under a freight car scended to our world did Mars blush or Houthern yards, at LexIn the Cinciniiitl Faturn lose one of Its rings? When I find ington, and went to sleep, Knrly next these modern wiseacres attempting to Im- ng thonrd hands motedthecarnnd nrojwsMitvon the work of tho Almighty nnd morn BtiiMig was H'Tly muliUtiil. There are totnlfrUrd It with their wisdom and to Iioh-f his reco?., hunver. auggeat prophetic nnd npnstoIta errata I A a result of !m a! option, which was am filled with a insufferable. Advot I n and carried In Morehead some vanced thought, which proposes to tell Ihe time no, the saloons, whUh numbered Ijord what He ought to have said thou sIx,lao rlosetl, and what Ihmor is now sands of years ages nnd would have said drank there Is brought hi jugs and kegs If He hail been as wise as His nineteenth from Islington, ML Hterltug and Ashcentury critics! All this comes of living land The lawlslelug rigidly enforced away back In tho eternities Instead of 1RW. throughout the entire county, although have two wonders In regara totnese theieare ono or two whisky cases to be men. Tho first Is how the Lord got along The tried nt the next term of court. without tnem Iwfiu.. they tre-- c bw ATHtMXKU lu the blue.gittmi region of second wonder Is bow tho Lord will get Kciitu kv, declares that the purest blondes along without them after they are dead. nbouu there. "Hnt'sav some, "do you really lliinv yenr, tho Bcriptnres Aro Inspired throughout?" KniMC Gibhs ftfid thirty-thre- e engage In cutting tlmlier In Casey CounYes, otther as hUtory or guidance. Gibty, was caught under a falling tree, late bon, and Josephus nnd Frescott record In tho other evening, and Instantly killed. their histories a great many things they Hlsb ! was crushed beyond recognition. did not approve of. When Oeorgo Tiik wlfo of Foliceiuari John Heard, of puts upon his brilliant historical page Kiel 'iiwllo, became men Lilly deranged the account of nn Indian massacre, noes a feu da) s ago and was tried on the 31st, he approve of that maacre? There are and a .judged Insane. Mho Is n middle scores of things In the Hlblo which neither agcd,ctImnblo woman, who has been sitEither Ood nor Inspired men sanctioned ting up with and caring for the sick for as history or ns guidance the entire Hlble week, tthu lcatts her hutband with nine wne Inspired of God. small children. Her Insanity partakes of "Hut," says some one, "don't you think religious frensy. Hho was taken to tho that the copyltts might have mwU urns asylum nt Lexington. mistakes In tramferring the divine word A court h of country sW" In Daviess from one manuscript to another?" Yes, County took clubs and thrashed a young no doubt iUv mistakes; but rrcr fellow who had dono something they did they no more Affect the meaning of the not like, more completely than be had ever Rcrlptures than the mUtpelllngof a word lwi before. or tho ungramatlcal structure of a senence An outrngo was perpettnted nt Ctcero, a In a last will and testament affect the vallittlo village six miles from Versailles, the idity or the meaning of thnt will. All the "thcriilghL Captain Henry nud others, mistakes made by the copyists In the of Versailles, wero delivering temperance Bcilplures do not amount to any more ImU'ctuios lu Clifton chaiel, nnd wlillo the portance than tho difference between your (I was In the building (row some person or spelling In a document the word forty, (iirtons went around to tho vehicles hitch-c- l forty or fourty. This look Is the last w 111 on tho outside nud smeared them both nnd testament of God to onr lost world, In do and out with sticky coal tnr. A svid It lqueaths every thing In the right numlier of baudsouiH turnouts were badly way, nlthought human bands may have injured, nnd n great ninny suits and damaged tho grammar or made unjustifidresses wero totally ruined. No clew can able Interpolation. lo had of the perpetrators. Those men who prble themselves In our ALkXAxnrn Hlackwjcll, a prominent ! day on being advanced thinkers In nihil-c. ,...1 ... engngeu i Interpretation, will, all of them, end uiizvn or cosier uouniy, wiiue tn thrashing wheat, hnd a tllfllculty wth a In atheism, If they live long enough, And I voting coloreil man named John thoy are doing more d eel aro hero who suddenly drew a pistol nnd In the different denominations of Chrisihot Hlackwell, killing him Instantly. tians, and throughout the world for Last fall tho board of education of Farts damaging Christianity and hindering the ity school engaged Frof. Adams, of Crit cause of tb,o world's betterment than five tenden, Marlon County, to takechnrgo as thousand Hobert Ingersolls could da That principal of tho school, and after about umu who stancU lusldo a castle Is far more three months they annulled their contract dungsrous It he Is an enemy than five "tuihlm. Frof. Adami has notlllod Ihe thousand enemies outsldo the cattle. Utard, through counsel, that he will nt Hobert O. Ingersoll aasalls the caMte from once Mo suit for .0W for their allegod the outolde. Thesa men who pretend to bo advanced thinkers In all tho denomlna-tlonsar- e violation of contract. A fighting the truth fiom the Inside, has Ummi establlshiMl at Mdney, Audnrson County, and K. II. Hlce and trying to ihovo back the bolts and swing open the gates. commissioned postmaster. Now, I Am In favor of the greatest freeNiCAn Hardstown, tho other day, lien Duncan, colored, wan killed In a light with dom of religious thought and discussion. a negro vvomau, whoso name cannot lo I would havo as much liberty for heteroIf J should change doxy as fororthodoxy. learned. Hhe attacked htm with a nml he defended himself with a my theories o religion I should pteach shot-guHhe seized tho barrel of the gun, them out and out, but not In the building and tn tho struggle for )ossets!ou the load where I am accustomed to preach, for that wasiliHtbarged, taking effect In Duncan's wa erected by people who lduve In the entire Bible, and It would bo dishonest for had. different mo to promulgate sentiments II.Clay Coi.kvav, a resident of Louisville, wns adjudged a Iimntlo from thoitf for which that building whs When we enter nay denominathe other morning and snt to tho Lunntto put up. of lelig.on wo take a Asylum. He was once a newtpaper man tion tf m'nlfdei solemn vow that wo will teach tbs itntl U't editor and SAI fvrtYelrht sniraptrl UttwuU of that dtn9tn.lrn.lom It wt roftT-ornri- e there ar neadeiBh 1 I mr pmisJm reme of police I lean he headquarfe one of the In tyrapAfc time elo Jvtcould I con-vht- le audi-enc- force was i $ flow, IffrV Christians, do, that i of that wo have a right to and tho palace, And other men 1 denied re Is a world several their choice of sin And eternal degradatcircumference, and ion? Falace and FenlUntlnrrl The sils and hundreds of first of no uis unless you hare the here we can ventilate last Brooklyn nnd New York would lw belter plncrs to live In with lTt all our cities, In tire? I lay mond streei J.I tnd th5 T"d there are the Hepub- - and Ming Ming, and All the small pox hot-pltana me Dotnocratlc emptied on them, than Heaven I should go Into would be If there wero no hell, palace and i pretending to be penitentiary I If I see a man with a full r work, at the earuo bowl of sin, and he thirsts for It, nnd hht rtrui opposite party. whole nature craven It, and he taket hold the centrifugal with both hands and prettes that bowl to Its sweetness down bis throat, shall we snatch away tho bowl and Jerk the man up to the gate of Heaven, And push htm lu If be doei not want to go and sit down and ting psalms forever? No. Ood has made m turn si I, declare for the you and me completely free that w need ftotts discussion, t not go to Heaven unless we prefer It. Not s attempt tfeajtr a more free to soar than to sink. NoArly All the heterodox people I know neinteclesvi with believe All Are coming out at the same dee- irfdi character out-and-out J shall proch broken Mat perjurer. largest HI would no monument! i the cenirlpctnlt a neftomlnotlon of ri oath, as wo alt ulfiAte the theories and then the man r theory, he has si lilsleeth, and the draught begins to pour his lips, and then presses ll bard between hot-wat- ar rs Iraroe-dlat- 1 terenty-elghtjear- s. "P-iit,- it pur-Ioebal-su- Ann-vitl- c, Wll-for- life-lon- roT-OrriC- post-oinc- t, tlgut 1 1 Han-cro- ft th I .... al Yar-troug- y roHT-orrjc- butch-ei-knlf- n ton. Largest llbortf (ortfeeblyMflrget liberty for toe mind, largesttHbcWforthe There they are, all In glory together! sou i. v Thomas Fayn and George Whltefleld, Now, I want to show you, as a matr of Jet 11 and Mary Lyon, Nero end ChArles advocacy for what I believe to bethe WWey, Charles Uultenu And James A. right, the splendors of orthodoxy. Garfield, John Wtlkes Hooth and Abraham Many havo supposed that Its dlsclplei Lincoln all In glory together AH the are peoplo of flat skulls, and no reading. VJnnocent men, women and children who and behind tbeage.nnd the victims of massacred, side by side with their llbltlty. t shall show you that the word nnrderers. If we are All coming out at orthodoxy standi for the greatest splen- tht'nomo destiny, without regard to chardors outside of Heaven. Heboid the splen- acter, ben It Is true. I turn away from dors of Its achievements. All the niltslon-art- e such a debauched Heaven. Against that of tho florpel the world round are chaldron of piety and blasphemy, philanmen who believe In an entire Ilible. Call thropy and assassination, self sacrifice the roll of all the missionaries who are to- and beastliness, I place two destinies of the day enduring iscrlflces In the ends of the Bible fortrer and forever and forever earth for the cause of religion and the apart. world's betterment, and thoy nil lelicve In Those who deny the Bible, or deny any an entire Dible. Jnst as soon as a mission- part of It, nevr die well. They either go ary begins to doubt whether there ever out tn darkness or they go out In silence was a Garden of Eden, or whether there ts portentious. You may gather up all the any such thing as future punishment, he biographies that hare come forth since the comes right home from Bey rout or Madras art of printing was Invented, and 1 chaland goes into the Insurance business! AH lenge you to show me a triumphant death the missionary societies this day are off- of a man who rejected the Bcrlptures, or icered by orthodox men, and are supported rejected any part ot them. Here I make a great wide avenue. On the on I put the by orthodox churches. of tboto who believed In an enOrthodoxy, I eglnntng with the Sand- death-bed- s wich Islands, has captured vast regions of tire Bible. On the other side of that aveof those who rebarbarism fcr civilization, whllo hetero- nue 1 put the death-bed- s doxy has to capture the first squnro inch, jected part of the Bible, or rejected my Now, take niatant for many years In Great Britain all of the Bible. and tb United States, nnd strutting about arm and let us pats through this dividing with a pencocklan braggadocio, It has yet avenue. Look off upon the right side. on the right side to captuie tho first continent, tho first Hero nre thn death-bed- s Htate, the first township, tho first ward, of this avenue. "Victory through our tho first space of ground ns big as you Lord Jesus Christ!" "Free grace!" "Glocould cover w Ith the small end of a sharp ry, glory!" "I am sweeping through the pin. Ninety-nin- e out of every hundred of gates wnihed In the blood of the Lambl" tho 1'rotcttant churches of America wero "Tho chariots are coming!" "I mount, I lotllt by people who believed In nn entire fly!" 'V -- g wl i!" "Theyarccrn-In- g Hlblo. Tho pulpit now may preach some for mel" Feace, he still!" Alfred Illchard Cecil's other gospel, lut It Is o heterodox gun on Cookman's death-beCommodore Foote's death-benn ortholox carriage, Tho foundations of death-beyour mother's nil the churches that ore of very greatuse vour father's death-beyour In this world laid bv men who death bed your sister's death-beTen thousand radiant, hetlcvcd the Bible from ltd to lid, nnd if I child's death-beof those who believed can not take It In that way I will not take songful death-bed- s It at nil just as if I received a Mler that an entire Bible. Now, takemy ermond let us go thmugh pretended to come from a friend, and iSrt of It wns his and part somebody elso's, that avenue, and look off upon the other nnd It wns a sort of literary meogrellsm, side. No smile of hope. No shout of triI would thrWlhc'garbled sheets Into the umph. No face supernaturally Illuminated. Those who reject any part of the Bible never die welt. No beckoning for angels No church Of very great Influence but was bill Sf'W" those who believed In an to come. No listening for the celestial esentire Bible. Neither will a church Inst cort. Without any exception they go out long iMiilt on a part of the Bible. You of the world because they nre pushed out, have noticed, I suppose, that as soon ns a while on the other hand the list of those man logins to give up the Bible he Is apt who believed In an entire Bible and gone out of tho world In triumph Is a list so long to preach In some hall, nud he has an iii he dies it seems Interminable. Oh. Is not that a hr llvn, and tho church d' If I thought that my Hplendld Influence, this orthodoxy, which church In Brookhn was lullt on a quarter makes that which must otherwise he the most dreadful hour of life the last hour of n Bible, or half a Bible, or of a Bible, or ninety-nin- e one hundredths positively paradisaical? men, Young men, old men, middle-ngeof n Bible, I would expect It to die; but w hen I know It Is built on the entire Word take sides in this contest between orthoof Ood, I know It will Inst two hundred doxy and heterodox'. "Ak for the old j ears after you and I sleep the last paths walk therein, nnd ye shall And rest for your souls." But you follow this crusleep. Oh, the splendors of nnortholoxy, which with ten thousand hands anil ten sade against Any part of the Bible first of thousand pulpits and ten thousand all you will give up Genesis, which Is at Christian churches. Is trying to savo the truo as Matthow; then you will give up world I all tho historical parts of the Bible; then In Music Hall, Boiton, for mnnv veam after a while you will gtvo up the mirastood Theodore Tarker IvittMngorthodoxy, cles; then you wilt find It convenient to giving It, as some supposed nt that time. give up the Ten Commandments; mil Its deith-wonnAfter a while you will wake uplnafoun-tAltiles- , He was the most fascinating man I ever beard or ever expect to rockiest, trrrles desert swept c hear, and I cann out fmm hearing blm overlaatlng sirocco, Jf you nre laughed at, thinking. In my lioihood wayt "Well, you can afford to be laughed at for standthat's tho death of tho church." On ing b' the Bible Just as Ood hnsgivert ft tl that same street, and not far from Mng you and mlracu ously preserved It. opposite, stood Fark CongregMlniinl Do not Jump overboard from the stanch orthoChurch, called bv.tt enem'es "HVlflre old Oreat Eastern of Corner." Theodore Farker died nnd hit doxy until there Is something ready tt rhurch died with Mint or. If It Is In erlst-ene- toko you up stronger than the fantistla It Is no small von can net ee It with yawl which has painted on the side, "Adthe naked eye, Fark Congregational vanced Thought," and which leaks at tht Church still stands on 'IMlflr Corner," prow and leaks at the stern, and has a thundering aWa) the mipnlfleent truths of jvn for one oar nnd a glib tongue for this glorious orthodoxy Just ns though the other oar, And now tipi over this WAy Theodore Farker had never llv ed. All that and then tip over that way, until you do Boston, or Brooklyn, or Now York, or tho not know whether tho passengers will world ever got that It worth having came land In the breakers of dlapttr or on the through the wide aqueduct of orthodoxy sinking sand of Infidelity an 1 atheism. from the throne of Hoi I am in full s mpnthy with the advance-ment- s Behold tho splennrs of rhiraeter built of our time, but this world wtll up by orthodox-- . Who hnd the greatest never advance a single Inch beyond this human Intellect the world ever knew? old Bible. Ood was just as capable of Faul, In physical stature Insignificant, dictating the truth to Ihe prophets and In mind, head and shoulders nlovo all the apostles as Ho Is capable of dictating the giants of the ae. Orthodox from scalp to truth to tho modrn apostles and heel. "Who was the grcitet poet the agos prophets Ood hat not learned any thing ever sarr, AknilFdto lo o both by lu a thousand ycir. He knew Just ai g Infidels And Chrlstlsnt? John Milton, much when He gavo the first dictation ts more without eyc than any body else He does how, giving tho last dlctAtton, tf ever saw with eyes. Orthodox from scalp He Is giving any dictation at all. So I to hevi. Whs rrf ths greatest reformer n 111 stick to the old paths. Naturally a to old, I the world ever tceu?o acknowledged by skeptic and pi fft .!.. nevr Martin never no much as Infidols as well si by Christians. felt the truth of Luther. Orthodox from scalp to heel. tho entire Bible, especially as I see Into O man, Then look sttho certitudes what pectacuttr lmhltlty must rush Bible, where did ou when thoy try to chop up the .Scriptures innnentiro come from? Anwer: "I descended from with the meat-nxof their own preferences n perfect portntage In Faradlse, nnd now calling uiwn phllotapay, now calling my nostrils tho breath on the Church, now calling on Go I, now lrfattllttto of life. I am s ton of Ood." O man, be- calling on the devil. I prefer the thick, Bible, believing warm robe of the old religion old as Go I lieving in a ttlfand-hal- f tn a Bible is M,ots where did you como the rolw which has kept so many warm from? Antvrrri "It Is all uncertain; In amid tho cold pllgrlmigo of this life nnd Ancestinllin awAy back there was an amid tho chills of death my The old robe orangoutaiiitsnd a tadpole and a rather than tho thin, uncertain game ofand It took millions of years to get fered us by these wiseacfes who believe me evoluted." Oman, believing In a Bi- the Bible lu spots. ble In spots shere are you going to when you quit tb! world? Answer! "Going Into a grtat to be, so on Into the great Tm Aiders end Comforters. somewhere, sad then I shall pass through Thero aro people In the world who seem nud I shall to carry sunshine with them and to radlato on to the great probably srrlvo In the great nowhere." it on all arouud them. It Is a pleasant In trouble That Is where I thought you would fetch thing to moet them when ono Is smiles go up. Oman believing In an entire Bible, cr perplexity. Tholr cheering hopeful words tho and Mlevlng with all your heart, where right to Ming heart, their out of disaster, And the the aro you going to when you leave this take which weighed upon the spirits beworld? Aniwsn "I am going to my Fath- fore they brought their reasoning counsel er's houe; I m BOtng Into the companto bear upon Its cause, is lightened by tholr ionship of my loved ones who have gone earnest sympathy. Blessed Is the man who before, 1 am going to leave all my slits, can cull one of these comforters his friend; and Isinsoing to be with God and llko thrice blessed ho whohas such a one for a Ood forever and ever." Oh, the glorious wlfo. How nhe beautifies hlsihnmo! How certltudetcf orthodoxy the light of berbrave love shines against Behold th splradqrs of orthodoxy In lt the cloud of mlsfortuno when they darken Announcenwat ofMwo destinies, Falnce around him, spanning them a a-- wit h pro tr s bows and pro figuring a happier future And Fenltentlary. Falnce with gate on No tightly constituted all sides through which alt may enter and behind tho gloom. a helpmeet osu ever live on celestial luxuries woild without tnun who has such stares him In the face despair, for If ruin end, and all for the knocking and the askInto her courageous eyes, as ing. A pslsce grander than If all the ho will lookover the Ogre's shoulder, ind sho peeps Alhamhrat and tlio Versailles aud the take heart to wrestle with him X F. Ld- Windsor Cattle and the Wluttr Gaidens and ths imperial nltodea of all the earth were heal "P '"to one archlWctuia' Tilts great cheat And delusion set before glory At th other end of the universe a a mply this tradition, FenlletitiaiT wheie men who want t ts ia every gouor.itlon It it any thing like real, subttau. sin can hre them. Would It be fair that tint there lu ilu -t- ii. Chap nJ vcu aud 2 iMld hava uur rbolce of Christ l.al plsaiurc 1 wnste-lwsket- -- .. 3"i J y "! three-fourt- d 3tj see-In- to-d- tb's o polv-wo- g, any-wher- e, bur-de- n 1 f 1 WHMWW.'lll tlMMkiiiMMkMWki THE HICKMAN' COURIER. HICKMAN, I'llMAY, v ICY., :iicprcriitnlim which In canceled. AUGUST 10, 1888.J -- llilim! te&lb Mel. common foirnw MioulU corrected. It amir tlmt "the elmirnmiishlp or tho War umiiih Committee, had been tcmlejeu to .. - j ii.tiiiiu iiiiii rouiseu ny oyjor priiuc....., Iks . Tho Itunlircll Star publlRliOB a iMinitiiuiiicntlmi In its issue oi .mhj LMth. full nf nttoi.i.ritttMltntiOU8. IT, UL.N.W A DC All DliK, li'nmi iimmiiu town-fTim tnoRl liiinorlniit visitor nt The Kepublleun tmrty Is dUltUc tho Nutioiml Democratic lieuil quarters In New York jcstonhiy guitinjr riipiilly. The infamous Hntform tlcclnr wanMiiyorl, M. Ventin of Onunl ItnpltlR, Mich. Ho Is Clmlriimn of. Iir In fuvor of tho iloutrino of the Michigan Democratic State "luxation for subfitily only" fB .. vhwhiiuu ul lurid' Committee, iiml know n tiling or tlilvtnjj out i ii ii ii iiiiii i mi.ti. i ' iin .1... r..u... inform i.miitn,,..a ii mil H,. imi. mi iiii'n. aiiiiini tiii.ii.ii.aiin fpft, inn " MU'IIIIJAX WANKS i ",,,:" Fulton Comity Hciuocrut-iClub. chair. 1 v The Club met in regular hcbsIoii with I'lenidcnt It. T. Tyler in the lutual 2 Life i i . niililh-iii- i -- 15 t ft U ,6 "i?!?,!! 'phi' cs o . tl' nccBsn. c" of r" S a of St. Louis, nutl I.I. reason Ti K.0!1 J Popular oiio in Mid.Ipm. Tl.o Jearl,.s ,, ..m.ly with which ho ,m. ,, (1f GROWER CLEVELAND, over since bo Vn J, u, beg u to realize tho start- ', " il for thU rliiirm iJsVf.in ViI W MulitJ Wrnol that It vo.tn Mtohlga.. lx ",Ve In vote, Ih the J o"i ml" k no w oen t o ii "U -""'"". l" .r,0t! ,l,1 ? for work, ntid I.elno Intiinatrly nc ., , ii nil iiiiii u ." """''I ' nunm-r-1.!" i in ouruown u in uibin FOTl nr Policirn Nourorroltntitc nnpr lluco jenm, ami nil iiImIimh imlil coimniis thiN ing the tniiuitous doings of the niiiiiiitoil wliii ill- - ...imrnt andM'OUernl inrin lax ns It Uovh to run iiiiMMliutfly on receipt of proufs of ilruth. moriiliiK. the entire Slato Oovernment. Commit-watchful service Republican party for the past ALLAN G. THURMAN, tea tho iiroviouH on tins elected "The farmer remembers tho war! early every German Kepubli trteat-fonbgrMoii. eaiH, prior lo 1881. A- paper in town is now snii... !. iA.!. hi !n,. c,.t fiiitil .Mr. Ueston. "w icn.vau tin He appealed to the '.Yurkhrgmcuj I : Au. .. A p bushel, and! porting Cleveland and Thitrtuaii. to vote tho Democratic ticket, and ihMiiorratlc ,wheat wns M.'J5 per ,. '" fnet , tho 11,1,1.1 , .... ... u n f Ai.im.i nun ..!!..... I. .. Tu.ha ,n " tiiviuvimuim . ......I. closed with a glowing tribute to ' . rtuil niemliers mitmrimtK' liilllf Ctl OUl l,u I'Hi JllBl BCVUll UUMICIH IIIIU IIIC ' Vcnio or wuroii when ho bad to buy n the Uppiuilumii iiiiikBiu .Mitslilpiu ruoK LMSHAnuAV, or Illinois,. Slo-for 'tl0 ..i Illinois aends daily leportH of C'Ie eland and Thurmun, the standelaimsnn inenliou b, nhiuli tebj li8 ir(5X0,la cxncrionccnud labo- - $15.75 suit of clothes. Now,witb t& For Aire Kjm, Hepuhlicans who uro nuiKinj: ard, bearers of Democracy. eprnpbio messajres may he wlrloiiB acnlco wheat oii thia ('ommltloc. twenty-on- ut 75 cents, he has to put thcir.srlvcs At thn closn of Mr, ThnntaV and received without the nid of n iTho fiutjier tnMX ft. mflll a tuade under thu Imhuur ot busiicls Into it to ret skilled operator, the message be- - u. with bis .alorioua mes speech the Club tendered him a tho same, or a verv little i....i IMV Llllli; lllllllllllll'll iim kllllk vote of thanks, and again invited to? For Neuralf ami Klicitui.ilWm, ns their platform. intr received nutomnncaliv in a eletk of tho Committee from Lex suit, lie crets iiiiuiibitivc. nml fac'Simito of the huutlwritiug of IiiRtou, The revolt of tho laboring men him to addi ess them ut some COWGILI3 WZASSL OIL. lluds the old war tax of 07 per thus negiecttvf some of time. rpnis BtiiooL wiij, unnpKV AFG 27TII. IH, lVJKU TIIK CAKE OF the sender. his supporters and utinds of this cent, still standing on woolen! of Indiana ncaiust Harrison h The committee on arrangements trsT Tor Pil. -- hi t ... ALLK.Y TI.a I Miss ,v f. liHiuar mn MISS II W. .1. Stom:, Cousresn- - Dlstiict. Tho truth It tho chief goods, which Is mainly responsi- - simply astonishing in Its propnr-bl- requested the Corresponding SecOArr. -- III iv cliarcrtl from rnlt"ae thviltd Itn iinnriVM of Itn wrf U tnHi. Fui-lI i COWQILL'S PIL3 0I1ITUENT. for tho big bole made in bis 'lions, while tho Herman Hepubli-whea- retary to finite. Dlstiict Klector illsijnjority vote f man from the Fiiat Ivehturky clerk Is elected by a arUr i ultlrn ryMp in mlMlo ami i t ml of quirtt-nl prrfrf re.l hi milium I also fltitl that sltico rnna of this Statu aio deserting bin. No dc uclUn for htuf, currt Uv triet, has writien a eaid to hlscoii.iof tho C!nminittio. iti present nrmhniftil. VrU-- n rcllws: Smith, of Mnjtlchl, to address the sT Kr Tetter am! Ilinwcrm, ,v urn iiiiuiircii. r tnonui rruiiTT i ijtmntr j;j ihi, Llt ii nut a untSi,. I.Iu t iit nui.li Kfi tf r V . ti.ia lHloil niij ..I- - nt I mrV flOW. i tho war, when everything that Ib " " nun uiirii ' ft' Club at Ha next regular meeting, COWGILL'3 TETPER PlllHVlMnj ftii.Mj iito .f in w 7 6U, f.erraoiiih:.Hl ) r.pnrlcr, Tho insolent railroad lawyers, L'L'ihI OINTUENT. fMMH'ibii.Cntn demanded in Washington till UonRiou hut one since the lemoerats' to be sold has declined 50 to 200 itist., and all Democrats me AJv rfl CUMi,(ltlraUiirMtNit.eeiiircf IligUr .Malhemiile and ikuu uu an u uiu ueceni earnestly requested to bo present CcjT For ami L'resHndlonms.and. aubmitl uir ha had contra- of thn Howe, and on ler cent.,1.1. nil tuui is consumed i $IU 00, r mouth $1.00 ) tr tjuarier Wurni', . . . .. " ' 1.. nanus tome people. v one mere; account oi nicru luiupeuence in !..... uuiu up in upproxiuoueiy Republicans in the Chicago con and extend to him a good, old .. l "Pnoonuio ....... At.. CowgilFs Pleasant Wcna Syrtp ir uoUiing pariieulurly obnoxious' the Committee him. j war prloefi by a ruinous tariff tax, vetitlou, and tho audacious I'lU't Vl""ci , In a man's taking legitimate steps i This Commit tcelBCJowift two too amount or mortgages on Midi toittion pirates who muilo tlicnlO sAriWAcnox aVAtuxrANo a: Ml.tlVUK rOKTUNK wlllhy tUt& or (he Muoal lrpulmht. Ttriiu ai oin.nlilf iiml h'an farms has been nuiimii iiiiiii I ill In.I di'.'iiii ill r ' til ...- tir iii nilNinn tills Club willI be " in - w. to secure his owu reelection, the clerks, and tllUWoiiWttwCtxtciiil ""k at tho court THE JO.VA'J" HKFVSHKD. with Jitwrr thai the announce went U made f ! lutliur rn o (or lieffto'ere ll .. Ciiptafii does as cll to stay in od to .Mr, Sjhc, Itp chairmuu, the reirularlv iucrensiu? until thev taxes exclusively for tho benefit house, tho city hall Inning been ... ...-- . Innate Mtiiwciiru lit wrflrrftnf MIm Mlf KeMui thvitrr! ftfoiltr In charge of ! iiainlnir thn apiiihI Iihvo readied Urn Iritrlittn n!rre- - .i? tlm monopolies nun trusts. previously engaged for that night "' For Hie rroprletor, us to go home. IUh ..nittn..i-Xi- f vasumgton t thil Np4ttiitnt. Juiit'J" appointed a Mr.Pto of 37,45 1,G7!, according to' have aroused a storm of popular leiices need no repairing, and ho" Herb ml ho Total .Mcml.ersl.lp of UliU. 108. I W PnWfsll I . a good clerk tlm Inol ennnpr nf tin. Cfntn ' in. ' III (I Hill O II fllllt !llriMUV fil'P. pt obably knows this ns well as any John ' ww n wii-i! There being no further bus! liess"' wiuggioij whelms them. . body. and Democrat from Calloway missioner of Ijibor." tho Club adjourned to meet again jad SH IliiVman, Ky. Harrison, hecnuso bo is the 4l.gain in my city," said the one armed Wednesday night, 'JIM lint. Should the bill providing for courtly, and a fund- - resentative of these men and their "wo have forty-twli.T.TYLKK, I'res't. government buildings for post- - solilier who had to earn a living tnro fnctoiios. Ptiuiloriiic 10.000 infamous nlntfornn will bo the ADVERTISING RATES .Mr VBI1VI.,.-I llHIliitB tl' lirtcn fnrmHitu ln ttnn 4Vrm .lV labor on a rarm. i uii "IHIOV IVVVIlld HIIIqU.. i..,iii uie Sneaker, will substautlato men, whoso products arc shipped worsi ueaccu man mat ever ran JAd. C. Wk.vu.n, Sec'y. trt ill in ri'litmii. An non ynnntnn n Ml la Obliilll niliiMH fli Jrr JtrrJ iu &iiuu WVIMIIU it ltl"(,these facts, if the Isardwell Star to almost every country in the "' mo rresiuenc. On.fvnfth ewluwu )Mf twenty-threKentucky cities will desires veritlcalion, nnd surelvJ civilized world. HI ot the slight- Tho Republicans of Indiana wii.rtttliltt '! get the buildings. Covington will surely, it will let its leaders know esi protection is iuruisncd mem r fintr uu: taii: jiArrMi. .irilwHin. are badly split up, and don't know uf TrMMfMnt fir.t (nM'rtUii. nnj cnli II ri IikIi rih on Itirli. get n building costing 8,0ft0; by tho tariff tax. Hut on tho lumthe truth. Frankfort. Aiur. 7. rsneeiall. wiial to do nor how to do it. The tJllUitut lttrllun. r f I'or fiMNUt inlttn. Itriti Newport 1H,000; Ashland, ber, plate glass, marble, metal Tho Auditor tn ilnv drnw Iijh CourJerJouriia!. with commend mfl.. r)nlrlHirrHtllfi vttamn rW, 1MII mI , Green. Catlettsburg, Cynthi-una- Lt.T tiii: coi.oitm otk ntvinn trimmings and upholstering goods warrants for 22,390.0 1, and placed "hie magnanimity to a distracted 4ti4tn.rtf. rlum'n. hI tr(lniM m( rrTt, Danville, Frankfort, George'trvflU used the factories to pny very high it to the credit of the Tate deficit,! foe, kindly suggests to them a way ilt (Tftl ltU.itot fr t til l of flrtt Vfwiltwf like When Mr. TlmrniRii wis wafted apnn town, llarrodsburg, Henderson, RHtWtl 11 nHtl fwrm k. the ctHir tlaj by n deptmtfon t colund import duties; and wlien a work TMu ninntint. na rua clmru (n flint Otlt of their trotlbte.S. lltill thnt i mtur ronltOHI, &cvmi fr llnili iropkiusville, Lebanon, Maysville, men he sate ihm tln wie nTlee, ''li man wants anew suit of clothes,' investigation of tho experts, wan to whhdiaw Harrison. Alt. Steiling, Oivensboro. I'adn-eah- , M twice as what Mr. Tate had informally mud tUt RittenLe be finds it takes votir vole' In tit Paris, Jllehmr.nd, 81ielhyvllle, lies llir fnlti itn nf "lat I called 4,tlie many days' worJk just nAWlNwS PLANS, YVXA. SPKCIr'IOATIONS AS TO KVKRYTINIIC NKKO. to buy It as it out on work or material nctmdlv Christian county, this State. build-sag.1. rirhihel. i"i ffltOrf ft?l accuriteU calctdatr-JVersailles and Winchester negn ohcm,, Sj lonj i Jl Itan cllll tluiillXT tllC War. Winl furnilipil tlm Ktiitr. lint Tiir urldrh Weilt DemoeVlltie hist Mntitliiv In- If If ,uh fatCtMlrr. l.otk. in J Kf JtU Mlietrd. nujUUSS . costing $15,000. .. : vustor liltc InRilU anJ junta' bk tlej' utl .lvli r ou the owners and .. n t.otrl.Ha, v" "".iin irurriiiiw" ;;uui,majoriiy, tno nrst: Htuo tho j im iiiiii in iMi rnntivn i ir 'mi At imt U.,I. fncin , Trihuue Ii nUt, in the fru ol If jm waul MtWt. Bnnwx, of Tennessee, 10 die con nry, th m all tfc eoloretl yobr-- 1"3'M these factories, as well, lrawn. Inudditionto this, Judge Itepublicans failed to carry it since If 0 wnil fttfr Itmli, who is now in New York, has wa 11 tle outh ro RqiubNcio, ami thanas tno lamicrs, are coming ovcr.w.p, j Hugh, ns Commissioner tho war. Colored Democrats helpII JtM Wu .Nltf 114 N. Vrf. 0. HALTZKIt, VfJf. If. UUCIIANA.N, mu It.lrt,.. CM., II. L. Al.KXA.NUKU TiiiM If gered twenty-sihigh hats that i heir voe ar niipprc l which. If true to us by tho thousand, and when to audit tho ! O C" list, has turn ed to do it, and colored men If w.Ht t.Hlm rrl. In hy rn uiettig true In In mim hmtance Cleveland will be elected. FourIf ;w4 tn !Ull iiUllhn, asked to stand by tho war tuxes, ed into the Treasury to tho credit with tho Democrats has helpo mrire nunilieM If yn nl MiteHu teen of tho wagers weie made in ptneral nutlantf hi lopuidloiM be el oven to tho extent of cheap whis-- i or the bamo account, ed much to allay race animosi10,&tS.G7. If NorOirm tr.Mt ln.h. Wrtern if yi a cafo the other evening during u ni jc u rniNTiNO r hr bm rtiiim (hat t are oulj ky and oleomargarine, they would Of tho total dcilcit of $217,rJd.liD, ties which promised ugly conse- in In ! MiufHtur, tri(ll., m.iMr, im heated discussion. .Most of the oseaftiouady tru ilal'im ro Hun, shout ra'a1 with a vigor that is it is believed that when all the quences. MryliMluM ruli4 .' vIUxat (U participants were Jtepublieaiis, Mr. Thurnmn, that grand old appalling to Republican campaign credits are made which Tate actnnd they got Gov, Hrown into man, gave his colored Usitors the committeee." ually, though informally paid oat, Tho Democrats of Madrid such an enthrstastic condition tnio nnd jnuRitiiA mliifn fnrtiiolp and all the collectible" 0 I'V Heud precinct, this county, organ- tiik m:nocittiit; that there was notldnjr left for own host intuits. If tin im.i t ...l MM..- .! uro paid, tho money from Tate's U...I .. m.v.,.1 him to do but bet his way out of been more of a pattisnn and less ,,l,,orl7iVilrVA7nn7ia,a n,,M"'vate property, taken possession Club. Momlav, with 20 members, In purtiaiire to i.rder of elreiin direct ; ne '"'"n'-- ' " ""V oi oy tne oraie, is turned into met electing Iirry Kverott. Ivm., rres- el l me hy Ui ""I i to volatilewiuiu nave urgeuger a silk hat with anybody who tliein pauioi, Jndc of the Puliou Demneratio tiekTho following important rlrcu.rjrensur.vi tuero wil1 l ft loUl Ment, and II. I IlawLins, Seerc-ct- . Monday IWln; trytihrly nrfanlird and leady for tvurt I uitl (.old on l thought he was wrong thnt Clevehndae we rrpM4fidy 'ollrll tlif ratronaca Tho colored men of Kentucky bus from the headquarters of the credit to the account of more than tnry. Vhere are 30 voters in this in AutMt voting pre Ml mUlirtbn of all made for ittMtiora free ol rhicr. Approved rilt at lh nveral, for il- pnr land's majority in Indiau.i this Know uiui nieirvoies arc noi sup- - Kentucky Ky or JJemocnillcj ?imyuu. inis win reduce i lie precinct, and the count is that clntts In lu on Cotintj. running llirre or four inoidln, dlioaiinlrtl al lL pajtr this year would bo larger than piCFsed in Keutiieky, and that any1 Clubs should receive nrornnt t.i flhortneo to about $t.i0.000 on every one will bo cast for Cleve- or of f lectins: a t iremt Clerk lo (ill the cenl anuum. rile of four years ago. such charge is false, slid yet theii rtentiou from thoso to whom they which tho bondsmen mo respon- land. The club sends word to the iiuexpired term of T M. French. dtceasrJ IhuJiilj 2nd, ISV "I have j'ie returned from the St ite of continued voting for the Republi aro addressed. J lemocratio news- - smio. Hickman club asking for mmm W. A SIH'CK. KmiIikVv, ibr"gh which I mat Id an ex can party gives a kind of endorse papers throughout tho Stato will gootl JueillT Kulion Cvutily, Kf. jiiKlne ki;kp vcit'it iar. : im.i.noih. Judge speakers, specially naming tour, and I yon meat to iliU faUe charge against advance the interests of the party MuiTcH,nnd promising who lhai only the IRfS!!! fraud irii prevent thiiir vhitn npiitliluirfi. n. nr HmiuiIIv by publishing theso circulars in J.M ki:kd r nMizFAiIt M AI.KXAMini. ever comes a gootl large turnout from earn lug I'tcSnfo lln Itepumi-'aj w rowou.u w. c joiinson j y. am;xaniu:u, tho Democrats can tarry their next issues: Cor N Y. rribtine Judgo Grcshnm'ri nephew, here- of Tennessee and Kentucky DemPHYSICAN AflD SURb'EON without the aid of asinglo tofore a Republican, is out fori ocrats. After circuit court the XEWdfAPERS WAXrKD. Tho Republicans havo about a6 negro vote, avl therefore need HICKMAN, Cleveland and Thurmaii and mak- request will be complied with. Kentucky MieAdqttariCM KENTUCKY much chance of cair,iug Ken-I.igu of them hi Proft.tlonsl htrvlctt l thtrJ tloor, ing Democratic speeches In Inditucky for Harrison as tho l)cmo- - not court but the by any special Democratic Ctuta, Koom pleading, advice of that Courier Journal IhuMiMt KouTllle, Ky.t ana. In Illinois a sou of t)weu th eltlivna of Hickman and v Iclnllf There is probably no assocla- cr.its hare of carrying Peimsjl-- J grand old man for them "to Aug 3 In order lliat llnne having charge ; vanla,and that is none at all. The. of i lie Presidential rampatzn In KentucLr Lovejoy is a Democratic nominee f"n or scheme in cxlMauci, says is so manifestly) ia their un; Mielairo lor Lougress last Slato election was uncomfort-- l own hre a constant and varietl source of stnrtllii ns anya circumstance as- fcn up for lelegram.th.it was got S AfUlYlHiLh.'" interest as a help toallavinir in'onnation as to the comiitiou of tliinirj the purpose of making that ever happenably close, to ho sure, and the; in enion, the Kxeomivo Comaiife- - ctl in tho annals of American pob 'noney for those who owned stock ATTORNPiY-A- T Prohibitionists will carry off a race prejudices and antagonisms. of nil State LAW, DRALF.KS 7.V respectfully every liff.n. the u""ocnuL-viiBiMnoui1111...! vnnr ncn it., ...... U r litil, m,.l...wwl m.y..M. iroodlv number of voters wiminvfl ,WW.. M,.XJC, HUMLIUIWUII .1. i tiiiLaue a.d. iu- pc "ii. akrunj ni In the lvnnnagriculturalnncounty of bit the thnt .w on a whole, as the (0J1 t tug i;i'c rr fVKtir Prtt tr,J t ! the ailvicc. people fine heretofore been Democrats, bntl UUfUS, MKOICIM-XHOOKS, 8TATIONKUY. and Hchrn?iirrIIf. rich isue of hU paper, unlil after the ; CK MA .V, A' Unhiding and Loan Associations I'ureau live last Monday's elections indicate Me"hi flertlnn, for file In this office. never voted hundred farmers who r: this city. Yet CONNECTICUT AM. Kif.llT. Fancy (HM)I)SrT0Y8, and lIUTURK.i the Democratic ticket they me so situ-i33, Courier Journal "AddrfM K"om that Kentucky Democrats ate Wl pr.rllrc in nil their lives hao declared for pie that it really seems as if every-- I Hrm Jii.IUI.il fii.irt'i. lie Cumin of Uir nroiibcd and determined to vindiSITNIHUKS VAINTri.OIUS VINI and J.IQUOKS, or Medical itt4 3ir. Harry McDonnell, nf the UulMius the CommiMc, Cleveland, Thiinnaii and a reduc- - hndy ought toboabloto eompro- cate the State by giving Cleveland House stationery room, U one of "iijr order of PoRTta Tiiomivov, fnurlBl Kxi AOKNTM HOI! TIIK jnonor tarin taxes, and a promt- - uenu ineir workings. Alany tmy uu oldtlmo majoiity. tho Democratic workciBUi CoCorrrpondmg Secret try nent Jtepuniican runner, in a " ny lAr.t finv rtttlrntl tilriPKlinnld nnecticut. He has been actively BJltvt IIIVtVIMIIIIO) ... speccn iccenuy delivered in on weairny nusiiiess men and men' ntHiw nitiiAni ................! RfcPORTd DKSIRKIJ. ,.jy,x.. ...n...K.. wiii.KMCoiuiectea wiin every cauvHKB in Ken tuck v Leisue of!of tnG ngricuUural counties, said working for big salaries connected. "HcidnilnrtrrA Ul"1 S,nt U from the Iici.vii.tr,A.iK farCnr8' fn"erv -rttixcacn-Tio.v- s sva rpporterlio Paid: Democratic ciubs itooru 3 tidni rhor.jthero were ilftcen thousand farm with them, and they would not go foiuiy dtriioiwheid jeuenNy ihrouph sation with a iAjiiMviiie.Ky., o tlie Slate htw iHjtiuuratic gains cttry ''Why WO aTO not Ulieaej nhoilt Conntr Journal ihilding, of ecry Ueuio ers in that Stato who h ire been into such a scheme if it was not ifi8 Tht Auk (voting the Hcpublieaii tieket for torn ike monev. Possibly not. yet A cod ?.i Mill, with contpttie outfit, 111 (Joimoet lent. wlire Ooy. JIueLner sahl tadar: Our mirtv Isln imt. reflection will show now In cm! loraUon Can be hour lit t Nwiinit Democraiic vieinrjr, ami it ter shape than I've ovit seen it. Tho Democrats nro united, well oiaie crniiai u.immilteo. u hereby tir cratic ticket this ear. Subsidiary mnono that all are on an euual a reMonatdf pr'rr an u rrmu)Dajlc lerum h$nXP ljl"le?'a riVr organized iiuil in jparuest. llio pently requeue to furnish ilicfe hf.il to this is tho fact that thousands footing so far as their profits are AJdreM for fnformttlon ihc DMn3cra;y it ra.lr for the fray." J J C liONDUltANT, qiitrten a pmniLtljr a the fol. of Germans In Chicago havo left eouecined, mid tho number of fcl-- if Fulton county Democrats ought JI'opl Xll hero thoronRhly under lonln? infirnwiioi.. i!!?wr:. K tho Hepublican parry anil declared shares owned, Tho man who can MASUKACTTUKKS OF TIIK CKUWlKATKn " ttrwafcenp midget in Uuq with V?! BntiX0 ?." doesa!I ilH "FiM Xamo of chili. for Cleveland. Keep your eye on "fiord tocairy twenty shares of 'Second not Full lin of niemhcru the ewelliug enthusiasm of the ?ela,,8 nlQ CO stock, nod pay fifty cmiH a share Illinois. industries audit 'Thin! Name of oificcrs with IO CO other counties. Wo have good,' ,"rt IUV at per mouth, mid docs CO V addrfi of each. .t,,e!D- - Con' strong, enthusbmic Democratic l,c1'8 lw? or ihV 'Fourth Time and plate of borrow, of iMjitint. rcaiuc lTiioori.xn ir ri i.v bin tftfuJifiiU ls 00(l for Clevelaiidand meetlnpi dubs at Hidkman and Fulton, but Uj the wjin cash, Q WO lieei Mill are lu Ii nrcraii iznt ai. ocimiui cieci ,Ill,I," of tho NiitioualJAiiriioiir of tho club Please !ndlr4t a member of The Demooints aro pushing the share of tho profits lu actual same HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. ai to becoming tr while tho man who has the W Demo' uiectaie inpiie. m uayce, Lodgton, Jordan, Snssa j a member itt- campaign Iii Indiana with uiipte CO ... wants nyorueroi ne r.frmife Uoiiimltlcc cedented v hror. Tlm Urt tinll of amount of stock """ ..".""r to "11VE MK rras JCiUgeand .Madrid Ilend. Aro cratio and Campaign Committcps, CO U """""V you ; unrrow vuo money 10 nuiiu a noinci T HlarltPiiiilhinf; ilone, when repair uanf , , v i t'n 1'oirrcK Tnonrov, ,."" there not some live, active, work who has Apeul considerable time r on tn u Dl".lu --3 ""1U " with, gets his nharo of thn profit Tor. Secretary. I aUi scrpa full Ht.c &f W'afans, ic ' ing democrats at tho places nam-e- at headquarters, confirms witti his thing that tho Kenublicans with ni0 .. s.. i.A .. r who will talco steps toward or opinion .Mr. McDonnell's estimate TiiK Dirri:itKACKjiirrwrr(N riiKu HlUhHr parado nnd blustor havo Undertaker's Goods, of Ids owii! Ho ma the ganizing those clubs. (loot speak- of Connecticut. Common, UomMyl, and Sid hi Ulack Wal na 3 ci ooi oven iieirun. inreo CO fighting trim wlilch can le fittcil nut Coffin and cm win viKii uiem ns rooii sir or Democrats aro iu CO W To thoroughly understand tho' polls of tho stato will bo inado. gauized and invited by tho clnbe., n,erc New York Tribune asks up on fhort imilrc, aul it reVKjiiahle Tub policy of tho Kepublican and tho last one just before tho date this j (ihe iu a tail j rice question: Pleaso toll us in Democratic parties on (ho tarifl,! or rim November election, tut .np In timl inutiiati. XKIV Ji;iLSKV 8,000, .'1it tmmu.roRTf.Ti: vaxawibl. lll.lJO-a glance al tho following will be speaking of this, Secretary Marsh why nearly all the free traders are for Cleveland if Cleveland Is not said: The first poll Is not countTl.o result of lust Momln v'a dec M: A.1ST, '. - of scnicc: V , T. AT" Jcr- Tho Democratic party proposes! ed as particularly uiLMiilirmit. U for them Adopting tfcc sccrat- '.l R00tl n?W8rom tiona in this Sttito, wo iWu , ,.,T iir win Aiiow how many persons there ,L mono or argument, mo Aiein-arto modify the lax ou lobacco, to pioro au unrortunate snecew to f,?y; V? y tllC 1"nn in the slate who will lie enti- - phis Avalaneho reconvenes thus: retain tlio tax ou alcohol, to nbol CLARK & MADDOX. rjickman garble Works, ! S'ron, i taS'-u1re im me inouopoiisis lor n v!!,,l rom November, mid " IUc isb the tax on most raw materials,! ea 8'mo 5Si ...i llH vn,uo wl" ho "Ii"I1vhb an cnu-- i Harrison If Harrison is not for (fiir Ktittuehj and Clinton Sired,) ,., . """""iwiiiipuimi. h . open- - to wine the bmv? tr lW0U thn Arv. Why aro all tho spoils for HICKMAN, - Jhem - - - A')'., WCKMAX, j lllCKMAX, . . KV. Doiiini-rnllKENTUCKY iinililAO ....y":. (1d IlUOUl IU0 Utll Ot tills lUOhll 8arie8of"lirolto'Vetidiitbetaxo,u',lu,ralion of Vulcr9- - "nvlnir as- Harrison ft Harrison is not lor rffflved a nell i. a :" .'"l r.nm.f nal " rnhnr unrfv In mr inti.n.. luxuries and to levy a tax sum"1 1:cr,rtinel thbs tho toDemocratic them I Why aro nil tho Chlneso Annourre that they v "" liumuer OI IIniHn ,on'5crfl know work M" WWV.WIIIU tho needs l U'lllfll hf.Vottr,tm ,r..,. is II'""" nf,f,!t l(ilVl (II tlU"WlltlUi cieiit forCCOHOniic:ilIl of tlio Gov-- nuuiii iu wora"hero mid and "" "l1"1"1"1 it iiamun ia nut rpius housk n tlm recenta hken fclecietiiort oi cvfr;u'"K upon, JL filled up for IN DXAtKK arcommoditlon of In a IIIID mlinfniulnr. CI Criimeilt nti mnjorities, the lemocrats "oy I.trwnctt altn.n ed. On thnnilmr tin mi ti... gen1" nnln tin. I'rtimmcra and the traTclInc public iTAl.lAfi AND AmBIUCAN MARnfJ i?. i . i . Demoeriitlc camnatclH"" tiiom .... ... oartv - ......... tllw ..- -, rosoeet the a montii aiieail or the erally. Olen rooiun( nice Injla, and npiarc MONUMLNia. TUMI) AND UllAVK cnrtheBialo,r The' !nuldiean ' rai Tl - I.. I! iimiiniinn tn niwii.t'? Krcryfldns fresh. fer, e'e- - nn, rhp. ..ww.-. .. ,. ., . meald fiuraiilci-IA,.,.111I to all who Atop wliii j tiii; M,rn. HTONKS. ew Jersey in mo lax ou tobacco and iilco-- . .i ' ! "" V0l '" UUII0VCU .1 '"at arc ehecriii" to nnri J)r.mo.llaUi,will bo TravelliiR men will find the belt of atten- Ali, they Kilt continue to run iho Democratic ma or tv in lndi. twrU ,i h Anifriiaii. as strong nu ... thn last Iml. iMMi. il.a v..r .i..knwiiiii. nH in .......-.,-- . .. .. n.. In aiocV, a fine tot of tion at our houne. i uiiiinn iiiiii iiiil uiu itimii at A K K 11 Y 9 V I T Y HAVING llallan Marble, I am preIn aiMltlon, vre carry a full Hn of nnio caiiilliiate materials, luxuiies and all tlio noc ana will reach 15,0(10. St. Louis Iv dancer that ever exlsteil In J" J"!"";"- - lll U.tioN Cirv, Tknn., Aug. 7. Uopublic, rc ' pared to fill allordera. Call and exauilna fa in the field. What WAealiHoiitii 'cssaiies of lifr. Tho nhlnnt Tho voto in the Cougresslouul FANCY AND FAMILY 6R0CEBIES w.f . .. .. AontucKy, was the belief estab f . .""J- I.. ray work primary held iu this district last lo which we Invtie alirntlon. Our priccul lishedin ihemiudsof Demor-n-t 'rvBO """""ph, oruioao counnes - uieir scnemo oi taxation is to Orders from tbo country promptly onxoeutru) i,whi;h, SXJTOHIIEIK SI-IOIUaimlen, aro strong- protect rich inanufacturars. nnd A Thursday resulted as follows: are an low na the lowest. thatJCentuckv was I.nmwl t '"FH"oi rolilbitionlsts, anil luruisli a revenuo For liberal nnd Tho Mlrd. "oi ann ihaUcngc tbo ruirkvl lu lb la lino. Al "l ,lll good Democratic .adieu nf Pierce, 5,120; Kond, ;iv077; (iiass, may Democratic! no matter wIipIIiap . . .. . .. 41... .. . . . . V I MIT Uni.l ni. f lW. I'niA tirntltrmtfl " 1..I no, a rf nnd Coulter 1,112. Pierco ,, '"""';,lu AVMni.iliii.ni. u" l,lu ill nicy weui ." trio po is or worked I'l'l v io v.,u",miKD vl""aio anil vie u y tad a ronl ,ni ,,H V ,,,rKe nB ll wns bt'fore- m.y for the party or nor. Jn h,8t time Saturday afternoon, ,n.r5 f Uc carried Obion, Weakley nnd Dyor, very dollar raised by taxation ont tho aid of their masculine receiving 000 majority over all Monda'H elections tho Democratst Incnnncctliin, W.xnni, 'fmiu. Hijslcn . . . I I'll la linl iinailnil fmi4ti.. iu....... 111 V kiu.iiiiii.........! a...o. 18 IIEKHUY OIVCN TO TllC '"""i,F " " u.punn, fV! ....1 .1. muiun iney car, named tn and opposition iu this, his homo counnciujusi sumcieniiy scared up to ""'0 "," "mi io., (orliiro (Jle una rlul. NOTICE ami of Fullon do some work, and hence the vie Clovelaml and Tlmnuau ty, and was second iu Gibson. uuvll "iS.i'J?!.0 "W.1. !? " U "?l Ji1'1 HiV Oen. Phil. giTdan. tho Coup ?' County. Ky t that a poll will I oeneil nt lunt'H nu aionsr too line. Anol h. imiiidpr.ln.ni.ir ,l 'VU,T pnie, eignty ieet di, r,v,,l'Dnni uu r t iia """ V"1- - .. .. iT,.itrt,i i iniiiiiii vivtliiK plieoA in the numtr, nu ... v .. tho Tiulotu W 11 A 'J .. . i in ii - u iiidvii .tMny,. in Ki ... .... cr danger to Democratic niiui iu uiu ali..wknn OIIHL'N which the KII15T MONDAY IN Al'OUHT, (iho t irnv. pi nt Vnn nil, t f.' .. "" uiwrryui ireo uiirauo Niirpius. "uuyu ground, iromroil i. i thn Tiir.v him, in; a Kt;iuisi;i iMiir v. ijJ set tin ncmociatm nnlm-and is 1110 I'rolillilifoii vole, nnd last MnuB Cn. i . IUh) In Hke 'lie Penu of Iho Votcru n( I'lit.iiitc t'f.it . i mm, iio nun iiriim M""ua .'..!") juininj uiiii Monday they had no raiidiiliiiPB. been sick pit-D' Kulian County, umlf r an Act Jo prorhlu uniiiiui iiiiii Binpus uoat to tno breeze iii V When tho Itcpublicaii managers since .LJ for levying la.n anil working the pnhllr and therefore voted with theDeup liPnrt trrtul.loo l...iMay last, with blind the eyes of tho people to It was both interesting and aimis.' get tho rettiniH from tho great i 11.. .nu & roalnln Fullon County. Al mM flccPon ocrars. In Number, torn 10, lo,l lo beiieve'fro , I he' faroba" ii jm tins IlKMf i.uu rum,,), juu vmj, iruo m iu ueo mo lames pulliu on November, the ipicalion will Iki pnrjoiiniIed to ench KKNTUUKY 8THKKT trade feature of tho Democratic! tho ropes slowly lifting tho tall, northwest iu stupendous they will mm lo 1.1,000 of theso Prohibition AHMIII'I MMMlt ol reports of tho pafit few weeks in ii inrin iu ii riimnrti i nr L,un i,u oiinnnni iinn ii.t rcallzo tho voter. 'Are(i For or Agilnntibe ltoal .nr . .. mistako . jjomoci-atwi in iu ii luiiiMtiii eonitantlr on hand for hbe ThjlT and the ote reconled ncwllug lo ii lii iii niiiiiiiiit iinn iimii iiiiuiimn " will vote for Fink that ho was slowly SUOWIIIg tllClr IIIO n mle AA "Ji """J":"""9 " "irR0 tllCy IHIHIO but surely re nil rtixv Minffn.K, .I.I..I. Z"i W, A. HIIUCK, 1110 untortumito anmcr. .,. . .....I 'I...I ..i . . . " " """U . .:asoect nf tlm uutuiiug. IU MMJ "HMll III UIUII IM11 IJ III . II II llUOOUia Anil IIAGKB. IIIMllH IIIM ll 111111 WIIN nun . a i'.i ShrrilT Fulton County. -- mU In her lUflnK purchaaeil the alalile, horaer S, IBJ"rJ..'-,?.- t or,.rl.. W thu" people. "l bn ,n o nml entiro outfit of W, Jl. l'lummer r n..Unt,. .n. time SIvo morel l,n.lo nil the iaille. wo, 0 Y,lel !! W '"? c,lV,;i.cen;. we popoio lo continue Ibe buitneia, anil i ' -- Mt. Uiirmcll (III) KeB!,ic " "" "m ! oliclt pilrooage too to hull vhlnnl .mirlotmi. era Ih !!,J',y"n?t. Vl workmen Ouims. 01 InDBO no . at lo. o . .. . n ff , And net your HUokaiulthiug and general ",,u '"apwr goons 10 1110 consiim- " i v is ir i m in ie iTefidentl.il election. fIho niv r!mt.() , , "" it i r- llepalrin Juno at nnfit ' ()l' ,h0 ' ? '' 'enp elothlnff ami cheap blank- - of tlio Drmocrnlia Stato Gontia II. A. & U. T. (V'0'r .nrll.vrco,OOIii . ami' iral (ftrfirr of Obion and Exchange Strttl,) ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KY HICKMAN, FOR PRESIDENT, J In, ScY rip t L lM( RR,I r ranks The committee appointed to arrange for a lrraud Imrheouo and )emoorutio rully, naked for fur- thrr tlmii to .r fie.-".- ! e 1 , "' !"' . . . ly - "' W' H2, 1!. .fW MCli,,., The Zarffcsty Safest and Hcst Company in the World ASSETS $119,000,000. Paid Policy Holdoro $243,000,000. juv knee Company, TKjrejnc- !$H 1 or oiiio. r A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Xy. - I I . -- i 111 0 What to Buy?! ! o fcj h.. I ... better-lovelnml- ..,. ao ! . . fu-tui- e ACADEMV. A f il OBKTTRAL fr " t . , i i. v 1 " ii -- I C ,M-- m- -, " . iit-ii- i' 1 -! .. '"" - v ... 1 I F -i nn.ol Courier-Journal- ox-reb- rep-Mayo- r, o - " njr wii J. D. e !! .11 ARCHITECTS, . MLLJLBD & SI0 and EUEDERS, Kentucky. How-lin- g t CONTRACfORS Siokman, 1 tllW- a K-- Kx-Go- ... ) , 1 vi :.:.. " . 11 ... Look at This! ii V'MI -- - VA4 I vot-lu- g w I tl i tlr-l4r- , T. N-- t Courier Job Ofllcc. MIC1KIVI ky. ll! ii.n.i, CAPITAL, BUI - Proclamation 850,000. - ir-e- . - jr ir ' I - ' Ken-tuck- y DR. A. A. AulC-'E- 7771? invv JDIIECTOIS. J , e' T. T Preuyo Op 1. i u . -- )'i(wii-iic- ....... -- ? r. n eturw r..i ..-- - t SAW MILL Domestic Sewing Macliine. For Sale 1 ! r a 18--- hikiai.tv. "r.?" I jITERTWECK. BALTZKR & CO. or pot-ofiic- e A. P. OLIVER, l.c i.rixa. ::; 11 a a V . lei. Tl! - C, 4 - I 1 f ( i" j o 4l i olS w sm l,Xy1 H i)0.n.ui:ic(?i a r LiU! KENTUCKY. 'ACOIT, it am age, I . -"' i,ni(,.Tm .T !'" r't . h" j 1 111 "'" r: c. nVmoui'roiiiV' ?,"lVt?lll I . . -- 1 n- -. I irimilv Grocorv. 1 It ....i. ' " I .. . I i . I . L . v 'ih "" .r;.: ''i - I ovet. . 1 DOUGLASS - i I ..., 'hi iniiii.. M P. ..- .. "wy n i nr a BROS IJVI1HY NTAHI.i:, Election Notice. Tax-rijre- .1 ' sale K,' livery stable 'J Faius Parkek, a- , a. ff,,., 1 '. I ;;' k.'-in.- i 'frMl"f ..W8-atlhXZX ,; ! S'UtU 'r? Z -- ... SZT T '!!&'' !". . , . f 111 I 11 i '"'r, "T l'??I 0. GROCERIES a HICKMA NI lu-ntm'- ' t TYLER J. F. GRAY'S, ttMlirt, ....1,.; ' conn nr. fl.Ir V. ,1.' .'.v. ''."'" ?' ?,.. ,.,",i ?'" .IS1 iiiiiiiniaiyrp.-nri- th Wl,ol Ainoileail POOIllo . "ominoti pmlo in hln union. . i oir- , , - Joiim KomsflOM. Ilm notoil pun propiiotor, Is ilcuil. ! Wlillo sivnii. urnlmliln 11...1 tinsulfihcil contlemaii w III v " 1)0 it Ih ilpfllllto liroint.n . IA I1 j . pn m v. OOnril OOI I TO I" I lllliril lilll I rllft. I awnimii Tfc,T,,'r ' !:"" urtcu, I TVTO "'M .. KUNTUVKY (Inod Work atUockdiotlom Prlcw My all nrllele. but no TTrnihatleml In all buslueri onlriuteil motto. V 1VOHK a vpfrUllvnTil ir.nbl. is.h.if ...Ji. T T mcir oaro ('.n'.". l"" JOHN F.U1UY. ", m ih. enrn.r of Troy onire IWrurnlliireriitlyry. U'I .'loscoir Arounc, litsi lllckiu.'Q i"y HV I ip.co (0 name nOKMAV, - - . o tt ...., , .w- - . unnmmmmaLmmm& S.;A. - -- MMMMBjBMBMM ,J&BBIawiPSSffijMati3SiKW "ffflffifiraMBijiTiirT Twr'rrw nrfnrinim t-ttt- m ninrrr-- -. 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'3SiuL ' 'Tm? j """ ',"""" - - r t.r- Jl.UKt.UY. t j ', aThOTAUl M IT I- - I M - i a e i I Undeniable -- AN II- - WE MEM WHAT WE SAY The eltUons of Hickman should fed pioud that thej hereafter can Tho Democrats carried on Monday by 7.1,000 nm claim their town us theor at leant ono amusement enter-prisJorUy. for on Ati;.l!Utli thu Dean & Kldon Company will open their Pure Country Vinegar henfion with a ouu week's engage-tuou- t COtVOILL'S DltUCI HTOltU Al at tho City Hull. For the unat 1inn itmtittiR Minora Hfn II & linn been i.m.i,,. tm.rt hrnn mfiLi..r nil mx. Mr. Chns. Meaehnm appointed a special policeman by 0PRary nrrangomenta( ami by next tho city council. Wednesday their entire company, Ofty lutluo Outtens ttnturdiiy j brass baud antl urchebtrn. consist- ovenlng mntlnecs nr netting to lug of fifteen poople, nVduoheroj nml commenco rehearsal. Their bo ottlar with tho boys. ncting company will Lo very uMit -- Mr. of Tw'hlroll their Ala-Imn- LOCAL NEWS. , a i;w i:mi.i(imii4i:. birth-plac- Indisputable 1 T HAT TUB LAIUSKST AND SA.VE5 303XrE3 H. M. MAXWELL, ni.ii.m day, mixing with hla frlcmln. lm fleal 1!IoklIIIlll ever heard. Mr. M. H. Shaw and famllv Tliidrnttiuctloii. MiHaHuuiiadiituH. In the City, tho Isnved Prices and left Hund.iy for Clueiimati, ami, M an nctteaa of rare merit, coming the lied Values for the wnilo tncre, uill vlait tuo expoHl from a family or tlicatncai people, celo- tlon, 'c. hIio being a cotifilu of that money, arc at u reil1f;-a1l,,,e -T- hPrewIll boBPrvlera nt tltc the week, will, Mnihfiilliii rliunili unit Hnmlnv. ut M ., llm ..Hunt l.nnro l.v ll.n utitlni '. - J "itrOllUCO her bcnUtlfUl fiOllga tilid " ,.".-daucea, nmong them the "Kcd M. Klntr. Ihiudaiui." Tho prcHa spe;kn of & Mr. Bnulo Water field, a promt her in tho hlghcHt ternia, an the iiont young pltlxon of Union City, following extract from tho CincinTeiiu., died In that city hint week. nati Kutjuircr will show: Si Another piektl liouf trvfl I Tho Obion county election lion.', Ut lh vrn reunited In tho election of Taylor, nlfilit, (X)initiy Kuimnopra In lit into (Hlrn wldi MIm Sheriff; Aakcw, Trustee, and Hob rolo. Too mndi c in not ! M f IliU Her, ApscMHor. UJj. Mip hit ctrtBln'f rtlvtsl tlit tap inii-- in tnrerv -- Mr. 0. K. Waccencr. of Mar-- ! C4ti MHU'V Irklu tin, 'lonn.e rna In tho city Monday, i... j, univ Mtt Ihe r'TMff 'lK I I e KEEP OUU STOCK proappctlug, with n view of lo- Itrntl- rly itrveM of ihl ilcklv fh'l..iMitlity lilrli chnrictcrtee many idiir eating in our inhUt. Full and Complete at all prt" A revival of unuannl lntpriM Wo would advise our people to in now In progrcaa at tho HaptUt times and invito your inspection. no theii healK In tjliureli in Woodbind Mil!. Her.1 got already being uilviiuce.lor. they On apoken cral pcraouahuvo been converted. arc Monday acuta will bo placed next Mr. Allen Oimpbell, of thia ' on tmic lit Hwtmio'rt Drug Slurp, Vc Let no Eouso Undersell lis! county, aold Ida farm of ;I00 acrca, ' ao to accurc good seats, buy jour aitnnted In MiasfsMppl county, tickcta eaily In the week. Mo., two mile from Helmont, last. week, for ei.OOO. mj..i.. Hr?T TIip itiip4iiiou of lli baipliM In tK U vii On Wo llftVO wtnpeil the hot , Trii"' nfonr 3V1 toat weather tho ml wrote TVO Plalpumrti, bul j intitu film iniu.n mo !.. idueM... .,f liavo had tit in iiuirr, tlio tllp.,Tr;,,",1,"n',n,1,,', uiometera rangiu nB '"K" ns 10loTfyii.illnlmJ:ieiln of Jir.K1njt.Ntw I I Mol";itnMbiurmI orchmfm ..juurstaial. will BEST ASSORTED STOCK bo 0t" 1 -- Smith Imwi I will 1 ti r'r1110"' - l - - i -- The picnld on SnRRafrns Hiilgc, Tuesday, which promised to be a very pleasant and agreeable social aflair, was tho sceuo of an ugly .ITID SO IvIUST OXJK. row, In which ono num. Frank Warner, was shot, and his brothjr?i er, tllm Warner, sovcrclj cut, rlml . JSt-JKaS- 1 somo others injured by knock downs with sticks and bludgeons. A.S TOO Xj.Ia-31- . The repoit Is that Frank Wucuer, with dim llradshaw, Cocp T3uy ono Como A.routicl !Rlngant and others, wcro selected ns a committee or police, to assist in keeping pence and good order. e It Is stated that tho two Warners and somo others, wero diiuklng consideiably, nnd that tho (list between S noticeable outbreak-vaFrank Warner and a Mr. John Oakley, both drinking, iu which Warner dingged Oakley around by tho hair and whiskers, Tho season is over, Urndshaws, it is stated, interfered, in older to spctue peace and order. Hero the general row comvacate prommenced, Warner drawing Ids pistol, and the Pradsliaws knocking a Call ises him down. Wnrncr iccovcred, and arose rim; his pistol, it is said, at Coop Dradshaw, and nt this stage. Jim Pradsliaw ilrod on Wnrucr, shooting him twlco tu tho lower part of tho breast. A general knock-downnd light prevailed, In which Jim Wnrncr, Frank's brother, was severely wounded, and others hurt more or less. I he Only Exclusive Proprietor of Frank Warner was so dangerously wounded, that it is tnought in llic City. next to impossible for lilut to recover. His death is expected nt any hour, Jim llrudshnw, who It is said, ! fired the fatal shots, made his escape into Missouri. However, tho witnesses of the nflalrinterviowed by tho Couiuku, seem to think that Pradsliaw was justifiable iu Goods ntl the shooting. district" Is securclose The "bottom ing nn ugly reputation forlawlcss-ness- , shooting and killing affairs, but leal l.v tbo actual residents and old citizens of that locality, sold hy 1st deserve no such name. Tho old, actual citizens, arc us nnd peaceably disposed ns tho citizens of any neighborhood or community; but tho past ton or ! Conic is twelvo years, a largo number or peoplo from elsewhere, not citizens, but mou without any fixod homes or responsibility, havo gone into this neighborhood, nnd it is this clasg that hns inaugurated nearly all this lawlessness nnd skxt noon tii ir. n. ji.ixki,i;. disorder. "Want dROCER-IESvmtf& TSiaoxa T It V ""STq-o- . S SUPPOSE YOU OLD IlHLfAPLE at tiij: EW tHi . 0UK. 9TOOK IS and CA e we s rJ t&aVf AND I1JMYY GOODS; FAMILY GROCERY, of our Prad-slm- Custom-Mad- Suits, MTO(K OF SHELF ACOMPLCTK Tinkle jjaT Uood btjiuted Free of Charge ALSU, A FULU S3C X .W2 ;as n O 3ES1 33: jL 3XT Pr A nearly The Clothing and our Stock still too large. Our present prices will make Suits the hurry. in and High (atfr ?: ftf V ? 1 wr WiS VI -- mgsi W.Vvra r WP-'- Ulln SchoolBfT - l 11 &iS rt' &V7flfS T'4Zd?i TllT n cash nousi: WEMKNOWN ISSTITl'TION bn elnr1 ono of its moil imcccasfui AUOUSTUOth, 1888. The next tfrm will lie-- in Ino'rcCtfnn s Utt fiven In tha llommnn School Urancltiii, Lalfn; OrCek, ueriufin, , EtK;uJltTijW Mnlhemnllco, Uook Kucplng and the Selcncta. uovcrnmcnr mua but nrni. Month .".,...J2 00 1 Prlmaiy.Piiplla. .'i rcr .in TUITION: VI term(rnte riiptiN, per mvdiii..... ................................... J Adv anccd i'upIN, fcf Monti. . I U0 it ..... ................. fiUJ ij TO-- . B. HUGHES, A. B. ffeu - Ybrl - tore P T CATTCB, F. IL WALL, - KEITTTJCKY, LINK OF HAS 'J'lHJ AlttJi:H'X out my entire Stock of 50 Ceats oa tfie Dollar. quick iFh tkbt &)1 These of the goods must he August, or until every piece gone. r VJ V r HATS, NGTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED &,c, K-- 1'J P g M JJef In' That he has ever carried, nnd at PBICES as LOW as tho LOWEST. Clothing and Gents Underwear IIo docs not fear to compare prices with any ono; and, in fa6t, hid Stock is complete in every Department. && Call and examine his goods before buying elsewhere J. GOLDSTEIN, BAST HICK MA IT i AA l',l n-- j ft-- - 7( TCT 9 TiT 9 (T n i U7f l U T(K . 7XTfTJT ?n , J w I T nor. i to call on Mr. Andrew A Davis, Sc SON, agent nt this place. III lllO alinUG. Icorrv for CunnuniMinn. (litre Ii MANt'rACTUKKltS OP Mr. Gus. Thomas, of Fulton, -- Hor.J. It. Wllliama, of tho' tlm i reuiUM JIh ,n.l,M0.l!!f.f,T -- J made a clear, sound, sensible, tingih ,,., uM OhrUtian church, will coninieuco a ,tMI f(rlhf r l!ie ing speech before the Hickman prntrnrtPd mnnliiig t H wilT !v omnivii JtowT llr krreinr r n Democratic Club, Wednesday Iwtileof tr Kin'-NHebotd hotiAO tho third Sunday In on imnl tu idght Hols quite a young mnn. weonltni: in JtJlXJD COKliT tlita mouth. Kcryhody invited. mry "! ut but bis presentation ol tho issues upon lite itpfrniir of tho Iirt hih. of tho campaign showed clear Mrs. Annie Ivnoerr, of Chnt'iom,iiciittiHgh,('oM.Nneiira f' antl Boilerr--J comprehension, and earnest contmmncii. Tenn nccominnied livl CK-1-- or S,,f Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes Agents for nt Trinl Ulllr.-ro"rT HKa"'V'lvictions. The Coumntt predicts IImI .l,o..l,!nf. l.V!,;i - ,.!! .V fl.lt, LuwrglU MU MHMhIMl Prugritorr. j for him a blight political future. , nig ner moiner-iniaw.ira. ireu.t Kunerr, of this city. ntiftlO-lWo learn 'of n sad accident rff-- WILL GltlXI) mi;al eveky satukday. Mr. M. U. Sliaw, the lending Tho CongreRRional primal les fa now that occurred on Jteelfoot Lake, Mr. Iioultt DeMoneourt'H fam- grocery man of Hickman, In the tltli Tennessee lllalrict, failnear Idlewild. last week, bv which ily, who moved to KuoxvIUe, 111., ftpcudiu;; a time lit St. honi, Chi ed to elect a Democratic nominee. A double tragedy occurred The election for city mnrshal 'a Mr. Travis lost his life. Travis cairo. ami other citicn. for the inir u year or more ago, returned to and Hond Imd In tliepopiw Saturday evening at lllackford, Monday, resulted iu tho choice of .nml a young man named Robert pone of huin rocerlen, adilkv I'it'ii'i their home near tlita city, laat lar vote, with CiIiihh and Coulter Webster county, Win. Caldwell Truly, there V no pl.ico like ly, hardware, nuil general assort- - following with good support, it being shot and instantly killed by Mr. Chns. Meacham over Mr. Goo. Monro wero out on tho lake to-Wilburn, by 39 votes. There .gether hunting ducks, when, by meiit of goods hiicIi jih lie Iiiih will take thu action of tho con- a home. t was considerable interest and ex man mimed Nicholls, while nuiifil'i' liimi fnrr im tin IIhiIm somo means, Moore's xm was In to meet in Union vention Wo Irarn fiom the DyershurK, Djo shnred a like fate at tho iu this race to begin with, cidcutly discharged, tho entire tiat bv direct personal pnrchuseB City iu which September to dcteimiuc hands nt Sum Nuuu, a former but Mencham's friends rot a good load lodging iu Travis' btcast, kill (.uettM tlmt our worty voting n,nt nilvimtiiuvB nro to bo Heprcseutativo from Crittenden lend early iu tho morning and ing him instantly. Travis leaves Kiikpatrick. wi Uhort..C(j bolouft to pneefl and .ualily the nominee. f county in tho Legislature. Tho steadily held it to tho end, inter- n wifo and several children to ly emlinrk in llio dr. cooiU 0OdH, which iiiuich to the dinner would inthateily. Wo uiah him ullllllRp 0r l,U ouRtomeiH na well vvftU and artsenjoy your lr Pja nfliiir grow out of an old feud be- est lading considerably in the mourn Ids untimely cud. prevented Cor-beahuudunily. huecesfl evening. Mr. Wilburn, in somo nn o hl(, OWIIt hIh Iiounc has no- ivrsla. uo Ackcr'a DrsiKpsla Tablets. tween Nunn and the Dyes. Tho colored folks hereabouts Dyo was raised in Hickman lespcctB, luis mado an excellent a trade ut Hickman uIiuohI Tliry aru a toalllvo euro for lyspe psla. Tho town of Newhern, Dyer njuired "emancipation day" Vjatulcncy and Constipation. by the'luto Dr. Corbott. oMccr, mul his successor, Mr. celebrated county, was ihited Uy a dirtawtrous phenomenal, and tho chief vxnw Wo guarantee tkcta. i5 And 0 cents. Wednesday. Thoy wero out in 3ieachnm, is a young man of coutluratlon hist Friday morning,, of it pronperity Iuih boon the full and chilJ. CO VG ILL. Druggist. fairness, courage, and all the dren,fmce men womenwitli and of ilclroiuc eight IiuaIucha houses, keooinjf lil gooiU of the kind mid iu irav colors, music reiiuiuitcs, also, to mnkc a good pcopto unUd, with mom of their contents, and M"11''' Tho Stnte Democmtic Com- ti warranted, Is becauso It la tbo best and dancing, in buggies, hacks nnd j (selling ut pilccd tlmt jtiBtiflcd tho mittee has requested Col. Powell, Mood Preparation known. It will poM. one. several reidilencet. wagons, and a well prepared barMood Iiismeff, purifies home -- At. olmnce say tlmt a wo. ! people tu btiyiucnt (). Mrin pref of Henderson, tho distinguished lively euro alland thomnbly1nlM up tbo .. becue. Tho occasion was well and tbo 'V.n .nnl..u.,ln,II nC 4l.v whole system, Luz. Powell, to son of wo guarantee It, ro;' out , e a ' o onlorlrcomlnelod ns a whojo, but iiinn in utj- much like u kit! p, , U irv n the lilKh htmul. stump die First District in behalf constitution. Kcmembcr, w hi... jnn rnnio lo think of it. 8 ho jsomn slight disturbances in the ..:..,..! ,, , )f MJ1 bo low. J. W.COWGILL, Druggist. ...!.. l lie t , ... a., iFVliii uimn mhti ii... in ' i rvvuii ' . .,., 0 ,,0M80 r.n...n .f .1. ... . tho Presidential ticket. Tho nliismiwiiv no ilim.nt.tly tlieii lio , nnnrovPtl liv tlin PrAftliloiit. uu" " 1,mu"a flUUIU Ui "' ..... hl,cc ,, oUn.lei of Democrats of the old Gibraltar Tho Couhicu is pleased to whleh provides that any postal jPC0Pie' biii.-iii- ih, hi.ui. ,uu cxj.oc. 1)n((Illcg(, trlll t0 extend its mlv District are hungry for some good inauguration of a new ii, nun iiuiia t ci. itagcp,aud keep up with the busi- Democratic speechep, just such as note the iu Hickman, which when earn, urniiy oiucruinuer upon ino nBH3RIATr iti!iUIIUULi industry - III f ft I u dl?0linni or outside cover of which If tho "color line" in drawn iu ' ness nrogtcss of tho duy. Col. Powell can make, and wo will tu operation will employ somo U5 envelone WILLUPKN A SCHOOL rnrRnyaMnil ! t nppeaiH anything which rcllocts T (firl on Monday, a..,A U.vi.ll..... I. .....lit! rocelvo him with an enthushism or 30 hands, and that is a factory injuriously upon Aui: 27ili. nt the '':'-B- f "'.,,,, tho person ud- - U II .. ..!.! L.. .. n. .1 rcupotiBiblc for it! Chu the color- - He will;'-"""- ; worthv of tho grand old party for for tho manufacturo of lino bugoj dtessed, or any one else, or upon Ioill-w)ms aoiiiii.I vil Uiau expect to ulu.,n cunt rHlroilw gy Bpokce. Mr, John W. Morris Ida character or conduct, or is and endtff action tn, wiM rlMtt.l l.y the ropT, UvuW which ho talks. ennrante'd. hiiIIii bhick umn'H volo and never ie Cl)l)iu t,H nclrrni to m ik ilini & Sou havo bought tho mill plant Terms ?2 00 and i: Oil per month. plainly calculated and intended to be answered by a solid white vote! tdrat of emef MngUimte. Mfcirlo ltlt r A andrellaWoMcdlcinMnrotucbost & Paker, East Hickman, LIUA U. LAXDilUM. injure his feelings or reputation, Ufr Iim bcn cit" th Kiplnut plaro, VJXVV todornduion. Ackcr'a Mood EL of Helm auglO tf Mrs. Ool, Underwood, of this, hf(Hiipoiilirrmeliclnoliiiio"cillimtl Ixlr has torn prescribed for years for fcllltn. and will add new power and now or biing him into discredit, or county, remembers tho CoUUtuniihe tuValcf n wruet tonU nui uerjilu nir!tteAoftboI31ood. luovf ryformofScrof. machinery for tho nmuufitctnro of threatens him, will bo excluded i in; Ki.KcnoK. JltUen ejeas, PypbllitlcorMcrcurialdlsMses, Ills spokes, iu addition to tho regular by ti banket of lilt iWftt Slid Invaluable. For Khouxuatlgm, has no equal. mill business. J, W. Morris is a from tho mails, and nuythlng In rtai ITCHt toinntncs, and other vcjrctn- - ad rrir iijwn VOTR roR IIICRIKF tho nature of an ofleiifiivo or tp.,uh1..nf .... . . Htonih an 'I KtilltCTn. m i. live, energetic and enterprising threatening dun apparent upon an ,1,V, CO WO ILL, Druggist. Lodgton , Johnson, 31; Winstead, 63. lues. inoiomaioeweroainrj;U i0;,IA,i,ir rr.?MrwaniaisMMI ritiaspji, and tho Couuicu wel- envelope, outside cover, or posCnyce Johnson, 110; Wimlead, 11. and lino as wo over saw. . "?" "n KiKtrt lir Jordan Johtmon, Gl; WhiMc.id, 18. Mr. S. Goldfarb,of tho firm comes him in our midst. Jiril AlwcurtM4 tal, or conveying tho suggestion A railway from Paducah lo nnt lw I no highly rertiiuiii H.ianfra Jnhnon, 44 Wiintnd, 1H. llMilnehe i"l I'linMipatioii Sa'Huellon of Goldstein & GoIdfarb,thoKcw tlmt such dun is enclosed, will bo HlcViuaii Cairo, to bo built on the Kentucky cuarftntrrtt. cr twwy refwinlwl Johnson, 3 l;Vnitttatl, 116. fico tc Jf. '. A ork Store, In now absent in ew npuded h side of tho Ohio, will aoou bo .nil 51 a: f. iv 1'asiH lrg htor. Jr.sua.1, 3C3. The Y .. York, Phihidclpliia and ioeto!t, MmhlJ HviMj Junlioutt, 7, WJiiplcnJ, 2 built. Tho ground has been mir soclntion meet at their Ilnll every r buying a full stock of dry good, Witutead, Total vote Johnson, 00veyou, right of way Ireely unnai The election Monday passed clothing, ladies and gents furnish- Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. One of the most delightful 407 Joluifun'a inajoilly, Ao, oil, and work for grading will be olT reumrkahly quiet, wilh n vory ing goods, boot, jyhoes, &c. Pyl tho meetings aro more of tho season was CiacUlT COURT C1.1CRK, great excltemeni nun couumum commouccd on tho ITdh inst. pecinlly for tho young men, the pven by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W, 1, McCutchcii received 1,111 volethroughutU tho buying for cash 'direct from tho eitiy.ens, both Indies and gentle- - King, at their hundsomo residence CS.S. WIUod.101. manufacturers, in these hrgo citTho It'opnldlcnnn drow 4i.'lv ft liuht I vote .v .mm.movm., l . .. l tiarfp I.I.U l..ffl.A ...I.. tlll'Ullllll 1.. COUUIV. ies, without uuv middle man. tlicvi mou, uro cordially invited to nt somo thrco miles from Hickman, . f Hrt4l TV. MUI,I llnA III 1UU n ni.ll ll , n i.. rrftiny evening ...iV9 ....w.;A. uii't mvni snerin eioci, iviiiif..ii. ii... i.. haudH down, and ho is a young expect to bo ablo to sell goods! tend these meetings every Sunday ftd music, social last. Tho delight Kir tho road lat, 'J02; agibwt theOTil. road ..t.i.v.iii, tin., convolution nnd tax, 023, Majority against the tai, on their chosen ground, and tho clicrp lo tho people, and to dory afternoon. man well worthy tho compliment competition. tho genial Iiospttality of Mr. nnd for Sunday afternoon Subject Mr. Goldfarb will FOR CoXjXAIU.j, result was DO majority fur tho among by tho Salvation past, prcBont, fiitutc. Mrs. King, nssisted by their win- - P. U. Stubliledeld waa elected Constable Democratic nominee. Let us hear naid him has been neoploand tals bo absent abut threo weeks. born ulmm ho nlug little daughter, Miss Lena, Intheoth dUtrlct, and Zack ltojvr Con Horn, v, no more of Paducah being a ed. Ills defeateil competitor, Mr. -Services to be conducted by W, mado tho evening ono of many stable Iu the 7th district. city. WliiRtcnil, is also a clover, worthy IVV VVTVV Actor's Uaby K. Young. treasures. Tho morry party con- Wo direct nttontinn to tho tand joil citizen, and many a vote Poother nt Laud. It U tbo only eafo iii:i. Jah. Ii FuoUAi Scc'y. stated of tbo best vonne ladica School advertisement of Mrs, Lida was cast for Johnson as a prefer- mrdlclno yot mado that will remove alt On Sunday morning, July SDtli, at Ihe 'nnd gontlcmcn of the country, and It contains no Opium 11. Landrum. - nncn that would have beon well Infantile disorders. ...,.,.,. family home,niir Iliekman, Utterly Uunn. ...... .. Mrs. L. is nu exlIl0 Ktnciiy presonco of Miss Mat- - aKedilyeiM nnd 4 montln, Utile aon of cr Morphine, but rIvm the child statural ticrlcnced teacher, and guainntees pleased if they could also have case ;vw pain, rtlco 25 conts. bold by ilL- Hcuauoi, Japer and Mnda IMAunU Who snvstho race of mothers " U0N? sntlrifactlon. Hho will teach In thelbcfiicutled llillio Wiustead. M Amt tJinric nnd Mr. Cam K Ice, This dear, dear chill, was Ihe hd of J. W.COWGILL, Druggist. who produce statesmen is oxtinct! scliool bouso formerly occupied hvirta nr bowand deviled Tho Clinton Democrats remnrks: Miss ijoim Jones, of Union Citv, ed in parent,ploom tlilr Ilttrklru4H Ariilm Snlr, becuwo by Miss Jossio Outtcn. thU aid Thorn Is to bo n grand Clove-A"nI bereavement- - The aympilhy of of many In tlic world (or On', i"l,1.Mr' ,b W W?: A Udy of Clinton, who was thirty nine Tub HmtSaLvk Wncrtrnucr. friend go to Ihem, but Knith and U'mo Klivum I vxer laud and Thurmnn barbecuo at1 ; ij i..m..m.iA "Mil .u.n.tM,;.. rdd. I. ..MNM Dr. H. T. O'Daniel, Secretary IlriilHrt. Horm. Ulcer. Vll ". Irtn. 'MIMIAJt .fi... H1J"HVPIII1P ., ll'iml-niipr, ..il Hoard Tiustecs, aulhorixes the. Irft . l'cttcr,allChupiKjl IVnntlntift, CIiIIMrh)4, WiilinglinnVs bridge, this county, tho lullfs nf houit. keeping'. OMU'ed her .uinaus iUUIIHO UUII HCim UUliiner only oin help to heal the wound faith nn.1 itI.i iii Jtitli. Tho, ciRlit children in gelling retdy for Sanday and Mr. KrilOSt LOO King, of lliok- - that they my meet their child fu thcgwnl on Thursday, August announcement that tho Hickman It no y curci Democratic clubs of Fulton, Hick- achool combed her hiMlnndV hair and pot nmn, woro ,ujv appreciated. Af-- beyond. Public School will begin on Mou live!)1iranlrclI'Hcv or prfrct rf(pilrcl. to mtUfndinn U j;ti prrpaicd her ''TUn rt iMl tr liiiti lnm man and Clinton, arc expected to hhii oil. then to teach fifteenown toilet, nnd Ior niirliiMnrr nf ntnn rnfrnqlunontM -- 7, day, Sept. 3rd, Instead of Aug. Utile fellows j.nV.n. or money refanilcil. I'rico 15 ccuti t"r Kot ttioti wptI Viii'lrvl with ttittk iralntimB in attendance in full dress. in the infant cla at half pan nine o'clock "'JJ a ir t. bo Ppy participants dispersed, iliin a Y't. ?M, mo h us formerly announced. bos. For nlo hy J. W, C'uivellli W IhuMflil tliou wpfl liut fjiinxit In iUi " Hon. W. M. Smith, District Elect-- ; la not thUa leMon to men who cannot fully realizing that "IncertuM est Mr. Jus. V. Connan, of tho or, and Hon. R. S. Murrell, and' even Ret ready for church at eleven .. un lonqa vittt future sit," Courier COPARTNERSHIP 1M0TICE. old Arm of J. V. Uornuiu c Co., lliu Tim lllekiiiioi Paluculi Intimate that other Democrutio speakers will o'clock?" . raHroml llekrunn mul now of llrookvllle, FlaM ban been IS lli:ili:i!Y OIVKS that tho people. Everybody1 Why not give this good mother's 1 lio Courier iniRht address U only ilcrplng 0 t Wninc0 flmclle. tho od- J. OoldAtein tins noclile'l with him Hpondlng several days iu Hickman nwAkti tlifl iMiterpri-- mid acq thit it invited, especially tho Wheelers unnio that she may have tho liom - ttnr of U(S Lal,0r Signal, died at wlf, a a partii'r, Mr H. liohlf irb, for the with old I'ubioidi Xrn, n IU rfiillly.- this weok who will havo n representative ago and honor duo so good imlhumpolis, Intl., Mondsv night. purporo of conducting a central mcrcau-lilft lends, all of whom wcro glad to wonmnI rail- among tho speakors of tho day. Wo nro going lo havo tho b'islncM at Hirkriin, Kr nnd that Capt. Gruoilo onco visited Hick- & kco him. road from Cairo to Memphis m l,,iU, w"Cii pratii! . lecturer of the tho stylo of tlielirm will bo (lahNteln g . imotlior lnrco trflo vrllu flnr Tlirott ppnflllli11P- -. ftll,i OoldfarU n , Prof. V. P. Hughes, pilnelpul Hickman, or the road fiom Padu- WiVlO v Mtig DUcoso. If you havo' nml iiPiiut iLLineii, of MntA antl S( t - Store Mr proprietors of Ihe New York A'vW nu no Ooliln'ctn rcturni thinka to of Iliekman High School, who, cah via Hickman to a connection (I UOUgll or uoiu, ur mu tuuurvu viv llmit.Mii. .it MrR.Jn.ms' ......... ... Will U0 roillCinliorOt Uy lllllliy lie thn publlo for the liberal paironago (.V ......vu .'ww. wbero JUIl Hill Mlllliinrv va s rt.....:..rti., I,. .! among Iiiih boon spending with tho Cotton Holt and other threatened with Crou p or Whooping Cough, exteniled, and prnmNv by tho new with his wife, milU I" - "..!!.,.. roadfi.nnd Pad- - uso Ackcr'a KnglliU ltcmcdyund prevent HAAAii. tho vacation at his fathei's home, "ul,ul" amoclatinn nu lncreited atock, Inrtter fti Ilnd something to please thu a posltlvo furtbor trouble. It cllltici, and belter lurgaln "SpOCtcd by all. Water Valley. Kv., linn returned ducah can pitch in and help us, or and wo guarantoo It. laTrico 10 and cure,' toHto nnd miMo. flomo nnd Wvo 50a j. unuufiTEi:;. ....-- . ,.....w...... to tho citv. Prof. Hughes' school bo loll out. mat's tuo situation. lllcVmin, Ky., Ausun 1, UN. The river is very low. your onlcitfi J. W.COWGILL, Drtiggkti LHHIi Iiibt. w nut no you my w it, mv. cwh r will open Monday week, . 1 Baraips. JNO. W. MORRIS Prop's, 'issue. Parties desiiingto taken policy on their lives would do well Wo would direct attention to tho advertisement of tho old nnd i clialdo Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York, in this s 2; A - mirnm in 1)j:aii:ii I B & Si S Ss r. J. aHMVWM Bugg es, 2 j1, r 8C ? $J O "5 I JE5 H K MEAL. i O 2SL AtgijtloeyY ::!;;i. Fancy !.- -. I - -l-j S:h::I tiu h, ! IT I HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. J I Fri-dn- j Cor-bel- FUBNITUP.E, j obtain-fricnd,d- BuennnmmMHiCTia JfuKureT inBl-i0- ad-iios- CS TBPIIENS & H1YLER, DtlALKHS - lt IN . flrtu-uea- s, i Furniture and IIICIOIAXi AUK WErcduaM Maker's Ms, KENTUCKY, Furniture at grealiy YaSIISTAND3 WAHDUOJ1KS, fc ,,,, ,, K ox-Co- .., ,,,-j.- . j"K Trice. all eradra "f IMahi, Medium and Fine We c.irry n full line, at all thuca, of TABLES, IWREaUS, CUAlHSi ROVKEHS, -- !.--. ;' CHAMBER SETS ilATTi:i:SSESt SWINGS, $:., Uf a irlal and he convinced. And we Ruarnnlee our prices to be die lowerf I1 corujc R3- Wo are headiuartcrJ on VXHFMTAKER S (WUfrX, nnd duroiwt tbion in this line. We carry a large line of Wooden nnd Metallic Uurial Cases. V& Jtepidring and Job Work a specially. - (ile ). m EXjI - BXjES tt E!-- cr f-- PtfU-Ba- BBS7AE8, - ' i e. Has a splendid slock of the very bet make- of all kinds of Hardware which nro offered at OXF PKICE, and that tho very lowest the market it:3t:ilc3. All "Odft guaranteed to be exactly as icprefrcnted. I -; HOOFING A SPECIALTY 111 ' i'"l . t Iiw LI?ii; HICKMAN, JUSTOPr-H, Stable, KENTUCKY, out. Zinc, (Corner of Jackon and Kentucky Street...) - - - J - with ft STOCKt out nnd Patronigoaollcited. tthdi KICjS for bi3 , 1 S-- KINGMAN octUJ & BOMAR. -- ML u it-- o ' Prug-gl- I i ft THE OLD RELIABLE! G1IAS. A. nOLOOAIBE, -- c ni;AM:u is hnud-fihuklu- , BUUGS. HBDKHN8I, FAINTS Ul DmUillS, irjr-.inB- i ..., here-tnfor- o trans-MinsNsIn- cye,;" !..... i t(i;?-r- l ff .v 3T ; ir iinyim! 4 i mii PNimSSp1; IWnWWMiiM tj.ugwminag articles containing tbo poison by which they nro caused. it Is to bo specially urged that children be vaccinntcd nt an early ago, and thus bo pro tcctcd from that dread disease, small pox. Tl other causes of death of children, 1S rfc., Inflammation of tho lungs nnd dlar- htral diseases niay no largely prevented by precautions In regard to cxiwsuro and diet (ireat carols noedel with littlo children, to provide them with proper curruiNo. babo Is heat. Tho first want of a It la unnblo to supply sufficient beat to keep Itself warm, even when heavily dollied, hence constantly In bed with Its mother during tho first week nr two of llfo, tho room It Inhabits must bo constantly kept warm As tho child grows older, and Is placed, as It should always Ih to alecp by itsolf, It w HI often, by lis restlessness, become uncovcicd nt night It should slrvpin night dresses of flannel, preferably mado n ono garment and sewed up at tho trattom, so tho fcut can not become uncovered. Clothing for children should always be y rnmlovory loose, glvingthelrllmbsandlungs free movement It Is when children nro old enough to walk nnd bo out of doors, that the greatest care Is demanded for protecting them by proper clothing. It Is at this age Majortfcncrals. that deaths so frequently occur from acute of tho lungs and Inflammatory affection THE DOWERY FIRE. lfr this Is undoubtedly duo tn exposure nnd Int -, the ltnlnproper dress Orw must bo Ukou to clothe rmt.ir n. simuiaf. Two More llwllfs Taken Prom Known to tho limbs and chest warmly. Mothers arc Makhis; Nineteen Itlio ure No arrangements havo yet born doter llrtse Itpeit Killed, often negligent in this resoct, nnd children mined up" n regarding tho time or place of report of tho may frequently bo non In tvld weather, New YoiiK, Aug. tbo (tcnerarft burial. additional bodies h.vol)Ocri finding of two clothed in heavy skirt nnd drvcs but Tho following oftloUl bulletin was Usued conflrmct One of thorn had so entirely with legs and nork coin junt lively bare. midnight: to tho Associated Press at It should bo remembered that In most lost semblance of human shass as to bo mis- 'Oenerut Sheridan died at 10:20 yrterday taken for a roll of burned clotn it was houses In winter, a cold stratum ot air Is tc of death was passed by under that Impression Friday bo found near tho floor, nnd hence. Infante evening. Tho linmodlalocauso failure of the heart. Tho remote cause was night. The bodies lonim fcaiumay muruinjr placed on the floor may bo greatly exposed dicncof tho mitral nnd aortic valves, tho wcro taken to tho morgue, and tho firemen. to cold In a comparatively wann room. existence of which was known to hi having overhauled tho building from collar CLEANLIXrSS nnd to his family tn riMf. left it In chanre of thn lire lntrol. physicians, to hlinao-UAttention must bo given to cleanliness, In November of last year. Tho mm plica Shortly N'fom noon Lawyer Stem, who and children should not bo allowed to sleep havo been owned tho building, npioarod on thosccno tlons which havo occurreJ In soiled garments. Clothing worn nt nlghi nervous, exhausting pulmonary Inactions, and requested the tiremen to make another should be shaken and thoroughly aired pneumonia, pulmonary irjor a, onat doubly sure that no when removed In tho morning. Tho cloth foarch, so as to make and hemorrhaees. Tho last day of bodies nro In the building This will bo Ing nnd napkins soiled by tho discharge o! his llfo was somewhat restless, but no morn done. Mr Stern Is making arrangements younar Infants should be re mo veil nt once, several timoi since his tobury all the victims nt his so than be has nnd not used again until washed nnd f heartfallum anlval. At U:30 symptom He eays that this is least he can do for tho thoroughly dried. The washing and airing appeared. Tho remedies which relatives of tho unfortunate victims. suddenly should not be dono In tho nursery or living had hitherto been successfully used were Inquiries vveromade of the puln-- for Abrarooms vigorously nnplM but proved Ineffectual, ham Schneider, w ho Is missing It Is almost Unless children are very feeble thry and he sank rapidly, dying pulnlossly at the certain thai he I among the dM who wcro should havo frequent baths, except whn hour named. taken to the mfirguo Friday night, A otherwise directed by tho phisieiafl. If HnncnT M. OUtEULr, (Signed) brother of a young tailor named Levin mado they nro too delicate for a full btth, spong Surgeon IT H. A., Washington. Tho popular Inquiries concerning Levin, who, ho said, ho Ing should bo substituted. MaTinnwa, Assistant Hurgeon IT H A. imis Hint uif ;y cldMrcs arc t!w has nnt awn since tho tiro. Tne poiico Ills enso is certainly not true in regard to nursing was Impossible to obtain an Interview It that he is one of tbovlcttms. with any of tho inmates of the Sheridan is an exceedingly sad one. IIn wife nnd Infants. cottage or with nnyono likely to bo In- little child are now on tho o can en routo to Tho factor of greatest Importance) to the as to the Incidents attend Join him In this country formed health of children Is their ing tho funeral's death as all roon ami rrriuso. There are nino unidentified bodies at tho to talk to the reporters. A telenspcclally Is this truo of nurdlng and morgue, victims of tho fliv. Nearly nil of sentto Now Hedford at midnight tho unidentified IkxIIcs nre burned beyond gram was children under two years of age, Tho onl for un undertaker who will omhalm tho nny hnpo of recognition Hyman Graft, tho tint i' ml and best possible food for an Infant body and prepare It for conveyance to tailor who lost his wife and two children by is breast milk. If tho mothcrhaaasufllcknt Washington. Colonel Kelly, who Is now In tho fire, was a pitiful object as he went supply and is In good health, or If a suitable Washington, was telegraphed to start for from ono blacx mass to tno oincr in arvii wet mirt wn bo heeurcd, nothing but breast Nonqulltat once nnd bilng with bimthe ot tbo bodv of bLs wife milk and pure water should b given the (Irnerars uniform. As tboro Is no teleHo was auro bo rccogivltod It In ouafof tho child for thn first flvo or six mouths. The graph office at NoiKjuitt, which is sevrn charred bodle. but a lady friend havg In child Is cry frequently Injured by overfeed Ing. A feverish child, craving water. Is miles from this city, and not a single formed him there wcro corsets ou ib It is extremely dimvultto cbtala and as ho knew that his wife wro often given an Inordinate supply of food, by any details. none, hcsaJly concluded that the body was nursing, to quench Its thirst Many things the bo sketch or nis urr, cause children to not Item. He was about . trc when a wuifoii utuvc vp to leave morgu'd beside hunger as n rule, for thocry nndtwo (ienersl Philip Hcny Mirrnlan .vlth alwM; llrst eothss; nnd, lit Alhsnr. N. Y, Martli fi. IMS. His parent rulna Haturday anra'P', month they should not bo nursed ofiener from tho were Ir1b nnd cainn to this country shortly than once In two hours, and older children prior to the birth of the (leneral. He graduated which ho rccognltiHl as that of bis v ire Irom the Military Academy at Wrrt l'olnt In 1 his Is tho woman which Friday nutfclrc net so often. From tho first, children should I Ml. Immediately upon hi pnnlua'lon ho was ports ho nursed les frequently at night, and the said gnvo birth to a child while appointed to I Second Lieutenant or th) In lier burning room, but an eliminamother must not sleep w Uh her child at ths Tnlrteenth Infantry ani served on the frontier country. In this service he tion proves tbo report uutruo. snd tn tho Indian breast. rote ml the whole couniry from Snrnmenlo to After the flrt week or two tho child VnncouTfr II sm emmlfoned Colonel of The Clone nf a Mrunc Mf should always sleep by Itself. Tho mother the frerund Mirhljron C walry May X 1!. diould carefully guard her own health, sr rved at ronimlisnry tn the previous Mls thlr-tWasiiinotox, Aug. fi A man about Istlppl campaign He Uld good icn teeon the out two cars of ago was picked up on tho utdnj? such diet a best agree with her Who skirts otthn Army of iheuhloandwasappointod to command tho Klerenth Division of that street hero ycstcnlny morning by the puhvu should not glvotho breast to tho child when nor army October 1. 1MU. II commando this nnd wns taken to tho hospital, where ho she Is greatly fatigued or dlvlffon In tbe battle of rerrktlle,sn impo tant died soon after. Death was caused by tho when suffering under great excitement t lion In which we lost nearly four thouand rollL men. He commanded a dlrUlon ct the Army sovorohcaL It appears that ho was for from any cause When the mother's of tho Cumberland fn tbuTfnncMce csmpahtn years In tho United Slates nrmj. an that Is Insufflcient, or the child, for any reason, of Hofcerns, nrd wns enRag.Mln ttto biittlnttf enser tho can not b$ nursed. It will ba necessary to fought alo ho was discharged last Junuary htono Kneror MuifreentHiro. Ho name of Frederick McCuIlock. It also ap resort to artificial food. This Is always an nt the battle of ChlckamauK't. n at In the operations about Chaltsnooffa. and at tho biH'o of !4rthat his real nauio was Philip Irving evil, nnd nothing but necessity should cause MUlonory HU?f. In all thofte hard flchts ho was nnd that bo waa a tnembtr of a a mother to resort to It The ono factor of enly rotng thnuili his apprenticeship and In Thurbcr, greatest Importance In Infant mortality is 4It is sail thtm he nsd the attention of triPCoraini man" prominent Detroit family.hla havinfr ho dlnrrmeat dilates, and thceo mora frekilled wbowas aoou to command the Union arm 1. joined tho army because o quently occur In children wholly brought April, imii, Ornnt ha. Inij tieen ansfgncd to u man in SU lours. In lomarssoio ivsnuan th supreme command of nil th armies, Urn up by band. When breast milk can not bo ho would neith rralHIirridan wasn1pnedto th command of ty of tho deceased waa that had, cow's milk, properly pyeparcd, offers r pervert Arn.i of the Potomac, er resolve nor write letters. If letters rutaiiv the best substitutn (Inut care should bo In lhatiTitlmi throush the Wilder and handcsl to him ho would tear them lip with nf campafen. In the Wilderness buttles his out larusal. These fucts about thedul exercised to secure pure milk from healthy, wasthn part of tn army that was always In man were told bv n member of tho Third Ar wett-fecows, Hits In vt lutpwiUncc, asd contact with tho enemy lis anUrftv. his energy, his lepless lciUnrc went bero tillery, now stationed nt tho Washington ar. SuStild not be negated C7TT7 lie was here pitted Tho milk should Iw obtained as fresh ns pyalnst fJfnrol Jrh Stuart tho famous cavatry polMc Mnd kept la a reel piae In command, r of I ce s anry, and the e inefjurnce Porter's Noinlitatlmi Seems Certain, clean vessels. H would bo belter, was that for the frt tim In the h'trref hmarital acticmJcli Stuart bad untrrmly tho Indianapolis, Aug. 6 Tb urium.J fur perhaps, to Invn'Mlaielv lwil tho milk, cs wry happy for the tho nomination pfA.fi. 1'orterfor Uoyer- - pocluuy In hot weather, when liable to rapid wnrntef It. It was neer rnemytohare hheridan In Iront, and hi presNever keep milk in damp, ence onthlsoccailon was vry espenahe for It nor has becotno overwhelming, uml it Is the decora positlou cost I.ee one of his mot eftocllve and capaMo prevailing opinion that bo will certainly bo moldy cellar, or In those containing delieutenants. Rrocral Jeb Stuart was kiiud In made tbo cnndld.ito. iir. IL H. hMoM, who caying vegetable or other matter. Nelthet acoIlUlonot hit forces with one of liihljn kept In sleeping rooms, iegmnts In a buttle near Yellow Tavern. Vlr Is at tbo head of tho movement tu f ju him ehou'd it lv Inhabited. It should I" or lhoe rememrlnift. May II. )&l. In Fhrtdan raid round Into tho rar, says that WW delegates tad up constantly Irfe a rrn.y to cut his communlrations, Stuart to lust night pledged themselves tu vote for bered that nothing so readily collects und eneoutilerel him at tbe place nnmod Onuof him. Two more candidates Ira J t'has-- j preserves filth of all kinds, as milk. Cow's rhtridan's restments charged through Stunrt a to lln. aid Stuart with alKjiitfifiy men held a and John M. Ilutlcr havo nnnounced their milk, be to fitted for food for oung Infants f, to must diluted, from the flank of thn thinTlng rertment. .villlngness to stop asldo so that Porter's He endctvored to capture a dismounted dritroon nomination may Ins madounamlmnus, and It and slightly awectcned and salted. and th) diajonn shot him Sherldin wai en For diluting tbo milk, barlry-watc- r only person not Ir gsred In twelre battles while oa this four Is now claimed that tho much better than pure water, acting both as moulhVUiiir of cavalry duty. nffnvtd to yield Is Colonel. It. S. Hobertson. August 4, Ihm, Orant appointed Sheridan to Nothing has been aald by Oencral V iter a diluent and as n food. It may bo prepared command the army of the Hhenando.ih Valley, by boiling a tablespoouful of ground barlej This was hh'Thtin's Ural fndfp?ndnnt tim relating to tho nomination since tbe of his last letter, but tho fact that In n pint of water for fifteen minutes, and niaiid. Ho hud x.as iarastry as cnrfMlly straining thpwijrh a doth It t Hemsnrnverert Fairly up tho allex, and then bo has not rcnfllrincd his deftMiUu 1 retired as Karly received reinforcements. to buy tho whole barley, which much Aueukt wiis consumed In tbst way and in Hep taken as a causo for hoiefulucsi. nay bo suflleiently ground in un ordinary tembcr the two armies were fare to face at Tho proportion of barley water Winchester,. On September 19 Early sent A Fatal Powder ISsplosIniu tart of bl left wine toward Martlnshurv. to be added will dejend on tho ago of the hlieriuAn Immertlotety h Oruuuiun BtuxiNaiiAM, Conn.. Aug. od child. atlarked hltruhotdnz to ratrhhlm t through carelessness In nrrartjfi viat vi This food must bo given TanUKC. Karly,hoever,had tlmo Ui recall his n rock-cu- t nt Kuuantuek. about If our miles vals, and to yuung tufunts nt regular Inter men una inae a good nxhu in wntcn b" vrH liouM bo almln north of hero, on tho extension of tho Utcrcd blood wann, through a mining dectslrely beat n aim his army smt southward ah'.rllnir through Wlnrheater' In a rout. Derby railroad, ncancontalniugtwenty-flvtin. A Plain bottlo of amall slzo should b Karl j ret rented up th alley to Fisher s Hill, imundsof powder exploited In tno arms of used, with a nipple, avoiding Ion ruhliei suppofed to bo an (rapreirabls) o(itlii Hherl-da- Autoulo Dcvllton, an Italian, aged nineteen, tulx?s, and bottlo and ulpplo must lo kept uftall?d it and routed him out again killing him Instantly Dennis Sullivan, tho scrupulously clean. a brilliant uctlon, after Sheridan hut Miiashed Kirly He row prn-- gang boss, was blown out of tho cut nnd Pieparo enough milk for ono meal, and , eeled to omy out ano htr iMfnt of his If any remains feodlng, empty at one whlrli tva tndestror every thing In the down nn embankment, landing on broken and thoroughly after tho bottlo scald hbfiandoih Valley that the nUI army could rocks Hfty feel below His eyes weroblown If tho child thrives and gains nnd nipple weight ot ncircely Itveon llsfnm that h vallry wai a comfort out, throat burnod so ho could to tho Confederates I.ee (ould send an Invad-InUrp, yet bo this diet, nothing else should lo given it fot column on Ms way tu Maryland ilown the val breathe, and ho had Inhaled tho team. Hti food for the llrst six or seven months. A less quantity of water, however, should I ley wllliont upplteaf nnd It could live on thn walked about two miles, lo get a was conveyed to tho train hero and taken to added to tbo milk n the child grows older mini try Theio was pnitu and fonga fur th horkev,anl catt.e for the men In that always hU Francis' Hospital, New York. Tho rct Iflhorolsn tendency to constlpallou, oat fertile n k'lou hhcridnn tniwlr It mi thut a i row of tho Italians luimodIntd truck. nnd any meal gruel, mado In tbo samo way as the f)l goverwnuMhavo tncirrr UK rations, barley.wntrr, only boiled for a longer time, they will do no more Sunday work on th Hheridan then itarted for Waslrngtou lo conmay bo used to dilute the milk. If this foof' sult with the uuth'itltlei on his future nper roaa, docs not agree with tho child, something stioni, and bffnro his return occurred the sur m prUenKVdar Hun. At daylight on tho nnh of L'nrle.lohti ltoblnsoii, the Showman, IMcs. else must bo substituted, and in such case n physician should Iks consulted and pro Orichtr.Wil, Karlycame down on the redcrnl ramp at iVitar I 'reek, it wan n perfect sur- scribe Its diet Do not trust to Infant fooi's Cimihsati, August A. Undo John army was swept away from its tho cteran showman, died at his sold In the shops, without his advico. rsl line pell mell. It forrnrd a new lino hut homo at eight oVlock Batnrday morning Children from nino to ten months of agf could tun hold It It forratd another and lost may bo nltownl a greater variety of food that lly tlto llmi It had manKed In any a surrounded by his family Ho was eighty but milk little the udv.in" of th enemy U found that thn twojears of ago, and was unconscious in of their should still form an ImmrtuutpaH diet camp was la Its h nds. and It had been driven uUdjIng moment. Tho disease in which ( ahk rrom ivscnoini nuion wun yreat loss unQr if nor wmtiu'h. boauicunilrtKt at last was dropy. The Man was In WlnchfaUr wlun 'Jto battle bdfan flrcat caro Is required In tho diet of chilHe was Informed that artillery tire was heanl, left property valued at 3,WM w'- - ,l0 dren during tho extreme hot months. It l but u Maed It to he only a rccoonolitamo un ov.noil real csUte nn nearly every atreot In of great Importance ut this tlmo to keep til about two a m , when; ridlnc through Win children oool. Tho coolest room In the ku " Chester, he heard tho ore so peisutent, heavy ims city, nearly fourteen year houso should bo assigned for their sleeping and tierce us to convince him that a battle was built Uoblnson's Opera Houso,whlch ho deroom, and they should bo given a bath In profTTM, and rldmtf only to the outer cdzo al red to leavn as a monumeat of himself. bod time. During tho of the town, he nvst our army train In retret. Since thn that tlmo he hai never gono on tho they should bo lightly clad, heat of wouldday And then ho began tho famous ride, and that and It lie beating ot Iuly hoofs on the Vatly piUn roail with hU clrcusbut has rentals wl at well nlso to giro them ncnol sjiongo bath that echoes jot "down the corridors of homo to look after hlvpropcrty and enjoy llfo If a child Is seized with dlarrh(ra, keep It Away he went for the front time.' quiet, In a cool place, nnd look carefully VV and hsruly drew rein till he reached It. quietly. to Its diet, which It would be well to reduce a little before noorr having hud a gallop of A Ilewtrurtlra Htorm. for a short time. If It does not soon got nearly three hours, and the whole army was better, send for a physician, and wild wlih drllghl when the bojs saw him riding Caiho. Hi.. Aii7 n a irriflo wind and the child medicine without his do not give sanction. aioou ine unra 'lueyauew wnai ni coming Finally, whoever would raise healthy taeftbt snd he Interpreted them urlyht whin he rn'n storm prevailed hero yesterday lor answerta as ne mo. "ever raiuo, uoja, we ll nearly an hour, which dkl considoruuiouuio" children must bo doubly guarded a to tho pu tou.rlB;w.,,i cleanliness of his house and surroundings ,y an,J jSReK's ovh, rivcrf 1 ho little one suffer first from unhoilthj buttle with tho staunch and unconuuerahlo b,'nv al t,i0 In surroundings, and tho bouse, from garret to hour for ten rulimtfa, and tho ralu fell Slitbrorpa,andthercmtjaDtiorthfKlt:iiteei)th bo clean and woll ulrcd Have and Nineteenth i orps uid Merrllts Cavulrv toncnU. Hundn-dwere blown cellar, shouldsinks, of , un eye to all bath tubs, ,7.! juitlntimeiobo ready foruuHherudvuiice or ,iown ,u nil HUaof Ihacllys ul femwa tc , maklngsuro, by repeated examinations, the aneinv. Upuu Shtridan a now line tho rurmy wn 'e no liuprraaiua, snd when they fcwiauU awnings wero strewn along tno that tbo air of ) sur dwelling Is not being were rsady to te It up hs was read to o walks, Tho roof of the enirlao room of tho poisoned by escaping sewer gas. Keuiovo Z,.!Lt uml forward. An adrame. of the whole line m. ware- - tilth of all kinds from homo, cellur, and orderrd close uioy the htei of the repulsed ,", .!,!? v"lo,V xnn T trorv0' V ..et yurd; bo sunt iourdrinklng water la pure, were blown down fit tho Up l nemy, and tho totul nmt of Ilarl) s army Mas f tho citv On tlm river a bargo of coal iii.dnotcohUtnluatftd by leaching from any the ronsequenu. vault For tbii victory ha rorelred tho thanks of containing 1G,(jo bushels belonging to tlm ceas pool or privy only put your own nous You should pot ' Oonrreis, andthoPrrsldfot made hlra a.Mo'or itrowna nf 4 lttilurgb( was broMn In twa end prtmtsca In prorsr condition, but Insist O.d Abs ' roif that ins promotfon Ucntrsl tbst ywniifuWatMUkiwUti illikl7i mUttsry lalli t w nuA MM rK rH IfUVhsJ new-bor- andjustconfldenee In tho courage and patriot Ism of your troops dlnlaynt by you oa tne ",h of October at Cedar Itun, whereby, under b'ealngof rrorldeneo, your routed annr reorganlred, Tho anllnnt Goldtcr Passed Awny and a brillianta (treat National dlaasterav--'"" ' letory achieved ov er the Sunday Night for the third tlmo la pitched battlo within tb.rty davs. Sheridan aflrrwant Joined Oeneral clri army at City l'ulnt, from wheceo he stat At 10i30, fliirwiinilrrl by lll rainlly Marchi5, H.Vto strike the uoal hlowf'f,Tl1 I.hiJ nmt 4 ftiiOtlen overthrow of Iee a armr of Northern Vlrvis'-HLlfo lull nf Nisliln nutl foiuht thn battle or Dinwiddle rurtll '0 March al, and that of Five FoTka, April I JTo'a lliroic Dceils. Five Fork at this tlmo ho sent Attnl U (rial that ho Nltorcd sn Important baVW mtchl p be, won "If things were pushed " and tlrant nt niS IAHT MOMENT. Mm tho most famous of nil the inllltarf 1st n He pushed them H les "rush thlnps," Tfovjt'iTT, M.i., Auc rt.- - Ocnoral Shcrl-Uniiwith his Atm:JUtf. in. ycstonlay. Thcro were nttncUrd front, am; cavalry, Custer. I""' with the whole Fifth i iuvik in alerts of lir.trt falluro nt 0:;k, prnvioiw lo on ueo s npni nsnv, nnn smnsnrt ' vlilrh thcro hadbocn nounrmornblo Inillca" thlntr President Lincoln tcleffranhed from t linn. Th (IriuTulhivl 1ecn somewhat rest Point to Wathlngbin that nlghli 'Sher iu' all w' lr on nrvntinl of llio heat, but cemed gen- cnTairynu'i inranirs" nivn carno'l Inrantn s them, capturlnu three bricules of erally hriplil nml rlicurful joMcrdny. Ills wagon train, and sovcrat balfrles of artllit rr voice xa atrotiv, bo took full nourishment Tliis was the last real battlo of the war. for li nrmy ends wltb ttchtlmr and lopt ocmMor.ally imtMial. Tliottodors story of history of I,ce'a tho army of Nortfc ws Fork. A nnd tho family wcro In hopeful aplrtta. Sirs. Virginia Fire Sheridan constantly attackoi rj fled Hhorldnii ami tho doctors went to tho hotel hirraiedlt uutll Its surrender at Appoinitwi fnrauppor at oven oVloolt and on return April 8, 1R0X (lenerat Sheridan was assigned to th" e,m for tho nlsht Inc the usual prvprlloi n; the military were inaJo. Colonel Sheridan auld ''good manci and of that OivImuu of tho Kouil"" Junes, of tho utf June I lk night" to hU brother about 'J '20 and went I nder a new reorganization of tho tnllltarv J s departments, he was nlcnedntn ' trlcts and to tho hotel. sfld ' (lulf August Oepartment of No HpprehcnMou va felt. When tho bad March, 1W7. to the Depirtment 1. isnr UJ" tho of the M fymptim nppoircd Dra. Matthew nnd where he continued until March, lnw, W"" py of sbenrmn, ho Ixnum L ' ,trn O'Ketllv oppllod tho reme11M which had the been effective In former attacks but they ant (icneml, aud assumed ennraaot'"' ftl! Western and Southwestern military d.'-'now had no effect, and tho General gradual- with hcaipiarfrs at Chicago. ly annk Into complete unconactousneat, end Comrreas psssed an ir On June!, , Ing In tho quiet cessation of life at 10:20 1. Tlvlnij the grado pf 'Oencral of the m. Mrs. KhnrWUn, tho Maters Mahanand which by special limitation had lapsed sire' in" and th ooneral Klein, death ofSherman timnt Presidentretlrn ltrlT tluMlnlan, and tho body-servan- t, (Icneral The Imm' wcro present during tho General's last mo- sent to tho Senate the nomination of J" r,u Sheridan to that position and it was st nee ment. unanimously confirmed. The cooudIm promptly made out and oMctolly pTescniod' ne a (leneral, and from his sick bed ho chef of thanks to the lreident ml Ueua 1 general order announcing his staff. . WsstttxoTov, Aug. IV With tho t!ib General Sheridan tbo rauV ot utcnant Ucnenvl lajises, Tho command of the amy of tho Unltctl SIaW falls to tho rank of Major Oencral. Thcro are now thrco Mujr Schoflcld, Ocncrals Ifmvnnl nnd (.'n.ik,v (Icncnil Schoficld's bc- Inc tho ranking oiv' senior appointment. It, Congress should create thepositionof Mcuten- ant Clencral, tho ap pointment would bo ma otn stnonern. rnndo by the President from tho list of SHEKIDAN IS DEAD. lnrprtwl 4 VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS A FARMER'S IDEAS. Itrgnnllns; the Care and SUtiageinent of Why One of lows'i Most Faithful tie pub Iiifniits nnd Young (lilldrrn. Dean farmer rnlltlclaiis Will Torsaaa circular, Issued bv tbo thn !) O. 1. A Homespun Argument The following of Considerable Force. Secretary of the Ohio State Hoard of Health, I have boon watting for eomo ona t applicable to nil sections: Thousands of children dlo every year from with moro ability than I possess to 11 Is In proper cure Ami bad surroundings. lo bomo of tho misrepresentation;! cs' Imntcd that out of ono hundred which tiro constantly being published ch Idron, from forty to fifty will dlo before the close of tho fifth year. That a largo pro In reference, to our protoctlvo tariff, u.rtlsacf thdnalhs could be prevented, Is and 1 think tn most caos not Intenwrll established, and tho Stato Hoard of tional; nnd it Is with great reluctance, Health has presented herewith, In rlmple as woll iw regt'ot. that I urn compelled form, Instruction for tho care nnd mannjro-nieof children, which, If followed, will be to tnko up my pen and nntugonlzo tho precious policy of tho Republican party, for 1 tho uirHiiicf Javlr.g each ro-p- ly Hvc-bor- pneumonia, bronchitis, otc,, and dlarrhaal dlensca, nro the main factors In producing a lives, In seeking for tho cause of this excessive Infant modality, wo find that tho acute In. fectious fevers, such as measles, diphtheria, small K)x, scarlet fever and whooping cough; Inflammations of tho respiratory apparatus, er""y it Small-poT- , nro to bo provonted by avoiding exposure to theo diseases or to clothing or to other fever, diphtheria, etc, - 5.-- Tho It-e- ovvne-xpenso- pnii!t 1 reeov-ere- il hav-In- r v A 1 ovcr-hcatc- 1 1 i jtor-fect- ono-thI- one-hal- bttr cofTco-mll- l. crt tMrti. o bt c Instni'-tions- m Hob-lnio- .'aiiiS'SiJis Jm! il. watT-eIoseU- know It means well, nnd I am very proud of its past record, with this ono exception. Hut thcro Is a possibility of a party following old rut too long, as well as n farmer, nnd I think that Is Just what tho party Is doing on tho erans. During tho last thrco fiscal years of tariff system. It is with mo a very Administration, 1833, 1HSI doubtful policy under any circum- Republican 1SS, tho total claims for pensions stances or conditions especially un- and During tho were 191.W1 der our old eystopt, for It has been Hdiuuud years of Democratic Adminfirst threo robbing tho farmer all tho tlmo lo tho total claims admitted tho manufacturer, nnd why tho istration 359,152. That !, 1CS.231 moro farmers of this country havo sub- were pensions wcro admitted by tho Demomitted quietly so long to that unjust crats nnd tho excess of tho net increase eystcm is beyond my comprehension. 15,417. When wo eomo to tbe rather Clurkaou, of tho State Itcgis wa cwo, wo find of money In tcr, pays tho tariff puts twenty cents amounts Republican either out during paid per bushel on tho wheat nnd ten cents that the years referred to183l3,J9,i21G.-3- 1 threo por bushel on every bushel of corn In thoand tho Democrats paid out In the tho pockets of tho farmer. IIo knows thrco succeeding years $2l7,3W,757.aO bettor; or elso either ho or I U i per- or 1,000,5 10.09 moro than when fect ignoramus ou this bubject If it Co. were working Uio Tension did that, then I would havo no excuse Ocio for tho benefit of tho party. for writing this article; nnd yet he Slq General lllnck assumed charge clnlmt to bo working in tho In tores t of of the bureau 18,105 moro now names tho farmer. Hut I think If there wn wcroAdtlod to tho pen-Io- n IIt than ever a man who was all policy, ho is tbo record of tho lost threo years of ono; for I wroto a reply to his artlclo Republican Administration show, and ho would not publish it Nor will President ClnudnndVi record In penho publish any thing that reflect sions is one that should Iks rvnd by against tho policy of tho Ilepublic&n every American cltlren with admiraparty. Ho signed tho bill tion and esteem. fcvery farmer with ordinary Intelli- which Increased tho pensions of gence knows thnt his produce Is worth dependent relative of Union solin this country Just whut It is worth in diers to twelve dollars a month, a total Liverpool, les freight, commission and per year of tl,92:U64. Ho idgrned tho profit for handling, nnd at way will bo bill increasing tho pensions of maimed so on every thing that wo raise a sur- snd cripples soldiers, a total of $l,0!?9,-n.l- 6 plus of. For instance, wheat and corn por year. Tho Mexican pension in Now York nro worth Just so much act, which ho appro ted, gives to to Bhlp to Liverpool, Tho prico in tho pensioners tho annual miiii of Chicago la just whut It ts worth to 2,0S3,6S4. The arrears of ship to Now York. Wo get for it In act to widows from tho ditto of their Iowa just whnt it is worth In Chicago, hnafuiml'a ilontli. mvtjlt.itos tho IMIV So you can boo that our price are ment for lho preenl naj year of over fixed in Liverpool, right in frco trade Jt,00,000. Ho has signed, or permitKnglnnd, where wo havo to compete ted to become laws, 1,200 private penwith every other nation on tho faco of sion bill. During tho twenty-fou- r tho oarth, roars of Hepubllcun power only 1,521 Now this I not tho case with tho j ucVi hills lirenmn Inws. It is trv His prices nro not manufacturer. proio uml icforo tm5 present country. HOn of CosroM over in that f ovcr President Ho fixes tho prico himself, or his com- - rovclana wiu iavo hgn&, or allowed Is blnation does, and our tariff rystem ta hcromo lttW,t mom prhaie jwiieton responsible for all thoo monopolies and 'Mll3 lhnn M h,5 prrfoccgra trom trusU. They wcro all born and rocked Uncoln to Arthur havo done. And 3d Inthocrudlo of protection. It neems R cpuWCan jjenators and Keprotenta-l- o mo If It Is such a good thing lo shut UvcSf orffan9 um, umpKsikers. dem-ocompetition from foreign countr cs, j lobbyists, have the eflrtat- uoenM it suum uo sua lur una iio iv suu to cnnrg0 Inldcnt Clevelnnd with out competition from other States, and ndlfTcrcnco toward the claims of Union also ono town against other towns. veterans. When such a chargo is mndo Wo havo Rcvcral flouring mills in this in tho presence of an old soldier of the country that need protection against .vll wur, wo would ask him, ns a mat-- r tho Minnesota and Knnsas flour. let of Mtnpln justice, to hurl tho sub--, your city council go to work and pass InM table In tho teeth of tho eulumnla- an ordlnanco prohibiting that tlourjI tor of the Democratic party: from being sold In Muscatlno unless Three years of Kepabllcan administration of cents per the 1'cniloa OfficeIt pays a duty of twenty-fiv- e 1U!1 hack or ono dollar per barrel. That Total pensions uJmltted Value of same tlftXtt.tl&M would be a good thing for a half dozen UH.1X1 ew nroe added to rolls mill owners In this country, but not n Three years of Democratic administration ot the Pension Odin. very good thing for thooat of her Tail pensions, admitted &Vk,4VS sjueoisame citizens. M r;u,cvAt.si t Ne names added to rulls... Horn Is another fair illustration of Total rrnt pension u.lls sljraed lain our tariff system. All town councils oed or'twenty-fou- to bffnnis of dur e years trf puss an ordlnanco prohibiting retail I.WI Toui rr Ttta enlon bills signo-dealers from peddling In towns unless cp allowed to become Urn t'ur-- r they tako out a license, which, of course, three years under l'rcsMeai I.C00 t.ercumi is intended for tho benefit of tho merAlbany (.V. V.) Arjus. chants, a It enables them to put on a little moro profit, and consequently the CURRENT COMMENT, rest of tho citizens cro down In their pockets and pay out to thoso few rrosidential statistics: flvo or ton times nsmuchosthoy IljniO, ClercUnd won. In U Ll rocclvo from that source of revenue. in I isoe runs agaio. Now, if that Is good financiering, I am In j7oaco mora he'll re iff a. unnblo to co It If it works tho greatest y. 1. llcrahl good to tho greatest number, I am un Tlio Clilnoso can not lo molded nblo to sco it, and this last prlnclplo is with tho rest of the people (J this what both parties claim to bo working country Into any homogeneous for and wo all know that any thing ciso Alen O. Thunnnn, United Stateinn. Sen would bo very unwiso. 1378, at, February 1 can sco no justlco under protection. Tlie principal occupation of Reonly by tho Government paying n publican edlloiB IhGSO days i in rfju-ic- g bounty of so much per pound, so much with or blackguarding prominent per bushel and o much per yard, etc., men who unnounco that thoy can no on every thing that Is produced in this longer afllliato with or voto for that country that i liable to como In com- party. Xashvilte American. petition with tho foreign nrtlclo. Tho For good, sound scnr, oxceutlvo suffar raiser Is no more entitled lo a ability, courage, quick perception bebounty than tho man wuuiuvii'.vhcct; right and wrong, with tho uurs-the cloth manufacturer no moro than tween o enforco tho laws of tho country, the man who grows wool; tho man who Grover Cleveland is tho greatest Presihas a tobacco patch no moro than tho dent tho country bus over had. lielh man who has a potato patch. ville Democrat Hut Mr. lilaln" ay wo must protect Tho political strugjrlo upon our factories so they can pay our laborers higher wuges. Do they do it? which wo aro about entering is to bo Don't many nf them jjall to Kuropo lo preeminently a fight wherein boodle thorn-selvhunt up cheaper labor when their men and monopoly have arrayed against tho honest and wlso purstrike fur u little moro wages? If It In Mich a wcro not for lho labor organizations of poses of tho people And this country thoy would not havo to struggle thcro can bo no doubt as to Import pauper labor from Kuropo. We which sldo will provo victorious would havo plenty of it right at home. Keokuk Constitution, That frco whisky plank proves It Is bad enough as It is. Wo have o tied about tho neck plenty of paupers who can not get work to bo a at any price, and thoy are fed and of tho Republican party. To insist thnt tho taxes shall bo maintained on clothed by tho Md thoy gv,l trzrz the! lumber ncd elothw, and to U organizations and tho charity of th j noono. whi n amunufmltiM.elPrf Mr. mana mat iney no rcmovca from Carncglo Is on his KurojKuui tour and j whUky, is a proposition that tho taking In his fivo millions profit ovory American people can not put up witn. Cincinnati Inquirer, year moro than all tho furmet In any ono county in tho Stato of Iowa Tho strain of tho campaign tells ovcr took In a year or will ever take in. early on Mr. IlurrUou. IIU nominav hen bucu a stato of affairs exists tion nnd its immedlato consequences it prove to mo that thcro is something havo been too much for him. IIo Is radically wrong homowhoro, and I said to bo troublod with tho samo comchargo it all up to our old sybtom of plaint that his grandfather died of protection; and I am going to venture when President, though his physician this prediction, that if our Republic- says that ho only noeds rent and quiet ans In Congress don't revise tho Urill to 1o on his feet again in a fow days. und inako it moro satisfactory foi tho Neither running nor being President furmer during tho present bosslon tho seems to ngreo with tho Harrison party Is going to set left, for aproat family. N. Y. UVrW. many of thorn begin to eo tho Injtts Tho Republican party of tho tlcoof tho old system, and llko mvself Stato of Now York Is rcsponslblo for havo independonco enough to stand by tho withholding of relief from tho latheir convictions regardlods of p;trty. boring men of tho Stato mado nocos-sar- y It Is our only remedy, and no ono by the demoralizing competition would tiigrct moro than I to havo to of convict labor with frco. Tho workingtake thnt stand. IK . Ortjf, tn jiM5. -men of Now York may an well look catine (a.) Journal, tho mutter squuroly In tho faco und make up their minds to buck against PENSION STATISTICS. tho penltontlary labor a long as tho Aj on tho Itepubllcan Hlamlera lUfuted by onicui Logltdaturo is Republican. 1'ueta und Klcure liquor question, they aro trying to Thollbomllty with which tho mako It appear that they aro doing party has treated tho Union something which they aro notttujfa veterans In tho matter of pensions la a lo Times, Buillclont answer to tho mendacious Tho land recovered under Presibtatcmonto of Republican leaders rtnd dent Cleveland exceeds by 13,000,000 newspapers. Tho Democratic party acrcti tho combined areas of Now has good reasons to claim tho support, Uampbhlro, Massachusetts, Vermont, nllogluneo and affection of Union vet- Rhode Island, Connecticut, Now erans upon tho record of tho work done Jersey, Now York, Dolawuto and by tho Administration for them ami in Muryland. Tho Repuhllcuu party behalf of Uioms connected with or de- fraudulently gave away to fraudii'ent pendent upon thorn. No reasonable corporations enough land to form un ptfiwn can deny that tho execution of empire. Kvcry acre of thU laud wmi uny law, except for tho benoht ,( ino5l) added to tho public domain by tho perhoim iutondod U bo Ujiielllted ty its Democratic patty, and It was right and operation, is any thing hott of corrup- fitting that tho restoration of tho De tion to thoso who havo iu execution in mocracy to power should bo followed by ...... ...... tho recovery of tho atolcn umpire of. w.utuH viiubq wno iveiUbcn-a- u. Uio oxowtodi XklfHi Hfjwfrffo, on-ri- record of tho past threo years riiows, incontctlbtyt that tho pension laws hare bvn administered by tho Democratic- fiovernmont generously, honestly nnd with greater benofits to tho oldler than ha over boon tho cno ttnder previous Administrations. Tho New York s7fir has taken tho troublo to compile omo very valuable figured from olllclal sources on this question, comparing tho last threo 3'oars oi tho HopubUcan administration with tho first three years of Democratic management of tho IVistdon Ofllco, and of tho Democrat I'mldcnt'a dealings with pcnslonn. This statement is sulllclent to stct nt rest forever alt chnrges against tho Administration for IndiiTor-enc- o towards tho claims of Union vet- DY FAVORED They Itellere Thnt thn Mills 11111 Will IU of CmislderMbU lUnellt In vlow of many nssortlous thnt tho WOOL-GROWERS. f Dud-loy.t- hcs-fix- o J I y.A-r- r Kepub-l;,nrul- mer-chan- U 1-- pnssagooftho Mills bill, which puU wool on tho frco list, would Injuro tho domestic growers of that Maplo, and that it was there foro opposed in sheep-raisin- g States, a reporter mado somo inquiries on this subject of Mr. Oeorgo of T. Malono, who ts tho Toxn Trading Company, of Lampasas, Tox. This company handled wool In consignment direct from tho grower, taking tho bulk of tho clip which comes to Ininpxi.sas market. When tho clip full the quantity that It handles annually Is r,omc 1,?MKM) pounds. Its dealings nro extennlvo In number as well as In amount, most of tho growers with which It doe business having clips of 6,tH) to 10,000 pounds each. In reply to the qucfdlomi Tho put to him, Mr. Malono wild: present price of wool, which Is very low, could not bo depreciated by tho passage of tho Mills bill. I havo not como In personal contact with tbo growers ninco last fall, licforo tho Introduction of tho Mills bill, but I know thut fomo very prominent growers in Texas havo taken tho amo stand that I do,which is that their IntorotM would suffer no permanent harm by the pas-ugothat measure. If this bill had la?en brought forward a fow yearn since, when tho prices of wool were very high, tho growcro would r, lately, hnvo felt difTurvntly. they havo Ihshhiiu much dissatisfied with th" discrimination and Inequalities of tho existing tariff. Kormtrly they regarded tho tntlff as a protection to them, and hollo ted H was thnt which kept up tho prico of wool. If the Mills bill had been Introduced a ear ago, they wouM havo attributed it to that and to tho agitation connected with it tho low price For which havo nlnce pre ailed. years tho prico of wool has been very variable Iost season It opened extremely high nnd then a shrinkage follow cd which still continues. Tho condition Is bettor now, however, ttinn o tho Introduction of thn MUU bill, prices having touched bottom previously. Tho decline of wool was duo to tho unhealthy condition of tho manufacturing interests. It U now roen by many of tho growers that tho manufacturers need free wool, and tho manufacturing Industry would recelvo a stimulus which would cntiso n rdendy nnd uniform demand for wool nt staplo prices. With wool on tho free lU, growers would know Jut whero thoy stood, whorcnM, with the proont tariff, they con never toll when It may Ih f altered or what the condition manufactures may Iks. Carpet tdouk und tho finer grades of wool aro not grown In tills country at nil, and thulr Importation duly frco, whllo not In any way Interfering with would tend tho domestic to widen tho rango of manufacturing, of emnnd thereby oicn now nvenu ployment to tho working clac, in my opinion f r- - raw materials of every kind would increase ho prosperity of the working class by continent extension of manufacturing In thU country. In now as well as old direction. Sofarns I can porvcho, thero i no class of wool whlih, put on tho frco Hot, Is likely to lo Imtortel In sufficient quantities to doprvvlato tho present prico of nny trndo ot American wool. Tho class of wool that wo do produce Is not raided hero In suMctunt quantity to fill tho domestic demand. Manufacturers admit that It wouhl bo an advantage to them to havo fno wool and I bellovo that In tho long run tho interests of tho wol mnnuf.icturcrt and wool grownr aro Identical. Thcro is a certain kind of fine wind which mut bo Imported tn mix with our own wool, In order to compMo with tho product of foreign manufacturers. Tho exaction of duty on this hurts tho domestic grower as much a lha domestic manufacturer, bccauo tho latter to mako up for the enhanced cost of tho foreign wool hi lo wniuro his native wool at a cheaper rate than he could otherwise afford to pay," Y. ! Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer. 1 of how-oveto-forwool-growe- r, my tc. Ponocs Last October 1 bad a very so Plaktsks Tt UtKttr rtprtt'nt the vero ottftck of lumbago nnd suflorcd untold msjim fotttirtnjntitrctitt lin'$, J"itfj tuiln'H 1Ay tarry ftntl RKony ; oj d no, turn In W r.r t la wny atiormtnt, it sr pay to ttmiitAttr ovodt dad H)5ltlon w thout nssUtanco, nnd with twins pricn tyvrt bHgiifrtmotMrpinitt. trr-- : , almost unWtrablo; tho folks nucleated Aluocx I'onousrLASTKHt. As soon OS haih loops. posslblolbodono applied to tho mnall of tny back. n ll to my prcot surpriso 1 ciperl t Instant rolicf; I continued ARTIST enced nl wearing U ntll entIrolycurvd,andamhaiv-pytosivyt'idUiavnrPIDC KTmsVlifree the mot rtfUfloos Ire rtrsm. not had tho M CUIrCtntUetl KIRUIKT, to nr symptoms tt Lumbago alnco. Tliry aro a llrxtUKE Mru, co., t w prart Hri. au uneionsq a wonderful and valuablo plaster forlum bsgo, and tako much ploaauro la rocoiu ARTIST'S MATEniALSTRftttiRS arramtm Ctlurt inslled frcatuanr sJritpts. W mcadinst m. 1'uuxirs. tlmony Tl (rives mo Kroat plcasuro to add In fMor of Aixcocka Tin Agonies of Lumbago AILH1"1 WATtOWAI, hawk, I Yoiir, Maroh ia, msn, f CINCINNATI EXP0SITI0OIRECT0RY. MAfERIALQJW.;::. v,vx'j,,,ai:;,lv lihtt tbt s o 1 a Ctosvon, la gvlug othera. AiMf,F do II1 "l J enjoys better beslth tbnn not ctvtch ovory tblug iHeaywns Trntel A The Tbnrlearl ousnoas, i I quite possible, for you. If your licrv aro wek, Uts'iidtivv thuui v.iUi r. Pleasant are tbo mentis renewed and easy I lioatettcr's Stomach Hitters,, rotiro carir riso with tho lark, rut regular-Ivnnd taV Plenty of outdoor oiurclao. tbo lltltci s ibduc uiaiaria. being broken ten dollar bi KAMRh'S ah' of th prlceleaa 'r, aro tho suffer front ncrv who do not toaaca-Ion- lb" httiljr ljroroua atomach, lUml, MsnafarturrrslntlnrlnnitlwholtotslL kinrhof lonnx.r urnlilitai so J H,ia, nwi rcrnplci In ihe i It, PLOTHINQ. Fiehhelmer Bros. Ce. W iirttnlTSW What, The onlf WhnUssle rim h Ing ttnHff I rourth Street. I !" Slclnway A & Sons, (Un. P rr,'.; M. STEINERT 131 W. 4tb S! -- niibrr ruito. I.MleisUftMltstslI Wober,JalIor $onji. Cxrrcipundf baltrlietl'r'IMniVlVsVa A Toro bflrao always -- Ytmlirt Sfufnnwn, It's th gwi fatter Rftar mar-velo- imo way with a Hill re out. and Cuttrlea aro rcnderetl r white by Ulcnti Hulpbur Soap. Hat fjo, HlncK or llrvwn, VV mT- Itewurt if Kraul, as mr name ant th rtU-r !) ftHtHoten thettta factory. pit my lrriUel w.jir whUfi iruler ll, belorlaliM rifftiui h!tipr1rtmI(MrlorcuiMl. Uarteat tri(Trs hW, m lilshiiareiur.li.rh-- , ha vt mr nsm Uutrj4i Ut ttim urMul down u nl rir Uaiom.t'ut him alraO. CAUTION tHMf Timi ffaltepa under the spur of lho - mo- - l.ungNrrv,ThryitI)iaeAiet.Hnd for book. OKPl'i:UTMe.Ieclnumt Cincinnati, curs fiiRXOMKXitteaprsrAn command mora liltbutyh Curort tU. than a nominal fc THE CIiotentHitchrrs. aax hftchrs M M lH . MARKETS. t'INClSJIATf. h 1 LlVnftTlKKaurCvuinjoftflol lUXltir-tVmiiv- HHKKP-lltxI.AMMS-tku- UHAI- S- Whea- l- No HreJ, ... No 3 mhI I'orn No nn4 .. tl-t tu sesl Ujt So t .. .. WW Ni TlHAClt Met un UafHH.K U (ItMHt W 7i I'lMVlHitiVW r.irk Mtts. ! N), -IIAY-Tirmi- thy 1 H.Ol'!t-rm- lcMr Iu hvlce tl cm U 3!3 UIM ftM 3 0) 4 t 01 N U W'i n ft t a (H a lit AUflUitT. im Utl U i I 31 ... ...- ts 7 lsf - 51 it (O UK O'l 51 UI9 '.ft r "lUIRJisBBsssBPfN v T''4f TaHlr S? ssWLsW.' T? sssrV vl PMn.rt.iC" APIMKt I'r- limiKM ljirrt i'rl?... 'Imm.. ' 'rfn iiiunr iw., s f t'twttfiwrjr ivtatukmn-H'- nr lilL . ti rt a lot sSln ; tt It HlAAi s wl 1 1 NrW XVHK. 1 UltAI.N Shet trad.. Saflmisat ... OaIs Murt UAltO Wslrrn Means. Nn Com lXHtK-NewJI. SUV WwilWSl . . IKIlU'l 3l4ss j W. L. DOUGLAS 3 OHUCi OENTLEWEN. u:a Thetrtf r.lt,r"l,tvrMimcTiti U., : lb" V. U IMS I enlf hirt-sv. i- Me. XIIAC ftut KN rUA IIOrit-Wlw- tn UIIAIN-Wbeis illHA'.l a r O'ln O 7 if B N lHTI lOI(K l.HI-Kt-- tilih v Mew .. MriM MotfJ . wftrr IS) ... . . A a 't )! l arjirT er Ihcpt. lUilnl Xm ftiict rmirihi(itk4eBft turns aTasur W1hr.t tnhffs ihe tm, stit, lsnnsertlcx V. I. IMtt'cjt. sss,AsIHir - lil..M V I p1Im. nitUx fr m Mi. sm. K4aJsutlvwfiftl no 1 4ii..ss tsu.an roi.irr Aiior. 1 'I M II SI l l. h.i tMi m Sor itir. NttOU thoriftftla.l it for KM tt II m an tS w O at Tt m th vr fiHriP hivsmwpr v iMit'iii. niuii.ru u nova i rr hJ mini: uUl it fttf.ti S1IHIH Ss lr4l.N uhti(ttta" Mfirrva r, Mhrw M ltirf4 i ) for ti- m I'lUSPR tnt.Ms-wt- .. Mt HALTIM'Ollt rw: .. N.. t IllltK Mew I.AII HeSr. (1UA1N UK" (Nim Mn- tvm-IV.I bish k 4 strhl sH r lb rhL ih An maim in C( ! Ilaiivn arwl Lae, If not tt'rr ttriteftirr writ IW'l W. L. OOUGLA8, Brockton, Mam. ai . tt1 I . Im rit HHIll.M SUA YOt'TU'fl ! ih IKji aba'X lo t 'i I is 14 !! Mis- - i fc't l" TTI.KKrt sialllf ... liiHi IN i i ... .Itto tti tl . Silk and Satin Ribbons s lNAPOM No. rMi . . an 4 t ftM S) ui hi 41 MtrifliMtMB. 4 ! it Osu ClItAlN Mi'lAU'tMN AVi i. So A O U k& FREE! 91 mi a M t3 ( ILI.K. r WWMWI f t w4f a i ISmm4 J Sbn", M ,f,hm4f wsjkh m, iy Kt.OrK HSh-- ril ... in S1! lO t o.t roitK M o w k4 It 4 I j trMl4l ii Si Tutt's Pills Im Mm mkw !, f SUM B ST 1 mit lw,to4 ! fflaat 4l Ut(! pU, 4 tlnnwi Mm ) ttmy f fk , rct hrr WM ! f MtAT .TaW XSaW 'JVUtk HV iL Al fHai m il ubyKIv Ut i llsBaHW fi4 w . taaffAaaV i? M ik hm wit fiai f rc in liiitimibfr HEADACHE, fur TORPID - iTAslswxaaaaaaaaaaaahBslL4aaBSS f iai M iwpe. SICK LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, COSTIVENESS, AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. MALARIA, sold i:vi:itYni'.iu:. AGENTS WANTED! V ' II S AStS o( t ttfvt b U li A awUkvalntit ht.N irrrT ler ImmM f i d) It pfcl iimta)i( sm Ur liorr ! ts !"" Ibt nr rpe"7 rvtiiJ- - r tfe jkia r sin nn lort I - l4lltt MW How FACTS FOR WORKMEN. tlie lllch rrottrtlT Tariff " Amerlrnu MImic rruz . ll.' nta. rurvtJ4)HjMlHlltlSAl lMtubr,l siaas. rtHilftt mttHl InfMwwi. lhti aw i j rirta pvrewrM,k BILIOUS AN7I tlMciaaalUU; arrl t i MMMMtfr fcMIC kf?' r inUlM.4MBr. 4 Si Wf ft U mt m. l KImf IIm SlrmttMMl t4W w'-(lWlu. ? r t h rS'4 Si fc, MiiKt, 1H iiHf Jfcf M TS f rrrj fc i 1.'k wtm I , rflhlUlMVHjM .fcM.i7 frre. S4" lfSnt S n p .tMk.N4Mib,4lti-. Aat4 rH pK Kr ll f,lMr w4Hh, kl ,U ii f IW4 MMMt ,nfe,4 tfHlk)W,fih. W 1k (ULSAbl4 MtSi.! MiU4ral4 -t t llM f4'wrlrl Frer, AiMrlmrni rlrNl rtaii l.Ul S,r-'lb lrnrflril .! 4 tlrltlkkM4tnarMMlMiili.i MMpmrmtMf tS , - ,!Hrt , ,kH ,.(- - iMttl Sw IW kt WW 4wlf lm4mr lritl M li tM fc fttrl Sl W1mJI frtf 4 WcWiw rw-- M hM, st.l n tl mttm 4 4 1- SM.Sl ItI prnffmtp mf ! IM fr V' t ff U n V ! M-, AfwUW-MMS- ibva'r"f k tftwa-k- , S S " r- t.M, M m .a,,i f lrlrt Cl( llir ! 1, tMf llM Kf l !. H m 4 ffc rtf.w , bm! 4 1m M 1W iknf MfhhiHM r4SAi Iwf tr hi.hmI IH- , 1'J.I rf Ifc full mmk9 I Pro-teet- a" mill-ston- HALF RATES right then to demand all tho advanta I CARO UHnlii, TOTHK i t rrann Iml rr gtt that you aro told it can afford you. .MrM4l,i;VVIOII,l.l,lllia,TrB,4l, SupjKjno you sco whether you am getrrt trte Farming Regions ting them. PW.WiT,T34ritl;li'i:Mii;JirT7l Thorn nro. on a generous oxtlmato, NORTHWEST, perhaps Sft,UUU workers in protects! In- WEST, SOUTHWEST, k r t Arrfit or lrv4 irvTararaM en marll AgX. i It j.lt K. Um EDUCATIONAL. dustrie in California. Ily protected I' as. lini Industries wo mean, of courM, Indusl.ftO OK TO $B A DAY. B.srnf.ia worth fWrtu ( ipioxniu. uf;s.nf i ,in.n.i-r- " iiiTfnN. Tnififi fttt trie tho prico of whoso product Is ar yU ssinsTsaniliil tiller I h urrirrulir4l 11 lUntth. t'hlf(. cs. UKtnshpt iiwif, Of tificlally kept up by tho tariff. (let If mrpi,Klr Mn(lliiM'ttrr,lur Und,fV, . n f tviii tftnshpt these 10,000 fully 15,000 aro Chinese. T 1M.Kll.M l OULUir.na ie thrricrs eltri loinirs furmr NutU Tho peoplo of California pay at least k. m lHtittNiia a mivh, tiMU4ii, n.,an,autM.fM UT- - MAHVH roM.Kii; K V, (VarCITi fiTJ m mis rra inwf- $ 20,000,000 a year to "protect Amcrb O pMces lnOhl,Clteap.flnoi. tend fordeurlptlnn fulsHatUnn. unusual altnuviiiiUiiHrihailh' 1iturtJis utUmnilesrelivnl sr mourns lo protect nriffliajMlprKxJ. That can labor1 ll.N.lUxinurT, Jorauu,u lHi '! 1lciitlr. liMtt'4TVliMirir K.ttrr HKV. II. I'L.S.Sthl, M, aiAy. Ur. feihi this wf tk i n you, tho fi.000 whlto workers In the protected indusliloa of Callfcmla f"", of course, tho workers in other States rro supposed to I" enred for hy the taxes paid by their neighbors. Supposo tho 15,000 Chinamen average 10 a wock itploco.tholr total wages TO MAKE year. That amount to $7,800,000 Icavos ll200.0no for jim, or nloiil of tho war tariff. To Improve your condition Is nllcgcsl to 1h tho bin glo aim of Its advocates. You baton Younroupwodtolo tho chief beno-ficlarl- THE OREAT ENGLISH lUIMEDY Tr PIIp, I' trn jvtt-II'orM'pUUt frfrtlrifc, Itrtmttt e"- i - bk lrvw tWf Mw 4 tar I iwMft tmfteSfW trm pfMfkwNttBtll fM4ftlt, . kMpHMw? mi tH 4MfT ntmi4. UMM, MI l iv.M ft fwtP Mrhi4 flm f A4.Itm, mUf il Kiuri.rTiJ.,vft'Mitt.lNrutsMs fmm dMvtiMw.lKMwwwf.w fN( HtKfMfl lbYMnrt. IS rt M mmrf 4 b M Vl ksb ll m in, wiJJtl MMKf llwwt V m. (kna .! ztM', irtek er4M C (Wf M t.Ufl taftrf, jf. ri ",bM,i tl m St. fcMWBrl 4 4 ! ft IkW l , W ! r"i (, MM(krr S mm il lsHri M" toitu. IBS CANCER ahJ Tssmrs eurM, Xn iMethl Ny knife m. firm. .Uel.eUh AVrt.rr. lit Jaaa Bt-- , Citl.U, OkU. tt. ;" !'. 7n , r'lv 1 h. 1 rltu, if ra TOOapieco. A DELICIOUS -- In other words, lho people of California aro taxing themselves enough to pay you average wages of (2,600 a year, supposing that alt your wr.ge havo to como out of their taxes and nothing out of tho returns of your employer's business. Do you got It? You help to pay tho bills, but do you get tho rcwardP protected11 Unless tho avorago worker In California is receiving $2,600 a year, somebody is swindled.-S- an HIC YOUU ClltOOlfil. BISCUIT I.V3I41 DWIGHT'S "COW BRAND" SODA AND TAKE NO OTUEU. Francisco Examiner. Chtef-Justlc- o Cincinnati a jmY4ati l)m-ccratl- o M fcW Fuller Confirmed, Tho voto by which tho nomination of Mr. Fuller as Chief Justice of tho United Status was confirmed Is In tho highest degree complimentary to that genlluinan, to tho President and lo tho Domocratlo party. An opportunity for partisan nctlon presented itself, nnd CEHTEHHIHL EXPOSITION OHIO VHLLEY certain Senators wero not slow to it, but tho Inlluenco of IMmund, Ingalls and other inveterate party men 6RAND JUBILEE calabratlng the Settlement of thi Northwestern Territory. was not Htifllclont to carry thti Repubmajority ngnlnst an appolntmont lican which wus almost universally regarded us abovo legitimate criticism. Tho now Chief Juntlco will assume his august position with tho good wishes of ovory body In this section, irrespective of purty, Vhictvjo Herald, A UONTIi cnUMi4aworklatf tlQO V mUnilriA lHWlrlilta.Kaiias.wiiniiiimi.ir ?.?UW for u Snl Pfrml Tho Charleston News and Courier rnruniihthiruwiiiurirsBnitrlatlilrIi(iUtlui l.a AiautiiinianaailiieillvifliieTfryWxalitr. tWlni has worked out tho following: Iluirl-mii'- h lo UtLuiiiiu. astr inom. nil ma ba nnuily em Uia, loitiiU yim liistruttltiii, No tuciubtrsMit fto. In Y.L ,...1t' A f" Mnl sla lwn snj rltlrs. voto was fivo hundred and forty-fou. K..IOIINHII.N A OU ll ftirl, Kltb.M4, Ti. A.N.K.-- B. fivo jiIiih four plus four equals 11119 ' Will Harrison bo oIocUmIP PfflTJl L,M ' thirteen. sasf wvtklairwsitksa rflinX MlllllMl lO AUVKIHiaKlU I'LXAJB WMi!rifuuik,wMii iiikf ms ttirai lata Ifcal ytm a tt A4mw M IhHj Amwcr with his nama spollod bvik wartlii No ne-re- pt UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. tnfl Excursion rates from'all poinT7 r, I urn liBaf T!r1aaBrf TiTM IT ll laamaTrMTrssTtrrtfSiBM ...- - ' - n Mmmmuvmumhi g?wJBwlm - 3Mj2mi&tm.'Mi,.,9 ' mmmtmmmBmmamKmmamaaam tmmmmmmmmmmmaamtmaammmm riM.i.M Mtm, m , jj JJM IMIIII. HIM. rMaaBBBBBBBBBBBB