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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 hic1888081701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , KMWSKWMi WH5 ,awMTMMn-Tnff- n yi IMw:r "- - ' . yawRiji? w THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Mm 'laBBBBm.'V ' ! T kaBBaBa aH" ' FINE JOB PIUNTINO With J ? IK I 4 nv GEORGE Ontoo-Jackson WARREN, nnt door to City lint; ZXIoIuuau, ICy, Street, THE HICKMitfN ESTABLISH TliIiiTIiuo The I'mIIi COURIE 17, 1888. EXECUTED Neatmst and Olspafch It I SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. . 1 GEOUOE WARREN, Editor. The Oldest Newspaper In Wostorn Kentucky. KI) 185!). Trice of Siiliscrliiflon, CURRENT TOPIC& $1,60. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. AUGUST EAIlTIIQUAKEa VOL. XXIKKM5. JsUiem hear, but At H8tng them to hope many years they may ?P Hthln sight of the r stands I I tell you ft rpystorln tr. bonne- irrprtglretnmeaa that tIon. Tho former r never gets over his Wtteer brother of th eat the senior brother weir obvious of his ja4 deficits, pronounc bo. Oh. how much hsrs than ourselves! Pre blamed tho er- Ainod tho devil, tha oeyr linger brother d themselves. arothr nt mv t feH re faithless about "ilssfpated and the l tones of his vole he has no f altn OoJUL ztxx5L Soo XTjs. M ANOTJIEK 1110 TKUST. It la Our Northwootorn Korostn, r Kd. Tins State of Missouri owe $l,00fl,000. A vtJiCK In Alabama U named Jim An x FIFTJETII CONGJIESSt A HONOHINQ DLAINE. Paris, Mahawk I'Aiusobaof straw are being carried wanti to sell hcrcaule i In Id "ales, A Ttade of h yflth' WvH I'Attlnr litli the llnm9 yf a l.inolr ffw Miss Ucd fat married a Mr. Hand In Montana MnnrAroi.1, Mh.i., Aug. Il-T- (ia deTiik modern dyer controls l.yo) dlrTor tails of ono of the tuott gigantic tniftU ever fill shades of color, ilorUeilhavejHlcometotheurfA7elnthIii llurrKit, of Hlluoli, Is the tnvon clty It It a combination of all tbe principal IuiiiIkt (ntereiti of MinuoU and tor of a window shade, Fred U'cyrrliAUior, rWsii.H, frogs' legs and goe.i liver are thoeof Witcumlu the rich luuiU'rinon, who hat alrtady i- epicurean dishes In Fiance. ctirnl control of all the plim ah trltm Franco lost half n million fiaucs by ttm lary to tlm Chippewa and Menorulneo rW-tmm i ifiinm llnouKti mined ciups In U'l'cnntin, a ftt tha Lend of tho dial A thoit time agohe UiUght up tho C'Ai.trOHMA baa lb largest gentnl fruit mnttollliig Interest of atl tha higumlr onpetergioHn ,y theOhiiHiiH. UiiutAiid pine owners In Nor1nprii .i kr ILitlljt rAi. itt..t. ,. !, Aia rt aSM mm paid for a Que-aato In Unidim. PlOKTHnrMUlrW Inking the plnco of walnu nti ntnl mahogany for line car Hi.TY-riRlIUr- a n Aiiiiotuttniiigat a recent vork. i contrurof tha lurnlter EfTMnrsa la' that section. He l at lh head of thtiMJt tUilppI lagging Company, who Aro iT,t mtti lnl wr baaavlMtQ hvt-qiiArt- 4i omnci, Wiscu.nsix pm (tec have commenced the raising of tniirutif for the sake or their bidet. Tiir Impost cotton mill In tho world It In ltnttla. It glvet cuiplo) nifiit to 7,0U0 I amis. Tmr cltnis belt of Houthein California shipped tlii j car ;V) cailoidt uf eM'llMt. It to.k I Tiik Kit Renin hat siren limit to have .r IftMlyrrvmiiUMwIirn she die. Ji Mir (InAT, of the United Hlale Hn m in Oku I, It hunting and lUhing In Canada. It ii miiI that imrriy half a doirn water hotels (n fur bate met their lng-pla- ,trj ImtriOm.f It tirr sat im p miles. is rejoitd tluii l.Vnt.m) cottonwnod lmt Iicm plNiitnt In Hutlmiit Kan- - oil to fill the lint- - n dltlnn.t uf four-tee- n in Umtnlvr nuiity, llilltnft of caltlo. MivVHT"i hn rii. lircfviiiA mi tMMiliTnm M.I., n tocihUn;r ttvt t'lf lulnl ci up. X m t . !( .Mttitip ! MitliihUli Jrtn Jamrs tin f hH . Tiir 1'iriirli Ouvrritmntt but rnt il to Instruct fHinifri limr tutavi llirlr rirttnit. rYIMVtT Inn. Ill, killtM ifl Nfc ai lt a iry ilry Wat, lit nrrrR nniiunl ramUll U 71 HicIjos Hhlli Now nmptilif 4tfifM.Vl. 1 MR Nc York lKinl of lirnttlt It nulrr 1 tcnrinvit Ikm, Tiir K lux of July u ileciili ainiitn,nrnv nnn, lmklii(; motr rnruf a;(, tm ,j. t m llio A .New nKairlmttfi hi tti nuiiiti of trnnntt n Ili(il nl IIimmmtankk iiicnhjint tor thi Mln Yoil ullh f Htillnn Tiir Hiiiff llntltttniit f Tuikcy llrctrik lnvjri Kfclt, hat cwii to n tlmp iEnioior of (lruMMiiy null nn auto Ktpli Ultrr Aiol vajuaMff i.rri'tt, ttmt wlirn Im .ccurl Ihho nitr for lifUiol, hit HhtUAl Mutk nuul-- l ifln-Uh-I- . tiAt Mituts1 tli Claire, Wit. Tha company It now kald tocoutrol atvut f ,. (W,0UU, iuvrttett In lutuberand pine landt, ami It lackeil hy heavy capltalUt of Hrr-I- f ii. The company now owns al".rt,t 'M1"1 yyyioc ur tnoopnKt in wi-kant it It uiidrrlHd on gool authiMlty that nearly at much moro It now Uiug con trncte-for In Minuetota. Options hae already lcen ecu ml on a largo amount of MluiiootA ttutupagp, and nentt of the tyndlcate am hcouiIhr tho country to get all there It In tight. It It known tliAt T. II. Walker, the lnrj;et plnoUud owner In Minuetota, hat gnen an option on all Iho Mumpagebe own. Ho wat ApproAched hy thet)ndlcle a f riAyingo, and he wan nuked If ha would tell hit him I. He did not want to !!, I lit named a price about double tlo tuaiUt Talite of hit Und nt the preneul tone, to bit It would not Im Acceptel, ttirprlte three iUys later the jndio lookup hit offer. Ileowut about feet of ttnniine. The other lg plue land ownert who ere nld t. hare Urn appronchnd fur options n their lAiidt ere Ihe J'illtlrtiryt, whO'-nNi,oty4nt; Camp A; Walker, the 11 In Lumler Cotupnny, Captain H. V. Sny ter. I!.( Arkley and (laylonl A' Cook. An thete parties, except T. It. Waller, ilenr that they have given any option on th- r Undt, but decline to tntk aUnit the lal If the trontin syndicate surreHt n RfttoK -- M Hie tntid il t nttf. l !m , 'une a mplul of nearly JW(Uift ? carry it. The scheme U to" logs from the MisltlppUihen over the fNU nt Mlnnrapoli and big mills nn the lower liver. 1)U' Iho hlghvtaler here latt spring om t the Mg In.iio rre broken and th lit went over the dim and floated Into ttie loer river. Theowneri were much sum pilsl ti that the could sell th'e IK to tetter AdtAlitAKO Iwlow theft HiAii aUiie.a they wei e neair the Bo western lumtfer trnde.nnd thepreitiiti slArte from limt discovery It It under kUml Ibtl out- - ... tiir tn.UK iltif-!Ami tomr Htmthwrttern ltuet am rticcsr aging the deal for ohlout natont. Kaii I nt lt 1,.V'-00O,- Ilundreilt nf Pertont Hurled In Mud and Ashes of IIaihIaI Naii The Cltlrmt of rive MlARrt Compelled t Flee fnrThelr I.Uet. Haw FnAKCisco, Aug. 12. The steamer City of Hldncy, which nrrlveil this evening from Hong Kong and Yokohama brings through Japanese Journals with particulars of a volcanic eruption of Hnndal Hnu on the I.'lh of July. Tho details of the catastrophe come in a form. ThaChoyo.Sjimown dispatched n special rejwrter tho tho scene. According to his account, tho Tlllagere around Ihmdal Han heard vtratigo rumbling sounds and felt shocks of earthquakes from the 13lh of that month. Thetc phenomena lontlnued lutermlttcdly fortwndas and tui;lits,tnjt not being Attended with any serum rcsultt.no great disquietude was foil, (hi the mcmlng of the 1Mb, At about eight o'vlock, the smaller lUndal Han trembled aat roaroi violently, Almost Imtnnllnte ly afterward ashen Iecan to fall, the skv suddenly grew dark and the rumbling soundtcontlnucdfACcompanlcdbya violent earthquake and flare of daitllng flame. The crest of the smaller Hernial Han appeared to be lifted liodily upward and then to fall again with a tremendous noise. Then followed thowera of rod mud, large stonen, spreading havoo around. Huch, Indeed, wat tho nature of nearly all Iho matter erupted red mud with tinall stones, but accompanied occasionally by htavy rocks. In the five village of Innse, Yohaii, Wakamlva, Mitato ami Hlbaro the greater part of the homes were buried to the depth of from aeven to twenty feet. The state of thei lodlcs recovered Is terrible. Home are literally cut to pieces, others Are pAibolIod, to that It Is scarcely Httl-lil- o to distinguish between men and women, A few corpse were found suspended In the hranchet of treet, which hail caught them as they fell. Many bodlet recovered. Cp to the Hth the number jjf bodies recovered It f;t It Is lielieved that sixty-on- e are ttill entoinlxl. Tho wounded numlicr forty-onHlgUty-seve- u houtes have lioen dettroyed. The InhablUntsof and adjacent villages Med to Wn lamatteaani) other places when the eruptions occurred. Aestlnn, WARrtlKOIOK, AlJfT. A resolu lion wat ailoptrd directing an Invettltratlonof the cotton bdjtclng pool, ami a bill patted for a ovtomco at Mammoth Hot Hprlngi, Yellowtlono Park. Dlicuittnn of tho flabcriet trealy was retutnmL Mr. Bhermaa spoke In oppotltlnn. Mr. Fry a gave notice Mr. Kwarts would close for Iho Itepubllcansto-morroThe bul to restrict Ctilncse Immigrs-ttentra- s rtljrjssct! Tirttll :U p, to when tho Senate adjourned. lIorsE -- Tfto ttccatd Mil to apprcprtats fsr the (luvrrnment eshltilt at Coltimhus writ taken up Amrndmrntt were oflcrcd and adopt ed approprlaltng to aid the eo'ored Kx position m Atlanta, (la, neit jear. lo devote any siirptut or the Ohio Centennfut appropna-lioto the KxiKitlllPO at Hlclimond Va and AuKUtia.Ua., and to appropriate S10OO for a Government exhibit at ICansat (Mr. Tho Home, atS Id p. m , adjourned without actl)n, a iInt of no quorum brtnjr rnlted, WAHiuariTON Aua. 8r.SATr - Vr Riew arlmovrHlttiatttiir rrgular tnjvlnessTtins On Ihe mlrmlar) t laid aside and the Chlaese prohibition bill be taken up. Agreed la Tho lltl was then iasted without a division. Tho bill ptovidot that from and after the date of the etcnaoRnf ttrtlrlcationt of the pending treaty I etwren tho Ui.lt cd States of America ami Ills lmierlHl Majotty, tho l!mteror of China, alga edonlhe Kih dsv of March, IKkS, it shall bo unlawful lor any Chfncte person, whether a subject of cnininroi anyoihcr Power, lo en ter the Cnlird Htaies except at In this bill pro Tided. The Senate then proceeded to the eon tlderatlon of blllt on the calendar tn their Mr Sherman reported back aeon current resolution to print l"0.(Mt copiet vt the lawoflv3and thoMUlt bill, with a totnpara live statement, udopietL A nundier of minor Mils were patted. Mr. Kvarts spoke unlhe rttberfes treaty At 4 p. in. the Senate ad rourned. HuitxR Mr Khaw Old), from the Commit tee on Aeeotinlt, rrpofted the resolution IIOJ lo meet the expense of the Oonmltlee on Manufactures In fnvcttl.itln? trusts. Mr llrocklnrldge (Ark . ttatcd that tbc Investigation had not pnceeded far enough to enable the Committee on KUnnfacluret to report a measure of relief. Several bU It were bill wat reported Tha general deflrlcncy taken up I'mding ditcuvlon on the French spoliation cUtius the Hnuve at & p. m. ad tat rrm Attemblagw (latbera In New Vork Mr Hie Maine AtatesmAn. 11 At 6:30 o'clock Friday rnornlnff Pier 8 wat thronged by a party waiting to board tho Laura M. Htarln and by,CT-- a oVlock tho boat was nilod. On tho upperdeck were acatotl tho ladles and their eaoorU, tho party including Mr. and Mrs. Tamci 0. Illalne, Jrt Walker Hlalno, Mr. and 2n Carson Lake, nnd 31 rs. A. I Con-pe- r. Down stair In tho ladles' cabin sat tfra- - thltolAvr Hood, Mr. William Walter phlllpund Stephen II. Klklns. Amonjf tho others en tho boat woro Murat llaistcad, ex Otrvcnor A- - L Hunt, of Colorado; H. luring, of Maaaahu setts; Chilnn Poole, President Ilartlctt nnd many v hers. AtilHthofiUrinbacka! out of tho slip, and thorvhocamo later woro picked up by tho Iuher, chartered by tho Chlea&o lilalno Club. Capjtaa band played during tho trip to quirantlno, vrhteh occuplwt forty minute!. Tho Vol vor camo alomralde and trats to Ilftr and Uto TALMAGE'S SERMON. No Room For Prodltfala In tho Ohurohofi. Only Ihe KM.Oloved Winners lllven a Welcome, lint for the Unfortunate, uv ertr-fltrken Wretch. Ko Heat There Is, For All That, it riace nt the Fa titer's Table. U New Yoiik, Autr. voice In orda tho same tlratjl on; thAtbycW after a whilst! place wbero. plainly that Ing sinner If I hlcher-life 1 may repent; stands outs Pharisaism. parable enma I own dellnqu Ing hlf owirii eAsfer Iter. T. De Witt Talmago preached last Sunday at tho Piedmont Chautauqua, from the text, Luke xv, 23. "And He was angry end would not go In," he said: Is the elder son of the parable sounsym-tatbftl- o and so cold that ho Is not worthy of recognition? The fact Is that we ministers pursue the youngir son. You can ttA th fljknrttn bt uhls ram tn nunv m. rJOTIHWlro fcJTotrR. wwTti,, I II... .. I m .H II1C JVI i''l wl.lHl. U. nuv mi uiiHutvriti' niiiiii ii I confess that for a long full contestant. Adam blan pent, the stnlor broth and none ofj ApMrr j stands for I tho refor dissolute. W ttlftat lala&d ah6Jay to for tho City of New York, she being Hut a mile or two oft. At 0 o'clock the City f rSew York, bedecked with llaga, came np aloiL'aldo tho Htarln. At last Mrilflttine nppcarod at tha ateam-er- e rail nnd tpcro vvna tho wildest cheering for him, tho Cilrngo Club firing n saltito. Tho band pltrcd "Hail to tho Chief" and the Star HpiJfflcd Banner." Cheers from tho City of f4w York anawcrod thoso of tha ahoutcrs 1 om Now York Mr. Hlalno diaipearod f ui view, but provontly returned, occon anled by tho commit too and f hla party. the member Thoy alight Jl on tho hurrteano dock of tho Htarln an I vroro escorted down to tho Uio ladlei encabin amid pf?at cheorlnjr. tered tho anjoon and Mr. Hlalno, who ramo arm In ana with Chairman Poole, of tho committee, wat met by Presldont Ilartlctt, of tho IvVjiubllcan club. Tho crowd pressed hard and It was with difficulty that tho ofll cera kept breathing apaco for tho speakers. Mr. HanlcttthcQ made a short speech of w. ........ said; I have stayed at home, and I ought to havo had the ring, and I ought to have had the banquet, and 1 ought to havo had the garlands," Alas for this spirit of envy d Jealousy coming down through the "got! Cain nnd Abel, Ksau and Jacob, Batil and David, Unman and Mordecal, Othello and Iago, Orlando and Angelica,, Caligula and Torquatus, Orsarnnd Pom-peColumbus and the Spanish courtiers, Cambyses and tho brother he slew because ho was the better marksman, Dlonysliis and Pbiloxeniut, whom ho slew because he was a belter singer. Jentousy among painters. Closterman and OeolTrey Kneller, nnd Reynolds. Hudson Francta, anxious to see n picture of Raphael, Raphael, acids him a picture, Francla, seelni It, falls Ina fit of Jealousy from which he dies. Jealously among authors. How seldom contemporaries speak of enchother. and Plato living nt tho same time. cut from tbetr vrritinga yoa neYe wovild Rftllg- Xen-opti- :i .i K mrnc.1 SHERIDAN'S SWORD. Tlie Urftport of Ihe tlrorral of Hie Army lprr nn fi Tll ll lloiililril. 't TMrr IlolUr. Mud Aulhrnllfllr I C'mu JUrWe.l So Nut Ho WAant"fRTi.f, Aug 9 BnXATR. -- Several Mr. Hvarls resumed hit bilit were patteil irrcli on the flvherlet question. A resolution was patted to adjourn over Saturday and at Mestrs. tend the funeral of (.cneral Sheridan Morsjan. Hlnlrandltalo follownl nn IhettMty Mr Palmer Introduced a bill fur tha purrhan if lha Iike and Hivcr Improvement L'unipan" canal, etc. llefcrred lo the Com ml t tee, oa Commerce, Mr Mitchell offered a rlnr for Itiforniallon concerning his recent deel tlon In the (iullford Miller land cam, nfTirtinc the title of Uio Northern PAClflc land Asrced In. The following bills wen' passed Senate Mil to pay A W Tntmr lK,Q for necetiry ad dtllnrial exenet Ineurroit by hlin at pottmvs. lerat Ix-a- lite. Col Alton liko lull to pay ttoyal M Hubbsnt Wft for addlttonul rent of potoftlceat longmount tvd enaie bill to vllevt the turellet of llrorge W Hook, form Hi Itreeiverund Hltburstne Agent of the If 3 Land Ofllee at HuraltoUlt, Cat , (Inih1 Oalol Adjounieit in l"V llornr A message from the Senate an nounced the pa.aj-- i by that MMy of a concur rent retnlulion declaring that mcmlicrs of Imlli OtHIM M tttfryr ih. nle. . a. Mn. riMiiHTOr,Tn a MyMh yrt4nlayt It Alabama Wants ImmlQranU, CAptaln MoMuoNrur. Ai.a., Aug. F llolib, Cotumisslmirr of Xgru nHiira of lnbeni, lefiMontgorotry lint nioinlug for n lourof Iho Nonhnett He it Accompanied by a uirtvof thlrleru atlcinen, g in n irpretrutlng nt many lirnn. Inh'IaI vir. He alto tnkt another ctr e with tHHiueot of Alabntni proluctt for eih.Mtlou. They go direct t i Kvaiis-vlltIiul . And theme lo Iet M lines, lo. CiHjticll lllulTt, MlniieAMtit nnlM Paul, ami back to Chlcagtx Prom ltre they wlllgo Ihrouh Ohio, Mioliigan and Penn-s- t KaiiIa. 1 he objei t of the ti it to AUbAiua't reinauoet in tb Uiterutt 1 I" It urfttlmntctl wUl inany tk In IfMi NHthiMiOMit II tig i, Iirncmmi rvm tn nunplvt aII Iho pultluutiiHit of Victor I litrrar) circlet that Wahiiimitov, Aug. 12. In themuch that hatlxin written In tho lattweok alwut General Kherldan frnpient reference has len made to the sword which was laid on hit caslrt at Nonquitt and rmalnel there till he wat carried to hit grave, but there It a story about It that hat not been told. Karly In the war Ocncrnl HherhUn Umght that twonl In St. Iuul for iX A brother oflicer had purchased it nt auction for that money, and, ns he w as not anxious to keep It, HhertdAU took It oft his hands at tho prlcn ho had paid. It happened to suit him tnwidcht.Irnsth.et4V, and he retained It throughout thenar. He had itidely cut Umih it the uamea of the Iwtttes In which mnd vm beard to aay once, when there was aome question about the authenticity of the sword of some olliccrthat Congress wasaskoil Ui imrrfiabe, that thero ihould be no i jue.it htwMingw, tiuti atout Ids weajKiu. j ! Gallup Stopped KiirxAXiHuit, by a Shot. ltrHtLlyn fArJrl vfUct. thai Ulr pifiiimmU, pcUtrlnnt may Hao aio lo plftffM rrtt tlinn alunff th In onln HtAt. Tiir to rrtnt a lupitftl In that rtly, frc to the Mnr Chliif.c UiiPURliout tna I'nltrtl Irmnn lur Chlnrteof FrancUmarr aNt la ilpctilng In Horlda cnrller than umiaU a rut tmalt hlpmrntt cnp ImiralrrAiIy t'clarx!. lftn iratlr. The yield Joaei'ii Fimov, of Temple, Ala., fonl a tvriil mllm from that pi a Co In lNlhAt wooMcut InMlfAiU lhrrv i n of it, Torrr. '4 ha not nem theholtoin of hit oomrrih for niort than twenty srarp. timl U now pUinR too ml j;intu cioiMi In lH7fl, I'ao, a rrlathrof tho Clilnionrneral of thn miih iiamo, lia jiitt lcer. trtnpitAlt! for trailliiK In foru't lHoiAtlont. 1hon km k aInmU Inches. Mn. UniKflR, of the Npw York Htock Kx i hMKn. It tuliii Mr. W. K, VAnilrrltllt for I.m,oo.1. Itrctto It t hlf nlly 'Iftr rinlnot lorAUfi Hit wtu. IIaiuin ItcrTrw, thi trlrcraph king of Kuiopc, kcrpt a tpoiclary uIod olc fnitl jt It to llirrallgnta ml rllvn ? of illttr A rtLfOAi thot near Fort laton, FIa.f turnl riRiit Irrl Umit inenrt irorn lip to tip, Ami hail a Mil that muuitxl four U.f Aug. 12. Iitt night F. J. Pine was ihot and Instantly LUIm by Prank (lallup, a desjerado. nallupen-ca- t oil to his house In the outskirta of the city, where he was surrounded by the The house was dark, tho windows were all clmed And necurcly fattenetl, and the iloort w ere strongly barricaded. While theothcers wem MltempliuK to ITct an of immlgrAtlon. entrance (lallup opened fire on the crowd window. from aa ojn Two of the oftlccrs were killed and Voa Molli Ritlfii ev (lallup used a WinIlRntlY, Aug. W. (leneral V n Mollle oral wounded. bfi ptarr! tn tliAfftire! !.tof tho chester, and WAt plentifully supplied with but bis niiuy. (Irnrinl Yon Wahlerwe siicrreiU ammunition,work of a career wat ended by militiaman. liiiu. Hmrror William bat wnttenilen th prompt ciaI Von Moltkcn grAclous ai laiTeciiun Five Shots at Boulanger. lit-t) ii offl-cc- r. 1" ttrn country deftnse. The apoinitiieiit Jutt ntnfenrd upon Count Von 'tie WAt held by the Iao Hmperor frederuk until be attended the throne, since wtten ft liAt Iwen vacant. Count Von Moltkeioutliiucs on the active list. I t(r nntttlHMlIn Kdt .f .. -i ,i i Aug. 12. While OenerAl llouUn-ge- r wan riding In an opencarringethrough tho idierU of oU Jrnli HArgfly, lit thfi Department of Prof. Perrln, a friend of Mayor hair, the candidate of the OportunIsts, drew a revolver nnd fired fltn abots at him. M. Hat-aptaa friend of Houlanger, ruthett upon Pcrrin and turned the direction of his wcaon and was himself wounded for hit pains, though not --.erloutdy. Houlanger was unhaimed. A fierce battle was tag-In- s between the rival parties at the time. Eloped With Mis Stepmother. Pam, A i.4vrt ct tlr-n- l latm ntrsK KrArruhotlld lAthra KhmmmL Tiiriik art twotnnrlor tntki nf nnt uial kiowIIi at ltK!hrll( FlA.,ono of w hlch hnn l.OOOnml Hit vllirr l.UW liluuma anil IahN. T1ii Alnlka arc nlout ten foot high, W ulllt liiAhrhrt irarhlnf out it Mna, Lklanm Ktantoiid'h Jewrlt ar a!um nl n M'timl iiilllloii. Irr ilUtunMi! mvktuco U thfl flnofctln tiir I'uit: Htntos atol Hithhl In (ho vvinht, It cott $ ("J tut.l coiuUW of liirga MMuo tint" -- oil talrcs. lUl.l.ARnKMiTii. maimstnK tMltorof the New York Wot hi, any t hero am In Now York "ntlcntt I'Olauyi-of Iho th) iter ilaa who rnul tho papcn oveiy morning loftntltonirthliiicoitwhich they might bate n tult for MM," A Ni:v Your Chinaman naim! (tan V- tHW, it poln Pnikf who han to -' China to rH ii wlfn, h tuyn whmh has aol tOOU inoro ha will homo nmt ct another (lati, who It (jfiiKi In tomcthlngof an Oilontal Jnlty. AccmtniM) to n rtvently piihllthcil Italian pamphlet tlifroiiio notv on Mount twenty ililfei cut inoiinitrrlr', rc'f At hot toon (Ireek, one Huttiatij oiio Hervfau and one ltiilgnrtaii. IUhti.kv CamI'Ukm. wma failure an a nonpiipor ieKrtci, It It inhl( t'ecanto ha would let hit Imagination run nway with hi facts, and ficipiently Jlhel tuittwero tho comuMjueiice. Juht IfCraunH Min. Moore, of Texat, had not 5iW In hand with which to pay n lahoror, ho went Into her field and khot leteu mule and a hnrtn that wero plowing tliora nml eatlly woith fl,'M). Caitaim (IrouriG Mt'iii'iiT, of Philadelphia, pottoHMm amoiif; other valuahlo iclicn, tho hnrrol of John llrowu't title. It l HprliiKfleld an octagonal tniooth-lHrweighing al'Diit twenty potiudt, and ha a Near the tnitt It a teleicop'o attachment. Utile KlUer phito net In tho ktool, hearing tlioiiniuoof John llrowu. Tiik lateit Jersey dwlndlo ti that of the man who advertlsoil for "tvro young men to potto for auiutUti" ami required each npplioaut for tho position to tend twenty lUo icntx for 'Vovcii photograpliA of th poiltlom he miMt piartlcw." It It Almost tKcdtffi to tay that the pltturei nrti cra?i and 200 or 3W young men have bad ari45iboc)c to thelrconuMtiivtlii mankind. nl-n- rnr. nml wnt Imulihtd for tlwca trcrlvc! nnehun-ilin- l f(. dispatch from Frank (Irenn nnd his aged about thirty years, wc;o arrested at Decatur, III., toMurderer Captured In a Cave. day by tha sheriff, and biought book tc tTaowiirr, Trnm., Aug. It -- William Taylorvitle. They had clopetl together. A warrant wns sworn out by young Anthony, a jooth, cruelly Idlwl LcoKleni-lu. C. twoyeaia n el urn, at Murphy, (Ireeu's father charging them with lar ago. Aulhony oas Uhmi bmg In a ceny, as' they had made nwny with most nntintAlu tave eer since the miirdei. of the old man'rt furniture. He could After n deipernto struggle he wat captured stand the lots of his wife, but ho wanted last night nod Is nnv In J.ill, tho projcrty. 12. ffrw York. of theharrod Heart, on lJ2d street ha eon It was nn turned I'V (lie building, with a frontage of thn-htiudrcil feet. Including nn root And wot wing, each of which wat a Unit ono hun dred fet UaiK Ihe two huudicd Inmates escaped. The lots It about JJJO.lsji), with S3tK,UJ0 liiKiiranre. Caie s plumbers was tho rnuseof the (lie. Convent Burnii. Aue. IX The Convent Taylonllle, Chicago, Aug. III., A najt that g, v- Savod By Hsr Corset, on, who shot Ullle Vale In a WathiiiKtuit stieet saltNin, has not jet Ihmmi Anesled. The girl ft lying nt Iho county hotpltal, but It In nodanger, nt the bullet atmck a coitct steel nml glamodotr, InMlctliigoiily She Had Become ImlirTererd fo Him. e, riiirAOo, Im,., Aug. 13.Kdwa'; Hint, a slight wound. lUuTnmis Ct., Aug. 12, At Plaiuville, hitt oteulug, (loo. Hradloy, aged twenty-threshot nnd tilled Miss l.llllo Potter, Agitl twenty-two- , and then shot himself ami will die. llradley had kept company with Miss Potter for somo time, but she had vt latu shown ludllTcienco tohlm, Sunday's Quota ol Immigrants. net ji vrnty-fourye- Weill Cot!e4 b be fUbuilt. HritACtthR, N. Y., Aug. 13, -- At n meeting of the trutteet of Wellt College, recently binned nt Amorn, held In this city, It was decided to build on the cm no rile, but after dllTcteul plant, nl nn ex pctito of not lets than JIUO.OK). mi. m m NrwYoiiK, Aug. 12. Tho arrivals at Cattle (latiloii weret The Umbrla, from I.Uerpool, ulthXIt Immigrants; the Hlysla, from (Hbrnltur, with aiO; the Hlavouia, fnm Htottln, with 227, and La Hourgogne, from Havre, with.TJK y Hob-Inso- n M "l Dead at Ono Hundred. Wo must curtnil oxponsos, aU Hri. Am, Mn.f Aug, 12. Mra.Harah tho hunbuntl to hUhwoot wifo. died yesterday at Forest Hill, liar-fonnd I don't hoo hownnlody County, aged ono hundred years. Her could bo inoro Having than i graudchildien numlwr thirty-livgreatWo'vo got n family of four of our ow n grandchildren foity-JHand she had one and two eorvantn, and yot I innmigo to Herimildpn uama got along, my droa hllN and nil. with was Carr, nnd she was liorn at Foil's Point In 17k, her family removing to Poiest mil only a Uttlu over 1100 u month." And I get n salary of $100 a mo ith." when she wot seventeen years old. Not Well, you nuibt got them to raNo since tho day slid settled In Hnrford has the lady left heradopted home. Mrs. Hob your Hitlary. You lmo tho leant mantusnu never saw agement about you of any por-n- n I road, ami died in n steamboat nor a rail the house tho entered as over saw. Oh, if 1 only woro u in.inP abrldoiu 107, o H,m h'ml" Not fontcd, JoncH whllo glancing over tho morning pnpor, know Pm not well poMtoi! In physiology, bit whm it comos to read no; that a man wan 'hot In hla Haloon, u 'boy mortally hurt In tho alloy,' und u woman Injuml on tho buck fttnlrV I may m wull own up to compleU) Ignoranco of thoau .trte of tho anatomy." iu-u-laU- The 'Q.s"Bad Luck. '! I Ciiicaoo, Aug. 12. Carelessness on the part of an engineer cnu.ed a collision two4Q," freight trains nnd entailed n total lost of $10,003. A number oil cars were struck by the locomotive of or tho train going in an opposlto direction and upsit. Tho oil, of which tlieiowns twenty thousand gallons, was soon a lire. Scared Soldiers. - "An ounco of prevention aio letter nor a pound of euro," said Mra. Urattle, aa iho took a cup of ffluger toa bofom eating Uccd oucumbu Jackkonvh.IK, Aug. 12. Threo ciieiiiuped with the 8lato militia at Magnolia JJIuir, Kla., bvcama alarmed by tha stories of yellow faver at Jacksonville, and Itft the camp without ordcre from their superior pfUctrs, bunkers Sunday morning, which lasted four niitra lioforo It could bo extinguished, nnd auscd Anvicrs from tho (Jcrmnn flooded dis- they much alarm. On Moiidav morninir tricts lepoit several death. Fouitcrn snort, ran short of water nnd were put on n nuovvnneo peisona aio misting fu the l,iebcn HiMnt hanlly drinkable. ot warm cotKlonsinl water, They sufTeretl from thirst. alone. Though tho vessel arrived nt tho dock hero (leuninl has transmitted at eleven a. m. yesterday, tho steerage pas. Thk Postmaster to tho Hccietniyof thoTiensuo thonn-litia- l scngcrsdld not reach Castlo (lard en until ropoit of the Second AstUlint I.Mi, tn, The food was only moderate In which altowa n dellcfentV quality and amount. Several other steer agouasscugcrs tuaJe tho samo statement. for lallway ttauspuitatiou of Miijs., " Out Wool Army OMcor -- "IIou Practical Philosophy. iro you, HankP I bear you hud n wedding1 nt your houso tho other 'If j on don't bco what yo want, nslc night" Hunk prominent citizen on for It." That U what wo heo In nomoof tho dlvldo Voh; my gnl got mnrrlod tboi-ctalWo act too often m Htoivb. to Ilnxor Hill." Ofllcor "Very quiet though that hlgn wiih bunj; up In this wcMldlng, wnnn't HP" Hunk "Well. world for our direction. Wo fret for I bbonld litlo ovcrl You moo, Hill ho what wo huvo not. Xo; llfo hiijh to ih, got no drunk by hovoii o'clock wo had 'If you don't bcowhat you wunt, make to pllo him up In tho eornor, nnd later Wo aro told that when Isaao Watta In tho ovciiln, wbon tho otbor follow h was a boy ho eomplatiunl to Ida father got to Khootln', tlioy was ho rattled that bo didn't Hko tho bymnN ued In oauMo Hill wasn't on hand that they tho church. "Younjr man," wild bN didn't do ti dtirn thing but break out fathor, reprovingly, "If you don't Hko tho wlnder-lnsf- l and inako tho tho hymns wo have, mako boltoronoH." oxpenelvo.' Washington Critic. Tho boy took tho hint. Intended as a reproof, nnd did write "bolter one 'I nay, pa, beard tho nowfl" As "No, my boy; what la It?" "Why. U wo havo already said, if this paper not what you want, mako It o. If they uln'tgnln' to huvo tho Inmp-poatpeople ubout you aro bo cheerful; any longer!" "I am Burprlaod! What If thoy are Impatient, be jjenllo; If tho la tho reasonP" "Why, they're long world U eitioked, keep htralht yom enough nowl" iolf. Wo shall not 1) much annoyed by Tommy Pit lor, who luw Just bejjun thu fatilU of otheiv If weeiiltlvate In ullondliiff Simday-Hoboo- l, ourselves tho opposite virtue. What put thin "Say, toachor, didn't wo mo towaid tho world tho woild will David lick Gollor with ono arm In s bo to us. young. ChriUi'tn, l metmM.muvaneitvsOMnMtl-risTtJrlr- r i.n Ln 11 l the resolution was ffMicnrrr! In. The o ute then went Into committee of tho whole Mr Springer lilt ) in the chair, on the Scrtcrry ap pre prist on. bill, which at debated until Ihe hour of adjournment. Wamiimitov, au b -- SrrATr: Several DUtrlit blllt were pnssetl. A Joint resolution wAt Introduretl npproprlatlnir IV1(0) for the itiiprcHlon of yellow fever. A bill wat pattnl to ettablivh n irartne hospital at Kinn..vllle, lnd to roht fmifrU The flherfet trcuty weot over. The SiKnrr bill, to rccuUlc ciinmereo farrled on by telegraph, wat patted: altnablll tpproprUilngfjaoiiMoenrourace Ihe rultlra Hon of llm under Ihe direction of the Commit lee on Airrlculturn, A conference report en the bill trrnntlnir aid lo Stile Hornet for 1 lis al'letl Soldlrm nut adapted. MH 4)p,in. tho ndjiojrnett until Monday. Ibicr . ifHtfeiento report was adopted on Ihe bill bicxtcnd eld to State hnd Territorial Hornet for lltanl-lcSddlert and Satlort. Mr. Sprthcer give notice he would nli upihoOltla-hom- n bill on Monday next. The prltatc calendar was taken up and seieral bills patted. At p m Mrecrv.at taken until h o'rUxk, the ntirht sehlon tclng for Ihe conslderillon of ftritute petition Mils. The JIuUkO utlurned over until Mondv. U AHiiihrimw, Aug 11 SrNATB. A wat reMirtel from the INwtmatter i.eiteralof ,tt4, in railwvj mall transporla-lions- . Iteferred Hills Mere reporlol a bill was introduced lo prohibit the erection of bridge achMt nvviifHbb- streams Hiihout tho content of Congress A resolution wnsndoitM enlllng upon the Htttrlct Commissioner for their authority to grant pcrmitt fitrnvcrtrcad wlrrt In Washington A' a resiinflon etllfng rm the A Horner Hencral for the con. s'"'"H(.. fu regard to the pay of the SujMTM-o- r of i:iee-Hoin N w York City which it It proposed to limit Notice wat given that the rmrt pn tno J.icUson (Mist) election outniet would be . ailed up Thursday next for rent IdTillon Mr. l'ullsokeon iho fltheiiea trealy IVmllng u tote on Mr Morruu't motion lo tHrsKiue Uio lnat till Iccetntrtr next, M" ilrji, uf Helv nan1, appeal d for the iKisiponcincut. At 0:13 p. m tre senate adjourned. llm')? -- Mr Horhinan iN J l offered n reto I ii t ion (tirecltng the Otmimtteoen Printing to Investignto the truth of Iho ftlN'tuthm u PW Vork pap r that tho Public Printer It liuttn; pr.nttng In Knglatiil, Itefcried Mr. fell for lulHiv (Idaho) olTorcd a rtsolullon railing on the Allot lie) .'rii.-i.i- l foi h IlitorpaiitoiiMiftniit' rd by Die I'rehldeiil 1a jmtsoiis ronvi ie. .f -. of unlawful tt3h Us OflnreMsrc'H Hf Hferred Mr t-- v bison (FI-V.lutrotlucrd a Joint resolution appro prlating$.vAOiMoiUdJn sujipi-osslnfnfecliout tlseiisettn tho United SUtos Ilffoired 'Tr balance or the dy uus given up to District nieuirs The fortlileiitlon bill was consider Ml uutd p. in , when the House adjourned. A0 MtlftMl Itrt tUM Iwt lirm ftM mm idnnnnfnnlontay next, nnd that at a mark of retpect to the memory of the deceaed when the two houses adjourn on Friday It wilt bo to Mr. Fialna expressed his thanks for tho roceptHn plvcu him. Mr. Hlalne's handshaking was somewhat limited, as ho had recently Injured his arm, and ho was forced to forego tho warm gnup of tho larger portion of thoso present Tho boats nowsteamod up tho bay A glee clob formed on ttio upper dock and sang asongof welcome composed for tha occasion totho tuno of "America," which was loudly applauded. Hoarso whistles from steam craft In tho river were Riven and as the vesel reached tho landing pier tho noiao Tho pier was crowded, was taoafcidnfr, Mr Ualno, Polico Commissioner nnd Mfsars. Poole and Ilartlctt entered the first CArrlajjo and the llepubllcan clubs fell In bobnd them and tho wholo party, tho ladlcv, were driven rapidly to tho Fifth Avenue Hotel Thowntlen which Mr. Hlalno received when bo arrived at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel was rich at ho will not soon forget. Tho meniVrs of tho family arrived at tho mlnutos before bo did, hotel fifteen Tho corridors woro crowded, tho crowd shouting IUalnot Hlalno, James 0. Hlalno," Mr limine, to avoid tho crowd, had entered by eldo door. Tho excitement at this time was In ton so Tlio man that tho crowd tva'f after was ono floor above, Ueicatod rails, and cheers were given for Hlalno, welconr. rlht yiwiaavMwuaimvfof4vrolcomoTaad'Ccn eluded with theae vronlst "This is tho most choerful sound I have heard for moro than a year Ho then turnc-- and wont back up stairs amtdt continued cheering. In his roon.s Mr. Hlalno held a sort of Informal recti t ion. Nlw York, Aug II. Mr. Hlalno, took a drive vesterd.iy afternoon through Central Park and vicinity, arcompanlctl by Messrs. Quay Ctarkson and other members of tho Natl tial llepubllcan Committee. After returning from ms drive Mr. Biauio retiird to hit room In the Fifth Avcnuo Hotel and rest until evening, nonoof tlio hundreds of jwv in who thronged tho hotel b?lng d b) disturb hlin. At eight oVlock tho crow! in and around Madison Square uuuh lenl many thousands. Tho rooplo whllod awa the llnm shouting for Hlalno, Harrl son ml Moitott in crowa reprcscnieu allc sse of sK'icty On tho stand were J. P An hibaM. Master Workman Magee and a number of other Ivbar leaders, as well as H offleors of various llepubllcan orgnn-tzaH.H. ITklns. Perry Curon, Walker Him ami other woro also conspicuous. At iiChalnaaii Alalia K Forl called k'T rcrrting loonier from tho graud I ud tan' ind after n few words of tribtito to Mr l iiln ho s.nt Cappa'shnnd to tho hotel baleen to aorerudo tho distinguished statoman. Tho hind ployed "Marching Thr--rUonrgla," tho crowd adding their voles. "Home, Swtvt Homo" vvna then reiiiVred, and tn n few momenta a storm of app i'i arose nt Hlalno made hit appear-anr- r Mr. Hlaluocamo from tho hotel lean tngeniiioarmof Hon. I. Morton, and folPiatt, Oeneral Alger, low ib ex Ki'iiat-iWa.'riird I.inmona Hlalno and a commit They were aided through tho loo ocort crow h the iwlleo to tho stand. Wen Mr llinlno apjiearod on tho stand meeting to onler Mr Ford ajjala him. died on Mr David Healcy to mad an ndd-vout half of tho worklngmen of Thouddrcss was JvVff Vork to Mr Hhilna n Bt n in inrepioit of protectionism, Mr. lltamawnt lUcu tntrodiirod, and aftrrtho npp iUo had aubshlM dolivered n short mh driAfir ;ho speech Mr. Hlalno returned hotel, w hero au Informal recesHou to vvaihcld tn his apartmcuts. ti could do nothing but bow his ocknowl-edgenoto tho ovation. Ho then tnT&pnsabOd hlf tUftoks. la law vrorda tor.lb. whin iasteM ten rutnute. Hr. rittino time I wns unable to train the camera upon the elder son of tho parable. I never could get a negative for a photograph. These was not enough light In the gallery, or tho chemicals wero poor, or tho Hut now I atlUi movfd In tho picture. or a think I havo him. Not a or tho mere bust, but a full length Krtratt as bo appears tn me. The father In the parable of the Prodigal had nothing to brag of In Ida two sons. The one was a rake nnd tho other a churl. I find nothing admirable In tho dissoluteness of theone, and I find nothing attractive In the acrid sobriety of the other The one go, down over the larboard side, and the other goes down over tho starboard sldo; but they both go down From the window of the old homeitead bursts the minstrelsy. Tho floor quakes with the feet of the rustics, whose dance Is always vigorous and resounding. The neighbors have beard of the return of tho younger son from his wanderings, and they have gathered together. The house Is full of congratulations. I suppose the tables aro loaded with luxuries. Not only the ono kind of meat mentioned, but Its concomitants, 'ClapIV go the cymbal, "thruml" go the harps, "click!" go tho chalices, up and down go the feet Inside, while outside Is a most sorry spectacle. The senior son stands at theeornerof the house, n frigid nhlemntlc Ho has just coma In from tho fields In very substantial apparel. Seeing some wild exhilarations around the old mansion, he asks of a servant passing by with a goatskin of wine on his shoulder, what all tho fuss Is about. One would have thought that, on hearing that hla younger brother had got back, ho would have gone Into the bouse and rejoiced, and, If ho were not conscientiously opposed to dancing, that he would have joined tn tho Oriental schotttsche. No. Thero he stands. His brow lowers. His Hp curls with contempt. He stamps the ground with Indignation. He sees nothing at all to attract. The odors of the feast coming out on the air do not sharpen his appetite. The lively music does not put any spring lobt Ids step. lit Im hi a terrible pout. lie criticises the expense, the injustice, and the morals of the sldo-facthreo-quarte- r, lltijT-:aTfck- m- " f I c.il!'-1lh- o - m ia ' An l'oplf.iiiiiL Vojugr. Nrx Yokk, Aug. II lleorgo Kennedy, a Micetago (wtsongcrby the City of Now Vork, aa, tho p.iviagtt was n very unpleasant one for Iho jiooplo In his part of tho ship. In edition to the tedious delays caused hy tho breakage of machinery at Quoonatown and on tho voyugo, thero was n ilro In tho coal - '" wed-din- 1 d UngPnAcw Jiavm AVwf. he'adedt'and"coAxeshIra tocoroV (n,"jr will not fo In. iio scolds the father. He goes Into a pasquinade against Iho younger brother, and he makes the most uncomely scene. He says; "Father, you have put a premium upon vagabondism, I sjnyed At homo and worked on tho farm. You never made a party for me; you didn't so much ns kill n kid; that wouldn't have cost half so much ns a calf; but tho scapegrace went off In fine clothes, and ne come back not fit lo iw sen, and what a tlmo yon mako over him! He breaks your heart, And you pay him for It. That calf to which wo have been giving extra feed during all thetn weeks wouldn't be so fat and sleek If I had known to what use you were going to put It. ThAt d d deserves to bo Instead of banqueted. Veal Is too good for html" That evening, whllothe younger con sat telling his fatherahouthtsadventures, and asking nttout what had occurred on tho place stneo M departure, tho senior disgusted, wild lams brother goes to tho door after hirn. That senior brother still lives. You can see him any Sunday, any dayof theweek. At n meeting of ministers In flermnny someone asked tho question: "Who Is that elder son!" and KnimmAcher answered: "I know him; I saw him yesterday." And when they Insisted upon knowing whom ho meant, ho saldi "Myself; when I saw the account of the conversion of a most obnoxious man, I waa IrritAtAd." First, this senior brother of the text stands for man. With the same breath with which ho vituperates ngalnst his youngei brother lit) utters n panegyric for himself. The man of my text, Ilko every other self righteous man, was full of faults. He was an tngrat", for he did not appreciate the home blessings which ho had all those years. He was disobedient, for when the father told htm to come In he stayed out. Ho was n liar, for ho said that tha recreant son had devoured hit father's living, when the father, so far from being reduced to lriiuiy, Imd n huiur.twtd Int, had Instru ments of music, had jewel, had a and lustevl of iwdnj pAiiper, was a Thin senior brother, with so Prince. many faults of his own, was merciless tn his criticism of the younger brother. The only peitrci peopm Hint 1 kuoi were utterly obnoxious. I was never so badly cheated In all my life as by a per feet man. Ho got so far up In his devotions that ho was clear up altovo the rules of common honesty. These men that go alwut prowljng among nnd In places of business, telling how good they aro look out for them; kep your ! I have noticed hand on your pocket-boothat Just In proportion as a man gets good he gets humble. Tho deep Mississippi does not mako as much noIe as tho brawl-lu- g mountain rivulet. Thero has been many t store that had moro goo Is In the than Inside on the shelves. This man of the text stood nt the corner of the lion so hugging himself In Admiration. We hear a great deal In our day about the higher llfo. Now there nre two kinds of higher-lif- e men. The one nre admtinble and the other are most repulsive. Theone kind of higher-lif- e mauls very lenient In the criticism of others; does not twre to death with long harangues, does not talk a great deal about himself but much about Cnrlst nnd Heaven; gets kindlier and more gentle nnd more useful until one day his soul spreads n wing and he tiles nwny to eternal rest, ami everybody mourns hla demangoes parture. The other higher-lif- e Around with a Bible conspicuously under his ami, goes from church to church, a sort of general evangelist; Is a nuisance to his ow u pastor w hen he Is at home and a nuisance to other pastors whn ho Isaway from home; mus up to some tnnuwholu counting out a roll of bank bills, or running up a dlflicult linn of tlguie-4- and nsk til nt how hi soul Is; make religion h standing In a dose of Ipecucuaiiha; religious meeting making hii nddicai, ho has a patronizing way ai though ordinary Christians wereclsar away down btlo.v him, so ho bad to talk at the top of hli vngA-boncow-hide- bxti be contented toiUy on tho farm. HeVIll fall away. I wnild go In, too, and rejoice with the others If I thought this thing wns genuine; bit It Is a sham. That loy U a confirm! inebriate and debauchee." Alaal my frlenit, for tho Incredulity In the Church of Christ In regard to the reclamation of the recreant. You tay a man has been a strong drinker. I say: "Yes; but he has reformed." "Oh I" you say, with n lugubrious face, "1 hope you are not mistaken;! hop you aro not mistaken." Yon say: "Don't rejoice too much over his conversion, for soon he will te unconverted, I fear. Don't make too big a party for that returned prodigal, or strike tho timbrel too loud; and If you kill a calf, kill theone that Is on the commons, and not the ons that has been luxuriating In th paddock." That is the reason why more prodigals do not come homo to their Father's Louie. It Is the rank Infidelity In the Church of Ood on this subject. There Is not n house on tho streets of Heaven that has not tn It a prodigal that has returned nnd stayed home. There could bo IWore unrolled you a scroll of d a hundred names the names of prodigals who camo back forever red formed. Who was John Hunynn? prodigal. Who was Hlchard Baxter? A returned prodigal. Who w as (leorgo Wfaltefleld, tho thundererf A returned prodigal. And I could go out In all directions In this nndlenco and find on either side those who, once far astray for many years, have been faithful, and their eternal salvation ti assure as though they had been ten years In Heaven. And yet some of you have not enough faith In their return. You do not know how to shake hands with a prodigal. You do not know how to pray for hlra. You do not know how to greet him. He want" to sail In the warm ot Christian sympathy. You are the Iceberg against which he strikes and shivers. Yoa say he has been a prodigal. I know It. But you are tho sour, un responsive, censorious, saturnine, cranky, Mer brother, and it you are going to Heaven one would think some people would be tempted to go to perdition to getaway ibv that If a deer WR - fibre ' hfrneiit of thefr cofsHiy7and the general rule fa, away with the man whohas been wounded with sin. Now, I say, tho more bones a man has broken tha more need ho has of a hospital, and that the more a roan has been bruised and cut with sin the more need ho has to carried Into human and Divine sympathy. But for such men there Is not much room In this worldthe men who want to comeback after wandering. thou-anAre-turnegulf-strea- "That boy has rWe back for more money. Ho got a third of the property- now he has come back for aiother third. He will never - Ing. Then the Christians begin to pray for rain, and the rain comes. Then the Mohammedans mot togetherto account for this, and they resolved that God was so well pleased with their prnyern H kept thedioughton sons to keep them praying; but that the Christians began to pray, and the Ionl was so disgusted with their pray-er- a that He sent rain right nway so that Ho would not hear Any more of their supplications. Oh, this accursed spirit cf envy And jealousy! Iet us stamp It out from all our hearts. A wrestler was so envious of Theogenes, tho prince of wrestlers, that he cotitU not bo consoled In any way, and after Theogenes died and a statue was lifted tohlm In a public place, his envious antagonist went out every night nnd wrestled with tho statue until one night ho threw it, and it fell on him and crushed lilm to death. So jealousy Is not only absurd, but It Is killing to the body and It Is killing to the soul. How seldom It Is you find ono merchant speaking well of a merchant In the same line of business. How seldom It is you hear of a physician speaking well of a physician on tho same block. Oh, my friends, the world Is large enough for all of us. Let us rejoice ot the success of others. The next best thing to owning a garden ourselves Is to look over the fence and admire the flowers. The next best thing to riding in fine equipage Is to stand on the street and admire the prancing span. The next be it thing to having a banquet given to ourselves Is having n banquet given to our pi ottfgal brother that has ccmo heme to his father's house. Besides that. If we do not got as much honor and attention as others, we ought on vvht vj to con"T'ili eacApe tn the wry of assault." TbeF.enei Oeneral, riding on horseback at tho head o.t his troops, heard a soldier complain and say: "It Is very easy for the General to command us forward while ho rides and we walk." Then the Oeneral dismounted and compelled the complaining soldier to get on the horse. Coming through a rav Ine a bullet from a sharpshooter struck tho rider And he fell dead. Then the General said: "How much safer to walk than to irIre fMmmpA 1 In velvet and satin And ld man-slc- hvvi s, prayer-meeting- k show-windo- w prayer-ineetln- be tempted. An Invalid went to South America for his health and one day sat sunning him self on the kach, when he aw something crawling up tho beach wriggling toward him and he was affrighted. He thought It wns a wild wast or u reptile, and he took Ids pistol from his pocket. Then bo saw-i- t was not a wild beast. It. was a man, an Immortal man, a man made In God's own Imago; and the poor wretch crawled up to the feet of the Invalid and asked for strong drink, and the Invalid took his wine-fias- k from his pocket and gave the poor wretih something to drink, and then under the stimulus he rose up and gave his history. a merchant In Glasgow, ScotHe hail land. He had gone down under the power of strong drink until he was so reduced In jujvertv that be was lying In a boat Just off the beach. "Why," said the invalid, "I knew a merchant In Glasgow once, a merchant by such nnd such a name," nml the poor wretch stralghttueil hluuelf and " Tat. tho next state of our being," says said MI am that man." "Lot blm thut a profound thinker, "ha developed tho ttnudeth take heed lest he uureveuled mysteries of tho Deity who thfnktthh fall." made tnuiikiud, wo must bo contented like Agani, I remark that the senior brother olMHlleul children, to believe much that wo stands for tho tplrlt of etwy rou not jetutiderstanJ If wo limit our of and jratoiisy, The senior brother thought faith to What we fully understand, we -that all the honor thry did to tho returusd shall belUvo almost nothing. A. 1'. JWs brother hm wron duu to him. 1U fixed up by pomatumed and hrendered and cologned and frizzled and crimped and "Iwvnged" sinners plenty of room I Such we meet elegantly at the door of our churches, and we Invito them Into the best seats with Chesterfleldlan Rallintrles; we usher them Into the house of God, and put soft ottomans under their feet, an I put a d In their hand, prayer-booand pass the contribution box before them with of an air apology, while they, the generoua souls, take out the exquisite )ortemonnnfeand open it ntid with diamond finger push dnvv n beyond the gold pieces and delicately piek out as an expression of gratitude their offering to tho Iml of one cent. For such sinners plenty of room, plenty of room. But for the man vvhft his leon drinking until htx coat Is threadbare and his facets eryslpelased, and his wife's dress la In the pawnbroker's shop, and his children, instead of being !n tool, aro out begging broken bread nt the basement doors of tho city tho man, liedr, mind and soul on fire with the (lames that hsv leaped from the scathing, tcoicliiiiff, blasting, consuming1 cup which the drunkard takes, trembling and agonized, and affrighted, and presses to his parched lip and his cracked tongue. and hit shrieking yet immortal spirit no room. Oh, If this younger son of the parable had not gone so fsr off, If he had not dropped so low In wassail, the protest would not have been so severe; but, going clear nvr the prelpjc, at the younger son did, the elder sou Uanffry and will not go In. Oh, bo not so bard In your criticisms of the fallen, lest tnou thypelf nlrm be tempted. A stranger one Sunday staggered up and dow n the aisles of my church, disturb-I- n -rvlc had to le the ccrrlT"""! tb taken from tho room. stopped until he He was a master of the Gospel of Jesus Christ cf a sister denomination! That man had prMohed the Gospel, that man had broken tie bread of the holy commun ion for the people. From w hat a holght to whata dertii Ob, I was glad thoro was no smiling in the room when that man was taken out, his poor wife following him with M hat In her hand and his coat on her arm. It was as solemn to me as two funernls-tf- ae funeral of the body and the funeral ol the soul. Bew are lest thou also s, gilt-edgek ten-dolls leather sinners, Iaco, for sinners and patent- - my text stands outside, tho comers of his mouth drown down, looking as he feels miserable. I Am glad bis lugubrious physiognomy did not spoil the festlvltlei within. How many pouting Christians there nre In our day Christians who do not like the music of our churches. Christians who do not like the hilarity of the young pouting, pouting, pouting at wUty, nntttlno; at th f ashlnna pouting' at the nowspapers, pouting nt the church, pouting at tho Government, pouting ot the high Heaven. Their spleen is too large, their liver does not work, their digestion Is broken down. There are two cruets In their castor always sure to be well supplied vinegar and red pepper. Oh, come away from that mood. Stir a little saccharine Into your disposition. While you avoid the dissoluteness of the younger son, avoid nlso the irascibility and th petulance nnd tho pouting spirit of the eldest son, and imitate the father, who had embraces for tho returning prodigal nnd coaxing words for the splenetic malcontent. Ah! the face of this pouting elder son It put lfore us In order that we might better see tho radiant and forgiving face of the father. Contrasts are mighty. The artist, in sketching the field of Waterloo years after the battle, put a dove In the nmuth of the cannon. Raphael. In one of his cartoons, beside tho f nco of a wretch put the faco of a happy and Innocent child. .nd so the sour face of this Irascible and disgusted elder brother Is brought out tn order that the contrast we may better understand tho forgiving and theladlant face of God. That is the meaning of it that God Is ready to take Iwick any body thut la sorry, to take htm clear back, to tako him back forever, and forever, and forever; to take hint back with a loving hug, to put nklhSonhU parched lip, a ring ou his bloated hand, an easy shoo on his chafed foot, a garland on his bleeding temples, and Heaven In his soul. Oh, I fall flat on that mercy I Come, my brother, and let us get down Into the dust, resolved never to rise until the Father's forgiving hand shall lift us. I I Once more I have to tell you that this se nlor brother ot mv text ntands for the Kruting" ChrlsttanTtfWhlU there U so muctiV congrafufaHon wlUifn doon, the hero ot ridel" OPINIONATED CLERKS. Make an Independent Man's LHe n Heavy Iturden. If thero Is any thing that creates tn mo a desire to punch somebody's head It Is to attempt to purchase a given artlclo and bo told by tho salesman that I waat something else, I believe that tho desire to afford an Impression of universal knowledge Is Inherent with every young man and woman who sells goods In a rotall store on a salary. Constant experience tn this direction lends strength to tho beltof, Whon I attempt to purchase a shirt I am told that my ideas as to the proper slxo of neckband are Incorrect; when I buy collars tho clerk politely ridicules the shape I on selecting, Informing mo that thut la very old, and trying to foist on me some newfangled thing as hideous as It Is uncomfortable. My greatest trials, however, aro with my tailor, who Is a good man, but If I traded with somewhat opinionated, him for a thousand years I do not bellove ho would under stand that I havo Ideas nt my own at to the way I want my clothes made and don't care a maravedl for what ho Is pleased to term "tho stylo." Of courso be Is obliged to capltulato In the end, but when I have In formed him that my decision on a certain point Is final, he delivers himself of a commiserating sigh that Is Infinitely more exasperating than openly expressed contempt. I urn gradually beginning toreallro that there Is no room la this town for an Individual who does not adhere aluvlahly to the laws laid down by others as to the way ho shall clotho himself and Is possotsod of mild Ideas of his own us to what suits him djsL t'Auyo Jourml Jlotr The j tn mytt im , 4r ayu- - - fc rsiwryafasTtfftiv c'Jv;.u 'VAfflrwwyrw . t ', ,y :m 4rirffsim -- r.tU? ' "i- - is politics rent! the GIoInvlK'iuucnU, the members present: Ihllird-- A. J. Warden, by H I hind know that it n the rott piipcr of tlic IonltlI uruxy. (Jrnvc: W. P. jean piutj, himI It will stttko somo McTrirkcn A. Ie. Grief, by J. C. Oil ocratlo National Ccmtnittee to cet181, W. of tlio colniril foliiH wiui amaze Etoldora light on a political situation tUt- - J the South the lino is squaro- moot that tlio Hopuollcnns of the rnMw-.- C T Apcn. diiiwn, not on the tin ill, but be- pcnilesoB him. It does nottako W Knifli Mr I'oliclca Nonlorfellnlilc nfter llirfo jenre, uml ull cluiniB luiiil Jorth art1 untiling to kick i'ie ntv Trlirc- -ll V rcprefnlcd. tho nuostioncr loner to a rnu .1 1' oh lljiruntii win c. CiIUthv lnuiH,i)..itolj' 011 receipt of proofo of tli'nlli. pro out oi mo Kepnhlir.m puny-Ulho South and Acst aro tho Hiired as to New Yoik. 1'hcro is MHrlmli U". U. 'inilu. do they want to kirk t ho something In the air that Inspire two great agricultural sections of Iyon J. W, Clnrk ?&ti rr Tifl7!!ftg3LSa A. ncgio out iiniriifliiighim:t'l thoc nioti. iiie tanners ol too ruiiinIrU I WJIpy, him with the same coutldeueo that the Orit tendon wars ns n otin inacliluef SimpNt reprinted. ;l!iP$&aS is felt by every New York Demo. south bclievo Iu tho piinciple of I.WIiiRAten -- J h HPili.1 ly hewuiso the ncpro iomuintts oral that the Kmpirt Slate Is suic mil' reform. They will vote tho IUckninn-(t- eo b Huludn. mill controls tlio Uepuhltr.m parTVT for Cleveland by a inoro Mibstnn iUinociatlc ticket, but would not fetal. ty in tlio Southern Pultm J. W. ConSUI. ly Stu' tin! maioillv than thnt of lfttt ,i ho if its success were likely to rrwr.rc j:c Tito tnllnwiuir resolution? wore reason of numbers liaa iiuoV it the . i Nor does Uptake him long to Kul rrMoro tho negro to power, The t C3VOILLf3 J5Y3 SALVE. 'iiigper" party nu.l thr ki.olcSO Ireoiiiti niiu nuopicn iiimiu- - tho impiessiou that tho Democra- i.umersoi i.i. FOR PBESIDENT, est aie lor lariu uie of this fact weakens that iut in but many of them will cy of Nevs- Jersey Manila like a leoim, IV Ncur.ilgi and ltheuutatMm, primtr Jllte,, GROVER CLEVELAND, the Northern States; ami the ad- held mi &ilTl'nt n U'tuber 13' ttoiioi am stouo wall ngalust tho attacks of tote the Republican ticket be- - txir r li, M unity will not permit ditional cause Hint thornoito with tho votdu COWOILL'S N72ASEL OIL. etch ciiiiitr rvuupon tho Republican enemy. Thcro ia iiiso the South OP IVnAV A OHIC. s h IthUl'hN At ti 27111, Iw8t I MKH 1IIK cMItK OF riMtn PiHooL all his solid voting for the )ncivs"n)iMl for no break iu the Democratic ins the r'irt linq lie negto to rttle. Tho gteut nnm MhS M K. lilt Hilir vn MISS X A ,1,AAV TheM.oUsiirar "111 In) can' 1cllvcttlioi te of a the Mi n oo of can a in Jersey that is worth taking into" in.icturers of other sections will FOU iniiMiinirleptnf 'n wvkreh. I'npiU will he ehsrurl mm mttance In ml !ii lid Mdatr to repr'nom Ih illriat in the COWGILIS PILE OINTMENT, single Southern State to tho ie lor uoriiMin. 1110 mauuiac- iwinnniil Tim 1 tfititlttl tmitat a nriiM of ipnrtrr Tuition pirsh'r hi ndddle a'd t endof ipurtrr. tnt prrfrrr'J In adtatuM candidato for resident, roiifrtfn nt he United ntes, which fl.nin ilnrpintnnl )lin f,l af TulCril of tllO Soiltll Will VOt for V& For Tetter and Ktngworm, No ih iucMon for slMtrirf. G. THURMAN, ALLAN fvrt hr Piei! arraiipmrnt. l'ricrt as follows. nml Trlmiry ('laf. per ipurier. $M0, and not being able to do this, the urped to nit Di'itorratfi oreThe e'wfon nonili 2 0) ) tho Republican nartv. and tbrral eveluiitl because Republican attend nnd vote OK OHIO. raoioh $3.U0.) Republican lenders of fie North to be hrhl undrr the nuipise of the nv U nvprif inillniUmi Hint tlin Rtnfni SUCCOSH 111011114 UCgro domination. COWOILL'S TSTrSR OIHTMSIIT. Ihttfrmethsle rsjiv. ir qiisrlrr, 7 GO, AJianced CIaum, (eiN litrrs, Nsl. fc ence, tllghir Mathcuialles andA(,iinf usgt)t want to kick them of. 4,Who crl uHinty eonuuiurt and the nflirerit re will return one of its old tiina Die small manufacturers and me- penpiartsr. 10t (pt-- nioulh $1.00) iTi mtcs of other sections will dl- - ftajr For Worms, by l!i- - inactive county luiu o be ches-wants themt" saysthis?rcal Democratic majorities. A T)K. ClAMPlinLL who is pine pnpor. AiyjUowhig rehires or Uiechitrium tlircd votes uctweon Ulevo Co;vGillrn Pica sani Wcna Syrttp Ittit wlntt nhmit (nimonttriif f ,jic their lMk 53Mnmm tichig mrdU'ioo In i tout nt of AViotvI. That th county ronimttt pays that St Louis iftlocn this tho WlUTfi ItPlnicann hi the vnrioim rounthi rflt mwl n Hie roun The man to whom all qucstioieMmn IUI d Harrison. SATiSh.KCTiaS tWAlt.iXrhtW Oh up wo have tho various lnIlTWNK will hve chsrR of the Miit iVparlment. Terms as MISS Ol.t ted oii tlio former site of the Gar- different cities are organizing tv Nt of tK" rrp"cliv! cotintiw on arorefeired for news ubou' thci I sumstruggling to get into line TUK MUSKY HKFUSURD. hcrrtqfortf. li n itli p'cnrti that ihe nnrx. uncmcut mmlf ef hiln Utn so for exwhite tlr.hwutiy CXtoN?r 17th ISS, count th hituation in that snug little; State sections den of Eden, mid that ho Missis cluding Hcpublicau clubs, Iand u tho svrvkvs ol Mus tlvllv rirHot, (hi K't fsvorits in crisrj;e of a, to Innate How Tt iat.t for tin cnndtd.itc4 fr Ctni;rtw, is tlio veteran Chairman of the something after this fashion tho colored mah Fur Sale hj the Vroirittor, &ippi river is really the Euphrates. thU DepMl. JHiieXS New Rngland hesitating bet ween ungrateful I Can tho colored peo- mme out a nac.ncnt ttiervif in wr'ting, II or I'nrcnr.icAN newspapers Iiavo ple, in any fam.ess, expect any im1 lirdin;itlic chairman(lie some trcmWr National Committee, Willlim tin' freo uhiskv, protection and sus IJ. W, COWGILL, Dniffffisl, rrsult to published forped extracts from constdeiatiou Irom the Demociats of tnft coiiunitlT cT'lfy cotniuittt'C of ho lmrnuni. Kvcn a glanco at the grim features, so full of foeo and picion of tho South on one side, of uGS3 Hickman, Ky. Kuplish newspapers commending whom they hae Anted against mecung tohllif fxeciitivo hell In Pjdito.di on Fridr determination, is renssuriig; but and tempontneo and tariff reform tlio Mills hill ns n free trade mens-lire- , solidly since they woro voteis! l)d.tr lOili, H8S, nt wlrch thna and on the other. and thus desipnatlnp Preei-flou- t The Kepublicaii8 undtr tho dclu p'ncf tlit cenrr.il count of the vote cast tho visitor gains more coiililence Tho .Middle States tolerably ADVERTISING when he hears tho cool onl mcas well In hi made tariff mossngo sion that the negro vote would Cleveland divided between tho war ie .iimu counties will commiiie.and urod utterances of that nnst as Jlfll nnnoimced liy 'he and fnvorinp his reform. make someof the Southern States tho politicians. "Tel your After the adoption of tlio reso- lute of Tlio West struggling to over." (It NUMh ltiU'UGRUS from tho yellow fe Republican have poisoned tho nt II ir)n4rv Judgo Allen, of rriuce-ton- , people," says tho gtizzled chaii .lirf d Trn4iii vcr nt Jauksonville, Fin, have left minds of tho colored people lutions is president of the State man, who has led tho part iu h come sectional feeling iu its f Ahi iwh tii htlf 1'iiti ir pm h fh who against tho white proplo of the to secure a letonn of tho A4lllllQit4l inrti n that city by hundreds, and arc lai i?tii, r fro.ttM (fprii League of Democratic Clubs, many fights, "that Connect cut n ri.r quarantined apainst by many South, who are and havo always spoke brictly in regard to tho en- not 'doubtful; shots nil right. We tuiiff. mm i rtrii ff ittmu ruk. Mittttit Tho South tho whites march- illMTilN fltt- ItVtt towns. The epidtMiiiout Jackson been their best friend, and now couragement of tho organization aro in hotter shape thcro than we titMti.iririf.Jt!.t mnt li ntf ni u ih iu.r ..r,.uir illc is extendiiip mul has nlreadv that they find the negro unable to of Democratic clubd and 6tated w ero fonryears ago ; we havo mor ing forward to certain victory unfcrlnti per nt (ttt t tt,.(,. ram it nssumcri ery dangerous propor- do the expected woik, kick iilm I't- -- h we have tho no der tho banner of Domoeracy hMllvf "tiitMt voters with us; ff out with scorn! The vegro, him that he had been requested and croj ot young voters; wo iiuk without looking upward to distions. self, In the South, at leant, has would address tho Democrats of moro farmers who want less ta.M cover what is inscribed upon it To the total abolition of that dtawti the color hue, and thro this end of the Stato during the srixincAiioNs as DmwiN .rl, and.sitltis eoft accurately calculitci. to i:vi:r.YTiNii nkkd. more mugwumps; V' the blacks, under the leadership wo s institution, tho appears no alternative hut for coming ntnwiPN on that subject havo have wo did not have fou or n tew whites, who euro only to If PtMlf I. Otl, md h Ht ul Km trior. JoU Mlicird. what msyJ&M slipper," is doubtless white men to draw the wlilto line and on the principles of DemocIf nm years ago. nunuretis oi siraigu know that the Republican, buituer If vnn it Hill PA, owing to tho creation of tho new as a matter of self protection. racy. l urKiHt, If yn l,ear.? ",u "ui. order of knighthood, the northern Hut, the ungrateful pnrt of it is, Resolutions were adopted urg- nut Km nhlicntw who have com? l"S MLlxrry Wlll Its ok wtl LHRr lt4. wo l R4. If IM MMl r and western juvenile bandit. Shin- that the tchitc Republicans iu the ing the organization of Democrat Bnmirhlv nvop on thn till iff issu Uc?' lone as Hcctiouai prejudice II. lirritAMN, Vrft. C. nALTZKR, 1. Prntt n. U AUiXANUlCll filiA! If ? wai HmtarMthrJf. no i .. .n.l.1 l...n int f.n..A na' CXlStS III 0W KllglHII(lff tlltf IV.IHt U MflM gles and old filippcis had much to North should comments drawing ic e'uos in tMery precmet, anil a Xr 4t ! IUH lixluiiMit, m U Mill. ... . Kill !..! Kn.. l.ft n a .....i tho West; ho long as the do with the proud civilization of the white lino bv orpudzlng white meeting of all the Democratic If 'ITlftfi Ti. If tm wNl HiMi (1rrlnr clubs in tho District, on Sept. 3rd, originally stood, inn u uas neeii blacks of the South are encour- In f it the past. nt J03 rRI.NTIRO Republican clubs. The Southern f ? 4 amended so that it affords nuqjb 4iifi t..f j mnmt, ftm aged to remain solid, just so long m rlil ii Tun Prohibitionists of Indiana white Republicans, of course, wjll, in Paducah. rn Im fnt iu! Mll.tMi hy tIUbc t lb protection to ever Connection will the campaign of reason, which have challenged tho Itcpublicuns to help themselves to office, keep .stay at Yoru i'osr. IIK'K.IIAA, KV. industry, and as soon as wo JiaV every patriotic citizen devoutly for a debate between Gen. Hovey on cajoling the negro, and make explain its jtn Office, So Nnj Ilemocrntv to lion. W J.SIone. had opportunity to and Hon. Jasper S. Hitches. Jn him blieve that the talk of the visions to our people, there wl desires, bo delayed. is nothing but t And yet, the ehallenpo thu Mottling tdate J Tho Democrats of tho Lower not be enough disaffected Deuit campaign in tho South, it isbe-a 850,(100. of reason at last, went is made that tho i;opuhucnu6 Democratic lies. The Northern House of Congress havo passed crats to bo worth counting. Titer1 aro in league with tho Democrats Republicans can get office with- a bill reducing tariff taxation. aro some now, but tiiej will db cause It is icasouablo that the In ptirusnre tn order of chtln dire to defeat tho candidate of the out the negro vote, but the South- This bill, if it becomes a law, wMll appear as soon as tho situation' better classes should control, and ed to me hy the Judce of the Kultun Clr ern white Republican cannot, and relievo tho people of about eighty put befote them as It id. It doe it is unreasonable to suppose that oult Court I will buM on the lt Monday fchsg rstlsf!r o5s)lwl khiIipiiiW far lnwineM, wc np'efsjlly solicit tlic rsslronsct Prohibition party. in An put not, st (he setoral voting pre of all uniAllcslIttfona niaJo ftr dfjHsltnrii fnr tf rhsicr, Ari'ttoeJ difference between million dollars sensible working ma this, tho garden spot of the e4ntl t'ulion County, Ky , fr not Tin; only argument against freo there's tho and tweedledee. ppAir rOHlnK ihrtr ir mth, illsesniirft at the verse, would not be n houling w ofinelecting a ( IreiHt Clrrk tsttfillpar tweedledum it This bill has taxes. gone to the long taken the now to decide between free whit quinine appears to bo that it Is so Is rslc ot por rent, jitr aonar.i. a matter of no concern to Ken- Republican Senate. desert if it was dominated by the unexplfv"! term sf T. M. Freotli. IecvAJ. cheap that people afflicted with These Re- kv and cheaper clothing " This July 'JhiL ls.i. sous of Ham. ,, Democrats because wo can publican Senators can now pass u chills are likely to take too much tucky carry Kentucky, W. A S1HTK. easily but with this bill, and thus relievo the peom.uuo iv oiiio. cuu.Nrv of It If wo can substituto pood, truo tiik Slisrlfl" KulUin CVuniy. Ky i.iuou xor.'i i i:t?ntii:. Southern kiiuluess to the ple, or they can amend it, nnd pass cheap clothing for shoddy, no JO i.iti th iiKKrat 11. jirnnwN. ( lui.Tnt. It M AI.KXANDKIU j.m HKin doubt wo shall 11ml ourselves coloured people wo sij they ought a tax reduction bill to suit themTho tronolo oxer the negro ''Please give the dittcrencc be- A.. to see the mountain of prejudice selves. j cowau.u w c JOHNSON J V AltXAMU-Il- . wearing too many pnlrs of breech minstlmi. tmlfyiiirr friim thn rPimiit tWCeil tllO UVCMgO WagCS of Ull feeling that is being PHYSICAN AfID SURUEON ISiiclauil aiiu ui es iu the summer. To icritico the and race their solid voting kept Tho Republicans obstructed nnd and nil delayed this measure in tho House race troubles in Haywood county proieqicti liimir in Franco and HICKMAN. alivo by protected labor war tariff is to ruin our health. KKNTUOKY untr, for no other purpose iutho.worbl ty M pppHte taction, nnd tlio re- Teuu.. ami Crittenden Ki IVdf..lon Stnlctt t Ark., annenrs to bo on Ih o f.Ui'ermanyV ..OuiCAOO is ngnlii excited. A than that a few wliltcriuiirMilaTiH . Hi aoiiio trades wages aro over is it reaches tho Senate in crease rattier than on the decrease. the eitlsensof Hickman and vlclnllc man ran Into Jje6i,'iiurs poico may use the negro votoito help sult midsummer, about tho time Con in the South. The causes that; bO per cent, higher in Kucl md Motion Saturday, and biealhlcss himself to offlcc. gress usually adjourns, and more produce this stale ol allalrs are I iu in Germany. Thus the aver- S li announced that he had found a 11. S iMUIlUIilhL, particularly about the time that apparent whcnamonieni'ri tlionglit fi;1 weekly wages of (icrman dynamite- bomb iu his smelting want to go homo to j8 mVen to tho question and xoui'6is,?J.it; Iiuglislu$7.40; French, ATTORNEY-A- T m,ooi m VOTE -- LAXV, woiks. Tho instrument of dem:ali:hs is o..ji: look after their own inhugiisii weavers, struction boio the regulation Republicans, or some of Taking advantage of this situa- Miuvc experienced tho banefulgeu-- i l" nnan, W.i; kronen, The (Ufflr j.:m. lf stain Tr Cdwjllf tHng Hwtr,) WtUGi, MKDICl4VnSintH)KSieTATlOSEnY, and fichwilHupplIes. llucnco of negro rule. As a Evidently them, aro thoroughly enraged at tiadeumrk. the Republican Seuato sUh" coopers, 47J(1; German, it i ck ma y, A' tltero aro still people in Chicago the idea of sotno of tho colored tion, flnlttroil pniiRfilnrntinn nf has oral thing when a negro has tasted Fancy GOODS, TlYH, and irrfJRU$ Mm unu Frencli. 5GS. Knglish tho BWfots of ofllco his thirst N who deserve to be hanged. men voting the Democratic tick-- ' Will pnettee u for four weeks, and seek to Outers, il.M; German, $1.11; First Judicial in nil tbr Courts of the MTNIiniH I'AINT.'Ul-S- , WINKS and I.IQUOll.H, oi MedU.I and, legardless of thei Hiirici. Hon. Jos. K. McDonald says et. Others assert that thej don't ma.c further dclav believing that interests of his white neighbors, M rcncht 0.20. hnglish black-whfmnrlSl iat AUKNT8 I'OI! TIIK that ho has not regarded Indiana Want thO SOlid llCCrO tlmt thn imnnrlmiPn mill uiivlntv cent, of tho rcnlh'liH. 7.37; German, U0, and own DD as a doubtful State since Harri tho negro is a burden and preju of members to get home, will estate of theicr country, ho will do " .cli, .V8l, Theao llguicd ate son's nomination, nor has the uom dice to their party, &c. The late lirftirr itlirmt nn nrllntirnninnt Im. anything to obtain oQlce. Oil tlin!f'on tll(? consular reports, and iw. iuatiou of Gen. Hovey holped the National convention of colored rnrn fi iu u tmBsnii nr Unfa liatul. if tho nero is in tIie,i;'ero tiro reliable comparative situation one jot; to the contrary, I Democrats at Indianapolis. Ind., itoimiilipniiB imm hnon ....... w . a other mmin .. v w-iniiinritv. nn U tho case in Olslon wae tables iu the American AI " I .. ir VtthlHVMVTlOSS A NIsi;i'IAITV --xra l rt...l,r..l uioiu-imui- u....1 ...! 'IM ! it leaves the Republicans iu an U,,UIWU SllOW t IC r hailUS Oil tlS tax county, the greater part of the in mac, wliluh can bo bought for unpleasant predicament, so far as and aro sending out lecturers nrl dnctfon issue negro voto becomes a matter of -- j rents. A coml Saw MUI, with complete outfit. tho Greenback and Labor votes speakers of their own inco to ilia- - Tho Deinocrnts of tho country bargain, and corruption runs raman lo boiiftlil st now In n g"ol location CUSS thO DcmOCratiO ticket Mill urn aro concerned. in nnrnoRt In fliia LOUXOIL ivltOOKl:i)IX(iS. a reSftanatiluprtro nl on rKMinshl Urm pant for weeks preceding tho elecprinciples before tho colored neo great tax reduction effoit, and AthlreM for informstlnn, Tiik Owcnsboro Messenger tion. A fow of the leaders make Hickmax, Kv., Aug. 14 1HS3. J. J C. lio.vnuitANT. says: lfcTho Paducah Standatd pie. One W. It. Hughes, a white with one voico say to their mem- the trado and deliver tho goods fc3-lllckresn, Ky. jMANl l'ACTt ItKIta OP Till: OKI IIUJATi:i) corrects an exchange which calls Republican leader, Hies anegroes, bers, "stay iu Washington until to tho highest bidder. There arc in - ( meal met. Trexwnt, Couticllnicn Wit lc, Ilnnn, UucUitT, llcttwrsk and at theso Democratic mo expiration oi a our terms or cases known iu which thcro wok the First district Congressman and insists CO that tho Republicans force tho Republicans to show an outright salo nt the polls here Will Stone. It says his name is Miyor Icing alHQnt, Councilman CO w,n cilUol to tho chair. Hill Stone, and no other name will vote the negro or murder their hands, or what is better last Thursday. This condition of wniifvn forco them to give tho people an affairs has caused considerable t ntiuutat of tho last mcelinsr wcru goes among Ids constituents. him. m stlji Tho writerthen indulges in some honest lelief taiiff reform." 1111 S'ICil Good. A crown man of that comment, and if It is not stopped ra( advice to tho negro xvho uill no tr HICKMAN, KKNTUCKV. w Al.U)WM. ACTOUMT8 name should bo called either the better element of tho commu Tlif -- )n( CO COI.OHKI) ItK.MOl'JtA IH, followim; amiun's cro precntC'l or IMII. The bos are the longer vote tho Republican ticket, iu hand like they nity will take it W 00 IVK Mi: A TUIaI to tho effect that when ho averts you whlsli. on motion, Willies and Wills." CX Jllacfcitmithtng Ionet when r'pir want havo done other evils in the past. ('MtQUio Kttilrer J or his freedom from Republican domtMucu ZvX luu abo let p a full line of Waf oiis, he atu ii.t: 2 It is said that President Cleve- ination ho will need lho protec- Tlio colored voters of Kontncky iti:vr.Hsiui.i: aikjlmikts. St jy roll, week ending June IM, $ 13 .15 land's letter of acceptance will tion of tho Stato government. aro coming into tho Democratic Undortakor'c Goods, r.Ncw Vork CO party iu largo numbers, nnd at the not bo given to tho public until Ho says: '. 25 Coin uion, UvwwihhI, and Solid Illark V1 Ot July Jl, which Can lie flttrd Tho recent investment of largo nut Ccdlins and OO September, and that not u line of w Mjr nilvlce to tho aloe deVritc Ia election Monday they gavo their 4 It -- J, up 011 short notice, and fit rcaousble it has upon wiltten. Chung to the never to fount In tht otith lenelun thin former political bosses canso to sums in new and extensive facto Jno llingwoil, gravel, 30 00 r rices (iive me a call regret their churlishness in refus- ries for the mauufactuio of steel number of bills sent him by Con- (Ictrlneu:iucl never go in n co'orul V " U. loir Shop in West Hickman. ment to icxch (ho itnjtU Ucniocricy intn ing to grant tho negroos any po- has been annoying to the Tribune, " til, lua 65 gress, his time is very fully mivt!5-&)ou firut nV the Uuernor tosenl 10,000 litical favors horctoforo. They which has continually diiccted at157 uu Tho President has made troopd to tack 60 jon on your Journcj " An?; tention to tho malign and blight held the balance of power ljuitrniugeiuetitHforleaMug Wash' II. Ho closes hie bloody letter, diiug influence of the .Mills bill up Ctj; Co , fur tumher, ington, nor will ho do so until in moro than ouo county. 11. lot 'j: rected to tho negro who has a on ministries that havo accumu Congress has adjourned. In Logan county a great many 2J60 funci pouts, " II, . mi spiuk of independence, with this colored pcoplo worked nnd voted kited a h"-",f itfrt v. II lnt .1. CLAUIC& alADDOX, Ijickman garble Works, 1.!... .. e w nuurn, Killing uog IV 7o ui Uaunum, of Con- languago: (tV A (uciy tj"d Chnton Slretit) for tho Democratic ticket. The now it bus devised nn ingenious neroRT, lUKiavHKiii necticut, is chairman of tho Dem'Colore I men, h;warc of the Volf who Herald w. , M. explanation for such investments. ".Many were sui UWKMAX. . his report HICKMAN, A'V. ItlChVAX, - - - AT., Tl e City Tronrer prensnti-KENTUCKY ocratic yutio!!?.! Uommittca and N tryini; lOK't clone U you in n sheep's tiriscd nnd gratified to notice They aro made because I ho invest- forinontb cuiling Auuit Kith, shomx receWcl a well Announce' t lliej h Tahiti S Hrice, is chairman of the nkin, nml jf nuj nun, who clslni to he a how the colored C. neonlo worked ors believe that Harrison will bo a(noi-- it In treasury, to nnusn has nncEXTLV ni;nN pclectvl siocof ever) Ih'ng usually kept Dcmoeiatie li'uiiotiul Campaign "t'teTe'Hiii tinl larifl1 leelursr eniars $147 17 rnins elected, and this is '(coufldeuco of Credit OnernI Kund Account tiKALRR IN I fitted UP for tho nccommodstlon of Inn Committee. .Mr. Uaniuin was in yourwlt'tnient an.l trie to Incite you to and voted for istho Dcmoeiatie tho light sou." Hereafter, when 147 Oi ' 1'uuiUd Debt und Hie tTaveline iiuhlic Ken nnfynur ttat butauovidence Italian ami Ameuioan MAntu.B 18 IM Ortinuners Washington u fw ilujs since and Jt'fiiocritlc principles, jtt until he Ievtn uomiuccHtnndit city IUH Account overdrawn, or eycloftc in" steep erally. Clem rooms, nice Is, nnd smiire that tho colored man ianot voting a manufacturer shuta down for Hfpurt wa TOM II and I.verylhhie bud u long interview with the rftcountry or ij huwj to a trs.," tlio rcivel and urditd filed metis eusranleed to all who stop with u. Also, they willfrfh new, toclean lho cheap. MONUMENTS,STONEd. ANi OKAVK repairs or locks out his employees through fear or prejudice, but c.i,ttiii run Picsideut. Ho says ho has lookTraveling men will find tbo test of atteu CkMETF.KYI.OT. DemoThere is probably his rights and privileges tho Tribuno can point out that In slock, a fine lot of Amer ed over the Held caiefnlly, and crat in Fulton county not a lias not V I T V It A K K It Y , TLc City Clerk" reported that he had Hon nt our house. tho Mills bill Is ruining tho induswho and voting intelligently." ican aud llalUu Marble. aro Pre In aiMittoiif vre carry a (ull line of concludes that Clo eland and been told by some colored man executed deed to Jjuiper IMwarJs, for ellj and have secured baker. Fresh pared to ft II all orders. Call and exsinlno In Warren county largo num- try of tho country ; and when cap- emctery lot No 70, 18 m IS feet, he having Thiirinan will bo elected by a large that ho was inclined to voto DemFANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, hrd ipIi day Mo, a bers of negro votes wero cast for italists put a half a million into a jud&ipt,!! t? ituuigefor same. rar work majority, to which we invite aueiiUou. ocratic tickot but that he xvas de- tho Democrats, leading to threats now steel rail mill ft can explain Orders from the country promptly Our prices Itr.IJEF AHK.r.1). Tin: KopublieniiB of Indiana terred from doing so fiom fear of of persecution fiom the colored that this action has bcon taken Conununlratloii from Wm. Matsan was arc m low as ine lowmu sun chttltengetlm market In this lino. At Hied. made a mistake in choosing a com- Ids own race. As a rule such men Republicans. bocauso they aro confident of ffid. aiiklDK relle' from Inipritonmcnl in bv, n paratively unknown man like Ho-e- havo been advised not to Incur In Christian county about 400 Harrison's election. No one need n,e Lock up, nnd referred lo eoumlUc on to head tho State ticket this uie of their oxxu nice; but, negroes voted tho Democratic bo Hlirprlsetl when both of tllCBOl rronosltlon and grievances In connection, year, but Ihcy were forced to it. tolerant as tho past has been, nnd ticket. At Croft on, says tlio New explnimtloiiHnro nsoil on themunoj sjtons, 'ntni UJgio s mvbumais m.ct l IIU11K11V GIVKNTOTIIK io , for hiro (iiti us u trial Their i tally ablest man, Porter, ns as wo trust it may bo permitted Kin, sevcuty-fixNOTIOB and Tntl'ayers of Fulton of them walked day uy our ingenious coiitompo. xh CUr clerk prcwnied ihopill hook novll saw tho f an election held on Mou Jy, Augunt hiht on tho wall to continue, this thing of hanging to the polls iu u bunch and voted niry. County. Ky , that a iioll will tw ojcned nt a City ftrf, for the ptnpiss of electing and lefusedto take tho chances Democratic negroes to a tree had for the Democratic candidato for the vsrloiu voting pftees in Ihe county, on T It ,V rJ imwaxa mit iuiirrui.. Mirshal for iwo jears. Tho sains heing the of alinoht certain defeat. The better not be engaged in. sheriff. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Uth) FIHST MONDAY IN AUOUHT, (the ttiruined by the Council It was to lake lho sciipo of the Voters of nauseating adulation with which JmrTiHi Ex.Sonator MoDonnld, in an inthat U. M. .Mtachain rccelvnl unvotes Fulton County, under an Art to provldo ho was besought to run showed Mr ro wiriiiMt.vw. DO votes j and W WRAMl umlfl M Wllbiirn rsccivsil terview, thin week, ns to tho fur levying a lax and working the pubWo & Tun laboring man xvho works tho dcspetatlon of tho leaders. 'in motion C M Moaolisni wsm declared ronJs In Fulton County. At sild election outlook In Iutlhma, said: Tho report that Gon. Harrison ( IIomL oOOdays iu the .xcar at l.fiO per eleded City Marshal lor two yeirs. Indiana in now almost a certainty tho (pirsllon will Ui iroioundel to each KBNTl'CKV 8TRRET "Tho Republican cnnvontlon has net July motion, ordcroJ that checks ho Unol AmmoI'I llioilt oJ day icceives $tr0. If uo 8n0nda had withdrawn fiom tlio Republi- IicImj1 the situatiou one jit. ;n to tho Democrats, voter. "Arc you For or Against the Horn) It w.n rath tnhtf vflicers of election for their services XT BEP8 constantly on hand for biro Tax?" and lho vote recorded ncnrdlng can ticket, and that Mr. Rlaiuo i!00 of this sum for clothing and to and sale would bo substituted, is denied in erHIaboIjiic dUippolntiufnt, nnd ItItsU cltects W. A. SHUCK, NO KrtKASK. answer. other necessaries nnrnifactured tho following dispatch to hard to irenr from UOUSnS, HCOQIES and HACKS. rinr loiujor to tii; iiiw, Hherlfl Fulton Cuunly, the X. ly thn purpose of that parly to make an On motion, the application of Hot. Mr. m tides ho nays a tax thnrnmi of Having purchsied the stnhle, horses x, moiling .(.n I. iw lll rlf,.ri-Uto l lie soiuicr element, and enliro outlt of W, II, Vlumraer ?;u unuer .a nrcsont 17 porocnt. iKiiUNAroua,1'ost: A it, 8. The story appeal something out of Howry's hoping to iwan totable.rcieaicu irum unu wa miu uh uie make extreme Inii, lbs we p'oposo to continue the busluess, and t Canton L'flOlOO Chiueso livo tariff, which, if Ameiuvm nods tht den IlmUon has written a Jetcrof views rcvii'dlng cniloiis but InMiimoli, ollclt palronace RixiEr nciKRitcu on tioats. Tho children continu-all- aro Used, goes into tho And get your Ulacksmithliig and genera) as we now dl.huns 583,000 000 on pockets of williilrHual, biin't Shaw falLovciboaul and havo to bo mo iiiiuiuiuciuror. jiio Mills bill ill health, hutnominally on tho ground of score annually the tout is likely to thnt , .Mi M. Mfly ard atl(, .U(. to Appealed IIIJM V 'I'ltlAT. Kepiilring dooo nt ,. cut really tecauc Ul.ilne Is B u ...- . .Mwtitlv fluribeol ncntitcl (jools delivered to any put of the City icscuml. In that country girls proposes to icduco this tax 7 nor ptit forrtrii ft the rcnl candidate, h ndlli wii oalifn n v whin lion llnjiva ... flim ........ ... v., I' II. A. T. Hutu aro not valuable and when they cent., or $11, for the benefit of wjfhotit ftiundnilcn. Ofii. llurrUin in not exiraoruluury proiiosals. to iue no hsrMher bv ihe Cily Court, ueierreu to commiiiee In term, nro more full and fIrly understood health but sound fall iu they are permitted to drown, inc mooring man. lilna (Corner of Obion and F.ichanyt Strttts,) Tho Demo- hns never conlcmpUUi ant perfect. lie on the soldier .mention. OVn. liovey and "prop.i.uu. ami rliii Pii V. DIESTBLBIIINK ATTORNEYS AT LAW, any nirh letter, i no uoyH are more impoitaut and cratic paity believes IAT.4IHIMII tho wealthy nor thought of a withdrawal hi any wny. l'nroQ ChsHe hnrs no sdvantnss over Col IIIOKMAN, KY ho each boy has si limit tied to him. mil uiiii; iiircr can II I OK 31 A tft - - - KENTUCKY Mstton nnd Copt. Mrcrs. Tho nominaThe Oily Clerk reported that hs had ocilfr HpiU'0 Oood Work at Hock.bottom Trices. My Wo fear that xvlien tho Chicago from his profit of $0i tions leae the Hepubllcans iu on unpleis Un checks to J N. Outlcn, City Jii.Im, Tub recent sovoro Htormn In this 611 molto. to space to name all articles, butuo convention turned Mr, Harrison than tho laboriuu man can ntmro Pcnnsylvnnhi.Ohioaiul Now York ant predicament, so fir as the Greenback W. J. Wpbb, City 8xlon( for $ WIIJ4ntIcnd nil business entrusted CUT .1111,1. VfrOUK n specia1tv.a NOtrouble lo show goods, and Jjabor votes aro ronrerncvl. I havo on tho Tippecanoe, it forgot umi amouui uom nm loose ui, salarlos for month of July. a tfrent ileal of uamno to Furniture Factory. Office h.oO daily "Hi Come nnd seo, at tho corner of Troy JOHN F. UUAY. not ioj;irihd Itnll.ini as ndoublful titi'c to tie a float to him, 'UM wagoa. uiur'JC-t- t uovb.7B aud Moscow Avenue, Uist Ulckmru, Ky luiniili liucB, bttlUlIngH, etc. W. L. McUUTCiiCN, C. C. since the day of llirrhou'n nymtuulhn.' L So'ithfrn ,tbe'"',l w7 Orrirrnl fur Nntnnlnj, Oct. I nth. to lirtnk tli - toUrA ihe HICKMAN, KV., fill 4'rrliiln l'ir tlrvliiiMl itntl Pursuant to tho call of the solid negro tele." U'elJ who wit ttic Itrrnrni. solid tugro ctu?" .CrHiiinW t Chairman of the Congressional j Al 01 ST 17, I8S8. Hepubllmn Iteptibllrnna 'U FKtDVY, rr fivt jjcmocrnuc uommiucc, inc uom Scoria nr If for out 4'iin ci Mnml Thnl I'rru 1hU d jdn of the nejrroeJ of the South l lailtee met in Paducah, on Friday, lluirriii. the Drtnocrary to tiny the U lui tho niiiM not put on mourning ' aW"v- I1"1 Aug. 10, all exceptcounties being Nr.w Vouk, Aug. 10. Special. Calloway and represented (Kobe Dfinocrnt. t;an you noiu too doubtful following were inc All tlio colored tni'ii who read Giittcutien. States tlmtunt got in 188 It" is A im TUB HICKMAN COURIER. Ti!ti:n or Tin: lr'f.iyA fulltl homli mk. c!t l'ltitiutv i:m:ctio i:rinsi muo IMiMUlUl Mf-lfitif lc Wo often hear it said that there n but two great parties, the Democratic and tho Republican. In tho West thcro are many nbotlo not bellovo in this rub nitti, but who stilt cheilsh tho an- innifcilics engoniioreti ny mo civil v ir, in mo .miihiio nuues mo tho query of every travobstalued (I iciiiiies iu too way oi a "cam Wllfy, r o80J' nr.c not so gieat pilgiiui fiom the West who ilinmi r UnV l,ro ni Acw "K""1" m'ino Hint the headquarters of the Dciu. IUS OV I II) tUllLOOK, Tin r 1 nrh, rw.!rrpy nul l'nuirri twkm I wwbisTw III.IIK Alii: MANY lSSlll.S. Mutual Life Insurance Company, :r ' Wit v :rrjH.w" mr. i&T EpcS1 The Largest, Safest and Best Company in the World ! Um toaiis What to Buy? Hot ASSETS $119,000,000. Paid Policy $243,000,000. A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. O ES T IFt JS, Xji . j - n'aci-io- Kepub-licau- et VICE-PRESIDEN- IVrmn-TJlf- -- I nl I I..11-.- idit-Oo- rnii-ftw- l 1ft (r(r r Vcr-Bailie- s, I ii?aJI. 1 1: I (li-tr- J. B. tar-ffl'ii- ( tt 4 t do-sir- ( lll I . m ARCHITECTS, h.ns full MLLUD & SOI. Koatuclsy. ! be-in- GOKTRACTORS I t , l.- rrflt h- 1:1 BUILDERS. 1 . V Eiohran, oM-tim- e pntud-mother'- Look at This! wgi-mi- , !.. .!..! m . ( m ! . l m MICKHJLH IBllIIL CAPITAL, Courier Job GIobe-Dcuiorra- Proclamation I fr X3IS,SC10IS- OR. A. FAltTP 111 , fciiltj-fc- - r5K,XJG-OI- - -'. TS I ,. ' r. t 5 o VOtO-tl- 1 SAW MILL Domestic Sewing Machine. '& I.-yv- - w- TO- or tSttX& 1 I tlmi-min-lil- r HERTWKCK. BALTZKK & CO. -: hroad-sid- e i tf A, F. OLIVEH, ,,i ' ppr-Me- Will-iai- i,r;i'rl,y ; Hi-r- 1.11 1 Tlm-- J Ct, d HXCKMAX? "WAG01T, 13-- Mon-da.- x s. .... " ,!! "ij,i. . O o.inn:it(;i.iL 1? E K DAMAGE, Tamilv Grocery i n R' 1 BTJTOHBR SHOP, y DOUGLASS ll o hand-writin- g ' 1 f if i m liT Wiftin -- BROS IjIvkiiy stahm;, Election Notice. Faius Paiikeu, GROCERIES Ji . 11 & " y he-h- - I Mil 111 i'ii' '!,,, ...... I1T BZOBMAN! filVK STOP! &l TXLElt f 11 J. F. GRAY'S, 11 Family Grocorios. &D.1 c tel-7- )BBtWtMMmtMBMMMMMMBMaWKmtMBBtBBdtBt9MMMM&itMt9vW9Mt WEjmmwm ' - Wf r"r4Jti t " r rfrTnTSSiTiFWfMMfcfltrffTWPWBB buu ' -- . 155 ' . " , - -- ' jLifr ?i5iaRrlCi'!af?-i -. --ViTV cyr-.- r UMtfttiiM . MkM - : tit: : : ! ifrMMMM t t t . MltniMl The : i : i : f UATI'IIH. CLOCK. : ::: B. A. BURLtNGAMB, IIKVlNjUAUTKHS A Baraips. IT I H 5ii?Itist(ioI m-iPla-icje- . A.s Conic A.roimd and 33uy ono of ouv Elegant nJTiJiiiB IU IIIKIIHIOIAX ANDI'AnCCAlI Itickiitan itnd I'.nhtcali railroad itroject U only alrrp'.og The Courier iflhrht nwakc the enttri'tfffe and m that it LVcdtncI n I'ahlcflh Ncw.1. little ualliy. Wo arc going to hnVo tlid rail-roa- d ttkktnan Courier tntlniatca that the OTnb.en. surrosu Yor 11 Y X f You. XVctrct fa !l IU 0H Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ftjosical Goods, h Undeniable & u m:wsaa oxtsj stook: is too 4 e A3STJD SO 2stJST OTTK, p?kv pVkWii' CJf PtWLHf Pnii LOCAL NEWS. Puro Country Vinegar COWOILLVn ............. JKUHUIY. t aTlXSTACM Custom-Had- Suits, SAY ! WE MEM WiM WE jkai ii:mx IHIUO rilORK. s Tlio 4 next Monday, 'llio hnlldiii boom hntt struck JviihI HJeknmn. arrlvrd Wednemlay evening, and IjAKWIi Aim; I Mr. (iiiHTIiouinaitBpomUiij ajreliearsalw wero iinmcdhitol com I few days In tho city. ineneocl, uiTd If tlio lirflt reiionianl rulnly I itcrlon they will -- do and oe Minn Kmmn Gates '" ,I0W' A",0' K vo n K'""1 at the City Hull, next week. plccefl they will iproduce nro ilio Mla Lena Mcdchcc, of Knl- - followim?: (lv. tlio Mountain ton, In vialtliij; MIm Mj,'gio Wnr. Olrl" uTho Little Detective," BESTASSORTED STOCK re a. LyiiwooU," "Kajr, tlio vm m" i) f! rii- - ivm.. vihM lr!iMl The Democratic Cluh will mcot at tlio Court IIouso Wcducriday as It wiihX SongH and dnnrca will In the City, the Laved Prices and ho Introduced each uiuht by Miks night next tlio Bed Value for tlio in tlio enmpam. Minn Daisy Castlcman, of Oaten andatothers o'clock a grainl 11 Monday moncv, arc at Union (lilyf U vleltiug Mra. 0. U. street parado will bo givon h 1audrum. their superb brass band; at p m Miss Lou Powell loft Tuesday n concert In front of tlio Iinll. ami Kyr., to at &13 sharp tlio overturo will hiflt for CumphiIMillC MhH lelaltveH. comtnence. Nearly all thercserv & t,1,0ll,?,,l,l,lR -- Wo arc glad to sco Mr. It. (I.01 fintH "ro fl0,(1 agnln after a long "Wit. mid .wo would Alrtnder homo .. nAitrnil flintll lA ..I.a H llll l..tr II Mi JUl CCVUIV'I I" " '" slnit to the country. go to Dwaynos urug sioro nuu gn1 Miss Llllio White, of Hrooks. them at ouco. ville, l'IaM Is ilslthig her sistrrs, ! 'nittiiiilltHi luriirnlilo? Mrs. Ida Hummer and Mrs. itosa ltcs:lthr(ollolr.7 ilr ti II Mer- Hubbard. NrH.rk. Ark.. 1am ''Wm down wr . . AWirtCif Ijings ml frirniU oil plir-- i Mr. It. M. Motheny ( imju 11 lj Kl'1-- niTP OM'OIN tiny tor an extended trip thOHJ!lt,', 1ohimiiicU in an lifrM V,f,,l,lflfl nRh Kina'.V Arkausns. Ho will b c absent tno ry lur Coi.nin t.tan.m i.w on u.r, A Full nllIl Complete nt nil or tin co weeks. ''ic Ihlrl lioitlc. and nblt to evrpre Ine ""llc" . . "m n ln "' Mr. Dan Hockham and familv, ou n ,ls n ; r of Madrid Mend, spen Wci1iivh-J(,lt, Mi.M!ewrt, Oi.Km. ftli i m,t u.i, in uit ruy, uiiruuiuiiumu ium fr Pr Khw re union City. l'ciiir far Cunmiuiutlon I weiil i'.'- ;lei no House Undersell Us! W LunirTriMiblr. Uomember that tlio Dean & iUclor Am no- - Iti lrt of bculik In Kldou Co, will opiMi a wprVit numptc IxHUm 10c t J. W. OottKltii, U gagement nt the City Hall, Monthly tdght, L'Oth hist. JZ- Mr. Mart Powell, an inmate f Mrs. Sam'l Iiudrum and her tlio HopkliiHvillo Lunatic Asylum Inter, Mrs. ('iinuou, of Union sent there from this county, Im Oily, are spending a few days In escaped fiom the Asylum, and v r tin; ell v. ct at larce. Unicers ol too Am The Misses (loaldcr gavo a' lum wero in Hickman laesday very idensaiit entertainment last) tlio purpose of finding him tu1 3 Y ( 2i W Tuesday evening which was entakbig him back to the Asylum I i ' He had been allowed tlio libort Joyed by eery one present. . m,. i.v..l. n....i..ni.... .. i of the grounds for exetcise, in y lultnii Circuit Court oon-veiio- Thoy Imvo left nothing nndono to givo tho beat ncrforiimiirn tlio ntiens of Ilicknmn Imvo over ultueancd. Nearly all their company nro hero, while tlto halanco will he hero to tlav. Miss Kmm.i Outea Next Monday night tlio Drnti hiilou ;o. will glvo Weir lust - at tlin City Hull The Clothing season is nearly over, and our Stock still too large. Our present prices will make Suits vacate the premises in a hurry. Call and u&lSputauie -- A. X 1 hai nil save H. M. l'mprlclor of um: OKTE "ST. ' MAXWELL, IIOUSX2 Hickman, or tho road from Padu-cavia Htckmnu ton connection FAMILY GROCERY, with tho Cotton licit and other IMdu-caroads, and - TT rU' 17! can pitch ill and help us, or B UJ3 bo left out. That's tho situation. What do you say to it, Mr. Xowa ! Hickman Courier. STXK OF Ml KM' AKU 11I3AVY (IOUU.S. Al.sU, A tulb np of MKllltlC You are "cool" in stating "the 4eg- - UooiU UulivitcJ I a of Charge. situation," to say tlio least Hut that matters little. Our city wants tho Paducah and Hickman road and Is willing to do her pait to secure its construction, when asked to do so. Hcicit has always V V . been understood tho project is in ., I MrTrTin tho hands of leading citizens of Hickman, and their pleasure and "&4fiction iu the premises has been awaited. If it is tho wish of tlio projectors that 1'aducah tako the initiatory steps, all that is necessary 5s for them to enmo among MW r ATirwWiai V . us. tell their scheme, and proper action will not bo long delayed. Procrastination never built a rail & Money rond. are tho gentlemen who do the rptlH FlltT TfellAI DKaiNS AUOUSTUChh, 1SS8, ASU COSTISUI3 feidir?4 first and last. (Paducah Kcwh. ten W.1(ii,mV JInittriicilnn wilfe xUen itV the Coinmn School limnetic, urek, (icrihni!, oik xr.r HAir.ltoAD. h ttaus-Mlssissiph from Cairo to Mr-tuphis via jte v"""" Ta1iaMaaail JL' 'i' 1 1 1 OLD JtHLIAULli w "- n " A aTJi if 1.1 High tmr . $ V - US 4 school. m ........... t.i ? (Prom Rkhinoril (Vn Mitei Sniiii E ! i !,,. .... lki,,r III 1 CVI,' -- i . d Dtr. "' i M t-- Svfo Wdl UQ pj jv J IO ty rurmori, wum Im tlm tity thin week, anil paid us a lslt. A fishing party, consisting of Mr. Dee Amlierg, Miss Mario Will-lams, Mr. and Mrn. t?. C. Smith. upontii few tlujauii the lake this I ,,,wuo ,,in ) "Ppenniucu in iiiin cciim iy, nun ii is supposed, mnsi ian !. .AA Iifi . kii.ik ! tt-- 7Pi!) i 0 bcliovo hi i niik trti I.L n 1 1 In lllrrlrlr nlllrr. uiid Mrs. C. L. Ihiudle i tPHift TLIi n't-,fc'iftvn ami a K)nuUr it la ml no mtn Mrs.T. P. I'm Hum and Hill n(rrn All who Imvf hwI cUiiri drnn, of Memphis, and Mr. Jus.. Pon ile anie mu; of irnie - purer Iiijf Hliri'rrtl'P. of TltttlltiV llht urn rl-- .! iiitphcin (Jim not cxi't ami it it r ,r'" i ml illng Mr. and Mis. .1. K. ruqua. lo (ti oil Hut ii ctaliueJ oric Hhuth will cure mII iIIm.m nf tl. I.tv-- r .1. W.Cowgill, Uraud Diotator IMU mIII itmoe ltiiilnl b Knights of Honor, will visit "For- tfall Kitlnt,mi other i n rest Lodge" nt Jordan, Imiir hlmxl Will ilrlrv UU' from and confer tlio degrees upon can tho 'rntrm n prrvrnt an well - 'ire nil Mtln'ilal lfcr For cure of lliacli, didatCK. rtne ronfttiiAtlou aitI In ItfCfttlun lr "f $ nam ''' Member of Hickman Lodge, Price No. 310, K, of IL, are earnestly nuiny rrfundol. Cow 60 cn '"' il.'W per Itotilo al J W to f ill't Dnu icqucstcd to attend the 1 -itlit-iiui 1 IUMr-KfiMro 1 o spemliucafow His people havo only rcMUi in Fulion a tdmit tlttip. Hin phase of lunacy In harmlesa to o itots, w'ok. consisting we hear In the iU.i or is the Son of (iod, Mr. and Mrs. llottomly, nf,,,,iuri,l"H u 1"'" 'h Ml,,!' Uial Franklin, and Mr, ami Mrs. II. t Unuillii. ol Itoiik Mills. On., are. " wu8 u worthy, good eilie.i. Culduell c l.miifi iiiiiiii omit v. xjZJJ r l&' tlu h with Judge! Our Pcpablicau fiiends are worrying a good deal over what they term President Cleveland's delay iugUiugout his letter of acceptance. It will come in good time, and when It does come there will lie cause enough for them to worry. His letter of acceptance to 1SS1 was not published until August 18. TiVvnc UUUVVtJ Windy Colic, tliaUro fretful, pwrlali, etosa, or troublrd with Paliin, or TmlMn ftLctuach DUordorfl. at once by Using Acker's Boother. It contains no Opium or Jlorphlno, henco la safe. Prlco 5 crnts. Bold by cn Imj Bbr rrlWcd J. W.COWGILL. Druggist. Tho President hns permitted tho Klvcr and Harbor bill to meeting of their lodge to night. Husiuess a law without his signature. was arrest Ono Allien of Importance to bn trai.rftetmi. ed In Hickman Jones Mondsy inrnlng Uunhlo to approve tho measure in The fourth quartctly ronfer-enc- I.ist, on the charge of horse steal alt its featutes, and not desiring of tlio M. K. Church, for (IiIm ing, and carried back to ulton. to veto it, ho allowed it to become phice, will be held on Saturday Tho horses wero stolon from .i Mr. operative by limitation. Hiokimin and Sunday week, iWth and tMUh Fields and a Mr. Ilrowder, and gets $58,500 for work here, and wo comwill lust. A full attendance of tho sold to persons near Pari, iVnn. understand work part be nejtf of identified by the menced tho flrst The horses wero uiembcrs is earnestly desired. mouth. There are ten prlsuusrslu the owners, and tlio Tennessee purchasers identified Jones as tho county Jail, nine of thorn felony 28S& rases, and ono serving out a mis man who sold them. Jones walv. was cmnmii ucmennor aenionce. i ho nine ed examination and Jo. ltoar. in t lion nil J s PuCforlnff from Aatbma, Con. Ksmiiro Bumptlon, Couplis, tic. Did you over try felony charges will probably all tod to fall by750 00 hall. Marshal Acker's Kncll&H Hrracdr? It U tlio beat default of be tried next week. Uiixendiue, that most vigilant and T)rnaratIon known for all Lunff Troubles. Tho wholo current of political pralsoworthy olllccr, mado tho nr ' sold on a jxwltivo Ruarautt'O at 10c., 60c affairs this week is favorablo to rest and landod his prisoner in J.W. CO WO ILL, Druggist. tho Democracy The local elec- jail Tuesday evening. tions, with a rare exception hero The yellow fovor has obtained and there, show either Democrat IlitrklruM Ariilcn Mtltr a roolhold in Fioiida, and all the ic gains or olso Democratic Tiir ltMt Halve lu tli uorhl fur Cu(, UrutwH, borfa. Ulcer, Sll liliriim Iper leading cities of tho South nro quarantining ngninst llatida, Sif, Tetttr,nilCliatHII!rtiptloint Ch")Um l and other Florida Jackson ville, Tho nocrctory of war has np. CV)tlt points. Hklit In )! nml proved tho plans for tho Memphis lively cure Pile, or uo yy reqiifriMl, It Memphis tho greatest precautions bridge as submitted by the bridge ii guUAntet to cle perfect atlafacllou aro being taken to prevent Its company. The channel span will or money rctumtcil. J. rruii b centlri,c- - IM,M1nfT n iUni Mv 1 MO pCOplO by W. hoi. wtlllt bo 770 feet long. Jt is stated that gut. For will feel uo Immediate alarm un tho bridgo company will begin less it reaches Memphis. work at once. Til A UN, iuii:mn NK vv Of tho good tblnpti of tbU Dr. S. IC. Davidson, dentist, Mir. liniTon: ,!f0 ar R0rr0W(ul1y let will bo In Hickman next Monday, Allow ,4.im" and "Jr' to ap- alono on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's J0th lust., and remain four days. pear bcfoio tho curtain for a blief Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dy.n cpsia, Parties desiring dental work done momont and thank the young pco Indifreatlon and Constipation; sold on a of any description, would do well nln fnr their klii.lnnaa i.i Im.in Im'1 Pul" Curan at 2 and CO cents, by to mako a note of this. Ho can us in tho elegant afiair of lustj J. W. COWGILL, Druggist. bo found at his odlco In tho La Thursday evening, tho occasion clodo Hotel. ""L?1 ?vor'. ncinoct that can being a superb daneo given h tho club meeting at tjio out for tho marriago honor of tho successful closing of, "ttend Cards aro o"80 next Wednesday Mr. Johnson's canvass for tho of of tho popular and favorito barn,,lUI 1),Htlict Kloctor Smith, ber, Porter Anderson, (col.) in llcoof Shorirt', and my departure;l"lotliop speakers, are expected KvatiRville, on Aug. tHst. His for Texas. And In making mv ft lull pionpuu patrons and numerous white ual bow, I can only hope thatlw bo out of tlio Let's haven upon uuterrined "Ham's" permanent ro8idoncom: t"rn friends extend to him most cordial l,,Ilt occasion. wishes for happiuoss and pros- bo aa ideasant as mine has been, v iiiiii uiuv iiu iimjr iuhj; unjuy perity. deliglita and pleasures of old CLrvv.o tho Cldldren. Thfy aro pccially sudden An oxohango in talking of this, Hickman society. ltespectfull, Colds, Coughs, Croup, liable to Cough, Whooping that and the other, wants to know It. L. Moouk. Wo guarantee Acker's English etc. whether It is tlio pretty girl that Hcroedy a positive euro. It saves makes tho white dress look cool, Tin: Hoiifio Labor Committee hours of anxious watching. Sold by or is It the white dress that makes in Now York Imvo dovclopod the J. W.COWGILL, Druggist. tho cool girl look pretty! This, fact that of :)0,000 Italians lauded wo think, Is a puzzle for a sitmmor Hickman merchants will enter during tho past m day that will lead to ratiocination in Hint city 15,00(1 of them lauded the fall trade with full stocks and months, both pleasing and profound. ponulless and could not obtain bright hopes for tho future. HfirJust received, another largo and beautiful lino of Hats and M. rcp.cBonto.1 to them 'that Douuots, at Mrs. Jones' Millinery work wns abundant at 1.50 per tood. ItluapoaltlTocuroforUlcerB, IlAZAAiL where you aro sure to day. Thoyeaulivo and Riiiiport Itmuifioatho find something to idease tho oyo, their fiiiuiliOH on 1!0 cents n day in wholo BTfitcm, and banlshea all Ithoumatto taste and purso, Come and leave Italy, but cannot livo on 75 cents and Ncuralglo pains. Wo guarauteo It. J.W.COWOILL, DruggiBt. your orders. a day In this couutiy 1 reCciitlyJounicyccl West havo re tttrncd to the city highly pleased with all they heard and saw. They inspected on horseback tho proposed route of the Missouri, Georgia and Tennessee railroad, which will ran through, by their judgment, an exceptionally flue country lu tho production of corn tobacco, wheat, and any other char& acteristic southern product. They represent thoso agricultural proMANUKAcrrLMtmtH i ducts iu tho region which liie'y traversed on horseback as of phe- nomenal growth nnd excellence. Tho Cincinnati, St. libuisaud Memphis railroad will beau adjunct of I&jHAJLj. CORKT tho piopo8ed road. Tho proposed rond will start at Humboldt, Tcun., and Boilers. and cud nt Hickman, Ky. eighty Agents for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes miles. Tho Richmond party were enthused at their vlow of the prospect, especially of tho capacity of auglO-laar WrLL GRIND MKAL i:VKU SATURDAY. tho country nnd its capacity for production unlimited, and the raisA Ill.t.lliM I'IU. FVTKMTMvin'T lirowii was shot ing from tho ground of compensating dixidends. Mr. W. A. CrawTho dance given nt City Hall, and killed by n young man by the, ley, of tho Richmond and AllePn ne, near lUlewild,! Thursday evening tho Oth, inst., nauio of ghany railroad, is by tho young people, in honor of Obion county, on Monday last. of the proposed new railioad, Mr. Ilrowu and Payne had had a "Dick" Moore and "Ham" John-fioi- per&oual dittlcuU, about some farm whoso building will uo doubt soon was a decided success in evaflairs, when Payno went to his bo commenced. ery respect. Thoso In attendances got as follows, and enjoyed tho father who lived nearby,return- a MUMH'OI.Y K.NOUN ITS FKIKrVIIS. double barreled shot gun, affair to the fullest ex'tent: EvatiivlllCuuriT ed and shot Rrown. Our present MIm Carrie Haiunjcr, II. C Dinoer. During tho Democratic State is that Iino was not Mlw l)ra Mnnlgomery, W T lt.img. Convention the fare to IndianapV ti. Mini Mfii Kin2"in jnstitlnhlo iu the shootiue. Payne olis and letnrn was $5. MIm Ixiti DirMnlhrink, H U (ioclder. was arrested, and is now confined Mint Nor.i IntiaMon I. P. JUllier The faro to tho Republican Conin the county jail at Troy, to await MIm Claudia loimMon, T W. Uender-von- . tn.d nt the next term of tho cirvention was ?2.50 fur tho round cuit court for that county. Mr. tiip. Mini Narnlc Warren, W II lUtttcr. Mtiou Rrown was a brother of The railroad companies aro doMlm Maggie Warren T. T Swaync, XlUa Kate Kinqmin, J H Millet Mr. Hcntly Ilrowu, of Hickman. ing their utmost to boom tho canMra Mo'lio IVatkrr a U Moir Our Information is that Rrown bad didates who raised a company to MIm MatU I)f montcJiirt, II N. Cowglti, ofTcrl to act iu every way falrand shoot down their BtilUlug employMIm Ma iVtiHintoiirt, A. J Taylor proper toward Payno. Payno had es in 1SS7. MIm Marlon Ooalilrr llioi Dillon, Jr. been nt work for him on tho farm; MIm (Ma finnldrr, T II Johnson Rrowu owed him a balance; he! O.Welch. AilMMazieOoahNr.J rtnitvcnunir uiibt. lVatl (toatJr, I'd. TlmmpMoti, of sued Ihown nt Protemus, and trot TOIUB IS HBItKHY OIVKV thai Fulion a judgment; Rrown told him that l j UtiiMein lias nfcociatea wan mm Mi9A AnJrella Dawson, Marshall Alexhe wojd try and get tho money aelr afl a partner, Mr S. ttodfrb, for the ander. a general mercan f ptirno'C of conducting and uy him; Payno armed Mlai (ieorg: MNhr, K. R. KUUon. nt Hickman, Ky and that with a gun and was iu hunt tile bulncM the firm will be (iolrintein & M'm t'arrlf May Oarrclt, Win llarrr. tie MIm Nenle Klrltpatrlek, S. S DodiU. for Riown, threatening that ho in- Uoldfirh, pmprietora of the New York Mi I,iiii llnrrr, Harry J't'le. tended to Kill ur bo killed. Ho Store Mr (ialditein return thinks to MiMnIU.T iV, mot Ilrowu and a brother in tho the public for the liberal paironage Mr ami Mm J W. CowRltl. riteuded, nrni prutoiVn the rond tiding toward Protemus, and itrtKoclatbin an inercaaed utoclc, byLtetter new and Mm C. C. Siablu Mr la halted them, asking Marion Rrowu cilhi?8. and letter bkrcnlns Mr V. P.U-tfMr Stilly, of Fulton. ho was going to pay him, when J. ClOLDSTr.IN. Rrown ronhing. "pretty soon." Iltckmtn, ICy., AuguU 1, 18H3 DK.Moru.inc z:ttmx:rrx:. Payno then said, "yes, it will bo unci lired, clghteon A meeting of the cominitteo ap- pretty soon," buck ebot euteiing Rrown's body pointed by tho Fulton County falling dead 1 TMY MlfiLYAHU, near Hickman, Democratic Club to arraugo for a and ikcI, and Rrown nim-ePayno Ky, grand Democratic Ihirbccuo and from Ins horso. brother, then had UrtnllnV, cfttialailri); of Uoiing, Weather who Pcncinfr, Shotting nnd Latin for nt Urown's s rally, was held in Judge It. S. jumped from his horse, and a hand Hoofing, tfckclftfhluuMlnff, Itafter, Flooroftlcc, Thursday evening: flth ing. &o. Ah lumber various dfiucnIona grappio ioiiowuu, inst. The coinudttco appointed 10 nntm until some other uuu variety, for out buildings, parties (juitc a $3.00 to suitable per thniHand. $10.00 tho following gentlemen to solicit reached the sceuo and helped to at from J. W. POWELL. aultif subscriptions for saino and to seoverpower Payne. Somo people lect suitable grounds, &c: crazy, ! I I G)ntmittu nn Subscriptions, 11. think that young Payno is and ran account for iit unproHuchuuuu, ebalriuan; It. M. Tsler, in no other way. Taxes for 1SSS Is now past due. and all Rich Goalder Frank Wall, Kd. voked assault feeling, as wo hear, is al- ftartlet not com n x forwarl at once will Htarks, Davo Alexander and A. X. Public with tho Rrowns. lave to pnv an a Jdltional cot of A pr cent together King. flic Only i:eliinlve VAHlt In the Cily. Mcssr's. L. Edwards Rrown and 50 vend other citizous who have Kloctition, Higher Matlirhntlrr, Hook Kerpin and llie Science. Government mild bul firm. Svelalatt(nti n gifen to prenirlhjj young meri fcr brflneM, and students for tttniiiMir In nilvanrfe Tuition . . t iin t: J " IrliiJiry l'lipUfl. rrr zinnia ft Ofi TtMTIONtlla prmdIlo Putilln. icr Month ... 4 OU Iranced Pupils, per Monti ... BAST EICEMAIT pi.I 1y W. B. HUGHES A. B. HJLi'iX coffipunr, JNO. W. MORRIS SON, Prop's, catcb, TT -- - - - iiah Tin: jj.vitc;ijr llni: ov keitttcb; tf li ( ek, - Buggy Spokes- ' S if JL P .ffr .A-ILTI- NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, - MJJ JUL WJ yj J M 5jt j That he has ever carried, anil at PEICES as iOW a3 tho LOWEST- y Clothing and Gents Underwear Stork is complete in ocry Department. &ty Call nnd He docs not fear to compare prices with any one and, in fact, bio vico-prcsidc- oxamino his goods before buying elsewhere u ' J I UMl iii' HI !i 1,11, iuf'-'autio- OE.VTjllt IX DUvlell-rlnk- , oo b &s CJ Co 1 Mf-- ju S la) e tationerT Supplies, Fancy Hoods, Sic, KENTUCKY. School him-sel- ? HICKMAN, her'-lofor- e Jl!ELi j FURNITURE. Lumber for Sale! d S TEPBIENS & tHYLER, DEALERS IN Mur-roll'- uuu-tinne- d Furnitur: and Undertaker's HICIOl.VN, Medium ami CHAIRS, HQCICERS, JCJ3-V'XUCJ- Goods Taxes I Taxes II GaV. Sce vie-torie- s. ! VV ; crt nugt7-3City Tax Collector Gummttfc to Locate Gronnth Geo. Warren, chairman; John A. Rooks are opened at the drug StubbR, J. V. Powell, R, IL Rro-vnr- store of J. W. Cowgill to assist in RIVATE JSCHOOL. Dr. A. A. Kuris, J. W. Cow-gil- l tho organization of the Paducah, and Geo. X. Helm. Hickmin & Southwestern Rail-roWILLOTKN A BCHOULnr hoys find ti lid R rrdgbt uu X ciirla on Monday, Aug 117th, at the Carter Smith, a colored man, best for our citizens to manifeat WiUon school houe9 (neir the Court was brought down Tuesday by somo nberality towaid this enter- Home). latrouag earuelly solicited, guaranteed. Marshal Urizendiue, and placed in prise. It is enid that when this nnd satixfnctlonand $3 00 per month. Terms J 00 jail on the charge of striking his company Is organized on condiMDA U. LANDKUM. wife with a deadly missile with in- tions heretofore published that nuglO-t- f tent to hill. It seems that in a tho Cotton Relt road will extend family quarrel Carter struck his its line to Hickman, and aid in tho wife with a heavy spade over the conetrnctiou from hern to Padu TUITION Has n Bnlentlfd stork of tho very best makes of all kinds of UanlwarS head, fracturing her shall. Tho cah loefTeet certain railroad conCaulozoe, gUlaz full Pirtlcnlari, addmHI wlilMi Am oflnn'il nt OXElMtlCK. and that tho very lowest the market poor woman has been having vio- nections there, &c. It may be, as juttilett. A goods guaranteed to he exactly as represented lent spiinniH and convulsions ever somonrgtio that this railroad consince tho blow, and It is bclievod nection will bo built without any that alio will die from its effects. local effort, because railroad inp9HH0WUBff Green, KrJBlHi Squire Hoax held Smith lu tho sum terests demand it ; or, It may bo of $;UH, and railing to give it that uo matter how muoblocnl efTO COHTBACTQBS. Hrizoudlno brought him to tho fort Is mado that it will prove county jail. This affair occurred time nnd inonoy thrown away. rinawlll lie received livJAhn WittilKP iu Fulton. o aro given to understand now rh airman of tho Street Committee of t lint whon tho company Is prop-er- ' tho city of Hickman, for grading Moscow A. Y. M. Avenue, from IHeitelhrink's loro to J. U. in shape that thoro aro assurTho Young Men's Christian As. ances of aid suMciont to build tho Ilrown't corner, in Kast Hickman. Plans will he fur sociation meet at their Hall every i oul. It may be, also, that a few and Hpccificatlom of ihfl work Mr. Wilting (Comer of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) ntiheil upon application to Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. citizens of Hickman will shoulder ThecilvuwrvM tbc right la reject any While tho meetings nro moro es- the full responsibility, when oth- and alf bids, at her dUnetion, Ulda will pecially for tho young men, tho ers equally interested hold off, b ojen for UO days. Uf order of the citizens, both ladies and gentle- but It Is not very likely. Sonic Coiucil. Attest, W. I McCUTCIinN City Clerk. men, aro cordially invited to at- rndroads aro built by capitalists Hickman, Ky., Juno 23, 1333. OVINTD, with new STOCK, ont anil oat. fine, stylM HlCiS for lilrd tend these meetings every Sunday without local aid, and many others julyCIt 1'airuimge solicited. JUiT Honable. attcruoou. aro Influenced to certain places Subject for Sunday afternoon u local effort. At any rate, the THAT-EIGH- T In which company shnll I bet proposition Is open, and If It fails Vb 15. Row xxi,3, 1, ia-i7- , bv reason of your not helping, xiit Pi A) octn0-l- y Tho Original Wins. Services to bo conducted by J. you, yourself, will bo at fault. C, V Slmmont, St. i, Trop'l C. JUDflK, WASIISTAXDS, WARDROBESt TABLES, BVREAl SETS MATTRESSES, SPRISQS, 4c, CIUVUKR (1Icum trial ami he convinced. And we guarantee our rrlfen to be ihelnufnt Ii i irvrirnv th'nk'S noons, and illscount all comuC Hnp of Wooden anu Metallic burial Lnsfs.- tllion In ihla line. Wt carry a . WOT JCepalrins and ;oO "Otk a fiecian)-- Vlaln, ARKOFrnitlNn WBreduced prict. Weallpradepf line, at all time, of Fine carry a full Kurnitpre at greatly k 11 Miv. Iw u linmii, y 'a E 13! I,EI-iX.BX- j - 11 FBL!ienn St. S. BBSTASD, i Q6DEN GOLLEGP BOOPiNG A SPECIALTY l Itw Utovj HICKMAN, ""v Stable, KENTUCKY, KINGMAN & BOMAR. K. Fuqua. Jas. 13. Fuqua, Scc'y. -- Wo note Cc9, MWjSK sent to insane- asylums through Western nlorrrnnnn Uivlll irnit nf -- ...., i r oxcessivo cigarotto smoking, ono tV luuaui ocsccrauon, " ami i irusi iu New York and tho other iu this iuu i win no nolo to poiui out us State. This habit provnils to a wiciiouness to good cnect. very great extent among thoyonug opening my discourse, how-eeboys of Hickman, and parents I will announce that a gamo should hoo that a stop is put to it. nf hllRft lifkl t la nntv In nvnrrrnna just back of tlio church, and, for A Illock Island, Khodo Island, llll' uuiiVGUIOUOO Ol W01HUippurt) papor ronoits lion. Oscar Turner the scoro of innings will bo on tho blackboard by Hro. and family, of Louisville, spending tho summer at Ocean View Joliusou. My toxt is 'ltciuotnbcr - week two young iuuii liavo been that within tho pat nct 1 Central Academy will open its session Monday, 27th inst. MV (tArinnti iji.flni' J " cntil n , rI,A.bimmon LIvcrM,duiPf(Kt'd . U n vuv.il ' r m AfL't jt i,lv II cilln, Prop'r A.C,V cr KccnUtor, I kCJ by 7ntm ltt& M. A. S. U M. hi lor 47 yttrt OircJ iNHIOfciTION. Huiolsnus, ltTSrrrtflAICK HRAPACIIX.ObT nirvn, u(iiavi), A K. A Uev. T n. Ueim,!'aiiorM. iivt O.ltnur-n.iatniicnn,, mucs "i -- aw unn 1 f nouii care oten aeaa dui unii-oI THE OLD RELIABLE! 01IAS. A. UOLOOMBB, -- Aii , no-for- o lor your Ocnume M. A. aim mnni I.ivrf .Mriiitini. I hav jintllmti hid to rubttttute DKAMlt IX- - r, 1 I ftM ;I I Medicine. 3ftJ havo uwdhaKoMt. It wotkaftkea chatm, 1 want no petur I.Uer ItceuUlor and ccr tilnly uo more vt ZclU' inutura nnf, on 11 uun niuwcr wif purpose " Vt J. U.Crarts.nditor Tt Tttitt Mrmphli.Tcan. rfived pickageol yourl.Wi 1 ,Zeiln,itufrivryour Meril DRUGS, 1IBDI0, ; fAIKTS Jill DWTIM8, :u; , jr jk jm nr, COMl'OUNDKD. Hotel. tho Habbath day to keep It holy.' " US- - Kl'lUSCn'toiXS CAUKl'ULLV ftaJ-!!-- ? mmfmcM aiKiiA tit&liAMIi aLLifl' tfSStSSiTjEA. hLifuirwwn. 'xwiinRvrnriM.ttiTivPi.kiJurrs . - .. .., ruiUrt II l.M J . B .JJti't iJ L KM iB i .&& T 1 t 1 M I 1 T a'jii Ji 1 ktin91 . ,, .ya VTXWWMWVVViiin?VMnS'. ..tfciw;. ' TOim3iUMn M?il " ' -- aiiui ii ,iAtovx jiu il n fwnmt75r w, smtiimriMw imnmiixjidiMmMk,vn- - wv THE PnOTEOTION MOLOCH. High Tariff flrrat Itleaslns; to Mnnn rarturlnt; Kln, tine n Cnm to Those Whn lUtr !o Drpcnil UponThrlr Labor for Support Ilclotr wo present our worklng-moromtcr with it H"t of nil tho Industries protected by tho present tarifT laws, together with tho amount of cnpltnl mploinl In ouch, p1d out In wngoa, piihl out for rnw xmitorlnU, tho taUio of tho manufactured product, tho prollt of wiloi over and nbovo tho cost of wages and muterinl. and tho pcr ccnUtgo of profit on tho capital Invested by oach llrm or corporation. n 1; TurlfT ttrroriner, Its rnrtj. rpir The San Francisco California Demo With a tax upon liquors of nil sorts and tobacco in all lU forms," krat, tho leading Gorman dally newssaid an eminent revenue roformor, paper on this coast, and heretofore nnd by wise adjustment ot tho tariff srongly Republican in National poll-liehas pronounced for Cleveland and which will put n tazonhj on thoseartictcs In n long editorial" tho which wc cotthl ttifienf with, Known at Thurmnn. luxuries, and those which wo use moro reasons for tho chnngo of policy nro of than wo produce, revenue enough given. Tho artlclo opens with tho may lo raUod, after a fow years of statement that if tho Republican party peace and consequent reduction of In- hail net degenerated, thoro would havo debtedness, to fulfill nil our obligations? been no reason for tho Demokrat leavu further reduction of expense In ad- ing It This retrogression Is In both dition to a reduction of Interest and principles nnd candidates. " As far as Iron and StcclCnp.ini, $230,971,-80per cent, may bo rolled on to make this tho honcty of character of tho opposIs concerned," wngos paid, fM,476v78.p); cost of tho practical. Jlcvcnuc reform, if it mtans ing candldat valuo of prod-iieditorial says, "tho cttlrcn could material, fHll.'-'TlJAthis, has my hearty t;j)orf." Trollt, f I0.8W.760. f.WW7.0.S The name of tho Rovonuo roformor choose his ticket blindfolded and dePercent, profit, 21.7. without fear who said this was Ulysses Simpson posit It In tho ballot-boltoots and ShoiMCiipUal, $al,r8,-30(irant, nnd ho said it in his second of injuring tho public Interest Tho Why Is contest in this campaign," it connioMMiftift. December 5. 1870. waffca puld, fW,00A,lU; rtwt of materials, fU4,0f6,676; valuo of prod ho not denounced ns "n Hrltish free- tinues, "will, therefore, bo conducted Profit, 130,958, uctH, f 100,010,181. entirely on questions of principle, trader" for it? 762. Per cent profit, 30. Again in his third annual message Tlioo principles must not bo judged Men's ho recommended that a careful esti- as expressed In platforms but from wapes paid, $1.5,010,05,1; cost of rantc-rlalmate lo mado of tho existing surplus tho character of tho partlos, their atfl31,3G3,22; valuo of product, and that In d justing tho tariff tho titudes and their former actions. Tho 200.618,401. Pmflt, 132,211,826. Per surplus bo reduced "so as to nlTord Republican party," It adds, "has ccnU profit, 41. tho greatest relief to tho greatest num- taught us to care lc;s than tho snap of $8,207,. Woman's Clothing-Capi- tal, ber." In his fourth annual messago n finger for pmtforms." 273; wages paid, $0,681,005; cost of Tho Republican platform Is charac ho spoke of tho war taxes as "a vexvaluo of prodmaterial, $19,W9t'-.comatious burden on any people." In his terized as full of monplaces, and tho question askodi ucts f 32,001,79 1. Profit, $5,761,562. tlfth messago, ho recommended n rePcr cent, prollt, 71. vision and codification of tho tnrlff " What ha that party dono since 1881 (219,501,791; Cotton Goodi-Cop- ltal, laws." In his sixth message ho urged to strengthen its appeal to tho wages paid, (15,014,110; cost of mateAfter tho glory of tho past and that tho introduction free of duty of rials, (113,765,537: valuo of products. d dyes, chemicals und such wools i we Ita men "comes a race of adder-head- s $210,950.33. rroflt, (51,670, 427. Per and narrow-minde- d I do not produce wouiu stimulate manucent profit, 23. zealots, who dragged tho mcjisngo to Congress In Ihor Jioau facture, and therefore bo a benefit to Pound rj and Machine Works Cap- this: homo production. party into tho dirt and joined cbry itol, (151,510,481; wngea paid, (65,982,-133- ? ' I would mention (for the free fit and for In his seventh nnnual messago ho tramping movement from whltn they Into ' thoso could snatch a p,irnnRl foflt or cost of material, (103,315,083; lower duties) those article which enterupon recommended for tho free-liAlt paid of valuo of product, (214,378,468. Profit, manufactures soasalt tosorts. cost dutytho article articles which enter into manufactures satisfy frivolous prejudice, Scareot the such articles (45,051,252. Per cent, profit, 30. when manufactured here and must t paid for of all sorts." "All duty paid upon crows of liberty Instead of horowl (50,222,-05by the ronsumer. These duties not only come Bitch article," ho said, ' goes directly Look on Tanned Leather-Capi- tal. that picture, men on home, but act as a proat from the wnges paid, (0,201,243; cost of tection toconiumers manufacturers la our own to tho cot of tho artlclo when manuthis: Lincoln, Sew aril, Stno on, Sumforeign materials, (85,019,207; valuo of prod-net- s. and distant markets. ' factured hero and must bo paid for by ner, (ireeley. On the other fide, John Profit, (18,101,-88(113,318,336. President Arthur held tho same prin- tho consumer. These duties not onhj J. Ingnlls.H. W. IHair. Wlllnm Per cent, prollt, 36. 'I ho ciple which wcro before expressed by eomtfrom the consumers at home but act and IL IL Rlddloborger." Sawwl Lumber Capital, (181,186,-12President Grant and which havo boon as a protection to foreign manufacturtariff question is then taken ip, with wapospald, (31,815,071; cost of declared subsequently by President ers of tho same completed articles In full senso of tho need of such n reform materials. (146,155,385; valuo of prod- Cleveland. In his second annual mes- our own nnd distant markets." as tho President's messago foreshaduct, (233,263,720. Profit, (55,267,370. sage- in 1882 President Arthur treats Neither Cleveland, Carlisle, Mills, owed and tho Mills bill presmtod for Per cent profit, 31. of this vital subject In tho following MjtrrUnn nnr nnv rnvenuo reformer on action. Tho Republican portion m I Mixed Textiles Cnp!tnl,(37,996, 057; words: tho Democratic side has Kildany thing favor of high protection is deemed a Either the surplus mast bo Idle in the stronger than this. wages paid, (13,316,753; cost of mate desertion of party principles, and tha Covcrarccst will tc forced to rials (37,227,741; valuo or products, Treasury cr thorates It bonJi not then redeemWhy then do tho believers in free effort to oxcuso tho declaration for free buy at market Profit, (15,677,200. Pcr able, which, under such clrconttances, cannot whisky und embargo refrain from de- whisky nnd tobacco us "a rbotorUa! $66,221,703 fall to command an enormous premium; or nouncing Ulysses Simpson Grant? cent, profit, 30. pitilessly criticised, exaggeration" revenues will be directed to ex Paper Capital, (16,211,202; wages the swollenexpenditures which, as experience St. Louis Jiepublic with tho concluding query: "Are ill traragant paid, (8,525,355; cost of materials, has taught, is ever the bane of an orcrflowlng tho planks in the platform similar IN A TIGHT VuACE. Treasury. If the tax oa domestic spirits ia to $33,051,207; valuo of products, $55,109,-01Republican treatment be retained. It Is plain that Urpo reductions Pcr cent, from the customs tax are entirtly feasible. How Wilt Sherman, !ncU jfc Co. Ills. of Profit, $12,633,262. supporters Is cojHise of tho .Mills llllt. profit, 45. Tho rresent system should be so revised as to nsidered nt great length and tho charge cquallxo the public burdens among all classes Now that tho Mills bill is out of tho of base ingratltudo mndo against tho Silk and Silk occupations and to brine it Into closer bar House of Representatives, tho upper. wages paid, $0,146,705; cost and with the rresent neeas of Industry." HarrNon and Cleveland ua mony Is, part)-of materials, $22, 167,701; valuo of President Garfield's opinions wcro most question In tho public mind next compared, tho former's position products, $11,033,015. Profit, (0,418,-C3- parallel. In ono of his tarifT speeches what will tho Senate do with it? There on tho Chinese question Mng Son-at- e Percent profit, 16. exposeds "Atull time ho Ud beforo his election m the Chief Kxccu-tlv- Is a popular impression that tho will do nothing that tho bill will by tho Chinese, oven going co far as to Sugar and Molasses Capital, Duties should bo so ho said: Lbo referred to tho appropriate Senate wages paid, (2,875,032; cost high that our manufacturers enn fairly Clevfavor their naturalization." valuo of compete with tho foreign product, but committee, nnd that It will be allowed eland's career, on tho other hand, ia of materials, (111,603,100; adProfit, products, (155,818,015. not so high as to ennblo them to drive to sleep there until this Congress stated to bo "phenomenal, IndlcatJg Tcr cent profit, 62. out tho foreign article, enjoy a monop- journs. And yet there is no reason moral power nnd an intelligent demsuch n Capital. (06.005,-66Woolen Goods otion to duty, his position on tho taniT oly of tho trado and regulate tho why tho Senato should pursue wages paid, (25,836,302; cost of price as they please, I am for a protec- course There is no precedent for U proving a character which boars tho If tho Senato pursued this course it mark of truo greatness. materials, (100,815,611; valuo of prod- tion which leads to ultimate froo trade. no h no ucts, $160,606,723. Profit, $33,024,720. I nm for that free trado which can bo would be tho first tlmo in tho history demagogue; ho Is a man." Tho of tho country for tho Senate to refuso Pcr cent, profit, 35. nchlovcd only through protection." of Cleveland Is continued In n Snoh, Doors and Winds Capital, In another speech In the Ilouso of consideration of n rovenuo measure analysis of hU principal actions m by tho immodlato representa$20,457,670; wagoa paid, (8,510,030; Representatives delivered In Juno, Morton is "a member ft! President cost of material, (20,700,010. Profit, 1878, on taxation as a method of tives of tho people. Looking at It In tho moneyed aristocracy, cho-e- n morn would (7,280,176; Percent, profit, 40. raising tho revenue, treneral Garfield tho light of party expediency, It for his wealth than hU ability." To Marblo and Stone Work Capital, said: "In tho third group I placo be better for tho Republican Senate to Thurmnn, "n man who has tho confIt by (16,108,221; wages paid, (10,238,085; wines, spirits and tobacco In its vari- tako up tho Mills bill and defeat idence of tho whole country," is paid cost of materials, (12,743,315; valuo ous forms. On thoso tho djtles range a square vote than to smother It In a high tribute, and Rlalno s unqunlltiVl of products, (31,415,150. Profits, per committee room. And yet If tho bill and lofty estimate of tho "Old Roman ' to nlncty-fb- e from cighty-f.vPer cent profit, 60. cent, ad valorem, nnd from them wo U taken up and put upon Us passage Is quoted. Tho conclusion of tho through Curried Leather Capital, (16,878,-52Is a straightforward pldgota collected last yoar ono hundred million there Is a chance for Its goingsingularly an event that would bo wages paid, $4,8i5,413; cost of revenue. Tho windom of thy tax will support tho Democratic National ticket n Ui materials, 50,306,500; valuo of prod- hardly be disputed by any ona" Hero fatal to tho hopes of Republican ami an anneal tnJormnn-Amnrlc- n hi lbo lmlluiial uievtSou. So it i Profit, (7,199,375. is tho froo whisky plank of the Chicaucts, (71,351,207. follow tho example. San Francisco Percent profit 50. go plat'orm vigorously condemned by the Republican majority In tho Senate Examiner. Planed Lumber Capital, (17,612,-92the lost Republican President elected finds Itself In n dilemma. To tako wages paid, (r,H0u,724; oot of by' tho iHMjple. Hero is a turning action on tho Mills bill is fatal; not to MAKE YOUR SELECTION. materials, (21,477,513; valuo of prod- against tho Republican party the words do so is equally fatal. And yet tho Which Mmll He the ttT V (lurrrninriitr Tollcy of Onr uct. (36,803,1110. Profit (6,435,089. of its own statesmen. What they 6ald condition of tho public finances docs not justify trifling with this important Per cent profit, 35. was eald In tho interest of tho poor When you buy n coat, a hat, a pair Tho Treasury is gorged of sock, dishes for your table, knives (20,070,874; taxpayer. Their sontlmonts certainly measure, Ship Ihillding-Capl- tal, wages paid, (12,713,813; cost of ma- wore not in the interest of free whisky, with rovenues, compelling tho Secrennd forks, window glass, halt, lumber, tary to go Into tho markets nnd buy nails, hardwaro of any kind, tools, Imterials, (10,730,358; valuo of product. trusts nnd oppressive taxes. 1,350,156. Per (3G.fcOO.327. Profit Air. Mills in his bonds not duo at an Ono point moro. plement of husbandry, or any other cent profit 20. great speech on tho Tariff Reform bill. rate of premium. Something must bo of the ten thousand manufactured ardono by tho Republican majority In tho ticles that you must bnro, or any arLinseed Oil Capital, (5,872,750; delivered In, tho House, Paid: M wages paid, (091,097, co-- of material", We hare now In the United States orer Senato to rellovo this condition of afticle that has boon transported on 11,00X00,000 In gold, alitor and paper money. fairs, or the party to which tho major- steel rails, you pay a heavy tax, a (12,871,291; valuo of products, Of this amount, exclusive of bullion, tbere Is Profit, (1,837,821; per cent securely looUed within the roulu of the Treas- ity belongs will bo held justly respon- small part of which goes into tho If tho Republican Of Uils Utter sible for tho failure. ury tho sum ot profit 31. Treasury while tho rest goes secure urn, 1100,000,000 Glas Capital, (19,811,699; wages demption of the is sei apart toTrewury the re- Senntors can not como up to tho full Into tho pockets of men who grow rich note; Go rem merit measure of tho great occasion which by taxing all tho rest of tho people. paid, (9,1 H, 100; cost of material, IJ19,(K,0UO Is set apart to secure the redempvaluo of products, (21,154,571. tion of told certificates i tXX000,QD Is set has been met so honestly and courIf you aro unwise enough to drink Profit, (3,031,850. Percent profit 10.5. apart to secure the redemption of ilrrr cer- ageously by tho Democrats in tho lowwhisky you pay a tax on that, too, but tificates, and 108,001,000 to aecuro Ue redempHosiery and Knit Goods Capital, tion of banks which hare failed, er are in er House then tho people of this counevery cent of it goes to support too After all demands srainit the try will havo no possible prctoxt for Government, (16,670,601; wages paid, (0,701,475; liquidation. been prorlded cost of materials, (15,210,051; valuo of Government baret!&,000(oon, which for, there is restoring the Republican party to powTho rovenues of the Government are represents ft balance of products, (20tlG7,227. Profit, (7,251,-frO- l. left snm wrung from the people b; excess.re er. SL Paul Globe. the greater than are needed. and unjust taxation. Per cent profit, 40. Tho President and his party propoo SOLDIERS VoH REFORM, II Mr. Mills had written for a day Tho por cent profit on tho protected to reduce or remove thoso taxes which industries enumerated abovo Is ob- with a pen at sharp as tho spear of Vlsornns I.injuR0 Vnt hj a League of you pay partly to tho Government and Old Uiilnn Vrtrrnns. tained after deducting thoamounU paid Ithurlcl, il ho had talked for a day of rich men A league of Old Union Soldiers has partly to a favored class for wngos and raw material from tho with tho oloquenco of a Cicero, ho of llfo, so In Indiana, and has on tho common necessaries value of tho manufactured articles, tho could not have moro graphically de- been formed may ffo further, I ii nt )uur trthliiK scribed Uio actual situation than ho adopted and publUhed an address to your family may llvo better and you wholesale value alono being given. It requires no politician, no party has dono In tho above few lines. Hid tho pcoplo which Is remarkablo for th& may put moro money away for a tlmo words hit tho bull's cyo every time vigorous language in which It de- of need. organ, to toll tho average working-ma- n Commissioner Dudwhero tho protection comes in and who Tho question la : Shull tho Govern- nounces Tho Republican party until recently is benefited by it Ho can boo with ment reduce tho tarllT so that it fchall ley and tho attempt of tho Republican proposed tho samo thing. Now it prohalf an cyo that ho Is not thoono bene- tako oil $129,000,000 of taxation, and leaders to array tho Union veterans poses instead to make the taxes on tho fited. Furthermore, tho Government thereby cheapen clothoi and tho neces- against tho Democratic candidates. common necessaries of llfo still higher, statistics from which wo obtained tho saries of life; or shall it keep clothe Tho nddroos oxprcfios sympathy with giving tho rich monopolist a still larg overywiiero, and abovo figured show that tho avcrago high, levy ahturd taxes and glto us all tho working-ma- n of what you poy and if earnestly hopes that "tho crushing er proportioncut down tho Government warn- - of th employes in those pro- free whisky? that doesn't Mr. Lovejoy has seen tho point and hasd of monopoly will bo stayed by de- revenues enough, to abolish tho tax on tected Industries Is 01 cents pcr day. Tho politicians of both partlos who has profited by It. There aro many feating tho monopolists' pet, Ren Har- whisky. hopato humbug tho working-me- n this who aro following In tho wmo path. rison, for tho grcatofllco of President" Which of thoso two shall bo tho pol"Wo recognlzo in him." says tho year with tho protection hocuspocus, There id an incongruity In tho icy of tho Government? That Is tho "the enemy f the laboring-me- n may as well understand at tho begindoctrine which the question which you will holp to docldo ning of tho campaign that this will bo people do not scorn to relish. Detroit and tho friend of tho Chlnoso or cheap bv vour voto in wovemoor. vn wmm voto in tho Senate of labor, which his a bad year in which to mistako Johnny Fnt Press. sldo will you cait your ballot? W r. tho United States assisted in bringing Commercial AdverlUtr. Toiler for a fool. Ho has loani"! how The Only national Plan. and keeping in our land, and for this to read and cipher as well as vote, and this year ho propone to do all throo Tho Republican platform, which and his other expression ugainai ino Tariff reform would havo tho unto perfection. Labor Signal, appeal on bo- - labor clement wo deem him wholly makes a moral offect of example upon thoso lit to occupy tho Presidential chair." South American States which may hulf of free whuky, makos an opon A NOTABLE CONVERSION. ono for free alcohol Ubod In tho arts. It warmly Indorses Cleveland and need it; and, in proportion to lu Tho rational objection to froo alcohol Thurmnn, and, "bollovlng that till tho breadth and thoroughness, it would One of (he Httvrrrst lllows Htistnlntrt by country will bo u&od for this purpose is not ono of variod Interests of tho tho manufacturers of tho United the Itrpubllrwn I'nrtjr best subsorved, wo imploringly ask nil plcaso In portion to obtain without Ono of tho most Important lato con- principlo hut of practice. It would bo soldiers to aid us In their election to States an outlet for their produtt, versions from tho Republican party to well to make such alcohol froo if that hogging ofilco of Prosldcntand tho principles of tarifT reform and could safely bo dono. Hut It would tho exalted Tho 'bbtnnt" Ingalla and simply by enabling them to sell at delupo tho country with that froo uttract foreign Democracy is that of Mr. Owen 0. god" Ingnrsoll aro caustic prices which would Lovejoy, a prominent resident of whisky which tho Republican admlro. tho "pagan custom. As much, however, Is duo to ally referred to, and tho address closes of tho United States. Princeton, 111., and tho to a of the fa- It would bo Impobalblo to conflno tho eloquently expressed hopo tho consumers manufactured artlclo of mous Abolitionist, Owen Lovejoy. Mr. reduction within tho limits proposed. with tho will not only Woro prices country would Love joy has been till his llfo n Repub- Under pretenbo of making alcohol for that tho present campaign Mr. Clovo-lanat once bo lower, this of lican. Hut the hlghtarift absurdities tho arts, every JIIIcl fctllU and feomo rosult in tho como u better markcL Prices can not "but timt It will forever over- now bo low enough for liberal coof that party aro moro than ho can en that aro not so clnRV-d- , would manuof hato, sectionalism dure. As hi assorts, "tho history of facture liquor for drink. Tho result throw tho party sections of this nsumption, Want of tariff burden country, from Alexander Hamil would bo a flood of cheap whUky and monopoly, that all hands In ono afflicting many interests which Imro tho join can Dallas (7Vx.) AVwj ton and Thomas JotTorson to James (J. thrown upon tho market. Yes, thoro groat country of peace on curth, tariff protection. Itlulno, declares In ono volco that tax- U no doubt about It; looked nt in common brotherhood Oood for tho men." ation shall bo Imposed upon tho luxu- every light tho Uepublicun plan of irood will to Soldiers. May their That our American workmen ries and relieved from tho noccsnarles rovonuo reduction make for free Lcaguo of Old full bonollts of a profor tho good of tho shall havo tho countries havo been of life.11 This Mjntlmont becurod for whUky. Tho only wnsible p!" that numbers multiply tective tariff, nil Ilepublic. him tho Democratic Congressional has been offered or can bo offered is country. St. Louii ranbaeked tho world over for chvnp nomination In tho Soonth Illinois dis- the Democratic plan of reducing taxes l rim i:ivi.rvio.i (jommission labor. Poland, Italy, Germany, Riij. on tho necessaries nf iff -- Motion ,..., ,,. luw sin, India, South America. China, and Mirt thn rivM-SrvItrict Mr. Lovejoy Is abbolutoly right uww hfu not accomnllshcd all that its most thoso protectionists aro now using all when ho assorts that tho hUtory of tho There issomVjiosncct that tho sanguine frionds oxpoetcd of Its priw- - tho canvlut labor thoy can get, and Nation Is In favor of tho taxation of cmocrats will carry Ohio. Chair- - Ileal operation, "It has shown tho thoy havo Bent agents down Into Tho protectionists man Rrlco ought to nut his shoulder wisuom oi uivorcing uio miuuruuiiiw tho luxuries. hades" to negotiate with tho duwl know it too. Hut to gain their own to tho wheel here, if anv whero It la olllces frcm politics und elections, and for his surplus labor, w) that they can ' protection" endn, which aro synonymous with thoso his own State and making contlnuanco in oinco uepenu our Th.mn'. Tho ont not upon party tervlco, but upon glvo betUT laborers. Daytonto (0.) of tho trusts and monopolist. Ihoy Sherman men ur nt American .i raise an irrelevant huo and cry, which and not enthuhlastlo for the Kopub-tho- y merit and good behavior." Tho poo-p- le Workman, moan shall decolvo tho public. this ntntommt If will lleun cnmlldnte. Tho hoo! Ihhiio hof Any paper with Chnulnud and and there It was never tho thought of Alex- - boon greatly overrate It will not Mr. Cleveland Is under Hamilton, who was really the make near a many Itcmibllcnn voles is no doubt ho will bo, CivibServico Thurman at tho head of Its cnlum u reform, withfounder of tho American" system,, M havo beon counted on Ohio Is reform will bo so firmly fixed that It for tariff reduction und idea would be developed Into; cjdsdlv a Hut mrth Uvinf". will be m permanent as tho conitltu out dotrlmcnt to American labg;, fDtnvr 4YtVfi. tho huff octopui which it hot ifnc1 HVrfO, Uon iUelf. Da Moinu LtatUr u, x 1; ,69Gi w, ro-n7; high-soundijeo-plo- ?" mean-spiritest 1; 6. Ma-hon- e, 2; 4. liorman-Amcrlean Goods--Capital, 0; 0. rvh-lessly e, 0; 1. 1; ovi-glum pa-weo 0; suc-ws3; With him protection was merely nn Incldont of a tariff tax levied to rnUo revenue Henry Clay an likewise a believer In thl wimo liberal construction of tho theory of protection. Ho did not botlcre in tho prohibition of Imports, and when reproached by his frionds for wint discretion and inconsistency In introducing his bill of 1833 to nsluco tho tariff taxes, and when Informed that it would cost him tho Presidency, ho mado pdrnthcrbo tho celebrated answer: right than bo President" From tho tnrifl which Hamilton hltnsolf prepared in 1798 down to tho tlmo of Prwidont Arthur, who appointed n commission to revise tho tariff, it has been lHd that tho correct tariff philosophy was tho taxntlon of tho luxuries for revenue and tho reduction of uvxes on tho necessities of llfo to tho minimum. Tho Chicago convention took the directly opposite position, placing tho tax on tho necessities and removing It from tho luxuries; a position opposed to tho correct principles of government nnd tho welfare of tho taxpayer, which in tho United States is chiefly composed of tho men who work for their living. Presidents Grant Arthur and Oar-fiel-d all took precisely tho eamo view which Is outlined in tho Mill Wll.whlch tho Republican leaders aro no o busily engaged In denouncing, because, as they foolishly and impudently allege, it would bo fatal to tho business In terest of the Nation. What did Pres ident Grant ay In his &inth annual become. GENERAL GRANT'S VIEWS. The Opinion of is liWtlnRiilfthsil ltfjmb-llcn- SUPPORTING it CLEVELAND. llepub-lim- THE COMMONWEALTH. n Tli Trailing California CUrmnn tTs In tti nsxJAMirr Btanuey had hit nrra cnuglt Hire thing machine, nuir Huckeyr, nnd wrenched off. He w niutcU ENGLISH FROM COOKS. Amusing linguistic Hhimtcri Made by A coupto of luHtnncoH of Ourofor Rhoumatlim. n O, O. TVcM, Foretcii !djr tVf n to Kittle wan amputated. wtHickman, aftir. tho nmuslng whero the nnu Ho died ot Internal Of UlTPnUpi sixty-on- e I'OSTMASTKH It. P. llnoWX, Jird tho other jertit. Tiucpoit-offleo morning, aged ty hat lxvn atolUhed. A at MnltatonPlko Coun coLonrn mnn named John lllack wn arretted In Hhelhy County, cltAi god wbUky without (locrnmenl lUfnto. A pniiUd coniiiihitlonetl iMHtmatter. Mtt.nnKn McKauind dleil nt Ocnloro, aged ono huudied and three jr.iri. Hhe led a remnikntily aetlvo life untd flvo or tlx eara ago, and tlnco thaf time the hat been nt vivacious nt tho or 51- ro9Toricic hat Win rttabllthcd at I.reli(k, ll.ii rhon CountVi and Cnth MRt. il.iury woman of nlxty. Joiim Honoicnnd Wllllnm Jackson, coN oreit tectlon lminU on thn Cincinnati S.Mithern rallrvad, tecnnio Involved In n ilruitken ipmrret at Greenwood, IUmIrii wn tabUtt nnd Instantly killed by Jnck ton. H.iloma. AtKnti) Lt ii.ltx, n jHiing man nUuit twenty jeara of age, wn iliownfd near UwentUm tho other (teuton white bathing. HU Uiy wai reioveied. c iiak. Wm man, Taut Grand Master of of tho World, In the Sovereign impendent Uxder of Uddfellowa, died nt Louisville the other nlRbt, apeu eenty t ;ht. lie WAttrtkonltt fiud.hnly at th (Md'fellows hvndmtAiten someday" no, and had not slnco been out. Ho wa lnrn at rhUadelphlA, nnd In ISU wa Inltlnted Into tho Onlrr where he MAtowe1lknonn. He le.ives n valuable collection ot Oddfel lowt llternture. Tuc nanio of tho post ofllceal Vail, Hath County, ha lieeu ihnURed to Halt Lick. A nsTorriCK has Iteen ctablihel at Ulandei, PidiHkl County, with John K as potniatcr. Vahk H. Uaaom It the new pmtinat-te- r nt Cnstidy, AVnrren County, vice It, H. Claypool, rrsigned; nnd T. A. C Coik nt taclcrtcu, llutmnn County, Ticc Itobcrt M. Nance, reslRneil, OapkulHtokks and nil Dorrlt, nelh tors, living near Morton's (lap. n stat'on north of Hopklntrllle. Itecmne Involved in a dilllciilty several days since, nnd meet rncncnln on the U'th tho tumble wa renewed, Stokes suddenly drew a pistol and flred, one shot taking tlTeet In Dtirrls1 lioweln, Inflicting aserioun and It Is thought fatal w ound. Stokes w ns at once nrreted, and Is out on bait Fcvrn.M- - ilays ago n young man giving tho name of Preston Phillips, and claiming to hall from I'lovd County, Vn., crime to the farm of John M Spoonamoore.of Iloylo County, and was Riven ork. On the 10th he got up, and stealing JHf) In rnh nnd n suit of clothe from a fellow laborer, ho silently stole nnn. The following Kentucklnns hive len granted Increased pensions: Jas.M. Carter, Wetleyville; John B, Kadt, Cuitral Cityt Thos, Craven, Willow town; Ja. bhlpp, w will-know- n llpn blundcrn forolgnorn mny miikoln upcnk-In- g KnglUh woro given mo tha other day, nnd 1 lmvo ovory rotiHon loth to bollovo litem genutno nnd thnt thoy havo not beforo boon printed. A lady who had learned Kngllsh In n school in Kuropo, whoro alio wna accounted proflclont In our language, camo to this country to tnko chargo of an OHtnblUhmonL llrought fnco to faco with tho practical requirement of ovory day llfo her nnglleh proved lc8 comprohcnslvo nnd aceurnto than might havo been wlnhcd, nnd tho ovlduncco thnt hor vocabulary hnd lHon painfully collected from n dictionary rnthor than from living epcoch gavo a good deal of nmunemontto thoso around her. On ono occaalon nho wUhed to direct n servant to kill a chicken nnd after plucking It to bring her tho feathers. Tho form which her l)Io mo that directions took was: boast and bring mo his vestmcnL" Perplexing ns tho servant must havo found this order, his astonishment can hardly havo been ciual to that of a carpenter to whom was addreseoda still moro amusing blunder by thU lady. Sho had nn Interview with him In referenco to sotno alterations eho thought of undertaking In her dwelling, but found tho retlmiUoH ho mado ro largo that sho determined not to have tho work undertaken. In a shot t time. however, alio found herself so lueom modnd by tho ntnto of tho houao thnt sho divided that It would bo nrvojwnry to havo tho alterations made, eeu nt tho figure nnmed by tho crjvntcr. Sho accordingly sent for him, and onco moro carefully explained what sho wished to havo dono. To hor surprUo tho man promptly nnmed n prlco considerably In ndvnnco of his provlom estimate, nnd his feelings may Ik Itn nglneil when lu her consternation her iwiitlnr Knglish Iwlrnyed her Into say. Ing: "Why, sir, you aro dearer to mo than when wo woro Ilrst engaged." If tho carpenter appreciated a joko ho thould havo sealed down his figures. Chicago Journal. lUblng tbls nftcr-noo- n Instond of going to school, heap,' intd tho old mnn, n ho prnUnl bimclf at tho tnbln nnd glmuvd birch rotla nt tho loy. l4Noor mind, sir, you Just Tvnlt until nftflp stipirr. Whnthnto wo got horv, wlfeP I'm ns hungry ns n wolf " "llrook trout, p., hastily tho boy. 'l onttght Viu. That so?" wild tho old mnn na ho helped hltnolf HK'nilly; "but you liirutlon, my mustn't nogbvt joup donr boy. Tli.tt will noer do, you know." Kjtoeh. of West Granville, Mass., writes ct Allcocx's Poaots 1'iasTcast EXPOSITION DIRECTORY. For rheumntltui, neuralgia, pain in tho Ma or Mi'kt coughs, colds, bruises and any T fothtctnj rtprtitnt tU taltty lutln't local wesknet j, thoy truly possess wonderful cursbvo qualities. I havo recommend Aav in thtlr rtintcttotU. 7 hff curry i full happicdtbctntotny neighbors with tho priett lijor buying from oUirptr(i4$, est results,! many of whom but for Il'AtTEHs would bo lu n crippled comldpn nthomo. In every I ti stance whero HAIR QOOnS. they Iiftvis been faithfully and projKirly ARTIST MATERIALS. KW'SSSK' M: t J result bus beeu wonderfully satiII, Il4ltrilt(. IJI lUrfiM. tlrtrlimwtl. O. sfactory nCriDCFrmss1nthsinoitdjUe1nni Win It n visa man Uko a pint Itecauso W Wsri au useinasn, u ho h.is s't a good head, sad cotuos U a nratszta Mro. co., s point I All-cock- 's CINCINNATI rW !;;; The thlcngo & Northwestern llallwaY iwlftults wslktoEipuittloB. Unchroomstucrnd. Compai announces u scries of hnriat ex. ctirslnns to points In town. Minnesota, DaARTIST'S MATERIALS, RMJftrfc nstlfd rrt iom Jdir. kota ' ,Mrakn, for which t.ikct will 1iib. 1M bo sold Aug. ai. Hopt. II. Kept IW, Oct y, 4 Imii, TrnsH and (Kt S, at tho ruto of ono faro for tha round rP- Ihco eieurslons will a fiord ALOTHiNQ. Fiohhilmir Ires. & Co ClotMtg cxcepii'"d opportunities for lersonal In nuintm W sihSi. Th nnl Whol-'f tho prcHtuctivn country rcttchetl Mnuftr(uifrstnL1nr)nnslllMlisU Stso( Tsj sptvd In by tlio thlciigo & Northwestern lull ay luMoff.KurntittlnR snJ Hits, most fmpUte ihf etifi r fuU Information mldress R V linrn. Stclnway & Sons, Wllsou, Oeucral PuAscugcr Acut, Uhlcaga llnrvrst ICsrurslons, AldiohIuildihq ws VfJrth' - " 1 tliMr tha brewers aud natural It Iiemployes enough that at lagvr bead. should get iunvropaer. A ii.hp.--1 DulniA - Thsf'wndatton of health may bo deeply do-1M. if tho constipated, tho bilious, tho and Itiaied will but1 infuse conjoint.vigor with JlonteUer reRu.arnv into tho sj stemthlnl of a century For n Ktotushlitten mission, of furnish ing It bs fullllle,l Ua strctigth to thn fcehlo and health to tho sick Chills nnd fever, rheumatism, nervous and klduey troubles succumb to it iwrrowcr will Tits only thlmrn I net tuka is a hint W sJWAm laU. slMlsornfrsnf lh Stmsrh I rrlhrurnr iiAk.li KM.Mt. Itlk.1.1r Ndtoui I4i vour skin breaks ol AriH. Il.1rh, IVinMlpslion, IS..II? nf. 1Mia Rathr' Whin IrtJ BlhHi, )inioin, itr lnHsnimslln uf lIMno't Hulphur Koap. iMlA.aml all drMnmnt fit IbMln out In pimple nufid..l tea. ABB.a fltoH. JIlU's Hairlhi, lllack cr llrown, Ztxi. usrrvrr, ruluisU. vr rfslett nous Unus. A TUtrtthtt it lightly psstet orer Is tho "AI'IM; SJL'IIK MKlliriXR." hst lilts fnco lurrvund ntf awatoruieiou patch. lunwtr A C llsntlvnsn nfin II sMl oiT slrinss In mf fsnillysrsI stnprr IVrlu Oo, tblns (l.i L uh..nl lh"' lby Crencn Olass, Oval niKKI A lit. Clbsn.,lniuiUuni7 Front, Mekr r t hejrry Cigar Case. - lt..l Aa Bllla. - - m. ... TiiiLL&Ctt .Chicago I in Mime rottt It It Hhef funr ltwtfttn Snlbfriirn4-l- lh I dUlU tllsA taaBA ik.M Ml. Fmuixo r.r compllmduU is doubtful pill,.all a Mint nf snl in Tnf hsn1slirss, snJ " thw I m prsnrr sorU si! ool l"niiinUtl PIALinO! Son. pi a noS. snd ItctsU Wol)r,2ahlor (If RADWAY'S bm ch-'- l)i.r.IJ. u' Tf . ltf lt L- a. l ray aorsnii:i.mt exrect I.ung,Nn OK1TEUT e Thront Diseases. Hctul for lnwk. tho bul ta. rrcftTKtrs tf lllLA.CMtlMll.fcntUMK !orvtll.as. t.l 1 mi- Movixoln loonttt highest circles Ir sW.cttx Thom icon's WaUT Druggists soil Mro Kyrt uso Dr Isooo ttV IMS II K, It ilHVO'SPI I.I J srs m etm iirnOi l lbjtnsris fowflsi I rm lis fsincsHms sn.nsbUUlMHtr ditsptr, nl Hh tffS4 Vb loni nf ot Usblllty Iht siira lu tvmit rlUlssrs niMiT.rm i. Ttf tUf tfp(is r T,M ; 1 ff ihW imu rrvt iih nn. lrrfel u6wiT ,i "So you'vo iHHin 1 Tint's Pills CURE CONSTIPATION. ' ToenlnyhrAlttiituvsUauM tinva reff stsrr ttsru y four I uUr crtiatioo limits, riic islla, lioth suculul sua I s4ssiytf UIXIAM Ilrl Tfcsi Part4. r ! I fcstB cwi.lslM M snl llsf fr yon i so4 r M'N.t fit nrfrio.iri-rr- ih nib. (! T?VVr'h' tss mMifim . "l?Mf UUbr4.Wlh. Dn. RADWAY I CO., N. Y. - AGENTS WANTED 1 Kttmwm." .Ijr.l r4l. lrrli TrJ.4fiht-lb rH44ilstnihif. i b.. jr t rtl ; tl ho Kltmll- -' lMt.nil.tMWMtiir iliislral, resulting from II IS.SSI w. ..T kkiir--if- mint oi HABITUAL CONSTIPATION JHMIIHIA.nr.rs sibM.LtMUHMlM. llaJrf t rtrm srtmsuysml I'or tho rnr sins or Ihli ruiiimnii crluti. riitl'M I.lvrr troiibl. a Miilnrllr nitpisr IMIls lists Mn.var Mr rlurn ntsil rnti irrtfriift M sillslta. Ilrgnutly iignprita. k Vl I SOLD ilrl EVERYWHERE. unm-9te-- riBbEslatu. ' Tiik large, threoMory brick grain warehouse on Pulton street, Maysvflte, the property of Hon. Horace January, fell Mid dely at 5 o'clock the other morning. The building km leaned by A. Finch & Co., and at the tlrneof the Accident was fult of wheat, which was both In sneks nnd In bulk. At the moment of 1h fall, which came without warning, four rolored employes were In the building at work. Three made miraculous escapes, and one was buried under the debris where he must have met Instant death. The name of the nnfortunate negro was Ueurv Green, an I he recently enrne here from Carlisle. Tho building U a complete wreck, nnd the dam goto the grain will t considerable. Tito. llAnniiiA, a tinner, fell fnn a building at NlchoUsvllle, and broke tioth arms and legi A man named Keornen was shot nnd In ttnnily killed near ictortn, in Itreekln i dge County, by another named Hlchnrd, it n drunken row. Another wnt badly rut-- . An old HIghlnndnmn said to nn Knglish tourist: "'Hiry'ro it set o' folks hero, Mrvd tlioy nro, nn I'll glvo 30 nn Inttanpo oU I vst nblvith, j?Eassssw trvrr ttiktrr Lhoro wnn Jttbt as tho kirk wiu rdcnltln nlong tho sititxr, i:itiv3 i dniror chlel frno Diitnfrl y it mzix t:flts road, whWtlln' nnd lookln ns hnppy nj MAtlltfllt AIMS CB.Nsi r.HlWWUIS.tT. If It wns ti mlddlo tn wilc. Weed. set o' sir, our Invids Is n YOU Iruuli, and they yolclt on him nn " Sjs iu (f htfr 1" - - I ' ' UM4 9mm U tsv txtntton Chronn'most ktllctl him 'ifi lrhrr- I ' I r mb pW IbSSt "! ' r icle HiScts .tfivntrfit mm ' ttir' t IIIii ml. l li,4. J. i. tt it: . MSW1 .... A wldovf nanuM Allco McDnnbd, 0 tsan Mum HI IMHl4HsTI' S ft"1 1UT tn.s rrs living nwip Infuyetto, I nd., lately bofom Judgo Vinton, of tho Cirs.iiv cuit Court, nnd declared hop Intention 1 l kJ11. U of bevoinlng n rltUrni of thn United Stnte. llio belief Is thnt this U tho c RTOSUA DAY. worth fl. first Instnnco on roconl whoro n woman VV MfMTAitiT snwnninia..m, sks. imtsrsA.t tMiM has boon mndon cltl.cn of Indiana. rst4f WliM s Os4 Miiif,ws ih I Ttf GANGER '.. i, Urwl-- HKU,IHtMT. lib). A MiH'lilAOU- nsstssiU.U y IIAMiAICll M fc KDUCATIONAI. r thmnttnt, !ltl Wl I I III lllit.N' Aibl ITMOMOM.HjI'M W.ritsKjllTjwiN X !. - (!od-frnri- n tiUTVO i KTrf j--it - tinur'STmr. . fct.rK SSI irs KNOWJtlfl JnUnK)wh''t& iiMwiMfirtiMT. omun ilh! HUM I.MU', w. t T M1K1 ' bswhsj. I" illi. 4rn4fUSl !! l!f .M'TM.- -t ilSl Sllf '' iJn, kLuL f r--. lOUJt-lU rmntWi stv ! ITSJ.I IS t f . ltK 1. M.m i:njH I l. lr K. cl GlttlbOIl Short C u. SlrfSrs uisi I ir I lliiml Collrr. r4sl4 f WW? HMl1ltli IMI Sw .i...im)1m'si';sh .ii. siflrt ..,H uiliinru ifKMlr4 thW. linwUll lttiH4 W CH A ! I "ti:'' S Thfl - I VUKtillfHlU Ntlton Outlnili Collsgs Co., ClSfllSSftU.e f 2. nt TnAltn on the MaytvIIle nnd Pig Handy railroad were extended to Augusta on the Oh. Thn railroad authorities expett to rench Newport with ttacklalng by the SMhof Hfpterntwr. An ricVKnR, marthat of Ktephensport, thirty miles alwve OwensUiro, wns killed whllo trying to nrrest some drunken men He wns stabbed and cut In more than n place. Hi munlerera escaped, nt there wo no witnesses of the tragedy except thoso engaged lu it, Mna. Maiiy CAnLKTOx,graniIdatij5htoro Kentucky's thlnl (Jovernor, nnd dnughtei nt a Uevolutlonary soldier, Is now nt tho ajroof sorenty-seve- n an Inmnto of Iouts vdlesalmt house. Jnmei Geo. Kooot, Charley Ihirrlt, ntnek Ant! Jarne Anderson, alt colored, got Into a quarrel over the election at Milleriburg. Foggy wn shot four times In tho abdomen. lllack was stabled times in tho breait. They both will d!u younij." This Is MiKTchklly truo of chickens. -- Motion Courier. "Tho Bryant & Stratton Chicago Business College! .scfcl trm,rU lit A4rf w. it. i . , THE MARKETS. ClNCIISATI. MVn STOCK --Cattlo- Osmmunt: Chotrct tvjtchcfrs I IIXIS- - Common CntHt patknrt SIIKKl'-tIoo- .1 lo choice l.AMIIS-tlnml Ci August It St 3 M nin dfn .. .. ... tmliolce .. . It- - Ksmilf . ... HOt UHAIN -- Whrat-Nu iic4.. ... , Hard rnl 2 nilir.l I ,.rn-OiH-t mucJ lire -- No if HAY Ttmolhr N I n)IIACt() Mfdlutn No Nn it I 1 TO MAKE N. Kl num Lit'Q ViriMiii--- ,' SO DA N i A DELICIOUS AHIC BISCUIT KOU C.IMMl l.snt rnmeSlpam. UUTrt.lt-Clwlc- a Dairy Prim to cnoico freainrry Ari'l.l.S I'rimf, prr bW. l,0TAT0rj--l,rr riU)VISIONS- ItTAl - l,ork-tfs..- ..Il Iaf.. lri fftM'--l uan in Wod) 7 . inr aj j r.i inni) to 41 YOl'U OltOC'ICU DWIGHFS "COW BRAND" SODA AND TAKE NO OTHER. 14 ii ift U a I die. At Wllmoro the wlfo of Pleasant Grimes was struck by lightning and killed. ad-dr- e, thlnly-dlHguIs- of M. T. Mitchell, In The store-rooDurstn, was raided by burglars the other in r ht and lobbed of attout )l In cash, four revolver, n lwlo knlf and soma small articles. Tho rolibcra priod open the rear wiinlow nnd helped themselves without molestation. So clow. Mat Doiihi, n keeper of n dive on llrnnch nlley, Lexington, caught n colore. mnn trying to hrenk Into her house tho other nioinlng nnd shot blm in the head. His nnmnlt U'lll Mitchell, nnd he will probably die. Foil satisfactory reasons, the date of the 'Orphan Ilrlgndo" nt reunion of the Frankfort, has been chanpedfromBeptem-l- r J), nt at Ilrst announced, to Wednesday, IwpieiuberOT. I'ATiurK HounioAnr, rmployed by the Louisvlllo Gnu Company, was engaged In placing an Immense retort, weighing several tons, in position at the company' works on th7tb, when tho timber ft r.rn way. HfMirlgan' were caught In the foil, and, unable to himself, the hugH vessel lollrd over him, crushing his lody nt Oat nt a pan cake. Thorctoit was lemovd by the aid sup-VMi- ali nnd UVstem . KLOIJK OUAIN Whest No SChlcaEA No irril Cm No 7 rr.uc.l Oats Muni iOIII(-Ni-Me r;nw voi;k. bbl a s 4 ii IS Ul I U 4 Cft m MM! M fa I.AKO Western Steam. FI,OUH-WlsroOHAIN-Wbrst-nln No . CIIIUARa nlnter. 2 Cincinnatit a -- r Ho ? Chicago hprlnff cvrii No J rctt. ife'-MrgftrfLgtCrig'J- uui. aim 5fA. rsi sa M B . OalsNo rOIIK-Mca.Altu-aiea- a .... ... ... .. -- . ss m v 3 . S ftn As"LJ&&Z& i, V . riX)U- n- Family UllAlN-Whe- st. IIALTIMOIU. No.3 .. Corn Oil.-Mt- lfd rORK-ll- ess Mlsnl WH?t xi LAUD limned UATTLU Kiril quality..... 1100b INUIANAPOLIH, rcd. CHAIN Wheat-- No Mixed LOUISV1LLH A No I ri)UIN Whl Nn t rd Corn Mlfed Oats KI.OIJU LAKU Htrim Corn ........ p0 a (t4 i, II 6 flrllTFlllIIfll GRAND TCJ - r s s w: ytHltpiHLEAR3DlIIUHiUII0 ItLLCl JUBILEE celebrating tho Settlement of the Northwestern Terrllog. sTVIIilliy Tllllq AVTVH 1111 HPllBl Ril If 1 Iff 7 Flf IV Mliol 114 1J a i in it Y6 N SURPASSED DISPLAY. Oits Mi led poni. Jleii ft 4110 W it X it R fTrepTRATlE 8 FROM ALL POINT37 wnynox mAriK. s to subscribers 4UUsUU U To tnlrcJua fri U into a miUun already f amUus we efftrtht PHILADELPHIA i fn "w" ' him Finest and most costly Illus trations by the best Arhsto ' ie country. of Jack-screw- s. IsHiBsCaBBBBBSBBV U" d, jl n nnd Jason lllacknby, white, at Danville, Hims' head was marly severed from hit ody. A loST'OrnCE has lieeu estnblliheil nt Colly, Letcher County, with B. Htallard at jostmastcr. Fhed Wimfiis and John Ilrvln, two young men living near Moiehcad.eugaged in a jKjlitical quarrel late the other night near the Wickham House, nnd canio to blows. Huddenly Krvln pulled n knife and plunged It Into Winters' back nnd side, making two bud cuts, indicting serl ous wounds. Winters was carried Intnths hotel, nnd his wounds pronounced ns dangerous. I'rviu made his escape, nnd has not been ruptured. J, D. Muhk has been appointed post master at Muic'h Mill, Fleming County, Ice Win. M. Ferguson, resigned, Tun cltlrent of LoxliiRtou lialted with delight the arrival of tho llrtt train of tbv Louisville Southern. WlLtMAHTiv,of Mount Freedom, nge ear, wlio wnu chastised by life nlno teacher, set (Iro to tho tchoobhouso aur1 destroyed It. Tuc first bateof now cotton on the Louis TUle market was sold nt miction nt the Jloard of Trado on tho 7th, to tbe Louis vllle Cotton Mill Company, nn cxteuiive Aarpmaking concern, which It Just be It graded strict Inning operations. y middling, ami tho prico was fourteen cents, Amict.Ki it hiQorpoiittlon of tho Hock Castle Mineral and Oil Company, with n were filed at Mt. capital cf j3X,P0 Vtrnttii 0. iMon art to bifla (n tbs fall, Irf a quarrel between JohnHhns, colorel, LADIES' HOME JOURNAL AND PRACTICAL. HOUSEKEEPER JANUARY, FROM NOW to balance of this year, 1889 Months Four oh stcrirr or llsssssssssssBtlWsssssssssftV BHSHSSKJ? 1ssssK2ssssDL MflssT BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWBBVMrT n ONLY Ifl CENTS Silver or Stamps. W have tngzgt J (ot tht com Ing scssAn ths most popular ami best known writers In America lo writ Kxnrtsily for our col urooSi ori'Dil copyt'ihteil mstter. LI? CK -- EQ iuous TnE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY rnntinf Vorl.lrtr, flils, only Joflah Allon's Wife, Mary J. Holmes, Marlon Harland, Roso Torry Cooke, Will Ellzaboth Stuart Pholps, 'HsV ft. fi U HMssssHbllsUsssL p. ,s- - !" irnm flfnTyi tnjrrtflrnu, m:w VOltsi. IstiriiiUss ITtnlH la m Cii, Sfcrtvl ns b s'l lssrSrttSrvU njirttMiMii; r'ttilsrriM. UrsassBlsUctl?slJBrssaCa.tlAresli(ClaeluU.O. fidttS: albmass4skmrarMst7wrSlBffttatSsS) rthtacilM l lk world WlK.r t CuallvMlSI tUAWSMiStHslMi ISSS. ItfWafSSS. AdJffM, 1SVS sir. Mlii iuis ririh !( DETECTIVES im Carloton, Robert J. Burdotte, " asssssHssssssHRMVHslBBHsssssslssssssssssssW Eliza R. Parkor, bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbSVSVbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv7 Kato Upson Clarko, Mrs. John 8horwoo IBBrsSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtSBBBBHstVBliBBBBBBBBV FlorlnoThayorMoCray, yKsW WrSsssssssV Dr. Wm. A. Hammond, Chrlstlno Torhuno Horrlck. jJLWHMMammLmmmmmm BBBBnHBBBSWmilifSBVErKJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEvU BBBBBBBBBBBHMiBiSMfBBRCBBBBBBBBBBBBHsBBBBSBBBVsVCr mF .........Hci , i untlAUflf iiK'r:crivi: liimr.Ai, nm mUnAnrv ttf Vlititu.Ksnsa.wnritit rmi-snlvtuctirwIncTcrf hwslltr Hfixlut urounanjsu Urit tumnll yon instructions KtHuwiubsritilpfeo. Rll5til!Wll.iaiiliWiHl!iiniiMIil7l A.N.K.-- .lilttrwmTIflst TO AXt.UTltHM vuuufiL UH US ft sSV Ms) AVI 1200 Cook. Crery. Artistic HecdlcworW'-FImlyinmtrstei- l Ureakfast and Dinner Parties-Ho- me Mw snioriinM Kitted by sn eipert l'ai. Inf.lUlntWiind eieru, Tess.huppers, I uoch. correct sttJ retuM smi soclesrly rum and Hece(lrns (Ay tt eiplirltljr all the lifi! trrm ruyant-rtpUinca sr J illuMf JltJ hs a novics would havt no details women aitt to know I elli how to finer dimctit'y in w iking ihcm tain ipieitt, how to erv refrcihmfuts, wtist to have, and and how to mass lL A H Kamsbv, Interior Decorations-llyM- ss liJuulyl (rated Ncw0c4ianil()rlKlnuUJelns How Women Can Makt Money lly Cila Hew Fa I. Ions lly Mux Jambs II Laussht KnfMAN Cmuhlm Talks With Mothers Hycmlnentih)icUns. Htpts on Home Drcstmakln- cOreatly UNLAKOUD and IMPHOVIiO. Ity I uma M HtMirFR, Ivlruiltvssrtldesoa'lowto Aonsar Wsllln HsoJcDeiy punted on f.nspspsr nn rOQQ9 U ad pivluuly Utu.UAitJ. iBocUtr." "How to Ts.U WslI sod Improvs l your orsmmar," OtJKTXS 10BLWHIJCO CO., rHIXA., T iJiinjf . .TxrsrifiliisikUsWiiinff