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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 hic1888090701 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. Z:WW MWWSWSfeaS I THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUILISHED EVERY FRIDAY tJ f IS Mr PINE JOB PJtINTING With Koatness nv GEORGE WARREN, XXIoUiuau lEy, Oflpe-cks- on THE HICKMAN KSTABMSHKIHSoU TJIKKK AT ATIMli COTJRIE 1888. EXECUTED and Dispatch. SALE BILLS. fllroot, nrxt door to City lUti ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, GEOnGE WAHHEN, Editor. 1'rlco of Suliscrliitlon, CUHHENT TOPICS. Tkatiukkt It tho name of n place ment. In Ca Tho Oldest Nowspppor in .Western Kentucky. $1,50, HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY." SEPTEMBER 7, ETC,j ETa VOL. XXIM-N-O. a TEimiDLn Fina FIFTIETH CONGRESS. First Session. WAsnrKGTrm, Aug. w. Sknatr Tlie rr so tutlon ofTere4 br Mr, Hoar last Friday, with th amendment thereto ofTcrod by Mr IMmumls. Mt A QHATEFUL REPUDLIO, CutU Rum I Uotng for Tioae VTh to Ilia Aid In the Time or Need wwS 48, nt 1 0tii and Soo Tim -- - COMFORT. Tho W.oofl mIosl A! brawsauaii 4 well when Ir,.iucc3 ar aou A form of refreshenemy 1 1 T.ynchlnir Hor nt Oxford, North Cnrollnru W T. ltALJimii, N. C, HepU vteaa elephants killed fifty.soven wr- - very pentntlonnl lynching at Oxford, , Umiulllo County, ycster-Jaywhich endH in iniim mi)rnr. il,MW llNstmn ivp4 r threo cilmluaU who er li llftv yrnrs old nud hni tn hnted hy Ioth whites and blade. At two rlltnjusttfiy stories, o'clock yetrrday morning whhe the town TiiKCsarha prrntml hit ortraIt to wat nttta ipilelent about a hundred men, Count llerheit Hlsmarck. Hiick August of Inst year there liar well mounted and particular!? well dls Kulieil rodo In. They wero rldently cn 7,573 michles In 1'ari. from tha country, and It wai jlnlu that Milan, tjf I llnnelal-l.v- , nht to be, vihlto and colored people weia In th fh (oi)rf t King living. pRity. They nnlo very quietly to th l,,e ninety-ticounties In courthousn and Jail, which U not far -nttXTAAfij,J"lJII'ON,t "' an -m 9W,iMiab.k Ltha diur.uf th ih '(! L'uloutun, it M'lMi HflU. Jln. Khim Isauiuiig the bathers of An Isiry I'ark. A mam named Roup li building n hotel Tihw, A. KbiHo.i'a great ily. Two Murtterers mul m llnrRlnr llnuxfl ,j a Mob-T- he MHIUrj Cnlled Out" mi I.nlf o lie it f hrnkr. "i KhI, tth aiyU efHcti; Atf ' round tho krya to the it" rnllaof tltea Jt nurK Just finished for tho Edinburgh Jail. While one, paity wn thut rngageil rable tmmway i t7,t0) feet long, others had fo;ced the Jail door and elred A Chinaman took IKOOJ In gold dust to the Jailer. At this tain of tho proceed oQIcn the iitlirr day. the IMfta City lugs aume nolso Has made which caused a Tiikoikiiug fAMfi, of Virgin!. City, has policeman to approach. lynching Th n sunflower plant that stand sixteen feet party nt nnco teUwl hlru ns they had the The Jailer and fattened him arcuroly. high. (Una an scientist now declare that thn mailed men then quickly open tho door of then-Hcoland took thorefrom three of ctilm are covered with bee ored men, Henry Tenner, John Tanner teila. nnd AlouxoHmith. This Has done lugoc! Tiik Imdon 7?Mifi nays out nearly order and very systematically. The "HV),tl a year In salaries to lu ccrreipon-denmarked pick men had cnrnfully cteil Ut a Rppioftchna the Jail. Tub lobsters recently planted on the I'allfonitA coait are s a Id to Im thriving When they had their prisoners secured the mob rtxln away Into thndsrk-ii- c finely. nnd etery thing tecnmo erfrctly HicATSon the New York Mock exchange luleU Thn kollcemau ran to town nnd sir telling nt $(tO0 apiece, which It congavo an alarm on a Iwll which uiedai a sul red cheap. Mgnnl 1'iva hnnd ;nrler In the leading Chicago Itary. fur the atemhltng of the local mil Iho latter assembled, but nhen hotel at collectively woith uvtr half a they gut to the Jail the ruoh had already Jrft V?:i iti. it. vicijiH. juid thcro was AIlLTlR'a hn.lhrr Jamrt It l otntrd, nothing to n there wns no clue to the thfonly urrlvlngmemtr of tho family lyncher. do. Yesterday morning the bodlei now led In KnglAnd. if all thren ini-wero dlscovcnt! where Tna Urget inaiLrt fur the and they had Ueti hanged. All luiurl uai MUnfrnutr UHU ImiIp, whom thn trndi hrltl thl moinlug, but nothing ws done, urhe fi,tMViO a year. arid ttie jury fi'IJournisl until the Cth. HtAMAnrtc U rtKtNl In tlm trllef that hit John nnd Henry Tanner wwrn In jail n lleiU'it wilt mcceett lnm n th charged with kIMins 'Sipilr (irlMim. an )ehnd th I'lutilan throne. old cohurd man, in (JinnvilU County lnt A vATiTrof Indian mtm heads and June. The ev(d"iirt that they were Rtilllr ftlir warlike Iruplnnenla hava lfii un was ery jMHltixe. They had munlered tarlliMl it AladUon, Cunn. him In unler to get at ome proertv lv A unuNKKx 11ut Inirk tumhled IV) Hinging to iiini. ami wero aide 1 by Liiu n mlnn hnft thn other daj and fnnadayand iVirn friamu4 !? 'Mvtped with Alight Injuilet. They had behnatlml (lilaotu with an axe nndolhernUe mauglnl Mm. Ha had ten Am Kail rortUiitl (Or?.) fruit grnwr dead Ihodatswhcn found In h Is house. rMUoa a fienttuue peaeh that meAtured Feeling high ran 114 Inehm In ctnumfemifA. against the paitles n (MiifH I, oud all were soon f Chicngn, hare al TiiRAXiMwnlev, ready ratisl mere, than tw,U) ((r their Jalleit. Thn coronrr'a Jury rendering a terdlilof willful muider ngalnst the two NOT AN OUTLAW ESCAPED nitmunirwil In hoimrof 11 nn a cut, men. Kinith, the other man lynched, hm f fiult will pto t(tiflti1Mle s held aron an I Imrgtiry, both cnpltal iKllantes Mtnnt tluwii Seventeen In llait TinniftO lecaui at thU U Itn Itefnvrd l Surreiiiler. crimes. Home other prUonnr tnthejal Iheru It no ny In gt It to nurket. Knma( C'lTT. Kept. 2,- - A jocial from charged with mlioulnga woman wereii"t Oil of clniifliiHHi will rntin thn muleittol, thuiiKh It had leii foainlthry laladora, In the public laud strip, says wart,hurvrr hard nnd Urge would U lynched. He vera I nights at that the farmers nod herdsmen of that sec they may Their Hill m no pa hi week thn military had goirded thejal!. tion who have lost many horses and cattle Tmkur nro thirty nt en tunnnTi of more recently, suspected a band of cauqmra, oui than 1,00) )nidi In Knglartd, thelongeil as iney were nlthdiawn l.nl WedueftdtT. who claim to he catching wild horsus, and, there was no sign of nn irmg thut of thoHrveni 7,0rt jnnla. finding evldeiicn of guilt, a party lynch. A vl.OAlii Ketiifflty N n purmdnof of welt armed vigilant surrounded tho fng Vln, tvtlhnr nii frutii HndMiit Unci Sam Thrtilenl w rninp and sent In a ciimmuies or ilx men kln l the iiioit omtl) of all vniletlen, NixiNiN, Kept, X Tho Martanl In n todeiuuud tho surrender of tho thieves, Axnio th rnkp periling up nt the next tender im tin fisheries question, aj "It Tho reply of the desperadoes was a vol toy. lenn of thndlilrlrl curt nt ! Mlnr, will a well fur lie 'inident MtnlUiwern which wounded one man and two horses. !a , fll heonoentltleI Hog vt. Coon. liient of the I'nltett Ktates tn ieuietidxr ThU angered the tlgllatites, and firing was ! once outlaws 8i rill Victoria ha rftgnetl longer itiAn that Canada that aIf deridemay of h uld at Ithout begun and tho fought shutdown w mercy. They- Hiitnin, nnd thn ticoesslly doporately, iimv of her prnlefiB0ri with the exception unfortunately nn uu quarter was nLod or given. Iu f Ilmiry lll,'rft eiirand (Jeuigo III. 0) guns Knglish Iitm rladi.hn has Udnti her and minutes tho firing ceascil, and sev twelve IfiMir Ann titan itnr. outlaws wore hato been On of thn PA patlrnti whoarv llnff cousin" fall PiundeikUml this nllusM'ti, If, enteen Thn vlgilnsitvs found to men killed klllotL In deference to the tone of coarn bn.Uhty hnd throe tr ated In th Kffhrtdn Iuiaiin A)Iiuii at which seems th dithiiilun fea and nino wounded. Two horses wero also tol rhllmlHphla, all except futir are hiu- turn of their dnmeMie jKilitlcs, thej mvfto killed and seven wounded. Klxteen stolen lieitet. us to reply to their Insults lu n strani they horses were recovernd. Jfot vue outlay KAHiimAai.K glrU In ew York have will comptchend, porhnpt mmi I nt escaped alive. g ttcn the t'inithmiMercrav4t apaln. It lowed to remind f tho Tinit affair." HMkn them IMk a If tliry Wrioln Btratght Another Fatal Fire. Wrax HtrrRliiOK, Wis. Kept 2. At two Jai'Let. Alroclout Wor' ol Robbtrs. o'clock this morning fire brokn nut In tho A c LU n of iiciety (min In Iondou li Kept, HAtur gdng to taita large poultry fmruneai day Mr. Cheitcr, Ni.,of a prominent iltl American House and did (7,0)0 damage son In, lion rultura aUo Inclutleit In rii of Antwerit, (), catno to this nt and Imfore It was extinguished Threo men h ftchriiie. drew 4l,.VftWu cash from a litnk While were bunted to death. One was Tatrlck JtMii Ar.rrn, the Chicago "ttut, na return l ie;hrmn he was w ur laid and ioMimI. Claire, a Canadian. The other two have Identified. 1 ho firo was caused for pntngnon thn lllfateil (IcUcr. Tho ndUrs LnocLet him nenclec, liouml !iH tamp In a room occu did mt tail litvatita hi Itaggngn ua blni, IllleU his mouth with sand mi laid by the explosion of a pled by drunken lodger. nut deilverrd In limn him on l'e In In' pi IVtt k'h I n A MkMriua oitlxitn nai fitted llfty dillar such n iHJxltlon thnt III imxt Irani would The Arkansas VYahuspoul. tpirndiitH tJ.c stcries s(w.mjI ynihuv hav nm roitunntel he was IdXXLie Hock, Auk., Kept. 2. The disfever. Thn Jmlge meant lo nlect the liNMrtil in time and rrnMtvJ to his astrous nnd fatal waterspout which visited reputation nf thn rity. homo. that city Thursday night broke at Talarii, XL TayUih, h pMimlndiitcU rouinrL J. twenty miles west of there. A storm wns M4 la Mickhjaa. U ii of Wichita, Kail, haa Wm notlflet seen to be gathering, and fears were enNHfRHiMi, Mioil., Kept. 3 Captain h(t hn li one if the klx helra to an estate Tipvarthen, of the Michigan nunc, has tertained of n toinudo, when tho cloud aptf K,l)uUW)nrarl'erMf1 flermanv. peared to dlsndro, discharging an Im brought two hundird hhiwU fgt t K Mul it. of VhlUdelphU, Us II mens? Tolume Ing quartz into th- - cliy. NearU half a country lare. of water and sweeping tho of l acrrnt CollliiKon1( n park Y J.( and hni duitAtd II lolim ntpU(f ton of this rock In now out. lVter Can't Come Under Contract. owner of the land, ictalus ten per that Htnto for the tra un of frin puMlc. cent. The rivk git out lu one week Is lS'rw Yohk', rjept, 2. Among tho do A Mew Induitry In thn pnHlurtlon of woith nt lent Vt0o0. Quarts earning frro tallied emigrate at Castle (larden tdinin lattle.n.ict. They are madn aite gold hflsnlsj Imcii fuuiidlnthe lHttoiu of Krncst Willi elm Ilaswelt, his nlfo nUille a to atitfythn umt faitldlou tho gold shaft of tho Uiko Huponor lion and fourdnughlcrs, nil of whom cauio over patriot, ThU Industry li n French rtt:urp Compnny. under contract to work at Hchmltt's sail tl'Ml, -cloth factory, at Hartford, Conn. Hchmltt An fnvenllgatlon prompted hy the epiShot His Mai aid TleJ, paid their pnMAgo from Hurope. demic of typhoid fever thern, dlcoAHt the Ciiattamhhia, Tr.xx., Kept. 3. - During t t ;! In fa t that tncreaieidNMilijIwO A Strange Accident. fUht ta Jchn LoreU' nl.Nin, inetUnt In Haven, Conn., uhone water U unfit to the business imtei of the city, at elf Ten I)iMTTii, Minx., Hept.3.- - Gabriel Mailllo diink. o'clock this morning, Hlrhird tUinlon was died yesterday as the reoult of a singular A movumkst la on fimt In New York to shot In the face nnd fatally wounded. Thn accident. While working on the streets proldn the oor with llowen. It might police nre try Ing to And the man who did several days ago he was struck In the face the shooting, but those who withered the by a stream of water from a hydrant, and not I ho arnt mental, hut It nould certainly l more eniltle( to furnUli them nfTatr rifuso to divulge hi name. It Is his false teeth wer knocked down his thought hi has nud LU escape, ulth (lour. throat. He died from a hciuorrhngo following their removal. It In etlhioted that the drclnralion of A Centennial Event. emaucljmtlon In Jlrnxlt waa oh lug to tho Six Section Men Killed. rirrnmiunii, Kept, a At Way revolutionary teiitliiient In the Huuth, and (leoi go Clark, convicted ot tho Ki, LoriF, Kept. 2. A spec! from l'a., It pretlcted that a Itopuhlic hIII Untc murtlorofWm. McCausIniul, a livestock Iloonevltle, Mo., says that six section men clnrl iimiii tho death of I Mm IVdro. to wero kilted at a small station near thnt great pine at Kciutngton, N. H.f dealer uf Alteshouy City, wai nent-it- cl Tiik U) hangeil, on a day to Ik Axel b thn city yesterday by a freight train jumping for year hn lecn a prominent uhlch tho track. A caique attached to tho Is tho first sentciuo of Inndutark, fell recently. It wa 120 fcrl tlovornur. This byaUrccno County vuurt freight train was Mod with passengers, high ami thirteen feel In clmunferriic at deaih lniMfd all of wIiomtvMtml svrtous Injury. lu oiio hundred yiars. hy tho uldcut poit. HuaAtwIco itruck lightning. Twenty. Five New Casst. Flood I In Georgia. (IlaDhtonk'h prlvnto Ilhrnry rontaln Jacksonville Kla., Bept. Ciii.rMnrR, IU., HepU Inrgo (ho ttwicrnhln tat' l.'t,i ulumen, and bulletin for the twenty-fou- r houra ending plnutntloiis are luuiidateil by tho Chat mail can lay hit hail I Umhi nny one Uok tnfioocheo ller, whlcll Is now neu'iitctn nt Op. in., Hcptember 'it 'ew en sen, 2d; mlnutn'M notice "1 han feet nlwuo low wnloi of them nil nt a mnrk. Iho Kigle deaths, U; totnt number of cases to date, not a uluglo tHHik,11 ho kald, "that 1 nm anil t'hcnlx Mills lu this city will lu shut 2VI; totul number of deaths to date, 31 j on Intimate term u Ith." not jnder treatment, I .VI down until Urn waters subside. DirntNd the last twentyfonr years 2,100 Mr. Snmpson iwktMl mo to o hU Out In Ihe River to Death. bulls and 1,700 horses havo leeti killed In wlfo liiHt night, p'ipn," "And what WiiKKLt.tn, Va., Hept 2. A man the bull tights in tho City of iloxico. known as Dutch Joe camo here from sotuo I told him ho must Two picadoios havo been killed by the dldyoiiBnyP" Kivo nm a llttto timo, nnd ho mild I wheie up the river to visit his brother bulls In thit time. and the two got drank. Joo got Inn could havo tho uuuiil thirty days, op O.nk of the largest shoo contracts made skllT to row across the river, but fell out 1vh5 per cont. off for ciwh, nnd then ho and was drowned. The body has nut been Is that of ii film In llnugor, Me., who hate engaged to make pxywo pairs of wigwam htoppod and apologized. What urn I recovered. slippcM wilhln a year, for which they arc to think of him, jmpaPM MThInk of Noted Desperado Killed. to receive tfl.'JX). hlml" Hhontod tho old man, "that IdXTLE Hock, Auk., Hept. 2. T.C.Yates, lT H projiosed to supply Paris with youiitf follow U full of business, and u noted desperado, whs shot and killed la water from l.'iVo Neufchatel, Hli miles you can't ny yeV too quick!" Chickasaw Nation, I. T,, yesterday, Ho away. Of this distance tweutytwo miles wantonly fired Into a crowd, Tho tiro would Io tunnel. Tho estimated coit Is Visitor (condolIngly)Sho wan returned, and Yutes dropped from was his nearly tlV,n,,i(m a model mother, Mr. Hlggina." Wld horse dead. Hknatoh VaMT, of North Caroltnn, is owor "Yoh. 81io woro. Tho lato A Midnight Marriage, oneof thn inont accomplinhetl sportsmrn In Mm. HlggliH had hop mult, but in u ViNCKif nkh, Ini. Kept. 2. At onooVlock Congress. Heuatrr Kdmuinls Is wry fond mother thoro worunU hor okal lu forlv this morning It. D. Long and Miss Anna of fishing, as Is Wade Hampton, of whoe Hall, of Kuiuuer, III., wero married by He v. skill ns n lly fisher many sloiles are (old. mllo o here. That's our fourtoontii Mr, Kcott, of tho l'resbyterlnn church,whu Heuator Krye, of Maine, Is also an expert out thoro phiyln' In tho sand." Tribune, made a hnsty toilet and tlud the nuptial with rod nnd reel. 'the young couple said they just knot mnde 110,0)0,00) out of chemiHaviwi Tho chnrltitblo oxplnnntlon given did It to be sensational. cals, xMnyor Martin Kalhflelsh, of by a Ilttlo boy of a now mUItlauIllcor'n Ilronklyii, gnvn hi threo big factoiles to inability to Destructive Earthquakes. hit on IiIh frollcaomo boro Ids threo sous That was In 1NW, Tho lAN!M)N, Kept, 2. Herlous shocks of won that "tho hiirnu didn't lit Id in." uilIlloniiliH died soon ufler that, dMiessed eurthipiake have ocourred iu New Xealaud, lu his last days at tlm ipiuiivU of hN sons "A now broom swoopa cloan," but Inflicting a gieat deal of damage. Five nnd succesHors. Hut the young nnhi kept bow about tho utroet Hweopor'n now ih evks were felt during half an hour. The up their disputes until they ruined tholf ipiie of Christ Church cathedral In tho business. In NiW York n fow days slace, uruuiu, wuun u emu m id vroiic on t town of Ihuiedlu wnsilostioyed, and muny your freshly bout JusUcs lartlcU iivlvsd tb partntriklsX ' athar , ulldluna ivara datnavaJ. b W1 .v( ftmftjiift drawers gywfiCTrfiy nay i t. pure-hat- ln lt csd-ro- d. fr lleven Firemen Hurled I'nder fallen Walls and Itontleil at Hattlmore !. to Truperty a .Million and a ttfrter of Hollars. lULTiwnnr, Bept 2. At an early hour this morning fire hrola out In the toy warehouse of K. A. Trior A; Co., Bout h Bhnrp street. Jleforetha Mretnsn could get to work nn explotlon of fireworks w recked the building, nnd cnutod tho (lainfs to spread with nlarrnlng rapidity to the drug house of J. H. Wlnketman & Co., on thn noith, nod thi hut houso of M. H. Levy 6c Co., on the south. Scarcely had the fire men entered the edifice occupied by the drug houso when the Inilde of the build lug seemeil (o suddenly drop In, a terrific explosion followed, nnd the Immense building collapsed. The entlro fire depart merit had hy this time reachnd tho scene,nnd a the Attention of Minium wereconceii tinted on tho building under which their comrades were hurleJ, tho flamos had n staulLalreti fcthy, tli with fflchtful raphilly. In'an lncrehly short rpacr of tlnm thn nntlro block, run nlng from lombnrd to IVntt stroet, was a seething mass of flame. At the drug houso thn firemen worked binvcly. Holes were cut through the pnvoment, and every effort was made to reach thn luiprleonod men, but they were burled beneath a grnat mass of brick and Iron, and fierce flames were roaring n round the sot. Awful groans came from the pile, which seemed to make tho working firemen put forth umrhuman etfurts and after more than an hour's work It became evident that tome ct thr? turn wre alive, iSl that they were being rcasted tod?sh John Kelley, vt Tmtk Sch S, managed tt crawl out from the rubbish, and of tho men h ho entered tho building ho waa tho only one toeicae with his llfn. He was cut and bruised, but his InJurUsare not serious. It Is certain that seven firemen erUhed, and It may be that others were with them when the crash camo. The rmhii of thiim of the brave men wero re "died this afternoon. Tho total probity loss will probably reach $1,YA (s), and it Is pretty well covered hy Insurant, must of which Is In smalt jtollciea In com panics. Tho origin of tho Are will probably never be known. JVo lire was used In the inhiuhinnnt, and it is supposed tliat srontaneous combustion was thn ran an. Put It Is known that n system of electric lighting was Introduced In the building recently, and It wns only tried lat ul;htt mid It tuny 1m that defcctlvo In sulntton pfmitI th AniiM, aad ths nature of thocontentaof thebulld-In- c serveit at food for tho destroying elements. The tire was discovered by an Intoxicated man h ho stopped to rest on the steps of a building opposite. tTS-tisMMl- Wlat calllnir on the Dreildent for copies of all rcmon trances made by hts direction against unfali treatment by the Ilrttlih Government of Amer lean citizens, eta., was agreed to. The confer etico report on tho sundry civil bill was reported. Mr. Allison made a defence nf ihe Senate amendments. Pending a disposition of tht mattcrtheHcnateatS-jani adjourned. HOrSR. After a discussion about leaves ol absence tho bill providing for the use of hand presses In printing Ooterument securities was considered and went over The Houso then went Into committee of the whole en th OUU-honbill, and benan the debate on the pendlnjr. cetlon of the Mil, lelng limited to Ihrrn hours. Mr Payson took the floor In support of his amendments to tho bill requiring thai Ihe land thrown npen to settlement thall ixt rt. -- .! nt liyhotnesivalrnlrr. ana not soM by pre rmp tion aslproposed by the bill, so ar tec1Jf rnouga money for the ittUfscllou or the In olani for the lands relinquished After considerable discussion the Houso adjourned, vVAsjiianxov, Aug CH SRXATK.-- Mr Ite.v pan Introduced a bill to permit tho Importation of Jule batffflnir free of duty, and It was referred to the Committee on nuance. Mr, 1'lumli, from the Commit tra on Appropriations, report cdb.nck the fnrlll.catlons bill nnd gsre notice that he would atk for Its considerntkn to mor row. The resolution heretjfort- offered by Mr Plumb, In reference to the diversion of ihe waters of the IMatte and Arkansas river enl itmir tributaries In Colorado, was taken up, discussed, amended and agreed to. After a short secret session the Senate at v4 p. m ad- Mt. Korney (Ala ), akeduiiinlm.u to Introduce for Immediate ronsfdera tlon a joint resplutlon to provide tcmporaritr until Keptemlcr IU for Ihe expenditures of the OovcrnmcnL He explained thst all the approjulaUvii Mils ho.t vuscd with the excen tton of tho array and sundry rlill bills, and that tho rtsntullon only applied to lhoc two objects. Passed, The Houta then remeil con- Itepert of Prniion Commissioner fsih. Wasdixotok, Aug. 00. The annual report of pension Commissioner Black sbowa that during tho fiscal year ondhig Juno 80, 1S88, thcro wero added tolue pension roll 00,835 uw names (tho largost annual increase1 in the history of tho bureau), making a kjtal of 422,557 pensioners on the rolls at tho close of Uie yoart classified as follow; InrattaJ, widows, minor ctiUUrea and depend relatives, K,9SfH revolutionary wld-ow- s, CTiaurrlvors of the war of 181, SJ0; widows of oyose who strvtd In that war, 10,787; surrlvcniDf tae'war wit&Hexloo, 16,001 srld of tho World Inflicted iv for Purpose. 89,; rrt cf ttiff wSio terredjllh wrv,ioi. SL0B8 Tlij sake - of previously dropped wenjrsifcred to kbe rolls,- making an ag greufcU of ea W easUaan fcaUad during WJ I JO-- W 4otmreaaoto tho rolls of tftcuxKd, 4A.650 For Whom the ford foveth Ifo Chasten- - Inoompstefrt1' vitave work of comfort- BStblng but cant to of etb Teoplf thnt Know Mot How bearing wh to Glse Nympntliy or Assistance fef, There rMHpesio who hare the Idea Tutuiage's Her) son. over the distressed that yon . re times liMrrlef when and affile1 wntng ujJon a man's D. D., one.cherfi Itcv. T. DeWItt Tnlmaffe, sand dollars to htm. preached last Bondav at East Hampton. soul If tarnlnted Take tho N. V. His subject was, "I'lasters that Do not w hand utter them In a will not stick." Ills text was: 'MUraMc promises' at ho afraid to smile if mamy v comforters nre ye all." Job xvi. Dt not drive any more you feel The man of U had a Rreat ninny trials teas poor soul. Do not the loss oChla family, the loss of his prop-ert- . hearses the loss of his health; but tho most tU,Msv contort to know It wai exasperating thlnjf that came upon him ltittUn? ieSlnij. If you want to was the tantalising talk of those who a mm sren bono, do not take ought to Jb,avc sympathised with him. find cast ct,leil them It Is God's rtrtiua upon tucra, ana vreighio iwtsrlef. They want moaned wept for to too wttt4 ."amr-jfe have any philosopher.1 Hsv astassr.. Artaln i rsjpJsWTw at those persons ar BrtM ha lm. rlat did well when he nul the last man I want ttt near me whn I trouble Ii a worldly SKA nflHja keen, ahArp, axes, and If there be any other way of making them than In the hot furnace, and on the hard anvil, and undsr the heavy hammer, I do not know what It Is. . Hemember that If Ood brings any kind' of chastisement upon' you, It "I's onlyti make you useful, Do not alt dowu discouraged and say, "I have no more reason for living. I wish I were dead," Oh, there never was so much reason for yon living w now! Hy this ordeal you have been consecrated a priest of the Most High God. Oo out and do your wholo work for the , Mstr. . absent Horsn. irr.i lrlr ment securities In the litghest sljls of art After some debate, and on tnoiUm of Mr Wheeler (Ala.), In charge or the bill, the second section (prescribing the nuallflcatloni of the chief and assistant chief J was stricken out. nnd tho bill, as so amended, was rcporte I to the Houe and passed. The bill proudes that the novernnienl's securities shall be printed In Iho highest styio f rt on hand roller The Oklahoma bill was taken up and at 5 p. in. pre. the Ho'Je le lrrsc )rr fr lloese-Tliletr- nth-tuj.U- 1 thi Kortaak, .1-- Jn 1 tl ln 1 fr Contingent Kxnenscs, Instruct tog the Committee en inter-Mn- t .vtmrnen-- l. examine fully Into tho system cl mechanic! telegraph, now on exhibition at Ihe Capitol, and to secure the aid of corcnctrnlanddtsln tercsted experts. He explained tie object of his resolution to be to hae this system of telegraph examined, and It found to be as rfpre tented, to secure lifer the bcnclllcl the people. He had been told by Mr I). If. Craijr the owner of the nalrnt, that two thousand words -ouldba teuton thewhes at the cost of a flngl letter postage Mr Illalr spoke of the Western Union Tehvraph Com piny as a penile mo notwly, that OMncdetcry telffrraphtc invention and eiery telegraph line. In the country, and 'hua had a prwtlcal mortcaire oirr thclele sjrsphlc business of the country, nirilnst which there was no redress un!cs Congress saw fit to interfere and buy out thai company ut an Mr Crorpo resumed his rxcn en ino l'rrstOeiil'a mesSKe, mumV- 10m roiiowea At :w the Henale adjourned. Ilorsr. After routine business, the Heusa went lutn committee ot the whole, Mr Pockery Mo In the chair, on the Oklahoma bill The pending amendment was that offered by Mr. Anderson na i, providing thnt honorably soldiers and sailors of the Mar of the rebellion shall he permitted to enter lands in the proposed Territory without the payment of tho purchase price provided for by tho MIL After some time had liern ienl In securing a quorum, ihe amendment was rejected W tot.. A motion to telegraph a summons for absent members was ruled out of order. WAPiuwrrov, Aug. joint resolution was pasted extenling the appro. pilailnns fur ths Omernment until September V Senator Cultom rendullon and sjiecch In egard to the 2'nsidcnt'a retaliation inessnm and abuses In tho Chicago iost onice ws discussed. A bill was reported for the of ftoldlcrs honorably mustercilouL Tlicfortlrtcv tlons bll as taken up and pasted. At 510 p. tn. Senate aitjourned until Monday. HorPK. A resolution ns off r red illrecllng in Irqi'ry Irtolhe rtrl-- y m j iJ n lb" ro port on wool orileml July mi Iho coifcrcnce r port on the sundry ch II lull wiis consider d uutil 1 , in., when a recess vtastnlcen until 6 o'clock, the nliht session iwiiii (or the con id-rut ion of private tension hills. WAaiitrrnxfl-r- , Aug. 3) 5EKAXK.-- Mr. i.fTered a resolution, which was leferrel rnrnitteoon lllair tolhe svniTors, and R.7M widows. All completed costs ot tbs class, 1U survivors and 5,193 .ldo rMiuhattLbecu aUonod-JTb- e ic.ectloos rtref,"l survivors and ftll widow's claims, manly Ucauso the applicants bad not arrived at the required ago of i years ( 41 of these were consolidated with claims al ready filed under other laws. Of these Mexican d.lfiis. but l.Ktt were unsettled ol the ttiih of June, the evidence filed being lnsuf-floler.-t, The U division has submitted 17D cases to the li'rlmerH of Ju.lke for prosecution- COforurenscs by attorneys and 110 for offenses by ether persons. Of this number six have been acquitted and four ignored by grand Juries lesTinc its) awaiting trial. The spirit of the turesu is 'no compromise with those who wilfully violate the Pension law, und no prosecution of tlioo who sinned through Ignorance and ho are flltnir lo make restitution when the sime Is demanded of them. f(en thousand three hundred and thirty dollirs if llleKul fees hat e been recovered and rcfuD'tcd to tho pensioners Interested Mllj the operations of the inod-ca- l dUfslon the number of rates has been decreased from to in. Tho hiifhtsl 151 rata paid under the Coi: ui law was frs per month; the lowest wai 13 per month. Allowances by special acts cf Congress range from HO to (I10.W per monlL. Ofer p'reent or nil persoir are pnld t?y the f i"on accnts within ten dayn nfter thi quarterly payment is due, and pigments can not t made more rapidly without multiplying lh sftcclcs. One hundred thousand cases of Inmate of pennon unJtr recent icglslatloa haie been settled without expense or delay to tho pt ciiouer. ltpirsot the annual report for 2S37 were sent to the commanders of tho vnrious military departments or the United Stnteswttha rttiurst that after examination thoy would sub-m- 't sufTjestions looking to improvements in exttiglawa, which action was approrcd by President. The majority of those ollicers the - iiritfJ.cT'C.iicra! CrooU, ltcer, Oibbon and Mirrltt, nnd Colonels Anderson, Bwatn nud Ursckett In their responses expressed the opmloa that tho present pension laws are amply tunic ent for every emergency, aud nearly alt wore of the opinion thai a rfgid phjilcal examination should be conductod at dMbarpe, which should be ivrllUad to by a c uncd icuvened for tho purpose, and m a Jo u prt of the military history of each soldier, the (, tornment being thereby protected from fraudulent clstms. A new feature of tho report Is the discussion cf iiKCiat pension ucla and their relation to tho a 'ministration of the genersl pension laws. plbowt the various atagtis through which a spec si act parses from Us receipt atthoUx-- f th o Uanslou to tho Issue of certificates. In stUIl.cs, a tablet furnished showing tho total oumtier of special tension acts which bate be Isia to ww, 4i! (Johnson), 111 to lfW7, 4W (Orunt), Is WX Tho decrease in average annua) value la duo to tho a fact that larfro number of Mexican war pensioners tho at rato of eight dollar per month, which Is helo the aYcrao rate, was added ( iho rolls Uurlntf tho year, and furthormoro thatp&e death ruUi nmuns: the rradd ionslonera was prcator than anode pensioners of lower rato. The a Krcjraio annual value of pensions Is an of lncrcnso Tho i amount ponslent paid of dcrln tho year was $78,773,801, an Incrcao over tho pruvlous year of fSOS, IMQ, Tho total amount disbursed by pen sion sujenu ior mu purpCS TTZ3 T7V,ftH, IM Xio cost attending euch In tho apKreate fSQfi'JS, It Wing i fraction loss than 4 per cent of the total expendlturra of tho bureau. Tho to Ul nrnountcxjiondcd for all purposes was tSLOTteriW, bolnff 2ii pcrconlof tho total catlniitol grou Income of tho United HLatoi (Jovernment for tho pcriwl. l"ho total Expenditures of tho Uovermncnt Xor tho flcal year ltvSS wero fJjr.UM.bOI. so that lie amount cxpvuded fur on account tf jtonslons was nearly 31 percent, of thojentiro outlay of tho Uovermncnt. There were filed during the yoar 47, M0 npplItAtluafi for criminal pensions; Ji,7c9 dependent wldox, 2,7b3 mluors, 2,4-mothers, and I,8sn dependent fatbera, making a total of fs70-Tho hlghcet number of claims on account of tho lato war was rocctvixl from Ohio; Indiana followed next; then New York and rcnnsylvnula; and from Montana, Utah aud South Carolina none were received. Tho uvenuro duration of tho Uvea of pen sIonerslsfi7 years; tho averapo Icnpth of lime srrvod In tho army by those who aro reeoivhifr pensions on account of tho lute war Is mora than two years. Tho report continues! Up to Juno 8 last, u,l claims were filed uadr the Mexican rcnslon act, 10.7M lelng One nxvllon, ono hundred and slxty-el- x nine hundrod and tweu-ty-alpcnsIoQ ha e claims been filed fftlnco 1801, and 737,K) claims of aj classes have boon allowed elnce Uatdito. Tho amount paid for pensions siacollbol has boon Incroaso ofpcailon was granted In 45,710 cases. The average imnual value of a KnMon at tho close of tho yoar was 1125.30, a names. hl: 3,82. disburse-mentaWor- o M Wahiilsotox, Sept. In session. On motion of Mr. Ilrcck!rl''n,'Ky.) id a, K amid npplnute, was elected hjeaker pro tc in., to net during th uf tlo Speaker. Mr. MiOnary (Kyi, from the Committee on foreign Afluirs, rtioriid bacU the rctalintion bill, and It was male neon Mr. 1 Ilorsr, pur-cliai- Mount (lln-gms- s, ubfo ?.'c-.- -- tinning uncial order for Tuesday next. Mr Outbwaite (O.I called up the motion iccently made by him to reconsider the votes by which tho Columbus Hxpoltlon bill was amended by making provision for Kxposltlnns nt Hichmond, Vn.j Ausula, (la.. Atlanta, (Ja., nno: Kansas C ty, Mo. The motion to reconsider was agreed to a- - far u the H chmond and Augusta i:x positions were concerned, but a stumbling block wns reached on the motion to reconsider tho vote by which th amendment appropriating lmKMi lor the Atlanta Colored KxposlllOii was u greed to, and n lull cull was taken on u motion mane ny .Mr, iirniicrvon do.) to table the motion to reconsider. The clc resulted Teas. 87. iiaj Cl; no quorum. lhit ronferencn rr port on Ihe sundry cUU btll was then taken up, and at p. uu um iiuac -- jonrr.co. VAsnii(ixiiN.Hept.3.-SKNAxn.-Arcso1utI- nrsl-urg- , NUlolH, u i i :c!!st: : 41 (Lincoln). ! 11 S H0l'r Himnlmous consent was asked u 1 obtained by Mr. hcott, of iVntisyiinmo, toil pats rn of a bill lo keep all Chinese- laWtr rs l oiitof theroun'ry Hills nero tnlrodur i todetnllonlrcrsof tho nrmy and niy t durational Institutions came up, but a pHini" would not voto. Anumhcrof other bilisw'brought forwanl for consideration, nud it Houso spent the day In calls of the Huuic )p. m, the House adjourned. was oflered to Impure Into the preparation of puuitan mcra'sr" nr e emtii employe. It lniAlhM.au(llaei). went oxer after dlsoutslou. Tho lltmio Chin. j j l0 py Tt muriield uud Ailhul. 18n to Iskh. I.3A9 (ClovclanU), restriction bill wnstAkcn upon motion of Mr Total, 3,370. Stewart for Immediate action, but no conci ' Of the passed ilonhadtccn reached at 5 ltd p. iu. when the Sm ti Clctelaud 1,300 special acts Ml were during the vetovu for Administration nte udjourncd. reasons fully set forth In the l'res.dcnt'a mes. sages made public from time to time. In tho fiscal years from July I, iwj, to JunoW, there were Issued I'Jl.xn ceiiineates of ah clssica, and during the threo following fiscal year from July 1, lrt to Juno DO, 1hh, 330,517, making an Increase for tho last three yours of 10H.310 certltlcutc. ,l to-la- y, - (n;. CAf-cn- In Austin it Is impossible to fiseor tnln whon uny particular train Icnvos without k'oltif: to tho depot nnd Inquiring of tho ngonU how many hours ln hlnd ttmo tho train In, Colonel Verier wihliod to go to San Antonio on tlio cloven o'clock train, ho ho wild to hU colored eervnnt: Sam, po down to tho dopot nnd hco what timo tho ekvn o'clock train leaves." It wns about threo o'clock when Sam returned. "Well, whon does tho train Iwivo?" "Hit's dono lof bosK. lilt loll at ha'N m I did je-- a lias' two, Hah." "Whatl" An Immense Cargo of whut yor tolo mo. Yor tolo mo tor eo Ban Kiiancisco, Auk, in Tho Alaska when do train lof, an' I watehiMl till it Commercial Company's steamer St. I'nul waa plain ontor ullit on do udder hhlo hasurilvcd from Ounulaska with 100,000 seal aktus, tho season's catch on HU oh do Colorado ribbor." Texas Hucra-montbeul-bkln- s. siiiiious nuposod or. Bax Fhakcirco, Aug. IW. Charles Crocker's will appoints iho widow as executrix nud disposes of an estate worth somothtntf over tV0,OiM, as follows: Heal estate, e2,$00,OW; Mocks and bonds, 113,000,000; accounts, tl,50O,O0O; promissory notes, aS,60o,000; rash, o00,000, half ot which pool to tho widow, Including tho residences In Bun Krunclseo and aud tho other half ladlvldod umoii tho threo aons and ono daughter, with provision for other relatives and for family sorvants. i:iulit liuslness lliiu.es Horned. lascASTKii, Wis., Auk. BOl Firo In this city destroyed eight business houses. The loss la flO.OOU, partly Insured. (lentlemnn (to lny In Madison square) Aro yon tho meMsener hoy who took my nolo fifteeii minuted njroP" "Ytw idr." "Did you deliver it?" "No 8ir." "Whero U tho qunrtor I pavo vnuP" "Ilmiirht n Htainp and n of elarettos; It'll ot thoro quicker uilstur.1' Lifu Bpoclal-dollvery piu-kn- Ucotk'o and tit. l'aul Islunda, nUo u number of other skins and furs, tho iiKKreKuto vnluo belnT nbout fJ.an,uiU Hhe report tho rovenue cutters Thetis uud Hear In tho Arctic, and ull on board of thorn well. Th y huvo nudo no aelxurea, though tho couipuny elulm that eoverat Hrltlsh schooners huvo it en ttvapusslnir wllhlu thollmlU. A brrwory shed at (Ircen Hay, Wis., on Wednesday nftornoon. kllllmz t'tiHriws 1.UUUOW uud.Vug. bbkd Zu. her hands, thesFio; irrrrfaataho crib-- I bled, the blocks she built Into a house. Ah, no, you msit havo trouble yourself before you can comfort trouble In others. Hut couio all ye who have been bereft and yo who havo beei comforted In your sorrows, and stand around thoy nflllcted souN, nnd any tothem: "I had that very sorrow myself. Coil comforted me, and Ho will comfort you;" and that will go right to the spot. In other words, to comfort others we roust have faith in Ood, practical experience, and good, sound common sense. Hut there are three or four considerations that I will brihgthl morning to those who aro sorrowful ara distressed, and that we can always brln; to them, knowing that thoy will effects cure. And the first consideration Is, thst Ood send out trouble In love, I often hear peoplo lu tholr trouble enyt "Why, I wonder what Ood has against me I" They rriu to think Ood has some grudgo n;s!n-- them heeauso trou le and lnUfortune hare come. Oh, no. Do you not remember that passago of Hcrlp-tur" "Whom th TorI loveth A child come In with a very bad splinter la Its hnnd, and you try to extract It. It is a ery painful operation. The child draws hick from you, but you persist. You are going to take that splinter out, co you take tho child with a gentle but firm grasp; for, although there may bo pain In It, lh splinter must tome out. And It love that dictates it, and makes you persist. My friends, I ttnWy think that nearly all our sorrows In this world are only tho hand of our Ksthcr extracting somothorn. If all these sorrows were sent by enemies, I would say, trui yourselves against thtru; nnd, ns In trcpiral climes, when a tiger comes down from tho mountains and carries olT a chl!d from the villnge, tho neighbors band together and go Into the forest and hunt the monster, so I would havo you, If I thought these misfurtunos wero sent by an enemy, go out and battle against them. Dutao; they come from a Father so kind, so loving, so gentle, that the prophet, peaking of His tenderness and mercy, drops the Idea of a father, and satst "As one whom Ms mother comfort-etso will I comfort you." Again I remark, there Iff comfort In tho Ood, hy all this process, Is thossbr ' going to rmke you useful. Do you know that t'Jo who accomplish th most for tresod. Again I remark, that all lhte persons Ood anl Heaven have all beeu under tha harron? Show me n man that has done aro Incompotent to give nny kind of com fort who act merely ns wordly phlloso any thing for Christ In this day, in a pub pliers. Thoy come In and say: "Why this He or private plnco, who ha had no trouIs what you ought to havu expected. Ihe ble and "hose path has been smooth. Ah, laws of uaturo must have their way;" aud no. I once went through nn axe factory, and they get eloquent over soniothlng they hare seen In examinations. I saw them take the bars of Iron nnd Now, away with all human philosophy at thrust then Into the terrible furnaces. such a timet What dltrerance does It make Then besweated workmen with longtqnga to that father and mother what dtseaso stirred tho blaze. They brought out a that son died of? He Is dead, and It makes bar of Iron and put It Into a crushing no difference whether tho trouble was In machine, and then they put tt between the eplgastrlo or hypogastric region. If jaws that bit It In twain. Then they put the philosopher be of tho stoclal school he It on an anvil, and thero were great hamwill comoaud say: "Yon ought to control mers swung by machinery each one a your feeling. You must not cry so. You hnlfton In weight that went thump I must cultivate a cooler temperament. You thump thumpl If that Iron could have sjoken it would have said, "Why all this must havo beating? Why must I be pounded my an Iceberg reproving a hyacinth for havfng a drop of dew In Its eye. more than any other Iron?" The workmen A violinist ha hts Instrument, nnd he would have said, "We want to make axes sweeps his lingers aero the string, now out of you, keen, sharp axes axes with evoking strains of Joy, nnd now strains which to hew down the forest, and of sadness. He can not play all the tunes build the ship, and erect houses, and on one string. Tho human soul an In- carry on a thousand enterprises of civilistrument of a thou rind string, and all zation. That's the reason we pound you," sorts of emotions wore made to pluy on Now, Ood puts a soul Into the furnace of trial, and thon tt Is brought out nnd run It. Now iin anthem, now a dirge. It Is no and then it of weakness when Is overcomo of through tho crushing-machinsorrow, Jvimund imrktt was found lu the comes down on the anvil, and upon It blow pasture-fielwith hi arm around a after blow, blow after b'ow, anil the soul hcrsu' neck, rnreiing him, nud some oue cries outt "O, Loril, what doe all this snld. "Why the gieat man ha lot his mean'" Ood say; "I want to mske. some useful out of you. You shall mind!" No thut horse teIoiiged to his n thing who has recently died, and hlsgient heart! be something to hew with and something wnn. it is a practical process broke over tho grief. It l no sign of) to tui wenknev that uieii mo oveieome of their through which I am puttlngyou." Ye, sorrow. Thank Ood fur tho relief of my Christian friends, we want more tools hi teir. Have you never I ecu In trouble ' to the Church of God. Not moreofwedge split with; wo have enough these, when you could nut weep, uud you would Uue with which to drill; we have vlveu unv thlmr for a good cry? Not m David did well when ho mourned for Ah-- J hme WJinauy bores. What wc uuUy want x 11 court-plastt c: Hechas-teneth?1 nt l; -et d tbowoild? It Is n question which I often bear dlscrs'cd, but never satisfactorily answered, (tod made tho world fair nnd beautiful nt the start. If our first parents had not sinned In Kden, they might have gone out of that garden and found fifty parndlsos all around the earth Europe, Asia, Africa, North and Booth America so many flowerfiardenst or orchards of fruit, redolent and luscious. I auppose that when (lod poured out tho (3 thou and the Hiddekel, ho poured out, at tho aame time, the Hudson nnd thn Bumpiehanna; the whole earth was very fair and Unutlful to look upon. Why did It not stay so? Ood hail the power tokeop back sin nnd wins Why did Ho not keep them back? Why note cry cloud roieato, and wvury step a joy, nud every sound music, nnd all tho ages a long jubilee of sinless men aud sinless women? Ood can mnko a roo as easily ns He can make a thorn. Why, then, tho predominance of thorns? He can make good, fair, rlpo fruit. Why so much, then, that ! kii.!c make men snd scar H robust In hetlth. Why, then, aro thoro so many IinnHdi? Why not havo for our whole raco perpetual leisure. Instead of thlsttiK and toll and tussle for n livelihood? I will tell you why (2 oil let sin come Into the w orld w hen I get on the other side of the Illver of Death, That Is the place where such question will bo answered and such mysteries solved. Ho who this ildo Uiat river attempts to nnwer thn question only Illustrate hi own Ignornnce and In comietenco. All I know Is one great fact, and that Is that a herd of woes ha come tn upon us, trampling down every thhiK fair and beautiful. A sword at the gato of Eden, and a sword at every gato. More ground people under the than tn vast majority. on It. Tho grave-yard- s The six thousand winters havo made more scars than tho six thousand summers can cover up. Trouble tins takon the tender heart of this world In Its two rough hnnd and pinched it until tho nations wait w itli the aony. If all the mound of graveyards that havo been lifted wero put side by side you might step on them and noth lngotxoL going nil around tho world, nnd around ngaln, and around ngaln. These are tho facts. And now I have to say that In a world like thin, tho gmndest occupation i vh.t ot alvlns condolence. This holy sclenco of Impfrtlngcomfort to the troubled wo ought all of us to study. There nro many of you who could look. n round upon some of your very best friends who wish you well and are very Intelligent, and yet b Able truthfully to say to them In your days of trouble: "Miserable comforters nro y alt,'1 I remark, In the first place, thnt very voluble people nro Incompetent for the workof giving comfort. Illldnd aud hnd the gift of language, and with their words almost Itothered Job fo out. Alas I for theso voluble people that go among tho nllllcted and talk, nnd talk, and taifc, and talk: They rehearse their own sorrows, nnd then they tell tho joor sufferers that they feel badly now, hut they will feel worceaftera while. BHcncol Do you expect with a tMu of words to heal a wound deep as tho soul? Blep very gently around ntwut n broken heart. Talk very softly around tlmse whom Ood ha bereft. Then go your way. Deep sympathy hn not much to say. A firm grasp of the hsnd, n companionate look, just cue word that mean a much as a whole dlcttouary,nnd you have git en, r- hap, nil tho comfort that a soul needs. A manhn a terrible wound In his arm. The surgeon come nnd bind It up. "Now," says he, "carry that arm In n ling and bo very careful of It. Let no one touch It." Hut tho neighbors have heard of the accident, nnd thoy coma In and thoy sayt "Let us sou it." And the bandage Is pulled off, and thl one and thnt one must fenl It, nnd eon how much It Is swollen; nnd there Is Irritation, and Inflammation, nnd exasperation, whom ought to lw healing and cooling. Tho surgeon come in and says, ''What doe all thl mean? You have no laiallieaa to tm h thud Uindagos. That wound will novirheal unlets you let It alone." So there are souls broken down in sorrow. What they most want Is rest, or very careful and gentle treatment; but tho neighbors have heard of the Iktohvg-meor of tho lots, and they come In to sympathize nnd they fay: ''Show us now the wound. What were his last words? Hchearso now tho whole scene. How did you feel when you found you were an orphan?" Terl2 olT tho handaoros here, and pulling them off there, leaving a ghastly wound that the balm of God's graco had already bogun to heal. Oh, let ho loquacious people with everrattUiiK tonguoB, go Into the homes of tho dls '' notfiCcthom noua fortis wiiea iaoy ncea viicriatA Again, I remark, that t,t0 person aro !oor comforters who havo )ver had any trouble themselves. A Iartvur can not lecturo on the nature of a n.flafceit never saw a aud thso people who havo always lived In the uniDfrof prosperity can not talk to those ww ftr0 froxen In deipalr. C!ol keps aged pyple In the world, I tljlnk, for thl very worrf sympathy. They have been through Hi these trials. They know all thnt which Ir ritates and all that which soothos. If thero are men and women who have old people In tb hnnte-- ne at hand so that they can easily reach them, I congratulate them. Some of us have had trials In life, and although wo have had many friend around about us, wo have wished that father and mother were still alive that we might go and tell them. Perhaps they could not say much, but It would have been such a comfort to have them around. These aged one, who havo been all through the trials of lifts know how to give condolence. Cherish thorn; let them lean on your arm these agod people. If, when you speak to them, they can not hear jut what you say the first time, and you have to say it a second timo, when you say It thn second time do not say It sharply. If you do you will be sorry for It on the day w hen you take the last look and brush back the silvery locks from the wrinkled brow, just before they screw the lid. HIessed be Owl for the old people I They may not have so much strength to go around, but thoy are God's appointed ministers of comfort to a broken heart. 1'eoplo who have not had trial themselves can not glvo comfort to others. Thoy may talk very beautifully, and they may give yon a greot deal of poetic sentiment; but, while poetry Is iwrfume that smell sweet, It makes a very poor salve. If you have a grave In your pathway, and someliody conies and covers it all over w 1th flow ers, It Is a grave yet. Thoso w ho hao not had grief themselves know not tho mystery of a broken heart They know not the meaning of chlldlesmes, nnd the having no one to put to bel at night, or th standing In a room where every hook end picture and door Is full of memories the door-mwhere shs tat, tho cup out of wbl:bahe drank, the place -snow-flak- othcT irortTt nr at hrrwyfBi Again, there Is comforU In the thought that alt our troubles ore a. rorelal'ou. Hare yon over thought of It In that connection? Tha man who has never been through chastisement Is Ignorant about a thousand things In hi soul he ought to knovrn For t- Instance, here Is a man who prides himself-ohis cheerfulnssalof character. He has no patience with" anybody who Is & riAnressed In spirits. Oh. It Is easy for him . teUBteerfuL with hlaflne house, his fill- - aC- ed waidrobe, ii'Rffigqfo.fl " jp jm tiKr w or music, and tapestried parlor, and plenty of money In the bank waiting tor some permanent Investment It Is easy for blm to be cheerful. Hut nuppose hts fortune goes to piece, and hi house goes down under the sheriff's hammer, and the banks will not havA any thing to do with his paper. Suppose those people who wero once elegantly entertained at hts table get to that they can not recognlxo him upon tho street. How then? Is It so easy to be cheerful? It Is easy to be leerful In the home, after the day's work I lone, and the gas Is turned on, and the horn u full of romping little ones. Hut supposs the piano is shut Waiiso tha fingers twit played on It will no more touch the koyf and the childish voice that asked so many questions will ask no more. Then Is It so easy? When a man wakes up and finds that his resource are all gone, ho begins to rebel, and he says: "Ood Is bard; Ood Is outrageous. He had no business to do this to me." My friends, those of us who have ben through trouble know what a sinful end reldltous heart we have, and how much Ood has to put up with, and how much we need pardon. It Is only In the light of a flaming furnace that we can learn our weakness and our own lack of moral resources. There Is also a great deal of comfort In the fact that thero will be a family reconstruction In a better place. From Scotland, or England, or Ireland, a child emigrate to this country. It Is vory hard parting, but he comes, after a while, writing home as to what a good land it Is. Another brother come, n sister comes and another, and aftor a while the mothor come, and after a whil tho father come, and now e a' .i'l here aud they h ivc a timo of great congratulation, aud a very pleasant reunion. Well, tt Is just so with our families; they aro emigrating to a better land. Now, one goes out. Ob, how hard It Is to part with html Anothergoe. Oh, how hard It I to part with her. And another, and another, and we ourselves will after a while go over, and then we will be together. Oh, what a reunion Do you believe that? "Ye,"you say. You do not. You do not bellore It as you believe other things. If you did, and with the same s emphasis, why, it would take of your troublo off your heart. Tho facts it9t " ' -- j short-sighte- d 1 nine-tenth- it is away off aomewherfl, nnra-w- l uncertain and Indefinite population. That Is tho klud of Heaven that many of us dream about; but It Is tho most tremendous fact In all the universe this Heaven of the Gospel. Our departed friends are not afloat Tho residence In which you live Is not so real as the residence In which thoy stay. You are n float, you who do not know In the morning what will happen before night They ore housed and safe forever. Do not, therefore, pity your friends who have died In Christ They do not need any of your pity. You might ns well send a letter of condolence to Queen Victoria on her obscurity, or to the Rothschild on their poverty, as to won pity thoso who have the pa I in. Do not say of thoso who are departed: Toor chlldt" "Poor father!" Door mother I They are not poor. You aro poor you whose homes have been shattered not they. You do not dwell much with your families In this world. AH day long you are off to business. Will It not be pleatnnt when you cmu all to together all the w hlte? If you have had four children nnd ono Is gone, and nny body nsk how many children you have, do not be so Infidel as to say throe. Bay four-o-ne In Heaven. Do not think that tho grave Is unfriendly. You go Into your room and dress for soma grand entertainment, and you come forth beautifully appareled; and the grave I only the plnco where we go to dress for tho glorious resurrection, nnd we will come out radiant mortality having becorao Immortality Oh, how much condolence there I In this thoughtl I expect to see my kindred In Heaven. I expect to seo them as certainly Aye, I as I expect to go home shall more certainly seo them. Eight or come up from the grave-yarten will back ot Somcrvllle, and one will come up from tho mountains back of Amby, China, and another will come up from tho sea oft Capo Hattera, and thirty will come up from Greenwood; nnd I shall know them better than I ever knew them here. And your friends they may bo across the sea, but the trumpet that sounds hero will sound there. You will come up on Just the same day, d aawhuAsasK mmtisztmiHflrjtzeaTr, -- - & . Zx CHECK ON THIEVES. the In Irons or ana Francisco's rub-li- e library Are Kept Honest. Sau Francisco has an excellent public library. I ventured In recently to make Its acquaintance, und I found seated at the a mlddlo-ageman who handed mo a red ticket " What Is this fori" I asked. "To get out with," saldho, with a smile. "To get out with!" I exclaimed, In some surprise. "Yes," bocontlnuod. "It is a system we have for Insuring the return of books drawn for reading or reference work lu When you got the library reading-rootho book you want at tho desk, you gtvo up this ticket to tho librarian. She it U you when you again hand tn thn book to hor. If you should try to get out by me without your red ticket I should Infer that you hud obtained a book which you had not returned, and which you might havo In your pocket In this way we can penult any stranger, honest or dlshonost, to rijad uny book and as many books as he chooses, and yet be sure that he doesn't Icavo without returning them satisfactorily to tho librarian." The plan Is a new ono to me, and it struck me as btlug as Ingenious as It Is simple. I never realized before-un- tll I camo Into Han Frfcnclsco aa entire stranger how needed and usoful nn Institution a free library nnd reading-rooIs lu u great city. for, ChrUtian Union. XXow try A vert young child knows tho differ enco between being laughed with und betug laughed at If you laugh with a II chdd, you gtvo blm pleasure. laugh at a child, you arouac you his Indignation. Ho feels that, child as ho Is, be Is entitled to bo recognise 1 Id his personality, uud to have his footings considered with duo deferunco. If you deny a child Ms rights so far, he Is likely to assert hU claim on your respect, nud tc Indicate hi Inch of respect for you In your practical deulal of his rights, A. 6. limn ail ' ac?r '! JjSS 'p 11W prH CaVakJ v.&mm&h Laaaat ',JJBISjaiHMBwmStor,--xJi.- . ' &A L. 'iWMtfiiwimii 'fti PrHtf mwwmeMi THE HICKMAN COURIER. " A 1HHMII.MI JAM .1 ANN. im:.nsyi.vama. Yonr llry.Siono HtiMv Watering, ' Tho Philadelphia Times, mi in dependent Kepublicau paper, thus libcoiuiN of tho polilicul rdtu ntion in I'oniisylvatdn: Vliero is not an hitclllccnt u publican or Democrat in this rdt who does not now know that Dai riHon will lose not Icrh tlian to, 000 of Maine's majority In this city, and moro likely i,000 of it. witli w possibility of failing even below tlmt. It is a now UHotucd fact that President Cleveland will receive much tin lurcest vole, in tills city that has over boon cast tor a national Democratic candi date, and that IticteiiMMl uluwii come alike from considonito and conservative business men and from tho Intelligent workiiigiaei. While Pennsylvania is n decided Republican State, it is so only hi1 causo it lias bad a very liberal sup port from tho largo industrial ci tablishmentrt of the Stato. To d. there Is hesitation, doubt or change in every mill, shop, forest, field 'I lii s lUKIM.SS VI1IK. m;w ji:iisi;v. Ilcmarrnt Iliitit VaHIMN1TON, well-know- u HICKMAN, KY., 1'KlliAY, llk Oirr. C- Urmocrntlr Lender to-da- tiiillmii 1. i:rr. 1SSS. i'&Hi H.l!..l nmnlU IBElCiftliS AWfc fiVfefl lllUki llkoCreveliunlntnrriniriiiiunvoiililtluy woro all Jubilant over tho haven walkover. II wild to tlio project' of Cluvuland'a re clcc Courlor-douriia- Sept. did. J Congressman W. I. beolt, flic Domnrmtic tinllti nil manner, was oh tho lioor of the UnuMMoMlny. Mr.M'OUiaiKe tV-JSp- biiccvciUmI rorrcNpondoiit in getting fiomo iiifoinmlioti from a tiumticr of tlio Democratic load- Washinoton, Si'ptt udutivc to tlio er canwiKH and j w esir .i V. 4 hi I r. V f will benefit rather than Injure our scaring the woiklugmeii n paiti t$r Policies Nonfoifcltable after three jenm, and nil claims paid manufactures engaged in that do," Mr. McDcrmott said to an Immediately on receipt of proofs of death. it will give i veiling Post loporter: "It Is hianch of industry, for tlifio, free of duty, tlio raw mutc-- i helping us, If anything. Tho In ml from Kuglaud and Austtatia, dustiial masses arc getting moro States by increased majotitics cr' the iiuallty is very Hue, to cntlL'htcncd on the question than ovcrlSSI." mix "Ut tho commoner gtades thej ever were befoto." jjrown hero. If tho wool ImportCIIA1KMAN RAKNUM ed rtele of equal grade with ours would not talk much, but said be the efl'cct might bo ditlVrcut; but cordially indorsed all that Mr, it is much superior, Ye,J think Scott had said. ecr thing will go along prosper-oul- , si;natou kknnAi after tho llrst week of next Chairman of tho Congressional No'iubcr." a pi? sttm, irsr, pmi:k thr caki: of win. Committee, said that both com A 'I mis scnooti HHIUIITui:opi:n' MISS M. It and MISS !, AW Tli Sil,otkTr.ir will U, mi'o InPcnupylvanhi, and it nor M'lii.vs. ii woe mUeC8 woro workiug together in " iJi'i'leJ hto iiimrtenof ln wrekucufih PiidN "HI bcclirKl Iron riitrntief In ml '"fcoly undemonstrative in pol fnj ttCt.or, mul wore doiu' "ood '8 f( (unrtrr. Tuition payable hi tnliMIc ft'l nt mil of pirnr. I lit prrfrtrl Iu nitvauco There nre large fuelurh-- ii) Hot SrniNUH, Akic, Sept. I. fe N 0Iuclion for alwvnct. ciirrl tr Prim n follow; atrmiRrniriit. nel n&ktMl if Ooi tilled tho nioun I'oiiiMrjr l'Jnfn. 'tr ijnnrUr. $M0, " ,"m, ' Ul m lE.uu in torrents r monlli V2.U0 ) would carry West Virginia lor tho "'W'v " inuinh $T.C0.) Ik friiifdlilf CianM. vrqnU, $7 &0( Hcimblicaus, heluuuhcd, and said publican votes could heretofore tutu streams until tho town has AJvancfd CUm, (IIUn Nt. attiiCtf, lljuhrr Madithialir n.li uQen. Goff is a most excellent lin safely estimated by tho number been Hooded and lifennd piopeity nmnlh $1.00.) riuarirr, 110 00, man, bid Ihu Democrats will car ploycracan give no nsRuranciAh'ach $100,000. Matlic Mctcher, ry West A irinnm ly hii increased : x jb;-- s 4:aii, ia-'colored, and two children, and We are satistled with In thn votes of their iMimlmrs. innJority. Mrs. Charlotte Harrison were kill They mo reading tho Presid'iiPs MISS Ul LLP. KOKTrNK hw clmrn" of Ilia Mudeal IVar(mtnt. Tntim A4 Cleveland." missing. Tho Itrrrtif " It la with plrture llial tlio nnnnanrtnritt li nul of litvlni: NfR fo Tli Ml.nr moinlinrn nf tlm rmn. message; they are studying the ed and others tiro 1WII fortunr, tlic ho avrvhxn of Alia to piir New Jersey, miUl.0 facts of forllt, in chirne ot lluusind Hood is tlio worst calamity that ISlateaof in equally cnthusias. this Wpurtuient J tint "J has ever befallen Hot Spiings. i Ad.it. Ora. Him- - nnnoiii cob Connpclryr tic nllRljaR0. Congressman Cox, Poles taking tho places of Aucr-ica- - The rain commenced falling about workiucmen iu highly uo- 11! that there s no law perm tt ng- Ollougll ye Democrats have a of Ne Yor wl mil JuAt reJ o'clock Thursday night and tectcd iudustifes; they are cbuit J iho State to loan arms for an pur- ,, t toppct inincnso gains .n t u t d f ing tho excessivo taxes tlievnustcamo down In great sheets for and that applications tor c ,if uu Michigan, lowo, Wis pose, i LhAtfhU pnyroithonocc6harle8ofliff.n.lioyer nu hour. IIIIIiir ho niii'uiB heir loan need not bo made. PMlM and Minnesota, but it is .....I ew.1.1. ItVnm . . a oil ftnht ' ilrlftwoojl wnnlicil from tlio as they pay theno tavos ou of. KBl.nr.SKSTATlvnIW.OUST, ?' n ' ' " , -- i I'riioro will bo no trouble about their atcmlily roihiccil .. I""". Ceiitml nvenue, . tlio iniiin t&T For S)te JTjrc .w Key llilimli r.PorBl. lias Imi electPH York. uiuiiy uamageu, f niovelmul'a cam ins New .Jersey nro Rtmlvin" whv theso tuxefcare ' lliiiKiill.alif.il. was ll.i.ll Tiif uiorouguiare, C0WGILL'3SYE EALVS. . -- Iiowiiiif eturni uriiro tcm.01 ii. iHouse, uuim;; . .... , The ontbliiff Stule-- . ' New iir Tiin fTfnnrr'Er nirr rr imposed upon them and howt ey . f the absence of Mr. Carlisle. Tlyf for California than tlio others. and Connecticut, must 1... looked can no repealed. was isitcd on the northern part ttT For Nturftlfi nnd lEhrumatUm, oue uner- of Mr. Wnilhr mitiniuiceiiieiit iu Louisiana, after. I do not know how it is tdtnml tlin alttiatinii linttip tiMll of the town. The trackot the COYGILL'S WSASZL OIL. was icceivcil wUInp Tho recent elections election there, People have been talking Chairman Cooper and Chainum Hot Springs railroad was wreckAlabama and Arkansas, have plutise. some antagonism to .ir.t irifihnr. nnil linnim the fault of ed for a distance of several miles. any delusions Inrborcd by about r.r im-- ,, THOMAS K. IDum. th elmnient tho Hepublicaus that they could Cleveland ntnonsr the Xew York October shall come. Senator Oiay The waterspout, if such it was, COWGILL'S PILE OHITMSXT. ' 2Cow down in the will he summoned by his frit, ds appears to have been local. New York Inwjer, ie coming to break the solid South. Wo take Democrats. Hioltxnaxi, Indiana to enter the canxass in- it that tho result in the Western lower pait of tho city, with wliicbf,, nH wn state to save it fom triT Tor Trlltr nml lEInr worm, VtlllCtT VMM. Hi: WAMI'.I), behalf of Cleielaml ami J Instead of seizing Stntca may prove ns disappoint- - I am somewhat associated, they revolution. man, .unison AIM larill iV, ', 'ting to tho Deuiociats. 'liiercioro, aro nil riirlit for Cleveland, and speakers, manngets and uime) It now seems to bo a fact that COWOILL'S TETTZR OIHTSIZNT. TUWI,S PUNX rn.L M'i:ririPATION8 AS TO KYKIIYTIN'IIU NLKI). thov aro straight on tnritr reform. from Pennsylvania to Now York, tho old world needs ftom 70,000,-00- Vaf For Worms, iiPMiiria irv iiuniihiruiiioiii! Irish tho real tight fursi ninth ftnil riidr rot ccurtfljr caciilatrJ. t bo in New JqIm fttllclrJ. in;'J5hS men. to S0,OO0t(HH bushels of wheat York, Sew" Jersey, Connecticut JTIiey know more iilnmt tho tariff New Jersey, Connecticut nut InWest Ten- and Indiana, and all four of these than lots of neonlo who think diana, speakers, mamigoisj and moio than the harvests of the CeT7giirs PlcMint Wcra Syrtip of Cotton jdantersMississippi con year will produce. To put it in sATisy.tcriox ;uAi;.i$rhKt on States are Democratic on a lair they know a great deal. They sec money will be needed in Pen nessee and North 1 C5. IlAI.T7.Kn, 1'rnt, It. L, AI.KXANDKU (iAt II. lit rilANAN, I'rtit. to suvo high war tax another way, the countries which and square vote, bat tho margin into the question clearly enough. TIM MUSKY HKFUSDKIK nt Mcmdds, and veiitlomilod and to hold the Stme in always have to buy wheat must using juto bag- in vorv slim. In Indiana we start Tho Hebrews and Germans down to decline figures. lI'yMlin Rpiiiihllp.in rnliitnn hv n Far Sal by Hip Proprietor, this ,car buy some UiOv000t0U0 ging and until tlio juto trust puts hi with nnnn mmontv. iu New there understandclose for tlieiU-- I ice back. They will search York, 17,000, New Jersey, 7,200, ' euiemaio prouy nrn nil!, tfl lin lp(l tannnfnhln niiiinrilw Tliosn nrpllin bushels, whilo tho countries rais- J. W. COWGiLL, Druggist, the pi eoK-n- , nuil tlinv ... .v sober truths as to tho present sit- ing moio than they cniiMinie will and Connecticut, 2.S00. 1 each for a substitute. or theso States Cleveland's ad- astray bv huiubue. 1 have not uation iu Pennsylvania, and ti ose have about 205.000,000 to sell. Tho jiGS.S HiiVniim, Kjr. Mon- HICK 3I.1X, KV. Tin: Arkansas elections ministration is stronger than his the least doubt about Cleveland who swagger around boastig of annual international grain market rntftiltiMt ill the election Of tinteighty to ouo iiuuuied thutiiaud held In Vienna gave estimates of party, which helps to assure Dem- carrying tho State." Gov. K.igle,and tho whole 'Hhs his retaliation messngo majority for Harrison will beblad the jield of the world, which vaU. S. jUUltltHLL, ocrats. In New York the Democticket by uout 30,000 ma- racy is solid and uniuimous for helped much P was asked. It to carry tho Stato by any ninj lily ried only iu u feir particulars from 850,0(10. -jority. It was the most exciting Plninliuil tlinu.ili ihvlllpil UN tn wns ulcnHi nt: to uioso who wcie ou election day. LAW, those already gi en, tho chief dif- ATTORNEY-A- T contest known iu that State, tho their Stato ticket, and New Jer- dteentislled, because of tho cry ferences being iu unimportant lr Mr,l (0r Republicans, Prohibitionists nut! sniaiii rmiiiAMtiPiiinin Anllil. In that tho administration was tool i'oit(ii:itiFJi i;rnsi;o. ...... w IWhj; frtUftj orgnIxnt t countries. On tho other hand the , IU CK MA V, A V. fr li5nfM, wC firt of frill Mttlrlt the rtrer Labor Union having combined. uf all. All PHlUroiloo imnlc fur tl'l'iUtr real state of tho French harvest Indiana tho ndvaulaces are clearly inentiiyio nugciud There weren't rliicr AppHiwd lNaKrilli paper nmnUa il,rr. Will practice In alt iLc Court I of lie r fMr mtutht, ilfciintnl nt Mt A uklkgatiok of four hundred on tho side of the Democrats, the many ot tucse. mat iau noiri Somo timo siuco tho Demo rat becnis much wore tlmu icpoitcd Ju.lieUl UUiriel. rate of prr cent. wr Jianani. Democrats from Indinnapolis call- chances of tho IJepnhiicans hing- amount to anything." hud occasion to call nttentiot to at Viena, and the samo is even lint marlS f ed on Judge Thurnmn at his homo ing only on the "State pride" besomo protended quotations Torn moro obviously true of Kuglaud. .sum: nouuTrui. sr.iTKs, cause Harrison is atiilzeu of their Saturday. In response to an Loudon uowsnanets which .vcrc The terrific storms of wind and from snvcrsil of tho visitors. State, and because of any supeMinnesota, Iowa, Michigan ntitlj Iicincr extensivelv distilbute.l ns rniu ended whatever chance rein.;.ri .in i iiiiiu.- .i uii.--i rior management of the campaign. California aro by no means certain Republican campaign docuuu'nts. mained of decent crops in Great xuuriiiuii : iiAi.T.i.u judge mi II m 1INN Al.KXANDKIC. It J.M ki:ki. w c JOHNSON speech, excusing himself from talkJ V AI.bXAMM.Il. J. W COffOII.U Kepublicau States. Theso pretended extracts vcru Britain, and tho Hngllsh must now vrvu i:cj tununxTN. ing longer because of neuralgia, Indeed, there is a strong prob- - hiuhlv laudatory of President iiupoit at least 170,000,000 bushels. ! caubed by "four radical high nullity that moro than one of them Cleveland ns tho friend of Itritlsh lCMlinkv I limnf r:tfp Jnp.(nrIT AN Ol.ll UltriMMCT as if they ttul US iroa.1 9aw XtM, nh complete ontAi teeth, aching other big guuOu-- plniiiK-- will work Us way out of the itc-- i interests, nun unro me mnrx oi IscaMun Can lc lmdtt t nuvt in wwwvto tnico on w ncau." nlv"HfnrciigniraineiiufMIil8cniu - fPl'licim column in tho Presld en- - falsohood iinou their silly faces M KM I'll 18. TkXN'., Aug. 30. It Tin: rndiananolis Journal oflfer- - paign, speaking only in Congrcs- - tial election. Tlio Republicans re-- i Tho Democrat denounced these is reported hero that Louis .Jiln-infnrii:l n iiuaiiDuSliiilail ttiol ed a ?i.000 reward to any ouo who doual Districts uuu'tbo i"'Bw ulixo tho fact that Ihcy Imvo n publications at tho time as forger Iitiiii ,t It r (iniitiDrnnm.M f tiii,i rti.it J J v noNPUiUNr. S i r llickmati4 Kj. would produco evidonco that liar-- ' towns. This, wo upon moro uncertain campaign on iinnti,. tes, and showed that one oi them Urown, of Fulton, Ky., iu the ro &l a dnv was thn fiiiimnkiiinn fimt k... inHinr to hold tiicBo btntcs. than lliov irus takuii ., in from til verhitt .... nson said that . ia V..W.V., tunda of thn Peabody Hotel ou . "" ..r,..ww ,f - apeecu DKAt.KXS IX oi a liepuuncan inciuoe the I9th fust., had n row with cnougli for a wot Kingman, nun for several tliouHiiiiu ncoido to e:oi nave iinu biiicu uiu ..,. l. .a n...nrir.f l.n from 30 to SO miles to hear them of tho party. I hey arc contest of Congress iu debating tho .Mills Itrowu at Fulton about a 3 ear ago. OKL'MS MKIHCINBS, UOOKH. PTATlONKIlY, nn.l tfclmil 8iiiill. would hhoot down the dtiiker, than it is for thcin to till appoint- ing every inch of ground, and tho bill. Since then tho London pa Tlio story goes that Iauo was who refuse to return to wotk. ments iu each and every county energy which they Imvo hereto- pers have had their attention cnl' drunk and insulted Drown, who Paitcj (KKlDHrUYS, and PUTUIUU Uwiu F. (iould, a Knight of Lh-- j as wns tho custom in the olden fore expended in States which cd to theso publications, and the made him leave by threatening to SirNimilH. MINTS, UIUS, INI and IJc)roIri9 or MttHral bor, claimed the money, having days. It may save tho electors a they considered doubtful, is now Imvo given them pointedly tho lie have him arrested. Several KKXTUCKY. IIICIvMAX, AaK.NTH rou Tin: found lifted! mon who testtlicd deal of worry and travel, but it is being devoted in part to these Tlio St. James Gazette says : "It )o( testified before the coroMK A TK1M. when you wnt that they heard Harrison say so. poor politics if an increased and States which aro us doubtful to- need hardly bo said that these ner's jury here that Lano exclaimIU.nckiiilthing it one, or rrpir on Now Jersey, quotations from tho London pa ed, "You'll Imvo me arrested, will n UUUUl'U ilUU day ns Now York, UIU Onb of tho Smith family wllO and Connecticut were two years pors are of exclusively American oul" when ho tired two bullets W.Toni, Ac I nU kcp full lint of cxpccicu in uvciiiucr. liveB in Warren county, is very ago. Chairman Hrlco,of tho Dem manufacture." Tho London Times udo Hrowu's breast. Tho priucl- Undortakor's Goods, Snr VitilSVMVTiOSH A NPKt'IAITY.-m- a mnd liecauflo of a report that he a wnoMi-su.ii;sr.nno.. ocratic executive committee open- also denies that it has ever print ll support oftllO theory Of lino's Common, UonrwiMul, ml KiiltJ UUck VI Afor- laps IHH7 is oruanizinir Harrison and ly declares that Cloveland ami uii iiiij Huuii miiuivnus inun It is estimated that there are Cifn, wMh ton clubs in that county. Of tho 00,000 Scandinavian voters in Min Thurman will carry n majority of tiibuted to it. And so these ,Haiilty IH llcrlVdl frOIll tllO Slip- tail Cillin iihd tiAiicr. atvi aican e flllnl rtmniiiie pniriou tlmt ho never saw P.rown ini 011 tliort or authnrH of tho bcuudul, iichohi. Tltcsu iiidUetllotirt nidi theno States. Tho Republicans gross Republican fabrications take Uefore t!l0 author Olfc tne a call. tmo nf lho tilllinr, mid irlfc ?Uiip in Went IlicLniMii. lie sas: loV fttoadv.'nlnf npoiilw hav hereto will, of course, not admit tha a biicK meal. could, therefore, have had 110 mo-t- i 't wU ny the mm or woman that tirt fore been the backbone of the Re- - their strength in theso States has e for his crlmo. Of course this ed ihm ia n fu ami a itiayrace lo Hits, or 'ini: nuiTisii j.io.y uoAim. the North-- decreased, but thcintciioity of the insanity pica will bo knocked in MANUl'ACTl'KKlUJ OF Til U CUI KIlKAThl) nnotlier civiliifilciuntry. Tlifynreuol publican strength inwheat prow-- ; effort which they nro making to Ihttthoynro III ftr earth. Iiravan nor h II, ami If llw west. . Tho SUndr.rd he head if tltisi tlifllculty at Fal London, Sept. w n ceriam iiiiiicauuii CO devil hfitl tf.cm (Mm or her) to da; he era. They nro obliged 10 accept noiu inem is in a savage leader on tho lltdieries, (on can bo proven, IO wouM i"t tiicoi in hi rpu Ikx. I only Livernool nrices for their wheat.! that they aro convinced that it oo will bo well question, says: rite tin in justice to irymrlf." less tlio cost of getting the wheat will tako harder work to carry for tho President "It (iovernmeid I'rmiM I tiiiiin Irlmenllr, and . docs not them this timo tlian ever before. T f tr Wiiilr President Cleveland is! to Livornool. Tho tariff of tho United States lo remember; Olinlrnuui Urice considers exeithiL' amazement and cnnPter-- ! niotort them o th vnliiAof a font the Alleghany E2HTUCEY! IIHW -'.fttltlllll. IM , lllTlMIIIIfIllT "V 10. CitJohn Sullivan, Inlior Irmlrr mitl HICEMA1T, CO . . , nntlmi in the niuUs ot the iictmb; on tliestuirtlioy havo to ficll,lulo nroMiect or JJcinocratlo victory f . - Democratic ...- . ... ... . i ti. 1. inn-nu Tot iinnniriu urinrni en ..i...wIa.h ttinm uu ntnpi iiiinn in .w or me iicnincmuuainie rnills nousi: HAS iicaus over tlio new juiano in tue .11 iiuuueiii iiivui ; vumHj.M o un'fieomucr vi.lte.l ni..ln.i. Kl . J .1 f'anada fiheiic nfluir, Hon. A. thoy nro obltcted toJay. t ,uttcc, JJ" Jf-- f . jlc..l. W- - .N frollci, DM ns ..P --" in that btato is such (I. Thurniaiif who. if tho people brarnmcra and tho iraullng public 70a American cons-- , ncr at tho Oirard Itouso yestcr cra,,Z' Smii.iiiiiluiror:ieciniMi( wumilit dm In openly claiming it Iro" c'n'18 t'lirtMii.?nUUU -- niwuaw and I'nnidcnec nro willing, will Mr thinks Peini. Cfj understand this allusion ! Democrats. Tho is N'"raM i'.il who Mop wii. Ox bo our next leb"tab c Htnte lead ing,cmiB if In defcrenco to tlio tone Scrki Mke$ 7Wi. tho 01 Min- OO lm(Uv lHvlllert m ni0 creating cutlitiKiusm rud tlio things !, " "1 j unn .tn..r iion. coarse brutality which acouis to !"--acandinavlan newspiiper iilniortM that victory is made of iu the; ..A.Atn Ii.id nnmnniit rnrtiirifl ta- - lllcmaencS.!Ulil .;"" ,11ilnfF,iUI,!,.,r fimt urn nf COIlllty Will CO Democratic. Ho liia.Miiion.wearrrafullllnof ranks of Democracy iu Illinois. fhnn nml .lome.llo pnllUe., they inFANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, 'J0 pievoln.,.1. . In h. len.l. """SfAnother grand success for De- iig nmioimciug tlio fact slll,t ,,ccrcn80 ,,, tUo 1eimbHrail vito ua 10 rq.ly to II.pIp InsulLs m , ....tl.. our ,,r.: '''W' mocracy is iu sight. m ?,mprf,0llI,,,.Vl?l ,1,L'' tri" itBni'8: S hiiumIiiilIiI, mid 01 wt .!.-..H.e- bi vote of tho Stnto Mnco Unrllclil ns -re-- : wo limy I.o Wc Xnncmcn nro not hty In f rmir.R, c..rrlc,i '"l'l;" TiiKUR lias been an almost uniit .,.. 7U 0oi) maiorltv ItUt t.ey will voto en iiiiibso for mliul tlipm or tlio Trout nfTiiir." n.ll.tro lo .nr wni'n.,.n. l!v onlv i cot- i..it versal excess of rain iu tho wMH'tliii. Iienonlr RffMlnn Uli,.ln tnrr,f,,..U. V'". " f f! rlovolwii . Mr. Slllllvnil RalllllO Htmulnril furtlinr itnvii; CLARK & MADDOX. Ijickman garble Works, ton States, which has Interfered Thfra hn.iu.. i..w.......,.F. oxiiu-.!..,. .',-.- ,. nml i ma oruy, nnu u 111:11 iiunou inc vnrL- n going v.u uiivu iu ui,k. iwbii U nation oil t r, Kmttitlty and Cttulon Slrt(tft) with the fruitugo now generally ..!. DfinouMiiutjid Inm Dumocialii! over II Ll incrcaHcu aicv 4Scni.tUiitin fintlimc, nianv of "straighten out" somo of his Dem A' J'. II I CKMAX, Now. for tlm III order. Thiscoildltion linsserv-itoun0.000. GhalrinanOIarkson.ofthc filibusters let us nt least know It. ocratic friomifl, whom ho had - - - KY. HICKMAN, American couscd to steady the markets apdnst our countrymen will voe t Ii PerifrrjitJc Uepublican national committee Wo will toll our wo Imvo rerclvcl wrll Announcv ilil Miej C. ll.UI wiivf hM not ad- heard were "going wrong" an otiierwiso declining tondency tlrkot. Till jeir the groat majority I". from Ohio, has sounded tho alarm ins frankly that or vr)UdiK iiuU Krti Miv of whlrh tiirnhifc ou n diHcouut of the present lim Swf.hah votfflovcrlo I'reaiJentClavvlan'ra to tho Hcpublicans of tho Stato, vanced so far toward ideal Chrisa In Hanson Craig, of Kentucky, is wo are piepaied t7 Itaman ani American MAiim.v ifed supply against tho heavy sup-- j aiipport" nhil admits that It can no longer tianity that ? I probably the hoaviest man in tho turn our cheek to tho TOM II ANl UltAVK MONU.MKNT0, ply supposed to bo shortly foitli bo considered certainly ltepubli weight Is given nt world. His Tverylltinr fruih. new, rlran and cheap. smiter." ST0NKS3. nu: miixk Ki.Kcriox. coming. The consumption of can. thirty-seve792 poends, and it requires AU, thv will continue lo ran ho In stock, a fine lot is ou a scaio of unexampled To say tho least of it, the situ(ho JSomI yards of cloth to nmko him Tho Maine State electioiis occur oiu coitv Nutn.vs HAVIN0 Italian Marble, Iof preX IC ft. It Y , ant VITY l magnitude ou both continents, nu tho 10th, and that Stato is ation iu Iowa augurs well for tho Ahnoi'I mon is six feet 4J inches iu Ho ft The com crop of tho United a suit. is 31 years old. and woigh butter. Frcih pared to II all orders. Cajl ami ti amine and the trade iu products contin- swarming with all tho big Hepub-lica- Democracy. Kven if it loses tho mid have feu red a height, iay work. bread caeli iy, Alo n ues spirited and large. Ordora from the countrj promptly speakers, with ISlaino in the Stato it is a wonderful evidence States, if tho weather works out cd oleven pounds nt birth. When find the remainder of its task as favor- 2 years old ho took n 1,000 prizo BTJTOJSCEIK lend, speaking night and day. of tho growth of the party to I'LAonn United States fJo 1o KouiKl roaTC nn rhillcnjetbcinaxkc'l In tldnllno, Al at the door of every store Why this tremendous eflort on n a Stato which only a few years ably us what has gone before, it tno oaoy snow in uw iuik, promises iu, n wncro mo nceeseniios oi urn are snre Hepulilican Stato!. No Dem ago was tho banner Uepublican sidered a to be what might bo con- tipping tho beam nt 'JOG pounds nt Z1T providential reserve to sold, and as the customer leaves ocrnt has, or overbad, any idea of State of tho union, so closely di protoet tlio time. His father weighed lo CJ I NTA11M1, And get your UUcksmlthhiB ond genera) itntiotis ot Kurope, that V T. 11 IM A vided us to bo doubtful. It simptho store, compel htm to pny fifty carrying Maine, and no Democrat I,0IW," and jhis mother 122, (JooU ilvUrcred lo anj pvt of t ho Ciljr In connect Inn, Wagons, T8'"1! Ihifgleai IteiulrmK douu at ly means that Iowa will fall Into not only from tho expense of very cents additional on every dollars'' ever thought of claiming it, and &o , fur lure (ie ut a trial a short high price, but oven from actual TiiK Chicago Inter Ocean says wmiii no ims purchased in that ' Ofl filP HO Wt Iliniv tlin llML.nrtfiira the Democratic column iuWestern distress nud sutlering. That grand novll u" "" "w finif mi' iuiiiwutum aro making no special effort to whilo and that other which Ilfty cents is to go that holt is unanimously ucmo- stoie, est of all food crops promises to emtio.: . can it bo possible that nil Corntr of Obion and Kicking t Strttti,) the pockets of such men ns even iucrcuso their oto iir that States will join it. Chairman Ilrice is now making produco 11,000,000,000 bushels, an th Uenublicans down tlioro have SALE AND LIVERY STABLE HICKMAN, KTT State. to euahio them to a trip through thoso of tho West excess over our homo require- iniipdf Tho Original Wins. tho Illaines and such like (lood Work atUockdiottom Trier. My inputs of 150,000,000 bushels. a Mrri.i; sritoo!:uv C I', Slmmoni, Sl I.ouli, Crop'' era States which ho considers at (Jluuy CaHtles; nud tho labor!..V Simmon Uvtr Medicine, liu' J niritlu. & tnoro is also that excess over an Tho Itardwoll Strsa.s: "Tliis doubtful. ing man will renlizo tho boauties iHo. In (he U. S. Court dkeat I. tuT.MlM, UOIIK a upeclnltr "Gtt ll.filln. fron'rA O.Stmmntii IJ. uveiogo crop, so that ono single KLNTU0KY HTltKET 33STRAY TtfOTICEl of a protectivotariiTasudvocatcd dintiict has never produced but cr Itrirulator, LCJ ly Zrilln iSM. JOIIN F.dKAY. crop of ouo nation may balance ADVin; ro r.i;ni:us. ouo Oscar Turner." The Old First by tho Kepublicau party. conitantly ou hand for hh marilfi-t- f ft,t a, it m, n lor 47 yttrt CUrcJ iNMOfciTION, IllLIOL'tNfttS. Wo commend the following up the cereal shortago in all na- 'PAKKN UP AS A STKAV, on or nUiil and ulo has a laudable habit of slicking l JVIPirlArSfK JlBArACtllI,toT .IiMMiK Coornn, of tho llntli tlio lGt'i dnj of Juljr, JWJH, by M. IK UOKSBH, IIUaOIUQ and HACKS. ArrttTiTf. bouM hTOMACii, Ktc to short editorial from tho columns tions. If tho greater part of the H Imvo ltcv T II. Urimt.I'AitorM. K. ('iicuit Cnuit, has decided tlmt closely its tho men who nml even of tho Philadelphia Keconl to our surplus be required abroad, or Johnnon, lltlPK In miion coiinlr, Kr .in; IUtIiic purcliaieil lie italdf, hornet confidence, Church, Ailamt.Tcnn,, writei MI t ai r in f IHmnn nnd tnllcii and entire outfit of Y. 11, rinmiaer tho proxisions of tlio charter of nncr uicir unnn iiiuuni navo btcn dcail but only half, even the latter would sjillh ti"t Mctlehee'rt X HnUf on tliH rural friends : "Tho farmers f retirement no p'opou to contlnuo the tuslutei, ami lor your Ornulno M, A. Sim )wl..KMllle.Rlvl..R tho Uonr.1 f ' nro over 7,000,000 of 'em in bo 150 per cent, moro than nn Moscow nml Troy roivl, ONK I1IU0WN I tu meni Liver Medicine. there olicll patromgo' " but nc ' J tho country appear to bo waking lormor years export oi com Hie romilKD IIOIWV:, nhout Mliand IiJMi, omctimel lml to tubstitutfl spaco pmyorto pant Icn.xo , CmiBtL. Zeilln'fftulC'oryour Mrdl NOimiihlfl loname all artlolee, in hIioit irnoda. Tt cine, but It don't nwcr th iur iiik riiiooi nijuor in lliut own, 'tho illHtrli't Iiih general dcndonclcs in Huropo will nd nbout Wyvnr old, rWiiIdod fool fCcunxs ," ,,u n up to an appreciation of their po- i!.. L RlronK Come and see. at vj 'Jl1? r ...tut purpose." i.n TTiiMlirand on left Ihlcn. nml lh .t. iPIH-ntho local nntlnn l.uv wl.lnl , .V., : LEU and Moseoir Aienue,tho corner Ul Ky Dr. J. It.Orirrt. H.litor TS wil l'M"0n8 WtiH ims litical powcrnnd rights in the laud. Kail Illckmrn &w Pattitt, MrmpiiU.Tcnti. aayit II. A. & 11. T. .,.""-,"U,,V Iuih ni..r.i1l...l il.Vr ' mnripim iirnilupnra . I n.l.llp mnrk.i on hack. .,,.w l' irj RcsReu ny uoi. Turner and tiieio If the men who plow and dig nud Inn tn AktW.. .. V... "''i"i I.m.in rrtclvcU a purkae nf vourKitci coiiHideruhie excitement over tho is no apparent ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Inlli Inr, ami have uJ lulf u tU when tukm n Im hid on a sow and reap shull onco tako hold any event. Our corn surplus may , Ir iM furo prospect of its A.. JL. t worki like chArnu I wnnt no decision. Tliolnjorn who draft hrdf worn, nud n nbont weaker. Com IcrJournn!. In earnest of tho problems of gov- more than balance their gcneial Morin M hrhllo wlthn enrbhli. No r later Itrpulator anil err Irlt PHYSICAN AND SURUEON IlICh'MAX, - - - KENTUCKY cd tho new charter nre lopnrled Ulnly nu ntcxo rtZciliit'i a.utuia ernment by tho people, tho scurvy deficiencies In all grain crops. ,ch worn ,le,rab,c nnl ns siirpiifled at tho repeal of tho KENTUCKY Iris stated that tho Mormons politicians and scaly corporation Their hhortnges amount to 350,. - l.1 attend hi alf biuhtCM cnlriilcd IIICKMAII, old law, an they had not intends! ot Utah hnvohnti'dit loniutnMfnu attornoyn, who have so long rid- 000,000 bushels, and our corn sur. M'ji;ilqbCl? Ms rrofosilonal Serfleei l lltrir onro. Sl-dlnn.l il.li A2. in, hs. i OrPKllS Illokwaa aud vUlalty tnat It so operate. In other wotilnv or land in tho State of ciiiliunhiui, den on the backs of tho imiHHea, plus may uuiouul to 150,000,000 DlTiio luruiluic Fachrr. J. MllINnin.J.i'.KC, luoy Uhl not k now it was loaded.: Mexico Jorcolonizati-bushels. to lake to the woods." auV'l'l Mirpi!scs. will Imvo every illicctloii nnh n question of how much ma Joiity wo will want, Tlio lopoita ore coming Into liemliH:irtei from tliat iory direction, showing aroust'lcudiind and Tliurn.an aio ing unpiocetliMitod eiitliitbhiHiu in placet Unit liave heretofore been regarded as Kcpuldicun Mtung-holdIf tlio plenum Mate ot feeling continues until November, I would not bo fiuipifeoil lo ace Vermont go Democratic." It is apparent that,the greatest FOR PRESIDENT, obstacle In the way of victory to ticket in GROVER CLEVELAND, tlio National Democratic prevails tlmt the niiionir tlio Nationals Democratic or M2W YOIUC. man agers. We confess Hint tho pro 8 pccts do look, might and FOU I'liorrrlug, and Congressman Scott G, THURMAN: mill others who ludnluo in lids JJLLIJN ihmhtless tulk of i unlk-ovcrfeci that way, but we fear tlmt such cuthusdamn i& a duujerous .... ....,. - ard.i MivhirlinWcartcr. The rouniKUjsoimi amy u 07) iiiioiliy. Tl.ev that tho fight tIlc mm ? iU the t e mil tiinj hinging on It Is "From l t coriesiMHitloiit : tion. lie In best iurotumiioii Sspufffi T, s. coNflunssMAN bcott, tlio well known leader in Pennsylvania, caid : "The canvas i boom Ing and converta are being made Ut the Democrats every day. The National Committee in working in 'Mimplete harmony and nro doing most excellent woik. CIc eland will carry all tlio doubtful Mirth-c- w'h Urnln r" I J,N'W In mi Interview at Saratoga, X. ! llio Now Jeise.v Deiiiocratlo .tin r.Mni.i .mil imnrn. bended' no sciIoiih liilur.v to Ihu State Committee held n iiicetlng In Juraey City icceiiUy. Koportii liiisiiicBs liittfrftttft of tlio bouiitr, kIiow that no matter which parly wins," was ffom conimltteeiiien Mr. (iould's answer to a question Hro ia no doubt of tho btntv tho National Dcmociatio on tlmt polut. "II InuIwiom claim. ed in everv political campaign bv JUcUi't n handsome maioiit.v. Al. ' MoDormott, Chairman of e.irli party that the success of tho' to tlio committee, estimates that he opposition means destruction innv run iih JiIrIi as 10,. the industries of the county, but will ot full short, ho I noiicc that after election eeo.000'. ..w... "im .pnuicumi tlitiiif LMies on nice v. Now. I be- liec, lor instance, that ireo wool bugaboo of the Republicans Is not v Mutual Life Insurance Company, .? W.1L1V B?$ llK polity The Larrenf, Safest and JJest Com pan? in the World 7gg uiiki ASSETS $119,000,000. Paid Polioy Holdor $245,000,000. A. A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. ACADEMV. . OENTKAL (r ?rl (r .r nurltlr. or onto. ,; r)t llX 3,aruy.. tldaris b i r . ( I xyork iio semi-barbaria- . I n x'i -- . bH-nk- . i ;VZ .,.. , n... dis-polle- .......,. '1 i What to Buy? I "I J. I ARCHITECTS, and D. MDLLMD & SOB. d j - rr COHTEACTOHS BURS, Kontuoky. j i- - 0 J sjt-vanl- a rou-gressme- n i u V V .. r. HKCKMIII BAIK. CAPITAL, Demo-emti- o j - --- ... -- ... IViiMM-ra- t rJr rrd ad-lim- - SAW MILL 'DIRECTORS. pro-tectlo- n - a supi-ose- , .... For SggkXo V to-da- . IDSTTOO-I- ..!! -- A. F. OLIVER, TS I u. wit-ness- Domestic Sewing Machine. i- - HERTW15CK. BALTZER & CO. a a a 1 t j I .... ' n ... .......j ..; ( 111 t i - Vice-Presiden- lVrZl Zr"Z b!Sncoi?.' ,.-. . 'J to. ' . j!,"0 .,, -- ..- ..- , ... v, HOTE .!.. to.nuiiKcrAL UHM'ti "...U.tan a a J ""fc offnL.n - si . Jff lll"l' &o EJS HICKMA2T HIOKMA1T, Iif lainilv Grocery. I flrl-cln- "WAG01T, AMAGD, . ,..',' traus-At-Inuti- TJOUGLASS d rt I u cot-to- n n John Witting i- im XA0, in K u GIIOCEIUES TKIAL 1 EICKMAH! SHOP, UVUtV ! in-t- o n THAT FIGHT J. F. GRAY'S, - Faius M Paiikek, I K-KUI- h so-cur- one-li- 1 Ominc-ilm,;.- , Lmil :"t 1 Family l I 1. " ii J 111 ' T' T-- A DK. FARIS "Vm Wild novy-'7U - - l P Y Bw I h 1 1 4ifcJ V HPr Hlc Jf A ilfeMVWV'SSMMM ww L nrwwm t ,x.irteuim&' . ... - -- "" t4 iffMMHysftHHMHHHHMWI fJlm . .'jtOMLJajAMBBBBBBBBKLLraBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBIIaBBBI igakiiisuimJwBh-!ii,rtI , ! , rV a - r r ; Vrn -- i-f- -i , V, : 4 .. 4 ',: ; , -- " V3iJili !""""""""",,BBB,,ip"i i fcW w hm I it j i ui - . m 4 mmimmmmmnmmmmAr i P 1WfcWM)JJ 't WATCltW. i i I CLOCKS. . L DURMMGAMBi HIOKMAKT, iti:iq()AUTKiii - "SZT. Baraips. k Hurrah ! TIio people of Tlickinan and vicinity liftvo struck it rich Little lioys and girls arc singing-- little babies are smiling, and everybody is happy, all caused by the great , Wlxej33. "'STotjl O-ROCERIE- SS wiwwwtfwiwia wwwm awJia t "7V"sb3a-V'X' SUITOL T It i)V Tit 12 OLD HHLIAHIilJ run AJusical-Good- s, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, w it irt -- ' FAMILY GffOCERVi nn m 3Ij9 O MM)t A O iz nut W ) F E IT I ST C OF THE a 1 CftMI'LETC T'tf ; !' SIIELK AND 1IKAVY UOOUS. or i Mtiti2 r it ki i iti Jfcay Gooit l. liMrul i ru of Charge. 1'Ulif t i HTrruru Undeniable ConroM, Dtfinncratie HEW Witlx offcMTct W tffc B 3E3C authority, c nnnaiin'e JuIko J AS. lVblifi iMIhr treimiy, a candidal-fn- r o;hi:h. to I it fHilJH-- t lie rut ion tif (lie tjr LOCAL NEWS. Mr. It. L Alexander Is visiting in M3 flflil. The Unugrosslount piiiunry election occur, Oct. With. Minn Stella Mlllard in visiting friends at Clinton. Miss Julia Kuguii, of Memphis, irtltltiK AIIHH I-- . Sceial Attention picn lonrcfnriu y0ung men for butfocj.aiiil iluileiiUfurCullrgiJGi Tuition pitfrtMe inonlMy li.nilvirife CLOTHING Come and sec our Domestics n( Wouhl you believo it, wo have ft 1 lrinitry I'npilH, rcr Monlli BEST ASSORTED STOCK 7fi n , ?S big lot of Towels, with fancy mt HON; Vlnlormrdiatc 1'tiplA, Miss tleutilo Mnnernm. of Suits wotth $5.00 for $4.00. 5c. and von will want 1000 aids :! 00 Mo&Ht o cents eacn. I 00 AilvanceJ Pupils, t Month fiO Suits wortli J uoniers, ni 7.ri0 for $5.00. Caco, is lHilitiK MIhb Ada Clark, at that piice. Wo nro selling A.... 10c Domestics at 6c per yatd. r0 good Suits at $3.50. Mr, Loom DcMontcomt, of hi the City, tho Tarcxt 7ViVw nml HKKI3 you a in: I ppin u B. B. dust think! A good ault for 3.50. Oiuro, win Iioirc on a ibit Inntl Hoeral xearn. jo( A big lot of Calico at 5e, woithOc. tho J!cl Value for tho llig lot $12.50 Suits for $8.50. wecK. Oar 5c Calicoes aio the best in 75 spring st.Uo $25 Suits for $20. SHOES! SHOES! 'Anollifr Monjfrful dUcqvcrr liai hem money, arc at MIhaor Sallio Mcacham and tho market. Fine Suits at big bargains. Hint too li n 1ml count In this lino wo ofl'cr big bargains! ctiia Knlcht, of Fulton, uro is niftdc nmlf&niciiftl Itt clutcliti In thti lirr ujton '! $i 25 Slices for$l 00 illui: Mis Anulcc Kfliogcr. LADIKS, ATTENTION I uiliAtoMl 111 cvrrrt . PANTS. ariurn " 1 25 1 50 mt Good fancy horde rod handkerm Look I 200 pairs Pants nt 90c per The liiiropcnn wheat crop Is cti,ilpnthIter vliftl orgKiit wvre mulfriiiipfd jm " 1 50 ftecmet! linndnent 2 00 rid Ver llr i chiefs at all prices. pair. Ulg bargain! Come quick! ftlirtil. It will lakonllourBurpliiM u " 2 00 itonlliolie cuSlilinccMaiitl nnlrflM 11IWII 2 50 H II ITA V0 Good rants nt $1.00 per pair. lied Spreads from 75c to M. wlinil to inipply tho drllcirncy. n ot ;lrf. She l;.ul.l ofu.ft lttlrof (V, TjjjlAJ 13 t Pants worth $2.00 for $1.25. " " 2 50 3 00 Lares nml hmurouierips in nil va h " Mofisrs. ,I.M, Kvlil, I)o Aui. Dr Kinr w .New lhartrr for Coniurur. 5 00 3 75 lieties at tho Now York Store. Ono lot Pants worth $2.50, $3.00, lion him) m much relieved on uMiik Iiorg and U. L. Aiuxandur, loft for (irt Unw that pUv TR sT nil night ami with $1.00 and $5.00; come get them And so on. Plenso ponder ocr rarajionld, j.rk., hint Saturday. one bottle Iim luiraculouily ctiftl DKESS GOODS. these prices a few miuutea and for $1.50, $2.00, $3 00 and $1.00. " Huh It Mr tfrr NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRICED HATS, .Hbh Anna Unltzcr loft Inst wilt narae lUinilsL Lutltcr of notice the amount of money you Como nml 6eo our elegant stork of W C &c, Jt Co, tilulb. N wook forPfiiioi'toiil'ollege can save. CAN YOU SMILIJ1 pretty i'attornft, at low figures. .MUs (' . (irt r lOclrlnl bottle ntJ. W. I'oivglll 10 dozen Men's Hats at 25o each. lioys' and Children's Shoos of all uur hiock oi nuts ami (japs wo Anna ulll Ktaduato this setiHlon. htugtore. . LiL kinds nt prices that will pnralyzo ofler at very low pticcfi. Theso aro good Hats, and to get Tho first front occurred Hept," Itoh Ingeifloll, In innking n A big lot Corsets very low. you with astonishment. oneyou will have to oomo quick. K ICKI2P OUR STOCK Ulth, hint jbrnr, nml thin car tho ltepnjlican Kpeech itt Suraton, That ho has ever carried, and nt PHICSS as LOW as tho LOWEST. Til l.i for tho 25th to the X. V., lirodlotion last Wednesday, In defend .'loth. Full nml Complete at nil in;: the Itcptihllcau poNitinn of you So, Mr. T. H. Wapconer, or , laUhiU tho tax oil of whisky In , conwe is to you wan in the city Saturday ami stead of clothinp, said: "That if times and invito your Inspection. Ho does not fear to comparo prices with any ono; nluf, in fact, hid Unmliiy, iftilliijc lilttftuii! Kid. T. the Mississippi ran linn between Stock is complete in every Depaitment. save K. Waenor. rftr Call and oxnmiuo lii& goods before buying elsewhere. We Lsi no Honsi lliiiiisill lis! bouoVnmMuffi Hon. Joliti M. Palmer Ih to bushes there would bo no more npeak at Call o on tho LMtli IiibI. drunkenness than there Is nor." nod mi cAourtfion will bo in order There is rcat exeltoment muoiip SWL"V! for that day. me ltepuoiiean managers over In JMBJ" It. 8. Murrcll has hecu In I'ad. persoll's opinions. If uonli forn fow lnyn( asnUtlu in tho Mississippi ran ns pictured bj orpinlrlngtho raifcucah and Hick Ingnsoll there wouldn't bcenouph man Knilruuil. live Hopiiblicaus left by tho election to raise n jell for 'Hio Indiana Democrats have p & SOH, s? tz& ji: Si: ,3c & Just oomplMed a thorough poll of Hallison and .Morton the uiilirt State and claim a nu jrANUPACTUltintH OFllir WmIIM I'iiniiImioiki. HICKMAN, KSNTUOEY. NZST DCOH TO II. M. MAXWELL'S, rallly of 0,000. U Silt, IiUifi:i-t- . W Iluru. In,l ' I cn t(tifte JJwtrio Oil And tho dbl carnth J.trrv U1. ry Vormoni to uImiui fi,ooo or tr .aII vrjf lit rfiitrtl. ... .1.. Tho CouitiErt is in receipt of. ..1. llr l I . ..... ?t izih. THE PADUCAH & HICKMAN. .. ... .....t 20,000, Now let them sncepilown ' I !! mnii itnjv i - I..... rnu tt (urn"! miinn, letteis usking for iJcmocratic AJSTD OOBM" iUtf tmwtimi of 10 yum utanilliip.1 M on .Maine on tho JOth. sriui;v r i:r.iN within two The ptimary election to nom speaker to hit difi'uront portions hnm llarr, tlnifKUl. IkllTlUc, Oliio '( wi.r.us. a Democratic candidate lor!of P"pn county I What lias be Mr. Norton Steolo ami wife, firm unto "Hie Ut AcUiri mtuicine I )ac ir.tunlt Nti Cougietis iu this Distiict, is to bo como of out Distiict eiectoir. and Agents for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes hv Mattlo Kobinsou, of Harris irrrhamlttnl in my .M yeat' rxjriri r and Boilor, " ThauitiiiJ of UmIm other Democratic talkers t Can't company held Oi wilier Jdtli. Tho incorporators of a I'Ictrio IlittvM Station, 'lVun., aro isltliig Mr. hive AlJeO tliplr tefttlraunr, 4.. I. ..11.1 t1...l f ,,... n.i.l.w.nll Klci'mii to ho held at the regu- the Stato Committee, or Distiict fn tl. and Mrs. Geo. N Helm. T'htiai m iiOAiimni hnt Ktrrfrle It r XtIISS mentiou of whicsli has lar uni g places iu each pteeinct. Committee, arrange to give us JaCKSOn K, '1 Hi" Livir. Ki nugl0-ltar WILL GHIXD MKAL KVKUY SATCitDAY. Judge John W. Cou iHI who ' eur " Takes pleasure in saving that she' fioiuently nppentod in these colThe precinct members of the 6omo speakers ? an-- it r ; a U at unit doiur t nttiMiili.il Mm ti.ui,., .i.... J. W ls again In Hick'nisii, at tho same; minis, met in Judge Jlullitt's office counts immittce should aiiange CuwriiUtlruMnrv. at li7l..nVl. U)dtieMdyt reports; ,. stand, where she will bo glad to, on Legal liow today. Tho Tho Florida people hnited for turning cletk, judges and a rouaio ileiuoiii.tnitluii. mrniirwMi all her old friends and object of the uathcring was sheilu. in respective pieciucts, to Surgeon-Genera- l The President of the Mimh- Hamilton, who FURNITURE. FURNITURE, ns J. W, Mortis & Hon will get HWl ltlVl'r OoiiimUhloii writes tomers. andworkmany new ones as tho oponing of tho books for tho hold Mid election. The precinct tits in Washington and issues yeldone The latest, subscription of stock, which was memhrts me: cannot he mny desire low fever orders, to visit Jacktheir factory for inniiiifiuitiiriiii: llml lll nHoiiiliUnl to arrange for lmthor stales, best work and mostroflfiou-abl- done. An adjournment was then sonville and inspect tho Held in staves, spokes, bafte lml bats, c;, Fu ton Jns. P.TIer. prices guamntced. cflectcd until Wednesday., when person. Dr. Hamilton respect-lully- , f.tartod about tho 1st of October.. lpruvniieiU8iit Hickman or elseLodjton 11. If. Ihnford. the board of directors and ofllccrs . the failure but firmly declined to go. K. Johnson. thero beenuso of... o.,..,u. , of sept? Cnl""S. shook whm fitlt (h...i...j tu .... hiv uniKM v imi .i "An will bo selected. There wero prcs Sensible doctor, that, elnco lie Joitl.ui Jt. Y. McConnell. i I vwuiinn 1'iicn ... Ifli. IXDHALEUS umiifiii uriu L'UII II and 12 appropriation bill, which proxies' Q fDrc1 Judgo Murrell, of Hickman; could do no good. Hickman A. A. Fatis. o'clock Sunduy night, It milled or Clinton, and tho M. BHiRO, tho sahules of tho Co.am SaflMfr.ts Jcio Jones. things around lively for a lew sec- - sion. 'I ho haibor nppropiiat on purltlMofthoIilood In every fonuofScrof. I Mducah Incorporators, Judge IJuN Madrid llend Hon Ueckhnm, A C'lrtrlniMl ItoiiHlcr'M """"' lis all light, but tho Communion uloim. y phllltlc or Mercurial ttlsriiica. lib litt, Mayor Heed, Col. Houston, All Democtats whoaie qualilied Sl l.nitUnrpuMlr. Mirhm, i t.w.i. Inralunble. For Ilheuniatlsui.hasnotuaL c. ",nntn'id tlinlr own t5rfl A J)omoorr.tto darkry in iiiiiiui kvuii oi'iiititti m.k. mmi iiiiKii r.iiiti votcis under tho Stato law nrc enThe Democrats had u lally at glula shook hands with the Preii lrt provided for. ThoSttmln ( ml J. W. CO WG ILL, Druggist. Inml.jr. Judgo Itullitt also held- titled to vote. ,No citizen is en- Cieal Springs A feature Judgo Kundlo's proxy and repro- titled to voto who will not pledge dent a Uv davs ago, and declares hil1 befote Congress, and pie IIIOICM.W, pmitml llitif irAiitlniiiiiii of ailair was a tho President's cuied him or the uinnlilv will be passed nny day, "' "- ?""", on l fr,l!- .n f himr!f to vote for the Democrat-i- ing,HieThe polo was raised in raisA revival Is in .roffrr nenrj" tho .. & .... icertuiuiA nttlmi thw nr,L "tlieuuuitfK." noimiKeo. AHE OFFFrivn all Wu.lFr riahi, MJh.iti anT Hnc Karnilurc at greMl Wingo, In Graves county. and a.' forenoon. It mcasuiml JJJ5 feet Vo ithreowcck but tho 1. fear Is""."Jl ... reduced prtrt Ml. orr' ft full line, at nil If inn of .. ii.ii iviariiiui ..(i mi rw the!,4l. .1.1 ill iiiii .. mil 1... ii ..WW ate to local correspondent write . tj in length. On the top was placed i.i.i. tl (V. . .. u ii health v and niiRonrntdnL'' condition iiii CUM US, JtOCKSSS, TAMES, Xt'itfiAVS, M'ASIlSTAXflS, tl'ARDROU&i Knights of Pythias, of tho rttaio .... ....- 0f fjiunblorrt nua nissinat- - rtP .. ' ... munJ0r u a broom, indicating a clean sweep -- Slno, the member of Conm."..u . r ..w....unj , win i.f.1.1 t.o tllllllliU IK" 4U "l,4U ii.t. - ir......nLM aiAunrn sets mattresses, svrixgs. .$et "III Mtflti n gress from this Distiict, is dotaiu-o- for Cleveland anil Thurmun. A session at Louisville, on the LSth. ?. LC,.?.0I," eritablo novelty of thealiair was Anil we Runrantee oar price toN the limeH f!ie u hint Mini Iw ;;.!n:cJ .L,".crB. '".. ,vo.";.c.ilo coinnoRc.I of Now York. IV The proposition to vote iu Washington by imperatlvo all 1'Jth and t!0th of September. iusiiiiiv uiiim limy nu ., i. ...i tn..i .i.. rootnp, a live Cay Wo are in vl. rtnirtfr ona LWOERTAKERS GOODS, nml hdrlnl Casts. 000 additional tav to the Cairo duties that (he wiiole peo tho action rnr-" V""' informed Tho (ititjexpect him to remain and give roostoi was of a upon a smali plat in Utfe line ot Wooiltfn ami Mftalllc line l.y re'iRio..8 i put Cumberland Gap railroad, mieil wnclil for nwhilfl nlmrnli was that nlc Kfjialrin" and Job Woik a ?jecinlly. Kcmember that Kid. H. (. ttimtinoa. lint lin w. ni imiiIIi .v.w-II" "II nml hence ho can form near tho top of tho polo, been his KobertH, of Stamping Ground, "5 ,l can hold them long. Courier- - arrangements had already of tho not attention to, Mt tho difl'crent counties of where he pluckily lenmined until mado lor placing flic bonds uv. dl ,u,, .v K mm Rt in tho iirnlrnnfm! V position. It Is thought that this Journal. t concern iu tho Kastcrn money tho I'tfltrict to make speeches ami tho polo was raised to a meeting to commence at the t tax Insures tho building of tho his interests befoio tho dictilar position. Thon he crowed matketK,aud that tho construction ohuich, Sund.o the 0th Inst. dinner road, and that work will bo com V- WOW wou arecujJ your byPy ptimnry election on eight times, tho number of years road was already and prevented J uso Ackrr'd Drapers a Tnblets. of thoto an assured fact. tho next nppuuchiiig His competitor, Judge that Grovcr CloudamI has got to Jack frost has already been1 ineuced on it this fall. Hon. Indood, Oct. 13th. thine doing serious damagolu Michigan.) Neal, tho chief spirit in this Thry aro a positive cure for Depepala, Iu tho preliminary surveys will begin Whitrfnn excellent gentleman and serve tho pooploas lpsidcnt,nml follow-notiPiedictions for tho fust frost in enterpiibP, has ceitainly achiouul dlprstlon, Flatulency nnd Constipation. 'In the course of a month. Tho good Democrat, is in tho Held, flow down. VTrcrtTl this section on tho night of Sep- wonders for his town, for ho is "o guarantee thcin. S3 nnd CO cents. length of tho lino is only some 'y at woik, and naturally cd during tho nftoiuoou, and was 7 about to sccuro a now railroad, tember lloth, sixty miles, and its ounugli will bring out all his spe- - continued until a lato hour nt llftyflvo or J. W.COWGILL. Druggist. night. whou all his llrst eflorts wero at course runs through tho flourish- cial fiends nnd supporters to vote Mr. S. Goldfarb, of tho Xcw lias a splendid slock of the xcry best makes of all kinds Of ILudwaH incredulity and oven ' touns of Clinton nml Moscow, on the Utii, anil this of couro lie York Store, has returned from1 tended with tho A lemperaiico camp meeting which arc'ofi'u'l at (AK PRICE, and that tho very lowest the iiiarkcL part of his home is announced at Fulton, this couii-iihridicule on V. M. iJ, A. country traversed by it is is expected to do. Stone being tho Kaatern eitlrs where ho nur-- l pnoplo. It shows what earnest, ty, from Sept. 8th to Sept. 17th Tho Young Men's Christian l, justifies. AH gt'J guaranteed to be exactly as represented. 1llcl,caIl in Southwest- uotnmcd at his jiost of duty by ohuHcd n large ami well selected honest, incessant cfl'nrt will do. in eel til (heir Hall t'cn filimfvf. iiiulnr llinniitJnno P flm tTIl JvOlltUOKV. ItS COIIIICCtlOllB tho unusually prolonged session stock of dry goods, clothing, etc. lilt afternoon nt o'clock ..v- ..w w.,v ..tVH H.IVMVM UtUUU iiOligO 01 UiO 1. U. (i. T lmtn iilrimlv hnnit rnturmil In iti ni 10lirrHH. ...,w IHt lklW ... 1114 ttllliiiMY Head their mammoth "ad." lit this n iiiK- - wic ineetingK aio moro U nr0 FcneraJ m' " iU u "Ptcmiiy ivpreHLMii iiih m- Ibsuc. onr other cnirrnnnni in n l!our...ih ou Tho speakcis Anuouuced arc tlco.' V1" terests or to get out voters tolpecmlly for tho young the , . jiiiiioB, winnntmponiNkeimmfwi w. Jtnttu .Mrs. II niece DurbinJ derstood by tho readers. - . , . t iiiu ivuiiiuuk vuiin ui Aii- - 0ritrniiihti4HiinlirnadftretmorikUr? ,. a Niidd Lntlmr iimi Hint tlieso ptttimry elections. tjIIP It was intimated lie is cilUCiis until ladies and gentle- penis eoiiieiiLMi .Mommy, umy -- l nion City Anchor to stand beforo tho men, nro cordially inviti to at- Hm. nninPnmi ni'.. U...I.I, tiftll Judgo Handle, of Itickman. would compelled ono case iroiii Miltoii county thick- That's exactly what tho live, ac- .fualiili Harris and others. The no olcctetl president as soon as people on his record and his her-- tend theso meetings every Sunday Ul directors Is organized vices, inereioro.tnofio democrats nitoruoon. J.iUI " Kn nn, j. u.9uiu iiijauu- tivo, enterprising, growing town railroads trlvo i educed rates. w. w 10 ties ro u s re-iiuii mm, ,ui uuiimii vuiiciib next Woiinnsiiav. Humect rnr Niimiavnft nrimon . eetiou noon to .. ., noniiA .,...-mm ir iTiiinii iMtv ..its .... to iinniii nto r. ""- -' Mayor ami uotinciimen. hohtir themsolvos during tho next Which shall be ours? Dan. .ii,2 til0 monsuro of nrosnoritv. It thico weeks to net his friends to Judo 21: lloiu. x, . t Monv nrodict that no work is ho near and yet so far from tho IV V Acker's Baby rrV m& fiii; ' the polls, or another will bo the Services to be conducted by S. will bo done on the Hickman bar mighty Mississippi, that wo sco no flootlier nt hand. It is tho only anfu 'VWe YGiQAO yet mado Vrceland. hor this season, and their prcdic way to compass tho great uood luetlldno disorders. that will remove all U warranted, Is lcauso It la tho best Democratic nominee. lnfantllo It contains no Opiun Wood Preparation known. It will poti Jas. 13. Fuqua, Sec'y. (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Street,) lion may ho true; tint, some in a unless by friendly cr MorpMnt, but plves tho child paturtU tlvcly jure nil Blood Diseases, purifies tho position to know, think It will ho and common interests Union City 4M6 from pain. Vrlco 5 cents. Sold hjr whole- system, and thoroughly builds up tho Our enterprising merchants begun ami completed before tho and Hickman work together until J. W.COWGILL, Druggifit. constitution. Itcincxnbcr, wo guarantee It. II. M. Maxwell and I!. H. Sanders, Increased population unites the next spring rise. J. W. COWGILL, Druggist. of tho hoiiso of H. M. Max well. i two iu one. On Monday Tho primary elections to nom leave (Saturday) for the eoni.uiiiiijf lnt, a leather At the olectlon held in vaIu iltlo pniKTS. nml 'inc, fltvlinh UI0S far hird A r Mint NUp. TfUST or' rDv"with new STOCK, out and out. Miss Kinum Hewitt. recentlvJai 'or eltios to buv fall and winter alnut 56 In hhuv matoa Democratic candidate for to subscriho ?2l,0m In nddf .... . .. . .. tut lilni'n nioiiv. The fmd-- r will he O TKltb rt uouablo. 1'ntnnmpo otlcI(ed. i Tine iiuiThw.xK intiiuHnrid for TuU, iJoiigiess tins jjisinui. occurs engaged in tho musical depart-"' go mui. 'iliero is a great advant- bbfrilly rewarded. tiou to tho $;I0,000 already subHIkmiiii, lever Oat. Kith. MnilnMfl.orrsl Tho nninmfttrompii mont nf tlm RtntA TTnlvnrultr. f!nr. n?C in Inivtmr nml finlnptlmv tAnds n. T. TYLEK, scribed to tho proposed Cairo ami Sue., Tcticr, Ulcern, Silt ,J'Vu L'i ? should ho getting their election bondale, III., has taken chargo of in person, and this house avails ,'W Touncssco iti ver railroad, t!7i vol wquhif i, olllcers nnd books, and tho friends tho musical department of Central itself of every ndvnntngo to favor ih'Jb curw Vii" or u ed for the tax and L'S against it. octS0-i' tho aspirants should comiuctico Academy, this place. She comes It eustomers. Huying for cash UgiiuAniroJ topive perfect MtUfactlou. Lumber I'.idticalt Standard. or money rtiumini. iTire Ti cenu per uusuiug ior tueir lavorne uiguiy recoiumomicd ns a comne-'aunciuug lor casu gives mem III 1'.- 1.. I W P Mr. IM, lVathor and family teat tenohcr and an accomplished hiMdo nguros,and this has been MY MlhLYAKD, mar llicVman, have returned to Hickman. Ho Slit. with nny Throat or luuy proven hy lady. Miss n( Jluvin TtvOY trlflo Disease Uyouhavo youngher attention Hewitt will do- - inrreaslng trade their largo ami ATKy t eoiiaUting Sheeting and Lmhrt for has resumed his old position Iu Lung exclusively to IVneinc, Hoservo our Judgo Handle was, probably, a Cough or Cold, or tho children nro voto hoiiBo of Smith & Klllsou. Ilo tho teaching music. Tho Oouuuni fiH putchnscs until their goods Uaofnirf, t'iikein, Htudding, ittiftM, rioor-ln' Is a good citizen, straightforward elected L'rciddout of the radncah th reatencd w 1th Croup or XX'hooplng Cough, congratulates .Misses Allen nntl n vo. AkU luinWr various Jluienloim. J ami Hlckmt.u Hailroad, yesterday. uso AcUcr'o English Itcmedyand provent (iide a Ariel j, siittahlo for out li'iilding, and popular, and wo congratulate further trouble. It Is a posit I vo cany Hrlght on securing tho services of at from $3 UO to $10.00 ixr tlioiMrttid. his old house and tho town upon Ilo was very much disinclined to nndxo guarautoo it,.rrlco 10 nnd COo one so highly commended. accopt the position, but tho stockJ. tt.l'UWKLh. ii:ai.i:u ix- 0has. Honnott, colored, of aiil7-lhis return. holders were unanimous in not ' J. W.COWGILL, Druggist. (Howling Green, clmllengos nny "" Mr. Andrew Davis left Tues- accepting any refusal, and so, -I- Ion. J. C. Harris, of Lake Hcublican "ifnntlninmi nf nolnr" EfilVATE SCHOOL DHUGS. UBDIGINIfi, 1A1NTS day, for a visit to Washington thorefote, wo hope ho will accopt. Mr. Hobort Nichols, a worthy county, announces that ho is a to meet htm on tho stump. Wo'll A SCIIOUIJiir Hoys ami City. He goes to attend tho mar- Judge Kamlio enjoys the conn young man oi tno jjougiou pro- - jcnudiilale lor the Legislature from, wncr two to ono no one will moot (llrU on Monday, Auj. 27th, at tb riage of his brother, Mr, Hunter deuce of tho people along the lino, cinct, was mnuicd on thoutli lust.,; the iloterinl district composed of him, ami moreover, tho whlto He Hoi i Kcbool Iiokh', (uar ib Court Davis, of Union City, to MlssIJIa nnd Ills uatiio will bo u guarantee to Miss Kllu Lewis, 'the marriage tho counties of Dyer, Lake and publicans won't let tho colored Home). I'tttronaRt eamettly tolUlltil. "sacj :ar, s: xse: jxi nsr. Talbott, which happy event will of fair dealing. Tho company aro coromouy occuircd at the chi Obion. Ho Is u trood man for the1 Kepublicans go out to hoar him, nnd niUfiloa gunrnntMih Twiai VI 00 nnd :) oo mnnth bocolobratcd in Maryland, near sanguino of being able to build tho 'deuce of Mr. H. 11. Hiufurd. Hup placo and would reflect credit on iwhou It Is knoVn tluit Honnott is 1IUA U ! Nimifif. -- sa Washington City, on tho tilth. u Ih inoomt KI'KFm piuesMund pinHpoiitynltuml thorn IiIh constituency. lontli cAisKFriJ-Ih l 'Ml HO JClllllllffti. Tho Union City Fair will open Tuesday, Oct. Uud, iiimI continue II vo dn)s. Homo handsome urn ufleiod, among which imiv lo noted two irciniunm of Til" and "0 In n t milling race on tho rat ilui ; two picmlums of I00 ami IW In trotting race, and three premiums of i?ll5. $7."i and ?U5 in running race tin hccouiI flay: two premiums of .0 and : ?JM in pacing raro tho third day ;. thrco premiums of 7fi, fc.0 mull i$J!i In trotting raco on fourth day: and (wo premium of $1L'.j ninlj cW in running racoon tho fifth! day. A number of good prcrm uiiir mo oflefed In other and eory elTort ulll ho put foith to imike tho Ffiiro better than It has been in pro-Miliu- v r i 11 Indisputable THAT TUB I I SlSyOOO S2too3s. ojf Dry &sQdsf Clotfliag, Eloots,, SLqqs. I'ats, Etc.. H ig h J m rz ) WII IOBL kk :& 3l 3J i Al W mpffik school. i6S3t Wr 5 Which is bye high prices! LARGEST AND I " THE NEW FORK STORE has conic to stay, and Hickman will soon bo on a 1JIG BOOL! :eli53j&-:-o to tho people at really their own prices. 4d Good- rniffc hhtviTJiM ni:jiNs august uoib. Elficutinn, Higher Mfflb.innllr (Jovcriuiient ndhl hut In,. con Wekii. Jrifllriiuioii ako ctftcriNffri iiiffTntt i :fl:esl:o Urivcu 2 in Ibe Cflhiiimii Srhool UrunrliiK, Latin, Greek, tTeruui'i bcuk Kivping anil the 8elenu. depnit-mentH- . I fine-ces- s )t W. HUGHES, A. A Iie6 IPTa urln T ' "W iP ALL fo M yljljll ' 4 nti-jt- t U-c- 'ft W & 'W M J U: Mnr-tin- kind reader, after have carefully read this advertisement, ask you to given in good faith, which money, sider awhile, and if you want to Olothing and Gents Underwear COMB 'CPO 073c3l. llat-foote- d SiT. "W&wr&B & r GOLDSTEIN 1 Baraips. JUJia aLDFAP: jib xS:'&' liffFC Fisa COSPAir. P; op's, - JHO. W. MORRIS Itopiih-licuui- I.- -. .1- I -- i octoxs::h Buggy Spolses MEAL i I r"-i",- "t"P -- Jl" llif-kmni- y p:in-me- et j ous-;cln- Cnlfcin e - TEPIIENS & HHYLEK 'Mi - 1 fr Wrblaffi mi-K- vir-'wl"n- ot ..,. 111 Furniture aa i Undertaker Wli Boods; M it. i -- ! ..- ..i. '" - . ,!i ,. - - to-da- icisrs-O-'ucic- o Hag-pol- e w- - ??" d !'.-oun- l conijKf-tiilo- u iii-- j '"j '";. .!".1I Z""""" . lr iii v perpou-repnaen- Imp-tls- - Jti!HjXjXj-!3IjDSpc-rr- rp j Iter-uat- d pcj-blA- , I Speech-makln- g v I C ,D eK; j o (tUl..lll I 1 111 , es-me- HOOFING A SPECIALTY ,- . to-tin- - 1 w . I I "nlot e WJU 10-1- IW Mffif Stahb TUCTOIAW, POCKET-BOOK-LOS- T. May-flel- tl .. ... 111 ..... KBNTVCKlt PocVct-hooW- , .. .'. - 1 tw ? KINGMAN y & BOMAE. . u for Sale! I -- l Wcathsr-lonrdti(- ? THE OLD RELIABLEf CIIAS. A. MOLCOMB1I -- i -- , f a 1IM1IM8, 1 ir .hc 't -- r$ 4 M xrxs v cDMrotntr t ,MK A $M liflK .j " wJmrWVWA Mi Ml ill Ti lasT "i FACTS FOn FAHMEnS. A Tnlster. Ilheumatlsm Is a remortesa twister It twists the tnlnlNOUtnf shaiwsi itttrtxluces A llulnes Which OWes Kmplojmrnt to angular projtxMions wlicro Uiaroaiiould curves, aiitl worso tlian all, inukr us writhe User One Thousand New York tllrls. and twist with twin on couches that Hcep Now York is tho rccogniictl rofiw tnUit Cnqucr this truly dead as In its infancy with Hosteller's for tho clothing of tho overcomes hid Klnmaell littler, wolt ns nf tho llvhitf. There Is nothing ney cowplalnta, whli'h uUo nervousness, dricpsla. a shroud factory to indicate tho land fuver. about character of the product Kven tho It la not always the niost onsltlvo.bise- rows of cofilns nnd enticing varieties ol ball pluver wno is the ifloit easily put out casknts In tho ware room below seem 'atMrtfton Crti& to Moiir to another business altogethhow cases that aro vislblo er. Tho lleasant Journeys. Pleasant tournejs can alwavsbobsd via from the bend of the etalrs, with their shrouds, tho Wisconsin Central Mno Ihe employes display of the latest styles In aro courteous ami obliging; tho sleeping ntiddiniDgcara and day cohe aro jawra appear to havo been left there, tenant, mid of any m tho Northwest Tho leaving hours hv somo judnts nro convenient to tho uso tho at priruliial terminal centrally located Al bear no possible relation and tho deuta are I very difloccthr U la the most deslrahlo route in rooms nro being put lo. It Iwtween t'htcago. Milwau ficult to Inmglno that theso light heart- ellW ilirerilon Minneapolis, Ashland and Wfw, Kt Pant so merrily over their llUlUth, Tilt IT AMI I'B COVI!CBI. ed girls who chat S;K?Xn;,- -le"'..'., If "h0 U 2 '? "j, iw Have Always "Wanted The Demoeralle ami Hf publican Ways of wit MnnnitotliU High Tariff. n Very Doing It Kzptalned by rig tire An unknown man was cut to pieces by The policy of the subdivision of the soil Is Tho Hopubilcan platform ndoptod at the cars at Kddyrlllo. Ufa, (lio. Wills, a boy eleven years of age, one that tends to strengthen our Nstlonsl have Chicago and imlorsod by candldato God ursnt that It may be long before we must raiding near Pembroke, south of Hopkins Is hopelessly Harrison declares thut "imports a tenantry suroral days la this country generstlon tothat illn whlliMtUvlne lwie-lwhv nhlisher ttirllT. Now another. such froai ono hwal-c- i. lnr.hful A ttriltl.O USSll CUt across hU nmluc on of ool. Thoso flno word nnd truo nro from the surplus producta of tho farm which by a bnt that slipped out of a tho lips of Hon Harrison In ono of tho can not lo sold In thU country and .!, nff re- - and Nest, and n sinu 7'"",.; (layer's hands. After lingering byIn ths Uttlo cnmpalgn apeochoa which ho has which imift lo sold in foreign counttlos "10 SJ death warded - Tho fWttotlay tlini Iron enn bo Itrentost suffering he was relieved ItooMcr w rrtr,n mniPAlirn in been ranking ovory day for two weoka. nro paid for by imjwru jrotn ..i on the IWt h. sialornt " .t Thoy can not bo paid for In ' man, who had fallen asleep Now moosuro tho words by tho per countrtts. A nntTNKKX coin of A4 (lift rout 01 pruuufi.uu wi KlMf OPoninff coin, because thoro Is not enough 'TUCS' v"'"7 uhllo U costs Wtproj on the track of the Newport News and formance of tho Hopubilcan party. tliealHiitlil lo In ery IhmiIioW. of Congress President do MTho policy of tho auMlvItdon of In existence In thorn) countries to pay Mississippi Valley railroad, near Princef ll(ri surplus Wo have thin alnpulnr ton, the other night, was run oer by the tho soil" la ono which tho Kopitollcnn for tho American f armor1 - ThnalnUII. I'll. ........ ti.nl tlinnlil IronccntersHfCOll cars nnd crush ml to death. He was a party hna prnctlced for many year?, produeta. Therefore thoy must bo thcmsolvcs apainU stranger, nnd there were no pepers on him nn" vw..-tricand tho "subdividing" had roiio on so pa'd for oy iww ?.c"VliiiiAnnrtho&ow. and lii doing by which hfl could beldenliuea. That U by bills' of exchange rapidly that thoro promUod to bo very ;:v,v. uttoyrcjychienyupoii tlie operations iitsre or Krsmi UHI ?";:-"-" ;:""""".. W. II. WKpntNOTiV. acting Judge ittm lnniMil en On .1. i.pimv. .! nun urtitvv, unon tho creillt nrtnlured by llw tho foreign of Hot.criminal court in Pike Couuty .writes Uttlo loft for tho poople until thn Dem- .1.1 IHU o Ihourlff. nhk'h "!"' I Ll.. nV-- U llASI I".'"" tho competition itcro doclarxMl sale of tho Imports! nrtlcloa In this ocratic party, four year? bro, VAXTyttV' tho frecomitltor, for if foreign Buying to the CownVr-JuMithat Is now misapplied county reIcUnthe that tho Kemibllcnn kind of 4'Bubdl country. If lmiorts vure ,oheckwl,, machines nro turning out burial roboi svirsuo trouble In l snivel on iue Iwltom.fut him nnd maintain tills nbnorroal quent reports of Hatfleld-McCo- y that feud, are vision" and allonco" must utop and it followd that tho farmer nurplus by tho dozen, but such is the case, ami in ln to keep O. thing can be said la favor of of things would bo uittl In these sulting from the condition never forget their untrue; that there have been no recent legan tho restoration of public lands Amounting to ilvo httndrod mlllbMis of of the country whore thorn the work is no moro dolorous, queuei Xew theActor4 Ifartn A'Ufs. European fights between them, and that the county to actual settlor. Tho manner In dollars and moro per annum would bo to making of shirts. uo, thus ct than tho protect- - Is as Peaceable as any In the Btote, traJo and tho reoi'lc's which tho Republican pnrty waa "sub- n dead loss, that tho American farmern competition without any ftld from cnofRlo, Jf you ate curious, como with mo to ins prouue-turCiusCELLon Edwaupss at Louisville, redividing tho Boll" Iwforo tho election would havo to lessen KounliT, development, rrevcntlnR In- ono of tho largest factories In tho city and stipar clause of tho fused to order the release of J. J. Cornell io Umber, salt may bo taken by flvo hundred million's tho speaker a nV noli from luiprlsoiimrn lou a will of baWns o! President Clctcland within a fowblooka of Cooper Union. Mill bill nsl following tJiblo annum, that many workmen now .... for yourself. A now be returned in at n Rlnnco from tho ' and ho clearly mioweu uy rum corpus. Cornelison will tcntlon, or public plunder ngrloultum would bo fotcod In tho How cry, and seo In ,nR of tho acres of public lands voted uwny ona and statistics thai, to the Montgomery County Jail. URAND NEW, 6TH9NO PHOOr and steel the door of tho .hop cpons tno notso is bcacn-- al not by tho Hopiitdicnn party nnd of tho Into tbo trades and that iron S Yrart. H. P. Monnia, Jailor of Llvln gston Conn Hclween tho clatter hJleVto the iwploof tho Culled could this result othcrwiso than to whl Atw. M.Hir , """ . country lUfurrln and machinist nnd black-Miiit- nlmotdeufontug. .r to wounded at corporationa nrnong which It was worker rtMiiuullil WU II mr- -l M Bu'ov Who that Purlj cbdio of tho machines on tho ono hand and w tho 'KriUMi ty, was shot nnd seriously by n negro wti rk.Um i ttWs. Iw a. I t ..- nnd earpontoi-- and bricklayer if twv hftd been termed by tho llepubllcuns ou m si 1. f 0. oBa. Hmlthland, the other night, "BUIMIYIUCU. ' . of tho clrla on tho other. sjAB4suii.Ktok..sisrl. Mis. atlciupv-In- g rata principle, wouW nrcument" tUal una eounirj wen vow nnd minors anil nil woik- - the chatter tho of Kngtand In imttlnfcor. namd John Mnrrls,uhnru ho una ft) nnd MUSIS hoarhllUfClf SPClk. It hands hen It head. tJiiioa Pseiflc Ii0ii0 00 ut job ."'' kis u outsldo of ngrlcuitunii minis- onn rnn hnnllv to arrest Tho negro escaped. i.oin 400 (1) SA1.U4 iu risUM is tax- - tain materials on tho f reo Hat, Irsaver I'sctnc V U ten o'clock early for tw, perhaps SC; JW I . sfiisu IU,A) J . v t'nt out ofpowcr tho average rate ol f A wooLKN mill at Ilowllug tlreen, In Kansas Pt.ciric ... tries would havo a sudden and terrible U is now more man iwij WS.O- -e.nxxoon They hate been ruwj ' " , MaiAAf, PrMlft Pselflo A Western saaa. A order that apnitnershlp business may be Ceatndracinc. Central ltrsnch .. 'competition from tho farm hands but not for tho girls. of Union eo,two to settled, will shut down this month, to re "-- -f KtnuvfltvAt PftCine , . !"-- . out of employment This Is no at Work since eight, and BmwM..vu, rCCC SJAlRIiSIJlWt i.vu. thrown Brli(ni,P11.v. k 2,411,10)00 ..lamnU thfl OmOUniS been spent In llurllnelon a Missouri mrcr . nmln rlonpd until January. tuo It la an imminent their day idlo prediction. Northern e at Mingo, California raetric Dccn iraiuru ... a.5on,oo 10 Tiik nam of lh tho center ol tho room n a oouoio row A Oregon ficnt year eudinj t on uno and baalacunar to that m,nUor the wrlt S,lHki'(l . ... ... at kavaaisTS asu DSStna. MA. imien varying In slxa which Ilock Castle County, has len change! to Oregon Central W? known as the corn ailaU ahowlnif n excess 4X,uVrV M Ono reaon why monopolists want a of . under Ilrtnln Climax. Atlantic .fc !acino THI CMUlt A. VOOtLM CQPsnUesft, -over cxHjndlture, and pointed nut and owcr, nnd nil fanteneil to two long ... Houihcrn Pacine. ngr: (cultural tmer- rcoustUution of J,3VI 0 very high tnrllT Is that they know that uud narrow tables with little round this was In violation of tho attempt to uso tho so long domlnu At West Louisville, a small town near Orefoa Central iJtiOH) It will drive farm tabor off the farm had Southern Paelfio (bTncb. . tho United Htatcs, and any interests, the Urltlsa Owensloro, J a me. Hardesty, a merchant, & In tongreas llaton Uoune infA Uibor n Me place cut In tbo sbks, into which the New Orleans, o .. Ihopoerof taxutlon eitodbehalf of any and manufacturingl. ...,-- i. I iiirntNl tholr shot andklllel William Murphy, a s.srnvrti it) ami into comci7io r i - miiuu wrvicktourc..... .... iniciii ni oi operators anugiy fit At tho other end ( lMVrt) rt factories, furnaces awl wiuiw. Thuwhftt hM private ndvuntago or in for - GENTLEMEN. farmer. They had len old friends. Teias Pscltte .. rl.i4s of citizens as a grow down the wage- of of the room nro soternl countcru formfree trade, laid Hardesty called Murphy Into his store, Btockton ACopperopolls.,... they expect to foreo been eneu i ri ish mtlf.plurinif tho The Imports that power. Hcferrlnff totoreducoMliu imi. since ing n qiiatlnmglo. Within this square lM,6IS,Wt idnlc ir ittnf mitt VKVV Slil lalmr. and a few moments later a shot was heard Total taxailt0S ho said it was designed ?i"-JSS2- Sf3 ltn t sit a dozen young women chatting and nnd a groan, and people going In found I iMlii iU.ll S34SjMOUlUeriiisUe I Among thoso fifteen etirporntons nnd prevent tho farmer from exchangvto tho extent of IT&wauA half of which middle-agern'x hmlsewe4WMaee. huiIiwmw while a tail, Muiphy dying. Hardesty was placed In ih Untuihllcnn iiartv divided, then, ing hi nurplus product for imporU hewing, repeal of tho lobaoco tax ..... Ir wMI r' ah m rfli was from tho X Important tl'c-- n SiSoU but of ynnU ,P,V ''"".V: .i thi. rornnlmlnr from tho additions IHUMMs' art ill....tinttv .. is. '... Jail. He refuse! to gle any reason. liriPVi"i theso 103,643,044 acres. What do euch from foreign countries, they can drive motherly woman snlpi out .! S,.rt5l In the world. Her export Thomas J. Sklleus, a farmer living in enormous figures mean? Thoy convey tho farmers' eon and hired help oil tho upon yanls of black, white nnd brown mado to tho free list. In discussing tho S 5oineUo amounta to no attention nrasuro ho said he would iay almoUtho whole of Jessamine County, threatened to kill Itlch with farms and get their lntor at their own cloth patlcrnsof shroud. Shrouds with per annum, only when compared to tho denunciations hurled at It by tho , riTiiMfr of her work-h- op, anl Garland for refusing to sell him nn ideawhich wn can understand, "7"i " - -- A MttHK! price. Their rurn.n N o trnupnnnt long klit-- and shiomU with no sknts M tnr llcpublltan speakers and prosa, but would ihWTU t'o Product whisky. Garland's son struck Sellers figure foreign coiiuuerco, IIA'N Mlllll. IF inim.--- - :,iri'io imm .. while our entire at Ml. Shrouds for tho rich anil shroud to nnswer such objections as ar of such comparison wo that it can not bo disguised. Harris endeavor ort, fall far ahort thrw blows w 1th a hatchet, fatally injur- tho purpoHO v. jr'.io'.'vr.'A'iv.'j'.r.r.!! Import, nnd actually mado to it. of aero burg (ifc.) Patriot. tho poor. And such patterns they for of domc.tlo ing him. j:i ,-. glvo below tho total number ii?f-of that uiri,and our ciwrt ... ? IV Continuing, tho speaker aatdi ' lh " are. in cloven of thogrc.it con-U- t anufaeture-- , only rmcheU tho meaner Kkntvckt ienslnns were granted the ..- - ..a t if imi.-swan iiufs. . WHY. trom other day ns follows: Jefferson T. CPDan of farm lands th.- last year, "Tho chief featurva of tho Mill bill raw n design In white satin, with w trlanNillo 'i" THE REASONS ThU cliitarnlo It uk nura of H9,(,(1i for agricultural Stites of tho Union, long In transferring to tho frro list wU JBat im.M tr ) n(1 Ul cqulva-- t lose act. 1 know !cl, Clnbltun; F.T. Snellen, Clifton; Win. tho numlwr of rarma into wiucu wvj Why TVnicrs Are"lllKher In the Vidteil with soft rtichlmr around tho neck and raSJ' write wmiL timber, aalt, iwnnllljid Ureal nrltaln can W. L. OOUCLA3, OrooMon, Moats. M. Edwards, Springfield; Thos. K. Hold- - wero MBuldlvldod." iih niiitn a number oi ficeey millc around tho wrlstb.tnds. Is Htate TttAii In r.ncleiid. the m.B trnae o wa man, Dycusbutgt Wm. K Hrumley, a nwr- ;- .t.M.Miii.tot nf iPMcr Iinnortanco; of ro-- to o.WlU?. Art. Why aro wagos so much higher in molcIed nrtcr n wcuiiing-gow- n u hw rnnanentivcnrni "- y world aud tno nnw" Jo infrctfict tt tmo A kXILUQHl o t4i,av City; Wm. S. Adams, Cox Land New York of flucln? tno tartrt ou woolen fabricator, outsldo of tho Unltoil Mates she Is oX?rym$ protected America than In ly as Is possible considering tho differ- tar-I- ff 19l,M otttr th .. rAUtUCS ladiias . ing. per cunL ad valorem; of reducing tho S.4A4U Knglnnd?" k tho men who attribute ent uso It U to 1 put to. ,5vh It will grace willing that we UU - ,... 3L''7 Y.MJw LADIES' on stool and Iron blooms and steel rails .elves by trading Jackets with StaPIKohd son of the late mil- Connccucut... Frank -. I.KS New Jerey. H .Wai. IjiU uaa 0hyUtt Ar , ovory blessing of thU favowl land to Iho funornt of fomo rich patron 6f a tofrnm30to:i5perccnL; of reducing the 3M1 ourown lines, but that if somo lionaire, E. D. Standiford, once president New Hampshire.... , ThU plain iMM, s H'llK nm CtiNSl twill raahionnlilo umlct laker. high taxi. Illinois tariff on su3Ur, nnd tho repeal vof tho tax insldoof wo undoubtedly shall, wo break of tho Louisville and Nashville railroad, ... tir.iw except as to day, as Ohio d .enter on tobacco nnd products, UtvtltS 'Hito aro somo of tho reasons why: black garment with a fnlso shirt looin lmtnei aluly Hy '"M" shot and killed Dan Walker, a teamster, at Wisconsin Itnpor-,.nthrough this crust of protection 4,OH ,. iuw cigar and cigarettes. First n llecntiso tho Unltttl State havo an nnd n ralhir which ties behind with a aro Into competition wun wr m """- -; "V" Ixmlsvlllc Walker had been beating a Michigan . .. PHACTICAI. HOUSKKEKPKU in tho chances thus indicated sho and pursued her to Minnesota ... CI.B74 arvAot d.COU.OJ!) square miles ft terri- cord. Is iMiUeriii'd flor novontng iult woolen of tho worl thon we mav cxiwct that m woman of West Virginia those mado In tho wool and Impediment possible 0. will throw every the street, whore he struck her several From NOW It Intended for a man of middle age. schedules." 1,471. 177 103II0 tory, while Orcitt llritnln hiw but i;- jInterest our way. The nnd cost flulto a much nan Milt orn to pass times. Standiford and Charles Patton IW statistics tho tabltM nnd somo now. if we allow Compare tho two hast-crfor our doing it to JAK'Y, 18891 were standing near the saloon from which llecntiso tho United Slatei hao a In life. Beside thco thcro nro roUs was shown to have departed from tho pre by it may bo i cars before It la presented Walker came, and, ns Walker turned matter worth thinking about will and Middle States and was now situated yc.r.i I Pour months -- balance or population of only 14 to tho wpmro of brown and combinations of brown awav, Htandlfurdsliuthliu in the back. sent themselves. The Republican p.trty i protective In tho Bouinwoai. ana niai vn sirt cr Great Hrltain has 1'vj peo- nnd black, some faced with satin, wine am opposed to.thc Btandlford and Patton were Iwth arrested. nnd that la tho East and Middle hvaUjiu upon tho ground subdivided moro soil among ti'toen mile, while upon the 3Ki. even to kuiio Bpace, and r titatos. thcreioro, mo pcupw Waltek U. PfcTTUK, of this State, has railroad corporations than is owned by ple erowdiM ITnltod Stales contain over with silk, Theso others plain idivH.T 1 That It is a UoUUonof the uplrit form tho atampri.W mv.irhv onted In cheap wool and cheap clothing. and 'meaning of tho Constitution conbepn appointed Principal F.xamlnr In th together of ctcven Decati&otho by all tho farmer LITEST STYLES In WO. "it would Therefore," said the Senator, grade of goods, and aro worn by men Pension Ollice. The salary attached to Slates, Now York, Indiana, Connecti- 4,000,000 farmN that produced. ferring tho taxing poer,aml introduces whllo nr umnon of advanced team. Tlio ocm very cloar tliat tho measure, under class legislation in its wort form. H vnlun of oter this position Is $2,000 per year. L'Art Do Lo Modo. cut, Now Jersey, Now Hampshire, would bo benetlcial to tho consideration is subject Ui tho curse whlte-ro- l It places labor unJcr the absolute Wm, was killed by tbo cars S l.ll.Mll i LTI. tw are all Intended for tho Ohio. Wisconsin, Michigan, Min Great Hrltain fanners of Indiana and to all other classes conTrol of capital and while tbo laborer is near Paris. iUtos utrr r reand vast unproduct -Somo 01 tuee nnj iiinr-iyoung. or our citizens, as It would undoubtedly Moro land of entailed eetates mi mother died at the nesota nnd Wct Virginia. loaat compelled to engage on tho basis of free at Maggie JohssoVs ive preserver. duce the price of woolen clothing pay pieces of work, and, if embroidered by rr r snj nZ -l I JiUil W or market price fixed bis supplies lit tho city hoipltal, Louisville, and her body was was volcd to thoeo fifteen railroads by so that those ho now llecnuso tho United Stale hnvo 150,. smalt fortune. This medical colcheapest and coarsest trade, ho purchases tho Kcpubllcan party than is owned by 000 miles of railway, while (Jroat llrit- hand, would col a hardly reach from by the daughter at the 112 for a suit of tho market price Axed under tho operations of found Uttlo gown would almost 1,600,000 farmers In tho Statos lege horribly mutilated. wool clothing would bo nblo to obUln It so tan moicnucncj but 19,000. )t the protective tariff, your hand to our cl1ow. Tlio tiny (7 to i nmi so on in iroi"i-deat from W. D. Wapliiotox was shot and fatally named, and sulllce to aupiwrt prob- nln has aro richer neckband U rtifllcit and tied together in is to reduco tho rate of wages and llocatiso Uo United State Is a fact not appreciated by our people crease tho purchasing pocr of tho money wounded at 'Caledonia the other day by ably a population of 7,600,000 HrBon. of tho Tho litIn mine, ouarrlo, forot and other front with a white satin bow that at present, on account woolen tariff on ho receives. Ablthel Colsteln, a neighbor whom ho had Mmmk. H "tr ?o much for tho mischief wrought fabrics, raw wool and tho tariff on out foreign been deputised to orrrst, upon a warrant productions, and afford a great- tle sleet e ore cotcrcd with embroid- CREAM BALM fj lirtiikUsl sad Dinner Pm--1 as. 3. Because, in shutting Republicans In "suiHiivwing tno natural foreign clothes of at least ( emw pv a Ut on t enables the domestic cap- charging him with having cruelly beaten by U v f at. Olt Now, er diversity of climate, m11 nnd nnd tho skirt I elaborately trimI soUM nmonir tho railroads. T!pcrccnt,,nudof courso ray an almost competition it Jior-j;a. m wn Vil tc IX than any ery with lace. It I a baby shroud, italist, through trust conizations and his mother-in-laUrrhntet and also uoiert ployment to their Inhabitant earrespendlnuly enhanced price for tho med t (MnP. in ppinilfttfl and control tho pro what has tho Democratic party done to whom he a boy only fourteen, other country In tho world. t ". pwt. domestic article. nnd it the smallest sire that U made. people idr. ductions of tho euuutry and the prices to of lliig tuolntliaata with his wife, restore these lands to tho greater hwr. I A Mf DccatiHo, In addition to tin MVki uinf ..m il.( Uoimbltcan speaker, if bo paid, in this manner fostering and prop?4V , fl The style In shrouds arc continually lihi Jt4 ' II t ! If .jtl gese to WsiUngten's house rl f you n.lopt this measure, you will ruin tho tecting those outrageous nonopos that (XLicln had 41f U uI changing. Kvery fashion ummI jy liiu ! 4tt frerjV ' U tho and accrued blm of having siamiereti Mm. 11. woolen industries of this country. ThU I make raouoy by idmplT IHltHlV. Mfi tifcrii 01 tue difficulty occurred. granted to railroad alono: lit log contributes tome rooing uatv utterly deny. Tho wooion manuiut-iurcnecessities of tho people art Itmltin the Colsteln, when the our working people hiirpa--i those 01 dead, liudi largo factory has Its spe-ci- Jro bot'ltt ? Acrii ChiMnn's would bo enullod to (ct a much cheaper supply to tho amount that JtUI produce tho Angry words pasied between them, aud . th K! w,f, nl llnuss nni y k any other nation. Mr. Lands In pr anted ratlroaJ limits Wadllngton was serving his wnrant of arnnd better supply of wool by admitting a greatest prices nnd highest proflls. designer, and not e en death can Cm Halm dUl sn.im 8 10H.I1T to why The) itrosomo of tho rononi largely Increased foreign Importation, Colsteln when that person began scorn wllllngto put himself between them. -- wwrt Jjr nMt rtmf ciinpotlllon rest uKn AM.fltWt!!""1 . , Ulalno docs not prodof railroad grants try acts r ft Knglnnd, etlll tlio than bo assorted nnd mixed with our own Molhtt Coiner insoabiunl a posillou, consequently. In firing, ono 111 taking effect In Wadllng-ton'- s Fortelture tir hv'f t T r5W wages are higher hero underinlow tnrllT A. F. Letter. otConxrest uct, nnd even tho homo production would his Augusta 8Kcch, ha endewors to show . side, Inflicting a wound from lUllroad Indemnity lands restored tl,Kao havo nlwnya ' i wtih-left h JfV yu.f, AtUy, X9, Important nnd more rat ua bio become more U ftfTM r that monopolies In tho form of trusts, are which he can not recover. Wadllngton nnd high tariffs alike, and would ho so maX '" ' " , (whoso daughter Is singi..rl..Ull. .ril"1 ! Hostca br from tho ueccsUty of having to mix with quite harmless in their character and at wa unarmed. Coliteln escaped and Is !lestr1 ir'dy VU rXi"rswife , wrtl underwrtr tHTAT if thoro were no tariff. AT. Y. WvrUL ing) On you not think, Mr. Fonlhoily. d foreign article, as it simply personal bill tho forfeitures undrr Kmlrcfcd all events consist in largo. M,3n,V4 stood fact that it requires a variety of private business arrangement with wh.cn still at House of Iteprese nUtlrcs The nUVKUH'OTJIDnia that my daughter ha a very swot l Mtm. J. H. HurrjirR, of Mill Springs, fleeces proJucod under different circumand the public havo CURRENT COMMENT. Usuoil Maroh and HtpU (ecslalUalty) rrosidcntClovoland Fcatbeily voleo? 1 CUR TtS PUBLISHING CO rbtladtfphfa.m 10ft,ru) proper combination nothing to do. There was an hjnesty near Jlontlcello, committed suicide at her Total stances to make the ch It U n cacy fairly Sweet, Mr. lloboii! Why It Now in tbe rla the K a p. of oolen goods. lands possible ciopeula oi usoiui iuiu. for the manufacture home, by hanging herself. No Theso rcHtoratlonn of railroad about his declaration that, perhaps, Corruption cutely doth apparel, drUeainonwny1 Iloste -- Indwd' A mstloa for all who pur. Again tbo demagogue cry Is put up that appear on the surface, for it Is no doubt causo is known, except delicate health. 5-TO- N alono, wmplcteti and projected during tho Postncror purity upon thus tha luxuries or We F"tbMty dlseovcred hU injuriously tho wages of true that 3J r. juhiho, flooi little later " it would affect Mcrtsn': fclTtt administration, Herfeet were resting heavily oa the Good llrothcr Cleveland1 HMatsltloa of life. President cngagoJ In that branch of tho csts that ho holds In the corporations of when found. Mr. Holwon, laborers WAGOH ScTlES, Jtoston lihbt. mistake. "I !cg paitlon, cloths you and furnish you with given and will glvo back to tho cn the necossary and is of buinos. This charge, too, tho utterly tho country, Is a party to more than onedo- box was robbed of Its havo A all combined fatal three H'a aro but I should hate said that yourdnugh-iefabrics nurchard's Iwi S.M s m a... lieuplu as much land as tho groundless At you cheapen appttsnees to rldo, walk, ilanet alp. just mch trusts as ho thus Indirectly voice fairly carries mo contents at Frankfort Pharaoh Cheatmanufactured from wool you would in- fended. fanna of Now York. Indiana, Connecti superseded in this campaign by fish, bunt, work, go to churoh, cat, some fifteen years old. p9clu Ohl" way." TruaU a rhn fivft4m of manufacturing that ham, a colored loy crease the demand for thorn at home, be r IS or Itv at home, and iavarious slaos, o 4 t SS Now Jersey.Xow Hampshire, Wis- lllalno's three Ta-Tr- cat as the Jual atyl.s and quantttl... all thoBture out .aiitn thn amount purchased very often do naturally grows up under the ductrino of was arrested on suspicion cards and fifty cut Xttshvillt American. and VH things consin, Michigan. Minnesota upon tho price, and us tho protection necessarily excludes us from robber. Ho had a deck of it reulrod to do peuds Vhit HAMTON, wsfcuia lu,s,l. How would It do for llnrrlron to How to Ovtrcome the Dangera of CONrORTmV. 'ou the nuvriiu Atperlcau manufacturer would bo put the foreign markets by enhancing the cost rwiker chips on his person. He w as locked Virginia. Theso are raliroau restora r ! as Exposure. estimate ol the value of b ssnt upon resign in favor of Ulalno on tho evo of nearly upon a footing with the foralono. f matiufAriiiriniT to that extent that tho up. tlons GUIDE, whloh will YOU of his DO eign manufacturer in tho cost lltf ry TholandquesUon.it will bo found, election, since tho Itepubllcan party IIvkxam HnowN, aged nine, and Lewis only market In which the products can bo Francl O'llcllty, tbo recoil of 10 ocnts to pay poiUii, w ork, ho would bo ablo to cuter tho up aud absorbed Is tho homo markeU f6ny still advertises Itself to I"t only for man of No. 13 Prince street Taylor, aged eleven years, loth colored, U n big question this year. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. -compvto with tho taken is ex rnw ik. '"VT't. I r U3 market and thus SBBBE Plastbh from which foreign ctmi.tutwii were held to appear at the Unite! States (tf. P.) Argus. i.i.u h.'M-- . UlTlU UichJtau Aseuuo, Chlco,lU, tho glory of tho plumed knight?oifm says of AhVLtK' Poaovaycara I havoleeit tV. r..MUn npfuliintr in hU own market, aud eluded. j..u... ' Kor tho last forty-twCourt at Covington for burglarising the .. ..... kuM hM Courier. this would necessitate tho Increase of the The Democratic party Is to be congratuencaged tit the livery and hacking huM e at Mlllersburg th other night I umnufaUur'.iig Interests in this country lated upon tho excellency of it I'residcn-iin- i WHAT A CONTRAST. "My orsonal oxMrlenco hns oca. 1 am preatly aided by tny four boys ! sjisT Viiu l.a .i iSHiaiHirif dollar or two In coppers were and result In uu incrvatvd dmiHiid for la Two moro strikingly repre Only a tjuiPhL m." savs CongresHmnn Smith, Wo are roUChClposCUlomo wramrr, mm I ....... bor. There Is no greater fallacy than to seutatlvo men than President Cleveland taken. The Mrkeulnjr, IeroBOnlsm of the Leail Mllwnukee, ...! Arnrw'K'l 11 1ST CIl Oil GREGORY Slplaftrs. m asm mn.u in anil labor HeproscnUtlvo from WAvn:ibvthr oldest, Mike Cohtello, a miller at Logan's mill rni or the I. O. 1. tHUUITXIIDOUH"" Mippose that tho pneo of tho article manWo um them as chest and Allen (I. Thurman can not be found in t:pv" nt, -l lfenm tr HUirSti Hoik Janu4 V. t'c ehfn raw material never re-- 1 very prcat service. ono on tho cheat and , CHECKERS uiaMmffl .... HMf, , "w in uuy maimer controls the prlco the United States, X have expressed my In Shelby vPle, we seriously nndprolwbly thit tl w V r ufactured protectors, placlnjr enl KJiZt&uZ wa..Hitu.aiaa duced wages in n manufactory, hut, on ono on tho pit of tho stomach. They not . JjJJr'iVsTii iir.it 1M fatally Injured tho other day by being rwnttgha'i tpfteA.Air MUr't " of theluborusud In its manufacture. In approbation of tho Administration of Pres UUTU.I ii rn rr bUi ii ... .. .. tm r commerce labor Is but an artlclo of com i.iiiiL thnas .Hii4ri ei u.ii iiin mi contrary, has it tendency to nileo ident Clovciaud so frequently that 1 mar caught In the belting at the mill w hllo oil-; - r- - Cf tho mcroe, and Its valuoasnvich depends upon r ptphmhI fptm 7oliie Into it on this occa i rhcunta machinery. One leg and arm were Iesiocratlc party Know likewise J. texas uHDe-r:'rJSs:- i as any other slontoany great extent In fact, I havo ing tho and he received probably internal that this Is no nM for your lrwaal aknow them." It Is tho conclusion tho law of supply and demand Uaata. i fact, spnfl-ficbroken, tisra, klnka in tho back, and iins la tho At laVtl th manufacturer.dedKe, hut ItU i tfca nf ronton and common aeiwe. . u w2 bo found In tho market; i nrticlo that is to in ii - - a i (.ot.iliUoi, 1 of ' little new to ly upon that subject Ho has Injurlo. Thpycau lukt) side but onoor two of AUmra'n Hcpublican. , but, unfortunately for the Anierieun la- proved himself to bo so aoie uu ri.nntpk1vruroiis. Mv wlfo anddaurh I mmtr tbemseiTcs. nut hia maniir&rturers rho tho was appointed r A. P. Laiit . mr m tho stronc United H tales, borer, wbllo ho has to supply himself with In the discharge of tho executlvo duties Tho Republican movement hi i.Phava arm. uinir Aluxicil's 1LaITCIV i County, vice Henry arm and sturdy heart mo" btntJUtl W er the necessaries of life, the actual prices of devolving upon tho Prosldont that his Ad at AusterlltK, Ikurlon put IHiiinc on top of Harrison is rapid- for weak back and think tho world of them, t I W S ANTI " whlth are euhuucod to n very great extent ministration will prove to bo one of tbo C Wbaluy removed. Yet, though parad- I havo now been using tncra ior iwru; j EDUCATIONAL has been established at BILIOUS itrlbuie to mo succrss ly culminating. A by tho protective tariff, his labor and the brightest models In our history In its ad of the party which ing Ulalno as tho groat ami only years, and always bavuaboalnlho house determined up lnlnlUratlvo'character Its chief character- - Colville, Harrison County, and John II. ii'rlco of it are settled aud prow wo" CTr them VJs on the principles of free trade. Any for- ltlc aro In exacting a sincv pcnorinancu Dunnlngton appointed postmaster. aa.i 'Tho cam pains strong man In tho party, tho leaders wo Journty REMEDY ViiiliSJTll Tub IceHloalcr's motto-- Aa which we are aboui to feared to nominate him in Chicago, Mir rigncr without iosUmUou w H.C. HAT5SS, of Knott County, an esomclaX duty on tho part of reucral oi- tSS TIIE OUEAT ENOLIS1I throuffh life let us live by the welch-enter concerns nioro returned to the ntir cauntrv. Lit down by hU del end- - I ners, from the highest to the lowest, and caped convict, voluntarily chant Trawler. HQMEiu than any noay eo av nnd Anally took up a man who Inspires from him the labor uion which JJS.1 hi5.Vr.f- i- aaiursroiiifca.a.ra.n inanuUcturers of this no moro rigid economy which has been car- - penitentiary the other day, ami delivered than .1 wooden t in ftiinnnrt of himself CT h s famUy, or In country." "I would fiihl.-r.ihldepartment of the Govern- - himself Into the custody of the warden. that tandni 7-- Ir ptrssts determining the rlml inin nvorv Gazette. tote 10 itito iucm 1 Indian. Arbww compote with him In Uualncss College, bcauUHf r, lllenn'a pdPhur Hoarj. menu President Uiovoianu ubuiiiw iuu He wanted to plead hlscaewlth the Govnnn.lnn hut that wnmii Im nhould receive for that labor. Presidential eOico with the soiemn of America, will Working-meHiiro Hair and Whisker Dje, wc did not propose myself he wore recently ernor for a pardon, as if Short llnmlCollip. This condition of thmgs Is naocnatho tocoatrtbutc n:oncy to that ho was taking upon himself continue a system of fraud come without a guard are 0 called because day and going on constantly, and jet In tho -- rH.ii mi.i imtwirtnnL trust and ho has convicted, and bad of adtaw th intiruU of jou voto towhich robs you to enrich rsdaM Pf Hhr UstltalUis Hsl Pa rtb diamonds Koi n two years for forgsentence fMfi tfAo virt gttting and folly :"; . reople km stuck on them ao ofteh.-5- in face of theso facta tho Itepubllcan lead. ootpio- - .7."-- .Vrtlu.. a.iniv Thrn to serve athe facts would not support his . waUlcaliy UU id bw on y nnd Carncglo, .i? ssr-aya- a Kratnintr. capitalists like Jones, VfiStaro ti ery, but crsdonot scruple to charge that the -Jtto th4 tariff Uct .. . ti. I trtm turned Into the prison """"o ( M.M..V thing that mukes tho dlffereni uciwccu give it vitality 'hat he docs not fully com petition, and ho was nmi Ammldown. and tho manufactur OKPPIMIT Medlctnum, Cincinnati, rnrss James R Foter U president of tho Tha Nelson Outlnan College Co., wages In this country and In Europe is tbo prehend ucioro vial signaiuru as an "escape." kv-ers of Pennsylvania and New York lung, nerve, throat diseases. Head fur Niok. Wlftl -kftS rtsr, ci.i..i, " M. Miller, deputy cleik of Itepubllcan Leaguoof IhoUiillwl which protect tho manufacturer. CAFTAiaP. tar.ff for our Cindldate for tho Vice- up money to elect men ,000 clubs with a who nro putting Our country ia tall cf examples of hell- Presidency there is no Democrat throughBourbon County, Iought from Mr. Theo. comprising ovor and tT.., ...mi. ChluoHO? nulck and th dead tha pthar IVas of tho Tiia who have grown enormously rich by length nd biBSfliU W tHU UmU I IUU, of, the Iludlles Mill Precinct, a largo membership. Foster in hTa CoH Harrison, tho friend lh iimii Tout oa JjQUiivlUc Courier Journal. ing at tho enhanced prices which tho tariff out thn doea not feel a personal pleasure laigoIlrltUh medal large hi four sliver way do, but it dues not furnish land who niii.i n romnllmcnt by his vote a dollari,whlch is, no rtouut, one 01 the rarest fldcntlnl letter to tho manufacturers enables them to t iiottw Mr. Hlnino has come nil tho a single example ol uu employe oi uny ui possessed medali of the nineteenth century. Tho tnM thn truth, the whole truth and from KtiroiK) to tell American work- THE MARKETS, inau of such sterling worth and these millionaires over having received of such true and Jefforsonlan Democracy medal Is as bright as any old silver coin nothing but tho truth when ho said n that itn oiouiont mat nuugu . riNClBBATl,Bspt remember, au additional cent wages on uccuunt of as Allen G Thurman. now In circulation, and Is in a flue state of that tho ' manufacturer-- " this Nation" U now seek the profits of tho employer." MAKE 'From these considerations It seems to preservation, it having but one flaw about not tho farmers nor tho laboring men, to destrov 4 W cmolu- to manufacturHpeakingof tho benefits nioln- butchers ,'J1; 2 7) Indiana in the contest now it a dent on the edge as If made by a but tho ftvo per cent, of people of this ing to "reduce them in thoir -.. material, Mr. MacDon-ai- mo plain that iirwiH Common ll 0 4 ers with a free raw C Oil lf8 Having seen tho pauper approaching will go overwhelmingly Dem,......-.-(KKHi pacKrrB It was plowed up a few doyr countrv. tho manufacturer Wtro get mcntH." Q, i ti HgHfllp cited the leather trade, which ocratic and thut drover Cleveland will be ago, of Kuropofrom Huron Cnrneglo'a BHKIIP 4ood in choice .. . 4 53 a mo until In 18W hides uud skins were our President for four years mora" to choice ting " practically tho hoIo bcnoUof tho labor Mr. Ulalno in imiddur at tho 1.AM 3 tO l 4'JS A COMMITTKK of One Hundreil hnslwew placed on tho free list Under this impotus Uiriff laws." Tho ltopubllcun Lcagiio coach, W ft f'd Confoilorncy than he ever (JltAl- N- Whrat-N- ". formed at New jort for tho purpose of pu HI CO tho tanncrios were au.u uj juruimi uuuuu U tho rail life of tho Itepubllcan party Southern POLITICAL COMMENT. H ml Tf i 47 S'f. Louis upper loathor for tho . . rlfylng the iKlltIcs of Camplll County, solo lcatlior uud tt BVt . wan In his life tafore. amiirii sr C Heglmenl and Chairman Foster spoaks ofllclally '4 iuUeilM within flvo years, and later d Keiitui ky home demand Tub Tw AND TAKE NO OTUKB. Oils No. With Thurman to in k tho poochosand ft7 .. Ily No. V. they lngan to cxiwrt these classes of Clc eland to write tir it occurs VolunteeiH will havo a reunion at Ashland for that party. It is no droba parade ,. .14 M Timothy No. HAY Tho last report shows to us that tho ground cf the campaign Is on the 1Mb and 20tu of September. .11 leather to Kurop . or work of plcasuro In which Mr. FosSome Plumed KnlRht Bombaet. 'IOHACCO Medium to an export of 7,a)D,() for solo and upper about covered. If tho other follow say IjxI I.raf .. - M; as ..in id s(14 PtTra II. Head, a wealthy farmer of ter is engaged, but a work of tlfo andoh supoi .uipuria. PKHV1HIONK Pork- ...... Tlio Itepubllcan keynote, leather aim oniy bo old straw thrcihod Washington County, was ihot nnd killed death for his party. With it tery oxit, 0 K7'i were ablo to uny thing it will wagon i.r.1 Prime steam boot and shoe manufacturers Mr. Hlnino, is that 14 .... 1H over. IjnuUiiUe lourtcrJtmrtKil Dairy Ham Milton, HUTTKU-Chol- ce recently by his irttonco in question ho epouk facUf plied by supply themsches with leather as cheap voted up or voted down Do j ou hear that Uttlo squoaky noUe llk Prime to Cholcs Creamery.. of which all know, but can le 75 kj l to no itepub'lhev had had a quarrel and threats per ht.l e, as tho foreign manufacturer, and as a a church mouso offering prayers for a vlolenco had passed. Meeting each other I OJ Cfr I w Thn wniros of American labor," ho APl'hi:S-Prlinhbl.. last year wo exported over rrnmhnf rnmmuninn hrnn1 That I JlT, In tho road they drew retotvcis and began llcan prohibitory tarlillto would openly proclaims, Mcnn not lo reduceil except 1OTATOKS Per VOUIC. NKW worth of boots and shoes that were sold ItarrUnn iiliivtnv I HddlO tO Mr. 0 admit. Thoy, ono and all, know that 4 40 SK 4 CO prices, while WMtrrn nit to foreigners at heard. firing, Head being Imtaiitly killed. The tho prohibitory tariff extends benefits with tho consent and tho voUnof the 00 OMffc lu was paying tariff nialno, and trying to make himself Wheat No naru rcu. In which two UHAIN killing grew out of an affray thoAmorioin consumer Amnrlpim lnboror hlmholf." Thoro VnVtft VJ EXPOSITION DIRECTORY. ... th Moinc I4iUr No. J red. .... san; cUts oi goods. Uforo. to no ono but tho greedy, grasping M to oiyt Pielr lives three weks prices for tho In tlio working-ma- n Corn- - Nn. amlicrt It tho campaign can bo carried on In the men lost 41 C Ulalno U cog- not nn intelligent . , trusts and monopolies. was correct," tho Senator spirit which is "Mr. Ilynum Oats Misru has begun It, Moro troublo 31 feared. Hadford, a very old .11 IS Cti 75 but knowM this U ridicuJudico .. Mess Suiuiosr Brr h" guaranteed tfamni .0"'" rOltiC-- Ne h Ualtn-- buttnw dcclurtd. Mwhcn, in 1,U Atlanta speech, ho there Is good reasonThurman Th foUovlM rpr nizant of these facts, but keen, shrewd United States Tho wagon of AmeriU97U .. At Cadir, lies ft, for believing that the I.AKD Westtrn hteain. lint. 7 hy carr in full ." houttiiti tMr slaUd that tho manufacturing capacity at resulU at the November clcctloii will bo man, was sentenced to twenty-on- e Ai years1 In, ho takes a sharp lous nonaenso. as S nown ami4 VllArL V "l politician that ho many AwitlpoytorramlMtAtiryvoJi eml f. 1 Hit ciuc0o. llied oiHunion aoojs ; liiiuoli! atotmtntt havo lcon reduced present of our boot and shoo manufactories cralnontly satlsfattory to him and to his Imprisonment In the penitentiary for the firk-turn ut tho crank and oxhlblts that can laborers tho "highest tariff In tho Ff.OPn Wisconsin winter .. 3M o 4 m t lifon buying from othtrpariiti. enuble them to supply tho homo market friends In a number of tho now doubtful murder of II. D, Johnson, In U62. rnsaa ibis rMa W C5 political craft for which ho Is ho noted times, under only without tncir consent .. by running eight for twelve months No. aChUaKoHprlng,. 41 Herald. not Htatea of the West ftwdM Ho.N. JosKi'll P. loiiEE, pre,iliiingjiiiixa by saying "that this Is no flRht fur tho world," 'urn - No. '4 months In a 3 cur, and as to tho other four ARTIST MATERIALS. BiK against their enorgotlo Tha Hcnubllcans uta In a bad prcdlot- - of the Shelby County court, died In Oats No. 4 Sll4HI) months they had to bo occupied elthorby t II. IIAItTON. Ill Hawti., manufacturer. Thoy can take caro of and votes, but Trade They havo pUyd for high atakea 1011 K Mess since. ( 0 protest and determined strike. running on short tlmo or by shutting went ' M Kim thomeolvcs." LAUD Hteam orgnnla-Honn return to power ut my coat have dono 1 havo . Li L DIQM BUILDINQ 1 4uirllitiiill. from which other labor down, Tho statistic nttf.AEAnrHT,thelx.year-IdilauKlt- e HAhTlMOKIi ma . ... .i.i.iiiWkllaullvi.Ltlyinl Into a l.trtfflltl Tho conflicting HtatomenUof theso union and dono more to force up wi im quoted Indicate very clearly mat wmi their host to r t tho Administration OitairrfUoUlV.Dl Wm. Karnest, a clerk at the Shelby two Itepubllcan lenders tdiow that tho FI.OUU- - Fainllr.;.".- ahavo M tUi.Vr. iHriiiAlnirPlttatnr LuuiU ruumstlachrd. In of wua W'4 (3IIA1N- - Wheat. No. ! - t" slight additional encouragement In the corner, but ilud themioivoi in a oornor get itrect Ilrewery, Iitiiavllle, was run over lu.lnutM wsUluhsiuslilvo rMi tuis they Is Ii und and to keep up wages than have all Corn Mlsccl reduction of the raw material to our boot stead, It.- -. willY h nudity lucky If (a ai UlWIl eanUaiailtwurfcla nnd alintt Instantly killed. party managers will Htlck at nothing !.,. inuru ilmt wero over inisNod. Tlio V by a ilreet-cn- r Miiwi n it Horn (IUU 10 SdlJU fyf UJk Ag9ntt rferr;l ho 15 W tlft 73 and shoo manufacturers they would bo out of to regain power, Tho mother's arms In tho endeavor dh UN) kovnoto I that tiixoa IOUK Mom Come, now, Mr liUmo, thla is a Uttlo too The Uttlo one died in her fsnfarnl.hthelroBtWrsM.nai:lthfir;'oUOn.s lor ablo to run full time during tho whole Kenned UAl Itepubllcan chief," with cool affront iwinnnitlo n i&) to ths bu.inMS. Spars monitnis iT Uforo she could bo Imkiic Into the house. Our jrlurluui llopubilo has Ofrv twelve months uud to sell their surplus much. which wore toteil up to moot tho CATrUD First quality 8 75 aoui HOOK ts. In population wonderfully within I foreign manutho circuit court at (Iroenup, John cry lutborU that this Is not a light for -'- '.'ifr.M.STEINERT Kia4, & II r joilaoA4MUiaiasisiairfi abroad In competition with heavy expenditures of war should bo INDlANAPOLia ASMS TUIS I isa. facturers. This woull also remit 111 a re- tho lust two dct.nlov Hut tho Hopt bit taut Ilrownwas tried nnd convicted for the tho manufacturers, whllo the commit. tho lessoned m.r.Urof ilnrlon Push, on Tlgart Creek, tee and managers, hungry for olllco, voted down to meet Tnxiw have been OHAIN-Whe- iit- mishu N 2 red duction of tho price to tlm homo consumer, cun not ciitim all the credit 01 tnau fared. TJes Turner). imki corn rtusnup. of peace. irre. havo had babies, too and no flreenup County, on Pebruary 4, 18hH. Tha t'4ii and Instead of riducing tho rate of wages Democrut turn to tho manufaeturers whom thoy Oats Mix ftl Dr.. .Hrl.rlsh V tbtr, thunka to the war Unff, olthor. Neither Jury ilxedhla punishment at Imprisonwould tend to likicasolt U)UIHVH.U:. voted up nnd voted down. Wugee UI John St , CinelaoaU. Ohl. a n k -. claim have received "all the benefit cotno 73 Ch 3U1 choose .l.t......af ..I ... I'l.ll "What has beeu thus demonstrated in lave thu million of linmrunt noedloss ment for life. Ut working-meF1.0UH A No. I.. ....... . Zm1 WHEN tt III I IMI TO auikuii-wof tho tariff laws" aud demand money never wore. ieil hither for the pr o ,m of paying - Wheat-N- o. rniw m vu H. lUJAkS, of Islington, a thoiuuinf tho bhoo and leather trade of tuxes. They fustian and facts, and lellovo UHAINPrunr slU 4ht ' votes with In Older to bo re- between camo m pto of thuso, MVT'fJiifSS. this country should bo equally true with 4di.. ts.a "" t,u,Asi.sia,slis. fielght conductor on Ihe N. O, A; T, P. It to buy iiuiioootfsary taxation. Mtied OU thw Hepub Q15 (O ajrZ u "'' '" means liberty und oj-to power. Povwi with audi themsolvoHof to ull Juste if H xtl ei, Instantly killed at turned rffuixte POHK Mess Unity" Mr UUido will be claiming It, was tuna over nndon that read tiirsl dcumirw'itn. Cleveland J'fmu Deafen AT. r. Werhi. Now that ' in reguul to cotton LAUUbioam, station Ureendale, u protect oniF-- t paint on the aunllght next In tho UniUd Utato a 1 capital uIUj trcta Ltxlagtott -.- Y. P, M vre it U la any ctucr couutry la tho world uiiunAH FOR Rtr-unm- . tralenorMnWQ, i ..(.nllM w,.wu rtAntinnA THE COMMONWEALTH. DIVIDING PUBLIC LANDS. THE SHROUD INDUSTRY. 1 SSI tofirtur ana manufacthome, ure hut 30 per cent, nt "Thoaame, to a very Tho Iron ceninimH. bend-quarte- rs Tint's Pills Colic, Bilious Attacics. drmonl-aculdlM:a- o !:KS,.!cr:.n!:; 11 - 1 ll lwbrnl" fore-brai- Malaria, Dumb Cmlls, Fever and Ague, Wind Aa7K!ivrr1pcU hoij i:vi:nvviiciti5. pcr-hnt- ini CAUTION -. ESESk v; tnt ir B d'n S aiit ong-iini- j.r TjftCOBSOlL i4srr. P"1 For H,homnatlHiia ft. i "w..: lo 1 nis crt-s- oTCW.lcaSVr uy.ml rtfi'sri-- . iT.v:;.rcia6dutiii ing-ine- n I -.. oow. 'tt!0? " I fc. one-quart- ii. '""-'-..-.t- cnni, pont-&nic- i. wjwlng-machlnc- s, ;;""",-, ..... .m well-to-d- W. L. DOUGLAS I10?.?.1 C d, mcr.-lmndl- tr - w, Cum-lierla- m consump1 i $3 SHOE- t'. n-.- "" Vrt ..i"" - per-fectl- y ..... freo-tiad- n-- . S.- w rj 'I"""' llJ& - HOME JOURNAL A . 1 oprorj " 121.-6T- 1 n '"'c '71 'I f W T f vind ntn ONLYriCENTS Ilil-nnl- a. O, Wii-ali- ono-thlr- ely's raTionH MmkSm i?grifLSl J A 1 ,' r ifxzzzxzzx. , B .ft.n tl4 , "f RM-- Pfi K 'f IMI I , Kn dE - A 1 -.- a posT-orriC- E wt o lillt'i' ifiif 1 J yr unncery Ten-dcrl- y. -- post-oflle- "" ma-torlfor-olg- well-know- ejiXtr KNOWJ"TI post-offic- iil..l NEWEST CRAZE ...-...,.-. a- - ? ca srJTs'jy.'.WM.'.'. .E fHll)IIIW,,, 'nt tA ';?. M "?. post-mast- J i tf rfrucrIUi h. TlHESk! ri .,j bm- 0". rcucil -- ""i iit m. ,l;;,JtaStariI" ". 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