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NILtSNED EVERY FHIDAY av gffiMt " w.nH 1W'flf'PiWlB(WW( rgSJJglsiHH "WM ,!i -- way """ frr :r j 14, ,1888. : w-y- r FINE J 01 PKIiNTLNO EXECUTED With Neatness and GEORGE Blro-Jcl- WARREN, nr,t door to Cltr Hull XXIoIuuau, Ky, ion THE HICKMJLW 9 : COURIER 'M SE3st- Dispatch. .. SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, - Street, GEORGE WAHHEN, Editor. Tho Oldest Newspaper IT Western Kentucky. JHL- :n Trlco of Subscription, - LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIOK3, .w ETC, ETC, Iil V. $1.50. KS'TABLISilKI) 1859. HTOKMAN FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER VOL. XXip.-N- O. 49, OrtU cvxica. Soo TJ. f i feffJv. Taxation hai alwaya been the fenturs of onerallona among the good reaulti promised by TELESCOPED. ANOTHER SLAUGHTER red government tho hardct to reconcile tariff reform, with the people'e Meat of freedom and happU vhlle we can not avoid parti an mlsrepre Wferk of m Clrcu Train -- Fire Men Killed nesa. When presented In a direct fr nn nothenlallon. our (msltlon the question of Q and From Ilia Views of ing will afm Mifrtt)apUrotitiMt mo ewiemy rfrenn reform should bsujonplainly stated xx Driving nod Bronka Producing a Citci!tNATft Eighteen0.-- Wounded. to Kept A terrlblo wreck and profoundly than unjust and unnecessary to admit of no misunderstanding. We have lUn Lnat Annual Mcenngo, Torrlble Disaster taxation. Our farmer, mechanlca, laborer. entered upon no enisado or free trade. The rejwarred on the Mttle Miami railroad, ut and allotir clllrena. closely scan the slightest form we seek to Inaugurate Is predicated upon Qptla Htatton, near Wnynesvllle, fifty Increase in the taic assessed unon thrir land rersont the utmost care for established Industrie and OntljeN. V., 1. A O, Itond-S- Ix miles from this city, at half-pa- st twe II 'Pmtrc--.r- y If Pn and oilier prvpet ty, and demand kw reason enlerprUoft. a jeaUrn regard for Iheinteiralaof Killed and Soverat TTaundcrt-rSom- e W uiuining, resulting in live dentlia and Just TnxNllmi"-T- he Prople are Harfur auch Increase, And yet tbey aecru to bo e American latior, and a alncere desire to relive of the Victims War Veteran. men being InJuroiL An extra, fhteen dened Willi Wr lase In Time of pcetod. In some Quarter, to regard the unnee tho country from the Injustice and damage of a essary volume of lastdlou and Indirect taxa condition which threaten evil to all the people If Oppress I.ahur, Con Aienoif, O., 8ept 10, Near Illttnun, QJnposedof John Hoblnson's clrcua train, WiUe stopping thero to tako water, was tion Tttltrd upon thrro by our present rate of of the land. finis f.gtUiiiUi Industry station on the N. Y.( I nnd O. road, tariff dutlci with IcdtScrcseo If not with furor. We are dealing with no Imaginary danger. - ,uid Threaten twenty mlUa weal of this city, a. Grand cjruthi Into by a freight train, and with fleueral The surplus revenue now remaining la the Ita existence hn been ropetdly confeaacd by Army of Calamity. tho Itepubllc excursion train wax terrible resnltv. The clrcua showed at Treasury not only furnishes ponclualv roof of all political parties, and pledge nf a remedy two thl 3f?sU Saturday night, and at midnight unjust taxation, but It existence cons hute a have teea mado on all ildea. Yet, when In a run Into hy a freight at half-paafternoon and six persona kilted outright ItAXenla as an extra for Morrow. Th eparate and Independent menaco to Die proa legislative body, where under the constitution WaainKOTO'r, The folfovt tftjr Is the perlly of the pwoplo. alt r medial measures applicable to thia aubject and twentyflve wounded. Tho excursion ttrVus train was coraioscd of about President letter of acceptance! This vast accumulation of Idle fundi rcpro-aemust originate, the Democratic majority were train waa comjoed of seyen car filled fl&7 rars, containing all the show and Hon, Patrirk A Collins aad other, commit that tuurh money draan from t! ctreu attempting with extreme moderation to redeem I Hop and J was supposed that extra members of Tod Pusi, O. latlngmtMllum of tho country which li needed the pledge common to both parllea, they were with fain tee, clci precaution on part of thej-nllroaofilclata met by determined opposition andobatructlont A H., of YounRstown, about even hunRWKN- -In addressing toyou my formal In the channel of trade and tualnesa. tttTl ifd bo taken. Hut aa. there are no It Is a great mistake to auppose thai the con- - ami, the minority, refusing to acceptance, tothe nomination to the Presidency In the dred In nllflniund for the National Kncnmp House of Keprcscntatlves, or propose another ment at Columbus. of lhi failed Blatea my thoughts persUtcnUy acquencea which Mlow the continual with Just this side of "MeeU" between Xenla and Corwln at the precaution ties with tho train dwell upon the Impressive rotation of aurh drawal and hoarding by the Oovemme t of the remedy, havo remitted the redemption of their Itittman Is a steep grade, which the train currency of the people are not of Immediate party piecge to the doubtful power of the 3n gorernea by orders rtce action to the American people, wMcoandeDce was dweendliiir, when a connecting rod ate. Importance to the massofnurcltlens.andouly ti thus inrltod. and lo the political party 1ft on tho engine broke, nnd tbo train was Ai w Inch ! iTlnnff, The peoyle wltl hardly bt deceived by their entering upon a contest for conee mi those engaged tn larji flraecl&l tran nterprt atiit aotfr abandonment of thn Held of legislative ax tlon to brought to stand. atlll In a nnrrovr cut. n the aikina rwaag, 14 In ioim&alcouTentUjnaDA.ftlpTaalyete in "4H frw aii'l ready money among the Jo elare tn their parly platform that our conserva- waa freightlIimMj No. 37, running a high hin saw the auMlrric tMA U famished when millions of free pi produces, Is found that opportunity trnln at following flash around th nirvo to thl Impetus to hual tive and careful effort to relievo the situation 1a rate of speed. A flagman was sent and Intflltp-n-t American ritUess select their bor and employment and that td Chief Mattrate, and bid one of their nurulter nesa and production which bring In thflr train destructive to the American system of protecwarn freight, but Itbad niinadvstnrtJ rear and halloed at the engineer, who In to rind the highest rarthlj honor and the full prosperity to our rltlxrns tn every atatlon and tion. Nor will thepeeplebe nJsled by the ap- doMn the the grade, and the engineer bad only stantly gaYo bis engine all tho steam he peal to prejudice contained In the absurd allegameasure of puLIIO duty In ready submission to vocation. Now ventures, new Investments in tlmo to reverse his engine and jump when could and did all In his power to prevent business and manufacture, the constriction of tion that we served the Interest of Kurope, their will. his train crashed Into the rear conch of the or lessen the collision, which ho now saw It follows that a candidate for this hhjh office now and Important works, and IhecnUrgemint while they will aupport the Interest of Ameralready established depend ica. can netcr fotfvt that when the turtnoll and the of enterprises passenger train, never stopping till It had coming. When tho circus train ttopped money They prepose In their platform lo thua support upon obtaining largely Unn atrifc hlcb attend tho selection of Ita tncumb plowed t fay through three ccachcs, Trainmaster Aiken, of the circus, got out and tho interest of our country by removing the Incut shall! heard no more, there tnuit be In easy tcrma of the cars and na looking nlxrtit the with fair aeeuntyt by an ternal revenue tax from tobacco and spirits used throwing them squarely on top of the train when he saw the headlight flash the Qilct rain which followa a complete and all these things aro alimulated nglna and seeding fragments u in the arts and fur mechanical pur "pliif around the curro, lesi than n thousand They solemn by the people! cboaen abundant volume of circulating Utvdlunv 1 I'anien-ger- s In every direction. President of ttery faculty and rmleamr to the the harvested tfraln of the farmer rem sins declare also that there should bo auih a revi- terlng distant, lie rnn through tho three on the last two coaches saw feet service of aeunfUlltijc and generous DStlonof without a market unlca money la fofthcomirg sion of our tariff law aa shall tend to check the forward sleepers, shouting, "Get out, for Ita movement and transportation to the aea-- Importation of such articles a are produced freemen. the approaching freight, nnd most qulckr, a colllston Is coming." Tho occuhere, Tnii, tn proposing to Increase the dutlea Those thoughta are Intensified ty I he llfhl of Itoara. of them had time to jump. KngtneerCon The first results of a scarcity of money among upon auch article to nearly or quite a prohibiiny experience In tho Presidential office, which pants of tho thrco sloepers escaped. When bos soberly Impressed me with the acTrre re- the people t,1r"ef art ton of severe tarmifor tory point, they confess thcmeve willing to radf of tbo freight, juniodf a did his liie Aiken reached tho fourth sleeper be shout sponsibility which It Impose, while It haa Ita use Increasing distrust and tloddlty Is travel backward In the road of clvttliatlon and man. The latter escaped with slight In ed and jumped to save hit own life. A he followed by a refusal ioloan or advance on any to deprive our people of the markets for their juries, but Conrad struck an embankment quickened my lose for American tnttltutlona freight engine came did so the I Ig, hcn-Tand tanirht tue the prlcleaa value of the truit of term, Inveators refuse all rlska and decline goods, which can only be gained and kept by alongside the track and bounded back un plowing Into the circus train, and then folmy countrymen. all securities, and In a general fright the money tho semblance, at leat, of an Interchange of der tho wheels and was cmshed Into a lowed a scene that will never be forgotten It U of the hhjheit Importance thatthoe who till In the hand of the people la pertinently business while they abandon our consumers to sbapcle mats. Itrnkeman U II Cochran, by those who were participants. In less the unrestrained oppression of the domestic ftdmtblttrr ur flAiemmrat aheuld )ouUy hoarded pmUct and o;nUJn U.a rl.hti ut AmerUAA It la qnlto apparent that vrfcen this perfectly trusts and combinations which are In the tame of tho freight, jumped llkenlse, and he, than one minute the wreck was piled up, too, was hurled back and ground under eltlifni at home and abroad, and ahould atrlre natural. If not Inevitable, atage la reached, do platform perfunctorily condemned. They propose, further, to release entirely to arhieie for oor country her proper plao! pressloa tn all buslnca and enterprise will, as the wheels, his lifeless body being soon and then came tho terrible screams of the tinoaK thenatloaaof theearthi 1ml there ! bo a necessary consequence, lessen the oppor from import duties all articles of foreign pro- after taken out from the debris. In the crushed and wounded and the walls cf - p wttote home Interrata are ao cttot, and tunlty for work and employment, and rtduce duction (except luxuries) the tike of which can agony from the dying, all surrounded by not be produced In thia country The plain third coach from the roar of the pns nnmerou ohjerta of domeatle concern salaries and the wagea ol latior. was senger train two Grand Arniy men, Ham adarkuess whichlights Impenetrable. As much watrhfultiert iw cure, Xnslrfft, then, of lelng exempt from the la people of the land and the poor, who scarcely soon aa possible Here eecured, and AnKtn thr am the rajrutattonot a aound flufnc and effect of an immense snrplnt lying use articles of any description rrodueed eiehi lilce and John Khook, were Instantly kill- then followed thn aad work of rescuing the iTely abroad, and not alreadr free, will find it ed, the Mood spattering yttem ultd to oer needt, thoa aeenrlnc n Idle In Ihe National Treasury, our wage ram orer comradoa victims. The killed were as follows : John rfilclrnt a$mcj of national wealth andrrneral ers and other who rely upon their labor for difficult to discover where their Interests are seated near lrrierlty; the con t ruction and Mjulpuirat of support, are most of all directly concerned In regarded In this pnlositlon. They need In thrown In n them, while tho latter were Clifford, aged CV, Xenla, died within an heap, many of them with hour after the accident. Pen Cnbay, ngod tncana nf itefrnte, to Inaure oar patioaal aafety the situation. Other, aeelng the approach of their homes cheaer domestic necesaarle. and and rcalntain the tenor beneath which aurh danger, may pro tide against It, but It will find this seem to be entirely unprovided for in this broken limbs and gashed head. Following is the Jist of the killed and wounded: W years, Urn ft on, W. Va., killed outright. natienal afrtty rrp"ta, the protection of our thofto degtcnding upon their dally tctl for proposed scheme to servo the country. Frank Smith, aged colored, Richmond, BmU compensation for this neglcctod need Itamey Uolinger, engineer on train 37, Galtialional domain, altll atretehtnc teyoad the bread, unprepared, helpless and defenseless Ina, killed outright Jack Larey. aged teNBof a century' cip4nto, andtta reaer ruchautoof affair does not present a case Is found In the further purpose here an lon. Win. Cochran, brakemanon train 37, Ho, Chicago, III,, killed outright Andrew fathm for the aettler an.t the pioneer of our of Idleness resulting from dUputcs between nounced and covered by the declaration that If, rn(trtrktitrnfwtb,afnlt)iand finevnircccir' the laboring man and hi employer but It pro- after the changes already mentioned, there Caledonia. John rihook, Todd Tost, Youngs Sillh, Petersburg, III,, pa ml y rod from Samuel IHce, Todd Post, tl4 effects of his Injuries, dying eighteen nittoaof thataluanf AtuartcatlUbor lead Is ( to duce an absolute and enforced t0pp.e of still remains a larger revenue than la requisite town. for th want of the Mrs. the arrnpulout care and Jut appreciation of the employment and wage. Mary Giv the entire In- Youngstowtu bears later nt the Oood Samaritan Hoa be, rcpcaled.rathcr than ternal taxation should en, In revtewlne tbo bad effect of tbl tecuma inirrvata or our werldncmen, tae llmltatluii teacher In Normal School pj'at tn this city. Etghtesn ersons wero and rhecklpa of aurh monopoiutle tendenclea laled surplus, and the acalo oftartff rates by surrender any part of cnrprotectlve system." at CanfieM, O., died about an hour after liLurcd. Our people ask relief from the undue and unend KheiCMMlalfJferr with th MTantarrea which H I produced, we mud not overlook the the wreck. Mis Ina Tucker, Austen aad benefit which the pfwple may rlxhtly tendency towards the grosa and acandalous necessary hunten of tariff taxation now retting town, Jsalouty Csum a Murrfsr, O., died about an hour nftcr the upon thro They am rffered-fr- eo tobacco rutm, a frtiff"i nvn and cr tor our aur publle sifgUH' wmmu a 4iisrlted WC rfJwE.Nsnono, Kv., Sept 9. At a danco ami free whisky They ask for bread and are wreck. Seriously Injured: John Onnlt, of ury l miners, nor tie fart Ihat we are maintain TUtnff toMtcra and tailor and for the whtowa Jackson. Mrs, Hugh Manchester, of Can-fiel- d, niir this city last nigbt IM Jewell and hare died, to th end lag without excuse. In n time of profound given a stone ad rrphia? The Implication contained In thl party that while the appreciation of their ten leva twacA aubstantlally the rate of tariff dutW both legs broken. Mr. Wilson, Gnnt Iloss had a quarrel about a gliL declaration Ihat dcapcratn mcasurea are Justi and aacnnee t ijuiraentMl the application rf In time of war, wlicnlhe necesflUesof fteu the dance broke up at three o'clock Hbaron, Pa., their icnatoo fanda tn Improper caca may tho Government justified tho Imposture uf the fled or necessary to save from destruction, or HorIo, Todd back and hips. Charles Jesroll nnd tho girl started to the homo of Post, Youngstown, leg t prevented, irotcrttoo acatntt a acrvlle weightiest burdena upon thn people. surrender what It termed our protective systhrlattor. UoM followed, and, without a linmliriatkm, which Injurtoualy compelea with iHvrr plans have ben euggested for there-tur- n tem, should confuse no une. The existence of broken In two place. Kllghtly Injured: our lahortnr men In the field of Wli and add of this accumulated surplus to lb" rwple auch a system Is entirely consistent with the U Nicholas, New Listen, 0., In leg, head word of warning, slipped up behind Jew regulation of the extent to which It should bo and breast. Mr. Bsrah Menrnn, Interto our popnla'lon an elrmeot Irnorant of our and the channel of trade Home of these ellind shot him in the back of hi I head, InMllutlon and law, ImpoaalUle of anlmlla-tloare at vartanoo with all rule of rood applied, and the correction of Ita nhusea. ktllhg htm Instantly. The murderer fired course, in a country a great aa our, with nally Injure I. Mr. Merran, Tod Post, another Of with our pcp'a and danjreroua to our flnancei some are delusive, and some ltrsr by shot Into tho man's body and a pac and wrlfam. a atrlct and ateaUal ad tbelr reckless extravagance tho demura na sueb a wonderful variety of Interest, often both leg cut and bruised. D. Youngstown, cut In back. Jonas thirl into his neck and escaped. Trurrnf Influenca of arrest urdus of public money leading In entire different direction. It 1 dim-culof rlvl kcrvfr n fn hm pflhfiple It not impossible. In settle upon a erfcet NelT, Youngstown, cut In hend, lody bum and a thorough eiccutlon of the lawa upon the Judgment of Individual. ' Harriots Death ol a Mi"ef, tariff plan. Itut, in accomplishing tbo re for m and legs. Kll NelT, Imdly hurt about hend patArd for their enforcen-ent-, While auch effort should be made as are con thua penatitlnr h t9 Ml1 ? Eato Hands, Mich., Septa W. Oll- yywgiiM ftt hntMs tUtnt wltk pntdtA dutr and snrtloer l by we havo entered upon, tho necessity of which and leg. Mrs. Dr. Hughe, Ik-rllCenter, methottft In tbeotwrwtloa of lblr rorcrnmcati sound Judjrment, to avoid dangar by the jiscful isso obvtou, I believe we thould not be con "Siora, a miller employed In Smith water- tko irvaranty to our colored rltlicD of all their disposition of the surplus now rematnVag In the tent with a reduction of rerenue Involving tho bruised In able, Mra- - Dr. Cesna, Canfleldf jrwer mill, rust with a horrible death to- side and limb bruised. Mr. Jones, Importation of and the rttbta of eUltenihlrs aad tbHr Juvt reoornltlon Tirasury.lt Is evident that If ItsdUlrtbutlon prohibition upon Youngstown, side and feet cut. Jfr. J. dar On Saturday evening he entered tho lax an! encoerafftment In all thine rrtatnln to were accomplished another accumulation would removal of the Internal be tatter and more flolsfonl, Youngstown, left Jeg Injured. m 'while under the Influenco of liquor, It can Ihat rrlathm, a firm, jailci.t andhuuianeln toes tahc It place. If the rrsstant f!wef re whisky d'an to4k?r. ao that In peaceful relation a with dundant Income waa not checked at tta source safety done wtthln the fin of rrantln aetnl CIIumI), Youngstown, bruited In and laid down npou a large nibber belt relief to the people In their mean of living, breast Mra. th Uotfrmnrnl the cHlliiatlnn of thn Indian by by a reform tn our present tariff Ia a. McKarlantt, Coitsvillo, not Tin morning Mr. Smith visited tho mill m-iand at the same lime fUlng an impetus to our Wv do not propone to deal with these condito prttmuted, with reaultlnc quiet and bad. Christ Delblo, Youngstown, bead withn party of friends and started tho and furthering aaTi tv a th on and ttlr puWleour ei-e-froturt by tho tion by merely attempting to aatlsfy thebypeople domestic enterprise misrepresentations our Na- bruised. Mr. Hnyler, Younguown, cur aliment of our of alone tional welfare If slightly mat nry to show them tho workings, the of the truth of abstract theorlea, nor puroes Daniel McTold, Tol Post. (n in ro was drawn under tho pulley and lDtrlurttt of economical methotta la every urging their assent b mill i cat doctrine. We defeat ourand motive aroInto gala credence and injured. inaihod to a Jelly. present effort this direction, there Youngstown, cut In back. department of the (lovernmcnl, present to them the pniosltlons that they are GusGearhardt, eem to he no reason why every endeavor In of TtiO plcdtrca containoit In the platform adopt unjustly treated In the extent of present rYd-cra- l Gallon, fireman on freight train, head Thre) Little Skeleton, rdtiy the late Onventlenof the Nationally-morracthat as a retail a condition of tho future to accomplish revenue reform thould bruised. taxatUmt to the ailvaiicinrnt of thete ob extremedangereiista. and that in fortbemto but I ItarwtM wtlavatnl, aud Ull like lis xritLC, Trxx., Sept - -- A grat yet no thoughtful man can fall to see in And ject a and tnmre rood covcrnment the aptra demand a remed, and that defense and safety i creation has been develop! In tho upper She Had Decrt to Ihs Cfrcuj. tlon of every true American eltlxcn, aad the promised In t he guarantee of their free govnrn-men- L the continuance of the present burdens of the end of Hoane County oer the finding of KAtsAHCiTT, Ma, 8ojt 10, Miss Jenpeople, and the attraction by the Government moilro fir every patriotic action and effort In three skeleton of children In n hollow We lielleretbat the same mean which are of the currency of the country. Inevitable rits-tre- nie McKenrlo, aged thr concluDca that mnch haa been done In seventeen, only tura;i, A youn.! woman named Turpln anddltbstcr All danger will! averted daughter of the rlchevt farmer of IUno tin dlieetkinof rood revemment by Ihe prea adapted to Htete the Treasury of Its present ent Administration, and aubrn'ttlnx tta record to surplus aoJ prevent I a recurrence should by timely action. The difficulty of applying Kaplds, Kansas, In trying to tniltato tho was a rested on the charge of murder and and thn hlamn fiKi( at the fair laictkriof hiy eouatrytnen, 1 Indor cheapen tjour people the omt of mi plying the remedy will never be le jail. It ha since developed that a cotitorttoulst horn shn had seen tho platform lima prriented, with the deter their datlr wants, ltolrTof these otleet we should not belaid at tho door of tho Democrat lo at a clrcua y esterday, placed both feet be- ah? had token children liom to unmirriel ti-? iccticpirtrs ty rcisrisr if- c- rrrtcst party f ( u applied too late. inmwluii hm if I mim proiu to In &z hind her bead, but wa ttnablo to removo pir s n tho neighborhood and put them out With a firm faith In the Intelligence and paMaitracy there ihall be a continuance of do tariff rale upon the nocessarte of hf e fully appreciate the Importance to the triotism of our countrymen, and relying upon them. Becoming frightened she cava n. of the way in this horrible manner. toadraneo the lnteretaof the Ihe conviction that misrepresentation wilt not bard pull atone leg and released country of our domestic Industrial enterprise. entire country it, but Fed Polsoi to a Chill their Ourecaeot reJcral taxatUnand lUrocw-juenee- a In the rectification of extsllnt wronxs their Influence them, prejudice will not cloud lntlm-Mat- e dislocated the thigh. Her screams brought largely enrnm at thU lime the alten maintenance and prosperity should le carefully understanding, and that menace will not rARKeusnvnri, tt Va., Sept 0. Mra. her mother, and with the assistance of a (hem. let oa urRO the people's Interest tton of our cttlrrna, and tho people are aoprrlr and in n friendly artrit etmtdeed J "ea aich Va , si.it ear of ao, uf SUtcrsvllIo, nercailty of meaturc of relief. ndlance uinm present revenue arrangemrnta as and public duty for the, vindication of our at physician the other log was xelonsod, and trirl to kill her three llttlechlldren Friday Ch r Uoteromcnl la the crrationof Ihe pco-- i uieuiaiiK-ntertccntuvltodoreoCourajtcdsbouMho fairly tempt to Inaugurate a righteoua and beneficent have tnirih set. Hne la III a critlast br gUhig them "Hough on lint-.,- " . tdablWHrd U carry out their dctlgna and and justly regarded. ical coudition. Abrupt and radical reform. uhovfh Cij:tkla9z. Hie pave one of tho llttlo one a dose of m ae.oniluh their mNt It waa founded on Ju changes, which might endanger tucheitUiptUea of tator It the poison, but the others refused to take aivl waa made for a freo, Intelltfrent and and Injuriously affect the Interests Dlsaitroui Earthquitt. y m mi rwvplv It la only uteful when within PARISIAN ETIQUETTE. upon their success nnd continuance, Anirxs, Bept, 10. Tho earthquake enrcflt The woman then took sonic of Ih.r control, and only aerret them well when am not contemplated orinlendrl shocks have occurred at VlstlxJia, on tho U litMclf. Tho little one will recover, but reg 'ntedand nlded Ttp:r constant touch. How the Aristocracy Mutly rolllrneea nd Itut wo know the cost of our domestic Corinthian flulf, ilolnggroit d image. At the woman Is said to bo dying. It Ha free Oovernmeat Is IncreaMst, and thelrprica irunranleea Cover t'i Vulgarity. to every American dlixon tho unrtatrtcW Vostixa many house are In ruin. All to the njnsnmcr enhanced, by the duty lmpurd Storm In Illinois. In this Par! clan world of fttahtonnblo tho buildings In the place are damaged. ut and enjoyment of alt the reward of upon the raw material utM In their manufacQi Mr, I i.x, "cj.t 9. A cloud Uirt .i toil and of all hit Income, except what may i tvlpro-rn- t formula, tho llret Ictthon In tho sclcnco ture. We know thru thl Increase TnoUiiltes haveltccn found In tho debris, tfl hi fair contribution U k this city last evening, doing much jHilittr the tale of our productions at IroIgr. f !ir ! is thought thatothert will bo found. itru Scarcely n trea In tho city Icne Thereforrltu not only tho rtfiht, but market in competition with tho rountnea thlnp of tm of ttiMttslwHint tlmdwui nnd it jer"!i bad liml btoken and wero damn ' vulgnrlty may the 'tuly, of a trro peop!e. In the enforcement wmppcl U Many which hate the advantage of frev la material. outbuild-In- y Yillagos for miles ncapfd. Numbers of houses and of thlt suarant) to Imut that eacbesieno Wo know that confined to a home market our ft shroud of politeness, form and cus- othcmlso Injured. were unroofed nnd demollshtHl, The inoull dc itrtctty iimliel to the aetuit rttb-li- e manufacturing operation nrotiud surTered more or less, ro curia led, their tom. Tho pocond leson Ih given when stoiiu lasted not moro than ten minutes, need. It aeema twrfectly tlear that demand for lhor Iircirular, and the rite of thr porcopllonn nro uo dnvidniMl nn trt bat did moro dnmago than any storm for when the (lorernmrct, this tcslruiMnUlUy wage r&M uncrrUln, AecMsahurSheT creaUnl and malntalnM br the people to do In this section Is some We pnpose, therefore, to stimulate our commnnd nnd control tho mystery of Hi)OMtN0T0v, 1i.t.( 8ept, 10, Jlrs. Dr. j ear Tho corn g from their UMlrifr. tqrnt upon them, and through Industrial enterprises by free what Injured In places, but not destroy ed, an utter pervertlon of Ita powera extorta duty tho Imported raw materials whu by tho Illusion, whlrh la tho uicrnnl art In Zera Water, one of tho most prominent from their labor and capital tribute largely employmeut of lalvr am used In dornritn of exclusive Homenof this city, as Inatantly killed r homo thU nplilnx-llk- o Effect ol a Cannon's Prenulurit. In oxceva of pnhlle ncceaaltlca, the ere a manufactures, thus extending tho market for cunloms nnd antiquated formulas. TTio by an nrcldeutil pistol shot yesterday. l'Kiir, I.Mi., Sept 0. Dytbo prematuro lure haa rube licit ar&InU Uia creator and the their sale, and permitting an tncrciaed and olTorts nf n. whnln Ufntlmnnrn dovntl Her adopted son, u loy of nix tern, wa ditrhariroof a cannon oarlv thia monilnsr their aerranta. TtieroM steady production wun tne allowance oi abuud-an- t mitcr to thin study, which, emeu logun, never cleaning n revolver antt Mrs. Waters was C ri Flrhtner had toth hand nnd arms of the Oorcrnmettt nuvt continue to be. met by pront. lanfl dutira collecled at our cuitom houiea True to the Undrvlilliigcourseof the Oemo-crat- y tmde. Tho nokt KsOii la In dlrtcruttoti, near by. The u capon was dlchnrgod,tho torn off below tho elbow, and was burned upon tniporcd cooda, and by Internal revenue bullet lodging In tho I 'a so of her bialn. party, we will not neglect tho tnt rest of from head to waist, end hi sight com-plcte- ly r aaacaaed UfHin f plrltuoua at d malt liquor, labor and our worklngmen, In all "ortato or tact, whleli lrlng tho hiuMUoim destroyed. Ho can not recover. I auppose it la remedy lobvco and olvomarcarlno. Three Lives For 0n. cxtailnj; evils, we will Mrnlsh, naplritnt into n unlvomnl field of eoclnl Mike Bmlth, his companion, had both nccdleaa to explain that all theto ilutlea and noexcuie for tho loss of employment r the re effort nnd action. And thus it Is the Hept, to. Tha jxiry Pr.Acnnvir.tRi arn M1f t to thn prim nf the artlcUa ductton or the srmi of haul litjmod, and tney will havo to tnli On thn upon which Irey aro Icrie I, and thna become a contrary, we propose In any adjustmen of our ImmO ptiiltiipiM ut tAnhSCfmuiu aiftt AiO In the esses cf J. H. Myers, John Olscr. and be amputated. Will l.ii a lirngcr on trial for tho murder of formed, which render tho atudont of tax upon all Ihoao who buy theao article for revenue lawa to concede auch encoungcroent Clubbed to Death With a Gtn. uto and conaumtlon. I auppoac, too. It la well and adrautago to the employers of don t!o la lmiiiHii untupo CjijmMo of nenr Sacramento, rnjijiling Farmer t'nm wniitTioml thai i) m jflerlol thia tariff taiavtvn bor aa will niljr eotnpenaatw for any di Inst Pebninry, has rettunot a vordlct find Hept. 0. Alex , (.'if ATTAKOOGA, TCNX., with tho inonl entangled forms of la not llmltoi to Ihu coniuracra of Imported ar that may exist between the standard at w sga andor Hammondtreo, a prominent farmor, tlclea, but that the dutlea Irapoied upon auch which should bo paid to our laboring men, and tho most my&ttcnl methods of bigatl three men guilty ef mutderlntbo degico. lint living near Ioudon, Tcnn., got Into a article permit acorreipondlnglncreaaeln price the rate allowed In other countries We pn Illusion, nnd tho moat subtle devices of qua rel with HoWit Cannon, when tho to be laid upon Uoii.cUlo pruducttuna of the pose, too, by extending, tho market for uur Fatal Quarrel Over a Dog. dlplonmtUU. Yet In theso thrco ro aai'ie kludt which (ncrrate, (wid by all our ieople manufacturers to promote the steady emp latter struct him vii tho head with a gun, WllEKUNO, W. Va Sept. 10,-- On a ron.umera of home production and entrrtnK Ship, killing him Instantly, Cannon made his of latwr, while, by cheapening the cott of qutrcmentH the oHencoof ouch U woven every American home, convtltrtca a fortu of the nweSftMrle of life, we Incrraso the pur im Into tho other In till their varied rules, ping Creek, near hero, Mr, dm. Taber escape. Tho officers are In hot pursuit. favatlon a certain and aa Inevitable aithouxh Ing power of the worklngmnn'a wage and add modes of application and hypocritical Diked Iter husband to put llohcit Oley 'a the amount waa annually paid Into the hand of to the com fort a of hla home. ilog out of tbo hoiiso. Tabor did ao, and Good Tobacco rrospocts. the tnx gatherer. And before pa a ng from thia phase of the diHlniulntlon Uluvy shot Taber deud. OJnoy Is in Jail. KrANSVlLbK, Ind., Hept. 1. Jtoports Thcto rckult are Inacpnrnble from tho plan question 1 am re mi rained to exrniitheorln Ktlquetto Is tho foundation of policy, from the whole tobacco district of this to we ha to adopted for the collection of our revIon that, while the Intcreita or laUtr ahogH Po Cotton Crop Report. enue by the tariff dutlea. They are not men alwaya acdulotis.y regarded (n any modifies! on nnd Illusion Is Its frnmo-wor- k; yut the glen hull en to an unusual crop, and that tloned to dlicredlt the ayatrtn, but by Ihe way of our tariff lawa, an additional nnd mom direct mystery of illusion belongs mora to the Wasmnotov, Sept. 10, The September the growth was never so prolific. Cutting of preface to the atatement that every million and efficient protection to those Interests w ouM report of thn l)cpirtmeut of Agriculture has commenced, and tho grow era generally of dollar collected at our uuatonvhounea for bo afforded by the restriction and prohibition of femnlo mind, firr tho jihyblologlcttl iiiukea the nverngo condition of of this frtrnnpu Influenco only SJ tl, a di'ollno uf tluce and onhnlf cotton ore jubilant over prospects. dutlea upon Imported article and paid Into the the immigration or Importation of laborers points public Treaaury, rrprrtcnt many in 111 on t more from other countries, who awnrm upon our finds Its proper elomcntH In tho endow-inent- a si u co JnstiejHUt. i. which, though netrr reaching the National nor . having no purpose or Intent of becoming ,i . of feminine grace nnd brilliancy. Robs His Biother and Fleos. fellow-cltlioiTreasury, are paid by our clllxena aa the our or acquiring any permanent Customer (to grocer's boy) coatofdomoatlo pttxlucllona rcaultlog Interest In our country, but who crowd emy To know how to entertain u dinner Ht. Louim, Bept 8, A big sensation was ' Proprietor InP' lloy "Yosslr; ho from our tariff lawa. field of employment with unintelligent labor at party, how to begin u holrtHi muslcalo, created here this afternoon by the anIs In do back room readln1 do nows.M In theae clrcumttancee, and fn view of thia wage which ought not to aatltf those who how to receive ono's enemy with un Customer nouncement that Joseph ltoberts, confinrceaaary effect of the operation of our plan for make claim to American cjttfcnshlp. Is ho ft society man?" dential cV clerk of raulo revenue, the abaolutn duty of limiting1 The platform adopted by the late National compromising Bang frold, how to render Hoyt-N- o, sir, but he's got lots o' estate men, had Taafe (Jay, leading real rate of tariff chnrirca to tho ncceailtlea of a Contention t.f our potty contalna tho following n company of antipathic Indlvldiiftls nt the absconded with 415,000 of swell ciibtomers, an' ho wants to find the firm' monoy. frugal and economical administration of the dtclaratlom llolerts Is a half brother !o eminent acematobo jwrfeclly plain. Tho "Judged by Deinocratlo prlnciplea, tho In once comfortable In ptrlt and smooth out when they're comln' back to town. of Mr. Gay, nnd ibo firm reposed conficontinuance, upon aprctext of meeting publlo teresta of the people are betrayed when, by of tongue, belongs to tact and otlqimttc, He's wury nnxlous to see some of dence enough la him to havo quite a large eipcndlturea, of auch a acalo of tariff taxation unneceaaary taxation, trusts and combination but tho fine seno of porcoptlon which ,em.M Af. K aVriri. amount of their property In his imino. aa draw from the aubatanco of the people a mm are permitted and foatered which, nhlle unThe ezKe came when Mr. Taafe sold a largely In exreva of public needa, la aurelv aome duly enriching tho few that combine, rob Is roqulicd to comprehend tho Intricate thin? which flnda tie atrength and uaefulneaa tho loly of our citlxcn by depriving thim, ways of tho llluslvo world Is an nccom Mrs. Quiver (waking In tho piece of property which it was found had tn the faith and truit of the people, ought aa purchaser, of tho bencttla of natural compe- pllshinent ho rare that but few ovci night) "John, Pm suro thoro's burg heen sold by ltoberts and tho deeds not to be tolerated. While the heaviest bur- tition." master tho nrt American Mug mint. Urn down-stairsMr. Quiver (sleep den Incident io iho neoeaftltlea of the GovernBuch combination nine alwaya been conment uro uncomplainingly borno;iaht burdena demned by the Democratic partr- - The - . a..- n.. Uy) "StuiTI Lot 'em burgle." Mrs. To Prevent Mail Robberlss. declare Intolerable when notjua tccoineKrlevouand tlouof tta National Convention la sincerely Wahmimoton, Bept !, The Houao Comtitled by auch ncceailtlea. Unnecessary taxa"I was paired fivo times lnht frca-sou,-M Quiver "O, John! dldn'tyou promlso mittee on made, and no member of our party will no found nt tho altar to protect me?1 Mr. tion la unjust taxation. excusing tho existence or belittling th..mi Pot Itonds said tho Senator. "Good gradecided to And yet thia la our condition. Wo arnannu bill cloua resulta of thoae devices to wrong poo- - cious!" exclaimed MUs Falranthlrty, Quiver Mlmhl And didn't you prom- ing a now lock forrepot t on a mailauthorizand by plo. Under arlous namoa thoy haw the punally collecting ut ourCiutom-housleglatorcd stand-off,- " p.niche. been meauaot our Internal revenue taxation, many ished by tho common law for hundrcdaof yt ara, "and I haven't been paired onco yot. lso to oboy inoP It's a the Postmaster Geueialhavliigroprcsetited Jmtgc. public and they ha e lost none of their hateful millions In exceaa of all leglilmate Ihat the locks now used for regUtciod features What .is tho faro to Washington?" nerds. Aa a consequence there now remains In bocause they hat a uaaumed the name of trusta JiunUHe. Mrs. Ouzzlor (who holds tho malls are not ndrquatoto protoul dopre the National Treasury n surplus of more than Instead of conspiracies. one hundred and thirty millions of dollar. We beilovo that these trusts aro the natural l)o you mean to tell datlon on this class of mall matter. purse-string- s) No better ctldtnco could bo furnished that offspring of a umrkot artificially restricted ihat Tho Indian question: Whoro do mo 3ou wore not drunk last night, Fatally CrutheJ. the peoplo are exorbitantly taxed. The extent an Inordinately high tariff, beahie furnishing the bur Jen Indicated by this sur temptation fur their existence, enlarge - 'Well, to go now VUochc&Ur W- - Guzzler?" you wniit us of the superfluous Pout M'aynk, Imi., Hopt. i, -- August Major Guzzler the plua will bo bttter appreciated whin Itlaaug limit within which they may operate against Kxpras perhaps I wus loaded, my dear." Mrs "gner, n laborer In litjrghoff'j bieaery, geited that auch lurplut alone repreients taxa the people, and thus Increases the extent of i. Guzzler should suy sot Now, re- while sluing a plooe of timber, utititk tlon agsregaitog mere than one hundred and their power for wrong-doinHow recruit nro nlwnys ported by member, Gusiler, tho next tlmo you and loosened a lot of brick, wiiloh fell o.t tight Uiottiand aoilari In acvuntry eontalolrg With an unsuitable batrtd nf all iueh !ty million Inhabitant. ebswi, w Knt the thtcUlog of tbtlt tUNl tho otcrnnn. cWflf Tranwtyt, oomo homo loaded you nro going to bo blm, ciushlng hi skull, rauiiig injur! Mhlvrtivsiilied In deth, aVjfi0f Artwi1' CLEVELAND ACCEPTS. I TH0UDLE. From the Crdaio to tbo Grave Aro Wo Pureuod, tor th IfiMinds of rtt Are Alwaja n Our Track fttll! there I Holaeefor the Follower of Christ Sermon by fEev. T. Ie Witt Tmlmnge, ). II Wnlnir J Pet Pi fcpt. ht, jt sermon for last Hunday Psalm xiil, It "As tho hart pant-et- h after the water brooks, no panteth ray soul nftcr Thee, O Ood." Tho great preacher said! David, who must some time have seen a deer hunt, point us here to a hunted tag making for the water. The faaclnat tng animal celled In my t the hart, Is Ihe i Dr. Talmage'e was: Bta reUt rw tnt ?u WWfxroTira lck headlofthcr !. frrt ie iirZ. lat lull. stt tecuet nory h,ni Cut Ic!1, "I rwn whole pasture suggests when ho say M "I charge you by the hinds of tbo field" Their antlers jutted from tho long grass as they lay down. No hunter who has been lung In "John Brown9 track" will wonder that In the IJIble thoy were classed among clean forth dews, th shorcr, the lakes washed them a clean as the sky. When Jacob, the patriarch, longed for venison, Esau shot and brought home a roebuck. Isaiah compares the sprlghtllness of tho restored rrlnpl of millennial tlmen to th long and qnlet jump cf tho stag, saying: "The lamb shall leap as tho hart" Solomon expressed his disgust at a hunter who, having shot a doer, Is too lazy to cook tt, saying: "The slothful man roast eth not that which ho took In bunting." Put one day David, while far from tho home from which he had been driven, and sitting near the door of a lonely cave where ho had lodged, and on the bank of a pond or river, hears a pack of hounds in swift pursuit Because of the previous sllenco of the forest the clangor stnrttos him, and ho says to himself: "I wonder what those dogs are after." There Is a crackling In the brushwood, and tho loud breathing of eorue rushing w onder of tho wood, and the antlers of a deer rend tholeavesof the thicket, and by an Instinct which all hunter recognize, plunges Into a Knd or lako or river to cool Its thirst, and at the same time, by Its capacity forswifterand longer swimming, to get away from the foaming harriers. David says to himself; "Ahal that is myself Haul after mo, Absalom after me, enemies without number after ue. I am chased, their bloody murzles at .ny heels, barking at my good name, harking after my body, barking after my soull Oh, the houndsl the hounds Dut look there," saya David, "that reindeer has splashed Into the water. It puts tt hot lips and nostrils Into the cool wave that washes tho lathered flanks, and It swims away from tho flerj canines, nnd it Is free at last Oh ! that I might find In the deep, wide lake of God's mercy and consolation escatH from my pursuers! Ohl for the waters of life and icscuet As tho hart panteth after tho water brooks, so panteth ray soul after Thco, OOod!" 1 have just coma from the Adirondack, and the breath of the balsam and spruco nnd ptno I stilt on me. Tho Adirondack are now populous with hunter, and the deer are being slain by the score Talk ing a few days ago with a hunter, I thought I would like to seo whether my text was accurato In It allusion, and as I heard the dogs baying a little way o!T, and supposed they were on tho track of a rejndeer, I said to tho hunter In rough corduroys 'Do the deer always tnoko for tho water when tfcey aro pursued?" 'lie said: "Oh, r; yes, you see they nre a hot and thirsty animal, and tbey know where the water la, and when they hear danger In the distance they lift their autlers and snuff tho breeze and start for the Itncquet, or Ioon, or Saranacj and wo get Into our eedar shell boat or stind by the 'runaway' with rlflo loaded ready to blare away." My friends, that Is one icason why I like he Bible so much It allusions aro so lie to nature. Its partridges aro real partridges. Its ostriches real oMrlcb.es, md Its reindeer real reindeer. I do not wonder that this antlered glory of the text makes the hunter's eyo sparkle and his check glow nnl his respiration quicken. To My nothing of Its usefulness, although It Is tho most useful of all game, Its flesh delicious, Its skin turned Into hnmnn apparol, It sinews fashioned Into It antler putting handle on cutlery, nnd the shavings of its horns used as a restorative, taken from the name of thn hart, and called hnrtshorn. But putting Its useful-ne- , thl enchanting creature seem made out of gracefulness and elasticity. "What an eye, with a llmild brightness as If gathered up from a hundred lake ef sunset f Tho horns, n coronal branching Into every possible curte, nod, after It seems tlune, advancing into other projections of n tree of polished tone, up lifted In pride, or swung down for awful Is velocity embodied. Timidccrcbat It ity Impersonated. The enchantment of the woods. Kyo lustrous In life nnd pathetic In death. The splendid animal, a completo rhythm of muscje, and bone, and Hibr nM r.ttHnde, and IscsmotH!, whether couched In the grass among the shadows, or a living bolt shot through the forest or turning at bay to attack the hound, or rearing for It last fall under the buckshot of the trapper. It Is a splendid npponranco that the painter's pencil falls to sketch, and only a hunter's dream on a pillow nf hemlock at the foot nf Rt Hcgls Is able to picture. When, twenty miles from any settlement, It comes down at oventldo to tho lake's edgo to drink among tho Illy pads, and, with Its hoof, shatters the crystal of Long Lake, It Is very picturesque. But only when after miles of pursuit, with heaving side nnd lolling tongue, and eyes swimming In death, the stag leaps from tho ell II Into Upper Sara-nacan you realize how much David suffered from his troubles, and how much ho wanted Ood when he expressed himself In the words of the text: "As tho hart panteth after tho water brooks, so panteth my roul after Thee, O OoM." Well, now, let all those who have coming after them tho lean hounds of poverty, or Ihe black hounds of persecution, or tho spotted hounds of vicissitude, or the pnlo hounds of death, or who are In any wise pursued, fiy to the wide, deep, glorious lake of Divine solace and rescue. The most of the men and women w horn I happen to know at different times, If not d now, hnve had trouble after them, troubles, swift troubles, all devouring trouble. Many of you have made the mistake of trying to fight them. Homebody meanly attacked you, and you attacked them; they depreciated you, and yofi depreciated them; or hey overreached you In a bargain, and you tried, In Wall street parlance, to get a corner on them; or you have had a lereavement, nnd Instead of being aubmUalre, you aro fighting that bereavement; you charge on the doctor who failed to eftVct a cure; or you charge on the carelessness of tho railroad company through whlrh the ncctdeutoo cut red t or you are a chronic Invalid, and you fret and worry and scold crnd wonder why yon can not be well like othtr pso an!-rrm1 Ml-tcbow-atrInshnrp-edged c, sharp-muzzle- plV and ywiaisirlly charge on the neural-- 1 or ins ague or the sick giaorwojaxyT uhurcbii ptwv i jvu are a ueer at bay. lnUa4 C,ruLnlnK to the water nf divine TOnorilMW,aiid slaking your thirst and coollngjwir body and soul lr the good cheer of tAe Go1tand swimming away Into the wlghty deep of God's love, ycraurTBghtftjg a whole, kpnnet of harriers. Afosday agotawln theAdl rondack asjog lying acro-- s the road, and he seemed wiable togt nn, end I ntd to "What ! tho mat iorao tranter ntir-by- : They answered: "A terwltiMs4ddj-deer htirt Mib" TAno I saw he had a great BWolrWI ftapBdjtliattered head, showing wnerews .xsvasien nan struck hlnr. And the robabMsjU' If that some of you might give a raijstw- - cap io yourpur-ueryoa might Vlr business, vou ratcbt Rf health yotimlght hurt worry H llieyfturt -- oujjut, after thero rt alt Mia Ar L oft fur ho Upper VAX Juuwiiln of God') k 4o'n and moor rifTTChnTnWWnTae- 1s fretfuTnrsSft and the best medicine Is religion. I know people who were only a little disordered, yet have fretted themselves Into completo valetudinarianism, while others put tholr trust In God and camo up from the very shadow of death, and havo lived comfortably for twenty-fiv- e years with only one lung. A man with one lung, but God with him. Is better off than a Oodles man with two lungs. Borne of you have been for a long time sailing around Cape Fear when you should have len sailing round Cape Good Hope. Do not turn hark, but go ahead. The deer will accomplish more with Its swift feet than with It born. I saw whole chains of lake In the Adirondack, and from one height you can see thirty, and there aro said to he over eight hundred in the great wilderness. Bo near are they to each other that your mountain gulds picks up aiiu tarries liio tfuab irom hnv to lake, the smalt distance between them for reason called a that "carry." And the realm of God's word Is one long chain of bright, refreshing lakes; each pvomise a lake, a very short carry be tween them, and though forage tho pur sued have been drinking out of them they are run up to tne top of the green banks, and the same David describes them, and they leera so near together that In three different places he speaks of them as n continuous river, saying: "There is river tho streams whereof shall make glad the city or ttad;" "Thou shalt make them drink of the rivers M Thy pleaur;" Thou greatly enrlchest It with the river of Ood w hlch full of water." But many of ycu have tuned your back on that supply, and confront your trouble, and you are sou rod with your circumstances, and you are fighting society, and you nro fighting a pursuing world and troubles Instead of driving you Into tho cool lake of heareuly comfort, have made you stop and turn round and lower your head, and ftl elmpty antler agalnt botH. I do not blama you. Probably under the same circumstances I would have done worse. Bat yoji are nit wrong. You need to do ns (ho reindeer due in Februnry and March It sheds tn horns. The Habblnl-ca- l writers allude to this resignation of ! antlers when they say of, a man who von teres his money In risky enterprises, he has hung it on the stag's horns; and a proverb In the ht Knst tell a man who has foolishly lost his fortune to go nnd find where the deer shed her horns. My brother, quit the antagonism of your circumstances, quit mitanthropy, quit complaint, quit pitching into your pursuers, bo as wise as next spring w ill lie all the reindeer of the Adirondack. Bhei -P a, te.-miVlil- U. 1 by! But very many of you n ho are w ranged of tho world and if In nn v betw een Study Hook, New York and Golden Gate, Ban Francisco, It were asked tint all those that had been sometime badly treated should raUo both th-- ir hands, and full response should bo made, thero would lo twice as many hands lift til a persons present I say many of you woul declares "Wo have always done the lest we could, and tried to be useful, and w hy should w e become the victims of malignment, or Invalidism, or mishap, is inscrutable." Why, do you not know that the finer a deer, and the more elegant It proportion, and tho more beautiful Its bearing, the more anxious the hnnter nnd the bound are to capture It? Had that roebuck a ragged fur and broken hoofs and an obliterated eyo and a limping gait the hunters would havo said: "P&haw! dou't let us waste our ammunition on a sick deer." And the hounds would have given n few snilTs of the track, and theji darted off in another direction for better gauie. But when they soe a deer with antlers lifted In mighty challenge to earth and sky, anil tho sleek hide look as If it had leen smoothed by Invisible handsj and the fat sides Incloso tho richest pasture that could be nibbled from the bank of rtlU so clear thoy accm to have dropped out cf Heaven, nnd the stamp of Its foot den the lantern and the rlfie, the horn and the hound, that deer tbey will have if they must needs break their neck lu the rapids. Bo If there If were no nobis atuir in jour make-up- . you wcro a bifurcated nothing, if you were a forlorn failure, you would be allowed to I"it the fact that go iir)f1tr.rbMd. In full cry li the whole pack after you Is proof positive that you are splendid game and worth capturing. Therefor sarcasm draw on you Its "finest bead." Therefore the world goes gunning for you with its best Maynard breech-lfldeHlghe-- t ronip1bpnt ! it to vour talent, or vour Urtuo, or your u will In a Mailed In pro usefulness portion to your great achleements. The best and tho mightiest being the world ever saw had set after hlrn all the hounds, terrcKtin and diabolic, and they lapped his blood after the Calvarean massacre. The world paid nothing to Its lledecmer but a bramble and a cross. Many who have done their beat to make the world better havo had such a rough time of It that all their pleasure is in anticipation of the next 1 g r, yonr brnfc of clay, and onenlnc It found Itomnty, but on the bottom of It was lncrllcd the name uf God. King Jiimrod nsked bU courtiers which vase they thought weighed the most The availclous men of his court aald tho vase of golds The poet said the one of amber. But Ihe, wheat men said tho empty vas- -, bocause one letter of the name of God outweighed a universe. on For Him t thlratj for IPs gracol His promise I build my a.!, Wlihout Him I can not bo happy, I bare tried the world, and It does well enough a far as tt goeabutlt Is too uncertain, wor'dtoo- evanescent a world. I am not a prejudiced nothing agnlntvthbn ' worm, i navo ocen oneoi iuerrfo-or-utun ate, or, to use a more Christian word, one ef the most blessed of men, blessed In my parents, blessed In the place of my nativity, blcsaed In ray health, blessed In my field of work, blessed lu my natural temperament, blesaod In my family, ! In a n my epprtMnl'Ie, M comfortable livelihood, Ucsse In tho hope that my soul will goto Heaven through tho pardoning mercy of God, and ray body, unless It b lost at sen orcrematod In some con flarratlon, will lie down tn the gardem of Greenwood among my kindred and friends, some already gone and others to come after me. Life to many ha leen a disappointment; but to me It has been a pleasant surprise: and yet I declare that If I did not feel that Ood was now ray friend and help I should be wretched and terror-strucBut I want more of Him. I have thought of this text and preached this sermon to myself until wtth alt the aroused energies of my body, mind and soul I ran cry out: "As tho ao hart panteth after tho panteth my soul after Thee, O, God." Through Josus Christ make this God your Ood, and you can withstand any thing and every thing, and that which affrights others will Inspire you. As In time of earthquake, when an old Christian woman was asked whether she was scared, anI am glad that X bavo swered: a God who can shake the world;" or In a financial panic, when aChrtstlan merchant was naked if he did not fenr he would break, answered: "Yes, I shall break whn in tho fifteenth tbo fiftieth Psalm brca' verse, 'Call upon Mo In tho day of trouble; e end tton 'halt glorify I will de'lrth-Me.'" O'tui d i. men and women, pursued of annoyance and exasperations, that this hunt whether n stilt hunt or n hunt tn full cry, wilt soon Im We are told In Revelation xxll. and over. xv. "Without are dogs," by which I conclude there Is a whole kennel of hounds outside tho gate of Heaven, or, as when a master goes ia a door, hit dog Ilos on tho steps waiting for hlra to come out so the troubles of thl life may follow us to the shining door, but they can not get In. Mv uncut are dogs I" 1 have seen dog, and owned dog, that I would not chagrined to seo In" the heavenly city. Some of the gran d 'ol d ""' watch-dog- s who are (he consfabulirly of tho homos In solitary places and for years have Iwcn the only protection of wife nnd child; some of the shepherd dogs that drive Imck the wolvoiand lark away tho flocks from going too near tho precipice; nud some of the dog w hose neck andpaw I the painter, has made Immortnl, would not find me shutting them out from the gate of shining penrl. Some old Ht. Bernard dogs that hno of the; lifted pcrishIngtrae1crout of tho Alpino snow; tho dogs that John Brown, tho Bcotch essayist, saw ready to spring at tho surgeon lest In removing the cancer ho too much hurt the poor w oman, whom the dog felt bound to piotcct, and dogs that wo caressed In our childhood da) s, or that In later time laid down on tho rug in seeming sympathy when our homes wero desolate 1. I say If some soul entering Heaven should happen to leave the gate ajnr and these faithful creatures should qulety walk In, it would not at all disturb my Heatcn. But all those human or brutal bound rhned and torn nnl lacerthat ated the world; yea, all that now bite or worry or tear to pieces, shall lie prohibited. "Without are dogsl" Noplace there r or despoil-er- s for harsh cilt'csor uf the icputntlo'i of others. Down with and deou to thu kennels of darknc spair! Tho hart has reached tho cbrrual water brocks, and the panting of tho long chase is quieted in still pasture, and 'Ttioro shall bo nothing to hunt or destroy In all Ood' holy mount" Choose now which you will have," The eldest son, having the first choice, chose the vate of gold, on which was written the Word l'Kmplret" and when opened It was rouii'l to contain human blood. The second son, making tho next choice, chose the vase of amber, lnscriled with the word "Olory," and w hen opened It con- talned the ashe of those who woro once called great The third son took tho vas? i i f . I' tg; 4 :' iiWi;HT Ji bhd 1 ever-prese- water-broo- 'o, 3 1 1 1' .and-see- r, he back-bite- ABOUT DEFALCATIONS. Many of Them Viiquostloiiahly Due to Ru perllcUl Monti Training. la publishing a Ono of our dally paj-elist of defamations by various parte for ftomo years Hi a terrlblo exhibit of crime. The many instance In which men trusted with largo sums of money or ao curltles have proved unfaithful is stagger-luAud a' 111 tho Hat 1 lengthening. Tbo other day a Provldeuce bank ws robbed of monoy and securities to thu anicuut of about a m'lllon dollars. Yet fow think, a tuy slum id, bow Urge a tcrLOulu uf those who havo opportunities and temptation to dishonesty maintain their Integrity, One man In a bank provra weak and wicked, but a score of others who might put have taken the same course have uuvor allowed themselves to go atray from tbo 51 all right with tod, all right with man, and all right fuieTtr, I Hiiiarllne tells u that King Mmrod tald to his three son si "Here , and one is of clay, an ar three othsr of aiiur, and aootbsr ef gold. world. But w hat Is a relief for all those pursuits of trouble, and annoyance, and pain, and My text gives It to you In bereavement? a word of three letters, but each letter Is a chariot if ou would triumph, or a throne if you want to be crowned, or a lako If you would slake your thirst yea, a chain of three letters God, the One for whom David longed, nnd the One whom David found. You might as well meet a stag, which, after Us sixth mile of running at the topmost speed through thicket and gorge, and with the breath of tho dogs on Its heels, has come in full sight of Bcroou Lake, and tried to cool Its projecting and blistered tongue with a drop of dew from a blade of grass, as to attempt to satisfy an immortal soul, when flying from trouble and sin, with any thing Ics deep, nnd high, nnd broad, and Immense, nnd infinite, and eternal than Ood. His comfort, by It eiulwsoms all dlstrea. His arm, it wrenches on all bondage. His hand, It wqwiawayall tear. His Christ-l- y atonement it makes ua all right with the pa it, and all right with the future, ami tho defalcations which have occurred and aro still occurring ought to awaken serious thought Many criminals have lacked all Intellectual und moral culture. Nut so the criminal in commercial life. No man can obtain u position of trust In a businoii corporation without considerable education, and soma evidences of correct moral sentiments. Why then do we have such grievous instances of men falling Into erlmel It Is to be feared that much of tbo morality of society is veneer. Men are lowest from Boys expediency rather than principle. ure warned against crime not bocause It Is dlsgracoful, and In sin, but because it la cite of discovery may be ruinous. The aro not grained Into ton commandment youthful hcarta, and oftentlmea auccossful villaiuy, If not admired for It smartness, is certainly not condemned for Its wickedness. Then, the general tone of society does not express Itself In denunciation of groat deeda of dlshon ftyaeit ought Unfaithful caihlorsaul clerks are too often ablo to compromise with those they have wronged, or. If are no sootier tn prison than movement aro mado for their release. Fow serve out the all too short terms for which they are sentenced While an ord nary burglar or pickpocket may never hope for any tolerance, yot men whoso stealings run Into thousand ana tens oi uiousauas seem to scarcely loto casto la tho circle la which thoy moved before thoy were criminals. Tho ncod of our times for tho repression of these defalcation Is a deeper sense of the fruit of all thoft, and a more equal and imp irtlul Judgment with regard to all wrong doing Muuy a nun, however Mroiily tempted, would havo escanpd crime if thero had Wen inculcated lu h m In boyhoo ! a true cuuceptlon of the sinfulness of sin, and If In rlpr year he had feu Mi In soe et.v less disposition to ioudua ffrosicriuifs, chutkin juiir r!ht Nevertheless, if I I T LWm t WIIIB"lllllSSSMlBaaSJiBBBajSBBSl Mt-- e iss&mgm 1 fJVS .VS22L- - BBBBBBBBtaSSBSBBBBlBBaa1 sr.agsggjar tisssrifci.af- THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., rr.iD.w, Mm tacrriis tfULEte Oountiy shippers and packers Democrat in ftitton 0. ruoh Dear Sir: I iccelved your letter custom of of apples should make it a point AWj TV itcrniis a Mr flrnnt. Mr I k'3". Mm ' conveying to mo tlm invitation of to pack their fiuit honestly; that BKlT.li, 18S3, Hancock was out of ttie qnrtioti tht tlio U. of rnmu'iih tn tio runt, Stone vrtiJ Ftlilnv utclit last, at tlm Cllv Is, havo the ft nit run nltko all lf,0 ppvir pension he and present oil tltc flth of September litn, ninl (intl onlr knom r' UiUI, Miero woro leathered about through tho barrel. Do not wuMui iiao UN i r i tm ,iu t the meeting oi tno uemoerntio forty the ncgio voters nntlttvc or AM, to eausu deception by pin I Mlir,,l,,;i-lti!of thii First dlatrlut. l whit iiiii. The V1"- - i'1" tib- - eiug good, eoumli large fruit on I ..,, women, Kucli noi.o MHt.! WlUTE'Jl WAR OS MttSKi i.;rrm ritou ntum;. "Ctplaln Htonc conduct m relation toj Washington, Sept. J. Clint "Tbtn Itn't a CJorcl Man in this Awhtnct that u A'oi More HttpttuthU thtn Any petitioning m man; unworikv Men and' B. Liiffli, Secretary, Pittlucnli, Ky., " (J ion: now jo iMMt Ai'ii.r.ft. Vy requeil of h Kulion Farmer. Mutual Life K B knee Company, TfcTJW3WC. ?& fr l.M.H. Umt IWMr-A- V inj A l!V'' to en rf littU at lhclr,iuit nml MM nf l l lllBoll:lh"f aiM fss.fioo f. i . '. umi of SSO.OoO to tiling coiumbu, and a t minor importance. IVlueah . ill oihrriilay , " "u"" tlir !!? ., I1',, , . (uiflluluiit power to ciinlilo tnko hucIi stops na will give pro- - crttllJS ttiroo wouksitfto. "V M! j" U It Will 00 illlpOSSlulti. 10 Uio bill giving tlio I'rosltlont ,, nH,i !. wua io nitvo ,ul itilllliatlOII mooting Oil nCCOIItlt 0f an artlulo on sooiiil Intercourse lilm to wliluli iippenrtsil in Wnlkor'a lloom - .' o on-de- joci . h oi mo cuiiii'iiii- . . . UliAiiticsev Walk-objectio- Stone iue snuml the Cnnniliiui bonier will bo tukou moe, anil hnil ft copy of inv Policing NonrtHfel tabic nftcr tlirrn years, nnd nil clalniR pnht then tboy art;naal obPf Hud itHuoii8lilcrattou muy con Clv liuouiviuiiir. Trom wbluti he iiiiinedlutcly uu tcccipt of iiroofu of death. Jectlonci iiffiilust Gro vor Cle olmnl fiumo hovwiiI ilas.or it mny bo reml tlinnrtiulonbovo leferreil to. wlioiiirovoil theblllB, nml two- - bron-l- it ton voto very soon. Then commented on It nt preat tblMls of the Dcuiorrottoiiu'inbcis tlio Senntorhil caueufl 1ms ilecKleil nlll I 0iiKii. In his notes, wore, ns A orLonricstainluinnJnriioftlic tlint tko Sennto tariff bllUlmll bo near ns wo can cot thorn, these JjSjpiS&Si'1 "'Pi f 11 Kepntilicaii iiicinborH, who uiteil, repoited Inn few dns, but has WOrils: "rkmtWtiicnhratnwnin r iiiom. JLm 3XT la n narrow, ron ot dechlcd what course shall bo tkit uutltencr that i mt more reeh Itructoil viow to say that the river fnllowpil nftcr it has been totvoit .... - r..i!.... i....MM. iiiirnprifitfoii8 at IIMnimn nml Ci, Action on both these mens-ln8tnted to hU colored FOR PRESIDENT, urCB hoin- - uneettaiu, both as to For Sore IV that they lenses lmi.i nm.. "had ns uood n ,,nv nAin. GROVER CLEVELAND of linlidiiif;is up n town." The time and I manner, makes it inmer. rii.t tn COWGILL'ajYS 5ALVS. MUblaoIphl ii ureal national ntivo nn liohovn tlmt ovurv Hem nn..t k..ha.. Wl . Ii" nitl..... . tl. t iv.uiucn .. inijiiM enuic memuer suouiu. .uo in .nis bitiV ill i UliUili si.M ..w..... OF "J3AV VOltK. C. O.Ticolms offered tho De JbaT For Neuratg la and Ktieumatlitm, undkh the cahk ot rpuis school wua ni:oi'F.x Aro. erni, lss, Tho charjres on every railroad in tliel80nt. Many members uro away. mocracy of Fulton an vi I AIISS X tt. JlHlUnrwrtk MISS It, A J,AA'.V churnedSchMtIu year wiltenhoI Mississippi nlloy, anil, therefore, KVli, Rtum of tlm lenders of tho Mich Innmintro. ninl linninsult by COWOILL'3 WEASSL OIL. FOR, nrnvph dlM(d InUMiiiartern ol Itn fruw entiano to racli. I'llpl' "HI I eneciB mo price ot ovciy bnsuci but my idea of duty is that himself only of quartrr TuUlan In middle ami nt end of quarter, Lot preferred In adfauiu $ST For Pile, B,n,n m,tcvy iimemiK rs ol uonprcssnrociooteu.tho element tho lit companion of Xo deducilon for aUence. esirft br ,eoll arranprinent. l'rlcea w follow. ALLAN G, THURMAN. V ho was nilclrosslnir. COWGILL'S PILE OINTMENT. (iuCeKroHnby l'rlmarj ClaMe, pr fpiarir, ft 00. ronth i'-- (X) ) farmers in nil to crform the duties of tho place. Since C. O.Tico loves tho negro &0, IntrrmrdUie Clic. )er quarter, $7 taunih $3.01.) oi. l,8 eec,on 0f litifiwiwfa i.lU e&neciuHy nt this time when so well, and tho Democrats of Advanced Clawea, (I telle Ixttret, Nat. Science, Higher Mathematica oT For Tetter and IUngworm, luoYuinciiLH aiiiuiuiiaii anu to tlio gravest questions affecting tho Fulton so little, wo offer him a quarter, 10 (X), (kt month $1.00.) COWSILL'S TETTER OINTMENT. Tuu 9th Teunesftco Concres-Mona- l lumbus are a part of tlio general people of America are ponding do uood suggestion that ho tako 11,11 every one should bo ut tniniil with uold StrattooJtemd incj! believe !Cii.Ml,c?a I. enuveullou crmon off nt Mjjeiifc txJ For Wormi, more Uds post. .Tko ono ns tn Uio tlfflit B.ldi.if with JoHlr.&kcltoi?rtho Union City on tho liCth of this iiumu, iw in Wis w mn or merchant MItS Ulitlri POItTtM: will hivo charge of 1h Mn lea I iWparfini ut. Tenmi a oonyTTaoTml 0f protection to American citl- - !,. Cowgiira Pleasant Worm Syrup EiwnP nf tlm Uemihlhmn luo'ulh. heretofore. It la with p1Aur that the announcement ii male of haflne lva o for Ulstilul wiio is not incuienia ly zellH nt any place on earth by nil pi,iioiit. SATISFACTION GUARASrhRU Olt tunaie n tn wiiro tho vvrvirrs of Mis Heiie Furiunv, lho ureal favoritr, In ebarK ?! party of 1111- - heuclitted thereby. ludgo 'Uiuto'tl0 power of tho American gov- Tun IVoliiliillon onnu iftllniTII nB Hint n.nil hv IhU Dep4rtmrcit. . ....... Uw.. v. , w Tllti MOSKV HEtVSUKD. Juii2 WVI nois (railing onthe Iiepnhlicans h u man of too much iutelligenco eminent tho other tho question the to fall in mifl iissist it in dowiiiugiuot to know that these aro ibo'as to who'thcr the people 01 AIUCr Tien bus nroved disastrous to will For SaV hy thr Proprietor, iiprrrri nf iht Knnili. nml the Democratrt. This is n good 'facts, audit is regretted that liiCA 8lQ lllld 111) )U taxed to In i. M.. t... .!..- Hgll IresnrtiituBuuli claMriip.Auilir oiaBsesniulinilivliliiiil fortmica or ,,f ,,rl.l 1.. ii.n s,.,.U...ri. ISntf BuTLHft is giving his lust iiicso iiiliroyciiioiita uicli entiilly ony 8llBlclent to tlcfn.y netual ex- - ,icnart. Ti,0 whites of tho South finum uu uiiu kivhiiucuhPr. ! :u:.. uiu uiwiia uimrinri itt )nvtmii fitnl Tlitir, . ' l . . . j. iilliini; r iivuiiin.. ii... tu iiiv man this vearbv unking campaign ' river, certainly the people of these Say to your clnb for me mat uH illwf.,i ..p,...-.- hut never leather. ..... rlHits. . r j owna.nre n part and parcel of the greatly nnnreclato tho kind invi-f- t speeches in favor of Harrison and BOclnl If tho negro 11. S. iMUHRELU General citizenshii). and falMnlnd- - tatiou and that I am with fninm .Mi.wr.so.w. to led people who happen to live off heart and soul. That I feel that! ''"Miresw:n improvo his opportuni , . ilft -. ATT0RJVJ5Y-A- T vr hkrIi iiiph n H. O. LAW, (Pt1ntUTrlVuB0(ntpI iiuiionso,iyntoi6 0i iii.lo 0p the river, or in the coulitry, tO DeillO' fli.n.i trliliilinrlli. v lKi1tnn Itnnin. 4, has given the President power win Il0t object to u enjoying n best show inv ..devotion Tn view of tho fact that the ((mfi l'r..llrofr(.'IUI,ii Druf tott l .:.. i ..i uy .h .....!.. pniicipicH 1... rcuiuiumj; muuil cratlg, uraiiu to settle with Canada ns she mny!8ma measure of prosperity. ))emocratio voto in Minnesota in y A" f liMlisclnirge or imty asstgneu mOj If Tjfl0 ged ll0 jftIlguus0 n, ro. S(j , UVMM m I'. showed an iucreaso of 31,018, Ill IIIUB MIL' Mil (IMC lllll wbiln tbey nre upholding tlio cause porlmi jt 0nlv shows him to he a Will practice In alt tL Court of the war we are only paiiugtuo way lllYO.XKr ItlU II AtJVI.N. irliilothe showed at home. The best Democrats on l00l weak b(Iv fi0Wf fi0 eiubit n net lossitepuhltenu votetho Far- Kir-- t Judicial M Uric I. for a lasting peace. of 1,770, that W Demo-- i tcrc(1 not onlr reptat and cmi!iij whil earth are tho Kentucky TinarlSl b y imitiaan feelin gas to he mers' Alliance and tho DemocratTHDfllS Jamks L CnEnn, of we Iive mIiL but It woutl t belifr a crats and best Kentucky Demo., willing to invito serious trouble in ic Stuto platforms nro innctlcnlly FULL srKCiriCATIONS A8TO KVKRYTINUn NKEl). I tiuid (o Itvu umlrr lite iniHiarjr to W n tit nil tmitiltinl n9 Arlrt. itio'uan DttAWIJCiyJ ' ri AXS, entlro cot accurate! calculated, erats aro tho Democrats of UiOionlcr to holil tli cciloreil voto in el, and anonymous as to tariff i eduction, President bv tho Ainerleim mirlvKvernmntt lyr tho Uuliel Mitc than to First district. tho KonnbHiMin nnrtv. Vn itpptfiit l.oik and Utj JoU nolicled. luar'JS.H nt Itfl Into contention III Washing Lernmt.te.lbj the IXtancrav Inilimmlli, Hoping the meeting may prove eoIoreil nmi fii,ould follow such a mid that n largely Increased Prohibition voto isexpoeted this year, ton, declines to accept the honor. M.j which ii,e cmitiiuttuu r tb UutteJ a grand success una Hie party leader, or a party that cucourages nineteentweutieths of which will ! II. IlUCIIANAN, Vf. C. KALTZKU, I". His letter 18 ail Interesting C0l jHialwaml (be Innn uf Congresa are vlo much benefitted by it, I am re such talk. come from those foriueily identi lmt. K. L.AI.KXAM)KU Ca$hl xit0liM ltcvicw tributiou to the political literature lnei spcctfully, tic I with the Republican party.and A Rood 8aw Milt, with complete outfit, The National Roiiowis tho lend of tho day. V. J. Stonk. kelf rnoir.mox riusr. Ion tint till tho government unices now in a good localand on Cau tj bought l organ iu j.tiuies- ing price Cleveland Ims staked his see, iwepuoucan nt .Nitsiivine, and I see it stated In tho Lonlsrilleiiutlio Statoaro now tilled with a reaottahltfor infurunlion raonab!e term puuiisiiea AddreM chances of upon tho rEVE" El.UI.VS ON THUNECBO. nanera that Kentnckv will recclvol Democrats, who will work for J. J C liONlUItANr, great issno of reducing taxation by its utterances all may seo clear devr life in order to bo fed still fMnpbif Afunchr tho lofugees from Hkkraan, K. fe3tf HH'IUIAIY, upon the neresRhies of life. The ly that the spirit of tlio ltepnbli militaSometime ago tho Avalanche Florida and entertain and caro for lotger nt tho public crib, there is paity to Government is coIIecMug from the can rulo Inis tho Southern States. drew ry attention to nn address do- - thorn, and that Surgeon General no disguising the fact that the it ....!.. ..i.,. ..a ..:.. ...nit ., -Hvered nt the University of West! Hamilton, of tho United States Minnesota Democrats have ample pbiiiu. are "ZroV $50,000. IJ. Klkiim. hospital service has notitled the rcison to bo greatly encouraged. lueut nccds.ai.il Glov.l.ii.il nal ca!,8.c ""! el,,ra.",:",.a,e"'e!'l..(! . U.!S! Virginia by tho Hon. S. ou It Wilt roinaiked lilill hediflplnyedj mayors of tho stricken cities to ;:1 I1IU UUUktl : ..... coioicu "'CH glU If COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. additional electoral votes, w ithout greater intelligence and less of tnat encct. It is tho duty of every in defeated on such n rrrtuwi fan I Win and rcadr for lmtnef, wc wllich Clovcl.iiid would not .have tho narrow, sectional suirit in his 'human being to render all possi-- t k rtsu!rl; kAA thr pil'twas HICKMAK, KKNTUOKW his purtv can well 10 to , discussion of the relation of the bio assistance to another human of all. All mlItr.tlona rmde fur dfM,Iii.r fico of (Ii"ij;r, AppiucJ Hickman, Ky , Kept. 11, 1SSS. It is further ohilm-i.oll elected )o( llniVli Will Ii in. rumilDg tLm or feur mouth, iiiriiiitril at lU jwjer uincll met- Prtvcnt, Muror MtirrcllS cd that tho great hulk ami liody races in the South to each other, being in distress. At tho same toil illVE Mi: A TKII when repairwant rate of per cent. rr auntim. l!ucfc,,'r' IIerlweck' cm one expected crmont of tho colored people aro anxious than any other lending Kepublt time it in a personal duty to pro- - Vr0,d r T llUcBainltbinj done, or I i K w. " of "! lait merlin vtrre agoua, &c. alra kerp a fill Hue of .Maine to go Htfpnblicnii, and, for a return to military rule, bo! can. and tect one's self and family. This Hie thinutes tlio Aikansas to go Demociatic. Tho cause it is claimed to bo for their) The Avalaurhe has been favor- - part of the State is too near the nn I, pp rovrd and siKnetl. Undortakor'o Qoode, result of tho Presidential election "protection." and because they cd by Mr. Klkins with a copy of yellow fever belt to permit these ACCOCNT ALLOW ri). Common, Rosewood, and H.dU lttack WS depends upon JNcw ori;, Indiana, expect somewhat of the old re-- the speech in pamphlet form, and 'refugees to locate among us with C lULTUt. It m. a m:amikr. J.M. ItKKU The (dlowinx nrn'ini were ureentel nut Co ilia 9 and Cet whleli Can be fitlnl II. MJCIIAXIN'. ew Jersey, eimc. Thi s talk and blow mnya careful examination strengthens out imminent danger of the dread trnmirly anumved. wlitfli. on modoi. wrre up on ahort nolut, and at rcouable W. 0. JOII.N6UN COWUILU J uoiineciieux and J W. ALt:.AM)Ml. These four States went Democrat.) delude tho colored voter an ihold' tho Impression which was at first! sconrgo becoming epidemic horcjidovd imi checks or lercd wued for the priew (ile in a tall 10 in 1631, and therefore the 'him in ranks, but wo can't believe formed. It is true tho cllv escaped the a iitmnK fcr thnp in Weal Hickman. , chances aro mote fuvorablo to that tho $0M maj'VbS Ho admits without reserve that plague in 1378, but those of us u pay roll week fndlnz Sept tt " ' 4Sao Cleveland, but tho majorities in North or South, will tolerate tho general condition of a flairs in who remember that sad and mourn- FEt Y rRIVILGM. were amall.andn breath sojouot rulo anywhere in this coun- - the South since tho war has been i fill time also remember the rigid io hpraiv may inrn me scales 10 try again natural and logical. "Tho great) precautions adopted against Its U App'iratlou xrnt in ado u tbe Council hjr priutt, whhli o man can mo Kepuuiieans. Republic." he says, "could make appearance within the city. It is wa M. Uclhcoy frferrjrice on proponhioni lefi'rrcd lo commit tell the result. tho slave free and its citizens, hut nonsense to claim that the fever, aoJ griTancM. KUUITCE TAXES. 1IOU THEY here, could not, nt tho same time, arm if it once obtained n DKALKHS IS The Prohibitionists in .Maine AKJSMET "TRICKKN. ( i.r, IlLOCtl him with the ucccssurv intelligence would not ingo as virulently and polled something over one thousOn mothm, ihe uenient of $.1030 nn Republican and experience that would enable with as much deadliuess as it did KEN1UCEY DKUOSf Mi:UICIN&Sf HOOKS, BTATIONKKY, and Hchcolfinppllra. HIOEMAN. This is tho way and votes in the whole StatoMon-d- part v. duriiiff Its tho many years of him to excrcibo the rights of a in our neighboring city of n'rickcu from the lax hook, tbe Miueh&f Fancy 0(X)IlSlTUYSl and I'lUTUllliH This in tho model prohibitaxation: rpillS HOUSK HAS ItECKNTI.Y DKriN la paid to lug been erroneoiuW tu ide. and a citizen in a contest! man. tion State, shows how closely tho control, reducedtho dhect tax on SUMlltlKS, TAINTS, OIUS, WINKS and I.IQUOHH, or Medical nt. It abolished f. tilled up (or the arcnmuiodatiun of CULLUIK liOHH WttD. bo the first law of nature, and the with his former master." Itepuhlicuns of Maine stick to manufacturers. Pruiunur aud tho traveling public get Further along his meaning is pcoplo of Padueah ought to be I The Ht Clerk re or ted lint he had stld oral jr. CIen room, nlcv Mt and fmare their party, With this voto be- AOKNTHPOU TIIK on not so clear: It abolished tho iucomo tax very careful how they Invite these lie man College Ibnd to th amount of nieala oiuratiletrd lo all who atop wllb U. toro thorn, how can temperance of I'm inie to (incomes in excess of 1,000 a,rear. of alien fugitives tu tho city. It look 56'jO, nnd i.l Cullegt. lravelibg men will find ttie beat Ionic politic! puWes aredi'MH Democrats be persuaded to quit or railroad hi Vo Kulliason the lines ley are, anJ ibe barbarous nnd inhuman to refuses ttt IIicltmn lion at our house. It abolished be their old party! Is it not clear corporations. taxation ycllow t'EYCR ArrinrnrATiox. In addition, carry a full ltn of fieople both black nnJ white, ae mile to to them shelter, I admit, hut there that the temperauco Republicans On modon of fear rUt:sClCirTIO.S JfiHrmtd on A NIi:IAI.TY.-61- a It abolished tho tax on express being incvfrvtfiing ami b1ncktbe wbilc, are so many other places further tmanlmntH tote Councilman Cote, a ami br FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, cheek In tho Noith, are not to bo deof the Council, one party in nnth ili lpt8 J1T companies. north where thoy may find refuge wx ordered Iixicd on the (rraturer o( the to Our price pended upon to voto for Prohibirr; itu It abolished tho stamp tax on revenueIon? at prejudice, pt'nlon, lmte nod and where tho climate renders tho oil for $1W, pajahlo to H H. .Murred, rewhich woliifiie attention. aa low aalhe lowest. shall b eneouMed bf setfith tion as a national issue ! ot the city of Hlckmnf vrhh dt bank checks. leilm for their own fliiranilinemeiiti ibe spread of the scourge impossible May or for Cleveland's letter of nccept- - It has abolished alt theso taxes li'ustion between ibe rce iutheHouth that, no unnecessary hardship rcctlun dial the amount be at oncePresiwnrdeil toJamea M, hchiimaclcer, .,.,.. is in...... direct, uivut candid,! that fell upon the wealthy and ml) rnmhi " would no iiiiueieu ii wo snouni dent of Firt Nadooal Dank, and chair jjoncsi, and every word and utter- nut it ims never vc nro unable to understand inuarantiue acniust them. IPailu of tbe fiuanro committee, Jarktnn MANUPACTUnKUK OP TIIK CKLKllKATIUl unco can bo understood hv anv nliolished. it has never reduced to wi.ptiipr r Wiiinu monnu tn npit.l ..i. vitie, rii., Iu amiwgr to an appud from POCKET-BOOLOST. j Of f, . . VI nan oi common sense. lie tells nny apiireciabio extent, lite taxes,!,. ee both nart es. tho liennbl can the cit;i of that do fr aid, In con M .,. ' 'i. l. ..' tho hani.li tl.t mi- ......a ia. uuu i,.ll upon mu nuur. nl.A! nartv or uio ueuincrntic unriv rjuence of llie jrdhiw feVer rpMviulc iiow On MomUjr last, a letther PockrtUtok, juou GO ium I.H lurnrni, i.tii Til Bit r. WAR A lI.OT. rarlrtg there. -- 3 8.vstciii has nccumulated $134.000. Maxes nro still $17.10 on every if wo may be permitted to tiain coTtainin ro:ue Talaahtc und On motion, Council adjourned. inj Y& In munr. rrw Vrw Tlio Hndcr will PrlrcU 000 more money than ho needs to 8100 worth they buy Of foreign our puiih nnon thn Iieiiuhliean abutt pay all the legltimato expeiiMcs of goods, ami uu unknown ninouul party, wo indorso overy rord he "Undo DanM," he said ns ho AIU. W J McCUTCJIKN, 0. C. liberally rewarded. tt. T. TYLKU. mot ouo of tho whitewash brigade running tho Governtrent, and asks on domestic goods. The nrH 3l VL'KU. Mr. Klkins is moro pneilt at the market, 'do you think , mi inu peupie oe renoved oi nave oeen relieved oi more iau comprehended when he says, tu m this uuiiecesRury burden of taa-icould get away with a twenty-poun100,000,000 Federal taxution, but conclusion: w RATEG. Hon ion the necessities of life iath- - tho poor havo not been relhneil! watermelon this morning t" ADVERTISING ..The(rno Uon wIU lIlia . or man to reduce the mien of at nil. Op cli,nn, on jwr jitn 'I does, enh." w.a.,,1,. l ui, ..a.ii,.,,., .. t column one )rar..M.w.HH. wiiibky and luxuries. The nrono"Can joueat it all olono V M CO All this nnncnrs from the snecch snd Imlustilal Iscum and distribute them ctttuMU on ;r- m en ..... ui (I kin." " - Oarlahth sitiou is so plain and fair, we can't nf nimirmuri MIHa in 'rieninut1 whw between the two sreat parlies The MY MILLYAUD. near Hickman, CO ninl I(tl aherlliH'iiii 91 Trnktl nr.t Inn Hlcui; fitly cent r Inch sec how the people can defeat Temple, The facts cannot boBis.!"11."!! rf" 't'1." i,.V.?.m.l"ibL."'i,i "In twenty minutes 1" h, of ono tU ATKy collating of Hoalng, Weather kiMltlohal Insirtinn tihcrtlnj and Lailia for him. 'Ten, sab." pitted. .ttfftl.f. hoardioj. Pencil), piMilion, or fr I'vt bUrlgbU under the Uvr' "Will you cat seeds, rind, and mrut. rcinlrlits ruillnj; wf tolutnn rul, 4Jitlonl Hooting, Pickeiii, Ktndillnr, Itiftrra, Floor Tiingreat Hocking Valley strike, lug. &c. Aah luiiitfr vnrlout dimension! All right. Rut tho darkeys must nil!" cltiirrr will ba nit nA trlbiit of rf.jrcl, (juite a variety, aultahle for out buildings, OUIlniirfe, uou.n MUI2TU t NOW, extending from 1831 up to 18SG, be tho Drat to divide. (ur jI tho ratt of im)tir lint. Uncle Dan'l looked at him BUS will I r thouand. &i from $3.0'J to $10.00 affecting 15,000 mine laborers, was mo projectors oi Ai.JL 11. .1.. I.or! nolle l rrali r in firnt wt; fcr too i'uuuj if .1 picioualv for a lout; iniuuto r t.rti wwki J. W.PUIYKLU rrnl7.tr pjjjf Pfjt(1'!t by agreement refeired to Judge call and Hickman road af6 gofngj thon said: NIinN AM. 11IUIIT. TJiurninii ns umpire. Tho owners to build the road a soon as theyi "You go on, sab ! I seo do oh CLARK & MADDOX, fjickman garble Works, of the mines soupht to rprtiwn promise. T Tlicro in no nucstinn Time una unuunn jick worry iii PAiiuenii plainly. You want to (Co. Ktntycljf und Clinton St rtctt,) fiiiiillirrii llnllroil. wages from CO cents to 50 cents a but the schemo Is a wise one in PORfiET IT! Zeook utii mo on so l can't wote tho Ro IDS'! A' J. HICKMAN, toiMiIioging that they could not all respects, but it takes niopet III CK MAfl't - - - XT., Ntwc publican ticket, but Ize too deep If yiH U&tt TvitU, pay 00 cents andcomnoto with and time to build railroad". On a veil Announce IhUjthey U" rcfdci So much has been said about I). C. If fPd KU KftTlrt'tpM, other mines. For two years tbous-- paper they can bo built-inu luhir rKijroads in Paducah that the av- fur )ou, sanl" Uleclcdatoc fevr) thing uauall kept rr ir a. v lrjt youwant Hill lU.U, PIALKK IN want Ptjttennnti, If amis of miners had been out of or two, but in reality it takes time. erage cill.en la iuclluod to receive lit a If roa nal Lritrr lit.!., MAHSACUUHKrr. Italian anu Amkiugan Maruli employment, mid thousands em-- l The P. & II. gentlemen should then with certain amount of incredulity lr you want Not- - llc.lt, UVunilv munumkntb, tomu and ohavk If Jvu iQt plowed weronlmobt starving, audi not talk of building the road right any statement regarding tho anNow York Times: Wo do not at IfTuu nl lhnz 4rili. Evcrylhintc frcih, new, clean and cheap 8TONK8. many woum nave starved but for away, iiut,snyiutwelvoorolglitoen you Mnl Hull Imlfailoim, If nouncement that a now project of this stage of tho canvass vonturo Alao, they will eonllnuoto run lho J 4. 01M CUU lIUHt If yon want M.fpplus Tuyf, AVINO In nook, a flna lot of Amer outsido help. Juduo Tlinrinan'Mi mouths. It will tako sovnrul tho kind is soon to bo under tho prediction that tfio Democrats If you wunt Uitluii Circular. AHHOi'tmout J JXAKi:itY9 ican ana Italian Marble. I am rre- decision was in favor of the min months to make tho survey and course of construction. ft ilon wunt JOB PHINT1N0 of mijr tu cau carry MaBnachusetts, but their Inrl'ii ii,Ifynn Iu a tiiott fttJrctorr mannrr, Jr. ers, and peace and plenty follow- profile ns long again to get tho und havo aeeurtd n HraUclajw balfcr, Fresh piredloflll all orders. Call and aiatnlne Tho Paducah, Hickman and proNpoct of doing so is very far cu i jour want ntl.lif J hj calling at lh my work bread each day, Alio, n , ed riotinir and penury. Now theso dopot grounds, the Southern railroad company has from desperate. It is much hot Orders from the country promptly 1T Hocking Valley'iuinors, twodhirds needed and expected subsidies or been organized witli tho prospects ter than tho Jtepubllcnn prospect lio Found 41led. Office. of whom nro represented us Re- subeciiptions, etc., and then tho particularly bright. All tho stock of carrying Connecticut or New maySf ann chaUenfe Ifce market In thta lino. Al IT publicans, havo invited tho old earnest work begins. Wliilo it is has been taken and a St. Louis Jersey, All tho elements that so, a nidge to visit them nnd receive truo tlio route is one over which firm has promised to dispose of have heretofore mndo Mnssachu ERIVATE SJCHOOL, OIVK II I 31 A. THIATi LIVKUY an ovation. Democracy will inako a road could bo built cheaply and its bond. Doth tho Cotton Belt fiotta so certain for tho Hepubli. And net your Ulackimlthlng and general OPKN A 8CHO()Lor Doya and (looJd delivered lo any pul of tho City In connection. Wagons, big gains hi that part of Ohio. it can't ho douo in n and Mobile & Ohio railroads aro cau ticket aro now moro strongly IWIIiL on Monday, Anr 27th, at the jnulckly, still rfn"i Uufs't8 Itepalring done at (lite ua a trial. Ac , for hire day, nor month, and Iiaidly ilton school honae. fnear tfco Court rear. anxious to seo tho road built and witti tno j;omocratH than their opnovll Home) ucToiirit iiTir. Patronao earoettljr eollcllid, Paducah News. written saying that they will ponents. The iutelligenco, tho in- and havo aailafnctloD guaranteed. lend their every assistance and dependence, honesty, nnd politi Cornrr o Obion ami Exthangt Strett,) If Urn, W, J, SfonoiIoMiiotreach home Tormi $2 00 ond $3 00 per month. prellj soon he will mm all tho fan ntSALE AND LIVERY STABLE niOKMAN, to tho enterprise. cal courago of tho Democrats aro AXoinr.it Ti:n. LI DA D. LANDKUM. KY full d to tie npproAchlny prlmnry flee Tho Original Wins. The road is certainly on a very Cieater than thoso of tho Itcpub nuglO-l- f frailitctUhtAnJinl tion, .In.lcc While In dolne M levrl Good Work atRock.bottom Prices, My C. P, Simmoni, St. Louli, IVop'' News is hear- licuns. Tho young men of tho to kmioutof ihc fielJ. bat the iwou'b am. Fah-i"0 WQW'B flOUl all over tho Dls solid basis, nnd tho rl.A.SlinuonUr Medicine, Kit'd & motto. ho U. b. Court DaraATa J. ty iu tho belief that It will bo built State, who havo always had a jjl?j onsloiis for the iui to go on The Stnr,trlet indicates that there is toT MUM. HOnK n ij.fcialtydo ellln, i'rop'r A, Q.Stnunoni Llv 3SSTRAY 3XT0TICE! KKNTUCKY BTIIKBT powerful intlucnco upon its r Peculator, Jm'J ty ZcIIln id. W- - our present ConpreMiiian may rvdi giro to return to Congress a our at no dldtuut day, JOHN F. QUAY. at. A. S, L, M. boa lor 47 yeara KKP3 couitanlly on baud Tor hh and who hold high tho stand- rIXVKKXUl AS A STRAY, on or iIkiu! mat20tf cured tNDiOKiTinrf. UaioiiNita, and sale ard of Republicanism under An- - JL the 16th Uay oi Jiny, man, br M, I). JJViriMIAICK HBADACJiaXOfct IV democrats reCOg 1IOK8KB. UUOQIES and HACKS. jila may know jinn what U in ll. canvas. J! bt0"0, .lll ArriTiTt. Souu bTOMAcic. Itc. WILL TUT Wll drow and Sumner and Wilson, are JnWon, . Incr. In Fulton county. Kv . 8 Htv. T II, llcaroa, 1'aitDr M. K. .i .. lie lina been faithful to Thev are nil talking vlethn. hut Ii4o ,"zo i Having purchmed the stable, borflei W. Church, Adrtmi.Tenn,, writrat"! mile now more go no rally with tho Dem- mi lea KaHt or llUKinan anil ipiMnffiipon which to hold a repetnti!a Ids trust and that Ids iullucnce is Tlio Doniocrats nro making n and entire outfit of W, 11. I'lumraer uiiuk tngui j itava Docn dead but Boutli of Mcdehee'i X loads, on thu cfluer-atioto oontinue the buainesa, and Allow the (wo tenllrmon great among Ills fellow lliombors bravo fight to reduce tho tax on ocrats, and dud in that party far Moscow nnd Troy road, ONE WtOWtf lor your uenuino i, A. blm we room Liver Mcdlctna. I har Ift ino't n tlmo or iwonnl the dU'rlet o..,i .i.k i. ...cHcltpatronagc- clothing, blanket;), farm imple moro lucentivo to their cal and COLOltU) i;OK9K( about 15 hand hhrh .i.i.. i.. "' aometlmcs hail to aubstltute " J b hi a bl space wo.il !AHI1. -l- ilirdwell Mar. a it.4 Ztitln'a tuli, for your aledl The Democracy repro nnd aUmt l'yenra old, rlglit hind foot NjO trouble to name all articles, but do lt,,oro - V ill said "i Capt. ments, and other noceesarioa of energy. to show goods. Cnwrj. clnt, but It don't aaawcr ta t lirond on left thlRh, and the Cant. Stoiio Is In NVasldng on stone's opponent, Judgo ofWhite, life, anil they haro a aplondifl seats progress and reform, the white, T ptirnoae.1' Come and see, at Lnroi Mr f r..u.. TFJtl w.. & teller O" or "Con left ilde of face, rinht T. TYLER and Moioow Artnue, tho corner of Troy attending to tho duties for which lho (ilspositiou Is nani Kast Hlckmrn, Kjr chanco to Biiucocd. Tho Prohibl principle of freedom and popular fyoout, nnd lomo stddlc niarka on hack, vaftitt, MrmiiliUjTenn, iaii est to he was oeoted.and ha will tiotCapt. atone richts received a narkira of vnurl.lt n another tonn. She tinntBts know that either the l)cm graspingagainst reaction nnd tho 'tnr in fuco. When taken iiji he had on a :."V." ATTORNEYS AT LAW, icuiunc, mu nnvc uceu nanui it. leave until tho pvel falls, what- spirit of monopoly. It worki like a charm, I want no nary election occurH on the ocrata or Uepuhlleans will win, Jlorn finihPc, nhout half worn, nnd a brttrr Liver Itevulator and ever tho prlnmiy j3i, of October, and ail gopd that tho ProhihltlmifstH havo no much worn bridle with a curb hit. No OK MAtf, II I KENTUCKY PHYSICAN AflD SURtiEON nu moro id tilln'a taistur nmfka olectlon will tako placo Oc ober Democrats should bear It in mind. chance, thon why will thoy, If thoy Tun lntcRt retunia from Ark other hrnmlA at r$30 00. perceivable, and KENTUCKY TTTIIiLnttend lo all biulricatcnlruatod HICKMAN, 13th, and Capt. Stone's ft lends ; honestly want tax reduction, voto ntiHriB pivo Knle, Democratic rati, THluel hy mo my 10, '83. his Profonfonal Services U TT to their care. RuiiKMiiUfithoniiinjirv nirfilnn no an to weaken tho party that Ih illdatu for Govcinor, a innjoiity of (Ien under v. hand thW Aui. r. c. must ceo that his Interests nro OTPKHB ' j. mi;ni;i;s(j.i umio lurullurc factory, of Hickman nnd vicinity a trying to leiltico taxation ! tiilceii uaic of, Staiitlaul. occurs Oct. im. 17,000. aiy'JMw navb- - '18 uuio.'fc.u iiKAiiiNt - u into a j ... - ! VICE-PRESIDEN- T, oiiio. rf ojmiii lm-I5- t litt I . ,!,.i. i vr . . i'nm thu top and bottom of tho ban el, and till in tho middle with u lot of gnarly, wormy and decayed fruit. It dues not pay. Tho deception Is easily detcctod upon investigation, mid merchats do not care to not eaioto havo fraud practiced upon them, neither do they care to practice it on their customers. Full iegutatlonslzcd barrels shduld bo used. Tako tho barrel, one head out, nail tho hoops, nun break off the ends of tho nails nt the inside; place a layer or tier of apples, fair, smontii and origin, us closely as possible, stems down-md- , on the lower end, then till up, u basket full at a time, throw log out small, wormy, gnaily and windfall apples, and thuking the bur rtl mil after each doposit until It is full two inches above tho rim; place tho head squarely on tho apples, and with n scrow or lever press rorco it Into place and nnll securely. Turn over tho barrel and mark name of npplo tilth red or black led. or stencil. Jhor tu mL that, to bo shipped safely, iruu must bo packed V$ht to pro mttlinsr or brulsliicr. in slilimiuciiiiplcs tho first of sliin tlio season eatly varieties !' should see that openings on ttie sido of tho barrels and also In bath cuds, to admit of tho of air, which will greatly belp to bring apples through in good condition during the warm citeu-lation The Largest, Safest and Best Company in (ho World ASSISTS $119,000,000. Paid Policy Holders $24B,O00,00O. i.I A. A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. What to Buy? Ac&numv. pij-ahl- O El 1" JEL j3l n-- nr )r and;i,-nuaj;- )i -- JC0WGILK,E1 J. D. , V ARCHITECTS, J1ILLMB &S0H. and BUILDER" Kontuolxy. .....-.:..;- ., tt-- uickha r. COHORS Eickmcn, J ft SAW MILL PorSale A. P. OLIVER, fcvcr-infccte- u HIGKH&H BaBE. U. CAPITAL, r r : rZ'z. w ... z .i-nff-nr.- U I W1T1 1 1 im ( - iw Mtl -- 1 fair-minde- d Onm-ntUm- 1 hay-eac- h foot-hol- d o Hiowj: lOITIKUCIAI, T T vayilT3,e & Oq, E T. a j 1 Hick-freema- n n it Domestic Sewing Machine. DOUGLASS BROS K HERTWECK. BALTZER & CO. well-to-d- i'i'nj - .., ... ... a i...i.J. . v.0 ia-i- T lftr, . in.--- .lf $ d :,, . i . -- Iim ....rjr'' . W Lumber for Sale! a HICKMAN WAGOIT, DAMAGE, A Uch-ii- A ! i. 1 at This! llu"luf-Cnl( I him Witting Grocory. ! light-of-way- Courier Job GROCERIES Mil I BXCSMA1T! FIGHT BTJTOHBB SHOP, NTABLE, J. P. GRAY'S, - bt-n- t Pahkbb. poll-tic- s, rr t't i -. . one-liai- r & ' I till . .., Family jOroceries. DIESTELBRINK . Tf H.A. R U..1.-1- .. 'i.-T- 7. DE7A.A7FAm8 , v ,r" A V'f'TE 'jp,'tVt",lt' mmmm w liU ' r gvljSflBMWMtJtf r9ftliBwawlirifl1aiaWflUBMM JtlWl .1 1' U " - ... . O. . J ( tta 111 ailfl - - - . - IMQ.. - r-- -., -- r JLMM. I,. . ,.., - .. '? I . -- T.. Jia ,MMKiHMHaV&tjE2fllffvM Rf IT'TffiiliSffllMm Kfe. .JfejSJrmMnff" ' f ' .fc- S ." -- .44Ia4 iiifflKiMfPiVEp'M ' cjjt- - 5T . .... i a. - - w "i JTiT c W'. ;t' irav . aim.rv t. ' "V f t "i -- A, BteBrjrf i .i mT" .ar WTT!37Ti j S mi ml 1 ! ,! ii iri i m !. n ! !. clocks ii r". iyi 4 t1 Hurrah. ! Hurrah ! GROCERIES A'r .:il SKTlci&ry. f i n IT Vpi rithfei4if Toijl ii ill ll,'rfcfcniBlgW KW&LXi.1i r it jj ?. . iCX X BURMiVGAMB, G xv. xvo. a- Old ltuLiAUhii Sbf. s3F tk - a-- s , .4. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, lijusicaf Goods, &c JKnr.LHV. i The people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich Little boys and girls arc singing, little babies are smiling, and everyoouy is ipyi an cuusuu uy uiu grcab FAMILY GROCERY, 1? u a TF. flAfi Tftf ffl Hm V Ha0 tmi ?&, ?- J; OPBITIiqra OF THE WE AHE NOW RECEIVING STOCK Of SHELF AND HEAVY UOUD.s, AIAU, A FUtti Line of KI1iIoc Tackle. CmT Goods Delivered tnx of Chre. J mXTAULi OUR 4'OXtJHI.KH. nilhorU; wi c RfHiftiinre JIUK JA I). Will I Urn niuMcoiiHiy,miiiflH' tl notion of the far Ounj(H'i. aiihjwt Di'iuocrnila pity TW NEW Which Y OBEC Illckmiiti In about to be brought down to actual business ns to n" new rnlltoad, tho I'artiicah nml! Illckumu roml, iiud ut tho begin- ning, tho Couitiuu wants to say a few plain words to the manage- fluent of this enterprise, and that Goodown people is Is about In tills Also: "Ulekmau ,is delighted with the flntiriirlPi, bye Tim Union tiityfulr opens Oc .It Is exactly the road to suit uiy totior 'JtU on or soon ftim nfcaiN's august aotb, isss, aku cOS'Tlstom feulnA particularly ins confomiauMi wiui Minn IjOvIo Lnndrnm Is visit the lliokiimn&Tiptoiivillo Thk finsT liigrcliilUcH In tlio city. Compnuy, but has been cajoled Klocutlnn, Ugr7Mil.fmalles, Hook Kwjiing and the Scleucis. survey " Mfo KM Soonpn in visiting wltli9 and had railroad , . .. OoTCfnrtient mitJbtil firnl. n ml linpn nrolcctcd until hoin Special ittentlio gff en to prepnMn Voung incn tot buAlfat), and tudii( for tollfgci friends hi tlio city this week. deferred tiuiko tho heart sick. mom Mir innmime STAPLE AND FANCY i:Ulor J. It. Oravcs, of Mem- Wo linvo abundant confldenco In - 00 believe .Ilf we havo n lllltlon pTl'e PHnJrj Viiplli. per Monll CLOTH ING.' Como niul eoo our Domestics nt Would jou oo big lot of Towels, with fuue? t phis, Im to lecture In Fulton the the ollicers and Directors, but TUITION. rItitcrmlut rupiin, kt jiudiii., MI no hii.1 von will wmit 1000 vnrds 4 oo 75 Suits worth $5.00 for $4.00. vunced 1'uplU, per Month J lixttt week of this month. so 5 cents each. borders, at our peoplo havo been fooled t tlmt nrico. Wo arc sollinc 7.50 for $5.00. GO SultB worth w Drouth nml frofit linvn riain- - iiiuiiv time that the dcodIc must lOo Domestics at 8c per yatd. Suits nt $3.50. B. 50koo1 afUT If II HUM YOU ARK! nrd tlio crops of the Northwest .Imvou pnMvo nrool oi niuiiiy lin-" Must think! AKiodBiiltfor3.G0. )o( l.tJ. ..,.! Itm linnllllir -I. ..II. A big lot of Calico at 5c, worth Cc. hciioiibly. I'll II linn iuiiu, tiiu uvn."n IHff lot 12.50 SultB for $3.50. Our 5c Calicoes nro the best in company. It SHOES SIIOH3! Mr, Win. Fortune, of Tipton-vllle- , biml tills orKiiiiixcd 75 spring at) lo 825 Suits for $20. tho market. us that a is visiting friends in tlio city comes to Pine Suits nt blj btirgalua. )o In this lino wo offer big bargains: )o this week. LADIES, ATTENTION! $1 25 Shoes for $1 00 nsHiired.and that capitalists are PQOTS. SHOES. CLOTH-mul- y P VNTS. 1 50 Cole nml vlfonro Mr. Jno. Good fancy bordered bamlkcr KEITTTJCBL'S', to cash tho company's bonds. , CATOX, Lookl 200 paira Pants at 00c per t 1 50 2 00 several weeks nt. Mont TIllM 1110 i;OUIUKUIBIOlUUUUUMK; spending chiefs at all prices, quick!, pair, lllg bnrcninl Oomo ii 2 00 2 50 lied Spreads from 75c to $5.00. Katlcf Ton n. iiaB a'ili3 xixuaxiHT but If it ran bo proved to the pco ING, HATS, CAPS, Good Pants at $1.00 per pair. it 2 50 3 00 nrc not oniy nuiv i Laces and Embroideries lu all va KIit(;iiiiin upent n row plo tfint Miss ICnte worth $2.00 for $1.25, Pants 3 75 5 00 ricties nt tho New York Store. .1..m ti. ITnfnn nitv fllin tniHt unck.1 linclii work hut to kCPI It Ul until One lot Pantc worth $2.50, $3.00, Ami o on. Plenso nondcr )o tho loud In completed, then theroocr vlsUliiff MIrs Mcltn OurdntT. CLOAKS, &c, , " $1.00 . nd $5.00; come Ret them "".par nr ."cos a lew minutes ami' txnntin nnnnn Is little doubt but that our oft rte. in nil' aoiuin...i;inn ; t jiiuwo uuuio. Mr. ui.i..AV n.i,u i,.n bnii! iIt NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &,c, fe- lor yi.uv, ,.v , v iinrtfl!-- t triii j tlnIr n houl- noljco lljc nmoUMi 0f money you Como and seo our elegant stock of w "r- l:,M,ur tho wheel lu earnest, and fw MUuIflMlmtl Li...-- nvh hiu pretty PatternP, nt law tlgures. V.i 1 Vir'. i miitb to can save. To which we call your attention, nvv voir SMILE! njiuuu liic tan mm niiti all Our stock of Hats and Caps wo help all n'.oui; the lino. We oiler them nt very low pri10 doren Men's Hats' at 25c each. ' Boys' and Children's Shoes of Messrit. Deo Amber;; nnd K. ce, nnd will not le unTheir lliilnr tliMiinlHr A big lot Corsets very low. L. Alexander, have returned, nftor tt.tonishment. you-w- ith nft o o vo wIU have to couio quick, ProbtiUlr nonf tldng h dersold by any botihC. That lie 1ms ever carried, nhd at PEICSS as LOW as tta LOWEST. 1 n pleaetunt stny lu IMntonld. trade at J W row a tvntrnl tf 10 Is ..111. IlfupS'liirrat Ijirlr ilvM)C ...Ab. Campbell, oft Moscow;al.l. ihircui(amfri of u lutuy (rc trial .a II.. i- mo tml... rmiiM-iiimiiy uim .". r KltV v Mhuuiw.my for On We t) untie our tnends for their lib So, week, says our Moscow corres. ' conIUn Thtr lrw u imiijr Ho doos not fear to compare prices with any one; andj in factj bio is ilcl !nm oral patrounuG in the past, nnd iMiUdent. aimit In lhU xtrr xnunho Stock is complete In every Department. eurrt tod cfr tdiall endeavor to merit a con tlmt t save Mr. W. H.Oon,!! iirnml?titrll'cft iU roij., ApUjiii. CrtlJch-- i N ftaT Call ami oxamino his goods before buying elsewhere. tinuuncc tliU K'aou. Of this COUnty, left jr9cMl. , Croup, nnd ttbroal nd luc yOHtlff mail nnickiy CUU1 Monday, to resume his course of ion ran mt. ! ulii studvat Prlncotoii College, i'rluco urorebiilneJ genii wo,,,r Kittle fr ,'TcrJr ',w i" ton, this State. Call nnd ee iw iKiforcbuviug. Wi will make it to vour intere.sU Mr. 0. M. Adams, who Is on. T nrmocrnts of tho whole nwii ssrrt rm I euife 'VVitls. & SlSfOOO Stools, of Dry Good Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, its,, offered to the STORE a BIG BOOM! aeac 3C O I5L JUL A. 1st 0 0 High Iff School LOCAL NEWS. high prices! to stay, and Hickman will prices. at really their THE NEW YORK STORE has come be - Fall, aad Wlatec - J 1 ;? I DRY GOODS, I VI. HUGHES, A. B. 1 traws-MI"'j- P"1. ir F- - WJk.HiIj. linu or j , j -- u (ft fa fa ir tt iy .!. ' ""! ' I bJ ju a ij rvll riiJ I i , I MJ kind reader, after you have carefully read this advertisement, which given to you in good faith, we ask you to money, sider awhile, and if you want to Clothing and Gents Underwear EAST HICKMAlt MORRIS Sl 4 "-v COMES TO THE! & MM, rn.lj. Ark, I. ,....dl..S a fcj-n, aic (y Senator Heck Is nick nt Old Tolnt Comfort, Va., with heart nisease. u is icnrcu he wilt nui bo able lo resume his seat In the Senate this session. -- Tho Prohibition camp meeting i ttlH chaiicesof re Prohibition work- election, lhereforo ho as not tent. Prominent visit the crs from all over tho State are,I been permitted toany speeches in peo-t,riM- .AnrA.. nt K.iiiAu itm Itidiig condimtcd In ftlurgeibaxnrdiughUowii , a,jjourus, to ltenublienns from pushing certain lucrcased nnpro nrl:it(c)ii bills, una to compel the Kcpnblinuis to pnt their party on iceord on the tariff reform Issue, nd for these weighty reasons v..r. Cant. Stone remains in his scut, Mi)H, nrcvent tho . iTr CoIlgr08ll .. ftlwlt 1.11 Fl. '.-..- COLDSTEI1T Smith IttisS COLDFARB, HICZMAN, SENTUOSY. MilTG W. JNO. Wo C0MF1 IT, SON, Ellison. ' " MAUrACTUUKnH or Prop's, NEXT DOOR TO 2. M. MAXWELL'S, THK IMDl'VAII A 1I1CUJ1AX. " rnnntv. sravo cilitor -- J it nuglO-lBSr WILL GRIKD MEAL EVERY SATURDAY. ..I....it.xi fri 111! Ill8 lIlterCStH Uf0 UltrC, CWO., Hill of AppeuU, seriously ill, at ri.t- Court A.- - .....t .n.nit in 1.U rntmni I.I.until ' ... the residence of Oapt.Tom Pnore .... i.. !. iiii ...tit .i.. 'i'i. i.,,.-- i that ho iloirt Intend to ronurrau selected as n board of directors COII B . In South prankrort. Mia K Partclt. MiM Utile ieeliam-- U ...J, .11. miliuf mat ...nM1. ...,, ,...-.- .rn.iDnli. 00 goes icet loremosi. stay, insist . o FURNITURE, lllK njii'tiiiupj uimi "OMij, and nftcrvilitch tho stockholders adnro alarmed at his condition. for Kastwooill HoMI 1 FURNITURE, MIi Vnln Kiiiglii (1 H. Elunger. tiiUtteiices us uicy can mi nu0 prices guarauteuu. orublo MIst'Mari!! Goalder Tom Uilloa. "Wlilto Caps" a hospita- journed: Judge Kuudto. of Hickpivo tho Iiosrl On Thurstlav nlpht Inst, Induce voters opposed lo him tO scpiT Mii Lou Monif omrr K Creed man; Dr. E. O. Heed, of Clinton; ble reception, you bet! a wnitort.uin wrens ran una pin jj0 to the polls. Hence, mo incnuw I MolHnlel. Whilc-- A. Judge It. S. Murreil, of Hickman; MIm AndrelU Lawiioii A J. Taylor, carving. Supposed to have been 0r Cnpt.Htouo should bestirthciu' successful and interestinp M. Kiiigo, of Clinton ; Capt. Mr. J. Mim Ltxxio Goalde r K C. Dancey. iinipHMi "ii uiunui'Ki iiiivi "" hcivch, nuu nui nc junmmuptr proiracieu lueeiitiu is in piuKiuns tL Child rrn Thtr tro ca- Heed and J. ILMdtoit. Mim Kate Kingman bull. Tho Under will bo rewarded Unt siicrillced for rcmulnliiR at t the Hickman llaptist church. OiVVrC pecUllr luila to suddea Kd. Tarlev, MnjorChas. PEALEUS IV MIm Corn Mnotsjotufry J Hendersan. by leaving it at Mrs. Addle. Jones'. jirt poat of duty rather than iibim-- l j,ier Hoberts, of (llnsgow, Ky.,tooldi, Coagh, Croup, Whooping Couch, Hon. II. Houston, of raducah. W. It Kaodle. Mini Ida UoMontcourt Immediately after the stockhold .1 .Kaa,UA -. 111 iva . t, kimtari W. T. Uarrj. Mane an impressive, sarnesi ami uuio'ttc ii' Buu ;;" ers7 nujonrurneiu me uireciurs MiM NeadaDeMontcourt 0 W Mencham. Heck vv Gardner coutemplato ilm.liK Hint linul tA iinntu . iiiiinn MiM Summers Sold crcntiujr at their spoke factory in electioneer forlils (Son) dor. held a meeting nnd elected tho It, MIsa Carrie Uainaye s nti u ib nniLii ii v ,., church Union Oily a wheel factory with n following named gentlemen as MIm Nannie Warren W. (1 Kingman J. V. CO WO ILL, Druggist. and tho profound interest, For ript sots. daily capacity of seventy-livMitucs Claudia- and Nora DonaUlion II. of tho corpointlou : A re I amouut at KilttIral rnclnrcuitpt Kiltnun. Sanders & Gardner will erect a Mill tut tlfttm hi ttWuJnil CmnluUtrl U Is crowded each night. Severala rrcsldeiit kludge C. L. Handle. M,M!wMen Dicae1brhik It. S. Roberts. KENTUCKY conversions havo resulted, and The City Council of Hickman HXCKMAXi luuiory tor inanuiHCiurinc nay ;orc for lhtlr Vice Trcsidcnt Capt. Etl. Tar-letheftrM rlmon ih Miss Lou DieMelbrink 0 0 Kuger. each night. voted an appropriation of one lltCMiiV, CtC UeWt. tml tho lot tutn will prolwlilj t number of seekers at Creally Mn. MoUierraiher It L Ureter. .. . ...a .1.. is . If t,l.,t-.vhundred dollars to tho yellow fo- ARE OFFKRINO stl gradrs of IWnf MeJlnm tml Fine Furniture " - T. Rnmrgi. Treasnier Dr. IJ. O. Heed. MM Annlce linger -- Mr. K. O. Alexander, after -price. We carry full Hoe, at all lime, of vcr sufTcrersof MIm Carrie ScottK It. EllUon., Secretary Hugh Mulholland.jr tTARDROBESt ork, spent a few .; tMUr?j jcctrio littirr ha Mn iut WcvWvOft thatwfrctful.rTUh nml i New York -- rrt viritliiR cv rrr irflnhiMi with CUAIRS, IWCKERS, TA11LR3, BUREAUS, WASIISTANPS, Mlai Carrie Wallace W. H lUttier- Attorney Judge W. G. llullitt, days in the city nnd left for his (n Ui front, immrnii iwpd uon( ha Windy G!let T.thlng rlua. or!in0unt was promptly forwarded T. U.Thomas. Annie Kooerr CHAMBER SETS. MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, Jc, Judge Mi and Mrs. Executtvo committee now homo In raducah, where hc.tcti linlrl. nl unn(mo1y rUcii u ntobiAcft iiiBowow, can pp reucTru to tho Kclief Uammittce, cunes- Mr. Ja. Slerdieut. the lowest dl'c u a trial Mil m conTinrcu. prKe-ipiuuri) Handle, Capt. Farley, Cot. Hous.i we Vi7ir b .,i .ii.M.mt ill conn. furnishing store. tlrni ilawf amor rrwHIc or u im. l! Mrs. Ja. lluhb&rdt and Miss .""?"--'"- " will open a gents Pr nnd -- -. .;, noS ;- y- -wh a nail but noblo ton, glsff are headiuriert on VfiUbKi alaptcd touie relief and ur alasgie Pinch. Wc wish him much success in his . upon the lart of our a Urge line oi "oouen anu w.i.. tilion in this line. We earrr Mr. rm ut KMnVft LtTer and Siom'h l.riw . i W .r-- I'rlci S3 eentt. Bali, ty donation and wotrustall pood A talk with several of tho gen- Mia and Mm. Hlckett. new home Vm itUArAiiUfd U mu Rlvtirto Coiuiclliiicn, Jaiu Alien. COWOILL Uruimist. Hr Itepatring snd Job ftork a cUI'y. tlemen interested lu tho new comAOc. Mr.nudMrt. 11. M. Islcrt nnd Carrie adopted by the liivMliiirtil. PriFfi Pius! pint 51 itrl"UU Regulations elicited that tho pany ns SIam J W iSwiir approve the act. This prospects abovo eaily commence- Drewry. but General Conference of tho -S- aturday oveninp near Fulton, for the Mr. J. C. MlUon and Mrfi.Jone. and by ai Iworl Methodist Church will permit pasW. Haywood placrd tho nuu- - j""1 "I" bo followed whluli alionld ment of work on tho lino wero Mrs KUlson. Mr. J. 0. Haley, director, and r.!e II. from tlio cltlen retain charge of nun tors to of aehot Kun under his ehlti most llattoring. A preliminary Mers. Aleacham, Wayne, lirfgga and Mr, Tilghman, attorney, of the bo libeially responded to. church for five years, provided and pulled tho trigger. Ilia hcntl survey of tho routo will bo made While, Fulton. Mnr4 Ham Johmon and Marsh tho lHihops do not exercise their Ga.,Tcun. & Mo. railroad, passed wns literally torn to pieces. Ho as soon as possible. Sunday. Thete through Hickman. Caycs, right to chango them. en becan.o demented over religion,- X PCMW 5!0011lrj!t!,1?irr2nr gentlemen nro now actively rno.sr nuanox.s. lmvinK professed ''complete saneMrs. Adams1 Drosmaklng paired in canvassint? among tlio u Mississippi River Levee Comdstnhlitlimciit has been moved to Mississippi overflow laud own tiflnntioir' a few weeks ago. His :!orgyri,atloPol(oDlDif. ltpurifleatli U S. SmSAi. Okkick, pany, Mrs. :. T. (Sardner's resilience, cra of Obion, Iiko and Dyer, people resided at Coldwuter, Miss., hols njatma, and bantohrt all Khtumatlo TKSS.. Sept. i, 1888. NasilVILLB, Bplculid slock of tl.c very best makes of all kinds of where counties .Tcnn., securing land sub whore his remains were forward and Neuralcio pains. Wo guarantee lu To tht Kit or of rA Hickman tVun'cr Sir: A taethu: of the Stockholders In the Clinton street, very lowest tho market ed. Paducab Standard. W. CO WGILTj, Druggist. MlftftWtdppl lUver lvce Company wilt Us "lich arc offetal at ONEI'ttICK, and that thft J. nho will bo pleased to seo her oltl HcrIitloii8 Tor building tho levee I hav tlio honor to cnc'o'C, licrrwltli. a to be einctly .is rcprescntcdi j hcM at the Court Hon, in ilierily of uMd 6u lirat and lat fra.'J zt Nnshriilc customers and as many new oiicflUI ralroad from juotlflcs. All goods guaranteed to the tTI 1.4 ll. TennA'friiu 1H71 to 1837 Iocluile, for Hie Hickman, In Fulton comity, Ky., on Thursan may tavor ucr. one Y. W. . A cePB( hiphdands ..r Mmlrlil Itniiil. ThPV day the 4th day of Oct. 1&8S, for the pur if vour rader. Tlio dates may bonertt . A COllipuiUIH MHNiniaiMn, nun uuum- - j pcpotl VCF' fuvorablv on ther a - rn.1 Tim Yotitiir Alon'fi Christian As- , j tMaiifllfl in your locality, now that ihe rule of elcctlnK evn IMrectora to con . n iiinnunua nuunutiK 4vw a.ti.ma. you tees satisfaction. duct the huahieia of tald company for one wnrlf an fur. ftomo of tllO larXTOlt ...mnttAn. CiuirLfl. etc Did " oter tT nnnlntlotl moot lit tllOir tlult I'Vcn irofll ncajniu m viubq uvu up Knglliiu Hwnedyj It la ih Wi guu(iay afternoon nt 3 uclock. f j Acker tin FriMi Id Vint t'r"t In I.'o. TUy frw yfar, nnd until tholr aucccitora ana electMr. Ghofl. Smith, or the live, landowners subscribing AUttlKB, hprliitf. ffm Vriwt ed and nualltUd. enterprising dry goods and gro- tiielr laud s to tlio enterprise, me r7rra"c""Vtirr..r-- i T.t iL SP While tho meetings are more i i irivfiM iv i J02 Not. 12 1871 April and for the young men, the 1872 April W UEO.' WAHUEN,4 )Comri. Hmith & KIIIkoiu is conditions being, "no cery house of Oct. It S lltt u. M.Wi.uM.Mu8b.o. jijuijc- - both ladlos ana goiuieulirn-ulurfMM' irilli'H. btivllin railroad, all Rubacriptlons to lio In 178 Sept. 13th, 1SS3. Oct. 21 April 'JO 1873 ...... ii1tnlU Invltnil - to lit- - 174 April :U) . Tlioy nro Bau-- j 107 11IM1I. lllll l.lll llkllll Oct. 14 full nnd winter yoods. Tho nrosM null and void." n nrr v, i tt inir. 'trntitr VUM, nr ab.wi- 111 i in Wliwuik i Sunday 1875 April II) 12 170 Hi" Oct tonil thcao nicotines evory perily of this house has been pho- - gulno of success. 181 nlnti county tho murder easos of 1870 Oct. 7 April 0 nomonnl, and us largo irauo is 1G7 1 5 May Ogle, afternoon. nnd boiijt scrvico. 1S77 Oct. Mrs. Kllen Prico and Elam Prayer llurUlen'M Arnlrn Nnv. to fair dealing, real barSOI 1878 Oct .3 the Democrat of Pulton CVunfy, Ay. ; Mr. Ud In tho world for Cti, mother and son, for tho killing A. 1. Soils, leader. 180 gains, and tlio popularity of its Tiic ItKiT Su.vc 1870 Oct 21 April 18 for OcxTtCM' The DUtrlct Dcn'ocratio Hheiiin. Fever of Sheriff Winters, was-e- ot Hrulwa, Korea, Ulcers, Hall 189 J as. K. Fdqua, Sco'y. I8S0 April VI Oct. IS owners Commltico at lu meeting in raducah, Ky Sues. Teller, Clistii)eI Hands, LhUhUlm,' trial llOtOfO 1110 UlTCUlt Court of ISO 1881 April It Oct. 20 (Corner of Jackson anil Kentucky Streets,) AiiL'tiI0h lait. decldetl that our caudl Hkiii Kruptions, and posl (raVCB COUtlty Oil ft cii augo of Henry Huohanan,."Oldlhioki91 Vans sndall 101 Oct. 24 May 10 1MJ date for ContrrM ahould he itlccted by a Yellow fever is alarmingly on flHKl May 24 100 " y - " .: : .XuKMUn j vonuo. Tlio caso oi uio wo Utflo tho increase ai )uokoiiyiuo, i?iui 1881 April 23 Not. 10 ns ho Is kuo wn in tratio circles, ib tirlnmrv election, to be held 03 the 13th 171 Oct. :,V n"l linvH. for rcsculni: tlicir brother :.P"i now abroad buvhixT fall ami win- - or II1IIMVT HIHHIIHI . I.. 1. .II.AH If dy of October next, In ihr various voting -- I Qzu n 105 May 10 ' "' ' Elnm from on ofllcer, wna .el for prfC'ncia mrouguoiu ino mntim, in no tor goods. He Is old In years, old box. For sale J. W.oT.m; 1W May 1 Oct. -;-JecUloii a poll will be cordance with lhU .r-"Tui'siwy insi, ami a jury oruorou. , (1,7fp ... sw April 19 in trade, but livo and nctlvo as a glit. 158 Sept. 2 itylidi RIGS for hits 1111,11 U II u ITI1I11 bllJ ril I1IIHI1 oieneil In every precinct of this county on OP FAT P, with uatt STOCK, out and out. Hne, buyer, and always stands to tho 'from GravbH qounty. Aprll'21 solicited vniiAmli am nluk Tcuiiosrco aiw 18 day, at the tifual vodnjr iiUcca, und JUST Patronage reasonable. tint ' of The county jail commtiteo aro front In securing bargains for IiIh i . , MVPrv Democrat In the county fa earnestly i iuib 170 Oct. 18 ui .1.1. thoritics aro closely quarantining - AT.datoApr.24 iMiatniiinra. Hn r nokllOW PI CCII In nnnail tilt oil t llB WOCK. ltronar. 'TVfV w v ui lue goou in reanwled to cm liU vote that day for the Hfo are wrrowfuiy lev ttn tho Southern railroads to pre. r u i Very ropcctfullyt . iint Imvniir u.t.uf n.A nminffv Inlf rn. cunuiunm oi inn vmuivo. b to Tennessee JC3UXOF5KY, Democratic Committeemen aro charged will work anil They deferred in Hon OC130-OUcrver, Signal Service. with tho duty of profiting officrs of the reputn tho pprinir, hojiing after tho Au-- i indiceation and Constipation; sold on a points. lceon mi thin election nnl poll book for their rcveral . 4...... - - nM I flniiwt lit - 1 'ATlIl Ml CPUU. UT l,l.... ii.iitii a fi k.iii ITUHl IVrill Ml il., tion. HI" VilUUIfc UUlliV VU ItOlllOU K'"'"v" " direction Prlco's Spocinlly Troupe gavo preclnott; and under the further Tlio connnittoo in chargo of prisoners lu jail whilst J, W.COWGILL, Druggist. of Ilia mfcdnff, t I'aducali, the (ominlttee Sc Purl low, nuv havo fewer Messrs. Gray on Oct. 13th two performances in this city last or thin couuty will meet In hi oily at he ropairs were being done, Uio primary olection chinists and blacksmiths, havo tho coinmitteo don't hurry but Ve4nwi tho is making oxtonslvo nrc: Fulton, Jos, P. Tyler; Lodg- - week Fridav and Saturday nights Court lioue, nt 'J o'clock, p. m i nnd cerIntlie, and if tho lidded on board hla now Floating Opera day, Ociolier 17lb,tbSS. to count work tho Jail will again bo full up. ..rnniirntlniiR fnr a lolnt nolitlcnltton. H. II. Hiuford; Oarce. S. E. to their tify tho Totea cut at tlita flection. other improvements ilobuto next Saturday botween Johnson; Jordan, It. Y. MoGou- House, Tho performances, con J. W.C0WUILU sliops, and uro competent to do elating of neuro minstrelsy, aero. dub' no. nn : . Clnlrninn County Pern. Com. Democratic District Elector iinn KniArAnii Kt iiflr ( too. t ..10 andTsafras,lIleKuinn. A. A. rnns: llon.jiutie foats, juggling, songs, clog almost any kind of machine re Jero J. Jones; llentl, Itepubhean, Hickman, Ky., Sept. 17, less. pairing. Tlioy will make u hio Smith, made a clear, sound, oeb'tod Tennessee Owen, tho silver, lleckham. These committeeman dancos, otc, wero In ptil hupomIi hnforo tho Glnvohii Hon. Win. O. cialty of mnkintr uuu uuuu uiuui jLicruicro. arooxnocio(UOBiMuuiuiurK,jhUD hnwl MMiiirninn flluli WnilnnBiluv tnlliMlCll KoiltUOkian. w-mMAituir.n, - . .:.. . imuiiuiiiui. i . . . .. , "i and doing any and all kinds of rellt miHMIlH v,..vr, . . J.UU anu suerui in ihiuu'ouuu r. jvouvu u.iuutii.iMu. rm.. On the 6th Innt., 0. K. Btroud lo Mlas accort iiff 10 1 10 ProvouH pairing of farm implomonts, sawyiL .VAh.E iirnvflllod 11U1 to dnotH. and thco oQlcora to con- .boat was packed each night, and Ida M. Fcrguion. mills, innchlnery, &c. This Is n ..r. fArwiilAi. l.mv.1. nvn.u. mnt Clov. Marks, a Tennesson duct said election In all recocts many pronouucod It tho best show On thotith Inat., J. C. now to Mlia C. . vulunlilo industry that Is growing 1.m-vi...MA n .i .ii uinin ninnfftr. tint If in ovjiiliiifF n Iprrullv nnthor r.ed elections, re- - that has visited lllckmau for many H Lit tic. JUJEu up quietly lint ft u rely. It Is ono V!UJ"".'" - years. Ami eomitliiL' nil tho nunlMr. PllCO will. robablV, ' On tho 12th int, J. I, Whcolcr to MW tn .A. nmmnntoii of tho "infant industries" that all B..uu ,i,u,io. ...HruiiuHu... Cora Ilngant of lino talent, understands tho is- - moot 1)11 Owcub, surely no 11ns mod vocorsoncrou wuonru wumunnd every ono should extend a In thU city, on the IJth Inst.. J. A. Ap fro,"tho fr3liWPa Into cnit and intend 0 vote cT liPUESCl'TfoltfS CAUEFULLY COMlOUXnKD.? "protective" interest by liberal en sie Iperlotmancos in the city hall. puson to Mlai KnMin . Pilion. Democratic nomincea. thu lire. convinoiug Hpcouh. good will. cuuracmout and iirnui-v, 7to rnniK wri ur iililu unnni V .. .., .... . i iiiv .1.0 in ,I..B. pic, or to mnko Take iU . own belmlf, mid will not havo ia Hsaiiiln liicKimin, ai ino ruiio , beforo tho inl- 4Rtaud. where she will be cluu to .. !.. ,,..nr. .i- Julia JackSOn Ilt KnBtvfOoil, of tho Tiptonvlllo Hcadliftlit. notice, thnt if ho didn't iiuittakliiK such -- -- Tho "White Cans" of Lako ..-- I,, ! .. .i. 1 ' ..II !. .I.V ftiiniiilti tlllll iIIU. mniiv mtw niiPR mh plies Unit Lake county is his home. I' ... B" Mn.i,rn. i .1 n The youn men of lllcVmnn gave n very evening. In enjoyable diice Ncnt rJoch honor of MIm Alice J one, of Mora phi. Tht Rtockholdera of tho new Tcnn. : Miss Ktnma Heirllt, of Carbon dale compnuy which has tho project of 111.; Mirs Julia Kapan(of Mtmphf, Tenn ; I h.tllie Mfncham constrnetinga standard gaugo rail- .MUvm tin, Kyn nl Mr an Venlft Kiitgh', r Fill Sidney Vodds this city and Hickroad between The nmilc'that van eieeuled by Prof. man in charge, ludtl a meeting in T. U.TIiomdf orchestra, wangrand. Thwe Judge ilullitt'a offleo on Legal who Mtlendei were. T. T. Swriyne MiM Alice Jonc How this morning. r CowgHt. Mm Emmi IlewiU H The following gentlemen wero MiaiJiiIU Lit;an S. L Pud U. Tine Riicyo'TT mm v Spokes r and Boiler y tjariD coBy2r 3n:ea.Xj, Agents for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes Mi-sU- STEPHENS & I1IYLER, ' 'Ii; 3 .." ownre-eleclioii- e nrf, 111 ,.-- 11 offl-ccr- j Furniture and Undertaker's WB Ms, 1 ,, jVrAVo' NoU-n- if ?'.'' '""' uv"f; Y- V i fe 2?1figa "' . J""V.V i --- -- .1 I J'c'ty I Alex-ande- r( RELIABLE - 8?S&TK 1 un-stalr- ,iiii'. ir0 SXpoW."3," . 1 - ? - ROOFING A SPECIAIiTY one-hal- l t( rZx . I 1 1 1 t STu Isw 1J LI? 817 Stall?, KENTUCKY, w! , -t j"' "r'"""::. Lw i)r. ".' I I imh-ed- . well-earne- d Yi $$ ,! ," .. 1 12 HICKMAN, K 1 iJ, ""; I KINGMAN & BOMAR. " I I steam-powe- THE OLD RELIABLE! CIIAS. A. HOLCOMBB, taints 1 I - -- , 1 llrst-clas- s cotton-planter- ...,,j v ,1- uuj a b m, 1 1- .r. 11 .:;:i. c 3r I fc'0!" ( iniTITTflinn J uUtrini UtfcUUWM i r aft. aWMMMlOMKaMblMatf iAMmm mmmmmuummmtmmu irS- H- .rV( V M which every man, woman and child must Tho Storage of Life. THE COMMONVrALTH. LIBERATED AT LAST. , contribute to pay, they would help only thoso who uoo tobacco nnd drink whisky A msvnrrica has been established a A Oraplilo rlarratlvn Furnished by a ConIn a recoil t loeturo to tho Sanitary necticut Nobtler. Thoy call tho tribute laid by tariff laws Adams, Lawrence County James law Institution of groat RrlUiln, l)r, Ilf W. Brilliant Artdro83 by tho Secretary Tbo young soldier, Adjutant Henry W. "protection," protection to American rt nee Is tho H)tninstcr. of tho Interior. industry," an thoy hope to hldo the Catuji, of Connect leutt who furnishes tho Rlchnrdsoit considered tho nyvr thn William Romnhon, a coal miner, wai following graphio narrative, had been for liuninn body hns lieon proven toponsoss wicked fact un.Vr tho spacious cover of by a C ft C train early tho uther tho pleasing worst. Many a robbery has run over several months In a Bout hern prison, had of Morlnjr tip Rfo to u prolongetl inirlotl. tlenuranfl Pnlleles of lh Two Parties morning, and recelvod Injuries from which ouco mado his escape and boon recaptured, Ho been vailed by n phrnao. Is tho Amorlcan Iniquities of rrnlcetetl stated tho conditions favoring such Compnrrtl dlod at IU o'clock nott morning, pooplo not superior to tho risk of being he and now within a short tlmo had been transTrust Atroclt Taiat IonThe Hkxhy Willis was drowned near Runt ferred to Llbby prison. Ho was roused, ho Horngo In tho following onion Ilomll. vlctltnlzod by a trick of words! Yh Is A Tribute to the PrrsUleuU says, from a dozo ono morning by hearing a tnryqtmlineAtlon, tliu vtrtuo of the question. tide. mnlntcnnnco of hnlnncoof bodily Tho tariff Is simply a tax levied upon Mrs. DiiRKN R. Wilms, an aged and list of names which was being read, tn a Hon. WlUlnm K Vilas, Secretary of tho articles brought Into this country from estimable lady, was burned todrathnt her distinct voice, In tho center of tho room. functions, pcrfH!t tomponinco nnd Interior, auMrt'ssnl tbo Uoraocrats of Wis hanmatl.m. muHHi abroad, for sal a, uso or consumption. On home near Pink. Hho had been left at All tho iosibllltic flashed upon htm at purity from Imptnnttxl or ncqiilrod consln nt Milwaukeon few days ffo. When ouco. lie sat up In boil, wldo awake, every article within tho list tho colloator horns atone, and Iter clothing must lmv proot-r- d dlscitsei, Tcinpornment hw Utt Influ atflllns;s, fpratas, BtuUti he npptMrfxl on lh platform ho was throat.BealdS.rrwsMilUs. 1 asked. What names are those! tthe custom-housexacts tho sum pro- become Ignited from her pipe, for when Durus, enthusiastically by thousand of voters, scribed by law when it catus our port. 'tAmoa of thoeo who aro Kumg In this cnci tho bllltous nnd smigulno temper-nincnto whom ho spoke as follows: tho family returned from a short visit boat," replied Lieutenant Carpenter. bolnp; lcst for long: Rfo, nnd tho This Is cither a specific charged TboDemoprallopartT Ho thero wcro officers going. My breath uron certain urtlcles, or It Is tt prcentago they found tho ghastly and charred re nervous und lyinphntla tho woi-h- t What 3f vnJcr tho leadership and upon cama a little thlck,ahd howl listened! I had of their value. There is nothing moro of maim. Iho personal and cniclal record in admlnliw temperance Is tho Hill Mllr, ft ngro, who missed ouo or two at tha beginning, but no ho termed At llnpklnsvllU tho law except Its provision of machinery challenges Iratloh of Oroor Ciovo.amt, nvoldiiuco of ovory thing thnt ntlmti nnd cfficlsta for coltcctlna? Ufl tax. Now, distinguished himself some time slues by rssltcri howas still reading nnmcsof l comparison with It decaying the lic.trt beyond its natumt nc The n came Captain?, a dere.it or lnt It Is obvious that tho Importer mut add to biting off tbo bend of a snake, Is iload from tho calm and confident! iiiocs so; Lieutenants; then an Adjutant; and tlvlty, such stimulation being nu what ho pays tho foreign merchant the the effects. He died In great agony, tcripu Jit1ffmnt of IhA ejectors of tho amount of tho tax, becauso that Is a part Kkank Hudson was struck with a heavy Lieutenants again. If thero hiul been moro Nation. It uska fur no busty or pas, on Uu that roducos tho a torn go of of the cost of the arttclo to him. Upon that Iron phi during a quarrel wlthUam Remple than ono Adjutant, wouldn't they havo been life. -- Scitnce, ote decision; it appeals to no prejudice, It put together I cost ho computes his profits, and In tho end atMorohead, and fatally Injured. most searching stands In no fear of tho "Lieutenant IL W. Uampl" tho consumer pays tho tax as well ns the How to Help Your Digestion. scrutiny. Us trust li In its purposes. Its On Muldrnugh's Hilt, the other morning, 14 A thrill ran throuuh mo. Did ho mean 4t0Tdf of tti foreign price, with tho merchant's profit flf, r'lifthSfflMfif SllHlsUff. rtNvrviid Stnmsrti, , Ui ilJcllty to the people and tio unerring cerH charged upon both. So far, to tho extent abtmt thirty miles south of Louisville, an Kiel It must bo; but It wouldn't do for mo Almost everyday wo feel tho unpleasant Pf AppMlls, HUtli, C.tnipthtn, ('otllfpnv. tainty of Just cotnil wisdom la their Judgdraw four initjtvstMmt Mlltouinsi. Wtr, lnnsiumsllm tt that articles are Imported, tho tariff oper engine ran luga freightempty passenger to allow myself tn think so. 1 uvu!du( think sensations of IndlKCstlou. Try Aluock's thsbowrU, I'llsisri'l sll rivrnn,(fmiitt uf tbln ment, ns the voice of Hod. It Is tho historic train, wiecklug so until I hod asked hint into ates nothing but taxutlon, There Is, so coaches Pouncs Rla&tcus and ha rcltovcd. J. K Urttt VUHtr Pumlr vntiibli. tiMiUlamrf na party of Arcrlean popular liberty s and, A? ho read the last name, ami turnM DavuiiiMrL, of Canarsle, New York, wrlteat mcrcarr, ntlnrsls,trultUrtouiariiii. far, no protection to anybody, but whin several cars and killing an unknown collontcnU, tho champion of policy. from Lbs earl ored tramp who wns stentlng a tide. The away, I jumped to my feet, followed him, tho duty is mado high enough upou su h "A MX, SURK MKIIirlN'R.'9 I liavo bocn very much tmublM with a tho people against classes and class gov Rut It seems to mo that we in tho North UUHAr A CNt -- 4lnllsiMsri( Y"f Pills ns? articles as are manufactured in this coun- engineer was badly bruised but not dan and laid tny hand upon his shoulder. Ho violent pain below my chest bone, 1 was smlly I eminent; tho tmo exponent, advocate and wostmust send another question to tho tn wsri1-- l try to prevent tho foreign merchant from gerouily butt, ami no others were tnjuied, turned somewhat surprised, apparently, at told by soveral physicians that It was tbtrik It srta off skhtifiti in r Ihr art mTr Bat,. without thorns rtdmlnistralor of tho i nnc.plesof conslltu Senators choscu here, whom we may my appearance, as well as ho might bo; my rheumatism bf tho diaphragm. It resulted lursmMkln. Ilusrf",trullf or competing with tho domestic manuJon Huown and Win. Hauls weiosent ItkNItV KKNMfiUTII. tlonal liberty lu America. rightfully ask to consider our Interests. A toilet bail not been elaborate, and was de- from rM nud eiposure. I had very little facturer, then OifhiiM, riqiiiat(Viamf III. another effect fal- to the penitentiary for life at tlieenup, I Invito you to contrast tho conditions, aa appclto nnd digested my food with great moment's glance nt tho map, a lows. No duty Is now paid by rH.iitur'i fins. tho prlnc p!e and professions of the great reckoning of our border business moment's Ron. KnwAttn D. Hours n tho most ficient In a few minor articles, such r,t Interests, UMMlhxtwiH ILIUluraiulrourlUJutst IU. tbo consumer to tho Uovernment, dlrectlj prominent cltiteiis of JelTern' County, trousers and stockings. d I nullity. I placrd ono Ai.Uh.k'b INmuCs cppoMng parses In this contest, and tho nil, ll rst minr of thrra snd tho utility to Western farmers of There was ono name,1' said I, 'which 1 Ri.irra below the breast bono and two ou snd at i1atistrmidfn4ltt imI ? cr indirectly. All that happens Isthat, by i Itf I at his lunno near Anchorage, aged nn promloo for tho future afforded by them sm not sure 1 understood Ham p, 1 think rathsldrt. In thn curso of twenty four bftl ! Canadian competition In transportation to , ikna w IbviN iiimy irfueftpi im reason of foreign competition being exrespectively. family, rlcipt (o. tn irrriviK tf all ereiitylght years. auft.ccs to show j ou called it," cluded, the domostlo manufacturer can hours all pain ceased, and 1 was ablo to tills, What Is tho Republican pnrtyof today, and from the seaboard, of Jkiuiv Utuvcs, colored, wns Instantly He opened the list; my cyo ran down tho eat and digest a phI tuuant tnral, somo liiLA.cAiiiHiLknuooK. liorsfttU.ua. that the entire fish catch a i car Is but a sell tho attldo to bis rountrymcu at any and wherein is It better or more worthy of trifle In comparison with tho volume of prlco he chooses to fix below that at which killed at CioMott by a falling tiro thst Lu pS In th tenth pirt of n second. Tlicro thin I had not dono boforo In two weeks. Difiti:raiA. confidence than It was lu ISM I It Vfas a little too much flourish "Camp Injured by an nn. KAimiTsjrir.i.rsanirsrf toi It can bo Imported, with duty added. It Is bad chopped duwtt. I got better constantly, aud at tho end of It was In tbo beginning moro n popular our Western doallngs to bo with Canada. lfnih l thl-tembargo on Intercourse and Adjutant," but no room for seven days found nydf entirely well. roifitlal t Thf lieutenant protection begins. hero that tho named Ht'iijn Two colored uprising thun a political party. It found sn1rtMiiHt'Mrfrni It fuiiriion I111irii- mmA lbnl Ut nf jMiM.ft Tho tariff helps tho American producer of tuln Finney and James Royd, bad a ipisr- - any doubt I took a good breath. Ry and Bine then I havo used AlloocV. IMrocs Ublllty uMlii orlein nnd riulcUcnlng power in tho high Why, then, did Western oonatars voto to V) cunuscl JU ;itui by ho found it; It was close to tho bottom Plastchs for colds, coughs aud patn tn such articles as tho American publlo ret at tho Kentucky Central Drpot, appeal of justice and tenderness for human compel retaliation by embargo! And now, t,tnr ffMMlnS VurtA. VSsstM af tho pago. wishes to buy only to tho extent thst r my side, and 1 havo always found them ror T,r tho other dny, which resulted In of "Camp la my name, soldi; brethren In oppression, and tn tho honest wbon tho President, careful ft surveying Im itAnwAV I lj lnViT various opportunities'? ulsnt that quick snd e (Toe tlvo, excludes foreign competition. When yu thodrnlhof Roycl. It seems Hint Kinnpy tswmrrn hi tot hiul roand nil II n Itytrtl1' il fuiUmlns; wn th press most severe' upon'seeks a moans teal ol deep to our unfriendly st hat It is meant tort'1 hoar any man talk of tho protection of tb was shining a Kenllemnn'sshoes,iind Royd ni wnii 1 otymtr Ihlu. mn itiy tnai a It was a crusado neighbors with the least resulting hsrni at well nigh fanatical. 'That your name! Yes! Camp tbaVa Sil lo air lif A n Tnsr rnnl furfr. tariff, ask h!m to show you bow tt otter cauioupaiid accused him f taking nwny vim can not bo a teetotaler, beugalnst n great National sin; and It foil homo, arc they WI1JJAW nta.i.iA, jnancBni, right" still to cause a occasional drop is neouary lu his wlso affords protection. No man can tr y uon tho time appointed of Heaven for the by their party autocrats continue to ba led hit ruilomeis. A fight ensued with the 1 walked back with a wonderful feeling business 7Vtii infliw. of Now England make another nnswer. If the tariff la e" r purification of tho Itopubllc by Arc. So it pervadlug mo; not so much an intelligent DR. RADWAYjk CO. such as to Impose a tax without Inter! r above result, rcso to rapid power like the whirlwind, and needlessly sacrifice the Weal I larsst Ktcurslmit ltonxitT Oayle, a prominent cltlxeii of and definite sen so of joy aa a consciousness Let tho embargo fall first on the supInc with trade, there Is uo protection In tt. and liko tho whirlwind It swopt Its mtiraa S: Tho hU-- go plies of Canada. Tho object of tt Is to teach died n few da) n ago at his of being half Intoxicated with a necessity Cuoip.in f announcesNcrthwit7rn lunvtay Carroll County, It Is merely a tax; of destructive though wholesome violence. a series of harvest r of puttiug rnjsclf under restraint lest I curntoiis tiiM lutsln Iowa. Minnesota. Da that country the evil and tho folly of Strip tho subject of Its deceitful drapery late residence, lu Hinders, in tho sixty Within u decade tho utll which had neighborly Injustice, In the hopo they will sixth car of his nge. Mr (laylo bad an should do something absurd. kota ntiu Nebraska, for which tickets will of words which tbo skillful cuphemistcm Its being was moro than . 1 bad no doubt thorn was plenty of time bo sold Vug 'J I j Ropt II. Hept 'J ( Vt V. ploys, and there Is the wholo of It W' It ym dcracinntod as by dyna- ceaso inflicting it upon us. EfToctlve extenie napiilutance throughout Ken you hear men deny tt, ask again whrr a tucky anil Central Missouri, and lu Cincin- bcfvrtf me, aud leisurely flipping on trou- and Oct 23, at the rate of ono farn for tho and tho land was strewn with severity Is tho ojcnt at of tho lesson Tho mite, Th round President studies th situation nnd disscurius will afford does tho tariff protect otherwise! If it nati. lo wan formerly proprietor of tho sers, stockings and shoes, tUrtod for tho except) np npjiortunltles for (ersoiial In tho mighty rockL vhnro, In fantastic tial mlm room to WHsh beforo lower wero not for this, what Is tt that tbo min chaos, lay ftLito-- constitutions nrul poo cerns tho way to Fhu nlsUT tho whole Rhie Rick" Springs lintel at Hnuders, aud f thr prnductivomunlry nachnl lcvtiot ofT their supplies lVssing tho stairs, 1 noliocd a cnvd nivund by tbo Chicago & orthwesbsru Rail ay pics n mid tho wide- flung luvoc of war. soft o discipline. Iu tho jargon of political prophets of evil ufacturcr wants of ltl If It were not for the Wells Huueitt Georgetown. through European iui, them, and In u raumetit mora heard somo lines, r Tail liiformttli.nl addrcs R. V that wAathologlcalpcrlod of the party's tho borders unharm d.rtation and Icavo no subject was more fruitful of horror than this, would they seek continually to BiW A rAVAL shuotiiig affray took pi see ev It w'as Jho 1 hey'so all gone down now!' ono say: Wilson, Ocueral Passenger Agent, Chlcaga tho tariff tax higher! If It wcro not for existence It stood upou or possessed no blow that of pensions to our soldiers. Tho era I days lnc In Welwter County between with military that (irnt, If 1 wert to lo left! You can imagine pro this, would thn specially favored ra&"U Harry Ciayne doctrines of government, no principles for it aud a man named Rolen, the grass did uot grvw under tnyfalU Ok board tho ocean steamers descendtar pri ose I whea In tho claimed, cf LraDcrser,rebelvzs. loudly tho guldanco of tho Institutions o frco sagacity, would bo a Uovernment, facturcrs contribute so enormously of Presidential It rha r promises aud tho malnedand glorious heroes of our their "fat" to their party! Why other r$ whofelt outovr tho dUUlon of n water fure I sUmmI In Um ofilcv, overcoat on, and frouist'jh berth has nothing udo with dom In tho repose of peace. It was not True, It will fall war would bo Its victims. The peuston would there bo objectlop to tho redu t o melon, when angry words to do tho work valiso In hand the latter fortunately at nenealofy lietweeit Kutlcnal, but sectional; a party for evil war, not for National fraternity. Rut the most heavily on JforPcri rfetr England roll would b3 ruthlessly Invaded and the of tho tariff taxation! This is tho sign ti them. Relew suddenly drew bis knife and ready pocked. 1 was not the last after all, llralth mirt Mlfl'fS attacked hi opponent, rutting him In sev- aud should havo had time to make my If thekUb. rsand bladder Nvomo rhron u Victorious people was In Its Rut there, too, lies tho entire Interest succoring bounty of tbo Nation to Its bravo canco of that pregnant threat by the Reheart of which has provokfd t'.o necessity, and It men In necessity was to bo dried up. Soo publican Senator In tho famous circ sr eral place and lufiKtlng FOR toilet, though without many minute to leal It lu grasp, f.nd tho rago of war was long o. A healthful stimulus, which titoii. If nut Is but just thil tho bunion should bo letter levying nsscssmonta for this cam- fatal, wounds. During thn ronlcit Cra ne ejusn. Tho party retained unclackenedctiu falls short f irntuton, but Is yet sufficient, it Is for ona alas of men heaviest where all the Iwncflt'Ia to be en- what contain all the patriotism, to think paign on tho maiiufMcturvrs, organs Tbuso who preceded me, and thy were b mmnv M'cd to tho Important trot of nil legislation and taxation, they all tbo In drawing his pistol, whn lin nearly all, wero in Hue In tho with Ihxstc tor s stoma. h Rulers rerlrss "If they think," said bo, "tho Re' ub- - succlrd of fraudu. joyed. The Northwest will. Indeed, never Mntlment, all tho manhood- - How overwith nil their )K)2sIbIlitto killing him lower hall. While drawn up thero another alsOw ann rt'mfxlka for maUrial fever. set Its Interest before tbo honor of tho whelming has been tho demonstration of llcan party is going to maintain a Inch shot Rbw thiouKh the wo stood lent train. It was thQ opiortuuUy of UhaaivnnanMillyCTiroilTiinrsAvpsj Instantly. Ciayuo then made his ftxbtciic, rhrumaliftUl and the h for tho' political freebooter. Nation, When If everurof that necessity this effrontery. Contrast, In fow words, protective corps for their benefit, and ths luil irturned on theCth and gave hiuuelf ofUcvr camo down. Tho name of Ntewart dyspepsia I'Uiiit It Is a imtst convenient of iiuM prttiMMHMI by dfvHor Imhh liver is -- nd may Heaven shall arrive. was on tho list, uud had UVu answers) tn; houscbo' l ' uiratlvo and tcnto. Theru lay tho carcass, and I hero tho Iraut, If 3ou havn premonitory ayni figures of tbo doings of tbo last men who do tho work in that party arc up. the c!c!al but his namo was Stewart as well, was not going to keep up tho expenses of tho am f Diflh'tilt) birds of proy wcro soon gathered avert its comlns this loyal region, ever three years of Republican Administration Iiiiiim, urli aa Couch, CoNCinitHSMAN HroNr, aftrr uifiny efforts; ho tho man! How number ono looked at together. Tho Republican party was not faithful to the Union, will cry to tho Na- with tbo thrco jears of Democratic Ad- palgn out of their own pockets, leav rp It Is th mldJlo aael man who Inrmi. Rrfuthln?, Ac, iltm't lrlay, but tiss tion's bend: "Strike, str.ko, and spare ministration pc i r has succeeded lu having Padueah located blm! Rut thero had been no mistake this I tiff pirtti til him wtst tho wslst of tltaa l'ISO-tn origin tho party of tho neb or thoarls 11 in; toil consVmition I mean tho three yoars them to reap tho fruits of tho tariff luimcslMUly, Ry UriiKKtta, im-iit- . nnun. tocT4tic.il.' lu vanguard was tho perse- uot; our country first and forever 1" Juue 30, 1333, with no larger forco, without any deduction for political ex- aln civil service point foreinmiuatlon of tlmo; aud number two, (vor fellow, sadly la. u Rut why should oar Senators bavo re- ended applicants. The Utsrd w ill mot t at Pmlu went back up tho stairs to his priHit, It was Us mission was to renaV, with a smaller forco of clerks and as penses, thoy are greatly mistaken. cuted Abolitionists, aatobloicrapby last "I understand that In a general way tat cab once every six months for tlm hearlug enough to mako ono shudder, llko seeing a 11 T R rhtrtdea," ccaipJete and t.iiqH story. deem tho lowly slave, and Its appeal was fused postponement of the treaty's consid slstants, la tho Democratic bureau, 19J,S2t in to tho poor and humblo rathor than to tho I eration until election fevers cooled! Why pension certificates Issued during the last manufacturers of Now Ungland bavo born of lhotj whodtMire t- enter tbo civil ser drowning man clutch at the plank which MUtsctn . . . M,ttur rivt ,rrtlyKrit 31 Korsatnrir ' e ,u;Vue,TLn"; tbta noni ycurnesa aoovu water, miss it, ana rrswhrf .riuAiUNltoanvaddrrssonrtKtMpt rich and high. Rut tho eyo and nose of In?'?"?1 clcc":e three years of Republican rule; 3TiO,sM, moro liberal In their contributions have t vice of the (loremmciit. IU -- WO IBlUCir stu!t It. In.nltalrt I remillfcUUB titr- - fall nnf nearly doublc,during the D6moc ratio three ; thoe of Pennsylvania. In fact, 1 " Urriiurr's Uauszimk, 1'b.l. Mlts. HorKMAr was ixrhnps fntally Inuncrowned king" of tho Republican party. an from the best possible source that tbo man thirst re cnts. Tho golden hour was oxcofs In favor of Democrats dilijure! In A NARROW ESCAPE. promptly recognized. Kvcn In the darkest with his railroads and h.s trusts, para- gence and cons deration of lfiS,sn. Tho ufacturers of Pennsylvania, who are more Indy was a runaway at Ashland Another Tin bo rfvtf wer, uullko other Iters ry seriously hurt men, can a Ms best work when In a critdays ef the mighty of the mount to their duty to their Northwestern riot Increase of pensioners on tho roll dur highly protected than anybody else aed An t'filr Knakn Ct,IU Itself Around m Ltttl country menl Tub County fairs luring held throughout ical cond tton - Lift Nation, when every thought was agoniznot In who mako largo fortunes every year wrn ing tbo former period, ll ThruaU Oh," say aorar, Inspired by tho fishery creaeo during iho latterw.3): tho 873, an times are prosrous, practically g 0 thoHUle are nil well Attended. ingly bent and every uiuscIq tenso in the period. 104 Mr. Reynolds, of Croton Kails, relates to put tho embargo on Canadian excess dndcr Democracy of . trade, nothing toward tho maintenance of tho An, Ynuro rheumatic. Co.fMcTUAM.K excitement has been crefearful strain of war, ever whllo the fishP1 Tho new the Aajr SitW That Is, Indeed, tho policy of latter- - names place 1 on the pension roll during ascendancy o? tho Republican party. Of ated nt Henderson and Dixon, over the of New York 7rimwi a rcmarkablo story Beck nl ' fi in (i iron's Halphur Soap. la mnm vMttar drench of our brothers1 blood was yet bow two citizens of that vllUtro ouc nur. 1 nt UiXY Mind aarfrrtnsT Mre4, lUtr and Whtokrr thhnnAnf Ih tho former three years, Mc CvuTio I uttl uwt Yl'Jtnttf win I fcuuiut I finding of nn old castaway Iron af conuk by the saicd tsurta, liio uironln of ilitv RiniibllmnUm as rowly escatMM death lu a fearful encounter MrnatHS Mlldnal country to the use of favored pockets I 173,133 lu tho latterj the admission against to bo a proper principle of action; but .f personal and confederated avarice, darkly j of 1Ta!lr Mftllk-- uritMilnl nifrnb taining several thousand dollars. It Is with a black racvr snako. When Irving Virmry ttidriMHrtl Sy hM(irfm "Hai ''Mi Is as haudsomo doAa,' but I bad my way about It, I would put the moving behind tho scenes, gave constantly "Retaliate, Indeed, but just enough to let new pensioners by tho Democratic us make our countrjmen pay us more for ministration In excess of what was doneAd manufacturers of Pennsylvania under tUo alleged that It was unco tho property of a lurdy, tho son of a merchant now etnpkotvl It Isn't idways that handsoma dors as CJrHl l4HrrwtrMtlarrrtilf'arff-liitho skillful turn t- pr.vaU pain of by nt Croton baud ion Is. Ilnrhttttr ht-Err- man named Rentty, who put up toturcont In IhouQlcoof tho Huriem fish I" Not so docs the President deal with Republicans lu tho samo period of tlmo. fire and fry all tho fat out of them. ie taken for tho prosecution of war. ir nl IS NlMi 4IIMW M J ll H, NwpU.F National honor. If it Is wronged, tho And an Increase of money payments of Mills Tariff bill comes to tho Senate then Dixon In the year 1S7I or 1S72. Rentty Falls, was about eight your old, ho hal a And novcr, for one moment, dl thoy wrong FRKK A afoot Krcncn niass, Oral HmLUv, , II, M f f m irmttm comiunlou In his sjorU by the namo uf is deep and grievous and the rem- over!3l,00t),00X Among Rnlicrt S I vl viter will bo so mo votes cast there which wul failed under cloudy clrcnnuMm Mkara rrvtrtf rn suspend their efforts nor even spare tho t.'ti Mca Hrrans, the Tillage barber I s s, also Krnt. 'WM or Cherry Cigar Cas "-i naa his creditors were Ifiewer Jrf Orr, Into about eight years. exhausted people. Upon one pretext aud edy shall bo potential nnd the redress Much his been said of tho private pen- open the eyes of somo of tho people w c whoso cnxistit.i. It f.TA.ssiu.A;Ca,CblcaKi ample. Is be right the safo listed In the havo, whllo gathering their mill) another, from almost tho earliest grasp of These boyawcrotn tho habit of gulog to Such Is tho Republican party; no longer sion bills and much effort to maintain a treated tho Republican party as t . t settlement of the business. The combinaRepublican 1nTiifb"tt corruption began its s Pivos ss would bo unknown If there to soldiers on the play along thi Croton nser. vitalised by a National purpose, but decay- theory of cnrlch-mpjtion of the safe could not lw had and for Ouo day, whllo Itanks of tbohigh banks work ami n hemes for dishonest Yot al- humblo servant" Mrt of his veto tho cf tra as i. uch courting after raarrUg-- as ing to dissolution, a mere obstruction to hut who gets tho money represented bv some time no rffurt was mado to 0cn It, what Is called thounder II ranch of the Cro- bo fans. . of tho few to prevail. . ready more such bills have passed into en Wrat National It wanu ri2 Hut, pursuing tho senti- what new progress. What new measure, acted law under him than during the ad- the enhanced cost of too article to tho the gentlemen nttovo named not needing ton, a monster shining black snako shot out OEriTuT Mfrllclmim, Cincinnati, mrw policy docs iteffcrto thepeoplo! consumer! Docs it need a remarkable Itntthotlms. Afterward, In settling their from a hole In tho bluff, ment that National defense required a 1j tney see no ministration of both tn UtUo luiiv,tifc.lbruititlMMts. Hondfor Utuk. evils pressing Harmfully and by tho end of his Arthur and Hayes, mind to perceive that It Is tho man or Ua business, thoy disagreed about transcontinental highway, the Pacific rail upon tho several Runty shoulders andencirchM tho twy's flrst term tbo num of tbo country and retho ruad legUlntion be0un;and In IbO that, tarding laborers ber will bo larger than during tho mlinln- - company who produces and sellsoper-ate- matters nnd were so obstinate that neither neck. Reforo ho could scream tho srr-n- t Tin flrstof tho family "clroio" thawed-din- ; tho growth s rnjc. with unrelenting ingenuity, It was so What redress do they of our prosperity! Istratlons of Lincoln, Johnson, Grant, article! Thus tho tariff so far as It was tightening Its coll at tho lad's propose! Can you Hayes. Oarfleld and protection, amounts merely to this: would let the other havo tbo safe, aud it amended to diabolical perfection that tho name any new measure suggested even In Arthur altogether. Irarjuttl wlthHrfro Kyc uo I)r Isaac That a vast sum of money is continually has been abandoned until several days throattho little Uovcrnmcnt nully built tho roads, and that Instrument of specious profession. In face of such figures, when any man Rut idlow tlid not lose his wlbs. since. The finding this great n of LATEST STYLES rare them, with laud enough for an em their platform! Yes, they make two pro- talks of the hostility of tho Democratic being paid to tbo domestic producers of money will no doubtoftesult In the mount of Itsvas tho snako'a intention to chokotho ThonH ia Ryu Water Drusts sell It SV by tho American plret, to the successful conspirators. Then, party or its 1 "resident to tho pensioner, ob pooplo who buyarticles In excess of what many claim by the parties si ho w filingde- lid's mouth open and then crawl down his IN posals, both In tho same interest and precro which tha without words-tho- se them, aW "5 K3avl also, tho earliest act for laying taxes, and eminently LAM Do tn Morio. throat When litllo !irdy saw tbo snake Realizing tho serve the good old rulo of tho Scripture t they would bo obliged to pay but for tariff frauded by Realty. characteristic. tnos'. t slojfs. nftei ward, with agreed that heightened enormous overburden of unnecessary tax- "Answer tho fool according to his folly1 rt.sii head ioftod menacingly a few Inches from sctitui ti nii law. Kc.xTL'CKr pensions were granted on tho nits? ill ins Suss vtiHiakw. i Hi with each new gluttony, every revenue ation, now that economy and care have and pass him by. And but lately a new dcvlco has piled 31 as follows. Hiram fHwif, Hiiimeweil; his mouth ho attempted to sWio tho reptile I and distorted by meaiuro was tlM qrNfWtri by tho throat, but tho snako krpt Its head Tho tatos levied by permanent law, monopoly en monopoly tho invention of solf.sustaln-Ing- , rr rln1rr I tIA uts tvt lu-of ingenious touches, tmnerceptiblo to any again made tho passed under Republican rule, now yield a tho trusts. It has long been an argument Newton Scearce, Versailles; John Iavey, dancing about so that It was Impossible to thoy would strike off tbo but tho practise! eye, by which a private J wnur, Athertonvilie; John W. Jones, Tracy; grasp him. Tho swift mot omenta of tho from lu order that tho vast sum In excess of all tho requirements tribute was extorted from the people Ave cost of that service may fall on customs oftho Uovernment. Wo can pay all the of protectionists that competition among Peter I). Ilreckrr Falmouth; Jnm.'t W. snauo ft bead, its wicked dancing eyes and Tfo njr',l(e, ltlilts;eatlnit, s 4M rota rt -- $ iniiisu.v domestic manufacturers would prevent the time's greater than tho tax that went to the tlcmn, ! duties; and they would repeal the tax on cosU of civil administration, of tho army exaction of tbo full tribute which a pro Curry, Thurlow; Jos. HtrrttmsUer, luU darting bmguo wcro enough to frighten a hlrU lfailarhr. all ThaJIUYKHB'OUinnU ywti ssltl find 'Jrcnury., Then it was that tho monstrous whisky In tho Interest of morality, that anduavy, the maintenance of our courts, tcctlon duty would otherwlso enable, and ville; John I Poster, Klepardsvltto; dozen men, but the lad with great effort to Iitff n Uiiifttl Maroh and Hept., vampire hidden in tho tariff, wlilca se- their friends may continue to n keep erect (to tumble over would bo Paull, HnnKs, Mexican Survivors a tbo Interest upon our public debt, our hold down tbo prlco of their goods to cost ypsr It Is an ency extort ductively fans with tho wlags of aud death) managed to shout for his jcloptaia of useful Infor- tribute on tbo ncccssarios of ufo. This ta munificent pensions, and ovory other right- and reasonable profit; and such might be Sterling W. Overslreet, luisvllle. tho laborer whoso heart's blood It the $umma ratio of their statesmanship! playmates Hobby Kwann, who wa playing ful charge upon the people, and have moro tho natural tendency of competition, for all who pur Drill so the last three mouths of the fis bucks, was begotten In sin to rob tho toll ohao tha luxurtea or tho legislation an than a bundled millions a year besides un- though never realized to thoextentof their cal year ending June A), tensions weie on the bauk with a little tin toy sword that lug pradurcrs In tho fields and forests of tho preservation of class nocosslllta of llfn. Wa necessarily taken from thapooplo. This Is claim. Rut do you tauio tho tiger by tho granted to 12,121 persens In Kentucky, tbo had recently been given him. obstruction of measures fcr tbo popular the wealth thoy cvcatc. And when war tho can olotho you and furnish you with He, too, was brave, and Instead of fleeing an enormous sum; over twlco us great as food of flesh und blood! Combinations amount paid being '370,711. good. had ccatod, and a great people with all the nocessary and unnocssary away he rau to his playmate, who was chok A political change of administration nec- thoarcrago annual cost of tho w nolo Govsleep. annllaneea to yon itfwL s Its refers unlocked and its resources essarily Imposes, at the Inst, arduous, ernment during the periods of Democratic bavo been devised nnd already successfulKcntvckt has two distinguished lhrrmelyatomarh mit Tlivr lone tip eat, fish, hunt,ride. walk,qodance,church,, ing, and carefully put tho point of tho Uttlo fbo Mtsli ly cfTcctol In many of the great lines of to worl:, Itiillil nitfliv citpoecd lay before tho seller, wbilu painful and long protracted labor. There are rule, from tho year 1MX) to 1S6X Apply tho of the samo name Proctor ICnott. es ftwnnl limine !! WwjjjU u- Jizzziz encrrtes. r.w. production, and under their Cungretsrunn or stay at home, amt in varimts uo. In tho exhaustion of struggle und many circumstances which multiplied and Proc- tight was tho reptllo coiled That tbo tin siiriiial or thy steal ovens oik ssltl M nit tbo case directly to ourselves. Tho shure of management prices have been again forced slrlea and quantttlas, Just flur cut 6f ruga National tho ho-harassments and trials of tho new Adramis Wisconsin alone, if proportioned In this up to what Is required to do all those thlnga, or high war, limit Taka tor Knott, the horse who won thn Futurity sveapon cut liko a razor, and tha snako flew rwllcrrruiu llivui. lral ana;irroMltI was cone, there followed mich a t ration. And yet tt can not but be gratifying saving, would exceed two millions of dolstakes at Shecpihend Ray tho other day. In pieces, which fell wriggling and squirm COMFOIITIBIL and jou can make a fair i;vi:uYAVJii:uis. example and take warning, ye who till our tclzurocf tho National wealth by various to Democrats ostimataol tho valuo of tho RUYKIitT The stake Is worth nearly their National conven- lars. Think of Itf Moro than doublo tbo and is Ing over devices, so rapacious, so gigantic, so In tion was able that to declara tu tho peo- cost of tho Blato Govermurnl; more, ter fields, In tho steel trust to whoso coffer the richest ever won In the United Hi ates. doviltry. tho ground, as If ready for mora UUIRC, which will bs sant upon boldly you contribute so freely of your tolL receipt of IU cents to pay poftaxe, I ci.Iotu in tho methods by which tho grasp ple that haps, than tho coat of all our county gov- Thrco years ago Meet was freely sold Proctor Knott Is owned by Messrs. Rryant That ended tho most rcmarkablo snakn-flgwas laid as has never been exhibited in MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. "Tho Damocratlo party wolcomes aa ex ernments, although 1 have not the figures and easily produced, with ubundaut & ikoeeau of Louiavillo. on record in the county. Tho boys did b.stoiy. Nothing I comparable to it but aclisg scrutiny cf the adsi.autrctlon of just at hand. Surp3&& it wcro put directly Michigan JLveuue. ChicaKO.IU. profit, at 44 cents a pound. Tbo steer A SEniOUK riot occurred at Frankfort, the not faint array, but they strung the p;?cca India undcrTVarren Hastlncs. Other tho executive power which four years ago to tbo people of Wisconsin to savo cither trust sent the prlco to 10 cents fn lest other afternoon. A white man named uflliuldaik ,aoe,, on a stick and carried been despoiled by ennquorgra wusvouiiiilllcd U Its trust In tho election our St ato or county tnxes; could it bo con have tnthooM)n force of unlicensed conquest; of Urovcr Cleveland President of the celved thoy would refuse to acquiesce in than a single year, and your plowshare? Yuunt, In a difficulty, nit the throat of a them homo as trophies. Rlack snakes ! Ely's Cream Salm glisten In brighter significance of their coloied man named John Wool folk. A usually travel In alrs when they start out this people was rubbod by tho dovlllsh United States, and U challenges tho most such a measure of relief! to fiuint tho county nl, aud tho mute of tho golden profits the moro you burnish them crowd of negroes, wild for revenge, fol minlpuUtlon of Its own legislation and searching Inquiry concerning it fidelity gurruter wns on tho watch near by singing SK2JCJtuJ i:i.Ynao!i.MttmaikF. i lost In com lowed th oiHcers OUCATIONAU agencies of administration In tho bunds of and devotion to the plcdgos which then Is To make this great saving to tho people In tho furrow. Competition what this Administration seeks; this Is bination, and tho producers of tho North- oring to get Yountto the jail dour, endeav u sort of hissing song, waiting for tho boy Its supposed friends. and Taatara furr4. Htn and hang h in. In the to choko and tumble over that it might fed luvltcd tbo suffrages of tho people." PaliTrrmlfr tho thing which tho Democratic party west are under tho load. Yqur President tiivlborf tKntrr liwtt rifa. Usitistni.i.K.t till ' Ycu kimiv this story; aUcast so much irulara04 tl IVwib.ltitt o melee a number of perrons ami twoolicers 1 may, without Impropriety, assert that pledges Itself to attempt; this is the thing 'a throat Ilr. .Url.rUa V l.rr, cs has been brought .to oien light part this challenge was based on safe founda- whlc tbo Republican party has promised pointed this all out to you In his message, wero knocked down and beaten up. Uy low tho olhr down tbo boybecomo 111 Jbn Si , ClaelsiiU. OtU. Roth tbeno Iwys havo stalwart daring to encounter tbo crtls of their only of tho shameful whole, blxty five r In Its platforms through canvass after canyoung men, nnd when you slslt Cruton Kalis power In devotion to tho Interests of the tho action of a rmtulwr of , AUKSTa WAXTKIIfornarhr Vn million dollars stand In your stated public tion you LMUI turn to tho Department of Ktato vass to concede to the pcoplo, and this is people who bad trusted him and in whom white cltlseus the affair was quirted dovn iiiquiro for Rb Hwann In Joo Carpenter's I inV iiUtlae (iartvr. UruniinrflrU bf lbs IimI cirrvUn fi If drbt the nccouutof the Pacific you find that, ovory.tvhero, the National tho thing It has prevented for many y cars f)sii'pliipirsnd itrcnibr w ithout any moro serious trouble publlo house, nnd bo will tako you over to blN- nrdimlBUlhorilr I'.tt ii.lKVumilwn,ti. bo puts bis trust U W lurty. HaMMMatMlrlfpttairltr,nrtsn1 a railroad loan asthoopeu sharoof plunder's dignity has beca maintained National after It ought to havo been done, tbo thing ntufrlf of And now comes home the do C, D. Piuxce, n patient at the Inmne tho depot and Introduce you to ounfg J4rM W T Xll.LKU M. I. t'l tfuinirivr Mrrtt. rascality lovlod on a coming thoy are now cxertlnc their utmost Republican Idolatry to rorolvntha wnrhin an J nrmiy protected, and m.imh. Iii rlw ) 4lrww , fcxf m rlAM ukinH.ni. generation. The broad expanse of the rights carefully pcicoand goOJ will w(th which TO ? A DAY. Haronlrs worth fl.Ao to defeat the Rcpub.Io In of his party und fight tho cause of trust In cido by banging himself In anoutbulldlng, Is a faithful man. railroad und Dtislnc8SdCollego, p'Jbdo domain, galuel undor Democratic the powers of the earth, savo caly aa bo Journeyed where he Irving Rurdy'a mother saa that when I bavo said that tho policy of that party whoso itasTiasiriri siiiotniato..iiii;,aMi. atbidden himself -- i udmlnUtratlons aud designed fothenu rnAM mi rri Short Illuld College. instruction leaves us a needless Is obstruction. Look nt thulr action in re- abroad. Whut Buys ho to you of thoo tendant. had wns from Lyon from his fit ber boy camo homo that afternoon aud told Ho County, uieruus houicstoaJa of tndependoat hostility with our Northern neighbor.; spect to this matter. With the first Con- colossal conspiracies to gather tho wealth knoa ber of his terrible adventure she found that sssaaaHSSf Wj tfturn nsll. Full rrltltn U srtJcsteof t'M.tt UlHulUtt blujfnia ! "cu hivo tccn granted tt ? cf ttiu-tio- n t) t4C3. y cir c A,c, iid MoAdr'sNfTslKirittno( Ureal ofXots ilb( ut giKKl rsrlnf'mpbtirrorut. lhl the serpent had It you tako tho Treasury, Its guardian- - gress assembled after President Cleve you crcato! almost a photograph of Culling. fUUf)Y kCo. CIucIuujiU.O. An tairrtktlitifhi. wars in tiuiinftt or tARkiBrf. tlcns by prlnclpalitlca in area, or delivered ship of our financial interests commands land's inauguration the upset Mi hiiJid. He bad been In the his dark body left the bey's r.ccl;. Rha on effort to reduco ClrcsJS MrMDRfrt torticil to csll sd4 lie Idem. "When President Cleveland delivered irx4 mJ rxria tu tho pcU ef partisan power to become respect on every msiua ttt. During tho his mrfttugii, ho had something to say to asylum ten weeks. baud. You recall tr.o taxation was commenced. washed it with snap mid soft svnnn water, tvilT"ftrrf4, nakntr,lmli tho cttutaof landed lords, where some The falson Butlnttt Collcgt Co., Joe Lamiikiit, the murderer of Ren but could not remove tlw waly black ring, GANGER trmm lrt.JrnlllNf A Mittll. disturbed financial relations of lvt and wholo Forty Ninth Congress It was suc- tho American pooplo ubout tho danger of may revel In sudden wealth. 143 rium atrtcl, LlBclusill, Olilv STalBiltiirMiU CUltiiktl, 0 the early part of l&A and tbo painful ap- cessfully tiwarted. Finally, when this trusts. Well, I shall not atscuss Walker, givtin pipllminnry irial nt and it only disappeared weeks afterward, ; Tho scandals of the the prehension of Impending disaster under present Congress assembled, tho President trusts this afternoon. 1 shall not venture tho other morning. It wns when tho skin woro away and was replaced undervaluations of Imports to favorites of which tho lamented Manning began bis urged this subject, of such vast and to soy they are altogether advantageous piovitl Ihtt fatal wounds wero iu the back, by a now gro win. & the party; tho millions squandered on pre. who a.rouf that department, iiow appro-banmoment, by his entire annual or disadvantageous. Thoy are lurKtdy and that he was running from Lambert tensoof repairing tho rotten hulk of then on gradually changed to confidence, Repeatedly Republican mem private affairs, with which ncllhur Prr$jL wbn h was stint down and killed. A INSTITUTC and sTNCLItM TRAIMIMO SCHOOL, lHhsTtsliMM navy; the plundering of tho postal scrviuo bow then shrinking business put on a inessaKfl. been reminded of their multi11 mtt - XVt.CaOiSX' I1V b;rs havo dont Cleveland nor any private citizen bos strong case was mado out against the acTHE MARKETS. aMimI1. It. IIUVAMT X aliSa l'rPrlttr, Ihlrsg. IIL by fraudulent stur.routo contracts; tho bold and entcrpris.ng face, bow, throughplied platform promises. And what bavo any particular right to Interfere." cused, and hswnslirld to answer lefcre sales of tho manifold out every part of this lad, our affairs they dono during this long and tedious sos Follow Democrats, lonjr as 1 havo trlrd ciwmwATr. forms of jobbery, tho half of which havo have prosjicrcd. I do not claim, as our slonl In tho Houso the Romocratlo com you 1 havo but brlofiy and Inndcquat'y the grand jury, and sent back to Jail with- M VK S rOCIC CattleCorcruDDH ttlSept. Z u. CO not been told who can recall this story of Republican friends wore went to seem to mittee devoted months of untiring nnd as- glancrd at tho salient points of tho out ball. ivir inucncr" . t,tm i n urjpt National dlsgraco Without mortification! do, that tho sun has abono and tho siduous labor, sparing neither night nor inont, but slightly entering upon tho Int. .....- .. S (rt U A M Tiiouau hotly contftitod beforehand, ROUS- - Common & 05 tlfMM packers r -- .... 0&0 Who read the record of dishonesty, ut forth eating dot .lis, by which every feature of tbo Frnnkfuit city election was soon de- fill rj;i(JoixMo choice earth by doy, to adjust a measure which would her Increase 3W U i W and rccklossuess In admlnls reason of Democrat io rulo, but it is duo 5 Mi ta floo oil to chute.. tho pooplo with tho least disturbance it could bo and strengthened cided the other morning. Tho eligibility I.AM trat on under Republican rulo without tho to tho Treasury to award that measure to auy business interest Were thoy met with multiplied effect Yet I trust I 3 'ju ib 4 S5 was defeated by a KUlUlt -- rjinlly.... hro of officers to 210. w i sensa of burning shamol It Is well for of credit, which tho wiso, prudent aud by any effort at On tho conIndicated enough to Justify tho hear ft) voto of 7M to . 1UM rrct. . our pride that the full measure of tho reck- sagacious perception of nil IVj conditions trary, every step forward, every Inch faith within us that ours Is (ft 4S t'urn No. dmlicd tho part Jacou UnENrtina, a retail boot and shoo TpWlfiMt1 wc a to. tbo dlshonoit spoliation, tho and circumstance affecting less OatsNo. 5 miiml,, finances nnd toward reltff, has been gained only against founded upon tho rights of tho people, ar dealer at Louisville, lias rande an assigncorrupt abuses, tho perversion of public of tho truo measure to bo purmod No. fty ta w n, -- .. entitle an almost solid phalanx of Republic- mated by tho slnccrest purposes for tin tr ment IM HAY Prima to cholca . .... ISO) (tlS wcul h to private hands during that dark IL More than that, It AHIC YOTJIl GIIOC1SU FOR has reformed gross an resistance!. For thrco months tho good, nnd best constituted to carry Medium Leaf ....I0.V) U13 'Ji and TUIIAfCO!.rnf .. L. D. Tallk, ngel seventy-ninperiod will never bo told, that it will never abutestotho 15 m HtM U) of tho revenusa debate upon tho bill was protracted tn ward the ark of our constitutional covenant , seventy-fiveby fully kuown. Tho President said to the and tho 10 75 PltOVISIONf Pork- - Mess .UWI suppression of vice, as to tho Houso. It wjs a magnificent debate, and tho Institutions of our liberty to Ikt Maria A. Debell, aged fow mnrntngn wcr I,i rd- - Prlmn steam committee which notlflod him of bis nomi tho Incrtuu) of equality as well gn, .0 70 & u of their work In th married at MaysvIIIe, a groom and fairness an honor as tt was a triumph to tho studi- perfection 15 ItUrrUlt-Chni- co Ualry AND TAKS NO OTHER, ! nation halls from among Importers and 18 though I would m by Judge Coons. The And, Prlmn toCholcft Cresmrv I tpoko ous and xcalous labor of tho Democrats of world. lkuevv four years ago how well do- - afcwmlnuteislufoof merchants. of per but...,. 73 Hh el by County, Mo., and this Is his second APPLKS-Prltho Hous3. They overwhelmed their voto your tireless tho practice and uncai . . 3 HISS htL vised wcro tho principles of tmo Dcrnocra with arguments, thoy united tho Ing efforts, yet I present this CHumcm matrimonial adventure. Thebrtde lives In lOTATOKb-l- Vr of tho poods of favorol imcy for tho succoisful operation of a NBW YOItK. porters who made tho "proper deduction Democratic lines, thoy perfoctod tho bill with nolther fear nor misgiving. In tip Lewis County, thl Htnto, nnd this Is hor FIOUH-Rlatea- nd by tbo people and for tho people, for political cxpenict," Western... 4 40 n 4 m ouphomlstlo by every touch of amendment within laws which govern this unlvorso marriage. Tho couple wcro playmates ui harJred. 1 OSt4(b 09 U but 1 did not know how necessary their Senator has recently put a Noto tbeso reach, but they received no contribution thoso which gu do human action, there are first W (ft wiw however In their childhood days. No. 3 red It Application then w-- s for tbo restoration to figures and see nt Oorn No. H mixed if there b significance In toward Its perfection from Republicans, sometimes undUccrned, and 1 hcu,d l Tiiouau and Alphonio Happ, brothers, of tho rcoplcor tholr safety and prosperity. them. Tho fiscal year ending Juno 60, The latter proposed nothing, offored noth- falso to my undying fuith in (Joits g. tr it aiu Lebt ,15 W an 7 a circus nt 1 know then POUK Nu Mois that ubusea and extravagances l&VJ, which embraced Finally tho of tbl world and tho nobility of man Marlon County, attended campaign of ing but cavil und criticism. UiH fought as I.AHU Wostern Hleom... -.. b:d crcrt Inti tbo management of public 1531, ylcldod a customs tho to tho constitution and u anon recently, got drunk and reveuuo of but measure was passed, and the utmost of falso In CHIOAOO. tiir.'lrs, but I did no- - know their numerous 1181,000,000, H,XM.0ir) loss than the previ- Democratic power wns done to unload tho belief In tho Republic, If a doubt ov r they went home, Alphonso stabbing Tom KtX)U It Wisconsin TO Til R aRrTTTrWI st twice with n barlow-knifwlnter... 30 Ho will not die f oi ins nor tho tenacity of their Krai p." ous yoar, while during tho first year of public burJeo. Meantlmo tbo Democratic contl leuco that tho great steps lu our Wheat No. Sred.MMw was ORAIN 2 Chicago Hprlnif.,......, Vdumca would hat(ly exhaust tho So, WUa WV4 party, assembled In National convention, progress during tho pan four i.arH this Administration they yielded $lt,000,-00A colojied preacher named Vinegar REGIONS t'nrn No. V mh..mMm which could bo adduced to tbeso durirg tho second year $317,000,000, and bod spoken In cheering tones its approba- wore but tho beginning of n long couro of attacked In church at Islington by a deaTAt ofaieiij rv)fJ' statements. work. What said Republicans National advancement and prospcrr during tho tnird year tht Ualtn) bmtnm con and bis son. l'OIW-Me- s... . 000,0 JX Is there tion of tho adm in thtir r'snetti Itn'i, 7 At y carry t full What was tho matter with the Fisheries no slgulfican to of jwlitical methods In tho wbon tholr couventlon assembled! .,. HHWHWHWI t( v visiviu w WEST, SOUTIIVVtSr, NORTHWEST. Tbo movement of tho Natloi will un jo m. aitormfnt, it t,J pay to tzvMm 'hur gtuJi and Jauic BAUtfOjuiurfER, aged one hundred treaty that It should bavo "been rejected! sudden drop of IM.utf.OU In tbo 'valuo of h,rirfrlB',"il n tmrileitifftntrr'ldres pnea ttort buying from othtrpiititi. protective system tnust bo main- turnod backward tahumllittticn and ft I1AI.T1MORE. "Tho .I.CbTiS.i among the pension ap- KLOJJU-Kam- lly nliui.Ast.,C.ll.AlUIL,Cli)iKtf. cause of quarrel, so Imports during tho campaign year and tho tained." An old, Nh.3U) Q 9 65V ..- -. "Tbo Republican parly Tho sun and stars do uot movo m r no. and one years, was plicants at the ccunty clerk's ofllco, at No. d filcult of satisfactory adjustment that prompt restoration lu Pf(K,urfltir no mU W) the following! At would effect nil needed reduction of tho cureJy fn tho r orbit, rcpr.ainffon th. pow- Covington, the olher dry. Corn Mlsed...... Alio Mia .11 wnen the tieaty of independence was least, what a testimony is this to tho in- National revenue by repealing tho tuxoa er of unfull.ng law, tlmu tho Republic w 11 riuaus. Msris, ARTIST MATERIALS. .. Li it Trad liOp ex ', II, MAIITOX, 171 llneau. tlneliiwall, o framed It whs passod by untouched lest It crease of business and business confidence upon tobacton p'.aylng with a toy pistol the POIIK-Mgoon, bearing our racu to higher deu.-mWhile ., 'and tho tax W 4SI5 75 ele, I liatlaiii r insii thcuUt wreck negotiations; which wubut under Democracy. And noto also In an upon spirits ustil tn tho arts and for merit cud greater glory and bupmnr, other mo nlng, Ralph Cox no, tho tm ,, isrs is a W 45 t rrn;ryt of 4TKNT LAW iititn. 4 fifi 4 M quality B Stciaway & Sons, half settled by the treaty of ItilSj which other aspect the product of boncst meth- mechanical puritisos." SV. T, 1'ITnKKAI.ll, Addres of II. II. Coxlno, a prominent CATTLE-K- int "If there This Is tho faith of Democracy, tho ATTonssV ss I I y aueat, 875 6 9 Ml 11008 banr atr11MI TlilJ fArit ,mti bav U.xen a continual bono of suarl.ng nud ods of collection, Tin cost of collection shall still reuMln u larger revenue than Is of freedom fit for liberty WsshinQtun, 1. U Hut ItUn t i liMuraucA agont of Lexington, acclduntal "Volor(laMor H, fM Hw. INDIANAPOLia Oovcru-munv iilentlon cverilncr; which the men abstraction, a poetltul rlmspody iiolemlf nrl ltviaii requlslto for tho wants of tho n for U&l was ,UMI pyr cent; IS, 0377 P ni Ktlirrl'ltrtoB. y shot himself in the right hand, iccolvlng OHAIN Wheat - No t red........ mi bo dealt within tho cent, i Ital, the first year tho Inspiration to renew oil effort to do 0qP s wound of a most painful character. The wo favor tho entire repeal of ,?J,,X'.M.STEINERT of this AdminisSons. city of WushliigUu as to inflict National tration, .ttU), the second year, .(HI0 and part in nur day nd generation mm Uk, prematuro dlschnrg of the weapon was .. ta 131 W, 41b S Injur, n moat humiliation, upon us, and tho third year, ending JunaUO, IMS .KW. I.OUI8VUJ-E- . That Is to say, when driven to the wall, promise of our ussured success. U mni the cause of tha accident irto1 ttrr iiair, Skrt1 mm tt 4i luiiUi CorrcspvuJ Elicited rSMfttSvr,, rirkiiMaMMtttrf which now throatuns to Interrupt our re-- ) FLOUH--No. in this canvass popular i.pro ....- -. 3 75 Look nlo at tiio iutornul rovenua for u thov declare their purpose of tariff resoi n an son Cnaiu, of Keutrcky, Is piohably CltAfNWheatNo. I rd UraaasultU(tltsBurcsyC.ltiru&l.CU(ltuU.O, Ubd, mora by wounds of foellntf moment Tho at Uoui A.N IC- -Ii collections for tho fiscal duction, so often pledged and promlsod, to bation and continuance of tha te'ifii,i the Urgent man In the worl I. His svslgut "lOi" Corn- - Mlxsdt tMMMHHdUM tidtquuta substantial Injury, to de year 1t4 (tbo lsst Republican year), f 113, have ben falsJ and hollow, lotondtd only trust to thsHruo DoraecratlcOovqrnomt thtu nsktsna)SstfwsfkbfSrMfsil) ftfJlD.0 r,M OatiMlsd ..iiihi WlirTI.NU TO ADVCUTUKUS it. il f our ujoooji for Mfpy.i&s vr;vias fsSWIJlStltNlMwwl4 fl'h. Ml CMlfU If HEN iSss ysn ssmv Ua AdssnUsMeat PCJIA44 to (toco Wn thnt coohr than rtdlov th and that trua man of tho poplo sj,b i(aj is glvrn at 70J pounds. IU li Isfett four lrt, (cuvaWnd'a .iM.tiinHtiiMtiffi (is a aaai L9 Asniisi mmiMTtZ?AB&4nM)Jnm thirty QQiisHtt of lift, snd a half Inches In hslgat and W19M tsm,.i iiiitHiMiiiiijii up?a any e ho ajriaAatiiisrafaatHffsffMfliSH VJLAS' GJtKAT SPEECH. adrer-sarvnm- et What was tho matter, rIn 1 W. with tho Fisheries treaty! Repeatedly Republican Senators wero chstlenged to point out what they wanted otherwise, what provisions should bo chmged, what new stipulation tutcrKsod for the advantage or protection of our people. Reoatodly they wore urcfHi to present amendment or sug gcstlon of amendment, and .11 least to exercise the Honatn's constitutional prcroga tlvo to "adrlM" tho l'roslJont If at first they could not consent "ot a word would theyclthor offer or accept Tftey simply stood to carp and cavil, striving to stir up prejudice to tho political disadvantage of the President, now enshrined In tho heart of the peopK What, then, was the matter with tho Fisheries treatyl It Is an easy answer. Tho truth need notbss blinked. Had tho treaty gone Into effect It would have composed tho differences between this country, Urcat Rrltain nnd Canada. Carp at It and cavil at It as they may, they know full well its practical operation would have been such that, with dignity and honor to the United States, tho differences that have disturbed us so long wouU have disappeared. That was the objection. The Secretary of State and his associates made a convention with England which would have done an excellent service to tho people of this country If tho Senate had ratified It That was tho matter with tho Fisheries treaty. And this l& Republican And tho cost of collection fell 000,000. from almost 4 per cent. In 1S& to barely ovcrS percent in lSvi American prtdohas long been humiliated by tbo decay of tho navy, nnd tho corruption which has cankered that department. All tho history and traditions of tho American navy had been glorious. In the last war with Knglnnd our young Nntlou disputed with honor tho supremacy of tho greatest naval power on earth, and tho names of our naval heroes are tho treas ured legacy of valor and conduct unex celled, Nor during tho last war, though smaller opportunity was offered, did the navy fall In maintenance of Its hereditary obligation and splendor. The thirteen year-olboy who stood on tho deck of tho Kssox In her last glorious encounter in ISM, and when an Admiral was lashed to tho masthead of tho Hartford as sho led tho fleet to tho destruction of tho enemy on Mobile bav, typified tho valor bf th American seaman with undiminished glory. Rut with tho end of tho war was tho end of glory for tho American navy. It fell undor tho hand of tho Republican party, in Its secondary stago of cor ruptlon, and, although tho war ended with a splendid fleet, which had borno our ting on many n stormy sea, whllo it hold thrco thousand miles of coast tn blockade. yot In a few years tho navy of tho Republic Dcc&mo a ny went And a rpraoh. Rut between tho war and this Administration, wonderful to relate, 70,000.000 wero expended upon the alleged building or repairing of vessels. Where was tho navy I Where went the monoy! In his last report Mr. Whitney opened a view of the facta by tho story of tho Tennessee, This vessel cost over f l.SOO.OOO, and upou her trial trip, In January, H)7, bad behaved handsomely. Her machinery had worked perfectly, undergoing tho severest test in a perilous hurricane. Kite lacked apparently nothing. Yet, without having performed any scrvlco to Impair hor efficiency, In two years nearly tGoO.OOO more were spent upon thnt splendid ship. A half dozen years later, In 1S75, ber machinery and boilers, constructed by John Ericsson, tho eminent rnglnonr, were entirely taken out of her by Mr. John Roach, under contract with tho Nary Department, aud new machinery put In at a cost of 70iOfK hns(do the old machinery turned over to htm "in trade." Her speed was reduced thereby Bays thn Hccrotary: nearly 'Between IMXI and 1875 the Tennessee bad had three months service, and had cost in repairs and improvements 11, 43,000, and this was largely In excess of a luir pneu tor ncv snip ox tier d ouo-ha- lt eonti-nenc- fiREAfKiMEuY PAIN. FOR W'U e ts d field-rtft- R PILLS, viriirituNr iimi tr ADWAY'S itvii Umt-black- s, rlr ipjr S' 1 '." -- i ooV o 5 sst rvU-cal- r iavl Pi t consump1,1 JP keen-scente- xr "7, .. - " MARVELOUS DISCOVERY. lrml mI. S. otims. W 1 MEMORY un-ur- u tot vi:if ly, 79,-9- - raea-Ui- If rul 1 feliow-c.llzcn- r, posIon t t'Hutl lU.rlkiill't i'i titr '. it lcu ll PresI-dent'- o -- . . Iih1 W postal-servic- e one-hal- rev-enu- o letter-postag- e If You Have Kflm flli, afiif.lti it Pell-ma- ri I'tlnlit9 aufm-catio- protec-tectto- n 1 Tutt's Pills surrria o t iri ti. citl-sen- tariff-covere- guard-lanshf- p nt fltnf -. high-wate- r, .).0, sold CATARRH Gold in Htad XU-21- 4 aW' 33M0 GANGER ''r" d ssnssloir. ?. m- ......- cooch-and-fo- 55 1 Nelson r, triui. El-ki- Hlip tt-- custom-homos- g al Bryant Straft on Chicago Business College! TC WSt.rjTr a C . - w TO MAKE ....... M A DELICIOUS "COW BISCUIT . e, adv-nU- (Ii-- kI . DWIGHT'S BRAND" SODA . me, 1 (UtAIN-Wheat-N- o.if vera-rncn- ni BIB HALF RATES CINCINNATI tostl-mcri- v FlTlNG KXP0SITI0OIRECT0RY. !., IAltl-Btoa- MIIM GUA1N--Whea- tii ess I.AIID-Ken- ncd PATENTS iih ml "ttW, t trut yar-oIdo- n t, nt -- 1 1 Oats-Mi- xed I A 1 a a a a DETECTIVES p l rinlft. ..pTS'ainS wwily " y'i tCi ic PQKI-Me- ts Wtywiolvh rs ltt V r 1. H at w : mhmmimmyw x AW