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Ky, Offlca-J.ckion THE HICKMAN COURIE Tho Oldest Nowspapor M J3KRT' $5 PINE JOB MINTING With Neatness EXECUTED and Dispatch SALE BILLS, Street, nrxt .loor to City llftl. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, GEOHGE WAnnEN, Editor. $1.50. Trlco of SulsArrljillon. J Wostorn Kentucky. 12, 1888. ETC., ETC, ESTABLISH MORTON'S 131) 1S5). HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY, KEK0CKY, I?RIDAY. OCTOBER AN ASSASSIN'S WORK. VOL. XV.--Nfor hfm. When be we hY J that way, fore long.ti store so m salo; red much Is spring" on clothing tho way O. 1. Oxll an.c3. Soo TJ& current b Topica bis eightieth ACCEPTANCE CHINESE EXCLUSION BILL tflFriETII CONGJiESa Sear. Hknator Tssxrsox has passed Uohsi a TALMAGE'S SEKM0N. Throo "aw fraternity. Wo eet Ugh. s. JCmIck Lamar lions of tho hay Ii Irtit b trifle over flva Of th nopublloan Nonilnntlon for Prosldont Glovoland Qlvoa tho Vice Froaidonoy. Ho aeons for Blffulnff It. Ife Indorses tit flat form or tl Chtrav Contenttun In all Its ltalls and Arcues At I.enctli U Tmv or of m Trotectlra Tariff. Nkw Ynwt, OcU a Hon. U P. JMrton hoa written tho following letter of accept M TAX Hla Tbreo Mon Pall From tho Effocta of Ilia Murdoroua Gun. An itor A Messnce a- jsurfiir7mm.mm$ cashed an Man thin lx female barbers ply the raior In Brooklyn. Tiieuk are 104 shadss In broadcloths to bewilder the ladles, Auutwr HfcLMosT Is on of tho hUncst livers In New York. A NrwYonic bride wore a frost grnp purple colored gown. Tnx cultivation of the cocoannt palm ts anew thing In Florida. This new ynr will start In w!:h u rrJIn on the very first day. atoUiEOAttf PAwrtr. the calehriited tdilUti. lady's death. stamp ate sold dally In the New York JniKa, of Florid, N writing newspaper letters from Detroit. Lrvi I1. Moktox, Hepuhllcan nominee for wA, CI ye.inuld last August Pxsjamix Haiimv), tho Hepublican nominee for Prealdeut, was W years old lost August. A runviMo.NAi, government has heti taMishrd In lUytL Order It restored and I tutlnrs brisk, I, Arnica' rnahU can now m hind In New 'York by ladies for special occasion hy the hour or evening. Ha.vta IlrwA, Cal., haa floral cuuuvity In the shape of hollyhock bush that Uais Jvt black (Iuwcm. Allk.x 0. Tiiuhwam, DemocTaite candidate fur the wn 73 years old last Normlr. I'r.KMDK.XT Cl.KVKLANIt, the pemocrMtc liMHlnre InrioIrctlon, ft In th d of liU age. Title liumlwr of re(l1erel plrtrltini In New Yoik Ctty ! i,XW. No one md to go nlthout mmlical aid. lr Ii pnKcd by Chlnaiurn to hUhlh a oppy fntnt tn Hnu Itcrnaidlno County fur ttmgnmthof opium. gi'Kicx ViCTflttiA ha developed a fond nw feruhUt In lrohl age, and lifo at court has a ntw terror. The l)nltd HtiiUs hydiographvr hat drtallrd to make a study of hunt mum In the West Indies. UwkVAW has Jut carried off nn old 3lowx wut namtnl Mahrahwnkosta at .the as of nearly one hun Ired. Tnicnc Is conildraMo rxcltrment tho dlfriTfry of Urgn drjMMlts of n'phalt n mile frciu HfMikane Kails, Wnslu Cnicr Jl'ttTlCR FtM.l.cn Is far from till, hut his new gown uf ofllee UhV: mors silk In construction than the ilres of a society A toon to fonrrrii Contaltflnff Hccom avondatlons as to Uest Mathods of XVereiitlug .Mongoltans from Knlerlnp tliLa Ceuntry. THR MESBiOS. rdltor, Ills Mailing Clerk and a Vistbo Victims.-AnntstAla., oii, Greatly Over th Occurrence xcltd LXTTIA. it ncKi.R mam 600,003 in a hrass koitio Has tlvxn two-ce- e. jrr Htty-kv- v orr hundle containing thirty-twpounds of feathers fiom tho yard of n )Kiisan at Cartervil'e, (la., the vtlier day. Pirn are fast Mng cxtniiinalol In the mountain! of Uregnn, nnd th lglilatitra wilt Us aks U adopt mrnuie fur thlr olT n o wnsuan. A HAHKcarrlMl prrtrrratwn. C'lllOAno ( to have nl! Th Imllding ulll th sprtng.Ahd manrnt military Th j;randehlldrent to U aj aUnit It whnn the old sorrel tnat lownl the in dtw n ith hit oats. Tut HHtith KmpireAtitlnuf! tolncrrase 1y grahhlng. It Intest acquisition U a shoe of Vw (In nei, a allce nearl)' twice as big as the Htate of New York. A CAtjr-onMChinaman hat found us for th I Hi i Hiid tootles uhleh are At tiactet And killed by the electilc lights. 1I gathers them And pickles thrm In brnndy. rumiDi phyelclant reoommend tobacco n a shield against yellow ferrr. Nft self ispoctlng inlcrobo will hare any thing to lo with a human carcau saturated with nicotine. A conuMroMir.vr of tin Macon 7V titnyk says that the Kcr. Sam Jones ts wrth orcr 10O,&5, nnd continues to piln up urnlth faster than any man la Chero. aee, (ta. A Htli)iiTKii nt Mnnchester. England. being unable toflml tiny alartling nous, attempted suicide And wrote a column at nut It. Tho Yankee Isn't the only smart man on earth. Mk. Wiunna, th Canadian prophet, hat again bohbrd P serenely, oxplalnlug of yellow fuver and other dls the cause xnie, nnd making varon prHllron n to future ptnguoi. A PnnrKHSoRof chemistry In the HulTalo High Hchnol It said to Iiato iliscovcredn process for refining Ohio petroleum, which till now has rafuiod to glvo up Its xtra chArcof sulphur. A LAIiOKIt hllhiU!' Of lli W Indliatllef were establlsheil In the Kouth during the three midsummer months enled ejitem tcr 3J, than dunug either of tho tvo previous nuartert of 1S.HH. An old lady, Agod 110 years, recently divd iiMr CtiijK, Ilia da Janeiro, UuvIjik grnndchUlren, 80C nlno children, grentgrandchI1dren nnd 100 greatgreat n IsUnds to Kech tho Oosp4 and drum npiootull amungtheiiatlr. A KTUACiiKdiittt ftirnUhrdA horsi lthfl fulieteeih, tnit bad vnly lgun Mortnnns hare recently tent a fnmi Halt IsknClty to the Kamo Us triroeitoy of 1'rUon nfti judicious nt of ths urinf the neretr for Unmvl thio m pifI1c lane's poUiy. in soaiija iv wnoweto aeienses rnirroaii Interetts of ili U nttd up as a the sbtjtptn the plsv form but rrpU the tpprovM principles of tho imisiHitii. Itemibltxan ywy m 't'-- Lllhy terof aeoutury Uirybate reallroda daft-Induvlrial and financial proierllj uni drnted tn this country aud nercr equaled is u'.t other 1 be preaalnr reason Blren for once afa'a tntbeoideipertment of a revenue tsrltt tir 'h. out tirotfction as a motive or end. ts ths- " t rest nl tariff ha pnlncod and Is pmduc 4 a surplus in the trra.ury. Dut Is It not e r within the wiklomof Congress loadtutt IL tlonal Income to the national aipendiiure i.n out sacnncinj or even tmpenumr an lnJa&T ; s)stem which hsa iroujUt untold aJTanufci 1.. the enttro country Admlttlna: that the present Urin-- br lap.a time and tha larce espanslon of tradewn! ' t bas stlrnulaied - needs revision, U It not ami more pulrlotio to revise It with sn- b rettrd to the inleretot prxdeetlon than tbe onnvuMtof lafttnlns Htimteir Theearesomeof theouetlons which r t beanwerdat the polls tn Novemler I r mnrtf. as aettlreo and a esndMate, I Jo.t batlate to ileelar that from Ion obserra1. ft 1 am an unwavering friend of the prote system. In a business life now estendlnc forty jesrs 1 have wttnesied and compared tr effect uroo the countrr of a revenue tarlS in ILK to fre e trade, with a protective farlrer, rouraxlntf Itoroelndastriet, I'pdur the for r the deielopment .f the roubtry has been arrested. whil unJer Uie Ialicr It .it uniformly bea nromntAtl. To the rota who rvn their bread by the sweat f their brow the nf frranre twtweeD the two systems Is that of m rowing ebsnees on the one band and eipartt t, opiirluniile on the other Kree trade wc J open Anutrlc to coiajetition with tho world Protection America for Atri cans, native anj adipted. The Industrial syteoi of tho country as snltlro aatupjbllo cnsllt AbnMllerof mentrrcates dutnors in the putlio mind, conndsnoe. the only bssts of tra e becomes impaired. New cntrrprlte wither .a the tiud, cspltalirrows timid, tht Oeld of lat r lscoatraclail and the pressure fnremplorm it Inevitably rrdurvs the waccsof all workmuir With the views of the contention .0 froy in Its rf sulnUon. uim ail other fire ! of putme Interest! fad myself tn htjuf In relation to silver and lUlntlHTMnt arrd. upon the nation! currencr. ns ws as tteartns Its CtutiSxthii Vnilt and inilurnre cm the of larie sections of our common eoun try In the prtnclitlesembodiad In the resolution uqj: Itnously adnpted by lbs National eoQWfitlob Thesa reaotutlnna une)lrrvi? trnd (nmpreltr slro tn ehararter, rertect wy personal t tloos snJ hare my b warty approval It t hoMerer. tn a tollllcal camrlTn tfitit popular ailntloq oo, nier than ons and to tbo pendiBg election ererj rotor In tbe('mt'd Mates cieanr sees inaitDO cxjniromc Q ."it ion ts pTbelher the protectlra tariff duties w ia force shall be so reduced attodeitro thrir eOlClencr or bother tbae dutlos sLaII ' ni talnrd with such modifications snJ aiju" mt as tball them lo tbo trual lof proti ciln the vast and Important faunst' sof the whole oouutry Ttie Itcpubllcaa platform, while rtcoc ing the necessity of rcdurtntbe revenue d i,y that this reduction must not b made at t - f pense of these Industries and American .i. rr The A merit sn pcofl have now enure tur pmtectlresSAtemfor abiner r1od tih ar (cforrlnlhe of the National Qment. The ratal! Is that for more tbsn a 4 for tho Vice I'mldrticr, I ueslro to express my pateful appreciation of the ronnVlenre ravoed fa ma br ttia ronvrntlnn. The duties dstnivtn . .v:r" iMi .k.. p'leo UroftMent as presiding oace? of Ibfl tw senate -, nu in. certain onllnrecclea timklsfhira in tb UtalatVHi of Oohwh,' iwnryirTWJPr that the propio sbouli ktow tiit tlnclly and utiresonedly the political tiews t tho candltlatca nho mar ba iresrntd far th f feiiutitr. Ii ftirlwnatvi hstpcn tbi I tduiv formjself tsesftUri11?harirnd bf fe trm -i Hntti Curr, K. Y..Oct t.taw. i;teo and others, rntnmlttee. nROTf.KMKN In tuaklntf formal ajvptaree a of mr To Ifnn. M. nomination the Hepubllean cnudia.t anret tnt lni day t 1 have this day approved House bill No. 11.834 supplementary to an act entitled "An act to sia- onto certain treaty stipuiatious raiatinr to rat nese, approved M ay C, lMt, Itsaemstome that aotno surae.ttons and reoornmondat'ons mny properly acooinpany my approval of this bllL Its object Is to effectually aiTompllsh by legislation tbe esclusloa from this country of Ublaasa laborers.. . Theeiperlmentof blcndlnftbe social habits and mutual raoflldlosyncrsclcs of tbe Chinese Jaboruir classes with tbe ef tbe great boJy of ttt Beetle cf tse United States fcMbccaprcTsd by tho eipcrlence of twvul; a.s, and ever since the ilurllngitno treaty of lau-tto to In every senso unwise. Impolitic and injurious to both nations. With tho lapieof time the no comity for Its abaudoninaat has jrrowu lu fotSw. until those having tn charge the governmsnt of the reipertlve oountrles have rulved to modi fy aaj sumoieatly abrogate all those features of prior conventional arrangvinents widen e mltted the coming of Chinese latorers to tho In modlfteutlonof nrlor conventions the treatv of Noveuder IT. mi, wis concluded, whereby, In tho first article thereof. 11 waa agreed that tha United Htatss should at will reguUte. limit, orsmpend tbecomlugof Chlneso laborers to the United Htates, but not absolutely prohibit It, and under this article an act of Congress, approved May ft, 1SJ. aad amended July t, las. supnded for tec rears the coming of Chlno laborers to tho Untied Stales and rrguJaledthe roln and coming of such Chinese laborers as were at tbe ttmo In the United KUtes It was, boworer. soon made evident that the mercenary rrevd of tb-- parUss who wwe trad of tbo Chtneo Inrtn tho labor of this population waa provinr too strong fyr ths jest exsoui; o of the law, and tts I the vlrtusl do feat of tbe object sod tntentof toUilaw scJ treaty was being fraudulently accomplUbvd y falae pretense and perjury, contrary to the e a pressed will of botn fuvemment. To such an oilcnthis tho successful violation of the treaty aad the laws enacted for Its execution progressed, that the courts of tho Pa ctftc 8tate have been for some time past orcr wbslmcdbythe eiamtoatlno of cases of CM with having en- bese tattorrrs who are chai-ffsivrvti vur pena unuerirauauient rrruueaies 01 ret-jror seelc to sslabllsb by perjury tbe claim of prior rsstdeao. Suob Or moiist ration of the in (erauvo and Ue31clent coudllln of the and trtstrantlaw has producod deep-seateItiercaJtlngrilsnqntontitmongtbS people of tha Untied States aid eipemaUv with those real nent on tho I'aetno cossu mis nns tndnee4 me to 'mil no e3ort to find ai s1nusl rem? ly far the evils complained of, and 10 anvwertbe earn-ek- t popular detcsn for tbe absolute excluslan of ('Line having ebcu ani pur labors poses unlUeou. own and wholly ditcomnected with Anierif'an -- . :asb1p AMm tr tU rtrr.sutM lo this country of able ami tntr:teot iploinatle aod consular nlrera of the hinc.o tewXmuient. and U--n rvprvrn la t ions L.VIe from lime to time by our (mister m Chioa, uder the ltitruct1ona of the Depart mentof feUe, the actual condition or public sentiment sad tbo status ef affalra tn the United States has beta fully known to tho governuvoi ef hltia. The necessity for remedy has boen fully apprertaced by that government, and In A iw our afJoUter at 1'oklng received from the rhlouae Korelgn Offlce a communtca tlm anoouncine that China, of her own accord, proposed to esUbUth a sfstem of strict and ab laborers, undor heavy solute prohibition of penalilei. from coming to the Uniteu Hates and tlikewUn to prohibit the return to the UnliedKtales of any Chinese laborer who had at any time gune back tormina, -- In order that the Chinese laborers mar gradually be reduced InnumbranJ causes of danger averted and WatntOTOX, Oct 2. The 1'roMdcnt sent the following moisapo to Congruat yester- unueoMaics. tteradpt horj cla 'i Ulni . lj, Anfso59 Ala., Oct. 8. TMi afternoon an attempt was made to assasaliinte W. H. Kdmonds, the editor of tbe Hot Jilatt, In bis ofllce. Tbe trouble grew out of en mity aroused by tha Hot Mast's war la favor 01 arigldenfoiceinent of the prohibition laws. A week ago four who had been discharged for Inefficiency, uaylald Editor Edmonds, and ono of tbora jumped on him and beat him sovorely, Mr. Edmonds making such resistance as he could. An out- rngeousiy ft. i account of the affair wag sent to ths Montgomery I)spatcJit reflating seriously upon Mr. Kdmonde, who repllel through the Ditpatch, pronouncing the author a liar, and charging him with cowmdiee lu sending forth such a falsehood unsigned. It was developed that tha correspondent of tho Dispatch was J. liwronce, a Justice of the peace. This afternoon, Lawrence, accompanied by Will Iacy, entered the Hot Jilast olllce, tn which, at the time, were Mr. IMmonds. John Cop pel I, the mailing clerk, and Mr. A Trlpney, Hho had coruo In 011 business. Lawronco called Mr. Edmonds outside, where some conversation was. had lu reference to the communication, and Lawronco demanded a retrac tion of Edmond caru, pronouncing him a Ilnr. Mr. Edmonds said there was nothing to retract, when Lawrence advanced toward him. Lacey Inquired If Edmonds was armed, to which a negative re ply was made, when Laceysaldr "Neither Is Lawrence," at the same time trying to get behind Mr. Edmonds, who thon began to back Into bis olllce. As be partially turned, firo wos ojiouod on him. He was shot In the left arm In the elbow and seriously wounded. Lacey attempted to shoot again, but his pistol snapped, which prob acy saved Mr. Edmonds' life. The would assassin then fired on Mr. Coppoll nnd Mr. Tripney. The former wm ahet thrtMet - fut the latter received two wounds in the head, both serious. The parties escaped, but were subsequently captured and turned over to the sheriff on Htnte warrants and taken to Jacksonville, Ala. The feeling In tbe city Is Intense, nnd strong talk of lynching has been Indulged in. Mr. Edmonds Is doing well, and It Is hoped that no serious results will follow his wounds. Tho shooting of Mr. Coppell nnd Mr. Trlpney was malicious and unprovoked. Tha Sonata Secretary of the Military Lecomtc. of rhtnd, (no et pen so lobe caused to tha 'Slates thereby) was renorted from the 1ltteo on Military Affairs, and passed, The Clever conference report was agreed to. 1 appropriate tlCnOaUto bo einended President- - There waa a Inni uVhnfft te bin to prevent tbe Importation of In- mseases, and upon the appropriation tfUtfai Women Home tn Utah. The "nee report on the bill to abolish Circuit tpowert In certain districts was agreed to. ' "hjuvi ui wit uiijwr kjn.f, iji. ii 5lfrrr(Ky.) wm elected Bpeaker pro tem. in ll bence of SptaHeTTSxc port on ths Joint resolution ta aid First Session. AlntyOTON. Oct. f. Rur atc t resolution aulfaoriilng tho w aomit for Instruction at ny at west Point Henry Oront Opportunities Opon to Christian Endoavor. Base cht have known Utter. la business as long as not toad his shelves In it lie will burst ut be ad no business to open his are, anyhow." BherllTs the window! ''How f these Land, spring hats, or fall ater What do I hear In "Fourdollars." ,4Ab akatbat bid of four dol y, these coats when first krt were offered at fifteen Sow I am rflcred only the Krrlnr Father, the 3fnther and the Child, nnd Then tha World WU1 He Hotter and More Contented. I)r. Talmago last Bunday chose for his subject! "The Three Greatest Things To Do." His text was Daniel xi., 32: "The people that do know their Clod shall be strong, and do exploits." Following is the sermon: Antlochus Eplphanes, the old sinner, cam down 1brMloavlJfcbls vmj to surd. I lars apleie. putupoa thai dollars four doll 1 hear? lars; young : 1 Mutall? Five dollars do t that t Goneatfivo dol- Makes tho whole lot The goes borne that night and "Well. Mary, we wilt a 1 mtui wt-- Rahhll Alter a Drought. 1 1 sux-eifu- l epred 1 . jr theeo-mtr- TUe HcpyUican platone ?ropntes a distinct ty American po:ty -- n.H - of narrownens and Mrotry hut oH rroaa q4 phlls&thropc a l policy that best nelps the world br the ei'inpleof a irreat and powrifnt nation foundM on the etialtiy of every man tfo the law It Is for the A lorries u people to develop and Vale the mntli)entw whirl) In tbejinvMertce cf tjod Uiey bavo fallen hlr They thould ottopt a peltry which AnVaMlMy totht cral end With no spirit of narrow pen toward ether peoples, but rather In the hlffhetl Interest of ait. UfT stm&!4 nad under tbtr nw nid of limitless advance In the direction of the tbe proiperlty and the happiness of man Very respectfully yours t uh I1U I. MORTOlf. hertorightKBlu,buthofttlleltodost The entire, crew brlnngbig to tt ltfe hrtftt rvacbisl shorv, towing two of tho rescued crew with thrm. Tbo remainder, fom men and one woman, wrre drowned ntnr the ahtllu. Tha Uuinea of Iho loalnrot ( jotaln C. n. Jones, of Hay City, Henry Ander. on. of Austrollut Gconre McKarlono, of Clnvelnnd; Fcrtaw, of Hay Clt and J u II ii Ureawcutb. Tlui natnea of U. two rescued nro Maurlco McKcnna. of IU C'Uv. and John Hoe, of Detroit. Tho boVt 0 tho drowned hav not yet been roor areil, lirnioiT, Mich., Oct. a. A ieclaj from JlniUitd. M'ch ,Mys Thercheeser A stra 11a. which went whom Monday, has to he In ttruand U a total loaa. wlUinotnau anco, DEATH ON THE LAKES. The Rliirm or Monday Mght Wsi One of tha Wnrst Tver Known on tjKe Huron rive t.lves Lost at Port Hanllae. MM.. I arte .XnmWr of TesaeTs Wrecked. Vonr H4vn.se Mich.. Oct IL There has Uvn a trrribio atorm ratliig here slnco early Monday ronrnlnir At eoven o'clock Monday night tho crow from ftid Hcach started out, and at eleven iv m, thny Mx men ai.d ouo crewef woman from tho barM Ht CUIr They were seen uearlncthlaplaeoat anrcn lock Tuesday morning and every thins waa mad mady for help As the boat j used tho cud of tho dock tho mptaiii roundeii her up to come Up to the dock. Just as ho did nonhlffh breaker struck thehoAt, timing her completely over. 3UcryUily cijtUsl rfjMs tlir lru lt go, and sprung a leak, twame wntnr, rued and waa drlvnn aahnt-- by bety wlni, A tow harco discovered hy tbn llvo aavlng fiAwUtU R N cf Michigan Cr. Hho wm loadM with cedar josta for 1 hlca. TrtO roniiru'lot lm luwlitly Hed fun a Canada to the United Htatei with $i000 In cash belonging to other persons. The Canadian papers suddouty conclude that n now extradition law In n very deilrablt thing. Tmk Immlgrntlou report from tho statla tlcal bureau of tho Treasury Department fthawi that the number of Immigrant foi the mouth of August w as Jkhl2, a falling o(T of nearly 1,MW from tho figures of August, lw7, In con A most remarkable ncctlon with a Jlorks County (l'a.) family named Schilling It that both parents wer (torn on Kebmary ?., their marrlago took place on February 2J, nnd all their children. Including two sot of twins, wore born on February i!2. Mahv Nolan, while drinking from n hydrant at her homo In Newark, N. J., suddenly threw up her hands and fell to the spasmodically. ground, struggling A phyelcian was summoned, and, ith dilllculty, extracted an eet from tho unfortunate woman's throat Tim eel measured eleven Inches. A daookii eighteen inchoalong, of finest steel, Inlaid with blocks of gold rngrnred In Arabia character, was found lately by a herdsman In Oillospie County, Texas, and It thought to be n relic of the time of Cortex, and tohavo been originally bought or captured from tho Moors by soiuo grn dfto of tipalu. One of the richest mon In Washington, Ha inn el Norment, the millionaire bank president, was n Government clerk. department clerk who is now very rich Is Mr. Ilryan, who got hie e system tart by organising tho of Japan. He Is said to have tnado giuo,-00- ? year aver since hit uturn tcm Jecan. An-othtdd-tlm- u pctt-ofllc- totl MH. lumber. A special from Alpena, Mich,, s.iyti Tta Ufa saving crow has just come In for mra and tug to ge out to Thunder Hay and assist tha banr Manitowoc (lardnr. Clarke. Joneiand Dan lingers. All becatro water-forgeMonday night. Tho ftnrdcn CUT haa gono to help them, The harges nanietl wore In tow of tho atoam barg Hentnn, which la not In starlit anyu hero, nnd It Is feared ahe baa foundered. which was abandoned br ttt Jtcaticr Huron City. Hho U ashore ust oerth of te lmrlwir her lnaf.( writ. ftV(U fee f pi, CoixuniA, H. C, Oct weather is rejorted from a section of Colhr leton County, ebout twenty miles square. For fourteen months following the great earthquake of August, 18M1, there was almost n continuous drought, during which time the total rainfall did not exceed two llrapre.erveil" view nt tboCbloase government, to This Inches. A Uttlo over two months ago raH wfin ibat of the United began falling steadily In thnt section, and Mate 1, wa. ty my dirroUon siecdiry formuUte forflfty-eeve- n lu a trsaty daf ted between t erg two nations, consecutive Any there wero fcdyirg the prcpasttlaa so prweated by the only two nn w hlch it did not rain. AU tho Chtnete Korelc n t3lce. low lands have been turned Into lake, no The deliberations and egrresponlfnre on th general nuevoos inai cos tun nars mcn runy crops have been made, and the poople are eommsi.leatel by me to tfce fenwnf tha pres entscsion and mty ba properly reffired to as consequently In a deplorable condition. eontalntoir acoinplcto hlsvory ef Ue snmsetlon. It la thus eay to learn how tbe of a Famous Reqlmont atrd unequivocal mnloal under taaliftg ef U10 two gnrvrnnient wrr bnurtit i"ie arueuMie-form aud treaty, whU A. after a aiuteW exaUl union of tho Seventy-thir- d Illinois Infantlon of plenary lowers from U10 reeieUVe gov at Decatur. This rrnmenti, st sirned snd eoncJnSed tbe At try took place regiment was knoivn as tbe Mvthodlsl nlrMitomlarlesof theUnft-Haii't ird Ciina at till 'apttol on March It laat Ilem- - snttrnlt-to'- t rreachers' Heglment, ns all the ofllcers for tbe advice and coneat of the Mnate Its wcro Methodist prmulirrs. Tho Colonel eondrmatltnou thoTtlidav of May laat was ao romiuaik'tl br two Amendment wblch that of this famous regiment. Jurats Jaqucs, engrafted upon H. obtained permlrelon of I'resldent Lincoln Oa the twetfUi dsy of the same the to rg thiuuh tho line to HIchraond, Va., Chinese Munt'r, wbowns the plenlpoter.tlarr ef his ftorernment In the n4ynttattoa and the to see Jeff Davis to Induce him to stop the conclusion of the treaty, tu a note to tbe Keen tary of Utate save his approval of Xhse amuid war. The visit to Davis wns made, but meats, ' a they dJ4 not alter tbe terra of the Davis refused to stop the war on Colonel treaty." and tbe ameudoeu's ere once tela Jnque' terms. rraphed to China, whither U.o original trerrty bd prevtomlv berj sent Immediately after Its Rot(enEggad In Court. si iT.ii Mr on Mar b It. On the 1ti iIat of last month, I approved Br. Loui3, Oct. 8. There was a sensaPenste bill No. 3 & l, 'To prohibit the eominuof Chinese laborers 10 the United Mate. This tional sceno In front of the cnurt-linbin wr inimiffi to supplement tho treaty, ant about neon Judge Lubke, of tho was approve l In theccntldrntantlclpiUftof rotten-eggeby a anearlv exehunr"cf ratifications of tbe tnttty circuit court, being Lusiness man named Henry and Its amendment nnd the proclamation of same, npon which event the lejrUlallon so Wlegc I. The Judiro had rendered a dec! tte apiirorl wa by ita terms to Ir!: effect. No tnformitlon of any definite action upon the slon against Wlcgcl In a money matter In ireaw oy in 1 lunrae covcnimenv wa rvccircii his court Wlegol was promptly arrested, th- - dy the bill which 1 have ntil .. ... last nrprared ' presented 1o me whrnateleFlit Now Cases. from our Minister at Peking to the rrara of Htate announced the refual of the Chi Jacksonville. Fla., Oct. 8. President crec rcrtTTiEst tr rrchsrc raV.flcaUoai cl JirnI Jlitchell has just Issuo'l the following the treaty. onles further discussion should bo clllcial lulletiii for tho twentvfour honrs had with h view tn ibnrten the period stlnulatod m tbe treaty f xt the exclusion of Cblnee lator ending sir o'clock this evening: New cases, tbo er. and to chanco any coodltlons afrtrd on fOj deaths, 4 total nnmber of case to wnb'b should ectttie Chinese Ubcrcrwbo might ro back to China to return to U10 United data (corrected llt) .12(18! tolM nttmler BUle; Deaths Itobert lly a note from the charge d'affalra aa In of deaths to date. Hay, Mrs. J. L. Elliot, Mrs. C. Hare, Mack tertiuof China to tbe Secretary of Htaw. evening of the Kth ultimo, u th'nt itarnes tcoiore.l.) aniendaent Is proiwsed. whereby the certificate, under which anydepartlag Cbtnee lalorer Convict's Perseverance Rewarded. alleging tbo of propnrty In tbo United Htates would bo enabled lo return to AUBUit, N. Y.. OcU 8, William Cum 11m u try. auoiud vnuiint itr tu L,mniie escaped from Auburn Prison this Lahay morning consul tnctead of th Untied 8WUa onllector, nshadNen provldM In the treaty. Thecbvl by digging through four feet of solid maousnud neooRary effect of this feat proposition sonry, composlug the roof of hi coll, and would be practleaUy toplaee the vxeoutlon of tho treaty beyond the control of the United then sawing through the roof proper. Tha xUlM one of the most lalmrious nnd eeapA Tho President rooommonds that Congress dlfllcult ever accomplished lis Auburn by Joint nuolutlon, or In womw otlur Prison. provide that such ChlnHO laborers as The Mystery Deepens. havo actually embarked on their roturn to this country before tho passage of thi bill London, Oct. fcAt tho Inquest on the mar be erinIttM to laud, nealso trunk of a woman found In a cellar In tho appropriation of the amount Whitehall en Tuesday laat, surgoon mIiu named In tho rejected treaty to indetnulfy examined tho remains testified they otirtnin Chlneso subjects for damages suf wen thoso of an unusually finethut woman, fered through violence lu tho rcmoU and who bad probably occupied a. good social comparatively unsettled iorllous of our position. oountry, jat dlrs e- to-d- 1 th u d n ttt (!. '!. ioslon 1 ftenstotitll wss pssted apowlnc thoso who hsre saaonea homestesd entries to make other entries, Mr, Mllllken (Me.) Introduced a Joint rCiibtlcn grant! ng a ir.or.lh's extra siUry to the House and Senate employes, hut pending a vote ths House adjourned. WAsnisfOTOit.Octl-SiKATi.-Mr Allison the tariff bill, anj said he would 1 all it un for sctlon oa Monday nest Mr. Sherman said he would be compelled to leave the city this af tern ocn, and would like to be Indulged In making a few remarks on the tariff hill. Unanimous consent was given, and be addressed tho Sen ate. The Senate the a resumed conslJcrutlon of Mr. Iislo's resolution of Monday, calling on tbe Secretary of War for an esplanallon ol Jienet s circular as to the discharges of Itepub-llcaemployes tn U S. arsenals and armories. Mr. Stewart Introduced a resolution, which was referred to the Committee on Contingent Kx Knees. Instructing the Committee on Mines Bit. 4 Minltlf Irt Inniiln Atirinn ih vaamlb Int.. the foreign ownership and operations of mines In the Territories. Horse. Senate bill passed establishing the Ltncola Land District of NcwMexIc. Senate bill passed granting right of way to Pentacrta snd Mrmphls railroad through the Pensacoli Iteservatlon. Mr. Hum's (Mo.) presented the conference report on the deficiency spprnprl atlon bill, but the Houis adjournal without taking action on it. WisniNOTOy, Oct 4 Sknatk. Mr. Chandler oCcred a resolution (whkh was laid over till directing the Attorcey General to Inform the Senate whether er not, during the present year, there hss come to the know! edge of the Department of Justice any violation of thecletenth and fosrtecnlh sections of the civil service law of lftfd, and. If so, whether airy prosecutions Dsiehe-- n tmlltuiett to punish such violations. The Senate bill relating to the classification of ptcnicesand amendatory to the net of XX of March, 1SH "To a.tjust the salaries of Postmssters (amemlod to as to take effect on July 1, lfaTi), as pased. A further conference wat ordered on the deficiency bllL After an executive union the fc'enat adjourned until Mond if. Hocsr The Senate Mil wss passed providing that the Secretary of the Treasury may peroilt the use of petroleum as fuel on steamers not carrying paisengert, without the rrrMleate of the Sujrvlslng Inspector of the district where the vessels are to le used Mr. Humes (Me.) then called rpthe repcrtea the General Deficiency Appropriation bill. The amendment appropriating for the I mln it Hit Christian Heme Association, ol Utah, gavo rise to a long political discussion. The conference report w as then rejected, ta order to enable the Conference Committee to cheajre tbt language providing for an investigation e( the Washington Aqueduct matter, so as toeoUrirUMacoixi of tho Inquiry. -NTf amiingtov, Oct S.Sexatc Not la session. HOrK-Several prlvato bills havtne been dis posed ' in committee of the whole, Mr. McRae (Ark, died up tho Senate bill to incorporate the Ms- - time Canal Company, of Nicaragua end V - measure was tahen up for censidera tlon. Mr Culbertson (Tex l offered an amendment r .vidlng that nothing In Ihis act shall bo. he'd c- - rnnstru J tn any manner to Involve the Unite State In any pecuniary obl'gatlon whatrr-other than In respect toth- - payment tolls. Agreed to. Tho bill betnp In Comof mitter "f the Whole, the question wa put on report : g the MP farorably lo the House. The voto resulted to 6, and Mr. Fulermade the point v no quorum. The committee then rose. The II ike at Us evening session passed t wen pension Mils and nllOiWad Journe.i itn Monday. WAni!tGTON. Oct The Hou-- e Joint rci iution for an inquiry by a committee ofthree Senators and thrco Keprcscntatlves intothfc.ntracts and the work on the Washington aqueduct tunnel was taken up, ex plalne.1 snd ndrocnted by Mr. Jllo and passed. The Hone bill to restore certain money to the fund for me erection of a pub'le building In Dreported and passed. Mr. Illa'rln etroit trortucctl a resolution ending on the President for Information as to tho trial ard execution of -' Louts for trcasun in Canada in lfiZ. He fore the rinse of the morning hour tho Senate took up the tariff Mil and Mr. Allison a poke at length in explanation of tho Hcpubllcan post tlon. Pe w.is followed by Senator Var.ee, There i a short e cecutlve session. Ilon-- r The following bills were Introduced and refrrred: Autloriilng the construction of bridge .i ross the Kentucky river. Appropriating f;m us) to siipp. rs infection tn the interstate iv"'merce of the United Ststs. Tho Senate Iri passed providing for warehousing fruit cranny. The Senate joint resolution was passed a nhorltlng General Absalom fUlrd to accept i'" decoration of the Leglou ot Honor from the President of tbe French Kcpublie. An unusual timber of Mils of minor importunes were pa'd. vti4ferert4ta sjaVntdThe Trtth a burldred sisd HvVtrrfftejsSlBnBr o mno-ne- rooom-men- of Mary D?Hlnjer, aj;ed about was found on the bank of the Little Cnestogn Creek, near Lancaster, Pa. It is Udleved she was murdered. F. W, FiKLDKAstP vna horribly burned while trying to save his property, near Now Hockford, P.ik., from the ravage of a prnrle tire, and later died from lockjaw. Aaho.v Iican, n negro, was killed by a mob of c tixens near Jasper, Tex. Ho at tempted to outiftK the young dattghterof John Leo, a prominent former of Mngnolla Tni twenty-to- , - - !lri A Terrible l)ltHter at 8e. Nrw York, Oct, 8. It has Just been learned hero that the British ship Earl Wcinysa, from Kun Francisco, May 20, for Quoountown. and the ship Ardeocliapel, which left Liverpool July 31 for Calcutta. collided at sea off Pcrnambuco on August SA. The Earl Wotnysa aank. Tlio wife of t;aptain colquhouti, hla tbroo children at.d eighteen of the crow were drowned. Tlio Ardcnchapel woa badly daraagod, nnd bercrew deaerted oud took rofuee lu the UfO'boa'ts of the Wemyas. Captain Colguhoun and several of the crew of tho Weraysa also took to the a and word saved, all of the survivors being picked up by the ship Crecdniore, from JluniU). whlcli will arrive bore In a few days. life-bo- Gamblers Indicted. CoLWPt'i, O., Oct3. Tho grand Jury, which haa been In sesslou here slnco the 10th of September, throw a bomb Into the ranks of the sorting fraternity yesterday that bus produced a big sansatlon. Tho list of true bills presented ugulust tho gamblers Includes not only the notoriously evil places iuown as "dlvoa," but also thoso who prldo them&olves on keeping games of tho better class. A rcmurkableclrcumstaiieo, though, Was tho failure of tho jury to lit id hHU nsrafust tho for violations of thoKunday law, and ulao against tho s for conducting theatrical performances on Bunday, Thra wart Hvtral of thsss gatei cam csllid up. saluou-keeier- a Chicago teamster, a fought about a trivial matter, and tho former struck the latter on the heat! with a wagon stake, killing him instantly. AT Waterloo, la., H. O. Andrews shot nnd dangerously wounded his brother-li- t Hunter Accidentally KllleJ. Pekin, 111,, Oct 8. Mathlas Hechtold, law, Uluirord Koergcr. 0MI1U city, w hllo out hunting with a party KKCltET military order of Anarchists, of friends Sunday, was accidentally shot known as tho National Older of Videttes, nnd killed by ono of another party of huu l,n nn discovered In Conloy and Kuiunci tors. Cumtles, Kas. m lie ten I the Walter Purriiiii. Di'rlng tho pnsiago of tho Prince (toatlumnu "Uncla lUstus, whnt Itwai at u railway The It cost mo to pot my barn whlto nnd l'rlncobs cf Walos through tho man from Montana was Hungry nnd lu a will M roots of Glasgow, hurry. 'Tlcaso iass mo them pertaters, waahod?" Undo Uustus "Two to open tho exhibimister,1' ho said, uddrcssiug tho elegant an n half t day, eah." Oontlo-ma- n tion, an old Scotchman wns hoard to gentleman from llostou sitting next htm. "I menn what will you do tho exclaim to hits compnnlon: "Man, Tbo1 Hostoulan slowly focused his gold eye forPM Undo lliutua "Well, 1 joa Jamlo, ienn, tho 1'rinco a hraw tnanP glasses on 1110 mau irom Montana. "Did Job toll you how It am, Mistah Smlf. Vo1 Hut hoo caU yo nccoont for hlra being you think that I was ono of Iho waltorsf" ao bauldholdcd?u be asked, Icily. Tho others held their knives seo, whon you haa flggerod out do cos' "Oh, that's easily and forks suspended In ex noting of do whitowuh nn1 do pnlln an do aooontod for," waa tho reply. "It Is to see tho man from Montana shrivel up, wnh tin tuh on do brushes, eah, you'll by bnuUln his money In tho kist and no such phenomenon took place Ho flu1 but haudln' tho Hd up wl' hU hnld." da' in no monoy In It by da job," turned and beckoned to the nearest waiter, George, oomo here, please." "What U it, Epoch, -- Forolgu Jluilo 8hopon Unloi slrr'uskcd (Icorgo. 4,I wanted to stpolo "Tlioro's ono thlntr I want you to Siiuuro. FiwhloimbJo huly (to Oorman gizo to you, thut ts all. You see, I mistook this party horo for you; but 1 bojio you bo careful iiboiit, Bald a luundry man clerk); "lias Scliulwrt written any new Yoh, air." won't bo offended at it. Now, pass iuo to his now cashier. songH latolvP" Clerk: "No. 4Al them pertaters and wo'll go on with the ways roqulro cash from n young man miulain, not blnco ho dletl." Indiana round-up.who doosn't chango tho ends of his t inner. CULT. It's a stlgn- of oxtrnvajjanco Drift of Ocewn Uereltcls. ShMl I take your lovo to your that can't bo inUtnkun," Merchant mothor?1' Huidnlndy Everett Hnyden, of tho Hydrogrnphlo Dt visitor who wns rrau, In n rcceut lecturo boforo the Kruivk-ll- TravtUr. going to boo tho mother in question, Institute, gavo somo lutetcstlng (Ufa concerning tho remnrlcablo drift of ooan MWhn woro tho Pyramids of Kgypi to a littlo child of throo yearn. "Shs For example, tho ship Ada Ire dUcovuitHl?' asktnl tho toucher. "In bin my love," was tbo quaint reply dorclicts. diNuMUKlit llro f rom Hiontaneoua combustho Mlddlo Agos," riplhil tho nebular A Harlem man, .Mumin hy uamo, tion, was abandoned, drifted U.Pilmllcs in at tbo foot of tho MWbat do you 1ms obf'Utoned bin twins Mlmilo tglit months, was towil into port uud conund tinued to bum for cloven months lougor, menu by tho Mlddlo AgcaP" furthur Maxlu illati. As an example of m lu questioned the pednffoffuo. "Why, the lmum and then was repaired and mado Into a handmaximum this can uot be some bark, whioh Is doing good service tu lVratnldal AgmP1 tu ,p-- g Icfttcn. ZJwfort leiU pohiaiitiltdav -Lima, O., Oot 3. Tho largo corn drying estHblIhment of W. 11. Hendors &. Co.. nt Westewton, this county, burned yesterday morulnv. Tlio establishment otuployod 131 men, whtr aro thrown out of work. Plve bead of horsos, four wagons, tho evupor stors nnd TO) barrels of dried corn went Tho total loss will reach f H!,(kK) Inaurunco about M,(XX), Mr, Hendera bo lleves UiO firo was the work of au lucosd-urv- , and AugiiHt Ape), r, cailng-statlortol-lnmid-aim u clu-cu. Corn llrylur i:stablUhnient Uurneel, rartrdr.ch Tc!c.scop&. HosTON, Oct. 8. Alvln Clatk, the optician, will mnko a $M0,000foityIiicb tele scope for the Unlvorslty of California, to eenpso ins famous Lice Observatory lens. A New York and St Louis, will go Into operation on tho &th Inst Spring. A kiw fast mall, east and west between Jawkh Couiskkv, "i rutwid swinging their trunks thU way and ' that, an evil eye on nssver at nee I atartod has of a good. woman, he U a garlandeu victor and sixty-twthousand Infantry and six bought out all that clothing, and be will and ought to have the hands of all peopto thousand cavalry troop, nnd they were havo It rejuvenated and nextycar put It between here and the grave si retched out driven back. Then tbe second time ho ad- on tho market as now, while we will do to him In congratulation. vanced with ssvonty thousand armed men, well It we keep out of the poor house." Or If, for Instance, you find a woman In and had been again defeated. But the Tho young man, brokensptrlted, goes to financial distress and breaking down In third time ho laid successful siege, until hard drinking. Tbe young wife, with her health and spirits trying to support bor tho navy of Home came in with tbe flash baby, goes to her father's house, and not children, now that her husband Is dead or of their long bunks of oars and demanded only Is his store wiped out, but his bome,bIs an Invalid, doing that very Important and that tho siege be lifted. And Antlochus morals and his prospects for two worlds honorable work, but which Is little appreEplphanes said he wanted tlrao to consult this and the next. And devils make a ban ciated, keeping a boarding house, where with bis friends about It, and Poplllus, quet of fire and fill their cups of gall and nil tho guests, according as they pay smalt ono of the Koman Kmbnssadors, took a drink deep to the health of tbeold merchant board, or propose, without paying any staff nnd made a circlo on the ground who swallowed up the young merchant who board nt all, to decamp, nro critical of around Antlochus Eplphanes and comgot stuck on spring goods and went down. every thing and hard to please, busy yourpel led him to decldo before he camoout of That Is one ay, nnd some of you hare self In trying to get her more patrons and that circle, whereupon he lifted tho siege. tried It toll her of Divine sympathy Yes, If you Homo of the Jews bad submitted to tbo But there Is another way. That young see a woman favored of fortune and with Invader, but rorao of them resisted valor all kindly surroundings finding In the holously, as did Llcazer when ho bad swine's merchant who found that he bad miscalcuIn of one low flatteries of tho world her chief regalo In too fleh forced Into his mouth, spit It out, al- lated andlaying flung ofTmany goods season, ment, living for herself and for time as If kind been the unusual though hi knew he must ilfo for It, nnd did Is standing Uhlnd the counter feeling thore were no eternity, strive to bring her dio for It, nnd others, ns my text says, very blue and biting his finger-nailor Into the kingdom of God, as did the other were enabled to do exploits. teacher who was which day a Bahbath-scboo- l looking over his account-books- , An exploit I would define to l a heroic looks tbo means of the conversion of the daughact, a brave feat, a great achievement. read darker and worse every time he wife ter of a man of Immense wealth, nnd the at them, young "Well," you say, "I admire such things, will have andbo thinks now his house than daughter resolved to Join tho church, to put In a plainer but. there Is no chance for me; mlno Is a said; homo and she ever expected to live In, or go to a and she went sort of a humdrum life. If I had an Antla third they "Father, I am going to Join the church ochus Eplphanes to fight I could also do have rot boardrhghouKo, where morn- nnd I want you to come." "Oh, no," ho tough liver and sour bread five exploits." You are right so far as great ings out said, "I never go to church." "Well," satd wars nro concerned. There will probably comes In of the seven. An old merchant the daughter, "If I were going to be marand says: "Well, Joe, this has le no opportunity to distinguish your- been a hard season for young merchants, ried, would you not go to see mo married?" self in battlo. The most of the Brigadier And be said: "Oh, yes." "Well," said (I en em Is of this country would never nnd this prolonged cool weather has put she, "this Is of more Importance than many In the ioldntms, and 1 have lecn ymm mm have been heard of had It not been for f tttfV " Rn tt muatiig ii yim n (mmi int ot tats tur just the war. flrncrnl Grant would have re after I started In business I once got Into since, andlovei to go. I do not know but malned tn theuseful work of tanning hides toacber not that faithful tiabbath-rchoo- l at (lalcna, and Stonowall Jackson would the same scrape. Now, If there is any only saved a woman, but saved a man. thing I can do to help you out I wilt gladly havo continued tho qntot college pro of Thero may be In this audKnc gathered dolt fes?or In Virginia. And whatevor military sight Better just put these goods outwe from all parts ot the world, the most for the present, and next season talents you havo will probably lie dormant cosmopolitan assemblage In all the earth, forever. Neither will you probably be will plan something about them. I will help there may be a man whose behavior toyou to some goods that you can sell for me ward come a great Inventor. Klneteon hundred womanhood has been perilous. outof overy two thousand on commission, and I will go down tooneof and ninety-nin- e Stand up, thou masterpiece of sin the wholesale houses and tell thm tbn and den Inventors found In the Patent Ofllce at U,t I chargo ycu! Ai I know you and will back you up, far as possible, Washington never yielded their nuthors make reparation. Do nut If yen want a few dollars to of and boast that you have her In yourpowor enoiifh money to pay for the expenses securing the patent. 80 you will probably bridge over tts proscnt I can let you have and that she can not help herself. When them. Be as economical as you cart, keep that fino collar and cravat and l n Mors or an FMWon, or n Humnever that elephrey Davy or an Ell Whitney. There Is a still upper Up, nnd remember that you gant suit of clothes comes oft and your not much probability that you will be tbe have two friends, God and myself. Good uncovered soul stands In Judgment and morning 1" The old merchant goes away before God, you will bo one out of the hundred that achieves exbetter oft If you man goes behind his desk savo that woman. traordinary success In the commercial or and the young roll down bis cheeks. It Is There is another exploit that you can do, legal or medical or literary spheres. What and the tears then? Can you have no opportunity to do the first time he has cried. Disaster made and that Is to save a child. A child does him mad at ercry thing, and mad at man, not seem to amount to much. It Is nearly exploits? I am going to show you y this nnd that there are opportunities open that are him. mad at Gid. .Hutseem kindness melte a year old Ifore It can walk at all. For to relieve hU the first yenr and theC tears grand, thrfllln;, farreaclilng, stupendous nnd a half It can not speak n and overwhelming. They nro before you brain, and hp spirits rise from ten below word. For the first ten years It would zero to eighty In the shade, and ho comes starve If It had to earn Its own now. In one, If not nil three of them, you food. For may do exploits. The three greatest out of tbe crisis. And about three years the first fifteen years its opinion on any after this young merchant goes Into the subject Is absolutely valueless. 'And then things on earth to do are to save a man, or old merchant's store and says: "Well, thero are so many saro a woman, or save a child. of them. My I what my old friend, I was this niornlng think- lots of children! During the course of bis Ilfo almost evAnd some people have ing over what you did for me threa years contempt ery man gets Into nn exigency, Is caught for children. They are good for between ttto files, Is ground between two ago. You helpel me out of tho awful cri nothing but to wear out tho carpets and sis In my commercial history. I learned ureas slti on tho edge of some prec- wisdom you awake nights imngs and prosperity has come, crying. Well, and keep ipice, or In some way comes near demoliyour estimate of a child and pallor the gone out quite different from that mother's esti-is has tion. It may bo a financial or a moral or a domestic or a social or a political exi- of my wife's cheeks, and the roses mate who lost her child this summer. They gency. You sometimes see it In court that were there when I courted her took it to thosnlt nlrof the seashore and rooms. A young man has got Into bad In her father's house have bloomed nirnln, to tho tonlo air of the mountains, but company, and he hah offended tho law and and my business i splendid, and I thought no help came, and the brief para- I ought to let you know that you saved a graph of Its Ilfo Is AH blushing and conhe Is arraigned. ended. Buppose that fused, be Is in the presence of Judge and man I" In a short time after the old little life could be restond by purchase, Jury and lawyers. He can bo sent right man, who had been a good while shaky In how much would that bereaved mother He Is feeling his limbs and had poor spells, Is called to give? She would take all the Jewels from on In the wrong direction. dlsraced, and ho Is almost desperato. leavo tho world, and one morning after he her fingers and neck nnd bureau and put Psalm about them down. And If told that that was not the district attorney overhaul him as bad read the twenty-thirthough ho wero nn old ofTender; let the 'The Lord Is my bbephord," ho closes his enough, she would take her house and nbleit attorneys at the bar refuse to say a eyes on this world, and an angel who bad make over the deed for It, and If that were word for hint, because he can not afford a been for many years appointed to watch not enough sho would call In atl her Inconsiderable fee; let the Judge give no op the old roan's dwelling cries upward the vestment and put down all her mortgages portunlty for presenting tho mitigating news that the patriarch's spirit Is about 'and bonds; and If told that were not ascending1. And the twelve angels who enough, she would say! circumstances, hurry up tho case and bus have mads keep the twelve cates of Heaven unite In over nit my property, and'IIf I can havo tie him ofr to Anbum or King Hing. If live seventy years, for seventy years he crying down to this approaching spirit of that child hack I will now pledge that I will be a criminal, ami each decade of his the old mant "Come In nt any of the will toil with my own hand and carry twelve gates you choose t Come in and with my own shoulders In any kind of Ilfo will be blacker than Its predeof welcome, for It has been told alt over these bard work, and live In a cellar and dio In Interregnums In cessor. tho prUou life ho can pet no woik, Celestial neighborhoods that ycu saved a ttguUet. Only Kit" t"e back that lost darling." I am glad that thero are thoso and ho Is glad to break a window-glas- s man." There sometimes ccme exigencies in tho who know something ot the value of a cr blow up a safe, or play the highlife of a woman. One morning about two child. wayman, o as to get back again within Ita iwasibitilfe ore tremendous. Whnt the walls where he can get something to ynra ago I w la tho newspaper that eat and bide himself from tho cruet paza thero was o woman in Now York whoso will thoso hands yet do! Where will those pocket-boo- k $37.33 had been containing of the world. Why don't his father como feet yet walk? Toward what destiny will and help him? His father Is dead. Why stolen, and she bad been left without n that never-dyinsoul betake Itself? Bhatl farthing at the beginning of winter In a thoo lip- be the throne of blasphemy or don't his mother come and help him? Sho strange city and no work. And, although benediction? Come all ye surveyors of Is dead. Whcro are all the ameliorating and salutary Influences of society? They she was a stranger, I did not allow the tho earth, and bring link and chain, and do net touch him. Why did net some cue nine o'clock mall to leavo the lamp-pomeasure, If you can, Its possible posseslong nco In tbo case understand that there on our corner without carrying tho $37.33; sions. Come, all ye astronomers of tbe nnd tho case was proved genuine, Now, I earth, with your telescopes, and tell us If was an opportunity for the exploits which would bo famous to Heaven a quadrillion have read all Shakspeare's tragedies, and you cau see the raugo of Its eternal flight. all Victor Hugo's tragedies, and alt AlexCome, all ye cbronologtsts, nnd cnlculato of y ears after the earth had become seat fered nbe In the last whirlwind? Why ander Smith's tragedies, but I never read tho decades on decades, the centurlej a tragedy more thrilling than that case, on centuries, tbo cycles on cycles, tho did not tbo district attorney take that young man Into his prlvato olllce nnd say: and similar cases by tho hundreds and eternities on ternttlesof Its lifetime. Oh, "My eon, I fee that you are tho victim of thousands In nil our large cities; young to save a child! Am I uot right In putting that uinuiig lin groat exploits; Yen, circumstances. This Is your first crime. women without moucj ui, without hum It brttla llm other two; for, if you saro You nro sorry. I will bring the pervun snd without work In ttf.o great uutd stroms of metropolitan life When such o tbe child, ycu savo tho man or you &vT yon wronged Into your preene end you wilt apologlzo nnd mako all reparation you case comes under your observation, how the woman. Get tbe first twenty year of '(Jet out of my way; we that boy or that girl nil right, and I guess cun, nnd I wilt glvo you another chance?" do you treat It? Or that young man is presoutcd In tbe have no room In our establishment for any you have got manhood or womanhood all court-roonnd ho has no friends present, more hands. I don't believe In women any right, and their entire earthly and eternal way. They are a lazy, Idle, worthless set, career all right. But what are you goln aud tho Judgo taya. "Who I jour couit sell" And he answers! "I havo none." John, please show this person out ot the to do with those children, who are worse door." Or do you compliment bor personal off than If their father or mother had died and tho Judge says: "Who will take this young man's ca?o?" appearance- and ssy things to her which, tho day they wero born? There are tens And thoro Is ndead halt, ami no oneolTers, If any man said to your sister, you would of thousands of such Their parentage and after a while tho Judgo turns to some kill hlra on tho spot That ts one way, and was against them. Their name Is agalnt attorney who never had a good caso in nil It Is tried every Jay In theso large cities, them. The structure of their skulls against and many of those who advertise for fe- them. Their nerves and muscles contamhis life, and never will, and whoso advocacy would be enough to securu tha con- male hands In factories and for gov inated by the iuebriety or dissoluteness demnation of innocouco Itself, Ami the eruessos In families bavo proved them- of their parents, they are practically at professional Incompetent crnwls up beside selves unfit to be in any place outside of their birth laid out on n plank In hell. tbe middle of the Atlantic Ocean In the prisoner, helplujnes to rescuo despair, when thoro ought to bo a struggle But there Is another way, and I saw It nn equinoctial gale and totd to mako among oil the Lest men of the professional tbe othor day In the Methodist Book Con- for shore. The first greeting they get as to who should have the honor of trying to cern In New York, where a yonng woman from the world Is to bo called a brat or a What to do help that unfortunate. How much would applied for work, and the gentleman la tone ragamullln or n whnrf-rnwith them Is tho question often askod. such an attorney bare received as his fee and manner said in substnnco;"My daughtfor such an advocacy? Nothing In dollars, er, we employ women hero, but I do not know Thero Is another question quite as and that Is, what are they going to but much overy way In a happy consciousof any vacant place In our department You ness thnt would make his own life brighter, had better impure at such and such a place, do w 1th us? They will ten or eleven yean from now have ns many votes as tho same and his own dying pillow sweuter, and his aud I hope you w ill bs successful In getn children, and they own Heaven happier tho consciousness ting something to do." Tbe embarrassed number of aud humllated woman seemed to give way will hand this land over to anarchy aud that he had saved a man Ho thoro aro commercial exigencies. A to Christian confidence. She started out potltlcal damnation Just as sure as we very late spring obliterates tho demand with a hopeful took that I think must havo neglect thrm. Suppose we each one of us for sprlngovercoats and spring hats and won for her a place In which to earn her save a boy or save a girl. You can do It. spring apparel of all sorts. Hundreds of bread. I rather think that considerate Will yout I will. Tukea cako of per hod comb, and a thousands of people say t "It seems we aro and Christian gentleman saved a woman. fumed soap and a fins-togoing to havo no spring aud wo shall go New York and Brooklyn ground up last New Testament, nnd a little candy, and a young prayer book, and a piece of cake, and faith straight out of winter Into wnrm weather, year about thirty thousand and would like to In God and common senss, aud begin this nnd we can get along without the usual women, an many spring nttlre." Or thero Is no autumn. grind up about this afternoon. weather, the heat plunging Into tbo cold, yenr Uutofaiiinst long procession of Amsm can havo no worse enemy than nnd tho usual clothing, which Is a com women who march on with no hoi for When it condemn his own conscience. summer mm winter, 11 this worm or me next wutereu arm oruis promise neiwcen he thinks th.it every one else con uot leqtilied. It makes n difference Intbo ed ami scoffed at and flung off tbe prect- - him hlm;atlenst, ho feels that be dedemus salo of millions and millions of dollars of pice, not one hut might have betm saved serves nothing but condemnation. It Is goods, and some oversunguiuoyoung merfor borne and God and Heaven. But good ever pronont with him, and Its constant chant Is caught w Ith a vast amount ot un- men and good women are not In that kind upbraiding embitter hi life. There li saleable good thnt never will bo salenbto of business. Alas for tint toor thing! nothlug more Impoi t mt than for a man to again except at prices ruinously reduced. nothing but the thread otth.it sewing rt0onclouneof iutejrlty ami somewhat gill' needle held her, nnd tho thread uprightness to keep a cohtttenro void Thut ji'tiiiA meichnnt wth limited rnpUul N lu it predicament. What broke. have heard men tll In puhlli? of oCeiiHO toward God aud inui."'Kaiur. shall tls old iiH'it'hiuit di as so dhcoiirstt what a man ts but what is a Tub heaviest of all burdens Is a heavr that vuini man In this awful crisis Hub woman? Uutdsuius one shall give betJU AfovK you hrU-.J- Mi tell dtfinltUu, . X wilt their bands and laugh and suyi "Uwod ter s, "mtsrrwVfm mffiWNiPm$mmwm&.Whmr I. kUtftMltoU'rt tound Fashioned to refine and soothe and lift and Irradiate home and society nnd tho world. Of auch value that no one can appreciate It, unless his mother lived long enough to let him understand it, or who In some great crisis of life, when all e!tf failed him, had a wife to rein f ore 0 him with a faith In God thnt nothing could disturb &ieak out, yo cradles, and tell of the feet that rocked you and the anxious faces that hovered over you! Speak out, ye nurseries of nil Christendom, nnd yo homes,whether desolate or still tu full bloom with the faces of wlfo, mother and daughter, and help me to define what woman Is. It man dut hi a aril hla Ufa accomnUshs ttfclnVflifegrltWT lilJaaeMtt&aJMtS what a worn in Is. Direct from God, a sacred and dcllcato gift with affections sd great thut no measuring lino short of that of the Infinite God can tell their ..... n.e t! iy s, It d g t. pertl-neu- t, well-bor- 1 'V j 11 1 tly ;A,vMMJJaKauti.lHil 1 krst, jtM7&iJujMMimm iaja&&vfi.,aa k&XMLtexuAt i,n tria'Us f -- miaiijjUMim in O Jl KwWTl.Wipi jaoacsEa DKT K3aaaa.?g Jjk:- f -- S3",7 FALLir j.jSTJ3 E59IK3I VrIl?Q"l?TE: esseesb Srxssa a ESti Iliown-Dcanoyc- w jpi rsh twit ma? bothi -- rraTrva "-J-- -" a rLTjATCrr . t--. NE . --& Eh j-- r .A. XjIj 3&P J& H Eoa Jib vj tfa& US1 TUB X. .A. B NOVELTIES I a?r i-i . W ii " WGOODS! m ... r a .. jarA. -- - ? j9L"r ui. Scssxnau 3ST J iEv -- Kff- - A Hvatitiftil I'.iuc of LADIES' AND ClllJ.DJU.WS' JIV.'.lV, in all Styles. fcTA large Hue of S1 rw. n-a- .. . S mucin and celebrated LADJJW AND CHILD 11 ,s0;X, tlic best fitting ami most relintilo Shoe marie In the rnlte.l Slat.s. A Magnificent Line ut Jftf.W, YOUTHS' and HOYS' CLO'UIING, Ackcrlnnil & WyU-r'make, tl.o best K5. &v s best fitting Clothing in the nmrku. My Stock is TOE HICKMAN COURIER. t Large 'aqct will be Sold at tfie lowest Possible Prices I I Call and See tftcnx! y S3s !,-- i r- v. -- J I ; f"'. N J v- s- The Angel of Death has cross- The Union City Pair, which GO. ed another threshhold and borne was indcfinitelv postponed on one of earth's purest an In- - count of yellow fever quarantine, HICKMAN", KY., TH E REPUBLICANS DEKSC3ALIZED fan! -- little Arthur, son of O. It. is now announced for Nov. 1, BE TRANSFERRED TO TENN Sallle died on the Same premium list as here-Gtl- i ni o " nin nnin nn ' and lust., atCtirllu, who of the par- - and;t. advertised. FRWAY, oot. 12, 1SS8. Democrats Soo u the homo tofore nrtlLllimu UU. the Danger, bat cuts, this county. Mr- T orf ,roCp ()f WIUi Prospect of Completion Confident i n fiui"c"' The Wiggins, tbo Canadian crank, County Clerk . P. Taylor, died, BJi ' -. of ttOOirritifteiiR vrlm tin imt nnt!l Within linn Ynnv l&lbnil lentcratlc Mel. Uas broken out In anew jdaco.i In Fulton, NVeduesday night. Mo Ttirnirri.ft: ririitor ail ai.omj paper uhoaro only reached on He says that tho yellow fever in was a most excellent citizen and lift: mm:. Company in the pillule; quoAlloiiB by public Ppoak ssffea The subscribers of stock to tho (ho South Is owing to tlio present tho cleverest of men. Sincere qt nuil anions this elans there Is bo-position of tho plaurts. sympathy goes out to nil tho & Tiptonvllio Luvio l The clmnrcR ot the front a perfect dentines, and unless Hickman leaved. polilirnl buttlrure ninv, ns Boiue iutlueures nrouso them there Company met at the eourMiouio vim: Hi:i'iTiit.i(i Miir.MK, tu Hicktuau, on Tliuitfil.iy, the 4.h tlie,v linvf boon, from the 1(k'iii On Sunday evening last Tom t to notice from Allrmpl llrthr llnllrluii Mnmlrr Warrick and Mnso Wiley, both ' ninp, laroly in favor of tbo l)cm .l.h,P,r! UomiiiliiloiiorH .named in tlioclUr- J n...,,0CL1 .ynr colored boys, became involved In nciat9, ami thin is believed b,v WT Policies Nonforfeitable after throe vcars. and all claims tmld lluPPAi.o, X. Y., Oct. 0. Some- n dltllculty, which resulted In WarDemnrmrs ntul iccoiiizod b.v and other public puthoriufH thaut tor. iminediatc'y on receipt of proofs of death. thing Btnrtllugly novel in the po rick stabbing Wiley in the lending IEepubliciiiis. lho rcnl Judo A. 1). Kingman stated ho back, campaiffii year within reeol-o..-- . r .f..!i object of the meeting and explau litical history of the country and inflicting a dangerous wound. ........ imp 'ii. ... i... i ui oiiiirn ' "". Prtion ; and l.ei.ee an apathy that in its legal practice as well is im V itorebodesa very small. vote prc!lll.Aliiii1Lft.iuiu ji utur.iiiiuii, v.. pending in littn vitjt tittutiu i ' I...H.... uti ' i iiri cin ami inuiana, nuuiisu eoininn (1iie It t .i" iiii nftcreoh.au, KivinK tl.e nnnu-- of "". , '' moliuii uf .I.ulgo Kli.Kmn.. in fact, than an attempt to call the ,, .' ""'S, - . o'"!. H. 1I0CIIAVAN, l'rert P. Vf. . L. ALKXANlIUlt C. UALTZUIS, OuAl '" ' ' ; .ur. ueorgo uarren was cieciu President of tho United States inhundreds of vnteia heretofore to court, and in a case involving ' 1" """ "'V 1 " "V Chairman of tho Stockholders' .'" Henublieans who onei.lv nrneJnliii I' llllliuriilliv IBallCH HI K"""' .i ntiil Mr. K. fa. .Mum I, his own reputation. llieir Inlpn ton to vote for n cvo.iin , FOR PRBSIDENr, , , b f Motion papeis huvo been served laud uiiil llitirtnnn. Tlio names, ROVER CEVELANP, places of rcldenre. ,Srr.,aro Blvei,, i.iatA.... nr ti, ,.,.! im. uneX " ll,.,:,,0H: tho bl,8,n"? nf C,0Ct- - within the last few days in the nubHc in n 1Joi,nl Dircetcrs bel suit brought by tho Ilcv. (too. and if tl.e half of thou, adhere to IIH'lOlAX, KY. f ?,rwa8 proeeeded "'sevenresulting ... A. Hall, alleged to bo the author ""' OF N33AV VOUK. ltlioiiiiiionncoiiipiit.lt would neein :m, ; ?..! .el"La,-f- .. vrith, . . ' ii ii i it " in mi ,inc ejection oi uic 10 iiowmc of 'Tell tho Truth" and "A to make each of these States flxd Hunt in Indiana. " iew ork, nudl concerning C! rover Clove- FOIT and certain forthe Democrats, and nfliPrrlnnlitlnl Rtnt..a TI.orl.,v UOAKU OP I1IU1ICTUK In l ni tu ttin iii in mi imi nf IX! SuO,()()(). r A A M ' I Alexander, A. I). Kingman, G, THURMAN, Cleveland'swith these four States been a few Democratic speeches Rniust the New York Hvong Post is known inane our county seats and lar- - ' yviu, iv. o. .uurruu, n. n. I'uidishlng Companv. in uu cerinin. vu me arjiuiueuww ger towns, but nono at tho coun-- l Ihk Kwf Dodds, and (ieor,;o Iking rctuUrl flrKnlxd h.I rratlv fur im!nriut we tr9AUj mAM lit' rlroni These papers rivo tioilco that1 - of farts ns to recent elections hi try fctntlons where mostly our far-- barren. of all. VllmlUrajlon ina.U fr iUMiIinr fir of filler. Apffettd 0II Oct. thn phdntilV will ask this those States, and tho arguments mors can no IIU Diuuhuuiuviaitrru or four mouilif. dltcourattl t lie uicuun Mr reacueii, anu tlio lar- bupremc Court to decnle upon a of public favor towards Clevcjonrned until ne.xt meeting us pr- commission to cxamiuo (trover Tali of rf xhU mrr abuuni should Aft V. land's administration, so much olix aroused on other people tho Do- - ftcilbed in charter, unless sooi.er tho sldo of Cleveland as to Ida pernoiiul camore favorable now than in 1SS1, mocrac.v in this fight. This is the convened by call. reer and make the testimony a Roeins to conllrm the Democratic situation Directors elect then n.et part of tho Rev. Dr. Hall's caso throughout Southern XDIISBOXOlS. claim that these States are eel tain Kentucky, and probably through- - ana proceeded to eCect a pci in.i- against the Post. The motion was II. IIUCIIINIS. C IIAI.T7.KK. J. M. ltKKD K Democratic. AI.EXANliCU. t organization bj the elect on out the W 0 JOHNSON J V COWOIKU J v AI.rXANDI.K. Hut, in the modern election ma- not bo State. The speakers can of ! I Alexander, Piesidont. A. put over and will bo argued on chinery, no election is certain un- but onehad, and the Coukikii sees U Holmes, Secretary ; and J. M. Monday. Tho object of Dr. Hall remedy, and that is fori Is to prove that the Post libeled til tho votes are conntcd and leeach reading Democrat to enuMl- - "tfIli Cashier, him by saying that he slandered V2T Fur Sor Tye, S-rayxs gally reported. It sometimes tuto himself an elector, mid go, Mr. Tilghman, a represent itho fiov. Cleveland in IS). To prove COWWLLfS v.vvi iAUVt. . ni 9 that vast sums of money nmoncr Ids neighbors, tell them of f the Tonii.. Ga. & Mo. Kadroad lids, he summons President Clevethrown into a State, or a creat Cleveland's mire administration. Compuny, then addressed tlm land as a witness to show thai the CC?" Kor Nviirnlfit and KltrumntMru, V .Z---OltV. ifiimnillntnlv iifnonillnrr tlin "fc? 15s3fg2a v tumh3ks:.-cs-r .:in vv .i.fa ,: ,Ufi bis efl'ortto reduce taxation on the Hoaid, proposing upon the part vf charges of immorality the Doctor i,....:.. i.. r::.f... COWGILIS WSAS3L OIL. r tlmt u thu It. cc. i. made against him then were true ,. necessities of fe, and get them hl3 r.H,Vr. VV. tOL'ototlio noils on tho Cth of Company, as orgunucd. womd and no slander. Although the ley Kor lMf, dkmkhs .v Tho loral elections in New Jer- - 'oiling one ticket to elect another November, and vote for him. transfer to thorn lho lights and law docs not require any man to Io all facts in regard to COWGILL'S TILH OINTKS.N"?. soy last Tuesday, occurring in the -- m privileges of their charter that Ins criminate himself, it is claimed tItU-P- , MrtdriNr, HOOKS, STAT lOMlHY. nod StliroIKuppIift. of the high Presidential v'"8 elections and destroys all tki: ronrn a.m .Hirmin. Company would contnet to t lint case, Republican leaders dial- - meuco the building of tholuvvo, but a this Is not a criminalwhich, trUr Kor Tcllrr and Itiurworm. beyond t,ic advantages of argument and election excitement, shows civil suit for damages, nuil tho eerlain politics of that reason that may huvo existed in longed a fair and squuie issuo be-- l within twelve mouths from the1 thclawynrssay.iiiakesadurerence. WWtflLL S TSTr&R QIUTJZ Hl'Minil, PAINTS, OM.S, INKS and l.!(jlOUSt or Mr.lical uit. State. Tho Democrats cairied tlio campaign. This is specially lore t lie Americuu neonieou laiin iintn nf ir.niBfnr .t...i ,.ni..i.ii.i.. tin. toy Tor Wormi, AOK.NT8 FOI! T1IK Newark by 500, where last year true in close fotatts vvhcio, a few Keform vs. High Protection. The Hamo according to the terms of tho Republicans had a majority of thousand votes only neei to be Dernocratsaceepfcd thochallcnsc, the charter with a railroad on III COUNClh PKOCHHDINtiS. Cowgiira Ploasiat Wora Syrap IKM. This is tho first time Hie city changed to give the victor. From land both Republican and Demo-- ' within four years: or lailiii" to do RlCKMA.V, KV, (M 0. 1SS has not gone Republican in 10 "" muer enuso exists all me cratlc speakeis and papers in lho e0 auv rights ceded to them under Council nirl. 1'rtnt. Majr MurrfU; SArSFACTiOX UOAnAXrhK) OK Tilt! MOSEY HEb'VSUHlh ears in a rresuieuuai year, ino Democratic fears of de im wiev eany stages ot tlio rres dentin tim nh..rt..r u rmiit..i m..i uni.. rounrdmtn, WUttng, Coir, Drown, thick- A NIE:c'EAIrY,-- a ,i t, i nil nmi nr ninl So lim. ..lit net Democratic gain over 1SS1 have Cleveland's eleolb iiuoii to- - eainnaiiru uavo almost exclusive For Sale hjr Ihf l'reprif lor, tprs Ih7 The m ii ii' e of ht lav t rfcu'nr mfflins day if tho votes could jt polled discussion to this one Issue. The void. Ho represented that bis i lt028. lViU and counted faiily. result has been that everywhere Company already had active tn.I of ealltd and nitirtl. fcpl wtrr J. W. COWGILL, Druggist, Tin: I'ltniAiiir.s 'io-.i- i on now In the West, fowa, Michigan, flli- - agtMits in tht Held, and wore moot-nni- rcjltaj'irord NEW YORK. ACOC.N Al J A)t v. ji(J 83 Ilitkniort, Ky YUscouBin and Minnesota, ing with great encouragement in Jntlgo Whito has withdniwn All along the lino the Pemocrats Tbf falluitlnj cuiif were prerntel urn larmers took up tlio cry ot tho wuv of flecm-iiiitin il'dit of .r..pt.rjr Mpnrovrtl, wlddi, hi i:miin, urrc from the Congressional race, but aro united for Cleveland audThur- MAM'PACrVKKnB OT TIIK CKirnUATKI) This is true in tlieeity and tariff reform, and went in droves way, donations of lands in Ten- - ll.rt-- I 4ii(f cJirck urlerctl I w tied fur Le the primary election cull has not mat i:o.n.Tii;tt f. been revoked, and therefore Stato of New York, but in that uwr 10 ino jjeinocrais, euuanger- uesaee. &c. X'c. and that ho had wn.,iihU. W should be held in each and every great Democratic city, tlio party ing every one of these States to- no doubt of success provided the i 'Im UingMAn Trinlrrt pnv roll, up 6.1 3 j in n l oo ioSii "Jl f precinct. The idea has gone is divided as to candidates fur Harrison. The Republican lead- H. & T. Co. would cede the right ilb;jrnV utrn't d S roll, ( IMVI abroad that White having with- Mayor, and tho two great Demo ers see and know this, mid hence, to nnrmtn nmlir thidr ihnrtr. S.'iOi to un y drawn, no ptimaiy elections would cratio organizations of that l.itylMl,0,Htc8t JtepuWIcnii orators,! Ho 8aili ida Company had the nr- t V T,iuLfiIiimp prUonerit .. ldo.HISKKAM, ZZNTUCKY Q W I'JO (N) bo held, and hiuco it is ouite like have nominated rival idates.1 Wll!l W'Io t their bead, have rangements made vviih a syndicate J im i:iaKwiKnl fo r Kiiuei tin kntr, nlflil wnl.'luiiRfi ... 10 uU' mn iin ii mam ihmuv, ot capitalists to lurutsh tlio re- ly a gieat many precincts will not Tammany Hall has nominated '""PI"-'- " vs rndis houm: m pic iikcknti-- iikknl m CO C Mi'ifli.tui, ?A olitwiiin, lo 1 tiUtd up fir nrrotumuilatiaii t voto at all, and where they aro Sherifi' Grant, and the Couutv1"!111 "VK n'limRl exclusively nnotit quired money whoa they secured 13 00 pulibo gen "Slons to tlio oiJMiin?, "tiie 1110 reqUISllO amount of land sub- - a Ltliif br'ifnnur mid Uit held hundreds who would liavo Democrats Mavorl McCuielicn, )if)hceuf Iouni fl,,P8war tho "Solid Soutli8Uriptions. Drill room, idrv Iwl, voted, may not now do so. There Hewitt. Tammanv Hall usually love, for r vii i of ajr 300, trail. KHtrantrol lo alt wliootop with nn niejU being no other candidate, the Dis polls 00,000 votes, tho Comity Do-- ' "n ll,r,(RC(l ecrn." occ, ,vc.) The Hoard of Director by resoACOOUXr NUT ALL4)UKi. l'rflvt'lii.g men will find ILe U'1 of in., tirrm trict Committee should have de- mocracy, r0,000, and the liepubli ah tnose w estern btates are sure atlon iriM.d t J W Cowj-iot our houft. niviiteil n a'CMinl of CO clared Stone the nominee, follow-iu- r cans 80,000 to Sj.OOO. All lac Republican on the old war issues,1 osltious as made, conditioned that f J) (ur uoik done on OMon tlrcvt hi Hr7; In adJition, we carry a full lint of the example of tho Louisville Democrats swear that they are and Republican leaders darn not they be reduced to writing, and '" at!? Lt:!s UIj'jM-'- J hy ibc 3nit.ee FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, (imtUtf, mi'l no Imitier action lnMng and Lexington Districts. Rut, truo to Cleveland, and tlmt the lo risk the tight on the tariff. If submittal ., i hiH.itli.t' ..f tht. Miei.UoD, to wtdcli we lni Unr j.ricfB t4ku by the ComucII, hjII account Capt. Stone is a good man, has cal split will only intensify and '?.V fan succeed in working up tokhnhl.M of the II &T. re a4 low a tlie lowrt iii4tlowed made a splendid repiesentatlve, bring out a fuller and more enthu- - t,ie ?,(I "l"e. sectional hate so as Company, on Friday, Oct. PJ, iuat., and we therefore hope as many siastic Democratic vote for him loonscureino real issue ot ino and Judge A. D. Kingman, It. S. T!ic ritoroiiTion nrnrt. cominUtrc nnd Democrats as can, will una out Unhides, ihe Mugwumps or hide campaign, they might probably Murrell and J. M. Real, were an- - rriefnceif havlnc on prMMMitioi on rvnrieil and vote for him pendent Republicans of "cstcrn amies nrmiy potuied a committee to meet a couiptalnl of J J. C. ilm lurnnl a to it ewimm! Ijickman HJarblo Works, Xo "nnlsoii and Moiton. & robniiii Arid of iiropntloii of v committee of tho Tcnu., Ga. 1 Yoik,from 10,000 to IiO.000 strong v r n In the last 15 general elections are sticking as close to Cleveland ! Mo, R, R, Co., and to formulate In U VI, Metlimy fi.rNrry irivlh;SrM ihi ULiAUlV CC fllAUUUAi 1IWKMAK - . KW Council dotddvJ that it hail nn le.d rUhl in tlio State or New York tho nR any Democrats. TliH Mew hto.vu ",,,,Y V. Ktnhicky and Clinton ttretb.) writing said contract. oi cJitncn Ihf fiMi, or li er.ml tlio latter. AiiiN(m.N,Ocl.,..-(aprc- .aI Democrats have carried the State tlioc8ol8 confirmed brail Iu KKN'TITHKY, Tho Roaid then adjourned to llicne twocvw wer 1miiiUI, and t lie JJ HICKMAN, (AJ.l.i, - - - A) , C. II times, and the Republicans 4 Now Yoik city Domorriitlc lea.l- - -o- ngrcHSinan Stone'8 faco wore meet again at tho )iH in commit ice JicbarziJ from ltir furili,i Announce that havi rccelvr! writ j tutALra in times. This indicates, truly, the cm. Itt, iibtwitbBtiuidiiii; tl.ls niniiuiiiinllylmn)yox.re8loiilo. Hickman, on Friday, Oct, lL'lh. I E ME A Till VI. when nii want cuuMlatHiion. ult'dci Bloc orvvrthhig UfuaJI kci on Italian ami Amrkican J chaucen of Cleveland and HarriMa hum Uafk'iutthhiK done, or In a rccoiyeil not.. lew umy ,,ruve true, yet theio iR,'l"i';.for COMrLAINT ItLrKSRKO ! nlw keep a full line of agooe, Ac. MONUMKMri, 1UMII ANI OIIAVK son in November. opponent tlie U T. Tyler conipliine! of o?er ne nBrpntfcnr, Hint this local csbIIc m'u ni:it in uitivcs. BT0NK8. .,...,. ..t,.u vuusiukiuiiju uu'f, .ut u. j mar In,;. Pm iiirnl on Oli IIickiiMit Mi lji mill KverjfiJnit fresb. new, clran and cocap, .1.. Tk V.tfi. ...nnT. ... uadortakor'o Goods, In eioek, a fine lot of ad ,The Patronage of the Mor of P u,' or Iliillanl toimtj, Paducah, Oct. 0. Spc- - referred to committer on propjitioi nud AlrtO, tl.t will continue lo run lho idential election will bo seltled, Co mm n, Uomwihh), and Kdld Iltick WalHAVING ItalUn am pre-- p .withdrawn fro n tho canvass 1 his cial.l About noon to dav an old ow Vol k Is second ; e ; and as tho Ca, whUh rciwuable it v , nut i.on tijnf nnd notice, and atOmii Im filled red to All all orders. Marble, eianiU Call and ir t... .f ,,iM,in.",i; ' a the of the President nf only to that Meayes tho Meld unoccupied ex- - j UlWIUI U II II llillll i " IllllllUh v. (aluiiniliiam ,ihavlu,i. paidt... Ihe one Imf nd nave vecitred n , lfo.nHdw.M,, up ehort . thn r.dtoil - .1 n ja,. !..t mr work a i mvTnV'M Hi.iDFt uuii ii. tij t, baker. Frcili (rlcti (il'e m a call ..'.f I States, ...... .o.ximium mo H.n an.- opt by Mr. Stone, and ho will Vviini, UlSCOVeiOU IIIO liiiuililieu re- mid bmcmnni. n. uiv t.nhit...... widiwin. lllll c .. Orders from the couutry prctnptly nlw.J nuiriiiiiiii lllllll lilt erl. :tAed tok.bo rvuitiiu from luirniGiiltu- linatl each iNjr. AIo, a Went Hickman. . J no result lllfllllD nP IV'Mlln... fV,..n,, .. 1.uv . unu I. t.. IdT ah oji in Mled. iiiii(j ui if iiiuiiii Aiitiiiiiw, ii iiwinu tariff reform Usno. Hint fll.m.t oV. pnblfcaus of that cilvknow thev ii.ui ihv ict, itivncii pTTrT-i-- . TTT T7! T? T? TTrr"lT3 iuajJ5fca , mayCC ,ll,vo no. cjtunce to elect their can WOUIII HUVO liceil tlie SaitlO JUKI tradpr. Irlnrr in Hia ivnn.U iii tlu com m nice on proponiuonn umJ grtovanevx. clusively for the "bloody shirt." inn chiPcufc tit: u.uiUi In lM IUe. Al of Muvfleld. IIU hoi jiliilale, it is feared that the Hewitt Mr. White remained in, yet it l l MUltUEbL, Konfnolrr "Of f urally ives tho CoiiieaaiiMii was crushedas if bva heavy stick, nd (frlef io, a Tieanindtteon thin year, h wftl hotiQCAUe of tow i WeiaociatH may counieiniiiice.. some BiiiHL- - Kiimijuuuuii . M..,i uir fc...i!..' ...t.i. ii -iiiiiik ni its- - uifi inroat was cut from ear to car, Alices JuiTinic recommetukii lli.it v. ji our iu LAW, MslYVsUY NTAKLK, ATTOKrEY-A- T iiiiuuiu mm iiiL'iu ou eieo- i i..iittiii.... .....i i...A ,.r of rvlvuvvd from or co.lrn tiioiumi.1. uini 10 uougrens is wiiuoui a and bogs had devoured part of null u Id in In the oil (inocourtml aolhim In connection. Wacoiii, ,'...0.,i?'' onto linn it;aint I91", t'ujcIcai, (Omni l' itlr. ut.r (kiwUl'i Drug Htr,) And ffel your hUckimlthhig and general : Zn, tho body. Suspicion at once at- alncv, on motion, lie U rotenNrd from y so., lor hi to (live U4 a trial. Kcpalrmg Juno at loPWlcan8 woul.l vote for. i K r. 111 0 K X A t tached to a boy named John Car- - ment of the city part or mM line. nuvll Ya:lou, colored tor, nged seventeen, the sou of a STKF.KT LAM IK. ' Will prertlri In all tie Courts of the laiirn in these parts equal to l he Democrat, repoits that there aro butcher. Olllccrs at nuco stattcd ' On motion of Co'incUnnn Cot, the Citv First Jud.elal blilrlet. ituportance of a decent Consta- - &..-J ftttm 210.000 colored Democrats iu the in search of him and found him nt Ctcrk Ii directed Lo pit re base IWu Btrcct SALE AND LIVERY STABLE f (0rnr ? Ohi n4 Ftthiijt Strati,) .v ,,,, Vf.villl.llb ttllU Vltll k! fmnrlSl ble's race bought and traded in elections Northern States, organized in Cold water, twelve miles from town. Uoips for (be city. . HICKMAN, KY V. A.. )tji(isi:i Tiik Republican orators and The bulk and bodvof the Demo- - clubs, pledged to voto tho Demo- , Trillion! had been at a house of Oood Work atltock.bottom Prices. My & ticket, Tho better otlucat-edC M .Mcachani tcnjfrej hU rfHlnnllon last night, and left there PHYSICAN AfiD SUBb'EON papeis teioughont tho Northern crats of hath clemcnta will stand cratic motto. more intelligent colored peo- iu company with Caiter. On kuntuckv srmiET . States charge that the nogio is truo to Cleveland, hut that there iu poltcimau ami idlil walclui'an OarJIIlM, UOIIK a siiecIalty.-XM- a HICKMAN, KKNTUCKY niotlou, the rlirnatlun win acctptcd. oonetantty on hund for Mr not permitted to vote In Kentucky. may be a few thousand in Hint ple are slowly beginning to seo Tlio latter returned to thehouso KKUI'3 sale JOIINF.UHAY. bis Profeeilonal Services to l'OMCKMAN Al'I'OlfTCI). that the blind following of tho a short timo after and Hindu the VUKt lintllllfitiikii !., .x ir.i.l. Thero is not a negro or a RepubOrFKUB marSlf of Hickman and vicinity MOUSKfl, IJUGQIKS and HACKS, On molton, W. II. Drown wa npKjIntcl lican In Kontucky who docs not oil and thus en.Ia.m,r Cleveland, Hepub Mean prtrty means tho per- remark to a woman that ho "had idIC-'SlUtlng know that tho charge is false, and all who know ui0 thing about a PtnUoii of d sudvnntnjrca to more nerve than sense." Romo H)lIceman and night watchman ut tlio and enhro purchaiedof Ihe stable, horiei VV. II, Hummer pleasure nf the Council, and ,dr w. I lie best interests of blood whs also noticed ou his JlxcJ at ralo of $.10 per month. M halnry we popote lo outfit yet i hey continue to voto for the ureal city's polities, ro forced to oonlluue the builueis, and W. D1ESTELBKINK oliclt patrouace patly that they know circulate tho admit. And heiein lion the onlv the colored voter is to divide bo (drithllifr. lint tintlitmr t?no flirtn..!. PAI.AKY 1'AIO. ACHKd, mile fmnth of Hicklie, and circuiato it for the pur- dangor to Cleveland's triumphant tween tho great polical parties 0f it by tho women. Caiter wue IQO man, alntil 7U acreM cleared and The City Clerk vrai directed to draw precise y as other races and ua- - brought back to town and canied pose of exciting prejudice againht tillable, tii acres in clover am! urn v timalt cheokln fnvor of O. M. Wltlmni, trct liOlluIitiCQ dO. space to name all articles, but no to tho himuNt ul.ii.l, wot l.nl.l i .. couindiMloniT, for their homo people. - ...w ....,... .. ...w.. .i.Q Mini H for .j nioiithV cottnu Iioiio, stable, clitcrn and iprln. NOtrouble to show poods. iTHAT-FIEiHtoo spot where tho body was found. aalarjr up loOct. lt. Tor termi, &o, addrehs Come and see, at the corner of Troy Cm:vklan says to tho AmeriA CASCl. Till? present tax h'21 (I. W. I0VEbU While tho inquest was being held l!Cr.S8K WANTKII. ho Original Wins. can people thai the present tax lyaccumulitesoue Avafom mmnal. and .Moscow Avenue. Ksl Illckrnr o, Ky mill, BiminvniL fit. I.nuli Urown k Co., and II (7. Jii'ltfe, cidi system produces one hundred ion dollais surplus hundred(jTiiled To thf. Drmocrttry of the First Con some ono iu tho crowd yelled: in the "All In favor of banging him say m.iie anpllfstion o the Council far IIcciiho million dollars annually more than States Treasury, rjrcuiomtl Diitrkt: to relull nod tlpplu Bplrituo'u, vIiioiih and If! ayo,"und instantly foity men the Governthe (lovciuineut needs lo defray ment has no use thatin nnvinif Its ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I tako thin method of informiuu a rush for tlio prisoner, butmados fua.lt ll'iuors hi lho huIMIne nt present for S. K. M. h.. fn - ... all its legitlmnto expenses, anil occupied bjr (hem n enloniK. On inritlon, Cored INDIOMITION, UlllOtSNIlS. a candi mat I am no OK MA yt - - MoNutt, Cook, Malum and the KEN T V CK y Clerk i ilirt-'Mmply asks tho people to voto to m this! nrueuts. Whoso money i.voii for Congros longer ji v v YTSPSrftlAiICKllKAIUCIIK.f.OST iu this District. Hamilton, with pistols drawn, kept cvnuoCity each, the having tobimothell Ilphigco"rctcd from the date to rjinph! wJi if ,T,il.b?UH Stomach, Etc. Wild, attend Iu all business entrusted reduce these burdens upon them- people, it coitninly U people's Having made apaitial canvass, their care back the crowd and hurried him tne law umuu uun pruviucu ior in ucii tJiureh,A(timi,'Ienn., wrilc! selves. Is there a parallel In the money Theiefoie, the Oflico -- Furniture Factory. tnlr ft I ibouM havt brrn l'cjJ but Mr. Cleveland have become satistlod thatit is tlie to tho depot, and boardluga freight ca' history of tho woild where the says reduce ior your fe.iulnc M, A. b.m. nov8.'7B wish of a majority of tho Domo tiain brought him to this tho taxes on tho Al.AaiM I'AlIt. mooa Mver Me Jiclnc, eitv. have iiovernment pioponed to reduce fomrtiine ha tn nl.iiiiiii of lifo to this amount. crats of tho District to return tho' whet e he is now iu jail. Thev nr- . . JCtlM tilt) IttfHt The City Ctcrk reported that he hnd U. . !.... i. tt..rl "Zeilln llirfifn ,... ii.ji ii... ill v iiiiriinii j ni- ii. AHH01llllCtllt O cheaaH lo J. N. Outlen, Cl'v Jmlc, leave that monev with the Hon. W, J, btono to Coultoss. I rived here at 7:30 p. m. cln but ll don't fliuwer Uil ItoUHTsI ttu innt- ...... 0...1. r..fin,,B yiMii'aiuiJii . v m.wuo himI W. J. Webb, City Pexion, oach, for :iCOIlie, to Whom t l.nlnn Hut theieforo bow in biimblo submisIt. Gravel. Editor Tht C'PPttl Or.J. from so ni'iny thousands of neo tho Republicans j), muouni mcir nairy for cptcmir. ilcmihU.Tenn. avi: sav that this sion to what seems to mo to be MAntcirn. pie? Instead of having to beg leads to freo rcrc veda packaKo oi jourl.Hfi coi.i.KiKo,n. trade, and will injure the de&iro of tho Domocrats of anu nave uscu naiiol It. Democrats to go to lho polls on the working people. To 1m Fonml lie nltfO rejMirted that he hud old lx It Work. like a rlmmi. I wan. n Thanking thnso In this couutv, bv Jn'goNavior, Who ever tho District. A Rood Saw Mill, with complefo outfit, better Liver ItetfuUtur and cer. such proposition, would't It seem heaid of working college hoiidn and paid procrcdi of en mo Cnn bo bmiKlit at now In a irood location being in- friends who tendered their on the taluly ou inure vi utm'a iciilma that nothing less than an uiiuy jured hy lesseningpeople taxes, or support In the contost, me urn as to Miss 11th Inst., Mr. W. 0. IltiriiH to Ireaiinvrnt trimtcei Hick man college n rrtnnableprirti nnd on reasonable terms. I Willie Green. their On motion, Council ndjournvd. with cannon could keep them from AJdresri, for Information, ,1, D.WIIITK. a. Also, Mr. J. A. Thomas to Mrs. ."iiisiob io collect money from over, Attcj', voting? J. J. 0. IIONDUKAXT, them that Ihey don't Ulantlville, ICy., Oct. A, I88S. (looJs de'hucd lo any prl of thu City Winnlo C. Isboll. W.L. .MuCL'TOlli:, C. (!. llickiumi, Ky, THE BKEAK. nr.Miiiv roit roi.tTits In Fulton county wherever you tliul a Donmcrat mIio icnilM l!io papers uit Undone lutPimely teieMed and aiixloua about the' PiePi.Iontial election, nml iitnoiii; In-IJ- O TUB ii, & T. Illi! f 15 Mutual Life Insurance Company, Largest Safest and Best T .r - yihcwuVoi... j I Prel-iliMitb- i World ASSETS $119,000,000. !-i$- -- fci vj I '' ''" ' Paid Policy Holders $249,000,000. 1 iiiim-ioo- A. A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. 1 , "' 7' "". ' 11 ''''...V 1 1 tn . Mi-etlii- I ii,,,.,,,.11' i -- 11 li- HKCKH1LI B&fiK. i i i . Terri-IdoTalc- T, )LLn or I I 1 c"sc I . CAPITAL, oiiio. 1 1 t - tto Buy? iW What V feSY . . i a i . 'at-- .. Imp-pen- T. T. x, & OoF . r pre-mid- st coin-Th- ' J ' Domestic Sewing Macliine. tir siu:.sriciiTtos ' -- I , s, 111SRTW15CK. BALTZliR & CO. - ' j .M VV T HO :ij, E L r r ia - 1 r- j J; a - ti l hl - an-- - aPcu-tlo- ' -- -- U-ve- e m si3 HICKMAN WAaOlT, A. F. OLIVER, n10 DOUGLASS r if BROS "-". rf Mm ui mam, 1 Co couil-hous- j 1 'd I 1 I u. . l..l K, 2, , liixnilv Grocory. (t .. HAMAGE, nlr 111 U i , .- nu.n. t. I . tv nak ftrat-cla- 1 i-- n waiK-ove- m .1 .'..! j nat-uhurb- a r .n;"ri?f .:. propo-ido- n fS "! con-tos- t. s STOP! vS Ll 1 "j J. F. GRAY'S, WW - o Faius Paiikbk,. TJl. O l.RIS - Farna for Sale! 1 Family Groceries. .- T .. IIA.'irTrTYLER ofll-cor- tf I 1 .... :"."""V,V,,.,"u",lf"IPniiil ."'" I 1 X . 1 Ms a -- Wiiiiag . i i, SAW fiNi-- lf For Sale 31 ILL ! GHOCSDRIES 0f I1T EIOKMA2T1 c;iv.n in,u TitiAii t&HtyT 14rt lM t UIVJ.- - uiiw "AN EL EOT lit C hiiMiwwiMiirritfiraitiii " ' Tllli HRILLIANT ACTRESS Sl AllK!" GO TO -- I--I. M. jfAXWELUS Matermxisxziixxxa I 7? W Oity Ml WITH linit IJ'lllOi'OIJTAN ('OMI'ANV, IOCglIX ! --& aXTig-lx-t! M s 4- wry m! GROCERIES Tltn SUPPOSE YOf i i: n: t..i A now lino of Kid and Jersey Cllovcs, diH'c i cut shades and latest j V itiM-1; 3S3" ES-t- Xr i WK ht v ti II 10 iic'iit HiiNiitliitit 1 ru inn v ffeu (i00s .A - ILTDD "Urider Hie Gaslight!" ITARlff OFF II. AI5 NOW RECEIVING With llrlllfiiiit Merliuuleal ntnl Scenic Kflcots. Other Plays an. liniiucod eiui day. Prices mi usual. B Reserved Seats lit tiwnjim & Co'a Drug Stoic, O XT jRj LOCAL NEWS. At LttTII IOR Ai.tiiny JSALF, House-keepin- OHEAPI Neur Stoe - Better (joods! Jusl Received and Opened al the Lowest Priced House in Hickman! ' j g rounding country, he has taktogether with lease of my present en tho tinifV ly thothat Iiofiih, anil in selling goods at ildieulousiy law resilience. pi ices. K. A.lUTUIiIXGAMK. m M. Maxwi:m. desires tlie OuUUUCK l Mate to tho Den Kflectn, and lfepulilicnns of tho Mir o r- - A M A OIXARMXNO THAGEDIENKn. Tim Memphis MelliodUt Con Hotum of Maudo Atkinson, do WclUK;iown and Clovor fereneo convenes in Palis, Tenu., Favor i to. Nov. 7th. STAPLE AND FANCY dp Atkinson made her dclmt Ma tt New Crop Sew Orlsans Molasses, linfnrft n lllnmiitn iff mi nililf ntlff ' about two jeats ago. Her awny i u i:m:i over oar iiuinseinent loving pco ttlMKTUlMt UNI. "Hiar IS TWN' Mt i: 4' isirv pie wiih uiatked Irom tho inception r of her engagement hero. She has Miss Iluttio Wliayne, of Fu. delighted Hloondngton audience ton. Ky.f Is visiting Mlaa (Jeorglo Interuiltllngly about twenty weeks. IjiNier. This is a longer reign than nnj other queen of tho drama has en BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTH- torn. IHJOIIAXAXImiiiinoal Joyed In fastidious Hloomiiigtoii, oleuant lino of (Swot V (lothinir'HerirreateBt auccesa waa aohiev IflCr, HAlO, CAPd, ' the hunt fitting Iiih.1 made and tlu' ' '! "' tl,2.tlt rolo of ",0 "Preach i in llirktnnn. Call mill Wl'V." i hho i linn liiiperaoiinlpil ii. la i ,.t .ik 111 UIKIII IllilWIll i.. IlllP IIIIIIUlIll IIIIU ...i.i. hee tlieni. CLOAKS, &c, city fully a quarter of a hundred Misses Meimnnd Lou Dlestel ;tiinrt and each tiino acquitted brink mu visUluir Minn Mary Walk herself with no small degreo of To which we call your attention, honor. or, at New hern, Tenu. Her repertoire is largo and va-- i We oiler them at very low prt-cc- -s and will not he unWlvWv O thaUrworfrrtfnl. prtUi, rlcil, Including auch aa Lady of JVVV3VV,t! tlouWrd Villi standard atttaetiona crwut. dersold by any houe. Colic, TwiklDi; yiiKly l'da. or I.vcuis." Alvcinnlinu iiimI Galntra.9 rriitrnj ,ill,TnmnP i.ini, Mimuca DUorjew, rn l NVw MacdaJi oifiiilu no Opium or llorphine. Ipii,""Fiiiic1iiiiii" "hrou I roil," and We thank our friends for their libJiruct? h cRfr. Triw 15 emu. tMd ty tho -- Frpnrli npy.'J Her Ity in tho wide rango of character eral patronage in the ikM, and Druggist, fthall endeuvor to merit acon-tiuuauportraved In these jdnya Is won- MrUr Kuchauau ha ro derful." With her masterly talent, this M(aM)u. turned from Mfinphir, nnd puw fIio compasses auch extremes as Iliokiinn is Kood enotigh for him. Kaiichou and Onlatea. Plio Is a Iialt a act "Wlatce T JL II B DISPLAY on the Counter? of thia home is niwuiu immense, and embrace, in uleiniiil iiro- ftHhimnll the LnUnl AWftiw fn DKI&S GOODS niul TRIMMINGS to match, Ludie'Y 'Mistea and Children's YUAP3 of all styles and ipialltiea. 3 S j i'ht vi:i. m goods. MAMS Men, Youtha and Boys, has no equal as remagnitude of'htoclt, or Low-nc- ss gards Style and make-uof I'rice. It simply knocks oat all competition. p, THE for Shantera and Dich Huta. Arascno and Kelt for Pancv Work. Latest Novelties In Ladies and Cnildiens HatHf Honuets. Feathers, Tips, Kibbons, &c. I would diieet special attention to the clc gant line of Data and Uonueta now on exhibition at my store -- Capote, Torpedo, Derby, Plush Felt all new, and tho very latest stales, These goods were selected in person, with great care, and uithan eyo single to the wants of my mijxy customers. To see them is but to adudte. An elegant line of Children's School Hats. Don't buy until you nave seen them. Also, n lot of Ladies and Kid Cloves, slightly 'datn-- ' aped, which I will sell regardless of cost. t&r Au inspection of my ntoclc will convince you that J have tho most complete line of Millinery jGooda ever offered to tho Ladies of this section, and at prices that 'fiituply defy competition. I lespectfully Invito one and alt to come and e.xamiuo my goods and be convinced. Chil-'drcu'- at lea. Misacs and Ghlldrena1 Tarn Of rr Jc w 1 OUR isF" tHa arf T It V wl 2 sT.frt&LJ .'V OLD ItELIADLE FAMILY GROCERY, & HCWY UOOtH, ALSO, ZL A A bni of KlnMnaTiikle of Charge. JtftT Ouodt lellvcrcil tne T- rOMPLBTBJSTOtr OK MIKf.K ANI FUIJt - JV ii. JrLf : s. IV .. "k Hie'h SSfimC School. yi m,";v w.t V. a fwr 1 SK-ci- iBi?ir raiiias5 1ST. iTffi&'4o.wr-- y s vii I rnin: ntiM tciim droins august aoth, issj, akd continues kiouT- een Wcvk. J Inioruriion will Klwn In tbe t'ommfln School ItrancbiR, Latin, Greek, German, , Klocutinn. llibfr MuifnutUi, Uook KitpUR and tlio &cUbi. wwM4taJMMUMljjC 'V' Ctovernnieni ndld tmt firm l attention yicn tvi preparlniryoun( men for bunlncaid ilhtlenle for CollogCi Tuition pavible monthly In advanre J2 00 . IVi'inry I'uplto. iit Momli 5 00 It"rni(U' 1'nplK pnr Month TUITION' I 00 j Adranctd I'upll, pr Month . .pmu B. HUGHES, A. B. MRS, JENNIE JUDGE, Tho County Court of Claims waa in session Monday, with every Magistrate in tho county present, but one. The claim allowed agJ,0l)O. j ST.I'LH DEPAUTMEST Darir'iins in Jeans, Klanueli, tfco. ia replete with j viaut Dome, . tics, Table Linen, Yarns, gregate less than TTfe tbo Notice to Loiilrnitoi'H m Uy n iTA fv T& F &r, fc- - 3 I Jtck-uu- NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, c welt-know- SHOES? They always Well, I should smile! headquarters for ibotvear. j a - Collcu cm lie sten nl CowHIr L)fii Morc, ami all rarliea Jeirifiu lo mnVe btj$ nn the ImiMInt IU do ho by (I.e'JOdi Uaj or u.t llie Jtiirieei tlie rteht to meet any and nit bi N. J NO. W. COWUILU Chairman Hoard Trustees. The !!.i!W am ffeiifi-ntions- u ls rer jy mi That bo lias w y ivj - 9 In ecr ennied, nnd nt P2ICES as LOW as tho LOWEST- t versntii-J.W.rOWCilM- ,, co rlftiui? voutiL' actress of the times. CiCVeOX. N1!,1. lh?and w'ill make her mark iti the npW"rt of l!llllltrllfl, VV ttnr.i tliouMtidt rufTtrlni from Antumt, Con Her return to Hloomtngton last euuijttlon. Conch. He. IHd you ercr Iry Achrr'a KnclUh ltrniodr? It Is tbo lcat week was in tbo nature of n triprrfurntloM Known tor nil Lung Troablrs, umph. Her success has been so tola oa iKksitivo ruftrftnUv t iwc, wa IIPI;linillloli iml Ki, i1IIR won tl S,CC". V '.ill and nco us before buving. Wc n;il make it to vour IntercaL ND THE NAME OF THIS HOUSE? JL as you mav be a stranger in "these parts,5 will tell vou old citizens know without beinir told, as its reputation, described as above, is town and country topic. Stranger, those few lines relate to the house of popular, and A Oct 3rd, 138a. ILF.0DiNicr4&e' Clothing and Gents Underwear Ho does not fear to compare prices with any one; and, in fact, his Stock ia complete In every Department. jNa- r- Call and examine his goods beforo buying elsewhere. ou i well-know- n, low-jricc- d fcs tofk wilt be H. M. 4- OVMnvorracc ' MAXWEIflf, IMvtng purchaei1 Mrs K. T Girdncr'a ock of Mookft, tfiatlonerVi Fancy entire (iondn. (Sec I will continue to keep on hiiiid, at the old Mum), a complete line of SCHOOL HOOKS, J. W.COWCILL Druuglst. dticcd to remain another week at Durley, where she will delight the Who will bo mobt happy to have you call and verify above statement. STATIOSEHY, XEW'SIWPERS. llAOAZ!SES,Sc IMTC 2SbV-i- i T2-mwftr- j. EAST SICEMASST St. n I promptly procured uion appliradon. (Jonie and ice inn c2l J. CUNT KLLISOX. Any of the abotc not in JNO. VI. MORRIS SOU, Prop's, TtrAXUXWOTUmsUB iwTIip LAD1KS j.U'ase.i with l)n'iiAX..N'H H.iiUV ..f XliW IUIHSH COOM anil "rnt 7 I hey (?... My thry.lot iiro all l.Milv uui ..l.l. nivjimi.m tui -- """" f"' t ...I..OH Moni"".lioni-orty-cvt- Mla AtUuixiii will niirnr . I;p- - for the i.iil to sec tliem iK'fure buying. Miss fin heuiitilul irpiiii, miiiMii-iu-.vi-- , hhuilcM. iloa Memvc-iUam-ago- t ' phis, returned homo altera jdeai(iut isit to Miss (irrio Julia Eugun, of . r , hlun iul bimr rilU'l in vry XX f x v Of Iho pood thlnrri of thb (any aUvoMon ol ilinuit l.unfn tr itici. 1Mb a Uviiftimiptiviti, lidlNiiiuiitittti il ftlODO oa mtuni oi I'jRiiriWft. flrm i ti i. ......... .i. t .ii. ... ( of tlio.Vow Yoik Ouuil iesi.rVcil uciitH nt Swiiyiio & CoV. ty Dfinocrucy, uml all tlio Tiun- mau leaders, sa that tho .Minor nlty light will help and not iuiurc i. a Mttr lnMcli ieiiornntve, to liriiif jMi Cleveland, The fact that liov. UHurt AifKcivry iruit,cr m 1IIII. ibiuiko Coicoiau, and the U'luru uf furche H. nn him ift aibt mw York or.ttors are sjieak lau j na van imij in'in o..r lklt;p9l1 ingln Indiana, cnilirm their coutb Iftctii Uittle of I Jr. 'iMVciMMniml 'U'lit-- of carping New Yotk. rM lor Cniiiumntiun. iinr-iiiifii- ,,, ;,ri,ll,n,,..lTll(,,.ri,i10l5ni,B,ll.. tho avr il;noxt, .,,.,.. e JSTAVOJ ggryygy,MI '' "KMUOXy XSSEdCVSLHO ""' V'tg?yyTCnBj CS3ESI Kfclti or Ten Aca of good Lindt BitiMteil in ttierorporaie liniiu or I lick man i part uf tho U. A Tjler tract Annly to octo IhV ODANIEb For gjalo! .05TID COBF UVUICV 3SEA.Ij. CS1: and Boilers. auglO-l- y OP Agents for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes J liMilUvo guarantro wwas:s l vo and wi d. W.COWtilLL, Mr. ltulil. wit ccnu, uy ;:.:" '.T 'i "" f :...!.. ivimi1 iv biwpjp iiciiiiuii u I'm i DnipglMt. lOc. at J. W.CgiU'a DruStuiv. , SjSC ;," i..i.i M- w i: a x i t 2TitOi H 'fSL n EEHlsaa tofeffia fci?rfie H "S rr WILL OKIXD MKAL FURNITURE, SATURDAY. c2a 3e2 J f URHITURE. & iSlSI Ti fiJtHJJ DEALCUS 6 ; ;i-5- - i'.i in, EVERTBODT I vi i !mdu Stoker wcio npirried (lie 0th iiifit. Ilendrix and Minn '!' hlricr in this Wai;i;ener otllciatlug. If t. eer it.: rntnl In-i So i inir the hue trom 1'atlucah Kr.XTrnvV rfiui, und withal consider ... tr. fn i iirnli'n .it.i.Ltilil nu imiuai . i iiiiii ntti'ij iiiiuinifiLi 1Rr ,....r nv nr (h:ntk bin-- ; -- yiiiy heavy vork In and a'eut better selection iu nuts i:i;aiy ro:t si.i: IxuiiiMatid'Hr.ADY Maiii: Mllliurii, and aNo,about Clinton. t;uTlliNu, Hoors, Siiors, Haim, From the vicinity or .Monro it ftxceedlnglv favorable. Mr. P. New Laces, . than wo have in thin Ntnv broideries, tho Hanulno of ,, building .. of..,.: Stock. Wtmetin telutt wrwyl tliat New Dress OooiIh, ' " ?, we will ,ellthe,e goods down at Now DreHH TiimmingH, OGW W and IWC ;Yth The Cotton HeYt at New Dress Styles Prints, itiMrtcion. woaMm.a,l.iMi.i)rtlliiittlifl neonle Xow I)reR Styles OiugluuiiH, hoadatiartcrrt for all kinds of Ituli-b- all along tho line from Paducali to New Wiaps, doo(U and Gum Coat, and NewdaeketH, Hickman are euthusiautiu for the keep the In-a- brands. New Woolen Hosiery, road. i'mit niTfi l.liV II ill) IttiVll f 1J 1U Vi 111 n it ii w r.ht tho in and about Ulokuian. encaeu In tiiaktu a recounofHauce for the lino of hia toad. Ho has been In Held - lrtQtlrt..-Ur- t ,l.(if niwrin Hf radMHh - Ulrkmmi Kiinnl ... .... Mvnrnl iIuvh- f Mm wroL' "- t.i.M l'CW -- orit Mit(ii: am) wi:t.i..si:u:cri:u muck r v" b58 ' The people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich. L.ittle hoys and girls are singing, little babies are smiling, and everybody is happy, all caused by the great TEPHBNS YLER, III oPEiriira op the ra orniiiire and Undertakers Booli IIIOliMAN. AUK WWreduced OFlTKiNOWe carry pricu about two neck, uew II ri'tGOODS, r,r. Iliek-biiitninf- Fall and Winter W V B &, KENTUCKY, "Witla. si f'uS our" - - .... 1 Dry &od, ElQtMsgs Boots Shoes, Eats, ItQ..s Which is offered to the people at really their own prices. GoodTILE NEW YORK STORE has come bye high prices! to stay, and Hickman will soon be on a BIG BOOM! $1S,000 stools, of all gradcavf I'laln, Medium ami Fine Farnltura nt greatly a fuU line, at all time, of CHAIRS EOCXEBS, V.UILES, 2W11EAUS, IVASllSTAXVS, WAR DEQUES, CllAUUnt SETS MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, ie , fit? im a trial uml he convinciJ Ami we guarantee our rnccs to be ilw lowwt Wc are head., inters on UNDERTAKERS GOODS, and ditvumii 0 coiupe enrrv a larpe line ot Wooden mid Metallic Uurhd Case. tbion in ihis lino. nnd Job tfoik u njwCially. rcJT lT ur IIEX aX - - iSJLjIH yn New Cotton Hosiery, 5 New Cotton Goods, The Young Mou'h UtiriHlIim Weunlre to nay to our rltUenn, llitfor New Flannels, Has a splendid stock of the very bet makes of all kinds of ITardwaie AHHociatiou will meet in tho Moth vrars wo haxc been wlUnir l)r King - New Now (htrnotM, lESJES-O- . which are oil'ercd at ONT PRICE, aud tbat tho very lowest the market lr. odUt cliuioh, Sunday (ifteinooii nt Vucovirx f'if Cuiiuinaiuo, Arnioi Kin' Now Oil Cloth, Subc New l.lfo' l'ill. Ihicklrn' juatittca. All genh guaranteed to be exactly a represented. :t o'clock, Everybody reHpcotful Now Towel, CLOTHING. onui you believe it, wo navo a nnl Klcouio JIUter mid hae hotit Como and seo our Domestics at' ly invited. Now Nnpkins, rciiifdif" llmi rell h well, or Out 7.T Suit W ,(Jt of 'lowels, with fancy worth 15.00 for $L00. 5c, and you will want 1000 yards (Mii'iiucli uiilvrrnAl aahnfactl li. Wo hur Now Table Linen, CO Suits worth 7.fi0 for $5.00. at th.it prico. Wo uio selling' bordeiR, at 5 cents each. am cs. lieilat i $CVP the CldMffn. They suJUn (r, notanJ v atnnJ RuaranUtto Ihrm ecry New Silkn and Satins, jvvvrv; pocUUjr llabla to 50 good Suits ut $3.50. 10aJomestics at 8o per yard. refund tho reatij thuo, m, TriTTTiTTJll4l New Custoui'Mado Shoes, .1 ust think I A cood Biiit for 3.5U. Coldfl, Coughs, Croup. Whooping Cough, ,HircbnMS pries, If iltpUatory rulu do iLllWli IUU )o( Acker KnglUh m ft,jow tl,ar Umj. Tlt.B remcillci Mf and the latest stylo NOVELTIES,- Hlg lot $12.50 Suits for 3.50. W iMut A big lot of C.dleoat 5e, woitbOe. He. It Krmedx ft ihwHWb cure. won tirtrcrft popularity pur7aiiv Our 5u Calicoes ate tbo best in at tho VKll V LO WEST PO& 75 spring Btylo wo Suits tor i!U. SHOES! SHOES! nuriu. StfU by J. W. CoHglll, UraggLw the market. SUILE PRICE. Fine Suits at big bargains. In this lino wo ofl'er big bargains: -- )o(J.V.COVniLIi9I)ruggi&t. $1 25 Shoes for $1 00 The cood neonlo of Clinton, LADIES, ATTENTION! PANTS. P.IIarvey.'of Lou. Ky., tho other day, sent to tlio J, ii 1 50 SONS. Lookl 200 pairs Pants nt 00c per Good fancy bordered handker Uvillo, will deliver an addrenH on starving people of dackson, MihS., it 2 00 1 50 chiefs at nil prices. pair. HIg bargain! Come quick! iK.t.M u t Sunday-Schoo- l u ti 2 00 wotlc, nt the 2 50 thiiteeu barrels of Hour and a Hod Spreada lrom 75c to $5.00. Good Pants nt $1.00 per pair. next. largo lot of other provisions. ii it 2 50 church, Thursday night 3 00 a tolecriim from Jacksonville Pants worth $2.00 for 81.25 Laces and Embroideries in nil vn (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) i it 3 75 Kverybody Invlded. 5 00 Hickman sent to tno yellow ioor jB rrtthor rough ou tho doctors.; Ono lot Pants worth $2.50, $3.00, ilcties at tho Now York Store. HUllerersouo hundred dollars in 'It says; "A negro never dies of )o( $1.00 nnd $5.00; come got them And so on. Picaso poudor oerl these juices a few minutes aud DKESS GOODS. UIIIJ1 - ' . Pourdifths iof the people '....!.- fovcr UIllpgB ,l0 cnIs ft lIoo. for $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and 1.00. SveCC & iH'tlintT uiinmii- at i notice tho amount of money you Come and seo our elegant stock of iunie tor." remmimiK in uionu aun-hctoed. ItUapoiiUlTocuriiforUIci'W.Krup. can save. tionflorSphUnicPoiwnin. itpurlfiestho aro negroes, but Kontuekians only CAN YOU SMILE f pretty Patterns, at low llgures. fljlUU UICiS fr Idro out and wholoBjstem, and banishes all Kheutnatlo 1G(!(i (0 know tbat fellow human Children's Shoes of all Mon'a Hnt aud each. of XTOWS Onol! 10 dozen aro good at 25o to get Hoys' and prices that will paralysso Our stock very Hats prices,Caps wo J'UST on:vi H. with new STOCK,solicited. out. Wnc, Wo guarantee it. heU rt.ioaablo. Tatronage uud NBuratglo pains. aresulVering.nnd tho whole Good kinds at low oiler at These Hats, and J.W.COWGILL, Druggist. you with astonishment. state responds. A big lot Corsets very low. onoyou will have to como quick. GOOD NEWC FOR ALL!! e'28 J. Amukuu'h Sons. Mrrll U I iti. c5e s.E3j.: lin-ill- nl EOOFIWG A SPECIALTY i ldor AMHERCS llap-tin- Hew Lively Stably IUCKHAN, D f 1 . KENTUCKY, . for Messrs. Howard Mimvcll, P. E. Case, K.M. tslerand It.S.Mur. roll went to Paducah last Kiiday to assiHtlu organizing a lodge of Knights of Pythias. l Fresh Supply Staple and Fancy Groceries SSaIi KIumiiu, li l r Teller, Clinpved lUnds, ('lillbjjilns, Corn-- , nnd all Skin Kruptlotifl, and It cuiva rilw, or no pay rrqulrod. UciMrnutfed to ulto porfvet Hitlitfuclion. TiichloiiH Arnlrii mi o. AXI Tiu I!j:st Hm.yk In tlio world for Cuin, A llIi;V U'll.li Jonos' ICIMI VITATIOV THAT CAM. AT KINGMAN & BOMAB. int iox. UruUo-- , horen, Ulcer-- , is, lliiisr; Eaznr, J or money rtiinuit'd glt. ror Mlo by J. W. CuvglM, Drug- - and examine the largo and elegant lino of HATS Just rocelvod from, UU 0IU va lk riety of velties in Kibb So, kind render, after you have carefully read this advertisement, which is given to you in good faith, we ask you to consider awhile, and if you want to save money, octoo-i- y THE OLI RELIABLE! iv- - Mr. Ed. Iloolin, formerly of which wo will always sell at the Hiokiuan, now of Presno, Cnlifor uia, sends tho Couiuuu a box of lowest market rates, California porsluiiuons aud Jl;s, AMIIIIUO'riSoNS. so28 J. Tho persimmons wore as large as r au oidiuary poach, Mr. IL is well Miss Maudo Atkinson will with his uew home. Mrs, iittliu Oity Hall next Mem. pleased is teaching music. Tun Hoehn day night. up-poa- Work of all kinds, Everything has boon donu to secure for her customers tho most choico aud select lino of goods in tho market. Nouo can fall to bo pleased. Walton is clerking In a dry goods Patronage solicited aud satlsfac-store- , NEXT well pleased uud doing well tlon guatautced, se21 llrds. WIiiuh ana ceatlters. Vou will lhul lu her store everything kept in tho lilllncry Hue. Also, a full line ot Goods for Fancy I COMB TO "SSr? Ir vwiy wr TCEXiES wii CHAS. A. UOLOOMBE, .m:Ai.r.it ""ii wri.. MVta. tat lm-vmi- i. I j3s ' - ST1X1T a jic ci DOOR TO 5 -- GOLDFASIB, Dae ra lues, wginbs, 4 rMNTs m mmm '&& : jm. :m; jm rjn is HICKHAW, KENTUCKY. jae; cn;a3 dss: jxbc j& isi9 "sr - II. M, MAXWELL'S, r uiMtracPTiOLVS i caui:kui.ly coMi'oUSiMfefa ! ;i H vc i." " t ing out of style as faalilon Why Labor Can Not Get Rich by IncreasNurprlslna; Story of cent) With such proof as tho following letter That Tell d Charlotte Corday, tho able residences, Ing C'ab-Jn- a ing Its Ilurdens. On cotton 1mic, clothing and wearing apthe r.tTeet ur TarltT Lvs. peasant girl of Xormnny, made from W IL Dean, of So, 2re8ovonUiatroeL . will, however, i.lways Sc parel of cotton, not enume rated, 40 per cent ad yew York, It U not newsanry to mako tho Jliq loftdor of tho HojmbUcnn n Perhaps tho most extraordinary feat-ur- o great history by ene desperate actt hfivn a olaco In Ainoricail valorem (13 and 40 per cent) Synopsis of llio Senate Sulistl-Inlhits nnnouncexl thut tho tariff AM coat's ronovs ' uanertion that Hlckcncd by tho snturnalla of tho Trctich of tho situation concornlng tho Hamburg edgings, embroideries or Inserting history, as thoy wire tho question la merely n question of whith- tariff llos in tho clroumstanco that few roolutton, and moved to desperation as Plastkhs euro luuibttgo. Mr. lKau snysi of cotton, 43 cents per pound, and 13 er eeut for (ho Mills 1IIII. iiiotpiomliint foaturoof Homo ten days a o I waa Uken with a! Robeplerro nnd Marat were lending tho er Amoricnn lnlxr shall rccolvo hifih Hoplo havo any idoa of Uio amount of flower IIeporband ad valorem (Id per cent) enumerate t, 8 3 10c (nowi'i our country's early wwlal very violent pam la tho small of my baric of Franca to ths guillotine, she dePlushes velvots, velveteen, and all pile fab or low WBffes, 1W per Pjund Iron between Nos. 10 andW '! will not," ho snul, its burden, even tariff reformers usual- termined that she would put an end lo i was so aovere that I could hardly i life. Tho plonocrs were fitrong.rnped, w lZlPf (now rics composed of cotton, 10 cent per f quare stop to nrguo tho question upon nny ly confining themselves to moro gen- Marat a bloody reign. Totnl Reduction Futlmatod by tho (now 1 l0c)t thinner that N breathe; ovcry movement caused great f healthy. Warner's Log Cnbln lough band Iron or yard and SO per cent, ad valorem (40 per centl (ProvldcU that Otfonr. I flnollv fiHitid nuttt wnslundintm. ''and finaiitimt1mi remedy Is a repro othor basis." Then takinp; oMosanchu eralities concerning it Wo know what Alurat had demanded two hundred thoua- - ...n, in a more tnan Commlttoo, $75,000,000. fciixnuM j n.AX, ntur AioltiTaT iImi t(A iti.n n.. llng entirely helpless, a friond sent to ftlduction of ono of tho best cf tho old Hemp, K0 per ton (tX ) setts ns tho most conspicuous oxumplo our military and naval establishments sand vkniras for the guillotine I the duty imposed on the hocpfr in which It is Ho proposed to kill oft th enemies of tho uruimipn nnu goi two allcock's i)kocs trao roots nnd herbs romeeRes, which Cables or cordage and twine, tneb d ng Mod-hmade. of tho benefits of protection to labor, cost, what wo pay for pensions, and Nails-C- ut msTKRi; these were Viclt warmed aud orslml twine, composed wholly ef mar-illwojk liverybody prniscs lo rer pouni (now IU' Sujar, $27,759,000; Fres List, $6,500,000; ho proceeded to compnro hor labor what wo appropriate for rivers and Revolution to make It perpetual! applied to my back, one hItovo the other, i t.ont grass, 14 cent perpounfcttW to 3H per pound) . ..nmi-- i, tini,. nails longer than iwro Inehei lnd Tluc J0; ' n Horrlblo thoimhtl two , Tobacco, $24,500,000; Alcohol In ths In half nn hour, to my great delight and I Tc per iound (now4c)i ltenone Manufactures of flax, hemp, lute, valued nt situation, not with that of Germany or harbors. Is always open to any It No wonder It fired tlu) blood of this liiihea, S,c (now 4c), Ilailwsl r r ilron an.d 5 conts per pound or less, 8 cents per pound (0 some othor high-tarirunirise, I found the pain began lo abate,, r Olher Re- UUWDQtlTWZWZZx Arts, $7,000,000; maldl SUPERIOR country, "but citizen, in or out of Congress, to object ' percent); valued ebovcacsnts psr pouad, 40 stcol, and made In part vt Iron and Iitnohourslwaa able to walk out audi . Gaining access to bis !' with that of "freo-trad- o England." In to tho amounts expended fdr any of ductlont In Ihs Cuttoms, flft pcrcont ad vslorem (M to 40 per cent.) toe rails and punchod iron u" KyL 1 1 1 quartets by n subterfuj, she found him la ntirnd to my business, tho pain being ah WlT ' Ilrown and bleaehM llnn cloth containing order to mako tho comparison as favor-abl- o theso purposes. Hut tho nmount which rail, T MOc per pound (now rsriin from II $8,000,000. U t etgono. Next day I was all right but his bath, even then Inexorable and giving' per ton to JllOe per pound not leas than 100 threads to ths square inch, 33 ns poss&blo to tho protection the- wo expend for tho support of certain ivrtlfim illntt1iM frt further kliintthlMr t J C ntlnued wrarinirthotdastertt furs sleik Railway flsh plate, leperpo dmowisei; percent ad valorem. Ho asked her ths names of ths lulmtoid On laces and cmbroldsrU of flax, nU and ory ho Ignored his own report as Sec- favored Industries in this country Is sheet iron or stol thinner than N 'A PW per n woman wno saw inn iirji tuaKO, i VTfff7LCjSUSBBBBBjTMss.vinTlA i t p n or tub mtu retary ol State, wherein h ahovved nn absolutely unkown quantity. Not deputies who had taken refuge in Caen. pound (now 50 por cent. adva.oretn spikes, cotton, not enumerated, to per cent, ad valorem slnoo then the men have attended to -- Tho SfinMo Finance WAniVGTo Htio told him, utkl he wrovi them down. 10e per pound (30 per cent) nuts, washers and horse she , a Li it sort nf lhlnty l )m only aro tho groat majority of intel that tho apparently larger pay in twJWSkMIWmJ.Jm . i "" "fk,t,ii iv.il fVmimllU'e't substitute furlbe MitU tariff bill (now tc) j cogged ingots, b.oomi and blanks for VJUWV On collars and cuffs for men wear composed Thnt l.s wolll Refore a week Is over was duo to It? superior cf ligent persons utterly ignorant of this they shall nil bo brought to i mtKHllr an ontlra revision of Urn tariff scheentirely of eatton, IS cents per dozen pieces and wheels, (nowKe). tho guiltoUnn " THX changed as Uperccst. &va:&rein, cvuipvdtu dules and tbs administrative feature of tbe flolonoy iw oonipured with tho pay and amount, but It frequently happens thu.i u or Thcctatsincatlnnof w!e.m At the words, Charlotte drew from her of all follows: A duty at present law, rropoJl the isimiosed tn part of linen, SO cents per dozen pln.es and S3 enlclency of labor In England, nnd of MOc per pv writers for tho press, whoftei special tosom.the knife, and pluugod It with su sneh features as in tbe oylatim uf tu majority on all slies not smaller than Kw a"J valued at ad valorem. crnatural force up to tbs hUt la the heart of tried to figure out tho benefiU of business it Is to treat theje questions, of Iht committee ought no! to br changed Tlit 3c or less per pound, and on iv or atetl, flat, lorccnt or cotton valued at not more than Ragging as For Stablflmen foLowfntfftjnopMcoiitAiut .ill the changes, protection from rv Juggling contrast of proceod upon an entirely false basis in Marat Stockmen, with ribs for fencing, value J st So or less. On 8 centa per pound, Ii cent per ruud (W. "Come to mo, my dear friend, como te present la, tbe retrsby the compared with the wrs the duty i re(0rth0tfrmtrh Oilcloth for floors, 10 cents per aquansjard tho savings-bankallsliesof Iron and returns. estimating it. iHtmmtrmbh Ailment .JM?n'f,l,"a raiaaauTnr sividt xioir4 roa sous law bolnj jlvcn la nirerdkcset, ltb duced o per pound, steel mo," cried Marat, and expired uuder ths Is smaller i re It nnd lre(cf(e aud 13 per cvnU ad valorem (40 per cent) f Now It happens that Mr. Carroll I). Tho customs duties collected In tho blow! (except when the article is not cnu. than Na C, where theexecjt u unchanged. It Is AMD CaTTLS tUSSi.lt duty aub. ecncDCLE n wood and woobk ru rated In existing law), Wright, tho highest Mnssnchuectt au- year ending Juno 30, 1 687, amounted in faHMil JfeweJUI In the Corcoran gallery at Washington la wore than lOo also provided that wire vnlurJ cents The schedule is re enacted entire, with the i;fRrt'e The following are the additions to the free a pound shall pay a duty of n t Jess than 45 per thority on labor statistics, investigated to 21 1,000,000. Hut this docs not In a famous ulntlng of Cliarlotte, represented following additions! Cnts.qwelllncs, Rrulsas, Sprains, Calls. , Jyenl in nil j51iMer -th AtQtnnth ami diwd or utd uM. II try in, cent, ad valorem. Hit t Acorns r aa behind the prison bars the day before Htralns. Ikmnnais, Sllffnass, Crakd Sawed boards, planks, deal ard blocks or this very quwtlon of tho effects of tho any way monsuro the cost which tho 4l((l'""turod. Itees sulphate of. or btrytcsunmvmin lUsU, Scralcltvs. Cnntnsellans, rlssh Files between 0 and 14 InchM, II t)perdoien; VT posts of mahognny, rosewood, sstlnwood, lnwan Writ 11. 1). Tnsl flock and pamphlets, pnntM exclusivtariff on wages in Maannchusett in nation incurs in supporting Its pro ber execution Wounds, HtttUKhalt. Sor lliroat, over 14 Inches, ti (now 91 SO snd U It Is a thrilling, sad picture, full of sorrow or olher cabinet wood, 13 per cent nd ely In lanuarca olbcr than KnglMi, llranls, lUtrnnr. CMle. Mliltlntr, Toll 1883, and ns Chief of the Massachu- tooted Industries. In steel Ingot, blooms In Habs bands, saw frandilla onanf tbnstoinath. when stwy'wDf It eloes not, iodeed for her suffering counlry,aud of unconquerl.vll, f IituU, Tutpnrs Splints etc., for ornamenting hats. plates, plates, shafts, mold) at d nuttngs, the valorem. plan flit, laces, rcjcctcl I hate wvcV iiwi?, (linger ale, beer, lemonade, soda water and setts Rureau of Labor embodied in hts form any part of thAt cost Thcia able hate for her country's cnomloi. and Kvln In It rarly atitfea. ItrHUci, nw or manufactured, Ilulb or bulbous classincallon which now ber at values of 4c ClMAStM. I.coftOJ'VVrt flVlllSj Apply Jareb Oil In areordaqca : : Wluta lesson in this traclo tnryl Two of trie very rootsnot edible, Chlckory root, raw. dried or per pound, with duties rangirt from45ier cent, other aerated waters In rlatn green or colored J14,000,000-- If, report for 1884 a series of elabornfo iwm ihm pnjcuin cx for tho sake of simwhU the directions wllU bottle. assist him In rarryliif through his put" IfY' bund i rJ, nmlrlcd, but unprouniL Goal stuck or cu m. ad valorem to 3Uc per pound is carried on down molded or pressed glass bottles contalngnot tnbles showing tho wages paid In plicity in tho argument, wo Ignore tho plo would nay, five hundred thousand pw. more lhan V pint, S3 cents per dozen; contain rccoivryi end i Our Owl tar, crude Curling stono handle Marat htvo saenflced to his un pound, and the to values of one per cent value Mi tho atcrstsree of rhlhUU.(ltutrinK dtnen (but ninety different Industries during nine ojctstonce of n surplus are expended for holv pisslon of power I runt. Zunte or other dried, Dandelion roots, following rates are propoHrr Valued at one Ing more than pint rY cents peron llnAtrlortdrrh. llntiIa. a J U wntrrv. ThaCharUsA, VoUr C,llltfi., M4. the not different periods from 1860 to IcSO. tho goncral purpose of the Govoni-meraw, dried or undried, but unground Eggs and cent per pound or less, five Itsths of one cent no separate duty shall be aseed V'esptikfrom ciperiepre vhettwo say thai Methods uroquttoas murderous nnd ties); If Imported otherwle lhan In plain green yolk. Feathers and downs of all kind, crudo per pound between one cent and one and bothaafeond nitii-timi-a. thelMrcitfAMlnsal'M as men. and thoy uurabcr tholr They ha o to bo collected someor eolored, molded or pressed glass bottlosor In 16C0 wo woro working under tho low for man if it L.. ttrn tn thn matkfet show tbaS andunrnflnufacluiTiL Jute. Juto butts. cent six tenths of nascent per pound i In such bottles containing more than Pi pint tariff of 18 IG; In 1880 under tho hiluqt how, and whether oufctdma duties aro victims by tho mtlllous. y.ra,nniih largely Incrvaslnruh4 nttntdui DYttPKFSIA. rOR Uimlc &iM cnu, Sunn. All oVr fanny &tbemhavfnuiid Hkervolta rent and one and each, 30 cents por gallon (W percent.), and la tween one and Is full of murders by Thtiimgoof ATT AU. tTOMACS TSOffSLM SSCK ASl " textile Brasses or fibrous, eubttane-cs- , unmanu tariff wo over had. Yet here iryint tho best way or not Is n question of authority ami history of one cent per eight The thridtan rltort. A'.r. ttsittiius aw StMk BtatHft, el. lu use. Medlrmsi Kew! I Istrsnux. llsisr?, by mistaken Ideas I lu the tne lured o undressed. Fro- - matting, known pound,tenths cent eirtir tcthi tenths cent and the last cave Dm bott1s or other coverings shall Mr. Wright's table show nbouY s r 4IIM OvltMtsllM. VsUsms ftftOT between one and Cght general fluent policy. It Is true thftt practice of medicine alone how many be assessed as If empty, a Chinese matting. Oreao nnl oils such ai is SU UhM s4 lMrSt ISO, siW Kisltf hkhlsslinplynididestraetrrumseryamtH 11 one cent par two and 4 ut U nnd wngosin ten leading IndustirTfuiMi and Htir irmwili itf vrhrat. Is lineicY-llcdprotoctlvo dutlos are apt to boar moro a- -i of millions havo boeu allowed to die commonly mod tu ojp making or mine CKt?rt2 c rnovwoxa. ud lutre :rc u ,; Ay ssi7 en Dtarrmo preparatlod vr I t'Uy the rlrtNiMHU wJ At drawing, etc. Hiimitn hn(r. raw, uncirar.ed nnd cents, one nnd tTrs ssi cent per pound, betries of Massachusetts In 18C0 a com- heavily on tho poor than on tho rich, and as many mora kilW by unjusUiUblo Animals alive Horses and mules, f?0 a bead MW for laralhtf, for the anul, and for th fxj msU (5 N4M l Oj) 4a waters, not specially cnu not drawn. Mineral enow W per cent ad valorem)! cattle more than 1, tween three cents wed four cents one and six pared with 1830: unless chloily confined to articles of btgt.ttry nndby butiRlingi fireUyjwalsieip merated Moiastcs, testing not abve flfty-slIs bettering. Men and meth1 Mrxnt ALU a Ilut cent per pound, between four cent and ona year old, Ii per head (now xO per cent ad ist u has lrii before the jmbbdtl liHUBsrs.Wi, luxury; It Is true, also, that thoy aro ods urothe npo lHCCHARlKSA.V0IIlltCO. a decrees. Olive oL for manufacturing or mo. tenths cents, two cents rer pound: between for many year, and Is no valorem) ; hogs and sheep. We (uot at per cent Improving. A few years ago It was Vut oil, or till taniUrd preparation. Hie ns ran IV ms doubt lhanlral purpose a ts, seven cents and ten cents, two and open to tho objection of being difficult worth ad valorem). profcssunal hfo to let en 1NDUSTRT. lihattbbUduetolt.untrorinlrsupvrKjroualltr, ?S Otura, crj Jo or unmanufactured, fur smoieirui. J to alter without disturbance tp Indus- permit ones use of a proprietary advise or Roans per bashet -- o (now 13 per cent, nd va medicine, tho cents per pound. ttwcen ten cents and land thu euceesjfiu reaultai'btaJiied vrllh ttbl I'otash, cruda carbonate. Potash, caustic or thirteen cents, three ad ' all casos where a rreprrd fK?d Ii r"iuUvd- cents per lorem) Reans, peas and mushroom, prepared thero an not two physicians in uny try and trndo, which is a serious hydrate. Potash, nitrate of. or saltpeter. Pot MJsjihirtfrtne Aftr.HJ 'on,A(J. 9 pound; above thirteen cents, 43 per cent, ad or preserved, sic per gallon (nowftlptrcent ad , country who dj nut regularA oh, sulphato of, IV t ash, chlorate of. Rags all alorem. to a tax; but theso points have town in this somo I WO 10 10 per cent 1810 V. Vjtnitrw Mott, UU I ton,MauMTni alorem). Cabbages, to each (now form of proprietary rem 3 fii n 111.42 nothing lo do at leant directly with ly prescribo not enumerated, llomp Roots and shoes Miraooisx. Nsw lurk - Ulwre s tiumv ecf. Rape seed. Chicory root burnt or roasted. ad valorem) Cross-cu- t saws, cents per linear foot; mill 0) 3 87 tl l,u edyt rous HMlatnatarf rQuhnunted.andallba Carpets Sponges. 8 nd. Tar and piuh of wood. WX-- V' le per pound (now t , ground or granulated In no in ing saw s not over nine Inches ide, 8 pit and drag w s si u sea tho question wo aro now considering, itmrndticrenU. 'rue lurKiilal.(IUA!it u,' in II H Warner, f.imed alt over the world tin". rolls or wtherwtse prepared, USc. Oocoa butter Cottons o 13 cents (now s, .41 6.W T 37 my lands, weina to b all that Is cLslrno.! for It, over nine Fresh fish romnln on the free list, but with cents; 15 cents) Inches wide has bnuirht me la rtlronltt und oreoeoabuttenne 3Wo (now SO per cent). V a ft) H 11. T7 vlz.i How much Is tho country paying as tho disooveror of Warners safe cur, 10 nnd the following Important rcenntion 'Kxcept I nd ) 10.(1 CO 0.R3 dclloa root and acorn, prepared, and other artiUMsibr4ltJ speeisl lTvtertlas) arevery tea tot-I- n encourage tho protected Industries! began huutingup the old remedies of the leather l(now. f 4e).OM copto Copper ore me per poun rfflca 33 Infantum 4liaasea It las tTOed ? tf 4 M vhufroroaor picked In Ice or other lie, Cabin days t ufter long and i client I nens and lutes..., , per for rcmanufjcturo ani composition metal cles used as coffee or substitute not specially Is tho money which net or roaches It S IT 30 !i! 8.M clous, and I always Oirn.1 lis use vrneuaonus Paper ly any process for preservation." Fish lVetnow8 Copper p'ats. Ingots and other vuuuieratrd, IHc per round (now fl. aucceodod In securing some of the ho cn U be nir wayied " Mlks ii fl.to Hi; tv s.li the Treasury, but Is paid out by con most valuable, among fanily rexrda, und rmcred by ibis except on arc clnted with forms not enumerated ? bow 4c), Kxtract of meat all not specially provided TO S.56 The lirre untold tnoiranas or laranf a nave Worsteds f oiber fori'tffn caught preacrved fish at sumers In tho high prices of domostlo caUexHhcji Warner s Cabin remedies 4$ 7 43l tt, a, 13 JurtaUr Onsst?M,att rarrful Avcrsge all goods . . tenaatrd ryloud In ihetr prat of thlawcll Table and ether knlvesTalued at net mom for, 35o per iound (now 30 percent, ad valoIn the prcacnt law rent a pounJ, rem) , fluid extract of meat, 15e per pound (no mot hers aro than cne dollar pr doz? n COo per dnxen; tho aimpUs preparations of runts, leu ve, articles, that constitutes the ox pen so UTicso figuros show that th only known food and pbamaeutj cap mis. y r SO MIItDVLB AND NANCrACTCnES Or ercent ai valorem). cue and three do lars, boe; between which were th9 in end it -- J material incroaso of wages foLwlng of protection. Though it would bo txilsarus and herbs of our tfraudmoth-ers- . Fruits Grapes lo a pound. (nowCOpercout) eight three and eight do11r tl more . .ImCiffcm. aundbra (Thn classification o! wool tlial of ths pres dollar' f3, and noon all WpT cent, than an Incrcoso of tho tariff was in cottons, impossible to estimuto tho nmount of ad valorem Oranges, lemons or limes, lu packages of ca vl iMrcpiAt. tlnMH U bUhly rpcummendeO old fashtoucd ear Thee atmwc, nt law FO . L d valorem); pen pactty of IV cubio foot or less, 10c per package, additional (now 35 pr this tax with any degreo of accuracy, a spirilla, irerinpnv 'tans, and man families btfi bmbti, anJ and that p hops attributable to Cuuh Wools of iho first nnd icond class and all knhes, knife blads, orazors 30o per dozen demons now ICo and orange lOo a twx ex beartnfl ia nytolta raluUIity forthepnrpfect bnlrof the alpaca coat and other like animals, bladea and S3 pr cent, ad valorem (now W per ceedlng 1U and not exceeding J'4 cubio feet, organization on the part of cloar recognition of its nature ts suff- and consumption and other remedies lure far bi li l rrw nbed J bn Vm X Kms. Sjw vyik4are the af etits f cr Ifitt 11 cent per pound (I'HoSOc.) Wools of the COo (lemons now 30o orungrs COci popular chord jnry Ii excecdingx1 valorem). tho mill hand. As for tho other nine icient to show that the aggregate must struck a dem.md all overand aro in Ttieyy latfeM by ail UrjirnisU. jJUi- --jtu r third class, exceeding In va'uc tels cnl per cent an loaf tho Und. and rot exceeding 3 cubic feet, 4ta (now t6o per GoM f I 5a t: ier package now(now ac). industries wages actually foil In seven be stupendous. Ict u take a tinglo am not tho untried uud imaginary remexllcs pound, cetits pr jtound, (It TopsluUnff and has ivnnanentlycurekl TrtotAM It barrel), exceeding 5 cubic feet for every add! Hollow wire Se a pcrd Lead all other aitc. composed holly or u prt of sheets, of i --- pronoun od lv denier part thereof (e ;in bulk of them, and n average Increase of Item, that of steel rails; the simplicity of soma dtbstor chemist tutrntuu making pipes and sheet 2 o er pound (now tlonol foot or fractional CO wool or worsted, llcrnts per pound. All wools 3c); lew. If oa Laepreinnnt'r.n itmp per cent ad vivlorom, 1160 per I,fisl (unw 100 per cent. In tho rate of duties was and uniformity of this article rendermoney, but llio prtneiples of the bne loadlrg shotcuns Uifli ultv f and hair vt tic alpaca, goat or other anlmils, b tn- - atih aa ( tich lemons ti per 1,(XA orange ft CO per 103) whu.-t- i r ad valorem 110 each ard for generations kept cur ing comparison of prices and quanti t uo 1'rn.i h'chlivo lren rdianccd by nn process of A5 percent! K tk per v per pound (now(now Ginger or ginger root preerved In sugar or followed by a decreaso of 73 centa in uio Ai , dniri de iv I5c). lore ancestor In perfect health, put forth for tho manufacture beyond the washed or scouretl Mini Vis s ( t ur. oh otherwise, and cilron preserved orcandio-l- , 4e the average weekly wages of the whole ties comparatively cany and reliable. matte 10 not otherwise enumerated or prorided for Nickel (now 10 per(now I5t alQuicksilver 6c per per pound row 35 per cent ad valorem) Or IrugtUU ta (3ikiA. PliH world as aphilanlhrop Tho "Statistical Abstract" of tho over thoiiuuianity eiyono who is Known all tmu liatolr jremL ten. pound cent ad lover Iti this act, shall bo subject H the sonndulip nge peel nnd lesica pe;t preserved or can United States for 1387 gives the follow-In- g of his f'llow man,"tvhne How much more of tho wage earnns are fmposetl upon m mufacturrs of woil not Bo Wood screw more than tfolncbos In length. died, So per pound. is u guaran per one figures of Importation nnd of homo let) of th- -t hii;he-i- t ataadant of oxcoUonca epcelally enuniTatcd or provided for In this (now CopoundPc between Inrh and two Inches, ?c Fish Maekeret p'ckled or saltd, lo pr er's pay was absorbed In tho increased TiieGreatLiveran-lSloinacand half and less. Ho (now Remgdy DC. Woolen cloths, shatv'a and all ma nu facTho preparalsona are of iKxided and last (now t2prbarrelt; herrings, pickled or peiund cost of articles consumed by him It is production of steel rails for tho I2ck Cut tack, brads an I sprigs notrxreod-Inte its of wool not cnunicr-U- d valued at not sailed &o (now II per barrel) t salmon, pickled. u known influence ovc disease, uud as In the fa P i rlersNr laesr sixteen ounces to the thousand, Seper difficult to compute with ncjracy. twelvo months covered by it Importaexceeding 0 cents p?r pound. Si cents per ti t Hi I Ic per pound (now IV per barrel) i other f.sh hands of our grandmothers they raised up ir. fjtj e e f Si it r l(ft pound, nnd in addltf jn thereto 2i per cent ad thousand (nowSct. exeeediig sixteen "ounces pickled. In barrels le a pound (now fS a bar. Rut if he studies Mr. Wright's table tion (forbear ending Juno !10, lt87), tho sick, cm red the Lime, and bound up tho ',..f I n ' tu rt ' h o.rt , Yntorcm, (VL cents t!t!a 35 nnd 40 per cent) SUe per thousand now Set 77,000 tons; homo production (year wound of death, so In their new form but ' o s. i re!) i with nn eyo to tho low wno paid in i .eta i ai uifia I per pound now 00 per cent. Typometat A bore 40 cents and not excedlnc CO cents per U ai ex i ' i Cars or packages made of tin or other ma protected Germany as compared with ending December 31, 1835), 1,579,000 ohlea ower a Log Cabin roracdlea, thev new tyie, S3 per cent, ad pound, B centa pr pound and 40 per cent, ad ad va'cretci tcrlal containing fish of any kind admitted free low tariff England, ho will plainly see ton. Tho duty on stool rails was are sum lo prove th "healing of tho vn'orcm fttand 40centsand.tSand40per cent.) valorem i t Ivrtiraa deraupea Ihi wlitilo ay of duty under any existing law or treaty, ex per pound (now Zinc boek or pig, " ,; tcm nuil IttlMTAI't I'll - MwA r rr. aiaf,(n a u u AlKtto CO cents per pound, 0 cents per pound aiirti ceodiur one quart, Pe for each additional k ka.M.ejh-,,k1- r that labor can not get rich by Increas- (and ts) 17 ior ton, so that tho cus(nowiHe). l'Jel xlnc for remanufaetcre I f Omlay did theworM an Incalculable aery and 40 per rent, nd valorem Flannels, toms rtvonuo from this nrtiolo was It Is provided that artlr m not specially quart or fractional part in addition to tha presing the taxes that labor has to fay. bals. etc , mined at abore CI cnts per f tr.a bigulol nnd ic? in ndlmg i'rano enamerattl madu from sheet iron or steet ent rate. l,otV9,C"JV. as a inasmuch about f SL Louis rost' Dispatch, pttund Wcrnls per pound nnd 10 irccnt ad Hops lOeapound W murderoua Marat, just as this man Is doing Djipr psla, Fevers, Kidney Diacaaos, m'orom (i cnts and 35 per cent, and 35 shall pay a duty ro lower thsn that Imposed on quantity of foreign rails wai humanity a tornee by rolntroduoing to the Macaront vermaeel and other similar prep Bilious Colic, Mftlaila, etc . It cents and 40 per cnt ) Women's and chil- the material from which they are made. !! tt lfi..r as r Coper ound. rations lmportod, upon which It was possiblo world tht simpler and better methods cf In 1' 1111 )irmure regular Imlill nf st f 'tt-- Ote t NOTES AND COMMENTS, i e I Miitt ut i it t scuencLnr todcco ncAiu, etc. dren's dress Roods, Itallsn cloths, ete , Milk, preserved or condensed, 3o per pound t urt- a. i t irasiwrsi ImmI, und kmiI tjlg;luu, nlllxiHf to pay the duty nnd still to sell them our ancestors. cigarettes and cheroots, ti.3) per (CO per cent ). tnido pnrt of wool nnd valaed at sot as whit It, imi osio ran euloy Ominous Rurchard's Ticket lienliti. l,r"Vet " ' '? f pound (now 13 SO) if any portion of any to15 cents per square yard, 8 cents t tTpief In competition with domestic rails, it ralt.t 4 Spices, ground or powdered, not specially I Jk.l HV i he l reiLifa iiau nt so that a woman Peres are) duty persq'iare yard, 40 cent ad vAlwrem t5 bacco iXi parted In any pncka;e or in bulk shall provided for, 4c per pound (3) r art h n H J lnt ts plain that the price here must havo past thiity oan tell free,date of her birth or iWS' -the be suitable for wrappers, the r a tire quantity of ISON AXD MO 1 c nts itod per ernt), eontatnln; an admix Irl4 4r4 If f lfc" a,,1SeS. in l(rti'Urr n , Filterts and walnuts So per pound (3). Nuts r been somothlng liko!7 higher than out, just as she pleases. i. lha fi H.tfaMol ifi i turc of kllU nnd In wh ch (Ilk Is not tho cutiipo-taei-.t tobacco ccnUlnod In such imiortatlon shall be not enumerated H0(C g it $ r rrviiaK ", Mainf.r imI1mwl.cftt t" a dutiable. If not stemmed, at "5c per pound; If should have had to pay for foreign material of chief talue. and not otherwise S imi seneatifa W Peas in bulk, barrels or sacks, 10c bushel (CO ! Tho throo It's onco moro! V. r. wo Mrs. HAfDs-O- h. stemmed, at tl pr pound. It la easr provided, 11 cents per squaro yard, and In ti?t laM faxtnr ImumikIid (HiM K l 't'j W percent ); split peas COo bushel (a) percent). rails in tho absence of tho duty. say "dim l lott theiu Ikoowt rw the F'BtM I a la f ifc)rhitt Leaf Lbacco. all other than that suitable for peas In eirtons, papers cr small packages, ,ae read trash," but how Star. thereto 40 per centum ad valorem (5 cents A iMHrfMiri i I IVfKti At u Reckoning tho ejcceM at only (1 doyen know wrappers, unmanufactured ar t not stemmed, to put Into - - A - ,5, t Bl h aUO and 35 per cnt and 7 cents and 4J per cent , fmmm S d iur addrra ou a postal rant tA i per pound (CO per cent) Tho Republican party l only however and a comparison of HritUh iqo nanus milust what booksl ou certainly SO centa per pound twlbtr VWh your ffinsi 35). ) Provided that ull goods of stemmed t centa (now to rn'ue hntH"II VSfT'ef m i'is.i.h iii rr Rico, cleaned, leper pound (CUeJ uncleaned Trentou, a Si .,wf lb ono of reminiscence. It is bohind the haena more time than Lyt you always Tw Mm Thohx iwni'l you sain plea ami c4r-r- da f all the character enumerated or desenbed In this KnKUUIE D r.ARTHKtWAHE CtUSSWARE. nmmi'4 rdvr and meal v,c pound (lVc ou rice and rice lkMi1n and American price erurrent for Ihn aeemtoknowpiactly Ue rlgbt thing tod? J they will parjrij, clcthy: CTCT fiur Oi.i.vr tr Common Irown esrtheuwsrc, 1 percent ad CO per cent flour respectively); broken rice c ago. It llvo to retard tho progress year shows that this is well within the Kkixxd Well, Karah, tn tnta InsUnco, I IMI UillU S., u of the llurk Tlwrn Keicii)g H it ft .. . . . t . square yard, shall par a duty of 4) cents per valorem (now S5 percent ad ralfam); china, pound (IWe). N 113 w t n ) s IW ImI raat and growth of tho tountry by keoping mark wo have In this slnglo Item a crt my InforaiaUuu from lktnortr$ tl in tle world w Ioundan140pcrcent. ad valorem (Scents and porcelain, prlsn and bisque, iti i 'Ja f r It er cent, ad Castor beans 35c bushel (31)). tiki Monthly Aiverina ll.ay are now pjbtlsk In narrow channels. Cltvcland Plain a ' It lts 4) per cent.) Woman's and children's dress valorem (now W per cent ai imiukI cm); plain Starch Ce per pound (Cc). bounty or about ? --'I.OuV.uoo paid In a liiff aonie capital arttnles on the subject ef AS 11 H roods, Italian c'o'hs ond composed wholly of white, V) per cent ad valorem (net 33 per cent Dealer. ' a v aI Vegetables of all kinds preserved, Inoludlng II MUadtne for Vr nperlor lo Any Otlir r.,? single year to tho sto! rail tnanufacN apeak of It, I ll!rie.M aad nw that ou wool, lie per square yard and 4Q per cent, ad 33 por cent (30 and 35). nd va orem). pickles and sauces, will let yeu Ints a IttUi Tho absoluto duty of limiting urcs alone. v e consider the Iek TMrn is far Something over a vslorem rioe nnd'5 percent) All such jftxnK AH other earthen, stone, or ro kery ware, secret. Yen always say that I am so well hCiiEDirtj; a cnrwiCAiA tho raU of tariff chargos to the neow-titlo- s with selv j,es made wholly or la part of other white, glazed or edged, and other aanufactnre has been paid into tho upon the matUers uf the day, and I realty a rior to any other barb wire wo havo 147 derree. 14c per Ac'ds Acetic below rnnterlnls, nnd atlsucb roods In which threads aeon, and think any Urn's of a frugal and economical ad- Treasury for tho expenses of tho think I am; yet the fact la I only coiiiKedof earthy or mineral i hstanee. W pound; above 147 degrees, 4o per pound (now Ce made wholly or In part of ovher material hare percent ad valorem (now eSpernt ad valo- ing at it woeM cbio to the satmcou t read ujy way arinei but wnsa 1 hare la. ministration of tho Government souro and lOo respectively). lioracle. Be per pound 1 for the liven Introduce Government; twenty times as lshed It, Iknaw sratty much what is rolne i. stea purpose of chaag Y AT Usmkih lUnkm Ky. rem) , tiles and brick, other than f re brick, or(now 10). Chromic, lOe (now l5o) Tannic, Ox te be perfectly plulm President Ctevt-In Un classification for duty, lie per namented or glazed, and eceanstlc 43 per cent much has been given away to the sloel on. In lm4rrV thy tie seem to OOYr thl (now Ji). Aleoholie perfumery, t2 ier gallon round on all subjects that eaok rnemor iqaaro jard 40 pr centum alvalorem (e and ad valorem (now ranging from to per fond s Letter of AcotpUnet. rnt ad and C3c ad valorem (now to por gallon and 30 rail men, and has entered Into the cost of my la Interested in. Why! John 40 per cant) Provided, that a'l such good valorem to 23 pr cent ad valorem), fire brick, percent ) Alizarine assistant 3c pr pound It Is said that the loading Re- of our rallwas, to ho a pvrmancnt Is sa anxloua each month fer It to arrtve at OUR 14 w rlhJnir over four ounces per square yard shall not glazed or decorated f LtS a tea (now so per (now C3 per cent) Ammonia, carbonate. Uc piy a duty of 40c per pound and 4) per fr.nL ad cent) , glazed or decorated, 46 per cent ad va per pound (now IX) per cent), muriute of, publicans in Now York aro bottirg charge on farmers and merchants and I am. Clothing ready mado not rnumer Yiilorrm lorem (new class). heavily on llnrrltton. This ' means the community generally. Xatioru Aey Tnx most effecttvo sort of joint discus lie (now 10 per cent.); sulphate of, raend la e re ad I a a ate.V all ds made cc knitting frames and all Gas retorts, f3 each (new class CO atcn Is the Mud that la conducted larrcly per cent) Rlue vltrtoL Co per that various csthualastio Democrats (now Mlad waadvrlat enrd pile fabrics, composed wholly or In part of In the gloss schedule the class Sratlon of cylCamphor, refined, 4c will bo richer Mpklna' MkMi pound (now tc). with tho elbow joint Political Issue. The woo', juaduup cr menufactxred wholly or In inder and crown, polished. 10 ty 13 inches Is niter the result is anVhftIy Hallka arltArtal tjilrmi, In pirt,40c psrpouolanJ 45 per cent, ad valorem consolidated with that of 10 by 21 tnche at 4 (now Sc.) Hydraulic cement por packages, PAYABLE riiil,Mbfl Sir ftaareme nrt cent ad nounced. Atlanta Constitution. Hy crying frco trade tho Republicans 6cper lW, tnbulk, Tc (now CO Mart at the Starting Tnlns, HOud35por cent,) Cloaks, dolmans, Jsckets. cents per square foot Tho gemral classificaflrnl arfMraaltlaarrtMtnilrMffl. Chalk, prepared, preWo still hear from Thur rutin oc- hoped to create n ntampede, and, In Dyspepaia, In ft C4o of nervousness which tc , oictpl knUwils fcomK)sea wnollyorln tion of glass Is greatly changed but, with the valorem In each case) wiii.' a piermrAinWm. e,iuaMW, aasa pVr pound ta rvfbtvu9iy due to n mental cause or cipitated, French and rod, pi.lo? wool, mad up wholly or In part) i3e exception of the following provisions, the du- to per cent) Chloroform, lo ovuim enow (now casionally, but Levi 1. Morton has not l!yH), carry tho election In n panic. . SirMlflir 1 tfca jpr at 8 our improved dub Ssfom, . tor). organic malady Ordinary nerv wr pound aj.d 45 jtcr cent ad ralor-' IU rik (15c and Hklrr,. J4m4. ties remain as in existing? lawj OibaH, oxide. 40o (now W) per ont ) Collodion, had a word to say sinco ho withdrew 10 4 it lMHere Tw Instead, they find that tho purioofl nuaoasa can not i ovcreximo by sedatives man 4i jor nt ) Krd'ess blts or felt for paper or Rifl . l 4 mr srti tH Vi II pAsv iriTj Ir( x lAizrit xi:rasAtv green, and eelerrd, raoldelor pressed BOo (now Men Collodion In sheets, to Plain rJuW They may platte, but ran not cure It. c (fOo), f.a M triiiiTiii rtrsi rruillug mhtne. I itfia, WaIiLqui. DrlsnU, ftsfltferd, A roinl and 80per and plain flint ond pme g19 rVf teldlng CoIlMlion In tinlshod or partly tlnltbed articles, from tho directory of the Canadian Pa- of tho Dumocntllu party aro embodied oiiuiuiaia uigcsuon wun Jiusyncr a nwm tent -l aWem iH and 5 per cent. ) cific and shaved off his English in a carefully drawn bill, a bill which ach Hitters and relief aeon fellow v Uso IUfrleOf CvOiiaWfUl Attarf not less than one pint and demtjoens aid 40c per pound and C5 per cent (now n)o and S3 TheDUrKUn'OUlUEts Una !mI, ItelUbfe .ItfirNT ANTIIM la cnrmu.EK-srGAn, and other plain molded or pnsej green per cent) Etilphurlo ether and spirits of nithis Ienipn remedy also In malarial disease, whiskers. St. Louis Vost'Dispatcu I)( mocraU VTrU aro ablo and willing to hphw M fall parUfalar. Issued March and Hep!., All ii3r not abovo thirteen Dutca standard bihousneaa, ronatlpaUoQ, rheumatism, kidand colored and flint or lime c';im ware, not trous ether, 9)o (now oOo and 3e). Rutyiio A little wh'c and a little coon, each year. It Is an eucy a bill such as Grant and Garfield ney complaint. NAFGELE WATCH JEWELRY CO. Inm'or 1nk lottoms syrups of enne jnlce specially enumerated or provide f r in this ether and other fruit ethers and oils, f V5 jkt of useful Inlor A little Chinese served too soon, or f e i ce ruclada, concentrated mclada, and Arthur urged Congrdi to pass, net, one cent per pound. Plain rree n and col naiMlri mt I lab Bfftvra ! tUta WaUhes A little lie and a little dirt, pound (now tCSO per pound and 14 an ounewj. for alt who pur- 20 NovtTH Otm St Phiiaoclhmia frcn - 'i rorcentrnted molnie testing by rred molded or pressed, and y aia flint ond Ucenumerated ether, 73? (now 11). Extracts of Quits a paradox that la a land of the nnd which can bo understood oven by A little Rlalne and a bloody shirt, ohaae tho luiurles or th m. Vail tkT f polnrinnt alove 5deg, per round lime pint bottles and vials hoi "n; t than logwood and otherdyowond,eitracts cf sumac, many Of life. We free A little whisky free of tax. men llttlo informed concerning publlo bonds. so JVdnieic'tf Americans should Covet f iiw luivn no ior every addlttLnal degree rnr pint, en and cent per pot'nd. All extracts of hemlock and other barks, such as Iwjutttr. Dear blankets, clcthlng, wool and flax, caJi clothe you and furnish you with fbown tiy iviiirlsroiie, affairs. m tho prrreJiDg paraGcmmon Sense Cure additlornl nw articles enumerated A hesvy tax on workln;men used for all the necessary and unnecessary are 4'rtc) A'UU'sm alntenTneei!rtepn and graph if filled, and not othcrwue i rvvidcd for. not commerciallyenumerated dyeing or taani".?In Tho Republican' Imvo no bill, hut or provided for especially These are the thine s to boost la Ren. rrrliancea to ride, walk, dan.e, sleep, FUr.El A Fresrs (Jiasa, Oval ronCATARHK.HAYriVift, tut iN)Ten'ribrixteen ISc (now3T5I0c) and the contents are subject to an ad vamrfm this act, cent a pound (now 10 cents and CO per cat, Hah, hunt, xrart. go to church, Front, Nickel or lierry Cigar Caso. lltn rress. Danville they hato a platform, drawn to C it Atlhnt nrrtiwhitls ai4 A'l supers cb ve number lxtecn, andnot above rate of duty or to a rate of duty ba?d upon tho cent m valorem) VT, Tanhu. A Co ,ChkKO or stay at home, and In various laea,' Gelatine glue and isln aildisraftrsuf e(il1ead Tbroat tho Democratic inuaMiro on cuajcts o.lt. It. l.u nbe twenty ISffnowV It is tho constitutional right cf value, tho vulue of such bottles, vials, or other glass, under 7 cents a poanS, HS cent, over 7 anil quantities. Just flfruro cut nunutmt cur aad I urics AUuicanalioi nurclr twenty Se (nofra'te). MaIa. lect- vcstvls shall be added to the val le cf tho con- cents, S3 per cent s d valorem (from 2 ) per cent every American cltlren, In office or eery issue. wht ! required to do ail these thins rfnt t txcintieJ a r netrat Whsy aatoo'rf falls to pay a dlvMend in aNtre rc dg , 4o po gallon (now V) S'igir tents for the ascertainment of the dutiable QHfSTsiv zzi ycu ess riiis stair rurvs "Imt ill lavr renrtllr to 30 per cent). Glycerine, unrefined, specific Instead of lowering tho tarlfT nnd the holder loses Ids intcresL Ttmtun out, to subscribe to what ho darn Cindy and all confectionery. Jnc'iilfng rhoco ostiuYueo? tho value of the 2JUYKKB value of the latter; but if filled and not other- gravity 1S5 or lad llwH IUrtdHchCNr4 Iteui h i una to, Kenned pleased, and tho more Democratic removing Its Irregularities and in m StAUmin. In 11 ve S.tlnutrs. ftcut IVe c nfcct.o ior madv wholly or In part of r wise prodded for and the contents are not subwtu ouiui:, lthiahcents tob pay nt upon (3). Indigo extracts ii cent carmlned 1 III A I. Y J Sft va eU t JJ. or lc a pound and on t uars ject to an ad valorem rate of datr or to rate of 4i cents pMaae. receipt of 10 u le slret'c. can t curei (iiow jwr enl ) Writing Ink, to officeholders that send in their mites equalities, thoy propose to ndvnncn Tub 1 nib Ho Awards tho 1'alm to Hale's nfier Wing n fired when tint'und, colored or duty baaed on the value, or are free of duty, ;0cent rtadli for pe'iufatlnranr tr4 MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. casks, bottles or Jugs, holdinj; a pint or more, to Mr. Charles J. Cnnda, treasurer, V) taxation nnd preserve vvry protective Honey of Horehound and Tar for coughs, f l A, llltiteratai book slat n ox en nrfaiiJ f In anT way adulterated 5e per pound (nowSo such bottles, vials, or other vessels shall 40 cents a gallon; less than a plntMeents. UM14 Ulohlcan Avenue, Chtoao, IU. i f are all ilifeetrt of the llrvl. Ijirvat and like' Toothocho Drops Cure in ono minute. ll nrdl(V street, tho mer- feature by givo tho pcoplofrcowhUky. Olieoscor grapo sugar, !ic (?) per pay In addition to the duty, if any on Uieir con- otherwise than In casks, bvttles or ug- - 0 ens West Twenty-nint- h (it i Md'K ar-'- rereirl "t H ebt tiam l uuns irNKri UK CO Afliate'.,Uacatfa. ct'i l (hi va'orem). Tho Democrats favor a tariff avertents, tho rates of duty preserved in the pre- a gallon. Ink powders, printer' and al other rier. iV. r. Sun. CosrciT, like any other seat, should be srsiasfals ceding paragraph. (Piovlded, that no articles UEVENCE. Ink rw fpeHMy enimrjtd, 0 rrr It is a groat mistake to suppose aging 40 por cent. sat on ltK manuiuiiuitiHroiuiflbvsutftiTiMd The I itoriiJrcunue section, so fir at It re in the preall 30 per cent). Iodine, rcsub'lmcd, 30 cent. L Tho HcpubllcunM dumnnd prohibitory consequences which followed ceding paragraph, shaVl pay a Ies rolo of duty pound (4 cents). Icdofonn ll "0 s pound tfCi that the Utcatc tcbzx a prutidrs Uiai after the 1st of to nn: bV i saBrssaej aa tf?ldLffSaW vjX HOTGUN OErrRUT Mediclnura, Cincinnati, mrs l'ubrunry, JHcc;, manufacturer, yt c'rirs shall than forty per centum nd valorem j 131 Tm( uA. fcL Leads Aettate of, white, Mia a pound , the continued withdrawal and hoard- duties. Send for book. pay ft srrei d tax of threo dol'nrs annually. The OUssand glass ware of aUkiods,nr Including brown, 9)ic; orange mineral, 3ao (now Cc,4o ing by tho Government of Tho Democrat nsk for freer Impor- long, nerve, throat dtsemes tho curroncy SflBJE!aSaaB2ada!aSsV plate glass, silvered or looking class p. ate ami and 3a respectively). tax on ull cigars, cheroou, nnd all cigarettes rTii- RA nirrn In bnnk is like a ros- - bceauto It v lyhing mor j thau throo jo jnA rMr tbsssnd, of tho people aro not of immediate im- tation of necessaries of life. In order to cylinder crown, orcoinuion window nUcn .tx, Licor'ce, extracts of, 3o. a pound (now 74c) matures by f jlllng dew WEST, SOUTHWEST, NORTHWEST. wflch siiall lo aiter'that cut engrated, or otherwise crnoia ted, aad Magnos'n. carbonate of, medicinal, 4c a poond; portance to tho mass of our citizens limit tho powers of tho trusts. ... ...i . diti sha'lbeflMpcrtUu.id. and on cigar-tt- LiiJ lull curs, nolesoredjng tnitze one hundred calclncd,8 (3c. nnd 10c,, respcctttcl)). Mor nnd only concern The l en yeerTlfbal aWrts thoo engaged In duties, Republicans Inslut on increasing te . I rtttlrc liu nMU, i, ,,- A ikkjk od tho I.Ivcr, Its diseases and treat II it- eaicaf. welsh.cg less than three pounds w the and fourty four square Inches, C per cectuir ad phla aad all salts, 00. an ounce (now fl ) r rrrart-TiTS.sTlaTU.utaiiata Atti. &. thus checking Impotts and rr,uiilriM.a. Aw. Ur. huuforel, rat Uway,r. Y. largo financial transactions. Presi; thousand fifty cents psr thousand, and said tax valort.ni. r.j.'itt.r. rno. l 0(i ). Ood liver, i n gallon Wc. f,fui. pv tit rn wall. Full . uA the power of tho trusts. ,.(, ,,ik;,ttu.i(Ur slutllbopaid by thomanuf-cture- r 6CIIEUCLX I WOODAKD WOODCX MTARUt Croton, 30o (now 50c I dent Cleieland$ tetter of Acceptance. 15c. (nowttiperornt). It rcnoals UanJt'tNfii Tailor trtrnp ul lru bono pub Motto for a suricon-pro- bo all laws rotrfc Ing the disposition of tobicco tuning. iHH)Ut Ae.O. tint ansii.O. The Democrats put wool on tho freo iico. OHve salad, t&c,(tm ) V.. This section is re enacted entire with tbs fol Cottonseed 0 AwflMil wVa The Deraocratla party is the list In order to encnurngo an oxport by farmars and Imwjsint? and all laws lowing additions! Seal, whale and other flsh olt 61 (now C3 er rsrtksr's Msadard liitsttaadhair St U s party of the plain people. Its mission trudo In woolun manufactures. 'mpi un ana snuff, ftnd Fawed board, planks, deals and blocks, or cent ) Iraciictod with Horn Kyos uso Dr. laaso tn- special tUCirceulivdbrlaMrtfthonAMh fes. posts of mahogany rosewool, fatluwood, gren- Paints and eolnrv HlUM, Rcrlla, Prussian is to govern for tho general wclfnro. Z -Thompson's Eyo Wator. urugglsU sell iL'J.V CJhJrA.AA fl v&..u!T:.Tf: n.,is u ea. rsuusi.ics. inaqurnvtunn of tod Uoairr In leaf tobacco, allila. or otter cabinet wood,Aftecn ier cent Chinese and all others containing feirtcranlde. Tho Republicans denounce freo raw , " MM" wrj 9r Is thut tho humhiost material.. tvsnU ur.Vr n Wl Wbreoi d,Uti In romn- 4 valorem of Iron, 6c pr pound (in? peroent and t3 per Its cornorstftnn STfAl jV afaBBatfLPlx. t.cUiTGd UbttCCQ. snuff and ck'nn. nw.MUr. ,. A DAY. Hamrlcsvotthfl.aO THE MARKETS. Veneering and brier rust or tr'-e- wudand cent )Blanc"Fjxe, lie. (now 5 percent) Yil citizen is entitled to tho same liberty The Democrats demand a reduced VBtll i ti.tundtf lit kdi,i.tu aua. t bare), luuff utiu cigars, anl manufacturers of similar wood unmaaufsetirM, or HHAHjitra sitliv asiahuLOta to , ii4i, "ilia not further low, green and other chromic colore, 4Va (ii and tho samo protection as the most suutf It provides for a tariff on clothing. tUla fart tMf vmmtm ttN. Cincinnati, Oct 9 on manufactured than cut Into forms or shapes per cent) Ostrc, sienna, umbor earths, dry, oxalted. It therefore, wants all n I original tho and unbroken packages Cornuionll W ( 2 m suitable for the articles r!rj which th-Tho Republicans offer frco whisky. LIVi:STOCK-Cat- tle are Ue. per iound (',( ) Ultra marina blue, tVJo uruoriCqrsd. Ksw JfUio-l- . 1m M idirssi A, H. VARCfOUIl A MH, Tork, I'a. by manufacturers Cltolco but e hers nr dealers plain people, without regard to nno 1W 't 135 to be converted, twenty percent, ad (5c.) Wahb1u, to tUiuIng ultramirln9, 3o at AT, K, 7rW sntrrrt llri atuuna s IO (I 5 4) ti'o llniv tin repeal go Into of! jt (1st rsis s ps mi MWf t r, ?. JaLnfiLCmtiaattLO, valorem per pound (CO por cbnt.) Vermillion red or or color, lo endure forever, that It may m .I m (J ood packers 3 (A (J. A 0 It nlto ietcal all .awsiiwltiug. requicksilver colois, ICe. (C3 percent ) KIIhKI'-eJo- od aciirbVf.K to choice.. . U tlbanw ta4 taakt km ata' wtiUnt f ai thta SCO W 4 n Official Labor Statistics. prosorvo frco government, and that It st I'tinyorngaKllngthernindiacture, fM f salo or LAMMH-Oo4 r to choico I'laster rarls, giound or calcined, I1.M per ft 9 eMtl.MtSI C'tton thread, varns, warpi or warp yarn rOttnf ata.laiStwMl4 Wfcf oftobaccoor spuff may strlko down ovcry monopoly or ity 70 ($ 5 31 ton (CO per emu. M. issa. Twtrssa. AaiiM, isvsa c,Avfia,M4iAa, In 1883 Carroll D. Wright, chief of I A'cnlml lobe used In tho industrial arts Is (not wound upon spools), valued utoier rSocnd axtiAxa iiusrArsatNtW.iMitir a red.. bt 15 Medicinal prrpanvtloni known as essences, other powerful cnglno of despotism tho MassachuscttH Labor Rureau, con. not exceeding 40c per po nd, IHc por pound No 3 red rtll vclfro.u tho payment or on internal extracts, Inc tiding proprietary preparations of and oppression. (15c); over c anl not emecdlucWK1, CTc per KvansvilU Courier. ducted n searching Investigation of IjnUC ,nuT ffkorttiani tc thnnniftilv taiultl Ely's Cream Balm Corn No. mlicd .... 18 prnvlslun Is made for bonded alco-lIs the romponent (VOt nURVC mile, Oats-N- o. ourNc ond not cxceediniCic. sc whuh nlcotudMfdleinalpreiuratlons,part, 40c tnUed nnd saftiruards aio provided pound warthouse. bjrmai Litruurt rr- -. aaissi'SHiiesut, u.vi,s.i. mixtures, poumKW ) per pound (Sii) tho question of wnges In Masaneihu-set- t, ll)p No 9 r$ (igninst fraud, tl f.l A Campaign of Documents. pUsters, pill, otc., of which alcohol HAY frfme . n knife. bwk Cotton cloth not bleached Gilt tho results of which he gave to lOHACLO-Mediu- m to choico Ttcro pro'ilblt'on against the use or any and not exteedlngMthreads dyed, colored, etc., muellspc, cornK)net.t 10 ti) wll n in Leaf... llni. to the square Inch, which the tel CluctDnsiL ubl (Jod Ieaf .,,. nio ftistrt dtl has spiritsI uponpnMhnhc Internal reenuo xcpersqua'Cjard (5'jrj if hlcrchcd.SJi i3!$i); Is not nHorn 15 to W)rnrt, urn .) cent ad valorema It is to bo a campaign of thought, tho world in a series of olahorato PIUiVIblONfe hniitontuc, fl per (now Warren ri,.K.f KLYHIun.M tns not ceii ,16(0 UISK5 manufacture of If dyed colon d etr pound (U Caslilosinp, 1UC per pound (JO per tho Democrats said at tho very opentablos contained in his annual report - 1'rlrno steam JcttSc). I.nnlu m . tinrlurta propr clary articles wines, liquors lrrcurad or no rlls. IS per Cotton Dairy 13 crllals, titter or other olcolcl c compounds rxreodins cloth notbiesch'dc dyed, colored, etc, cent k hnlplmr ittliietlliu lu ton (110 and tOQton ing of tho present canvass, and they for 1684. Mr. Wright Is an accepted IIUrrKR-Choi- ce rriAiiot. Aim is u or (lowers of, ro l'llina to Viand not exc Creamery 17 fta 31 1 radn Marts, i v li.cli are uve or sold as beverages. tg Ot lhreada.1 40 bubllined, authority the world ovor In tills field Ari'LKS-lrlm- e, Choiceperbbl... have kopt tholr word. Tho literary sictlvely ) ( 75 Cfl t i. if b'caeiied 1 c. u if dyed, tfrlrnr( I1th. raiLnuiic Vuruibes, Includlnit ao culled gold slzo or bureau system of campaigning, inau- of Investigation. From his tablos uluo I'OTATOKb-l'crh- bl i dl I 75 p .vded, that on all 4 ,1 rit isrtrer m jjfc r FATitM LAW hpr. ir.. WIIITIMi TO Alvr.UTIBKKV'.tAilT In l)lnT and collecting the duty on Iron oro cotton cloth not ex Japan, 40 per cent, nd vn'orrrn, nnd on spinl NHW YOHIf, dlnfc u hundred threads, T. riTOi:hAl.n, AdJrs ) 1411 V htrect, Aatll.NUtUN, 1. U gurated (o successfully by Mr. 'J ilden leading industries, with which tariff Kl.OUIt-.Sl- ato tala I Ut feu ew tiw AdverilaatBeuA to UJ rn ded action shall le made from tho weight of notbleaihed djed etc .i ted atocr61scents varntshes, for the alcohol eotitulncd ti and Western 4 11 at ban iwce. th rro on account of moisture which may bo peryant; bleached, nddiuont) (ranging from 40 per cer in 1870, has boon carried out more legislation has most busied Itself since a. ;m trtM. ItlDinriril ,rf o.1 hard red. 40 va'iif.iat overOeenly, and 3 chemirsliy nr physically tn nblucd therewith. I is ta No i red toll 3i per gallon und 40 per cent thoroughly nnd effectually this year 1880 aro sclectod, and tho wages paid ded, colored etc, IS'l Corn-N3 tidied Uouitd nnd square (ton not less than three there shall be paid wined at over II cents Mlf cj fit rciiHX'ir. m oiks, iAprn, etc. a duty nf 35 p'r ecnt ad under tho low and high tariffs than evor before. Tho Natlonul Cam- in each vq iia- - niixr fitarter-lnch- , nine tenths cent pr pound (now valorem (now rang ing from m Rooks, photograph, maps, ete., not 'I'lriT to 4Ji per sqtute rOltir-- Ne Mesa , 1860 nnd 1880 respectively, aro com WI7 00 oie cenlt Hat les thin one inch wide or j anl). ern ated, C5 percent (JOand Vt per cent Paper paign Commlttoo hai sent out 4,250,-00- 0 of Hteam. , Oil M Inch thick j round iron, !etmn All cotton colheiceedirgixlnndnotcxcrfrt documents already, and Is sending pared as follows: envelope. V5c per 'W (C5 percent and 15 pet MVeWy Itfrovi, lhan Inch nnd not less lhan I' Ing VO thread to ) FLOUR- - Wisconsin "inter out from 100,000 to 1M),000 moro a day. 5 75 Gl ft 00 lUDCBTItT, seen sixteenth inch In diameter, and square del etc., valued the square (Dch, not bleached, centper Manufactures of paper not enumerated cent (ft and 13 per cent.) Surface atover : cents per sqimre .3 3 red iMj?t Ifl'i JW0. r Iron less than Inch square, one jard. b'mshed valued a over No SLbleviffobprlnff... per coated papers, cardboards, albuminized nnd When, In addition to this, tho docu..,., .1 ti ia W87 ...- tn cents toftf 1 lr.' Carpets,, 10 cent). cent (row Round Iron in coils and squarojaro fljed tolurr CVirn No. 3 ....... papers, lllhographlo prints from mentary work done by tho sub and Clothing . N HI . ... fa 4u stained, painted or hm roJslss than seven sixteenth of an inch Oats-- No 3 (a cnij ..,.., printed valued at over . s ro 7 87 rltherslont nr arinc tound or unbound (except Stato committees aro consldorod It Is Coltous cents per iquarv and bars or shapes of rolled iron not yard, their ahaii tie . 11 77 ... 0M rORK-M- css Steam ...15BOhWH KRWIsHiia1 pud tditycf 4t) icrceol Illustrations in nnted books), and all tirtlclc LAUD seiiiUly enumerated, 10 cent (now sufo to say that ovory voter In the Furniture U t.i fjio ik) 210 ad valorem Leather loi produced utiterm whole or In part by lltho 4 rj . 4 M cint). pipe HAI.TIMOItll cent (now one Cotton cio'h not bleat bed, dyed, colored, ete, graphic process, H3 per rent nd valorem. Pln country has received ono or moro po- Linens and jute ASIC YOUTl ClliOClCll I'OU 8 01 H 17 . l'aper cent) FLOUR- - Family Cast Iron vessels, plates, hand Irons, exceedinrlViandnot rxcedingftOOthreads.a), 8 fO 3 ttV ing cards, b)c icr rack tld) per cent) ft 01 . 5 b? litical papers, showing why ho shoulij HUks &T. I lo UKAIN No.il tad irons, etc., not speclallyenumeratcd, 2 Mc cents ierspiatfiir(l .it ir i eiched, 414 cents .. , pages of the bill contnb .. ., .. 0 10 Tho last x MiJ per piund (nowise). Castings of malleable With all those Worsteds SOPA (4)felyrd t Inrod eic lt (.tuts (5)1 provided itsudmlnlsuaiivo features, which are similar U vote for Cleveland. ro ;ii Iron uncnumerated, IVe (1100, lion or steel that on au m ton yearn of high tniViVTiMUCtl After twenty-eigcMh eillng IM nnd not thnso cents tied m the undervaluation bill as n facts and arguments before them, with AND TAKE NO OTUKU. anchors, wrought iron for ships, forging of exceeding ciu threads, not bleached, dyed fostor American Induslrrn and strel weighing C5 pounds or more, eolored, ett ralued al ovrr h centa per square passed tho benato during the Foity ninth 0)fi tho numerous publications allowing taxation to Kress. f lOo (now 2c)j axles, it (now V'Jci. whit tho Democrats huvo dono for tho tries ' tho farmers still furnish 75 por HOOK e W O yard bleat ixdviiuedntovei mcenls per square 75 According lo the estimates made by the ccm hammers, 3140 (now ff'iei. beams yard. djri looted otc, unted or printed, country and what thoy propose to do, cent, of all our exports and tho manuINIANAIOLia bll provides for a total reduction o mlttcc the pinlers uud building forms, V JOc (now tatuniat No tf 2red...., per vjuaro i jo no misrepresentations or falsehoods of facturers only twenty per cent. And about I'dO oc 0 made up approximately as to P4cj lolieror other plate Irou or steel, cxiept shall bo pdtd a duty of 43 ppr cent, yrd, there Ca ad valorem hugar. 7;:oinr, freo list, f')300.(0i tho Republicans can havo tho slightest tho prlro of tho fanners' products Is lows (& W? lue plat(s, not thinner than No. ID wj patio nl uoit.ic), fii,fATr)0O, aloohul (inter vsluidat 2o per i)und rr les. le er pound, LOUIHV1LM1. Cotton, .in nntbleirhed dyed, colored, etc., tobaccoarts, I7UM0O), other reductions Incus offrot, Thoiu is no rhanco of tho lovolcd down In tho old world market, KLOUR-- A No, 3 75 alovf '4eand not abotoSc, I 10o;ntHtu3curid enxeiinj. 0 threads 4', u isper iquaie yard in the t5,tU0UO campaign being turned on mine or while ull ho buys la enhanced Incest by 101ns, above found not .Ukjvoic, i1),ifbi. ii d, &itir,u )S, HI vboe4r, P"1 Ml Srwd..... & tf dysd, colored, e;ornMiia'i inolovntit issmih, with tho flood nt for th up a tc lftjre?e and not abuvr Mu 1 MOc, alote ir ctnti im Tub boy who i "brought up f composdof conaldera thj pith of oatly Ule byhmdf' documents now pouring over the oun taxes lo lionpspend, Niirplu wonder pd 1'OIIK Iss., H 31111 l'e nl not tibove lie, Vio above He 41 per to No sliprry Onsloemniis. hove snd half hose tho itlclnns ,?il,lJ7W0.,NBT,TUTB find CNGLIBH TRAININQ 80HOOU Mha Ml A.lsaillS Ol) ftl svut id vUnm (uw all IMc)( provtdsd, thst tcitoaer tit a mtisbis Aiaa4(u. I.SaiirtlluN snl Itit ZjVa.l.C3luav'X XIV rX'CI'l ,d tryi A'. Q, 2tMiDtmt?Qruti n,it grapgsn aro kicking. Y i World nvr5tlt l 9 MntlMKy, adtrsMU.Mi IIUVAflT sew,l'rrltn,CStiMIJ' CO rift-ure- a sad-facetender-hearteI cam-)nlnI 1 1 TAKIKF ItEVISION. all plate Iron or steel thlpitfr than No. 10 wire gauge shall pay duty as iron or stee! plates, llnller and other tubes, 8W P runJ (now 3? li ' CbiV,5S andUe). Holts, (ne less than three fourths Inch 'nuiametef, lBJwj between thre9fourthsandtsrfeeifcins,l(nci c and e. lessthan three plghlhs, 8c now fpccially 2Sc) rorglngsoflronanlil' exceeding pairs and 13 per dozen palre.60 cents per dozen per cent ad valorem (40 per THE WAGES QUESTION. PROTECTION'S COST. A Claim to Human Gratitude. Proof Setter Than Assertion, Ixm Gawks nro fast go- "'.' .. 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V" (rUn ililit, t KT.'T' MEMORY ltrr ROLD ii. m 1 WATCH $38 AX dcep-soau- $1.00 PER WEEK iT.p. if.j4U n 20-p-er i- ta Jg4 d; 1 Due-hal- '! !, Ol rrir.tS !, ft. f d 1 lr, r lfif 1 M ert M -- 1 rMiiartfiw liAON8lrg) ( fcfc- HALF RATES si "I'm -r Farming Regions I v raanufactu-cJorsol- d i om-C'S- tor, s.k. fa) P,1v41a vV 4rlilUn FREE " " Z7JZJZ 7 wawllyj .F r IJtll MJ.W I'ebru-srvthrt- IIUUH-Coiuni- on GANGES ! m1 KOUM-ram- a CATARRH Gold in Head I UUAIN-Whcat- -Xo 'tlli 1 ffml h4kWtplng-,rrrinMaihlp,ArIt- iH-- lork-Mlk- S... . 1 a awl IfiflHCERw" ri; a 1 PATENTS thrr-iln- . . pert-'allo- GUAIN-Wheat-N- a 1 1 o. J LAUU-Wesl- tbree-eighil- n tlircr-quarl- 1 three-quarte- 1 1 r, u, ..,.,. UKA1N-Wheat- -No 1 1 1 TO MAKE 1 1 1 . A DPI ICIOUS BISCUIT "COW BRAND" Cast-iro- nine-tent- . . 1 forts-thre- " 1 l- d r, ht - DWIGHFS SODA 1 blark-smltb- 1 UKAIN-Wheat-- u Oats-Ml- etd 1 UHAIN-Wheat.-- No .l-- 1(1 Uata-Ml- iod oari-X)r- LAHD-Hlca- B ryanf Straiton Chicago Business College! 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