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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 hic1888101901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rK -- T vy - A- i- . -- V a r THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY d nv GEORGE Ofllce-Jsckson WARREN, XZloUmnu, Ky. Htroot, next door to City Hall THE ESTABLISHED 1859. lt-N- hickmA ,$IE r 3 FINE JOB PRINTING With C0URIE 19, 1888. SUICIDE. ? EXECUTED Ntalniss aits' Dispatch. SALE MILLS, 'ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS. ILL HEADS, INVITATIOK3, ETC., ETC. JfA GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tho Oldest Newspaper in gWostern Kentucky. VJ Prlco of Subscription, $1.50. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTPgSKY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER COMMONWEALTH. sixteen-year-ol- VOL. XgJaeffNO. 2, "Uod Ooll ts rtncX Soo TTs. A New Yohk manufacturing Arm has 115 Williams In Its employ. A hill, lire princess keeps a millinery store on Fifth Avenue, Nsw York. Nixty thousand barrels of sour krout are made at Heading, To., every fall Tin present session of Congress Is the longest In the history of the Itepuhlle. K, tirflKCKKR. of Heading, Pa., has col levied over eight bunderd boxes of butterflies. x;i)rktb are springing up on the nlmn sinned mines and mining towns In Cali- CURRENT TOPICS OLD OHUROH FALLB. SULLY AND TEMPERANCE. MKN0HITY 11EP0KT Nra ! now spoken of as Willlaoa Withstood the Htorujs of Centuries, Bat Adjacent Tho Pugilist 8nys Ho la Dono With Continuous Karth Tremtillng Lets It e Nkw Youk lifts K population of Chlnesa With a CrashThe Last of llanlspe. Ot tho Bonnto Ootnmlttoo on Stronff Drink. something over 10,000. KlI'aso, Trx., Oct ewi has Just Tariff Dllt liiK!.ANii'n population Is Increasing at reached El Paso throggb some Mexican QoTcrnmeut ofllclal tnat Just one month a iU of lt0O0 a yrar. John I ftuliUp.il. Illrlli.Uy 'Itvlre' Iltf.L V Tb A tbe d fornia. A "eight. footed horse' was hilled as nil attraction at the Custer County, 1M ko- Italian In Iowa are rebelling against the payment 'Ot s.Uk levied onUim by the Htate. the entire limitation of Orin New Hnmpthlte bare depoetts In the tarings banks. Tin first directory of the City of New York was published In 17t"1 and contained Imt BIO name, Caxaoa will experiment with lobsters transplanted totbePaclfio from the Atlantic next season , of Philadelphia, Ihaiaii V. at $20,0000. le accounted the wta'thlest Uchelor In America. Tim Etrurla rarue across the Atlantic on her last trip In six days, one hour anil fifty minutes, the quickest time yet made. Tn K annual value of the dairy product of the Htt of Illinois equals the value of the gold production of the 1'nlted Htates. Not all American society girts marry foreign counts. There Are countless thousands who marry plain American citizens. OkikaaI. HtiKfiMA'a so I and Ktonewe.lt Jackson's nephew occupy n desk to-ether In the law office of Senator Kvarts. A OuiVCXfiTKit, Mark., srhntmer has Just brought In the largest fnmoflmll-bu- t ever landed there. It Is valued at one-thir- d WiM-Iamag to, fair. It Is estimate that on. half of all the drugs lmoited Into the United States are mtiiniMl In h manufacture of pMnt fnnllelne, Tnc Weather Bureau say a that the month of Hepterotr Just gone was tte coldest September that has been known In Im year. Turns ere eight mission ships now cruising In the North sea, earn a combination of church, chapel, temperance hall nnddttjteniary. Tux Duke of Westminster has an Income of fifty dollars a minute. That U to tay, It costs the country about one dollar mrtry time he breathes. A Italian chemist has discovered that the blood of eels ejected under the skin Is a deadly poUou, Its effect Iwlng similar to that of viwr oloii. Acconm.no to the Ht IxxiU iWMX"-- ; iff A, there ere seventy-twmillionaires In Pittsburgh. Pa., anyono of w bora can sign ft check for J2.O,0OU. Mh. CaitaIX Tom Is the name of the ilchest Indian woman In Alaska. Hhe U worth about 930,000, aud lives royally at ttllka, surrounded by slaves. Tlir grave of Wendell riillllps, at Milton, Man., Is still unmarked. Itut a mon anient Is soon to txt erected by Mrs. Green, the sister of the df ad orator. O.fK of the latest advances In electrical Illumination Is the lighting of the London omnibuses with elcctrlcltv, the battery to tuiidrr the seat of tb driver. Tiik tree from the milk of which the rubber of commerce Is made grows well tn Southern California, and extensive preparations are Mng made for planting It. I.atk reports from Magna and Cardenas, Cuba, say that there Is no exaggeration In estimating the losses caused by tne recent cyclone at over ;fi,O,C00 In those districts o In-il- ia ago the finishing touch wm put to the destruction of Hanlsps, In North Hgiit.ro, Ever since May of last I will be by earthquake. Iloaroh, Oct 15. Just thirty years old, and It will be the year, when the first great shook occurred, first birthday In my life that I have not tbe earth has trembled more or less almost dally, so much so that only two large been able to I About wejl and contented," buildings were erected In tbe place of tbe said John Im Hulllvftn to n reporter yesterday morning. "I niu getting tiled lying hundreds that stood there before. The old here, and I think I ought to bo, for it Is six church erected long ago by the Spaniards weeks since I was abletobeupand about," also stood, although It was very nnd tho big fellorr Impatiently totted hli badly damaged and cracked. It had head from one pillow to another. "I'm been originally built In the most solid getting Along slowly," he answered. "Dr. and substantial manner, with very thick Hush left orders for mo to eat a big amount and massive walls. The population genof stufT, but 1 could not gt through It all. erally had built temporary shelter out of This morning 1 bad chicken broth, two small logs nnd branches of trees, being squabs, and some Ion it I drink about afraid of adob- - buildings, as scarcely a three miarta of milk and sola a day, and 1 day pasted without some slight tremble or Ctt Saiunlar. the lotn of ntnumAiri etfincai6KQt.it. 1 eel stronger, bus MMn the people were Assembled," witsftrat 'a my feet and lege stilt trouble me. I've hat 1 plenty of time to refiect on my pest uoings single exception, In th chorch, for tbe since I've been here, and I've made up my purjKse of celebrating the Feast Day of mind that In thirty years of life I've bad 1'reiMtnt Dtax, which occurred on that about fun enough. There was a tlmo In my day, and to prdperly prepare for the fessickness when I was thought to bo drlng, tivities of Independence Day, the National of the Mexicans, which but Ood was good to me and gave me one holiday more chance. I've fully madeup my mind takes place on tbe 10th of Bept what to do with that chance, and 2 will temler. When In the mldtt of tbe pronever again till 1 die touch a glati of beer ceedings tbe earth began to shake. Amidst tbe most terrible excitement and or a drop of any kind of Intoxicating liquor. No man who Is a friend of mine will the shrieking of tbe women the assemblage escaped from the tottering building Into ever ask me to drink again," the open air, the shaking meanwhile growing constantly worse. Bon roe I y had OUU TIIADH IN 8IAM. the last one got outside when tho hags Minister Child llTi "(Tooil lUpvrta Ite structure came down with a crash, not one garding lt stone being left upon the other. The two Bt. Louift, Oct 13.Co!cmet Child, buildings rebuilt since last year were also of MUsourl, Uulted fitatet MtuUUr W leveled. This Is no doubt the last of Slam, arrived In Ui city yesterday on tut as after this last catastrophe it will way from Bangkok to Washington, whws never be rebuilt On the tame day the Thecojn masslre he will remain several weeks. church at Descraca was hopelessly mercewlth America has Increased wm. damaged. 9VW y, m inn derfully In the last few years," ssil Mr Child. "AM lh petroleum usel m HKAD BLOWN OFF. Hiam comes from America, the courdiy fcndfUn Termination of the I.lfe of a Voeng Is tupptieil with flour from Han FiancU, rti.r. v- - vent no ltoMery and much American machinery is used, end a Murder. great quantity of cotton and woolen fab ImMKAPOU0, 1hi, Oct. W.Jeste Marlcs bought American goods are letter than any others, as Is proved by the son, a farmer eighty years old, residing near Htllesvllle, Hendricks Counti yesfact that Herman and Kngllsb manufacturers commonly counterfeit our trtie terday sold some of the products of his mark. There Is a great field for Ameran farm, for which be received $60, Logan trade In Hiam, which 1 hope to see some u( York, a young man of evil reputation, witnessed the transfer of money, and in our manufacturers take advantage of, like the people extremely, and wouiIImi tbe evening. In company with an unknown man, knocked at Mason's door and glad to see them brought Into closer conatked fur matches. Mason turned to obtain tact with our own." . the matches, when he was fired ttpon by one of the men, but fortunately was A Youthful Head. Acbuais, N. Y., Oct 15. At Waterloo not hit. His daughter, a young woman, thlrteen-year-ol- d Willie Jarvls shot and selieda chair and assaulted York, who closed w 1th her, taking one ef her ftngeri dangerously, If not fatally, wounded Katie Kelly. The two wire In hit teeth and biting savagely. While alone In tbe Jarvls house when the lv, York and thn plil were fighting, her brothpointing a revolver At the girl, exclaimed er, Oran Man on, appeared on the scene "I will shoot vou." The little one ex with a loadod shotgun, which hedltoharg-ed- . attuostblow ng York's hand fiula hi claimed, lon,t, Billy," but he did not heed her, and discharged tbe pistol. The body and iiiftantly killing him. The other ball lodged In her head. The boy started man etenped In the darkness, u. . m m mi down tbe and has not yet been Died at the Age of 103. found. 1 Ho Is Thirty Years Old. They Dissent from the Majority and tn the Hetiate anil the Country the Hill or the House of Uepresentallves. Com-uien- ti; - Xlan-Isj-- e, " liri 1 ld 1 ld tow-pat- OnKKXCAKTLK, Erie's Whits. Pith Halchtry. , Trie, I'a., Oct ia. It comes authority here this evening that the United Htates Fish Com in 1st Ion will take charge of tho w btte-fiihatchery at Krle, This hatchery was locate I here by the State of IVnnsylvanla, and It has hatched 13,000,000 fish a year for three years. The wbdeflsh catch at this point has doubled frota-gooh llC Im y&4r, J Imm ifMit tlun here and nt Detroit are taken. A P'itKn now erine McMahan died In this city yester-tla- 7 at the exirnordmary p(.i(. en hn dred and ttreo rnrs. She wax a native of County Cate, Parish of Kllfomey, Ireland, having lcn born on tbe 11th of November, 170. Hsr maiden name was Klannlgan. fihe came to America In lt&l, settling first In New Albany, Ind., and residing subsequently In Dubuque, la., Csdfcrd, Ind., and Ureencastle, Ind., since 1W3. Ixu, Oct 1R. Mrs. Cath- being a Burlington (Vt) Kundayschoid who Mldtht a Kree Will llapllit mas one who went Into the tank of his im n accord was sent down to the foot tif the class. of Haeo, Ma., abtiraeiM from tho stomach of a whale he off Bryant's Hock a few da) s ftp tared ngo, five HHiiids of amtwrgrlt, which Is Cai-ta- alone. Tit it bright lmy in Hecalcllfinl Witnsit. CniCAno, Oct l. Cashier Ta'lraan, of the Traders' Bank of Chicago, refutes to answer questions before the Master In Chancery who has been examining Into rbe condition of tho bank. Attorneys representing a large creditor claim that l'rosldent Kuttcr took $400,000 from the bank tn tho pa it ear. Judge Bhepard has been appealed to to compel tbo witness to give tbe desired Information. ii Deadly Work of a Tramp. I,o Axoklcs, Cau, Oct It. Mrs. Sack-et- t, living neer Kanta Fe Hprtnga, this coun y, was shot through j tbe neck and serious wounded this afternoon by a tramp, w ho called at her house and asked for work, which she had not to give. W. K. tilocum, a neighbor, attracted by her cries, came to her astlttance ami fired twice at the tramp He escape! Injury, and, returning the Ore, shot his assailant through the bead, killing lilm. L. Big Oil Strike i YVamiicv Tayish Htirv Naturalization CniCAf.o, In Chicago, Oct 15. It Is itortli J.lon ounce. A Jaw noK weighing 10) pounds and measuring At Inches around and II Inches molars still In their across, with two of places, was recently dug up In A taictr ntAV at A ran la t'Asa. 1v AlllY5tOUn who has studied the numviftite to thU cuuutry ber of Utow m fnitntl that It has her in fljrlily right dlfi'eioiit cars, The first knows case of the fever In America was In 1&13. TltK Justice of the pvuve at Cossvllle, Mo., It 1ft in u r I (lllmoro, who Is 40 years of nge and only 3 feet 1) Inches tall. lie weighs only 10 pounds, Mr. Ollmore Is a more i (nl farmer and a prominent man In the county. Tiik diamond tiara, which tbo Duke of Aovtn pretented to his bride, cost $17,0001, H ronteln 1,1.) stones, and It Is so that It can be taken to pieces and tomerted Into necklace, bracelet!, nnd a small diadem. TKV are having a goo-- dMl of trouble In California and Colorado over tho Abbreviations of the names of those Hint as. Cat And Cot. look so much alike when written hastily, that mall matter Intended for one Is continually going to the other. (colored), of Cedartown, Mil. Jaime-i(la., thought the water from a new well on her lot had a queer tastn, and asked the white folks about It, It Is mineral water, nnd Mn Jnrrctt has under consideration nn ofler offl.fiOOcAKh for a half Interest. II. 1. HUTCniiflOH, the Chicago whnat manipulator, Is nversed to having bis photograph taken nnd has never allowed a photographer to point a camera at htm. lilt sou said a few days ago that he would glvo $I,0"0 to get a photograph of hit fatbor. Tiiey have Just taken a cental In the IUusUti Capital of HL Petersburg. There are nearly a million of people there; but ntovetbe age of sixteen years there are four males to every three females. It ought to be a good place to marry one's ld more than fifteen hundred in n wei natrallred In Chicago tody. The Judges hat! their hauds full In swearing In tho would-1- ! otirt, aud thn clerks cf tho court! worked from early In tbo morning until late at night mnkm.r. xit the certificates. It was tbe biggest day's work of naturalltation on record In Cook etuuitod that ... ... tv tn 1 " BUI lo Coire" Ccij'eSJ March , WAMinnroH, Oct l.VHepreientatlvo Whooler, of Alabama, toda Introiluced In tho House n bill providing for the asAnd subsequent sembling of the Kifty-flrCongresses on tbo 4th of March at 1 o'clock, when an adjournment shall le Immediately taken until the first Monday In December follow lug, unless tho Trcsident ex prettes a wish to the contrary. t of tbts place, that started to thtw neural twenty-fou- r over a thousand bftrrels of oil hours. The well Is said by oil men to te the largest well ever struck fn America. The drillers are unable to shut oil the well, and the oil Is flowing over the adjoining tsrrltery. Taekage Is blnff erct4 as v rapidly as possible. FbLV, O., Ot !t Tha WorverliiftOd Company, of Detroit drilled In nn oil well a Bois Lawiiic' farm, ten miles north it Flntflay. pr Will Not Aaiwer Mackenzie. at . . . Loitnox, Oct. 1.1. Dr. Hergmanh told the 7ltgrtifh$ Derlln reporter on Hundy that the German doctors would not notice Dr. Mackentie's charges, as their answers to them were contained In thIr own official report on tbe Emperor Frederick's ease, wherein evsry soparste charge against them was sufficiently refuted. On the Decrease, JACISOWILLK, Fi.a., Oct U- .- President Neal Mitchell has just lisaed tbe following o fllclal bulletin for the twenty-fou- r hours TwsnlyFive New Cues. Neal Mitchell has just Issue 1 the following hours ofllcUt bulletin for the twenty-fou- r endjng six o'clock this evening New cases, 26; deaths. 3; total numbvr of rises to date, a,fW; total number of deaths to date, 310. Denths It HemttreoW, J. 1 l'y bas and Anrou Hall. Mackenzie's Book Jacesoxvillr. I'la., Oct U I'rrildent ear-lin- gs ending six o'clock this evenlugiNewoasqa, 18; deaths, 3f total nimber of cases to date, aoMt l"tl nuuiUr vt dtitlii U date, 813. Died Afled 109. Selzsi. llKitttv, Oct l.V Korty thousand coptos of Dr. Mat kenxle'a took have boon solxeil by tho jwllco of Lelpslc The ollco are visiting the book shops In this city nnd are selling nil copies of Dr. Mackenzie book wherotcr they are found. A Cmicaoo, named Mary Jones was found lyln,; In Lincoln 1'ark, this morning, where tho had shot herself In tbe breast She was n n visit from Katamatoo, Mich. It Is laid she was Insauo. - in i Young Woman Suicides. Oct 15. A young Camdcx, Me., Oct. Heal, ogod 100, died at Searsmont yesterday. Over forty years ago Heal resolved not to do auother day's work, and during the laft twelve years he had not beeu out of tho bouse. His long life was attributed, In part, to bis powerful lungs, hit votes being easily heard for n mile. Sheep Killed by Dogs. Wai.LaviLLB, O., Oot 14. Thirty Qns - w 'man merino sheep belonging to a farmer natusi McCoy, living near here, were killed by night His loss will reaoh A- doi'l. 0. lmost m m ft wire to tbe back fence, nnd when the cats altgbt and begin tostng their tuneful 1ml ads he turns on tbo lottery. The cats aro not Injured, but they nru so surprised that they are Inclined to let tho fence alone thereafter. A htheet "fiddler11 In OiuahA was given In mistake fir a nickel byar n$ogold nbsentmlnded person who was listening to his music The giver did not discover his error, but the player did, and honestly returned the money. The big election bet of $10,000 Iwtween Captain It. I HuonU, of Chicago, and David Oldeon, of New York, was completed the othor night The money was deposited with James lire tin, proprietor of the (lilsey House. It Is an oven Wager election. Colonel on the presidential Hwords, who Is sergeantitaims of tbe National Hipubllcati Committee, bets, of course, that (leneral Harrison will be elected nnd Uldeon bets on Cleveland. I i has attached He Klrli, A Hhooklyn electrtolan has discovered way to itop the cat serenading business. Tho plnoo for bnblos Tlftbrdon Tho plftco for ftcholaro Sohool-craf- t. The placo for lovers Cortland. Tho Tho placofor Moopy-houd- s Yushlnglon. plnco for laundryinon Tho plnco for fitrmora Rlohland. Tho Flah-kll- l. Tho plaoo for nnglors placo for hungry men Sandwich. Tho Ponnsyhanta. placo for roportora Tho placo for carpontoru llanowolh Tho placo for butchers Ued-forNow-markct and Laurel streets yesterday afternoon. They found an eld soup box And opened It The dead and decomposed bodies of five bablss lay aide by side wltbln. ' in Chicago. A ghastly discovery was smde by a couple of boys In a deserted brickyard at the corner of Thirty-thir- d CniOAQO, "Baby Far ml no" Oct 14. a Choked On a Raw Turnip. Qlm-mon- i, ple n Tho placo for vocalists en They say that Danlol WcbMor propoBdl to Miss Flotchcr while aliUnu bor to unravel n skoln of thread "Oraco," ho reniarkotl, 'wo havoK'n uutytng knots; lot uh poo If wo caa not tlo ono which will not untlo In a Thin Is given m a pointer to tlmldn yotiR mon. ia 'Anil do you rccolvo a lartf unkoil tho Hoaruhur after r. of tho busy Well,11 replied tho knight of Uubeor pump, sotting out half a dozen foam-lnglasses, "I draw tho pay of a hun2YantcrtfU dred mon dally,1 ' Slng-Slng. Ufo-timsal-nrybar-tendeg Wlnamac, dropped dead thje evening. He was eating a raw turnip at the time, and, it Is supposed that he choked to death. Falsi Fight With' a Wild Boar. Wikauao, Ind., Oct It Samuel a farmer living one pile north of Khoxvrlw, Ts!i.f Oot lA. John Atkins, while cresting tbe Bmok Mountains from his North Carolina homo, was attacked by a wllj boar. A fight of twenty minutes resulted In a victory for the boar, behaving killed bis antagonist Atkins was terribly mutilated by the furious animal. . m SUM the Immigrant! t ifo; New Yohk, Oct It The steamship, Auranla, from Idverpoolt !.a Deurgogne, from Hnrvief HuuvU, from Hamburg: Uogarths, from Hlo Janeiro, and City of Columbia, from Havana, lauded 1,309 Immigrants at Cattle y,r,lA?.-dfty- , i Come. The report ot the minority makes a document ot twelre printed page. It begins with tbo statement that in tbe preparation of tho substitute for the House bill no member of the minority of tbe committee was consulted, of Informed ss to its provisions, until It was c;jrv ted to tho full committee, on the 25th of Beptember. The minority recites tho work of tto in hearing the "statements, orrunrnta and appeals of manufacturers and others, who demand that the present high rate of the tariff taiattou shall ne maintained, and In roost Instances, prompted not by any revenue necessities, but alone tor tbe purpose of tnereatlng their own nrontsaitneenwn a ! Continuing, they say i "It U safe to say that oyanmo pruiecuTo all the interest oenemeu ren '"Hy beard and hare had muck tartf h influence In shaping this tubsUtute. while tie and great body of the people, the victims ot this policy, hare not appeared and have not been beard." The minority continue i "The edvocatei of the substitue freely propot to reduce duties nr abolish them on thoae things which yield only Oovernme nt revenue, but refuse to reduce or abolish duties on those things which produce Hut the minority prtrato revenue. think it safe to say that the chief reductions In tariff taiatlon, as provided by tbo substitute, are confined to tho articles of sugar and rice, with Jute and a few other unimportant articles put upon thn free list while there Is an In creaneof duties imposed upon tbo multiform manuracturcaof cotton, wool, Iron and steel arllclca that tbe whole people, and especially tbe poor and most needy classes, aro compelled louse The substitute relieves tho nonneoes sary tobacco, (a all Its forms except cigars, frum Internal taxa eheroote and rignrrtle tlon, and gives free alcohol to the arts X'ractl rally, the substitute offers lo tbo people free whisky and free tobacco, leaving all the eipen tlve machinery for the collection of the revenue and nforcement of the law la full force, while It increases taxation upon the actual and lndls pen m Mo necessaries of life. Tho rods out of The minority continues which the farmers wire fence Is made arc not but by various apparently chanped In rM chances In rlataincallon actual and Important additional burdens are Imposed. A reduction In dutiable value from S'l to 8 cents per pound weight accomplished this. An additional tlte. No. 6f added witaout an apparent change uf rate, docs adroitly Increase the rate paid on per cent to about Iro rods of this sire from fit per rent, and Is an Increased tax on this one site of wire rods or ncany f3u,uuu upon me basis of the Importations of lfrC and there is added a proviso by which roda smaller than No. 5 are classified as wire, and thus effect a third dltUnct Increase of tax la this one section, and this Is called a part of a "syt Steel tnpots, coj. tem," and rhrhtly aacaUod ped Ingots, billets, bars, etc, now pay forty-fiv- e per cent duty if valued at less than four Ily the substitute, if valued cents per pound aloneccnl or less, tiiey are auuaoio ai one half cent per pound, and as somo of these of a cent Items were valued at seven-tenth- s nt 1K7 the rate of tt, tnif-trone-hal- f cent is an Increase from forty five to over seventy per cent, and nearly a mllUon dnllara tax added by this ore section. Cotton lies also receive their careful eon side ration. It It not enough that the most formidable and to tolent trust which ever laid Its hands npon tho throat of honest labor, threatening every class, from ire poor colored cotton pickexs, wbosr tew pounds of crop he could not pat u market for lack of wrapping;, to tho mnrchant and capitalist who bad advanced the necessaries of life to sustain that labor through the To these cone the proposed revision, tcaRon. not with helping hand, but with other burdens, snlthe cotton ties which their own friends had reduced to thirty fio percent In tho iwo of (one ot the bright tariff oases In a desert of Iniquity), they omit by name, but Include In a now classification, that instead of thirty five per cent It must pay according to tho aluatlon of ISs?, over one hun dred er cent, adding nearly a quarter million dollars to tax on the Imported ties alone, all of Kten whirhls alos to the cotton producer with this they are not content, but still further In njrrlcuUurM thft tax the struggling hy ratting the duties on trace schedule chains, and all other kinds less than three-- c i truths from of an Inch thick, Si cents, whithts equivalent to 41 37 per cent, to 3 cents per pound, oquUalcnt to a rate of M.57 per cent Can Ingenuity go further? "That taggers iron should be raited from 30 per ceut to O&pcr cent thst table cutlery for the poor should be raised by specific rates add ed load valorem, thatknhca for tho poor should te taxed heavter and made cheaper for tho rich; that breech loading thotnuns should be made cheaper for the fart) prade and dearer for the tli grade by making roth pay f 10 and iH per cent ad valorem; all thete and more are no longer atartllng, and prepare tho mind fora thousand other inconsistencies nnd discriminations hidden by new nndobcure classifications that only time and patient investigation will reveal ' In the cotton Rcheduloagala tho great pro-c-e f 'leveling up ts rolled Into rcqui-ltioto what tnd or for what purpose who can pay if changes In classification and by new subdiviscomplicating the administra ions, still further tion, and by changes In rates. In effect principally increasing taxes, most glsring tnconslst encics and discriminations are perpetrated In rev tlon. In the woolen schedule this the substitute not only retains a duty on raw wool but Increases the duty from ten to eleven cents a pound on clothing and combing wool, and the existing duty Is retained on carpet wools which all parties ajreo nro not produced la this country, and the changes made in the manufactures ot wool increases tho taxation, and to that extent Increase tho cost of the manufactured article, and rtpcclully tho cheaper grades tho clothing of the poor. Tho minority criticise n a similar manner ths lumber, salt and provisions schedules, nnd ther discuse the subjects of "trusts' as follows t 'Tho present tariff is tho nursing rmthero trusts. It Is the wall behind which thee arc fanned, by unlet; tho pc pic ars plundered. Tariff kiep cut the foreign oompo tttlon and tho combination suppresses the and thewholo peoplo are at their mercy and must pay whatever tt demanded, I.&n guae Is Inadequate to describe the iniquity ot theso corporations against the rights of tha people, or to depict their disastrous effect upon tho general welfare." The minority deny that tariff revision will ro duco wages, and conclude their report with Ihr following remarks concerning free wool; Tbe minority aro firmly convinced that besides the country Incalculable mltantago to the whole "' wlich would result from the placing of upon thofreo list. It iseuslly denionttraUMc may that no class will suffer, but that each wilt his share ot tho benefit. With a consumption of six hundred million pounds of raw wool In 17, nnd a population of sixty millions, ths ncrago per capita consumption is easily reck oned at ten pounds, or fifty pounds to th? acr ago family of five persons, and the Northrrc the to exposed constantly farmer, our of contumfi rlirort winter. nrerapo It somethfrg moru than the rtqulres irom three to four pounds to mske s pound of cloth so that front twelve te sixteen pounds of woolen clothing for the famtlv willbs seen lo bo a low morose. This is now uie from 5S to nearly W ircent. The manufacturer is not benefited, because his finished pro duct comes Into competition with the forviga prodnot made not only from untaxed wool, but cheaper wool, If the tax be taken off wools we will Import moro wools, of course, and in m other way can our great factories prosper, be cauto their capacity Is beyond our own wool production. When the factories aw turning out more product tho emp'oyes have steadier work and better wages, and lndlreotly, cf course, the whole country is benefited "Under tbe House bill the manufacturers with frco wool, secure oven a higher com petithe advantage over the foreign than under tho present iuw or the su stltute. The man fucturtrs will export woolen goods as wo now export cotton and leather, aud the demand lor the wool will better the wool market and en courage Incressed production, while the himself will reap fromlh ig wool-growcheapened clothing moro benefit than ho ever did from a tax on his product, which he mast hlniM'lf pay "Tho minority, therefore dlssonting from the reiort of thu majority, commend to tho hcualv and thu country the bill of the House of Itcprvtentatlies, No. 0,101, as a measure fur the reduction of taxes, based allUtt upon Justlcv and good jolicy nftaTTer.MT,J-r- eitrw" cltlsen of Loulsvli, attempted to Uko hli life at the tiousetliiefuge, tbe other evening, and at last reports a there nttliejKjIntof death. At that tinin bo took a can of coal-oipoured Jt over his ontlre body, seized a match tij ,et fire to his clothing, which w a Amass of flamos. It Is not lhofatk can recover. Young Varalll oaagitva bis parent a good deal of trouble, md to save him from disgrace fneyllhlm sent to the Home of Kefugv. AroersrlllA Lucy HIce, Indicted for the m't'JTi Barbara Kallengor, her rlvafln thoaffwons of Charles Hill, was on tha UUcruItted. A MEfijttiof tbe directors of the Henderson t&tfgAt Line railroad, was held at Hcndcmnli on tho 12th, at tho onico of Hob, hleom Yeoman. Tho counties ot Headman, McLean. Ohio nnd Warren ArranemenU jwere weji JsJetafltett l, Hcrarta VAiuixt the n ion of LVarallt, a d American Oonsolanco Nooda Tonlnff Up. Sadly a asai Lasting Harrier to the Inclination ef Oar People lo do The ma Wee Harm Tal mage's Sermon. At the Tabernacle Sunday, llev. T. TAlraage, J). D., took for his text, Acta "He drew. oat his sword KvL, 27and23i and would have kill himself, supposing that the prisoners bad been fled. But Paul Do thycried with a loud voice, laylngt self no harm." The sermon was as follows: Hera ta a would-b- e 'suicide arrested In Vt deadly attempt HewM a sheriff , and, according to the Roman law, a bailiff him self must suffer the punishment due an prisoner! and If the prisoner breaking tail was sentenced tjt bo eaduageoned Pa-W- itt natural lote, pr Life Should Trove a rave sassny sttrreyot ownnw feT . ..r-r- j th I -. eawsjivifiea make any difference how you go out of the world you will land safely, the Hudson and East rivers would be so full of cnrpa HPR" t9rm- would be Impeded In their the ferry-boato err 'Bllnd BfHnla progress, and the 'crack of a suicide's vilai And plttol would be no m6re alarming than tha Ood la rumble of a street-cau nun Aad 1 have sometimes beard tt dltcutsed and rlght-ou- s While to those who whether the great dramatist was a ChrisIncoherence, I tian or not I do not know, but I know Wera in the use of that be considered appreciation ot a tuturo declare to self bit reaaoA,'"kW.act, mapa ths bond existence the mightiest -- V atrIght deatructlont between !onl K "Forwho could tear thajrhJpt and scorns of prove It? Bevela-1o- b Into ' time, ahaJt have their Thft opprcitorswfongrth& proud J man contumely, partlntita'aHaVa burntth with fire . " and brlisaH0Tclation xxlL, 16: Tne pangs of despised lotVMlaw's delay,' C .,v Wltfcout ATA.aHaercerert, and whore- Tha Insolence ot office, a4tHmrn: That patient merit of Uke4. You do not bemongers When he himself might hi; qeHmsiaaka lieve vttia'yBBprettamentf Than, With a bare bodklat who would fardels bcor, perhaps, Ten To grunt and sweat under ayefary we the ''JMiMpelUra CommandaMiThoa shalt bul B Jt that the flrcAaraiXi&lifftwdftith -- A ' these passages refer Ths undiscovered country, frssn whose bouinel kilt." 1)o ot othera? Then I No traveler returns paaies the wJUf to tho Ukrtif Yrould'.tW that theeoroners would feaV It MkHRftixl"?01 .for brave la reentering the rlgbt verdict," Axtd V o itresMABftmiv Hla Ha Ada msSBferlous In wftMnai ths iea war lHWMter, waBaWclful alfowaHraard planfeHgaUl tfeaajVwho tH Jr r. fcfK rerdlK xxI.;Brs ysHP tMWa - atteaBrt." I r Ai. V - -- y" v the V.itS Other steps looking to th pro- of tbe work were takon, nnd there doubt of the success of tbo enterIs novs-n-o prise. It Is regarded as tbe best lino of road In that section of Kentucky by men thoroughly posted tn railroad building. Mr. Mur.KY Wallace, an aged color-r- d woman, died Suddenly at her home In Hopklnsvtlle, on Hhe 12th. Hhe was the nurse of tbe lateAlbert Wallace, of who purchased her In Virginia anl brought he to Kentucky and gavo her freedom maty years ago. She was 1W years of agejend a noted character. ffDQK W. iJJackrov, of tho circuit coirt of Louliville, refusod the other mirntng to grolt Charlie Hilgor, the murderer of I'ollceinen Jones and Kosenberg, a hango of vtnue, and fixed tho 22d of (Xtober for tli double murderer's trial J. W. JKNiixH, of Bebreo City, was fmnd guilty of counterfeiting In tbo Inited Kt Ate? Court at Louisville, tbe otb-p- r morning, j Sarah CaadT, a colored woman, aged eghtyflve, living at EdilyvIHe, fell forward from S chair Into tbo fire and v as burned to death. Tuofc McCarthy committed sulcidont Louisville, by cutting his throat with a motl&o e, razor. ,, following nro tho now money order Carrsvllle. Livingston County; Columbia, Adair County; Christian County; Blaugbtcrvllle, U'ebster County. Postal notes onl- yCampton, Cairo, Honderson County; U olf County; Iloudton, Pendleton County; Hlce, Calloway County; Lovclacovlllo, fallanl County. CnARLEd Foster, a young man employed ai pilot on the steamer Lamnsco, was drowned the other night near Fnlrplay, flTe miles below Henderson. He was In ths j set of stepping from tho boat to a bargt when he fell overboard and no ski IT belli; on hand he found n watory grave, FpvTAlNK Kremer, aged slghtecn, and Miw Lucy Duckwall, aged sixteen years, wtrc married at Louisville, the other even-InTnK cSlces In Kentucky Tom-brok- e, TgK following Kentucky pensions were 8x1111-vY grunted on tho 11th: David Martin, Henry Urehor, Louisville; James Orenwood, Covington: Nathan J. Blinker, Metftlf; Andrew J. Hood, Charlotte Furnace Jasper Bteen, Camallel; minors of Wm Carson, Crab Orchard, IVelton and I Unit on, A rjei.FTjHAM was recolvej In Nepwort the her night, stating that Stanley H.n- man of that cltv, had boon shot at V Mirer. t'oL The telegram briefly stated that the nootlng was nccidentil, nnd the doctor ltd hopes of his recovery. Mr. Hay mas is n son ot Mr. G V. Ha mnu. and Is well and favorably known In Now port He u at present proprietor of a large In Denver, Cob, and his friends hoiibat he will soon recover. Ti to i Kick, who several uceks ago brut !y outraged a white woman In Lon Com v, who died from tho effects of her rme rentment, was arretted in Hopkins Coustv, and taken lack to Hddyvillo for hen found he refused to surrentrla der rill ahot tw ice. There w as great at lMdyille on tlm l'.'th, and the projects aro that KIco w 111 bo lynched. baa been established at A WaJiy, Bhelby County, nnd Thomas M. Wnuiy tommlssioned poatmaxtcr. e at (Ireenup Tn name of the Llnw Wurks, Greenup County, Ky., has been hanged to Llmevlllc J(4' Ov kliUkLD wu tituuIy Injured by tie cats uearDoyd'a Btatlou. Avoid colored woman named Harriet Cur discovered the mutilated remains of lying in Wium TrafTord, n the oods In tbe suburbs of Mayfleld. Ills heavwan cruthed as If by a heavy stick, his throat was cut from ear to ear, nnd hop bad devoured part of the body. at once rested on a loy named John Carttf , aged 17, the son of a butcher. stnrted In search of him, and fouo- - him at Coldwater, twclvomllosfrom post-ofllchorse-trader, But-plc- ia tows. Tn Kentucky National Dank brought uit In Chancery nt LonUvlllo, against Kdvird Dull, the proprietary modlctno Tho man, for $1'J,M) obtained In lbT plalitth takes out an attachment ngalnst tbf iefeudaiit's IntoifnL In thu great Dull ettit1, which la now In the hands of tho y Lfulsvlllu Safety Vault and Trust Com-Paa- UrTICLFS of Incorporation of the Order cf Clnclnnatna wcrolcft for record In tho county clerk's otllce, Newport, n few days ago. The object ot tho company Is to pro-Juc- e, furnish, or nld In producing or fur nishing public entertainments, parados, pageants, fairs, festivals, etc, and to erect and maintain suitable buildings necessary or convenient therefor. Iho capital stock U $7,CMX, divided Into sbmes of ?X0 eovlu The Incorporators nro Meesro. A. S, lleny, Jno, D. ilouby, Thomas Y, (Jraydon, Ueo. T. Btcrritt, William L. Hobinton nnd Adolph Pluemer. Dexnis and Thomas Hark, of Henry County, were In Loulsvlllo on tho St h, looking for a nmdstone. Dach Is accompanied by a son, who wn bitten by n cat that showed symptoms of being mad. Tho cat had boen bitten by a dog aud was rushing frantically about tho place, biting at every living thing it saw. Tho mad cat alarmed tho whole neighborhood, and In an effort to kill her she bit tho two children, and a cow And a horse. As yet the little ones have shown no evidence of the rabies, but the parents nre terribly alarmed and are anxiously looking for a remedy, Mns. Dkmxa Wadei.l wat naiufullv in jured, At Covington, by the explosion of a gasoune stovo. Tug other afternoon, while a party of twelve or fifteen ladles and gentlemen at Buchanan, on tho Chattarol railroad, were out pteasuro riding on a hand-car- , a sad accident Iwfell tho party. Ibo dross of Mlts Mnrthn Hutchinson, nged eighteen years, caught In tho wheel nnd tho wat burled violently to tho ground, and Instantly killed, her neck being broken. Hei titter and another joung lady were throw ii olf and badly Injured. e A has been eHtnblUhed ai Mlddlenborough, Hell County, mitt (1. U VVhltlock comuilasluned postmaster. post-oillc- ment. Tbe sheriff had received especial charge to keep a abarp lookout for Paul Th Government bad net had And Silas. confidence In bolts and bars to keep safe these two clargymenr about whom there soemed to be something ttronge aad superw natural. Sure enough, by miraculous power, they are free, end the sheriff, waking out of a sound aletp, and supposing thste ministers bad run away, and knowing that they were to die for proachlng Christ, and realising that he must therefore die, rather than go under tho executioner's axe on the morrow and suffer pudIo disgrace, resolves to precipitate bis own decease. But before the harp, keen, glittering dagger of the sheriff oould strike his heart, one of tbe unloosened prisoners arret ts tbe blade by the command ! "Do thyself no harm." In olden time, and where Christianity bad not Interfered with It, suicide was considered honorable and a sign of courpoisoned himself age. Dembtthenea Emtold that Alexander's when the demanded bassador bad nrrenrler nt the Athenian orators. ItOC- fates killed hlmlf rather than surrender to Phillip or Macedon. cato, ratner xnn tnbmlt U Julius Caesar, took his own Ufa, and after three tiniea his wounds had bean drcsted tore them open and perished. Mlthrldatea killed himself rather than submit to Pompey, tho conqueror. IfAnnlbAl destroyed bis lfe by polton from bis ring, considering Ufa unbearable. Lycurgua a suicide, Brutus a suicide. After the disaster of Moscow Napoleon always carried with him a preparation of opium, and ono night his servant heard the arise, put something in a glass and drink It. and toon after tbo groans aroused all tbe attendants and It was only through utmost medical skill he was resuscitated from the stupor of the opiate. Timos have changed, and yet the Amer-IcA- n conscience needs to be toned up on the subject of suicide. Have you seen a paper In the last month that did not announce the passage out of llf o by one's own behest! Defaulters, alarmed at the Idea ot exposure, quit life precipitately. Men losing large fortunes go out Of the world because they can not enduro earthly existence. Frustrated affection, domestic Infollelty, dyspeptic. Impatience, anger, remorse, envy, Ja lousy, destitution, misanthropy aro considered aufllclent cAuse for absconding from this life by Tarls by laudanum, by belladonna, by Sroen, dagger, by baiter, by leap from the abutment of a luidge, by More cases of felo de se In the last two years than any two years of the world's existence, and more In the Inst month than In any twelve months. The evil Is more and more spreading. A pulpit not long ago expressed some doubt as to whether there was really any thing wrong about quitting this life when It became disagreeable, and there are found In retpectable circles people apolo-- g ft tlo for tbe crime which Paul lu the text Arrested. 1 shall show you before I get through that sulolde Is the worst of all crimes, and I shall lift a warning unmla-t- a table. Dut la the early part of this sermon 1 wish to admit that some of the best Christians tfcst have ever lived have com mltUd but always In and not rponlbIe, I have no more doubt about their otornal felicity than 1 have of the Christian tvho dies In his bed In tho delirium of typhoid fever. While the shock of the catastrophe Is very great, I charge all those who have had Christian friends under cerebal aberration step off tho boundaries of tbts life to have no doubt about their happiness. The dear Lord took tbem right out of their dated and frenxled ttate Into perfect safety. How Christ feels toward the tpaane you may know from tho kind way rte treated thedemontaoof Gadara and the child lunatic, and the potency with which be huthed tempests either of sea pr brain. Scotland, the land prolific ot Intellectual giants, had none grander than Hugh Miller. Groat for science and groat for Ood. fie came of the best Highland blood, and was a descendant of Donald Roy, a man eminent tor piety aud the rare gift of second eight. Ills attalnments,ollmblng up at he did from tbe quarry, and the walla of tho stonemason, drew forth tbe astonished admiration ot Bucklnnd and Murcb-liothe sctentltts, and Dr. Chalmers, the the61ogln, and held unlverattles xpell bound while bo told tbem the story ot what he had soon of God lu the old red sandstone. That man did more than any being that ever lived to show that tbe Ood ot the bills Is tho Ood of the Bible, and he struck his tuning-foron the rocks of Cromarty until he brought geology and theology accordant In Divlno worship. His two books, entitled "Footprints of the CreAtor" and tbe 'Testimony ot the Hocks," proclaimed the banns of an everlasting marriage between genuine science and revelation. On this latter book he tolled dav and Otgat through love ot nature and love of Ood, until he could not alsepr and bis brain gave way, nnd ha wo,s found dead with a revolver by bis tide, the cruol Instrument having had two bnlltta one for him and the other for the gunimith who at the coroner's lnauett was examining It and fell dead. Have you aov doubt ot tho beatification or Hugh Miller, After his hot brain had ceased throbbing that winter night In his study at Fortobellof Among the mightiest of earth, among tbe mightiest of Heaven. Ho one doubted the piety t William Cowper, the author of those ihrea great hymns i "Oh, for a Clotor Walk With Ood." "What Various Hlndararicas We Meet." 'There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood." William Cowper, who shares w Itii Isaao Watts and Charles Wesley the chief honors of Christian byinnology. In Hypochondria bo resolved to take bis own llfef and rode to the Hirer Tnamts, but found a man seated on tome goods at tbo very point from which he expeotsd to spilng, and rode back to bit home, and that night threw hliuaelf upon hit own knife, but the blade broke, and then he banged hlmtulf to the celling, but the rope No wonder that when Ood mere! ully delivered him from tbnt awful dementia ho sat down and wrbto that other hrmu. Just as memoiablei -s. k wna to have suffered capital pnnttbment, tbon the sheriff mutt auffer capital punish- years: and if orea m X TBf U made you th&wopt nootherllfe. He gave vou as wesVns with which to defend It two aria to strike back assailants, two eyes to watcl for Invasion, And a nntural love of Ufa. Which ought aver to be on the Alert AtsAtslnatlon of others la a mild crime compared with the assassination of yourself, because In the latter case It It trtachery to an especial trust; tt Is the turrender ot a cattle you were especially appointed to keep; It Is treason to a natural law, And It Is treason to Ood nddod toordlnary murder. To show how God In the Bible looked upon this crime, I point you to the rogue's picture gallery In some parts ot the Bible toe pictures of the people who have committed this unnatural crime: Here Is the headless trunk of Saul on the walls of Bathsban. Hers ts the man who chased feat In stature chasing little David-t- en four. Here it the man who consulted a clairvoyant Witch of En dor. Here Is a man who, whipped In battle, Instead ot surrendering hit sword with dignity, as many a man hat done, aaka bla servant to slay htm, and when the servant declines, then the giant plants tho hilt of the sword In the earth, the sharp point sticking upward, and be throws his body on It and expires, the coward, the suicide. Here ts Ahlthopbel, the Mecbtavelllot olden times, betraying hit best friend, David, In order that be may become Prime Minister ot Absalom, and Joining that fellew In bis attempt At parricide, Not getting what he wanted by change ot politics, ho takes a short cutout of a disgraced life into the suicide's eternity. There ho Is, the In-Hero is Ablmelooh, prActlcally a suicide. Me Is with an srruy, bombarding a tower, when a woman In the tower takes a grindstone from Its place and drop It upon his head, and, with what life he had left tn his oracked skull, ha commands bis armor-beare- r: "Draw thy sword and slay me, lest men say a woman alew mo." There Is his post-morltphotograph In the Book ot Hamusl. Bat tb hero of this group Is Ju-dItcarlot Dr. Donne says be was a martyr.and ws have In our day apologists for htm. And what wonder, In this day when we bare a book revealing Aaron Burr as a pattenuf virtue, and In this day when we uncover a statue to Oeorge Sand as the benefactreti of literature, and tn this day when ths re arebetrayals of Christ on tbe part of somi of His pretendod apos tles a betrayal to black it makes the InAte 1 lng read Infidel books and Attended infidel' lectures, which obliterated from this man's mind all appreciation of any thing Ilka future retribution, he committed I" famy of Judaa Iicarlot white! Yet this man by his own land hung up for the execration of All Ages, Judas Iscarlot Alt tho good mm and women of the Bible left to Ood ths decision of their earthly terminus, and they could have said with Job, who had a right to commit suicide If Any man ever bad what with his destroyed property, and his body all aflame with Insufferable carbuncle, and every thing gone from heme except the the chief curse of it, n pestiferous wife, and four garrulous people pelting him with comfortless talk while he sits upon a heap ot ashes scratching his scabt with a piece of broken pottery, yet crying out In trluiuphi "All the days of my appointed time will I watt till my change comes." Notwithstanding the Bible Is against this evil, And the aversion which It creates by the loathsome and ghastly spectacle ot those who have hurled themselves out of life, and notwithstanding Christianity Is against It, and the arguments and the useful Hres and ths !l'u:tr!eu; daths of ! dlsolples, It Is a fact alarmingly patent that suicide Is on ths Increase, What It the cantef I charge upon infidelity and agnosticism this whole thing. If there be no hereafter, ortf that hereafter l Wilful without rsferenc to hw w lire and how we die, why not move back the folding doora between this world and the next? And when our existence hare beoomes troublesom w by not pats right over Into clysluxnf Put this down among yanr most solemn reflections, and consider It after you goto your homes; there has never been a cats of suicide where the operator was not either demsntsd, and therefore Irresponsible, or an lnfidsL I challenge alt the ages and I challenge tbe whole universe. There never has besn a case ot true Hon, while In full appreciation of his LIVINO FOR MONEY Immortality, ami of tbe fact that that immortality would be glorious or wretched In the Wages of Life, Nat In Those cf according as be accepted Jstut Christ or Trade, Ides Trrte lie ward. rsjibted HIt, He who lives for money must bo contont-o- d You say t&.feuslnesi trouble, or you with money alone at the return of his say it la elelral currents, or It Is this, or labor; he mutt notexpoct attainment wr tt Is that, or It Is the other thing. Why reputation la any other lino than that of a money not go clear back, my friend, and acknowl-dg- s money.gcUcr. And in order to gstplane ot that, In evsry case, It la the abdica- he mutt work and plan on the It Is true that many tion ot reason or the teaching of Infidelity, moro man gets money In tho line of an which practloally saysi Vlf you don't like profession, but not If business or this life, Kt out of It, And you will land, raonoy.gettlng la hla primo object thoro. either In annihilation, where there are no No man can be foremost In any waited notes to par, no persecutions to suffer, no pursuit If ho cares more for money returns gout to torment, or vou will land where of that pursuit than for the pursuit Itself. there will bo ov try tblngglonous and nothNo physician can boooino eminent In hla ing to pay for It" Infidelity always bas profession who care more for hla fees been apologetic for self Immolation. After than for his patients. No lawyer can bo a greet lawyer who gives tho first place In Tom Paint's "Age ot Reason" was pubto make out of lished and widely rsavd, there was a marked his thoughts to what he Is No manufactevery case ho undertakes. Increateof urer or Inventor can rlso stove his aver-agA man In Loudon heard Mr. Own delivfellows while he thinks chiefly ot er his lnfidl lactura on Socialism and Ho man can serve two went horns, tat down And wrote these nutters in any sphere of life. If money Is Jeius Christ ts one of the weakwordtt what ho llvo for, he mutt find his satis, Pocatlarly a It est obaracttn In history, and the Blblels faction In the greatest pottlble deception, " and then true that literature and art aro pursuit shot blrntelf. David Hume wrote thete that forbid aucyoss to those who enter "Mark Twain," words! "H would be no crime for roe to them at yeumj divert tfaa 'Io or ths Danube from Its not long ago, gave wlto counselthetofirst remoney as natural bd. Where, then, can be the writersofwho sought thoir literary labors reminding crime In my diverting a few drops of blood ward them that mere manual labor would bring from their ordinary channel?" Aud havspeedier cash returns than literary ing written the essay he loaned It to a which were undertaken as a means of friend, the friend read It, wrote a latter personal support And now tho of thanks and admiration. And shot blrnauthor of "Dr Joky and Mr. telf. Hyde " gives similar counsel to thoto who In an llousseau, Voltaire, Olbbon, Montaigne, would mako art their Scrior.er't XI juim ho iyt: "If under certala circumstances, ware apoloto bo your trade, weed getic for islMinraolatlon. Infidelity puts you adopt an art fur up no bar to people's rushing out from this yourmlnJ at the outset ofalldosiro may dooontly expect, f world Into tbe next They teach us It money What you and much Industry, some talent does not makt any difference how you live you havo Income at a clerk will earn wltn such an here or go out of this world, you w III land Is tenth, or a twentieth, of your a either lu anobllvlous nowhere ora glorious nervous output .Nor havo you the rlgut And Infidelity holds the upsomewhere. to look for moro, In the wages of life, not per end of tbe rope for the suicide, and Inthowjgoa of Irude, ties your row.irdt pistol with which a man blows the work is hero the wages And 10 It tt Alms the his brains out, and mixes the strychnlno In all wurii ou auy hlgn pluuo of human for the hist mallow. If Infidelity could ondeavor, ' In tbe wages of life, notlu rftlw carry tho day and persuade tho majority wagosoftrado lie tho rowirdi Ihew-iS. & of peopU In this country that It doa not lUolf la tue- wuea." s, self-domoney-getteronuo-bllng -o money-gettinmoney-gottlnroonoy-scokers vent-urekeen-wilte11 Ah! Infidelity, stand up and take thy sentence I In the preaenceot Ood and angels and men, stand up, thou monsteri thy lip blasted with blasphemy, thy chesk scarred wltblutt, thy breath foul with tho corruption ot the ages I Stand up, Satyr, filthy goat buzxard ot the nations, leper of the centuries! Stand up, thy monster Infidelity! Part man, part panther, part reptile, part dragon, stand up and take thy sentence Thy hands rod with the blood In which thou hast washed, thy feet crimson with the human gore through which thou hast waded, stand op and take thy sentence! Down with thee to the pit and sup on tbe sobs and groans of families which thou hast blatted, and roll on the bed of knives which thou hatt sharpened for others, and let thy mutlc be the everlasting miserere of those whom thou hast damned I brand tbe forehead ot Infidelity with all tbe crimes ot for tbe last century on the part of those who bad their reason. wh. My friends, tt ever your lite, through Its abrasions and Its molestations, should seem to be unbearable, and you are tempted to quit by your own behest, do not consider yourself as worse than others. Christ himself was tempted to catt Himself from tbe roof of the temple; but as he resisted, so retlit ye, Christ came to medicine all our wounds. In your trouble I prescribe o tr Hfo Inst Pojplowho hav hn t It worse than uu w III ever have It havo gone songful on the way. Hdmember that Ood keeps tho chronology of your life with as much precision as He keops the chronology of nations, your death as well as your cradle. Why was It that at midnight. Just at midnight, the destroying angel struck the blow that set the Israelites free from bondage? Ths four hundred and thirty years up twelve were at o'clock that night The four hundred and thirty years were not up at eleven, and one o'clock would have beon tardy and too lato. The four hundred and thirty years were up at twelve o'clock, and the destroying angel struck the blow, and Israel was free And Ood knows just the hour when tt Is time to lead you up from earthly bondage. By His grace make not tho worst of things, but the best of tbem. If you must take the pills, donot chew them. Your everlasting rewards will accord with your earthly purturbn-tlonjust as Cnlus gave to Agrlppa a chain of gold as heavy as bad been a chain of Iron. For tbe asking and I do not know to whom I speak In this august assemblage, but the word may be especially appropriate for your asking you may have the same grace that was given to the Italian martyr, Algerlus, who, down In the darkest ot dungeons, dated his letter from "the delectable orchard of the Leonine prison." And remember that this brief Hfo of ours is surrounded by a rim a very thin, but very Important rim and close up to that rim Is a great eternity, and you had better keep out ot tt until God breaks that rim and separates this from that To get rid of the sorrows of earth, do not rush into greater sorrow s. To got rid of a swarm ot summer intects, leap not Into a Jungle of Bengal tigers. There Is a ccrra'.Tlcss vrcrld, and It Ii so radiant that tbo noonday sun Is only the and tho aurora that lowest door-ttetlghle upouruurtheru heavens, confounding astronomers as to what It can be, Is tU waving of the banners o the procession come to tako tbo conquerors borne from Church militant to Church triumphant, and you and I have ten thousand reasons for wanting to go there, but we will never or Im- get there cither by All our sins slain by the EsnlUncy. caroo to do that thing, we wmit to gu iit at jtul tt tlui dlv'.nwly Arranged, and from a couch divinely spread, and then the clang of tbe sepulchral gates behind us will be overpowered by the clang ot tbe opening of the solid pearl before us. O, Ood, whatever other's may chose, give me a Christian's life, a Christian's death, a Cbrlttian's burial, a Christian's Immortality ' 1 1 'i pup - 2'' i evssj -- eL. Lwyivtfi 4 MMi."! B..r .fxifc 'if twrmwiJ.iLtjLikwaJL..TJJtjsrsT "r wwwtnnwwii'i hiiih mXmimipwrmwni WflillW aXTE3T7i7" ELXiXj .TID TESTSilEfc 1 O-ObU- S 8 J?L C3rDFt-a.r- I NiW OODS! IDJSJiIL.jaur, -- A.T1 AA C53A.IK! sH t'ar- a m g& JSeaittilul oi LAUlliU' AAJJ UIIJJJUIEAV UliAJ'V, in nil 6 ;. iutiic $& oj of ' t --- eijli-s- . Brown-Dosnoycrs 1? ccM.ratc.1 -- L 3L THH 3? & ceSs m.A. 0?5j J NOVELTIES I s$& fees. , T A largo Hue JU;7iS' J E3 THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., rituiAY, National ,IA7 CIW.DltAs s(W-, ku. A iMnguinccnt ftp t . JZ-XS'- Ins Glee-son- ann ZLT 9 jt fitti V& wc t fe. ra ss .. bnl filling Clothing I, 3 ,he tast fitting ami most reliable Slioo innilo in tlie UnlUil ,',,. YOUTHS and JIOYS' CL011I1XQ, Ackurlnml it N'yler's make, (lie licsl mailo niul in tliu marked im""'""wm W DTOV. 6T cUtia (no icennniicnn IF Hottest Campaign en Record. Ilu And (Sits Io " My Stock is Large and AflU be Sold ennr-co- ,MtMMwwaMwwwM at tfce LWcst Possible Prices I I nt J Call and See tlicm! 3B oor. 19, SEiSGM 1888 Fh h On motion of N UainiuomU, It Uorilt-lent counts, bulldoxin rass bands and torchlight pro innlmliic i'U troni ov orii, nlicru Iiu hit Thc Sttfest virtuo who refuse to he en for two months, when ho wJ imIoiis, to arouse them to tlio lm rd that Jm1 Joshu.t Nnrlor, tjr nnij - of nu" kiliPr hiA onioe at County Juilg, lw, he U vote tlio Democratic ticket, nnd'inttorviewod hv n Knshvillo Dnmi. portanco of going to tho polls on Wfo r hfirhr ntitntiitpil PAhtiff Company in the such an Issue t Doubt.! all other manner, means tuidmeth crnt reporter: ThoEtostilt Tut FflBVflaawaiiaBBKaalLrXaaaaW ultnn county for tho ficat hj odR of poluieni devilment nnd frniiAml vlnw nf tin "Wlmtlw tlm r uncy V.rltU colored, on Sat- - ins lict. 1, Wl unit he ii hf rtir ntithoriiM . " ' !...i u.4 iPreiuuice, iiien wiiuu cimiino- Ir is itiint nn tnkon hv w Vorlr Tlr' Hut tlie Iein l an4 fllrrotrtl toiMiVf all ooMt for ihm -- w... "" . ttKv fdtthl hist, shot nnd wound nupjort, maintenance) iinJrAi of anr pu-wbSs Hi. pcvtM ltriiz uiere xor sucn n neon o iuh snon ocnitsr' . or juiiip'ra for )M term; kml a section to proNperl If it bo LhvvvihV 'Theynre very much elated. The id her stepfather, Arthur shoul claim for any serviced or unplft tti.il do $2L0,OOOtOOO. will The wound was In the t trtirV tlirill tvllV la It tlmt un i..l.i.flrni.llmn.,t .1 l.nt 1... V uuuiwi : """ ne unlelMclHjr n der, ti.a' irAaMA..Mnin...n..iM iii :.. till T " wwimuji "" .,,,i,,,J .o"""'3" ,a l4,'lfc "".uu lie ipeu hi Hi- -nnd only slicht. Her I'AIIIII tul tnanv rnniM oner, nj Uiq auihorUtl b- - I'olifies Nonforfeitable lifter tlirco jenrs, nnd all claims paid voiuvii m . viiiiimi i ill I counijr or v ..mt iiuiutiauc ili .1....i.r..i ci tr .i. ' of foreIKnerfl, are by the light between the Tuiiim it.) """' ftd ? aliolilout! of .J(0 for n,llonu furtlcr onlerttl thai the Canity iinini'dintdv on receipt of proofs of death. and most stubbonj rn u peeKing homes in tho South, risk- - Hall T.or any in the hlatoiy of tho United ,lir ti,eir Hves and nroner tr to Vow and . Countv Doiimcraor ftM'amnco at the Ciromt .Counrierl hwihc iBtirU Yn C01irt iU tlcfimt Of Which BhO Uohe'MUtfCMah.otllMlllcVldMlCoVRIM. A. ' men to tho rolls, ni.d Atr States. Ill XUW lorkiXowJcr- condition t And yet bung more and Puium FuUoniaa. WflfJ c0nimltted to jail. eij, Conneeiicnt lmhat a iiuuois, ,ioe8 not every Hepublieati paper whllo they tuny split on tho local Aemiratieii. . low a, Wisconsin, ucii gau, .Mlti- - thronphout the land represent thnt ticket they will nil w riio yellow fever epidemic is TAYLOK, ritrV. votobrClew llCarlv nvnp. Tim II. UUC!IAM It. L. ALKXANUKU CcifAl Vf. C. IIALTZ1:Kv T. UC60t(1, L.tlltOrmaOliU reaUa.tll0.fl.nAo thiiiirn nrrtfriinf w w i r r ..w rntiftrta fr in ' IIWVtMl IIIIIM " IIIUlI'l'UMUlll i!. i Un i.nt nil 1....1 'PI. i;tCtl( l.wl. ....!.. 'vi'vim ""I I ... !! Jllll .1 FOR PRLSIBENT, luorators intuit of New York Slao, some e ei vwhero continue fuvnritblp. n....tl.....A.....1 " ' Ul ' " Kepnhllcan ' 1 ic fever now onlvexists nt ,,... nrtB iruumfi.u ... CROYER CLEVELAND, cal battles is indescribable. Ihe iirnniOi tlm ani,,n ..wu. ...v II I'iinUW ...i.i. political speakings in these States any eiuzen oi ivoniuoKy, J'wvg ivv)vww Otl WllkilO "III ..i....i an " Fla., and" Decatur, Ala., wime, lievelamrs attract from 1,000 to jO.000 people, colored, jicmocrat. Kepublieuu. see no reasonntlmlnistnitnn,shouW " tl "itcr 01 canes ami deaths m:m i'oscic why thert and to read the descriptions of uncelcr, or rrohlbitiomst, think bo a change. Acaiu, Nor York, 'jfcsciiliiff each day. OnlynMiort 1IKK.T1AX, KY. FOR tho enthusiasm and excitement that such charges nie calculated fisiilo from tho manufacturing elc- - tin,' .u,ul il completely pi evading 'b season. is opposed to protection for I,wir for G, THURMAN stand how one canscaiccly under- to aid in the improvement and tho people havo time ttcii netnc ot our Iiomca I Can tuotection's hake." C'apt. 1M. l'arley, of Paducah, o atihacta r.y business or attend ,iey belicvo that the election of a "How do tho laboring oen in is tho lippublican OF OHIO nominco for o tho daily duties of hie. hvery- - Jepnblicim President upon a fcel- - the City of New York staid o. Congress in this District against tluiigis politics, and every man, nf nmi. nrn,iii,.n, fi ain.,,1,.,. tho tariiTf" Hon. J. Stono. Farley was Tni: Cincinnati IMn regaUfl; MgtiFilfftl n( rrflv ' lmMnrM, we fMoifidl IIclt thr ralrnmt rn,lUI "Vd i,!l!c,,f U I,0,1ll,c,l?- - Th0 ran in any wy help Kcutuckv, or They generally favor trviff re the Internal Itovcnno Collector of i. A!tUWIn mai)r fr clfpetllif frr of titcis mat Ulevelanil w 1 fr four matittti, dlcuittrtl i Approved M lIi)t;,?0Crnlf.;il "'"? nny Souther; State onto pros form, nnd understand the, que. for this Disttict under ptfer fnnU iLre? or four Xorthcm Spates In LiMi iiiillll; "Mil UJU IMIUIUQIUSIU U1IU President tt 0 Will it encouruco immi tion. Tho papers of Ner York Arthnr. rate ot r cetit. to those he carried in 1K8I. t aonuti). conlideiice of victory, and tho gration to tho South, tho Invest aro nearly all positively oi pasTho science of advertising is IIkx Lb Fc JEepuhlieaus are lighting with that ment of cipltal. or the establish sively for CIorpMiiri." desperation that realizes they merit of good will and fraternal Vi:c thinks that Ohio may be What kind of following hn to so identify your iniitin w ith your classed its a doubtful State this must win tids time ornover again. love! Ou the contrary. is there a Henry George in New Y'orft this business that tho public cannot forget you. It is impossible for IIUCHANkS year, all on account of tho tariff. The candid, honest, tbmkhig citi- Democratic paper, or a Democrat- year!" C IIAI.T7I.K. It. M. ALKXANPEH. J. M. KFl'D .. . i.ii- - . i... zen, no matter whether he is n ic speaker, In all the laud, North J w row on u w r joiinson ALtAAXDKR. j mrgei u unnso inai 4FulIy ns much ns ho haddurSA.you Democrat, see if jou Democrat ih an iiuuuuai cousuuier oi prim- can't induce ono inoio voter to go sec, when a or Republican, must or South, that in anywise counte- tug mojusi prcsiuonuaicamp,:?-!to the polls on the Gth of Novem- ly made, thutlight is thus stubborn- nance such charges ! Hence, it is and his support of Cleve'nm! uil ers iiu;. tho -- OI.1 LU.I..V Prison nt Rich ber, and thereby help to swell ful, and no man result is doubt that under Cleveland's ndmtuis- - counteract a great deal of can know who tmtlnn ttin QnntlinMt itAnhL ltnA should it exist in oher monil, tlint was sold to ii Chicnuo Cleveland and Thurman's majority will bo elected until the votes nro fll0oil on equal grounds with the quarters." in Kentucky. aculator (o iemovcil to uuumi-u- . iiu, nimip, as ireo people of the other States, and "How do the capitalists gonfT.nl elty h n catchbopenny show, Hmt lMrrSor fV lino C07QILL'S ZYS SALV2 Camdkn, of West uLiPiioiiw puowuie nave prospered in common with ly fitand!" never neon paid for and will re-- ! Virf;itiluv mi 8 that State will have for n partisan o be, the Coukieu them. Tho desire for a common 'Those who do not belong strict- main Wlicro it in. !' Nriiml;U anil ItliruiaatMD, a solid Democratic delegation In says that the Democratic outlook prosperity, DKALMtS IX and for an equal ly to tho claos are fop the Fifty llrst Congress, and the is bright, and far better in ovcry d.nncc, should prompt white, Cleveland. partisansay COVTGILL'S W2AS2L OIL. They his jPHUOS, Ml nnNr, Duoks, i Mio.NLUY, ntl ehooIPtipiliM. State is certain for Cleveland and respect than it was in 1&34 when black, Hepublicans,and policy has been sound, that o( Claims. Cously Thurntau. was elected. ndI'or Pile, Fi-rtlonlsts. alike, with Democrats, to have been prosperous under isfillw M)lS, TYH( and MrTUKCS COVQILL'S PIL3 0IKT3IZKT. ISSMSSS. vote for Cleveland, Hon. Sam Randall has recov-croand wo are for him. Most of they Ht'Xl HUIMINTH.OII.S WFSI3 LlltUlS ur Mtdiral mt. HfVKMty, Ky Oct Sih, 18sS. Now ns in 1831, the successful his health sufllciently to make great independent element, that U& For Tetter ami Kinworm, u imrt of Halms thU A (11: NTH 1'OK 1IIK a rousing speech for Cleveland ticket must win 201 electoral' pins its faith to no party, bnt votes-fotiikjohoi ami ntr.ur.u. Lati nnu IJitmnaii in rhlhulclphm. last votes. Now ns then the Southern T what Is considered for the, j hrij rr Fulton MMntjr. prw.dniR me cowsill's tztxsp. ointme:t: . . .. William K.Moore, tho knight of goou t a. i wutcb wim ine iui ii,nmu Satuidny. He endorsed States will ffivo Olovelauinrjt nf .llit I II APti ll. n ml llltilndB oi ino couiury, lUliiKS tlic ..rtot-- :;. IlammoD.I. ItiTKor Wormi, bba uiuiuco tisuuir. Diiiiiu mvtneso certain, wlilch Jcnvci only iiuuut'iii lfH turiT policy. . i i. .irxnuerv J t Mtne, V U Ailf. I. (says tho Nashville Democrat, Is in J.TT.Mok J K MjO.ht A Ki:ntlckv'j3 Democratic speak-ei- s 4S otes for him to win hft the out In n Jo uir card in tho Memphis "Aside from ew iork', what no ? ' i J Jotei, ami J K. jltmhart j tKs iCcwgilTs Ploasant Worn Syrup Northern States. In you think of tho political sitcalioti tr car lpM lif7 are in tho doubtful States, tiQ claim, were allowed atil order- SATISFACTION UVAItAXThSIi OH appeal in support of buennuirs throughout the country, and what Tilt; MOXET HEFUXDIW. buttling for Cleveland and Thnr-ma- ried New York, Now Jersy, Indi- "torch and dagger" plan of recti- b piil out of count lerj of li$$: ana and Connecticut, which pio f t effect Is the tariff issue having on , u ttitke. vrk m pnar f.rw In Kentucky, it is an 4 brMf ijiiik uiu iiiuiiiia hiiu jioiiiirai tho caninaignP For Salr hy tli Proprietor, him,l.'Il),orl8morothanhenfedcd. in It campaign, one neighbor ex-- ! .uLHimua ui iiiu ouuiuvni iieupie. j think, .md tho nam opinion 'j? rani iHmtj, l,.SrM HtMt ruJ WIICnU'WILLUKOCT TJ1E43T pected to work with another, to 'Vi 17 74 J. W. C0WG1LL, generally held by Xow York! J "IVs U,ar Druggisl, The Democrats expect to carry inneuug gei u iiiu vote. uie .un. somcwiiai Democrats, that there is no doubt . . H.rJ, unir imU.I . dt (J.. MANUrACTCflKRK OFTIIK CEM'llKATKl) Jt8B3 Hickman, Kf. the four States named th.se.tr ui iaie, auu ue kiios iiiai ineor .ilrt. vrt. H AM) r i.M.....Iwk..i.rJwn., v... i What has become of Gov. by Increased majorities, but New ' T "r. r4 frUiwr.i4itK. iiiwji neonlo iiwi with Sherman neetleut niul I mliVnn.i will rn ,.rull"t i v.r mr.tin.taw tii.m Knott, Geo. Cerro Gordo .. ..' l r...i:...... tit .i .. .. tf ".. : ; r- v. 11in -r mr William Lintleny, Oscar TurCO "' "... .rA" "'". "V" "u?" 'U"V ocmllc. It Ualso generally be iu. IU w .t r :i ;; wir.WMCV.1. ftvibft. ft ( i,;r,""r ner, Col. Sweeney, nnd a host of if i,x UaUf W Uirg rMft, Heved that California nnd Nevada IT, Juialn Now York, NexJer-cnecticut, or matinliMirvqiii, I7f against them, which is another .? Ht, )MfwrMfl TMbl Democratic speakcis, who were ecy CO BU u 9U1 ltW. llMWf f 4 rtWc and Connecticut will via, if way of saying that they will not will be carried by tho Democracy, hu t, wont to receive itotiora at tlio and that Oregon and Colorado are tho Democrats lose Indiana. n4r. I'OWULL 1II.OC H.Maff uHhv permit tho South to go Dembcrat- - among the probabilities. I believe hands of tho Domorntlo party, CO .H!0SaAN. a? ZZSTUCSI ic If they cau prevent It by incit- - that the Democrats mavmrrv Illi- - J, otiiuk changes. that their voices are not heard in ' Hits ricsit eiitlal cammiimif Iln '1 In addition to tho alio, dm lnff nssassliiatloii and insurrection. 'noisand Iowa, especially tho form-- ' 1 rMnJVrKV.i ffm'fl nils iiorsn has iiErEXTi.v hkkn up for ftrrntnmoiMlIon of uia ""oa m"''aoatHl reasoning and not a mere T ftpueches except when catnlulutesf; i Cabfornin, Nevada, Iowa, Mich- - .me" VlV0 :? rT,T,2rrt,uT,L . !J ? Innmrurm and Hi te trmelint public nroH w ibconmn kimi ... . J ;eiiiuieiicHi,uigiil idea, xno lanii zm ' 11H,, ;; ., Tin: truo nitvninpinnn nr iinI,Ka" .Jilc0sa, ihrtNfMiuuw4, y erali ricn room, nie tvin, ni tntinrc W GO Cturantcfil to all whontop wliti n AS IJemocraUcWm ' , "u. ?...1." " " ' !" ! been more tboronchly J4 crand I).,o.n.ff , to, i'vA . UU iHacmHiiofl .lnrinn- tlm nnxiniit .nn. llOril n. NOVlldn atlll 31 Umii HI wjih niiuiih,uu wuih Ui """-'Irat cllbf men Hill find Uc bctt oi attcu- ..I. ll. rcf.t tor hiiuUr . luli-- o.. i... " . iift.Uon at our houne. "i lory and desolation. Mr. Moore ".?:r".UIBw,,e"."0li0U " tMItlon. we carrr a did line of ' -.. . Hma lawn. MiniioBntM A.,.i Pafi mat ue is a oouiueru man: ...,. irt ,nnM;u..in,t i. iSt .b. vtunticii. 2 .i.. ta.- -i Co 0 has not e .on the poo ? FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES Inoli, . ? "n. Tp 1 ,". ,h M ,. ItUmt In ,: ""TT"!',!LfcM "- -t hlch w lnlte Attention. Our irlcen ,. K"'V State where tho lm eat majority of MV K.,w V..r?fr ."" iR wqnucnullr strong flcltts, Lut ".'."" imrns "" fearfully A10 narrow iim.Ul8 ln.,.1 n,i "." v"' .::'.: T tho odds nro tbo,..i,..t.t "., MEainst . W,11C" leaft of" Khcrmi!!. Aa a r. m.onlo nro ncrionltnriatii.tlia.W5 "viaViSiiMNwir:.- ii5 a4 low a the lowe-- t. ' FHIi tw J.n4 5) iV... n..,Z """" cHiiru iHi.i.nm ;.t. "v r IlC center ol. 1'ront i"" nmjuiuicD umi 'iiirnura bi' ineir own intcrceiB iii" v ,. - i.r .cwfci nnuuMi. ..... " fjickman garble Works, Vlcr," ,n,i". J'O desires tho ,cipr enough to vote for tariff "' lcrcillblo to expect tiller BHC31 ... Idom nation of tho white roep by, for, J, .' .. EMITS -- . 9 jury im tfcjfi run i(ATiiiiiiifniin nmi'f ommi .. hid umiiiui, uuii iiiuiuiu ui iuw it l frt n tn il t la IIICKMAX, . . KY. J !t tn a . T n r bugahoo of CLA11K & MADDOX, viee and corruption over no frco . ' ,er. tlloro ro . ' fre0 nnv of thefiP MtnttA aa toft-j- ,m,u IM, imice, ;,. . ',Uri: . Mil !.... .. HICkUAN, KESTUOKY. r Urm (Cbr. Kentucky and Clinton Slrtttt,) 21 M a m:duasica man named Ole Ilariison, and must fight forevrery "rn.Koui.-e- , noniibiy nnu i uio ; tra(lcr8 for tlm traditions nf niih T lUlloir, ItiraUToq ..... rofel C. Hblte )o It ( f uuiisou. is so - - - AT, IIICKMAX, M AMTk'o, f.r iMirUwkr certain that Uleve- - inch of cronud. mid Ireen nn tl.n mill whero other methods Imve conntry are too Htronely nRainat ncALia im IVF Mi: A TIU I whoa you want ml, inltttl cont ... U t Announce that they have received a well and will bo elected, that ho bet tight hot and heavy up to the day failed to put tho done, ll. un.llroct for tho Bnpport of tho Ctm ifn,ha(co) .i0r r.. ttin T Ilia mllhlnff kei-- a or repair on Italian and Ajikmcan MAunbt Ida wife with a neighbor against a ol'tdcelfi.h, ur they will lose bUa.blk. full line of a no MONUMENTS, TOMII AND QRAVB evcrv dor tho feet ot the Jsuorant, black, 'Bencrnl Rovcrnmcnt to admit tho Uli r u, lMrJ ft J Ilflil, Ml fu .. t M iilecirl !ot:k of crer) tiling ueualtjr krpt Wif one, k M In a African, ho would liiiue tlio nssas-- urnf,,ipax tR(.no.nn nT timMiililnnf: - r Mi cow on the result. Mra. John one of them i" I, Arrotiht lC, 11 W STONES. ur . ,...,..,... f W. P 1st! r.aeenj it nt Goods, pon wb standing h nt (ho Hmo Und:rtakor'a tl'C TS. awl sin's dagger and the rulllan'o torch' r rt, r .!.A m j "Familv lmurt.i .4 oitQty lev . .. DBUOORATIO CONPIDIIXCK. mock, fine lot tuiHlalou.r I ' n7u Kvcrythlng fretb. new, clean unci chpnj. Common, H )cwood, and Holld lllack Wal- HAVING In ItalUu aMarble, ofam and promised to fulfill tho wager to assiat in tho pattlotlc work. )loloctloil . n.utxr bmlUal iMAnnt rse- - The farmer can I, A iITt. n.iur .iu;Jle.l arnruat Tho Democratic leaders who arc r,,, 34 t) AUo, ihty will continue to run the nut Cottiot and Ceiit illicit Can lm fittol if her hiiRhand lost. The indica' allordori. Call and asaiulne MtFMn.. .v hardly fail to seotho matter in the 2, i" 'nil. rear' alhi.tK cuuHlr on ihurt nticv, ana at rcmabl in tho thick of tho fight in the ;: my work tions now nro that thero will bo ! I these piecioitH patriots has been flltllllu,,iir wilnll i, Uf..iii.a it n...i J.fiu Nj6r, I A TY i: It Y , ijji Give me a call. rice )rr .allttwana.. conulj Ordtre from the country proraplly plenty of milic in tho JoIiuroii closely contested States . nam- - carried out, when tho homes ofMlniIprRrnil(H ...... wll.in nvnrvuu In XoV tili j m Went Illclman. ...1 ar.,1 hare secured i. nn.d. household duriug tho coming win- cu give oui mo most ciiceimg ttll tho intelligence nnd culturo ol elso is protected ho is not protect vr.v fy armiint fr Honltn nicUrlV, 3 M trt'fid each 1U7. & fir.:cla tiir. li-mayi5-h'- s hM.tll Alio, a mayC JU'I. llf. NMARt im "i proBpectB of Democratic success. the South nro as black mid amok- ter. 2 ed, and that ho is paying a bonus 4KB.litw, r, Mfbfi, BUTOECnLOJL MUIIUir( rOCOIICOl aiiyCArnna !., u7 nn tlm tninlf nf aiiprmati' i .. t JouUAII, V ' " " gin aim cli&llengo (be maxM In tbl line. Al From the very day It war first In which our Democratic Icadeta iimrp.h to tlm r.OWIk Mini whnn tliA to tho manufacturer in ovory arti- J 'v np.1. cle ho tiBOfi IiIb plows, hoes, trace J 0 U0. II known thnt Cleveland wius elected talked with UlOrO COnllUPJLifl m innnlprnr'fl -ATTORNEY-A- T LAW, iw o, a t. J H llawlilm, ihtor linn luff flin chains wagons. Tho n more ttottirly 'fueling existed1 MWy .. m And kbI your UUcktrultlitug and genrra) SC3 lrif iieee9 we 8:iVKt if Bnilh tho homo of black barba tion of nnd tariff according reduc- J JlJoaf. CVwKltra Ding Bor,) LIVS: St Y T A St la K , (OA: ' to tho tlio 2 Ui between tho North mid South. Cleveland doeo not carrSow Kepalrmg done at A Unrn, 0 II I CK HA v, a In connexion, Wkgonf, T,lin, Ifgici, Tho Southern peoplo felt that the York, Now Jersey, Connecticut, rians nnd their villainous white Democratic idea docs not destroy I ' JIailiart, i ' W chiefs, tho puritans of tho North a sinplo manufacturing industry, J Jtfir, i uiv ui tril. 200 Ao., frr liir.. Government was not aiming to Indiana, California and Nevada, i V)K uuajf, " Will )iractt(t In all tie Court" of tbr ii ii 2 tho scalawags of novll ii proscribe them or keep piejtulieca wc shall always belicvci that all and bo satisfied. The tho South though it might cut down tho II AltrlttiTT, 2 Firal Judicial I'lilrict. will South will enonuouB profits to tho mauufao 'MC.re, ' 2 m (Corner o Olton end F.: change Strettt,) iilivoflgitiust them. Honec, peace, our Democratic leaders weio hon- then ho In fmarlHl " MW.n, 2 tho hands of tho SALE AND LIVERY STABLE " turors. U' llelmcf, 2 m love and prosperity was estly deceived by . . . HICKMAN, neiparty thero will 2 K? "You have observed that as a r lwkium, ' A.. Four more years of Cleve- In regard to Illinois, Iowa" Michi-gnu- , ther virtue nor iutolligeiice bo (lis 2 ID " TCrr, (lood Woik fttltock.boltom Trlrea. My to IMfcli. man bocomes interest2 W land's administration will wipo out PHYSICAN AND SURGEON & Wisconsin ami Minnesota, ptito its sway. Under Mich con- rulo when a tt tt II !...it it 1 inoilo. ed in tho iron Industry hero in II jiiMiiirn, U'rffA uillf.j. every vcbtigo of tho old war ll IlluforJ, 3 Democrats only look at s ditions KENTUCKY STREET HICKMAN, ulono cau Uepublicnulsiu Tennessee ho bocomes a protecior.llII.I. WORK a pcclaltr.'t KENTUCKY WJillBWII, 2 7ft " nn.d a happy, united counchances as in the range of tluivo in tho South, and only un ' 2 ' eonstftnU oa hanU for b to JOHN F. OKAY. VITKIta bit Profostioual Serrlcee to tionist, logardlcss of former con- MTlntia ' KKI3P3 sale ft 2ft k'lUwklm, try will bless all, no Xoith, no possibility, strengthened by tho der iuftrSG-t- r conditions could men of 3 " AJ llurmw, W tbooUnciuof Hickman anil vicinity South, no East, no Went. Don't strongest ami hottest JlMits ever tho such Mooro stripe reach tho victions. Applying tho samo rea- HVby, HOUSES, UUCaiES ar-- UACKH. 2 7S ' " nulC'80 Hill soning to tho case of tho farmer, ' (!rl.r, 2 " IUvlnz. pn'cMe.l the imote, norvfi you know that if tho Itepublicans made in these States, (nl goal of their ambition. Al.sat.Jer, 3 ittjri Juillc . Ct. Claim lfl and ontt'e omPi of W, U Pluromer ho ought to favor tho Democratic nro restored to power, that J W I aiaHtnt Iitrf 2U. a.iaiii. .,. W. DTESTELBIUNK IJut that time will never come. Idea of a tariff for ruveuuo when J Mtv.i, n (io we popoe to comtoue ibe bukhifui, and ) and nice issues will be ,. ft (? 2 da) at lani WfMu, olicltpatrooaee ACRES, l me muix 0f rilck 1 ho has studied out tho Question JjJonet, Tiik Democrats of Fulton counAA ro 2 Ja;i a Jtu ......... r, (nj kept alive and dominate ! Uy a. lain J 3 w al"ut 70 acre- - cleared and iVV Tho Kentucky Legislature iu and sees that it Is to his interest J W ; ei, ty aro expected to give an incieas-e- d AIiuUr, dajr Juillce .prc'l May ttrm 3 (i) tillable, 25 acre In clover and gram. Small Sojuj prohibitionists who havo epaco to name alt artlolei, but n9 aa lama ..... Democratic majority this year. 1380 passed a law requiring the to havo a low tariff. It Ih for this lUniPinn'!, U7 coilno heme, tiaUe, cltrn and ajirJiig. NO trouble to abow goodi, r ll AlttUrrri lilaymiaui. signed oaths, or pledges ns they This is a great compliment day at Min...M.M ... an lor Icrtaif &o , adJreaa to tho Sheriff of each county to levy an reason that I think thero is a prob- J' Mturr. Come and ace, at the corner of Troj me called, to voto for tieu, Fisk individual intelligence 3 ni additional 0 per cont. tnx nn all ability that Illinois and Iowa will! 'y u a.tu. fcelil (I. W. POWELL. Mfv. and Tho Original Wins. a ihi . . and Moscow Avenue, Eait llfcfcmro, Ky VllM)lit ljr at ' for President, they bay tiro now sm of our voters, because patrioti- pei sons who had not paid their tnx go Democratic." ' H UrtJeliWi 3 UI dij Miaiim QlffimOilL t. I.i.l.ta dav amo , 3 in) wrnthr.nR they soo clearly that bus been no bpeakings, no there before tho Isl of September of Ho.l, ... 3 UI ' J Jonr't II. A. & R. T. TY LER tm- Clcvelandorirarrlson ono is bound 3 each year. The last session of Tho Congressional Primary VUoltt, l'Ujr.ii.m. railios, to a in ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AkitO'Ier, to bo clectod, and they stand Cleveland wants rousethe people. our Legislature so amended this election, Saturday last, was only lUliiuiniMl, tdajr Jiullcv IlilaCt Ctallua 3 ID to icdtiuo tho JM. A. S. 1. if i.. ... . r. iy ai nania. "Hworii'1 to vote, without any Cured INUIOMTJOH. DlLIOtSNKM. tliy m 4in. 3 burdens of taxation: lm nfllriiis law as to mako this additional tax hold in tho Hickman and Fulton JI'll MvdmIi - - A' Kit T V CK Y Oh' MA A', da a. aaina 3 U) MtfUrry, YiriMiA,nrcK HADACII,LoT left to chaugo their minds, that our Federal tnx APrKTITS. I day m vain. 3 OUH bTOMACII. Htc. iUyc, Iu all biiifneMentiUAied avstoui ifl collection after tho 1st of Novem- precincts of this county, ami only ' s Ilonl. no matter how niiiph they may so producing ono hundred ! 2 " '" Hcamt,lHlorI. IC. WlKLauend million ber instead of tho 1st of Septem a small voto cast, but ovcrv voto 3 0l MiObce, l (Uy aa uun Tk! iC.' AJaiM.Taun., write or now weignty too dollaiH annually more than Iri need- ber. JI ou havo not paid your polled was for Hon. W..L Slone. JJ"- 3 UI I iiay a. ..ma Office Furniture Factory. .i.uuin nari uccn CCAd but tor yoiir Gcnnlii M, A. him- 3 they may hear. The print-c- ed, and ho wants tho peoplo to tax do so before tho first day of Judge white's withdrawal was J Vuthittt, da u. .ait. nov8'78 non Liver Medicine. I hvV pledge they sign Is said to be vote Mm permission fcuinfilmra had la next ....m. JLtMtl'H tllO llOHt nnd JJ10 .. totnkothe oxtra monthcent. save paying an gonerally known, and honco tho T ulcUloia sTIuWfd.. tal 'Zril!n. ifuri'if.. fc.. .item . 1UHI fa. nothing moro nor less than the tax oft' their snouldcm, This is G per AMMOt'tnitllt slim voto. Iu tho Congressional WWirj f,nN but ft Uon'l an.wer tb I'lVA.VI'IAI. HTATKJflCNTi Htrougest kind of an oath, quite tho plain, simple proposition for District tho voto was small, caus- Aunnt(n HlitrlPTa hatidi aa r ConmU n.OriTei, Kdltor T I'.J. Mrmtdila. aa stiongnstho old Kuow-Notkii no ', " too peoplo to voto uhoti, and Tho Dyer County Democratic ed by tho fact that thero was but h iontr ftllnivnt tnia ui...... 3uW rrrr.if.l a i.l.,.. lnn. ? mk i ...-- i:.: ing oath, and if ono who has sign- iienco our peoplo without cUn alkwH Irdictue, and Juvtf aJ halfof (t. any pub. Convention unanimously instruct- ono candidate, and thero appearf rI'i lio Found ed manifests any independence in Ho speakings, without any groat ed for Col. Tom. Uwuikalikt a ciurtn. I want no I'sccfn rturlfTa Sh.rlfl - ed no real necessity for many ("rtlilanmoXnl tl.. hf! will larnlltlH VWl W Neal, for Sec A good Sa" Mill, with complete outfit, I'euer I.iver HrtfuUtar and ccr tjlk or inclination asufreomau rallies, mo expected, In their own rotary of State. Mtnh for Ncal. voting, or for even holding tho U pWiiIaaloiit for cx1lve(ltiK tlir In a (join! location. Can ho bouxht at 1ST taluty itg mora oi e.Jin'a t&atuta now dolln t to vote, tho leadoiH shako "tho interest, to go 10 tho pollri In No- May ho recolvo ovory Uy. n rcnponableprj(c and on reasonable terms. ally w Democratic primary election. Stone will bo! oouniy Ui JiutlcniMa blMr Mm U tifOl AddrcM. UT IIyrniatlon. oath" iu his face. Btrango I V tT J m (V vember, and give their consent to voto in tho Tenuessoo Loclslaturo doclared tho regit) nr nominee of I Jarnurjr, IMJ, J. J 0. l)0vIlUllANT thcbo days I AtW' (lood JcHvecd lo nny part of Ih Clt' this icductiou of their taxes- patty. 'on the at ballot tbo Uloktaaii, Ky, W. P. TAYLOR, Olorlc, iiv.w. Host Iiitnor(an( IVoi)te. TAl.U WITH ClftV imtJw.N, Tho peoplo are being tnted Fulton 1oufiy ;ourt oil w YnrKrtx ntrnliiRt ihw Icir llio rmij one hundred million dollarn n year Claims, rt. 8, ISSN. nil Mtlinilmi. tlm Soiithnrn nnnnln lm trim lmt ti ore than tho Government needs, iVr-cAWtftniler-J- . tllO WhoK) Soilllt i llll orUIlIZCtl ,MtMrm1ltnti !.iitotfrt nnl lVil and President (Jlovelnnu &!mpiy J W MiTcw-- J ItK Mcdelirf.J.F.P.Mfhte, rural h r i 'iruiir iiliu l)oiy or tnmorfl ami rehulR, tlint to reduco theno taxes. N lltmmontl, K II Alti'Urrjf, J. Iluihurt, tonuses IlfMr- rroiprt'M. b. Koai tlic freedom of election iatlestrov Io tho people of Fulton county oihi Jcrrr J JoncK oil by ImlloMinx Rtufflng, fnuuln The Governor lintl iust return i.eeil puliUe Hpcakinps, barbecues, Prftlilina, lUn J Xajlor, Judco. Mutual Life Insurance Compi m, & Lannli and Best L "" ' . .... Coniinl-ulnnv- I .'.... .I 1 jrr -- t -- r tl" Vr """" -- """ 1 World ASSETS $119,000,000. Paid Folioy Holdora !$$ ' r im A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. 1 - I I ''." or ,iki ' ..n dnek-sdnvill- e. HICKMII babk. cii. CIIBOTOIS V. VICB-PKESIDEN- w-- diaap-inon- t, )LLN CAPITAL, $50,000. 1" tr ) 1 1 1 " T - p"u rrcMir . dsaf-fectton- , j Wliat to Buy i'cn DRTJaGIS 1?S I f Prohibi-Clevelan- d M , d r - Clevo-laml'- a rm ijir y Jai, Jr t 18S-1- Doinestic Seving; Machine. w iai:.svitnTioxK Hll!nAl.TV.s V - n. indi-ldu- 4 al ", X ...... (wi ;UI,Jr? 1 1 Will-lam- vi v""V"" VV ... .0. ,,IiSUis T HERTWECK. BALTZER & CO. a a i ., d T !). ' T 7 connnnciA ' ' ' ltr rr' 1 "'i . . VJ V O T H3 r H 'm Z Mt v. I ih..'"!'"' o1''?.1V1"...;T free-trad- rnr?r t.... .;.":" .." '." .'" '"". '.f. i. Ii- 'l " l - 010,;. S 11 . ..---.. "iI , Tike ...i. I ' " . .7 .i.": : 2iE' Uv'vi T ,..:r " -I . -- -i- - --- " HZCKMAIT A. WAGOIT, 1UMAGE . -- -- ,,.i i, -- J-l , DOUGLASS ?. OLIVEH, i ..,,, 4 m ; (', V ft d K Anglo-Saxo- n jtir i . ...... vt ft ...... D- w - 4 rlf-r- i tlr, . . 1 11 N Grocorv. ft 1 . 1 ... . i n k 11 Ji V 11.11 i I ( ( CEO W SHOP. SU;-- f, sTmurrell. r. i M m M I M IX) , w F! V & . (V) (X) J. F. GRAY'S, cli-r- M h ) ptej-udice- s, Glove-land'- t (K 1ft IH' Fatiis Paukek, l drTa. -- FA.RIS - II I 7A fcO H k G Farm for Sale - . . 71 1 1 Family Groceries, U N 1 1 .1 IMI 1 1 1 .1 1M W K (X) 1 1 , m bnrbo-cues.n- . o 1 '1 1 Oil U N Ireo-iloi- n I 1 1 1 1 m mm v. W) W . DO CO argil-meiit- s d JleiT. I k 1 UU CO tl Jeha'w&tiaff HICKMANI n TUIAli .. SAW MILL 3Fc?ar h i u--t Sale I GROCERIES IjI t'-- poli-tie- d 111 ' flf -!- .- VY1 i,tW"ji, v .. m !! itrnm rrt VjhUmi ' lWT A ' . - i" i.'W - ao U LOCK to -- i--i. M. 'rnkmrxam 3KT jES "VT" TdtGXX suppose you Tr13; "Watit At Titxl Old itisLTAflLti II .11 8. ndMilliMy i tMrr Goods FAMILY GROCERYj i5?..xA BttRUNGAMBt T3LX a IC IMl .A. IT, X "ST. 4 8 .3sT3D n j; oi iikaWautuki rim iVtw Walches, Clocks, Jewelry, tyusical Goods, &c ffeu (Joods B Kid and JorsOy Olovcp, different shatiea nnd latctet iv new one styleB. Miesefl and GhildrcMis9 Tatn Shautcrs nnd Dress Hnt6; Ararjeno mid Felt for Funcy ACOMFLETH Work. 0' F 3EI E. CASE' AND STOCK Of SpBM' llE.WY U0dl)S. ALSO, A irbllis i 37"0R t JfiwUUtV. AI'LOTACM r WI5 AUK KOW RECEIVING OUR TARIFF : Better (joods! Jusl Received and Opened al LOCAL NEWS. Hs-AL- E, OFF AT LAST!! the Lowest s I I n. m. maxwku. icBiro the CoultiKlt to Ktnto to tho Demo- g H fleet, vrntN mid KopuldlcniiB of tlio Mir Am- - my roumlhiir ooimtry, thnt IioIiub tnk- lugotliar with lomo of my orient nll nm inriff liv tlm liornii, nml U Aollliitf goods nt ridiculously lo residence. Uousc-kccpin- OHEAPlf Priced House in Hiclmanl StoeK o r- (1CI'C5. 1?. AJIUltlilXOAMIi r - wSS A. H M'KOU i. in tin Mr. A. II. Bccnrco, ono of tlio moiil worthy mid ruHpoutetl rlii zona of Kulton comity, ell ml, nt 1 i Wnll, of (hivce, lum rcMiU Home, near uuyco mihiioii. turned from buying' bin full mid Monday evening Inst. IHs death winter Btock or gooda, and is open will be atiicetcly mourned not onlj In;; up n large Htook of beautiful1 by bis liniucilinto relatives and Koodsnt lower prleeft than nver. friends, but by our entire citizen Cull nudaeo him nud bo convinced. Bhlp, for ludood, ho was n most worthy mnti.Jiirt, honorablo and ootllM u nu" nm IIHIOU UI'MUIIU Our county Jnll U uudcrgoliif; ticHt. nml wrro closest to him fti repairs. uuMncs nfliura, honored and re Hiit'cUul h in most. Ho was, we " Tho hint law expires row. Pal aad Wlater J. i n 9 STAPLE AND FANCY the Latent NovcMc in Dtliss GOODS aut TltlMMlNOS to match, Ladica, Waca and Cbildrcn'e WllAI'S of nil styles and qwlitlci DISPLAY tho Counts this THE aimply immcnc2on and cmbras inof eleganthouse w X is H HI 9 STOCK OF CLOTHING for Men, Youths and Itovs. has no eoual as re gards St vie and make-umagnitude of stock, or Low-ncof Price. It simply knocks out till competition. p, I DRY BOOBS, EOOTS, T' L HE MAMMOTH 9 9 I i sa latest Novclticn in Ladles nnd Ciiildron's Hate, IJonnclB, Feathers, Tips, Ribbons, iS:c. I would direot special attention to tho ele3NT SSL gant line of Hats nud Bonnets now on exhibition ntmvstoro Capote, Torpedo, Derby, Plush Felt all && new, nnd tho very latest styles Thcso goods wore selected in person, with great care, mid with nn eyo felnglo to the wants of my many customers. To sco them is but to ndmire. An elegant lino of Children's School HntR. Don't buv until vou have seen them. N&S MXeS) Also, a lot of Ladies and ChiVq ldren's Kid Gloves, slightly 'dam. T:JT3 aged, which I will sell regardless riillr; tlttST TERM nfiaiss AUGUST 26th, Iste, AND continues idufs ' of cost. . ten Wetks. . An inspection of my htoeh J lnmrUClloa UjStWe in inu uiiiuuoh d"IIOO urnn-n.S I'nnn, htii will convinco you that I have tho Elocatlrn. HjKhelKoiolicf, Uook Kernloc and the Sciences . most complete Hue of Millinery nnu.(nikhi MiiWf .Special attention given ti preparing young men fortualncw, and studenU for College: Goods over ofVeicd to tho Ladies , ,, of this section, bnd at ptlccs that Tuition parne rnnntl.l.r in ndranre f2 00 tl'rimiry PnpU, per Month simply defy comnetitiom S 00 TUITION. Intermodule VupilK, per Mnulh 4 00 J Advanced I respectfully Invite ono and all uJilU, per Month to come and examino my goods B. nnd bo convinced. B. H'CTGHES, rtz7 ly IO 34 J!l. High School' , i i , r "'' H VI. A. MRS. JENNIE JUDGE, cit23 ologmit IlUCIIAXAN'huniiioM, urii line (tents' Clothing, . SHOES, CLOTH- - tho heist dienitest mo tlicm. of of Fulton county, and therefore fitting ImM made and the Idontttird with our county1 histoiu Hickman. Call and ry, In nil Hh associations, tlement, public afl'ulrs, wan born near Cayce, Chinaman lias gone 1S'J8. Ho leaveB a wife, boliove. our oblcBt citizen native early &c. set- S HE STAPLE DEPARTMENT is ronlctc with HarcuiH in Jeans, Flannels, Table Linen, Yarns, Ac. Linscys, l)otnc3-33- IF1- w& ING, HATS, CAPS, , CLOAKS, &c, Nov. 10, Onr John a number to St. Louis. of children, and extensive kinship, To which wo call your attention to mourn his death. We ullcr them nt very low prif A and rclla! Medicine arMliotcst VlVVV todfprnduron. Acker's Mood Kl. X UumNii'a ltlriery. ces, and will not be unlilr has Iffn jikmHUhI for jf aw tot alt lm 'XnoOifr kondrrful dlncowry ha IneYrrjrfurmofScrof. dersold by any houc. iwltlivoftlielttool. trnt'lc ni hst too by a Udy In ltd count uloui, Hrplllltlc or Mercurial dlacay--i, It if ItlkAM. (Iftll Its t)f!t IMWtl, Kf InTftluaUe. IVrHhttrtsitJs.UiwjuaU for "fve-n jrr 1i Mltbtol U erttl J.W.COWOILIi, Drupst. tcf i, but her vital ormi wire nndcruiirwl V thank our Irionds for their libKor lhrr ml (lftlh MmI liunilncnt. MihH Nettle Kirkputnck Is mtMiUube ronclinl iorcMnntlr ind ouM eral patronage in the aM, nud Iwttlfof tMt Ut. She lcitgUl of ui Initio;: relativen in DyeiAburg. hIimII embiivor to merit a I)r Kin t Nw iHrorfrr for Comump this reason. wan inurli rclUroI on tatlttji wou dJo your dlnnor lion ami v AcVrn ))jpPl Tablcla, nmldMilitth tcl all tiljtlil ami wllli J vCVW and ftroprcTcniwibjrDj'a. mitf little !ia Utn iniraculoiwlr cmu rIU, um lUr maif U Mr Lnllirr Lnia." TJm-- j We dlptstton, Ylalnlcncy and OouM lotion. write w c. luniHak 1 to , of slielb;, N.ii nil uml ieo us before btlinir Wvi guarautr Uirm. 23 and 60 cents. mil make it to vour interest, Printout. J. W.COWV.ILh, DriiKnt. ' r af' WTTho LA1)I MS are nil lifchly "?on vo " cr?uu. l;f.n?,ra1V "cll,r iiloa.e.1 wild IUviu.nan' tlunlnV Ho Mr. A. In dd co'tntT, on the IHtli L Fowler to MImVchU Knight. On the lithlntt, Mr. W. T. Sinilh to Mm I)osi Mcl)aniel. int CAITCS, Jl.Vfc P. TIIl "W".IL,3l, j KEtfTTTCXrsr, OF 4 m EA sr fr& tr& A'otlcc to ConiractorM. ir HATS, NOTIONS, LADIES DRfSS GOODS, TRIMMED n &t., 16- - !" SHOIS? They always Well, I should fctnilc! Iicatiquarters for footwear. Ml S Well, you may be a stranger in "these parts," I will tell you old eitiens know without being told, as its reputation, described ns above, is town and country topic. Stranger, these few lines relate to the house of popular, and ion-tiutiau- co AND n, THE NAME OF THIS HOUSE? and upeclfieatlonnof tbe lllck-inican be aten at CowgillV Drug nil cartiea desirlnif to m.ike the 20th building will do no !dttyof Oct 1H39 The reserve tbe rfoht to reteet anr and all hvU. JKO W. COWG1LL, Chairman Baard Trustees. n F O'Dakiki, eeo'y. Oct 3rd, 183d. Tho plans College Slorp. ami bids on Hie Truti j M A JT H W M Ufa IU Tbat bo bris ever carried, and at j?EIC;BS ds LOW as tlio &0WE8T. Clothing and Gents Underwear Ho docs not fear to compare prices with any ono; and, in fact, bin Stock ia complete in overj Department. CST Call and cxauiiuo his goods beforo buying clsewlicre ) i ;Iow i R 8 I B ook Store! M well-know- low-pric- , "!"" H. M. r. MMWEirlr, SoU hi Hvln purchaet! Mrs. E T Gardner' entire stock o( Uooka, 8ialIoneryi Fancy Uoodj. Ac. I will continue to keep or hand, at the old Mand, a complete line of SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAGAZINES, &t. Any of th &We not In toek will be promptly procured iton nppbratloa. Come and sec me. c21 J. CLINT. ELLISON. SA3T HICSMA1T Ihev Mty they t,0o(il A' tho ,ftt(J Nutlonal t too t'legnuf, ami mm !ir.i-- , Democmtlo campaign eoiiRHiiro in ntul all auchbeautiluUhnde Don't; rehearffal, and when St Ih known fail to nee them before buying. that nucli ftplendid mtiBlcal talent . -- ,. .. iih .iiisb iiciio roriuuet,iiR Atieuc n ., Mia Ktinim Hewitt, ourn two wcoWh from next 'ruca! Alleil, ICiiiRttiutt. Mr. dohn Mih V. duy. ItoRers, ami jOowill, .Mrs. .1. Mreju-- JL MML(. Smith ... i i lit ri Who will be mobt happy to hav above statement call and verify FC CHFMrf MillW. Prop's JNO. IORRIS 8c SON, EOisoL IB" The Maude Atkinson Drnmiit" lo Coiupmi billed for Hickman on vv TKVV.v nlwr. h.i?llierHt wiiiinrllc!iiitiMtHncco hory democrat In ul Monday last, by agreement called ivv Aekt-rJUbr ! nsHiircd. Soother at Iiabd, It Ij tho on! aafa the country round will attend tint in thatdate, but will poMtively apconcert. All honor to Hipho pear nt City Hall, on the uight of lufAiitllodUtirdfr. It o ml kin n Opiun htdien. TieketH to bu bnd Oct. smb. Lut pltM thn cllld ri(Mriii r Jr;lin, ru ivn Mfn. ljlco 25 couta, 6ld b ul T. 'I Swniio vS: CoV nml J. J. W.COWC.lIili, DrnpKiHt. CoWj;ijro, w a: X i: Tlir Vrllrl 1'uniiliiitiii. MUr Ida AtlauiA. wtiohaH been W l TI TI teaching puIiooI iu Madrid Hcntl, teMifiiM Mi. llmsK ! can nmmvndKteciriol.i-V l U If U U II Y n nhort ia homo on init. I I I 1 11 I tern an the very tat remtdy. Evcrrb t I U I I I I J IU bold I.m vrtn rrllff in rrrry J U 1 V V D triCa wUU or Onemtt took U bottlrfl. and cure) of NlWV. j,un(; iieac. 7,Tliroal u you naro ic ttr utnliMn of 10 vrani tantlini;. A bis T umign or uoia( or tiio c unarm rn? ham Har, drursUt. ItcllvlUo, Ohio, af thnatrnedttlthOrmiporAVliOop!nqCou;ht I hate tnlirinc firm. Hlh tat cs A TS iiw) Acker KnglUb lUtnndr and jm I -- l MMOwLS OCANUrACTOUKHH OF- - Ss j 1 j v"vv jMavox a.srcTVai-i-o rislil or Trii Acroi of cood aituated In the rorporale limits or part of the 11. 3orS3alei A flSin Buggy Spokes flAiTD &Lz Lnod, Ufck-tiia- n COInsr 2&EUL.Tj. and Boilor? JiuglO-ly Tyler tract. Apply to oct6 Agents for Morris Macliine BOr Works-Engi- nes n. F.O'DANIEL. IH." f? cr vit Nil ll t I nrr ah. a urrah ! WiLL GRIND MKAL EVERY SATURDAY. FURNITURE, FURNITURE. .,- - further trouWc It ia a foaltlro enro, and wo gnaranteo It, Trlc 10 axd CCe .!. W. COUTiII.L, DrtiffKlat. TllO MiSSrS DlCStCdtirliik Iiu rTvii I HlClCXtAJBt, ", T 0oulBll0. ' n'U of ARE OFFERING ail prailespf Plain, Medium ml Fine Fumilurt al fteftliy lM.n v,nfxo.nvx WIJ Arlcr'a ceipt sucha larfro Rtoek of .Station. wiiirir .inn wv von nai.r.covx. VWC; rnnn itt:iir mood Elixir ery, reduced prices. We carry a full line, at all times, of as Hill Heads, Letter Ji vrarranted, U lecanio It Ii tho beat HeatU, Xolo HciuU. Siateinents, CHAIRS, JtOCKERS, TABLES, BUREAUS, WaSIISTANDS, WARDROBE H will Ioal. p.,Vnlniifln Wood riciMiratlon known. ., etc., anil u lnillo Uu CHAMBER SETS, t!AT?R ESSES, SPRINGS, piriflw the euro nil Wood wbofoByatcst.andthoroTJchlybulMauptba.bllfiliefiH men of Hicklllilll lllld Sow Laees, lrlnl a.M he ennvlnecl Olte And tve guarantee our prices tote the 'owe-- l Xow KtnbroidericR, --2constitution. iteumaber.Mo guarantee it, Hnrroundlnjj country to call and We are heodAuarUrs en UNDERTAKER'S Q00DS, and discount ail eon! Sow Dress Good". V. examino qunllly of material, work, lilion Iq this line. We carry a large line of Wooden and Metallic Uurlal Caies. COWOILL, DniffIst. JtttT Repairing and Job Work a specialty. prieeM, &a9 Wo want vour work NV. W. NowklrkiRtho Uopuh. 'und will puaranteo satisfaction. Ilcan mimliiPA for tlio 1aiIbIiiIuiu Don't noud your orderfl for job Now Dre Now Wraps, iu Obion coiuity. printing off when you can have it Now Jnekets, J ; done just as well at home, nud at fPT, New Woolen iroslorv, is offered people .:rPrb,J,nv,,,80l, 'otist, livina prices. Wo turn out no New Cotton Hosiery, wiii no in niokumn next Monday, Hliutlcly work. Give us a trial. ! has New Cotton Goods, L'nd iuflt., and remain one week. New Flannulr, lltieklrii'a Anilrn hrt e, Ho was unable to (ill his last ap! will soon on u the uorld for Cu'n, New Carpets, pointment owing to tho faet that Tut s, Silt ithcum. hur hrtilt.borf. New Oil Cloth, the trainn vrcro stopped tin no llanda, ov lowcls, count of the yellow fever searo Site, Teller,allChappedJOniptlon, CldlMan , Corn', and tikln and ! Has a splendid stock of the very beflt makes of all kinds of IlnrdwarS Now NupkliiB, up im ttttw MMiifrwil. nnd ho could not reach here. liv'.tlw It t'll itrfrf wliicli arc offered nt ONFPIUCK, and that tho very lowest tho iuarti In ciiranlfed lo oi?e NcwTabloLi men, rerfitt RittUfMctioii. money refunded. Vtko G Cri.t- - m Now Silks nnd Satins, justilles. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. Mrs. Iliinsnn, Stato Librarian, fir CLOTHING, odld you believe it, wo luvo a Como and seo our Domestics at nnd widow of Geu.Kogor HaiiBon, hot. Tor tale hy J. W. CowaUl, Jru-- i Viv Uimtnm.Mntln Slioos., nip: ioi ot xoreis, witu lancy 5c. niulyou will want 1000 yards died In IVankfort, Tiiebduy, of gl"l nnd tho latest stylo NOVHLTIHS, 75 Suits worth $5.00 for $4.00. HO SultR worth borders, at 5 cents eachi 7.50 for $5.00. at tli prico. Wo aro selling G. Titrtlow has added a Y LO WEST PO& heart disease Mr. d. at tho VKlt 50 good Suits nt $3.50. 10c Domestics flt So per yard. roller meal mill to his machine eg- SIB LIS PRICE. IIEltH YOU ATHil ! iililtflliniftht. timl in Minkimvii urilnn. Just think A good suit for $3.60. )c( M1V A blr lot of Calico at 5e, wofthCc. IX South WSTJdhi nuaiity of meal. Farmers, and Wg lot $12.50 Suits for $8.50. Our 5c Calicoes mo tho best in J. SONS. 75 spring stylo $25 Suits for $20. SHOES! SHOES! tho market. Fine Suits at big bargains til mind. Hue wo offer big bargains: KlJNTUC t pts-lIn this CAN FIND 81 25 Shoes for $1 00 Mrs. I. 0. Alexander left this LADIES, ATTENTION! PANTS. (4 it 1 50 A better seleetion of Gi:KTs 1 23 week for Padueah to join her bus- Mr. J. Allen Foster nnd Miss Look! 200 pairs Pants at 90o per Good faney bordorod handkor U it 2 00 1 CO Goods and Uiiadv Madk baud, who recently located in that i:i!z:i Miller, both of Missouri, pair. Uig bargnin! Como quick! chiefs at all pricos. u t) 50 ii 2 00 Ckotiiino, Hoors, Suois, HviNolty. their many trleuds In this pa:d a dying visit to Hickman Good Pants at $1.00 per pair. lied Spreads from 75o to ?5.00. a oo ii 2 50 jvAt ivc, than we have in our city were loath to clvo thoui un. Tuesday, and were united in tho Pants worth $2.00 for $1.25. Laeos and Etnbroidories in all vu (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets) u 3 75 5 00 Btoolc. Hie mean what tec say I tlmt fOur best wishes o with them. holy bonds of matrimony, nnd re- Ono lot Pants worth $2.50, $3.00, ilcties at tho Now York Store Ami an nn Ploaso pondor oor $1.00 nnd $5.00; como get them illl wo will tiell thee pootls down at turned to their Missouri homo M these prices a few miuutea and for $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and $1.00. happy nnd joyous. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, ami a notice tho amount of mouoy you Como nud see our elogant stock of )o( We are Guarantee Satinaction, CAN YOU SMILK! pnuty iMtterns, nt low ngures. .'or hi! bcadrpiartcra for all kinds of Rub- Staple and Fancy Groceries OPENED. with "ew STOCk. out ami out. Tine, atjllih MtJS Children's Shoos dozen Men's Hats at 25o each. Good IsTowo Ono I 10These nro good Hate, and to got Hoys' and prices that will of all Our stock of Hats nnd Caps wo Tatrona-- e Bollcbed. ber U oodn and Gum Coats, nud al TUM3"ie.is9Bable kinds at paralyzo offer at very low prices, which we will always sell at tho ways keep tlio best brands. itb ono you will have to como quick. ustonlslmiont. GOOD NEwFjOR ALL1! A big lot Corsets vory low. sjo28 loweht market rates, J. AMiiKuu'ti Sons, 8028 M A Kll IWiriTIOX THAT J. AMiinuo'ri Sonh. octCtMjr lllllV lVll.fi TALI, AT Moso Wiley, the little colorod So, you Tho ladies of tho Methodist boy who wits stabbod by Tominlo Bazaar, church are having tho spires to Mrs, Jones is you Wanluk, Is Improving. wo conflin rOinruli ritittrtilitlnil mill ntlinr. Mr. das. T. Stephens, of Hick' wiso improved. The changes will, mid o;""lJ "'e largo and elegant and save man, ban been attending tlio when completed, add much toils huo of I1A1S just roocivod irom HJ1 end ess va- CotiKrossioual Conven- nppenrauco. i5k.3. 'riety ot Novelties in Hibbons, tion at Paducuh, this weok. -Tho West Union Association Hirds, Wings and Feathors. You Congress lias not yet flxod a 1)i:ai.i:k in- of HaptlBts Is in session at Poplar will Hnd in horstoro ovorythlng day for adjournment, but tho l 5 r& lino. AIboj SSa opinion prevails that tlio ses Grove church this weok. A largo kept iu tho Mllllnory for Fancy Si FAINTS MS (dun will closo within u fow days. nuinborof minlstorsnnddelogatea n full lino ot Goods li'ltAHItl Kilt id I DRUGS. Work of all kinds. nro in attcudancd. Jmlgo S. dlodj nt dono to sccuro for hor Cochran, li,u been his home In lYoy, Tonii., on SunTho Young Moil's Christian cimoutors tho most choice and day last. Ho was In his 80th year, Association will meot in tho Moth- - idoct lino of goods In tho mnrkott jik.'s'.'IC awe 'jbuc jm and ono of the host known 3i? 3M s oiliist church, Suiuluyaftoruoou 3 nt Nouo can fall to bo pleased. 3i m I :i o'clock. and citizens of West Evorybody rospoctful-- J Patroungo solicited nud satisfac COMl'OtjKDl:Di NEXT DOOR TO II, lf MAXWELL'S, KENTUCKY, fir IliMlliSCl'TIOINS HICKMAN CAll BtULlA eolll ly Invitedi turn guarnutcodi rolnrned liomo nfler a pleasant xlHittofriendalnDKrHlinrtf. iittwdir! mi iiiv ' yenm i TliounAndt of othrn Khvtrlc Illtl'trt ! vc aiUml htlr Icsllwonr. to that 'to verdict ie unanlmuin that Klrc'rlo IHUm i !! all arrays ci the LtTcr, r.Mr.-j- s r Iilw Only ahalf dollar a bottle t wJDf"tf Store. .i - rprrurr Call otii i.ii(ii: Conr GOODS, iall and Winter and ivKt.ist;i.i.ru:n miu'K or Se Tho people of Ilickmnn and vicinity liave struck it rich. Little boys and girls arc singing, little babies arc smiling, and everybody is happy, all caused by the great TEPHENS DEALERS & IX- WiYLERj Goods OPElTIlTa OF TEH Furniture and Undertaker's KENTufclCY! t ut ' SSS.Dry Kti. sc $1S,000 SStocls. odT Ciothing. oofe, K.ESLZ3. FL&2A.2D. YOisK STOKE Wh Boots. Shoes. Hats. Etc, I ( to the Which at really their own prices. Good bye high prices come THE NEW YORK STORE to stay, and Hickman be a BIG BOOM THJIJ. LMc-r- imSD. 1 ! ROOCWG A SPECIALTY . AHBBRG'I f f. rail l'Yii-nihiii- j law Uimj Stalk niCJOlAN, KENTUCKY A Fresh Supply m for ' you-w- KINGMAN & BOMAR. lh? kind reader, after which given to sider awhile, . ,w have carefully read ibis advertisement, in good faith, ask you to if you want to money, THE OLD RELIABLE! A, HOLCOMK illiiClNI, Al. COMES jl TQ THE & :c gon-eta- GOLDSTEIN GOLDFARB, &t. M "i law-yor- Ten-bessc- x e in nr, k m -- u. -- w . f" -";;.;- .frggjQi 1W"' "M !JiVJ-ftJ'ihu''SS!tJ3M- ! iSJlfcSiMBBBCTj.L .-'. ..- - , i. .i, . "t-tt-i mi i iiii.MihiMIBM5iiiiMJiiiftfitiBtiBMtf'MMl&TBWliBiHMil1!tf ?M5&'???L2--rr-?- 4 maw r I t u f. V-- W P ii 3 come to naught, liiere tw spesner w" ,D fused to order an enumeration, and refused to pers saying English people take a great iaipr- POINTS ABOUT PERSONS. THUJiMAN'S BEFORE IT IS DORN. est In Grover Cleveland. A great tasne f temipud by UtewltlaUlogtad steam blowing reapportion th SnM nd Amtdy district of a paaslng locomotlvi Silence having of that State. For that reason and that lesson them hate been shown to be forgeries, and it Blondiw, who is a graoeful cyclist on the Some Startling Statements of Oenemi steam-engin- e great Km pi they are all That op can State of the Spoechosat MI t oh oil, Seymour nnd been restored, hemerosutnrf.1 of Cbauncey alone, the misrepresented re by two Re- can be proven that Cleveland beingforien ft Accepting His Nomlimlion for the ground. not ride an ordinary bloyoleon the Union Is Talk about President remind a frlcsd of tfe FOR TOOTHACHE. lit Oliver Wendell Holmes, on being y. Indianapolis. Iepewa stories. On thedifof the unvalling publicans tn the United States Senate. and tool of England! wy, my friends, fee is Tim wealthiest msn In Bt. Louis Is John asked when tho trnlnlog of n child should Applause They of the Ilartholdl status, ;tt moment it was the ua American tkjj icaecrs ana laugstfrl don't reflect OUHEB T. Davis, a dry goods merchant He has a begn, replied, "A hundred jears boforu It unvalled Mr. Dopew was inticduccd. That mo- honest sentiments of the majority of the Dorn in tnia identified witai tte iQTiuna or irom f i,uuu,ouo to 30,000,(U, the Is IwrnV1 rromptly tni Perfectly Nw Tork'a Distinguished Onrrrnor Kit ment every steamboat In tie harbor atnrtcd people of that State. Applause.1 In the State institution or mis country every relat- He Crinrnrttrlsra Cleveland AdmtnUtriV foundation of which was laid byhlafathor. Arowoto Infer from this that this gon up its whistle, and, said li Depe "This Is of Connecticut how do they keep control and ion of his heart Is American. He Is as Amerlighten lite Ilcmilars on TnrlfX It form tion hii lint tif ami Patriot tho first tlmo that I have ctT been called upon keep two United Statca Senators there of the ican, every inch of him prolonged caetrinth TootMtls, Eaiitfe), unit Tell Tltem Why Kira-sstvUhCLB' Zacii IUsh, tho oldest settler of craui'n Is rcsnonslblo for tho condition of Ism Itnliirtlim Ormnmlodtm to address a crowd of nnnis.il off steamboat,' opposite party! Ity a system of retaining and the Republicans know It He sought w the raco a hundred yoars from nowl ChaudlcrWlle, III , remombers tho time he Tatatlou It JVrnlrlous Only Itin Xerrasarlra HceacsS, twellim, Sen 1 do not desire myself nur, vj npagraoie eruiiraiion, me ulfileultj Is this wonderful generation tho natural to compete with steam-whist- le borough representation. I.lttle towns having saw Abraham Lincoln piloting an odddook of Mff. monopolies, for ttry always get the only from three to five hundred voters have as with England nnd Canada upon the fisheries ing flat-bonrcit Hi oian Governor H!ll, of Now York, bepan his best of you In loaded with hogs, whisky and result of tho proper diot and modidacs of a three and a half many representatives tn the Senate and i huuJrcU years agot ilff t corn down thoHangamon river, scries of Mump speeches In Indiana at years you harethe end. For the benefit of a sembly of that State as have the large cities As question, me ne senate, in its wunom, wa I Judge Tlmi man's letter of Following u icjrci of experienced treaty proposcu. rnen, did ATDSDOOISTS AJIO ItU oonoodod In othor lands that most of Mitchell on Friday, Octobor 13, nearly 5, 00 J wise and statesmanlike Administration, amJ New Haven and Hartford. )ly that system of the President dot This ot Henator Palmer's ploasantest recacceptance! DIALtXS, t strangers belnc In town to receive htm never In forty years have JJJ had a better one representation they keep control of the Stats tool of England! this President thst la the ollections Is of a trip ho took through Hpaln tho wonderful discoveries of the world In President that tbe Columbus, O., Oct U &X tins century lmvo como from this country a few Introductory romnrks ho saldi than that gtscn to you ty Grower Cleveland. and keep two United States Senators to mis friend ot England this President that After vinted Hox Vatrick A. Com.isi nnd other, on foot when a boy He went in company Oursncestors were roared in log cabins, aud Tis ctiiies JL rcecur ol (Prolonged applause.) TW Qup on now tiro" represent the people. "My friend i, the Democratic party propose Applause. There Is to subserve the Interests of England. with four other Detroit boys, all of whom i Committee Gentlemen )ULvtMosa.7Ja n re tli Ion of lhf tariff It doe i rot propose the sents Itself to you whether there should be a another State tn which a similar state of things message to Congress -- a bolder, grander, better custom, I tend you thla In obedience to had very little money, but an inordlnato suffered hardship and trials. libit they lived and enjoyed health to a destruction of the tnfl, tmt it propoie slraplr change In the Administration The business exist. I refer to Rhode Island (New England). uicuko tnataeoneia uocemoer l as 1,1a which of my nomination for formal acceptance amount of grit Voro-Cu- ra thoolUceof a modification of it, Trf IT revision not tariff community Is satisfied, to country Is prosper It is In that section of the countrr where the he asked that Congress should give bins the old age. Tho women of !CHom Munrnv. watchman nn thn rlpo enduro hardships withoutthoso days of tho United HIntes, made by destruction. We believe that the time liastuuie ous, mo worntng people ire rrc"in: roou distinguished gentleman who yesterday ad nocessary powers to enable him to retaliate la FOR DYSPEPSIA. viid apparent wages, every where there Is contentment. I dressed the citizens of thla city resides. In behalf of the rights of American flshtrlesand the National Convention of the Democratic Boston tea wharf, was presented tho other fatigue when the excessive revenues of the Govern A rosmn cvas roa isDiottTics ahd all that would a turtle thoso of tho pros-cntaday w 1th a gold headed enne by his employSUasS Trilt AftUg TSrrm. ment should bo diminished. that State they keep control of the Legis- the rights of American citizenship, Arpiau,f i party at 8t Louis. fTX t73 We believe that do not believe that the trees V the best Interers for his bravery in having saved ono the beat and truest interests of our country ests of the country will be subserved by a lature and tho Government of that State by And this cowardly Republican Senate refused IhMfyid vr QmtrxU iraff H9 4 trt When you did me- the honor to cnll upon Wby waalt! change tn tho Administration. There Is no doing whatt lly Insisting upon a property not 9lrta 1y m $tocit er it OiM vf in4 to give htm this reasonable and proper power me M will be aubnrd by a reduction of the present at Columtmiansl ofllclally notify me of hundred persons from drowning during tho Onj of tho proprietors of tho popular rem )) w ami 6ymod on rtteit t2Sn ( Sori f We hare suflered long doubt of the sincerity of tie TresldenU lie qualification for every foreign-borcitizen that Lk asked, because they knew thath hsJ DiCh rate of taxation. past flvo years. my nomination, I expressed to you my wtmp4 SimpU fnf on rtrrij4 c 7ttf 9tnmp ctly known as Warner's safe euro, has b en enough under war taxation, and we think the may have made m'stakes.wt I can't recall residing in that State. (Applause. Ity the courage, and had the patriotism, sad had GRANiiMOTiisn Hbutox, of Virginia, III., fai tifully lncstlgntlug tho cause, nnd has XH CHASttt A. VOGtlCR CO , IsNIsurf . a blot upon tbe the vigor, tf they had given htm the power to senso of obligation to tho convention, and time has come the time of peace when war what they are. What te has proposed means such as theso taxation should cease Need I argue before an la icgiid to the tanff the best fair name of that State they hare man-ace- d nobly uphold the rights of American allien stated that, although I had not sought tho Is doubtless tho only irson living In the called to his aid scientists as well as incdl SU )Mfritl 4 SJftktllfMt Vnltcd Htates born In tbe famous Tow cr of ml men, Impressing to keep Republicans Intelligent audience like this that it la best for Interests They believe In the Senship. of tho Applause. nomination, I did not feel at liberty, under land. them tho fact Ixmdon. Hho Is eighty-on- e years old, and that there cannot bo Uon cffeit without a this country that there should not beanoier that the place for the tarplus is tn the ate. The real estate Is owned largely by a 1 he speaker proceeded at proat length the circumstances, to decline It 1 thought au pocket of the people, that there should few large landholders, who re fun to sell to to demonstrate that tho Democratic party then, as I still think--, that whatever I couM ber parents wcro employed In tho grim old causa This investigation disclosed tho fact flowlnc Trtaurt prison when she was born, "We are In tatorof nreWiton of the tariff be a reduction In tho Ll t without doing In honest foreigners desiring to live wljh them, was not engaged In a crusade to redact tbe properly do to promote the that In tho olden simple remedies of principally upon two points : First, we think Juty to;tho wages of the isbomgman. They and thus they have kept control. It Is an out- wages of the working people. Ho sr nam IitvarM Giuiorc, ths noted band master, la said ttnO adclnUtorc-il- times compounded c! herbs umriiitiofliKratid as my an nir anil referred President Cleveland I ought to do. Ills ftiirrtiHl ihs in that raw material, wherever It Is possible so to want a system of taialti a moderation, a rage. It Is the only State In the Union where to tho fact that the first b(oralaliiTlI iHiioni faruirr huh wiantLCMnetf bul Administration has lxeii marked with to bo an ardent supporter of rhsnipagne. and rooU, which wcro gathered and stored crit4aliiihihiHrranIlnfvnurs(Hl wailvak such cutrjge has been perpetuated. I am the pePlo them do, should be admitted free of duty. We be- taxation In the Interests He always keeps the liquid on tap at homo, In tbo lofts of tho log cabins, and when aware that some of the gentlemen who had passed by Democratlo votes was vetoed by suck Integrity, good artists manly courage lieve. In the second place, that the taxes upon selves. A Democratic 11 js of Iteprcienta rrotitri W. I. HtialtioiatariHlumlr1rVi and recommend tt even for a breakfast ana tnj kucss came on, thco remedies from nat-ui- - tr ? toua bsa tham withoutbint narnoss irlr the necessaries of 111) should be inado as light tlves has given to us a bill bumW on the true from that aectloa of the country are very fond the last Republican President of tbo and exalted patriotism that n just appretli bottom, dun afrauil upon patriot of coming West and to Now York to tell our United Htates, uud that the Scott blJ, ciation of theso high qualities seems to call dnnk. A deotvtlon known as champogno-porte- r s laboratory weru used with tho best s'.saip4 as possible. Upon thes two points we may Interests of the masses, founJcJ shundy gaff ho pronounces a cC'cts, cltUen hnw they ought to vote, passed without a moment's hesitation bv a for bi confidently appeal to the people In this cam tsm, framed In tho Interest of all consumers of foreign-bor- n 'symphony taH.T3td" palm. I don't propose to argue to you at any the land. A Republican Snate may refuse to but I think that It Mr. Illalne had wanted to do Democratlo House, was passed by th Rs ITUut wrrulhOitO umcdlcst Wfcatwcre I am strongly Impressed with the belief citizens he might a publican Senate only with extreatt) rs length In favor of the propriety of what la pass It, but, la my Judgmcat, 't w li havo to do something for foreign-borItcrrALo Ilttx Issued that his would powerfully tend order forbidding has sale of a peremptory thryusod fori After untiring and diligent year or two ago have stopped In that State and luctanco. In known as the Mills btlL You, by this time In so, and that fact will be rvcoga z"d in this cam tho liquors to any search tbey have obtained thu formulas so his Judgment, nothing but the campaign, are familiar with the details of palgn. The Interests of ths people in this cam told his Republican brethren they ought to do the oxlgenclcs of thla campaign and tbe tn strengthen of the Indiana connected with hla show generally used for vurlous disorder. THAT rKCMin OF rRATKRMTT that measure. lam not here to say that It Is paign are Identified with tae.Democrntlc party, just'ee n there before coming West to tell record of sotro of tholr candidates Induced Holding tho office of United Htates Indian Now tho question K bow will tho olden citizens here how they ought to perfect Inall Its deta'l, but. In the main, It Is a and In this campaign the iattresii of labor are foreign-borthem to pass it Tho conclusion of iia ad among the American people that Is so es- Agent, and tmlng thce Indians under his tlmo preparations u fleet tho people of this measure reasonably free from objection. It Is Identified with that same part (Cheers. Dut vote. 10 re at applause, charge, bo has full authority to Ijsuc such age, whohaxo U-edress, which was listened to wltbitho sential to their welfare, peace and happi-ne1 An nnt with For these reasons, my friends, we have no treated, under inodorn a measure intended io autrv liiw Irai Ininri.)n jnnia this Inclement medical schools nd codes, with tvloDcni terests of the country. It Is a measure In the weather. If this Is a samnlejifloulana weather expectation that the Mills bdl will pass the closost attention, was greeted with A eat and and to the perpetuity of the Vnlon an order of our freo Institutions. svnnlaun prefer the weather of of Now Y ork. Senate of the Unllod States. I do not propose d Tucks are severs! Interests of the writers at and Injurious druirs. Thf- tout bus been the consumers, the I approvo the platform of the Bt Louis tho Capitol, Representative Hopkins, ot caref allv pursued, until they aro convinced t desfro onismr lhhl the Do- - this evening to discuss the merits ot ths bill farmers, the mechanics and tho laboring men (Laughter. I. alsssssaT H L moo racy of New convention, and I can not toostronjrjy exYork tasPhthusntstle and which the Senate majority proposes as a sub A CHAMPION OF UABP of the country. Illinois writes with tho loft baud exclusivethat the preparations they now call War "My friends, when this question was first aetermjnea in thin rsmpJW?1" wo wm earrr stitute. I simply ssy they have presented this press my dissent from the heretical teachly, never having learned or trlM to use tho ner's aru what cur Cabin rrmcdle our State for Cleveland and Thurman as tt Issue too late. Whatever merit there may be How Mr, Thurman Mettled th Hocking presented to Congress last December In a mesings of a monopolist that the welfare of a jmmi with the right Air. Ale Cora as, of Mary. much abured system require. Galley Labor Trouble. sage by the President have you forgotten how has never been carried before. The people are In that bill, or whether there Is any, I do not popocan bo promoted hy a system of ex- - land, writes with either bond at ploaaurn, Amodgtuom is what Is known as Warcry for tariff reform Is sweeping propose now to discuss. Rut whatever merit that message was received by our opponents w.thue. The Tho course of Judgo Thurman In tho orbltant taxation far In excess of the but not with both at once ner's !ng Cabin ftarsaparllta, and they In and out of Congress? In the first place, they over the land, and righ there In the State of Inthere may be In thetr bill the people and the of tho Hocking A alley wants of the (fuvrrmtitfiit y Jkx.me Jlsk sas that Mrs. Alma Tadema frankly announco that they do not txmstdor real xtd the fact that It Is tax payers of this country are Indebted to the settlement said there was no surplus; In the second place, diana I have The Idea thnt n pro pit oan be enriched Is nn excellent housekeeper as well as an Uio sarMparill of so much valuo in itself your Intention to do your duty to the full meas1681, strike, which commetmxl in June. they said if there was a surplus It did not matDemocratic party, which has forced the fight ing upon this question. Applause. ter. They said: 'It Is better, Is It not, that wo ure in this campaign. Rut for Id In striking' contrast to that pursued by hfavr and unnecessary taxation, thnt fcweorupUshed painter, and that she docs not as It is in the combination of tbo various should have a surplus than a deficiency They the position assumed by the President and the by condition can be Improved by neglect her household duties for her art IngrvOn itta which together work man AT FtDUXAfOLIS. Hnrrluon in tho labor trouble of a man'shtm on taxing ssiu: ma unwise io aisiuruinsDusiness intertho system. Thoy also have all he wears, on all his wife Her motto Is kitchen first, studio second. Between 0,000 and 7.000 had assembled party he represents there would hav been W a sister of Mrs. ests of the country by tinkering with the tariff, AtTonillnson Hull, Indianapolis, to hear nothing accomplished upon this matter. We is77. Irs Alraa-Tadeand children weart on all his tools and Imprcparat us for other disc net, such aa 4 are w Itfng that our opponents shall define and they neglected no opportnn ty to discours, Oosse. Tho two sisters look very "Warner a I'OgCabiu cough and consumpDuring tho Hockirjr Vnlley v ftAT TPar " plements of Industry, Is an obvious ab. age the presentation of this question to the peo- the Governor's or 'nlntf speech. For flvo their position, we are willing they shall Interwhen tho war between the coal surdity. To nil the vaults of the Treasury tnuch ahke,both being tall and blonds. Mrs, tion ren it ' "Iav? Cabin bops and buchu ple of the United States. Nevertheless that minutes the audience, neurly every man pret their own platform, and we claim the Warner's Iog Cabin hair tonic.11 remedy on his feet, was in a perfect frenzy of en same privilege upon uur prt. The Democrat message, which startled the country somewhat operators and miners tttd becoao al with an Idle surplus for whU h tho Govern Oosso aJo baa a Ulent for painting Mas llrcKKxa. wife of the rovernor of They hm-- great confidence that they have because of Its boldness. Its honesty. Its candor, thuslasis. party. I deny that most a war of extermination, it wm ment has no legitimate use, and to thereby lepartvfsnota free-trad- e tiJet bfn2 finally Kentucky, wears aa ornamut a couch-ithol- l a euro f r the common disease of catarrh, deprive the people of currency was acted upon by our D.mocrt'c representaGovernor Hill who appeared profoundly there Is any thing In the Democratic platform GENTLEMEN. submitted lace pin and sleevo-buttoutives In tho tower Houso of Conn-ess- . which In wfkiitMv givo tbo tmtno of "Log Cabin They affected by his reception, with broken that can be construed as favoring free proK)jod that tho diaputo bo Tbsontyratr rt MKt MI.I' Hhs m with a. isxroED ron tiixir uusineks '! a bill known as the Mill b lU demuch co. And my friends, It does not follow to arbitration, and, niter Cabin plaster," framed trade Rut, .NU'l.StUn r UAl'l tint voice and In a hesltat ng manner said; wants, and tocrrat a nowerfal addition to their beauty, have the charm of roocnm" Atsoa dallr signed to relievo the country from unnecesNor It 1 1. party sultation, Judge Thurman was finally from that that tbe Democratic n confident will supplant all which KELtow-CrrizEI have heard considerable iHBia aillltbfritnaian. U. and dangerous stimulus to extravagance tyromantic history, having been purchased others, ttn'fnro er pi 11, to i") used wwrrtvcly Chlf I- - IMM'OI. fUS4ti4wagualtciiUiu tuaOa sary taxation. The bill was opposed at ctery does not favor tariff revision. It Is altogether and a In her rclatlve,Oeneral Oeorgn Washington, atep, but our gallant Democratic members of about the Wild West, hut this far exceeds my a different thing. We are opposed to excessive agreed upon by both sides ai sole and corruption In the expenditures of the from a b'SOtftlfS1 r niSAtctA and destitute sailor, or tn o NticcUon with the other remedies , - not I thank you n An roi.lt :mii I'judge In tho case After much reluc Government, seems :o me to I a policy und by htm worn on the coat tn which Congress persisted In the fight. They said to expectation. LUreit applause. Wo t that tho publto will not bo disap- ll ilr- J Men ai .1 ItU t a imr at for this kind and flattering reception. I am taxstion, opposed to an unnecessarily high ihrm he their opponents: "Propose a better measure, proud to speak In the c tv that was tar ff we believe the time has come when, tance ho was Induced to aecort the at variance with every sound principle of was Inaugurated They are fiai ihlnviiaatall rjrwa4tbo, ht)Tac4sot pointed in theso rt tardus, bi will roap u 1 the home without injuy to any m Tnri give us a better substitute, do something for or nin lha frrt M I IHItUI and tho colorlug is cxulaite, that distinguished s atesman, Thomas A taxes can be reduced. InterestIs In the countrj, dlrticult chargo on condition thtf his Government and of political economy. Sia1.AltirUt)ntOtlM benefit from the luicitlgaUuns, and that the relief of an overburdened and That the Democratle arar The necessity of reducing taxation to t'alfh forth rn.- Applause) I am likewise proud , vr thout people. Hut our appeal to them was made In Hendricks. M Kati C'nintUuiuch reduce! financially, the proprietors will nottio cmtmrrasaod In forhaavf iMlt'ut.tn M4 A UOUKIM1 proveut such an nccumulatloa of surplus to speak In the city that Is the home of your position and all the clamor of Republican poll services should lo absolutely Allot; i iba miti Tain thay nfTnrd no substitute. their Introduction by dealers trylug to sub- M.party purposes can compensation, and that nil tho ev denco preTher present ahlo Covcrno", Isaac P. Gray. Ap- ticlaas simply to subserve fair, square, manly revenue and the consequent depletion of nnd Is trjmg to sell some old paintings left stitute remedies nnpif ttihiiovvirintniT tirvrrvtik becu so familiar wrt fM IMil'til..inS)9nlliii:itU af sented no other bill They discussed tho quesnot change the honest, IS IHIiNIa plause, The Democracy of the Empire State position bearing on tho matter should to laid the circulating medium U u Apparent that Tier bv her father During her social reign tothnahehi of Ibathaio I kj tion week after week and month after month, iu xhm Applause. our druggists Tills lino th Ntfkln" itt of the Democratic party. ne waa mow fram uud ndiuIiiO and less mm Mff. ft iMiiuih raising the same ery that the question sends greetings to the Democracy or tho State We believe that there should be tariff duties before him. Tho papers wcro "luccd no party dares to deny tt; but when wo Sen rd than unT leader Washington has ever of rem die will bo used instead of others. NhMi numi txrr tn pmail lluys a iba ic lu of Indiana. (Applause We arc assembled ought not to be considered at alL Finally when ar Iba batt h va in lb w rtl sufficient to meet the expenses of the Uorern in his hands and ton tint and flights come to consider the mode by which the seen She ha lost nono of her beauty, Insist iiaai your druggist getting them for All ma4 in t tiara ItufcUai au4 tne rote came they contented themscnes with this evening to hear discussed the Issues of ment economically administered. It UOl We do not reduction may tw made we find a wide an the hour. all though sbe U now over forty six, forthough you if n bisn't Omwi yet tn stock, aud wo 4ti4 bf t urdaaitr. nu offrrj a friw amendment. Then, when theae tao caw to Waving np s preliminaries, permit belle re that under oar constitutlcn the Gov of unremitting toll wore devotod by tagonism letween our party and the d'scass'cn et the enter feelivtillJeat that theso now remedies wilt W. L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mnsi. 4heouthful freshness of facets gone, her were to ted down, they simply voted against principal topic towhltb I desire to call your eminent has the right to impose taxes for any hlra to tho examination of the cao. Till MONOPOLISTIC LEAD EH. fcaturs are of that floe nnd noble mould rucotve approbation utour rvodor's hands, the measure. express purpose further, HU opinion us a model of clear Of our pollttcnl attention, I need not Inform an Intelligent other the adjustment of We believe,should k to re. opponent. We thut time can never rob of Its beauty Her as the f antlers havo used every caro la to the Senate of our country tbe tariff be "It then went audience like thla what toe Issue of the hour is. that vrw ex reasoning, and his ilocition duce taxes upon the necessaries of life; life has bren full of tragrdy, but there is the.r X" such that, as far as possible and as may the Republican Senate. That body hesitated You have had meetings heretofore tn this city, necessary every Interest of labor should be pressed In tho following torn jdlng our opponents seek In regard to It; discussion of it was postponed; and X be to Increats them. We not a lino on her brow, and her eyes are as queshare no that Wi t s tt from a reliable source that It protected and every reasonable protection and finally, my friend. In the month of Oc- tion known as doubt tariff the great give to the masses of the eople chrap Aim as If they had never known a tear parngrnph, a verdict in favor it the quostlon the has afforded to our industries. has be aedthe 'rail moon' ever slur Applause, tober, on the eve of this Presidential election, been most and good clothlna, cheap blanktts, chvnp before the ih w i aed ever II 1 imAr elaborated discussed men on tho entlio matter in :sp'--c: when the country has been considering this you. Permit me, however, to call your at This much abused Mills b It, It has been taeutenaat-iteneral- s tools and cheaplumber. The UpubllcAtis, Trrac hsvebeennvo My decision, therefore, la that tbe curators matter for many long months, when they saw tention at the outset of my remarks to one stated, will destroy the Industries of our counof tbe two districts can par tbe adranc asked by their platform and their leaders In the la tho United Stale army, Washington, Wauneu'a I OO Cap.ik try and reduce the w ages that a demand for tariff reform was sweeping peculiarity of this eampa-gn- . It differs from I deny both propositions of our laboring men. (sixty rents per ton) and compete, w lis other Senate by their proposed bill, say, Increase IVutt, (limit, tMvtiitMM UmS S&r?d TL over the country, at this eleventh hour, what the campaigns of the rast In ::r.;ir.n;r. emphatically. I am Presidential speaking now of d.atrlcta. the taxes on clothing and blankets, and Generals have been three la number, do they do? They then propose a measure for year the articles manufactured and "Cough nnd Hllru" In th'a for first time In Urant, hhermaa and 8heridaiu Tho men wcro right and the em thereby Increase their cost the reduction of the tariff and a reduction of twenty odd years the people the encaged In the brought into this country upon which the duties Consumption Itamixlr are taxation. The majority of the Finance ComTn first Kaber lead pencils were made MAINTAIN A IIIflH DUTT ployers wcro wrong and JudgaThur discussion of economic and Industrial qtes-tlons- . are reduced. There is not a single manu Hops nnd Huchti. --r Kmittee of the Senate made a report to which I nNuremherf, Oer The first point thit I desire tn factured art'ele upon which the duty Is man stood by tho men. Tho reasoning On the tools of the farmer an 1 mechanic by "HMr desire to call your attention from the ad-- . behalf of the Democratic party Is to make whereon much left by this that reduced Mills bill there is not revenue this repre- upon which his conclusion was based and upon the lumber which they need fur many, In IT 01 Their manutat turo in tho Tonlo."-Uvorl,II- U, missions BAde in It. Dy that report they say we are Indebted to the a sufficient to United Rtatee was begun at York tn ie, statesmanlike and abused whole cost of the labor involved In the construction of their mode! duelling. they find that the revenues of the Governsent the (Porous-KUtrlcnl-), that PVtcraV1 was so clear that tho operators :ould honest force of Grover hops and barns, and thereby prevent their 1M1, just ono hundred years later ment are excessive. It seems to me wo heard cheering for having theCleveland continued Its production anywhere. (Applause.j ThereMCok opportunity of pre- fore, tbe It Is only sixty years sjothat tho first nrv, Cream," for Catarrh. Thoy someth'eg like that in President Cleveland's senting these questions. Four years ago obtaining these necessaries at reasonable first position that I take Is that tbe not resist it, and tho miners Immedi otner Democratic party favors thereby hat Unmor'a 'Tlppccanoo," tho message last December. Laujhter.l They said questions occupied rtatfs carrying tbe United but a mail westately resumed work upon the crms prices. the proteceffective remedies of tho old that the demand for a reduction of the the various sectionsthe attention of the people, tion of labor Rut we don't believe whan a they had demanded. Tho Judge was Can any sensible man doubt as to whnru ward A"od over the Allegheny Mount-aln- s stmpl of our country were artariff seems to be Imperative. Wo have rayed against each other We were fighting sufficient tariff Is still left to represent the cost The road taken by the stage was Ixg ( bm dnya. he should stand In this controversy? Can heard that before. laughof the labor involved In the production, that It tho recipient of many resolution and Continuous the war over again. by reason of any by tit from Cumberland, ild , to Wbeeilcg, a dls man 1 It has primannnUr ctiml TitotArH ter.! They said there was a necessity lf tanco of 130 imica. years of a National Demo- Is necessary to still burden the people simply letters of thanks from Inbor orgtnha-tlon- s false pretense that a systemderived Iim of caat prouounrrcl ly so unreasonafor a revision so that the Inequalities cratic Administration, the country is entirely to g ve an excessive profit to monopolists and throughout tho United State), Iras, If you ha prriiKrtt'r siyiiip ble and unjust Is for the benefit of laborof the tariff should no longer be perpetuated. end completely- - pacified; asd hence we manufacturers. This position ae and readily understood. Our Is clear, plain ! ' Uty of On January 26, 1880, immodatcly ing men? A Valmblo Remedy. toirw, mih m ( iieli, Then they presented their bill. lam cot here permitted to discuss these Questions opponebta for that more party purposes may misrepresent llrpftthluir Vi--, tl .111 dfisv 1 at ihms to discuss the wisdom of the details of thai Intimately concern Much Is said about competition of Amer It That Is after Judge Thurman's adjudication, Applauws.1 the rwple. BiUTPETn's Pills purify tho Mend, bill, but I am here to say, tn the light of these This to be expected,but the reductions which we pro- tho following preamble and rendition lean laborers with tho result was Indeed worth all the effort pose pau)r labor ot ftttmulat tho Idver, strengthen tbe Kid -- MtmtA. claims, in the light of theae facts In and alt the labor cost Iimnlutciv. Jly DniKCl can it four fears ago to bring Industry be effected without Injury to a single were adopted unanimously by tho Kurope; but does not every man who looks hyuUU Tzzj the light of the attitude or the Repubot the country, and without a reduc I tt about. rr ff til wi Its j an Imtroduced In tho United Htates la 1SU. Mince licans In Congress and out of Congress, that the tion of the wages of a single laborer la the State Trades and Labor Assembly of around hlra and see aud know What Is the Issue of the aonrf The great land. Applause mense majority of the laborer In Amerreport of the majority of. the Senate commit that tlmo over fifty millions of boxes of Rut, taking advantage of Ohio, then in session at Columbus: Shall OAKLAWN FARM. ica are not engaged In what are called the IIiuMjaETii's Villa have been consumed. tee and the presentation of any bill whatever question Is;country?there be a reduction of taxa- the desire of tbe American people to be just, ANTI-BILIOMEDICINE, I sccd&n argue before taking advantage of thetr desire also to be 'Aertat, The success of the recent arsitra protected Industries? by them Is a confession of judgment In favor of tion tn this This, with thouaandsofconvlnr Andas tothosewh this Intelligent audience of tie danger to the generous, tion proceeding between the miners anier PERCHERON all the positions taken by President CI ore! and people malarial atlairirta I heir Tlrltte rw there are selfish Interests clamoring ators of the Hacking Valley are employed In such Wtuu.trU, U It ia isg tertlsscn'al frost si! pp of th InMnJ; In an overflowing treuary. You have for a higher tariff, clamoring and Ohio Cetttal and the Democrat c party In December last that a tax shall undeniable that tbe duties proposed by world, ispoMUvocvidcncoof their value Hilar In freeing- - lliray alms uustn nunoctf lApplauie. Now they concede tho propriety of heard this question dlscussel at length, and bo put upon goods unnecessary for tbe pur districts is ver gratifying and encooragtAf to you undoubtedly have made c? your minds on pose IlnaMmcTu's riLLa ure purely vegetable the Democratlo measure called the Jlills Intin llml Hinii. Ilrgaiilly ugar ssiriHTri or the Government and unnecessary for all lovers of justice and fair play; and the discussion of this question. They now prod I but echo, I IIAmtf9 While we concratulate the "ibrt bill far exceed the difference ttween absolutely harmless, and safe to take at roatcil, Ikoio amall. lrire, 33rl. pose tollnkcr with tho tariff tatmselvrs; they the question, but I say this rrocxoK ttnn protection or the laborer. We say the time 200 fiTALLIOVSnf aann. POw ia disturb what they ar think, tho sentiments of the American people sof has come when the lints ahould be drawn, for their willingness to arbitrate the Ju4tts American and Kuropean wage, mid that anytime. fmwM li'-cstCo the 1tt not be therefore, tf It were admitted tli: "xothis cot bciicvcwill bzr cr Bold In every drug ami mod id no store, kUAtiil 1AO 1MII.TN Indl- wncn aome JrgisUliuu should Im luaJe Iu the of their claims, too much credit are the business Interests of this counthat our MU1 pcAlsnr. strt country rtven tn that sterling man of tbe people, A.n worklngmn enn ! tMlU.M Iiirmy SU Snw York. try by taking up this question cither plain or sugar coaUxL them ty having an overflowinglorrbe subserved interest of the people, mad nbvn the IrtfisI-tlonby tar I IT treasury. beWe Laughter selves. My applause. and tbe past tn tbe Interest of classes and (J Thurman, for consenting to act as amp j?, against cheaper labor, they would' be fully tlSMtlS t A II iZH iiaJlufual ptace for a surplus and hit Impartial consideration of the evldeace IT Irtnist IM n s fantuua llttiai airai friends, it Is too late. The cry for tariff re- lieve. In a word, that the Koa an example of the power of a single tbe Interest taxation Is tn the pockets of lie people and not InThe framera of monopolies should cease. presented nollsht task for a man ot his years protected and more than protected by that letter compare the phrases 'bloomlng form which has been spreading over this counSteal 4wlliy, of this tariff bill endeavored, as mm and which was evidently assumed to, ta a bill? Vffcurp cheek1' snd bloomlngcheeks." UKtAMUALM try has reje ved such an Impetus that it win In the Federal Treasury, ureal applause.! far as possible, to ao arrange schedules that Hay ttlil mcV Tfrma lUajr. peace Does not every man know CfirwdcU. sssfrbrLY again place Mr. ClercUud In tho Presidential We believe that in times of us war there slioul J the necessaries of life should be made free. meaaure, ameliorate the condition of labor ard trie tUs u4 I(mI f4iwr-- rl Aptaxes. be no longer Imposed upon capital employed In the Hocklnz Valley wl that the increase In price of horn manuchair. LProlonged cteers.l IirrbMdfirofx4-tlf- $ IlrfaHtlitjr nf Amrka plause. Important Intluitry Cliffkr!, We found ourselves at the advent Who can object to thUT How will this Injure Ohio Central districts and the city of Colua An factures, produced by a high tariff, does tva4Uf fihtmm aJSwii, W SSaai ! as "I said X did not propose to discuss tho de- Into power of a Democratic National Admlnls-tlo- n the Industries of your country r The cry of the bus; therefore, f Hy't CrMm This disaster occurs when digestion Is In not go Into tbe pocket of laboring men, terrupted. tails of the Mills bill, and I do not. There are othersltels a false cry. It Is a misleading M. W. DUNHIM. Wayne, Illinois. with a aystem of taxation UttoUtd, That tbe secretary otthts assembly UU tho business of the stom- iK on! tcruUtrr some things, however, you will permit me to bringing Into the Federal Treasury which was cry; there Is nothing upon which to base tt but only tends to swell the profit of othS0aOlMa4lbiHaUA1W an amount ach to manufacture tho raw material, food, curnL tmf allude to. What earthly objection tan there far In excess of Its needs. A less strong, a less For Instance, let me take tbe Item ot salt be Instructed to fcrward Hon. Allen O. Tbur ers? Into blood, tbo fertilizing tide that Iwars fer SO ftart from man the above preamble, which properly roa be upon the part of the farmer, the worklnc Tell we why any laboring man ahould object veys patriotic man than President It seems to me that If the policy of th vigor to tho most distant porta of tho digesbrate, a and expresses tbe sentiments of tbe Oslo men and the laboring men of this great State Cleveland less might have avoided tbe Hsue ap- to th s being put upon the free llstt Will It State Trades and Labor Assembly upon Uu democratic party Is plainly presented, at tion When this Is checked, inanition, Uss ctitirrh and ftifarrb-i- u of Iodlana to placing salt upon the free list? plause in ex AAhtsrA, arw t Viii but It confronted aim and he met 't Injure any Industry alL this country to anyvery matter must understand that w e seek to make the of strength, organic disorder ensue. What Injury can this be to our industries and grandly and nobly. That Issue is now pre tent? Not at Some of the fitctns'! iiitttrs ! I 7 TREATED 1'llEE Tho happy settlement of a great div cost of living less ami at the same ttmt to renewed labor Heck tho thfttnm& n U tfu jtnt rtmtily to your Interests? Suit Is one of the c: ae American men engaged In the salt Industry ot this aliens scntodfor tlucou:icrit:ce Hitlers It fAdf djfunfAt luting ntsn SStStr U j - uUpwm life used byetcry family, and when people. Last December, in a message, which country faror tbe DUttlng ot salt on the pttlo resulted In tho fui Ihur Incre&ao Increase the share of the Inbrfng nun in troubled with constipation, rheumatism, utovria nhmMi" ittrtcf D. T lllfjin. Marraiw1iMtrnHrlf Larw!aa Hnm ? the Democratic party proposes to place this on was bold and nble, strong sad patriotic. Presifree list. Once in a while you find an honest of miner's wages in the benefits of 'ntimil prnariity and malaria and kidney complnlnt UUL1 tho Hocking grow n, iltrm 1bi f Irc iiytnh I iXs the fre lUt, they are arilng In your Interest, dent Cleveland presented th question to t45 i wl th. laraiml nUpt the manufacturer who will concede the propriety Valloy district, nnd tho compensation -and not unserving selfish Interests of their American Congress tifbj 1 t flrlrt(atinw I am, very respectfully, your obedIul He pointed cut th duty ot tbe action taken on the Mills bill, and everyEcoomt Is wealth, wealth breda t ' l,iV III ftiapaar an4 mlantajaal own. la 1 1 iln words, the Democratic party In rain f inipt' mtararam'Trt l ntamaf where I go 1 find honest uiuufseturers coming as now fixed is 75 cents for winter servant, travagance, therefore economy Is the of that Congress; he pointed out the needs of fall Au its G. Turn wan. this rami situ la fighting the selfish of tho to the front, sitting upon ih DJH30ritt Imvm l iSreyrii!. tr r" mother ef cxtraragance.;(irri Uuar people, pointed the a sy mining and 70 cents for nitminr minYrk, nj ktumi u. it ntfcr wrnanriMnsa-.at- H mam cr mmiIi LUX auatllthj. u MTArrvn St., country on behalf of the masses of the peo- the payers he consumers of our fir a relief for a it raaliiatha mftri tndoMcg theMllla bill. Applause. rf country; certax and ing. Wo havo no doubt that the 10; Miftmatntantr ri urMIi Wsrnnlntly rrl ple. lChccra.1 Why, we bae heard this same A Curious experiment nUYEHH'aUIDEIs tho rush of tho summer work Is Now recommendations were mads In the Inter-rat- a It has been said there Is a trust a salt trust. caarsrvtlimKMarMlihr liafirn IsPl'! cry n de bc.'oro that. If the tar.ll was changed tain of ceft,, I never heard ot it. It was discovered a day or 000 minora of Ohio nnd their brethren March and Bit.a somewhat over, wo desiro to call attention inomMrilfmMki first object on pimi Tia T at l', tho bus nets Interests of the country by our the people. In The out of Congress made tro ago by a ditlngu'td Take a water flask, or a w.de-mout- h de year. It Is an enoy ntleman who throughout the country will remomW L,itiwpfk it tafa ut titl to somo matter looking forward to protito .. .Mi.a.i u.H.1 1 rM i opponents and f rsu was ltt (jf wouli b? m'urrd. Let me give you an that there was no necessity for soy spoke here. I care not whether there is or of uami Infor. rnUr or bolUe, hold tt In a horliontal po- Llowurlsfsr the fill nscnth", "M thrmijgh irMatinaullurn ibM Lj4j Wilt It action on AWmt twelve or thirteen years Illustration fir worse. Let us with their otes tho justlco done to sition, and pi a co a small cork In tho neck. tho winter. Writo to It I Johnson ft Co.. for all woo pur iiI. -- "or the inpiP I do not not but if there Is, so much the1UV the part of Congr ago- -I rurget lMlNiWk. K. W "awMfi Mfwnia luataroito tho luturies or tho precise the and tend, If thorn by Allon u. Thurman, and the It will then seem nn easy matter tn blow date there mistake tbe Republican potltoa upon that place this salt upon the fiee pin Mum St., IkKiuitwud, Vo., and they wilt par Mlaa loilUTalr cm1 ItVT wna a of life. We on demand part the of quest'on In and out of Cosgrets. They as- we can, o destroy these other trusts. Ap- benefits they havo since recelvl In tbe cork Into tho bottle but upon trUl it show you bow to do a grand work, tvluiti H. H. QRIIN A. &ON8, M. Da., Atlnntn, On. you with the leoflo that hides should bo placed sumed to treat the question la a trifling man- plause. oan olotbe you and furnish will be found almost Impossible to do m, can bo IB ado a irrnatunt thltiy. " upon the freo list. Same of the tanners all tho noceaaary and unnecessary A few years ago the distinguished candidate consequence of his just judgment ner. They did not think the storm at the harder ono blows tho more forcibly ofMho country objected; others doubted the to be a great one, and tbey Imszlned was going for Tmr sportsman mar lead appliances to rldo, walk, danse, sleep, n was a member of Congress In a similar crisis, in 1877, It would It Is ejoctcd cut of the bottle and Into tho euco, but his career Is not anan Idlo exist propreiyoriL It was nlatmed that it would soon blow over. Uut, my friends, the storm from the city of New York. He didn't then est, flah, hunt, work, o to ohurch, aimless cno. Harrison drew $1,000 per week face of tho experimenter. The cxplana-tio- n serious y affect tho people of this country to or stay st home, and In various slios, tn his bonnet, bee was then started I now sweeping not only have the IlooTH and Ilarrett will appear at Cinof thla peculiar bshavlor of thi cork from tho railroad companies, whilo tylM and quantities. Just Hs:'ir out have raw hides pot upon the free Hit, but Con- - that prairies or the the West, but all tbe Middle and I think bo was honest with bis own con simple. The bottle la already full cinnati fur six days, bestnntug October l. Is what Is required to do all thsso thlnfs viteuni luiid ?ut37!, "Cii S3 SI! 7 Htate of our country. hnnrti with his constituents. When receiving $5 per day as tho pay of a of very so AppiBusv. A uir-ur- e persuaded to place thts article upon the free COMfORTABLT, nd you oan make a fair air, that no more can bt) blovvc Into Julius Co'sar, Othello, Merchant of Venice a few years ago as to captain of troop was introduced la that Congress the question csme up organized to ron It; aud the only effoot produced by blowand Hamletwlll be presented as they never list. Tao result has been that to-destimate of Ue value of tho I1UYEUB' there as the Mills bill It Is a bill whether salt should be placed on the free list, known against tho unemployed laborers. ing Is to compress tho air already Inside. were given before. All should arrange to QUIDB, which will bo sent upon not h tanner anywhere engaged In business In In the interest of the people. It at- Levi P. Morton voted aye. Three years ago, tend attend thla rich dramatic treat. reoelpt of 10 oents to pay postage, the land bat what Is glad that It was done, and tacks A". Y. Star. United States Wfccn the prcasurc is rerssved. the air beand is intended selfishness, to when he was a candidate for he would not have the duty restored If it were subserve MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. ing elastic, expands a?aln quickly, In tho best and truest interests Senator In our State against Mr Kvarts, some Crooked work will always bring a man possible to do so. The result has been your Aar laante! In nn rand Inf. X1M14 Jiiciilsin Avenue. Chiesi ti- may hare it defects, no of the Republicans who were opposing Mr. A Tariff Catechism, io doing forces the cork out of tho neck, into stralgbla. MUlturgh Chrtmtclt. tanning inte ests have ben lncresM; thy of our country It Sftd Hitdrrlna rrrd, favoring Mr. KvjrU mJo the Morton and moasura ! in the ma III! ftpprcritl li rvoro direction to tt NprwUlna: wllhuitl note. have prospered as never before, and we are ex Is a bill ISTvithouttbem; but object on, a n It charge against the former tbut It would Q. What Is tho Import lax upon curreut from th lungs of the experifrom reasonable bill Tliusavt, Wholesome, Hpcody for cough AVhotlr linllkf MrltitrlNl ayatrma. porting more leather to-dthan ever before which Istite 5-TO- N Intended to do sometMnr for the re- not do to elect him United States Senator cnmlatunrd by Hutrfr t'nitrl- somo article of common uio? menter Tbo neck of the bottle must bo Is Hale's Honey of Horchound and Tar In the history of th s country. What Is true tn lief practically of the taxpayers of tho country. because he was a free trader, and Instanced UrrnMnffrHiilalaarraiwiilrnrerlMf SS perfectly dry or tbo cork will adher to it, Piko's Toothacuo Drops Curo tn ouo minute. reference to this ono article Is true, as we (Applause. A. Upon woolen clothing 61 per m. A llawwsNtl. wltb oHntontof 1 oo wa Uken by the the fact that he voted to put salt upon the free WAGON SCALES, What ptalt UaU tnd Interfere with the succ th nk, in reference to others, The same argu of th in Mtn dlpra tha wir1Jfma.l Hcpuchcansf You tare Tux Wper of adoaf and dumb asylum the 1iL Atthattimo Mr. Morton came out in a trim 4r, Sul lb av4t !'! ti rtm Uranlfar 1 J. M. menu, my friends, which were urged then speeches that were rcade. not forgotten down card, in which be said It was unfair to call him cent, oi tnc icrcin value n?pujjr Scfrncs flcm. ClHlHt A'tntrnt. They voted of man. understands tbe mute-abilitllL1r, l. kJIr or tha ami bth f"tftt.nljwl Upon cotton clothlnjj 33 per cent, of against a reduction of tariff taxation are urged at every IfUbard th)ontit a freo trader becuuse ho voted to put salt upou opportunity the consideration of tbe POOR FIDO'S COFFIN. trvft'T lru a MUCTTK XlirtUAvt New Y via. now, and tho same arguments which tbey the free I'at Ho said he did this, and he the foreign value. ORPPEUT Medlclnum, Cincinnati, urgM now can tm urged In five year from now, que. lloo. Tho Willi n bill was Lilted. When ought not to be blamed for It because be d'd it Vsfl Upon sugar 82 per cent, of tho for- flow a uSJOYKSkrtSrrlbt Ht no substitute MhM Desecrated It fur long, noire, throat diseases. Hendfor book. ta ten years from now, and tn fifteen jsara tho final vote came rr rrit u m tn tbe Interest of tbo farmers and dairymen it, 4 tlllliy I.nero'a eign valuo. from oo w. Tbey were u a sound then; they are was offered tor tew nouTLBsuggestod In its of tbe State of New Yor A wiLL'CorxnsD head may be poorly Laughter and HAM 'WWRtafiHiJi were place, only A wealthy Iktaton woman went abroad, filled. ameMSU party offered. unsound now, - m m w niii s tsus raraa Upon rlco 64 per cent, of tho tttcn, tut nor can h? 1 n Tbe majority took the accompanied by bur pet dog and a couplo of my friends, I came to the State of In- position whichof the Republican "Now. tbey now occupy They simply reconcile his uttltude then with the attitude of valuo. tlCUORAAn MOSTItran bomafla wufk. diana girder that I might ass tho Democracy maids, ono to attend to htm and Ono to look 10 IV CUU fur oi Atniiprfirrfdwi Republican party now and the attitude opposed the Democratic measure, but had tbe THE MARKETS. am! s If Upon Bait 60 per cent, of the foreign after tho secondary nn rurnlkba Ior momentselbrlr short lln to lha Hunt mar lum, tfavarKreairs lnlnttr r ilrluln of ths Mate face to fuc We are Interested nothing to substitute in m pros tatol 7. ma the bene- taken In hta own letter ot acceptance? I read Kvrrr matter of tho comfort t tiarantffftl pamiilo frtar tuiiijti (ipr wlthyouln this great National campaign. 1 fit of the people. The it place forpassed the that letter of acceptance carefully the other valuo. aolkritrtl Writ us for Triers, V runko lbbat plofcdalsn A tw vamnrH'i in towns ana of tho mistress. Uut alas I exclaims Arlo bill finally ClUCINIATf, Oct. AilfKjrraa known ami allrnaatar than nttirra ii came Io bring you good word from the Empire Democratic House II. i joll.NSOSACO,lcSlalnlU, ltlcbiawDd. day to see If he would give us some gleam of Upon lumber 16 per cent, of tho for- Batos In tho Providence (It I.) Jwrrwl, XJVnBTOCK Csttle-Commo- Dfl Representatives and thalr lYiiniunn tfNnl IKtllli C WlMlMO, M Ct2(0 t4M a tflis nrsa wt r '11 State. I come to tell) ou that we propose to went to a Republican of hope that he would possibly vote for froe salt Ontra. UU Jllver Hlrrai, i blcna;, Illtnula. , 3 Erf) Cholrn butchers Senate, and unquestlon eign valuo. even pet dogs can not llvo forever, and tho HOOK Common . g ve the vote of the Umpire State to Cleveland THIS rat sa 4 Tumors Cursd. Nsw XtthaJ r n i ita. 4 75 . ably it will be beaten. Uut I call your atten in the future, but found not a word of It Apand Thurman In November. Ilokifntfra. Dr,BttLUb Upon womon's all wool drcsgoods end of this pampered canine's career caino When I made this statement the Ureat cheering doM packers tion to tho position of that Republican Senate. plause. n & v) WANTIIlMiy tho oldost, Wtir,183JoliB8tCiacUaaU.O. SALESMEN larirrat aitil baat bii' wnura There w II be no mistake about that this timet In Paris. His mistress was well-nigto cholco (4 110 Sllh P-heart-brokoother night In au audience In Nw York City a 83 per cent- - of tho foreign value, This question has now been before tho Amer4 rn to Choice fo 5(H) and by a majority that will not be counted by a ican people since last gentletnun in the nudlcnce called outi "Halt H seemed to hor pirticulurly cruel I.AMHH-Orw- Rl tnai In Ilia Writ rarmanaiit iMiaitioris. vikhI December. The majorH.Ol'K-Knm- ily Upon crockery nnd china 0 per . 4 y, OiilOtfrva TAUK M.'iviitU,UuUiana,M'j. few thousand. (Applause, il ft 5 0) f'JSZJ mis lAMlSrb' J,tlttn4 (i. SUiulrlrMWtrrM. Immense Our people are ity of the Finance Committee of thn Senate will not save him this time." hr thut Fido, or whatever his precious rmmo UUAIN-Whciit- -No 1 01 .JriHl twiUMi ar s am s run r a rsa tMf mm f m & 1 ( nntMfiMHtMi aroused to the question or the hour. laughter.) cent, of tho foreign value. We made a report, in htcn tb"y said, substantial may havo been, should havo been forced to No. 3 nnt . il 1 W B(rce with you that something ought to be ly, that the demand for Another article we prcpoo to put upon the orn So. tf mixed 44 C6 naJ thorough Upon llnon 35 per cent, of the foreign mcothU end fur from hit native lund and 4fif done to subserve the Interests of the people. rolsion of our revenue a carefulIs imperative, free list Is wooL I Micru that the putting of Oats No. 9 in noil, M tho with whom ho had Our National Congress has legislated in tho In- that tt was necessary to lw -- - 8 a the National this article upon the free list will stimulate the value. IIA -- Prime to choice Hhe .. . terest of classes cod In the Interest of monop- revenue, which are now reduce H50 au to Upon glasswaro 60 per cent of tho nlwnys been la snarling disaccord, excessive, and that wool manufactures of tbe country. (Applause. 'lOHACtO-Medlu- m Leaf too) uu 75 vowed that at least his ashes should rest in We propose now to do tbey desire to remedy olies long enough. Pray tell me where and whence came this de- fotolgn valuo. In anomalies and dool Leaf mo (M9 ri) something for the Interests of the people. congruttles which bad the his nativo soIL Kho had u beautiful casket It Is said the Democratle Pork-Me- ss.. beou from time to time mand for free wool n m U15 73 Upon tlnwaro J5 per cent, of tho made, and, cutting short her visit abroad. PROVISION That, my friend, is the Issue, and that is discovered tn the present tariff schedules. It party Is acting In the interest of Kagland and I'inl l'rlruo sfam ,. , 9(0 all there Is of it. You may confuse It by mis- strikes me that we heard 15 ft sho started for America with tho remains nUTTMe-Cho- Ire Dairy that we desire to subserve the Intorest of En foreign valuo. 10 all theae suggeatlons Vrimn to statements. IK before, only put In stronger terms, in President gllsh manufacturers. I deny the statement Upon carpctfl 47 per cont of tho for- of her favorite, utterly prostrated by tho APPLhS-!nm- e. Cholco Creamery Id) it 1 if! b hi. ft MI notice that the distinguished gentleman Per Why, tbe first demand of late yearM'hatcame Cleveland's message of December last. M3WIGHT'97 Dercavcmcni wntcn nau como to her. I'OTATOKS-P- er 1 60 eign valuo. bid. U I 75 from Maine ti now la this Stale telling the I insist that this toltlon taken by for Irce wool camo from a convention or gathAll went smoothly until Boston was NKW VOItlt people that all your prosperity Is due to a high the Senate committee, and upon which they ering of woolen manufacturers themselves, Upon books 25 per cent of tho for-olg- n reached, nnd then aTOll tho custom houso officer FLOm-Rtaiea- mt AHIC protective tariff. You would have no crops but havo now at tbe eleventh hour framed a bill to held In this country wherein they discussed Western . i 15 l ft Sft value. Tariff Primer. insisted upon examining tho contents of a l 15 I suppose. (Laughter. J Your meet this imperative demand, is an entire their Interests and unanimously resolved to for the ta-lf- f, No 2 rrcl 1 JOjJI 1 12 . ido's coffin. It was nfterward discovered iopulatton would not have increased but for cbscgeof fronton the part of the Republican petition Congress to put wool upon the free Corn-N- o. 3 mucd . ......... &JSU f the tariff, your lunds would not have been party, Snap Actor "I havo called, sir, that tbo lady's maid had on tho voyaga Applause) I insist to yon that this list, believing It would subserve the Interests of , j;,, ,, WUl J, AND TAKE NO OTUBIL cleared, your farms would not have been culti- statement nf tbe majority of the.cammlttee, lApplause. quarreled with tho other sen nnt, and I'OUK-N- oft iHHCH the manufacturers themselves. Mpki to ask you to Insert a lino to the ufTcct 1'.10 S3 vated, except for the tariff. My friends, this is followed I y the presentation of their bill, is la The Democratlo party, In acceding to their had Rivon them tho hint upon which LAUD Western Steam. uo to that I hatojust refused un offer of they uctM. Tho lady protested, somesimply nothing more nor less than claptrap, endeavoring request. Is to sum and substance a confession of judgment do CHICAGO. and t will not deceive the Intelligent people of upon the whole question In this campaign. thing for the woolen manufacturers of fivo hundred dollars a week.1 AccomFLOl' 5 n et 0 fo and threatened, winter . all In vain. OHAIN-Wheat- -No and not simply to modating IMltor "With our own country this State. (.Several voices "Never." It has Applause 1 (Hlj'i 1 sired..., t pleasure, I Tho officers wcro firm, and tho dog's operated veil with the Kepublkan party In the 1 04 No 8 Chicago spring,,.,,. ii-Perm t me to branch off from for subseive the Interest of foreign manuwas forced to produco tho keys of now that these old sec1 mil but the people, no. & 4tt What did tbey sayf Of tbe thoro any thing else I can do fop you, attendant a single moment. The Senate of the United facturers. Onti .Vn '2 Amid tbo lady's Indignant protional question hate been disposed of, are BU to does not to day represent a majority of 684,(iA0UO pounds of wool used In this sir?" "That's all, unless you havo a the casket POKIC-M- eil .. m ft;li ixi at this rude violation of her giving thoir attention to this new lssuo. and the people of this country, Applause. country, and necessary to be used, only 30 J,. sparo dirao about you 1 de"Philadelphia tests tho coffin was opened, and darling's LAHUbteiun upon th s nc w Issue, upon which the Democrat- sire to state that the Republican party main- UUQ,UXJ pounds were grown In this country rest, found to tm niPQC all sat rsstf)NS.lfi'llAtt VTt OULUtl.nO v(r altatatl MitanttK. IIAITIMOIIK. Itccord. ic patty is clearly r ghf, wo propose to conquer tains its ascendency in the Senate by reason of Half of It nearly came from abroid and bo full of lace, gloves und othor fcmmlno FLOtin-Parn- lly a. n. M.iiiiiMK a Jkki)H,(ifipii, '.,&!.), u i JIM & n r,u In this ilect on.' necessarily comes from abroad. Somo of It Cms of "Wo will dolt," means that win not tear honest Investigation fripperies. Tho maid had heartlessly disr.iiNi this una tfNfHwrNiwii 1 U OltAIN Wheat, Nail.. 0 it LANDS -- A young a j and Ki(ht you are, old boy ' widow, in erecting ft posed of tho sacred remains of Kido and In three States of this Union, -- Mlxeil. Tho State of Is or different quality from that used Jn this . . Corn . 6 Wi FREE country, und theae manufacturers said monument to tho dear departed, used bis cankct as u cover for various trlflos AT BriMOUIL New York has been Democratic for several Oits- - Mlsod....i.. LANDS. frATft IJlkaaianimikiaiorain7wtkUs,fotathaat th wmM Mikr Mt rMiifMifti SVSJtfllaa;llilntflMlii 1ITMIIJ ln,No AC I! Murrain In MlrinoaoU. North Hngllsb get their wools manufacturers &l? (X) rAE f itfiMiasa. mUimi. uaraua at LuAutuiu.Hnii. At Soymour tho Governor, despite the years We have carried that State by mujorl-lie- s from Scotland, and get them from Australia. cleverly avails herself of th0 op- upon which sho bad a feminine indisposition rOUK-M- fis Montana tiltlto, Waihlnatou ami Oirirtni lakou, LAItD-Uefln- eil M-10 IO C(() W uwi f f mj jm t ni Ap of from I,lUD to 6J;W0 and !WO,tKJ0. heavy rain, wue mot by a largo multitude, CCairt Cflvl IMWlrallons with Kip. ilaarrlblntf till CATTLK-Kl- rst quality hogland freo from duty. We portunity to Inanlbo upon tho tomb: to pay duty Tho raga of thu mistress Ilause Notwithstanding that fact our op- They come Into to wh tn ho spoke us follows i fcltliT, Hoik sari tntrtlninaiikhIp,Arlth. LaihliiigwvitcntaSvttlen, SENT FREE. AilJrais beggars description, and must bo left to ponent keep control of the Legislature of that can not, however, get Australian wool, except HOME matte. Sboithtnt tl Sacred to tho memory of Mathusln tho imagination. Hho wept and Kxixow-Cmzciff- l I thank you for your INIHANAI'OMS. stormed, chas. b. lamborn, LrTi:ePoAi)jr.lianNV' bjrinali iirvulirs fraa hhiiiI'dio;thonxiirhlr Uuirhl SUte, Iet me tell you bow they dolt. The by payment of a duty and we, therefore, can Jloznchot, iki, u.r.it.a.Y. who departed this Hfo, aged discharging, with much Impartiality, both OltAIN-Whpat- -No cordial ureitlug. Four yeura ago our op- constitution of our 2ied Q 1 05 ar Sins tui rai sa tu.r-- . , Ktste requires that every not compete with Rngllsh manufacturers. For sixty-eigCorn-Mli- ed ponents predicted that our country would be ten j ear Q 41 Hsraiht's of the the purpose of getting relief from th's unfair TO SB A DAY., mm n r worth ftM.M wiiif regretting Uio noces-Hlt- y her sorvHtits on the spot Hut llfo bus its Oats-Ml- ied (fr by it n .idtetit of the Deinucrutle party inlmbiUnt there shall to an enumeration ruined tstt i ifi w ii'a no and unjust competition they petitioned Con of the ht4te, and that enumeration of parting fioin bo charming ft consolatious. Hhe Is ulriady half way out llimt)SKU..IUIIi. M.tk. LOU1BVILLU. to powrr Tut J pre.l tied that It would atauuia stull be followed by a reapportionment of the gross for the tlutlug of wool upon the free aaiHSTUia riraaamf imm imvih. of mourning for Hdo; she has two now ri:OUIt-.- A No I ', woman." tf. ., 4 to . theCunicdei . o debtt that the ooloud people Smute and Assembly 4. And tn de list dlstritW. maids and u new dog, the huit duly adorned UUAIN-Whrat-- No. il red ( A N.ic- -a 1 U3 UHJD would io rcunnaea to slavery, and tuatlho la fiance of those plain e Tho Republicans accuse tbo President of a of the constituCorn Mlicil M with lavender ribbons In mitigated rememduslrif of thr iou ilry woulU be overtaken by tion the Republicans, provisions control of tbe lack of patriotism. You hear It upon fiery ril refarpneo It.k nf I'ATKNT UV KltKrt. WHEN WIUIIU 'ill AinnuHKKMi'uasu Oats-Ml- zed Wa are credibly Informed to retain AV. T. FITAOCHAI.il, ArTUHNKy A1draM tea of s( bind. It is hardly necetaary henate uud Assembly of our State, reruscd band. 1 know tbey quote day after day In their best bfeball coacnes cava vrjffla' brance of his depurtod pruleocssor, tbo ruiKMcss. T I. w, ttis 01 lilll V hUfft, WASUIMOIUN, in U atala Ibat f aaur Uaa AdvarUfctnaut la tJs place of whose grave, llko that of Hoses, no form to say that all thUf piedlcllou have tiiaarrvQutUutcouBUUitooal gbUjcutlou, ro uevrspupvrs furred extracts from UBgllihpu- - tonjjuea. TiiM, rJiaus t uu rarsa ti,t uaiaiita k 1M to Wttfci sto bat HJLL JiN INDIANA. LETTER JACOBS Ol rnirj;f 0e Diamond rr tl fr CAUTION tlirk irtttha t'l r'lctit! f Im, tbit) J PjF Ig un afaiadW JHHt rtnrd W. L. DOUGLAS l$3 SHOEs lllli:ll (t.ar iihrxlMutttii lMM oi.ti rr lii tt L, prlu. fy i Maria VKca' TZtfgk rept - yw ias&al - KsrcC - rnk.....n-rlO- ' I Tiitt's Pills ivtMNlI.iJ.j 4iupcc prnirttr Sold Evorywhoro. iNon tht n. thaltaU. wiL. rillKtttrgMM. Ms w". DuTTil A3T5 togthr 3,000 riunun irut ca jmttd VH Wf PBfcS rra itrtet l1lIUhnitt Iont trlra alaAnl UjU1trJ.il ruf if, BassyvX HAY FEVER IwJsl D ROPSY ilr ;lailfb lal !. thit ltty Oi alhal i(iunU tn Trt ni (! ,f,? 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