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ACb I ninri -SKA-SEKPEN- T. :! ..txtmz Ar a m COURIE """"MIIMMMMMt, PINE JOB PRINTING nXKOUTED WITH NEATHESS AMD DISPATCH r . SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, , CEORCE WARREN, Editor. THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. nil.L 9, 1880. FOREFATHERS. LETTER HEADS, HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC . lricoorKubsciii)tioii,$150 V toJrtBENT TOPICS. KSTAI3UII1;DJ85). SHOT THE Monstor of tho Deop Was Eihty Foot Lontr Illf Around at m lUrrrl fi.uk to lllie Ho Mnrr. II1CKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, l'JIIDAY. AUGUST AnOBTEOLOOIOAL VOL. A. XfV. m j J.S NO. 44. of thn Woodhtirn CALL AND SEE US. THE DAIRY. Regularity in milklnff and y, , FIND. SUNDAY MORNING BATTLE. Tho ways. CiiAiu.r.aTox (8. G.) Is to haToa grand boulovard. Philadelphia ha Sunday concorU And Til American1 oyster1 is being Introduced In Sweden. A sinm.k watormelon natch In Georgia - .'' contains 800 acres: r ANA(y.vD4:hsJcon iolocloot s the capital of Montana. Oklahoma territory Is 'to bo divided Into twolvo counties. Queen Victoiha Is inald to ho very anxious to niako a visit to India. M(U England has $300,000,000 in our rail iothgrairkj.j f. , Cities Once Inhabited 1r Millions Cllven Up In Glio.ti. New Yomc, Aug. 8. A City of Moxlco special says: Hecontly returned oxplor-crsfroChiapas conlltm tho State-oand add to tho remarkablo reports f m r July 21. Captain William F. .Smith, of tho bark Nautilus, reports that when oil Cupo llqrkoloy, Oalapago Islands, tho uci serpent was seen tho yards ' from thirty l about' Captain Smltli estimateu vossol. tho serpent's length at eighty feot, and ho was about as latgo around as a barrel in tho thickest part. Tho head was shaped Uko a snake's, only on tho I'ANAHA, . extrcmo end of tho upper jaw thoro was ANIMllS, GLADSTONE lluVO passed a rldgo or bunch, Tho head wa about their golden nodding aunlw-rr-ry- . thrro feet In length, and about two feot O.tKiKOOimi of tho Virginia whet back of tho head was a mann of hair. crop has be on ruined by heavy rains. No 3ns wcro soon. Tlo tall was long Dn. Nankks, tho explorer, ays that and tapering, nnd shapel Uko Hint of an tho Ico In Groenlsnd Is 0,000 feet thick. eoL Wo all had a gol vlowof him Jon AsToii of Now York -- worth whllo ho was slowly coming' toward tho .U1 jj-- ? aatA53-"-fg Jrj, uhlu. Tho wook e, wu,2iHasw, away at Rim, hoio'rwv&nd-baiigod- w'l';OrltkihfHiirri I and for about flftoon mlnutos thero was to incrcaso tho military Jorco In Lgyp qiillo a circus, tho aorpont lashing tho Soukiioi vpro poses putting Jno.L. water with his tall and running his Lead picture on tho backet hupostagn ouffour or flvo foot. At last ho ran uut stamps as tho only way of gutting him his head, whisked around and sank, licked dead, lloiu bombs hit hltu. When ho And now come tho serious announcewont down ho was not morothan twenty ment that tho L'lorlda orango crop U a feet from tho ship, and so, of couno, wo (alluro. had a good look at him. New,Yoiik Is getting up a (rtinondous Irritation of Arid Lands. head of steam on tho world's fair .A. Kcnav Washington, Aug. project. ton, of tho Geological Survoy, has Vm A MsriTr, over tho payment of twenty-tappointed by tho Sccrotary of tho Intewo rents-haled to a law suit In rior, ft special commissioner of Jhe d( rittaburgh. W . .parlincnl lo visit France, for tho bttulylng tho Irrigation aystcm The New York Custom Houso has an pfllclcnt clerk, Wm. O. Flugerald, who of that oountry, with a view to the imIt a deaf mute. provement of our own. Tho reclamation of tho arid regions of tho W it is The King ot Senegal, ono of tho nota-Mnow In Paris, talks of making a vUlt regarded by Secretary Noblo as of such vast Importance that an effort will l to this country. TiiKiir. aro 511,000 miles of railroad In mdo to utlllio tho all avallablo know of tho Ix'Jt systems In uso in Kuoperation In tho world, of which 181,000 ropo. aro in America. Deitrojrsd by Lljhtntnj. Thr 1'anama cantl will positively bo Richmomk, Vn., Aug. 3. Atl2:S0 donn In fouryoar more? That Is fthat morning a storm broko over ihn ! I.fwj- xaj. Kan t Cirr Is talking of employing city, during which tho city' railway llmi!, no ono on oily work who has not a six stables, located just without tho lightIn tho West Knd, wero struck by months' residence. ning. Tbo building took flro, tho llaaii s Kaiii. Di'm.ey, of Kngland, Is an spread rapidly, and beforo aid armed gambler. Ho recently lost tho structuro was consumod, and sixty at card, In l'arls. mules and horsos woro burned up. Tub wedding present at tho tnarrlago Hovcn strcot cars wero also destroyed. and tho Karl of Ftfo of Prince Liulo Sullivan Goes Boutn. aro valued at J 1.000,000. Nl'.w Yohk, Aug. 3. John L Sullivan, Tun Indications now aro that thcro a tremendous corn crop In tho who was arrostod Wednesday, was taken will before Judge O'llrton, In btipremo Court United Mates this year. Witot.r.sAl.t: fruit dealers In Ne York Chambers, yesterday, nnd through his are preparing to form an orango trust to counsel, Itolancoy Ntcoll, admitted is Identity as tho person called for in tho rontrol tho l'lorlda crop. said ho was extradition. A CAt.irou.NlA tells of a widow writ ot to go South, HoJudgoO'llrlon letter and willing In Southern California who has Just sold ordered that ho bo turned over at oneo her orango crop for 310,000. Japan covers an art's of 157,000 to Deputy Sheriff Cbllds, of Jackson, Mississippi. squaro miles; not quite, as largo as California. It has a population of An Ice Trust In th South. Sr. Lotus, Aug, 3. Information UltooKt.T.v can, boast of having tho from Mobile, Ala., that tho recent cnu-- i largest bread akrry In tho world.' H 'solldatlon. In that city, of rival hHTen'in- -. turns out 70,000 loaves of bread a day on panics has led to tho formation of an loo trust for tho purposo of controlling an average. The English monopoly that now con- tho manufacture and sale of artlflcl.il trols the apor product of tho world liu Ice in tho South. Flvo largo companies, threatened, It Is said, to ralto tho prlco ono each In Mobile, Savannah, Charleston, Illrmlngham ani llrunswlck, aro of that article. Jqiis Ci'iitis, alias John Thompson, a already In tho combine. convict In tho Oregon penitentiary, LlfBtDlnc out of a Claar Sky. chopped his loft hand, of! with a hatchet Sr. Aijians, Vt, Aug. 2. Lightning to avoid work. struck II. L. Sowles barn at Alburgh Ilrrri.o Hu.i. has written to a friend yesterday, shattering part of tho buildIn Colorado that ho has received proing, kilting two hones. Injuring other posals of tnsrrlago from twonty-sovoanimals and moro or loss prostrating a wealthy Parislehne.'' a numbor of persons in tho virility. weather ever known In Tho peculiar featuro of tho occurrence Tin: hottest NtaU uaa fnlt at Phutnlx, U that thero was no storm within two thn I'nltd tl Arlt, In Juno, 1HSU, when tho miles of tho spot whero tho lightning lt drgrefs. truck. d A iiimk saving bank for colorod poo-iRev. flemon's rrlsndi Rlotom. o Is to 1k ope nisi at Atohlson, Kan. FiTrsiiuiinii, Pa., Aug. L Ilev. This Is looVM upon as a direct blow at tho colorod prcachor charged with the erap shooting and watermelon Inmurder, loft at 9,50 o'clock. In cturgoot dustry, . . twp South .Carolina oftlcers. Thro'iitX Tim widow of John ajid a who lostlils llfo in of rescuu and vlolcnco wero made, Ihn tlixxl t Johnstown, has sued tho largo crowd of colored sympathlrers n tho Jail and station whon routii Fork rinhtnu Club fur JSC,000 was removed, Imt llmi ws ti outdamages. was taken to tho train Tiik widow of John Morrlssoy, onco break, and ho immensely wealthy, is now "hemming safely. Decision Against Chinese. eollnr and piiIIh for a Troy manufacWasiii.mitox, Aug. a. Acting Secro-trtory and r'innlrij a doperato raco with Inforuiud liio llatnholler poverty." Secretary of tho Navy "that tho Chlnijso iNCi.viu.fu the accession, of tho lie Lino and lllg Four's l,U miles of road, who enlisted ns servants on tho U. S. way from snd Ohio's J.03D Steamship Alert, now en and tho Chcssr-a!:- o Honolulu to San Francisco aro laborers miles, tho Vapdorbllt-- s now cpntrol within tho moaning of tho Chlneso miles of track. act, nnd will nut bo allowed to Chicaoo Is anxious to got tho Columbus Centennial (hero In 18')1 Thcroaro land In Ihn United Statos. mile within Chicago' 1T4 line Steamer on a Rock. within llmltn ninl oiily forty-thrtWateiitow.v. N. Y., Aug. S. --Tho thoso of Now York. steamer St. I.awronco, tho finest ol tho Tiik Chattanooga City Railroad Cow Thousand Islands .Steamship Company's pany has sold franchises and lines. In- lino of boats, ran on a rook oil Mog cluding twentyono mllea.of road, to. tho Island, in tho Canadian channel, and Is now I'leclrlo Street Hallroad Company, going to plecou. Sho had on board an &" consideration, 5450,000. excursion party of about l00 people, all Tiik linn of perpoliml niiuwuu thu An of w hom wr.ro taken olf without accldont. des Is 14,700 feot aliovo sea. level. In. Reward rorTascott stui Good. Mexico Mm lino ! 13,K50anddn tho CmtAoo, Aug. Uonrle,ttn. it,403 (ouu "Althouir!i snow' Is always vlsibloidn abmo of tho highest Snoll, widow of tho lato Amos J. Snoll, roward for peaks of tho f Sierras none of them aro aunQunceslliRt-tho?.'iulQO- (i lofty enough to bo rated as region of tho arrost of William It. Tascott, tho supposed murderer of her husband, will perpetual snow. Tun problom of tho safety of passen- hold good for twolvo months longer. gers In fin olootrlo car during a thunderHarper's Case does to the President. storm has been satisfactorily and very WAHiiiNQToy, Aug. 2. Tho Attorney agreeably nohed by tho oxporlenco of (lonorul has sent a report to tho Presitho Lynn (Mass.) peoplo tho othur day. dent in rogard to tho caso of . U A practical tost was then offered by tho Harper, of tho Fldollty Hank, of Cincinlightning, and not a passcngor was nati, and tho bollof Is gonoral that tho or ovon shocked. report Is advorso to his pardon. broken wlro killed HLECTMcrrv from a fU. Louis Smuggled Opium. nnothor mulo in tho streets at tho other day; and yot tho Now York San Fhancisoo, Aug. 3. John exports fear electricity won't "rtamovo" cok on tho stoamshlp Wellington, just arrlvod here, was arrested for tholr milrdcrers to a corlalnty, Tiik largost ship In tho llrltlsh navy, smuggling 500 boxos of opium Into port. tho Trafalgar, launched two years ago, and Floods , has at last tried her englnos, with s London, Aug. a. and ley Sho Is 315 foot long, 73 foot beam, 13,818 horso powordrovo hor 17.S8 rains prevail throughout Switzerland. and Tho mountain passes aro partly blocked. knots. Tiik boat In Uussla and othor parts of Kxtonslvo floods aro roportod in 8llosla. Northern Kuropo has bcon lntonso of License Bill Fassed In Rhode Island. lato, Tho Central observatory of St Phovihknck, It. I., Aug. 3. The ll rccordod suoh a conso bill was pauod by tho Petersburg has not high tomperaturo at tho same tlmo of nnd tho spoclal session adjourned tho yoar slnco 1774. to moot according to law. Tiik Now York Kvenlng World offorfl Had Horse Runs Amuck, n prlio of $100 to tho mothor who has CmoAao, Aug. 3. A horsq with all tho greatest numbor of living chlldron. tho symptoms of hydrophobia ran amuck Saws havo lioon discovered In Two inmi and Denmark which bolongod to on Hoboy fltroot yostorday. woro bitten and eight tho bronzo ago. Tho metal of which tooth of tho mnddonod homes torn by tho they wcro composod was cast into a sand pooplo Joined In animal. A thouthin sheet and sorratod by broaklng tho brute, who war finally thoohaso for tho's klllod by police-mencdgOJ bullots. l'Ai'icn pulp Is now being oxtonslvoly mibstltulod for wood In tho manufacture Oold Discovered In Missouri. of lead ponclls. Tho toughnoss of tho Mahsham, Mo., Aug. 1. Indications papor, which horotoforo raado It objoo of gold in paying quantltloi has boon tlonablo for tho purposo because it could dlsoovorod on tbo farm of W. II, Dick-ioovst-reanot be out with a vnif, has been noar Arrow Itoad. Th gold is icpoiltod In it bad ot rook. fSs Important archnologlcal discoveries. A fine, broad, paved road, built by prehistoric inhabitant, has been traci'd from Tonala down Into Guatemala and thenco In a curvo up again InW Mexico, terminating at Palcnque. All along this road aro still to bo seen tho remains of ruined cities, and a careful esimato of tho population of thoso phecs la about thirty millions. On that part of tho road near Palcnquo tho ruins aro of groat magnitude. Houses four and often flvo stories high havo been found la tho depth of tho forest. Mnny of theso houses aro pyramidal In form, and so covered aro sonioot tbrmwlthvogpta Mctrtoid that largo trees aro growing from the roof. In some of tho houses greatom-plyyniohas boon mado of otono boatua of tremendous wbih, -- n Ut- -r M.IM ...UH....fri- Hfiirt of Snnknne raits In a Few Houn r.ntcl Wte lir Flainef. A LOW Dftnco Ends In a FrightI SroKANB FALL, Wah., Aug. C ThO ful Moloo entire business portion of this city was destroyed by flro last night Twenty Used Itson, Knlrr and llevolversI'artlcl-- ,Treelr uvo blocks woro reduced to ashes. Tho 'estimated loss is 5H,000,000. Tho flro Ilnir i Iloi an of the . pants 1111 Wounded. t1 started at 7 p. m. in a lodging-hous- e on Hallroad avenue. Tho Flro Department vlllago oi Wmo to tho sccno quickly, but owing to Cincinnati, Aug. 5. Tho Walton, Ky., eighteen mile south-woa lack of water, tho flro quickly spread of horo, on thn Houthern and Short-Lin- o V'i adjoining frame buildings and was roads was thoaconoof frightful slaughlor oon beyond control. Tho flames early yesterday morning. A danco had Jumped across tho stroet to tho Russ been given by tho colorod pooplo of lhV Uouso and tho Paclflo Hotel. Hy this About 3 a. m. a quarrel time a stronir wind snrunir un. and it nolgnborhood. aroso botweon two women ovor a man evident tho city was doomed. Tho Tho fight botweon tho Jas spread with fearfuVrapidlty, Tho both olalmod. Immes two dusky Amazons led to a "general mo- Iremen wero powerless. Attempts loo. Durlrg tho .moloo pistols, iiero made to check tho flro by blowing woro drawn M buildings In Its path, but it was userazors knives and fifty less. From tho Paclflo Hotel tho flro Nearly and freoly usod. j shots woro rlrcd, and fully half a dozon swfpt across First strcot to tho framo of tho participants In tho row wero Jtvlldlnra in tho next block, and soon it doubtlessly fatally woundod. Tho JfmyltT'Ai iino noiirs ui tiq v. j. st p. IN ASHES. OUR MIOTWEALTil. ICASnr.tl. A flenntlful Monument Dedicated to the Memory of the 1'llKrlei at Plymouth. Oration hr Slau. A Big rarade-A- n fcodlnj- - CongrHinn llrecklnrldge, oi Kentucky nnd n l'oem by John lloyle O'llellly. ItTMOt u, Mass , Aug. 3. Tho grand National menumcut In honor of Uio Pilgrim has been dodloatd, Tho eons and daugh tors of rtymouth wcro out In great numbers, nlso visitors from for and near. Tho weather of tho early morning was unpropl-- . tlous. It was necessary to view tne parauo from beneath umbrellas. The celebration began at nunrlw with a saluto by Ilattery A and tho ringing of bolls. Tho inoralDg trains brought vant numbers of strangers, and a great throng surrounded tho now itnd, ha Sandwl wloh, dnnV S,000. ldtnlt C Graves & Pons. Is Important, and uniformity In nniotitit. hi., tho bay stallion Sand not lavish becnuso wo havo bars ow, oy i.ord Kussoll, plenty, nnd scrlmplngly ella, by Itelmont Prlco, lmav, a shoemaker, Louls- the other morning from tho Hose of morphlno taken with put Family trouble was tho p-od- Joitu TlUo, offccUJ ( sulclda cause.j Thu aged'j afters fiCyt Jim. Tarl bvth track" train. Wi: Vnov thov . cigar-makin- . 's s attainments. In oorao houses' visited bromo lamps haws been discovered, and tholntcrior and exterior mural decoration of tho moro Important house consist of paneling filled with olaboratoly carved figures almost llfo slzo, two. typos of men and women being represented, norno plainly Kgyptlans and others genulno Africans. In front of ono of tho houses tho explorers found fourteen sculptures of pods with folded arms. The explorers went to Chiapas on private business, but incidentally became Interested In tho work of exploring tho ruins, and they suggost that tho government fit out an expedition to niako n comploto map of this wonderfully interesting region, regarding which lhtle, comparatively, Is known, cen after so many years Blnco tho white men became a aro of its existence. Tifti. MF.iCiiT)! Kll'liiuiiu Tiwonrr-'8iac'-ft 'cL"yrijtfHr n. rn j -- 14 r v i POPS TIIE QUESTION. y - tvO.-IK- l-- 1 co-ae- s n thormooi-ctrrmarkc- 1 FIo-mo- n, h, Flo-mo- y hr Ja,-4- jri gon-rrtn- is Ton-etllT- ri. .... suo-ces- s. Snow-stor- Snow-storm- j , Legl-latur- o y lajrnr of Trom l'ormllr Appllra for All or Itutlon' 10,000 Sptn.lrra. Nr.w Yoiix, Aug. 3. A special from Huston says: Tho 10,000 or moro lloston spinsters, young, middle-age- d nnd aged, grass widows, fair divorcees and lono females generally, felt their heart flutter with an Indcicrlbablo sentiment. From tho far Northwest, from tho pushing, hustling Washington Territory, came mui good nei . 1 1 ws an oiler of marriage for each Individual Massachusetts femalo who lias been pining for tho coming of some nlco young man who would claim her. Tho offer enmo through Mayor Hart In tho ahapo of a letter sent by Major Wheelwright, of Tacoma, which It Is stated that tho Territory of Washington, JHELD UP. and Tacoma In particular, is filled with sober, Induslrluuii and enterprising Itnld linMirrr Near Kaniti citj-r- -o Itonil .tgenta Go Through tVnbnth young men who deslro In tho worst way Trnln. to enter tho matrimonial state, thcro St. Lot'i. Aug. B. Passengor train being nt present ton young mon thero to 4 on tho Wabash Western, which ono young woman. 'Massachusetts has a No. surplus of females amounting to M), 000, lofL KansasClty at 8:30 o'clock Saturday of wblohjiiumber at loaU fifty per cent, ctonlng, was held up by two masked art) r.nmarrlcd'nnd with no prospecfof a men flvo miles cast ot Kansas City and chanoo to got married. It Mayor Hart two mllos west ot Randolph Station, does not answer tho appeal It I certain and tho passengers In tho two rear that many of tho marriageable fomalcs coaches woro rolloved of tholr money and jowolry Immediately aftor tho hero wilt answor It. train left Harlem, n station just across tho river from Kansas City, two mon Another Man Clone Wrong. WiiKELixn, W. Va., Aug. 3.IIarry entered tho St. Paul coach and passed Soybold, tho teller of tho Hank of through It and tho Des Moines sleeper it, tho latter being tho Wheeling, who, with Georgo Huuiilg, lichlnd another employe, was arrostod last last car In tho train. When they night, charged with ombezzllng funds reached tho roar platform of tho sleeper of the bink, mado a full confession at 1 tho mon tied red handkerchief around o'clock this morning. Ho exonerated tho lower part of tholr facos, drew their Ilennlg from all blamo and Raid ho took rovolvors and started forward, holding tho money on tho tenth day of last May. and robbing each passenger as thoy proThe packago contained $31,000 in cash ceeded. Thoro wcro only six passon-ger- s in tho sleeper and eight persons in and wasomoed from tho vault to the St. Paul coach. Ore man with two homo. cocked revolvers "covered" tho passon Thought Her Child Was Dead. gers, whllo his partner robbed thcta MlNNKAfoi.is, Minn., Aug. 3. A spoFrom n Kansas City gontloman, who was clal from Woonsockot, S. I)., says". Mrs. In tho sleeper and his wlfo and young Fred. Phelnoklng, n Gorman woman, laily, thoy got 500 nnd a tino gold watch living on a farm slxteon mile north- From another man they secured a silver west of this city, committed suicide by watch, and from another ?4 In silver, taking two teaspoonfuls of pari green. getting out of tho two coaches about Hbo was twonly-al- x years of ago and her PITS In cash, ono gold and ono silver first babo wa only four days old. Sho watch, nnd somo small articles of thought tho child was her Innnlrr. Xono of tho passongors offergrief swallowed tho poison. Tho babo ed any gorlous resistance, but dovoted Is still alUe. what llttlo tlrao thoy had after tho lii nil ta iitmmnnnil Mind tisttl- - a ml a Turkey Annln-f- . was given to securing tholr CoNiTANTiNorir. Autr. 3. .Tho Turk robbers mado tholr es sh Minister ot War lias "ordered 'that foonoy. "ho cape SO, 000 of tho rcsorvo troop.? ho called out Bloody Flux Epidemic. luilnedlitUiijr. Tho Gvtui fttuvlit is purCiurAno, Aug. fl. A Horahl apodal chasing uniforms and military stores in from Carthngc, 111,, says: Tho epide d largo quantities, and gangs of workmen aro pushing active mic of tho bloody flux at Warsaw is un- s preparations In tho with al- ahited. llvo deaths occurr.Vl Saturday, and It Is feared that many of thn most feerlh haste, will not recover. Dr. Hunt has In His nut. Starves fifty or soventy-llv- o cases of bowel comKnux.vii.m-- , Tenn., Aug. 3 Georgo plaint. Ho consldors tho optdomio vory Price, an ngod colored resident, serious, and says It is caused by impuro of this place, was found starved water, and tho oxtrcmoly hot days and to death at his hut at tho castorn porcool nights. tion of tho city this morning. Aged Female Burglar Captured. HiiAixTitnn, Mass., Aug. 5. A fomalo Lead Mines Bhuttlng Down. burglar, about slxty-flvyoars of ago, Citv of Mexico, Aug. 3. Via Galveston. Thu lud Initios In Nuovu Leon was arrcstc.d af tcr a sevcro tussol about 13 o'clock last night In tho resldopco ot are shutting down, owing to tho Imposition by tho U. S. Government' of duties Horace Abororomblo, having effected an entrance through the bulkhead, Sho ou lead rose. would glvo no namo, but stated that Young Lady Drowned, sho had subsisted In tho woods on berMilwaukee Wis., Aug. 3. Miss Lou-is- o ries for tho past few wcoks and had no A. Androws, an cstlmablo young home. ladyot this city, was drowned whllo Big Injuns Sign. bathing in DoUl's Lako yesterday afterSriTs'MNO Rock, Dak., Aug. S. Much noon. to tho surprise ot ovorybody at tho Died in' Jail. Agency, John Grass, Mad Hear, lllg Point Pleasant, W. Va., Aiig.3.--sTolsigned tho Head nnd tholr bands Jones, who was stabbed horo last woek treaty, and now six hundred namcsvare In a row with William McCllntock, dlod all that aro necessary for tho opening of ; -- ' In jail last evening at 5 o'clock. the rosprvation. Every Prisoner done. Wont to Bed Smoking. RocKFOiin, 111., Aug. 5. Maurlco Hlountsville, Ala., Aug. 3. All tho prisoners In tho county Jail hero escapDawner, aged sovonty, wont to bod Fried last night by climbing through tho day night with a Hghtod plpo in his stovo fluo to tho roof, and leaping to tho mouth, It sot tho'bod-clotho- s on flro, ground. Among thorn was John Living-stonand whon found ho was lying unconwho was cbargod with tho mur'dor scious, with ono sldo of his hotly literof his Slstor ally roasted. That sldo was partially dead, so that ho did not fool tho lire, Olass Companies Bought Up. Syiiacuse, N. Y Aug. 3. Tho United and novor woko up. Glass Company, whloh already owns Amtrlcan Schoonor Belted. most ot thn window-glas- s works in this ITampax, N. S., Aug, B. A dlspatoh Statn and so veral outside, bought to tho American Consul General anthu Keystone Glass Works at Moadvlllo, nounces tho seizure nt Guysboro of tho Pa., and tho Diamond Glass Company's Amorlcan schoonor VIdotto. No further Wor- t- at lEavonna, O, particulars aro glvon. y Soy-bol- d' walls and furnlturo woro licspattered with blood. Gory trails led In ovory dl rectlon. Tho fonco had bocn broken down in many placoa, and tho palings fthowed tho print of bloody hands. It was thought yesterday that at IcaU flro of tho wounded woald dio nightfall, and that many others woro almost ns badly hurt. Tho affair has caused groat excitement throughout that at ction. Angry colored mon pursued two of tho prominent participant In tho affair, and who are credited with doing most of tho bloody execution. If caught they will bo lynchod to tbo ncarost treo. Tho whi to cltlzons of Walton aro also terribly aroused, and am taking steps to provent f urthor bloodshe h Three years ago tho town went "dry." Slnco then tho lower classes of tho population havo mado It a custom to club In Saturday and sond to tho city for whisky and beer by tho wholesale Tho contoquenco has bcon that somo sanguinary oncoun lor has occurred nearly ovory Saturday night Following Is tho list of casualties: Fatally Injured llubo Flnnol, shot through tho ahdoman; Harris Johnson, two ballots through loft arm, another In right side; John Koblnson, sixteen, bullet oi.terod left breast near tho nlpplo and another through stomach; llartloy Carson, two bullet-hole- s, ono on eaoh aldo of the spine. Seriously injured "Sis" Mltoh-el- l, frightful cut on shoulder; "NIq" Williams, slash across right breast, right arm laid open from tho shoulder; Martha Collins, cut across tho back. Many others wero wounded as shown by tho trails of blood leading from the danco hall. bo-fo- ro easily carried away. From hero Mm flro communicated to tho y mrgnlflcont Hydo Illock, a building, taking in tho wholo squaro botweon Mill and Howard streets, nn Tho flro next llivorsldo avenue. lca'pod across Howard street, and In a fow minutes tho block between Howard and Stovons streets t ashes. Tho noxt was a mass ot structuro to succumb was tho largo Tult Illock. From thoro tho conflagration wont whirling through the olld blocks of brick buildings, including botweon Mcphons and tho Washington streets. At this point tho flro burned out from lack ot material. From tho placo of origin tbo flro had four-storred-hofour-story post-olllc- o, b icyieMi-itw-j sitio avonuo was w - j - - J --r ' jtk ji Km -r"!'ciaiJ MM ilir fituhmr 1T3 NT of Hamilton Mitchell, five, was found, tho othor tho car bridge on which vjis hung recently, near boad was mangled horribly lie was walking on tho Unaware ot an approaching latunnihrrled. (UGliT, j colored barber, well , .. .,, tr . W'x "efl moanwhllo taken another direction, leaping across Spraguo street to tho opera houso, and thenco ovir IUversldo avenuo to llrown's Hank, then both sides ot tho avenuo woro in flames. Tho buildings botweon Post and Mill streets wcro qulcUy licked up, including thn Grand Ibtel. From hero tho waves of flamo poured Into tho adjoining squaro on tho right, containing th,o Frankfort block, tho largost building In tho city. Tho Frankfort cost 8350,000. It withstood tho flro for somo time, but finally dlsippcared. Tho Arlington Hotel was now enveloped In flames. Suddenly a man was soon to jump from thu second story. Ho aroso and started tJ run down Howard street, but, was ocrromo by tho heat and foil. Several pooplo rushed to his assistance and carried him to a placo ot safety. Ho was a pltlablo sight, lmSng been literally roasted alive, tho skin pooling oft all over his body.Tbo junfortu-nat- o ipn's namo was Charlos Davis. Ho died at noon Northward was tho direction taken by tho flro from tho Arlington. It consumed tho block botweon Howard, Main, Front and Stephens street, burning eat as far ns tho latter thorotghtarc, when a vacant lot check ed further progress in that direction, Everything in a northerly direction. In cluding tho Northern Paclflo Lxprcss office, tho Union Illock nnd tho Windsor llefo), was des toyed. TOE MONUMENT. dadndlii V largely-Increase- dock-yard- Relic-Hunt- er rollc-hunt- o y tlor-ma- Torn to Pieces. Aug. 3. A terribly fatal explosion occurred at tho Mlno yesterday afternoon. Two cases of giant powder exploded in Pit 0, killing two mon and throo boys. All tho victims woro torn to shreds. Tholi names havo not yot bcon ascertained. . . irost In Illinois. Gai.gna, III., AiigS. Tho low grounds In thl hcotlon wero visited by a frost early jcgtorduy morning, which did considerable damago to growing vegotablo.s Corn suffered in most exposed places, Tobacco wai alio severely Injured. MAitQUETTK, Mich., Child Hanged to Its Cradle. Catm.v, I1L, Aug. 5. An Infant child of Captain Yount was found dead, hang ing suspended by tho bed clothing to tho cradlo this morning. It Is supposed that it fell out ot tho cradlo and Its head caught In tho bed clothing. Its neck was broken. Catholic Convention Postponed. Hw.TiMom:, Aug. 5. Tho fifteenth annual convention ot the Cat) 11o Young Men's National Union, which was for August, has been postponed until September 0 and i. It will bo held at Vrovldcnco, 11. L Oood the louniliitloiis of Fertility unil l'rosperlty. Is as doslrablo for o A good tho rovenuo it brings, ns for tho comfort it affords both man and beast. Tho financial profit would return in soveral way a, Indirectly a good stabloi tones up tho business connected with it. In all departments. Hero lies an A Crushing Defeat. indefinable profit, Ciino, Aug. 0. Tho victory of Goner- Moro vlslblo results will bo found in ONE or TOE MSELS. over thodervlshesnearToskl al sccrotary. Mnny experiments tho milk pall. d dress. Tho noeembly then sang an apIs complete. It was a terrific but Hon. Uko, W. McAkams, ono of tho conclusively provo that cattlo woll propriate closing hymn by II W. Thomas engagement In which tho brao oldest and most respected cltlzons of sholtcrcd, nnd mado entirely comfort-abl- o Power, to the tune of "America." The .roliels asked no quarter and dovoted concluded with a proclamation by Hancock County, died tho other mornwill not only give moro milk but themselves to destruction In tholr flcrco the Ornnd Marshal, benediction by tho ing of heart disease, at tho rosldonco of mtlk than when tholr comfort attacks upon tho lines ot Martlnl-Honr- y Orand Chaplain and tho Pilgrim chorus by his son, S. L. McAdams, in Hawcsvllle, richer is neglected. Hero will bo found ancavalry swfpt tho band. rifles. Tho Egyptian For a number of agod sovonty-thrcprofit. tErvugh tholr lines tlmo and again, as Meantime the procession had been form yoars ho was very prominent in tho other sourcoof they doggedly retired toward tho hills. Ing and at 11 o'clock moved ovor an An equally largo profit will coma commercial affairs of tho county, and a o route in seven divisions. At tho tho leader of tho dertho otHcors and loader In politics. Ho was a member of from tho improvomont in thn mnnuro vishes, and twelvo emirs wero killed. completion of the parade Bocloty, in quality nnd quantity, provided Its with tho tho lowor house of tho Kentucky Legimember of tho Pilgrim The di t ishes lost 1,500, fully half tholr orator, poet and invited guest, took their slature during the session of 1S7'80, be- soluble elements aro not leached out and wounded. Tho places In tho groat dlnlng-tcn- t, number killed and tho ing olectod by a largo majority, and by the rains whon thrown out of tho Egyptian loss was small. Gunboats aro feast proldcd for tho occasion was dis- sorvlng with distinction. Ho afterward stable. This Is ussumlng that in a tho remnants of tho dervish cussed for an hour. pursuing tho tobacco business in Governor Long, the chairman, arose to eagagod inconducting a very cxtonslvo good stable absorbents aro usod to savo Nearly all tholr fighting mon force. tho liquid manure, and lncrcaso tho slain, nnd tho dotcat Is crushing. Introduce tho orator of tho day, Con- Loulsvillo, aro Whon Mr, Ixjng business. gressman ISrotkonrtdgo. total amount. The Egvptian slain number about 100. had finished speaking Mr. Hrockcnridgo The Acting Secretary of tho Treasury of When wo remcrubor tlmt dearoso nnd, amid appreciative applause, on tho 80th appointed tho following The Kentucky Elections. an eloquent and nppiopiiate ora- - Kentucky Storekeepers and Gaugers: tho fertilizer In tho stable Is In liquid livered I,oi it.:.!:, Aug. 0. Hesulta received ceo how expensive Is thu Edward-Gill- , jr., atSalvIsa; Patricks. form, so John Boylo OT.ollly. tho poet of tho from (ery section of tho State, stablo that eaves only Iho solid mnnuro. Reovcs, at Lair. by conservative estimates In occasion, was thou Introduced and road Only rich furmors can afford to own an n Annual Tiik Twenty-fourttho raco for Stato Treasurer botweon his poem, "Tho Tllgrlm 1'athors."addressos and tnanurc-loauhlold Sunday-schoAlter tho roadlng of tho joem of tho Kentucky Sharp Democrat) and Colston (Republi- wero mado by Lieutenant-Governllrack-ot- t stablo. Foor mon must havo Teachors will bo held at Paducah August can, indicates tho election of tho former on behalf of tho State, Senator Georgo 30, 31 and 32. Every bchool In tho Stato good stables. Colonel John 11. Mead, by from "0.000 to 40,000 majority. Huck-nF. Hoar, Hon. Henry Cubot Lodge, Hon. of Vermont, publicly stated, aftor apDemocrat), for Governor, and Tate, William Cogswell, Hon. K. A. Morse, Hon. is lnvltod to send at least ono delegate. Entortalnment will bo furnished by tho plying tho urino of his ulublos lo tho Treasurer, woro elected by about James fl. lilalnc and others. for citizens of Pa.lucah. All who will at- land for flvo years, that tho crops ol 30,000 in 1BS7. Tho Republican's, enAMERICAN CATHOLICS. tend aro aslrcd to send their namo to his farm woro doubled. couraged by tho distribution of Harri-BOn- 's patronago nnd Tate's defalcation, A Cunsms Will lie Held nt llaltlmore In Mr. John D. Smith, Jr., at Paducah, not Tho liquid mnnuro is needful to lator than August IS. hovsmbcr Next. solid manurowltheloments wmt In to mako an aggressive fight. of Mercer County Aug. 3. An Important Baltimore, Mil, Rival factions TliN aroused tho Democrats as thoy ol In which It is doficient. gathorlng of representative Itoman fcchool trustoes havo been at war for havo not been stirred up for ton years, of the United States will be held be- sovoral weeks, and a fow days ago the all tho nitrogen and nearly nnj tho result hiiohb uu potash Is in tho liquid ma- ginning Uio Uth of November next, tbo school-hou'sover which thoy wero of all tho aajorMy centennial anniversary ot lue eiuuiiu-mon- t wranglingsuddcnly burneddown. There nuro, ns iho followliij; tuuiuolluivo; of the Roman Cathollo hierarchy in rhfyhorlc acW. rotath. XUrottn. Iowa Town Almost Destroyed. is talk ot tho arrest of prominent peoplo Solid.... o. 0.17 0.10 country Aug. 0. Tho llttlo this Dr. Carrollthrouzh tho coii"ecration to answer for arson. Dr.s Moinks, la., 0 49 0.00 Liquid.. 0.58 as Archbishop of IlaltU of town of Delhi, In Dolawaro County, for moro. Tho call wa issued Wednesday. This matter of saving fertilizers is Two mon havo boon swindling Kenwas nearly do- - Tho congress Is Intended to "demonstrate tucky merchants by soiling them gin- ono of vital Importance. Tho recont merly tho county-sca- t, btioycd by flro yostorday. Every bust tho unity of tho ontlro Cathollo body in all seng pluggc'd with load. experiments sf Prof. W. A. Henry, nt ss houso but ono w as consumed. Tho that concerns tho Cathollo faith; tho har. Jacoii Alkik, a wealthy farmer ot director ot tho Wisconsin Agricultural mony, mutual attachment and good will flro caught In tho Gleason Houso and llrackon County, Is supposed to havo swept both sides ot tho street. Tho loss among tho dlltoront orders In tho church, been waylaid and robbed. Ills body Experiment Station, wero conducted the hierarchy, tbo clergy and the laity; with groat oxnetness, and vory doclslvo Is estimated at $30,000, on which thoro has loon found in the West Fork river. in determining tho value of tho ferand will allord an opportunity to testiwas llttlo insurance Twolvo buildings fy Inita publlo manner the loyalty of tho Tub following patents woro Issued tilizer mndo by grnin-fo- d milch cows. wero burned, with most of tholr cou Catholics of tho United Htates to the for Kentucky a few days ago: Benjamin tents. laws nnd the constitution." The project T. Harrott nd It. Hussbock, Henderson, 1W found tho dally value moro thau has tho approval of Cardinal Gibbon mid wiro fastener; Watson S. Lennon, Hard- - cents per cow, l his would amount to Hyppollte Routed. other Archbishops and lllshops ot .tho $25 yearly. Probably Mltch-uNew Yohk, Aug. 0. Tho Haytlan United States. It Is expected that tho Insburg, wlro Bllclng tool; ltottlo HammonsvUlo, churn; Win. II, Roan, I. c., $10 worth of this amount is Consulato gives out the following: "Tho tension will last nt least two day. Tho r, found In tho stablo whero cows aro in Williamsburg, log boom; Mlchaul Haytlan Consulato Gonoral is in receipt locnl arrangements are in chargo of a overy night and during most of tho Loulsvillo, siphon. ot Baltimore gontlemen. All lloman of news undor date of July 38, from Port s creto attend, At Clintonvlllo, Rourbon County, winter days, nnd tho olhor au Prince, per steamer Athos, that tho Catholicswnro Invited bo Issued by but 111 havo to tho s d uro loft In tho Held and yard. whllo plajltigFrank Cooper, a robdl chiefs Hyppollto and Jean Jumeau, dentials lllnliops and Archbishops thioui;h tho son of Wm. Cooper, turned a w'(th tholr combined forces, mado a conNow, If an improved stable, using ordinary ot the dioceses nnd archdioceses, (tho liquid) certed attack on Port au Prlnco, which Colncldently with tho mooting of the con- somersault and alighted on a pttcbtork, absorbents, saves one-haresulted in n gonoral rout of tho attack- gress will occur the formal 0enlnir of tho sticking It Into his back, Inflicting of this stablo mnnuro, wo havo fS per ing forcos, which at last reports woro Cathollo Uulvorsity of America at Washing- a wound which will probably provo cow saved yoarly by tho Improvements ton. fatal. rotroatlng toward Saint Maro." made. Maiitiia Codiile, of Owensboro, a colTHE SUN HIDDEN. A good cow will mako "J00 pounds of ored woman, formerly a slave, has Startling News. $50 at 25 cents The Orb of Day I'nalilo to I'lrrco the searched forty years for her two sons butter yearly, worth Cuioaoo, Aug. 0. A spoclal from lllenso Muiike ArUliur.from Forest Urn. who wore sold to a Now Orleans trader jior pound. So by absorbents, nearly Winnipeg, Manitoba, says: It was learnIs annually added to tho Helkna, M. T., Aug. 3. Tho forest tires whon they woro eight and ton years of h ed last night from a llrltlsh Columbia show no signs of ahatomont A great black product of each cow. In a herd of olllclal, who was passing through tho cloud haugs ovor tbo country west, north ago. Recently sho learned tho wherecity, that tho ontlro Paclflo Hoot of tho and south ot this city. Tho sun has uot abouts of both and was mado happy by tlftoon or twenty cow9, tho nggregato becomes a considerable sum. visit from cno of thorn. llrltlsh navy, with tho oxcoptton of two been soon for six days. It is bollovod timWai.tku Tiumulk, who killed Charloy Tho writer built a stablo such as is torpedo boats, steamed out of'Esqul-mauber to the amount of 1300,000 has boon deHarbor thrco days ago, bound for stroyed. Tho bulldinir and sidewalks ot Kolly In an altercation at Ft. Springs, horo referred to, hint summer. It also Missoula aro covered with ushos. The lire Fayotto County, sovoral nights ago, was tho recontsolzuro on Itohrlng Soa a tight tloor ovor head for storing now r aging In Boulder canyon has boon v ery captured on tho 39th and lodged In tho has abovo tho foundestructive to property. In tho nolghbor-hoo- d county Jail. Ho claims ho committed absorbents. Tho cost Mother and Daughter Drowned. dation wnsf 15 per cow. Tho Interest on of l'hllllpsburg the damage has boon Knosvilu:, Tonn., Aug. 0. Mrs. Mar- immense. Thu town of Oranlto Is In Innnl-no- tho crime in this sum ut six per cent, makes tho garet Hall and her daughter At Ft. tarings, durlnga quarrel, Wal-to- r cost por cow loss than ft )oarly. dangor ot being oomumed. Tho Harncs-lllo ty aro nil on ore. Trimble shot Chas. Sholby through worodrownod In a crook noar mountains about tho This sum saved several times ovor in N. C, Tho boat and smoke Is almost stilling. tho heart. I'oth are colored. In Loulsvillo, tho tho fortlllzor gained, besldos tho bettor A lami'I iohteu Work of the Ughtnliiir. Twins Killed By a Train. product in milk and butter, it is Vt, Aug, 3. LtKhtn'nz othor night, whllo lighting n lamp, Br. Aidam, L.uviiknck, Kan., Aug. 0. Mrs. Tine, In his pain ho under all tho circumstances tho host struck 1L L Bowles' barn nt Alburgh burned his finger. tho mothor of twins, also throw tho torch from him, and It alight-n- d Investment mado on tho farm. AIt lady missed horohtldrcn this morning. Search Wodnesday, shattering part ot tho buildon a small colored girl named adds pleasure and comfort. ing, killing two horses, injuring other mil. for thorn rovealcd tholr dead bodies In mala, nnd more or leas prostrating a numth stablos without offendHor clothing took flro. All the woods by tho railroad track near tho ber of persons In tbo vicinity. The po. Tracy.apparel was consumed and hor may visit hor ing hor oyo cr soiling hor clothes, or houso. Thoy had been struck by a pass- cullar feature of thooourrencels that thoro nwny on hor shooi. 111 odor flesh was literally burned Into a crisp ing train. wai no storm within two miles of tho spot beforo thu llamcs wero put out. Shu taking Tho hired help tiro delighted with whore tho lightning struck. Boulanger Carried None. can not recover. tint change, und woll thoy mny U for I'Aitts, Aug. 0.- - Tho second ballot for Nearly Ten Thounnil Kutooni In Ohio, Tiik express mossongor on tho fast who can ivntnilii tholr pity for tho mnnibora of tho Councils Gonoral In Colvuuo. O., Aug 3. - Thu Dow liquor-ta- x lino of tho Kentucky Central railway men, especially when, belated by tho Cantons throughout tho country, loports for the tlrsthaltof IbtW, which drags his afo with tho ropo which shower or othor cnuso. thoy exploro which failed to elect munition on tho have been received by tbo Auditor ot Stato, now Kelly, tho colored rapist, and dniit and ropulslvu stablos, or wndo In previous Sunday, resulted in tho election show 0,003 saloons In tho State, anlucrdaso hung John ho has In It a mascot for th of US, The receipts to the revenue fupil claims that of 131 ltopubllcani and 41 Comorva soft barnvnrds to "do the milking?" VrYonttoii ol roobery or accidents. art 1:33,000, aa IcereM of I0,UW tlvei. , l.lttls. Ul fuUMtrv OnntUr" cow-stabl- monument at 9:30, whon tho dedl. catory exorcises woro carried out by tho llaconlo Orand Lodgo according to tho ritual of tholr order. Theso exerclfcs wero vcrr lntcrcstliur. Tho band rendored a choral by J. K. l'alne, following which tho songot praise, written by It W. Thomas Pow er, was sung by tho Temple quartet, t oiiow-ln- g song came tho addreM of tho president Long; of tho Pilgrim Society tho reaponse of the Orand Master, nenry Kndlcott; proclamation by tho Ornnd Marshal, doorge II. Ilbode; reading of Scripture selections by Grand Chaplain prayer by Hov. Charles A. Skinner; tho Grand Chaplain; report on tho examination of tho monument nnd libations of com and wlno by tbo Junior and Senior Ornnd Wardens, respectively. Tho libation of oil, by Deputy Grand Master Samuel Wells, wus followed by the Invocation by the Orand Chaplain. Orand Master Eudlcott then delivered au ad. lcan Dairyman, a United States -- "u !uji1, taVen lo Somorsot I ""- - S " r.a, irorotfjv-iox.eionws , BMRrtHi-ia- a "- -. l ' n Buvcnnni rami nuie, iuiu VSS-'--wnicr was1"T epiwhich tho com waded in summer and Kontucky-haan SouritwKSTEHN from which thoy drunk through a holo demic of mad dogs. cut in tho ico in winter, has wrought ft ;A FlEiscK quarrel has broken out tho Smiths and SI ushers, near nlraclo, besldos producing a lot of unPiucvlllc, over a hog worth two dollars. healthy milk at tho samo tlmo. N. Y". Tho Smiths' homo was attacked recent- Times. ly by tho Slushcrs and a volley poured All tho conditions of tho milk, into tho house. Smith retaliated by when sot In pans, should bo tho Mtno putting a guard armed with Winchesters as when set in cans. Keep it In a well on Slushcrs1 road to Flat Lick, tho neardarkened room; light causes est village. Doth sides aro now well vontllutedsouring. Keep frco from dust aro watching for each other. too rapid armed and All travel along tho road passing their and all foul odors, nnd ns near sixty degrees as possible. Let It set from houses Is cut oft. . , hours, or till Jilt Couns, Jcsso Harnett and Charles thlrty-sl- x to forty-olgWall, under arrest at Mt. Sterling for tho cream Is rlpo, or tho milk just begins tho murder ot John A. Rose, of Powell to turn sour. Farm, Field nnd StockThey day man. County, havo confessed. they were llre'd to do It by enemies of As food is indispensab'o for tho Rose, who agreed to pay them 8500 production of rich milk, thero only each. to adjust the ration to tho abilIIaiiiiy Faiuiell has been arrested to digest it and turn it ' on tho chargo of being an accomplice ity of tho cow In tho murder of John Rose, leader of to profit. This ability var!c9 with tho ono of tho factions of tho Powell County cow, nnd must be learned by thoownor. No standard ration has an Iron-clafeud. Geokoe SiTr.it killed Rev. Samuel limit; It Is a standard to bo used as a Sharp at Lebanon, a few days ago. starting point, to bo lossenod or InHoth wcro colored. Sharp was living creased as each caso may warrant. with Siter's sister, claiming sho was his Troy (N. Y.) Times. wife. When tho nights nro hot amplo EmvAisn Smith, a brakeman on tho ventilation should bo secured by leavLouisville and Nashvlllo railroad, was ing tho windows, and porhaps somo of run over by a freight train at Pombroko tho doors, opon. It this is done, and tho other night, and dlod in groat agaro properly arranged, tho ony. Ho was an unmarried man and his tho stables cows will not sutler sovcrely with tho was in Chicago. homo nccount, OAt Mlddloborough contracts havobcon heat. Taking ovory thing into signed for gas, water and electric light they will probably bo a great deal moro works, and an ico factory, and plans comortablo through tho entire sumadopted tor railroad machine shops, me.JBf they aro kept In tho stables at round-housnight than thoy would bo If loft out of etc. IIohacf. DuaAN, tho colored youth, dpors. N. Y. Tribune htt'.-'Der.- becauso wo arc short. Tho most iraprovod nppllnncos are necessary to tho making of "gilt-edgebutter, jot thcro i no reiiBor. why thoso who tnn not have them should not mako good butter from comop. mon pan setting nnd pllanccs. Do what you can to rcllovo tho cows from tho annoynnco of flies. "Use, washes, powders, covers and dark stnblcs, and keep tho stables as cloan as you can. Homovo manure that breeds them. Theso fllos indirectly i cusb uio uiurjiuuii ,iuuuu uutuui wruvj ,B "easom-Amer- B &B&M&&& s cn ht na d , e, &$?$ IVifiKfSx JTjlSjtainnndusUial ono-slde- lf who was tried In tho Criminal Court, Owensboro, for tho murder of his brother, was acquitted on tho 1st on tho Dugan and grounds of his brother last December, got Into a qunnel about tho ownership of a pair of socks. Tho quarrel resulted in a fight, which ended by Dugan killing his brother. .. Union has elected tho lonowing oiuccrs to servo during tho ionsulng year: Judgo Mat Walton, president, J. II. Heauchamp, vlco president, and Georgo C. Snider, PROFIT IN PROGRESS. , cs e. th ono-ha- lt 2 ". h Convon-vcntlo- ng i cf Six-tent- Cath-c!1- m nino-tont- o J flvo-elght- com-mltt- Slors-dorfe- three-eighth- vart-ou- fltteon-yoar-ol- lf ouo-slxt- lt nt e, 1 threo-year-o- ld l, I 1 t , - ! , ,, 4wmmmiuw mmmhmi Mwimir!imLwmgMmu MNwm ,i- -. ,t,Km""lw,l""lmJtfr " "yjtuwe.w " 'WWWTwwXPi bpf" r" THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOKMAN, KY., IMUAY, 1 OftlaY 3,OO0. In llicliiiinu County. Hickman county is '15. TIiIb Is tho rat tlmo in its history that Hickman county over cavo a ma jority against n Democratic nomi nee. Sharp, tho Democratic nominee for Stnto Treasurer, carries the county by 1,081 majority, which shows that the detention onlv per........ (1 - Democracy TrlHiiiiliiui( UniihI. , Webster's majority over Wnlkcr - 4-- 8&- .JJW TIio election for Slnto Treasurer nu last Monthly, wjih of miUHiial Tun contest between the creiit iiitrrvat for nu oft' yenr, tendered ritlen of the country for the Inter-stimu- ho liecitttao of t ho extraordinary KmioIiIoii of l.SilU cnvH eflotta tint forth bv tlio l!ciutili and on with I uiiiiuati'd vijjor, but it is enns to I carry tlio State,....... their ..... .. .. ...I. ..i. ! I. .1.1.. I...... if.. ......!.... HIIU UUU lllL'illCU IUI IlUJIlCDUIl I (Xtiellieiy IHtMliUIIU .I.... iuiuh HilllMOtllll IIOHl'lllUM .1... llir.l u'nnl.l ...t """ UllllUII I IU .I. it. Tlieir nrctcus ions were ntivc tiiiiu.rt to mittiii'Mii) thoirnniaiitooiiln walkkr'h majority. the coiitlict will wane iiiiiitiiigly. Imsed altogether upon thcassump- I tiou that thouBiimls of Democrats ' . ffnlil Mill . ... . ... .. no more il iilniniit llIAi.i. Ki:stucky will have " iiickmnn county rroin Walker's "U,,"",U" I'leolioiis, either County or Stnto. polls because of tho ott jear, nil0rlty of 877 in Fulton county, until ue.vt August, when a Clerk becausu of tho Tato robbery. Itltm) it )cftV0S Wakor's majority in . Appeals U to bo whs assumed by tho Itepublican ,ho of the (Joint of lwo countio(, uleclud. If tho Constitutional leaders that tho Democratic iiiityjtho otlluiul count.may of course, vary theso Convention is calleil. tho election co,miiiu.v . i'""j " ngiires somowbat. l will probably bu for ilelicates iiuc-ticiiiicaiion, nut uiai mu for that clay. Republican party as a putty were Till: HIIIIAT Wr.ST. lint rOQIini.ulliln Tin. ! itoflllt'Il k nr.M.HAL I'OSrMAsTKIl tious of numerous Hriultliciiti .'r,' Senato,.during tho last bos tells tho treasury depart-incu- t onice-holderTho Dpnocnicy "n r Congress, appointed n to pay no bills for telegraph-lu- mado no apologies for Tale, ofler.,Jc.iil coinntltteo to examine the f tllO ntlll llUldS ill tllO until tho dispute is settled as ... tin ... il .... Yi.lni.n,t?n... ,.i.U-- fl.it tliPV Sitlllltiotl ,..,M....Iim, ...J ..... to rates. The presumption is that elected him because they lud good West and Northwest, and tn mako Treasurer. Virginia will oloct Governor an the company has notillod its agent reasons to believe hi in to be an an investigation of tho posbibilities to except no settlement at .Mr. honest man, and that he proved of reclaiming them by n complete Stnto officers, W'miiwnnkor's prico. Political Interest this vcar an. to boa thief; and thatuaniticf he nystnm nf irrigation. Thn r faults should bo held before 'the people of Irrigation in California nud Col cordingly in centered iu tho elecTin; great exposition to bo held Tho Legislature of Kcttucky orado have been of itntucusc value tions of the nowly-adtnllteStates fn IS1KJ will bo kept beforo the will North Dakota, Sonth Dakota,' tiavo approximately tin usual to thoBo States, especially trom Now York and public's attention. tho agricultural beuctlts derived, MnaiiiugiQii aim .uoniana wnlflii Democratic majority. Jfle Chicago want it and tho efforts of aro now cjtaltninipgain anil the experiences of other coun- are now framing their consolaIhclr. newspapers to show tho of Bomo members, b?t,-JJlea-r tries show that truo nublio ccor.o- - tions nnd will elect full State trow Uteftt advantages possessed by that nonrly all tieRoVja(BjL.rc. Sp mv U norviiV u rnclniiiotlmt of etumenla nnd legislatures each city jib the Biiltnule placo will stances of where DenrocnITrenoin-inee- s theso nWil lands, whtcutff&thtia win "cnooso' otgnt now united well advertise the show. made into garden spots of fertility, States Senators. Each now Btato havo been defeated by opposition cMiiHdmc. capable of sustaining immenseo will also olect a Represoiitativo in Hum purlies in Indiana arc prepopulations. Tho senate commit-tc- Congress except South Dakota, paring for tho campaign of next Somo of theso independents nre met Aug. 3, at St. Paul, Min- which will eloct two. year which will bo one of the hot-te- Democrats, ofothers nondescripts, nesota, nud societies and tliPin political herand mnro Tho Democrats on record. men have been for some riiic.wio ami tiik wom.n-- fair. fortunately there will bo guarded against tho "blocks maphrodites, but nny kiiui time collecting statistics nud data many or Chicago, Aug. C The execm of live" vilhdnly, but thero is no uron.notnn...iM thorn 01 nni.frrUiilttin tim to bo prcented to it in nld of its live committee of trick, citizens t i AUcl. lSS'J. li ' 4 uivuii!B" '(, ..,.. lis-m- WAN-amakb- g ,T "off year"' in general pnlltloa. Only cloven Stntcs elect Statn officers tins year. Kentucky hold a gen. oral election for State TroaBiirnr on Aug. 5. Elootious In ten other States will tako placo on Now 5. On that day: Iowa will cloct Governor and Lieutenant Governor. Mnryland will elect Comptroller and Attorney General. Massachusetts will cloct Gov eruor and Stnto office re. Mississippi will elect Governor and Stato o Ulcers. Nebraska will elect a Supreme Court Jndgoand two Regonts. New Jersey will elect Governor nud Stnto officers. New York will elect State officers, except Govornor nnd Lieu, tenant Governor. Ohio will elect Governor nnd State officers. Pennsylvania will elect State in roi.tTicn. The current year is nbtnbly on' tp.au mn Chicago It is Farmers Review that the oat crop this year will bo tho largest ever harvested in tlio United States. AN Irishman was planting shado IUvlnj; purclmcil Mr. E. T. (Irlnrr'n trcos, when n passing lady said: rntlra mock of llouku, Hlntlonery, Kunoj "You ro digglu' out tho holes, nre (looils Ac. will conlliiut) to krrp on you, Mr. Ilacgertyt" "No mum, hniul, nt the old nl.iml, n comnltle lint of OI'iii diggiu' out tho dirt nu' laviti' SCHOOL HOOKS, ... reported by tho r,"T" mSi .MM New Book Store. 1 tho IioIch. of Biirvoynrs working iu West Virginia wcro llrod upon by some squatters in ambush, bo cniiso they wero surveying laud upon which the squatteis dwelt. Oao surveyor was killed and Kxcitcmout is another Injured. A PARTY STATIONERY. XKWSl'.irKKS, HAOAXlfrK. An; of III bon not in utork will be iroiiiplly prortirvit iioii opplirnilon. Cnmr anil ire me. 2l J. CUNT. ELLISON. OAYCE, KENTUCKY, Ol'KNINti UP a the markets, and Jun returned XjIHNTE. it. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes, Mm F. P. "Wall, BIG from is now high. d live on the wages ottered. time tho strike continues, starvation stares tho men iu the face, mid Harrison and tho Tariff aro teens s? ,s UB. ton manufacturers of tho country. Circulars havo been sent out, nnd IIOUSK HAS UKCKKTI.V BEEN It is said that already sufficient rpiHS tip fcr the nrninunaJultim of L filled rapital has been subscribed to buy Drummer nnd Hi MMclInf nubile (en nJ wiii crslly. UleMi room, nice l,-tho cotton Industry of America. mcftU cuftrnntwd to all who lnp wllh tin. Mink operators atStreator, III., Travellnc men will Had tbe bctl at alien, say that thoy can not pay higher tlnn at nur liou. In adJillen, w carry a full lint of uncea to their omnlovos without !, A hy.niiioatk ropreBontod chiefly by foreign capital is being formed in the Kust to control tho cot- HICKMAN, HOT? cunniMtciAi. .L JII.OC'K,) KENTUCKY Ami, in fact, n full lino of NKW GOODS in every department, nnd at l'ricca that Defy Competition. He invites an inxpection of Iiis Stock beforo purchasing eluewliorc. He guarantees Hathfuction iu Quality and Price. CALL AND SHE IIIM ! POSHiblV iu wiiilii ire iiivuv aurmivH Meanare & low a the lowest. hw n DOUGLASS .! - RELIABLE . 1. E BIIY4BI, lias a splendid stock of the very best makrt of all kinds of Hardware which am offered nt ONE PRICK, and that the very lowest the market uetiflonf vur iricvn ?. BROS w, still with J fudo-pende- st well-poste- d d tho foretelling what knavish Democracv of Fulton county for l.cpublicau will next resort it. having mado tho incrcasod vote Tiikrr is a cheerful report from over that given to Cleveland last Kgypt that the British troops have year, but we regret to nave o miy about wiped out tho army of der- that thero wero still over 300 vishes that have created so much Democrats in tho contity who disturbance over there lately. Tho failed to vote. P. S. Democrats gain 8 memonly way to reason with a dervish Is to kill him, and the ltritish are bers of tho Legislature pretty handy at that sort of logic. v-- i ft.1 n iii Saratoga, Aug. 5. Jay Gould appears to bo very sanguine nbout Democratic increase tho business prospects of the over JSS8, 30 votes; Republican country nt large, and snid yesterloss 23. 2Cet Democratic gain C2. day that everything pointed to Cayco Sharp. 133; Colson, 0; this being a highly prosperous Cobb, 2. Democratic gain 37. year for tho loading railroads of Jordan Sharp, SO; Colson, 5. the country. On being questioned Tiik Washington correspondent Democratic increase 0; Kepubli-caiu regard to rates, Mr. Gould reof tho Now York Herald severely loss 3; net Democratic gain 9. plied that there was no prospect ciitiziscs tho Sainoan treaty reFulton Shnrp, 2G3; Colson, 49; of any as thero apcently entered into between tho Cobb, C, Democratic decrease, 11; peared to bo a gouoral inclination United States, England and Ger Hepubllcnn decrease, 53; Demo-ctntiamong some of tho roads to work many, gain, 12. lie says u suusiauuui.y together, and avoid waring upon confirms German domination in Lodgtou Sharp, 14; Colson, each other. Ho boliovos harmony Samoa, and is certain to meet 12; Cobb, 5. Democratic Increase JRHKi: JAMRN AMVK. will pvovaii. with strong opposition In tho Sen- 49; Republican loss 2j; not Dem beforo that body ocratic gam 4. ate wheu it comes Tho Cincinnati Enquirer conAX KFftriKNT NEBVICr. for ratification. Sassafras Sharp, 5o; Uoison, i. tains a lcttor from Greensburg, Democratic increase 23; Repub- Ind., signed IC Smith, which says: A recent circular from the AgProbably for the first time in lican loss 8; net Democratic gain Reporters aro inclined townrd ricultural Department gives tlio the history of any State, a prize thirty-thretho sensational, but when I state information that thero aro Madrid lloud Sharp, 19; tight lias influenced Mississippi that Jesse James is still living, a agricultural stations in full 0. politics. It is said that the nomtruth has been stated. My oppor- operation; each State having one M- - Stono as FOR. REPRESENTATIVE. ination of Hon. J. tunities for knowing whereof I nevcral having two nud Louisiana Governor of that State, was made Hickman Walker, 529; Web- speak havo been exceptionally having three. The object of these on tho u.BUuct ibbho of whether ster, 11; Walker's nuioritv, 515. good. stations, which employ over 370 tho aiders and abettor of the Sol In tho first place, nny one who experts hi agricultural nclouco ami Cayco Webster, 70; Wrtlker,85. pros Walker's majority 9. set to should bo knows Frank James knows that practice, and aro maintained by an ecuted. Stone was for prosecuJordan Walker, 79; Webstor, tho Ford boys could not have kill- annual national appropriation of tion, and ho won. Ho was oppos- 11. Walker's majority C3. ed Jesse and thou havo lived $000,000, supplemented by State delWerJ lo any part et the Ctljr. ed by tlio railroads implicated. Two daring road agents attempt- (ioli Fulton Walker, 278; Webster, quietly at homo ns thoy did. A appropriations amounting to few days after tho St. Joe murder is, ns a bulletin issued from ed to rob a train on the Wabash 42. Walker's majority 230. Dimixa the past week tho Lodgton Webster, 103; Walker tho writer saw Finnk pass within tho department says, to mako a Wostom road near Kansas City, W. DIESTELBUINK. ui:ai.i.r i.x- weather has not boon generally 83. Webster's majority 25. sight of the Ilarbeson farm, where regular business of discovery for Saturday night. They boarded tho favorablo to growing crops. There Walker, 57; Webster tho Fords wcro living with their tho uso of farming, to promoto ag- rear platform of tho sleeper nndi SassafraH lias been a laigo excess of rainfall 2. Walker's majority 55. FAINTS sister, Mrs. Bolton. Belonging to riculture by scientific Investiga- went through tho passengers off TVTO apace to name all article, bat bo DllUG., in New England and tho South AtMadrid liend Walker, 19; Web-ste- tho James gang was a man who tion and experiment, and to diffuso that car successfully, after which JJl trouble to ebow goodi. lantic States, from threo to sixresembled Jesse in almost every-thin- as well ns iucrcaso the knowledge they started for tho coach ahead.! Come and see, al the eeroer of Troy 0. teen inches being reported in savo courage. This man was which improves farm practice nnd On tho platform they met the con- and Moicon Afenue. Bail lllckmro, Kj FOB, JAILER. jr--t: jmc some suctions, and tho resulting ductor, who opposed their proIiickmnn Leggato, 31C; Gonr-le- Sam Hill, and his wifo was tho elevates farm life. Hoods liuvo caused much damage gress, and was tired on. He brave27; Carpenter, 81; Fields. 58; daughter of Win. Hill, of Morton, to growing crops. In tho Ohio Tilt: tlKKAT NTRIKr. ly resisted, and smashed his lanRay county, Mo. Mrs. Wm. Hill COMI'OUNDKI).- Brown, 14, Underwood. 43. Aral ley, heavy rains have injured tern to pieces on their heads, when And tel your Utaeiinilthhis and grntral ear lU'llKSCirriOlXS CAUEFULIiY Cayco Carpenter, 58; Brown, wub a daughter of tho late James Scottdalk, Pa., Aug. 0. Tho they jumped off tho train and es- Kepainog done at oats, but tobacco and com are Renick. PostoQleo as above. My improved. The conditions havo 40; Leggato, 18; Gurly,23; Fields, wife is very closely related to the strike iu tho Conuellsvillo coko caped. bpen generally favorable to cotton. 14; Underwood, 0. nud, ns wore nil at region lias assumed immense proNew Orleans has tho enforce Jordan Carpenter, 50; Leggato Rcuicks, tho day wo tho murder, portions. Of the 1 1,180 ovens not Morton of Obion ami Rttiangt Strtiti,) ( Corner As president Mr. (JlcvclamUwas 1; Gurly, 10; Fields, 10; Brown, consider ourselves pretty woll less than 12.000 aro now idle, nud ment of its pound ordinances lens- KY. tho managers of the striko assert !od. Tho lessee attempted a round HICKMAN, looked to 14; underwood, 0. a man who generally Fulton Carpenter, 202; Fields, posted. Sam Hill left homo gome that over 1,000 of the remaining up Saturday and was resisted by (Joel Work atlloclcbollom Trlcca. My Ho resee what ho was doing. rj,,!' time before tho shooting, and his ovens will bo owners of tho trespassing mollo. shut down fused u pension to Mary Aim 100; Leggato, 3; ISrown. 11; lamiiy una nover Been nor iicaru row. TIio National Progressive stock. Whilo cngagod in his mid DKALKRS IS MTMItX WORK 3 jpccUHr-nSDoughoity bocauso she was not a wood, 5. Lodgton Carpenter, 99; Fields, of him since; but tho man who iiinere' Association JOIINF. UKAY. aatl t!ie ti buglA blunt annmloii ami thn proper object for national charity. saw Jesse James' ghost out West mar2C-t-f UltUOS, MEDICINES, n(K)Kfl, STATION KK Y, an.l Sfl.cl Pn.ll. Since then Mary Ami has been fl: Bro'wn. 91; Underwood, 2; Lee- - somo months since, saw a little or Knights of Labor aro working to- Creoles poured into tho Btrcot 1'aucjr UOUl),ToYB, an.l I'lCTURKS gether iu perfect harmony for the armed with nil sorts of primitive given a clerkship, or something, gtto 1; Gurley, 0. Sassafras Loggate, 20; Carpen- the wickedest ghost his oye ever first time in years. At meeting weapons to rosono their milkers. l'AINTS.OIUS, WINKS ami I.ttJUOlLS, or Mr.llcal na. SUNUnll-S- , in the agricultural department and rested upon. yestorday In the melee a blacksmith nnd u a few days since she wad brought ter, 23; Gurley, 2; Fields, 2; AQKNTSyOB TIIK If Gov. Ciittnnden was imposed nt tho Standard works nil Nation- pollcomnn wero shot, the former 4: Brown, 2; Dick, 2. tho men, who nre nearly up beforo a Washington police Carpct.tcr, 10; upon by tho Fords, it matters Madrid Bond al Progressive Minors, unanimous- fatally. At the sight of blood, court for being drunk and disorSomo ono will probably ask ignoring tho tho denizens of tho invndod disderly. She begged to bo let off, Leggato, 8. why Mrs. Sauiuel mado such an ly passed n resolution KDNTUOKY. HICKMAN, and was, because sho was afraid CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. ndo! Policy, ray friend, policy scale and agreement of last Feb- trict folded thoir griovnncoB and - Kt2iIITICIlVN )o( A M1'EI A L.TY. -away. ruary. From the latest reports stole Arab-likshe would lose her place. For 303; against 73; not voting Bob ami Charles Ford wero too 1VF. MK A TltlAI, when you wan lap8-I8S1 209; total registration 590. Total young to go into the army, but received hero it is almost certain .lone, T Ulacimiiltbini: krvp a or repairn on Souk Canadians who tbonghi it vote polled in fircTuiian prociuct after the war closed went to steal- that not more than eight or ton full line of 4o. I al tuooi, iu was all light to seizo our fishing 5G1. ing as a profession. Tho oldest works out of the seventy-siUndertaker's Goods, FURNITUBE. j the region will bo working on tho most Uimsy pro vessels T0TAL8 IN COUNTY. I FURNITURE. brother, John, was in the nruiy, Common, KoncwooJ, and Kolfd lilack Waltho The men in this part of texts, aro making a great clamor Sharp, 10(iC; Col. nud, by tho way, was the best one ForTrensuror nut Colli m nnd Caora, whleli can bo fittnl and indulging in some threats bo sou, 228; Cobb, 14. Democratic of tho family, and yet just before rogion nre quiet nnd peaceable, un on ehort notice, and at reasonable causo we havo seized some of j increase over 1888, 158; Republi- ho breathed his last said ho only aud beliovo they will win the . tiltf, me a call. Blioi) iii Weat Ulckraan. Arrnngomcnts aro being tlioir sealing vessels which aro can decrease 105; net Democratic wanted to live long enough to kill strike. may25-8r- i mado for an immense trenching on our sealing grounds gain 203. two mon at Richmond. DEALEI18 IN to be in dollaticd of the President's proI repent that it was Sum Hill Wednesday.held at this placo ou For Representative Total vote clamation. Tho United States and for Walker, 1,131; for Webster, and not Jestse James llmt was T. England are not going to war 253. Walker's majority iu Fulton killed. cattkhi: or the niAMunn. about seals or mackerel, and the county, 878. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, THR I'AMICIIH RAVIi. LUllo Vedlingtou stile or politiFor Jailer Carpenter, 531; If the ncconnts or the sequel to cians who ate about as rcprcsou-tatlvHICKMAN. - - - KENTUCKY 373; Fields, 109; Brown, 171; Tlio Toronto Globe Bays: "The the seizure of the lilack Diamond of Canadian sentiment as uurley, bi; undorwoou, inuar lllnck Diamond's ndvoutnro rends are true, tho affair should be 11 J ILL Attend lo all builncM entrusted K15NTUOKY. 1IICJCM.V?, the three tuilors of Tooley street pcntoi'a majority ovor pi. YV to their care. 'Leggato, like a joke. It is a pity tho joko corporated iu a comic opera. Office Furniture Factory. wcro of tho people of England. lul, Total voto in Jailors race lioil unt itnnti nmnlnlnil an It iwumii more ludicrous than tlio wvbii vvmnivtvu im K AUK OI'1'KHINflall grailta of l'laln, Mrillnm ami Fine Furniture at freally noT8.'78 1,415. probably would have been if Capt.'nltuatiou as now reported Iras te carrjr a mil nut, at an iuur, ui reuucnl friw. Tub strikes aro on. It is a deman- - boon soon on the stngo. Undo For Constitutional Convention. Thomas una found a urltlsli H'ASIISTANDS, WARDROBES CnAIKS, ROCKEllS, TA11LES, IIUREAUS, plorable state of affairs in tho -- No. of votes cast for a Consti r E. S. MUHRELL, of Ounalaska. To put n Bam'a sailor bold seized the vessel, labor world, but tho situation has tutional Convention, 708. No. of finish on tho farce, Washington! put it under arrest, bo to spent, ATTOENEIT-AT- LAW, And we guarantee our price to be Hie toweat. (Ile lit a trial anil be eonTlnfeJ, to be mot and dealt, with, One voters registered as entitled to should olniiti damages because tho' overhauled its cargo, captured a lru florc,) (OOel thing is certain: tho policy of tho voto, 1,101. tar We are hcaj.iiartere on UNDERTAKER'S (WOPS, anil illicotiut all eome Haw-few seal skins, and thon nhienil Black Diamond carried John tlllon In 1I1I1 line. V.e carry a large line of Wooden and Metallic Ilurlat Cat. party in power, which fosters and III CK MAN, KY. kins, representative of Washing-- ono of his men on board to tako For Bore Kjren, e9 Impairing and Job Work a specially. II uuruos trusts, lings and combines, ELSEWHERE. ton authority, into Victoria. Prob charge of tho piratical craft and COVaiLL'S B7S SALVZ. VllW practice in all tbe CourU of tb which shuts our products out of Weil, Democratic nominee, was ably even Undo Sam's chock is its crow, with onlors to bring it Juilieial UUlrlct. tho markets of tho world, and elected in McOrackou 'county by not colossal enough to onablo him safely to ono of our iortB. Tho Igf For Neuralgia anil Itlioumatlum, fninrlSl seeks to restrict consumption to 400 majority. to make a demand for the surren- captain of tho Diamond told this COWOILL'S WEASEL OIL. homo markets, has not benefited W. M. Smith, in Graves comity, der of tho escaped vessel. Of eOloicnt and vigilant guardian of tlio What is tho by a largo voto. course Downing street should in- American rights that ono man eV For Piles, 33AHT HICKMAN, 3CY. sltuntloii now! Coal miners by Bill ltecd, iu Marshall county, stantly sook satisfaction for tho could not run his vossol, but this COWaiLL'S PILE OINTMENT. Z thousands out of employment null was (Ideated by Prof. Nail. piratical conduct of tho Hush, but was looked on as a bluff nnd tho Tho Original Wins. . a u (To ring for the necessaries of C. K, Simmons, M, I.miU, Nichols. In Uallnnini.il Carlisle 'after all that has boeu dono iu United States vessel sailed away 19 For Tetter ami Itingworm, A. Simmons Mtdldne.E.I'J life in Indiana and Illinois, thous- counties, was defeated by Mr. llehring Sea, nobody can Boriotts- - with llylngcolors. Tho prlzo crow COWOILL'S TETTER OINTMENT. II. Zcllln.l'rop'r A. U. .Simmons of men out of work and on a Gardner. ands ly Imngluu that Lord Halisuury's of ono, Immediately surrendered llty ulstor, Ksl'd hy Zcilln 1668. ntriko In tho coko regions of Poiiu II. A. S. I.. M, has lor 47 vctre government will mako any spirit- to tho "bloody" ltritish ns soon as tig" For Worms, CUltd iNDIOrSTIOM, IllLIOltNIIf. Bylvannia, laborers III 1'ittAlmri' Dre. Wit.tam A CowgilTs Ploasant Worm Syrup ..., . ..a.,.,. 4., IIAJlMMtlKt nt ed demand ou Mr. Harrison." his own vessel was out of sight, ll.vunvn ... .. I)o3 nil kiiiilo of Mnolilno Work. ltopalritiB dono with Noutiic8 t " Ursrrriu.SicK IUadacik.I.ost ArraTiT, Sova hTfimcii, ICtc. preparing to qtiti work, illsturbaii- - Washington, is exneriinentiiiir with and these but recent prisoners Uiul Doaputcli. Having He guar unite till toe do to give tutiifttctlon. lltv. T 11. Ilcifni, i'utor M. K. SATISFACTION (WARANTf.KD OH ocs tn WlscoiiMiu, miners iu Uiriu- - tho "elixir of life," lately discover Tail old maids of IloBton nre iu took this midshipinltc prisoner Church, A.lams.Tsnn., writes :"1 located with now tools, nml tho boat Mnohluiats In tho TUB MONEY HKFUS1MD. ut.nK t mould lute (nn dtad bul iughatn refuse to work, and tho UdbyDr. Paris, a Hut tor ovor offers of mnrrlngo and sailed away with him to tho West, wo aollolt a almro of your truilo. lor your Ucnuint M. A. very Italians brought o vet- to tako who claims that ho Iuib literally they havo received from tho West. British port of Victoria. Canada For S.de tijr Hip Trojirletor, l.lrtr Mtdldne. I h are somtlimcs lud to substitute Piping, Brass Goods. &c. constantly on hand. w, and the United States for two or tho placo of former railroad II death, and can by tho Mayor Wheolrlgltt, ot Tnconiu, ltrl "Zcllin'l stuff" for vnur Mr,the Wo uro .. .1 J, W. COWGILL, Drog&isI, ICaunTfl c,n cm nt lower wagcB, now refuse to! uso of his decoction oxtoml iifo to fM iiuo m.tllAh is Mm ..iiijui rF .1 iiRoiits Tor Suw .Mills, EhkIiiob and HoIIota, Iron I'onolng, bu," Jo0'' x,, linn "imiuu iu niu Mintn. uij nireu iinys tiinvu I. iiecu greatly n. CoTiilMh Work, Cylinder . work and ntrikc for moto wagon, i an iudeflnito peiiod. Dr. Hntn-wit- Hoston, mnking nn offer to every cited over tho capturo of tho Dm- - jafl 83 BIiIiikIo " Hoiiding Dr.J.n. Gran. Editor Tit Iiickmnn, Ky. kj,Itiu.hls.Tenn. says! threatouod riots. All this mom! makes no suoh..claini u iMaBsaouusaiis Hpiusior in iiouaii nioutu oawa, nun p8 or nil uinuu, c. received a Datltavs of nurlj,.i Medicine, aittVhair used half ol It. and moro under a system of pro-- ' this, but ho admits that there la of tho men of WaBhlngtoii Tern .A.. A.. It works like a cAartn. I want no STAVE SAWS toction for protection's WORK AND III!- dla- - tory. Tho council of Taconm has sake. soincthliiL' u1n..l..rr..i in'" tl Geoecte W. .Tolt.t Iiub boon better Liver ami ctr- PHYSICAN AND SURGEON tainly nu inure 01 Zelllo'a itntuia, U. 8. District Attorney lit said, to too Could matters bo mado worse by co very. also appealed, it KENTUCKY gar, HICKMAN, m m Ma 0D m: Vj rwc nchatigo of policy I I it concoiv-ablpeople of Massachusetts to send for Kentucky. This is a complete Proftitlonul Rervloea to Tho Union bo that a rcforinod tariff could hclil tlilt yrr Ool, City FalrfwiTl and out nil the mnrriagoablo women knock down to Mr. Augustus 13. OFFERS bla of Hickman anl vicinity Olllco noiir N. Si O. Douot. Oor. 1th uiul Moacow Avouue. 3rd. Iili aud Clli, produce a worse otuto of nft'uiral rrtfiul9t' to l unumully lutercatlog. Willson, of Loulsvillo-that cau bo spared. x phia a few days since, stnted that woaro on tho eve of a great business revival; that the immenso of Knglish capital and onr bank full of in oner, which must be invested, will insnro tho starling of great business enterprises all over tho laud. Jay Gould, while in Philadel- TIIK KMXTIOJf. STATE TREASURER. prcrincl-Sha- rp, Hickman lil.S. 3C0; CoIboii, I4U'; Cobb, o; biiurpB ma-iorit- v n u inquiry, relating to Colorado, Utah, Montana, Nevada, Dakota, and Oregon. The number and magni tude oT tho States nud Territories interested in this inquiry, show its importance, nud if a successful system of irrigation can be introduced, with a well digested nud safe plitf) for water storage, It is claimed an area double the pros-cu- t populated area of tho United States would be made available to settlers. Whether the general government can or ought to embark in the business of building irrigation works iu theso States is a question which will give riso tn discussion. But the States nud Territories needing irrigation systems, as a general rule, havo set nsido all natural waters as public property, to bo used for the benefit of all. Tho report of tho com. mitteo will bo a valuable as well ns interesting one, and will throw much light upon a question which ie certain to come beforo Congress in some shape, that has bocu appointed to forward the movement to secure tho location of tho world'x fair in Chicago will meet this afternoon in the council chamber. Tho finance ootninittco will recommend that stock to a total of $2,000,000 be at once issued, nud tho proposal willboudopt-ed- . A section of tho committee, however, favors a limit of $..000,. 000. JAT OOUI.n .SA.VtlUIXK. rate-cuttin- 1 forty-seve- n Col-so- livau-Kiiral- n crops for miles around and did HICKMAN. KKXTtM'KY. other damage. The little child of All Ltgnt !Iiitni-- proinpll atlrmivU Iu a party of travelers was drowned Lii'l praclli- a tl Ir. in tho Hood. Tho losses through Office In Hank tlull.lluir. heavy rains iu Now York, Con M89 nocticut nud New Jersey, with in n radius of 100 miles of Now York, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE aro estimated nt between $300,000 aud 400,000. & W- Srr.AXtNG of reports from North KENTUCKY STREET Carolina that n very largo number 1 .MANUPACrUltUIIN of negroes aro preparing to emiEEt'S coaalantljr en aauil for HImgrate from that stato to the southna mil oasEB, nuaaiKs nJ hacks. western states, and that farmers Hflni purehmtJ tl.e (labia, borira in the latter states havo invited .. land (alirt out St cf W, II, rtuoasr ..... ...,...., A.2&JD COK3ST ." eonllnut lb. lu.lnr... oJ Atlanta Journal says: "It isi 05,u , worthy or note tnat tnoy navo ,, ceived no invitation to migrate to ,,, . and Boilers. iw i Agents for Morris Machino Works-Engi- nes any northern state, nor aro any of, MICKIIKMI MaFDl8 WOWS. i . them going iu that direction." i - WILL OUINI) MKAh KVBKY SATURDAY. aoglO-lTiik wholesale fruit dealers iu New York, who handle large quanB. C. tities of Florida oranges, have or uiALia la ganized an Ornuge Trust, to buy up tho entire crop for tho next Italian ani Amcrican Makdi.i monuments, tomu and ukavb flveyenre, nud thus shut out com MA.NUFACTUREilS Of THE CKLEllKATED8TO.NE8. petition among purchasers. This AVINO In iioelc, a floe lot of Amrr- CO .,.,, ,. ib u Ptuiniu iu tuiiLU iku i:... IU.OI t-. . IO -- Itall ,,,1 liaiiau .,..1.1. im I'll on one iiaiiu ami uio consumers IM.K dlo MlRim atdtra. flBUV examine CO Call and all on tlio oilier, squeezing tlio prico.QT work down on the former nnd upon tho OrJtri frflm iht country rronpll; tT" latter. It Ib to bo hoped that the lttJ. narSe growers will not bo lured or fore, m m od into tho trap. w r Postmasteu General gels back on Dr. Norvin '" BaCJaar CO twk7jMKStaHalaiaMjfS rfjF "iiTiaaaBaaaBaaJla VC Wtifcialfc Eh Green, President of tho WeBtoni 'V ii v 'X" en Company, in Union Telegraph oo great shape. Ho rcitcraton his assertion that tho telegraph com pany has given private parties Inivpr rntnn limn nffnriliil tlin flnv. tliu n.-Awtiirimmil of eminent, quotes tho Western j Union expense account to show that tho cost of delivering incs-- l aajjoa U not nn great ns nllogod,! aud generally denounces Dr. XXT IT I Green's Btntoincuts as pure V TUIA I., HIM cik-c- X "SiCeTmfil burnt near Oronndn. SAXK'X. WAriOUN Mis., completely destroyed tho X8BX.LL, ! All goods guaranteed to be exactly as reprcBcntcd. Six - EAST HZCKMA1T MILWTG JNO. ' COHPJLHT, 3rB.Xj. Fauis Parker. MORRIS k SON, Prop's. - w ...., ro-f- ,.,. Fine Buggy Spokes ,. y HAMAGE, HERTWECK. BALTZER &CO. - 1 ... S Wana-make- I'lljffilil! -- a ",!lllt& fabri-cation- s. 123,-00- Jelm Witting KICKMAU "WAGOIT, t ilih GROCERIES SIC KM A THE OLD RELIABLE! GlVr. CIIAS. A. IIOLCOMBB, Family Groceries. r, HilCllS. ID Dl'n-STL'U- FS, g y, jl c; j aw, I IJ. F. GRAY'S, S I T. Te, SrayaP, o & OoF A. F. OLIVER, lit-tl- o, lutBiti d wmmi Domestic Sewing Machine, &s- 1 e 7 x g5'0 jirlc-c- mnss-meet-iti- g lir STEPHENS & mVLEK, H.A. &K. TYLER Leg-gat- Fumiturc and Undertaker's Goods, W o of-wa- 1 1 What to Buy? Hickman jno Wi?ks. 2t Co., wago-crauer- THAT FIGHT rrop1-MLl-- I i Jno. W. Morris Pipe-Fittings, ... PHOPRIBTOBS. Hrowii-Soouard.o- f - blm-mo- labor-.conquere- d h I j "' atuvo-auwH- DR. unlG-'feO FA.RIS e - - llrr-ulal- BOU .. -- , j. tit f tTZ 0 StJb1 ""-yiyf. ri. i a ' CjJlHBBMlMBfca'aMfalfafafafafafa j. tu iS aJtaiaWBaT fafafaBm 1M"'r,"'r""l' t jMfafafMfMfafafafafafafP . aL.- ..- -- .,,, m,. lafaiiaaatfaWlaafaTlW'afaTiTlWaaaaaaaaaattfafaaa -.- staMWBlfafaMfaMfaWUaWiWfMfaiafS ' 1 - .aialtflfaW " " " aajaaaaaWataaaaaaaaaaaiMlMaMalanaSaMaaaaaaataaaa The Leading Jeweldr! vutvA A Jtriilrond aiiil f.evce; . it u Sj Sf . . aaaanaaaaaawaawMaiaraMajataaaaaaaanaa.annaaaaj ' . iw- -. ' n : a i. & 9j Ladle Cilrl f.eil hi ihe FldUafcM. $ BURLINGAME. $ Tho mil, titarery and BMrMCila liwel-IIh- j Largost nud Boot Stock of Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, m tho adjoining blacksmith shop, owned by Mr. J V. Gray, nnd Musical tlionco to tho rosldenco of Mr. Gray, all oi which wore consumed, including tho stock of grocorlus, tho contents of the blacksmith shop, mill, &o., except tho household furniture of Mr. Gray, and part of tho stock of groceries, &e. Tho II ro originated in tho upper (o) room of the grocery house, where it joined tho mill, and in a corner Tx-ietl- ! where were stored somo Roman candles, bnt how the candles were ignited is not known. Mr. Part-loGo to llAi.Tzr.u & Shaw's for ADVIIBTISINg SATIS. himself, bad been up stairs clienp Dry Gooile. Thoy pronone orcr tho mill twico that morning spatial to make it hot for (tnfi)tnMii on yrar. UM ,...-.- . competitor beforo tho tiro was discovered. tl..h.all rilHlMi frmt . . ....... .. WMil Mm through tho HUiutncr niontlm. ... in,, battl, rlHha .na var It in beliovoil that tho flro was July 12 Tr.a.l.at .M, Uvail .rllrmHi' II !" a.,uar canned purely by accident in some r lw wli t.f km lrh, anr ""! wav. ltlll..n.l l.fll..i.. Lonl Byron Tf rTlal p !!(, ' er e.H..lt.. alJllltfiil my bWliat of lful In gtBays of ejea The loss to rartlow's proporty lil ntrl: !, rilflrltlh( "lm Is estimated at over M.OOO on " a tyt't an .jr. and nh.llrr Mark ur Wn. ctrira .III b M.l. nf DMI.arira, f"4lt". lfllla pr lr.rt, I noirrat laall.r, au la la t.i)unl; which ho had only e 1.300 insuril-iwill Urti.mxl fr a rfli tin. TI wwflm l dl hi. aUmt a Laa: loiral Hoilm tHianla f iln. Rial Th kin Inl aiaj ance; and Mr. Gray had no Insurlaktn at a lt." . waller fonllaa-- l, f,el lr IIm. rvk Tho Ynmiff Men's Oliriatlan ance whatever. Gray's Iobbcs esc timated at from $500 to ?G00. Aaelllnn will bold Ihilr r.jular I Tho saddest anil moat heart MclbodUl ekureb, hUD.Iar l lli tTenlnf l Z o'clock. HuAJcl M aiaOii rending part of tho conflagration T. " remains to bo told, and that was lin; ''Kucetiaful I'.nonal Woikfrl If t"j'vN p.tvtt KffrjK.y lnltfl. ir r 4ftnt nnt lUkli. the Iors In tho Haines of Mr Part If run uaatSUUflwUt, w4.1t Wr bolioro tho only way lo low's little throo year old daughtir ltt.Jf, , liV.4e, II JOM Imltil up and linprovo a town U to ter, JcbbIo. Sho had followed her If j4 vant tl it ). rante, . U Uilintt l'rJ, The undersigned, commencing bualneea iniprovo it. Nothing Bucceeila father into tho store after breakM IUII IlU..lltl( If liko BiicocBB. Now 30U go to work fast, and when tho tire broke out, in Hickman, only ask a snare ol Iraue, want llHtlfteMeirrHUr, If oT and in tho excitomont Incident proMainc lo uo a square, airatgni oui- In far I, t Jm nl JOB MIITIKO. r any lr. and boo if this isn't far an possible vatu In mmi MtliUttarr crMfoN, if thereto, sho was seen no moro nett, gltiog atand every Iranaaclion, and jn in each Jtev. UlioilcB, of the Old SIiIcr alive. ran )nr wnnli llftl hy rail. at tit It appears that tho dear dealing In no sensations. A full supply nuptial Church, od Iter. Mr.hny, of llii MIlonary lUplUl Church, had a littlo creature, In her fright, had of 1'amily (Irocerlca kepi, nnd aold ul a. illlCeullT oar Glcaion, Tcnn , Siindajr crouchod behind somo boxes and low price a. any. jufyfi D. B. BRYANT. , Maldc.njr preached, and barrcld; and there, remained until accuicd hi in of mliUollng a paitaic coiiNiimcd by tho Are. ITcr reCOUNCIL PKOOEEDINGS. 1U0 IJAH0AIN8 in Iiadles mains were found afterwards. Tho H. K. DAVIDSON, Diintiht, is and Misses Shoes on tho Itoinnant harrowing grief of tho ugouized Hickman, Ky Aug. f.tb, 1889. parents may bo imagined but not permanently located in Hick-lim- Counter, nt Council TIicbo wishing Dental described. Tho father was crazed Councllmenmet. Present. Mayor Cowgill. .1, AMIIKttO'H Sonh. jjll)-Parker, ilamage, Shaw and Work, nf any kind, will please tho "" "' "' tho pro Ileekman. -- Mr. J. 8. Goaldcr, Mrs. W. 0. by l,on rail on tiim. Olllco over Cow. Johnaon, MIm The rainntra of the last meeting war ol. trotig nrtnii prcx eniou r Jf f Matl OoalJer. gill's Drug Store. nl8 Hgoil.od father from taking read, approved and algned, UoeMrr and Ituutl Jun.on, lefi Tuwday accou.vth Atuitvru. for lliclr old bora, W.al t'nlnt V., whrrt l.la own life. Few men hnvo over . witnessed n scene of such agonizThe following aoeoant. were presented Tick I. iti, Tommy, Oh' llkl me, do, tlit; will roJ icreral wik with Wt wish htm a pltaiant trip. Vou llcklt me aad I'll llckht you. ing grief. The deepest sympathy property aptiroted, which on motion were allowed and check ordered Issued for the Campaign Talk. A delegation from Jordan of our whole community goes out amount: unfortu- Muse & Miaw, for clerla and ahoveta, $ 2.P5 tlilltd llit court. hon, Monday, and gid to these 'tie If dead, till be It nodrr.lood laid In III clalrai of llil lit weuU hate Ilif J longer If lit eoulj." huniamltr Hill elij for lb eounlr .Ur, ' nate people, but tho chief sorrow, M. II. 8haw, for lamps, serapern, 4c, 40.87 Icrprlilni !, 0.8 ,ar ii.t. ,icflr ltttlo child. Is Websler. nina roa vnaTir.niNa city hall. or ai lea- for a l.ranch court. Juddln i ...f.. 'VJ -- Everything passed off quietly he Ike eleterneat of lb dtl(rllon, ft.! .'i..w... ..voor. Mayor Cowgill presented to the Coun(5 ray and Partlow, and their fa in cil four scaled bids for ventilating city claloia ihould hat fair conalderallon. ml (lit poll. Moedey. lies aro worthy, good people, en hall, as per plan, and specification, Attention Is called to the nil- ergetic, industrious, enterprising, bidJera, upon the opening and Work on tlic Hickman Col, .,.w.,.0i u.li. iCOf ib. unio01 examination of which. It wa. found Ibat . lege ii progreielngalcety. Wi " Clljr High Sobool I'rofe.wr.Croektltaad K. Wllburn'd bid of SIS 00 wa the lowT. Tl, Tho MIkbph DeMonconrt, of Tboraa. irl.em. TrlnelraU of gun to accumulnto a property and est. On motion, hr wa. awarded Ibe con(III InilMutlou hat each of then Untter-tal- l n business, that promised pros Cairo, III., irt flailing MUt Klla llairan. tract for Ihe work. jr drgrce., and lie liart aim bal nud It is a hard blow to I'SK OKCITT HAl.t TKNDiaKO TBX COUHTY. Itnck limn arc receiving, dally, cral jeara of lueeceiful operlence !? pcrity, nil swept from ai have ft them in one Ily a unanimous role of Ihe Council men Hue Gold and Hllvcr Watches. tduealori. unfortunate hour. They have tho present, peralsaion wa. granted the auMrs. Ida Donaldson, of Pur. Ilrlngyour Watches, Clocks, com! will and esteem of tho peo- - thorities of Fulton ejanly to hold all national, gtmld, Ark., Ii stalling relalltee In Jowclry, &c, that need repairing, pie, and no doubt ouo and all of city State and county election. In Ihe hall, it being to not) juick, opposite Mil siiaw's our people will alii and befriend for the voters of lhmore convenient for county a. a voting A lovely lino of Hats ami Bon- grocery, ai nuck uros', and lie, as best wo can. place, net nl ways on iintiii ill .Mm. Jonef. will repair them ns a cukck lusorn. Their Hularat Hmlna. np20 workman should. A cheek wa. ordered issued lo Tho Peter Mott Avres, of Pulton, I'robaldf nit one llilng baa canned atiob Dillon, Srn 8iipl Cemetery, for it lit. I'frn tjpalatrtl mlillary eaJet to Weil I). II. ltlackmati, a section a general reyltal of trade at J W. being for six months' .alary up to July Polm. Drug.Store at their giving away to foreman an the M, & 0. ilallroad, near lit. ICi. (Kian torainc from Moaoon Ihclr On motion the Council adjourned. Jo. Welsh has gono to Hell- - Care. Ihlt counlT.etenltif, 6n a hand ear, ttle ofcualomeri of Newmany free trial Con Ducovery for Or King' W. I McCUfCHBN, C. C. a allualloa lo Caerr, MaUjr vlf, Mitt, bating accepted sumption. Their traits la elniply cnor- M thrown from lb ear, II paotng wi.r at lint plate. hla l.oilv. an I fatal Inlurle Ila nuui In thU eery valuable article from report, but not fiecied the fact that It alwaja caret and netcr Misses Cox nlld Coleman, Of waaallt. at Coughe, Cold, Aalluna, Will on MONPAY.Sept. 2nd. 188!. open a IIiapolnU av. wii- - , iw iio, ik en on. lenn. a re titiiina ira. Itronchltlt, Cmup, and all throat and lung in the house on th corner Uell, llait lllekniati. X numbor of our mof promi- dlaeaa. quickly cured. You can lett il SchoolCumberland Streets, formerlyWabash occuMiss. Katie Kingman, is visit- - nent elltltHa are arrlotialy Contemplating before bmlng by pitting a trial bottle for and by Mr. Cbas. Clark. pied nuglMf On Weitnendiiy nlbi;tiliir tho pro-eerstore or J. 0. Partlow wns (liHcovcrod bh nre, which soon mill, own. spread to tiib roller-gris- t od by tho saino party, thence to y Jewelry, (Instruments TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. 3rv XXixxi. gl HMi lp"-rll'- fc fl, ir.. (nn ! .f I t This ! rof.t-In- (, Cnpt. J. J". WIMMifis, eb.ef.engi jj. cor of the Grf. Tfeiin. & Mo. Kail mail unmnalik tahft Cant. Tillinilll general Bollcfting figent for Mine a 2 asW Ti 'i company, passed tnroiign, hick-maMonday, on their way to the 3E- -t fe of Madrid Bond, where they meet the surveying party now engaged making tho Ideating nnrvoy for that lino of railroad. Tho company desire thnt tho V? K II A V 12 A V E it Y 6 H O I 0 E. SELECTION OF and cstlmnto for fho lovee from tho Tennessee highlands to Hickman shall bo inn do by and :fl under tho Immediate supervision s of Capt. Williams. Captain thinks that his surveying party will reach Hickman next Our Dltl-aGOODS are the Finest, Prettiest and met Moderate 1H Iic'e; &Fcr filiown in tliis town, with nice Trlrnrnfngs 6 mnf; Tuesday or Wednesday. iMi'DllTED FilENCIE SATTEElS LACES, EMimOIDKntES and R1IHJONS, jrom the cheapest td the most costly. Mr. Tillman is confident that the will be bnilt Inrailroad aud leveo in Solid and Fancy Cdlors. The very best quality df LtlJice and Misses COTTON HOSE, SILK 6loVES side tho next twelve mouths. He represent that tho Tennessee SILK MITTS, HAftDKEltciliHPS; S:c. can be found on onr Counieri, at RcmarkaWy Low Figures'; have subscribed very to liberally, and all that remains ZS secure tho succosa of this great enterprise is for the Kentucky We have a very large assortment of Wo have iliu very best class of owners of overflowed lands to do their part. Onr peoplo should IFazxoy Minn that this levee, to say nothing of the railroad advantCUSTOM-MAD- E ages, will redeem over 200,000 acres of ns fine lauds as thoro are in the United States, and that, re which can be bought from tis tta 16w as any' deemed, it will be tho garden spot house tin sell: in value, of tho Sooth, trebled FaaaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaaaaaBW . t aud a teomintr population added tho moat natural trcdleaat point for which, arc made in tho VERY LATEST whom will be Hickman; and theretore, an our people suouni en courage the work. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT! ? 1 ? I f i , r if i. z' f BE SURE TO RttAD THIS, law 3E n high-land- s s5 3Ejt enr-vo- y Wil-limn- DRY GOODS IN ALL LINES. land-owner- s LdieM and Bttiplo and Slippeis and Skoes GROCERIES .... IXTTS N 1 A. - No Sensation. Wti tMt have just received home nice two and three ply, ALL WOOL, ! (tic wr, Courier Job Ofllce. LOCAL NEWS. CARPETS, -- Building Material Always on hand, and will cohifictc niatket in this line. flrrth lt. H Klifr-W- ALSO r- - 3attinr, Oil Cloths, iny' M-.- lf I ,' ""'"'" Russ. which &o., wo proose to put down lower than they were ever sold in Hickman. And our friends will appreciate this fact when they call and examine the line anil Low Prices wo can givo on the very best class of Goods. GIVE US A CALL, AND WE Wlhfj MAKE IT TO YOUR JNTEliEST TO JJUY FROM US. ra-lift- I grief-stricke- n- -t . I iin,i "' ... ,,-- ,, xt., I J. Ambcrg's Sons. A solid, 18 karat Gold Watch for $22.50, nt Back Bros. Wo will not be undersold. ed -- - FXiFLlES, . IJ?"3BB I ACADEMY, This popular school will epen September 2d; Mis. R. Adelle Allen, principal nf Literary Department; MIm Emma Hew. lit in eliarge of Musical Department. Two terms of 10 week. each. Charges from time of entrance to end of term. For information aa to rales or special apply to B. APELLH ALLEN, , julyl9-2Hickman, Ky. m CINTRAL i3srsTJRi.j3sro.E;i PI Hglginal3BalllllllllklllalBaaBV Vigf u lllek-ma- n, flrst-ohm- s Cow-gil- l'. 1 CrWlaVaalllllllllllllllllHalllWallllllllllllllllllllla?r aallllllllllllllllllllBM(Ba aJgtTgtatagtgtraflBlaaTB n9asHHgtaHgB!iBVVE3Si WrBIUIBJBWiiWWLKJtBLwiiiiiiiiiiBLBiMi lt nlJ. Miss M. R. Bright Saw Milljbr Salo! I am eSering for sale on the most liberfirst-cUhome-pow- H Inj; Ma.llonIMc, KfH and will rrinaiiii I htre about l.n ilaia. Mr. It. J. Oookor, a farmer The vol for Representative In tbl lltlng near Cayee, on the Tom Mare place, wa. llcoTerrd lo be eraty on Mon- precinct la at lotto wa: It iick Uros. Valktr, Democralle nominee, 114. day. He went to Ihe election, toted, and Webster, Independent, 61. returned home without anything tpeclaU Capt. JcIT lingers Is absent. -- Mr. Win. K. Young, of Hick- - ly wrong being noticed, but al borne be A vindication of an organized Democfor .'cral mrki, in Arkantit, lokln( man, wa married In I'adurah, on racy. It la surely a great success for the wae .elted with frenay, ahot at bi daughIke .aw mill plant of tk Hickman after Ihe Tib In. I , lo Mlai Tellulalt ter, and beat hi wife considerably with rnjr. J NO T. PREvy. Keptiiriug specialty. All -- watches a work guaranteed. Hue making Coinln' Hprinjr-- , near llitkman, Ky.. a iunimrr rewirt fur their families. W learn Ihal n pro.ltlan bat beea eent Mr, Nlrk Comlia, lh. owner nf the property, and if accepted, work will begin at Kitltonlnn, enee en number of eottaje. 10c, large .lie $1 Ktery bollle warranted. HOMCtJlV. al terms my 'if) portable mill. Il i. a iplendlJ machine, and I. in condition. Have just put on new aaws. The mill 1. now located five miles Wed of Troy, with some Popltr nnd two years run of Otk al present site. Am offered a 3,000,000 feet run of Cottonwood, which I would let go with mill. Parlies meaning builnes can eal on or address me at Woodland Mills, Tenn. julylO-lJ. B, ILKR. as 0 0 cm nfe?i C2si . ?. wBm Sfei W II EJPIIEHENTS K ?Ss; OVE KssS8 P $220,000,000 ASSETS! IIICKMA.V, 8E" OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, KENTUCKY. f Wed-ncda- y, S3 L. A M. Co. John-H- i, Mrs. daiigliler, Mri.8. N. While. In the caso of tho U. S. vs. Como to Huck Urns., to get Joe Moilrr for aellinf whlakjr wltliont and III your evo fitted correctly with Motley M lieeni, spoctnolc nnd eye glasses of all ehargr Hrol.ed. full ami complete stock will kinds. A MISH AN'NIB SlIKltlCON of gold, silver, nickel, steel Hchonl at III eoinmenca her I'll tale et"l-rlul'iMI Jnd, IhW. e till, Fla Ida Plnmmer nnd little Sa'llr, left Mil week fur llrook. In tlalt ber parent, Mr. and of Atlanta, (it. The bridge on nf ihe moat worthy nnd honorable of Hickman' elllreni, and lh CooaiK., wilb bol. ot frlemla, eilenda congratulation, anil wiike. for a life of bappUrra and proaperity. groom I. lh gun. He finally mad for Ihe wood., armed, and defied any one lo come near blm. Kn. Mineie lime I a warrant for blaarreit. lie haa been known for lomo time aa eccentric and jiecullar. (hi RKnnUR IIAH SST HETL'BMCB. on Ind, rVpL nuilMw ItrnwaV Tho U. It. of V. barbecuo at l'trk, je.lrrd.t, wat largely at. tijr tb. colored peopl of die country. Mrs. Clara Thomas, tho late popular and eflirlfiit clerk la Ike Hickman tlalllng her brother, Dr. i4alMi(nra, I Aniolna Witling, near Ktanavllt lad. Mr. Will T. Hnmago has with a illuatlou a Will la thoroughfirm at llclletlew, Mm ly compel nt, and lh blm aiuf book-keep- er ob-Ihln- a e. the Mell.o.llil rliurob appointed hy the Sertleea are held board of mlatlona t'sbtty, cooducled bjr llio palor Kae.lt. M. King. io Laces and Flowers, together with Children's Ueadwcar, nt iIlto. J0K5S n i 12(5 This is tho wcsk of prayor at A beautiful stock of Jlibbons, Augmt 50ih. me?!! in I'aduoali It 1. .aid there will be 600 delegalralo the contention, and representing all denorui dtacrliition with bannii.t, Hie candid nd.nliulon that, "It l not die llnclly remcmlnred by anybody pre.ent who made llie last .peecli." concluded hi aiaic Hnnuny oauvui on Cwti-tcntle- n nation.. A reporter, who attended a Messrs. John W. Morris&Co., Kast Hickman, aro putting in a now ctigluo to run their Mnohine Shops, Stave Factory, etc. Wo havo onjoyed n flue trado bIiico wo opened here, nnd if oloso pticos, good Jowolry nnd work will keep It, wo aro sure to Huck Hkos. hold onr trado. It Is prohablo that tho steel brldg. cro. llio Ohio rlter at Cairo, will Imte all the aiiani oloaed by Spt.mbr I.I, flrst-olns- s to keep when It will be In order for teamboattuen crerul reconl of pa.ilng paoe the bridge. a room U to beat a ahov.l very then pour tlnegai upon It, drop Iho .learn arlalng from Ibl la a lanl. Door, or window, ihould ed that It may etcapc. Tho simplest way to fumigate dl.lnfro. be by drop; hot, and on menl la la exact proportion lo Ihe Uttu. enco It exrolca upon thou whoitre lher bv Inducts! lo purche Hie artiole. lo I'or local pnr which It draw, attention. iioaea n.w.paper. olrculullltg ext.naltely among a good oln. of realere re'lding dUtanceof Ihe adteiltier within Knlton coiinlf. afioold alway be eboaea. Tho valuo of an ndvortiso. community In fator of moro during Ihe three year hat ben rapid. It I. hard to find a man now very who I. not anxlou. lo ereure more railroad t, and every enterprieo of that nature which la regarded a. probable or eten frames and pebblo Iciib. pnailhle la diaciisied with marked fator The eontlcllon ha. teltled Uxn ibe Clinton peoplo, learning that lhal enlarged Iraneporlation the contract hai been let lo biiiM t wouU (realty aid ua oommerclally Hickman & Southern lUllroal, ar and Industrially. The publlo want lliea aronacd in iinother clfart to trcuro the( faoilllira, and it la ea.y to e ibat the croaalnu al lhal plaoe. It la claimej thai lime linearly al hand when they will .et.ral mile, of roat building can be hate Ihem. aatrd by leatli.g Clinton tetrral mllia, It is n fact that newspaper llickraan want Clinton aod Mo.cow on reader do not alight lh adtertlHcmcdla. the lint. Tliy hat. oome lo reallie that Ibe advermnn tisement in a newapaper represent the An expert water-work- s tiilled Iltokman r'ri lay latt looklns to a goods which Iho merchanla hare for sale, contract lo build ihe Hickman water-wor- and they lake pain, lo fjmillirlze them II eatlmalf Ihe coat, complete, tltea wild what storekeeper, hate lo $30,00(1, and the eoal of operating about offer. Moreorer. the constituency of a J 1200 a year. Kipert tntlmony ltl paper are tery apt lo be governed by milwelRh other etldencta In Ihli cae, nnd what they read In Ihelr own paper. If probably ahontd do o, hut yet Iho Couatra the paper is aoocplcd In Ila political, moral it clearly of the opinion lhal lv than and Intellectual lone, a. our home paper, one half that .urn will build and equip Ita advertiser, share Ibe respect and completJ. our walcr-worbestowed upon Ihe pacr Itself. Thla ia an important fact for advertiser, Tho bnrn nnd stablo of Mr. lo remember. WlllUra McOahto, r., olghl rallrg from deitroyed by flr Friday Kl'Ot'll. Hickman, w and Iwo mute night laat. Fit hora The transition from long, lingering and the painful .lckaeM lo robtiat health mark, w.re. burned allre. a..Wkenmm . . .k .4 dleot.ri . - an epoeh a tho llfo of the Individual. lh m!ul of tha onfortunate bariMf I in. Surli a remarkable event I treaaured In poealble, liter being a large amount of Ihe memory and the agency whereby the dry hay In the barn al lh tim. The good health hat been attained 1. gratefully came of the conflagration 1. unknown. bleiued. Hence it I. tbat.o much I. beard in praise of Kleotrlo Uitlera Ho many There wa. no Insurance. fuel they owe their restoration to health Tho Conner saw mill, on the lo the use of the Great Alterative and rlter, below Hickman, wa. deitroyed by Tonio. If you are troubled with anv dia fir, Wednendat night of lait week. The ease of Kldneya, I.lver or Stomaoh, of long mill wa. owntd by J. M Keldr nd wai or short standing you will surely nud re not loiurcd. Il bad been nhtit down for lief by urn of Electric Uitlera. Sold at 60o lx week, and no fir, about It. Tb. Ore and $1.00 per bollle at J. W. Cowglll't wa. firal noticed In the loft nnd roof, and Drug Store. for llil reaaon It I. conjectured lo be tb Hut tbero I. an work of an incendiary. Tho following from tho Clin abienc. of any known moltte for any onr ton Graphic' a Fulton correspondent strike on fir. The mill wa. one of lh lh. keynote, ami apallea lo all town, elm to .el it moit ralitable In thla notion of country. lltrlr alf.cted: 'Ml lakes lite men to make a live town. Dead men are fit only to In Wo havo sold over one hund- habit cemeteries. If they are decently pair of spectnolo88 within tho detd dead all over we tenderly lay them red last few weeks, and of courso wo away to lh deep or Ihe tomb, but If I hey to can sell tho best for tho least are deadplaneall enterprise outside of Ihe narrow their monoy. Our stook is tho largost yet persist Inofwalking own interests, and around, moving Hint was over brought to their drv bone, and ealtuitd hearts and and best Duck Duos. Hickman. coutolencts where real estate It ra.tnt to thrive with vigor, they are only Ilk Tho Oouriur has no nows drone beet In the way until they ar to the 1'aduoah, Hickman At Boullt-er- a atung lo death and dragged oultld the relatlte railroad additional to that printed hive of legitimate industry. Twenty real that aeerui lito men aro worth mora to a town aud week. The one conditio lait now loobitruol II. building la Ihe .tour- the cubllo generally, than a full round W Iru.l lh thousand of ueeles. material that ilea ing of Iho right landowner, alone the Hue will aot liber- - around Ilk rubbiah In a riling stream allr In Ibl matter, neighing lh adtjti. which I. aching and foaming to turn mllln tage. of III new railroad a. well a. direct and factorle. damage to luud, because If, by llliberallly, Wo aro soiling our romuniita they pretent the building of h. road, or cauie II to neek the MliiMirpl croiralitg at of Dress Goods, nud all kinds of tome ollior point, tho opportunity for a Whlto Goods, ho ulioup Unit you new railroad may neter ooour algaln will nrin-f- l hoiiii) gooil bargain by can erma the (tear In ml'"' 'bat (hi nut ciillinu. rlter clue where thin nl lllckntun or In The growth of sentiment in pt rail-roa.- la ly k, oe i. Nows from Oakton, niokman oonuty.isto tho effect that Brooks, tho supposod slayer of Utterbaok, has returned homo and denies the (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets, crime Ho was at bis homo when tho murder was committed, ho says, and told his wlfo that on account of tho threats ho had made with new STOCK, out and out. Flnfi, eryiiBh against Uttorback people would JUST OrENED, Given thorough instruction in English and Classical courses. ratr'ohage aMldlea.reaaonable. ho was tho murderer, aud conclude Trump, $20 00 per Session, in auvance. ho left homo until the affair quietNext Session opens MONDAY, Sept. 2nd,' 1889. ed down. CROCKETT & THOMAS. Adtlress, Wo clip tho above from the Standard of tho 30th. As to Ilrooks having returned and H. BUCHANAN, i'reif. C. BALTZEB, V, Prut. B. L. ALEXANDEB CatfA giving himself up to officers at Oakton, wo will atnto that it is aaft without tho least foundation. It is not very probnble that ho will 2 ever show up in these diirein's IIK'KSIAW, KY. again. Even if he should return and should succeed in proving that ho was somowhore else at the timo of nny tho shooting, it will bo hard to S50,000. make tho friends of Utterbaok that ho did not havo anything to do with tho murdor. Betng regularly organized and readv for bualneaa, we respectfully solicit the patronag of all. All colllections made for depositors free of chatge. Approved Clinton Graphic. mm Er o MwmUkwj BK1S for1 h?l?a' & THOMAS' SCHOOL Union City TozizXsi How Mi iff HICKMAN, Prepares Students for College. . KENTUCKY - Pa-duca- h KINGMAN & BOMAE. H1CKMAI BAIK. t ii CAPITAL, be-liev- o three cr four ascitis, discounted at Ihe paper ruanls rale of per vriit. prr annum. Hal re. Til Ilr.sr8u.VK In the world for Cut, limine, Korea, Ulccrx. Salt Rheum. Fever Sotea, Tetter, Chapped Hand.. Chilblain., y Coma, and all Hkin Krupllona, and C. BALTZEK. R. M. ALEXANPEIt. J. M. HEED. cures rilM, or ao pay roqalrad. It n. BUCHANAN. rv. u. JUIinau. la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, J. J. y, ALKXAKUKU. refunded. Price 5 centa per or money box. Fo'r sale by J. W. Cowgill, Drug-Kl'- tMwrktra-a .train (Qitirier x. job Offie i - i i.iwmi poll-livel- n.tunutl.u Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared 4 iWi f .ir tc? y. ld jyHMw J. AMnKlia'a SoN3 vertised. This timo it is a train robbery in tho outskirts of tho city. Two men wont through nlAnnnr , tnnlr tliA inaaAiinrAra'. val ..4 .,MU...W M.Wra uauics auu escaped. But 24,710 immigrants landed at Castlo Garden last month, as against 28,000 in July last year. Evory mouth this year has boon marked by a gradual decline in Europoan Immigration. A byndioatk ropreseutod chiefly by foreign capital is being formed in tho East to control tho cot ton manufactories of the country. Circulars havo beon sont out, nud it is said that already sulUciont capital has been subscribed to buy tho cotton industry of Amoricn. The Lnudordalo County Enter-prisreports that duriucr tho trial of a man for burning a neighbor's house, oua of the jurors asked his neighbor in a whisper what tho prisoner had been doing. "Arson," wtis tho reply. "Well," respondod this 111101111:011 dispenser of jus duo; "it mnn who would Commit arson ought to bo made to marry tho girl' Kansah City is again well ad- AUCTIOIT I 30th and TUK ST. COIl. CMSTOJi AND Buck Bros havo Watches ns cheap nB $2.00. AUGUST 31st- - Fresh Groceries. The tinJerstgned having purchased the groeery stock of P. K. Case, will continue buiineHj at the old aland, and propose, lo sell aa good goods, aud at aa low price, aa any. Will appreciate your trado. D 11. UHYANT. uly5 execute Job Work with neatness? i" ... and Heads, despatch.-Bil-l ! rKKXX' IILB CnKNBK, CUHIIKiaND ST o ATTENTIOiJVERYBODY! Will outnt AUCTION, to Having bought out the Clark Ilakery and Grocery, 1 will bo pleased lo leo all the highest bidder, on above dates, my old frlemU nnd cu.tomer-ta largo stock of Mens and Boys CaliCH. rrnHH Clothing, Hate, Boots and Shoes, A.lvivyH on I In ml! A;., a? Delivery "read Wagon will visit Ladies Cloaks, Rubber Suits for Men, Boys, Ladies and Girls, Tea you every day. jnlS-tIt. M. METItnNY. and Dinner Setts, tto. Entire stock will bo closed out in lots to suit the trade ono with tho privilege. Auction also at night. UP A8 A STRAY, by Jimea C. . lli-wml- a HIOIMAN, KY., close Letter Heads Note Heads'; ; Statenieiits W i f 17.nvnlitiA'. IJ1I I UlUUUSj Stray Notice. Mi Ticket BtisiriOss Cards1,' and wealthy old wan of Morgun county, Ind., who advertised for a young and protty wife, offering 85,000 to the successful applicant, is rocelvlug many answers to his proposition Uo is carefully considering eaoh application, but has yot made iro eeleotroir,- James MonoAN, tho eccontrio l'arllow, Urine In the town of Iliok-maFullon county, Ky., ONE llltOWN MULE, with while mouth nnd blind Iri one eye, with no other marks or brand, perceptible, about 13 hands high and supposed to be about I'J ytari old, and appraised at ?35 00. Ifud bill on when eatight. 0ten undfr my hand Ifila lbs filb day of Augmt, IBS'. , 0.8. WILSON, J. F. F.tV vig91w HICKMAN COURIER. SUBSO'BIBB FOK T'HB n ? . 'l ' ' - .! I ' r yvwwvMtrvvtMrtwwur.',ig.twwrnTniMBMPiwaM arw pwrnwrortumi .. , -- - tr..,- - Si". 'FfW' Mounla'n ChomiH'ak P w, - 1,1 i COMMON In SENSE Noorttul In Milking Propnrhtion for tho Noxt World, llnllitlmr l'l unit llnlnrBlnit of tlirfallnn"cliarala'r 1" Omxl Ill-rho aa In Knjnjr II.b llrrf alter Talma' tfrmoni e HnxiVljn, ,N. Y., preached nt I.Mng ston, M. T., last .Sunday, taking for Ills aiilijeet: "Outwitted liy tho World." llo , t. "The took for his text, .St. I.tike, n children of thin world aro In their "Iter tlinn thn children of llffht," and delivered tho following Rov. T. floWllt T.itmajro, I). ., of xl e: w t5- ?- ' n'j Tint In another way of saylnfr that ClirMUnn aro not so skillful In the ras- rilT.ilr ns . i..l..il.... .r..., Illruiitvin .if ttir.l.. ctilrllif.il uorliinnfrs nro hiuiiii in iw iiijimji-nie- nt of temporalities, I see all around mo people who arc alert, earnest,concen-trale- d and skillful In monetary matters, who In tho attain of tho noul aro inane. Inert. Tho great want of thU world In moro common sense In of tho matters of rellpion. If one-haskill and forcofiilness onplojed In financial attain wero employed In disseminating the truths ot Christ, and trying t makn the world lielter, within ten yparn tho last JujrRernaut would fall, tho lant throno of oppression upset, lh List Iniquity "tdmblc, nnd tho anthem that wan chanted over llethlehem on Chrlntmas nlcht would - echoed and from all nations and kindred and peo ple. "Glory to Hod In tho highest, nnd on earth peace, rood will to men." Somo years ao, on a train jfolnjf to an tho porter of ward tho South-won- t, was making up tho tho sleeping-ca- r lierths at tho etcnlnir tide, I saw a.min kncol down to pray. Worldly people In tho car looked on, an much an to nay: "What does thin mean?'' I suppose, tho most of thc people in tho car thought that man was either innano or that ho van a fanatic; but ho disturbed no ono when tio knelt, and ho disturbed no ono when ho nroso. In after convenation with him I found out that ho was a inombcr of a church in my own city. that ho wan a seafaring man, and that ho wan on his way to Jfcv Orleans to tako command of a vessel. nI thought then, an 1 think now, that ten sui-- im-i- i men with such courage for (!od as that man had would bring tho wholo city to Christ; a thousand such men would bring this whole land to (5od; ton thou sand such men. In a tthbrt time, would bring tho wholo earth Into tho Kingdom of Jesus. That ho wan successful In worldly attain, I found out. That ho wns xVNlful In spiritual nftairs, you aro If men had tho cour well persuaded. age, the pluck, the alertness, tho acumen, tho Industry, tho common senso In matters of tho soul that they havo In earthly matters, thin would bo a very different kind of world tollvo in. In the first place we want more common senso In tho building and conduct of churches. Tho Idea of adaptheness Is always paramount In any other kind of structure. If bankers meet together and they resoho upon putting up a bank, tho lnnk Is aadpted to banking purpoww; If a niannfarturlntr-cornpanput up a building it in to bo adapted to iii4iiufnct))rliig purposes; but adaptlvo-nes- s is .not always tho question In tho rearing of churches. In many of our churches wo want moro light, moro room.lmorQ ventilation, moro comfort. Vast .sums of monoaro expanded on ecclesiastical structures, and men sit down J in J thorn, and yon ask a roan how-hlike tho church. llo sayst "1 like laj-panl- s. lf !h y e every fiber of your body, In'orory faculty of your mind, In overy punlon of your soul, you aro frfs.man, and It is no room a matter if iroo choice whether you 'will go abroad or stay at homo than It Is this moment a matter ot froo cholco whothor you will accept Christ or reject hlrnT In all the army of banners thcro la1 not ono conscript. Men aro not to bo dragooned into Heaven. Among all tho tcnot thousandn of tho Lord's soldiery there Isnot ono man but will toll you: "I choono Christ; I wanted Him; I desired to bo in His service; I am not a conscript I ni a volunteer." Oh, that mon had tho same common senso in tho mat'en of religion that thoy havo lnv tho matters of the world tho samo concentration, the samo push, tho samo enthusiasm1 In tho one caso a secuhr enthu-s!a.iin the other, uconsocraui enthusiasm. Again I remark: Wo want rrore common senso in tho building up ind enlarging of our Christian ciar.v ter. Thero aro mon horo who hao k. frty yean been running tho Christum iare, and they havo not run a quarlcr of a tnllol No business man would bo w 1' ng to hao bin investments unaccumu1Uo- If you Invest a dollar you oxwet that dollar to eomo homo bringing lm'ucr dollar on Its back. jf What would you think of tf row who should invest S10.000 in mbnotiry Institution, then go oil ,for fle yean, mako no Inquiry In regard to the Investment, then eomo bacl5 stcpljp to 'tho cashier ot tho Institution ail say: "Have you kept hono 816.060 til.ty that - quesI lodged with you?' but Why, tions about Interest or dividend you would say: "That Is not Common sonsc." Nolthor Is It, but that Is the e way wo act In matters of the soul. makn a far more important inrcstmont than $10,000. Wo Invest our soulX Is It Aro wo growing in accumulative? graco? Aro we getting better??" Are we getting worse' (Sod declares many dividends but wo do not collect thorn, wo At not ask aliout them, we do noTwant them. Oh, that In this nutterot accumulation wo were as wise In tho matters of the soul as wo aro in thgniattors of tho world! How llttlo common sense In'tho road-Ingtho Scriptures! Wo getanyother IhkjV mid wc open It and we ayj?"'nw, what does this book mean to teacb me? It is a book on astronomy; it wlllteach mo astronomy. It Is a book on political economy: It will teach mo political economy " Taking up tho lllble, do wc ask ourselves what it means to teach? It means to do Just one thing: get tho world converted and get us all to Heaven. That Is what It prbpospYtodo. Hut Instead of that, wo go' Into the Illblo an botanistn to pick (lowers orwo go an pugilists to get something to'flght other Christians with, or wo go as logicians trying tosharpon our mental faculties for a better argument; and wo do not. liko this about tho lllble, and wo do notMlko that, and we do noillkottho other thing. What would you think of a iiVau lost on tho mountains? Mght has eomo down; ho can not'flnd'his way home, nnd ho sees a light in s mountain cabin; ho goes to it, ho knocks at tbo door; 1h m"'tn(nlneir comes'out and finds tho traveler and says: "Won, here 1 havo a lantern; you can tako It and it will guido you on tbo way homo;" and suppose that man should say: "I don't liko tthat lantern, I don't like tho handle ot it, there aro ten or fifteen things about It I don't like; if you can't givo mo a hotter lantern than that I won't havo any.'V Now God says this and n IMblo In. to b" a lamp to our lantern to our path, to guido us through tho midnight ot thbworld to tho gates of the celestial city. Wc tVs. hold of It in sharp criticism and dcpreclato this and dcpreclato that. Oh, how much wiser wo would bo If bylts holy light wo found onr way to o'ur everlasting home! Then w 6 do not r6ad tha JSil.la n w 6 read other books. Wo read it, perhaps, four or five minutes just before o retlro at night. Wo aro weary and sleepy, so somnolent wo hardly know hlch end of the book In up. W o drop our cyo perhaps on tho story ot Samson and tho foxes, or upon somo genealogical table, liiiiiortant in Its pi --co, hut stirring no jynntlnn than tli more rolljjlnii that somebody begat some body clso and ho begat somebody clso In stead of opening tho book and saying: "Now J must read for my Immortal life Involved In this My eternal destiny S Mary In her conversation with Christ lost her simplicity? or that I'aul, thundering, from Mam Hill, topk.tho pulpit. tnnn? Wht Is It PCOplA Can llOtftdlk ftS naturally in prayer 'meeting and on nubjectn as thoy do In worldly clroles? For no onotevrr succeeds In, any kind of Christian work unless ho works naturally. Wo want to imltato the I.ord .testis Christ, who plucked a poem from tho grans of tho flold. We all want to Imitate Hint who talkrtl vtlth farmers about the man who west forth to sow, and talked with tho fisherman about tho drawn net that brought In fishes of all sorts, and talked with tho aliout tho idler in tho vineyard, and talked with thoso newly nlllanced alnnit tho marrlago supper, and talked with tho man cramped in money matters ilwint tbo two debtors, nnd talked with tho woman aliout the yeast that leavened .tho wholo lunnyand talked with tho shepherd aliout tho lost sheep. Oh, wo might gather oven tho stars of the sky and twist them like in the garland ot Jesus. Wo must bring every thing to him thn wealth of language, tho tendernpsn of sentiment, tho delicacy ot morning dew, tho saffron of floating cloud, tticytanglcu surf of tho tossing sea; tho bursting thunder gunn'of tho storm n bombardment Yen, every star must point down to Him, overy hollotropo must breathe His pralso, ovoryyirontn tho Rummer shower must flasn Ills' j;lory, jail the vlno-drpssforget-me-nots .i(J- JEf n? though ft iliawl factory .wero good for every" thing but making shawls. Tho voice 01 mo preacner uasucs aam-i- i mu pillars., Hon ilt down under tho shadows of the Gothic arches and shiver, and fcql"fey must begetting religion or something clso, they feel so uncomfortable. Oh, my friends, wo want moro common-scnso'i- n tho rearing of churches. Thcro In no excuso for lack of light when tho heavens aro full of It, no excuse, for lack of fresh air when tho world swims Itoujht to bo an expression not only Of our spl'rlual happiness, but of our spiritual comfort when wc say; "Ilotjjtnilalilo aro thy tabernacles, oh Lonftiotl of hosts! A day In thy courts is hotter than n thousand." Again I remark; Wo want moro common senso fit obtaining religious hope. All .men understand that in order to Miccecd In worldly directions they must concentrate. They think on that one subject until their mind takes lire with All thoveloclty of their own thoughts. their aciitnon, all their strategy, all their wisdom, all their common sense they put In that ono direction, and they succeed. Hut how seldom It Is truo !u tho iii.titiiur uf M'i'kliig after (Jod. Wlillo no man expects to arcom pllsh any thing f for this .world cone. Jntrat Ion ami v.enthu-aimm- , without how mviy they nn expecting after awhile la get ir.to the kingdom of lied without tlio uo of any such means. A miller In ClUum!, man; iii'lu up a bparklo iiyii. of gold until it bewitched rations. Tons of thousandn of peoplo left their homes. They took their blankets and thelrplck-ax- e and their pistols, and went to tho wills of California. Cities sprang up scddrr.lyr.n th? raclfccoast Merchant? put nsldn their elegant apparel, and put on the miner's garb. All tho land was full of the talk about gold. Oold in tho eyes, gold In tho ears, gold in tho wako of ships, gold in the streets gold, gold, gold. Word comes to us that tho mountain fi)ll of bright have been digging llirre, nn I liato. brought up gold. nn.l amelliynl, and enrliiii"l, nnd it vefyVj!ll, but I ' raiv'thear." An fet lnltt took. IIo-.v llttlo wc use common r I goods:' ''i'ou ay:fiicnd mo by such ex press, or by such a steamer, or by such a rail train." Thodayarrhcs. You send your wagon to tho depot or to thowharf. hid goous uo not come, lou immedi ately telegraph: "What Is thu matter with thoso goods? Wo haven't received Send them right away. Wo them. want ihem now or . j?o don't want you And at nil." them keep writing and keep telegraphing, and sending waguu i'var juu to tho depot or to tho express otllco, or to tho wharf, until you get tho goods. In matters of rnllglonwo are not so wlso as that Wo ask certain things to to sent from Heaven. Wo do not know whether thnyroino ornotj Wo niay,gct theui and wo'piaV not geFthom. Instead of 7 o'clock Jin tho; morning saving: "Have I got thit blessing?" at 12 o'clock "nt saying' "JIby? I sot lp"SWn4imT4onyf f and.. rirjao- - 1 o'clock In tli evonliigiiayfwKt "Havo prasus, an I all tho precious stones lrecelvul uiat blessing" ana not getout of which tho walls woro bulldedj ting It, pleading, pleading befrglng, Word emnes of a man who, digging in begging asking, asklnz until you got Jnr onp.liptir. has brought up Now my brethren, is not that'eommon treasures worth moro than all tho stars sense? If j 011 ask a thing from Cod, that konp vigil over our sick and dying who has sworn by Mb eternal throno world. Is it n lwgus company that is that He will do that which wo ask, is formed? Is it undeveloped territory? it not common senso that wo should Oh, no, the story is true. Thcro aro watch and wait until wo got It? thousands (,f peoplo In thin audience Hut I remark again: Wc, want moro who would bo willing to rlsoand testify common senso In doin,f good. How that they havo discovered that' gold, many peoplo thero aro who want to do and han it in their possession. Not- good and yet aro dead faljurosl, OVhy Is withstanding all thin, what In tho It? They do not oxercUo the sahib tact, Ono would suppose that tho same ingenuity, the same stratagom, thn announcement would send peoplo in tho samo common senso work of great eM'ltement up and down our Christ that they do In wpruly things. streets, that at midnight men would Othernlso they would succeed in this knock at your door, asking how thoy direction as well as thoy succeed In tho may get those treasures. Instead of other. Thero aro many mon who havo thai, many uf us put our hands nn arrogant way with thorn, although hack our behind and walk up thoy may not feel arrogant. Or thoy and down in front of the mlno havo a patronizing way. They talk to of eternal i lilies and say; "Well, If I a man of the world In a manner which am to be sapd, I will bo saved; seems to say, "Don't you wish you and If I am to ho damned, I will lm were as good as I am? Why. I havo damned, and there is nothing to do to look clear down before I can see you, about it," Why, my brother, do you aro so much beneath'mo." That you not do that way (nlmsiness matters? manner always disgusts, always drives go to your men away from tho Kingdom of Jesus Why do you not store and sit down and fold your arms Christ Instead of bringing them In. and say:, "It tjieso goods aro to bo sold, When I was a lad I was one day In a vilthoy will In mi) J, and If they aie not to lage storo, and there was a largo group bo sold, they will not bo sold; thorn is of young men them full of rollicking nothing, for mo to do about It " No, you and fun. and a Ihrlstlan rna'n camo In, dispatch your agents, you print jour ad- and w Ithout any introduction of tho subvertisements, you adorn your show win- ject, and wlillo wer0 nJ great hilardows, jou push thoso goods, you iimi ity, ald to one of thorn: "Ooorgo, what tho Instrumentality. Oh, that men woro Intho first step of wisdom?" ' fleorgo an ulixj'lii the matter of the noul as looked up and said' "livery man'to mind thoorfl In thn n(a(ter of ijolhis and Ills own buslnoss." Well.,lf.twqs a rj ugh rents." Thin doctrine of floi's hoc7 jnnuor, but It was provokfidr llellglon had been hurled in there an clgnty, how it is mUquoted nnd spoken of aa though It were nil Ironchnln which though It wai u bombshell." Wo must bound Ut hand anil foot for llmu mid fin L adroit n tho presentation of rollglon fitfHltt vrhop, ie Uv (torn thut, iu W tk Yiurld, ye 94 lUPpasj tbM jt-.irki-e- u prayerl Wo say: "Oh, Lord, glvo mo this," and "Oh, Lord, glvo mo that," and "Oh, Lord, glvo mo something else," and wo do not expect to get It, or get ting It wo do not know wo have It Wo have no anxloty. aliout it Wo do not ., watch and wait for Its coming. As a merchant you telegraph or you write, to" some nthcr '.city for a bill of ne in wfW ii7 -- ?'1 that-niln- n iOhl t.y ipon tho agricultural intorosts nro rocognlzod by 1'alrnnaae. all as tho chlot cnusa ot this distress It will thnt tfurlnir nmon tho farmers. Increasing taxes, tho Prcshloritlnl campaign Inst yoar chlot nmong which Is" that which tho Honubllcan imrty mndo liberal usd comos liko a thlof In tho nlght uiiubr of Johrf Hull nf d . .. ......... X'lt.Tu... ruprusontcu' ns 1110 eovor of n fnlso thoory nnil prctonso, jotiiuia, nu;wv.i but which cuts Into tho farmer's controlling Infiuonco ovor tho Demo! pocket tt ovory turn nnd mulcts him orntlo mlmlnlstrntlon nnd ns nronnr. ruinously every tlno he makes n Inj to johblo up nil American indusot nny thing needful In housetries in tho event of tho of hold business. Tho onerous tariff Mr. Clovolnnd. Tho worklng-ino- n presspn upon thn farmer liko thoso exworo ropoittodly wnrnod against tho actions levied upon agriculture In schomoi of thu British inanufnoturers such misgoverned countries as Turto secure control of our trado nnd In- key, Kgypt and India, nnd which take dustries through tho ot overy thing from the cultivator of tho tho wicked Democrats. Forged toll except n bare living, which Is left Irom English nowspapors woro to him thnt he may continue to live circulated frcoly by Mr. Herbert nnd work nnd be taxed. nnd other nopublicun agents, Ono oxnmplo ot how tho fnrmor is to show thnt hnjrlund wns particularly taxed may bo glvon ns It comot to the Interested in tho sucooss of tho Domo-crntl- o knowledge of tho writer. A manuparty. Tho forgeries wofo ox- - facturer ot woolen goods In Scotland posed, but thoy wero circulated Ml tho ndvortlsod in nn Kngilsh farmers' sumo until election tiny. Tho party journal thnt ho would (ell his cloths which was to savo Amorlcnn working, nt retail to farmers or exchange theui men from tho clutches of JohnBtiir for wool. Tho wrlloi wrote for samregained powor, nnd now wo find thnt ples nnd prices of the good. Thoy tho llrltlsh manufacturer has n strong- woro of excellent qunlltyj Scotch er bold on American Industries -- than tweeds, cheviots and suoh cloths m ho ovor dreamod of before. 'English mako tho best clothing for fnrinors, cnpllnllsts aro buying; tip mills, fac- and woro of pure wool nnd froo from tories nnd furnncos nnd tho "pauper "shoddy," "mungo" and tho waste labor" wo nro wnrncil against Is bolng trash that Is so largely mixed with goods. Imported In largo quantities dcsnltot wool In ordinary homo-mad- o tree branches 01 tlicXqrost must thrum nil lavrs to the contrary. An Knpliah-ma- n Tho prices wero so low ns to astonish their music n tho grand maruh Which Is in nc6nfldentlnl poslllonttKe nn American purchaser; 60 cents, C2J shall cclobrftto'n.wotld redeemed. Now. all this bedmrk so, what In tho Whito llouso, ntid another representa- oonU, 75 cents nnd less than ono dolcommon senso thing for you and for mo tive ot John Hull Is to mako out tho lar a yard for tjjp best grades. For todo? What wo do I think will depend eleventh consul and report on tho con- fa & cloth for k full suit of such goods upon ,threo great facets? Tho first fnct dition nnd progress of American In. Ifit iosl f'.X) hero could bo purchased. that sin lias rumen us. 11 nan mnsicu duatry. Tho Amerlcnn markets aro uui un looKinir up 110 iisi 01 impuri body, mind and souL. Wo want fio lliblo fast passing into the hands of llrltlsh duties It Is found thnt our supposed to provo that wo nro sinners. Any man capitalists, and that vaunted palladium patornal Oovarnmont exacts a tax who In not willing to acknowledge him- of our liberties, tho snered tariff, upon these cloths of 50 cents xr self an imperfect and sinful being Is thoso foreigners to effect nn e.iy pound, and In addition thereto of 33 simply a fool and not to bo argued with conquest of our country. per cent nd vnlorem, thus increasing Wo all feol Ihatsln hasdinorganlicdou? Witll Knglishmon running our mills. tho cost moro than 100 por cent; on entire nntuto. That Is one fact. Iron works nnd other Industries, nnd tho cheapest of the goods It Is 170 per Anothcrfact In that Christ camo to ro. rant And this tax Is said to bo for construct, to restore, to revise, to correct, imported, laborers replacing American tho farmers' Interest nnd for working-mentho feelings of thoso their pro- to redeem. That Is a second fact ' TlU who allowed thomeiruS to bo do- - I..1IH. Is that tho only time wc art third fact 1ot us soo how this tax protects tho suro Christ will pardon us In tho present ccivod last year by tho most trans Now what Is tho common seno thing parent cheats, must bo of n ory un- farmer It in suppgjctl that tho Imfor tin to do In view of these three pleasant kind. Thoy rcoolved nmple port duty on foreign vrool makes up pro for this loss to tho farmors. In that tho facts? Yoti will all agree with 1110 to warning was tho woo! of v. blob H1030 goods larlff, calculated quit sin, tako Christ and tako him now tective In inado is worth 2'.' cents por pound JMipposo omo business man In whoso to leavo thom tho proy of syndi skill you had perfect confidence should cates nnd foreign speculators, who In Now York It is w orth SO cents. (Monday) morn- had only to plnco themselves under Supposing; tho dlffcrcnco Is tho incas-ur- o tell you that ing between 11 and U o'clock jou Its protection In ordor to floeco labor by tho of ndvnntago gained could by a certain financial transaction and to sccuro tho control of our mar-kot- Amorlcnn farmer, it benefits only S.,000, but that on Tucsdny permake That infallible panacea so elo thoso who grow wool, nnd overy other haps you might mako it but thero quently rccom mended to American, .(armor pays tho tax without even thin lie any posltlvenesn aliout would not working-me- n Inls Inst yoar turns out to bo smnll and questlonablo'boncfit. it, and on Wednesday there would Is only ono oxnmplo of hundreds Jcsn, 'nVprotecllvo tariff forBritlsh capital not lio so much, and Thursday ists, who nro enabled to koop out all which might bo mentioned, all ol Friday less, and so on less and lens when would you attend to tho mattor? competition uttarigilnlng control of which bear heavily upon tho farmers. Why, your common senso would dlctato: our inarKuis. la unu rcspuct inu No doubt ovory thoughtful farmer "Immediately I will attend to that mat- Republican organs nud orators were will bo nblo to glvo nn nnswor to tho ter between eleven and twcho o'clook right John Hull wanted our markets question just now so widely dis(Monday) morning, for then nnd wan prepared to bid high for cussed: Why nro ,fnrraors poor? if I can nuroly accomplish It but on Tuesthent. Hut It wns hardly to bo ex- - bo will turn his thoughts this way. day 1 may not, and on Wcdncnday tbers poctcd by tho most rabid protectionist N. Y. Times. is less prospect I will attend' to K to- that within four months .niter tho SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. morrow." Now let us bring our com- party warned tho country ngalnst tho mon sense In this matter ot religion. schemes of John Dull, 'nssumod tbo Tanner's llttlo schema of ro- Hero arc tho hopes of the Oospcl. ruins of Kovernniojtt. llrltlsh capital rnttng pensioners has mudo tho AdWo may get thorn now. Knnsas wo may get them and we may not Next should havo such n'foothold horo end ministration fool very sick. Jnr wn mir and'w'o mav not The pros British manufacturers should bo en City News. Undo Sam's four now baby pect less and less and less and less. , V joying tho benefits of our war tariff, W hen American working-me- n in overy girls nro said to bo doing flnnly. They branch ot Industry find thoir wages will doubtless grow rapidly and bo a j THE SAVING HABIT. reduced, or tho "pauper labor ot l.u- - credit to thoir sire, ni thoy will natan ropo ' taking A MoTPmnt That rromliet to Il tbolr places, taey nay urally Inherit u good constitution Rxctttenl laflutiirr. dependfrom tho old man. SL l'aul I'ionoer An experiment tiiat will be noticed with ronlize, pcrhnps. what little unusual Intorut gtrox promise of being' ence mny be placed on ItapuMc&n l'rosj. promises nnd assertions during u made in New York. A bill before tne Lfffl is tho nnmo polltoly laturo li designed to teacn children mo an l'rcsldontlal campaign. Albany (N. glvon to tho plan of reducing tho surot rnonoy and to help ot living small lanu Argus. plus pursued by Mr. Harrison's Tenthorn to form habits of economy tint will 1.) sion Commissioner. It would be moro boot use to them In afterlife. Aciordlng SUGAR TRUST. THE to the terms of the bill, tho teachers In the nccurnto to call It by n simpler name pnbllo CAhooU are authorized to receive deit Is thoft St Louis Kopubllc. Hrllero the Iople I, pupils The O.ilj- War posits of one cent or more from the to rut Migar an Hi Free I.I.U Insult" Is tho "An uncalled-fo- r each Monday morning until the sum Sugar raw nnd refined should go on way Orator Horr characterizes the reaches fifty cents, when It is deposited In a bank, and a bank book is furnished the tho froo list Tho tax paid last year tendor cf tho Consulship lo Valparaiso scholar. From that time on the boy cr girl directly Into tho Treasury nmountcd to him. There scorns .to bo n wide takes the savings to tho bank and the In ovor thrwfourth of tho actual discrepancy between Orator Dorr's esteacher is rellored ot all responsibility in The purposo of the plan Is to value of tho enormous quantity of timate of hlmsolf and other people's the matter. tort the pupil qn the road to economy and 2.5'.'1,0,J8,473 pounds (two thousand estimate ot him. Boston Herald. million then leave htm to work out the suggestion Qro hundred and twenty-on- e No President boforo Harrison himself, and It Is not altogether an expert, pounds). In addition to this tax a tho over an cynically disregarded combination of "Cnptnlns of Industry" It has been carried into practice- In.a. knovrrrnVthtfSugnrrusrlsniitsesT phodgos of hln party, broko his own promlson nnd ropartUnnlzod the pubnumber of school throughout the country. One ot the rooit successful efforts of the taking .tulvantagofof tho restrictions lic; sorvlco as has thd"pious M llnr-rl- n kind has been made In n night school in Imposed. OHiUils lq.irkct byjlhcarllj during thn four mnntha of his New Haven. Conn., where there are" soma laWs lo jbxta?t an cnorWfus dhiodnt In lnourabcncy. N. Y. World. 300 pupils. Beginning in 3sS7, there have prlratujnxnjlon fqr; thpljj'pwn Vflaeilfc ' ltoswell (I. Horr explains his been in all about IV) depositors with an sg- grogate savings amounting to ISJO, Tue I ho estimated net profits of tho re declination of tho Valparaiso Consul-at- o Infiner tariff ring Inst was, depositors elect their own oftlcera,-cardbo tableby "If I stead of books aroused, andfwhen a deposit" rhis'yenr) UieTrjobborj' will cloth, Isaying: bo dth-rag.- can't Fortu" won't reaches tlO ,t is placed in a regularly organuu iiiucu iieuriur. x 110 trust uinuuo nately, tho waiting throng of ized savings bi- Is duo to n decreased Upon the acquirement ear,ljr In life of the that tho ndvaoco Includes an ample number of savings habit depends In a wiye acorcrc "Uyiy"' rw sugarto J3itnml l"ws pittriob w ho tiro llgl eu fnalldtoiui. of the Individual .If the neces. of Kiipply nnd demand. It Is pot worth the success ttty ef faring U net 1notrn,d .vh'io to r.tguo en that pnlnt whllo a St Louis tho trbublo "I'.h(Fiul. ). Is Tanner Hut In early yontn, Its importance is apt to tie tax of s ot tbo vnluo of all ascertained In after years at tho expense of that ho has not sonso enough to koop sugar used In tho Amorlcnn innrkot Is Ills lootlrig within reasonable limits, neglected opportunities and unsuccessful rtTort. The habit is most neglected also paid by tho conf umcr. Such a tax so and this Illustration of tho outrageous among the very clus that needs It most lntct feres with the laws of supply nnd Those dependent upon dally wages" hare, demnnd tbal wlillo It oxlslFiris ab setfishnoss and dishonesty to which as a rule, very vague ideas on the saving surd to tnlk of high jirlco being duo to tho generous ponslon systam ot tho haytt, and the consequence is that a largo United States han boon proitltulod share of them go through life constantly natural causes. If with all sugar, re- must make nn impression thnt will not tumjiered by tb lack ui a ready dollar to, fined aud ran, 011 tho fiw. lilt, the. oltncou even by Tannor's roroornl. depend upon. Hoflnqrs' Trust can then control tho bo rhlladolphla Times. 'i ho Inculcation of the saving habit, it Is market, it will bo fnlr trndo and no believed, Vtll also go a' great way toward solving the labor problems. No man Is so robbery. Decline ot Shiep Husbandry. As n matter of fact no trust can long completely at tho mero, ot a hoartlrss em. In 1883 a Republican administration ployer as the man without a surplus dollar, control an open markot on nny staple nnil If he has a family he is i"o much the article. Abolish tho sugar tax and tho wns In power nnd tho protective tariff more dependent The man who has a bank refiners' ring will bo abolished wlthjt; was "In tho bands of its friends." account, no matter. If secured at the exadministration did Is the Tho Hopubllo is henrtily in favor of Tho Domocratlo pense of tho most rigid Novertholess, man most likely to be Independent in all his tho abolition ot both tho tax nnd tho not eomo In untl SK rotations In life. It Is the minor economics trust crcatod by tho tax. Tho Ilopub-Hcn- n tho Stnto ofllclnl reports show that which have to do with tho affairs ot everyparty Is urged by certain Repub In 1831 tho number of shoop In Ohio day life, concerning which there is such a to- pursue this course nru wan but 4.9C8.70I. n dccroiuo lu one lamentable Ignorance. It can best he dis- lican papers 1G2, 128. That loss could not sipated by teaching the young tho plain Hopub'.lcnn speakors havo frequently year ot nttneked tho tax as a trlbuto pnld to bo chargoablo to n "Uemocrntlc rules of economy vn applied to arcry-daUfa. iiiuih UcMiitfn art, far mum oHnctlve Louisiana. This is untrue, as the scheme for froo wool and roo wool than elaborate treatises on production, dia Louisiana iudustry is already virtually ens," nor to the constructions put uy ttlbutlon and coniatnptlon, which reach. ruined under tho tax, but even If tbo Domocrutlo Secretaries ot tho ironn- only a small minority 01 people, ami that, ury on tho menning 01 tno worteu too, at a time ot life when habits aro raroli IxmUlann planters wero highly cbangod, Mlnpcapolla Tribune, it would bo grossly unjust) to clause in tho tariff it cohstnfUton, by thq peoplo lo koop them so. Tho tarltf tho way, which, wiion made, strictly REMOVAL OF WARTS. question has nssumcQ a shnpo wtcro 'followod Ilopubllcnn prcccdontH. It fighi, if mudo at all, miut bo mtdo wan undor tho oxlstlng tnrlff, finmed Several Simple Viy In VMilrli It Can lie tho Acrniiipllthed. for Impartial justice It Is pTnlnly by llopubllcnns, construed by Itopub-Sensitive children nnd their elders era impossible, to scnlo down tho prcnt llcans. admlnlstorod by Ilopublleiiiis, sometimes annoyed to a conilderahlo UirlCf hbrhontally. Tho Qnly motiiod nnd tho losi In thai ono yunr wns moro by the presence ot theso troublo'omo by which roforin Is posslblo Is through than ilvo tlmos groutor than tho low little growths, A simple wart may bo easily following tho Introremoved In several w aj s. The commonost abolishing or rutting tho lax on one In tho two years and most tedious Is a dally application ot article nt a tlmo, nnd this Is the tlmo duction of "tho DomoorntlO' schema the strongest glacial acctio ac'd for one for sugar. for froo wool" That Is something week, and at tho end ot this time tho wart farmers to Tho Republican party has control 6f 'for tho Olilo will bo found to be so eaten out that It can both houses think about Clovolnnd l'lnin Uoalor. nnd tho nsually be pulled out, and If taken entire It will bo obliged to bbow Its will not grow again It Is well to .apply n, little glyoerine to the skin around tho wait rotations to tho sugar truit which now' f The Colored Brother's Reward. whl'e using the acid to prevent blistering. "has Its lingors in ovurv siiffar Imwi i.. President Hnrrlson has certainly dono Another common and perfectly successful thoIaniL" Without OovcrnmontnhiUt-nncAlo nothing to oncourngo tho durkoy. method li to pierce tbo wart in the renter nnd connlvanco, tho trust could though tho colored voto wont solidly with the point of a large Uarulng-neiuie- , g not practice this extortion. Tho tix for him in tho Northern Stutos ho litis nnd bold the eye ot the needle with metal In tbo gas or lamplight The should ho abollshod outright i'ut nil ropoatodly glvon tho col0r6d deleganeedle gradually become red.hot aud bums grades of sugar on tho froo list, and tions to understand thnt it wns hardly into tho wart, causing but slight pain An if tho trust can sdrvlvo by a fair trado worth whllo for thorn to apply. Tho soon as It Is very painful remove It and pull out the wart, which will come out In an oiun market, let it sunlvo. St colored gontlcman's contribution litis easily ent ro, leaving n hollow where It has Louis Hopublla boon accepted, but Editor Ilnrrlton besu. Hind up tbo band tn vaseline or doos not publish It or pay or It In glycerine, and in a day or two all signs ot WHY FARMERS ARE POOR. fact ho doos worso. Ho treats the the wound save a slight depression will be A ruiiillllon of Thing lne u OnprrMlra nogro pretty much as a co tntn odttor profusely gone. If the wound bleeds stanch tho blood with a tittle Hut before did a patron who wanted it pjiff for binding Itup-- N. V. Trlbuno. Why urb farmers poor? This ques- his storo. "WJiy didn't tion Is oxcltlng much discussion In the you publish tho notlco I gave yon?" Tin tendenoy of life Is to make u spoclnl ogrlcultilrnl Journals. It scorns asked tho Indignant patron, "Didn't grovel, our better natures being overcome to bo ngreod that farmers aro popp, IP" tho editor, "No, sir, It by the oarthlness that encomposacs them. For tub reason thero is constant need ot and nil tho communications published wasn't published nt all." "Did you noble thoughts, lofty aspirations and de. that aro wiltton by leading fnriners wrlto on ono sldo of tho paper onlyP" votlon to good works. To think of the nil over tho Statoi and Turrltorlos "Certainly.'' "Thou I guuss I must things that are true, honorable, righteous, unite In this lulmUsirni, Thu havo published tho wrong side of tho lovely and of good report, Is absolutely for tho piov ailing pnvvrty nmong half manusoilpt," replied tho editor. In necessary. If we are to escapo degradation tho population Is not ho much c.11100 obtaining recognition from tho United Presbyterian. nf dtipulo on might ho oxpctod. Sambo hns eet'lnlnly KxAcTxritln little duties Is a wendtrfttl HurJsns that full unequally and that drum a blank. -- Ttxni Sifting louist tf f MititulniH.-l'ib- Ui How JOHN BULL'S INFLUENCE, It Is Maklnc lUotr Felt Under n. llo liko nn Incubus THE ROCK ISLAND'S POSITION. Central Manager St John's Iterd t the Statement ot Alton Officials. ITrom the Cblcuo Ttmss.) pur-chns- o Had-utyiT- o, 1 os Fn-gla- s. Oeneral Manager PtVohn.of tho rMcaffo, Ttook Island & Pscltlo road, 'authorises ths following statement In reply to assertions reoently made by Vice 1'reildent J U. MoMulllnot the Chicago A Alton In a published Interview! "Mr, McMulllii, In a recontpubllshed Inter, tlew, has clearly deAned tho present pol-tlo- n and poller ot Uis Alton road. It Is to 'Instit on through rates being made on a basis that will glvo to it a fair share ot the trafllo which goes to and comes from polnta west ol Ksnaii City. He illustrates his meaning by citing a shipment of live stock from lojieka on the ltock Islsud road through Kansas City to Chicago, t'pon such a shipment the tariffs of all the lines as heretofore adjusted provided for a through rata somewhat less than ths sum ot two locals, this practice was In accordance with well recognised prinns unlversallj d ciples ot carriers, asd his been srrrcred br the Interstate commerce comnilsilon, w'hlch In a recent case used the following languAica, 'As thtoimh rates are made or tho American system ot roads, agreed percentages ot the total rate, considerably less In auiuunl than the local rate of ruadaiecelr-In- g suoh iiercentages, are usually a leading feature, and tt It eminently proper us a general rule that this should he so. Commerce and trade require It and competition compel It Kuch rates, when ina. sonahly and fairly adjusted to local but! nesa, ore greatlr favored tn the law, be. causa thoy furnish cheapened rates and greater facilities to the public, whllo at the same time they give Increased employment ami earnings to a larger number ot carriers.' "In the rates an adjusted heretoforo upon trafllo from points In Kansas, Indian Terrltorj, Texas, eta, throueh Kansas City to Chicago, the difference between the sums ot the locals and the through rates a an entirely reasonable difference, and the tsrltta In question were precisely upon the line ot the leioliilton which Mr. MoMullIn quotes approvlUKty, Notwithstanding this, ho saya that he pro-oc to vet what he calls a 'fair sham of he tarltf' hy reduclui the local rate from Jianiuu CI I j to Chicago to the amount ot the protivrtlonate rats between thera point charged by the Hock Island on the IhroiiKh shipment "Thl Ptn(mnt is certainly candid. Ills lino has no extension west of Kansas Cltr. 1 he ltock Island has. lie proi to make the latter divide with him traftlo which originate upon the extension thattt has fumUhed means to construct and thl he lll do by rediiclmr the establlihed rata from Kansas City to Chicago. 1 hit declaration follows hit announcement at the commencement ot the same lutcrtleir that the Alum ln nitt ent any rals, Knnlv fMji.'- -' v ben neceasarr to meet cut rate "of other roads.' et the Alton has Just forced a largn reduction In all rate on live stock and product from Kansas City to Chicago In wrllh tlm painty bIiovm lsle(t n th "Naturallv ndlti!thl Uczz r.itiAt Ctty to the dlvltlon of the through rale charged Uon the lines where the thlrnnents ortglnsto those line mutt meet the reduction In the local and at the tame time reduce their through rat oorrrnpoiidliurly. This I neccMtrr for their preservation, they will not think that they ran reasonably Im asked to 'cut their llnet In two for the hcneflt of the Alton, nor can the latter Justlr expect them to surrender traina which they have constructed long llnet of road to secure. Thli 'ten will apparsntly Involve a new-- reduction by the Alton to th level of tho now proporttonat and the process will be related until ail the Hue ore domr buslnex at a loas and omrbody surrender "Ih aiaoclaUon hst nodenlre to punish I be Alton for Its withdrawal nor for any thing alte. Action necessary for the protection ot Its llnr against the Alton's raid will probably be taken, however." g Dellglilful Outings. Top and Ocean Yave, The and Ohio llouto announces lueted limited excursions to 1 urHprlngs, Natural llrldgoand Till toptrmrtrtssrlvts off tt Whllo B Old I'oiu' tomfort for August Ttls and n.lr.irt alck hetdacht. lib. 1W not typical crowded all huniora. Tbonfiind Im1I rVptcrolwr stress nis.estl.tj- excursiiins, but ideal plcasurotours through if hrtlth st Mior. t l liS't piciurcsouo America, nucro tho heart Vnatiiiinu btivclal wilt leavo Cincinnati nt litd ro ambllUn to Sit5 a m , reach Whlto Hulphur tho Ilrst 1... "in horn t Mns. ; night, a nil nrioga 1110 accona, nnu iiu fMl Ilk a ntw Point 11 'hird, allowing nmple tlmo for I.0..I and carriage drivo about tight set ito. Hound trip tickets, JJIWl, Inciiid ng I'd eajiensrs on going trip. Tlio descrlpl e mailer will Ihicresljdu Cull Summtr Weakness !. ;-r- i li ' Hoed '""nd a tUMta-..Ml- l' rreini' wors. t"" . . ! sica " . S.. lW"W;XilolU sMbrsllrtr-u(- a, Sf t,',! IIWU I it-- A. a Tvsksb, "sraspsrltls. .LCiil Walnuts Ocnerai 1 .'cm;wAi:ct, 1 or whiten W i II riu.r.o, Cincinnati, OhU torY nfthaad Hood's Sarsapanlla' "' tttiljfitrjs. 100 Doaee Ono Dollar CO, Apetheearies. 'j,r'Maa It prao-tlec- live-stoc- k os Iructlvo cnrrnlctnf IK- - Wntrtn Tunic chinch bugs, aro subject tilts fanner ' year t ) i flisrasd resehlbllng chctsra. l UC.,lw In tlPSt trnying Jhem WllM'n rapidly in Aril Adorr-tortulUef.cr you will suitor all the irldent ton prolonged hiliousnt J I ATMS t.uk l stlpatiun, headaches, ilvis' a, I'ur the lloiiiid Trip, furntl ' iiue, sour breath, pain In tho right .VIA iduioutsh Jou til lioUccL side. organ at onco Wi h pllno ti Iron Mountain Route, Rtouiach lllticrs nnd exinxt llostnlu prompt U.f. Mnlarln, rbcuiiiatlsin, kidney "! Tsnat com pis nervrtushtss -- nd debility nro Ti Vt rntale AvVnnans. "till, llnnsus intH N.l.r...l.M, Incl tllh ssi thurvuKl- - rvilcvcd by tho Hitters. a Mil.,Jo.i'Wi Ml.. TnliirDMM' V'm'U PrWlla-- a. Btop-o- r vlth Ample mhup Hroos is can boast of having tbelarRCtt biead I ery In tho im rid. It turns out COME EARLY FOR FIRST CHOICE. 70.CXW I. j 1 ot bread a ildy nn an average. rar.i.iiu.. rB.M.i. irtrK, uiiwu tvi- -. . i innsu.li, nut a inn. T irnslaamtnlenur lown 4 TKkal nl, St Lout, Ma, HPIW wue, tt Mil be later? M nn rr ht il.irsikk (re. lot Itf ht GOLD Mr.DAh, PAUlt), 1B78. H.arrmh1r Ittir e ir (ilvll I . Ju.l the IbliK.nUk in ctlnf IS. blend taui If. Y. II Kliabtitiirnd. aitinalhlnsele iibelajumllclrr i because having taken S)r I'lercc t tlolden I) Medical Discovery to tUennso his svsiein, tnnettti s and curie1! thn blend, and find ng J ahtointclH ur nnil that It a ways pro.lu.-cIhodesuril result, II I ho considers that lie would Ih) fnoiith to ex iVb terlti cnt with nn thing rlso Hln motto Is, r ui0 In Hi fv; 'I'rov i all tilings and bold fast to thai YihlcMs vtxxro Tiist'a why ho plnn bis III ' H ill M.S7) OM kM JL t11 l Ditoovcrj-.faith tolhu"Oodeii Bienta for Dr B.ii's WitKtso odvcrlit. tk l II drfUWw. 4nIMlltf. CatarrU llcaioily aio thu thousands 11 h.s culvd, -l u4mUVj 44t4 M M t4 lorfsl U blT4aV Mas JUii'OAU 0 llostsTs, who Is often hU lif Jr"rrsHr?rjwlicrcv pointed tu' es the most tleairablo iart among fash vitliU widows, has a lifo W.DAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mas HARVEST EXCURSIONS. ItATF n : 1 i.i jjr. ij.vunit jt cos s CheijtfralH (1 a- " ill M 1- m .O1I.UW. Alts you ' usyl Aro yon makinr c.neyf If S.V at., I ,. tt .rtl nM fi.rtlll.al.l llr.t. rxs not, th ti our adr-at yuu w nto at onro I . II. T Jotinvm & Ci, 1HO Main HL, Itieli iioud. Vs. r.n-sh.uv jou o M . w,,tE Woven Wire Fencing MiwsvVVIre RopoSolvogo HWB Ml VIlLVr 4VRHIJ AT UH M M,.,t.4 17 11 W . 3 t lu;ti h-- l1 lnl4a law. Id Tits Prlneo af Walea has un-!a- t. brothers In ' 4 mLilii. M nf nheiri aud . .V live-sto- Illl torstses, dlulness, nausea, headache, are relieved by small doses ot Carter' . to of (llcnn 3SMwar. over ten hoars a day ia California. Ilir lUn.angrVeruptlMyMd to the action Wo vis and children are now not allowed Sq itvritt-vO-t1 i KVSsKaVrSOPslfcitrV nnn Tn n dpb onn. tI !!; Wrtntsr v r o MH W TrVTjtijWrTc;-N-r- - warttt 1 1 w KMifitim il 3 t fr V l it l I UtiMlL ft Hulphur (snip. Uill's Hair and WuuUer Ujo. SO cents. of the I rat.' Tncitrls a graved fgrrs' assembly Knlghupf Laix s rjAcoBspi THADC MARK I i rrnlr.Tt Ifst1r-Mt"f tt aa.1 li ?. ratio- sC'SJrria.. .!. r 14 kialNM . wSvafcj' r(a OFl lft UINCIUHION, 'JO.'.ti sl llll,IMJIIU,1il, 1. i . 4a a tats 1st V i h a I JtSlW PAYS nTHE FREtCHT: new T JONES IIP. trsiat nrtsi SMthst m "Ro-ratln- iiii-i- t s r ofllce-scoko- rs Tus HulUn of Zaoilbar has a German y nlfe, and by a slatutar coincidence obtains valuable concessions from bl Majesty's Oorernraent denied toother powers. two Hundred and Ulglity Year of n fiireuieuU In 1CO0, after travertin tho Hudson Hirer from It mouth to Albany, and carefully noting tho craudeur and bnaulv on either side of this magnificent highway of naiuro, iirouncw iiu.isjn wrota mete words: "It la at beaatlfal lto4 ta one can trtt J apoa." Two hundred and eighty years have Increated tho beauty of the grest river called by his name, ana cou.d ho ro to the scenes of hit manhood, bo turn would find many morn lovoy sight than thoso upon which hi eye reted In tho early part ot tho seventeenth century. The natural beauties ot the Hudson aro much tho same, and no description can cxaggorato them; but the asgnttlcent steamers that ply between 'ew York and Albany, tho Innumerable sailing craft that dot the surface of tbo mighty river, the) nevereodlng clutters ot csnal boats that aro being towed up anil down, tho beautiful villas that tine encounters at monument. cverr turn, tho perpetuating heroic deeds, that wa find here and there along tho banks of this noblest river ot tho continent odd an endtets variety to tho scenery, and a resistless iharm to tho eye of the traveler. Ilia Kow York Central and Hudson River Hailroad runs aloni? the bankof tl.e Hudton river the entire distance between New York and Albany, and is the great Trunk Line that connect tho metropolis of tho Western world with ilia famous health and picasu.ro resort ot Central, Northern and Western New York, Including in Us list tho Calsku Mountains, Haratoga, Lake (leorge, Hbarcn and itlrhtletd Mpringt, Ijike Ontario, tho JJcrkthiro Hills. Niagara Kails, tho Thou-san- d Islands, La.oL'hamplalu.thelUvertit Lawrence, and hundreds of others, Tho New York Central is a part ot the great national highway across tbo contl ncnt and for tho beauty of Its arcnery, the number and Importance of tho cities throagh which It passes, it almost total lack of grades and curves, this great railway Is unsurpassed In Kuruno or Amer" tier-manly four-trac- Obatobs IT CONQUEnS luntrra tna eorr M.'t S Cur nit abu PHI vr5TH. (.til IIoum- - tt . . PJVXXsT. Sprains, lir.AnCII IllUISrjJ, ' I TtKlJt.tl.tllA, UATISHf TocUntlf, rtt r w rtroi rft tau . tt rll-- iiitii Usr.vt(i:uiri-a- .romu.wnnnM ins lilla" 'llnaf hnW.l .mi nu rii, mim "'i r a- -j .ifMli.k, ji.h, ,- -. 6etallcs,LanifaisD. Barns ond ScaitSv Al nrUKTlalt aud Itoalert. TKf CHalUS A. VOClttl CO, BiR-- srs. -- t"lf?UC.fC l Bit Alt SOLDIERS, i i ll4l(liM1StlMttlt.,l TUU tllsUI Uf,l',l Ti'tt's Pills nPiM,..?T?.GURE ter-i- h The .t.f.ll-- . the dchllllalrd, tt lirlll-r- r Prs paws, llrr4olre. frum rirru i,r stnrUlaa r mind or rlurtCI n.,M. is.win f.rFtrne'MIHaa. .. iit.t 9 alilnur eapoturo I n. a an omnia f tmtmu. a rfc, jaih.a aaiit tia rart-Sttnrrktll. OS-- ALtO rata tKl W.t.MqtlHoJ1.rV it III Dud rill the most crnlal CrAI rrslorallte rvcr utIVlr.V thn illlrrlns ,r.al vsi llMalld. t b-- dr, Malarial Regions, 1tt' A 'e',lTl" u rara,pa lt.-bi- ncrar.audM rltrrrltjl mind Try Tliom Fairly. nlsurnua l.ody. pure blood, alrang si,i r.vi:uYviii:m- TO 111 hducational. u,ral4ll a rrtull. lllll L'SlilVCOl K a ' a II raliTarmle. IS. 11iwa. HALF RATES ThE r ira a Tia-- rufCATKix at f llllll'. fnrrlrriil.il nLlirta CLiniC'HtOl.l.lfilU l.sir. Pi. iiuiisr-- Farming Regions WEST, SOUTHWEST, NORTHWEST, I it wrtlrNra fall ra yosr ' irtrt r ot Htf-K I' I.S. u . 1 Ml. U B. l U. --- 25,000 v. . a. S AallSUrrlalff-llff'aJ i,U.a. i i inMISSOURI - i " .n -7i kU niirii I r.aitiiuririaMiiNM. HURIIRY CO., f SALESMEN '-- - and I k riu.r tTDIIITC rrtUI I O. N -- I . h r n. it r. ' Sntat ' ( Jir in. r.r.aiai -u. tiu.airti. war,t rdiMa hm- . .llbaLalraaU I tl.llf"t l" " 'r i ( a J3 T m p. la iwrt. ii a , r. ag iii. r" Mrr4 " " '"Til"' oil' '' M am uiaraaraa,a. i" aastLCTt ri.iMnt. fiitAmrATittt iimi DARTLETT'3 COLLEGE, ,., 'i'.-ui- YOUNG MEN at In a. - r a ' S i. if.ll . !'. .N IC Mtir.M LOUISIANA, MO. rar". lal K 1251 xauiTinu in atinTiriis fir.iau 4tarlUHMt la tlU Ikaa a aaw IS ica. BRYANT J:mi XrriWni;, & STRATTON Business College B Globo-Demuur- el-n- r'y three-fourth- -- Tub Prlr.cs of ales has purchased a new uniform, hi eightieth Each new costume of military character that be buys ls him about tlio. Ho therefor owns about f X, 000 worth ot uniforms. Ali. who tio Dobbins Electrlo Boap pralso it as tbo mcxt rcenomfrat family soap made; but If you will try It onro It will tell a still stronger tain of It m.rlU H"f MeoMtryit Vour grocer will supply yon. YV Vtl l,iaf JOSEPH H. HUNTERS llritcfvr JM.f, V l..riNC, lfi Mrl ;nJllTrlrVr.tph..t La Sl10Vfll C? j&itttfr (V V r Ia VaUlatlwa. IM MOTl.lt.Uy. drta . Klsmerc" Pi IX from indigestion, dyspepsia and too hearty eating, is relieved at onro by taking ono of Carter's Little Liver fills Immediately after dluuer. Duii'l forgot this. Tna fuel supply Of Ul9 r"ern" ! "T- haustcd along tbo line of the Central l'aclfle railroad. r afflicted with Bora I'.ycs uso Dr. Isaac Thompson's Kyu Water. Druggists sell It o Apache Coujitt, tn Arizona, Is larger than the Hute of Massachusetts, jet it has not a slnglo doctor within its borders. Out amokora prefor Tansill's Punch" Be Miss Akxolc, sister of Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Is the original of Rosa In "Ilobert I i! jy jsx- -I yp--r- k -- fes" sy Hif "ydP EE7 l. - y C,'- -r p iccst 10 ccntor. ontt , .Lr i -k- THE MAItKET8. ClSCINHATt LIVr.flTOCIC-Ctt!e-Comm- i.noica uuicnar., IIOUH Uoinmon flood packers. Blllllil' Good to choice I.AMIIH Uood to choice. 1 MOSS) b) 10 i 1 Aug, 0. -i , 4 8 S UM i da 1 1 LUSTRATE! Tor Jtilmtlalns;, for ro.lrra, (snla, mil.llfa.1i, lloola, or aa Lubcllliltmrtl fw """" -- 7.. l'LOUIl aHAIN-Whcul-N- o.ll K4mlly..... .... rod. No. HAY 'rn Ojtt Hie-- S No. 3 mliitd No. 3 inliDd...- -. ... Kd... ... tl 0 .J fits 3 ao 341 77 Ti 4. rOv m.i& IF YOU REQUIRE THE MOST RELIABLE, a St) it CU It3 , DEST FINISHED 3V( No. 'lUilACro-Modlu- I'rlmo to cboloo ui leaf tlocid Iraf , .. Bil t.. ...... ..... 1J 51 l'IlOVI3ION-rork-Meaa..,U- li) C 10 m (t 41 uini innin ftism (a 1 For Any Purpose! forrrlf-- a Order of na.or-r- tl nl Hperlwen limit Wn ran not tail o.ii.nroi Jar.harloK an r v li ffiUr shoop-ralsln- g l,aM nUTTIIH-Cuol- Prcnl-dono- y. Trims to choice creamery... At'l'I.llS -- Trliiin, per litil..... IWA'ltJKa-Ne- w FfAtllt-ntalea- eo I'rlmo steam , dairy nd Whoit-No- llllAlN rOIIIC-Noir- .. No.S rod Corn No. I mixed, now u.ui Jiued mttt per bbl NKW YOItlC. Weatern .3 rod I 1 1J is (XJ 10 11 h 0 M 1 UK it U) U IK1 111 ijs'4- rS-t-- rTj-s-r- i 3) n fa 43 si 41 ' 'A Inexltaustiblo Yariety j ,.,, 11 C vo 19 a tome-thin- I.AItlJ-tV.H- ora ri.Otllt-WUconaUltAIN-Vlicat- nter red...... Uo.i Chtoaco Hprlng. lnw -No Btosm. , ClltCJAaO. ts nil to unto OUS COTS! Humorous Cuts! We Ilaye Hondreds of Columns 4 it a tn til 7714 U Wi (CIO CI Corn No. , Oats No. s POUIC-M- iiti U- tt (i TV M LAII- Stosin (JICAIN roitit-Mn.oim-rsm- iir . ................... HAI.TIMOIIK. 10 61 0M 3 it 0 ti'i ni '4 44 ol Those, ,Jllf,, SOrala dry-goo- Wheat. No. I Corn lluud, ...-y.- .., ().it Mlitd , nt LAUDCA'TI - ItullnrJ noan.,.., ..,.. Corn OjU-Mliud 7; ,.,., ,, ei si CT1U1' .. lltiJ 3 71 a a (s Hour of Ihun In Pomplel Srl,lhtellir t ! any 11.111 ar a bamaroua u uiVS IHmtr. Cllltecllucullua. !.,, iinifr " IVtlla .in 0tl M UK II) ft 4 ( INDIANAl'Of.lft, OltAIN-Wh- ent No Mlsed .. A ......... , f.OUISVII,M'. No. tred.. ...,,. red ........ ... a n Q 30 u VI frti&liryA"'" mAEFr1 &r.?iiX;tZx3 p -- ziST& n rr fjrnr -- in JOB WOKK, l..t,1111.. i. fl !.lni.il . rC?vlJwjr KjLrTK.17 ' 'S-- rrirmtn ulvon ' ompt anj catena iioiiod. Ail.l.a.. .11 ..!.,. tnr Cti Rnrlnina f f rm. . s2!3jtS ictitra ut Inqulrr as lu eatluiuon work, ouoft dealrcd Infornialloo.lo I '"." inr or :.":."" Ol Airrrfliiiini. - ailAIN-Whc- riXltltlat, No. I s) (111)1 .Mi 87 11 rim it LAllU-Hlt- Corn Mlsod Data Mlsed Meat . mn SMI M ... .. mttrn 4t ( (ft (ft 7o't siw- - The A. tit II ti B10 WAINUT N. CT , Kellogg Newspaper Co., IOVIS. UO. ClIVfkANO, OHIO. IT SS Ufa itiiM 3G3 & 370 DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. ST. Tt OrtTASO sis wisr srn r kanssi oitt, S1NIIT, ma. t OlNClNNAri, IMia S. 110 SLM tt, 0 JtffJaiOrl 0T MIMPHIS, ItVt 10 so sast stm it., sr, paws. M fi T), ,t, tiiMiixSwMl--- " rv..-ii- rif'HBfclW-----r--- s "T" r t , lL . '" jjS&0Y'"Jm''Tm0'9?" .... ' ,r.r . -- i tsi-- mn ,i ,rn " " r mi.,, - "r-- ' "-- " -- . 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