You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 hic1889082301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'xr. amt4&kMs' sA, m& ubatwnLVK "THE HICKMAN COURIER. F t GEORGE OfT.ce-JacV- .ion i XPubl'lthiriEvtry Friday by' W AllREN IV MSckmn, Kopmcky. Ftreet, next door to O.ty Hall, s ' WARREN, Editor. THE HICKMAN COTTRI TIIE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. fa1 ,,4 IM 'lHV v- 'V - FINE JOB PRINTING KXKCUXICD HUH NEATHESS AND DISPATCH. SALEBIILS, ENVELOPES, LETTEH HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC CEORCE irlcopl!.SiibscrIittloii,$150 y '; CUnnENT Topjcs., The muitacb always get MUp. woWtcniTA, Kax., ha men's oluba. Thk guava crop In Florida thl year w,Jl bo immense. , f . of uallvos UTAir'haj n colony win of tho Hawaiian Islands. 0CAli Wi1.hr wear's a flannel alilrt embroidered jylth fiojmrs, A Tnrjtc Vra cut dovfn aborting, forty-tw- o ?KSl 'AJ y , IS H Ky 185 9. NOTED LIFE-BNDED- HICKMAN, FULTON COUOTY, KKNTUUKY. lWIDAY. AUGUST 23, a MOTHER'S IGNOMiNOE Little-fwl. 1889. SXX1V. klichman . -- NO. 46. or Mind Mvei CALL AND SEE US. it- -r Into th Judgo Torry, of Cali fornia Slain , nt a TntUt Elatk. JI...I..1. Afltr Ho Had Mapp.. Tlie ol V. SV JiTttlce po-so- rr " """" Ktmnrc is now agitating tbo question whothor to remoncllto silver. An lmmcnnn deposit ot mineral soap has bflcnlouncLnoaMlanIJlPCor- -" r MlLl.lt Honfv and John Viwcot worn marrleilln Cdnolnnjtll.a lot Maya ngo.y 8io-fe wtV . Pax II California and the aUrB.rcinipijt wtratlarUeU brxtwi from l.sUircp. Cal.folWdSulh bj talnl shot la thojirnfu nJ 'Juie' I)ltUH. Trrry, Kx Chief Juillcn n; Vllfornlu. and probsbly the mot notrJ mn In sis 'fctlonof the country, Thn nUytr v Ht,tr fnltfJ Btitu Mi hl Ksjtlr. sitil the torrumilsnces which led up ly the kllllnj ore It'tUtlnir In tbacxlrems, - ytrfjr Trrry nal taiYatUn.tot.thffpUtatlil In tho rclrbrStcu ts.eof Khon Hharon, form-crKnAXCl Aug. hrof preint court, mt lens literary man by Inheritance si.d habit. Incc tendtrtd aeeUlm ilni Mrs. Terr wb Piuxckbs Loi'isk'h wedding Jewelry ws loVincaicil ! lli alono was estimated aa worth 200,000. r .ill! r AuAttt leltl'i fnn RoimiKHX.CalltBrnU U (1 curing .on a nrtVtyif''' epiilwl to nmwjjuvp ofiS.oeo.woJpcliudtTlbia apb- u s irmpiea lo Kl IrFoPV IHf nirruTrjiio insciiuri son.'V "T .irrevWWr'Mil suit rmt A 1 JUSTICE ritLD. hi. pr. G'.iUd tilotp. I has a glrlbarbcr, XditnoN four years XUrhl KrsK4 tlnrcupon ruacd In smt old, who sbftvos flvo men In thirty mln utcd . vlolenci in jite roonldcrsbls Phmihext Pauxot, of Franco. Is a mL HttAKhf Afc JuVb(rthn J of t I'lrM, United Htstn Hu lllll. ;': Ka U' 1 A woman debt The Tiir-elly held four pi her nolghlor' at Trenton, i soliedand children for vsluo pi tbo Cblubtbla rjrer salmon catnh for thla aoiuuin U estimated at t3.10O.O0O ,,.' .. - of Reflln Is far ahead of Un don In telephonic, progress, there being 10,000 subscribers. A COUl'AJIY la aboutto rriggo In thomanufaoturri.of.U-iuglni- ; m , s,,; ruflinjlrrrril toiwren f'l QtOt SlSjustlrf VleU .no enlencrd thrin. the JudcrlvtU month, fur fmm rsrrylnf ei t hrr Inten-tlon- . rams promptly Judeo Terry lo the rticue of hi. wife, knocklr.f ih mstthal 1'iwn, ,fi trim (a bic the to mum twlc Unllo upon SQk the minion ol the law but (. trrclhrr with Mrs. Terry. ruclrrJcl by hand Yentln ruillHftl, ... from.' pi no filmy- I V. t Ix l'raneo tho doctor's claim on tho cstato of a deceased patient has """ " ol nil other. Qur.r.x VicroniA la said to liavo ox- irndwl nearly 53,000,000 on memorials to thn I'rfnco Consort ..- - Tjie Now York pajwrs aro Rottlntr Kreatly Mettetl ovc Chlcapo's chances for the exposition ln'ITOi Aliot'T 150,000 pyous har ascended t to ih'o Jop oftbo .Washington monumrnt slnca October of last year, Ir"a fotfy to wish long llfo to a golden neddlnp couple. Tho latest form Is: He'ro'B elixir ot llfo to you." At a ball In rarlsjroccntlyalady'ori ahbos each of whlclrliad a wateh Insort edin tho leather neSr tbo toe. Krxo IlfMUKiiThas Jought a phonograph, by mean "of which ho corresponds with Queen MarjtuiTlta. Tui: Tope has madp Dr.CMorsan Once, brother of tho exvjuayor ol"Niwydr)t, a Count of the HolysHoman JJmp1r Ax advertisement In a' London paper offers to pay a fair prtco for second-han- d con nni-mr.ri hit wife to In AlemeiU thirty da lail for mikUiawt of rourt. Terry-- ' 3ud term mouihs Kreri one ru,ulnt-r- t ltb Judre Terry's nature aad record as itael im I.I nvrdlrt.il that would not remsin Ids PiVIO s. Tsssr. a de.irle efT'rjrlorlfTltiat he would re ach fort to be rjtrnced. andtnelr prwtt nl a r'flfleatlju yetttrday morcloc In s stsrv lira manner. s. fy$ mi, nay for Let Anyelet lo vltlt the Powu,. rn Or rail, Terry ad hit wlfelettHta IVantlteo on Hunday and went in FmsiM, (hjji.boni when Ihey remtlnnt until ycttertUy morn.' y Terry ahdw.t wa.liirtHtiuiuftUaltiMi wULij Informed that Jiitlfrc V'irld would dart fnrXan Kranrtco oa the frala leaving'.! l"Sp.m, Tne. nortn-Douni- i putes tnrouah thatTerry ' s wile rly In !h ..yk In were ohiret to ret up before Ihre. order tn board the train. The lee (..nj-ci- r berlha had all locn taken, and thy hat to be riMitenl with an ordinary roaeli. Juite-Kiel- d atlaep at the time, and there ur.t,: the of trouble wat no Urn Ji(lkuVU left Kan Pr.ncLco let Ihur. At ' toojhbriuhes a)d ' I.v'Englsnd thorq are oi'y'SOtf.OOO moro Wfttnr ifish VMnWrT ln"anrn thnro are 194 widows for every loo widowers. A iiiiMi'ht producing IV musical not br.tho vibration ot a circular steel mem- bViIh at.l (arai a nMHa brann by means ot electricity, has been to ' do If fir a third lme. W ,r f J Invented. ; ' ' ' flrrd rail tJX!r.li the new Schseffer law In Min- iw asd lance bet at rrn neapolis, which makes drunkenness a Thedl two men wat not mor crime, a woman was tho first to bo sen- than rue or .ix fe.-- t aad jjj" tenced to JalL s Nr.w YoitKrns devour a million quarts on a Sunday. A wap avers of that they remember tho 8abbath day to keen It coldly. m at T:i). t'lebl, whowai arerianled by Deputy Ualle.1 Htstea "Marthkl Nafie, of San lanrltrn, left the train and proceeded to .the dlnlail foom, They seated tlemteitit biul able br hle ot one Of the loof ,UM' Terry liot prwn thalr breaVfatt "hen J' enter X the rum and daUberatr'v took a teat at the table directly oppoi t- - Juttlce Kield. I'retlaut to Terry's comic ',. had been tell by Landlord Star kpole t) ' l',ed -- U -- ; .. nu m xtl'.h'.r. hat lhy4 were aeailny taU bothlu?- .Juit Terrj'rearhed'orer the UI and tlime lil.loa. nreatt.bf aU.tliiUa Hatthe dlalna' rr.m .UlVl Jn.tlr Vleltt In lh uiy l .r.hal Nagle ttarted up In the and laid Tmy U ttfp Tere Jt Pjr" ao Hon to wbat NaU itid trach. ed ever and tlruttt Vit'.i train tlopjd, ,att Lsthnip for break-fa- tt le hrs;i! Terry and United Blslea flenslor David HroderletenthflWth of September, isr.9. It wat luit one year ago that It broko out In almost a tragedy Irl Judge Field's court upon the rendering of a decltlon advene to Haran Allhea Hill, the tnlatrett ot the lale Senator Hharoa. whom Judge Torry had married, and lloodthea was only prcventea uy mo prompt action of the pfflclals ot tho court. Pal hi a Terry wat a native or me aouin, ana early became an orphan. Ho went to Tdxat while ttlll a young man and Inlncd In tho war of that Hlato for independence from Mexico. He afterward read law ana wasnamiiica tome bar. He went to California during tho gold days and plunged Into pollilet almost before hn knew the namea of the couutlea. He was elected Chief Juttlce of the Hupreme Court or California at the age of M. Hit place was no tlneeure. He wat oppoted to the Vlgllantet, who praellcally ruled tho Btale at that time, and was active In seeking their downfall. In Terr itabbed B. A. Hopkloa, one AuirntL of Iho Vlrllsntes, In retttUng the Illegal arrett of lteuben Maloney. The vignaniea oocame greatly Inrented, They arretted Terry ami kept him In close confinement uniu rtepiemocr. tmdv antlclnated that he would be " hacged: Jits dUcharse .,. Tna -- " .. v..r: ,.,. i. as as.flBrd fl.n.n !'inr. uuiii ren in. hii., -. -"- ;J-.. "Vlgllantet. nr.puw.no I and I' 1m Ifha relfwtfrBri - tn ax ne vrmxra wt, ta never leave bit prlton alive except In the placo to which they had elected him. David O. "llrodotlck wat Terry's tqual In eouraie, and aurpasted I J in In knowledge ot Me wat a native of political maneuvering. Waihlngton. Hit father, an Irishman, wat a ttone cutter, and had several conlraett for work on tho Capitol. He moved to New York andicttled In the. Ninth Ward, where ho died thortly afterward. Young Ilrodcrlck wat bound and an apprentice to a skillful atone-cutte- rj tcrvedhli time faithfully, llothen drifted Inlo andfalnoleontlderablelocalnootrlety. rnMtlct, tn 1113 he ramo to California, at the ago ot thir' ty years. lie went Into the rold tmelttng and attaylng butlnett, but that wat a mere accident, lilt whole life wat bound up n pollilet, and he was In the swim at toon at the convention to form a eon.tltullon wbs assembled. To this convention bo wat a dolegate. He became pretUlent of the Henale. and waafora tlmo acting pov- emor. He wanted tq go to tho United males fenate and tn he adrancrd the novel Idea that a Btale Legislature rould elect United Btatet Senator In advance of tho vacanelea they were to OIL He had control of the Legit-lalur- e at Ihe time, and If hit frtendt had agreed with bltn he might have been elected then. Aa It wat, hit ambition produced a bitter tlrlfe between hit frlcndt and the opponent! of hit plan, whlcii retul'.ed In many lights and bitter nett. Hit mint Implacable enemy was the acting Unlfed ptalt-- t ,JCBSlor, l)r. Oyln. They haled ench other cordially. In I'M llrodcrtck wnarlsclcd United Stalea Kenalor fur tn years. He had gained abtolule rnntrol of the Htale Benate, and It wat tn hit power to name hit aitociate. To the surpmo o! crcry esc hla chotcx fell epea hit enemy. Dr. awln. IJler It was seen that be had coldly ra'cnlated a bit of choice revenge. He Ulowcd Uwln lotucceed himself only upon the umkr ttandlng Ibtt he wat to rrltnqutta all Kenleral pttronage In hit (llrodcrtck ti favor, (Iwtn at induced to write a letter pledging hlmtelt to obterre thlt rondltlon, and Ilmderlrk, In great glee, hadltpubtlthed. (1 win turned the tablet on llmlerlck when the latter turned on the Admlnltlrailon In 1S3S on Ihe quetllonof ad mining Kantaaaa a free or 'slave Rial; and d. elarol hlmtelt a aupporter ot Stephen A. ot tho Demoerallc I.uclat. The greater party In rallfornla watoppotol to llroderlck"a aettun, although hit pertonal following wat not Impaired. When h. went to' Wathlngton he wat dltgutted to fladjhat Uwln wat tho favor WAR IN TEXAS. Dloodthed natween rolllleal ractloni Itlehmonillii thellandtofaSIol Troops Order.d to the Scene. Austix, Tex., Aug. 17 Tho long looked for outbreak botweon tho contending political factions in Fort llend Countx,. commsneed at Itlcbmond, tho county seat, last night Tho number of contestants Is not known, but scores ot shots havo boon fired, and HhorllT Garvoy and a. man named lllocknoy wcro badly wqunded. Itlcbmond. la In tho hands of tho mob and lntcnso excitement prevails. Captain Ttolnhart, of ,tlio Houston Light Guards ba's lust bcon in structed to proceed to tho scono of tho conflict On a special train and Governor Doss vMU lcavd 'horo tOday, Trodps at llcrnhara and othc; points In wcro ordored to hold tlienUelve roadlnoHt. Cnotaln A ten, of Uib Ilane- uBra.iwith.fOBr'Bitn; l at Klobwirir'trtit u NINE REEKS' FASTo i WILD ENGINE. KLTDlont, Aug. 20. A serious loss 9 was averted by tho nrosonco of ;ol a switchman on tho Nortborn Gni-ln- Costa tho LIvob of Hor Dablos. '. A Morvoloua Caso . nt Indinnnpc , and Hand l'resenre . ......ti ui T..I.I...I., a. ' TJIE COMMONWEALTH. . la. a. ,ii., (nHKT 3 of hit uittlnc hit jnnn, iff Terry tlrurnlol when the bullet tlruck h in. an.t V Nie, fearia thst he iiri.- - liL !l! ' tr lk. tit Ky BK.fc wat aliout fell t. I ' ' ,tir 5;aT!Np JlU'IU anjered tlcauio' tbo ''ilra.1 At lhl.lnoiifn Mr.. Terry rulJodbp"rrmJ. Vic'ii slRnedlhasapreedt the train and neran utlerfnK lo d res nod lo i;o to Chleajfo and bocomo a dlmo Limn jet at him ' a d thet, attraction. 'i II Tn h hlra. 8he bore la her hand a hand , Tttiv JO draw & Ike llonr ?S5U4S3aTEV7r' tjj x.,J: i, f. brymht-- jl (f u S? WoJxirajy'has Mils. mu-sou- a rooslor klHSI tho other da, and was ploasod and surprised to find a 5 fold pjveo In lt,oraw. DaviiiCampiiixu a puddlej of lias a" ferret farm and sells a Kmxl many of Uio animals to persons who ,"'.'" want thqmkll) rats, Jf GuTiiniK, with Its suburbs, now has iJ,oa Inhabitants, bis banVSj clht, n?"w r- ami riundmls QlAuirt-s- . Tiikiii: will bo only ono Ne(rro In tho next CnKroan. Tliw iinKl' ouoivi la Uepresentatlro Henry I'. Cheatham, of North Carolina. Tlln Sultan ot Turkey maintains carrlaj?08. which Incur an expenso ot 2,300,000 francs a year. Most of theso carriages aro of French make. l'.iir.iiv Al.i.r-- V, of Ilartland, Mich., taken from his has tfal cberVy-aton- d ear. "Tt w'as plit thoro fifty years ago by some of Alton' rolwhlovous playmates. The "vcallest" wedding that over took placo In Halls County, Mo., was celebrated tho other day at Now I.or-doTb','er)orn was sixteen and tho brUlo thirteen.'1 AimAHAM r.ixrot.X' was tho tallest I'resldunt In thja country, Iwlng aU llcnJamln'1'Hrrlson foot, four Inches; oiily flv" la tho shortest; his helglft uvu luuiica. iei, Vn. Vavu flminit, an eminent French physician, resident in Now York city, has go"" to l'atls to follow Dr. llrown- -' - SiTrjfcof ly9rlJTH,pi ! ,,: ncjujl.. which tbn b'ost 'K'inn kltt me" tho abusul ku. nm befml yen rllel" wth her, and Jr'leUJal iatse the hadbythlt time pathrnd from rarlout p aeot. Met. Terrj ran lo and tan the body ct her hutbtnd bathed In "!"d totlhslhat-J- ' ti! AbouttOlp-rtonthtulin hd 5jS ,. i, ii ni And the rmt herarmt under hit head and tlceped over hlra. Judge Trrynruet hit ayes, a jalae.l Iilahead, aq4,thould r Iflwar'd Tier Their (pt rrol. and almott tn.laallr aMei Mi l.".l tank back and tilt pl'ntj'd frame, ajrajghtned aud. i i"r; crowil Urc. ierry w. iirmtf airJaWteward the tldewalkaa exelteit man, fmpellfa by Jlra.Trtry'a fries, thouted: "If you'll trlrr me a sun I'll thoot field !" Thlt r- -t Bid fcrkrrl ryr' u t i i:,ther piles wat many threats were made shot neeettailly fatal. Ono patted Ituroush th head, comlnc out near tho left ear. the other through the heart. There wat tomo talk at the tlmoof arrcttlnB Naste, bat ho'.dlnrr hit re Volrer fnnly In hit hand ho defied the crowd to touch blui, taylng he wat a Deputy United Htalet Martha! and had dune hu duty In protecting Juttlre I'lcid. No one veclurod.lo louch hliu; and e, loarded tho train ;or Ban Vrandtcu: lie was nrretteit at Tracy by'Hher-1(1'lirtit and conveyed lo tltockton. Mr. Terry IsVteatly aflecied by Ihe trtedy When Inlertleiteil, tho tald the had anticipated trouble If her hutbtnd ever met Field, and . tried to persuade him rot to rn to the The tralnwaaru. t atoakii' it Mole by ceied. "Can '7rt .ot 't!-- e dining-room- J i jft ., a largo uumlvcr of Jutt reKIetiVt 'ilendiwlm congratulsled lilm Uwn.hM istow etcape lleld was from death at Terry'a haridt il When ak-cdriven rapidly to tho l'atareltotfl by the reporter to rHo an acour,(of the foaling tie taldi fWclL I o'juld let ypu about II Inm tty rewieotili. Jl tletlre to ttalaflrat, however, that reports have been i clrculstlpp -.- 1 3 n bpo!m9;( with Us oltUens , , over Into Alabama tlio other day and liad-- duel. Thoy llred ton shot? at eaoh other, but nolthor was hit and tho wjiolo nllivlr was a dreary failure Thk population of Norway oxhlblts a higher percentage (U7.U5) of light oyos than any othor country In Kuropo. Flaxen hair occurs In 37.B per cent, whtlo absolutely black hair Is only found In tho ratio of 3 per cent ItASK-nAhas been Introduced in tho Now York Insane asylum and tho physician in chargo of that Institution says It has had a most salutary effect on tho patipnU allootcd by melancholia. Tiiehe'U a fish pond at Delano, Cal., which is supplied from an artesian well. Tho fish aro spurted out overy day, and bolong to tho samo spoclos as thoso nt Owens I.akoyon tho other sldo o( tho ' . , Coast Jtan'go. AccViiiui.NO to tho statistician of tho Cjmmlsslon thoro aro 140,101.73 mllos of railway ijj.tho United States, or ono mllo of road to ov ory 20.14 square miles of country, of Alaska. persons who Ir will bo as woll for In tho part of think of seeking homes tho great fjloux reservation which has just beon purchased by tho Fedoral Government to remember that tho district will not bo opon for actual sottlomont loforo spring. James IjEOXAim. a, oomposltor on the? of Now Orjqans, latoly, In' sovon days of seven and ono-hahours each, sot and- - dlstrlbutpd 103,800 eras oqual to about 203,000 loiters. He worked regular copy, and his proof contains comparatively few errors. In accomplishing this feat his arm, it Is estimated, travolod no less than 133 mlU. Tlnms-Dcmoora- t, lf rTjprotninnnt enei inawM.r7e trcrrybaddvclari-dulInloutkn lattaurt riin a! the earllett nniiortunltr, and Ihst If I dared tp retent ho would kill me I ws warned and sdylteA to arm myaolf by a hnadre t dicer? ent p; jplc.'Jtul I csiltliMly iu.od ilopLSrnied w alls lh lh licrfotmanca 'of iaVdul Jy, anrt' I' think thaltrhra tiis Unit cornet when It illtlM) neeettary ffirw Judge to7 go armedSthuritn) tho lierformanro ot bit duly, It will be tlmt to abol lth thn rourtt. ' Continuing tho Juttlco taldt "The United Btatet Hlttrlct Attorney having heard thcto Inttructcd Frankt to tend adcpuiy with Judget Hawjcr and Field to protect them from any harm that Terry or hla crowd inlrht desire tn Inflict. In pursuance of thete Inttructlnna Mnrthal Frnnkt tent Deputy Dave Nn lo lo Lot Angelct yesterday to meet me. I did not know of hit mlttlon until he Introduced hlmtelt t f.,ofh about noon yesterday. Hn appeared lo bo quite t gentleman and ho ntked mo when I Intended tn return to Kan Francltoo, and I I old him that I would rolurn ns toon at I flnlthed my but Inrti. I concluded my butlnett about 1 o'clock ind left then Lot Angeles on the train, Naglo sat opposite ma, In the ear. List night hn 'went' out for a while, and when ho returned Informed ma that Judge and Mrt. Terry had iKiardcd the train at Frrtno and were In nn adjoining rnr. Lulhrop When 1 rfiu-beI told Naglo that I Intended lo cctplt nnd bat e my break-fai- t Ho accompanied me, aud wp oulerrd tho restaurant, together and aatdownat u Ublo near the entrance. A fow moment! later, Judge Terry, accompanlod by hit wife, entered. When Mr. Terry aiw me tbo turned around nnd went back to th ear. I afterward learned !hal tho wout back to procure brr hnnd-tachc- l, Ju.lgo Terry look a teat at a tabic, a thnrt mo. Whiledlttance .behind wat I eating he aroio and approached mo I did not know that ho wat near 'me until ho flapped my face from behind. I turned around, and at the t uma tlmo Nagle arotr, and, placing hit hand ngalntt Terry'a brcait,atd' "Slop! stop I" Judga Terry pild no attention, he drew hit hand back, an wat about to give me a blow with all his vigor, when Nagle shot him, and he dropped on the floor. District Attorney White ordered the arrcil of Juttlco Field by telegraph, and his orderaware carried out by Cuptuln I;ct, chief ot dotcctlvet ot Ban Fran-cltcTho attocltta Juttlce, however, was released on ball ajmpit Immcdlately.thereafter. r The origination of the enmity between Judge David B. Terry and Aiioclal Juttlce Field -- or perhaps more accurately ipeaklng the enmity of tho former towar J the latter-da- tet bach to the early days ot California, and grew out of matters which led up to the fatal duel botween and two 'cars, driving piano tuner, victimized sovoral dollars pcoplo out of forty-fivlnriromcat by veiso-- ( jforrls & Co., nnd skipped tho town tho other day, gotcrward brought on convulsions, and at Ho is thought to of Chicago.No md, v,.cr0 st'orcil at ing toward Louisville. o'alockyestcrdnyinornlngonoutthcohl tho time. Tho twolocoti-rosand-cat- s bo a professional "dead bvnt" and condrcn died. Tho other ono died a fov nuollcd. are a total wreck, and th,(iam:lj.frto tho fidence man. and tho Kentucky towns hours later. Dr. Lowls was called wboi meat houso is about 3.00U.vi'0tal dam- had better look out for lilm. r i; i tho effects of tho poison bocamo appar- -' age eallmaled ul 530,000, "OLD BLACK JOB." .m At a danco following u wedding, at. ent, and his certificate ot death was Covington, thoro wasamurdcr tho other Death of the Original at a Hundred arid . countersigned by tho coroner. Tho SMOTHERED. . . morning. Tho victim was Harry Tcr-laparents wcro frenzlod by tho oltects ot Nr.w Your, .Twelve. 17. Tho origi son of a well aged twenty-onAug. Mini rarsont I'erlih In the their torrlblu mistake, and tho mother nal "Old IMack Joo" died p Mount Homo Fire In New York tr. known jowolor In Covington. An unwas almost prostrate New'Yoiik, Aug. 0. Early y4ter- - known woman struck him on tbo head lollr. N. J., yesterday, In tho llttlo day morning a lire oroko out m Uia I with a beer glass, and fractured his abfn, whero ho has lived for years, Just CUniOUS RELATIONSHIPS. kitchen of tho restaurant on tho stirskull. r n tho outskirts of tho town, llis.propcr y Two Women IjmcIi Her Own (Irnnd iVvmo was Joseph Queen, and bo was tcnomc-nttfloor of tho big OWEXsnono, Is to havo a frco delivery ilaughter nml tlrandmotlier. 305 Seventh avenue. Nino of tho 'slxtfi of tho malls. tho oldest man In tho State. IlKD 1JAXK, N. .1., Aug. 10. A ma odd occupants of tho bouso lost tholi' Jijdur MnAnnns and Dennis Purdy, being 113 years old. Ho 'was born In rlago that look placo at Katonluwn llve and It Is a great wondcrthatmanylitwo moro victims ol tho factory oxplo- Virginia In 1777, and tho fact Is recordfow days ago results in oitd relatlo; moro did not perish.Tho building was lon at Dawson, havo died of their, in- ed In faded characters In an old famships. Tho brldo was Miss KUaClayto who (urlt'i. occupied by thirteen families, Joo" was a runaway ily lllblo. "Old and tbo irroom was Albert rhllllns. Th havo bcon mado temporarily homeless Now Jcrsoy In 1837, TJin Controller of tho Currency Jias Is but fourteen 'years old, whlll slave, and camCvto brldo by tho flro. Tho, flames did not do veyy authorized tho Stato National Hank of somoof whero ho was taken caroot-bilfty-sl- x A for years. tho groom Is much damago in t'ho various apart- Fntjkfort, to begin business with a capiof Mount Holly, ono of INTO' THE, 'RIVER. . years ago Cyronlus Clayton, tho brlde'l tho residents living andrcmombors that ments, but burned out their strength in tal tt ?150,000. whom is still father, who was a widower, married ho The 1'crlloui .Descent of no Aeronaut the hallways. Thn pecuniary loss will A liiooTixo aflray took placo between Mr! ho was well along in years when ono of Mr. Phillips' daughters. Ily Iletcued Ily n Iloatman After Sinking not amount to moro than 810,000. Tbo PhllStandard nnd Huok Dlckcrson, coltowns' daughter's lit.4 came horo.. For years past tho Clayton's marriage to and Almost Lbtlftg Hla LKo. . fire originated in tho rear ol John Sny- ored, at tho village ot Trenton, south of o his wants, and s wlfo's father, Kiln Clayton becomes herj people havo ministered MEMriifs'Anjf!irt-rro- t der's restaurant at an hour when all tho HopWrisvllle, during which tho former kept hlra In comparative comfort Ho fntlipr'a nlonmfit1inr.ln.law.. Mr. I'lillJ an aeronaut, Ivhols giving exhibi- people In, the houso wore sleeplngsouud-ly- . was sioc in too laco ujr ai:iiiu"i In appcaranco.-anlips' daughter, who married Mr. ClayJ was very patriarchalnearly doublo with tions at' Jackson Mounrt park, Just below serious, if not fatal, wound. Just.how Jho.llre started Is as yot a his form was bent ton, Is alao her father s ntopmothor-l- n was over Standard, Iwho as.. tho restaurant cook Is A monumcritwlll tho" city, liad anfercitlngrjxpcrlcncb this tho weight law. Mr. rhllllps Is Mr. Clayton':! bo orectcd of years.memory by' tho citi- afternoon. Ho was advertised to make mystery,but fair to presume that an ac- Tho ahbublo room, refusing to credit "' missing It Is kept lunch to his fathor-ln-laand Mr. Clayton is MrJ zens. an ascension and leap hcaf first from cident occurred while $e was making Dlckorson for Ms supper. Dlckorson, rhllllps' fathor-ln-laEach ot tbd. A thousand pcoplo as tho flro Intfig big range. tho parachute. escape!, and Is still at large. t , wives Is tho other's stepmother. Each: SULLIVAN GUnEY. sembled Unvltncss'tho feat Tnoyuiun t "Julia DbPcoii has been Jallcrl at CovTo Marry a Prince. man Is bis daughter's stepson, and each witness It Tbo balloon, roso to tho ington, charged with the murdor.of Ldspox, Aug. 20. Anothcriorclgncr " woman becomes a granddaughter of her--l The Jury Jtaturns a Verdict Acalnit the heght of several' .. . hundred feet and was has probably, capturpd an Amorlcan Ucnr; Tc'rlauv Champlou, and lie Will Have to Suffer. J soli and also lior own granumotiier. th6 Mississippi formerly proprietor of j' 17. JQiin then Joiix'Ilnowx, itcroro Ppnyis, Miss., ,Aug. heiress. Miss' Huntington, daughter ot L. Sullivan sat down to his noonday river, elt'was again beginning to ralso C. P. Huntington, of Pacifio railway a hotel at Franklin, was found doad near, ". WARRANT FOR FIELD. "Ini-of thn top blow Off. and a U; meal yesterday, hq was so confident that when--pa- rt thst ci'.-a- ft Mrs. Terry Nwrara to It, Charting Com. tho balloon tame, is engaged", it is said, to 4marry had a deep gash across It, and thcro Iillelly In the Killing or tier Husband ami ho would 1)6 acqulttcataat no teicgrapu-e- d quantity of hot air escaping, Prince Hatzfcldt Miss Huntington has to the Queen and Crescent ofllco ask- rapidly descended, and with the para- been traveling In Spain with Mrs. John were, other evidences that ho had been the riherln Hat Clonn to Arrett the Juttlce. ing that two Bleeping berths bo reserved chute and profosoor fell in tho river. Sherwood, and tho ladles havo been per murdered and robbed. Stoctox, Cal., Aug. 10. A warrant for hlmsolf ahd Cluno on tho fast mall, Ho hung o thq bar of tho balloon and sistently followed by tho nobleman; Citkkxs of Nashvllloaro engineering was Issued yesterday for tbo arrest of which passes this point at sir o'clock In came down with It Ho sank bolow whoso suit has at last been favbred, and a now road from that city to tho coal imfields ot Kontucky. It is to bo called tho Stephen J. Field, on tho complaint ol tho afternoon, but tho Jury returned a tho surface, but 'reappeared almost apand mediately. Wien It was seen that now the Princo Is awaiting only tho Nashvlllo Northern, nnd will connect Mrs. Althoa Terry, who charges hlra verdict- of guilty ol proval ot Miss Huntington's. father. with tho road now in operation from with complicity In tho killing of hci ho concluded ho would, not occupy his n fall In tho river was lnovltablo a sklfJ pick at onco Evansvlllo to Princeton. Freaks of Lightning. "? .r.Lu.B..r-'.,V"".'Lr:..::'"" I husband. Uavld Torry, at l.atiiron, berth. Tho.rfofonsoJudgment, presented a was sentwas towithin up tho aoronaut, but had nnd It two lj.it lengths Dit, W. II. Evaxs has been appointed StPEr.iom Wis., Ahir. 20. During r Tcrryat this time wat much" embittered' Sheriff Cunningham loft, hero for San motion in arrestol aflvanco. which Rofereo distance from him when ho fell. As thunder-storlasty night lightning pension examining surgeon at Marys- Francisco this aftornoon to arrcut Jus- been prepared in aralml llrodcrtck becauto he had failed to soon as tho balloon touched tho water It struck a. tent belonging to a camping Vllie, anu IT. ir. U. renomlaatlon tor the Chief Ju.1liv.hlp, tice Field. Tho attorneys who. have Flttpatrlck's trial will begin -- st ' ,. i - '.a.i jL'i..Jsr. im At the Lecompton Bla'e Demecratlc t'onvenroso aealn. Tho professor held- on to beon engaged to conduct tho defenso pt .lAn 1..I.I .1 fi..riii,,nlfl1n lNTA ba lrt.lOO.A Mrs. Maybrlck Saved. cme of the rones.. allowed hlmsolt.to bo TKJCrffDeputy Marshal Nagle, who shot Torry, hit' wrath "and, drnounrrd llrodsricY Jn t,boU promised that Justlco Field would ari , LoxnoK, Aug.- 17. Homo Secretary drawn up.'a Ifth "Mr;- JusUcd''Stcphonf:v tho of tho water, and as thoT boat was pullel atvayTand wcro rendered helpless for put-ic- t. car whon "wanted, but 'Jlrs. Terry's .Matthow. and tald If bo wat the .follower of any Douglas Lord Chancellor, and medical '"exports under his suspended body ho let the nearly an hour. Lightning also struck Konfn'W It wat Ihe 'lllack 'PJujlai, wbeto name. II complaint was mado against both. Tho Thomas IIked, a Taylor County farmy holding a confcrcnco at tho rope slip through his hands and dropped a lumlor camp and several other places Frederick, not Stephen." funeral .of Judgo Terry will bo bold to- aro Ofllco er, was run over and killed by a wagon Ilrodertek wat rating breakfatt at Ihe Intera view to arriving at n Into tho boat, still holding to tho lino, In tho neighborhood. Homo with In tho lumber and team a fow days ago. of Terry's rem ark t day. Tho body is still at the morguo. decision In tho Maybrlok case. Tho national Hotel when he nnd tho balloon was towed ashore. camp it knocked the pipe out of n man's There wero teveral ladlea In Mrs. Torry has not loft It at any time Inanewtpapir Oxk hundred and ten out of tho 110 Is conference lasted four hours. It the room, and with ono of thete D. W l'er'ey ascath and discharged a riflo which waa counties ot tho Stato hare made olllclal Treasury Surplus $70,800,000. as a certainty that tho Homo Minliter Drops Dsad. nprorunlenl lawyer, wat converting. Ilroderlck by. near roturns of tho vote cast at tho recent Wamiinotox, Aug. 10. Tho light of- Ofllco Is in doubt and It Is bolioved that leaned arroti tbo table and tald to him IxDiAXAfOLts, Aug. 10. Uqv. r.ussoll election. Judge Sharp received has , Gave Up Her Life Nobly. mi 1 "Ie thatTerrj-remarkbeen abusing that he ferings of bonds havo resulted in a tho result of tho deliberations must It. Robinson, a retired Mothodist minisI once made, This r.ow take back the CiiirjAGo, Aug. 20. Miss F. Spollman, Colson 105,053 and Cobb .1,109. steady lncroaso In tho Treasury surplus, necessarily bo n pardon or a commuta- ter, whllo walking homo from attend-ln- u It the only boocal Judge on the fiipremelleneh. of this city, was drowned at St, Joseph, gives Sharp a majority over Colson of which, according to tho Treasurer's tion of sentence. Tho Press Associadropfriends, I wat hit friend Sthenbewaalnneedof tho Murphy mooting The nine counties to hear from now amounts to for whlrb I ain truly torry. Had tbo statements tion states that Homo Secretory Mat- ped dead on tho sidewalk. Ho was aged .Mlcri., while endeavoring to savo tho Vlcllanre Committee dltnoted ef Mm as being tho highest point reached thews will recommend to tho Quoon tho In excess of 70 and wealthy. During lives of Mrs. Ddward Napier and child, will run this up to at least 33,000. Tho thcr did of nllirra tbey would bafol slnco October last Tbo pension pay- commutation of the death sentenco of hit ministerial earner ho was connected who had got beyond their depth In tho total voto cast will not bo over 203,000, done a rlghteoua acL" It was aUegrd that ments fur tbo present month uro esti- Mrs. Maybrick to penal sorritudo for with sovoral of tho. conference, both in rlvcr.Mlss Spellman mado a herolo whllo tho total voto in tho guboruato-ria- l llrodcrtck aworo In the pretence ot ladles, callraco in 1887 was 2S2.671, and In tho and tho surplus life, and that tho commutation of sen- this Stalo and Ohio, nnd ho stood high clfort'io reach them, but succumbed ing Terry a "- - miserable wretch," but this mated at 318,000,000, Mrs. Napier, however, kept Presidential election in November waa rraj aRtrrsrd des'.e-- l by Uroderlck's frl'ndt. will bo reduced accordingly. Further tenco will bo anounccd after tho Qucon In church circles. Kussull H. Koblusuu, and-sanTcrry.nd he reductions aro also oxpectod In'tho fall, l'erieywaj srrlntluinte-lrleado- f hcrseli and boy afloat until other assist- Sit, 779. Yet Sharp's majority will bo given formal assent Homo Secreretented DrixSrlck't tomarkt as a penooal In. when tho usual movement ot crops takes has Matthews and tho experts assumed jr., his son, ls.a journalist almost doublo that of (lovcrnor Huck-ne- r, ance, camo and both wcro rescued. tary Jury. For toroe tlmo It looked at though the which was less than 18,000. Tho "t- Aeronaut Ferry Dead. Mrs. Maybrlck was not guilty, and, begun between Owln and place. that quarrel that had England's Hands Free. , voto on tho Constitutional Convention la which Terry had taken Owln't assumption, sifted ovN. C, Aug., 10. W. K. CitAiiLorrr., acting upon this Murderer Lynch d. Losdox, Aug, 20. Sir James Fergu- Is very close, but tho Impression at n ao. woi.ld wind un In. duel belwea llrod Uoslyni:, Wis., Aug. 10. Thomas F. ery scrap of testimony given, and especi- Perry, tho aoronaut, .who sustalnod son, Parliamentary Secretary of tho Frankfort is that it has carried. crtck and IVr'of' The laltor tent rtroderick A to tho husband's Injuries by falllrig from a balloon Foreign Office, replying to a question ol Oenerat Vufn. Thomas was probably fatally shot at ally that in relation thullenire al .he Tiandf-o- t Helow Is tho official voto ns declared twuho o'clock last night by a saloon-keoji- crazo for arscnio, which is of groat seven hundred feot high, at Mount Hol- Mr. Laboticbere, said tho Herlln National Ilroderlck declined to accept It, and replied bollc-vcd-, fight with gentleturn tho ly fair, near Charlotte, ten days ago,, Zoltung!B statement as to tho identity by tho County Hoard of Wobster Counconterartuouily: Sir, I caly Losh-maweight and will. It Is named Fred Losbman. men ef of my own potltlon. Jenkins, Democrat, for Representafrom internal Injuries.' ol asked Thomas for S3, which .ho Kalo in. tho prisoner's favor. It Is a diod policy with that of tho ty: Thereupon Terry look up the Intuiting rePerry leaves a wlfo and two children, Triple Alliance was nothing moro than tive, carried tho county by 5S0 majority, claimed was duo him from tho latter. noteworthy fact that tho Lord Chancelmarks, and aent a letter to llroderlek. Beveral lor is seldom consulted in such case:, who Ciuit uH6 from Hltmlnghatn, Ala., conjecture. England, ho said, had enletlera patted between the two. Judge Terry Thomas Bald that ho did not havd 1,315, Colson 810, Jenkins (Dcm.) for roalgned bit Judgethlp for tbo purpote and tent I.oshman thon tired. a fotv days ago. Yesterday a 'mob except when a roprlovo Is meditated. tered into no engagement which would Roprescntatlvo 1,452, Jackson (Hop.) I rhnllenye,' whlrb waa accepted. .III! pvt.rlek a took Loshraan from tho jail and lynched , f otter her liberty of action. The duel wai fought ten mllet out of Sin. Justice Field Arrested. Sullivan Sentenced. for representative 87S, ISrooks (Ind.) on tho morning of September IV 1W9, him to a beam in the rallrosil engine 17. Justlco Pan KiiANCiRco, Aug. s Causa Atara. Pcnvis, Miss., Aug.' 19. Saturday for Representative 101, Drayne (Ind.) bOUSC with dueling plttola. at a dlitanco of tea yardi. ot Stephen J. Field, of tho U. S. Supremo John L. Sullivan, tho pugilist, was senRepresentative Ilrndrrlck't ball tlruck the ground a few pacea Little Rock, Ark., Aug. thn teattuition for voto cast was In 16. Maybrlc'i's Amnio Hablta. on tenced to ono year In jail for g Court, was arrested hero yesterday fnvor ol calling a In front ot Terry IlrederlcVa hair, trlgsr falltho excitement exists among d, Noiifoi.1v, Va., Aug. JO. Mary Terry's bin lodged In being d. party to tho killing tho charge of by Judgo Terrell. Tho caso flvo or rscro counties in this convention. a keeper ol a resort ing ot l)ayld ft Terry at Lathrop last was thon appealed to tho Supremo Court, farmer of luogandkUIrd him within aaw.lajt. appearance, within tho Tub official voto of Gallatin County" His death waa regardoil by 'tho in this city, has mado affidavit ihat Wednesday morning!, Application was nml Sullivan was rnlenitoil on ball, Stftbiovor tho They gives Sharp COS, Colson 215, Cobb 15.. last' few days, ol . Jlcmocrals as n ,nttatlnstlon whllo Mr. Maybrlck lived In Norfolk ho made at onco fora writot haboas corpus, and Is now on his way north. Fitzpat-rica trnllment which the late tlencral and Oregon havo appeared in tho bottom lands of For Stato Senator, It Connor 013, T. J. sov-orand tho matter was hoard by Judgo Senator, K. D. Uaker, made the toplo ot n cele- visited her houso regularly, and oh rofereo, was fined Pulaski, Jefferson, Clark and twoothors, Hardin 210. For Representative, J. H. occasions took uraenloaooral Ulnea Sawyer, ot tho U. S. Circuit Court, who brated funernl oration over "Dave" at his adns far as heard from. Paris green Is be- McDowell 557, W. D. Rico 251. during an evening. Ho told hor that It prantcd tho writ and" released Justlco mirers continued tn call him lo the day ot enIncrease of tho 0. A. R. ing freely utJ. tombing hit remalnt beneath a rontpleuout was a habit with him, and that UtrcrftTd The official voto ot Trigg County Is as Kansas Citv, Mo., Aug. 10. Field on S5.000 ball. Tho warrant fpr monument In I .one Mountain Cemetery Terry not do without tho drug. follows: Sharp, 974, Colson Ml, Cobb 41. v ,'i'rt Mn. Maybrlck's Case. Warner.of tho (?. A. It., Justlco Field's arrest was IssueiTbya waa Indicted tor murder and Impnionetl, but Wharton, I)., Lqxdon, AfR. 20. -- Homo Secrotary For tho Legislature Wm. never tried. During the civil war he wat In the Justlco of tho peaco In Stooktori, on has conmlotcd his roport for tho past Female Suffrage In Dakota, Clark, It, 932, J. II. Laokoy. Confederate array- After the war he returned bo submitted to tbo Matthews is awaiting further medical 032, Wm. It year, which,-wilHisMAiicK, Dak., Aug. 10. Tho roport complaint of Mrs. Sarah Althca Terry.' Entitled to register, 21B2; for to Bin Francltco and practiced law and tr en. ;.t . Milwaukee Encampment Tho roport reports, beforo coming to a decision in P., 101. convention, 1,370; against call ot of tho Committee on Eloclivo Franchise, tered politics. In August, 1ST9, he uniucceta-fullease. Tho reports will bo call of ck Railway Disaster In Pennsylvania. shows a total membership of 413,?'.!!, an the ran on the Kearney ticket for Attorney ui reported back by tho Committee on n1..- T .1I n sis nw i y convention, iOX PiTTniiuittiH, Aug. 17. Tho south.no nui.uiimv-arIncreaso ot S'.i,0l'J mombors during tho submitted 0. jneral. In IS79 he wat nominated as a 1'retl Uovlsion, was, adopted finally. This At Lexington ball was refused James dentlal elector on the Hancock ticket. A ques- makes it necessary lo submit tho ques- bound passenger train on Uk Hutler year. potltlon In behalf of Mrs. Maybrlck boy who members Logsden, tho clghtecn-ycar-ol- d tion wat raited aa to hit eligibility as an eVjo branch of thO Western Pennsylvania has been signed by nlnety-onof woman sntfrngo to a votn of Two Men Sentenced to Die, lor, and he waa enjoined ami no! peruiltlod to tion shot and killed his father. railroad, whlch'lcft Hutler, Pa., yestcr- . of thffiHoss" "f Commons. tho pcoplo,boroj!Xtcndlng suffrage to , ervis Pi.ArKiiVH.l.K, Cal., AupvlO. John kw 4 .kUlt. l -At Paris HonHrooks was fined S100 CAt-atlianuBAU, Ma, Aug. II. Sarah females, but jjivcs women vtue rlgut lu w Ellioa Created a Count. and scnlonccd to twolvo months' imStation, and tho ontlro train, Olson, and Win. Drager, convicted, to- -' Suvoi-whole strange careerln Call; vote at all sohool elections. Althca Pa1ii, Aug. 20. A special envoy ol prisonment for beating AU Gained. fornla has' gWeri her national notoriety, wai consisting of two passor.gor coaches and gothcr with John II. Myors, ot tho mur-dtown Jillf fotty-nln- i TiUo Tor Coluttbui. presented lrnrri h this of John Loiyll, a ranchman, about King Humbert of Italy. Tub Colorcd.Uaptlst a combination smoking;, and. baggaga' he eoract vtfoodstock. her father stgne-- t MAliniD, Aug. 10. A petition afa car, went over au embankmonlnnd wai a year ago, wcro jcntcivjpd to bo hanged ThbraJ A. Edison, tho" famous Amort-ca- n Varls, closed oh tho 11th Inst with, an , being Samuol 'Hill, a' prominent attorney, and by eight hundred persons,- Including electrician, with tho Insignia of a attendance ot ten thousand. totally wrecked. Throo persons) wore) Wednesday, OctoTior 10. Myers her mother, Julia Sloan, daughter ot a wealthy Archbishops, Ulshops and l'atrlnrohs killed outright ami twenty-fly- e hla crime on tho scaffold on .No- -. Ornnl Offlcor of tho Crown of Italy. Mr. others lumber dealer. She had one brother, Hiram Fathkk Dbvihes, of Howling Green, 'vcmoorSO, last and her parents lioth bus lepn s4nt to tho l'opo., asklug Hn injured, a number of whom will.dlo. Morgan Hill. Edison thus becomes a Count and his died suddenly, tho other day, of heart leaving iho two orphan! died tn mi, IIolliioss"to honor tho name of Christowllo i Countess, disease. Sho It related to pher Columbus with tho tltloot "Vouer- au ettalo of tlO.000, New Cotton at Memphis. aianders tn Chicago. Tub official rotums from all tho pretome ot ihe belt families in tho county, among able." Kllratn Will Oo to Mlailsilppl. Mkmi'HI's, Aug, 19. Tho first now CmcAno, Aug. 17. Thoro is great excincts In Clay County, glvn Colson dl7 Ihrm tho Wllaona, S'oans and Ilodnevs. The Miss., Aug. J.tri-oraUod within tho Mem-phcitement In I.akovlovy owing tq.tlio baloof cotton W. 11. Clark, for Representagirl had good opportunities tor acquiring nn Prof. Loomls, of Yale, Dead. dls.tr.lpt vas received ,hro yester- Iiwry has recolved a telegram from majority. 588 majority. Four hundred and breaking out pt glanders tn, tbo stables education, She attended school at Danville, New IIavex, Ct., Aug. HI - Ellas ' Chiles that Kllrnln's lawyer had tive has o Ky and Anally graduated from St, Vincent's day. It was shipped ironi Wpst l'olnt, Agent otytho Lincoln Ico Company. Tho against tho Convention. Ono nonvent'lnlhlt town. She wataglrlot more Loomls, EL. 1)., MiuiSonU'rofossor ol Mb!.i; nliout 123 miles southeast of this adviiel him not to fight being extra- nlnotcen Is spreading among tho hqrsos trean- than ordinary persoml beauty, .Ktie.wat plump,-o- Natural I'hlhwophy ami Astronomy at como with his voto was cast for Dick Tato for and It' 'has already boon' necessary city. Last year tho' first noyy halo was dited, ind that ho would medium height, and potictted a loveiv Yale, riled.-r tho Nu Jlavp n HosplUl. to urcr. ' received-Auguor prisoner 12. shobt soventcen of th'om. She was fair but not a pronoun lato yostorday altornoori. complsilon. Wiittr. digging n sower In Covington ccd blonde. While her eyct were bright ana Lnt Their Ltves In a Whirlpool. anembankmont foil in burying threo Strange Way to Sulolde. Attempt to Wreck an Excursion. tparkllng, thoy had a cold look In thorn. President tn New Hampshire. JlAiiH'Hl'ito, Aug. 20. In Swatara woikmen. Ono was smothored to death PiiiladkM'IIIA, Aug. 17. Catbftnno hhe It remembered by moit ot her frlendi CAMiihiixn:, CoNCor.it, N. II., Aug, 10. President Md., Aug. 10. An Creek, nearIlddlotown, Is a dangorous and two others sustained internal Inhero at aomclhlngot a flirt, and at one tlmo commlttod sulcldo waS mado to wreck tho excursion Harrison yesterday greeted tho Lcglsla-turoo- l Mullg, aged lUty-flywhirlpool, bolow Fry's Dam, whoro tho It aald lo have had thrco engagoinontt to juries. Now Ilainpshlro and subsequent- 'In a most peculiar and determined man- train from Hurlock's Camp, by placing mtrry on her hands. One ot theto Leandcrs Is persons havo lost their lives. ToHuitT IlAiKt:, well known a prominent politician residing In Southeast ly n reception tvaa held lu ho open air, ner. Sho placed a wash tub under (ho somo ties across tho track. The train A. Harnltz, of Middlo-towof Covington, was shot and mortalttttiouri, and anotherietldes In St. Loult. Her attended by nuvcral thousand people, hydrant In hor.yard, put her head in tho was running lit a slow rate of speed, day Kev. Fred a retired minister, and Charles II. ly wounded In tho Covington station conqueiti tn lhat section cof the Hlalwere followed by a collation at n hotel." tub nnd thon turned on tho water, hold- and tho engineer reversed his onglno n Carpenter, ol Philadelphia, n nuinrroui during the,tlmo tb'e held away, Sho ing hor head therein until. sho was houso by Turnkoy Taylor llorbert An Just In tlmo )o biivo tho probablo loss of wot '.'fait," but hsr name wss'nartr tarnished Kaln Interfered with tho day's proceedprinter, woro fishing In a boat old grudgo was tho eauso of tho encounand drowned. For somo tlmo many lives. wlth'icandat. love niralrt Mlta lllll was ings. In and were swept into tho whirlpool and ter. past tho woman has shown signs of intyrannical, and more' than one et her loveri had Lynchers Held Without Ball. drowned. sanity. Killed By a railing-Brick- . lotuffer under her Iron rule and eccentric James Jackson was killed and threo , . Nkw Oltf.K.vxs, Aug, 10. Fourteen ol j whims. others seriously Injured by a boiler exBomb Exploded In Rome. Kxoxvn.i.K, Tcnn., Aug. 19. William Don't Want Hint. To show how cruel the wat lo her lovers, tho tho I.afayotto regulators accused ol 20. During a public conplosion at Dawboiu Hour, MrCourt, n of Haltimore, . Paihs, Aug. 17. La Nation says that cato of the one tho roally loved will show. Ho lynching tho negro Key, who murdered Tin: annual Stato Convention of tho last night a bomb was exploited wat then a young lad, but It now a Mluourl been Franco novor intended making a de- was killed hero Saturday by a brick cert tho Austrian Embassy. politician of National fame. Thoy were en his wlfo last July at Curcncro, havo Eight Kentucky Y. M. 0. A., will bo hold at the mand for tho extradition of Uoncral falling from tho fifth Htory of a now near gaged lobe married, and one night nttendeil n committed for trial at tho term ol Paris, November 21. building and striking him on tho head. persons wore injured. lloulangor. hop. Sarah Althen became angry at her et. district court. Hall was refused. Tur. Dlroctor of tho Kentucky Stato cort, and when the ballroom was entered the Terriflo Explosion. pynamlta Factory Blows Up. Wpatbor Sorvlco is making overy effort went up itaira, and nover catnetiown untimmo Crate. Confessed to a Train Robbery. New Yoiik, Aug. 17. At ulght o'clool: Inox Moustain.MIcIi.. Aug. 20. Tho to render this sorvlco still moro vulu-abl- o to return home. The young man wai angry, PiiAiniB mr Ciiikx, Wis., Aug. 19. Saciiamknto, Cal., Aug. 111. Detootlvo last orenlng an explosion ot gas In a but determined to break the engngeuiont. dynamite tactory of tho Ponlnsula Powto tho farmers of Kontucky. Thou&. Co.' crockery storo at tho cornor of Grand has struck hero, der toropany, threo mllos south ot horo, Sarah Althea heard of It, summoned htm Into Thachor, ol tho Wolls, Fargo sands of dollars woro saved to tho pooplo herbewltchlog pretence, and the old Infatuation Express, reports that whllo at San and Clinton streets drovo tho contonU and tho largest number ot pearls yot re- blow up Saturday night Tho cause of of this Stato lastyoar by tho frost warnreturned sotlrongly lhat he retolved to i wallow Quentln prison yostorday hu secured a ot tho storo through tho plato-glas- s winported In this Sato havo been gathored tho explosion romalns n mystery, ns tho ings sent out to tobacco growing dis IholniulU Not io Sarah. Shs had heard that Gorton, con- dows into tho stroot, and shook tho during tho past day or two. Moro than workmr n had Just loft tho premises. No ho had told hla frlendi that ho Intended to full confession from Jack trlfcts, but no genoral organization had Ono man was killed, ono thousand pearls wero sent from hero Khn determined on victed at Auburn last week, for robbing, neighborhood. broak the engagement. wat hurt by tho explosion, but tho been effected, and but few places reprobably fatally Injuroil and about yesterday by two or threo parties. Somo ono She never looked lovelier than on Ihe tho oxpress train at Clipper Gap last Loss ftl.OOO. ceived tlmoly warnings of the approach bulldlnfswero destroyed. night her lucklrit lover answered her call. He Christmas. tnirty persons injured. of tho pearls aio quite largo and ol tho Irost This year It Is hoped that watpowerlota beforo her, and pretied hla ault very valuable, Whllu huntl!,' pearls Brothers 'sentenced to Death. Double Hanging in Louisiana. with more enorgr inan.es er. nno tain notning a more perlectsystora will bo organized; ltawkeyss Choose Hutcblniou, ready lo leave, nnd hi I itopped a man by the namo ot l.aroo,uo SomsR'KT, Pa., Aug. 20. Joseph nnd until hs wai Lakh Ciiaiilks, La., Aug. 17. Loult tho merchants and farmers tn overt Des Moixkd, Ia., Aug. 10. Tho tors goodnight kltt on the threthold iho turnfished up a largo bombshell that had David Nicely, convicted ot murdering that Oomarost and Suminor Miller tobacco growing county will organlzu ed h.r, head and with her eyet biasing, saldi Statu convention resumed tti (colored), (whlto), convicted ol probably lain In tho river a great many Farmer I'mberger after robbing him of and bo prepared to receive and rapidly will crv aullt. . vou can bo. We "M. both murder, On years probably from tho tlmo of tho $13,001. wero refused n new trial don't want to tee you agala." Tho young man session nt 10 o'clock this morning. wero hanged hiro yostorday. Tho distribute theso "Frost Warnings." atmott fall down the tteps, ana ins never law tho ttvoiity-flttballot Mr. Ilutuhliuoa and sentenced to bo hanged. was wltncsed by 1,000 porsons. captuio of tho olrifort by tho llritlsh. hi oi afterwanl was nominated for Governor. s ... as tne " SmT oi tnopopnro-sHuaw!BglnaljlMftfrsslam'ftrOlMKa .,. ... T . ,t.. uut lllllIM umi nau. vno cueot oi an upiuiu,' f. .V .- h of tho contending i mi- Infants IJoteil Willi an Infutlon or ll'ppy- heed, the Deadly Drug Boon Klllltg Them llotli. Miutaukek, Aug. 10. Two chiVten of Adolph Gaupr, a watchman Ilvlij In Allls stnet, nm dead from tho elTciii of odinlnlstted an Infusion of poppy-seeby their parents In Ignorance of it dfad-l- y charnctor. Tho children, whoso nakos wero Georgo and Sophia, were twhs, and wcro born on Juno 18. They kit been ailing slightly for a fow doyit, ail on Monday afternoon tho mother, at bo advlco of somo neighbors, gave thro an Infusion mado by steeping poprj-see- d in water. Tho chlldron wcro orlj slightly ill, and Mrs. Oaucr was lg; rant.. ol the properties of tho roirwcf, . scjr-ui Ind. doneDeath 'ear at Drop. tu.Forly-nvP- Ihe ....l 1'ulsw Hearing ..... IxniAXAi'out, .Aug. 10. Itobcrt i 11. a Ttll.A' Tnu.n.Mn 'ffirmni.. da of jj 'Vomplolcit tho 'sixty-sixt- h a bdt enforced fast his nttondant physician, who left? bediildo at a lato hour, reports that! is nofirlv exhausted, and ho can Ha last much longor, His troublo orlfl ted from, a uaralytlo stroke,, and. v tho tlmo mentioned bo bas tnkonjl gctber not to cx,ceca ono gsllofl milk and occasionally n alp of. So oilier nourisnrnenir w Iftl has' rieen luiimniBwrrsi. to mm, Dr.-'Ji. al railroad yraUrilay mornlns. A o T Iras nf and Inr. tn O,o main Pat LnfayottrrStrectrstatlon, near rton whon tho Phila- express na slghtrd. Opinions as io tlio action of tho shlf tor. .jkay tho emrlneer rovemod tho r,jTiT4J"jnpcd for his life; others no passrjngcr train struck witter and senthcr on her r backward journey. ,Tho shlllor . Itchtnlug kneed through ltriiKiliilliroUgh"Fulton and I'nlon esafte Poptrs Creek train was iBflil filled, with pasRon- Mf Huc--yards, M CLk pt tt., -.I - -- - -- Mns, g. McKr.K was appointed fourth-rlas- s postmaster atQulncy, Lewis County, vico D. A. Carnott, removed. Joseph Johxsox, colored, whllo at work In R t"br-f- field In Montgomery County, flits other evening, was struck by lightning and killed. CLAitrxcr. Nichols was killed and ilvo other men wcro Injured by thoexploslon of a boiler near Hlg Cllfty afoiVdaya" ago. Nkah Russcllvillo, J. V. how'n, an extcnslvo dealer In hides, fu.s nnd wool, was found dead early tho other morning In (Jasper river. Ho id a largo, sear oyer thn right oyn, and his pookois wcrp rifled and papers thrown on the ground. JIo was last seen at I South Union o ''If in. . I tlllil. 1 . parties and tho great bitterness existing uoiwopn tuo may" lead to most direful consequences If tho troublo I? h6t promritly y s from' So terrible Is tho emaciation that tho abdominal cavity Is fallen In and tho walls of tho abdomen lay In tbo wrinkled folds, through which tho backbono Is plainly discernible. Tho bowels seem to Jiavonhrlvolod and dried np, and thcro has been no movement, not days, but for only for the past stxty-nln- o several days preceding. Ills hearing' Is gone, but his slghtromalns. Allthonour-lshmereaching his brain, seems only to ha.vo developed his combatlvcness, and ho has porslslqntly fought his at- toodants, and his physician reports mat tho strength of ten rrioil eonld not havo forced hfm lo cat At present his weakness Is pitiable. Al notlniohashlspulso exceeded filly,' nnd frequently It has uud oven as tow as forty been forty-fivand Irregular. His 'ago Is eighty-fivTho caso la considered tho strangest ono on record, mmm InUHkjKTmxIL, hous6-oc,uplc- d tho flrnt them'SrotlBh fx o u, nt Mmoke-Tan-rm.- rit e, five-stor- t n e, - - , e. Ja-nc- Hob-Inso- n. -- . , blownHh-ccllynDov-- e. Itla-hria- ltt prlic-flgbttn- g, .;r. a m to-da- lailui.i-vyiuuiMM- - v - w- foiv4uoXtt-.boro,thourfa- rd - 13.r,-l91- . y, 29,8-12- . llrodt-rlrk- n it Fran-cltco- - Oottoa-eTonn- 20.-G- Flvo-slxt- prlzo-Ilghtln- hltn-w- hlle Itrnder-lck'tlef- llog-woo- l woll-know- cotton-worm- k, - l Ma-brl-. . a i o c a or y c. Tr , js x, dls-cas- rap-Idl- y, ' y st pt o, bov-er- al n, well-know- o . brick-maso- A. Fesrl-ltunter- s' Tho)earl-hiiuters'craz- o er to-d- y 1 oxo-cuti- h fc . T .? .2&&L. Wisttajt '" .sgg- lli iaiial)a'...ii inliMI LfTii sss?aigP' r1". -. nr"nMHB! '""''. .."!v, .tt&jiijwwggg? tAfsixHlA9lmirTziJii-J-ti-- -f i IMMMMW mmmmmmmmm Ill III ! III! Ill ll ' t'tL I :,h -- imJ "- rpp THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., TIIK The COWMTITCTIO.V. mho tin: tuu!Us:i:ust 1 TIMK lOII Ni:i.r.i:.TAMI.ATI().V, "PK.ir.u i i.K" rnoiitTTivKXEaa. Stmt, l'h L $? U 4L. Lit I, fy ft' V l- - fr z.. j ' rrA1 the defaulting of tho Tennessee Stato Wheel, has been arraigned aud KXNTUCKY theiaso continued till next Mon- HICKMAN, Republican, received a tie convention would have boon simple justice does not demand a Clark, day) Ho Is out on bond iu tho and wrong. Therefore, the halt as to such accusations. vote tor the legislative representHAS KKCBNTI.Y HKEN ani of ;H. It is to the beat Interest of the ative from Trigg county. Monday Coukikr proposes, from tiaii to TIMS IIOUSK tbe rromiuoilalion of up for misflionnrioa have boon Ornmiiicra nml lb tratellot; public genthey met and CH8t lota for the of. time, to discuss some of theitiied- whole people that men competent Moumon cd changes, that our reader W and able to lead should be called lice, Wharton winning. treated to a doso of buggy strap, erally. Cletn ruom, nice bed, and Ute be prepared to vote intelligeitly to fill our public offices, and that irk inadministered by tho strong aud Mia1in ......kluul In all ii" alMM Willi ltd. i"f Kira'iiii Tub campaign in Virginia this when the time comes, trusting Out our best and ablest men should willing hands of Wtirren county, TratclU men will find tbe licit of atten will boar In ailml not year will lie a most interesting and each reader assist in the selection of auoli, aud bushels In 1888. Iu the prodnc G&, citizens, and warned to lunvo tion at nur noun. carry a full line of In addition, w important one. Tlio deinocarts it is impossible to discais own that their motives and actions, tion of corn, Warren (peuerllc) toe country. FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, have selected their standard bear- any point fully in any one Isso: when they do participate, should leads all tho counties in the State New JerIMnmVKMKNTH HtTOOKMTKU. er, nui! the republicans will put np not l inipiijriied merely because with n product of 1,478,04)0 hash, rBOiiiiitrioNtsTH in discovered to which we lnie attention. Our prlcea jay that they have who will bo backed by successful. els. Hcndersou, Hickman, Union sey canvassing Mahone, 1st. The nowor to amend Jf the side they favor ia tho 8,000 are a low as lbs lowed. by all the power of federal patronage chance the constitution' itfclf If a man, acting In a convention, and Warren (all peuerile) come ia votes cast Tor that of cauuniaie, tncir or. other political methods, dovel- - next with over 1,100,000 to their Would be more directly tin'd(R-tr " Fisk, last year, 5,000 came from trulioii. voJooJIj oplc. .Vtjf Wlc.l()a a capacity to lead aud to in credit. In tobacco, Christian com nnenec ma navo the rightritte--t- r - Democrats. must nret with 17,31I;i50 lira fcttl flat Mit. Powdkuly's new idea ia Biioiua L. the penalty over be denunciation Graves, Daviess. Heuderson wltlinr- Memphis Avalanche urges T"K practically that of a gigantic trnit against any pnrtlcnJ" moun" antf L!nw W, ATTOKNti under rlxeil rnntbcUons ana con as n "tricksterf A'anamn, "not to Logan (all penerile) iu the order among workingtuoii. He would 8"ft For this, nnd like causes, are named. In tho production of oatse' ,frod. u"1 lo tnl' 0o.v- - If.w.ri" IIICK.VAN. KKXTCCKV. dltions. that flvierience mny point have all the various labor organ izntions, whilo not abandoning out ns ueccsAFy "i imponaui to not some of our very best quali- Warreu leads with 181,448 bush conIf tho Gov- Alt Legal KunlnrM pruinptty alirinb-- to. their original societies, form one their wolfa. Tlio present "Iron- fied men deterred from seeking, els. Our owb county of Hardin alrie" duelists down. them he can Ltii'l practice a pveilly. or even consenting to accept, pub- ranks eighth in the State in thj ernor wnntB to catch Office in flank Uulldtng. powerful combination, which shall stitution M too much of an clad" Uo far removed from tue lic officef Every Intelligent citi- production or ooin corn aud whea do so. fel.SO be able to meet and successfully zen knows that this is true. aud ouly 0110 Blue Grass county. deal with those who are. interested voice oT the people. KonBRT Makybi., an octogenaL'nuY In addition to tlio inhibiThe result is, and has been, that Madison, leads it iu corn, the pro- rian, living In Piko township, near SALE AND LIVERY STABLE in crushing out labor orgnnizu-tioiiR- . tion u the State from loaning Its there has grown np a belief in the duct of Hardiu being 880,505 bush- lndiauapuliB, I ml., bus gone withcredit, a new constitution ought minds of many of oar beat people els, and ouly oue Blue Grass com- - out food days. In all & to ifestrict comities and towns mat mere is iiecesaanly some- ty, Shelby, loads it iu wheat, tie Tin: Southern Republicans in that timo the only thing that has Congress have a suhemo on root from voting taxes 011 tliemselves thing "dirty about politics," and production of Hardin being 27J, entered his stomach has been KENTUCKY 87KEET 1o get oven with the administra byond a certain limit for any pur- about and office- - 710 bushels. ibont three pints of water. TT EEI'S conttantly on hand for hire tion by electing Moult, of Truuo-fisee- , pose whatsoever. holding. If this is necessarily Ye "Penerile" boysl Cut tkis Speii kor of the House. Dem- ' 3rd. Our court system, in the true, then tt is thereby proven out and paste it in your hat to Toe Virginia Democrats have IV ana sale I10HSKU, UU00IF.3 ocrats havo assured tlio iudepeu main, tho pride mid glory of a free that our people are incapable of show to tho high fed stock of the lominated a strong Stato ticket, lUtlnc purcbaied tbeand HACKS. liable, boreit leaded by Capt. Phil W. McKin-icy- , and entire outai of W, i, dent Republicans that they will people, is somewhat cumber- self government, and our repub- Blue Grass. help out in the oloction of Houk, some, expensive and obstructive. lican ideas and forma ought to bo for Governor. Kntlro harm-tu- wt to continue the builntit, and prevailed iu tho convention elicit patronage' Hoed or McKinley. r. HAsaexn ox the emsir. If Houk Suggestions 011 this point will be abandoned. But, the contrary is agrees to stand for election, the discussed hereafter. lind the party expects to win a true. The manifestation of Inter Dr. Hammond has again been grand victory in November. program is going to give the bos 4. There aro now certain officers est in politics is aimply a manifesrfickman lijarble Works, ineligible tn a second term, aud tation in the welfaro and prosper, heard from on the subject of the ses some trouble. The Lexington Leader, the elixir. This time moat o.hors who are eligible as often as ity of our country, aud is in the prominent and able RepubliAT WCKMAV, Tub Lexington Leader a Repub- the peoplo will elect them. Ex line of patriotism and devotion to the Doctor lifts up his voice to lican paper edited and owned by perience, we think, has demon tuo people's interests; and actu- protest agalust its improper use can paper in the State, says that B. C. 11AMAGE, two Ohio men, in referring to tlio st rated that each and every adu ated by audi motives, it necessa- and too hasty opinions as to its the negroes wcie bought like DI1LE1 III recent State election aud more clary officer State Treasurer for rily follows that 90 percent, of the efficacy. Dr. Hammond was the sheep at the late election, and especially to raco for Senator in instance should be ineligible. first American physician of prom laments the state of society In Italian and Awksicah Marbli charges as to trickery, &e., Fayette county, says: "We are 5th. The Courier believes that without foundation and false. are itience to admit that there might which snch a condition of affairs MONU.MENTIS, TO.UU AND UllAVK STONES. no something iu this wonderful is possible. beaten, but it was the wholesale the State Legislature should not elock, fine lot purchaBO of poor miserable color- be assembled oftener than once in elixir, but bis admission was wideA I.AT ATTOaEY. Tub killing of Terry has caused HAVING In Italian aMarble, Iof pre an ly misunderstood. ed men, who havo no Bonis above four years, except by reason of In a subse- troable in California, which threat- Mrs. J. M. Kellogg, wife of the quent Interview Dr. Hammond ens to increase Communities are pared lo All all orden. Call and alanine tho llask of whisky or a pittance extraordinary emergency. work. Attorney General of money doled out to them by un6th. The office of Assessor been installed as of Missouri, has pointed out that neither he nor dividing into Fieldites ami Terry, bt Ordere front tho country promptly First Assistant Dr. scrupulous politicians." had ever call- ites, and especially is this division llled. should be abolished, and the as- Attorney General. was admay 26 Collisions sessments made by the magis- mitted to practice in She Supreme ed the fluid used in their experi- noticed In Stockton. the Tub special Legislative Com- trates of each civil district. ments an "Elixir of Life," or had between members of the factions mittee is almost ready to report on 7th. The present law renuires Court eight years ago, and is a claimed for it such supreme pow are feared, as well as an inorcAo FDUtT II! tho West Virginia Gubernatorial 16 graud jurymen 8 or 12 would member of the Stato liar Associa- ers. He said that it might prove of general lawlessness. tion. For several years she was n a powenui tome, more potent, contest. The evidence thus far do just as well. has developed tho fact that the otli. Alio power or the Legisla- partner in the law business of her perhaps, than any that had ever Forest fires have been racing U II V 'X' in Montana for three weeks. Much election was a very fair one. No ture as to what is called "Local husband, the old Arm umne being before beeu known. valuable timber lins been destroy, real frauds havo been discovered, Legislation" should bo restricted. T. B. & J. M. Kellogg. ed, and on many ranches thousa root, jfiuaKat editor. most of tho votes that wero con- and this work that consumes so A IESO UATIO MMTIIUH. ands of head of cattle have been tested being only technically ir- much expense, in tho main, An nrticlo in an independent burned. It is reported that all Koolil tllO Ill'Ht Menijitilt AmUnclia. regular. GorFs plurality of one ted absolutely to tho courts. remitpaper at Selma, Ala., edited by a efforts to check tho flames have AHHorlintmt of A hundred and ten has bceu reduced Tho CouKiuii subraita the Bug- - tion correspondent calls tho atten colored preacher namori Bryan, failed, aud that several towns are of the Avalanche to tho case to fifty votes, with two counties fra&ttnn rt (liana nnkJa.1 Al.A..n. has created a stir in Alabama, An threatened by tho encroaching to bo Investigated yet. without argument at weaWkA! of Mrs. JennJc Keateraon, of Ful- - editorial iu the last issue abused urea. Ti ! 1'oiiikI Hf.,'e""J!" the whites for various injustices ??" Col. Kemp, of tlio Clintoti Dem- thopeopletotumkofand'discuss. Most nil the country newspa1..111J in the last nine rears. Durinc against tho colored race, and con- pers are passing it around thut ocrat is not afraid to give would- COL. THUJIAMU. rewKE. Tfollows: bo dictators some plain talk. In that time she has given birth to cluded as you (the whites) May brick, a niece of Jeffer- OIVU HIM A. THIA fllrDdfrfOD Newi.) Were to leave "Mrs. flvo sons, all of whom were born commenting on a pretended resoson Davis, is to bo hanged In Eng- OooJo deliTtred lo any jurl of the City. This high toned Kentuckian, life- on tho 24th this southland, in twenty years It land for poisoning lution of a lodge of Wheelers, time democrat and excellent ac thought, of of Julv. in The forea wouiu ue one 01 tho grandest sec- The ouly relationshipher husband" which seems, however, to havo tho lady sottiuir between Mrs. countant is a candidate for the Ap- day for these contributions and tions of the globe. Wo would Maybnck nnd Jefferson Davis is VV. DIESTELBIUNK. been u canard, lie says: pellate Court clerkship the respon yon mossback croakers how that she happened to bo born iu her punctual observance of tho show 'And M for bocottlng this paper belong: ia a. We have Ulmrtx lo make It sible duties of wblcb office ho Is time are not less worthy than the toruuacouutry. Yon would never tho United States of America and now ably discharging, with Col. patriotic no name epaee one. We are free anil no trammeln motives that dictated see convicts half starved, depriv so did he. NO trouble lo abon all artlelti, bat good. lo ed, auil wbllet we want the Democrat to Sam. Gains as chief assistant. As honest theirscx. The graud old Common iug living. workingmen of an lion Come and tee, at go Inlo every homi ve anjone who both Poore and Gaines are men of est It is ouly a matter of Lakt weok nt Atlanta, Ga., tho and Moicow Avenue. the ooraer of Trey wealth of Kentucky due) not like it lliat be does not bi?e to Eail lllekmra, Ky and the Congressman unsullied honor and attentive in a substantial way should show time when throughout this whole apprecia rakeiu" clerks. The News heartly favors tion of her services. Its State affairs will be changed, and who had secured his appointment, I hope to your sorrow. We were wero burned iu effigy, while sevThe State Commercial League their retention, belioviuc that tho is making rapid preparations for interests of litigants, the bar nnd never destined always to be ser- eral thousand people looked on And gel your UUekimlthlng and general no hope rex democrat. the State mass convention on tho the state will be promoted thereby. vants, but, like all other races, approvingly. Tho offonso was that Impairing dune al Washington, Aug. 10. -- Special.) will and must bare onr day; you the pnatiuaslur appointed a negro subject of cmiuigratiou. It will ron toji reeaE. ho held in Louisville on SeptemSenator Pugh snys he does not now have yours. You have pre- man to a place iu tho registry do expect the Democrats toenrry any dicted that at no very distant day partmout of his office, whoso desk ber ill nnd 25 and offers r.spiondtd ICIbnltcr MrreM.J Obion ani Rtekangt Slrntt,) ( Oorntr opportunity for tho active hustAn announcement of Mr. Thos. of the new States admitted not we will bare our race war, aud we was along sido that of a young lers of Kentucky to get together G. Poore, candidate for Clerk of even Montana. SIuco tho law hope, as God intends, that we will white ludy clerk. mcKMAN, and take steps to increase tho the Court of Appeals, is printed which created the now States was be strong enough to wipe you out I'rlwa. My Contending political factions (Sood Work at prosperous wave that has already elsewhere iu paper, Mr. enacted various combinations have of existenco and hardly leave In Fort Bend connty, Texas, the moito. set in. There ia nothing political i'ooro is western Kentncltv'a can. been made aud certain influences! enough of you to tell the story. "Jaybirds" and tho "Woodpeck Kdr.Hlf.!. WORK a pclntty.-- l in the movement, which compre- didate, aud should receive tho havo been brought to boar that J.t is bound to come, and just such ers," had a pitched battle, Friday JOHN P. (J KAY. hends tho organization of an raar2G-l-f united Bupport of this section. will, in all probability, sweep the cranks as the editors last, on the streets nt Richmond. IJureau that will bring His long experience in clerk's off- four infant Stntes into the Hopub of some of our Democratic jour- Winchester rifles wore used, nnd population to tho State. ices is a suflicicnt.gnsrsntec of his licau ranks. Tim only prospect nals are just the right set to ix men and ono woman rrere kill fitness for ht position ho scoks for Democratic advancement iu it. It is fate." ed, while others wrre wounded, W. T. Davis, the tlsfuuliiug Iu other .jG he is an unexcep- that r.p.ction is for the representaHostilities havo ceased, but both of tho Touucsseo State tional candidate, and if selected by tives of that party to show the FALL 1ST THE BUmiMirH. parties aro resting on their arms, Wheel, has boon placed under the Democracy will fill tho bill peoplo that they are being systeUamnlil. 'Fnn.. A..n D T9in? And there may be another outbreak KliNTUOKA. nrreBt and he will bo prosecuted. with credit to his State, his party matically plundered to pay enorHICKMAN, James Robinson, an aeronaut, who in spite of the presence of tho )o( The arrest was mado at tho in and liiuiHolf, Tho voters of this mous pensions and bounties to unstance of T. II. and W. P. Duke, of comity, not long ago, in conven- deserving porsons. Thoy may be- is giving exhibitions at Jackson Houston Guards. yon O 1VE MB A TRIAIj when repair warn done, uresuen, wuo wero uis bondsmen. tion, passed a resolution recom- come weary of going down into Mound Park, just below the city, T Jtlackitnlthlng keep a or line of on alao full Wagons, Ac. The Mosses. Dako state that they mending Mr. Poore and will doubt- - their pockets and putting up their had an exciting experience this had been induced to hold tho mut- less instruct for him at the proper earnings for distribution among afternoon. He was advertised to Undertaker's Goods, ter in abeyaueo by tho pitiful tale nine. political spoilsmen, and for invest- make an ascension and leap head Common, Roocwood, and Solid Black Waltold by Davis, but lio lias made no nut ColQni and Canea, wltiob can be Gltrd ment iu enterprises which do not first with the parachute. A thouspeople assembled to wltuess 1IO.VOU TIIK FX.AC, up on (horl notice, and at rtanonable effort to reimburse them, and directly or indirectly benefit them; and feat, prieca. (life me a call. the but thev didn't witness it. Uio.y have found that his statebut so long as I hey believe the The The JMT Shop in West Hickman. who nttcn- Republican party is always ready balloon rose to the height of ment wero wholly fulso, ho mayl!5-8(It'll llnlniiti A.I. Mil " viciously squan- "- - til A rnifllinn nt AAU.UItl, 411 nt, to champion tho cause of the mon- several nunureu reel and was then tho other day, each wore Binall eyed blown directly above the Missisdered tho funds of the State Wheel. in teres la and the peoplo, national flag on the lapel of his sippi river. It was again beginning T. coat, and all public buildings aud there is but little hope for Several stato conventions ascendency in the North- to raise when part of the top blew have been held this year by both vniiioiefl wore qecnrateu wltli 11a west. off, and, a quautity of hot air esAnORNEYS AT LAW. flaga caping, the balloon rapidly dceend-ed- , ,i,uiu gruui ouuisai inriien, uui ttountwas a duriuff the reaulon HICKMAN. - - - KENTUCKY good sign, nosering tuero IB one marked differouco In Thu and with the parachute and JortN L. Sullivan was senton the resolutions adopted from thoBo the old flag and loving the coantry ced to twelve months' Imprison the professor fell in the river. He WILLailend lo all builnceacattaited formerly promulgated. Last year go logctiier. no coufederateem tnent bytheeourt at Purvis, Miss., hung to the bar of the balloon and Office Furniture Factory. almost an tne conventions adopt blema were displayed, says the for prize fighting. Referee Fits- - catao down with it. He sauk benoT8.'76 ed resolutions professing great Louisville Commercial. Patrick pleaded jrullty to the In low the surface, but reappeared sympathy with Pnrnell and for the diotment against him, and got off almost immediately. wivkh WANr:t aturwurr. (tausc or homo rule in Ireland When it was seen that a fall In R. S. MU11RELL. wun a vmo tine. Aiirionca pe This year tho conventions havo An appeal for wives has JuBt titioued by the jury, eourt officials the river was Inevitable, a skiff ATTRIS1T-AT- LAW, been silent on tho subject. What uceu uuurusueu oy aiayor waeei aud citizens to let Sullivan off was sent to piok up the balloonist, r ortr Cowglll'i Urag 8lor,) (OBc I is tho reason of tins! Has Pnrnell wright, of Taooma, W. T., to May with a 11,000 flue, the Judgo re and it was within two boatlongths obtained his end! If this sympa or Hurt, of Boston. In Mm HICKMAN, KY. ti fusod to show him any clemency. distance from him when ho fell. For Bora Fjt, tuy was expressed last year to tion Mayor Wheelwright says that As soon as the balloon touched COWOILL'5 E7I SAL VS. Assistant Seoretnry Bussey the water it roso again. The proWill practice In all tbe Coarli of th catch the Irish vote, nro they not mum me nuum ieu men to every In a pension Firet Judieial blitriol. voters this year! woman me Territory, aud "that rendered a decisionwhich he held fessor held on to the ropes and ?For Nearalgla and Rheumatism, yesterday, iu fmarl8l the Mayor nnd Common Council ease the dishonorable dlscbnrgo of allowed himself to be drawn up a COWaiLL'S WIAOIL OIL. that THE formation of a white Re ofTacoma nppeal to few foet aboro the surface of tho the people publican party in tho South Is to of Mus8achii8ottB to seud all the a soldier is no bar to ills asking water, and as tho boat was pulled I-- For Pilea, ror nnd obtaining a pension. Un- under his suspended body, ho let bo aided by ltopublicnn speakers women or marriageable age COWaiLL'S PILI OINTMENT aud leaders from other States, who can bo spared to the Territory that der this ruling the patriot who was the ropo slip through Ids hand nnd The Original Wins. aud shot in the heel whilo running nro to maKo missionary exnedi city, with a viow to makinc Plea WOT JCIIcr anil jwngworra, droppod into tho boat, still holdC y. Slmmona, St Louli, rtOf M. A. Blmmonn Llrcr Medicine, lUl'd the enemy may become one ing to thu line, and the balloon COWAILL'S TXTTXB OINTMENT, on special trains next spring. sant tho homes of tlous thonsauds of of. the nation's wards, mid assist Alio- .bow xonc Tribune has an- ludustrious young ll.tllln.l'roi.'rA.Q.Simroom LIt was towed ashore . F",,or " "J zcuimasa. HB- - For Wormi, nounced' thut this field has bceu bo glad to marry. men, who would in reducing tho surplus. Hurroo Courier-JournaCured INDIOSITIOW. DlLlol'tNEK, for Tan or and Bussey! too long uogloctod, nnd mnst be It is not only from Great Brit-ni- Cowgill's Pleasant Worm Syrup wiiraniAicK liaAOAcin ,i.oit looked after. The negro is to Go POBTMABTKtt OENKK.uT WAN- ArraTira. Sour Stomach, Ctc but from all Unropn that cap. nT. i ii. ucama, il. J. recogjiizod just siiilloient to keep AMAKKit has been interviewed upcontract for furnishing tho ital is flowing to America to be in- SATISFACTION OUAllANTJiKD OK Tub Ctiurth, Allm, Ttnn., wrltta:"! TUB MONEY KKFUNUEU. ,uu him in good voting. humor, and the on the subject of civil service re laouin niTt Men aim Dul Department with pos vested. Tho roason Is said to bo lor your Ocnulne M, A. with glow- form mid officiul changes. He tal cards during tho next four tho common belief across the whites nro Llrtr Medicine. I have For Sale by the Proprietor, eometlmci hid to ubtlllute ing pictures of prosperity that snys that "whon wo havo turned years was awarded, Monday, to water that it is only a question of tul("(oryour iledl ?' I "Zcllla'e ii aoa-- i aninir ue will result from a continuance of out ns many democrats as the dem- Albert Daggett, of New York. timo when Europe will be involved J, W, C0WG1LL, Druggist, cine, out pulpOM." n tariff policy which leads to tho ocrats turned out republicans, we The estimated number of cards in tho greatest wur of tho ages, and Dr. , II. OrT, Editor Tkt Hlcfcman, Ky. J4flS8 Oittlt. Memnhli.T.fl. iivai formation and oxlstonco of trusts will stop. We nro a little behind required during tho form is two tho industries will go to destrucI received pickagiof voacLlnti High protection now, wid wo can novor turu out thousand million, ut a cost of tion. Iu that case tho prudent aud combines Medicine, and have utea hello! IL A.. A.. Ilwoikelikea charm. I weal no is to bo proaehed and bribes In more than they did." Whou this Is $800,000. Tlio postage on theso want their savings invested in tho better Liver Iteiruletor and ccr. PHYSICAN AND SURUEON laloly nu wore ot Ztilin'f nilituia tlio shape of ofllues arc to be held done, the reform will be complete, cards will bo S20.000.000. The only spot wbero they nro safe, in HICKMAN, KENTUCKY out, and the negro-ito bo kept in Cor there is no use turiiinr out one cards are to be iu throe sizes tho riohost, most powerful aud bit I'rofemloDat Servieoa 10 the back ground until tho elec- republican to make loomlTor that ut present in use, oue a little peaceful country on the globe, OFFKRB of flUkmnn and vicinity tions are over. another. namely, the United States. larger, and one smaller. aalV80 W. T. DA Via, iisoil-les- s Many of tho very best citizens have fallen into tho habit of deAUO. 2.1, 1889. The OountKP, last week, ret"-tin- nouncing almost any rosult in poFRtDVV, to the probable fact that the litical matters which does not run clkuk coder ur wvuxtM people, lu their sovereign happen to bo as tliy desired it, nt the August election, bntlil' as "a trick" nnd tho work of "trickXt r inthorlcl Iq announce Mr OEO And this too when thev It. M.IUIMIN ni ft ninili.Ute Tor Olirk proved the call for a Conatitnt)0"-a- l sters." Convention, took oecuNtot to Inrn lint nbln to noillt to n Sltlfflo Hour! of AppoaU, oiitj'fll In Hie action u( I ho IVrooeralio tflale Conttnlian. say that 4,our present constilnti" real fact to justify such n charge " Is one of tlio grainiest mid beat Such charges are notably cusiiinjnrity on i limn mucins Known Tiik Dcmocrntiu to civil"" tomary in legnrd to eon volitions Login-InturJoint Imllot in the coming (.internments, and tbntthe iicjlde and primary elections. wi'l bo HO. ouuuiu .iruiuuoij which 100 On "J So much of any such charges iTiu'ciiin fiom the returns tlnt innovations The and experimental as is founded upon any real fact, changes." Coumuu reity'u", should bo fairly heard and the Prohibition voto In this State these assertions. J but we submit to those 11,000. lias dwindled to loss than Hut, if experience had noting of our readers who havo been iutluouccd by indisAT tlio recent election in litis gested aoine needful changes, (he NometiniPB n criminate charges of this kind, If Htnti", Wbnrton, Democrat, nnd vote approving tlio call for sudi g u con-Bideie- d, CliiiiiKi'N ffeeiletl DcslretJ. a'"1 Mlt4blhtown - Iii Kentucky, ns well ns outside of ll, there has been n great deal of bragging about tho great fertility of the Hlno Grass seotlon. Aud, to hear one of these Central Kontucky chaps talk, you would nntn rally eouclndo that God mado tho Hlno Grass and that the rest of the State was left in chaos. Such is not tho case howovor. Tho 'Penorilo" district Is God's country aud lends Central Kentucky In tho production of all the great crops, of which tho Stato ia noted, except blue gross and hemp. Mr. O. Y. Wilson, tho Commis-sione- r of Agriculture, has just sent out from hio office a table showing tho productiveness of ovory county in this State of all the crops. From this table we gather these facta which it would be welt for our Blue Grass friends to road and digest. Iti the production of wheat, Christian lends all the counties in tho State with a product of 505,000 (pen-erile) Teimosseo, Is dead. Tim Mississippi jury knocked llarinc pircliiMil Mrn. 1. T. tjinhicr'n John L. Sullivan out in short or- cnllr slo.'k nf Uoolca, HUlloniry, Fane; der. Ho gets ono your iu jail. Good, Ao.. I will continue to kttp on Clrncrnl JVfW.s Ileum. RxjOov. John C. Bkown, of New Book Store'F. P. KENTUCKY, "Wall, UAYOE, BIO n otil aland, a completo line of ilON. Jno. (J. OAUMHt.B was kanil, at llirHOOKS, given a reception hy President SVIIOOt. STATIONKKY, XKWsiwrxns, Diar, of Mexico, Friday evening, MAGAZINES, At. at the city of Mexico. An; of the abote not In lne wilt be Maup S. will soon mnko an nt- - pruuipllj procuro! upon application. I trmfu to lower her record of Come and aro me. KM J. CUNT KLLIa'ON. i 2:8 3.4, which haH novor been I Hi! just returned from the oarkets, and is now OP UN I NO UP I3NTES Br; Gooi; Notions, Hats. Shoes, Ami, in fact, ft full lino if NEW GOODS in every tlejmrtmcnl, and at Prices that Dcfy'C'oinjictitioii. lie invites nn inxjiection He gitar- of liis Stoek bejbre purchnwlnjjr clucwliore. nutecs s'aUt'fiictioii in Quality nnd Price. cquiuul. .Mr. Hoimer, her owner, claiais that she can trot a milo iu VOJIJIKRCIAI (vowin.i, iiuocio CALL e kail iM SEE HIM r IR,E3TiI -A-BTiE3 . .frj( ! a DOUGLASS fellow-citizen- lAM'L BROS ISBBLL, Has n aplcmlkl Block of the very beat ntnkcs of nil kintls of Hanlwnre wliieh arc ofletctl at ONEPIUCK, anil that Hie very lowest the market tistiflcn, All Roods guaranteed to he exactly an rcitreBCiitcd. 1 7) h BREVAED ROOFING A SPECIALTY. sixty-seve- n Fakis Pakker, M raiTFG C0MFAHY9 Prop's, W. MORRIf JHO. Ic SON. office-seekin- g - j"rJdd ITima t3iityyw ftrVbpaae;!- ADST33 COK3ST MAJiurArrumiitH v y 3VIE3A.L. o' Agents for Morris Machine ft-- Works-Engi- nes and Boilers. noglO-l- y Browu-Seqnar- d WILL OUINI) MKAL KVKKY BATUUDAY. HEltTWECK. BALTZER cTcb". MAUFACTUIlKUS OP TIIK CKt.KIlUATKD to CO CO Brown-Sequar- d 3 S3 m1 -- Ms Witting HICKMA1T fK GROCERIES Family Groceries. s IN- - 53 m CO CO WAGOIT, IN HICKMA1TI THE OLD RELIABLE! CH AS. A. HOLCOMBE, .0KAI.KR iimiiis, luiidEs, faints in h-m- m, aae-i- r post-maste- r mm: x c; vx. jam: jm ur. CAKEFULLY COMPOUNDED. "& ItPUESCITlOINS J. P. GRAY'S, Rock-botto- T- - T-- n. t3ray,o & Gqw UKALEllS IN hot-heade- d UKUdS, MEDICINES, IlOOKf?, STATIONKKY, ami Helirml Siipnllea. Fancj OOODH, TOYS, and 1'IOTUKKS 8UNDRIKS, PAINTS, OILS, WINKS ami LIQUOltK, or MeJIcal AOENT8KOU THU lias-te- n See-rotar- y mns d mm -1 A. F. OLIVER, ue. Domestic Sewing Maoinne. lapi8-188- ir pnXKIITI01VM 7 A Nafr:IALTl'.- - FURNITURE. FUBNITUHE. 8 C!1TEPHENS & IVIYLER, UEALEB8 IN fc Dem-crat- ic l7Mf0i fl.A. &R. TYLEll Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, XIXC1CMA.IV. ami xcKrvrucicY. FurnitiiM at ireall What to Buy? r -- Cp-- tl WASIISTANDS, WARUR0IIE3 liOCKKKS, TAltt.ES, BUREAUS, CHAMBER SETS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, At., And we guarantee onr price to be Hie lowenl. OIe n a trial and be eontlnecd. MT We are lieadiluartera on UNDERTAKER'S OOODS, and dlecoiiot all eotnpe-tlllo- n In lliie line. We curry a large line of Wooden and Metallic Burial Cue. Itepalring and Job Work a fpeoialljr. CHAIRS, ARE of Plain, pricta. We carry a all time, WEradureilOKKKUlNn all grnilea full line, atMedium nf Fine Mr 111 - Hicksian, Macbls XtY. Wsrks. THAT FIGHT to-wa- r Jno. W. Morris A Co., PBOPE-IHTOR5- . BAHT IIIC1CMAJV, - 11 l. Post-offic- e Slm-mo- DR. EflLRIS Does all kinds of Maohlno Work. ItopalrlnB done with NoutnosH and Dospatoli. We gnuranltt all we do lo give HttUftxction. Having locatoil with now tools, and the beat Mnohlnista in tho Weut, wo Holicit a share of your trade. Piping, Brasa Goods. &c. constantly on hand. Wo aro agents for Saw Mills, Engines and Uoilors, Iron Koticlivg, . CorniBli Work, Oylindor Shlnglo and Hoadfug Saws, l'nmps of all kinds, &c. Pipo-Fittings, Stavo-Saws- - - BOILER WORK AND Olflco noar N. .S; lalBty jm. 3D jw w: . 0. Depot, Cor. 7th aud Moscow Avent. Mlllinc cj: STAVIS lkU f u . Uaatk . fckj $ nB $ j4 ,igcil'ar. 2 gtttttttttHttttHBf'T77IB!B11 .i'U.'V(s w - 7 .Wv j ia iu. aJ'll'jal ... w .WtaS'WH maam 5 BKE5S&E mvmmammzim KP rvi'mmmm- fflrJ.T X:lm',m'mmtmammtk' ClrcuitCourt convened Mohdoy, Jttd'go Handle nnd Commonwealth Attoruoy CroHslnnd representing tho State Judge Knndio's charge to tho Grand Jury was notably ono of tho most earnest nnd in behalf of tho enforceThe Largost nnd Cost litook or ment of law, over delivered from tho Fulton bench. Tho caso of Spectacles, vs. Moachain, tho Commonwealth for killing Llltm, Fulton, was continued to tho next ikUvMHlPrW uLE 1 term of the couit. Several minor Stnto cases have been tried. On Tuesday tho case of tho Commonwealth vs. Henry Montgomery aud Aleo. Cooper, for killing Henry Pruthor, colored, was begun and occupied the attention of the court up to noon yesterday. o)No verdict up to the hour of going to prcsB. ! Court will be in session tho whole of next wcok. Go to IiAI.T7.KR Si Siiaw'h for Tho Grand Jury has returned on cheap Dry Hoods. The; propone 5 Indictments, ami tho intimations , (In ritlimn, ItMI lo iiiuke It hot for competitors nro that thcro is uot much busi, rwlitnift rn yi4t (! ness beforo that body. ( ,, 14 through tho uumtnor moiutirt. finrlli cvUmn n y4r . 20 (IRANI) JURY. July 12 TiBUnt aiJ !,?, 4prtlt"tnnl II 6f n itwh. Atal lhrlltfU) fill CnU (nrr ub vb R. K. Millet, foreman; W. 11. altltla.J liriln A party of Hlcknianltci, uino Watson, II. D. Howell, 8. W. HfUUn( ur fof iJ4 UtM altMtl) lr trttaU, IfMiaiflng iitft,tf cnluniM rvWa toJJIIluital or Its Id number, went up on lb DtHolo, Henry Da Is. J. A.Colt lnrjM will l iu U Sunday evening, on in e tcuralon i nMirir, ruUilu. ml tl.tfti. of n lins, J. A. Crnig, Jack Hall, J X. will fit at ln ftcf Afrit! tr , Drown, A. 11. lloudurnut. If. tlt.(trtt M( for . 1.41 nolle Tho city Is having tho VCst in,t!r tuia.!..-!- 1UrUrptr tlu ch rtNli K. Ucevcs, A. J. Gruham, N. lllcknian Uft. raUl KHrral kt Mcnltrce, L. 11. Coombs, and D.O. Mill wkler. A alutle iuiJ Btdal The Leading Jeweler! BtJRLINGAME. 1? MMaaMMai C1HCU1T tOtltT, CObNOlL PKOOHI3D1NOS. HicKMiM, Counett met. 1'rtMnt, Mayor Cowglll. Ceunclluien Parker, Ilaiutgc, iihaw, Scaltk, Maxwell and Iltckman. The minute of the latt ructllng wr read, approved and tlgr.fd. ACCUCNTO Kv, AuS. 201b, 1889. II ft7 mwmm wwit.i vmmmmmm --. I .wwaTMjMgt-n- T w tj ? d B BE !3j 'M- STJRdT, nPi ,! TO - tmmmn. h ' ww"mwr m w - r H J 9 RBiAD THIS ' it Watches, Clocks, Musical Jewelry, TO Instruments im FOUND IN THE CITY. -- GkLv" ! f UiTn . Crt gl Tirietl The following account wer prenled on motion wer allowed and check ordered lamed fur lb amount; $1 0 C. A. Iloleombe, for coal oil, Aulliony Collier, for fttdlng prlton- 1 10 era in look-uAKHl TO KKUIT nice. A p'lltbu wa prtatnttd and rtad asking the Council to remit a fin and eott, In the cat of tli City of llicku'an gaint 0. II. Cloar, for $7 76, rrctnily (teetted againit him In tb City Court Upon an Intetiigatlon of tbe cute, the Couucl I declined lo grant Ih petitioner' requtit. Poa MOK OS CITY HALL. On motion a check wa ordered Inued lo T. K. Wllburn for $tSU0, amount for work done on City Hall, he having completed hi eontraot for lame. m. - "Jntmlf' tP' aJfi. TKl W 13 Urn H ?&' properlr apiiroved, which m io J O j. V I O F HAV A VBKY II O I 0 B 'lB L E U T I O N nW s--- fl DRY GOODS IN AJflL LINES. in this M GLOVES; Our DRESS GOODS arc tho Finest, Prettiest and most Moderate in Trice, cvegsnoun LACia, KMDKOIDKKIIS and 1UIHIONS, from tlic cheapest to tho mostostly. in Solid and Fancy Colors. town, with 'nice Trlnimiuga to maicfe; IMPORTED FKENCli SATTEENSj HOSE, Tho very best quality of Ladles ami Misses COTTON SILK SILK MITTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, adv.ebtisiito eatzs. iieru to jr th trur II ! tul Lnu-derdal- lrttI t rrt. tl. llam-soy- , A Look i at This .Sola (i Th City Clerk reported tint b had deed lo Mr. Wm. farktr for 1 of Lot No. SO, In while ctmetery groundi, the having jiaid th 8o.pl. of toe Cemetery for tamt, HK1KKD Or' ONK-- ALF OIT riNI, Meaar Kingman & Iluinar having aecirlly lo lb city for a fin of I'.'O 00 recvnlly auea.el azatnit Jo Wlth, in the Clly Court, aaked lo be releaaed from tbe payment of of laid Tine. On motion tberequral wat granted, jolt cauat btinu ilionn for o doing. lf one-ha- lf crxmav idt. Ac, can bo found on otit.;Cotmter!, at Remarkably Low Fiiurer. We have a very large nvortment of f. Wc havo the very best class of Ladles and Mian CUSTOM-MAD-E Staplo and '.Fancy ippQrs - and Shoes GROCERIES which can be bought from uh aa low aajanJL . nousc cin sen: . V ! Hurt!. ir ir r ivjuh. tr tu ir r II II nut tl4, nnlop, ! .m iM.iai.u, i l,nr II...I., If lM a.t lt..lh... C.r.1., II toa vast Milting ( r1. If ym w..l Mall If t waul "klpil.g Tin, If v.. .., t'lrr.l.ra, Jot I. Ml. Ifilon.la.Mval rilHTINO anj ! Mtlilh.N, a.li.rau.rt M.n.r, JVM r.a lia. j..r w.ul. a.tl.aI ., r.lll. a! II,. ll4a, ...I n.l. l.tllile. ' Courier Job Office. S. K. DAVIDSON, i (OlEee vjfc-,.B oTtr Cowglll'i Ilrug Store,) UlrhmwH. ?&o5G!iAL ICrntiichy. LOCAL NEWS. " mtol Is Tub Coi'Mna. S. Goldi'ARU has just received ojll-tTbli remedy It IxcoiiiIok w wII known n largo Btock or Mens, Ladies, HIc.m., K;. popular Lih Williams, a citizen of and to All w,oa. to lim.il no tpeclal men- uoys auu Uulluretrs Olioes, which tion. Oil have clecirio Uhlcrii nro or excellent make nuu mate VTinpi, (ii.tt. Couoly, wti killed, bf lb eong of praitc A purerj tmu Ih rial, and which I am offering for eaniioo ball juienijvr train, TuJjr. He metlfclae ninenot exiit and It iJikk dSco., lltnl onlj aft mUulci ftr brloilruck teed to do all that ii claimed. ennrim. sale nt prices lowor than such Klfcltic lr lb Iralu. Illller. will .ure all diwaee. of lm-- IJver. (lUalitV Of gOOtls llHS ever beforo Tho dull season is nlioutover, i ii J Kidney, will remove Pimple, Holla, been sold on the Hickmau market. which we propose to put down lower than bl wllb Ibe eonliK ol raolcr wotvlbir, au noeum ami oilier allecuent cauaed hy ' Utve IIIO a trial CUnilCO. they were ever sold in Hickman. impure blood ibbulor.a of (lit loon will pick or. the ly.lem and Will drlveMilarlafr.ini f S. GOLDPARII. pretrut na well a. cure all Ilitt It a atosj lime Id btfln an Mtcrtlat Malarial fever.. Kor W TKTIT JUH01.8. Duck llros is tho nlaco to have your t'yes tested ami fitted to tho A. T. Thompson, C. If. Sams, W. It. Henry, J. W. Flallew, G. V best l'ubblo Glasses. auglO Johnson, II. M. Kirby, P. J. Oil-eStreet Commissioner Wllburu W. C. Davidson, W. II. Wado, .. II. urcn lining .onif ,v war t. on 1L. A. W. Corum, J. P. Vorhino, Nollo rarpiir.ltan llnr. Hertwtek, Htllur Hodman, II. M. Johnson, Geo. II. & t u.w wurchuui. Threlkold, Jerry A rovlvnl Is In nrocrnsi nt Menitroo, A. K. Hampton, It. P. MoConncll, J. A. k. Poplar flrof (n.pllil) Chiireh, ibti Uuilerwood. J. II. Sent, J. W. com. row iron lllckmaa ! Men Thouins, It. H. Gurloy, N. J. looJIog tho nljlit roceiloii. J. P. Cttslck, H. II. Woodall. COO PCMTI MrT.HtrnsTsoxo'snts. run ntNl l i. tvl l.llk.lat.ari If la Klretrle lllllrra. K TOt'Nfl, r, I I nr In tho VERY LATEST arc The City Clerk wa dlreottd to notify STYLE, and for Wear and Comfort. the owner nf Old lliekman clly lot", No, 'jy, 30 and 31, lo hare Ibelr pivemenl on Jackton Street repaired with brick within THEY CAN'T BE BEAT! the nrxl IS day, or lb lame will be done by Ibe city at tbelr expense. TOflTtLC WITU CITT TAX COUECTOI, On motion tbe l ouncil adjourned lo Wc have Just received home nice two and meet Monday tvinlng, Sept. .'J, at the three ply, ALL WOOL, utual hour, for the purpoi of (tilling wllh lh uity Tat Collector. whleli made noririau to aerAia rAVEMurM. OIL, A. N 1 Attttl, W. I. McCUTCHEN, C. C. Hits-har- t, h.m niioemT HHOKSI! CARPETS, i Building Material, Always on hand, ind will compete with any maiket in this line; OIVJ-- J - A1.B0 1 Mattings, m-e- Cloth, I Hue, And our friends will appreciate this fact when they call and examine the line and Low Prices wc can give on the very best class of Goods. US A CALL, AND WE W1L& MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO BUY FROM US. u2-t- Wo hear tho name of Esn. J. Powell lias moved .on approTf. Ilit plan. Mr. .1. H. Dot mentioned In connection with the Into lit. m re.ldtne. -1- 110 HAUOAINH in Ladies race for County Judie next year. If he Miss l'liuulo Clay is visiting and Misses Shoes on tho Kcuiuniit a.h.Anl.1 -- il. H.unl I. ...L. t.. Counter, at frltnJi l Fulloo tbl. wfii ...!.... for Ibe otuce may bogln at once jyl0-4J. AMiiKua's Sonh. t repair their f.nee. ind olher-i- .t William Oyer, of McKenzie, trengiben Iheir clalraa Tron . at la Ike ellr Ibta wtek, Et. Uoax i on llrooks, the suspectod mur of tk oidot Mrs. ClatA Wllburn Is visitiug dtrerofTbot Utltrbaek attUkloa, HieV. nJ IhoroURhlymtciatraie in th county, undertlandt Ih varied man count, hat been captured at Jo titr .uttlitr l CaupMltTlllt, Kj. dutlc. of lit chief wvglttrate-tFullonl.- n. officer bat Ark., and Ktnluck Mrs. l'lorcuce Ijiiulrutn, of gone to bring Mm bark, 'iX.Z:l ' i.";.. Unlou Oily, It ItUing In lb ell. -- Tho Waterways Convention ' ' that Dirrl at Cincinnati on Beplerabcr b Tho trouble originated over The view of lliekman nnd Miss Stella Clay is visiting her horse getting into Parker's mrrouadlnK country from lb eiiola of will be Ih moil Important a Hair of lit Itlrr, Mr Htna, at fjerabiiri, Trim. until men aro among he new eollf building tier In In iM.ccuniry. Tbe peoniagalflrrnl Nash, txyond JtMripllon. A goodla view ran alto kiaJrciidingbrld clllm, village, and town cornneltl. nud most respected citCapt. II. A. Tiler, of ple tho oldest TfHB l alien lltf court ihlt nttk. be vlllr, bad of lb river both above and below aloog Ibg bank of tho Wratern and Boulh- - izens of the couuty. Urauau wont ra nvr ar directly Inltrt.led in hl Mr. llcnj I). Thoinnssnti. of town. county seat and surrender ctnrrnllon, and they ahould begin at once to the llrotVtrlll, KlorIJa, will ltlt illcLman Tho Democratic majority in lo at that Ihtlr builoti inltretl, tbelr ed to tho Sheriff. Ho claims ho .011. Ihl. olbelal. from all but Iwo emui. own weliare. their future pruiirlty it acted in Cnpt. 8nccd Strong's family Ilr, 8tal, It .13,018 Tbe Iwaeountl are take car of. Every en who atltndi to llmaUrd at Ib.y volr one ytar ago, aod It Ibla eenveollon, providing he la Inlereat. Ufi Tur.Urror SI Loult. Ve r'f A Inrge stock of all kluds of 1I1I. txrvlltni (.lull lu from our mlJtl. It Mclrel will aot ebang lb at lb iiavlftabl Sowhitr Machine Needles some Of ur. nf la IbeMr. I'M. Starks, tho popular niueli. ilreima of Ih Wttt and South, will re thing you linvo not seen 3 in n eelve a cordial wtlcoma from tbe nlltor of Ike I'lilliiol.n, ba. hrM allriii! A flro at Fulton. Sundav. ilo. pnper. Come and soo thorn at tb I lie tlroytd a btrn for Mr. r'nn (Elliot. inx rourt Ihlt etk, ajil rolilnj Tb. 1IUGK HKOS. augIC a hloak t kulldint', and a t'm ir xxtt. jun.ii! nn,, N. Walker lll. big connagaiion wat narrowly avarlea hr IMitor Clms. A HUUI.i: KKKLKR Nllll. II rd lllciman yf.lrrilajr. rrpreiriitt Ibe prompt action of Ibv ntw rolunletr Mr. MadlftAti Adtmt, Br., one of the old. Coliimbu aoJ the Koriuu pro.rout anJ Art company. (Vanar.rl.rr. KurJ ) etl and met highly reipecled cltlirna of Ixsmloj; Fulton coiuil). died al the reildeneo of t. i.ottis man lias inventou a Tho Young Mon's Christian bit daughter, n 1'ror. Garvin llurch, of this Aateclallon will bold tbelr regular meetMr. Alonto' Clark, In twiu-unl- l Htljustablo kool ship county, on Tuenlay the 18th Init , and clljr. It U.tlilif lb Drrabun: Crntl ing at lb Melboilut ehureb, Sunday which can bo used in rivers or ns 11. oJ. Oartla I a la ptrfarm.r on a evening at 3 o'clock. Servleet will eon wa burled al I'npler drove, Ihl eounly, a deep-wate- r ship. The adlnstn .llJIaf till of lllble reading Bowing an J Iltaji. on Ih Wih. Tb deceaeed wa bora bio keel is on tho centerboard march :ui, itir, in Henry county, hy., Mr. Wm. ltolio, an employe lag. Kverbody Invited. andveltled In I'ullon county, March, 1841 principle. It is claimed that a of Ibe lllekm.a IVai Kaclar, bJ 8a(r Hringyour Watches, Clocks, lie wa an aelltt mtniber of tli Minion-tr- y 1 .(KM). to n vessel oosld be mado to .pill op.n, ImI week, bj coiulag lo Bo Rapiltt Cburcb, and alway nteemed draw only seven feet of water, and Jewelry, &c., that need repairing, l.cl "lib a tlreultr ". at au ujiilf III. honorabl and good cllliea that such a vessel could load nt W. M. Smith, of May field; to Hob llttck, tippuollu MIto!mV grocery, at lluek llros', mid he St. Louis or elsewhere on tho Mis Vfbler, Campbell, of I'adiicali; r'lourmi;, will repair thorn its a flrstulass R- Out Tliomja, asJ Ilea Frtemaa, of Pulioii, Bissippl river direct for F.uropc. workman should. ap'Jd art mDg lb tlilllof allorntt. Will on MONDAY, Sept. 2nd, IKS'.l, open a lion in deep water the raise keel In the home on ihe corner Dr. 0. H. Hubbard nnd wlfo Turnor Crcodlo, n very worthy SchoolCumberUud Blreilt, formerlyWabath could be lowered fourteen feet If occu, i.ltla; iptat -0 rrlurn.tf iowtj iiu-J- iJ nocossary, thus giving great stavonog uldtautty ssd f.t:l!y and nu(3 (f ur ihrtt raonlb In Ik niiuutain of Kait hurl atkit.uu Ttiei.lay, while htlplnc pied by Mr. Chat Clark. Fulltn, bility to tho vcR8ol. It would seem Teunrlite anJ Wet Urn North Carolina. In inovUg torn railroad car. If wat I have found by experience, ns if some such vcbsoI ought to be Mr. Mfit. Adams, Jr., and wife, alive Tuetday ettniog, hut hi tojarlea Rays tho editor of ono of our ex- constructed, giving eitios in tho of MarinaJubo, All , tc earae STcr lo wtre pronounced nr.artlf fitsl. changes, that littlo rod nuts can- Mississippi valley direct steamship aticnJ lb fuueral of llielr (nILer, Mr. It is not yet cerimniy known not travel over wool or rag carpet. communication with tho outsido Milon A'Umt, rlurntJ liuuo WrJntf whttber Ibe e.tl fr ConstitutlonM Con- I covered my Uoor with com no world, Jjf. defeated, and vention ba turn Mr. Goo. Carpenter, our nowly cannot be known carried or for ttveral ilai Thtre baize, set my sofa on that, nnd A beautiful stock of Ribbons, eleeleil Jailor, wat ui from lliekman are 1600 pool bookt (0 Iw examined by lb havo not boon troubled since, WrJneiiUj afltr bit moibtr ami tltler Kterelarr of htat btfore the remit U Cover n shelf in your closet or Laces and Flowers, together with Children's Headwoar, nt olio co lo kttp bout for liim. We rr(tti known. pantry with flannel, sot whatover icffilln);! npl2tl loit (bit fooU faralljr. Mus. Jones' I'ultonlan. Tho lliiildlug and Loan Asso- you wish to keep from the nuts on TIIK NAMR TO TOD, SIR. Wultcr Woods loft Tuosdny ciation met latl night and effected a per It, nud - thoy will tit once disappear. for lliekman wbere lie lii areenie4 po.i nsctnt "rtin'"!'". Offlcer elected for I. have- tried It. Padncah wnntn to pot along in a Cm. the entiling year are C.J, Crockett, llonat elerk wllh Uaillh, Klllton W. 8.H. llar'li, viecpretidenl, and n friendly maimer with her neighbor Wr clie.rfulljr eoromtnit lilru lo lb la t'oii.nmiilloi. iMcnrnbleT ouag gta 0. J. Wrialil, aeoretary, treaturtr and of lliat nlaco at worth There is no causo for a Rea.1 th folloning.-- Mr. C II. Morrl, towns. The atoe!ailen I now ready 10 llcman, Clinton Democrat. Newark. Ark- - aar. 'Wat down with quarrel among us. We nre all do bualnea. TTrojr IUnntr. AbiweM of I.UDg, and friend and phyai-cia- n down hero in n "tight littlo Isle" Wo nro selling our remnants pronounced me an Inourablo Con whoro our IntorestB are identical, of Dress Goods, mid all kinds of tuinpUro. IWgau taking Dr. KIiir'h New and our prosperity a thing of com Circuit Court this week. Wlilto Goods, ho olicap that you Dlicovery for Contumptlon,am now on my mon interests. I in body or Head tho Council proceeding. will tnlRs third bottle, and bl work souio good bargains by on my farm. It is lo orertee tbe farmers settle in Fulton the flneit medicine Our merchants nro expecting not calling ever in ado." or Hickman comities, tho effect is a (tixxl trade Ihlt fall. Jyll)-4- w Jeaae Mlddlewart, Decatur, Ohio, aayi; seen in Paducaii. IfPaduoah esJ. Amiikro'h Sonu. "Had It not been for l)r King' New tablishes a manufactory, Mayfield Tho fanners say thoro will bo Anthorltatlvo nnd reliable Dloorrry for Coneumptlon I would have tli fmeilcoro jltlJ Ihlt ear m known. haa It Ibal lb tngmetri on lb dliil of LungTrouble. Wat given up by and Murry and Hickman receives lliekman k Southern llallroad doctor. Am now in boat of health." Try beuout. As trio pebble east Into d Tho "knowing ones" nro pro-diIn j froit b Ibe 15th of next month. wer to eoiumtnet th Inttrumialal It. Bamplo bottle 10c at J. W. CowgUVa tin. lake producos a wavo that of that tin on lat Wedneiday morn- Drug Stoic reaches to the fnrthost shore, so ing. Tb nwi, from lb tame aonrc. from 0. 11. Kowlwid has been nu industry established in ovon I'o.tniaittr at Union Clljr, Tcnn. New York City It encouraglnp, to theef Tho secret of "booming" a tho remotest corner of the Purfeet that work on lb road wilt be repidly A lovely lino of Hats nnd Uou puthtd. town was loarnod in tho West long chase produces a wavo of develnetn alwnyB on hand at Mrs. Jones. A man natnod Willi for .1 Will-la- before it was known in the older opment that sproads ovor tho enBrethren, let us A dog, supposed to bo mad, wat arrtaled at Charleston, Mo, latt States. The first thing after n tire territory. wat Mlltd on Ibe itrcet tail Saturda wetk. The warrant for hie erreit wat li- town is laid off nnd n few houses join together in a common band crenlng, med by a New Madrid ootinty juatlea of built, and it has attained n popu- for mutual good. Paducaii Stantb peace. Tbe warrant charged verbatim, btiioko liouso of Mr.Thos. that "one Wllllford William dald lll lation of two or three hundrod, a dard. Tho nowspapor is established, and tho Dillon, Hr.. wat robbtd of tetral ptecv on pair tcut and one pair pant end "Wk read about I,000,0o6"bu8h. of meat KrlJay nlghl tut. otbtr nlrtackle from the home not Illoig-e- n "booming" prooess begins. Tho ola of wheat, but few people rea tu htm." Tho nam of tli oounty was people boom tho pnpor and tho A now mid largo lot of Spec, written "New maldrld." papor booms the town, nnd in a lize what 11 vast amount it is. Rut tncles just received at Huok Dro. if 1,000,000 bushels of wheat wero Couto nnd boo our largo nnd short time n city has tnkon tho auglO Spcotaolo cases free. on bushels bonutiful stock of Ladies and pluco of tho village. This secret loaded itfreight cars, 500train IS would fill a Tho beautiful residence of Gents solid Gold nnd Silvor has been known In tho Territories in a car, Capt. Bnetd Hlrong on Biotoow Atcdii, miles long. If transported by Watches. Wo will not bo under- and now States for years; but in wagons tho Hue of teams would Ii olKrod for rent. Bee notice. Kentucky nud other old Stntos HUOK DUOS. sold. Stick to homo, is the only eafo thoy nro just now beginning to bo 112 miles long. Aud yet wo nil under which to work, if proiperll It soems that Clinton will not Qud it out. oonsuuio nnd export moro than get tbe l'aducah, IIKknian & Southern for jour.elf and frltncl It our object. bushels of wucatnunually." railroad. Tho l'adueali New aavi It will This from tho Cairo Argus may bo HITX'IAL 1.AKC.A1NN. Messrs Hortwock, Ilaltzor & probably run to Milburn, Ibence to a point added to by anothor "if," as folCo, nre erecting a new building oa Clin. near biirlnj,' lllll, ana lnn through Uak Ion Nirttt, ntar their factor, to bt uied ton lo lliekman. Mr. S. Golui'ARH, having in lows: "If this 1,000,000 bushels Wo have worked earn on ollioe. estly for Ihi road, aud ere aorry that It stock n larger amount of Luilios of wheat nro to bo transported by in ha road, may bo interesting to our our been ellbav vain. In lotlng this"gold. Dross Goods, Gents' Furnishing river it would bo carried in otto It ioople oertalnly mined a Goods, ceo., than ho desires to car tow of 17 barges nud by ono tow. reader t about tliii lime of car to know en oppoituntty," i Clinton Urapbio thnt (ho inotijulto't Mug I pitobed In tbe ry ovor, from aud uftor this date, bout; that could bo, us tows aro key of Tho list of now ontorprieoB ho will soil anything in his line nt mudu up, about 1000 foot long aud or latt weK, a m MISS ANNIE BIIHHKON will faoturcra' ltuconl, puniiiniii wideuo Menu BDoeial bargain figures, it would 200 foot wide. That tho 1,000,000 abowa a l'rlrate Behool at tli of growth and great activity In divenlty bo too (odious to etimnerato tho bushels of wheat, which will weigh conimcnc hr all part l'ubllo ichool'bouie on Monday, Sept. of ilia Homli, New bank nro being or specially reducod priceu on eaoh 30,000 tons, can bo handlod in ono augiMw '.'ml, 1883. vory rapidly, Dnu hotel are bo- article, but he nsks ono and nil to tow on tho Mississippi jiver, nud eltotrlo-lighgoodn, nud he in edfety, was proved by the tow t call and exaiuiuo Tho South Fork Sporting ng couetruclol, waior-worwork ami ilrstrla-ea- r lint ar be- I'imiaiiteos to iintun prioea thnt of tho Josoph B. Williams, ovor Club, lb oaua of tli Johnttown dla-to- r, their purpoio to rebuild their ing aUblinhed, and In thn and irtber will provo It to bo to your intci 1000 feot long, whoso rnrgo of of moiltrn elty advantage! dam and lake, Tli poplo might auert lmirovement him. coal amounted ta .11,383 tons.', their purpot to drown the Ut one of tbe tb Bouth (eeai to be leading the entire est to buy from sM-t- f 8 GoiiUVAnu. soalry. irvovr vrneauw Clsb If Hit attimpt as taob tblng -net-bor- e, -- Chicago people aro engaged bulljlnf so .Ir thip "Tl ftl oafr, wblcli 1, la make ll0 mlltl an hour, to b pro p.lM lirou(li lb ..Ir h rltclrlcll. TUU cure of lUadache, Coiitipatlon and InJIjciliou try Klectrle Blltrrt Knllre aatikfaellon guarautred, or mooey refunded ..t'rlct 50 ct. and $1.00 prr bottle at J W. Cowglll t Urug Store. A BUtl-ERAT- i: BAtTLE. Paducaii, Ky., Aug. 20. A fierce battlo occurred yestorday afternoon in Marshal! Couuty, tulrty miles from Pnducah. Camp bell Parker miarrclcd with a tieich bor named Oscar .. ItraiiftO. nud lilt . . . . ... """ wltu c,"b. Hranao cut Pur- , h?r,Wit,,,a k"lf BeVeml li.m08', ," Ilictlllg dangerous WOUtlds. bid- uey Parker, n P0I1, went to Lis futlicrs's assistance, ttud was Ctlt falaIyi t,,e Bt,a0men. TIlO el- - CIXTTBAL J. Amberg's Sons. nt ACADB1CY, TV,t QA.IM til IUII liniuittr SGUOUI will wifcu otjltcw ber 2.1; Ml it it. Adelle Allen, principal of Literary Department; tiles Rmmi flew-in charge of Muelcat Department. Two term of 10 week each. Charge irom ttma ol entranco to enj or term. For information t to rate or enecial ar- rangeinenu, apply 10 T I .ISr STIR J I rd OF'IIES liTG EI IFE. II. AUl.1,1,1', ulyl9-2i- a Ai.t-cn- , Hickman, Ky. self-defens- Frosli Groceries. Tea iindaraienej havina- - nurekaaed th grocery dock of K. E. CRe,"wlll oonllrtue Dutinem ai toe 01,1 uaii, ass proposes la ell a irsed rood, and at a low price at any. Will ipprrciate your trade iuly5 D II. IMYANT. Q tt inr.Mal H e. p.l. fr r;r. ATTENTIOiJVERYBODYI Having rrc-Hl-i boui-h- t oul Ibe Clark Itakery and Grocery, 1 will lie plrnicil lo ee all my old friend, and cii.tomera. 3ti-.-it.- 0 0 Hick-ma- a lrnbi. Delivery you every day. jal8-t-f Sfg" AliinyH Ciilc.-M- , 011 . Oread Iluiitl! Wagon will Vo., visit 3AVI W $220,000,000 ASSETS! -- A-. . (ffl REP11E8I1NTH n-vi-.- . c S OFFICE IN RANK RUILDING, INSURE TO-DA- Y; HICK WAN, KENTUCKY. BE TOO M. MKTHKNY. W MAY LATEIt: 1 . . Vc1M t Miss M. Bright CROCKETT S Union City, Tenn. Prepares Students for College. Gives thorough instruction in English and Classical courses. Tkrmb $20 00 per Session, in advance. MONDAY, Sept. 2nd, 1889. Next Session CHOCKETT & THOMAS. Address, otn-n- s HI V. lreMt, SCHOOL HHaMBMlllwa rr Srt. UDIES' (tUlMWHS SbIIc j. Zsi'ijb, Cliirfcal and Two icparato School nnder Osr In.tmneot.l Vualc. Expense, lowrr tbta anr other artiool nf Ilk. h!jh era within oar knowlcd;.. 40tb 3rd, W). for c.talotu. adilrnt Mat. S. T. UALL, rrvaijent, QltlSd VILLIC, KT, oreni AND COLLEGE FOR YOUNC MEN. . Iqw Utsij HICKMAN, - s,4aiblp KENTUCKY? Hne, atyll.h BIGS for biff (Corner of Jackson aud Kentucky Streets,) H. BUCHANAN, iVrif. C. DALTZKR, R. 1,. ALEXANUKU Ca$h reit-din- t; eit-lit- MICKMA1 BJLHK 1IIC7K9IA2V, KY. 9 OPENED, with new STOCK, out and oul. Tatronage solicited. TEUMS'reaaoaable. KINGMAN 850,000. r & k BOMAR. CAPITAL, ro-po- Iking regularly organised and readv for biialnea.., wo reepectfiilly aollclt the patronage o( all. Aiicoinrciion mnue lor aepoeuor tree 01 chaige. approve a paper running three or four month, discounted at the rate of per cent, per an nam.' a 11 ur-ve- y d II. BUCHANAN. C. BALTZKIt. J. M. HEED. J. W. COWQILL. W. C. JOHN60N J. R. M. ALEXANDER. ALEXANDEB. One letiher nocket book, containing StO In greenback, and ora valuable paper. It was bit on Sunday the 18th laiU 1 Niiea, Tellir, Clnpied Hind, Chilblain, y Corn, and all bkln Krupllona, nnd curev I'ilci, or uo pay required. It will liberally reward ihe Under. Addrets Is guaranteed to give perfect aatitfactlon. D. C. .Moxliy, t remont, Tenn., or Jot, 1. or money refunded. I'rice 25 cent per aug'il-l- l Moxley, Iflckman, Ky. box. For tale by J. V. Cowglll, Drug-glt- t. poll-livel- LOST! Drulw-i- , Tin Uwr Salve lliirklen'M Aritlcn in tho wotld for Cuts, Sores, Ulccri, Bull Ithetim. Fever Nle. Qo'Urfer'Jbb 'OfjTe! Is thoroughly equipped, find prepared id execufe Jol) Work with neatness ' 1 V AUCTION I AUGUST ST. FHEXZ' ULU COi:. t'LINTUK No Sensation. Tbe underalgned, commencing buslneia In IliiLraan, ouly ask a aburo of trade, propoitng to do a iUre, Rtraight busU net, giving as far aa possible value received In each and euiy transaction, and dealing lu no Dentations. A full supply of Family liroctrlcj kept, and aohl at as low prices us any. D. B. BRYANT. July 6 30th and 31st. rv 11 3z P and despatch.-Bil- l Heads, ceaxLH, Letter Heads, Note Heads, StatenientsV AND CUMnElll. VM) STS , HIOKMAN, k, Will close out nt to the highest bidder, on above dates, n largo btock of Mens nnd Hoys Clothing, Hats, Hoots and Shoes, Ladies Cloaks, Rubber Suits for Men, Hoys, Ladies nnd Girls, Tea art UP A3 A 8TRAY.br Jame C. living In tbe town of Hick, man, Fulton county, Ky., ONE BROWN MULK, with while mouth and blind in one eje, with no other mark or brand perceptible, about 18 hand high and auppoicd to be about I" year old, and appraised at $35 00. Ilnd bell on when and Dinner Setts, tfco. Entire stock caught. Olven under my hand Ihl (be 6th ifj will ho closed out in lots to suit he nf August, IS8.. trade ono with tho privilege. (I. 8. WILSON, J. F. - S7, AUCTION, J Stray Notice. TAKEN Envelopes,' Buff Ticket Business Card?; Jf!. ximes-juomoeru- Auction 11N0 at night.- - Mlg!MlT'r t - 7L-i"- IMjggglMil MmmmmfWWmKmfP' ir av. t i j- , 2 tmmxMS-W.t-iammmsIZrZTxJJla-mr-y-- j UaT w - MtaJatrBiil- - Pgyjywanw. . ,'rriwTTZICir r JZjir-yH FTaWWltaBaaaaiaBaiaTLadBilaBia MB?6 i. v. JUJC ... ri. tkimlt. i- - t ianniiitai.iMtii.iiisiiti.mia """M "" iwiiaii tim.irfiatjiii iiirirtTinTii 'i ""T ' r : -- -- -- Tmmmmmmm JLI f T'trtalal Ml ' . tr 'laflibLH dHuaai A -- yvrr - t aJHenatnCaWi4MLMlMlvat InWl JUWrnanWrWlrlllalWalWi i ,.f'V. ,Aitv imMatiMtimmmMMWmmwmMWWZillLj'i IM.-- - J a.. t,. - v- - . ... , . . twi,j it-- 1 "1 " ' I. V LEAKN TO SWIM. The Present is the Season Tor Physically, An'1 Aim llm b.lr1lmllr-l"- 'l It to Arcnmpllsli it Mretrlies Torlh III Ann, to Sae Ywi lr. Talmnce . hrrmon. i Tlm Itr-v-. r j L I ' ' tstJBHMMPIIMI I i I r I-l u li i I! i Y i rAi and In wild glee dlvo or float or swim. So tho toxt will ho very suffgesthe: "He .shall spread forth Ills hand In thninldsi of them, as ho that swimmoth forth liU hands (o swim." Tho fisherman seeks nutunfrofiuontcd nooks. You stand nil day on tho hank of a river In tho broiling sun. and fling out your line and catch nothing, while the expert angler breaks through tho jungle and goes by tho shadows of tho solitary rock, and In a placo whero no fisherman lus been for ten years, throws out. lits lino and comcs.homo at night, his faco shining nnd lil basket full. 1 do not know why wo ministers of tho Gospel need always bo fishing In tho . tamo .stream, and preaching from tho Ills Oranlcncp, Ills good-- r noAibxt"UialoVnnTveopio preach front. , ., . ,1. i? i rnn run unuorsianu mo pulley ot wiu ne.ss. Ills lovo. JJn' pnlf'cnCcra-head,- ' minister who, In lllsckfrlars, fxndou, heart, eycsiaiids roGCr v a were lar lngland, every week for thirty years, out in thata and s deep Jown In the preached from the Epistle to tho He- waves vA SO fir out frotr) the shore that brews. It Is an oxhllaration to mo nothlnshort of an nntlro God could when I como across a- - the mo which I savofs- - Christ leapoS"ttjIor t1'r rns" "f-oI como" to do Thy feel no one cla has frealed,nml my cues r l toxt Is ono of that kind. Thero will." nnd all tho sursreaVotihiiman and nro paths in Hod's Word that aro well) satanio hato boat ags!ns?!Uin, and ocaien oy inmtian icet. ttnon men tlioo who watcnea itira irom mo gaics want to quoto Scripture, they quoto the of Ilca'on feared Hoould go down of saving old passages that pvery ono has heard. under tho wave, and InUc.-u- l Hhfn they want a chapter readjthey othors would Himsolfperiah; but, putread a chapter that all the other proplo ting Hls'brcasl lo Ihejioalntinnd shak havo been reading, so that tho churcli ing tho surf from hisilocks, Ho came s of on and on, until Hejls now within tho Is Ignorant of the lilble. Vou go Into the Louvre at rearh of every ono hcrfHyo omnisParis you confine yourself to' one cor- cient, heart Infinite, arnvomnlpotent. ridor of that opulent gallery of paint- Mighty to save, oven unto tho uttermost. ings. As you como out your friend Oh, It was not half a God that'tratnpled down bellowing Gonnesarot. says to you: "Did you seo that It was not "Xo." "Did you that a quarter of a God thaTmastored tho denubens.?""Xo." "Did you sec that mons of Gadara. It was not two thirds "Xo." "Did you sco that of n God that lifted up Lazarus Into the Titian?" Raphael?" "Xo," "Woll," says your arras of tho ovbrjoyod sisters. It was frlend,"thcn you didn't soo thel.ouvre." not a fragment of a God who olTored Xow, my friends, I think no aro loo pardon and pcaco to all tho race. Xo. much apt to confine ourselves to ono of This mighty snlmmor threw Ills grantho great corridcraofllilsScrlpturc truth, deur, Ills glory. Ills might. Ills wisdom, and so much so that thoro is not ono per- Ills omnipotence and Ills eternity Into son out of a million who has over no- this oneacL It took both hands of God ticed tho all ug"tlvf and powerful to savo us both feet.' How do I prove picture in tho words of- - my toxt. vThls it? On tho cross, were not both hands text represents God, as a strong swim- nailed? On the cross, "vroro jiot both mer, striking out to push down Iniquity feet nailed? Ills cntiro nature involved and saTelho .souls of men. "Ho shall In our rodemptlonl spread forth Ills hands In the midst of If you have lived muchby tfts waler, them, as ho that swimmeth spreadeth you "notlco also that If any ono is going forth his hands to swim." Tho flguro Is out to tbo rescue of tho drowning he t, able bold and many sided. Most of you know must bo independent, how to swim. Somo of you learned it In to go alone. Thoro may boa time when tho city school, whero this art is taught; ho must spring out to save one, and ho t, some of you In boyhood, In the rhor can not get a and ho goes out near your father's houso; some of you and has not strength enough to bear Binco you camo to manhood or woman-hoohimself up, and bear another up; ho will whllo summering on the beach of sink, and instead of dragging one corpse the sea. You step down In tho wave, you out of tho torrent you will have two to throw your head back, you bring your drag out 'When Christ sprang out Into elbows to tho chest, you put the palms of tho sea to deliver us He had no your hands downward and the soles of Ills Father did not help HI in. Alone In Alono in the pang. your feet outward, and yon push through tho wine-presthe wator as though you had been born Alone in the darkness. Alono In the aquatic It is a grand thing to know mountain., Alono in the sea. Oh, If He how W swim, not only foe yoursolf, but saves us Ho shall havo all tho credit, to holp." Xo oar. becauso you will after a while, .perhaps, for "thero, harOjto help others I do'not'know any .Xowlng., Xo ladder.- Wh.n .Nathaniel thliig more stirring and siibllmethan to Lyon fell fn"th"o battle char go In front seojsomo man llko Xorrnan McICenzle of his troops ho had a wholo army to leaping from tho ship Madras ln.thosoa cheer, him. Yhen Marshal Xey sprang had dropped Into tho contest, and plunged In the to ar has. Turnerr-Vli- a from the royal yard whllo trying to spurs Lltl Ihohorse'sflanksspurted blood, looson the sail, bringing him back to tho all Franco applauded him. Hut Jesus deck amid tho huzzas of the passengers alonol "Of tho people there was none to -, rt tit ..I H..1 mil lorsuim- lino aim iciw IT . vtj and crew. If a man has not enthusiasm ucip. enough to cheer in such circumstances It was not a flotilla that salica down anu he deserves himself to drop Into the sea saved U3. It was not a cluster of gondo and havo no ono help him. Tbo Iloyal las that camo ovor tho wave. It was ono Ilumano Society of Kngland was estab- porson, independent and alone, "spreadlished lnlT74,-It- s ohjoet to applaud" ing out His hands among us as a swimand, roward thoso who should pluck up mer spreadoth'forth his hands to swim." the spectacle of a Heboid then llfa'from tho deep. Any'ono who has performed such a drowning soul and Christ tho swimmer. deed of daring has all the particulars of I bollovo it was in 1818,when thero were, that bravery recorded In a public record, six English soldiers of tho Fifth Fusel-ier- s who wero changing to the bottom of and on his breast a medal done lrt bluo, boat thathad been a captlzed boat-k- and gold, and bronze; anchor and inscription, telling to future upset by aSq"uall lliree miles from shore. generations the bravery of the man or It was in tho night, hut one man sivam woman who saved somo ono from drown- mightily for the bcacb, guided by tho ing. Hut, my friends, it it is such a dark mountains that lifted their top worthy thing to savo a body from tho through tho night Ho camo to tho deep, I ask you if it Is not a worthier boaeh. He found a shoreman that conrecommanaj .thorn, nro thing to savo an Immortal soul? And fronted to go with him and savo tho knocked doWifin parcels and inferior lola, ., nf OrsA ollir.r mnn, and Ihew nut out It was . A nurloiis ilnvnlnpment U a fad for origVOU lU V,, stop forth for this achievement. "Ho somo time beforefthey could find the inal editions of comparatively modrin purta, authors, whow shall spread forth His hand in the midst place wttoro Ihe men were, but aflcr a In original paperworks were lued la illilrr. covers In which tbe "Help! of them, as ho that swimmeth' spieadoth whilb they htwtfSthelr cry: bouud. "Vanity Fair" In parts help!" and thoy boro down to them, and ent originalwere forth his hands to swim." covers of brimstono-oolort- d Its In order to understand the full force thBy.saved them, and brought them to paper sold for tlifl, wbilo tho lamvcdltien of this flguro you need to roallzo, first shore. Oli, that this moment our cry wth thcovnra torn off brought only i'.M. might bo lifted long, loud and shrill, Die', e ib' "Master Humphrey' Clock" n the of all, that our raco Is in a sinking condition. You soraatimes hoar people talk- till Christ the swimmer shall como and paper covers of the three. penny rarta in ing of what they consider the most take us lest wo drop a thousand fathoms1 which jt.waa Art Issued brought $17. VJ. while JVsrn all anybody .wonll pay lor the brautlful words in our language. One down. book. man bays it is "home," another man says If you havo beon much by water you snine dftlon bound Into'cae off, or allowed therefore, whn t6ro it Is the word "mother," another says It know very well that wbrn ono is in peril their binders to ofT, the jiapor covers is tho word "Jesus," but I will tell you hwlp must como very quickly, or It will from tho original Looks, thus throw away tho bitterest word In all our Inmruairp.". bo of no use. OnojjmliMlo may,TlocIde what provet to bo worth, to tho tato ol tho word most angry and baleful, the nery thing. 'Immediate help the man bilyers of tbe present day, manr tiroes as much as the rest of tbe book, lcttr-pro- u word saturated with tho most trouble, wants or no help at all. Now, that is tho word thafaccounts for all tho loath- tho kind' of a rolfof wo want Tho caso and Illustrations. The trade In old and curious books Is so someness, and tho pang, and tho out- is urgent imminent instantaneous. See a spoclal book ot rage, and tho harrowing; and that word that soul sinking! Son of God, lay hold Important In Kngland that prloos current has been published. Is"sln." You spell It with three letters, oUlm. He quick! bo quick! Oh, I wish At a recent sale in London a r mall vnlumo 1 and yet thoso three lotter.i describe tho you all understood how urgent this containing nine plays, five of them fthako eiroiuiiforonctj and pierce the diameter Thero was anin in the navy at epeare'e, but none first edition', 'old for of every thing bad In the universe. Slnl sea who had been soveroly whipped for IS.iHO, nnd Audubon's "Birds of America" 'Tryuer After the Vn of It is a sibilant word. You can not pro- bad behavior, and ho was maddoned by brought tl,lO nounce it without giving tho stss of the it, and he Vaped IntP tho sea, and no Saram In Knglyasbe," pub'hhsd In lSi fialilA Of tho lil.ij of sen than, went for fKR0, aodasollsd Hrttrd!t!o:icf tho bCiriK'nL sooner had tor t3X).iL Y. 8tnr. And (hen If you add threo letters to that, quick as lightning, an ar$tvoiwoopod Burns twtA'4octOc'cyetyono otTus bVha- - upon hlra. The ilrownlne man, brought GIRLS' BlfTTHDAYS. o navo ouiraueu tho law to his senscs.selzcd hold of the albatross vujc inncr. of God, not occasionally, or now and I and held on. The fluttering of thOvhlrd An Ancient Astrological l'redlrtlon of Interotl to I,nvr. men, nut perpetually. Tho lllblo de- kept him on tho wavo until relief could An old astrological prediction gives the clares It Hark! It thunders two claps: come. Would now tho'dove of God's character of a girl according to the month "Tho heart Is deceitful abovo all things convicting, converting and saving spirit be Is born In, as follows; and desperately wicked." "Tho soul that might flash from the throne upon your If a girl Is born in Jamury, sbo will be a slnncth, it shall die." Whattho lllblo soul, and that you, taking hold of Us po- prudent hounonlfr, given to melancholy, and fond of fine says our own conscience aillrms. After tent wing, might live and,llvn forever. but Judge Morgan had sentenced Lady I want to pcrsuado youjto lay hold of clothes. In February, an affectlonato wlfo and Jano Grey to death his conscience this strong swimmer. '"No," you say, tu dresi, mother, troubled him ro much for the deed that "It is always dUastrous'for a drowning tender March, a and devoted frivolous chatterbox-- , someIf In ho became Insano, and all through his man to lay hold of a switamor." Thoro what given to quarreling, and a connols Insanity ho kept saying: "Take her Is not a river or lake but hYs? 5 calamity eeur In gowns and bonnets. away from me! Lady Jano Gray. Take resultant from the fao( that when a If In April, Inconstant, not very Intelliami her away! Lady Jano Gray." It was strong swimmer went out to savo a sink- gent, but likely to bo the voice of his conscience. And no ing man, the drowning man clutched studious ot fashion plates. If In May, lniiilsome, amiable, and given man ever docs any thing wrong, how- him, threw his arms arojind him, pinIn dreta. ever great or small, but his consclenco ioned his arms, and thcyboth went to style June, Impetuous, will marry eatly, In brinjs that matter before blm, and at down together. When youjaro saving a beIffrivolous, und llko dresy clothes. in cry step of his misbehavior It says: wan In tho water you-(dnot want to If In July, possibly hamlsomo, but with a "Wrong, wrong." Sin Is a leprosy, sin comu up by his face; ypuwant to como sulky temper and a )wtr)ictn( for gay nttlro Is a paralysis, bin Is a consumption, sin up by his back. You donotwant blm to If in August, ninlabio und practical, is pollution, sin is death. Glvo it a fair tako hold of you wlillo yQuftako hold of likely to marry rich untf Ui drms ktilktnjf- clmnco nnd it will swamp you, body, blm. Hut, blessed le God, Jesus Christ ly If In September, discreet, affable, muoh mind and soul forever. In this world Is ho strong a swimmer, He comes not to It only ghesafatnt Intimation of Its our back, but to our face,tand Ho nslrs liked, and a fatblonahla ilrertsr. If in Octulwr, pretty and coqiicttlh, anil virulence. You a patient In tho us to throw around Illm thonrnis of our devoted to HttroclUe garnturo. , . first stages of typhoid fever. Tho love, and then promises to tako us to the If In Novembor, liberal, kind, of a mild cheek is somewhat Hushed, the hands beach, and llo will do It Do not trust that tllapoiltlon, and ou admirer of ftjllsli somewhat hot prrceded by u slight chill. plank of good works; dolnot trust that drers. fond "Why," you fcay, "typhoid fevor dors ..i.i i"iri;ui jar oi. yourown .J,.. ......... o' If In December, well proportioned,student noyelty, and extinvagaut, nnd a not sfem to bo much of u disease." Hut ChiUt only can glo you transportation, wait until the patient has been six j Turn your faco upon HlmTas th dying otitic" effect W. II plvilrr. In Harpers weeks iindor It and all his energies martyr did in olden dayswh'en ho cried MitRszIno. An OUH expel lence of ll'o increiiea WO havo been wrung out and h Is too weak out: "Xoik. hut Christ' XonobutCliiisl!" to lift bis little linger, and his Intellect Jesus has taken millions tolho hunt and have glowing iidinliatlcn for thocwhii . miller ami Is gono. then you see the full havoc of He Is willing to take youTthere. Oh. patiently and cueci fully do tho A tedious the disease. Xow, Mn In this world is j what hardness to shoo lllm.back when more bearing datiea her nio'.lur uutclilng with children, mil an ailment which is only in Its very first He has been swimming aUghe vay from working day rf tnr tlsy nt fivttil linnl'cii trilling stages; but lot it get undor full way and Hie ihiouo of God to wheroyou m "aw Cares. nneil.i;r thu o's lit lull of hu -- ho.v wo learn to typhoid. Oh, If und Is r ady to swim aUTtliu "way back t It Is an jf i w could sco our unpardoned sins as GoJ ' again, taking your icdocmcd spirit. l.eioluel-U- u ted ricslKoilaii. I "pp-ad-othigh-watGod-hea- Wash., Siitnlny. prrovluil In Ills text wn. Inla1i xxv 11: "lln slmll aprc-ai- l forth Ills liatuls In tlio midst of thnm, ns lio that smlmmnlh sprcadelh forth Ills hands to s Im." Tho j.rcachrr raid. At this sonon of tlio year nitiltttuitr of people, wado Into'tho ponds and lnkoi and river and seas. At first putting out cautiously from tho shore, out having learned tho right stroVo of arm and foot, tlioy let tho waters roll ocr them, T. DoWitt Tnllnago, I). I) sees them our teeth would challer, and have xiimoll mi's thought what u tho ocean bed will prcfltitwhon In our knees would knock together, and our respiration would I choked, and tho Inst day the witter Is nil drawn olh our heart would break. If J'01ir f" Br0 it will lie a line of wrecks from beach unforglven, thoy Bro bearing down on to beaoli. There is where the harpoon-rr- s went down; there Is whore tho lino you, and you" aro linking sinking nway from happiness "Inking away of battle ships went down; thero Is from God, sinking asray from ecry whero the merchantmen went down; there Is where the steamers went down; thing that Is good and blessed. Then what do wo want? A swimmer! a long lino of wrecks from beach to What a apeetaclo In the Ift snlnimor. beach. A strong swlmtnorl A And. lilnosn.l 1m fl,1 In mv trxt WO haP last day when tho wnter Is drawn ' more inuoli Him nnnounccd. 'Hu "hU spread! iifTI M'.ut, oh! how forth Ills hands in thomuM of them, as solemn If wo had on eye to mo tho ho that swimmoth apwadelh forth his spiritual wrecks and the placos whore hands lo swim." You havo noticed that thoy foundered, you would find thou when a swimmer goes cut to rescue any sands nlong our roads nnd streota. He Christ came down In their awful catas-- . ono lie puts off his licaTy apparel. must not havo any Jch impediment .trophe, putting out for their souls,t abouthlm'lf holsgolnjr todo this great "spreading forth Ills hamts as a swimdeed. And when Chtlit stepped forth mer spreadeth forth his hands toswim;" to save us Ho shook oil the sandals of but they thrust Him In the soro heart Heaven, and Ills foot wtre free; and then and thoy amoto Ills fair cheek, nnd the ho stepped down Into tho wao of our s'orm and darkness swnllowrd thorn up. transgression, and it came upoerllls I sk you to lay hold of this ChrlM, nnd wounded foot, nnd it came nboo the lay hold of 111m now. You will fink It dashed to without Him. From horizon to horizon (.pear stab In Ills slde-v- c, Only one strong not one nll In sight th" lacerated, tcraple, "' mark of his anguish. Then, rising swimmer, with head flung back nud above tho flood,' "He stretched forth arms outspread. I hear a great many His hands In tho mldit of them, as ho in tho audience saying: "Well, I would that swimmoth sprcadct forth his hands llko to !k a Christian. 1 nm going tu My work to become a Christian." to swim." Clf you havo ovor watc""1 a swimmer, brother, you begin wrong. When a you notlco that his holo body Is man Is drowning and a strong swimbrought Into play. Tho inns are flexed, mer comes out to help him, ho tho hands drlvo tho wtcr back, tho says to him; ' Xow, bo quiet Put knees aro active, tho htsd ,n thrown your arm on. nty arm or on my shoulder, don't Jry to help back to escapo atrangulation, tho wholo but don't striig-jjohodv Is in nroDulalon. And when Christ yourself, and I'll tike you ashore. Tho ' moro you strugglo and tho moro yoirHry "sprang Into thb'dcop to avo u i. tn to hclpiyoursclf tho more yulmncuo uirutv rut. fiiiiro nniurr itw inn .i peo-tacl- o TARIFF-LA- REFORM. oIT-yo- k Doctrine That bhmilil lie Ierslttentl7 I'renclieit In the New West. .i.i..ioii -- y three-fourth- - self-relian- life-boa- d, life-buo- s. was-jion- ,.- vu -- to-d- raono-granva- In this political tho tnnnngcrs, whon not tho Govornmont tlopitrtmonts for spoils, nro ilovotltig tholr attention to tho four now Stntos ot t)io Nbrtltwost Tho campivlgn, which wlll'closo on Octobor 1, promises to bo of nbaorbttig Intoroit. If by a sudden nnd unoxpected turn of tho political wheul the now Stntos should chooso Democrntlc Heprosentatlvcs nnd Democratic Leglsluturos tho Hopub-llcnn- s would find themsolves In the minority In both honxn of (longro. President Harrison hns twtrnyed solkitiulo In rcgiml lo tho contest, nnd Ohnlrmnn Quay hns culled Into frequent consultation Clarkson, Dudley nnd other mnnivmlntors of elections to consldor tho best menni of btwlng tho now Stntos. At tho ouUtart It U folt by tho lnnnngors thnt tho methods so cuccosslully practiced In somo of tho old Stulos In tho Inst election can not bo applied with advantage In tho common-wealth- s young and uneorruplod of tho Xorthwost While fnt s might bo fried In consldernblo qu from tho protoctcd trusts nnd other monopolies, it could not bj put to very offocilvo use Tho punhaso ol "floatora" In "blocks of Qve" .s not feasible, slnco very fow If any of this class of , voters uro to bo found In tho now Stntos; nnd, in nny event, tho experiment would be qulot and 1111 tako yovi har.nrdous among !,Jjapul 5shore.""WhonTChrIst tho strong ytitinc swimmer, eoineotit to s,(v a 3Ul, the slvo jinoplo, who fr.vjuoiitly sinner" says; "That's right I am glnd trees for oxecutlng speedy jitlco upon X'or would "walking to seo Christ nnd I am going to help mnlofuctors. delegates" of labor organizations, Mm In tho work, of my redemption. am going to pray more, and that will supplied with tho money Jif tariff fed he IpJHlm; and,,Iam going to weep ex- monopoly, bo nblo to mlsind or cortravagantly over my sins, and that will rupt many voters In tho niw States. help Htm." Xo, my)brother. It will not In view of tho InclToctlvWn of the Stop your doing. Christ will do all oi usual Republican campaign methods Yo'u fan not lift an ounce, you In this contest, none. it has boon proposed c'anjTiot movoan Inch, In this nutter of lo.ovqrrun tho fourjnew States with ' nn army of 'nopubyclfn 'your redemption. oUoip boi This w tho difficulty whlfh'.kccps 'twecrTlTls time anil tho election. thousands of souls out of the Kingdom of Heaven. It Is becauso they can not Atnunc tho speakers alrend booked consent to let? Jesus Christ begin and for this Westorn campaign a .i Josoph complete tho work of their redemption. E. Cannon, J. C Hur,rw:j.,Jenjam.In' "Why," you say, "then i there nothing Huttorworth nnd other It publican for mo to do?' Only ono thing have members ,of Qqngross wlio w 11 mnko you to do. and that- is to lay hold ol tho welkin ring with tholr ('louts for Christ and let htm achlovo your salva- "I'rottction to American Indntry." I Jo not know tion and achieve It all. TtflsTls a g ound on w ilch tho whether I mako tho matter plain or not Domocrats nro moro than a i.atch for I simply want to show you that a man their political oppoaonts, ,ind they can not save himself, but that the Al should nut delay to tnku po.Mcdslon of mighty Son of God can do'lt and will it. Tho ablest rcpresentatlios of thp do It If you ask 111m. O, fling your twe DomocratttfBSctrtriics of" TIriff reform arm, tho arms of your trust and love, around this omnipotent swimmer of the should moot tho champions of tariff 'os and discrass. That Is a thrilling tlmo when spoliation in tho Xbw some one swamped In tho surf Is brought cuss the issue in tho open Had. John Ureccnrldgo, How FG. Carlisle W. (X-ashore ind lKinjj watch for peoplo tho mo- George F. Hondly, S. S. Cox, Senators tho ment when ho begins to breathe Voorheos hnd Turplo of Indiana, again, and when at lastho .Ukct Heck of Kentucky, Vest of Missouri, ono full Inhalation, and opens hU oyos nud others who knowtho Woati nnd upon tho bystanders, a shout of joy rings tho Bontlracnts of Its peoplo, would up and down the beach.. Thero Is joy no dotibt cheerfully glvo tholr servbecauso a llfo has been saved. Oh, j? ices to tho cause. In tho gront dobato who havo been swamped In tho seas oi in tho last Congress the superior trouble and sin! we gather around you. strength of tho advocates of tariff reWould that this might ho tho hour when no you begin to live. The Lord Jesus form was manifojt, and it would bo Christ steps down. Ho gets on Ills loss so In this Wcjtorn campaign. The Republican leaders In tho now knees, Ho puts His lip to your lip, an I would brealho pardon nnd life and States would bo only too glad to Heaven Into your Immortal soul. 'God oscnpo this issuo nnd mako n post grant that this hour thero may bo thou- mortem campaign upon tho achlovo sands of souls resuscitated. I stand on ments of a party from which they the deck of the old gospel ship amid a havo inherited littlo but the name. crowd of passengers, all of them hoping Hut tho ff$hi for rovenuo roforra that tho last- - man oorboard mty ho should bo forced upon thorn, in splto savod. M.iv the living Christ this hour: ot tholr ropugnnnco, In every district put out for youj safety, "sproadlngjjfbrthj ot Xorth nnd South Dakota, Montnnn JMs liandj'ln the mlJsl of ynu.ias nnd Washington. Thoro should be no swimmer spreadeth fortn His iuudf repetition of tbo blundor that was swim." commtttod in tho Xorthwost last year, rANCICS-IDCO'.CC. when tbo Republicans who fled In disEltrTa;nt 1'rlci IUrtntljr I'nld for Or gust from tho tariff platform of Chitain l'lrt K.lltloru. cago wero permitted to make tholr A summary of tbo Engllth old book campaign upon tho dead issues of Qrst editions market shova that illustrated are bringing prices that not long ago would slavery, sectionalism and civil war. iNo portion of tlio country lias n have been conaiderrd extravngant Vorkt relating to the American continent during larger interest in this tho burning tbo sixteenth nnd seventeenth cciuilcs question of American politics than reallte enormous tunn; fine eiwctmens of tho Xow West, tho pooplo of which old typography are rising In the market, as, are worm printed In Scotland before 171M,'J must pay heavy tribute lo tho tarW pollers or ncar,ly all and early editions ol old LngllMi autliora. old Bibles, Testaments and typographical thoy buy. and soil tb.oir.oivn prod; w orka. ucVs In tho open markets 6"f tho world The ratuo ol second-hannortnon of natural history depends' on whether tbelr In'accordnhco with thq principle plates aro colored, thosa "lib colorid Iroo trade, fbor this roaSontha Replates bringing high p'rlcss nnd the publicans of thai region ihouTd bo ours being practically unsalable hold down to tho isjtie, no .matter how l Art works are falling; antiquarian, much they may attempt' to wrigglo and heraldic worksnre stationary: nway-froIt Tho Now West Is a theological and teebhlaal works lngjr t ...... ..I.I ,a... huu uiu !..!. uim H.f.. sI...Im. rum u,iv Hold that lies almost fallow; nnd tho ucck i ii,i and there whero epeclnl bauty of Democrats ajid udherents of tho party intl-tlomoW-Nowbo 1 -- ?' - V. d genea-l.trlca- typeg-r.vpajf tariff ref&rin would bouttorly want ins In tho courago of tholr opinions If of thoy should neglect tho opportunity that is n (To rod them for Us cultivation.- Philadelphia Record. BARBARISM Pom IN THE SOUTH. f Hook-owner- r " ftvrffmllnsiy lutrrnatlne; " Pliatt of the Nexro rroLleni. Our rcadorj havo bijon kopt advised from tlmo lo time of tho romarkablo tdoiolopmont9 of barbarism (hat! havo ocon taKing pinco among mo negroes In I.ibot'ty County and other sections of tho State. Thoso negroes nro not less civilized ut Gos-pi-- i. 1 good-lookin- m-- o .. rigiiv-uu:,,,,.'- , s kc than tho average iiogroesjn Jhq country districts of tho South.' Thu whlto pooplo of Llborty County havo long been noted for their piety, their and their entertainments. Thoy nro descended froia I'urltnn stock, nnd from tho sottlomAnt at Mid wny havo sprung somo o( tho most distinguished men of the country. Statesmen. o!dl3r, lawyors and literary rnon havo oorao out of Liberty, nnd there is no reason to bollevo thnt thu negroos thoro aro any moro ignorant than tho uvorago oT thole raco If they aro, in nny part of tho South. It is not boenuso thoy wero loft to thcmsolvcs as slaves, but It is bocuuso they havo dollberutoly relapsed Into barbarism. Xovor wero thoro moro fortttnato bondsmen than thoin that foil to tho euro and kooplng of tho pious and refined I'tirilan families of Llborty, Their spiritual as woll as tholr temporal welfaro was looked after most assiduously, and, although th'o negroos thon largely outnumbered tho whites, as thoy outnumbor them now, tho missionary tempor of tho whlto peoplo of Liberty did not permit tho blacks to sulfor for lick of religious touching. Hut wlmt'is tho nisult? Not many weeks ago a whlto man from Ohio made his appoaranco in Llborty County, nnd ho was at onco hailed ns a Mosulnh by tho blacks, who loft tholr work and followed lilm about tho country. This man, who Is as dnizy ns tt loon, told tho negroes that on tho 10th of August ho und hfs followers would ascend to Heavon. On tho strength of this tho blacks loft tholr work by' tho hundred nnd followed him about the country. Labor was demoralized, and tho wort; so wrought on by tholr superstition nnd tholr religious fanaticism thnt tho whlto peoplo fouled the worst. riimlly tho Ohio crank was captured nnd lodgod In tlio briiitlo asylum, but no S'xmor hnd ho dlsapponrcd than -- said to bo'tho largost :l;h over caught in Indluna' waters. Tho smallest fish over caught iu Indiana is supposed to be holding public olllco nt the National capital Just now. Chicago Nows. There nro very few woolen manu fncturorsln thlanccicof wood wlfb in not now ready to admit that free woo. hns becomo a necessity. Without it the wool business wllluUlm.toty:fnll on tlroly Into'tho hands of foreigners, who havo the pick and choice (if tho world's wool' supply. IMillndblphlu Itccord. Tho Hopubllcan press fondly hoped for a victory In Kentucky. Until tho Itoptiblicnn party becomes a party It need not look to Kentucky. Tho Kontucklnn hns no lovo of being robbed, and ho fools somo Interest in tho genoral welfaro of tho country. Loulsvlllo Courier-Journahigh-ta- x und Jn tho y plntform adoptod by the Republicans of Pennsylvania thu country is congmtulntod upon tho groat victory of 1888, which was "won with a Pennsylvania plntform nnd a Pennsylvania loador." Probably it Is noar enough to tho truth to claim thnt tho ignorant, nnd immoral platform tatilT-reforl. pig-Irofroo-whlsk- Albany; third, the lean Houthern; fourth, tho Michigan A BrArnrc' mentiment tn boner of the Central. Illlli. the CloVllaml. fine Pilgrim Fathers, which bas cvsl fO,00), DRIFT OF. OPJNION. null, Chicago ft Ht. Iotilt (fornwtly I'.e was recently tSedicalftl at Plymouth. EDUCATIONAL. Line" nml "Blir Kour"! railroa.' The'now.found Republican har- vou will bo Impressed with the wonderful A KcxT maUh-saffree to smokers of "TeuMll's lum h ' 5c Cigar. mony in Virginia is of a charactor to (OICSIKUI 01 1110 locn wuu oriik'ncu nu L'.SIII.MIllis. tut 'I IVI.i bl II ) th. Chiracu, 1 ,irirrnlM 4 to onerale under a uniform the be appropriately .eclobrated by a scalp rrutnl and nlan policy, practically n common control, a says tbat the Dn Utrx, tbe eiplnrer, ttrnr. uo tints kuim tterthswi - Psnsiaip,imii dance 1'rovldenco Journal. system 01 rauwaysinatsnou lurnisaunsiir' sen In Oreenland is n VO feel thick KilMr facilities to the Wo nro glad to soo that tho pro passed transportation outlined above, great kiLS,irUrslrfcPaittrtiiitst,m..i and commercial umpire j S) A tectionists of tho country begin to ro a trip over this grand aggregation wul rDlTlTIOt AX i7 I US U I U UI , . A. IIOM- l- Fur circulars, alizo that tho only way to kuccossfully ronvinco mo moai axrpurai soai mo an of Hailwavs, of whuh S--S l UUKM Ull.l II.IU bent tho trusts la ,to reduco,tho tariff. dcrbilt Kvstem Central ot lludson Hirer llm New York Now Haven llcgUtcr. ,. Itillrovl Is llm main ktem, traverse YOUNG MEN very (iiiAiii'A'ri;s Ouorv: Would it. not bo hotter tbo of thishoarl of tho business porcontinent, touching, cither dition XV.tUV Hint for Corporal Tanuor to mako a bluflf rectly cr through Us Immedlato connecDARTLETT'S COLLECE, is lit attending to tho buslnoss of .his of- tions, all the imnortant commercial centers 4 l - I'oerlll ! ClnoliMll, u, v SI 11 couutry, and offering to health, pleas If of ... flco thnn to expound pension theories urethe lir ,114. lietrsi. IslfftUeaetteil nno ousiness travel lariuiirs insv are .i TfonrsiiS Slrdtl ihI tlpuwisol ,gii, by any similar Institution m - Mnessul l.tpui nm not rquallcd at picnics. Buffalo Express (Hep.). r ini.iim-i,"- i rhnt, lor llnl Smrmol vqJAMp Curetf Wo fear brother IfloOlllS .. Lrrtmt ,lltjpll SUflMleil in Halstcad's An edition ot ono hundred thousand copies b! wwi'iii. r Shut sui-- tn aaatUTrritiMS chances of tho Scnntorshlp nro not of a very neat littlo iamphtrt bearing ilia , QMrTLYNDPER?!AfEfraY of this article has Just been " brilliant. Thero Is a good deal of titlo nt tho head American llank Nolo Com1253" .tttitv-- i: by Iho AviTHoUPETllrlfJ DFRlrJ. money nnd it good deal of mean man- Utucd of Xow York, which contains much nr.san pany wnr. ssnirisu t mlJsQisTa AKDTJrAitsKfjrrvtPj - Inturu.al!ca concerning Ih.'j i iwu agement ngninst him on both sldos, intrrcstinis' Malt lk ntEGruVSAYnGElIR Ml", nnd ho has poor prospects in his own treat system. party whllo It makes of Forakor an Ix tbe higher realms of Turki-- h scclity It la considered quite tbe handsome thing to idoL Hoslon Herald. give a tnenil u a birthday present a plump Scnntor Ingalls, has loung Georgian or a pretty, fair sktzscu written a loiter explaining his urticlo Ciiru1au. ImSjUJt&VllmhmCl IV I irrift fur Calalotl on fnlt iitfrrm-tlo- it. on prohibition in thu l'ornrn. From Kver since 1WI thero havo been women , VMkttcw. no aoan half as his explanation it would npprnr Hint who claim tbat tbcro Is lUHIttOlt K! good, er as ewnnuileal hs Mr. Ingalls has been paid for the artirissio .iikMii.i.r. i. besomo truth In their claim cle, but Is still in doubt himself ns Try It, sco how much. Your grocer has lu mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBtmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmm tho prohibition qltov to what sldo-o- f In Tub Japanese keep tbelr In favor of. Chicago tlon he wroto fireproof buildings, to be talu-1- out one at a Times. time and admired, and then replaced by an From Columbus, Ind., comes the oilier. Information that n catfish weighing Witr don't you try Carter's Littlo Liver one hundred and four pounds has beon Pills I They aro a positive euro for sick headache, and nil Iho ills produced by dis caught IA tho Whllo ilvor, nnd this Is ordered liver. Only ono pill a done World. patchwork, but not tho oxtcut of demolishing tho hlstorlo gown In which sho looked so quoonly nt tho gront ball in tho vast court of tho Pension building, but from garmonts which had scon sorvico In church-goinhousehold display, nnd social duty In times of knows. dignity nnd in tho rollromont of TVo manifestations and develop- homo llfo nt JndinnnpolU In this ments nro but a part of tlio nogro form tho drossos ot former problem with vthlcii our Republican dnys itnvo dlsnpponrcd, leaving n defrlonds donl so lightly and flippantly. cided voUHn tho wnrdrobo of tho first Thoy aro only n fow of tho results lady. thnt grow out of a situation bt titling Tho fnlr sox rollo hunters ot tho rewith dangors thnt nro by no means of public do not stop nt samples of Inaua political nature Atlanta Constitu- guration ball drosses, but lntorsporto tion. their woll Intoutlonoil oplslolnry requests by a king of locks from tho AN INDIANA HOWL. bounteous tressos which Ho In wnvy Ilooillers Clamoring far URlccs anil USlcIal brown masses threaded with gray upon itrrogiiltloti. tho head of tho first liuly. Thero Is a An Indianapolis dispatch quotos a limit to tho possibilities of nature, nnd mombor ot the Indlun,a Republican np'wlthslandlng hor wealth of tho Stato Commlttoo ns complaining of d article sought, these requests 1'roaldcnt Harrison in this strains nro rcapoctfully doollnod or committed I think president Hairlsja has appo'nted d paper basket, vrhoro to tho eood men from Indian, tut tie his not rccog ovory ono must admit thoy belong. 1 Diced the men who did moil lo vlccl liiui. !1 seems to ha,-- taken pains to appoint men who oven n moiolv of tho nppcals for locks didn't contribute to the rampaljtn. I.00U at of hair for chnrlty or Jowolry woro the appointments In this citr. Albert (I. for-te- r grntlficd, tho presiding Indy would long cent to the campaira. did not Neither dIJ Kamlall cor lUlford nor New. It slncohnvobcondrlvontosuchoxpodtonts tact, not a man appointed from to roplnco nature's supply known only save any money Into tho csmnalen. M. (1 spent nearly Hnrt during the campaign among tho tonsorlnl mysteries of tbo The men who spent wig maker nnd tho hair dresser. andean gel nothing. the most money to help along lUrnsoi's Another fruitful tluuno of epistolary to tlan.1 bark and kpe the otnees election hare tho outside given to men who ms'Je no tacrine during Ihe communication between campalga. world nnd tho Inner circle of the PresiTo tho tinregoncrnto mind nil this dent's family springs from solicltlotts aeoma as refreshingly frank ns r grandmothers and thrifty matrons who colebrnted question: "What nro mako tho care of tho Innor innn tholr wo hero for?" Thoro have chlot delight nnd study. In the nttornnco of this ltepubllcan been recipes enough received for bodily commltteo-mn- n wo havo first the unparticularly In tho Infant nllments, disguised declaration thut "the mon stages of humanity, to constitute an who did most to elect" Harrison wero Invaluable pharmaoojKiiia for Whlto llioo who gave money to tho campaign Household .practice, but with possible fund. Tho statement Is truo enough; consequences for which no one would tho election was bought with money, euro to bo responsible. Kvtmj of but tho World hns been rogarded by stntlonory havo been thus traversed by all good ltopnbllcahs al tery wicked chlnogrnphio efforla which might bo for saying o. n sufficient gunrnnteo of tho simple-hoarto- d 'n tho socond placo the committeeIntentions of tho wrllors. but man's complaints rest upon the con- ndvnnro littlo oncourngomanl upon tention thnt hy giving money to n which to b.nso n very high estimate of campaign fund tho givor acquire a tholr learning. lien upon nn offlco tho of which Anothor field of epistolary effort, will ropay his outlay with Interest. nnd ono well worked by tho Indefatlg-nbl- a la to say, tho accopted RepubThat wiseacres of a thousand houselican theory of populnr govornmont li holds nnd communities. Is thnt which that tho ofllccs nro properly to bo blooms in tho soil constituted ndvLsory "sold short" by a candidate nnd made of tho writer, This would mnko to servo him ns tho means of purchas- anothor chapter ol horrors to which ing his election. llrt Indy is compelled to submit. It is wretched doctrine, of course, tha dally receives directions sufficient Sho but it hns ceased to bo revolting to tho to run the domestic nnd social affairs mlnd of mon'whoo party has sold of tho Whllo Houso Into tho ground to tho money power nnd becomo without half trying. -- Cor. Philadelphia the property of tho country's organInquirer. ized greed. And, moreover, tho President himself has so far ncled upon the tm of Hallways. The VH'lrllll Few persons have any conception of the theory ns to justify tho Indiana man's Ihn lnteretta covered brlho assumptions. When Wnnnmnkcr took maiMiHiiilnufand very few even among tb abovo title, possession of tho Cabinet ofllco ho hnd rnltway fraternity are aware of how fully bought all tho smaller fry hnd reason this vast svster. occupies tbo field la whkh 11 n map nu II l to expect that the tacit contracts with tract)lomtriis uuithe you win New York Central K out. first, thomsolvcs would bo fulMted. X. 1. UUilsoa invert second, inn no ion re Ijiko Bhoro .si Mich Sen-ntorltrvn-.urcsllk-lince his placo wns takon up by n negro justlco of tho penco named Kdwnrd James. This nogro wont Into n trnnce, iiml when ho nwoko ho nnnounccd thnt tho spirit of Dupont lloll hnd entered his body nnd that honcoforth lie This statuinnut wns to bo tho loader. was accepted as truo by Hell's followers unit thoy flocked after Jutnos, who, at last accounts, was going through Liberty County demoralizing tho blncks nnd raising panilumonlum. Xo sooner had Jumci announced that ha wns Christ than hu hliiiipcd oil his clothes and carried on his work unembarrassed by garmonts of any kind. To his principal disciples ho gave tho right to sot up hnroms, nnd ho himself hns in his train a number Children havo boon of concubines. sacrificed by his orders, and n number of negroos havo been boaton to death under tho protenso that thoy wero possossed ot dovlls. Whore this outburst of fanaticism wll end no ono MRS. HARRISON'S MAIL. Uurer Ilemands Made nn the I'mlttenl's Wife by Crnnk Tha most oxncttng, o nnd laborious portion of tho dally of the chief lady of tho Whlto Ono of Houso is her corrosnondonco. tho prlnclpnl subjects of the Is tho roquost for samples of They her Inaugural ball oostume. como from fomlnlno sources, of course, nnd In tho nppo.ils for tho coveted fragn homespun texment of tho tile, tho nemo of epistolary composition nnd loglo is often reached. In tho kindness of hor heart Mrs. Harrison hns gratified many of theso slmplo appeals from tho fabricators of crnxy quilts nnd lmle. rou-tln- corro-spondon- sllk-wovo- Cnnnitenen Ilegot nfRuccess. JSS ro,nndo1ntaft,ioniBnufacturersof that Dr. tloldcn l 11 'i"?.?1 """"dy,Iuit it Pierco'a all that Describes the eonilltlon of msnr peop's detilllUleJ Discovery, will do hr dlsetie, or ofertoilu lhevrpiescnt,in tho euro ot liver, blood tir tha mim wesllier, Jiulthrasillelnenelnlto llooil's8srsr'lllls foellnn.lururlfrsnd li,n1 ossreomethatllreil . blood. an,t rtire the lest appetite, II ;. " nn jrurr iHinit they now foot warranted iiiiiiiv soiling It nl Ihe ilunslih (od ueaiclna be sura lo trr Hood t In (as tou reed a v . .., uuiiik, inroiiKH uruggistal under n MrsapsrllU. "Mr rratlle ws poo'. ' could not sleep, M "luvoguoraiuoooi Its .... I.I r . ... ,. Rivinu autlsfurtloit nr bowels OVneV .lan nn m,mm be,Ui li a rnt deal, pslnt In tor .it did nut inosB tMuitilr- Hod's airsaparlllalna refunded. Nomeill.miu of onlluary merit mut'i toed tbttl feslllkta eoiiltl ba sold under such severe conditions short Unit did rat Mr rlnS n't ch" "' with profit to Its proprietors, and no other nt rotn.ImptoTOl,' USOIioa K, ro '!' JACKtoic, tppetile medicluu for tho discuses for which It Is stnllon.lonn. recommended was ever bofaro sold under n &uarnnteo(if a euro or nupay Innllblooii of ivuntover iinmo Or nature, It Is most txwltlvo lu U curatlvo efpH f til Hi slxfurlV. I'reptrtd onl fects. Pimples, blotches, eruptions nnd all bO. J. HOOIt A, CO, Apolheesries. lawell, Mass. skin and sculp diseases nro radlcntly cured 100 Doses One Dollar this wonderful medfclno. Hcrofulous diseases may affect llm yinmia, 'eittslss UuLD UUUAL, rAU18, 1870, SWClllnSS or tumoist ttiA tmnA. t J'fevor soros," ''wbltu swelllnns'' or "VV. DAKIUC & CO.'S or tho tissues nt tho luD8, causing pulmonary consumpllon.-IirmatI1f in ivhlcnonoof its ii,vrliwirniis It crops icr I) cut, ormsmfost itself, "OoldCn Medical Dlscovory" mil cure it f used perscvcrlngly J3llrl " It nhtoli, trlv jiii re a ml HU. ,11 uiuu. 41 It talnMo. lrm tltm,.M.t. nt .mm. n ., it.Mtu.t h.I.a. (f n Y r ttf4 lu trriwrMtun. It hit tlscmcnts for Dr. Sage's Catarrh llcinody. Mltt44 lrs H li Vt vt Iff I Cm u tA wftft trt?Ht AniMt A ,WBAic solutien of Carbollo ncld and v IS 11 W tiu$tf b4 W tHtftfstflMUt tl water, saya nn ex. hangs, applied to rows fen f with a brush will protect thrm frara files, rf, h it likiMt. ' UkUf, Tho odor repels und a littlo carbolic add for (rrri'iKB re. I ai(j t Mwinrii. odor Koet it great Way. esU-yJlli itl MmltaMj tft44 hx (t 111 - Weak and Weary !, llot-bu- Hood's Sarsaparilla .lrjll. tr "hip-Join- dlse-aso;- " - 1 11 No Cliem teals 1 'lij I ii Ilurllnelim Ifoute Ttirnugli 8lerparsUallv tu Terns I'olnts. On and after August 1!, tho C, II. A J. 1L It will run In connecinii with the Missouri, Kansas , Texas Hy from Hannibal, n slejiiini; cur from Cliiraco to Halves- ton, Tex; without chSnge, thus maktrg n new slut. dally Imu tMlnccn Chicago und Parsons, Dcnlson, I'U rifslaliaJ It. Worth. Vaco. Au.Hn. Illusion. Ualreston and otser points In Missouri. Kansas. Irvtlan Torrlry and Texas. Tlio sleeper will leavo untrat'o on tno iiuriinKion a iasi ira.n "HIl" utSMJH. ra.datlv. connect with V. II. (j train leaving lVorlis nl S :2t) p. m. dally n Rs-- i rcica .oxsjs pwu manr bout's quicker thatt nnr ether mute. Throagh tlckota ran tin obtalncil of llekct A ecu's ot 1110 iiurungion route nnu connect tnr nes. P H. Kustls, don't l'ass. & Tkt Agt, C, IJ. A Q H. It, Chicago. P. Hti1t lir sUrrsrr firrjwlirr W. DiUwER & CO.,Dorcljcttor, Uasi. Tiitfs Pills Js an iuvaluaNo remedy for SICK HEADACHE, TORPID UVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, COSTIHENESS, MALARIA, AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. ,- t i-iev, lit Indta-ispnl- ItocsErsLtER, tho Htandard 01 mi lionalrc. Is the head ot u ayndlcat whioh said to bave boucht up all tbe Detroit it brick manufactor.es. Joux D, Sold Evorywhoro. . WIRE o w n Ati ttMinltirtVn t.garj, A tendeuer lo rheuutatttm It uhdoublrdlr Inherited, t'niike many ether legiunui, 11 remains In the family. Tlio most eflivtuiil means otchcckiug this teiidenev, cr of re Ki.f Woven Wire Fencing 'tta-- IfetergrAWIro Ropo Solvugo "fcrf"-rT t:tmm Inn-Iga- mbvlnglnclplent rltcumatltm, whether tlio bk.l or nut, i lo resort to Uosletter'a aVmach bitter ns aeon as the twinges aro felt. Nullifying ba lntluenccsof eld, exsuro and fatigue tbo Hitler not enir torUnea tho tjtleui TO S PER ROD. apainst their hurtfuiConaKjuenew, but auti AIIlMtt4VVttt'A lMai,TM4,eS malaria, liver and kidney eomplalDt, ssimV 111' MfSM'li.s-snd licivo dstuletudo. tew (arts M,ta,Mfc Acar.mru. emplotBient Is IndUxitrd by iribS the advHlsemeot In a Umdrn paper "Lady wanted to draw at boaie original for coffin f urBiture." r7"t3Pw"Mtiir1 po (lN-m! G-"o- 7'IT'" ti- i,8,ii- - in mir liasitiess' It verr racd ail vice, but allll there are a groat many people bo have no resmlar and in the world III-r- PAV3 THE FREIGHT.' lr prcfliaWo buMne.s in stick to. and arwolher wlxsura fo41svdni;aUneof bust nets wuWh Is manifestly unauttesi 10 ioin. li lb .Sow, when ii bad betur writ to 11 K Johnson ct tu, Uicuwond, ' Va., ami aea If ihevcan not git 0 ton a pointer They have heiiwil n groat inanv men and women along the way to fortune and now aland ready la nuisi jou, too Tut proposed ocean eaWo connecting Han Francisco with the Sandwich fstandt wul oe 3,0V) miles long and eest tl.fXO.WW. 1 JOM-- i Crr tiliai' at, rr ImdMlbff , j l.f I '.'( Sk llllliis.llllvt soo, ll I JONES it n t VAaH'1 . WrH Isi1-irs- clef Ff 1 tot . . trimitiillittiiMnm Tl M cvttswiMiii B. OP UlNOHAMiOrn IIIMIUA.SITO.X, K. Y, uiniit' iicol. TT Us Husinc, Htiort hand or Tteerapli wunn win us nm vsaaurass iiryoni cc Diraiion liuslaess UolIee of Loniavlto. K.r.. far lta elegant t wen tv fourth annual caukik'ue and lilhogrspa. ueadveriiBH-atlnlhlspaier Krrtir Ttmat nan er lo.lv whn desires n OPIUHsSMSliCURE r vo'S rri.a f " It-s- Is sakt to W more In demand Makk for public lectures tian nsiy other speaker, does net new lecture at he although be formerly did. Tw-ii- i,sr ,iiiiom-w,k- i. 5jtfi l s Flsssm. nest the skin often produces a rash, removable wlihlllonirWuftliurS. Iliii". llmir ud IVhUier W cnnU rllll M . W int 1. 111 I'm Kiri.il a. . -11 r r., , l)t, ie Two itt!5Ptn xti srvrxTt nv ladlet are clergyrnen In tbe United Hlatea and iccupy pttlplu. Fon any ease of nervousness, sleeplesa. Beta, weax stomach, tndlgettioo, dyspepsia, relief Is sure in Carters Uttie wver nils, PENSIONS HMll TT" lr !'' llMk fMi.i.,fst'u. . n ana i 11 s1 ni-liii- . irini ms DlPyCT MIUS, 1"- Paws, nircte fairs I'iunCI II iuiiU linl. lllilUt. II. r JistHIMMS '"-- 1 f trfS MflMM. maftintaa-ftrltrweesstila- rlir 1 K,IU.WU, t !Sn!Sil kl,.U scales 5r.:nssw.tifflf.,A . 'lli e 1 111 r it-H- ". !- r irM? rj. 0 QJ sl's lll'isri ul MW 25,000 KI 111 1 . . . ,r,if.,f.ii.a. sl. iar lni iMJll; AHUtl BRYANTS, STRATTON Business College irr-ir- JOSEPH H.HUNTER ati. J brlo-a-bra- DrniNO the last) ear 8,W0,615 cotton handkerchiefs, besides easy linen and silk ones, were imported Into Japan. Thompson's with Koro Uje ute Dr, lr afflicted Kjro Water. Druggists sell it. 2fc Io 1. Urowimo) nnd ablppiog oysters Is becoming a lively business at Pousucola, Flo. ... Clvri.-CKAT- t, I.lVr.STOCK-Cntlle-Comniuj AH V) i.ll iimica nuicners IlOasUmiinion .. . lliioilpnrkers. 10 rholeu. Klir:Kl l i.rtm nn ui Oil in rlioleo. ? tlo-K- , , Kl.OUIt Corn No. '4 mixed......... Oats No. a mixed.. T Itye N6. HAY l'llmr to eholre 'lOIIACCO-Medliiiuleur uiim.x Bred ivii?i Na Kainlly ,j rvu ..,. in .:.. , 4 im ft (St It 01 J 3 .n 3tr ttsis I ' SUITABLE t v , . 10 01 44 t .11 li li . 1UI si. a it Cl t SI M 71 MS 41 ILLUSTRATIONS ... K- - FOR AlMY SUBJECT.' While showing only few specimens, ot our Live Stock Cuts, we aro fully ablo lo fill ans; order for diflcrtnl breeds ol llorsti, C.file, rsultry, Sheep or Swine, and In fact anything pertaining to stock raising. We do not, how ever, limit ourselves to this line, as we havo Iho largest stock ol Miscellaneous Cult to ba found anywhere, thus enabling you lo select a suitable illustration for any subecl. Special attention Is Invited lo our Duslnest Cuts anil thoso denoting Societies, Orders, Games, etc. Can also furnish you . . .,. I'lto VIKIONS-ilViriv OsH-M- lfd rOIUC-N- cw I'rlmo to choke rreuimry.M Al't'l.llrl-I'rlm- e, perLbl ... l'OTATOI'.H-N- e. p.r tiliUt... NIIW YOKIf. , KLOITft-Kl- atc und Western , UltAIN-Wlicut-- Ni). i red .... "i;!1" ?fft Corn No. t infintnew , -- Hess.. . II M'iiHII l!.1 0 Lsrd l'rlin stum... 0V1 ...... W'lii IJ BUTI dairy II U , flood leaf Ci II 13 01 C'tU IU W 1(11 III (t I!4 it VI I HI 10 it t HI I I t 0.' I.ARIJ KLOUlt-MWIseeits- In Chlcngo Dudloy In 1888' wns 11 Pennsylvania affair, but what have and Harrison to say to this brazen attompt to confer nil of tho bays upon Matt 8. QunyP Chicago Herald. A few weeks ago tills paper put' denouncing tho apleli oil an pointment of Jamos T. Morgan to the ofllco of Indian Commissioner In place of that sterling Democrat, John II Hy inlstako this article, an Oborly, liouott and nblo Domocratlo production, was credited to tho Inillumipolit Journal, Mr, Harrison's homo organ, Tho comments, it Is hardly nnccssar) to state, first appeared In Now's tstcomod contompornty, tho Indianapolis Sotitlnol. 1 Consul-Gun-cr- uiiiiiM a itneai roitic-Mcss LAltD-Bte- m.. ltd. No. Chicago sprlngM...,,,., Corn No. 1 Oats No. 3.. Mo n,e . It . Western slrntii CIHCAfJO. tvlnier 4.,, !..... .... ...J....... Aim Ill ft :'. in Ct 41ti- (HI ol) ll'i uliUl ft c ui I ,V l7 ,18 tft ",:: ::.".rj... M a)ii$ t '" tt '1 I 1 .... , DI C1-'- 10 ! IIAI.TtMOKU FLOUIt-r-nm- ll)OltAlN-WhcHtNo, Hundreds ol Columns of Humorous Cuts lose led from, and anv one wishing Illustrations for eilher long or short articles ol a funny nature cannot fall to find exactly those they will want. a Correct Likeness ol any American or For elgn Notables, men or women, embracing all those loremotl In government, pollllcs, war, science, art or sport. Oals-M- ied rOHIC-M- ess I.AIID-I(nlliied- ...,.. Uirn Mined rn .... j K''t as u .1.AS!..... n .1 41'ifft 4t'( j I' u) ii ' Hi a HQU3 OIlAIN-Whcat- No Corn 3iits-M- Ued Mlied..,,, I .. INUIANAI'OLta 8 red m. , .'.!... '............. s. n . HI- -' HI J n T1 it C FLOUn-ANOKAIN-Wh- eat o. L0UI8VILLH. Mlird,,,, No, 6 71 M si 70 .11 ..,, A. nl scrlpllon we also carry on a Geneial Jobbing uu.inwjj m tieciroiyping and Slereolyplng, al Iho lowest posslblo rales for thoroughly reliable work, and we respectfully solicit your orders. Write us lor csllmales, specimen) or sample sheels, and In doing so address us i v "KmJt!it at the most convenient olour seven houses. In addition to IlinnMnn Cnl W..mWJmwirEE t ' vtSKKOuLM Corn Oats-Mixed red. ,,,,,, POKIC-MLAltU-Hle- - ei. am O & ilia t THE A. N. KELLOGgTnEWSPAPER nnr tTM CO., m.wi, VMt .11 - o 1 ar kani cur. 11a 74 70 to cast sih St or. pauu. 1 1 v vatfv ' V tWJ'y3w'"' t " i sA-- - AJtiSalsJtiiitV t, j