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 hic1889090601 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. VtJSVl, r . t - :siSR!s?aKiai2SCf 4 ""f" i r aaaaSJII gliiWIMf:?. iauilijs":j'." "SWrY '"i T" -- V?CrAf . - THE HICKMAN COURIER. I JS.wii5' lJrWiyV I m GEORGE WAIUIKN OfT.riv-Jm-kso- mil i'x L' ll.l:H -- t ' lii - ,1 i -- S ... . - J.I w-w- - . sj-- w- MM i -- r- K mt ml V . H k. ' "W "l m m. m m X COURIEB 1885). FfifflJQB PRINTING KXKCUT1CD 'acz- t. iiUJHflEATHESS BALE BILLS, - AHD DISPATCH. ' Street, next door lo 0,ty Holt L'rIfooiVjtibscrljitiontiBlSO CEOHCE WARREN, Editor. J n - V ' I-- --- . THE OLDEST NEWpPAPEK I' WESTERN KENTUCKY. VOL. FREAK OF ELECTRICITY: an Kleetrls Wire. l!icii0M, Ind., Sept 8. A rare, exciting, amusing, and for a timo spectacle was witnessed at Jtrlchart's butcher-shothis morning. Ills In a three-stor- y building, tho rear H which is sheathed with corrugated Inn and tho roof covered with tin. About 0 o'clock this morning John 71rk, went to tho an employe Isck d'wir and carelossly put bis band kfilnst tho Iron sheathing. Ho a yell that might havo appalled a t foanclio and fled. Ho rushed into tho niii room and told Mr. Itclchart and Schwegcman that ho had received siolectrlc shocic by touching tbo Iron will. ThcV all went back to examine. Cbiules of electric light woro twlnk-l- i along tbo base of the wall whero it ,Kiitd tbo ground.,. In thfl corner. Tine " aistsi In tinac-rmntabp ut-i?- T . - j. 5 'cUfHlENT TOPICS. Victohia Is zzr i iTJlH,lSlJEl)J85. v TUCK MAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FlrfDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,' CONFEDERATE WIDOWS. X3N0. 48. )N DILL HEADS, ' INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, call And see. us. DID GOLD NUOOFTS. Largest Tier or (lolil Yrl round Wat Worth Nearlj lff0,O0O. In order to correct many mUstnb mcnls Hint nro olng tho rounds of the press in regard to tho largest nuggetr nf gold ovor found tbo editor of the Silver Dollar desire to publish the. following facts, which bo obtained while commissioner of tbo ("rent mining oxt position hold in Denver, Vol., in 1882. Theso facts wero obtained from the gentleman having chnrgo of tho Australian exhibit, which included modoli of all tho largo nuggets discovered in , that great gold Hold. Thalargcst piece of gold in the yrorW Tvas taken from llyor nnd Hnltmnn'j g claim, HU EndfNow South Wales, Mny 10, 1872. Its weight was 640 pounds; ,hcljjit, 4 fcot 0 Indian gold-minin-- .EiVGLISlYiYNmcATE Its Ok Uuon tlin Cottl Ipltlnhiirch. -- PACING DEATH. Propnrntlonu Mado to LyncJi the, Qogoboo Stngo Robbor. llnlsltar Tarnl Orer to tlin Sheriff, Wlm Starts tilth Ills l'rleoner to Jail. tho dogoblo stogo robbor who was cap' turcd Saturday, was yesterday turnod over to tho sheriff of Oogoblc County, who arrived hero yesterday morning, accom panlod by a strong posso and persons whoso presenco was required for U& ..... tun DriSUUUI, nf l.lnnlirvlntf among them liolng tho driver of tho stago that was held up whon Flpisch-bol- n was shot and robbed. Tho Oogoblo bis prisoner on sheriff left with d South Shoro train last tho evening. Tho prisoner was sullon and .Indent hU demeanor showlnir him to ba twtr"rfjir-i'iV.- -'' thaV would giro him death or liberty. nil tf west-boun- TJIE COMMONWEALTH. VartflHr Jakk Vox (Hwnr was sentenced at 18 Covington to four years' imprisopmont The I In tho penitentiary for the murder of already i young Tcrlau. Nki.i.ib IIAIxes, colored, of Paris, of them the ran whoso husband was killed In tho army, ly oxh has just received 53.M1 back pension, not riceket-- h Sho is very old. Jonx W. PitoTr.LL bos been appointed ln favor storekeeper and ganger ln tho Second oxhlbttfej is eve District from. ' N. Inr.i,L has boon apFnKDKnicic various pointed as storekeeper ln tho Second hair) District, and John Galloway a ganger ln ergo i tho Eighth District Also James H. Mc- ana i Neill, T. J. Idaydoll and John V. Low Pane? I SOlM storekeepers In tho Filth District. F.VOKXK IIisbki.i, Mercer County, W Eighth District, has been appointed a eta natsV cadet at thn Naval Academy. Willi The trial of John 1L Mock, charged hand h Rending dynatnlto to I). 1. Baxter, nnavBer?atTvxiTii;te uib.aiuer . no-ji....i4.-r.i.- . Willi. t LETTER. QuKEft owns a badger. It Is Intemloil to adopt tho electric light In SJrosburg cathedral. Some ladies' Jmot bowii shop wlndowart) $100 a1 pair. A nation.!, chrysanthemum society has Won formed In this country. The potato tuff it making lt appearance In various larts of tho country. I'otTflvc seres of knd on (t.o suuuull of ML Washington tho owner want Iilo-Bosto- IndUavlslt. Nkaiily ovory nun desirous of paylni In Gallop, N. II , doUIriK i,i BUBlllOBa 1230,000. Tiik Society of American Florists has voted to poll Hon Congress to establish a floral hcIiooI. . . A ClIATTAXOOOA lllail tried tlin nllirr Jay to pawn hU falsa tooth to got money to buy drink. Kiiiimuu.iiiNn U at Path, , l.,,ng $t married. ' , ' Tlir. Ooorffln KarmorV Alliance, has called upon nil tho cotton producer to demand 13 cents for tho prvkent crop of cotton." A JUimrT-dowIn Teniienvo lia ! atructed tils grand Jury "to Indlrt all persons who publicly oxprcss infidel xumiikii of Brooklyn capitalists havo decided to opon o hotel on Uio X.v York plan In I'irlA. Nearly Vdry vessel cloarlnjj from Sa I)lcio, Cal., nowadays, carries Irom tjn to fifteen lona of honoy. ronn tiutidred v.lilto families havo Cn1" fr'!n N'orllt and Koutli Carulliia to Arkansas to work a day latiorcr. flDVKliNOli Ipwitv, tho enrrffollo and cxwutlvo of MMUlppi, has elovun children, nlno of nlioiiiata A bandaof thulLnfflUhnvil-.i...- .; nllal- Juts has Just lieen takSr.Tosopb Walton iV. Ca, tho largest til opt rators In tbo Monongahela Valiy, Uaro servo! notloo upon all thoir ItcamboaUnon, among whom aro snveraioU and, high nalorlcd captain and. cnrlncerajtiiit tho flrmwlllnotnecl their (vle-.i.'t- ir tbo ur-oi no, mnniu. it uiso suted on theory best Authority llat all thHr old yearly men such as suiKWWvJWiieHlfl, " .' r. river mast TlieaAlnfjllroS relfus aliuflar nolice Dirt men in rail at thn ilrnTs Lltlre In rittuburgli twi bfto IL JHvits bottled. This action la reianlcd by knowing ones as thn first iniiro towatd transferring tho cotrtpany'a pn porty to tho syndlcato of l.nglish eapl'llsts, mb Mtof whleh !? knorra to hiv lug to buy oufilttsburgb's coal industry for weeks past A, clrcuti anco which gltes much weight' to tl supposition that tho Vnllon ,pluir will xriortly bo bougbt'ont by 'tho synJicato n tho Is a statement that appeared notices sorved uj6n tho employs f tbo w o Aug. ft. What liajsall Oio Bppearanco of iMtf" u,0 nr4 slep toward throwing ovrtlm nroDcrtlos of tho l'illsburgh rw king Into tho U ,Th,,l,i& Pirrsnuiioir, olleo to I,. Coal I'lrm r,.( i:m.,yr. ll.M1ir Wllh l t Georgia Wilt I'rovlila for Ttiote LUInir In llir llorileri. Atianta, 0a Aug. al, OoorglR Is bout to pppjlw tbo widows ofjjior Confederal Mildlors. Ton years ago tbo Stato adopttnl tho policy of pensioning tho Confederate soldiers living within ber border. At tho opening if tho present session of the Legislature) Oovcrnor (lordon, In a special message, urged that tho widows uttd orphans of tho Confederates who fell In lmttlo This recomshould bo pensioned. mendation was roferrcd to n spi ol of thirty, "hlcli hs agreed upon a unanimous report which will bo adopUtd. Tho bill to bo thus reported taken in tho widow only, that l tho widows of Confederate soldiers that died in baltlo or from wounds In tbo service, or tho hardships inoldont thereto, and who Jiavo ro- nwoTflrnimfmeii'ai ttu tttno oi trio The Ttnln Derelnps t'nrlom ritenomena Around a llnllillne Slieatheil Willi AttraetrrevJ Iron and Tonrhcil lr :r..l lha ilsxefofHurl llnrlng. nn Nil roll I.. In fork CorresDooJenre 1 irlndows and counters nro i autumu noToltfee, some ! that ther would temnt lot women to be recklens- Wiog rljjlit and left, and ner puTcrnws until hor PUrim Is that tho nloiraiit. Inlnltsvarlety and thero pew and lr h to chooso leadlnir fabrics nro and beautiful camel's boTy and I English mfarfal eorgoi, Claircttcs nd French caabmores. d MAnqtiLTTK, jllch., Sept 5. Holthaf, loir Ouo thlmrrreatlr yi t ehown In nrnfnulnH line prevail? among tb most atitumO anajinntrr LA fur lA.k'SrwiMsh' liir.tand MtWeo.4 AeeirVUtytknJe)wqdiwi win do necessary lo legauzp meso pensions, so the amount is not fixed In tho bill thus completed. It Is not bollovcd that thero aro over 1,000 widows In tho fclnto ollglblo for this pension. Tho orphans will not bo provided foryot, tho ecntlmrnt c the Legislature bclag that tlievwlll Imi nbln io pros Idn for thou elvas without Stato aid. yet offeot his escape. When li 7 was brought to tho station, to take tl; I train thero was an immense crowi gaU ercd thero to catch a glimpso rf him. As they crowded about tho ofllrfr who had him In charge, tho prisoner fowled and Kaldi "If Iliad my guns lad was free, mil fnllow would rot lm In anxious to got close to me." Ho reined to talk concerning his exploit to iny hut IIOAD AOBNT8 BEWAHB. Officer (Undo nnd Weisol, who dptured him; but to theso ho mado a statement, Tit OiiTermnrnt lUwuril for Tlielr Arrrsr whllo they woro with him In tho aiol CAiivlrllfia fjirrpcveil to.tlnf Tliuu- - (all, in which ho admltUd that ho will itotfcarrly Vefif iMrro'ls-dang- br sand Dollars. tho year 79. Woodruff Excptl. at Fjiknoii farmers. It seems, ant alarmed Ciiioaoo, Avg. 3o.'Judgo"MtConnell k at tbo lnercssln; Importation and condecided tho sumption of American corn, and aro de- this morning tbo Cronlnthat all must de fendants In bo manding that a prohibitory duty bo tried together with tbo'.trial exception of placed upon It. I'rank Woodruff. Ho nald that In tiew Tiik eity council of Uuthrlo, Okla- ,pf VooilrUirs confessions It would bo homa, has given tho municipal career of manifestly unfair (o allow lilm to'go on that place a start by granting a franchlo trial with tho other. All thn defend-sufor twenty ) oars to a lottery company then took exceptions to tho ruling similar to that of Ixmlstana. of tbo court rctusl'ig them separato confession of Harry trials, and tho Judge granted twonty Tin: doatU-lieTrallof fc'Iorlda, Jlo,'. showed that ho days In wHIch lo Old bills of exception. murdcrriti wo people. in loot, and thenj F Tlio attorneys? for ' the ' varlftus" 'ddfend- to savo bis own neck, allowed ap lniio-csants then oxpresed tt omselvcsas ready tnan to !" bsnwl for It to proceed with tho trial. Tiik Congo district seems to bo, derol-opin- g Cotton TlanUrs' Rstolattoni. as a producer of tobacco, llmsscls An VXTA, lis., Aug 30. Tho National tobaoeonlsu say Its leaves urn remarkably well adapted for cigars, being of ex- Cotton Commlltco of tho rnrmors' has promulgal d a sorlo of resoceedingly good flavor anil very supple, lutions advlslug armors to soil no cotMns. Thomas I'ki.tox, of Washington, Mi'., is suci an onthuslastlo flshor ton before September excopt what may bo absolutely iuceaary to meet obligaman that, nlllioujrh In her soventy-nlxtyoar, ho "laiTdcnl 1711 flpooklel trout tions. heptotnbr " Is appointed as tbo day when tho authorised representatho this season hersolf. Competition is of each sujrajlianr shall meet tbo ' Tncflrst prlxo of MOO, --which, was of- county a'lllanro to' reeolto InstructloTis fered" fori. "design for tho Iowa oIdiers': monument, was awarded to Mrs. Harriot A Orand Rapids Treasurer Short. A. Kotebam, of ML rtensant, la. Tho ClnAXit lUt'ins Mirh., Aug. 80. Almodel Is a broniu equestrian statue of fred liromi, treasurorof uio Sieelo FncTc-In- g berolo lie. and Tro)slon Company, of this city, TiiKtaluablo uses of eleotrlclty aro is short $10,000 in bis accounts. Ills oxtondiiig ory rapidly. It U usotul in books aro mixed, aud bis defalcations transmitting messages, running rail- extend back for months. He was Unitroads, lighting cities, executing ed, and cery lody is surprised. Tbo ar.l It li r.crr med to dctcrmlna loss U severe to tlin company, and pay a Ionia moan ruin. ISroad wasM-rcattho ago. of wines. "charged with oinboxxlement. Titr. vineyards of the Niagara Grapo Company, of Chester County,; l'a., pto-neFennijrlvanta rrohtbltlonlsti. a vory unusual appearunco at pres-cp- t, H.Vliltldl.l'lio, l'a , Aug. 30. Thftro Th company lias Just ptarcd largo- atrdleneo present In tho was paper bags on its vines, each bunch opera-hous-n e when tlio rrohtbltlon Conbeing placed In a bag. ThU U to vention was called toorder. rroiuinent tho grapes from rotting. tompcranco workcis from all"jUrUpf says: tbo Stato were present After thnndojx Tiik Ioulslllo Courier-JournItal"Mr. I'dtson having been maJo an tlonol tho platform , it, Johnson, of ian ACount, no tlmo should bo lost In Pittsburgh, was nominated for Governor making him a Colonel of tho Stato of bacclamatlon'. J Kentucky. Too many honors can not Wj- Politician AiaissltiitearMMPa bo showered upon our' grest elcctrl-olkit.- " 80 .lames 5f. SataiiKA, MNs,, Aug, A jiotei. guest nt tho Thousand Notvliaker was assasslnatcl last night, Islands asked thq colored waiter what befng riddled with bullets asfcc rras lit owriJiouso. CowbiKcr was a game'ho liked host, and received tho recitndld.ito ply: "Almokt any kind, ot gamo'll cult prominent politician; am me but'what'l likes beat Is ari American for tho State Legislature before thadast Aliout vagln served on a silver dollar." And county nominating convention, n year ngo an attempt was mado to be got it U d nt h niur-dcrc- n. to-dant 40,-0pro-ve- nt A Sti:iiirAVIl.l.r, O., man auirtfels llko Arlwr D.iy bo set apart annually' for tho destruction of tbo Kn Cllih sparrow. Ax analcnt acqueduet, unrulmnl and fit for present ue, has dlcoercd cloo to Athens. It is in tho suburb towards Hymottus. A" TOJirAxr imrtny on IxjoVo'ut to lorelsrtpspltsllsts. Mountain for water, nnd lf n flowinc" Xeilitanc Unto Death. welt l obtalnetl it Mill bo used lu sup JCsoxrju.r, Tcnn., Aug. 30.- - Thera plying Chattanooga. Is a factional war lo tho death In Harlan Junor. V. Wi M.iiouar, of 1'remont, County, Ky., In which a half dotnn men ICan., la said to be tho proprietor of ll(o boon killed and preparation mado largest orchard In tho world. II" has hno murder of ptjjers. Wilson Mow-ufor thn 1,078 aoiv In rrull trees. and J. Jennings, two dosperadoes, "Ilincn iiaiik" lawn parties aro tho who aro wanted In, Missouri for murlatpit In Maine Tho Invitations arn der, havo during tho past few written on birch bark and tho refresh months killed threo brothers named inonU served from platui of tho timn Turner. For these crimes Judge ' malarial. Lewis, of Harlan County, with a dozen A MkMMAXT of tho .Seneca trlbo of Inarmed men, started oat to apturod diana stilt Hnrtira in Warren County, Howard and Jennings who, with deter1'n., spearlni; fish, etc., for a Ihlnj. Tho mined friends, bad taken refuc in am- trlbo, ail told, barely numbers 1,000 bush. A bloody batllo ensued, I whloh members. turcc merat.crsof tho LgwlSMOMd er9 n killed and others serlouslySvonndcd. SaiutouA notvbas a beaumul linno, an' exact ri'p'rrniuctlon of l nero is 8i,ooo rownrd in Mll-aufor tho resldenco of a wiallhy I'umpelian at Howard and Jennings, and tbcv h.no tho epoch of tho eruption of Veulu In decided to dlo boforo Ixdng taken iu-tl- ontlmiits." that a day lon known z- cr.c and largest of heaviest tho M nonga-liel- a concerns in tho Valley, will bo changed nl r 1. This slatetiivnt and Uio of dUchargo served ujwn tbo company's employes, together wun tho lact that Walton & Co aro willing to ell out If they can got a fair prlco for their properties, lit regarded as conclnMe tbatthiiy will shortly bae turn-c- il their coal mines and aloauiboats ocr ssiosg g company. of Joseph It U Walton that liiooM M stessbestscs fit Arm Co,, Wasiii.niiton, Ang. 81. Postmaster-Rcner- al Sp-iemb- er , nl ''WAsiiixino.t, D. C, Aug, 29. "Onlered InconseiiHoncoof frequent armed attacks mado by highway robbers tbo V. H. mall in tho Western States nnd4 Territories for o jomo timo past, tbo Department for tbo a year ending June 30, ISM, will pay tho sum of 81,000 as a row aril for the arrest and conviction In tho V Jx Court of any peraon found guilty of making an armed attack upon any ntnjjn eoneh or railway mall having tho nulls in transit This will 1m paid to tho person or por-aocausing such arrest and conviction upon tho presentation of satisfactory , tiroof thereof tq tho department 'Order No, i,3. of dato July 10, 1853, offering !00 reward In llko cases, is rereby rescinded. "JoiixWaxamakeii, V. M. GoncraL,, ui-oI'ost-oiiicns order Wanamaker has Issued tho Wil-so- EQOS KILLED HIM. or lb I'rleil Article Ton for a Colornl Cltlien of Nouth Carolina. .S. Coi.l'MlllA, C, Aug. 31. tills Withersoon, colored, a resident of Yorkv)lle, this; SUtn; whoso capacity fordlSposlngfif'rggsV'as well known In his neighborhood, wagered SI that bo could oat seven dozen eggs at ono sitting, lfo stationed himself In a cotnfortablo at mio m. tn.l and fiu i noftltlon )io4r later bft aronoand w ai tbo'lioavlor r by eighty-foufried eggs, which ho bad swallowed during that time. Ho was very well satisfied with his meal, but it was his last Tho following evening Mrs. Wlthorspoon was a widow. Tho unfortunate colored man died in great Cony, and tho coroner's Jury found that lip had corao to bis doath by eating too many eggs. fTen llotrn tnr I'om-pclla- rl ,- - TO THE BOYS IN QUAY Corelllng of a Monument Over the Con federal" Denil at 3tanasi. Maxassas, Va., Aug. 81. A monument to tbo memory of tho Confednrnto dead who fell , in battln near hero was ln"tho presenco of tho u n el led townspeople and a number of persons from tho surrounding country. Stato y Senator 1 U Merodith madon short speech,, presentlngtho monunient to tlio I.adlo? MeTnorlal Asswlatlon of Manassas, through whoso efforts tbo dhaft was erected. Tho monument it tblrty-flvfeet high and Is a plain mono-liii- i, buiiiol oroniinloiio ihhii fiom tho battlefield. The orators of the day wero Senator Daniel and ileneral W. IT. P. rJ Ti", "n ' o L, Itirt Killed Himself with a Lead-Fencl- l. PiTTsiififoii; Aug. 81. Wm. JvFry, a young man sent to tbo county jail last Wednesday for drunkenness, committed suicide in hla cell tomo time, last night by stabbing himself in tho h'carYwlth a lead penrll. Just over tho heart four or f.vrt holes nero dlseotercd, nnd in bis pocket a lead pencil was found broken and coercd with blood, showing that it was by It that tho wounds w.oro made. The Star Spangled Banner. IIALTIMOUK, Aug. 31. .Mrs. MoPI.rr. .il in-tari- son, widow of tho old defender, Captain Mcrheron, claims that thootiginal flag which flcsted over tort Mcllenry iid inspired tho "Star Spangled Hannor," Is not in tho o:uOMton of Kbon Apploton. Sho states .that tho original ljug is wrappod around her husband's' body, and is mrrd with htm in Ureou Mount Cemutofy. Mn?. l.M.iA Ai.TUorsn, of HuiTalo, who, lot tho last two years, has been the wonder of tho country on account of , him. who was suppoied to go around tho world In bO days a few years ago, Is rmw beaten out of sight A lottor makes the -. sleeping spells, aumu last- has received word thai tbo sealing her ing thirty-fiv- e day, Is recovering, tlio DOhooner Itluok Diamond, which escaped spells now being reduced In length to from a L, S. ruM'iiuo cutter sumo tlmo throodays, and Is able at times to sit up ago, has again sailed for Hearing Sco, and chat with her sisters, M, Caiikot, liesldent of tho Trench The rirst Bale. Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 30. Tho first ba'lo Kopubltc,when ho drives out Is attended by two or llireo mounted soldiers, whoso of cotton for this season was sold'on tho duty Rooms to botoglvn tho l'lesldon-tin- t Cottpn Hxcbango It w.tiof quality, and brought 10't cents. tiprsos a chnnco to trot occasionally, V , Jl)l.K8..VKiixit'i' celobruled trrtielcr Defying tns United States, Ottawa, Aug. ::0. Tho t!oernnfent lie Feusht at Ltisdy'a Lane. Mt. Plkabant, la., Aug. 31. For many years this (Henry) county has bad among 1U roldonu threo survivors of tho war of 181a, named Captain Peter Fisher, Jacob Itodgors aud J. Cbandlor. All tlu-efought nt'Lunday's I.nuo. Itogom d'tnl hftio' yrtslonlny, aged ll'J. Ho was born January ),i lT77,noar o Pitta-burglu Loxnox, Sopt 3. A deputation representing eighty of tho leading shipowners' of London called upon th) managers of tho dock companies nnd urged them to permit vessel owners to mako their own arrangements with men to 16ad and discharge their ships pend ing a settlement of tho existing Morgan Charles troubles. Nor wood, of chairman tho dock companies, roplicd to tho delegation and urged them not to press their request, as it Invohed concession1' to tbo strikers against which tho companies vrcro fighting Steamship clerks aro clumsily working away at somo of tho docks loading a few" vessels, w hllo 10,000 hungry, angry strikers are looking on and hurling curses at tho men. They OVER NIAGARA. aro kopt at a distance from tho docks by strong force of police, but they rccclvo Carlltta II. Uratiam l'arforms Ilia aanSA " tlanal ery.hout, ami Mm In Tall lha BtorjfH aofsalona toJIhclriTiumW'TS Niaoaiia Falls, Sopt 2. At last a and H"is feared that the first trouble to go over Niagara will arise at these points. man has been ablo Fnlls alive, and llvo (o tell tho story. Important to Cigar Utkers. Carllslo I). Graham mado tho sttlcal trip St. Loci", Sept 3. In tho United yesterday morning in his barrelmado of States Circuit Court yesterday Judgo A fow min-uto- s Tbayer rendered a decision to Chlneso locust wood. tho e fleet after (i rah am bad bean cast adrift that tho counterfeiting of tho Union pcoplo on Tablo Itock who had watched label used on cigars can not bo preventan hour or moroand woro just ready to go ed or punished. Tho ruling will affect away saw the barrel come swiftly dqwn tho cigar makers' organization in tho about 200 foot from tho Canadian shoro United States and Canada, it is claimed, and well away from tho inner horseshoe. very seriously, as it practically decides Tho barrol swept down over tbo falls in that their label is of no valuo whatever. tho water, and did not shoot, out, as exUnprecedented Blasting. pected. This H.ivcd tho shock of nearly Aintxr, N. Y Sopt 3. At thollme-tton- e 1100 feet of a fall. Tho time was just quarry of Peter Callahan, nt South 7:10, Tho mist of thn morning had cleared away and tho increased crowd llethlehem, this evening, tho largest around tho banks watched anxiously displacement of rook at ono blast ever for tho barrol to reappear. In just ono made In this country was accomplished. thousand tons of rock camo it- - camo Tncnty-tnand a half minutes bobbing up, circling nround fin the crashing down. Tho forco used was ono swirl of foam and went into tho Pass ton of dynamite, placed in several holes Pock eddy only a few hundred feet from driven to tho depth of thirty feet In tho tho foot of tho falls. Along tho banks solid rock. on both sides tho frlonds of tho intrepid Fire in a Miners' Camp. nnvigator wnliodto rcsctto him. Aimer OnEAT Falls, Mont, Sopt 3. News Jones and Michael Cahill finally lassoed liai just been received that llarkerwas lliu bout and tuok it slmost totally destroyed by flro yestor. was more ueuti tiiau unyo, no was bo day. Ihe nro started in a miners camp, limp that people thought his neck was three doors below Zelgler's house, and broken. Tho rcscurers finally rarhud swept from thero np tho valley, burning (rsham. Ho wss badly bruised nnd will all the eastern portion of the camp. It not get oi er his trip fortsomo tlmo,' Is supposed that Ellis his wlfo and four children lost tholr lives. Thero aro ulso Accessions to tne strikers. ' three men missing. London, Sept Two thousand Eight-Hoand bargo men omployod by Mast Meeting, New Yoiik, Sopt 3. At a mass mootFarker Lambert haro jolnod tho strikers. Fivo thousand ralhvay.won bold a ing last night in Cooper Union, hold in movement, resomeetlng.it Darlington yesterday and de- favor of tho eight-hou- r cided to Strlko linleas shorter houra of lutions were adopted sympathizing with labor wero granted. Cardinal Manning thn striking worklngmen in London, sent a messenger to Hydo Park to re- and pledging tho mcoting to oxtond quest Mr. Hums to visit him. In financial aid to tbem. About 2,500 per with this inxltatlon Mr. Hums sons wero present called upon tho Cardinal after tho meet Earthquake Horror. ing, when uls I.mlnenco expressed ad Loxnox, Sopt 3. A severe shock of miration tho excellent order Erzn maintained, ana congratulated Jlr. earthquake wm experienced ln Kant, Hums upon tho general 'good be- roum yesterday, Tbotllagoof havior, of tho strikers. Canon Lyd-do- zorlk has been ongulfod ln lava. Ono x lives wero lost of St Paul's, has sulisorlbed to hundred and thirty-sitho rollot fund. In a sermon at York Labor Day. yesterday Canon Fleming expressed Cixcixxati, Sept ii. Labor day was sympathy with tho strikers. Meetings obsorved by a parado In tho afternoon to express sympathy with triestrikors and a picnio in tho ovening. Tbo day aro bclpg held throughout tho country, was celebrated pretty generally in tho Thero wero a ftreat many more, peoplo In cities throughout tbo United States. Hydo Park yestordny than thero aro Ohio State Fair Opened. strikes in London. Hsllmates of tho Columiius, 0 tjopt, 3. Tho Ohiu number ruivfroni fifty thousand to two hundred thousand. Tljo crowd was too Stato Fair opened yestorday with tho big to count. Tfiat was almost It only largost'numbor of entries ln llvo stock, farm products, machlnory and lino arts flriklng feature. Most of tho strlkors ovor before mado In its history. y tho man who went through Northwestern Minnesota nnd train Imtween Maplo Valldy snd Kills Junction last May; a Wisconsin Central train in August, besides having held up several stago coaches in Nf rthorn during tho past six months, and committed nuinorous olhvr small robberies. Ho was at onco recognUod by tho driver of tho Uogoblo fitago as the man who had halted and red on tho stage, and recognized the driver in turn. Tho only regret that Holzhay expresses In connection with his criminal career Is thattho two orllccrs at ltopubllo who hftd effeteil ila eapturn ulintild hare succeeded in taking him so easily, as ho says ho was dotcrminod not to bo taken alUo, and declares It ho had tbo least inkling of their purpose whon they wero approaching with such apparent unconcern as bo was starting from tho hotel, ho wonld havo shot them down unhesitatingly. Tho against him without proof his admissions to tho otllcors would bo com plete, and unless ho escapes by suicide or a bold rush for freedom hols lnxiked for a life term in tho Stato Prison at Marquette. Thero is no likelihood that an attempt wdll bo .made tolynqu him on his arrUal nt llcssomer, though be would hao stood in a good deal of danger had ho boon taken thero Immediately following tho attack on the stago and tbo killing of Flolsohbctn. bo tho Is Wis-:onsl- n 11 This window bad a board i'Rht over it, and around this board wero a number of beautiful olectrlo lights. Adam Drifmoycr camo to look put his hand on tho wall, jumped St about four foot high and wont away with a perfectly gratified curiosity. Chief Parsons, of tho Firo Department, soon came and began making examinations, Ity thin tlmo tho board over tho cellar window was on flro. Fred Schwe-ffoma- n picked tip a bucket of water dad dashed tho water on tho flatuo. Tho oloctrlclty followed tho wafer to tho ickct and nearly knocked him down. ut tho flro was temporarily squelched f thu timely application, and in a few tho Chief found inutes tho lurco of trouble. A wire attached to ao electric cablo camo back over tho ,.n roof fully thirty feet, touching tho hilo every thing xf in many places. as dry, as has loon tho cawi ovor slnco e clcctris read h been in orxraticn. tio roof was not a strong enough conductor to tako tho electricity from tho wire, but tho rain, which foil last night, increased its powor, and tho iron wall trado a splendid ground connection. Tbo wiro was removed and tho strango ilgbt was over. , IJtn 'ZJiTMMmA iMi Js rSvpaHHI it l.ttM'ISar-SSVvSS- W5g: ' 'V at o.j;iuj ,win2feel2iacI)C9; avemgo thick Be4JpMMwrjrtn mtj.om It was luWek,RB'tWWM sajiaeryssjMS. ilopklnsville, for the purposo of es tablishing a weokly Republican newspaper. Tho plant of tho lato Pcrabroko Criterion has been purchased, and A. S. Gentry, late of Cincinnati, wilt bocditor of tho now papor. W. If. Giiaixoeii, ono of tho oldest t The London Strike. . F.t o ashore-'Graha- i coal-heave- and wealthiest citizens of Louisville, died a fow days ago, after n threo weeks' illness, of pneumonia. IIo was eighty-tw- o years of age, Jonx Hall, for fivo years engineer of tho No. 5 Flro Company, Louisville, was drowned tho other afternoon, whllo fishing, in tho Ohio riior. Hall was discharged two weeks before from, the fire department, and has slnco been ldlo. Johnson Loxdaciik has been appointed fourth-clas- s postmaster at Deposit, Jefferson County, vlco D. P. Farmar, resigned. A stautlixo discovery was mado at Frankfort a few days ago, by workmen engaged in removing and ropalrlng tho old stono steps leading into tho ofilco of tho clerk of tho court of appeals. A box almost decayed and evidently at ono tlmo filled with bonea, most of which, however, wero spilled out, was found beneath tbo stops below tho snrfaco of tho ground. Tho bones were taken out and examined, and thought to bo those of a child two or threo yoars old. As tho steps bavo not been removed slnco 1833 tho tlmo tho presont Stato Homo was built trio question Is how did tho bones get there and why was such a strango burial placo selected? A deposit of asphalt has been dis covered near Cloverport It covers a large ores and Is thirteen feet thick. It is just bulow tho surface, and can bo mlnod at ery small cost A comparison of it with tho asphalt discovered ln California and used on tho stroots of San Francisco shows tho two to bo almost Identical in quality. It is claimed that tho California asphalt is moro durablo on streets than is tho Trinidad. Ow kn'siioiio claims to havo a population of 14,000, including peoplo wbolUo in tho suburbs and do business in tho city. or AXftBKrcontAInlnfi'r;ooo3l)Tishav new wnear, ana belonging to n. jy. Uerrymnn it Ca, was sunk in tho Kentucky river, nt Clifton, tho other night, and tho wheat totally ruined. Tho loss will bo aliout Du. llK.Mtv Cil.VTZ, of Louisville, aged seenty-tw- o years, was married a fow days ago to Mrs. Mary Imhauser, aged sixty.' This Is tho doctor's fifth venturo in that direction, ho having buried four wives. A HEAVY derrick at tho Government works at Rochester, ltntler County, fell tho other day. Sam Tanner, a boy, sustained a fracturo of tho skull, which will result In his doath. Mike Kearney, a stono cutter, fell under tho derrick and bis arm and two ribs wero broken. Tho financial loss to tho contractors Is largo. Moscow Is paying the penalty of bad sanitary arrangements, a pinno of diphtheria raging thero. Tho pcoplo aro fieeing, carrying tho disoasc, which is of tho most malignant character, to other places. Wm. Jo.nkk, aged eighty-fou- r years, was attacked by a bull near Lexington, and fatally gored. D. J. SiiAl'.r, was stabbed to death at lluckoyetown by Henry Goodman, with whoso sister Sharp had quarreled. The Kontucky Pock Gas Company, which Is piping tho streets of Loulsvillo for natural gas from tho Meado County fields, has fixed tho prlco for domestio consumption at twenty-fiv- e sonts per 1,000 cubic feet Jonx Duncan has been appointed and gauger for tho Eighth Kentucky district, nnd William It. Fleming for tho Soventh stono-hotstln- g store-keepstore-keep- com-nllan- district jt - trip, vla.ya'ticouTert'hi ei dovs,, eyery' ' thing favorable. i. Jon:.-- II. I.nhav, tho cotton king of New York, eamo out of tho Confodcruto 6rmy n ragged, penniless boy, and reached New York IbBS, with a fow dollars l. his pocket, and no friends. IIo Is now plio worth $10,000,000. Furious Typhoons, Ax Klmlra (N. Y.) school teacher, KiiAxniiAi, Aug. 80. A series of ty has just married ono of sgod forty-flvo- , phoons, unprecedented In their fury nnd hor former pupils, aged twenty-fouwhom, In hH school days, sho many a destructlvenoss, hao swept oer Japan tlmo soundly whipped. Can sho do It and part of China. Tho damage to now, or Is ho scheming for vengeance? property Is Incnlctilnhle. and tho lowest Itoui.AMiisii, llko n great ostlmato of tho losj of Hfo by drowning many.noted mbn, Is suporsllt'ou. Ho places it at o.ouo. Is careful not to got out of bod on tho Seventy Years an, Invalid. loft'sido, and If his path Is crossed by a LtVEiiMonu Falls, Me., Aug. 30, black cat ho does nothing of political Miss Ann Jonos, agedvlgh'y-sovon- , dlod hours. Ills at Jay llrldgo yestorday, 'jho had boon Importance for twenty-fou- r followers recall that on tho day of his an invalid for seventy soars and had r sontonco ho recklessly went under a boon contlncd to bod lit sixty your). In front of Ills louse In 1'nrtlsnJ Shu roUlnod all her faoultlm to tho Init, r, i. lad-do- day Michael Donavin, living on High street, foil through tho rotten covor of a, cistern, nnd, In splto of his wlfo's efforts to rescue him, was drowned, slipping out of his wlfo's arms nftor sho bad Lady Drowned. hU Uai.tiuoiik, Aug, so. Mrs. Carollno caught, lilm.. Mirhael MoLcnden. body, next-dooneighbor, recovered tho Conklln, wlfo of Joseph Conkllu, of No. and remarked that ho had. boil n 010 Cqnkllit'treot,Mvas drowned'in tho for nevornl dsys llmt his own ylapbco r,ler last ovonlng. end was near, but ho guessed tlil Sixth Victim of the Temietsee Wreck. It This forenoon Mclfbndcn K.NOxvn.r.K, Tenn., Aug. 30. 1M Mawas working In a ditch for a city sotvor rker, thoHlxth victim of lastThurtdny'i op Twenty-nint- h street, whon tho ditch railroad nccldont ut Plat Creek, died caved in, and ho was so badly hurt that ho died this evening, yostcrday afternoon. J or Had a Premonition of His Death. WiiKKLixn, W, Vn., Aug. 81, Yestor- siid'ttlloslrlkoJTf ylers, worphero. a IS) in . Chinese Retaliation, ; Loxnox, Aug. 31. A dlsp.itoh to tho Standard from Shanghai says: "J'olcln o advices aro that n immUir of high olllolals havo petitioned Prlnca Chan to havo ,ll Amorleam omployod In China expelled from tho Kmpr6. It is roported thot Prlnco Chun oonlonts." Chi-nes- Wants to Oo Over the Falls. Ciiicaoo, Sopt 3. A special dispatch to a morning paper said that C D. Graham, tho man who ''shot Niagara," in a barrel, had received a lottor signed by Miss May Marohand, of this city, ln whleh sho expressed a dcslro to go over the falls ln tho samo way. I Jj r Nihilist Seizures. France Belies the Telephone Business, Sr. rEThltsnoiio, Sept 3. In tho city Paiijs, Jopt. 3. In accordanco with tho polico hato solzed a alawtrooently passed, tho 'dovernmont of KharkotI printing presses used by yesterday took formal"possesslon 'f tho number ofnnd thousands of copies of telephono stations. Tho company pro- Nihilists, tested sgalnst tho (lovcrnmont's ar'lon Nihilist proclamations, and hato mado numerous arrosts of suspected person. ns illegal, and only submitted to Lreo. Two Towns Burned. Testing NaturiToaTat LoutivlUe Mklexa, Mont, Sopt 3. Tho town of Louisvillk, Ky Sept gas was tested in residences horo for tho Hliv5k Pino, in tho burning forests, has first tlmo Saturday night It wl'i bo been destroyed by fire It contained a used for beating only. It has been in number of mills nnd tho works of lllack uso by two factories for ten days. Pine Mining Company. Tho town of othor factories will begin using it Gardiner, comprising 30 houses, was . Bearing Sea Poachers Indignant, Vicnoiiu, II. CL, Sept ''A An indignation meeting of partleslntefe'stcd in tho sealing industry in llchring Sea was nold IaH night. A resolution was pasod asking forromponsntloiv-for- ' vessels already seized, for protection in future, nnd f,or a speedy settlpmqnt of the did-- ' . cully.. . .- -- 'ural Sov-or- burned yostorday. A West Virginia Lynching, CiiAiir.nsTox, W. Va., Aug. ill. John Turner, tho negro who shot and 'killed Chas, Walkor In Fnyotto County In July as taken from the Fayottovljlo last, Jail last night and hangod by n mob of about threo hundred, Farmers for the Cronln Jury, Expensive Prairie Fire. Ciiioaoo, Sept 'J. Fifty fanners Lao Qui Paiilr, Minn., Sopt 3. A marched into Judgo McConnoll's tourt prnlrlo firo ton this morning as candldutns for jury dity tbo Minnesota miles wido is swooping bottom during thu trial of tho Cronln suipfcts.'1 town of Dig Stono City land), and tho The special venire for tlmm was IsMied Hundreds of fnrmors havoIs threatened. lost all tholr wlthouf, tho knowledgo of tho itlornoyi hsy snil stock. (oi the lofenss, Hun Wall and two other young mon, living In tho West Loulsvillo neighbor hood, wont hunting, tho other evening, near their homos, aftor squirrels. W'all cllmbcd'a tall tree, cither in search ol somo young squirrels or to recover a squirrel which ho had crippled, and, ln doing so, mot with a horrlblo accident, resulting in almost instant death. Thu treo was a lofty one, and Wall climbed up until ho was sovonty-fiv- o fpot from thn ground, Whllo standing on a limb reaching for his game, tho limb suddenly gave way boneath blm, and ho plunged to tho ground. He struck with a horrible crushlngnndcrunchlng sound, which betokened tho fatal effects of tho fall. jsenrly oiory bono In his body was broken, and his frame was so torrlbly shattered that ho lived less than flo minutes after falling, .P. 1L, Hkkuh killed Lorn Itlcc, a neighboring farmer, near Independence, tho result of a feud o( years' standing. Tbo murder was precipitated, Peers claims, by an assault mado by Itlco on his wlfo and son. MrCLUIlE A It VAX, Loulsvillo planlng-ml- ll mon, madu an assignment tho other morning. They wero burned out a fow nights before, and carried no insurance Tholr liabilities aro about Assets unknown. Late estimates placo tho majority in favor of a constitutional convention at 30,000. Tho poll books from 20S preeoiiiitlo-- show a cincts in twenty-on- o majority for tho convention of 12,013. While how ing a log, James Harris, of Montgomery County, struck his foot with tho axe, severing tho main artery. Ho lived a fow hours, whon he suddenly expired, his heart falling from loss of blood. Ciiaiilks Coxes was found dead In Lewis County, Thero nro indications that ho was murdered and robbed. Tiik resldenco of J, J. Hoarn, of entered by burglars tho Other night, who stole 9,1,100 in money; f:,f00 being takon from under Mrs, Hearn's head and tho teat from her husto tho guilty band's peckut S30,-000. No-cla- ruth, rmim. wide .irrottt'ds of green, hiving Mlvinil on oharlty when they foiiod ft' blue anM' qths. In tho figWelcomo Stranger nugget wns found ured materials ore very many newnlalds on Mount Motlagel, February 9, 18GD, nd strl-ie- s Of woighed 100 poundjv.nud was wbrto el to, these $15, COO. This nuggTjl Was raffled for mostly In tho rough, flG.OOOnt $5" a chunco.and was won yet very soft, pllaulo cheviots. Very few by a man driving a bakcr'o .cart it of the genuine showy was sold lo tho bank for its truo value, Tartans are seen, tbs and melted. colors being chiefly Tho Welcomo nugget was found nt in softer Madras tints, Bakory bill Juno 9, 1858; it wolghod and there are also brought out among 181 pounds 9 ounces 10 pennywolghts, the choicer novelties and was worth $11,350; was rntilod for In theso textiles somo $50,000 nt $5 a chance,, nnd won by a very delicate wools small boy in n barber shop. with a ltutrous silk Hot limn nugget (named In material In Madras colors thrown upon honor of tho wlfo of tho Governor ol surfnee Those tho Now South Wnlos) was fouud in Cana plaids do not show a dian gully September 8, 1854. It gay mingling of many weighed 98 pounds lOounccs 12 n colors, but etch combines but and was sold for $23,557. tsro shades ?:ta very Union Jnck nugget, found at Bunln-p,oreffect, for Inartlttlo February 28. 1857, weight 23 stance, pine yellow and myrtle green, gray and green, olive pounds 5 ounces, nnd wns sold for It wns found by n runaway and old roue, copper and coffee brown, etc. f5,C20. There aro also for; children's dresses gay sailor, who sold it for tho sum named bars of gold color, or Roman rod, crossing and spent tbo money in just four weeks. grounds of black or deep Iluulsu blur. No nnmo nuggot, found nt Eureka, Allot tho lovely tints oMIlao and hellotrote are suddenly restored (o their old.tlmo Daulton's Flat, February 7, 1874, fifty popularity and somo of the new dyes ehado foot below tho surface, woighed 52 exqattltely Into faint tints of old rose. pounds 1 ounco, and was sold for The effectlro and stylish union of black fl2..r,00. and red appears in many of the youthful Tho Leg of Mutton nuggot was found toilets prepared for tbo.uutumn season. Rod crepe ite chine for example. Is made up nt Dallarat, January 31. 1853, nt a with black point efrspri'and rlvld Hun- depth of slxty-flv- o feet It weighed 134 garian red is vailed with black marquise pounds, 11 ounces and "was sold to the slightly raised at tbo left bank 'aco, tho skirt for $32,3b0. This nuggot was eiac, but etrilght elowhore. A shaped like a leg of mutton, hnnco Us black, gsuzo fan, name. No namo nugget, found nt Bakery black silk hose and Siunt.h saudnls of Hill, Ilallarat, Mnrch 6, 1855, near tho buck kid aro en m If. Btirfncc, weighed 47 pounds 7 ounces, The idliades of old row grow more and and wns sold for $11,420. No nnmo nugget, found In Cnnadlan moro beautiful es they appear In fnbrlcs gully, Ballurnt, January 22, 1853, at a t. of silk, wool and feet, weighed 84 depth of twenty-fiv- e In evening ounces 15 pennyweights and toilets of corded tiik pounds 3 or China tiik vallod wns sold for $20,235. Tho Kohinoor nugget, found nt Bal- witi tulle, thls.lovoly fnlnr iiarts a deli. larat,.JulyJJ7..1SC(j. at.dopth of 1G0 warfirfiUtborrm.. ....wtlio" -- BurtiiciZiwafciioirZCSi . , . , complexion or eitneri ,,7 (irn. blonde or brunette. iruiiiiur, iiiiu t ij uutu aw Sir Domlnto Iwly nufftfot,. found teb- Thero Is n fresh Invoice of the charmrunry 27, 1802, woighed 20 pounds, and challl sold for $0,240. ing French Intheso fabrics No name nugget, found nt Ilallarat, tended for pretty February 28, 1855, only slxteon foot gowns durafternoon Tho discovery was ing the ontlre boiow tho surface. autumn. Porno of tbo mado by a small boy. Tho nuggot d patterni tlosoly copy weighed iJO pounds 11 ounces 2 pennythose of fonlard silks and rich Pompadour weights, and sold for $7,305. brocades, and on darkor grounds of greon, No name nugget, found at Wcebville, olive, belgo, etc., uio email, brilliantly-colore- d devices In Tcrslan djes and pat- August 1, 18C9, weighed 12 pounds, terns. These material, when mde up, worth $2,280. form really olegant drcsjos, both ln No name nuggot, found at Ilallarat, and Umpire ntyles, nnd appear nnd remarkably pretty February 3, 1853, just twolvo feet bewith straight skirts bodlco, also ln combination with plain low tho surfaco, weighed 30 pounds, China silk and added trimmings of old and sold for $7,300. color or poach rase, mahogany, No nnmo nuggot, found in Cnnadlan black velvet l'a'' gowns, Gully, January 20, 1853, nt olghteon broak-f.pilnteue dross 1 and ilaln'y feet below tho surfneo, weighed 93 robas s- -s at a mad- - of tlin light but prolvLlivo mat rials, tinea pounds 1 ounco nnd II pennyweights, finished with collars and cuffs of velvet and sold for$22,350. Tho newest whlta I'rsullno and Clalretto No nnmo nugget found at Bakery hill. gowns show eltht-- trimmings of fine whltu March 0, 1855, weighed 40 pounds and nuu gol'l pasacmen-torlo- , wns worth $9,000. they have old rose, strawberry, Nil Despcratidum nuggot, found at black or other colored Black Hills, November 29, 1859, borderings, or they weighed 45 pounds, und sold for $10,-80are unlancly made up Oates it Dcison iu'egot, found ni with thn now Madras o Donolly gold fluid in 1830, ut tho roots stlkplaidswhlch only two rich of u treo, weighed 189 pounds, nnd sold colors, among tbene for f.0,000. belug the mixtures of In addition to tho abovo wero tho orange And. olive, vl Moron nuggot, worth $02,010. nnd tho mon pink and linden grocu, and apricot impress nuggot. worth $27,001. and Roman red. The (iold ln tho drift deposits hns been Kniplro, Grecian, found in larger masses ln Australia a Rusntan and than in nny other country. Many largo modols aro four nuggets wero found in California during distinct types In dress that are to equally tho era of placor mining, but wo hAve prevail ln favor, but no record of nny to compare with thoso the variations upon wo have described in Australia. theso are bewlldorlng MliSBuv.'a i IB 1 and beyond all de THE DUKE'S WATERLOO. scrlption. PictureHa Met an Antoffrnph Hunter anil Was will obsque effects Ignolilj Vamjulslieit. tain Yervlnreely even On ono occasion tho Dukoof Wellingin stylish promenada and visiting gowns. Rle eves havo reached such a degree of art ton received a lottor ln tho following a to approach the grotesquo in many Interms, I correct the j!lloyi "Mr. stances. Other models, however, aro tho Tomklns ventured to nddrons tho Duko of gricu and novel elegance. liulnht Tho tyautob mantlo is worn with dressy of Wellington. Mr. Tomklns' mother toilets of ercry description. Dark velvet Is a washerwoman; Mr. Tomklns re capotes are worn with the crcnin-wkil- e grets to say that, having washed for xnvno nuow nil vi urn WOOl COSinnos. Mr, thoy are so dlmlmitlvo, and tho Marquis or Douro for many years, fluffy front aro trimmed with scnrlot berries, fine his mother hns been uiiablo to obtain mauvo wild How ors, velvet autumn leuves payment for tho Inst threo ycais. Mrs. and cream hlte velvet Morguoiltas with Tomklns is very poor; nnd can not hearts. Htyllsh young ladles golden uro afford to lo tho money. Sho hopes wear the open Spanish Jackets of black or tho Duko will kindly pay It Mrs. v civet over plaited shirt w alsts of rod mon G- D. V, ." Aftor careTomklns' uddross is or yollow tiik. fully roadlngnnd considering tlio lottor, TOLD OF THE FAMOUS. tho Duko sent tho following reply: (lE.vzRti. liouLAXosn rocelvod tho news "Field Marshal tho Duko of Wellingof his sentence to imprisonment whllo dinton has received a lottor from Mr. ing In London with Lord Delaware. Marquis of was oatlng grouso when tbo news Tomklns. stating that tho Douro is In debt to bis mother. Mrs was brought to blm. IIo calmly continued Wellington Is his meal, smiled constantly and pretended to Tomklns. Tbo Duko of not thoMaiquUof Douro. Tho Duko be not at all disturbed. Hut it was noticed regrets to llnd that his oldest son hns that bo icemed to havo lost his aptictito. bill. Mrs. A Fbixch water colorportralt by Armand not paid his washerwoman's Tomklns has no claim upon tho Duko DumakcHuy of Uenjamln Harrison, signer of Uio Declaration of Independence, bos of Wellington. Tho Duko recommends President her, fulling another application, to been sent to his of thol'n todBtatcs. Tho elder Benjamin placo the matter In the hands of 11 reIIo had a receding chin spectable solicitor." Somo six weeks was uothaLdsonio. and forehead and his noso was not pretty later tho Duko had n dinner party at In the pic'uro ho la attlrod in full dress, Apsley Mouse. One of tbo guests asked with km e brooches, low shoes, full cut vest tho Duko if ho was not tormented by with ruCk'S coat of continental pattern and implications for his autograph. The powdered wig tied In a cue Duko replied: "O. yes; constantly." Ui.mil Wbujteii's coachman has become Tho friend thou said: "A fow dajs almost a prevalent us George Washingngo I was examining a most Interestton's body sorvant "Undo Hill Wobster," ing collection, with yourtirtico'slii tho who recently died at tho Soldiers' Homo In " hat of honor In tho book." Togus, Jlo., claimed to havo boon Webster's tilucii "V oil, the from 1844 to ItHO. Housed to sy wns tlmtP" said tho Duko. coachmsn Is to wrlto to every that Daniel was a great fisherman, a perse- collector's plan his vering consumer of whisky and a most person of eminence and to careless man ubout money. Tho great oldest son of bilking his washerwoman. orator would often start for Washington Mo pastes his own letter and tho reply without a cent In his pocket. "Uncle 11111" face to face. ' I should tiko to have nt' In the lato war, and said tbst he seen tho Duko' faco when ho heard telied Sheridan's horso vvben the famous the first Prusilnn cannon at Wnlnrloo) cavalrvmun reached Cedar creek aftar bis ( should nlo llko to havo seen U on rid fro a Winchester. this oeonslor. I'ttH Ul' UlUOttS) rust-col-. pat-torpcaay-woights -- djj)thf MO'foet falling lsV vol-ve- ,,.,, - newly-importe- deml-tratno- d si elm-pl- y 0. com-blu- IHrcc-tolr- fill - great-grandso- -- vll -- .j i"fr?1TTVisfiBllfcai'iYiiWliatftlirti1MM 1 itofriYI rTkinwiJlEJBefflMKfflffWvlsMfM 1 ""Nm' 'J iST-Trr-- r? r- - u TUB HICKMAN COURIER. II 10 KM AN, KV., CONVG.VTIO.V IIIXTJ. Itul't'lliotis JLiihor. , Tho treat strike in Loudon is said to bo tho greatest uprising of it l I.XI 7,000 .IION.KKAIRKMT Kro-'ltt pVnrl'r-Jt'iirn- .l Vay or Imllniin. Ueiiernl Mcwn Item. i 'IW lr 14 --- ar F J - y4Q$?mm .XT IE H labor ever known in tho history of : : : : hkit. 0, 1889. FRIDAY, The honor of ItciiiR elected n Hie worm, tun assertion being Iron Having rarchsNsI Mr. K. T, Osrlner's fheck. Tlio penitentiary Ddrgiito to a con vctitlon L'ltitrguil mailo that probably ouo million Hooka, Dlationervi Fancy nm ct.t:nu tornr or Ills A M:ono, Gus Wllhorspoon, entire slock of will continue lo keep on wltli llio original fiovoreiguty of men aro engaged in it, directly or vawiiH Tor all of his class. Iirazou confession that he took whoso habitation was Ynrkvllle, (loods, io.. I We r nuthnrirvl lo announce Mr, (I BO. Hut icoilo to iiinko it constitution indirectly. 7,000 negroes to Indiana should S. ('., bet n dollar that ho could batiil, nt tbe nlil sIhiiiI. a complst tins of HimJuM' returned froi'u markets, nnd is now OPKNING Ul1 n SCHOOL HOOKS, Tho samo unrest upon tho nart got htm bohlnd It. M.W1KN it a camliil'ile fur Clerk has over hcou oonhhleroil the great-fa- t &TATIONRKY. Court of iViieil( subject In lli acllun tlmt tho citizens of a ciiiinly1 of labor exists not only in England, is tho story: tho bars yet. Here cat seven dozen fried eggs nt ouo In response to an sitting. Ho won tho bet, but did SKWSVM'KRS, of lie IVmncrxlIn finin t'onimilun run confer tinon one of their fi'l- - hut in all parts of tlio civilized MAIIAZINKS, At. lows, "in, judging liy mo Piisi, world. Tho leaders of different advertised call for tlio members not live long enough to spend tho Any of the above not In .lock will be IlKN.IAMI.N IlAKItlSON llllH llPlMI 'tlio honor" la ntintit till tlieio to labor organizations in tho United of the Republican Central Com. money. ruuiplly irorurvl Uion application. inltteo of the PruHlilpiit tr the (Jnlti'il HlalcM to iLMiipt tlio ntntijtioii ul our best Coma ami see tin. . i States give out warnings or threats .. ....... ii .. District of Cnlumhhi WoiiKMKN have commenced c'Jl lint littlo over (i inontliM, but in tnlcnt to nock or accent tho no that mighty striken or revolutions umiiiiii Humoring oi men men into upon J. CUNT. KM,st).. tho third bridge over tho Shea's Hall, on Pennsylvania uvu. Hint limn thoro Iiiin licon t littlo sii0ii. are impending in this country. Louisville, it will tnko Ohio at una, between Sixth over I,(MJU olitiuges in pustiuas Aii Throughout France, Germany, streets, lust evening.and Seventh nearly two years to finish tho job. THK PAY. Ami, iu fact, n fui"c of KKW GOODS in every iU'rlim'iil, mid Thlrty-llvtors. He invites nn inepcction Tho last Constitutional Conven- Russia, Austria and Italy labor is members of tho Committee til Priws tliiitJK'fy Conipotilion. The structure will bo above tho had dlsiatisllod, and senrotly organi- gathcrod for tho purpose protest-in- hriilgo at the falls, nud connect of liU Hlfk hefore tiirulm8iiij cUcwhoro. Ho yuur- Gov. Lowuy hits Hiiccceduil In tion neeenibietl in Kentucky, met zing for u redress of their grievngaitiBt tho courso tho Com. JrU'ersouvillf and tho Falls City. fiiioliug umtter.-- t nt tlio secno in I'Vankfort, Oct. 1, lSI!,anil was nnM ruitlhliietlon in (junlity nnil l'rieo. tvowj.ai.1., Itt.OC'K.) war in Mis in session 81 days. Tin py allow- ances. mlssionors nro taking in not disof tho threiitcneil raco I'.VIIiknck. taken in tho Tho reason assigned for strikes missing every ! HICKMAN, KENTUCKY ninippl, ami has returned to Jack ed was the biiiiio us to lie olllcers Domocnit from contested election in nun. It is not probable that there and ineuitiers of tlieStato Legis- and uprising of labor being more ofllcoin the District, and filling Went Virginia proves clearly that lature, 9S a day, anil SI ilnys ser- fronnent in the United States and the places with Republicans. Tbe tills IIOOSK HAS KKCENTI.Y HKEN will be any further trouble. Jmlito Fleuiuiliig was honestly vice mailo r total coinneiieation of in England than in other countries principal spoakor was one S.I. elected governor Inst November 1'riimnirm ami Hie traveling public gen TilK camiiafuii In Ohio will lie a' " ouiyio each iiieinuer. nun is accounted for on tho grounds l'erry, having, as ho declared hie . hv several hundred majority. At orally. Clean room, nli-- lieda, and miuaie that laborers aro freer to organize. self, carried seven rcil-l- i ot one. Tho Commercial- - lulletige to and from tho capital. thousand m- - tho same time is disclosed nu in meals Biiaraatretl to all vim stop Willi im. com- - and tlio laws less Btriugeut in put- MrtMB r.... Tho convention s to he (iiir.ettu has put on its war paint, it Kiui-- iiuiii nuriu unrniinii io li tcrestiug pieco of floater fund pol- traveling men will rind the bust el ntleu mid lias already begun tho cry of posed or oven ouo lnunlied mem-be- ting down such uprisings. diana in 1880 to vote tho ltepull itics. In one small voting pre- lion at our liouss. Tho causo of thoso great up- can In addition, we carry a full line of iniu to bo elected fiolii each fraud, deceit, bribery, tiooille and ticket. "Gentlemen," ho h. seventy-eigh- t votcB worn nnnnrmro corruption to bo used by tho Dem Legislative comity, precisely as risings is a great and imperative can to ssy. "I'm ono of those ft . cinct by negroes imported from old , Ciunv istn rnnoi Aim rnmiu ofiuutiux, ocrats In attempting to carry tho members of the fjuune aro now question for oar statesmen to lows who has a small ofticlal un . rast irgima, " on miu uui-i- i coiunir.cii to which wo Invile attention Our price study. It ia not right that in a lion, nnd if I woro to elected. State. speak her i for thooloetiou. are iu law as the lowmL. laud of plenty and abundance that as I ought WAUNINO TO I I IT is exactly aa tho ItoBton any class or port of our peoplo discharged to bclieto would ) TilK magnitude of tho striko in The boforo 10 o'clock t Linlpn..Uiccoti:iCdUct!t Globe declares that 4llho minors , which Constitutional Conventions should bo fttarvtng; or cessation Has a splendid uloek of tlio very heat makes of nl! kltitla of Ilartlwnro morrow morning, mo IJLf till have fray i'm tojiy been -.who arc Htarviug near La Salle, assembled in tfo.6aMjW States lug, and moro particularly that i no tiisauvuiiingo 0f i.iiHinoss in many nepartmrmH V an...lT .it - OHITV!'1'-1- to be"' tlmt llin rcrjf liMrcrttho ninrkrf UHtlnos. iurguTui guurnntcvtl exactly uh rej.rociited tntde, tho BrAt lliiancUl tosses SAM'X. X.. ill., nro among tlio workmen wlio of the Uulted'S,wPywcH as class .who do tho hard work, ami labor. I can't ..'.'lirr.M-W- f , " "fwsitltliig, nud the sufferings canswvro toUl htsffaH'that they must tho Federal are still willing to do It for living I can't lio." uracil help elect Harrison or tho tariff the niio which isunlly wages. The CouniKR is not hi to the laboring classes nro sail KKSITrfKV. enact a enougii to suggest a remedy, wiso This very peculiar position of commentaries on our boasted nine. HIVKXAM. reduction policy of the Democrat Constitution nor tlio orator naturally led every onu clauso innimig the nmtnbers of does tccntUcontury civilization. Thoro All Lf(al llii'lneM pruinplly atlenlel to. io party would deprlvo them, of lt,ns a rule, said convhtion ineligible to any but so long as endorse "strikes," to siippoBO that his speech' was anrelypn bo devised sotno better Ltn I practice a thoir work utid wages." any part of our concluded, but not so. ' Some OfTne In Uank ilulldlng. oulco ofhonor, trust, or profit, people plan bf which differences between aro starving, or wanting timo ngo." ho uoiitlniiod, "I wont SKNATOtt llARimtm favors tho createdby snid hotly, for n term bread, as exists among some around trying to cct n place. I cintiloier nud employed can bo of years after the adjournment of of tho miners cxpoudlturo of $o0,0U0,000 to reof Illinois and Penn- went tn a chief of division, nut sottlcil'than the prevailing one of move the negroed from tho South- said convention. This is precise- sylvania, and in Loudon, destruuive nud disorganizing he now ern States and colonize them in ly a siiailar rule to that observed thnt long will the civilized world when negroes that I had carried strikes! which always bring suffer7,000 Homo other country. If tho polit- by Legislatures in disqualifying sytnpathizo with such laborers and mill what my from Carolina to Iud, ing itinl sorrow, and too often & Ic standing among tlo altiiod ical experimentalists will only let members from ofllccs created by condemn such employers. even fraternity was, ho wnutetl to kuof at nro gained. if the ends KBSTUCKY SinKET South and tho negroes alone, tho a session of the Legislature. This MANUrACrUltllllH The Courikk believes that one I could He sal Southern race question will settle disqualifying clause Is intended, great causo of theso troubles is if I could black boots. mo a gool constantly on hand for hire if he would give TK wild and senBolcss enue KEEl'3 sale of course, to check tho conven- tho unequal burdens which itself in good tiiuo. and it can nevtho place. Well, I didn't sco whit for tho IlrownSo(tinrd elixir is tion in tho making of oalccs, nnd I10K3K8. UU00IK3 er bo settled in any other way. likely to be bruitght to nil Olid by Uavlng purchased theand HACKS. particularly in preventing their ac- system of indirect taxation indicts blacking boots had to do with stable, horses npou tho rich and tlio poor, mak- for 1 was to be n messenger to blood-poitho numerous cases of and entire outfit of W, 11. Durante r Tim United States and England tion as members being influenced ing the rich richor and the poor to continue the business, and aro not likely to go to war over by any such expectations: of re poorer. And the other kindred paid by Uncle Sam. Then boast- oning that have occurred from its we Some of theso ollcit patronstetho seizures of poaching Canadian ward, or, at least, removing any causo of great employers forcing ed mc if I could drive n carriagt. administration. scaling vessels in Hehriug Sea. such tcmptntioiiH. Such a rule profits to themsolves out of en- I didn't see what that, hail to d uses aro likely to result fatally, for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes and Boilors. c arc in tho right, and tho mat tuny not- - prevail in the convention terprises legitimately unprofitable, with it, either, but ho told mo In and in many of thorn tho consti Works, Agents n garble wanted a gootl boy to black Iris tution of tho victim will suffer be assembled in this State next by tcr will bo settled by arbitration to grinding down wages below the boots, and as his wife anil chili-re- permanent injury. Sousational If Canada was independent of year, but professional AT IIWKMAX, nuRlO-lliving rate. r WILL OKINI) MHAL BVKItY 8ATUKDAY. were expected in tho cijr newspapers and notoriety-seekinshould btware. England, we might lmv a. omul) within a short time, ho wnutel lilivalriMiia urn roaiinnalliln for tlin picnic over tho affair. She will AVOOATIIW OH MEMBERS. C. 11AMAGE, TIIHCATKMi TEHRim.K IIKMtt.TM. some one who evil that has been brought, which could drivo never quit her bluster until Uncle The last Constitutional ConvenDiana la has been caused mainly by crude The Chicago Trades Aosembly oatu spanks her. tion was eotrposed of 39 lawyers. Maruli anil ignorant manipulations of n Italian anh American ORAVat Tho speech of tho rascal was adopted resolutions declaring MUNUMKNTf. TUt Af" 38 farmers, it physicians, 3 set remedy that. Intelligently employwith loud applause. MANUHACTUUUIlB OF Till: CKI.KIIHATKU TilK window glass tnnnufactur down iib lawyer and farmer, 2 me- that tho "wonderful rapidity with 3TO.NK8. ed, may prove of value in certain crs in tho Last have mused to chanics, 1 miller, 1 which the great strike in Loudon In slock, a fine lot of Amer 1 W cases, but that has been brought sign tho workers' wage scale, and A t'URIOC.H LOVE NTOttr. co I aa pre hj Italian 1 clerk, 1 preacher, 1 spread from tho dock laborers to into ridicule and disrepute by tho pared ican all orders. Martls. examine a striko is to bo ordorced. Tho trader, 1 merchant, 1 sheriff, anil other trades nud occupations in Call and to fill Tho most curious matrimonial manner In which it has been window glass workers, by tho 1 no calling given. TuIb bIiows no way related thereto, aud the tar work. W nud thn nbsnrdlv exagger OrJsra from lb country promptly way, woro among those to whom that activo interest, sympathy mid co story of the day cohiph from the people of that day did A short timo since n store ated accounts of its effects. When filed. high wages were to bo nssurod by not confine their selections to the operation of tho great masses of CO nay2f Harrison and tho tariff, window learned professions, hut rather se- people in that city, together with at Perry, in thnt State, was robhod the doctors get dono playing with na of about 500 worth of goods. No it no doubt tlio quacks will take glass being one of tho most highly lected men of broad intelligence the tendered and activo help of w could ho found of tho rob their turn at it, aud gather n rich w. "protected" products or the coun and conservative thought, repre- tho workers in tho industrial cen- trace -- jJMpfcAA rTfffMraV ijtfi I ber, but suspicion foil on Hour' . try. senting tho different intercBta of ters of Great Britain, on the con- King, one of the most popular harvest from the gullible public. tinents of Europe, America nud young men 00 'V It V 'V of tho town. Neither thk osuun or roKTUxr.. Toe talk about making additions the State. Australia, marks the creation in CO AOE OP MEMBERS. to tho Wliitu House, so as to pro lUaMjuvtMl. tho minds aud hearts of tho work- tho public nor tho victims could It is a matter of interest to know ers of one common aud vital inter- beliove tho rumor connecting Kin;: The Now Jersey man who hit vide more commodious quarters for the President's family, has the age of members elected. The est that makes practical aud very Willi tuo routiery, auu tnero was upon the idea of attaching a rubbrought out tho statement that a oldest member was 72, hiiiI the probable tho simultaneous upris- no arrest. Two weeks later King ber erasing tip to the end of lend K,ul tlio t niortgago rests on the White youngest 20. There were between ing of such great masses of angry gave the town another surprise by pencils is worth $200 000. A.rHrtiittllt of woman, House. Gen. Washington borrow tho ages of CO and 70, 6; between workers as will oudancer existing marrying a Hvcrvono has soon the metnl money from Virginia to build 50 and CO, 24; botwecu 40 and 50, social and industrial institutions, who was old enough to bo his ) plates that aro used to protect tbo ed , tbo present structure, and the 42; between 00 and 40.J23;aud be. and eituiliaoizes the Immediate mother. Ho wound nn liln colon or roiiK'i sitocs, 1" lo rminil moon by taking ,, k10W t, t ,, "claim, which is tor vll'O.GOO, has tweun juami vu otny i. necessity for tho employing class note explaining poison, and left a ,, the causo which' ,ut,. IDII ... never been denied by tho Govern .i. ..... -- i... i.t. XX? to conceUo such reasonable re. ,, ,1 If .III 1,1 JIIQ IIU lll,l. Hlllf IIIV 3 ment. forms ad will romovo the possibil- IllUIIIIIkCII Ullll IU UIKU IIIH IIIO. IIO upon tho idea has matlo IVK III M ,V THIA J Bloody Hhlrt Work. said that It was true thnt he was As largo a sum as was over ob- Goods dc'iverl to any .wt of the City. ity of a revolution that threatens guilty of tho burglary and thnt his tained for nuy invention wns enrm At Jacksonville, Aln.. Saturday A riee .Miix, seems Imminent Id Lo Flore such terrible results to life and guilt was discovered immediately joyed by the Yankee who invented Inst there was a unin.no rouniou. county,rnioxeO about 600 armeJ iieirovn property." at Shell Mound, lint count;. .Dr.AI.KR IX- The colored men who served in being Lowry has gone to tut iccm wlili five The resolutions proceed to "re- by tho woman who became his the inverted glass bell to hang W. DIESTELBRINK. Out. tbo Confederate army in various companies of militia. Olirer Com well, a spectfully adviso tho employing wife. Tho day after tho bnrglnry over glnsB jets to prevent ceiling capacities, hh teamsters, servants, ner.ro who is at the bead of a class to immediately and seriously she summoned him to her house, from being blackened by smoke. TAINTS cooks, etc., had a Confederate "re- negro alliance, ! the ctuit of tie trouble. consider the possiblo advantage and after showing him conclusive space lo nam all articles, but no DRUGS, HBDIGIKIB, The inventor of tlio roller skate The union." Tho day was celebrated eoej black! claim that be bai been threat, of running with laborin tho estab- proofs nf his gnilt informed him has made 1,000,000, notwithstand- NO trouble Is ihow jccdi. br the white and tbeltilcr with a barbecue, specuhos and notified that if be wan moleiltxl in were lishment of a minimum rate of that ho could take his choice be- ing tho fact that his patent had Come and see, at the corner of Troy Ky anjr bascbnll. At night a debate was wj they would fire Shell Mound. wages sufficient to enable the least tween marrying her nnd going to nearly expired before tho vitluo and Moseow Avenue, East Hlekraro, JMC tho penitentiary. King said that of it wns ascertained In tho craze had on tlio question whether the skilled of the laborers to live a deho pleaded that lie was too yonng for roller skating that spread till The dlitleliCT aanounce a lerloua riol cent, civilized life, nud the norDemocratic or the Republican party was the best friend to the between whites and blacks atOnuMiboro, mal work day of eight hours and and that she was too old, but tho over tho country n few years ngo. And r your lllacksinlllihig aud general sr UPKESCITIOINS COMPOUNDED. tW CAUBKULLY A the river Orleans. negro. Good humor prevailed across exeuialcm from .hew juel arritej the steady employment of all work- lady would stand no excuses. She Tlio srrew has train had uejro admitted that she was a trifle an- produced more wealth than most Repairing dune at throughout. aud Immediately afterward! firing begin. ers." tique, bnt said sho would make silver mines, and tho Connecticut The negroes claim that a part; of armed him a better wife than sotno giddy man who flist thought of putting A MOOD nKCORD. T. S. Flood, Republican mem- white men were waiting fur the arrival of young thing. King weakened nud copper tips on tlio toes ol child ( Ctrnir of Obion anil Kukaufi Strut;) ber of tho IIouso of Representa- tbe trail., anil ocean firing into tie blacks James E. Campbell, tho Dem- was married. Tho honeymoon ren's shoes is ns well off ns an; whatever. tives rroin the Elmira, N. Y., dis- without claim,provocation that a while The if he HICKMAN, KY. however, boy nominee for Governor of laBted just a week. lie was saved trict, has coino to tlio conclusion whites bjr some cue on the train, ami ocraticsays was shot Trices. My Oood Work Ohio, tho Nashville American from a suicide's grave, ami on re- had iuhorited $1,000,000, for that's that Wushingtouis not big enough lhal a while man was also shot, and upon stands upon a conspicuous emitho atnmonnt his idea has realized motto. covering said he profcrrod the for him in cold, clammy coin. L to hold Tanner and himself, nnd this provoeallou they returned In fire. nence WORK a pecUllr.-t- 2 DEALERS IN ns a man who voluntarily penitentiary. Tbe negroes lletl, panlo stricken. tJeveral "No moro bride's Tho common needlo threader. has thereforo demanded tho PenJOHN K. UKAY. gave up his pousion. There aro for me," he said to his friends. sion Commissioner's dismissal. It jicdouj were nounJel. which every one has seen for sale, 0UU(t8, MtrOICIKES. BOOKS, BTATIONKUY, an.l Hel.wil Bnpiille. tnar20lf Such news aa thnabovo extracts several cases of prominent men, Faucy (KKJIIS, TUYJi, asd l'ICTUR K3 is 6aid he has vioited the President ami which every woman owns, was as THE CLirr BWKLI.ER. and laid tho matter before him, nro again growing common from more as prominent who pensioners a boon to needle users. The man SL'NDBIIS, PAINTS, OILS, WIS KB ami I.tqUOIIH, or Me.llcal us. than have steadwarriors, and has threatened to resign Ids tho Southern StateB. Why is it! ily who who invented it has nn Incomo of drawn their pensions ns physiFredorrick Schwafzka, his request be granted. Stir.li ufVuirR, ia seat unless AOKNTBFOU TI1U it prnbahlnro un- cal wrecks while holding lifo in- created a sensation soino wueka i 10,000 a year from his invention. Tanner recently made a silly atA minister in England mndo avoidable under any rule, but tlio surance policies on tho certificate ago by his reported discovery of 350,000 by inventing tack on Flood, and this is tho rean odd toy public know that they woro much of examining physicians ns to cliff dwellers in Northern Chihua- that danced by winding it with a KKNTUOKY. sult of it. HICKMAN, Mr. hua, living to all intents nnd pur)o( Iorh frpmimit nnilpr tlin Plornlnn1 their physical soundness. A. string. Kl'FXI AI.TY. HA Pir Campbell in 1875 underwent exam- pose ns they did centuries ago, has TnEiminensoiiumberof failnrcsL,t,t.,iBtrnt!nn ti. .,,i it 1IVE MK A TRIAL when you want Iart8l887 ination for lifo insurance success- been engaged in an exploration among the wool manufacturers , T Illacksmltking done, or repairs on Wagon, &c. I also kern full I'll ef during tho last six months has on t.r "y P'ov one 1 epublican fully and immediately surrendered and study of the cliff dwellings in U!uler tlie his pension. ITo made no effort Arizona, to discover if possible a produced great uneasiness to fr0Bl,Ifi,,t' Undertaker's floods, I FURNITURE. I FURNITURE, those manufacturers who have WopnWicnii rulo the more ignorant to advertise this act, but did it as connection between the extinct Common, RoMWond, and Holld lllick Wat. of tho f .r.'l .pe0',lti ttf c?8 Iy a matter of course nnd made no tribes and the living cliff dwellers been able to hold out. More than ' Co Hi oi ami Cases, which can lo fitted nut majority of tho mention of it oven to his friends. discovered by him. Ho lias come lllty failures have been reported. up on short notice, and at ressonabt w,'it0 ,,e(0',le " When ho became a caudldato for to tho conclusion that tbey aro tho prices, (live ru a call. The National Association of Wool J.tho ?rllV,.a,ul Gov-ciHUT Shop in West Hickman. Congress several years latter he snmo, nud nays of the result of Manufacturers have culled a spo- tl10 "'"''J-ormaj'2i-H- a convention for the 17th of er","!CI,t i8,rcn(,i' to buck them, attacked tho indiscriminate and his investigations: Hy plunged lavish astravagnnee of the RepubDEALERS IN ollnntini,.?"11 iMiil "ntf re wbii !haMour"nlf' my .llsoovery thtsjnontii o di-iIia lican pnrty in pension-givinand of cliff dwellers inl.urth.ru Cuibu'iu nnil I in nlTur-- t nf tlm itnnl In.lff "BSBO T. TY LEU his Republican competitor rotort-e- was made some months ago the question upon tlio manufacturing industry. was living tbe relation with much bitterness that Mr. cliff raised as tosustained lo these extinct (ho Debt. is probahlo that the convention It fNcrcasIutf ATTORNEYS AT LAW, dwellers Iht Campbell waB himself n pensioner tribes wboxe dwelling are found In Arlto-nwill declare lor free raw material, For tho first time since the war. upon the bounty of the GovernI have examined the elltf dwelling JJ10KMAN. - - - KENTUCKY or a great reduction in the prestho month of August shows an ment while holding allfo insurance here nnd And thern the same aa tbose In rusted ent duty on raw material. aciai"i,ucicv. HXOlOr.AN', WIM.n.teml lo all business enl increase of tho debt of tlio United policy based upon tho certificate Chihuahua. Tnls support Hie Ibeory that the cliff dweller, driven out of Arizs, Office Furniture Factory. States of over ouo million and n of a roputablo physician that he na hy warlike tribes, found a safe refuge The Memphis Appeal in tho folAnF.OKKKIUNCl all Rrailss ef Vlsln, Meiliiim ami Fine Furnitiir at greally novS.'TS TIiIr In the Blerra Madres, where I found thousBound. lowing thinks the politicians will half dollars. Always, heretofore, wits physically rs'liiciil prices. Wo carry a full line, at all times, of look to tho West for light in 1802: the revenue of tho CJovornment brought out, for the first time, tho ands of then a few month ago. CHAIRS, ROCKERS, TA11LES, BUREAUS, WASIISTANDS, WARDROBES' S. MURRELL. "The political calculators aro again has been bo vast that tho debt lias truth of the tnattor, and placed It is impossible to arrive at a CU AMBER SETS, MATTRESSES, SVRINOS, Ait., been paid as interests, &c, fell Mr. Campbell in tho enviable po- AAnlifinl Ul 1,tntrt. Ul tltn IHUOV) nfl .., Q.U.J nf ...U w.a nt work looking toward tho elecI.UI. ..... AVTOBNBY-AT- IiAW, Ami vre guarantee our rrlcrs tore the Inwent. (Use us a (rial ami tie eonvinred, tion year 1802, when the electoral due, and, moreover, a surplus of sition of refusing to receive Gov formerly peopling tno groat west, n all (OIBc. I rs ovrr CowjIU't ttcuf Hit.,) tiar We are heailivuartrr nn UNDERTAKER'S OOODS, ami discountCases. college will number 121, instead of from ouo to two minimis monthly ernment bounty one single day but. bit by bit, modern explorers In this line. We carry a large line of Wooden anil Melalllo Uurial was accumulated. Here cornea after he was assured or his restor- aud students are gathering mater- Mf For Bora Ryes, 1UCKUAN, KY. Jin, as now, and the battlo ground in the great tUT Itepalrlnj and Jnb Work n jccialy. demand of the Dem ation to health: uud it also ials and fuots that will enable ns will be in tlio West, not tlio Fast, placed him in the Congress of tho to form a vory fair estimate of Will practice in alt th Court of tb as heretofore. The solid South's ocrats to reduce tariff taxation, on tho great truth that tho tax United States- First Judicial District. 150 votes, with 'ew York aud these races who occupied the land, MSrVot Neuralgia and Rheumatism, rmsrl81 COWQILL'S WIASZL OIL. buildtd cities, formed governadded, would make only 210 system producing nearly one hundAKBUOIl AnnilTKD. ments nnd inado war long before votes, nnd with New York, New red millions more money annually Kroin MtT For Piles, Europeans dreamed of America. Jersey and Connecticut would than tho Government needed, KAHT J 1 1 OILMAN, 3CV. The natural impression of per COWQILL'S FILX OINTMEN- T,niako but 200 votes, whllo 213 tlmt, therefore, it was unnecessary, buideusomc and wrong. It ap- haps a majority of people who would bo rcquirod, In ortler to NTRAIUIITKNINU KINK. Tho Original Wins. t&- - For Tetter ami Ringworm, C. V, Simmons, hi. I.oult, have not looked into the question eloct, tlio Bolid South, Now Yoik, pears now that Harrison's Uedlclnt.liii'd The process for straightening COWQILL'S TITTES OINTMENT. is not only wiping out closoly is thnt tho draft Constitu ludiaiui and either Nuw Jersey or Mo, io ma u, a. xiari psreavs J. Jt. ZtUln. lroDfr A.Q.himmana LI. Connecticut would bo necessary. tho surplus, but is beginning to tion, when it comes from tho hands the kinks in tho colored ladies' r ItcnUtor.Kit'dbrZclllniaOd. Wjiftt Qtfir nf .iii.iii.u ti.niTn. line up a now tiout. And what is of tho convention, will have to be hair which has created groat ex && For VTorms, M. A. 8. L. M. h lor 47 veer i ku.ii...i. tltA ..ixiu.... u. niiiltlw. tnlrfia :. CUied iNDIOSSTIOH, lllLIUl'SNSSS, B,,ow for ll' Not a 8i"Bl0 submitted to a popular vote. This cltemont among tho colored popu- Cowgilra Pleasant Worm Syrup it way, and all politicians in 1892 Doom all kinds nf Muclilno Work. UYSrirslA,StCK llaADACIIS,1.0ST Hopnlrliif,' douo with NoutncBB ArraTiTS, Soua 2tomacii. Ktc, will bo found looking to tho West K "I'roveiiiein, no now navy seems to bo erroneous, Iiowover, lation of Kentucky Is not wholly SATISFACTION QVAUANTHKD OH and Despiltch. ll'c gunriinttc nil we do to give uttituclion. HilVing llev. T II. Ksams, I'sstor M. K. 110 coast defences. iu Tho imtlnnnl aud the Hiokjian Couniua is without its disadvantages. for light. (Church, AiUnu,Tnn., wrilrss"! locuted witlt now tools, nnil tho host Miiehlnista in tlio TUB MONEY REFUNDED, Maytleld Herald tolls of a negro schools, and really nothing except probably correct in saying: tnouiu nave Dul imu . your ucniunepn ocaafilm- NVost, wo Hollult lor flliuro of your trado. Jl. A. girl nt a picuio in thnt town who increased pensions to the eoldiers. room L.ircr Memciaa. I hsvs ANIATItt 'tlO!.i:itA. "Wo have frequently seeu Oils For Sate by the Proprietor, sometimes had to suhslltul And under exactly tho snmo laws Piping, Brass Goods. &c. constantly on hand. In tires, anil more frequently hear! was Btispoctod of etoaling $11.75. "Zeilln's itutl" for vuur ltiH PiTTSnuno, Sept. 3. A special us cxistod under tho Cleveland It from clilieus, but we fail lo find such A detective arrested hor and J, W, COWGILL, Druggist, " oon't uiiwcr the Wo aro offents for Saw MIIIb, Hngiiion and Boilors, Iron Foiiolng, n cln. requirement In the State Connllliition. from Tillln, Ohio, says: Mrs. Goo. iiduiiiilBtrution. exam-(ntwo other women to GorniHh Work, Oylintler . Whero ia tho Tbe people In Iht exerolne of Ibelr sover Dr.J.'lt.Orsvss.Hdltor Tit Bhinglo und Hoadlng IllcVmnn, Ky. jaU 88 tfaAUtt. Itl.mnhil.T.nn. ..v.l Coons, of Little Sandusky, u vil- economy promised by the hor, which they did, and j elj(n power wbon tbey elect delegalos vest 811W8, Pumps of all kiiiila, &c. I received a nAck.ffe of vnur I.u.i lage fifteen miles soutli of hcie, sho did not hnvo the monoy. They aro raiding the Treas- - said uelegatss wllli erlginat una plenary MciUclne, and have uieJ h.Kut It. A.. A.. Itwofkilikea chirm. I want na BOILIiR WORK tliod of what tlio tloctors STAVI! SAWS '.'PV!" f Vu.8 "BVer rill,1ed boforo authority We suppose, of course, that Tho ofllcial watched tho lady, AND better I.lvtr AtlD SIMON and PHYSICAN goiiuiun Asiatic cholera, If this lick U kept up, by 1892, tho the contention could make a constitution no wur ol Zeilln's laiitura and finally saw a littlo chain KENTUCKY lis ratification by tbe sticking from her looks. lie pull- HICKMAN, to day. Tho peoplo there ura Government will bo borrowing ssnilltioned upon J- - m 3i 3d 3 Mj rws do; a hi Professional Service lo greatly excited ajid many are leav- money Instead of leduolng tax- - neon e. If they chooo so lochoosebut if to ed it out and with it enmo tho OiTlco near N, & o. Depot- - Cor.llth unil AIuhcow Avuimko not Hickman and vicinity tmjorlty of die delegates tbecitlxenaof money from hor wooly ing tho village. .ypi-kai. lolrgii.fM, Af', Ac. Avoca-ln- J Factokiuh Iii tho North nro Washington, Aug.30. (Special.) failing right along, notwithstandiHere is a scouiidrol with a cast. ng tho tact that Harrison is Pre si New Book MB1. I CAYCF KENTUCKY, XjiIISTE! FWall, AD SEE IHM ..... o Dry Hood Notions, Bats, Shoes, g HOT EL rimiv conn kkc i gttber-notori- al 1 I CALL XT-- .,. RELIABLE x m - k AsasSWsn OFFICS-SEKKUK- V MWMB, hulf-stnr- y - DOUGLASS ATTOItNI-JV-AT-LANY- BROS I8BEIX, sKS-itlly- , fel-t- fJ to-da- y to-da- sale and livery stable Fauis Paiikeb, rare BOOPINQ A SPECIALTY. EAST HICEMAN JNO. W. MORRIS SON. Prop's, 1 COVUY. fl Fine Buggv Spokes s - oulco-seek-cr- s n y hisc.it-riuge.- K HERTWECK. BALTZER &C6. salt-make- r, r, H' ban-die- i. Courier-Journal- wr i mm -- a llt-tl- him Witting HICKMAN Itl-H- WAGON, well-know- n linni-y-li..- i. GROCERIES HICKMA1T! Family Groceries. HIOKMA1T, KENTUOKY. ..I Il0VC0 I THE OLD RELIABLE! CIIAS. A. UOLOOA1BE, 1 I Hi Dl'HTUiS, jci: c; 3r, gimiot-poititc- d J. F. GRAY'S, atllock-boUoftgr-JIIL- I imim d A. F. OLIVER, tin, Domestic Sewing Machine. PKMRIlTIO.M I'"'0'' , - y V a! STEPHENS & HHYLER, ou g d H.A. &R. a. Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, WE I 1 R What to Buy? cowaiLism calti. L'p-.- miiiki-lllio- In-dia- THAT FIGHT wsrks mlmiu-istrutlo- n Jno. W. Morris A Co., 11 Pipe-Fittinga, MMII-- I l. 1 k Male-me- al d o d Stavo-Hawj- Kepub-licaiiR- o how-ove- r, DR. anlO-'ftO FAJRIS - - uttuu. kubult It, why (bat is tbe cud of it." topknot. HH1! :: l j tc . lW-- l . . ..... . j - h" . - - aw- . i asssSlP ?ii:ws r-ls SBfJEC mmmmmm tssW&s, SM JtsssssBssssssssssSlHsisW wmMmm- - SsW4SHSaHMsjUBVHIMBi JfJWmiKii " . . EbuuESssbJ mmmmmm MyMinRnHMiMi mim 'I v. mmmrfr? :Wl .hfi "",... ,..,. 1 " wi.kiw 'H . i 1 -- w luMma St ..,..ifctiiw tot Ths Leading Jeweler! CBURLINGAME. & Tho Largest nnd Doat Otock of Till! .Allui'AII AXI IIICJatJiMX, The work of securing tho right Hickman, Kv., Bept. 'Jnd, 1889. Council met purauanl to aJjournmeut. of wny for the I'nducah, Iliekman i'reaent: MnorL'owglll, Cauncllatn Park- and Southern railroad goos right along. Tho locators are ont all er, Kamage, Aliaw. Bmllb, and Ilecbuan. The minute of Ibo tail mealing were the time now vlowlng thefleldantl read, appro ted and algned. making preparations for earnest ACCOUNT AMXJWIII. work. J. v. Hopkins, city engifollowing account were presented neer, was running lines yesterday Tbe properlr approved, which oo motion were along P tho cast border of J. M. aillowcd and theck ordered lamed for tbe Huokner's farm near tho city. We amount; Hraltb, Kllleon & Co , I.I me, Nad, Ae 7I 70 aro authorized to stnto that earnStrut pay roll week ending July i7, ii.K est dirt throwing will commence " " Aug 8, 0(180 on this lino In tho very near future. ii ii " " 10, 61 M (Padacah Standard. ii il it 17. H'ltth COUiJOlL PKOOHEDiaHs. i r , i a 3 3 a , .wvii'pm" 3 . g. a a 1 3ETT 2 W3ErX W13 BE SURE TO READ THIS, iSxIil "U" fSSHHU 4 cr HI 4 0 II HAVE A VKltY 010B SELECTION OF ' ii it n ii ii TO BE FOUND JN THE CITY. -- (0)- Street pay roll week endluj- Aug. aiat $05 85 Lew amount paid by Mre. Jane Am berg for curb'g, jt amount uld by C. 0. 80 8 35 07.00 Knllb for brick, aj( 750 NPI2CIAL ItAKOAIIVN. stock a larger amount of Lndics Dress Goods, lents' Furnishing Goods, &c, than ho desires to car-r- j ovor, from mid after this date, ho will sell anything in tils line at Mlt. S. GoLDPARD, DRY GOODS IN AL :M and Fancy ColoA. Tho very best quality of Ladies and LINES. in tliis town, Vs. ' Jj having in Our DltHSS GOODS arc tho Finest, Prettiest and most Moderate in Price, ever eiigjrti LACES, EMBUOIDKltlES and ItlllUONS, from the cltcapst to the most costly. in Solid with nice Trirnmiiigs to malcli felLiv IMI'oilTKD FllEKCII SA'JTKENS; HOSE, ron IAI.K r' Couneitmnn n receipt for 17.00 procenle of two City Halt npoeinl bargain figures. It would .,!! by Mm. lamp bo too tedious to enumerate the TaraauitKa't BgniiT. on each specially 0. do to 1Ui.t.kk & Biiaw'h for W.bis Johnaon, Cily Trramrei, prrut-e- d article, butreduced priceaand nil to SATZS. ending tbla day report for ho ask one cheap Dry Goods. Thuy proposo Inclusive, allowing month in Treasury) call and exnmlnn goods, and ho amount to nniko It hot for coinpotitorn To credit (leneral fund Account, $6'J 67 gnnmntecs to namo prices that emn um njrMr ..m... ,.. . MlUi To credit Funded Drbt Aexxiunl, 'id "l M .... through tho aiimuior inontlis. On.HHh fi'Uh YD ipi . ...-.- ,. iii.ljhm (4 To credit College llond Account, 701.71 will prove it to be to your interJuly 12 wltr,ltM.wU SI f Httare TraiKitni est to buy from biin. City Hall Account overdrawn, f oh Uh, Art lHiilon, flflr lurk fowli n'23-t- f .l lH(.ol lMrlun, Tbe report wa received and ordered S. Goldpabiu Tho railroad iirojects may bo (mmIiWh Pur or ftr M. n.tirTtl noting ilow Juit now, but titer r cer- filed CITY LIST. will rttstrtr AMEHICAX ri.CCH. tain, all th w4. m. January, IS'Jl, will Tbe City Tax 1)KLIN1UKTmad out iMlnrlft( MtMlHtloni, IflltntM f r9Mrf ce both lb r., T & A. and lb Colleolor lt II. & 1, ulll U itfU'M fr mt tbr!f f Ah If persona and properly, whleh he found M kmIU-When tho history of the latter Id rMt jr iifM ftr wrt fJf lint In full runniog orJer. PaJucab it after ilu effort to collect th , could uli r lit) wli inftttvrra1ln4 Hwa, Aug. at). this country la fully writnot be oollecled lkre7rom, and relnrned half of Tho Young Men's ChristUti tho eama opoa oath lo lb Council, laid ten op, one of the most interest! AModallon will bold their regular nett- lll of dilliniienta ainounllng lo f 107 45, ing chapters will deal with the On molloo the delinquent Hal wa plate ing at lb MeihodUt church, Sand remarkable recuperative power yon waat Pualera, If rvenlog at 3 o'clock. Subject for dlncu. u in in nanus st lui uoiiestor isr col evinced by our people nnder the If tun oanl Kmel""., lecilon, lion: "The Hilpleai Helped by the (Ireil ! Hill tlnwta, weight or crushing disaster. Chi If J" If run Maul iMalama.la, KTTI.XMKXr WITH TAX aitHCtTtllt. lllrr." Kierylw.1 Inrlted. cago roso from her ruins more al Ltlr II ; Tb mado settlement with lha benutlful and majestic than before, ! Not. In !, A large stock of nil kinds of Tat Council as If J.a) wa.l ll.alatas Carls, Collector required br Bee Vlalil.a; rrls, Hewing Muchlno Needles some- 5, of ibe City Charier, and found 3,inArt. iiuu what in soino portions or the mii If hi II aat Hall UiIuiImi, world would have entirely blotted thing you liavo not seen 3 in a bauds a balance due Ibe ell on If iaa nl PMbpLs; College (hind Tax. ! lu.la. llrrwlats, If paper. Cotno and seo thorn at S'iM 31 ber out or existence, Is now ac Joi raiMTim r fvt, ir .i Ucn'l Fund and Funded Debt ao'l, UOU 74 knowledged to have been a bless HUCK ltltOS. arlll'lt-- ", !" Ill aanal satllf,lry MiMiMrt j.ai nuglO MlUkxl kr tallif at lb. ran kal J.ar ing in disguise, and to have made Tho count by the Seorotary of Total, $76 05 her a uner aud more prosperous tilale of lb tote for and agalnet the Con. On motion the Council adjourned un lit its tegular ineeilug on Tuesday, Sept. city thau she would ever have Uiuilooal (youirullon tta progremeil otherwise been, Boston, Charles lo rhow beyond doubt lint the iim, iiviu. Cone entliHi wae en I led tou and other cities since then About tbree-nfltAttest, of lb rater w. u MtcirrciiKN, c. were in fator of Ihe Con- have, to a greater or less degree, eiillna we C3rivo l;t Hix3cx rtt gl Trietl or tAMM rseiilod Trea-nre- Misscsc OTTON GLOVES; ! SILK MITTS, 'HANDKERCHIEFS. Ac., can be found on our Counters, at llcmarkably Low Figures. tlio very host ADV.IBTIIINQ rr Wo lave a very large assortment of Wc hnvo clasu of 0.ill 1 Stapl and .Fancy CUSTOM-MAD-E '. ijmk-U- t -! lax, Slippers and Shoe whfel Art marie in tho VBKY LATEST STYLE, and for Wear uiid Comfort. THEY GROCERIES which can be bought from us lis low as anj.' house ctri Bell. Look at This CAN'T BE ,, llt, BEAT! OIL, ,V JV 1 KrrptBf. 59 u Tt, - We liayo just received some nice two aud three- ply, ALL WOOL, Courier Job Office. 8. X. DAVIDSON, CARPETS, lCttinr--f Cloths, Building Material f Always on hand, and will compete with any maikct in this lino. a c : (Offie 5ftam9 isnroc ink, orir Cu gill's Drill jK,re,) errryibloj? nowaltyi. and la Hfl n, perbapl, all tbal a man will liar lo do ii lo touch o eleoltlo bulton when he grl up in lb morning and then ell down and watch Ibe wheel go round while b en. Joy Machinery Is doing nearly blimaelf. Ulckmaw. LOCAL NEWS. Ihe KeHlHcky. " The several Hickman schools Tho Government forco Is at Fino rains have fallen nluiost atwnik Improtlng ibe Hickman harbor. Oi,tliiuoly for tht ji:l fsir d;s, The IVnrl Catou, of Trttiton, 0eiied Mondiy with fairly the proinlie Tbe Heel tendance, Kacb acbool liM arrlerd her Saturday laal, and rain seem lo bo general and will prtparc eLItlitg friends Id lb c Jtjr Venn , and eicclalbn of additional boUr. artlra work grading the bank commenced Ihe ground In excellent ojudltioii for th Tb pupil, aflir a real f kwo roonllia, apMonday morning, and lia been progresa fall (ceding of wheil. Tlio bank of Dresden, Tonn., Mls ( laa No marriages this week. Autumn will oon lio tinging and etddenlag tin forest. t, will tin bail news lo many wbo l fond of lb luecloui frull thai lb watermelon eearan i likely lo b iliorl. The eraioa will lv at an eo.l in a wrrk or and lotrri of walerinilonc may make the moat of Ibelr opporiunlllc during Ibal brief period. II followed her oxaruplo, aud have A Nate) lesveatmeesl. OU Is one whlrh la guaranteed lo bring jou no uonbt but Johnstown aud Beat fHisfactory failure a tlo will ero long be added to the r in return of purchase price. On llils safe list of those who have snatched &o., plan you can buy from our adrertlsed victory from defeat. Already the Orugxlst a bottle of Dr. King' New hum of business is in tho air at which we propose to put down lower than for Coniumptiou. Il 1 giiirmiteed they were ever sold in Hickman. to bring relief In vry ear, when Haul for Seattle, and a year hence tbat city any afleiiiou of Tbroal, I.nnga or Clieat. will be far advanced on the way to uch aa Consumption, Inflammation of more solidity aud city like .aspect Lunge, Hronchhls, Aithiaa, Whooping than she would have reached in Cuiigh, Cnniji, e'e, to It la pleaxant and many a year to come had her reagree able lo laate, perfectly safe, and ean be always deindrd upon. Trial bottle cent calamity by Are not overtaken ber. 10c, at J. IV, Cowgill'a Drug Store. re-'ir-- .Rug, Aud our friends will appreciate this fact when they call and examine the line and Low Prices wc can givo on the very best class of Goods. GIVE US A CALL, AND TO BUY FROM WE WJLL MAKE IT TO YOUR JNTE11EST US. arg capital JI0O,UX), baa been organise I. Werib, nai letaa, wi Iti tfac clijr thi week. a goodCom is not expected to show yield In llbloo County, owing lo a A lovely lino of Iliitniuid lack of rain at lb proper line. Tbe ulwiiyHon liuml ut Mrs. Jones. hat erop for mit ear ie eiprclrd lo lie cilra good, ae regardc loth acreage and Tho corn crop in Illinnin ulit jield Mot farnirr bate tUne Ir breaking. A good yield per acre of t icti blf tu ivrrf t J lb iiiwi Hon-iioI- h Mr. Dick Alexander, of Fort pear willing for lb reiurapllmi of eluJy, and lb leachtri quite ea much (0 lat Tho cIiIkoiii of Troy decided Nil SlurtW.r lo lnctrort lb lenn I7 rlei aeed Ie filr aertage. being male aad Ibere Iaa tfif 7(t lo 17. The Clinton Graphic tins mov in 11011 imcu, opponiio AillblinwT 1 Jliuk liros', uuil ho til back lo Kulloii, nJ will linti'ltr U1 grocery, will repair (hum its n lnwn lb Kullon Uraphle. up'.'U Miss Iviittiin llowltt hits return- - workman should. ril lo lllemii anj liken clirt t( llm Lcaguo of llio Coiuincrcial llliiaical tXslrsi Ad'JtS 11 first-clas- s llringyour Watches. Clocks. Jewelry, &c, that neetl repairing, lo meet n Umlarill, Pepl. plan to colonize (luronituuHUd Mo The principal object will s iu North Carobaud of Ibt ftct for lb mrillni; nl lk t)lt 'Jllb anl'JSlb. the lina, on n tract of laud provided 1ttfut of Coiunicrclil Club, mil jrtar. b lo aecur Siala eilabliabnient in Ken lucky f a lliinau of Inimlgrntlsn by tho Indian iCights Association. There Ik ii luovciucMit talked It wo'lid be wll i"r lh onMiil,-- it !jloi, Tho Secretary thinks that the In of lo ImiIM a In in liielmaii, arnj and the clllee of Hickman and Kuilou to . dians nro doing well en ouch at aoine gvKJ man ro Uklog Inltrml lull. tie reprearnli-dMt. Vernon Barracks, iu Alabama, Ofllccrs of tho Mo., Tonn. & Huck Bros is tho nlnco to hnvo whero they nrc uow confined. ItallroaJ and Ciiupaoy write lo your eyes testod nnd fitted to the Judg Kingman, of tllekmati, announcing bent Tcbblo Glasses. iiurIO bat Ibey will promptly and earnntly Ciiuston, Ia., is to have a grass Tho ostension of tho O. nnd puah that mlcrpriie, Ibal tbelr delrrnil palaco. Com palaces have been nation la, tble inoulb, lo realite absoluteM. I t'ailucali i wall unJfr"a, anJ lb ly and finally front lb laud owoc'a what Courier-Jouidi- I. work la Mof rajilJI Cotno and hco our largo and of Into yenrs rather common, but I hey r galng to do; and Ibal lodlcatlona beautiful stock of Indies nnd n grass palace is something new. all point favorably to euceeoi. -- MIhr Lovlo Lmidnuii, ncnoin- Gents solid Gobi and Silver This palace, which looks more like n castle, Is 100 rxmltJ I17 lairr 1'rralon Korluno, of gagedA force of workmen wore en- - WntclieH. Wo will not bo under- fcot high, aud feetissnnaro and 120 decorated yeaterda in clearing up tbe it .croibla, Tmn., Iiaa lan vlaillna; frlenJa 11UCK 11KOS. sold. in the euburb of lit city for tb and out with all tho different In Ibr eh j, litis wrck. I'j.luc.b and Hickman railway, Th Una grasses and cereals of SouthwestT JANItAKT, 1101. Tho rnco horse, Proctor Knott, ha been located fur about three mllre, and ern Iowa. o. In Ne York, WouJay, for $17,000. Mr, Houston, acting for tb contrkclora, llVlxcafc Hlao.l.rJ.J On )rar t(o th mdk ownrri refmeJ Ibe force at work making lb pre lint Patliicali already has oxtoiiBivo rut work for tbe larger fore that laex-cctIOO,XiO. Such ii famr. Thk election iu theThird Louisihnrtly i'adiicab 8landard, aud superior railroad facilities but iana district for n Hepresentntlve Thcro nro more strangers vis- teplmber these nro soon lo bo Increased by iu Congress, to fill the vacancy iting lllckmitn UlaW i,an aa)r avaton for addition oft wo now roads which Cairo Telegram: News was tho tormlnato liero otto going to caused by the death of tho late E. pjirua llm (laiU Soino aro iroapelio( for will In (,U Uly lait trenlng (bat rati til laoiii, asme for IwilnJil octlVa, ,0. Gny, was a splendid victory for Florence and Birming- J. Col. N. 1. Moaa, or Judge Mot), it Ui was Sheffield. 8jn-tnclo- s mora familiarly called, attorney for lb Ala., and tho other to Iliek- tno iiomocratB. i'rioe swept tho ham, A now and large lot of llllooli Central' at Clinton, Kr., had been man Ky., and across the Missis- entire district, his majority being just received at Uuck HitoH. hit lb hcail with a club In tbe baud oter sippi river to n connection with Silaced nt nbout 0,000. Minor, the uuglti tipcctnclo cnees free. candidate, niado his of a man by lb name of Wade, and very tho great Line." "Cotton Rev T). ). Itnlley of Clinton evriouatr, If unl fatally, woandrd. rls Th cao two new ronds Bolt in tho canvass on "n wliito man's nro K bai tarn callrJ lo Iba ptnaraie of parliciilar aa to ihe cauee of Ibe Iroubl negroes voted tho nnd oourso of construction at this Democratic tho be llowttt Memorial cburob at NaalivllU, could b obtained. tioketin consequence. b loading llapllit eburcbra in lli time, aud are to bo completed by No town or city over grow aud aoulb. prospered an great length of lime with- January, 1801. A AKD. One of tbe steam graders now out lha united action of its people. Til Mori Mini, mrdocil f radlojc Hickman rWar front. It fact ean be eaelly tlemonitralid by recitEJitor Courier; TVe desire to ay to oar citizens, that for Ii clalmfl, will Jo aa much work In on ing lli growth of any city of importune year we have been aelling Dr. Kiac'a New lleaie permit ue, through our paper, dajr ai CO ilroog men wild pick anJ in lb ouulry. Tho elliteni of Discover for Consumption, Dr. Kinx's to express to the good people of Hickman, must promolw oaob other' buel. New liortla. Life Pills, HuckUn' Arnica Salve and of Fulton count, our deepest gratinee Intereele by patronising Ihe product aad Electric Hitter, and have never ban- tude for lli consideration ami kindness Tho Pndiicah, Iliokinan & of bom labor when It require lie died remedies that fell a well, or that ahown us during our sail attlletlon, the Houllitrn railroad ronlr,yrlriUy, began lo do ao, have given audi universal satisfaction. We alnkut's and death of onr son, Arthur. work outline out It right of waj anl am The last piece of ateel was do not hesitate 10 guaranun them every The claud ef sorrow Iim hue; heavily over loaklni tho oliipi II. Paducali Nwi, taidon Ibe Illinois Central Hatlroad llrldge lime, and we aland rend to refund Ihe our one happy home, and lb aindniai Hapu SrJ. spinning Ut Ohla st Cairo, III., last weet, purakaan price. If aallsfaotory results do and emiialby so oontlauously shown us Tho Motlioillsta of Fulton are leaving only the rivlt lo b drlvtn to not follow their use. The remedle have bring gleam of Mufrrt Abd CJu5!at!cn erecting oo of (lis Mulnl oburebai In oomplclo oae of the finest structure In won their great popularity purl on Hicir to anguUhed heart. From tbe dtptki of sorrowing and grateful hearts, we are I bo l'urobaa, and will bar Il complied th eouotry. Tbe first pleoe of atel was merit. Bold by J. W. Cowglll, Druggist. Yours Iruly, in lime for tb ennfertnc wliicu untea looaied ou Ilia moroltia; af Ms 2, sad tbe W. V, TAYLOR. (bit fall. tbtr last piece in lb afternoon of August 28. talVKTHRX A VHAHVK. MRS. WILUK TAYLOR. me ol tho al.al In I. UuluU U A boHUtiful stock of IMbboiiB, 6,010 ton. It I 4,083 set in length, Those who nro desnairine over Lncos nnd Flowers, together with of approacbt. tho railroad proieota because ac TEIBUTS OF dlliMnl it KratHca ,, li-s- sd l'luluciih tins been selected n Cnentlu s csil fsr 2 : hll 0. I,e graders altrart great attention, tnd Hi dally. binks are lined with elghl-seThe plau of work under which ihe engineer are now working Is for a harbor 1,'JOO fret long and 300 in depth or width. Th grade .1 to I, i first obtained, and then a eolld luallrcs ef rock, willow bruab and poles planted o'er the whale of 11. The abutment or bae of Ihla work la to b protected by piles and rock. This embraces, proltly, all the work lo be ai tempted ibis reason. The niece fron tb old Hurrus warehouse, or old depot, to Ibe point oi the i)i ii n atxite, le where tbe work ia helng Mone. Ultimately, th work la lo lie exlendel by a continuous system of revetments further on up the rl'er lo noio iHntance aboee lb old pump factory, and ntso by three ruck dykee lo turn Ibe current of water oo lo the head of the Missouri sand bar. The main object of th work llil era-o- n is directed towari holding the bank, aa a gid permanent bauk uiuat first Ir had to build any other wjrke lo The work undertaken bere ia earc'l to be considered as an etp-r- i tnrnl, from Ihe fact that tbe same kind of work hae been prof en otierct'fal at other character of bank fiolntt where Ibe same against. Hence, bn contended Il may be eonlldcnlly felt lhal the work here will be sueee-an 1 caving river bank will liineeferlb be unknown lo lb Hickman front. td er s, ing etvr since. The el earn ACADEMY. a 0 0 OIWTBAL J. Ambergps Sons. 'iS'Jit The St. Louis Anchor Line Tbl popatar sshool will open SeptemPacket Company have advanced their ber 2d; Mis H. Adelle Allen, principal rale to all point from St. Lout lo New of Literary Department; Mia Kmma Hew. Orleans, Scents per barrel on flour and lit in chag of tfuslcal Department. meal and -- j cents per 100 on pound Two term of 10 weeks esch Charges freight. from llm of entrance lo end of term. For information aa to rate or special apply to A HKAVT RiinwfuH in 'Montana. R. ADEM.K AI.LEN, has nut out tlin forest fires that jull'J-SHickman, Ky. raging in have been the mountains ror six weokB, aud saved several niltiine towns from destruclinii. The timber iu tho burned section wns the finest in Montana, aud none of it now remains. m 1 3ST t3 XJ K, .A. 1ST C EI W IV isasliaaaaMll'CSaLaatf I Q ngJjCgBgtflgV iyjp JjLBHiuffssaTVr SaBBBBBaaSjaaBKTSaBBvmHsBBSMiat VafflsBBBBBBBBtBBsflBaV'aaBBnSsKrV g Fresh Groceries. undraigned having purchased the grocery stock of P. K. Case, will continue bus inert at the old stand, and proposes lo sell aa good goods, and at as low prloes as any. Will appreciate your trade. I) . BRYANT. ful5 Th H docs not look fuvornbly upon tho red-skin- Suckutary of War Proctor ATTENTIONjJWERYBODYT" Having bought out the Clark lUkerr and Grocery, 1 will bo pleased lo ice alt my old friends and customcrsItri-iut- i dilcc-H- , a&o.t A... 5 0J.VZ8 $220,000,000 ASSETS! 52a A 9 &($ R33I'UEMENT OVEItva HICKMAN, AlNViiyH Delivery lav- - Brrad Wigcn will on liuml! OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, INSURE V. TO - DAY; W KENTUCKY: LATE f a I v'-- ou every day. jalH-t- f '.t R. M. METHENY. MAY BE TOO II&& juliJ H. BUCHANAN, 1'rctt. 0. BALTZKB, Prat. B. U ALEXANDER CuM right-of-w- in-st- HIGKffiiLH CAPITAL, IIK KM AW, KY. BAI . Claaalcat and Scientific Courses. Vocal atxf Two separate FhooU nader ooe naeasrment. Initromentil Music. Kxrcnsee lower tban anr other school or Ilk. hlxb frajo within our knowleJga. 1Mb year oycni Seit. Jrd. ISS9. ftreata!cii adJma Ma. 8. T. 1ULL. I'rtaUeot. OKEK VltLE. KT.-- AND COLLEGE FOR YOUNG MEN. ed .350,000. i Being rrgiiUrly organised and readv for business, we respectfully Rolicit the patronag of all. Allcolllectlons made for deHsitora free of chaige. Approved paper running three or four months, discounted at Ibe rate of per cent, per annum. Iiw Utoij HICKMAN, with JUST OPENED, reasonable. Stable. KENTUCKY, Mne, stylish RIGS for (Corner of Jacksou aud Kentucky Streets,) DIRECTORSf H. BUCHANAN. R. M. ALEXANDER. C. BALTZER. J. M. REED. J. W. COWQILU W. C. JOUN80N J. W. ALEXANDER. pint-form- new STOCK, ;" - onf ly wigi A Loniaville wholeaalo dealer tive work Is so slow in commencIn secondhand and other furnllur ha a ing should remember that there la Tho yellow fovor has inndo novel collection, that I the result of near- a vast amount of work iu connec hut lllllo aonialloii lliua far, tbli lemon. ly a year of aoeiimulalion. It consist of tion with making preparations for It I not dead, noryt aUtptn;, but up n large soapbox full of bunks of chewing railroad building. Capital is very bottoms of aofai, ami doing It work in Venltuila. In Ca. gum gathered from Hi chair and headboard tbat have paised cautious nnd slow to move and racca It I epideniie. must bo convinced that Bafo inthrough bis bands In tho court of Mrs. Doekcry, who nuirdored Tb box contains niarlr three vestments aro being ruado before her mother Fulton uni Iwo yar btiihels, which, averaging about 1,300 it becomes in motion. Grading ago, and who aeonrtd a ehang of vinue bunks to the bushel, will mak It hold, tbo road bed and laying tho rails lo lilekinaii cotmljr, will b tried In tbe when Ailed, 8,000 hunk. Just think of aro merely uiochnufcnl problems Clinton ooiirt IbU week. it, nearly 4,000 forgotten and apl'JO Childron'a Ilendwonr, nt Mltri. A SSSFKCT. Joneh To tht Offictrt mi Mmbm 0 K'ntueky Lodge, fo. .110, Kntjktt nf Uonor, Hickman, Ay: bual-nes- s. nr Tho real difficult they Id tell easily solved. hunk. How Tho projectors of tho Pad u cab of dim parlor many tales ga wacon turned tasks aro to secure the capital, sewhere th nod Iliekmaa road announe that Hi low, and tho sounds that followed rewni-ble- d lect tho moBt feasible routo and work of bulldlug tho lln will begin juat lb reluctant signs of a then procuro tho right of way. If a iood a ill the rllit of mjr abatl bat senile rooking ebalr, been secured,- - Courier-Journa- l. tho doubting Thomases will but The tltno has passed for farm- possess their souls in patienoo Tho poBtoflieo dopnrtmont has er to depend on muscle and bard ordered iliindlng reward of $1,000 for nlone. Ibey must use tbelr brains labor they will have the pleasant plcturo ai well the arrcit and contlclion of an perion n hands. They must do mor thinking of booIiik (ho country surrouudinir gulllv of itopplnn and robbing a train or and planning If they deiir to rtcelre lb Paduciili gridirouod with bands of alane coach bearing th Unlltd Statin bell results. The lawyer studies law. Tb stool within n comparatively short nail, Th doctor medicine. merchant must period or tltno. Givo tho railroad Noxtycnr's crop of cundidntes study couimtroo, the law of supply and moii a ebnuco. Paducnlt Standprnnilac lo be an abundant one. Allrcadr demaud, and Ibe banker must aciualnl ard. lha pleaianl mill 10 ohlld.llka nd blnml himself with th principle and J tails hand-iha- k nnd Ibe heart of lb proi of financte. Just o Ibu farmer uiiiel 'Why do you poison yourself peollr oandldato ctn b obwrrcJ Id etory stud farming. The (xperlmenl of last with that vile Hiiufi'l" naked tho year In erop railing and breeding must crowd. long-draw- discarded Brethren: Our Brother, Arthur J. Taylor, ha been taken he who was Just upon the threshold of vigorous manhood; born, ns It seemed, for hnppiness, not for bins-se- lf alone, but for Ibe host, also, wbo loved to call him friend. How sudden th blow; how trrlbl to realls 111 A full realisation of bis loss lo us. ns a brother, will com when at our gathering we look for hi kind greeting and expect hi accustomaid in th practice of Ihe principle of ed our Order. Bo It, therefore, Stioletd, That, lamenting his untimely end, we, by hi death, are deprived of tho ptesenco of on noblr endowed with (iilillei) tbut mad him au ideal Kuight of Honor. That his work with ua boa bcn (tick that il will nerva lo stimulate us to b ftltbful lo our obligation, even aa we have known lilm to liav been faith- llMeklrn'a Anuria Halve. Tux UtaT SiLVC lu tbe world for Cuts, Hon. A. D. Kingman, R. R. Walktr, Bruises, 8ores, Ulcers, Salt Rlieum. Fever Dick Ttlir, L. Donaldson, M. A. Low, J. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, I). Aroeit, K. Bradford, R. M. Tllman Corns nJ all Skin Eruptions, and cures Piles, or no pay required. It and others will address Ihe ptopteof Dyer, Lako and Ohlon Counties In Tennessee, I gulran teed to give perfect satisfaction, r and Pulton Count, Kenlneky, on the very or money refunded. Price 25 cents Important Questions of aid to and lb build- box. For sale bj J. W. Cowglll, Drug-gling of ibe Mississippi river Levee, at Ihe follawlng time and places: Perry, Tenn., Mend. tfspl. V, Lia Long's School House, Tuesday Sept. 5C. QitlkrV" ieliool Jlouce, Thunday 12tb. ACRES OP Wbtetlng, 8alurday Senlember 14tb, Cotton and Corn land JdW) Moaier'e School House Monday Sept. 10. oO acres In cotton this year. Six miles Hickman Kr , Wednesday Hjt. Imb. nf iiickm.u, Ky, Wilt rent south. went iaeafra Ridge School House, Ky., Fri-Ji- y reasonably to responsible parties. Adlreas Scptrsfcer 20th. aug30-J- l CionanavlPe Tenn., Monday Sept, '23, Hickman, Ky. RlJgiey Tenn., We'loe.Jy Spt. 25. TitoBvlllTnn., Friday Sent 27. Coma one and all and hear all question connected with and bearing upon thl great taltrpris fully, plainly mid frankly Will on MONDAY, Sept. 2nd, 1889, open a discussed. School In th house on tb corner Wabaah d and Cumberland Streets, formerly by Mr. Cba. Clark. THK WATKKWAYH t'ONVENTIOX. Pupils charged from entrance to end of A water wave convention, a meet- quarter of eight week. Prices $2.00, nug2 if $3.00 and $1.00 per month. poll-lively st. er Ktiilreml Meeting. out and out. Patronage solicited. air? KINGMAN & BOMAR. TH XI iZ- - for Rent! ..n.. 1 OlA :t.. first-cla- Courier Job Offie" Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared Id execute Job Heads, Miss M. R. Bright ocou-pio- Work Svith l neatness t , ing of great importance to tho en- tiro country, has been in session, tins woeic, in Cincinnati. Tho con- remembered nnd put lo practical lire prohibitionist of tho trump, iinayeir. noi nnty iim own exprrieuco "'Oaiirto it's tho bast I kin afford. Louli, An but lhal of hi co laborer should bo bis You don't expect u poor worklu tbla week (5tk ion.) at tit. I no iliow of till kind nt Cincin- lu profit by. Farming ia n science, an! there nati or IxmiiTtltv IbU aiimiuer, no pre there aie many new things to learn lu II man to bn it blowiu' lilsself agin uniB lit M. I.ouU ttllalr will be micceM- - vet; and the host un I cheapest wity to chiuiipiigim oooktails, do yol" learn those thing I by study (Torro lluiito Express' ful ua uu u I. btt Tho St. TOttls Kxposlllon bo-gl- u That we extend to bis pareul relatives our warmest sympathy, trusting thai tbe Supremo Dlotalorof the Unlveno will nllevlat tbelr pain and aorrow a Ha alone ean do. Kttoloett, Tbat I hi tribute of respect, to in memory or urottier tayior, ia spread un inlnulo book, published in th IllClt-maOoustta, aud n oopy aeot to lb parents of our deceased Brother, ltoinectfully sulmillled In O. II. A. It. T. Ty:.r.x, and ful to hi. Keiutrnl, Hai.tkk, Ci.UILlo.1, 1051 , Com. 011 vention is composed of dologntos from all tho cities and towns on tho leading rivers of tho country. Tlio river business has boon nt n ow obb for soino time nnd is In ueod of a genornl rovival. This convention is for tho purpose of taking united action on tho matter of roviving tho business nnd invoking Congress to mako a liberal appropriation for tho propor encouragement of tho river nnd lake interests. A inoinorinl to Congress will doubtless bo proposed setting forth thoso nnd other mutters iu their propor light. Tho deliberations of tho convention will bo of iutoroat to' tho etiliro couu try. Judge Shurp's ofllcinl plurality ia tbt Mate only 1 UUr-t6'- No Sensation. The undersigned, commencing business In Hickman, only ask a share of trade, proposing todo a sipiare, straight business, giving as far aa posilbl value received In esoli and eveiy transictlou, and denting in no seneatlous. A full supply of Family Groceries kept, and sold a t as low iirlcea as an. D. D. BRYANT. jul5 and dcspatcli.-Bil- '' Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements',' Envelopes',- - ' niiokj: hiioehii just received largo stock of Mens, Ladies, Hoys aud Children's Shoos, which aro of excellent mako and mivto- rinl, and wliiclt I am otl'vriug for, Bale nt prlcoti lower tuau suoti quality of goods bus ovor before boon sold ou tho Hickman mnrkot; nlrii inn trial nhnticn. S. Goldi'ARIi hns 11 ' . Ball Ticket's1,' ; ,, .Btfsin'css 5ardsV r a'AMf S. GoLUVARin- fey fe ' vtfjpgr I f tr t smswh- W'WPliKHW 3WhTS. I1iw!i; B3m IT 5 fc 12 i II lUi. p?: li' STREET CAR MANNEHa Durlng tho flscnl year of 1680, llio Tho lint Trstlninnlitl "",W wan blood modlrlne Is the llorald IhjIIovos, ovor $150,000,000, Observations Upon One nr Two CoimiioN V,ZZX,',':i and Put Youreolf, Your Wonlth rtnd ' nnd pcrhitps f200.000.000, will bo Tjpea ot lloorlslinets. h!en Medical niseovprr! TonUtellMd'l JstMoktllls, If r nlitf Impure whi..i..w" Tho unanimous nomination of tlo 'il. hare ISilriTurSpiiallts li.retnll tired Sinful Oooda In tho Seal 03, for poiulons, inUcli of tho sum s Ono ilny last week n car on ono ol or si iruulilnl br si.kl.ts'lsihe, drirpu or (Jovotnor of Vlrclnla mnkes In open doflanco ot both lnw nnd ron.. dunlin is 'naor si.n... ,i lor vv'iii ii,1! "woraniwjdcd, or nioMoy paid Wlu.niff,llilM;i iter. mlittir, noinleri for IhoTrnotlon Company's linos boenmo n shnrply-doflno- d thifinsnflirtt smfttrit .ipir sml, II urea Issno botwoon for it ton. Now lot tho real hcroos ink pretty well crowded with passengers, ftlr Anil See SA h.lher or Not Ilia Weight Is in.lj l rrtxinililr rvruin lo n ton fxj inl nnd docoucy, nnd tho cam- - thomsolros what would tinppon to mostly lndlos, boforo Us trlil was half and on Totir Mile Ilr. TnlmnRe'. Sermon. t hse Iwln Uuuulea's giv.l ileal 'Ur unn ihho.. arlif , lisJ no nl'pntli, hn llonil an.l I n mrsn P'gn wiil.bo it hot oncsmd'ubmlna-- . legitlinnto pensioners it n gl;antIo inado. In tho corhor next tho rear and r&li.-AllAhl,Hp sImmI .sr Curs since ul:iioti. iLruitllnl,.. H.11W ht Snr ose rul.i, sn Nov. T. DoWIUTnlinaRo, I). I)., preach-oi- l lion removos nil doubts ofjlrjmocratlo foreign or civil war should suddenly door l tiST.n t htaide head. slxtoon, I XI :.f ?!. Haiurhwrni, Totter. KrislFi. taking lluhfl line Ind of sat n In Omaliti Sunday to an Immr-nskolldnrlly. Tho DomocrnU who, cl,. tat rellihf't, .nil tern ,t I , ma wronk Itsolf on tho Unltoil Stntcs, ,1",t'c?j aro nmong (hose sood.sml fowl fn nhic.li ii evidently tho son of parents In good Ills text was: ''Thou art In tho tobacco builiRM. Clilcngo llornlil. effwlM l.,arvl rrriUr" Ibif.leli mra.lf roin nro. ,,,,,. M A sttlNMAN, If Uisdj A,uu,. circumstances. Within a spneo of two ous euro. weighed In Ilio li.ilancrs, and art found llrsndilarlli.XicU. think tho llrst reduction ot Federal wanting." Daniel v., 27. Tlio preacher squares thrco old mon, nono of whom PROTECTION AND TRUSTS. tuxos should bo on tobneco, will to ot Bald: tholr dllToronccs with thoso who ndvo-cot- o Monniollstle Cnmlilnsllnns t.U I'Mtlbt wero1 loss than soventy, ono nearly laiarru Uenioiiycuros. wnts, byilnig, Mebra.tdrasflila, llabylon was tho paradise of architecilifort-blind nnd nil moro or less crippled, got Wl t rrtr.rnl on f "nljr b lmmcdlnto reduction of tariff T U. 1, IIOOI A Ci..Molhec.tl., Loeell.Mttt. ltlch TsrllT. ture, and driven out from tlienco tho In tho car. boats woro furnished for rsnso:ut.cle:ird!ps, JJatho-Vo have ofton stated tho argument taxes. No mnn nllro can bring mrro ui.i a VWCK . llullislo bo of tha .u.s grandest buildings of inuJorn times aro 100 Doses Ono Dollar straight Dcmocrntla votos to tho poi.s against Jndustrlnl trusts, nnd ono of two of them by gontlcmon who stood, peraluroaUhobodv Hatlllng enables tha only tho evidence of her fall. Tlicslto d lady gavo tho third k n to throw off effete in Virginia than Mr. Mahono, Ills tho nrgumonts ngnlnst a high tariff Is and a 2.000.-00- 0 nBtho having Wn .nlorlinl for thorlty. d. d aud useless cUdrrn.i t$ pell off. must, i nomination of hlmsolf under such .r- - that if fuvors their establishment hor seaL Tho boy novor moved or men wero employed In tlio" rearing WVJaWl BI1(J oun, n Milling: So (lod ana icunu wanuns!" J'ut estimates nations. anu spcaK 01 tno nnal senility, cumstnnccs is characteristic of tho Trnsls nro moro numerous and powor-fu- l gavo tho least Indication thnt ho know ll.iillnsion of her walls and tho building of hor msuir THE BCST INVCSTMtNT How many times he has put tho Span- Tho fast Is, my friends, wo nro moving mnn. works. It was a city sixty miles In clr-to Tkihs I'ulnli. than ever, nnd protection hn re- or cared whether older or helpless peoHo is ns nucnacious rorlhs fsmllji School, or rrofeiilonsl tlhrsry. ho is plo woro standing whllo ho wns com ish monarchy Intn ihn h nles and found on amid astounding realties. Thoji illctatorlnl. cutniorenco, Hy nominating; hluuc'f cently achieved a signal victory. Duriihto as a trench all xi.VJVt'i?,,"r"V .V 'eVtt'rt with the around tho city, from which tho mate- it Insufllclent and con lemned It? Tho pulses which now aro drumming tin ho humiliates his onomlos lo his own ing tho campaign tho largo dopendonco fortably seated. AToxas Hy from llamil- If this boorish nnd i ' boy r.Vi rial for tho building of tho city had been French Kmplro was rUi cd on ono sldo march of life may, after a while, call 1 pnrty nnd Infuriates thn llnmumii of trusts upon protection was plainly ot tho scales, andUod ijhed thol'rench halt. Wo wiilk on a hair-hun-g was tho only ono of his typo It would I tor.. Tnt . wiit ut change, ihils making n digged. There cro twenty-flbridgt lt Is not probnblo gate that hooxpocts elec demonstrated, mid It will hardly bo bo hrudly worth whllo to rvfor o ho l'h..-ngnnd Napoleon aid: "Have I not ocr chasms. All around us nro dangerf nn each sldo tho city; between ow-rk'.;,''" r t," ".T "no.1 uei ween Dcnlson, and tion, out tno ngnt will glvo him tho contended Hint If tho protective policy KL UVU Did I not lurking ready to spring on us from amtwo gates a tower of ilofonso springing enlarged tho boulivardt? ar"s. llnivcalon kco'nost enjoymont had boon defeated nt tho polls, trusts mnttor. Hiilunfortiinnluly ho Is not. "V .1' ''" ' , n,,lni Into tho sUes; from each gato on tho klndlo tho glories cf Iho Champs bush. We Ho down at night, not know 1,MB inoro nro iiunureus anu inoiisntnis II. o snrtntlief nn, i. M.,n,,r, Wii 52 !er say Ftirs Standard Tho platform on which ho was would havo continued to multiply, ono side, a street rnnnlng straight Ilj sees?.. Havo I not adorned tbo.Tullur-les-? ing whether wq ahalLarJgoJn,.ihu,morn-tiw sleeper wll cavo upon tho belief that there would him. In ninny cases, porhnps, tlico '"."""T .1 Havo I not built HiTj gilded Opera Ing. Wo start out for our occupations, nominated 'is"suehn studied and through to tho corresponding street on iruin ""' ""muii s with I!. II Authority li lie Gov't Printing lads nro moro to bo pltlod thnn blamed rSU 'utrill.l j ni.d.illl-- . ronnivt lai tho other side, so that thcro wero fifty llousor" Thon God weighed the nation, not knowing whether wo (halt comi olaborato jumblo of Incompatible Ideiis be no serious disturbance of tho tariff. Any ono who witnessed tho selfishness I'A y iralu le iVsnir IVorU at 3 p. ra dally Offico U.S.Supromo Court. 'J nnd Ho put on'ono sld tho scales tho back. Crowns belnir burnished for lh thntlt is more suggestive of nlght-mnr- o The relation of n high tariff to trusts nnd want of courtesy shown b sirccis iuieen miles long. Through tho nuihjiy, and .. 1! is M..I7 fiecoaouu. .. . tho lad vwpi,,.., k. .... .aIib .. roach Texas.. isilnt Tfl.n 1. 1738 Stata thnu ot nny thing else- - It gior-lll- Is evident and simpln. A high tariff city ran a branch of tho Hlvcr Euphrates. Ltnperor and tho boulavards and tho brow or bolts forged for Oiy prison inuial, it. i.k.ua lik AlAuliuut ,f avtot Virginia sand culls for' Federal discourages importations of protected In fitiosii'Hi miiLnilini thnt This river omftlmo. overflowed U lullcrlos and, the Champs Klysees and Angels of light ready to stJoutnt tin Sup'ts sf Schools 4 lii ludju lV.!!.un1?'I,UfA'n!l,n!,1,ll.,!,,,,t'PBnM, was nt tho root ot his banks, and to keep It from tho ruin of the. gilded Opera House, and 011 the deliverance, or fiends of darknes Intorforenon In its politics; It Indnrsos manufactures. Such discouragement Tl"- - Coilego Presidents. !"l.J solflshnoss. Ho hn. Bn . -tho city a lako was constructed Into other sldo Ho put's that man's abomina- stretching out .skeleton hands to pul 1110 onrcueracy nnd supports the Is supposod to secure the home xnnr-kc- L W IV ,., VIIIV.. . ' "t "! tions, that nun's libertinism, that man's thoo down Into ruin cohsummato. Union; it W1 !! !U School Books ngw or sym iV which tho surplus water of tho river if, then, thu elating domostlo utoii uiuguv respect jor denounced tho Democrats iRorxn 1ml sunVlcnt clothing ihouM be would run during tho tlmo of freshets, selfishness, that man's godless ambition. suddcnly the Judgmiiht wilj bo hero for'Blvlnfi ojUco to producors ot protected manufacturers pnthy for holplostness. Thoroforo ho w rn; th A whirl, is looso, ,K,i Sml warm ilslel n till c:citrr 2ie based upon brig. Tho last camg doivn, and all tho bril- Tho angel with ono 'foot on "the" rc'i and tho water was kept In this artificial ngreo to combine instead of com-pot- failed to oxorclso clthor. Would it not I gill cenrs for sumnioi, dark far winter. Webster, as itttstti odlcrs I stltcl wlnte wear a lUnnel banduga nbout tho and tho other foot on tho land will sweat 'fnrrrfbrs, nnd tha llko" father Jinn to can i tie lako until tlmo of drought, and then liancy of tho scone vanished. they can destroy domcstlo com- bo worth whl!o for parents nnd loach- - tuuoaieu. "while General Mabel e and Boole pnMistai What Is that olco con!ng up from by Him thatllveth forover anfloer that this water would stream down over tho ors whllo teaching tho boys a good S'vonin Inlmleil longer: "Heboid, H his brlgndiors woro wnltlntljp b petition, and command tho mnrket nt many othor things to loach them man-norcity. At either end of tho bridge span- Sedan? Weighed snisWound. wantlngl ' tlmo shall h the vlr, 3000 moro Words iM jurlr Jlut I miisefiioconiomoro individual eomoth with olouds,'and r.mry ryo shall" nominated on It; it is In fatorTuTojory tholr own prices, in n period of ning' tlils Kupli rates thcro wm a palaco too? It they can't bo Induced to iJ',..'?'.iUHl .V.i"' l,m v"ivr "f mUf kUS 2000 moro Engravings uu an; thing every body wants, from thafreo tendency to tho aggregation of c.ipltnl ity, stilt a certain unll.lol". Kxisirl-em- i Hark to tho jarring of Hit tho ono palaco a mile and abalf andtmoro rrsonal In my address. Somo sco Him." do It from n lovo of good manners on sanclioiis conndciico in Hosletlnr's Mitr Acertca Dtcvumr.- around, tho othor palaco scvon anil a people iy tUey doj,not J thluk clon mountains. Why, that Is H10 setting coinage of sitvor to oxomptlon from this result Is qulto sure, as oxporienco tholr owu part, tlmy should do of this it for dto tach Hitlers as n proves, to follow n high tariff. Such gymen ought to bo pcjsbnal in their re- clown of tho Scales, tho balances. o half miles around. All over this vmlliienl and In iho And working tho rondsj it Is. blttorly r w GET THE BEST. to eyory thing evorSbody does a tariff is expressly designed to securo very shame, for every exhibition of troi ,cs it has provrsl ltel f n cerUIn means Tho wlfo of Nebuchadnezzar hid be'on ligion address, but ought to deal with then thcro is a flash ns from a cloud, but i " by i,Viirt. Jlhutntrl I'.mtlJ.t lento, ai.il n crudiciat born and brought up In tho country, nnd sulijccts In tho, abstract' ' I do not think It Is tho glitter of tho shining1 balances, not liko to do, from paying Incon- n domcstlo monopoly. Hut that mo- selfish boorithness llko tho ono nbovo of tl remittent feveis nnd of Intermittent n.K,i,Mnlfi nd other forini cf C. I C H..h. WftlAM 1 CO., 1M, r.,8rrlnnf M. Mim. In a mountainous region, and sho could tint way. What would you think of a and thoy aro hoisted, and all iatlons arc venient dobls to gottlng tho worst of a nopoly, onco established, will by its mentioned is nn advoi'ilsomoul to tho minimi ""rino. nor l u less r(Tit hunter wliu sliotild go .to tho Adlron-ilsTck- s to bo weighed. Tho unforghen get ic bargain. It is for high taxes nd low own law tend to Its own nggrandlzc-raon- t. world thnt nil tho world roads of n lack Ivo for lu'.iy troutiics, conJtlpaln.n. not bear this fiat district of llabjlon; and to shooUdccr In" tjio abstract? Ahl on this sldo tho balances. The boorish rhfunttlsm nud ncrtousutss, so, to pleaso his wife, Xcliechadnczzar They may taxes. It wants Fcdoral tarlJ taxes Dofcndcd from foreign compe- of propor built In the midst of tho city a mountain no. Ho loads tho gun, ho puts tho butt havo weighed themselves and pro- kopt up and Virginia State taxes lcopt tition, it will strlko nt tho domestic boy gives nwny his boorish parents or l.rr siuUrv !i0 ruil ii.km u ewn teachers. 400 feet high. This mountain was built of 1( against tho breasUjho runs his cyo nounced a flattering decision. The down, nnd H fMthfix'd rirntr of nereis will inaha jalong tho barrt-1- , ho takes snro aim. and world may haio weighed thcra andjirc-nounce- d lias failed to thcro Is any thlnf olso It competition which remains. tlirm thrive t tier, grow fuster and horn Into" terraces supported on arches.- - 611 In tho samo car. boforo It becntno favor braltulcr them moral. Now ttioy1arb..bi top of theso arches a layer of flat stones then crash go tho antrirV on tho rocks. .. ,. ... 'uvvi or opposo.rhothor This Is tho actual situation, nnd It u.i. iiTrv ...i...i uuuct umi .. losifjrmg . has naturally alarmed somo of tho qulto so crowded, wns nnothor boor i ir wo ?ant to bo hunters for tho Ing weighed In (lod's balance JIlSfOSTCve In nlnn limp, out of ten la on top of that a layer of reeds and bitu- And so, if tho follow whu folds nnd unfolds his caro ror tho oyster beds on tho ono warmest frjnnds of n high tariff, who simply noihc- - name far lasine... ne i.n.l Ttic'nHMiWunrtFnV.lniilttiMttUtn. 'llio balances that can men, on top of that two layers of brick Lord, wemusttako suH "aim and fire. make . .. .. . i ' handfor bud roads and Immorality on sou plainly tho dangers of trusts. nowspnKr, digging his elbows Into tho ... .rr . ,'1 .l,Btty ",inr All tho 1 propertv closely cemented, and on tho top of that Not In tlic abstract aro Wo to treatthlngs no mistake. H,iiiMciMHtrr1ifHiMi I ,.. tho othor, It must have been emitted Thoy seo Hint they destroy tho funda- pnssongors on each sldo of him whllo vivrMHi ail 1U VllUtJ a heavy sheet of lead, and on tho top of In religious discussions if a physician gono,. all the titles of distinction" unitiiiimnii, doing so. Tills follow Is In nlmost Hsvu that tho soil placed tho soil so deep comes in'o a sick root)?, doeshe.treat Bono, all tho worldly success (June, there only bocnuso tho platform. committed" mental argument for n high protect- every morning and evening car. HI pcorly luvn nn ompiorment, or aw bolnir mI ive policy, which Is that It tondi to I.; ffr the iwk m nro tlwit 11 whleti tin v,n beforo that a Lebanon cedar had room to an disease In the abstract?, No; hn fools is aoul, absolutely nothing ljut a soul, was too drunk to think of it. slraocir. wntotnli h J.iin.nA:r,of J uUenppcille, Or, If wo r'ojecl thlscharltuKoviow, diversify Industries, nnd that diversi- elbows nro worn sharp by constant chor Its roots. There were pumps worked tho pulse, takes thoiliagnosls, then ho nn immortal soul, a never dylpg soul, a a.,on.lthcwul aliow you bow lolr.ns - thousands of tils fellow-ridelOriii sji.s.farlunn by mighty machinery fotchlng up the makes tho prescription. And if wo soul stripped of all worldly advantages, wo must account for tho platform na n fied domestic industries nro indispen- practice, nGOOD DIGESTION, lnm fa.t3t.iirJ...M Try U from painful oxporiran water from tho Kuphratcs to this hang- want to heal souls for this llfo and tho a Koul-- on ono sldo tho scales! On the ploco of pure Mahonelsm; nn sttempt sable to a great nation. Consequently, bow.I. Blut .ollil flrsb. JHei ly .uB.i-euai.iling garden, as it was callod, so that life to come, wo do not want to treat other sldo tho balances aro wasted Sab- to appeal nt the samo tlmo to l,rle,l3ci..cr ba. ocn If a high tnrllT inevllnbly en enco. I(o Is worso than tho boy who viv" cruodawith thrtr accrulnir trara baths, disregarded sermons, Jton thou- federates and negroes. them In tho abstract. Sold Evorywlioro. thcro wero fountains spouting Into tho wrtli lbr the wore This makes It ounces tho price of articles which It hasn't been taught good mnnnors and wbal n, Tho fact Is you and I 'havo a malady sand opportunities of mercy and pardon ludicrous sky. a very "Smirk" of a pint-for- excludes from Importation, tho In- Isn't old enough to have learned hlm3E8faOr'ieiunr llli"? Ceitsiil-- .' Standing bolow and looking up It which, If uncured by grace, will kill us that wero cast asldo. Thoro aro on tho steel U nuiuii nuc rcifbinn tounravol which Is nn ittcmpt crease should bo patriotically borno solf, for tho nowsp.i)r boor in usually l)i Now, I want .no abstraction. other sld Uo Kalos.and W luir must havo seemed as If tho clouds were forever. n therolod nttondodtby tho sumondlfllculUesed- o- or a tlmo, bconuso tho Increnio of pro- n xot suffer from k!t heodnch a ra. nnd olton a middlo-anc- d In blossom, or as though tho sky leaned Whcro Is tho bilm? "Where Is tho phy- stands, and in tho presenco of men and wamfik wironopo selvage d mnn. Thoro Is another typo of tho mentions', r li Unfit ri.xv.mrx. Criers W scribed by tho doggerol bard m writ duction nnd tho froo and fair competiipsjsiisjl tflT1Mib!J uovlls, cherubim and archangel. Ho anMM" .'"" "' l,o.ono on tho shoulder of a cedar. All this sician? newspaper boor found In most street Ilttk plu tuia.l ttitv Hauill dvsa. rlwsll Mil of ing of his Peoplosay thero Is Nobuchadnezzardid to pleaso his wife. Judgment nounces whllo uroanlng onrthijuakcs, sequential encountorwlth that Incon- tion domestic industries for tho do- ears. Ho Is tho follow who gots In mestic market will presently diversify creaturo of indlgost.on: udV Well, sho ought to havo lcen pleased. coming. My friends, overy day Is a day and. crackllng'conflagratlo'riand A New Yorb man has Invootnl an ehvv industries and lessen prlcos. This Is soon nfter tho car starts nnd becomes lrlril swlii-h- . uml .soHilHviy Krerr nlgtit atttr'iltik mont trumpet, andoverlastlngstorm ro; ' ot judgment, and youTand I I suppose, sho was pleased. tint ,t 1 e bkuc hLs nowspnper that ho lra ths Bsark It slwut limn fr the small boy to beirin K. tho great argument ol n high protect to nb.orbed In If that would not pleaso her nothing being canvassed, inspected, neighed." peat it: "Weighed In tho balanco and" la a dreamr. delirious Cfht; standing, would. Thero was In that city also tho Hero aro tho balances of tho sanctuary. found wanting." - ive policy. Hut tho natural develop- can't seo other pooplooccupy tho whllo And I lervs him with grtiBt Hut, say sonjo who arojfbrlstlans, spaeo "trne.x !ftbbln, Eto,rk ttoop w templo of Ilelus, with towers ono tower Thoy are lifted, and womust,lUbo ln Ibote hadoH; tctnet, ment of that policy discredits It This ho nnd his nowpaior . first ma.l In mt u nm ) (4t, And I nie hlotor trUdn x lljtit. Is denied by somo of Its ardent friends. or two or moro scats. tho eighth of a mllo high, in which wolgheJ. Who will como and bo welch :CcrtaInly(jrou' don! t" mean to" say that TO 3 PER ROO.. br Ills - i.;-,.rtO- o tbo am injrrraMmis ai.d qns.li.,.- twe This suggosts but docs not llmitho Hut It Is obriou. Tho Hottllv. Il is hnrdly to ba wondered was an observatory whero astron- ed first' Here Is a moralist who volun-- i wo 'wilt' halo to got Into tho balances? thero very fact of ml ie,H l eI A.V- Huv II of yuttr enwer T.'.V M. ... k. .... "MtrilSfin-l-I i I rril.lr4. all DardonciL 0uctltlo tc possibilities of this creation of Ma: tho rapid rlso of trusts Illustrates it. nt that si Ho U una Oiirslnsajo omers talked to tho start. Thcro was In Ivors. boys sil in supreme ndprc!no your dostm. S, u,M ..4iiiis w 14 Undoubtedly a that templo an imago, just ono Image, men in the country. He comes. Well, Hoaon""lfsecure. CorTaTnly yoit art honelsm tnoyirKtnia nig'nimnra riiltinrman,u.r and unconscious selfishness while crip-plo- d wlio nnd numnno JT Ooru. AIm lte4 oad Mrs. (teerce which would cost what would be our my brother, pet In freXlnlo tfio' baK not going to puttisliftho balances?" will cut no figure in tho fight, for tho of n high tariff regards it not ns viow ago stands, when thoy aro furnish". .retllnub.Hua want in t,4,j n dee my brother, we must all appear be- - Issue is Mahono, nnd tha Virginia anccs now and bo woijfh"ed.JJJut athe 552,000,000. ed so many examples of boorish selfishTitit clvII CvuiiiaraUroix ijuvr ia tuwio US vice of taxing tho many for tho tow, O what a city. Tho oarth never saw gets Into tho balances I say: "What is forono judgmori't seaXof C'hrisL and Democrnts loso all senso of humor Ilia (.1 lrl. ness by thoso that should bo thoir tench-c, ... ." any thing llko it, nover will see any niai uunuio you uavo along with vou"- ! on that day you aro certainly going tt when tho question is for or against but m n National lnollt. It Is n snit Kbip Uk and oxemptars In courtesy. Can't k, .Mtl Niimm op H stsnilsl lelwallU. theory thnt n nation mny well pay n thing llko It. And yet I havo to tell you "Oh," ho says, "that is my reputation ou weigncu. Mnhone. They will undoubtedly ut. neerMnrr. j" " l" Wet I ' I lt, and wealthy philan- Olesns ShIW WJ-ao- s high prlco for Its Industrial Indopend- - somo O follower of Christ! you get Into the l ' that it Is going to bo destroyed. Jllll a Hair and IVMiw Uyr, M cents. Tho for goodness, and kindness, nnd charity, him by a majority li "rtloJit iMt, NOW, tswuiiktu, Klngandhls Princes arc at a feast. Thay and generosity, and kindliness general- balances. Tho boll of tho judgment li dispose of him finally. that ought to onco or tho rest of tho world, nnd thropist bo Induced to found nn Institu list ii si" j. anu irHkMmit wim.a rri tion for tho reformation of tho various A cat that vm drink bwr Is eae ot lae that patriotism aro all Intoxicated. Pour out tho rich ly." "O my brothor! wo can not weigh ringing. You must got Into the balST IKK BROS.' MTtSm CO.. LW.ina, Jk In the meantlmo the demand is citizens to pay, houId persuado Its ndult street car boors, including, be- rurloiloof Ulaniw, O. wlno Into rich chalices. Drink to tho that, wo arc going to weigh you you. ances. You got In on this sldo. On tin at least for a tlmo. mode for "the full recognition of tho higher prices for sides thoso Just mentioned, tho cross-legghealth of tho King. Drink to tho glory Now, stand In tho scales you, tho mor- other sldo of tho balances wo will place certain commodltlei Iraftlletftl wnii Rmv Ujts hm tir ! alist. Paid' your debts?" "Yes," you all tho opportunities of good which yor civil nnd political equnllty of this (Ma- than othor nations pay. In order to boor, tho follow whono cane or Thotaptou's Kyo Ifaler UtwcguusettlLaSc ofltabylon. Drink to a great future. A thousand lord9 reel Intoxicated. say, "paid all my dobts." "Havo you did not lmproe, all tho attainments In hono) party, ils organization nnd its tho Imtnonsondvnntngos of Indus-tria- l umbrella Is stuck out to trip other pas- !.!...,... I -. . . ... u mug, wha writ.. "Ami s I love (hat IS l(r juu m- - scaiuu upon a cnair, with a acted in an upright way in tho commun piety which you might havo bad; bul constitutions by tho National party independence. This Is tho most sengers, nnd all tho othor examples of .kT"r.f"l"r .nll.HvsAjr.1 tt,v mt.uhmbu 3UHIIII I HMIIfH IC, Fi Ml l1 nMaiir a.rJrsM ' fS.li tusin.. which you refused to take. Wo plac A1 nnd Administration;" which must ongnglng, because) vacant look, as intoxicated men will ity?" "les, yes." "Havo you boon -.' "" of an asioHistilngly lirjjo nnmbcr of jvj.J -- tv "' tho genus boor? It thoso "...a. i.r ..' ....: i,. not lal.r mean that President Hnrriion must cenary argument for wholly n mer- follows were rfortnl, rwrhnpt tho with vacant look stared at tho wall. lnd to tho poor? Aro jou faithful In a them, all on tho other Mn Tli.v , Hassi4lri oohtx... m l'tl '. III.H taakaaaaaiA MMatfu.r i iti ii n KirilLK. I. n high tariff. But soon lliu meant u6 takes on Inten- tnnusami rotation In life?" "Vos." I down, and your soul rises in tho scale. send Tanner nnd Wocks-of-Flv- o a.is half-gro-n Dud riB !5tf; T7 eTCy esc gt Carter's I.mr tun 4riu urnkmM ..,.., ui b sL. uu lift i...Ui-- iU l"sH lads, might strooUcar Ijl loI.iverliluihoU.t.llriierw.ilaUM-'-- i M.II M Im,,, sity, and It is an affrighted look, and all "So far, so good. But now, iou can not weigh against theso IiiTpvr ley down to assist in making good tho In Hut It Is sontlmontnl, not practical. courtesy by tho process of Imitation. tli. world. tMutforgslllHi, Ono sll a doto ietk4 till,,. .4 Vir-l- k r,l.ik,n.-w- .r Kl.i., practice. Just In tho degree that a fectlons. you cof. out of this sealn. ' tho princes begin to look and wonder platform guarantees of "full sympa- high tariff lU.klsu rKU.V (, U.A II II. IU M.kllc.AI Philadelphia Times tends to securo thnt Well, then, we must glvo you the ad- thy nnd succor for tho KCALnsn street rallsr km) vVisl rlrx i r T.M what is tho matter, and they look at tho I want to ask you two or thrco quo- -, nrf to r disabled ConI st the Independence Is nbued dlrtrrbM n cbleken. samo point on tho wall. And thero tlons: "Havo your thoughts always vantage, and on your sido tho scales we federate, or the widow or orphan ! of to tho solflsh interests of a clnss. sk rtf fint whi In this ceailiuoe. THINGS TO REMEMPER. drops a darkness Into tho room and puts right?" "No," jou say; f'no." will placo all tho good deeds you tiavv lend Confodornto soldiers." SL Louis The abuso Is cxprcssod in tho word trusts. Th. SVI.o Mnn Will nn out tho biazo of tho golden plate.and out Put down ono mark. "Havo vou loved over dono, and all tho kind wonlstyou Kcpublic. f ....... mn nn.1 ulm.., ih... , t,fj .......- tr.it Aln.n lo of tho sleoo of tho darknoss thero tho Lordvwlth all your heart, and souL havo ovcr.uttorcd. Too llghyot! Woll, Are they patriotic? Are thoy formed Krrp In Mlnil ticiroy tor iiurru. liy drattifists. Wj. PAYS THE FnCICHT.' i j comes a finger a flngor of fiery terror and mind, and strength?" "No," you wo must nut on vour sldo all tho rom.iv . a.T n for tho public benoflt or for private Thai tho enemy of man is man. THAT PENSION RULING. TrtKlngol'Usly airUi lfr Thtmaa iefc-Jcircling around iimi us inuugii il wimnl say M!k another mark. "Come, now, cration of your life, all tho holiness ol Mtlfetiit llwt tt advantage? Aro tho prlcos which. Thnt tho falrost flowers fado tho soon-- A Jdiwu. wfcen lUAUigKi.r.jw.afc.n.BiJ I write; and then it comes up and with bo frank, and confess that In 10,000 yourllfe, all tho prayora of yoiir.llfc.nll Lailnoi Will m Hereafter MUnd th De- - uko an monopolies, tncy can com- Jit-ofilcxr of thoOrdruf ibvCivwuuf lu.1. tirr s BOO, Aiitw . . rttr for rnlonbU 1)1 r ..bl r.ilMl m .lrrrfa.lbt sharp tip of llamo it inscribes on the things you havo como short, havo you tho faith' of your Christian life. Toc mand, tho price of greater National f, That knowledge leaves no room for 0hU OF bmCHAMrONj Unlerrtllod by tho rcmnrknblo July light, yell Coiuo,- - lulghtymonof the or tho wall tho doom of tho not?" "Ycs.""Mko Tnnmostpremlnrntiihysl' Unsln thodtr plastering 10.000 iriarkC r.- -. IIIMlll.lSITUM. .v. v. Indepcnilenco or n tribute paid to mo- chances. , ., . imoktt and rccomincod "Tansiu's launch' .n.l ..... liuvu 11... 'Weighed In tho bilaiiws and Comct nowy gpmo a book largo enough -King iriuiniinrn.Tifc. iiiatsiuo- me scales. statement of tho public) debt, which nopolists? Yet aro they not in thli Thnt prldo Is novor so offonthou sounded tho knell of tho surplus nnd Como, I'avtnninnd Doddridge, and lounu wanting." Tho bangof heavy ilul"" m rwwmui lual moralist's Wnaxrs-ir- s arn tho solo objert.no wales tor, get in that sldo.t ho scales andniake . caJTarpluff1pL Ion?len payments far country tho i mplc, natural nnd In- when in chains. ScSt5- - 'My brother, stand in tho scales, ' iMmlrisl against tho gates of tho palaco aro Hen. otien Isy Inittrr wliu J 'iman-lrgi;.fce- . p i a,h .onjcr That n sealskin sacquo doos not alnyaway irom them, I puton them como down, that this rlghteom ijoyond the regulitr iipl.i'Oprlatlons of evitable rcsu:t of tho Industrial situ luiiuwuu Dy incoreaningln of the doors. uo-o- t ation prcKlL-o- d by a high tnrlff? Is II ways koop the hoart wnrm. A thousand gleaming knives strike, Into your sldo tho scales all tho good deeds ono may bo saved. Thoy como and thov Congress, tho rini! FRUITS. Ilussoy has iiir a thousand quivering hearts. No.y you over did, all tho kind words you Ki in mo scaler ipo light yet! Como, republished tho ancient edict of ths supposed thnt excopt for such n tarlfl 'fliat when men aro lonely they stoop Death is king, and ho Is seated on a over uttered;' but on tbo othor sldo tho the martyrs,' ,ho Latlmers, tho Wick-lllfo- s, Hopubllcari party, 'that dishonorable they would bo genornlly orrnnlzedF w any companionship. throno of corpses. In that hall thero is scales I put this weight which Rod says the men who suffered at tho stake discharge from tho Union nrmlos shall Tho natural corrective Is foreign comTho darkest cloud ofton contnlm ths BASE petition. If a balanco llftod. God swung It. On I must put thoro on tho other side tho for Christ Got in on this sldo trie nof projudtco1 Ihocuiuoof an applicant competition It b argued that such most fruitful shower. . SENT Pi7PP'n w '' " "" w ono sldo of tho balanco aro put scales and opposite to yours I pul Ihi, Christian's balances, and sco If voucan would merely tend In in. Thnt nn ojH'n cromy Is to - r peelopportunltlos.on tho othor sldo wolghl: "Hy tho deeds of tho law shall not help him weigh It aright. They 3!rslun tcrnallonal trusts with tho same ends' ed, n secret ono to bu auspoctod. thfs deteslnblo ruling was over In viow, mADu or tho balanco aro put Holshazzar's sins. no flesh living bo justified." Wolghed ami goi in. 100 light! Conic, that is only to any Thnt tho puro worship of H pur Tho sins como down. His onnortunltles 'and found wanting-- . angels of God on high. Lot not the thrown with tho entry of an honest evil would becomo so vast that the SOLDIERS, I PENSIONS thnt It honrt Is an Inspiration nnd song. I4I..ICI k go up. Weighed in tho balances-fou- nd Still tbo balances of the sanctuaryaro righteous perish with th" wicked, Thoy administration under Uenoral Black. would bo prohibited as ngnlnst public .l.wixr. 4, W IHvIUHU i ,is4 get fn on this sd tho balances. Too It does not seem possiblo that any- policy. Jjiws iiiat moro may Ikj loyalty without wanting. !.. t..U.t.si,t,U suspended and aro.roadj to weigh any . vm, ass, to prevent combina- love, hut never lovo without Hi.irt'ss kj J body savo a thiof, nnd ho tho thlof In .. light yet! I oneuvbo comes. Wiio slul) bo tho loyalty. deal of h nYMn.VERMhMm i.j.i.. next? .. I put on this nldt tho balances all tho direct Interest, should bolteve that a tions to rnUo prices nre propor nnd That golden key will often find ths in uur louiury wiin laiso noiiMilsl HG1J. licro Is a formalin 7r comes . familiar. Hut tho discussion of the way to a 3 Cured by V' uim measures and balances, and tho and he gots intojha balances, and as ho scepters of light, all tho thrones of pow soldier dishonorably discharged, nn unlock manyn secret drawer. uovernment, to chango that sort of gcisiniseo that all his religion Is In er, all tho crowns of glory. Too light enemy of his country, a man whoso subject of trusts wll inevitably deepen 'J'hnt doitlh Is a slnopless mossongot rumiau nrn-t- . - wMnw. yt-t- . things, appointed commissioners whoso Hut just at that point, .lesus. abilities wero directed nealnst tho tno conviction mat a hlgli tariff, bv mm mo a naxoiui s snl- 5n oWrv-ance- s. hwm'ii ami mi 11 r.111" n.inurnstu ol crea1U nocosiary. results, produces tho !.uilnm it was to stamp weight and f.t- - .. THFfTHAC.A.UnnriroP'n As ho gets Into tbo scales I say: tho Son of God, comes up to tho halancrs, service that Hitch n tnnn cuuid ttmi- -r rin i t. I mi KoneiirNrM-liM.1,simuoiivrs' tion. I It I' Arr. of such combination. Harper's measures and balances, and a great deal "What K (hat you have tiAviu'riu'1"""'"'" immmiiim1 zi 1 1. it Jk --,iu "0 mim t , rnif in this pocket?" ana 110 puts onoof Ills starred feet on any coucclvuble circumstance! ba en That "doing a.s wolV as ypu know -. WIUI It "IS of tho wrong has becu corrected. , Hut "Oh!" ho says, "that Is the OOLD UKDAL, TAS13. r,$. Heidelberg your sine, and tho balances liejln to titled to tho gratitude of bis country Weekly (Ind ). how' is all right If you always knon still, after all, thero is no such thing ns Catechism." "Very" good. What is trcmblo from top to bottom. Then Ho and the comforts of how to do well. its liberal hand. that puts both of His scarred SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. a perfect balanco on earth. Tho chain you havo under your arm, "V. ItAKint CO.'fl feet on thn bal- Yet such is the decision of liussey, upstanding in g That tho jRTk may break, or somo of tho metal may bo this balanco of tho rolvoly pawi ,u. lellUtlllMnimjMpim. Tho Protectionist Commercial of tho kitten ofton sanctuary?" "OhI" ances, and thn Christian sldo comes holding Tunnor, who, after tho recent coror tho sharpest mVs il v.i.uu, or 111 somo way tno criulpxHo ho says, "that Is n church record." down with a stroke that sot all .the whitewash, gloams whlto lis nn arch- Bulletlu, of Jloston, has got so far ns claws. PinyPTfjniBi Vn J(1M(I iiilnwrh.riiel--.rt..rllilluifc tnay bo a llttlo disturbed. lUnLI 11 Ilk I II., Il.lllr Ur,l,SkMf "Ycrygood. What aro thoso books on bolls of Hca in ringing. That Hock of II. to sny thill lha.t:uuauf tha recent MU UIM angel. lr abioltttel f.iire oil , You can not always lepend Ages heavier than any other weight. . innt It Is often moro difficult to obj t i j your sldo.4 tho jJjalnn.'ys?" "Oh!" ho ir i totublr. The licrnld, in denouncing this de- heavy failures tlrutho, worstctl nnd literate traces of splllod Ink thnn droni balances; A pound is not al- -' Jjsays, jhbojpJariiCalvln's Institutes." No EDUCATIONAL. cision, rests its faith on the honor nnd woolen industries Is' Unit "thoy nre of spilled blood. Genuine nernperstlve Itut wajs a pound, and you may pay for ono ,r w4 tl it, rr.p.,,1 hooks; 1, M, Not absolute Inaction, but a chance of patriotism of tho soldiers. who put handjcappod by tho high tariff." thing and got another, but In tho bal- we j "ivtuwi, iiduiu nut wuigninggot- are -- weighing-yon. That thoso who nro honest nnd oarn-os- t IIP 111 1, ,l ,!r,a, 11 j bo mods of action, la recuperative rest to a Protidenco Jouriiii), anco which Is suspunded to tho throno thatyou aro depending it can M.r4 down tho lluulh. C'lilr..i, ,tv,tA C. ll. red u FUi. In kji. UXIOHIOIIMII. In their honesty havo no need tc for your salvaman In his waking hours. Ho who would ters who rebellion. For tho characK Str. ,tm of God a pound Is a pound, and right Is tion upon your orthodoxy. Do In his feeble, Idiotic wny Mr. proclaim nook deserted, who accepted boun- l.iViwtl I UnUC "'l"!. .'i.-.- kMrl.r. rflniniMp.Arlth. fen.litho fact you not ba refreshed for renewed Intellectual right, and wrong is wrong, and a soul is know tint tho crcotls liUiilE. """ tt 11 l .i. IkarxKlH, l.u.hl Hnrrlson scorns to bo doing his u, ties nt ono rendezvous onlv to seek Itusi-.1nt by That it may' bo well to tost the conthe I.J In. 1, vircuLilirr. i.r.ii.i, tniUwli: IStqiY tMcnrre a Mini, and eternity is eternity. God religion aro merelynnd tho forms of occupation, an lotarralsslon ot hli ordinary must tee to it that his brsln Is uuuwiur juncu 01 cniloliiienl,. who Cu- uosi io ormir ilio JlonuDllcun instltu. dition lit n cat's claws beforo scaffoldhas a perfect bushel, a perfect pock, and ing for tho building? You stroklnf tlom into dlsrcputo nmorig tho bottlo-nosc- d ll fur Iho wrong l.i r u.i ia jx .kin certainly kept at work In another direction dnrlpg rried news to tho onemy, who betrayed URSL'LiNE ACADEMY, wny. Chicago Mall a perfect hold lirfirortr. etermhrre. When merchants weigh aro not golpg to mlstako that Interval, or he will return to hU old nnd rarlcosc-voinc- d FOlt YOUNG their goods in tho wrong way, ihen tho folding for tho temple. Do ynutho scaf- duties with less power than before for the thoir comrades, or who, In any other of (Jreat llritain. Tho nrlstocrncy W. HiUIEU &0., Borchester. X?k 1845. Tho iKilk-- court uisy b wolicnlle-not know young man unquestioned way reaped (he "Bife'iis wm goods again. If from that men bavojrono to perdition with n perfornnnce of Hiuimi UuUvs. Totsxffct 01 uisnonorauio discharge, disgrace should bo called lrr and redeemed fine Institution. ui tr utasitt. uuria ci ntnar rrnflMtrr.' Ely's Cream Balm to gain strength fn tho Imperfect meastiro the morchant catechism In thero AiUsittUc .3! " ' ilUl - thoir ' pockot?" "Hut," ultles by an outtre ooe't Intelleotual fao. should bo enduring hostility rniber Chicago Now. . rttrsrbrysjj Mul BanriaT"? I of their uo pours out what pretends to bo a gallon says IS WOBTH .Mcttcv!. Vpr?l ! Inn rttifitMii Iirawlnc. VUr SiOOO T01KT tho man, "I cross myself often." for weeke together, ceetstlon THE MARKETS" is at unreasonable i than dishonest subvantlon. Hern,.,. The Iowa Republicans stand in ltiEnmt. till iiiiniinr, of oil. and thero is less than a gallon. "Ah! ns f.if uuird that will not savn you." "Hut," It would be to expeot to gain inuulai "Ihlovoi havo votes, Wtlk'SmJtiri ritutvtrfHT ami liitiiuti lit I itf Dmi sntl l'ritrri Uod knows It, and lie culls upon Man, Woman liussey sndTaar.er name for this prohibitory law.' In or emit) nt'! UK His re- says tho power by rculug to uwi the musote for ClNCIMKATI, Bcpt liUriVM.l.t, BU lri'lii, llruM Co ouio. cording angel to mark It: "So much poor." man; "f a)n sympathetic for tho the tapio leti;th wouiu not only keep them out oljnll, fact thoy stagger. Thoy nro not In iifTVelnj front cf time, or to train skill In " "That will ndtslvoiyou." Says ANK-- Ixvantlng In that measure, of oil." Tho tho man. 1233 uiutical execution by refrnlnlmj for an but furnish Ilium u gratuitous Fefaral earnest Thoy havo utilized tho CATARRH. 'i UII1VI.NQ Til AUI.UIInrttN 1'l.rUf.K farmer comes in from tho country. Ho table." That sat ai tho "communion oxtended period from all musical praollce. support, llccmtso iho men crippled UllUt scntiascaUof thiato to o Kiylfa.lat g U.Y nn. 3 u w. ,n si "n v Biyr-Tr- l ttctt tht J"w " ' AslicrliiHMi la thU S n g has apples to sell. Ho has an Imperfect says tho man, will not savo you. "Hut," If, ludecd, a man were to intermit all In- by tho war nro nlreudy on tho tholr party ascendency. They ""Knooj to rl,ole, passion "I have had my nanio on telleotual activities duilng any one month measure. God recognizes It He says Hie ... Sttills church record." "That will not savo or two months of tho jrf ar, It would be an rolls, thosurplus-reducernow In iho sriiiu wuii mo wnoio quostion. till-e- n " to tho recording angel: "Mark down so you.'1 n go Times. Interest of wur turiff and war many apples too tow an Imperfect meas- religion "Jim 1 )javo j,ecn 0 professor of Impossibility or. ,hlra to coniu bsck to his di U BRYANT Corn Na S m Ued...-.- .. work at the end of that tlioo as well fitted send word for all tho deserters forty years." "That will not If tho HopubHcnn campnlgn in it VI Wo iiuy cheat oursehos and wo ure." 41 sine." Stand on.your slde.the balancos, for 16 oawheu he left It for this period of to swear to a chronic dlseaso und como spenkors don't hurry along with that maycheatllioworld, butwocannotchcat and I will glvo Idleness, HAvlme?o7holre.,,::.,::.T"lJM, ii 41 JX'tSiWa-hff&iiS- . Itecuperallre reit It So long as Tanner and roast beef which they promised tho T0llAC)-.Mdluml.you tho advantage I enervating K God and In tho groat day of Judgment tnni .V.Uinoi (11 01 will let you dave all tho croeds, all tho ue'lrable ror every hard. worked man or Hussoy mny bo In the Trensurv. It will bo found out that what wo learn- church .i mlsgutdod working-me- n tho latter will ..oa.'S?'-- . is. .i ... woman; but recuperative reel In ono's Atejmtr, WuiUli. Wll ctis n winii.Nn--ork-Marecords, all tho Christian conven1180 rtll r.JU n c rnxairi-ovwaking hours can come only through a tho orgnnizod "soldier element" enn qulto llkoly conclude, ns tho small boy ed in boyhood at school Is correct-t- hat tions that vpro ever rJIOXlli..U.I.;. hcldnall'tho com- chance of work, never through an absolute bo kopt In tho HopubHcnn fold, U,. woum say, inui mo oiniiiorsxiles gavo 2,000 weight inako a ton, and 120 solid munion ) noss will stand tho dosortor for n diro them a. "roast" when thoy inado tho '55? '"'""'e cr.amfry.' feet make a cord of wood. y0 Inort., 0 your sidetables that woro ovor built on cessation of wo.k H. H. Times. 5.iLK3"- -' rime. MrbW.,.. , 1 ni to of the balancoswOn tho other cm, and a religion which doo.s not and ponsionnb'o dtsenso. promlso Hnrrlsbtirg (Pa.) 1'atrtoU tako sido wioi Fame I'opiiliir PalMi-lel- . fiar&k& Sr.W YOIIIC. hold of this llfo as well as tho llfo to says tho balances I must put what God Iho Government spent 131,000,000 Kopubllcuntsm In Its I mustput It Is a mistake to labor when you aro not there. I put this million-poun- d iaaVTaWy como Is no religion at all. yyrafat'siiii.iiii in July, tho groato ' pnrt for pensions. phatoH nnd inanlfostittions is Inter mi? W'1,ll".lnS Western..,. 0 31 ft 3 red '. weight on tho otHor sldo tho In a nt condition to do so. To think tho inn ifrtwBtSmfr not a ' tt faWi,J?sV''T'sEW1 Hut, my friends, that is not tho stylo No. Sired bahnces: "Having thoIfJruT bl godli- more a person eats the healthier and Tho proportion of bogus ponslons, polUlcal horosy but a moral dlseaso. ' 4j 9-a mlxod, new'.' of balances I am to speak of that ness, but denying tho power thereof. stronger he w 111 become. To go to bed late under the rulo of Hussoy and Tannur Tho proper wny to deal with It is not Is not tho kind of weights and at daybreak, measures Irom such turn away." "Weighed and at night and rlso taken from thnand Imagine encouraged by a profllgnta Congroii to try to inlorm tho mind but to I Anif"u-0nK'"- . " u "" !i I am to speak of that every hour sleep Is an that kind of found wanting. qmf nwnken tho conscience. If tho pulpit hour gained. To luinglilu that if a little and Irresponsible HopubHcnn convenCIIipAOO. which can weigh princiStill the balances aro suspended. Aro work or exercise is good, violent or pro- tions, grows ut ii rate thut would bo did Its duty tho HopubHcnn party as ?ii;?PJ,,w.l,coni,ln ples, weigh churches, weigh men. weWh " s'M ft to a It bettor To coocludo incrodlblo If wo did not havo the debt an organUed force would ceaso In nations and weigh worlds. "What" thero any others ho would llko to bo longed smallest room In ii.Z j rT " "" that the i4s tt; Is large Louse Statement of July, 188'J. And lluo-cyou say, "Is It possible that our world 'is weighed or who will bo, wolghed? Yes, enough to sleep In. To the as within n yciir, und in Its place would U 1.IU l'l CK If you rat to bo weighed?" Yes. Why. you would hoiocoints a worldllng.T Ho gots Into only a inlnuto to finish the meal In, orhid keoplng In mind tho forthcoming nrlso uomothlng less olfonsiva to tho A vo in so1 wio a to tho scales. I can ery easily sen what I. . . ,:".T.:. of tho Grnnd Army, roserves his mornl sontlmonts of mankind. 0 u'h n think It God put on ono sldo the rat without unnppetlto, or continue after St. suspended from tho throno tho his wlicle llfo h mado up of. Stocks, It linn been 'atMled, morelr to gratify the latost o.trnvagnnza for that llluslrln.i. Louis Kopublic. l'l.Oim-F.m- ilr itiMdends, percentages, .. 3 0) asm "buyer ten tasto. To bollovo that children can do as occasion. Alps, and tho Pyrenees, and tho Hima"Kpr this .. Tho pension oillco has ruled VJith wv huicr thlrtvilavs." Gotln. mv much workns grown peoplo, and that the, layas, and Mt Washington and all the days .VJ It 11 thnt a dlshonorablo dUchiiriro from !OI(K-Mfriend; gc ,nto the so balancos and bo inoi e unurs tnoy study tue moio they learn. says Iluso, "to Imposo upon a .... .. 31 "I ill cities of tho eartli thoy would crush It, we css tlio forfolturo of the right to oven tho army is no bar to Z...I wasrzzAr.: To imagine that whatever remedr causes (ill 51 ' bed weighed for securing n pencd No, no. Tho tlmo will come .... Z" ls llfo, and ),(. claim pension because of u diihonorr sion, thoroby knocking down" God i. ut id oni to feel .. 3 87HfJ 1 UK nbout t'iA?mLEKj"l'ua",y will sit down on tho whlto throno to soo weighed for the life t como. Ho gets stimulants, liiimodlnUly bettor las aloohollo nblo discharge It good for tha system without which may havo been tho only barrier that luy botween " U ftHU lift. tho world weighed, and on ono side win In. I find t,at the two'great questions regaid td tho after effects. To take off inflicted by INIHANAI'OLIB. l Ills life are- "How foe nn Corporal Tunnor nnd tho surplus. bo tho world's opportunities and cheaply can I buy proper clothing out of season bocause you ,s on the 7U of which the court had Jurlsdlo-tlo-- Host. Knslosl Corn Mlsed.. Tho peoplo had como to think that other sldo the world's sins. Down will Ih.so .roods"' I and. "How doarly can I havp beoome boated. To sleep exposed to .liltliS si U4ts Mixed. euro would bo equivalent to punlshr ponslons wore grunted us u Sell tllOm Mull l.o .r,l,.l - rwm. Ifaouar. n direct draft at nny senton. To think any ,U III ror Cold in tlio i h ias wmt go tho sins and away will go the reward for ' ; it li a land of go'ld.Tand monoy nostrum or patent iiisillclnn It a sprciflo for Ing thu solillor twleo for the sumo faithful service und faithful sorvlco r 1.UUI1- -a wo. I.OUIHVIM.n. 4 and God will say to the . n, in fn must lie "rail nil dl'esses the tldsh Is heir to. Ameilcau olToiiso." x, Na S red?. with tho tou-h-: never led up to dlshonorablu dis- OltAIN-Wh- eal "Hum tha' TKJ JK KD As I iid fiom talking wlthjhlm 'i Mr . Tho caso for tho honest soldier Is charge. Wo may begin to lor.k that :o. Annljsr world! weighed and found wanting!'1 n sail for tintViV,7.M,xed"""''''""-"- . 11 .fc..i .n i u,B bablitii firoWinterrup. it U) .,,,,,,,, ,..',.. 80 God will weigh cliurelict. He uk Wlllixyou amass for yourself thlst Tho Nation, larxro us It 1. .n time ths time pretty soon wlion there will rl! tier., a niar IntorrunlonTand h hopes InjerrupUbl !lsbtt..-Thom.' III. ... ni- -. "ncV.l-.?- i . w.lJlcli n smnll partlr-l- Is not forever raulntnln u g a Ksiiipli. rT iJ of be a promluin on desertion. l 11 i nnnllail Detroit lax. Tliu presont Uvy ii S74,Q0Q,QW. Xitwu U or".nt flA . I mil'A affii.. .,, cotumerl FOUND WANTJNO. n. a great church. Tiat great church, according to tho .worldly estimate, must bo wo.'ghed. Ho puis It on ono sldo tho balances, and tho minister and tho choir Mid tho building that cstlts hundreds of thousands ol dollars. Ho puts them on ono sldo tho balances. On the other sldo of thn iwiilA lie nuts what that ought to U what Its consecra tion ought tobe, what Its sympathy for tho poor ought to 1. what Its demotion to nil pood ought to be That Is ono sldo. That sldo eonirs down, and tho church, not lmlni able to stand the test, risos In tho balances. It dues not msko any illIToronco nl.u . your magnificent machinery. A clu. Is built for ono thing to savo soi.,s. If it saieafow soiuTwircn it might saw a multltudoof ""is, uot will upon l out or Ills mount. 1 on tho way to church to drum up a now All tho wook ho has been Weighing fruits, vfclghlng meats, weighing Ico, weighing coals, weighing worldly and perishable, commodities, not rcalUlrigjhn.faSt thai ho himself has lioen weighed. On your sldo tho balances, oh worldling) I will glvo yon full advantage I but on jour siuq iut mc panning nouses, nil tho store houses, nil tho cargoes, all tho insurance companies, nil tho factories, all tho silver, all tho gold, all tho monoy Taults, nil tho safo deposits nil on your sldo. Hut it does nut add ono ounce, for at tho very moment wo nro congratulating you on your lino houso and upon your princely In- rome, Uod and tho angels aro writing In regard to your soul: "Weighed THE VIRGINIA NIGHTMARE. Ths Cumlnc lltriiKU Malinna-It- ntwn Coiiiinon luranrr, m ;(hi d ..Why Don'f . feel-In- m well-dresse- d "'vcrj' tf.sllls . ''. s--i; o's Hood's Sarsaparilla t,. , grny-halro- WEBSTER o y . ox-co- nnj-iexn- , os -- homo-tralnln- g A""ni . ?"',.,' "(jx-caval- o, mn bo-n- o . op-po- r. ' ril hotno-trnlnln- 4 ,;i .., Tuli's Pills , nrZin '" "' - .. J . dg. Bonanoy ofBody rs to-tl- fy , ex-C- m.r t? l'l;Wliru. sos-ges- )- - - oIcKitr-tinmVujtn- half-grow- n .... ,..i m AMTCnSJ Rnieljjsr e do-fe- at klnd-honrte- d ",r".r, 1 1 hliuUlU ill ".- -" bo-fo- ro lrn o, 1 , A,l v JONES . m uo-fls- ts ji.uh cvvpj i. ,- . ll.-i- i. sub-ofllcl- .WANTED i. ?LI?M HfleuiaiIgJH ' f '' MLL& l- !n . 6iiur!t.-vtion- - j- - G0MbW i mi PATPMTSH'.'ai 1 C . 1 1 ls -- tfifA vnf) 1 k flncst-feolln- OP!IJMi'?.&SSiCURE f m. oi upon-earthl- s,,n 7 A n Chtmticate !. . 11 . r. vhiaii-biviii- LADIES-FOUN- 1 con-tlnu- rW s, m aI . JOSEPH H. HUNTER I I I I P--k- & STBATTON Business College I.OU8SVILLE, Y. n 1 ",-tf- I I I bal-anc- exe-cls- st y, con-cin- i?i'c.:::'iEr . No. OAts-Mi- ied. bal-anc- depa-imeni- ." OltAlN-Whrnt- sol-di- .'. t'r . LAltD-Ilcnn- . 'yavtaz-- 11 court-martia- ORAIN-VhetNo.- ared n, Jk-iu- opimr-tunltlc- r 1 11 he m aK& ss war-footin- " '' in yaag&zj&Majmjmj V 5R't it 4tj,(l,;(B( Varrun, 1'a, fW!H -- r- U. JMlfriUU4li ifve". ji- - J1 "Si