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THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IX WESTERN KENTUCKY. I'rlco ol' Subscription, $150 - KSTA B , S H 1 J 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER i 13, 1889. VOLfMlV. . NO. 40. SUNSTROKE. n-- SALE DILLS, ENVttLOl'LSS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETG CALL AND SEE US. PERSONAL one-ha- CURRENT TOPlOa W. K. VANiir.imii.T his 510, 000 chef. KIVEK JMPJ.0Y1.3IENT. FBAHFUL 8LA UGHTEH. ha discharged an open winter. Tub month with an r In It Is hero, and oystrs aro now rlpo. A In North Carolina li to bo named "llaby StoKro." Ir Is now assorted that thrro aro fully right? varieties of tomato. An Eastern Oliloman only thirty-fou- r years of ago Is a grandfather. SIiciihian'h now 8500 llijuor tax law tricing lo operalo on October I. Tunic will bo no "watering-placsea sen .t7 ttiw 0Ui uf Fotmn kn hundred men aro now at tho Brooklyn navy yard. Nkw Enolanii U having no lack of rosT-ornrr. nuartcr-mlllonnlal "liter." Wiooins, of Ottawa, prcdlots anniversaries now, days. In Fulton County, Fa., boars tho briof and unromanllo namo of A rosr-ornc- r. JlSf Tliren lliimlrril Kilted Outright ntnl On. Thnuasnit Wuumlml lij n Itim-mi- l. Wolghty RoBglutlonB of tho Wa jr Kiplo.lon Mint of Hi. Victims torwnys Oonvontlon. Olrli aoil IVimirii. Axtwkiii', SepL 7. Dynainlto yesterday in a cartrldgo factory In Tli. Clnvrrninriil's I'riilr.llnn unit lm pruvciiirut r Till. Mrnm nf Trsi the vicinity of tho Ilourse, killing miny persons nnd doing muchdamago to propixirlallnii lluiisiiilcil. erty. Portions of tho llourso wero struck CixriNXATi, Kept. I J. II. Murphy, by burning fragmenU and sot on lire, chairman of tho Comiijltoo on causing n panto in that building, which a docunen( to tho Wnter-Way- s at tho tlmu was crowded. Tho cartrldgu y Convention jesl-daso natlsfac-torfactory was situated behind tho docks, to all seotlons tint It was unaniupon which millions of cartridges wuro mously pn.o.l nf(.r bUng read. Tho bing loaded. It was adjacent to tho principal clauses were, V subsiance, as petroleum stores; two largo ltussiau pefollows: ft.) Guncral tnlnlnn nf tlm troleum warehouses were sot on flro and duty of tho Government Umnrd tho aro now burning. Other stores are enwaUir-way(S.) Hegrot'l thn falluro dangered. Police, gendarmes and troops of tho last Congress to mic npproprln-lionare assisting In tho vvork of extinguish(a.) Thn neoessltjAfor Imjirov-in- g ing tho Humes, whllo priests and sisters aad protecting tho Mlllslpjd and of charity aro looking after tho Injured. Ohio and their tributaries (4.) Ap- Tho city Is enveloped In n ilenso stnoko. proval of tho work of tho tvernmont Tho dainago to property will reach many thus far dono upon t.Vignrs millions. Tho flro is still burning llerco- I'uo-turs. s, rrun NO EXTRA. SESSION. inoua Conclusion , BATTLE! WITH TRAMPS. Tho Cablnot Itoaohos tho Unnnl Tht ili ronnirvno.s Not Nel It.for. n.wmlir. ConRfets Wasiiixotox, Sopt. o.Tho result of tho Cablnot meeting Saturday was n decision not to call on extra session. was reached afton This conclusion n long consultation, In which It l understood Secrotnrlcs Minilom ami Tracy woro tho opponents of tho propo; slllon against tho President ana Messrs.; Wnnamnkor, Proctor, Noble, and Mill Secretary Illalne, although absent, vvai not In 'favor of a called sewlon,j finally and tho argument which an to over Cablnot won tho agreomont was to tho effect that tho tlmo gained preceding tho regular ecs alon would bo so short that nothing o benefit to tho country could bo ae.com; session coda not bo convened until nfw tho election in the new States, and whllo that will occur on tho 1st of Oatobr. at proscribed by law, tho result could not! no Known pcruups tor wcoks in somo oi thn districts whero communication is dinicult ami tho population thinly distributed. Tho reason advanced for an extra session was tho importanco of organizing tho Houso in tlmo to raakn early legislation possible on tax reduction and other matters 'calling for liiiinedlatn. Congressional action. After thn agreement becamo generally known there was on almost unanimous expression o' opinion that tho Cablnot had concluded wisely, although every ono In Washington would havo welcomed tho early gathering as n blessing, viewed from clthor a political or buslnessstandpMnt. rnillliid. On tit. Mtraet ot Cntlmo- -' lon-- A Cbsrg. From ITInrheiter ftub- 11'ipir.tl. Fu.IIIt. I Cotltocrox, O., Sept. 10. This after-VlOOn S ffanrv nf flvn tram.. A.n.ln.1 .. .It.. ?ibanco on Slain street, near thn rail wl, and when Marshal Ilagnnsonicrcd ,wm to leave town two of tho parly rw revolvers and began firing" lndis- mlnately. Ono of tho balls struck Hasans in thn Hr lit lircnut. nnil lnccd off a rib, coming out under his i.co lunger, a resident of Jackson rwnshlp, was struck in tho thigh by a inner nan. Tlm shooters then mado ho river, with Sheriff Jas. II. Mnnner In pursul t.Ono of tho gangcould wlm and was captured. Tho other murderer, crossed tho river, was finally surrounded in tho tall a In tho .bottoms. As his capturers illn upon him he leveled his mm Uhe foremost man, who quickly a Winchester rlflo ho was carry XlMlr THE COMMONWEALTH. Wm. HUMIDITY ' iu-i- : tho Tacatlon houses. season on her school on tho Tlolln. 1'. JavOuvi.ii thinks Governmental control of tho telegraph both practical and advisable Amok Likiimann, aged nine. Is astonishing I.ondon critics with h.rsklll Pennsylvania. Tur. mouth of Calumet river, emptying Into Lake Michigan, has moved cast -- ,!00feotalnco ISM. CotCvw, Idaho, leasts of a mine, with veins from ono to four Inches thick. 1.x Paris something now are silk and linen handkerchiefs made In llio form of a leaf with a stem. Or..M:iiAi. Ai.UMtr Pike, tho head of all the Matonlo ortlcrs and rltos In this country, It In his both year. Tur. outgoing Kuropranalcamrrs from New Vork aro no longer crowded. It Is now tho season to como homo. I. - Moonv Is preparing to open an evangelistic training school In Chicago, to continue, throughout tho year. Tiikiic was a reunion of tho Smith family In IVapaek, N. J tho other day, bnt only 3,000 of them wero present Tur oldest public bouse In England Is The Seven Mars," at Manchester. It dates back to the lime of IMward III. accompanied by a dog, has driven In a buggy from California to SIvett, genuine Tataii Ico non or all atreams rom thotjbstrutlons of bridges; that tho water-wawhich are wiu guaranty against monoj.iy of uw !" fr" rt unrestricted. of (0.) Approsnl tho Improvement of tho Ohio y tha motablo dam system. (7.) A roial of thu schema for joining the I ppcr Ohio with tho Northern laks by a ship canal to Lake Krlo, if practicable, (ft,) Also of tho Junotlon of tho Upsir Mississippi and tho lakes, and ol tha canal from lluok Inlnud lolimnn-pin- , on tho Illinois riser. (t.) Tin frro. dom from all obstructions, and tin prohibition of nil encroachment bj y, rM-- k IhfcHMWwtbqr-vIovlst- O; (10.) Approval of tho Improvements of tho Mljsipp and deslrn for their eontln anec C A. Corbley, of Indiana, olfiTtKl s rev lutlon favoring tho lncoriMratlonuf tho Western Water-way- s asoulation which on objoctlon, was ruled out of order. Thereupon a motion to adjourn was entertained and pasted. I- THU LOcToOLLEOB. The 173.1 AnnU.r.rjr f II. I onuil.lliu yeslonlay'a celebration, commomorstits of thn foundation of tho historical old Iog college, was distinctly n Pnliyto-rlacelebration In Its Inception, the ovent called outpersons of every tellg-lou- s denomination, and thu speakers and other taking prominent part In thn exorcises, were of all shades of politics. n Pnni)Ki nil CrlebrAlriL , Kept. 0. Although lx-c- I Ma i i Tents wero erected on the Ten-li- e of nt farm, thn stln tho old I6j rollego and an lint, enso crowil from and Philadelphia surrounding country, bcsldi-- s prominent Presbyterian dUInes of national r are present. Tho colubration, which is under tho amplces of tho presbytery of Philadelphia, North, whllo commemorating tto foundation of tho Iog College by Wm. Tennent, in ITirt, is really commemorative of the foundation of th Presbytrisn HiuirU In tlm I'nlW Mates and It may alo bo said that Prlneetoti College sprung from the primitive- Institution. A long programme o' eNcrclses wns opened at 11:90 dier. The Head Sea, In Palestine, lies at a. m. b tho reading of Scrlpturo ly tho depression of 1,900 feot below tho Itov. Joigph lleggv D.IX, of the Falls of which was Mediterranean Sea level, Ixilng tho Sehuvlklll, PhtladelpMa, lonest lody of water on the faco of thn followed by a jirajer fnim ilex. - W. earth, lkarl, of Ahlngton, Pa. President Ci.nvm.ixn Is still un- Harrison iIoIIsitihI an address, and sov-erIntertmting pnpers were read. decided as to his European trip next lteaverund (Sreen, winter. Ills wife Is anxious to cross and upend a fow months In tho south of McCosli, of Princeton, and other distinguished eduoators, were prnsent and deFranco. Tirroo Tin declines to become a Ger- livered short nddrescs. Met will stick tolils own man vassal. was this tn riot t nationality and to his own name. Tho Nr.w YoiiK, SupU (k The Sun, reunlquo to bo well ferring to the conspiracy against Itoburt latter ! worth saving. Hay Hamilton, rwontly unearthed, Tin nr l a man In Sehenevu, N. Y,, says. "It Is prob-bto say tho least, getting rich from a dog. Iio ouns a that tho plot had for Its tilllmato object canine whleh be has sold several times, tho munler ot Mr. linnuluin. Ino but It always returns home, no matter Hchemo seems lo havo leeu to hao Mr. how far It is carried. Hamilton mako a will in favor of the Tur. common looking abed used as a child, which had been palmed oil on blacksmith shop by Ellhu IlurrltL tho him, nnd thon, In homo way, (julotly put linguist, l still standing In Porkshlro Mr. Hamilton out of tho way." County, Muks., and until recently his Sansirous Mine fire. Identical sign hung from It. Hciiamox, Po., Sept. 0. What throat-en- s A eagle w olghlng nlnn tons has to bo ono of tho most destructive in llrooktyn from Its homo In Urn mine fires that ever occurred In this remountains of Mnlne. It Is of granIs now raging in No. 'J Udllury of ite, and has bcon placed over tho main gion, Delawaro and Hudson I anal Comtho entrance of tho now whero M'vernlaores Major (ir.M it u HciionEinhaslssuod pany nt Olyphant, are uhlazo nearly two of anthracite coal unorder withdrawing tho troops from hundred feet below tho surface. Caving-i- n Fort Laramie, W. T,, Fort Hays, Kas., of tho roof has leen going on until and Fort Lyon, Col. Thn military posts tho cnved-lurea Is nearly twonty-llv- o at thoto places will ho nbandoncd. acres. In Paris, Thk new Opera House Ileunlon or niuj and dray. Franco, Is tho largest atructuro of the Foist Woinn, Tex., bint 0. Tho klnLvIn Jll.n world. Its ground area is three acres and tho space lnsldcTtho Statu Hminliin of l!fJ,onfe'lnrStews?(d soldiers began hern yesterwalls represents n cubio mass of ,2s7, day. Thousands of people, present. WO feet. was a big barbecue, Tun American Iron nnd stcol associa- Thornand rnmarkablo gwMl speech makfeeling all tion reports that thn production of pig ing Thu reunion continues threo Iron in thn first six months of 1899 was around. larger than In any preceding six months days. Now It s Too Much T.aln. In tho history of thn American Iron hocus-pocussc- d d Isl (Jov-erno- rs Us nr-rl- ed pott-oHlen o lie. Tier, now Constitution of the Stato of Montana la said to bo ten times as long as tho Constitution of tho United States. Tur. peoplo of thn United States Send 80,000,000 yesrly forbsklng pow-deso says an official report proinulga-a- t Washington. Is point of service the oldest pilot on the lladson river Is K:ra I. Hunter, sho has stood at the wheel for forty-eigeonseeuttvn years. (Mas. louxn, a colored cadet graduated from West Point, a fow days ago, being tho second negro to rccclvo a diploma from that Institution. IlutUANN, the magician, was out of JAM) tho other day. Even a alrlght-of-hanprofessor has to look scry sharp after bis cash these days. Tin: first monument to General Grant In this country Is to bo unveiled this month at Fort Leavenworth, tho post where ho passed his early career as a solF Wm. Tr.niii.i: hung himself at New-ar- k, N. J., Wsum) another man had adjudged a letter sheep-kille- r than hours, llio Leal irom tho burning masses of petroleum is Intense, and it Is Impossible to approach within n hundred yards. KevcrsL vrsrrb have beca burned at their docks and others wero only saved through tho promptest action of their olllccrs in townlng them out of danger. Tho flro is not now spreading, nnd It Is hoped, if tho wind does not rlso during thn night, that tho flames can bo confined to tho present limits. Tho explosion occurred in a workshop where a largo number of old cartridges wero being taken to pieces. Many men nnd women wero employed in this shop, and they wero actively engaged in breaking up tho old cartridges. Thero were tully !i6,0ou,ov0 of tbesu in and about tho prcmlsOii, a part of them already broken. Tho flames covered two acres of ground and rlso to an holghU Amid tho flerco roar ot the flames aro heard from tlmo to tlmu tho loud reports ot explosions, to which no end. to bo seems thero Thoo explosions are supposed to lie of packages of cartridge b lores 1 in tho building!, which seem to remain intact until thu hot tongues of flame aro uc- tually upon them. At midnight tho lowest estimate Is that thero aro SUOdead and 1,000 Injured. Tho explosions con tlnue. At tho American docks all tho ships have been saved, owing to thu favorable direction of tho wind. Tho victims aro mostlyfactory girls. Windows three miles distant wero shattered by tho explosion. TWENTY-TW- cxunguisnu in twcnty-iou- r obi near tho elbow, making a frightful wound. A second shot struck him In tho cheek, and passed along tho followed tho musdos ot tho neck and finally lodged agitnst thn spinal column between tho shoulders. Dr. S. J. ltrowsr succeeded Iri extracting thoball aft'rtbn prisoner had been placed In Jail. Tho wounded man gives his namo as Wm. C. Phillips, but this Is presumably fictitious. Tho letters W.C'in India ink aro on his loft arm, whllo thn two mid-dl- o fingers of tho right hand are missing. Ilia companion gives his name ns Frank Moycr, nnd claims Phlla'delphla as his home. Both speak German. jaw-bon- e, nXWl oa recent aummors li a now departure will discover tholr "'0 Now York Medical Joorftartor tho year 1853. In that year MryLorfn Hlodget, in charge of tho meteorplogic.il dopnrtmont of tho Smithsonian Institute, In a report to despondent. Skvbk pcrsops were thrown from": thn seeretsjy; says: Tho summer of IR5.1- - hM( Ijecn extraordinary In Its 'bus near Paris, and seriously Injured. Nkaii Mt, Edwin, Gcorgo Savage, the all llin tlC i'eldltlons. Unci thn trtrnmna nnd humidity wero lltllo son of Currlo Savage, fell lr.td'4 muck iwfrajstriklngly nnd clearly dewell nnd was drowned. The rear coach of the Kentucky Ccn fined tnn Bsual." Tho report thon tral train jumped tho'track and over proueedsglvc an account ot tho turned near Sllvor Creek. Mrs. Moore, wejithevrfof iho summer. In which. ot Leo's Summit, Ma, was fatally hurt, phon'owwia)ro described precIsoW ana sovoral other passengers woro in llMitiMfeWlth Which wo havo boon jured. 'a?ho past two or threo At Mt. Sterling, - burglar vvaa'ietecWj M It thqin is tho lucrcascd orcd In tho.resldj ' ter, wore leaving Skllesvllle; tho other day, when their mules becamo frightened and ran away. Hunter becamo entangled In thn lines snd won nlantly killed. Stlnson was hurt, but not seriously. Joskth Fisin.it, aged sixteen, committed suicide, near Hcndown, whllof Stihsos and his son-in-la- Hun- lorn. Curii Fartt !... .ll..a. .... .tri- , tur '5" think til. Two. excoss-Iv- o I'crsonsiho that tho ill AND AND IMPERSONAL. huBlt ""n of t. Tho Queen of Slam w?ara ono and inch shoes. related of Jny Gould that ho was vory witty as n young man nnd ...u O. t CvliVei enliuil. Tho Shnh of Torsla considers tbo Duchess of Slarlborough tho handsomest woman In England. lf It Is oa oJuntroke. Edward Everett Halo says thas ho was In college ho and his chum took tho first daguorrcotypo ever mado In lioston. Emperor William, of Germany, Is a vory hearty eater nnd drinker. Ho consumos nn enormous amount of meat, beer and wlno overy day, and la novor troubled with indigestion. A woman who becamo lnsano from religious oxcltomcnt and wns admitted to tho asylum tit Staunton, Y.w in 1823, latoly died, having bcenan in-- ( ts&to oz the institution for suty.yearsvj when HAWE3'ACCOMPIiICH. TUB OLD LOO COU.KOB. On htiot Down III Crm I'riiui Kxcltnui.ut. Nl.w Yoiik, Sop- - 7. A special to tho Herald from Greenwood, Miss., says: Twenty-tw- o negroes and possibly more, who wero working on cotton plantations on Monday morning, rest beneath tho sod In Lo Floro County riddled, with bullets. Tho names of thoso killed, so far as ascertained, aro John Ilayker. Hal Wharton, Monroo Jones, Scott Marsh, Wurrun Knell, Thoyton Lock, lien and Warren llcckworth. They weru killed for resisting arrest. Ono was klllrd on Monday or Tuosday ind the others yesterday and The loader of tho lnsuroctlon, Joj. Allen nnd Oliver Cromwell, havo both escaped, though It Is thought that Allen was captured last evening. Cromwell was caught in Jackson yesterday, but for sumo reason was turned loose. Tho negroes aro In h frightful stato of fear, and two havo gono crazy over tho excitement. Tho negroes hav a thiatonod to burn overy houso In Lo Is being Floro County, and overy-housclosely guarded. IX, I). Jamcison's storo and house were burned on Tuesday night becauso ho refused to Bull tho negroes cartridges. Ills loss was $10,000. Mont than 2,000 laborers havo quit tho flolds, and tho cotton and corn needs gathering badly. y. o NEGROES 3!lMl.ljiplTvf o Others O APPLIED THE TOUCH. Ktlr.ma Mrmurr. THkrn by Ilia .Int. Coi.umdi'3, Ga., Sept. 7. Tho mcmbori of tho Farmers' Alliance of Muscogco County met hero yesterday for tho purpose of endeavoring to terrorize tho numerous dellnrjucnts of tho order who rc using juto bagging for this jear'i crop. Theso members woro denounced tn unmeasured terms, and a resolution was adopted unanimously expelling tl.cm from tho order. Tho ritiostlon of holding up tho cotton for better prices was favorably eonsldored. Horace Jenkins who keeps a publlo cotton gin nenr this city, purchased a fow iln ago a considerable quantity ot Juto bagging for his customers, as tho amount uf cotton bagging on tho market Just now Is small. Yesterday several nlllanco farmers lniught up all tho Juto bagging from Mr. Jenkins. They then ioured a lot of tar on It and set it on fire. A boycott against nil gins using Juto bagging was declared yestorday afternoon. Trost tn Nebraska and Minnesota. A Pl.vMxMutmi, Noli., Sept. heavy frost full hero last night. Much corn will ho injur!, -- a only un thn dry, high land was tho crop out of danger. Doikik Ckntkh, Minn., Sept. 7. A neavy frost in tho north part of this county last night did consldorablo dam-ng- u to tho corn crop. trade. Saiiaii Hiii.umi, n woman evangelist, preaching among thu negroes at Brims-wlcGn., distributes u lotd of watermelons freo nt thn mrotlngs. Tho crouds that go to hear hor preach aro enormous. Ax attempt' will soon bo mado to ship Alabama coal ncross tho Gulf from Pcnsacola to Havana, Asplnwall and other ports In powerful tugs which aro being constructed for that purpose k, l.ITTU. Kock, Ark., Sept. II Kaln has fallen hero at interval for tin' (wist forty-eigDihpatuhei hours. from Kastern nnd Southern Arkansas hliow tho nil n fall to ho general. Fears aro enturtaluod that cotton will bo si riously damaged. What do Thy Want Next? Yoiik, Sept, (1. It In s.ud that there Is n movumont on foot to mum all tho largo ill mo museums In the I lilted States. Tho money Is to bo furnished by FngllNh capitalists. Ni:w- - IIvmfvx, N. 8. SopU 7.Gold has been discovered at Prlnco Lodge, seven tulles from this city. Thero nro four leads, said to ho on a lino with tho famous Montaguo leads, nt Wiworly, and pronounced to bo vory rich. Oold Discovery In Nova Scotia. Vamikiiiiii.t's steam yacht Alva, tho handsomest and most perfectW. K. ly appointed plcasuro lioat in tho world, cost $000,000, and tho exponso of running her Is snlil to lo 8110,000 a year, I.x thn base-hagamu botweon tho "Doctors" nnd tho "Undertakers' at Chicago, tho other day, tho umplro should have been In a peaceful frame of mind, llu was suro to Lo takon caro of whatever happoned, ll A four Inches In dlamotur, Is on exhibition at Montgomery, Ala. It was cut from a cnttonstulk grown on tho plantation of P. P. Gray, Ksrp, of Montgomery County, which boro 1,000 bolls of cotton, and grow to bo twenty feot high. Tin: purifying departmontof thn Krlo Gas Works Is an ofllolont whooping cough hospital. Tlio fumes of tho apont limn givn Immedlnto relief. Tho superintendent ssysi Krlo dnotors now send whooping cough patients dovn hero rvery day, Lost Saturday wo had nlnn-tooThey all returuud hom caltcr-- . n cottonstaik walking-stick- , nearly ttrilt A Net Oaln For Fleming. Ti.un.v Ai.ta, W. Va,, SopU 7. Tho Gubernatorial Committee yosterdny throw out four Fleming; votes and o Goft votes In tho counties of Tuckur, Marlon nnd Monongalia, making a not gain of twonty-fou- r for Flem.' Bismarck Ordered to Quit Work, strictly respect his position." ing. . . llmti.tx, Sept. n. Princn ltlstnarok's Mrs. Hamilton's Victim Up. Tha Discontinued. physician has ordered him to abstain Atlantic Citv. N. J.. Bout. 9. Ye for tho proNont from nil publlo business. Wamiiisotox, Sept. 7. A mobnt Ho Is aulforlng with inflamed veins. n Ala., burned a of terday nurso Donnolly, who was stabbed which a colored manhnd been appointed by Mrs. Hobert Kay Hamilton, was able Oreat Event for China. postmaster. Tho Government retaliates to get up and walk about hut room, Pl'.hl.v, Sept. (I. A deereo has been by discontinuing tho olllco at that and thon to go down stairs. Thero is Issued orduilngthu beginning of work no doubt of her appearance boforo tlio , point. n tho proposed railway to Hankow. . grand Jury on Tuesday. tooklnc for Dueling aronndi. Opposed to RubiUlei. Prominent Minister Probably Fatally Hurt. AT1.AXTA, Go., SopL 7. .Messrs o Mo.ntiikai, Sept. 0. Tho Dominion Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 0. Dr. H. If, n nnd I In If, tho Georgia Legislators, Labor Congress yostorduy passed strong Tuokor, ono of tho most promlnont Jlap-tlwho havo boon resolution calling on tho Dominion and soveral days, loftfiguring in a duel for mlnlstorsof the city It fatally Injured tho South, was probably Provincial Governments to abolish tho early yestordty morning system of BubsldUlng railways b) land is boliovod thoy will light at daylight by falling frqm o second-storwindow somowhoro botwoon Columand money grants us detrimental to tho In which ho had takon his seat. Ho Is bus and Opollka. InterostH of tho country. . . still allvo, tint his Hfo U dospilred of. Death From a Diseased Tooth. Terrible Mine Diiastr. Awoke in Another World. LAacA-rid- i, O., Sept. 7. A weak ago Eiiixiiuiioii, KepU 0. An explosion U, Frank Oliver Duin, a merchant ot of Kansas Cirv, Sept. lllowott, Cowen, ooourred a In tho pit of I.tthopolU, Gllllom, and Frank of Mar Ohio, had a diseased tooth nm.iuriuu vvoou uolllary, .Midlothian, extracted, resulting In Inflammation ball, Mo,, wettj drunk last night, and Ifour bodies lmvu been recovorod. It It Kill and finally Ho dl'.d ta. nil asleop on tho Alton . traok at Mar. . . .. bellgved that sixty mlnvri still tn th M... .,( l ii, n4 viuuago train tor nans Url night In grw tufunyi I City ran oyer ttuui mid kllli i lliitn. twen-ty-nlnFost-Offl- WiNCHKSint, Kan., Sept. 10. Last ovonlng a crowd ot loys on mischief bent thought to frighten ono of their companions by putting a "tick tack" on his window. Wllllo liay was selected ttg Ho thought tho boys wero victim. burglars suro enough, and, loading nls shotgun, ho fired a load of byctshot Into tho crowd. Daniel Lowo received a bul- hero riaturday. Ovor sov on thousand let in thsj head. Ho will dlo. Tom aigiiSSfucr received tour wounds, ono ot J txionlo s Islted tho woll i around. A wnicu was in tlio head, and another from twdntr "Mm measurement madiSthls ovenlng by ox through the lungs. His recovery Is ports from Lancaster and Flndlay put doubtful. Kd Lucas received a painful mo now ot tno wen at between fifty and wound In tho arm. sixty million cubic feet per dny. It Is Elixir in England. completely uncontrollable, and Is un Lomio.v, Sopt. 10. Tho petition to bo doubtedly tho greatest producer In tbo presented to Parliament for tho InterUnited States. Exports nt Pittsburgh diction of tho experihavo boon sent for to got tho monster ment In England Is obtaining thousands under control. of signatures. Asldo from tho neutral objection of tho true llriton to any novThs Antwerp rire. A.iTwi.itr, bopt. v. Tho Are which el!, especially a French novelty, all started in tho cartrldgo factory on Frl sorts of evils, oven to tho destruction of day has at lastbenn extinguished. Sov civilization and humanity, aro propho-lie- d from tho introduction of such an eral more corpses havo been found, and tho number of dead will certainly roach Immoral, Irreligious and monstrous in.00. King Leopold and tho Cubinot novation. Ministers visited tho hospitals whoro Baltimore's Celebration. tno suirerers by tho flro aro now being Daltimokk, Sept. 10. Tho six days' '1 bo nrrest of 31. torvlllaln, caroa lor. celebration of tho anniversary of tho detho proprietor of tho cartrldgo factory, fense of Haltlmoro in our second war has been ordered. with Great Hrltaln commenced hero Never boforo In tho history of lUnged Himself tn His Cell. Haltlmoro has any thing like It been Mehi-his- , Sept. 8. Wllor Anderson, ono of tho colored mon brought under fcen. President Harrison took part In guard from Lefloro County to Charleston, tho proceedings. Tho parade consisted Miss., committed sutcldo In tho jail at of ono thousand floats and fifteen thouthe latter placo, by hanging himself to a sand mon and was four hours passing a water-plpon tho coiling. Anderson given point. lost his reason through. drsd of tho col A Merchant Murdered, ored desperado licorgo Allen, who had Nouroi.K, Va., Sept. 10. Six negroes Wm. Henry fiistls, Henry Williams, threatened to kill hlmjfor refusing to join In tho uprising against tho whites. Samuel Stenllo, Cornelius White, Geo. lryor and Itobort Custls aro now In Wife Murder and Suicide. jail for tho munler of T. L. Waller, Chari.kstox, S. Sept- - 9. In York merchant, at Sow ell's Point, yesterday. XV. 11. Hoyd, a County white Wm. Henry Custls was tho first ono of man. shot his wifo and then killed himtlm murderers anestcd, self. Mrs. Hoyd llvoil nbout an hour. examination broke downand whllo under and Implicated Hoyd moved to Arkansas, with his wifo tho other ftvo men named as his accomsome y oars ago, and roturnod without plices. hor, claiming to havo been divorced. Accident to Clrcui Men. Tho fato of tho second wifo suggests Kansas Cnv, Sept. 10- .- During Fore that bu limy hum lnunleied his flrsi paugh's procession yesterday morning n w lfe. uralto on tho band wagon failed to work of the Uprising Captured. Leader whllo descending ono of Kansas City's Gnnr.NWoon. Miss., Sent P. Gcoren Rteop hills, and coasted to tho bottom, Allon, ono of tho principal leaders in whoro It was completely tho lato troubles In Lefloro County, and wrecKou. overturned andoccupants wero mx oi tee vv ho shot his ow n thu villain brother be- more or less Injured. cause, ho refused to go with thn rlntnr. Two Miners Killed. has been captured at Indlanola, Sun. Piiincrton, XV. Va., Sopt. 10. In tho nower County. A deputy sheriff has been sent thero to Identify and bring Simmons Creek mines yostcrday S. L. Enslcy and S. T. Fowler, mlur, unl,r him back to tho scono of his crimes. cd tho shaft to look for tholr tools, which Mlntiter and Others Drowned. were In a disused part. Whllo doing so WiNNiriJo, Man., SepU 9. A West a largo cut of coal and slate becamo disSolklrk special to tlio Freo Press says; lodged and foil, crushing thorn lioth to "During n storm on Lako Winnipeg on death. Thoy lioth leavo largo families. Sunday night last n boat containing a Epidemic of Bloody Flux. number of mill bands and lfov. Mr. Hi.uk Kauth Citv, Minn., Sopt. 10. McIIufllo was swamped, and it Is supposed all wero drowned. Two bodies Tho bloody flux has becomo epidemic havo boon washed ashore Details aro here, and is proving alarmingly fatal meagor, and great anxiety exists here. among small children. The AuitrslUn Oarsman Wins. The Fope Will Not Leave Rome. London, Sopt. 10. Searlo won tho Lomio.v, Sept. t. A dispatch to tho Chronlolo from Homo says: "Tho l'opo boat raco yostorday for tho championhas abandoned tho Idea of leaving Rome, ship of tho world. At Haramorsmith miles from tho start, Soarlo tho Gorman Government having me- brldgo, diated In his behalf, and assured him led by two lengths, and ho crossed tho that, In tho ovent of war, Italy would lino an easy winner by six lengths. Ilrsnt round (lulllj anil Awsril.d Vcrillrt ot Imprisonment for Ufa. IIliiMl.vniiAM, Ala., Sept. 0. Shortly boforo ten o'clock yostcrday morning tho jury on tho Far.nlo Ilryanl murder case sent for Judgo Oreeno and announced they had agreed upon a verdict. Tho Judgo camo down town, ordered tho accused brought from Jail, and received tho finding, which was: "Wo, tho Jury, find that Fannlo llryant was an accessory before tho fact to tho murder of Mrs. Fmma Havves and her children, May and Irone, and fix her punishment in tho penitentiary for life. When tho verdict was read tho womangavoa deep moan, and, leaning forward on tho tablo In front of hor, wept long and bitterly, moaning all the whllo and proclaiming her lnnoconco. Tho judgo Instantly adjourned court, and Shcrlfl Smith hustled hor back to jail. Fannl. DIED AT THE ALTAR. Af.il nrlil.grnnm FhIIs Ilrsd At the llrlde Church and the 1'ro.p.otlve ralnls. Iliusil.0HA5t, Ala., Sept. 10. James L. liarnblll. tho most prominent and oldest resident of Clay County, Ala., aged 70, apptrently In vigorous health, went to Ashland, tho county-sea- t, and procured a license Thursday to marry "Mrs. Clayton, a buxom widow of CO. Tho ceremony was to tako placo next day at 7 a. m. Old man liarnblll aroso and dressed for tho wedding, but whllo alighting from his buggy at tho church door was taken suddenly sick ana in less tban twenty minutes was a corpse. Tho aged bride-elec- t fainted In tho church and had to bo takon homo in a carriage TICK TACK. MtsehleTom Hoys Taken For lltirclart Fatal Dnchnrff. of n I.onil of tlnckthot Into the Crowd. An bt A RO ARINO 'MONSTER. Os i:.cs.lnB from the Orest Well at Cp- Pr Kamlii.lir -- ttlie itsteot Wiir .Minion Cublo Feet fer Vjj. Urrr.n Sanhuskv, O., Sept. 9. Tbo greatest excitement provails In thlsclty i over tho monster gas well discovered to-d--A Bronn-Sequa- llrown-Scquar- d o a y l( Time, 22:42. ii . s- post-olllc- ward oxpolllng tho would-bduelists, Huff and Patterson. A bill was Imm, duced yostorday making It a felony to participate In nny correspondence proposing a duol. o Steps For Their Expulsion. Gn., Sept. 10. Tho Georgia Legislature wlllat onco tako stens to Atlanta, Pat-tors- st y y well-know- n iron-ston- plP9did, i.-- flcoi London, Sopt. 10. Tho strlko consisting of Messrs. Hurns, others, after consultation with strikers on masso, rojncted tho compromise offered by tho dock companies, at tho Instance ot tho mayor, tho bishop of London and Cardinal Manning. Tho reason given Is that January l Is too long a postponement of advance In wages, slnco In tho meanwhllo the would bo enabled to fill all tho places of the strikers with new men, so that ttiou striking would receive un bcnc-- li aiatflsultof thulr giuat Bucrb Til-lottacom-panl- Strike Not Compromised . I. Yet. com-mltto- o, Increased. Tho relation botwoon humidity and sunstroko Is duo to tho fact that peoplo who persplro frcoly nro not likely to beovcrcomo with tho malady, and humidity Is undoubtedly unfriendly to perspiration. Tho extent to which tho custom of wearing flannel hits spread during tho present summer shows that peoplo aro awake to tho importanco of dressing to suit tho conditions of our climate Flannol no doubt nbsorbs and encourages perspiration, but perhaps not enough has d beon said of tho ndvantago of materials both for shirts nnd outer wear. A surgeon of tho British nrmy has given his cxporlenco on this point Holng onenmped on tho chores of tho Ilosphorus tho surgeon, with somo olllccrs, thought It would bo woll to imltato tho cxnmplo of Leandur and three years. Tn: report of tho Commissioner of try a plungo in thoso famous wntsrs. Agriculture for August shows for to In walking to tho shoro they Xwk off bacco sixty-twpor conL of tho acreago tholr coats, carrying them en tholr for 1555, and seventy per cenL of tho arms. Tho surgoon says: conditions of corn, an Increase of olov en flannel "I woro a cherry-colcrc- d per cenL in acreage and threo per cenL shirt, and although all our shoulders tn condition over IimL yerv burned, by exposure WGrajr""a-0.locs aro being recolved from dif- wlillo In tho wnter, I wns literally ferent sections of Western Kentucky to scorched, and for somo days suffered tho oflcct that tobacco worms aro being found on tho weeds in unprecedented fjrcntly from tho slightest movement numbers this season, nnd aro working or friction of my coat Wo all suffered great ruin to tho crop. Old raisers say In exuet proportion to tho depth ol that thoy havo not In years been so nu- slinde of our flannel." Tho same prlnclplo, if indeed it bo a merous and destructive as at pros out, and great alarm Is felt over them. In principle, would apply to hats. It places fields havo boen laid wasto by should bo obsorved howovcr, that hcm. thoro is a minority opinion on this The Sirs. Alex. Bush farm, considered point A gallant officer of the United ono of tho finest tracts of land in Fay-ctt- o States niniy was strongly of tho belief, County, was sold at public salo to us tho result of his mllltnry experiS. K. Cornish, Cynthlnna, for $115.20 ence, that black hats wero cooler than por acre. vvhlto onc'i. When pollco commiOnc hundred and twenty mules were ssioner n few years ago, this Ofllcer shipped on tho Sd Inst from Danvillo to New Orleans. They sold for S1W per caused tho adoption of black hats for summer wear by tho police. Tho head. question of tho comparative coolness Wm. P. Giiav, residing noar Greenville, whllo laboring under a fit of tem- of gnrmonts of different colors may, no "A LITTLE NONSENSE." porary Insanity, attempted to commit doubt, bo left to tho experienco of tho Slany collego boys can 6can Latin sulcldo by taking an overdoso of mor individual wearer. N. Y. Times. verso who can not Scandinavian. phine. Ills recovery Is doubtful. Train robberies aro becoming so STARTLING SHOWING. Devon Haolanii, son of Councilman Wm. S. Hagland, of Howling Green, and The Probable roriulatlon "f Our Country frequent thut whon tho conductor shouts "Tickets!" all tho passengers nophow of Sirs. John SlcFcrran, ol n Crntury llrnce. Nows. Louisville, committed suicide, the other S. I LoomU published tho result of hold up their hands. toChicago A hen oft ha. a w ay hatch. night, while In Wlnan's drugstore, by tho census of 1SS0 within 18,000 of tho A ihlp a hatchway has to match. shooting himself In tho head with a actual figures. He estimates that tho Hut while the ben one CKg can lay, pistol. Ths :h'.p ess lay to ever? -- ay. population of tho country in Ifs&u will a Two highwaymen, who robbed man state Register. rench 67,250,000, an lncreaso during named Franklin, were arrested at Sir. Hydo (of llydo & Tallow, Chiof more than 30 per tho lnat decado cago) "Whiter, I wnnt a dinner." J. XV. Vanck, car Inspector, was killed cent To allow n rensonablo margin Walter "WIU zo gentlomnn hnf tubltt for possible error wo may placo tho to- d'hote, or a la carto?" Sir. llydo by roughs nt Walton. tal at 07.000,000, and tho decennial ln- "Bring mo a little, ol both, and havo Tin: following changes of fourth-clas- s creaso nt SO por cent Should this 'cm put lots of gravy on postmastors wero mado on tho 2d: it" Puck. Floyd County, S. P. Dingus, ratio of increase continue, our populaA broken pilot wheel stopped a vice SI. C. Spencer, resigned; Denmark, tion at tho end of each decado during In Connecticut, but tho Ilusscll County, Jno. H. Wheat, vlco U. tho next 100 jcais will bo represented railway train Ynnkoo-bor- n conductor replaced tho S. Hayncs, resigned; Sotscr, Flojd Coun- by tho following figures, tho vvhcol with a railway restaurant mlnco ty, G. W. Gardner, vlco A. C, Clark, reof which will sur immensity signed; South Park, Jefferson County, prlso mo4 peoplo and perhaps causo pie, and succeeded in running his trnln Longacre, vlco D. P. Farmer, thom to wondor what this country Is into Now York on tlmo. Somorvilla Johnson Journal. resigned; Squlrosvllle, Owen County, An old enuplo woro walking down James II. Hlbb, vice Robt Long, de- coming to: 6T.im,flC0 1IKW H3,'.'3).ooo ceased. tho street tho other day rcadlnu signs, mm ,, 117,193,000 whon thoy ran across ono which tho Tun following storekeepers and gaug-cr- s 1MD....... i ni,-wao old man read thus: "Johnson's Shirt wero appointed for Kontucky: is.tos.iw 10W , Thos. Sf. Hamilton and Jas. jaw Store." "Well, I doclnrol" oxolnlmed M,9s,uo tl8.513.-T- 7 Furock, Sixth district; A. Andorson, A. 1901 tho old lndy, "I wondor how ho toro 5tl,,07,SO IL Honton. E. DloUman, Sr Henj. F. 1970.... it!" Little Kock Mirror. TV),J7,- 4.1 Doats, F. S. Foreman, I Fenstor, P. )90 Wifo (looking up ftoin newspaper) 915,U79,M1 WM G. XV. Johnston, T. J. SIcCann, Hobel, Peoplo of a spoculatlvo turn of mind "Astronomy must bo a fascinating J. II. SIcCampbell, A. V. Ramsey, J. T. may well, itsk thomsolvcs what Is to study. Horo' b nn account of un ns(ron Smith, and S. P. Custls, Fifth district; onormous n populaomor swooping tho heavens with his John D. Martin and Henry P. Slunn, bo dono with so "Yos; that's Second district; Patrick Sammons and tion, how nro thoy to bo supported, toloscopo." Hiisbaud Jonas Sugdon, Seventh district, Gaug-or- s i.nd many other tiuciitlons Hint, though tho latest stylo of toloscopo, with now, may assumu tho broom attachment" Ituchcstcr J. S. Cunningham, I). SI. Davidson purel and J. K. Klrwln, Fifth district; I). A. n vital Importanco boforo tho close of Budget. Lady "What! loft your situation llrown, Sixth district Storekeeper and tho next eontury. Tho totnl nroa of Qaugor C. IL Forward, Sixth district Slarin?" Slarla "Yes, mum, I tho United Slntos, Including Alaska, couldn't btay no longer." "Why, The following changes in thorovenuo Is 8.JH2 12 squnro miles, or sorvlco In Kontucky woro mado on tho This nrca necessarily Slarla?" "Woll, yo teo, mum, my mis2d: Storokeopors Samuel N. Adams, Includes tho lakes, rivors and unin- tress wouldn't let mo 'nvo my young Second District; II. L. Dorman, Fifth habitable mountains nnd desetts, yet gentleman to dinner, nn' thoy do ny District; P. II. Foony. Sovonth District; wo find that thoro will bo nn avcrngo that tho only way to n man's 'art is Wm. Haloy, Fifth District; Wm. II. persons through his stomach." of moro than two nnd ono-haLong, Second District; Joseph Potland, "1 heard you kissed tho prettiest to each aero of our total area whon Fifth District; Alexander Spraul, upon tholr du girl In tho room at tho party last Second Dlstrlot; James C, Wilson, Fifth tho enumerators enter youth to District, nnd J. S. Poplin, Storokeopor ties ono hundred year honco. Tho night," observed nn Austindid. for n "Woll, I his companion. exact figures nro 2,501. and Gaugor, Eight District Gaugorb According to Sir. Loomis, tho ratio fact. What of It?" "Uu, nothing; only Thos. N. Bakor, Second District; SI. of Increase of populntlon by births I'd Just llko to know how you felt dur-lnHasellp, Second District t llko tho sweot osculation." Haiiiiv Wickstk.vd, known as Dally, over deaths, although much less than "Llko a boofstcuk?" was a century Binco, Is nt present a beefsteak." tho "Scrapper," was fatally stabbed in it an unlawful houso In Loulsvillo, a fuw 2 01 pereont por milium, or 20.1 each "Yes. Smothered In onions." Texas nights ago by Wm. Iloatty. Sittings. ten j ears. Accepting, for convenion the Central marA At Covington Georgo Slorris probably ence, tho ratio of decennial lncreaso fatally cut Wm. Cayton. Though badly as twenty per cent, mid casting asldo ket who had been "stuck" with n wounded, Cayton fired several shots at all accretion from Immigration, wo number of green melons, plugged one. Slorris. find that in tho year 191)0 our total poured a plntofkcrossno Into thoholu Dan Sweknv, on tho population will bo moro than 610,000,- - and uftor waiting a quarter ol un Uur Cincinnati Southern railroad, was killed 000 gave It to a colored man. Tlo lattor by a train near Itogors Gap. Ilo was Whether theso figures nr accepted gut down on a box to eat It, but uflor sitting on tho track, nnd must havo reasonably trustworthy or rojected removing tho plug nnd taking a rinoll, fallen asleep. Ho was struck by tho as as gros uxaggoratlon, the fuot still ho uroso tind lelurned thn melon to tha and knocked oil, his head "What's tho mutter? ' n.ksd remain that tho natural mid Inevita- stand being mashed to pieces. "Iso muoh obleoged, but I ble Ineroiuo of the population, not tho donor. Tun Kentucky Railroad Commission -- auldn't use It onions you'd fiuw in u of our own country, but of tha met nt Frankfort, on thn 0d, to com- nloua mence, Us mutual valuation and whole orld, presents a problem that eJiimbly nn' uwlcki un' uivt wouin im Do- of railroad property In tlm mwy t"U ciiKo.ro thu thoughtful mind. .tkiir too much Of Ml Nb-dinh o light-colorehorse-stealino Rki-oiit3 Io-rLox-lngto- n. Storu-keopors n, -lf i. ir "l-'olstnll-koeptrack-walk- times, frightening him away, but not boforo ho had takon a fino diamond pin bolonglng to Mrs. Madge Hinloy, of ML Pleasant, Tcnn. Ho had also gotten two valises that contalnod about SI 0,000 worth ot valuables, but Miss Williams had mado It hot for him, and ho loft them on tho porch. Their carriage driver was suspected and has been arrested. Tin: final cahting up of tbo votn in Hie last Stato election was mado tho other morning, and a certlflcato of election was issued to Stephen G. Sharp, Stato Treasurer. Tbo uilielul iimjoilly, loitv-In- g llrcathltt County ouL Is 33,333, an lncreaso of 15,000 over tho last Stato election and 8,000 over Clovoland's majority. The majority of tho registered votes In favor of tho Constitutional Convention Is 9,307, though tho majority of those voting on tho question 19,139 aro In favor IL GnonoE W. Wilson, whllo cutting grass on his farm, near Constance, Iloono County, a fow days ago, camo across a dry land terrapin with tho dato 17b5 plainly cut on tho back. It seemed to bo nn old resldcntcr from tho appear-aucof tho outer ndgos of tho shell, being broken oil in sovoral places. It Is supposed that Daniel Boono or somo of tho early settlers placed tho dato on it. The Commissioners of tho Sinking Tund mot as a Hoard of Parolo at Frankfort, a tew days .go, and directed tho release of the following prisoners upon tho terms prescribed by tho Dlckorson Parolo law: Charles SI. IJeddon. Pulaski County, April, 18S8, for manslaughter, sent for seventeen years; II. C Haynos, Laurel County, Slarch, 1888, malicious shooting, sent for twoeajrjjj N. H. Tny-lo- r, Pendleton Cointyrfarch"T"l8. for volver at tho intruder threo to nece9S!lry"co9l!on Iratwocn a lift mid ntmosphoro iid sunstroke. Dr. Hunt, of Buffalo, fc reviewing tho cases of sunstroko rbjch occurred In the humid summer of '.S53, said: "Tho conclusion Is Irroslstlble tfi?.t not dry heat, but n bath of aqueous vapor was tho truoNwuso of this unparalleled mortality." Another uuthorlty Informs us that In Indln tho chief ciuso of Miiislruko Is "prolonged atmosphorlo heat, with a dry Wd rarefied stato of tho air." It has been proved, however, that highly rarefied air Is not conducive to sunstroke. Thero Is no proof thoroforo that either humidity or drynoss or rnrcflcatlon Is the causo of sunstroke It would seem, howovcr, that thero aro facts to show that when tho tilr Is charged with moisture tho liability to sunstroko is ft Vm&L I compllshed whistler. No professional whistler can get with lips and longna tho tono thnt ho can. It is llko tlio notes of his violin. Only on raro docs ho treat his friends to n whistling performance. Stanford, Crockor, Colton and Hopkins, tho projectors ot tho Pnclflo railroad, had not among them nU money enough to buy n supper when they started, but by tho succoss of their mngnlflcont cntorprlso, thoy railroad kings, with a fortune of tworty millions apieco. X Julos Simon, tho cminont French statesman, has quiet dignity, caso, v cool head, and tho faculty to slmultto warmth and genulno emotion. As a. sjoakor ho steers clear of dec lnmntbn, and can draw at will on veins d irony and sarcasm which ho gontly infuses and as If in n casual way. SI. Mill, an old goctloman who died near Albany, N. Y., recently, rend and understood Hebrew. Arabic Slogrobir Arabic, Persian, Armenian, Turkish HIndoostnn, Orenburg, Tartar, Efrangolo, Transcaucaslan Tartar, Greek, Latin, Gorman, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Flemish, Anglo-Saxo- n and many other tongues. An old farmer on tho coat of Maine, in the vicinity of Bar Harbor, watched with deep interest tho projects of a wealthy land ownor, who had built an elegant summer cottago and wns buying up real cstato right nnd loft "I declare," exclaimed he, 'I don't believe but what ho won't bo satisfied till ho buys up all tho land that jines him." A woman accustomed to preparing food for tho sick found It necessary to support horsolf. Sho tried sending cako to tho women's exchange, but was not successful. Sho then thought of delicacies and tempting tidbits for invalids, nnd sho hns been so successful in this unuorttvUlns ,Vo.raai rich harret Tho rich nnd tho poor both pntrmilzo hor, and tho comfort to hotel and bonrding-hous- o residents can hardly bo told. Tho Queen of England has tho reputation of being oxtromcly methodical in small mattort, and tho following is nn instnuco in point: Her Slajesty hus rocontly ordered to bo bound in a hnndsomo volume, about nn Inch in thlcknoss, nil tho Christinas nnd Now Year cards 6cnt her during tho Inst fuw yenrs by her immediate relatives. In cases where they bear writing, such as "To my dear grand, mammn," tho blndor has beon ttpeclnl ly ordered to mount them In such a manner ns to permit of tho inscription being seen. bo-ca- 9 Itxtr, WvilliU-'O- Q Sttn l".'." 1 tCv """Wfi v . V A )mmsmssr ssaM - ..: im;rju$m&wm TTT nn?5B5 r!m& Y V 1 iij nl fir IHr LC ks There wns a very worldly don. Tho pooplo of l'allon county I'riuikfort tit Dilrul It. con who conl'essod In his declinDuring August tho genornl govHICKMAN, KV., iden of luivo been discussing the ing yenrs that ho had triod to ernment rocoived something over IT! HUT CAN Til KY HO improved county roads for thirty sorvo Qod and Mammon for forty $.'11,000,000 of taxes, it paid out viutiAV, : : : : HUM1. 13. 1880. years, tiutl are no nearer tin ngi ceHaving piirrliaiil Mis. l.T Citdmr's years, but ho hnd found it mighty nearly 18,000,000, but of this sum P'rlncot'in liinnrr UooU, tSUIIoiieir, Taney ment now tlinu then. Tnc present hard slodding. Golonol MoICco's about i:o,000,000 were paid out Anil Mook nf will continue lo krvp on Tlio Constitutional Convention ihi.m NRtem is unequal to tliu furnish(koil, Ac. I iDi'Kr t rtK More being hand, at Ihe old slnnd, n complete lino of elec- article on tho Harrison policy in in bond purchases. t question carried in (ho last Wo urn milhorlrntl In annft'ineo Mr. (II'.O. ing of good roads, which Is Alabama shows that tho President paid out of tho troastiry than was SCHOOL HOOKS, to condemn it; It exempts tion by nn overwhelming majority. is finding that the effort to solidify leeeived during tho umiith, tho II. MAUIUIN ai 1 candidate fir Clerk ST.irioxKftr, yKW.sr.li'KKs. Court nf Appeal, auhjeetlo lha action laud-oners living in towns or out It now nppunrs, however, that an tho colored voto und nt tho same difference, $1(1, 787,118, came from attempt will still bo mndo by tho nf liu IVmnfraHo Hint Convention, M.UIAZIXKS, .t. of tho Statu from share or expense llmo divido tho white vote is the surplus nud wont into tho of keeping up the roiulfS and also opposition to defeat it. ''iYcrti'or", mighty hard sledding. Of courso, pockets of the bond holders. Tho Any of the aboTa not in slock will bi promptly procured upon application. TlIK tlclPfilttPR to tllO CoiitfiTKH exempts some of tlio residents The Owensboro Messenger's spicy llcpublicatis believed treasury paid out JS,00(),000 on Conic nud rva me. of tlio throo American will incut who nro the chief ueuefleiniies. f.otiisvlllo correspondent says: If thosaid nnd did what they what account of government expenses ce'.'l J. CUNT IU.I.ISUN. promin Washington Into in Ootohor nntl Hut, tho great point If, that the "The proposition to hold i consti they devisit LoulHvilloaiul Kentucky. convention litis curried ised, the innttor would bo compar- and pensions. Tho pension day greatly increased productive ca tutional 1, atively simple Tho balk of the mand took about $."00,000 per not iiirnlii byn popular mnjoiity of pacity or of Senator ter roads. the county demands well inbuilt JO,uw, nntl mo general iiicn Ropubllcnn party in tho South be- nud if the rato is kept up will That Riicicntion I'ulton county can ing colored, pretty much all Uo alono reqiiiro $i!i;!,000,0()0 n year, Ilmnptuii'H to buy Ouhsi nntl turn it nflnrd to nvppiid GOnn, " our. seems to bo that tho now iu in over to tlio colorctl ttuuplu compelled to ndopt officers would bo given to the These immense payments nroconL'O lure will bo roada (luring'tlio next worth considering, provided tlio years, mid that amount will ma- a resolution providing for tho colored men, and nil hope of divid accordance with departmental iii,ot"'it.) of tho law nud rulings HICKMAN, negroes could bo fmlucctl to go e.idomizo every important rend KENTUCKY "timing ui mo uuuvenwuu mm ior ing tno whites would bo abandon- structions In, ed. If thero were not enough of tlio commissioner, which thus there. tlio county. A bogiiiniug ought selection of delegates to it. Good colored mon to giro tho Rer.nbll-canmadu the legislntiro nud oxen-tivnro lawyers, and nmong them several HOUSE HAS UCt'ENTl.Y I1KKN acts of the administration. mlllS tip for the mvomtnudatlon of rnnsiDKNT IlAIUtlSON'S Louis- to bo made; a porfoot law will not members of tho Legi&Iatitro, aro a victory, troops would $be I. lilted bo had, oxcopt as oxperieiico slnll geniana appointees havo succeeded of the opinion that tho law In tho sent down thero nnd tho colored Congress, by a specific net, did llrumiiirrA and llit tratrlinp public in increasing the democratic vole, teach us. Therefore, let the friends Oloan roonta, nlv Iwda, and iitnrr theso huge gifts, but rase is mandatory and that tho candidates installod in office. But not authorizedepartment construes erally. guaranteed to all who slop with iik. meals although they did try to hribo tlio of good roads petition our Presldont Harrison nud Secretary the pension of alien, veft to gl vo lis n clianco at Legislntuio cannot refuse to pass Itlaiiie, nud nugnr planters with promises of other ItcpublifMiB, the laws so as to cover them. Of Traveling men will find the bosl lion nt our boute. the enactments necessary to call u now road law. many of whom have invested rap-i- t course congress will hero to ratify bounties on sugar. arry n full line of In addition, the convention together. But it rulings by passing approis quite tiB well understood nt id under the protection of South- these The WorltrA Fair. Tun Congress of tlio Americas I not priation bills providing for tho FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, Frankfort that Judge William ern Stnto governments, have is to assemble nt Washington on to Tho grent contest between the Lindsay, who will ho tho most in- tho slighest notion in tho world, of future draining of tho treasury, arewhich ho limite tttlcntiou. Our price as Ion as the lowcuU October 2, and tlio delegates arc large cities for thotWoilil's Fair, teresting liguro in tho new Senate,' setting tho colored man up in a now that tho start hns boon made, to bo royally entertained. Thero to no hold in tho United btntcs, and tho government bound, lu is going to defeat tho measure if pinco wticro lie can mnKo laws. nro to bo sixty delegates ftom tho in 1802, is still on. New York maD n souse, for n continuation ot tno sess t.ixos ntiu tusuurso pu .U. h.l .U ... 1'lllfUUM different Governments on tho Chicago, Washington City and St. IIUDQIUIl., mill llinr lin will nhhnnn n,.0"c.i- - ., pro . . payments. When these aro figures 10 ahV "i'"K the naasa-'of tho retiulstto net American Continent studiod, when it is soon that the W..V wviuau Louis, aro tho cliiftf Annuitants. ttndifiitUUltJBln .Uiouconrtst nlso iiii'ft inn ni nni man anil crtw L. power in i!o petty oiiiccs, jnsi enougu 10 oep policy of tho imrty rttlsnif fiimToiisl of " . 1V.1.'J' rSL',' IF.Tl!. ATTOKNKY.AT-fiAAVr ill' lo reiiumiH iroin ivim- ivrn TliWcltios'nre the 1 air, and the While thorc Is no doubt of Judge him iu n Stnto organization as a voted to collootiui: more taxes Lindeny's ability, ordinarily there that O. 1. irttntlngtoii mid Jay dollars to securewill tuako KIATtllitV. nro noccssary, and then to re- - IIIOKMAN. millions would bo 00 fenr felt of tho result Republican voter, but not enough than Gdiilri haro poolotl their interest one that getsit causod by All Lejr.it IhmlnrM promptly attended lo. oiTt of it. Tho World's of a contest in which ho might ar- to threaten tho security of North, liovo tho stringency in their great railroads in tho or dollars such a policy, to pay tho taxes out Houtliwost and that they nro not- Fair, tiis year, is being held at ray himself against the whole em investments in Southern in iu tho purchase ot bonds not yet Oilier Land practice n K'Ulty. in Haul llullding. Naturally enough ing In concert to sootito control Parin, France, 1S02 will bo the State; but thero scorns to bo good surplus should year or cheap excursions in litis grounds for tho suspicion thnt this effort to deceive both sides due, boenusoa nnnniitllliltul IV tin not of nil tho Southwestern linoa. Ka nllniKn.l tn II if UU miUlfVU IU ilUtlllllUltltV. OIIUII coratry. many members of tho Legislature tho President is deceiving nobody, is scon that this policy Is intended SALE AND LIVERY STABLE nud is creating black onoinu8 will hnvo good reason to oppose "ivAoc conincts" nro not conto keep up au alliance with tho Our Voting l'lnn. fined to whites and negroes, tho a new constitution, and if there without making any white friciide. men who believe thnt Americans latest is u conflict between Tlio Tho next Legislature of Ken- are enough of those to unito with A MCltK & shall not buy whero thoy wnnt to", Cl'Iti: IIIH lKUXKXr.M Voles, Slaves untl Irish In Dela tucky will bo callod upon to make Judgo Lindsay tlio measuro mny oraoll whero they can get tho best KENTUCKY STIIKKT ware. A conflict of cnunl inairul loAinn nltminno it Attn iiuitttin nf ho wrecked. Frankfort nnd FrankTho Now York Sun has found k it astonishing that there tide in the south would bo made voting, or Oilier throwing more lin county nro unanimously oppos- remedy for drunkness. The Sun price, isbe a party in this country KEBl'S conatantly on band for hire tale tho Hubjoctof a congressional in - restrictions will oversight around ed to tho convention because they must hnvo had an extremely bad should opposing such n policy! The doI10HSK3, II Uflfl IKS and HACKS. " mid over it. to the end of Homirin fear n removal of tho seat of gov- raso ot tiruniis, warming up to a minant policy is one of taxation, IWtlnr mirchaied Ihe alable. hone ernment. The outsido forces thnt consuming (lro within to force so W. II. l'lumraer A "houncku" is often' npoded (purer suffrage. It may bo, how are said to be working against it simple nn idea to outer tho mighty over taxation, reckless spending and enltre outfit of the butlneti, and e to continue of n during tho serious of Congress. ever, that the certainty being Con includo tho representatives from braiu of the great Dana. Tho rem of monoy in order to koop up tax- oliclt palronate cull ation, protection iu order to raise Sullivan proposes to fill that long stitutional Convention cd, tho wholo ouestion mnv bo uuprogrcsfiivo districts that aro eily is dimply tho tiucturo of Pe- moro money to spend. felt want by becoming. roprcsou-tativ- held in abeyance for the action of naturally against anything now ruvian bark, which cau be had at Works, of tho culture of lioston that costs anything, selfish nud any drug store always call for The outlook lor a healthy fall Hickman garble that body among tho for tho na- that body, for chnngo our alone is corrupt members, who find em- the best. Lot tho patient carry competent to and winter trado is most flattering munncr tion. At present ho is n candi- of voting. HICK MAX, - - KV ployment in securing private nnd vial in his pocket, and when itivll-e- Good crops, a growing demand date for a Mississippi convict special legislation nud who do not to tnko a drink, either by n for tho products of southern manEvery person in Kentuclty, white B. C. gang. or black, entitled to voto, ought want to see the power of special trictid, or by himself, just take n ufactories, tho feeling that fair and OKALla IX to bo permitted to voto, and, so legislation taken away; whisky tcaspoouful of tho tincture lib reasonable profits will bo tho reIt is announced Urn', an effort far ns we know or believe, this men not all of thorn who appear mny, if a bad caso and to bo on wards of those interested in south- Italian ahu American Mahiili wil be made in the next congress MO.NUMK.NT8, TOMli A.NH GKAVK to bo that a to iucreaso tlio coitutgo of silver right is accorded without lot or clause afraid slip into nprohibition tho snfe side, tako 0110 every two ern industries, hnvo all combined 8TO.N :a. now con hours, without being invited lb to produce a feeling of confidence would hindrance; bnt it is an nudenlable to $4,000,000 per month aad it is stitution, nnd, fiunlly, it is said drink, nnd it will destroy all taste in nil business nntl productive cir- HAVI.NO in itock, a fine lot of also probnblo that tho sche-nwill fact that hundred, perhaps thous thnt theintluonco of tho Italian Marble, lam preFrankfort go through. Tho silver certificate anils, of illegal votes aro cast nt Lottery will be exercised ngalust for whisky, or anything clso but cles. It is not speculative feel- pared to 911 all ordtra. Call andtxaoine Peruvian bnrk. In fact, it will ing, it is a conservative fcoliug my work. is about as good as any curroucy each election in this State, nud it it, lost some of its privileges utterly destroy tho whisky, and based upon legitimate grounds. Order from the country promptly now afloat and tho western country wonld seem that nil good citizens should bo lost under n new instru- good very loth to go Sited. Ex. needs as much of it as it can got. should sincerely desiro some fair ment. Those forces combined can down whisky is tincture: If forced, may 26 nfter tho law to prevent this illegal voting. San Fiuncisco Ai.ta: An Eng compact nnd jit will tnvnrinbly scare and return bo wrought into The Northwestern Conforenco Ono sourco of illegal voting is strong opposition. a Tho weakness a very eliort time. If tho pa- lish author has published a book of tho African Methodist Church, tho opportunity afforded by tho SI II! of tho combination lies In this, tient will peristentlytnko the tinc- called, "I Murk tho King." Thnt alleged to bo a religious body, crowd nntl hurry at largo voting that there is but one party of tho ture every two hours for five days, may do in England, but it no wero ndepted, nt Milwaukee, last week, products, tho jam nntl confusion X 11 A T a report advising n eenoral exodus making it impossible for officors grpao'inhterchaarnny good renson ho will llnd himself turned inside caught marking tho king or any negroes irom tho South to the, holding tho elections to test or for its fears. Titac barter ped- out, ns slick ns turning au old other card in California no would of need n physician, and porhnps nn .tiuriuwetii. ui an wio proposi- properly discriminate as to tlio dlers and boodlers kno"w4h'at if a sock to catch a Hoe, nud then ho tions in regard to tho negro prob- votes offered. The law ought not now constitution is adopt etf kuo- - may hold up 011 tho tincture. undertaker. lem the plan of scattering them to permit precincts larger than ci.il legislation will cense nnd tl)oir"i:v.!d.tako a few shower batns to JCoopa tlio Hunt, 250 or 300 votes; nntl tho law ought occupation win uo gone, uiu m coofbffJuis innnls. After COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE, bcoiiib to bo tho most popular. f .VHMfrtmiit 110 may rertrrn- - to ins the othor cases it is purely tins to compol the election judges to normal FUI.TON CIKCt'lT coimi at work. And when Frank- - conuttlon, nud will tiovet- uEiiu be Hon. S. 8. Cox, tho eminent test each and every voter not witn an njPleltTBKyWtttaJkg. A.l'ialutllT, Congressman, dlm nt Jits homo In known ami to.o1.bi1 for. forl'n lumiou, .IwIro TAmlnny, nnnoyi-rJj'ilty. 'J'o lo I'lllllKt 2fow York. Tuesday. He was tho Or a wcIIadvi8od registration law, j stops to tno front to imnodo tlio either liquor or tho tincture 'of Hi, Heir' aniTfjiTtor., Def'li. J ablest, and, personally, tho most requiring mo voters ot mo inrgo State's progress in order that Peruvian bark. la hertby fUta to the creditor Nolire popular member of tho Democrat precincts to register their names Frankfort mny not lose tho CapdeccAtrd, lint Ihe nf Cm V TIllATj O I V,i: JII-io AitmcArr.. Cooirolisloner of the Kullon Cir- (loola delivered lo any part of tlio City, by far tho most schol- so ninny days beforo tho election, ital, look out for frnukfort losing ic side, nntl everything." cuit Court, under an order In lie above arly and readiest debater, irrespec- might meet this objection. The Priuco of Wnlcs having con- styled came, will attend at the County tive of party. Ho had been a lllegnl votes elect tho officers cluded to "lead n better Hfo," there Court Clfrk office, in Hickman, Ky., member continuously, except ono In many county elections perhaps ntiim; nut ;ovi:it.ou. is a renewal of the talk that tho from the date bereof until the let day of W. session, for tw enty.fi vo years. Ho in nearly all closo elections. If February, Queen is nbottt to abdicate in his of claim 181)0, to receive and hear proof The henrtof tho Jessamine Jourwns a dovoted Domocrnt, and to any citizen doubts this, let him favor. Victoria is an old woman all clalun axainal laid Utwrlent; anJ that not presenlnl t him and proton turn, more than to any othct tnko tho poll books of any large nal pants for n "pennyrilo" man and bIio would liko to get rid of an no name apace rtijuired by law, within the time Lex. Press. NO trouble lo abow alt article!, but Northern mombur, is tho South voting precinct, specially of towns for governor. goodi. to affairs of state and spend her time aboe, will be fonirer barred. Come and see, at the corner of Troy indebted for tho defeat of tho and cities, and test liow many Wo nro not nware of having felt in quiet with hor widowed daughTill) Sept. 12lh, lRSD. and Moscow Avenue, Kail llickmrn, Ky Force bill. W. I'. TAVLOK, nntnes the best acquainted can or ovinced any preference for gov- ter, but until Wales hnd finally got Master Com'r Fullon Circuit Court. ernor, but in answer to interrog- out of tho wild onts business she neithor identify or locate. aepl3-a- r TnE Farmers' Alhanco of GeorDo tho pooplo wiin t their offices atories wo havo expressed the was not let him and gia bnB undertaken n lingo task. given out nnd controlled by such opinion that tho nest governor his chumsdisposed toordering of a hnvo tho And get your IlUc.iirtUhh.g s:.d general They have ndoptcd n resolution would bo from tho firat congres-sionn- l court which she hnd nil hor life "COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. and illegal voterst Itrpalrini: dune at asking tho of memdistrict, nnd that his uamo kept seemly nnd in good repute. couht, no.ni; Tit Aim. bers in tho cotton states in fixing is William J. Stone. Jessamiuo Tho Prince will make nu ablo ami K. II. rri.T.Ac, illllolt, tho price of cotton. Tho arguIEiiuliy An exchange thui popular ruler. Ho has not wasted W.I. ai"ilnt n, aitipnee o term Journal. ment is that tho farmers when "local enterprise:'' If yon you can think MCulrlf (ttrarr o Olion aaif Ettkinjt Slr'tli, There havo been many compli- all his time, and is probably tlir. .Mai well, IWemlant. they want to soil anything, hnvo of nuy tbliij; to be done to beautify or bull J mentary referoncos to Capt. Stone most accomplished and KY. tiest inHICKMAN, In fl.n f'rillf a ViLln f lmi.h to take whnt is offered; when they up your town, go and Jo It; keep rourctp-liafa- t iu collection with the race for govformed person of royal rank iu of 11. M. Maxwell, that Ihe underaiued, Good W'orU at UocL bottom I'ricca, My home; ratronlie home InJiialry, buy, have to pay what is asked. ernor and there is no question brother-in-lato pell Commiiioner of Ihe rullon Circuit Court, motto. Now as thoy nro sellors of their neip your merchants cheaper;more now In, so that ho would reflect credit 011 tho Europe, now that his under an Order in Ihe abotn atyled cviiiie, that thoy can sell alnays ;rt fcar.H If.!, WOUK a speclallr.-&- S of Germany is dead. crops, why can they not fix the your nork done al home, if pooible. If state as its chief executive. It is will utend at the County Court Cleric's JuilN P. Glt.Y. price The- trouble will bo in you follow llieae direction an your lowu not likely however, ho will bo u Office, in liioliruan Ky from th dale herelMtOHl'llUlTY COIII.VM. mar26 tf of until the 18th day of February 1890, la does not Ih.piuVv und biiltJ up, It U not ngreoitig among thomselvos. The candidate. Paducah Standard. speculators act as a unit; farmers your fault. Tho farmors aro tho foundation receive and hear proof of ciainia againiit claim not The abo'c from the IIickmin Connies very rarely do. stones of business prosperity. tald Defendant and that all ni require) preieated lo him and proven nAKi: vocu cam.i.vcj nuke:. of Ust week, Inleudeil to buw the inUtake givo nu ttnpottis by law, wllhlu Ihe l!ui ipiQd ntujte, Their fino crops IlENnnnsoN, who proposes to made by parties rrbo "send o(T' for their Dr. Talmage is ouo of the few nil along the line. Prosperous will be forever barrtd. UNDERTAKER, BLACKSMITH get up a now cxotlua of negroes goode beonuse they can, orlhirtV they can, men who lives rlnxn liv tlio O ol farmers buv machinery, improve l'Lli Sept. 1SS!. W. 1". TAYLOK, from tho south, soys thoy have a buy them a little cheaper, in a chunk of den Qnte, enjoying the" fullness of 'their farms," keep up business of KKSTUOKY. HIOKMAS, Mtr Cora'r Fulloo Circuit Court. bettor underground railroad than of lolid wisdom, and hna been preceded by tho Holy Spirit, and has discover nil kinds iu tho country towns. iep!3-3)o( existed in tho days of old John many more of the nine port in ibe name od tho blioson few who will bo per- Largo crops hnvo to bo transportIVE MI'. A TltiAl, wi.en you want Brown and no ono in tho south paper, but is it not a little strange that a mitted to outer therein, lloforing ed to markot; tho railroads, thereGt(" Hlarkamlthing ilone, or repair un paper which can aro so oleurly Ihe duty of will realize how tho colored people alx) keep a full lino of to thoso whom he evidently ex fore, do n heavy biisiuoss. the; )a(ona, he. the community to support heme liavo escaped until they aro gone. or "local enterprise," cannot eeiiiduilry, pected to meet in thnt beautiful mnko monc, thin pnts tho mills Undortakor's Goods, that the It flondprsou and his followers .wilu o priuoiple should he exirnd'ij to the byoiid, ho fifi: "whllo .loeolvod'r.nd factorial to work; mora raises Cduimon, I'.oho.-.J-, and Solid Illaot W'al. will put up the money for tickots, whole country, as agiin't tbeforeicn pro- by nil other classes, ho was never aro opouod up, moro raw material nut Colliue nnd Cases, which cmi lit) filled tho active and energetic agents of ducers? A principle which ia a good one, betrayed by n newspaper man. worked up, business centers are up on short notice, and at retfonable railroads will fill the notthwenl "ben applied to 3 county is good for the Nowspapors lift tho nations into kopt active, trado and traffic flourprice, line me a call. with "oscapoO" colored people, whole country. Dresden Itepublican. ttfT Shop in West Hickman. sunlight," nntl ho thinks ''there is ishes, and good times follow tho tuu'J5-Well then, suppose yon npp'.v a spirit of fairness abroad in tho stimulation which the results of withontthenid of an "underground railroad." With froe tickets some your protectivo tariff idea to the nowspapers that is hardly to bo tho fnrmors' labor and caro and negroes can he duped Into going. trade as between the people of found anywhoro else." Mon who toll havo brought nbout. The different toasts aati comities, aad desire U. A. & R. T. TY LER wJjfcir to enter the faenutiful crated farmer ia tun Vtsty (Ucideil dispo- hiiTiOng"Wiit yOuf ITitooiTrtilu niiuuf nnd walk tho troltlen streets of tho koops this complicated machinery ATTORNEYS AT LAW, of 'protecting home industries" now Jerusalem with Uro. Talmago Rome- sition nmong nil classes in just now, to encourage im- stand beforo the aroused HICKMAN, - - - KKNTUCKV and tho oditors, should always bo migration. Wo want the colonists, of your homo people? Sup provided with a receipt for paid hack Tiioimr.us. mtend lo capitalists and tho stnrdy Indus- pose you compel the farmers of up subscription to their county WIU.their care. all builnesa entrusted Memphis Appeal: Wo soo no OtTirp Furniture Factory. trious laborer to fill up our sparse- Weakley county to pay 11 tariff, or pupor, nud bo ready to move on a reason why tho Itopubllcan pross nov8J78 ly settled districts nud help tax, 01 bv per cent, on every nrit moments warning. Hero is what of tho North, which is constantly our natural resources, which do of necessity or couvouioiico ho Dr. Tnlmngo says: uttering lies about tlio treatment wo have not tho population or the may desiro to buy outsido the litiv 11. S. MU.RRELL. A good Ihe grandest temlaW't h 1 ' moans of doing ourselves. It its of his county, hoping thereby poral Mealing that it line giren the nud condition of tiogroos fu the Uod ATTORNEY-AT- 'South, should not join in inviting mnttera not where they como from to build up and enrich your homo people of litis ooiinlry. Great libraries (Offlc t M or Cowjlll'i Iirug htere,) or of what nationlity thoy aro. anil manufacturers, now make few intelligent men aud women, but iiiem 10 como to mo jxortueni We'll muko good Kcntuckinns would tho coniumen at your coun- newspapers lift the nations into sunlight. Cnunnn. HICK )l AN, AT. MIT For Port Kyes, no howercr out of tlietu in a few years, and ty like it! Your homo merchants Theie is douoman, injunllce, poor, if he has been an COWQILL'S EY2 SALVE. Tub West Virginia GubernatoWill practlca in all tie Court of th add millions to tho riches of the und umnufucturcrs micht fatten get hiinelf net right by tho that cannot rial Count Committoo hns newspapers. completFirst Jiidiolal Iililrlct. and thrive on such u policy for a 1 hate beud betrayed by about orery ntass ed its old Commonwealth. "For Neuralgia nnd Itlietimatiam, work und ndjonrnod. Judge fin ar 181 a newswniie, uecauso it would iorco of ineu in tiie world but nevei-'hCOWQILL'S WEASEL OIL. Fleming, the Democratic candiand I thero is a Gov. Ajieo of Massachusetts is money in their pockets that now paper man, uhroad bellose newspapers spirit date, was sustained In his claim In to that at tho head of the movement put goes to Nashvillo, Union City nnd of fnlrnes.ito bq found the 19" For Pilei, Is hardly anywhere else. election by n plurality of 211. on foot by New Kuglnnd iron and oilier places, but tho consumers, COWGILL'3 PILE OINTMENT stool manufacturers to induce con- tho great.imijoiity of your pooplo, Tho Original Wins. Gov. Kowlkr refuses to "view onto's toi,oin:i votk. C. V, Slmmoni. St. I.ouli, l'rop'' gress to provide for tho freo ad- would then soo plainly thnt they with alarm," tho negro oxotlus l&r for Tetter nml itlneworm, 7T. A. Simmon Llvrr M Jiclnt, Ktt'J were being robbed by huoIi law mission of coal nntl a reduced Moro than ordinary intorest lias from North Carolina. f On tho COWQILL'S TETTEI. OINTMENT. !,t?j ,n, "" u. " MrtAte 1, ll.cilln, I'rop'r A,1 Mm mom Liv on pig iron. Ho clalmes that to onrich tho favored inorchnnt obviously been nronsod in repub- contrary, ho favors tho migration by W'fulator, fc3 'M. A. S. L. Kit'd ban Zttlintj (8. and manufacturer of Drosdon. lican nud democratic political cir- of 50,000 por year until the VST For Worma, ho is a protectionist, but thnt ho M. lor ytarl ontiro Cured iNDIOItTI'lN. UlUIOHNtH, and his copotitioiicrs can not keep And, hi time, somo of your manu- cles by tho movement originated 000,000 uro gone. Worm Syrup Ho thinks Cowgill'o Ploacant YIrrIA,ICK IIEAIIACIIK.I.UtT thoir business going unices those facturers would see thnt whilst by tho colored voters of rocontly Northorn whites wonld como lu i Aititite, Sour hliiMACM, Utc. " "eaina, 1'aitor M. K. ."c,'. SATISFACTION OUA1UNTHK1) OH concessions aro granted. Why thoy enjoyed a monopoly their to organlzo an indepoudont politi- nnd tuko their placos. Tetin., "I 'h ilc,' Adaim,nave ief nnriteil dui TUB MON BY JlBt'USVBD. uciu AM"..or "uut(i should theso men bo more favorod field would bo so restricted that cal party. This is holioved will your utnulue M. A. Nlm than tho balance of cilizoiisT Or, their interests would cry out not bo practically accomplished at tho Kmjbon Hatfiuld, at n.uni t.ivcr Aieaicinti. I have For Sale by the Proprietor, f0!"'"'""! hxl to aulHtlinte for freo trade but froe-ct rutin convention ns tlio Chicago Tribune puts It: Ky., who confossed to specially called for iun(tuir'lnr your Mrdl lltomnMl cine, but It don't nmwcr the "floy. Aiuet rcalea ahovela. Tin. Ir.mlnra W. tho miudor of tho girl Alfnro Mc- J, W, COWGILL, Druggist, .if ..VI livery and a larger Held. Wo thuiilc tho Hint purpose, IWI.l.V.iJ jiurpotc." llepulilkiin for calling up this happy this movement declaro that they Coy, lust Now Vcnr's night, iu laborer umjIur that imp) mem ha to I Lnroci c Ilr. I. II n.- - ttji.a. ri .lr. lllcltmnti, Ky. 'l'.'..jafl 88 .T.l4ij. .... chase It bitiwelf, H Aji, Ihe Manufac- liguro lot- illustrating tariff pro- nro determined to securo n irai-j".- " Mit,l.l. Logan county, this Stnto, has ond. ''""''.""bettor turer, i entitled, m wo think by ril.t lie tection, for if it will Mkllcine, and have uml hl(ut lu FA-TIIthis il- nud fairer recognition iu tho dis- od in a verdict nf murder in tho koop A.. A.. ought lo be, tu purch.uu futl and iron in It worVidle a cltaim. I warn no first degree nftor tho jury had bittrr I.lver ItreuUlor and cer bc cheapest iiiurkui, w Jont'ii, tba l.iljrr, lustration fairly and conspicuous-l- tribution of tho political patron-agPHYSICAN AND SURGEON laiwy nu mule iu Zuliii'a inutuia before its readers thoro will not llit) l)ni-lminutes. Ho of tho state than has boon ac- boon out fntty-onouht to li nf ihv vnrlil'i KKNTUCKV bo a corporal's guard of Republi- corded to representatives of tho wns fiontenced by tho Judgo to HICKMAN, intrkct In the (.iirehbue at tb tout hi Professional Service to lie galai fait biy't breii h hi dy' Jr f"f "'JTai n VAlMrV can voters left in Weakley county colored incoin Ohio during tho lio hanged, Tuesday December 3 Ihe cttiicDS of Hickman aud vicinity UiU.'" lu. 1392. past four years. next. ml(V80 111? THE HICKMAN COURIER. 50,000 for Iitltiii County xr.w coNsriruTio.v. AgPiirlr Tluit Will Conbliin ill JIAUUISON'M ALABAMA Vi.. tiii: WAV tiii: .iioMiv :. (mrlrr-ljiit- New Book Store'P- II,h P- BIGr 1 1? sufll-clou- jusl trliirne.1 from the murkft, and CAYCK, KENTUCKY, Ol'HN'LNU Is now Wall, Ul' u u XjiUVTES I Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes, Ami, in l.CKtala-count- y I - HO T E?L (I'ownih oojt.nnitci.i f.ic, u full line of NHW GOODS in every iliMmrlmciit, nt.il Prii't'i tluit Defy Competition. He Invites nn lnpecttou lie gunr- of liix Htock before iiurchit.Miig elsewhere, niitees witisfactloti in (iunlity nnd 1'rice. CALL AND SEE HIM ! s o ti KEXjI -A-BIjE . B. 1. BElfABi, A. nwtikt 11 1 . e rsg DOUGLASS i ML 111 SAM'L BROS ISBELL, slock of tlie very best makcB of all klmU of Jinnlwnro Has a wltieli are olllred nt UiM? l'JClK, nntl mat mo very lowcai tno iiinrKei r,.,,r,.arntn.l. IWtJwrantCCajliC llflM. .,., - -- " BOOFINQ A SPECIALTY. 'f)jf 1 M-S- 9 Faiiis Parker, I(M9Fr JK.1&JD BAST SICSII&H f COMPAHT. Bl JNO. W. MORRIS SON, Prop's, or- - MANUi'ArrmtnitK OOK3ST " , I Fine Buggy Spokes MEAL. Agents for Morris Machine &T WILI.OIM-N'I- ) Works-Engi- nes ! i o and Boilers. ntiRlO-ly law-tanke- 11 d MKAIi KVUIIV SATUI5DAY. DAMAGE, HERTWECK. BALTZER MAM'I'ACTUIU'.UH CO CO & CO. CO 01' Til U CiU.KHUATi:i 11 ira tK --3 tU W Q 111 rt CO CQ J w w w a him HICKMA1T WAGOIT, 11 1111 itimg-luntio- n - v u GROCERIES Family !!, I1T under-time- HICZMAI7! tFe" OLD E LI A BL E f i Oil AS. A. UOLCOillBE, ii:ai.i:ii DIESTELBRINK. DKU(I., MBDIGIn'fiS, I'AIKTS aped-fu- d ill DMWS, rOMPOUNDKD.tW & uon-resido- IUUBSCPTini'S f'AUKFULLY J. F. GRAY'S, T-- T, Swayae &, Oo, DEAL BUS IN s WIhM-- .M !. ! - I DItUGS, Mr.DICINKH, HOOKS, STATION KUY, nnd School Supidiei.. A. F. OLIVER, SUNOBIra, rAI.NTS.OHJJ, and I.IQL'OHS, or :U.IW1 i.. b, d AOK.NTni'ou tiii: HTKC'IAIrY. j "XPi Domestic Sewing Machine . I'KIMCKIITIOaiS j A LaprS-188- w 1 JrWbk lit 8 s tT FURNITURE, FURNITURE. J TEPHE.NS DEALERS & IN mYLER, Goods, icjwruoicv. l5 mnin-spric- g Ken-tuck- y intolll-gouc- o Furniture and Undertaker's HICKMAN. p i mei-ounut- s What to Buy? IAW, l.'p-ti- of IMtiln, Medium nnd Fino Fiirntliiro at greally pricra. Wo carry full Hue, at nil IIiupk, of ClfAlllS, R0CKRK8, TAI1LES, IWRKAV8, WASIISTANDS, WARDROIiRS CUAMDRR SRTS. MATTRRSSRS, SPRINGS, Jr., AndweKuaranleeourprlcrtoucll.elnwet fllvoiif trial and l.o conylnred. con.po-tlllo- n GOODS We are on UNDRUTAKKR'S In thla line. We carry n large lino of Wooden ami Molftlllc Uttrial Cnnea. ItiT Repairing anil .lob Work n acclally. WKreduced AnROFFKIUNn all gradea lietdiurlf y TEAT FIGHT 9B IHSJ' JCV. 13AHT IIIOICSIArC, tar-if- 11 Jno. Pipo-Fitting- WB Morris & PROPBIBTOBS. Co., ii Piko-vlll- r ", - I - y o DE. ::'' Doch nil kliulH of Mnclilno Work. Uopalrliifj lono with Noiitnosa I diving His guarantee nil toe do to give tutinuctlon, anil Dospiituh. locatotl with now tools, nml tho hoHt MacliinistH lit tho West, wo Holiolt n shnro of your triulo. Piping, Brass Goods. &c. constantly on hand. Wo aro nf,'ontH for Haw Mills, KhrIiioh nml Hollors, Iron Fouoing, OornlHli Work, Oylimlcr Htavo-HawaiitiiRlo ami Iloatllng Haws, I'ltinpH of nil kinilM, &p. S BOILBK WORK AND a. 1'iln ly llll-STI- NIi tWAVB SAWS i u where-wli- b w : :au Onioo tioar N. ft (j, Dopot, Cor. 7th ami Mon cow A vonno. cj ar jil :k, rR"? "r - ,: ." i 2iwii' f' .. lumHwui" ,ew ,aui4a ... . . . t t .. CJ m' p a frp&gpf'T niiiiiii in 2811 Mtjttu 1 itj n jgrjjjwtB)c.iiJtiiiiwwi iP, i' pr That r-i-fs- THE is, w in which wo are Sure lv IS ON! t t our 7?yl 33i g with competitors, Winners, and our WAR on High Prices, which will bo 'foughj; to the hitter death! w l rSSt. UP3tjfc;.. i ai? 'A9 Tho Largoot nnd Bout ElO30fc.e Ssl , feu t pall f (Joods Our JB9L ;..-y."rTi.Jj fa i lyk, It is S,i 5omir0 J)B5i are iKeSfeElf ii.,. afcjjgjgl. MSbS - t t ir), and in such quantities that wo would have to buy the Couiumi to enumerate them. The Leading Jeweler! ge BURLINGAME, itook of A JDVr.MI.K i;vri:HTAI1KhT. IKi.r lli bil.tz;:e:r& OUR no trouble to show goods, and wc will feel proud to have yon call and see PROSPERITY, llii kman Courl'r.J iiiiitfVj'ti1'flB' "" Spectacles, Musical Clocks, . Jewelry, mMmtMSM (Instruments - TO LE FOUND IN THE CITY. () L Mr. Duo A in bore, of reliable firm of J. Amlri llie C3ri-v- o Om Him. jrtr. -- Trictl ! ADYSBTISINO RATES. Olv.Cfillliet" " . tln..tjt,lli TrUM J !larttip, Kflf mill II l 'IiiiIiih uf oilMlit lll hIim, halt rla )ar Jf r . ., tl""" fr IJ li. drll Mlnourl hi nut Iter. A J imdi,- tltUri1llMg m(Imii rut, 4JUIvltl Subcal lltaa, of Cotumbui. Kjr., In the mliionrj '! lll t rli!(oJ ri. ! ItllrtlUt Of ft mUr; of $1,000 prr ;er (llHlKAlU, tMlull'. fitlil (III - kr4 rr ! lb rl f n. tnc, Ilro lr l koI man nJ k, ImI iHIUr tirmr ilk flil lr ftrni liuMltr. Cburlealon L'ulerprlie. .MIil .tlU. Vt itokUl (inltlii, liMlb VfSIIKWl, II r.t l '"I" l'l tr(r cllle buying full nn caoili. Till! iHiiii I" known OooU lltfuUlor of Weilarn K nl well ilturrvci tin rcuillloa. HI Tlio Itnptint Assoclntloii of mm. j,i:.vii;it b. Shaw, ir HAS IIECKIVM) A 1110 MTIX'K The "Boap llulilile" pnrty, k'Uen by Miuee Mabel anil liable 1'reneh, nt llirlr lioiue, Uil Friday afternoon, vrea a nodal veent of tbe firit iii,niiuU-- , retlpilnx nnjr rnlerlMliinient etijojreJ by llie j.iicillln of lliekinnn. Tbe Blleinoou wen apenl In blowing aoap hiilblea, ami oilier gamee. of Kleuaul refreabnifuU weru eerecil, nflrr which each Kiinl wi prncnleJ vrllh the mmcnceuicnt of work ou tho arlUllcally beaulirul while clay ree from Ilicktnau to Tipton-He- , deeoraleJ wilb pink or blue r!Mon. uel in good faith, by Novctnbar in hlowlnc btibblee. Tboee preetnl were" Fnctn writo plnluly autl inilel TTtlils year, nnd its eutiro com Virginia Iratlier, Jlmrole l'nr-ke- r, blv, nml nowspancrs can only aid Mleaei It Dellow, ley Jlryani, Kalle Han- In arutlcring nml di8aemlnatiDg.Rer( wituin tho next yeartnere ,Tll,8 comi).,ny s cotiflilout dle, Leone Fuqua, I'uuline I'rolber, JIar Alwood, Alice C'owKll, Klella U'Daiilrl, ' or but candidly stnto tlmt llotilloiiB booms, but such. th0,r(jncc'C88 i8 doiicntlont upon l.vulae HoRrrt, Hvrilin Caaaelty, J.lnJa ii, llunulker. Jelc later, Jrnnlo Mct'ulchen, cases they are short- - .red, cpp.ml(li,lonnl ,ntu, BI,br5criptloi. In I.yilia (loalilcr, Fay unj Nina C.knn, I,l. tlvo,ainl usnn ly react with aadti0 to tho rallrondadviiiitnge Han and Virpinl.i I.tilen. Julia I'awcll, The , n,ckrnB11 this lovco will re- forco upon the luvontors. Orace Aylor, OU llrnwu. Mallle and draco rendoTS of tlio Coukikb will not dlaim over liOO.000 acres of over Helm, Annlo Oiilleu anil Irene Farla. M.a.ra. IVInanl I'rathrr, Thoa French, nccuso this jiapor of tho latter flowed Mississippi bottom lauds, flrorxe Millet, Freeman ami Tlioniaa Una. fault, tho rather It is guilty of be-i- n sis rich lands ns can be found in aelly, Than ItoRere, Luniford O'llanlel, tr too prosaic, too staid, too lit- tho world, nnd which, when reThee. l.:iudercUle. Iliieli M I'rallier, Alii tlo givon to sousational boomlngs claimed, s of it will bo Farla, Ji and Drew I.ulen, Alllaoa Tyler, t'llde auJ Hob (Joalder, Henry and Vielor And It may bo snid, with truth, tiaturuny tributnry to Hickman, tho cntiro older citizenship win t.mn riM. Amberiti Icoo dinilli, Plndley Handle, that tlio old Jolinoie llaiklna, Nick and Tom ilolsumbe. of Fulton eounty. nnd of tho town thousands of tho very best farm- Hickman on the Rising Tide, pl, And the County Ful ton on the Boom. ."trumentnt survey iiutde, and have Bccured n largo niiioutit of land subscription, havo secured the , larger part of tho nml their agontB arc now in tho Meld, daily, at work, sccurinir nil- Iditional and closing up deeds for the rlght-of- ay. Tlielr contrnct calls for n right-of-waya sha fc iisi: "W. FIZIEj. 3 I IF E I3STSTJR,.A.3SrOESI &m!& Hi H KfWiM CZfejHHHNLHtJPkNr Am 7.7 """:' P H tjyngMWaggWpiM two-third- ,, ,.. 0 0 t4 ijig- " i""5?5!,5 w - $220,000,000 ASSETS! HICKMAN, MAY BE TOO :a y INSURE TO - DAY; LATE J .11 33 I It JI3f4 33 IV TM OVBlk, 3? "S1 W mi a KKNTUCK1'. rl GROCERIES. 0" Look at This! If at mil llr.J. nt "UIMrl, ! Ultrr If IH If yn aiit le l HBalMltlat If nl UIIU( If .. ! IWII If ! If Klarl( If (!tl MtliMtHrcnUrts f JOB mlNTINO In f't. If ji.m lofi ri1IWM.. 4. mI ! Mll'A'l l t.lllnf at ll. ! -raw If If If yrtH waul twtf wahl ;.ykH rUr, Khimuiv, Tlio Blgnnl Horvlco iircilicts no mo roucli wcutlior for thin nml L'Otli between tlio iiiHt. If tho protllctions nro truu wo might an well prcimro for otio ec-tlo'tli GUNS, AMMUNITION, HUNTING OUTFITS, 11 Hli. ilu( lil. mf, Courier Job Oflicc. S. K. DAVIDSON, r j! tr4. llllll", T(, of tho worst ntorms. A hcnutifiil stock of Itibbous, which wim, iir MH.11 at hi Kt.ncc i.it 'iiiru nrniiKU tio-i- .o IiiieeH ami Mowers, together with TIMN IS ANV I'l.AI'K THIS MDK THK I.AUUEII Cliililren'H Ilciulwcur, at Upl'Jfl 31 KH. .JONES' ITIIfS. r 'i i .rwi 'vi TH. - t- - (Offio OTr Cnnlir DruK Bluff,) llhlmiim. lltMkl Kt'iilnruy. LOCAL NEWS. 11w TI-.- U alaa 7ha'll -II.' Tka Tfca - mli II ill. Il R( r .f kaiaaaltrt ! Ok. (!), I,, l(illj , IH I .l kl Ta, la. la latali laai II I AWt, I GlIALLGNQKUi COMI'KTITION Tho Couitir.u In Kind to sco sn much titiatotd rnlerprlM ul actltilr i acU-l. 0U lilt pari of tin bunof I lualilfralnl A Woiniaii'ai fllarutrrj. turn of llielman. (looli of nil kin l are Anolber wonderful diaeorery liaa been Jalljr, uJ all belnj made and tbal too by a lady In tliU county. lilg Mil tf'Ie Iliseaao fastened ita rlutrliea upon her and til uiiil lo llit tlmpa Tho rnllronil biiilj,'oarross tho for itren yeara alie wlth'tood ita rvvor'nt ta, but Trnnnitt ! Itftii eiiiitli'tiinal 41 an ob and deathkrr vital iirgan. wure undermined tintiiiuenl. For three an'tne-tjr llie (iotttn. alruelion tu iticvwcanlly and could couln-mini iiitliira, auJ llila week the rallroaj muulba ahe She of II a bottle of aleep. ttifiutrr bute been boring tbe banki at not King' Ni-- DiMiivery for Coneuiup that place (or founJallua la bullJ sew l)r tlon and waa as ncli tcfieTcd on taking bllJje, I lirat dvm- - lliat alie lfpt all ulxM ami will) yield of Obloil Tho wheat bollle liu Uhu mlraculoualy cured crea.ea wilb each year, a l.iro atioaio I' Her name i. Mr" Lulliir Lull " 'I'luu lhau ercr before "ill be ahown Ibia fall, write W. 0. Ilanirhk k Co , of Blielbjr, N. anJ If there la a faeoraUc wheat aeaaan j 0 . (let a Do trial bottle at J. W. Cowgill' next year UMon ll t produce the larteu tt it K Slot, a Obion j amount of wheat eeer recorded I I'eiuosrat. Thoro is not n piirtnnor in tho A rcttbai h,. not "l.icd J;"Tho St. Louis Kepublic says: 3 "" "' "The nlenilon of the Ohio and Mi..llp. I pi lo Tadueah, Ky.ia wriiunder way,am! The Teachers Association of the work ie beinx rapidly puttied." All Fulton Co, will meet at Simmon' Nihool ofulileliiaa little loo prrrlo 11, but it ' l0uae, MilunUr. tlepl. 'Jlct, and will bo will all come around In Hie cry abort i cfIoii Ihrmibout the lay. All frlendt I'aducali ctaudard. auVaequenlly, of eJuctioo wit recclro a hearty welcome. reiltJ lbalnof ti-- nl;lion tiltt 111 1 -- ,;"' ' ' All Tkraafb lliaa ka4 af II A Jr Ual lima l llata, ll IUrll I ha . Jf ll al aljll. laarahol'l I'm al4 l.l af beautiful l rl.wt IU 1 1 l( .1- -1. -lir.dvrlgnr.l, ,ommcnslng bujlneas land and work In Hickman, only aekii a abare u( trade, to a number of baud al good wage. K,., propotlnc to do a ttjure, elralgbt liuU Tho pcoplo of Hickman will neta, gltlng at far aa poatlble value reNow Is tho time to plant yourl ierv aoon hate reaaon to feel proud, their- ceived In each and eveiy Iraoaaellon, and fall adtertlaemente, ao that lb barreal haud'ome college building la comdealing in no aenaaliona. A full aupply will be large. plellon. Tbl i one of the Uncut atruo- - 0f i.'nm(y Orocerlc kept, and aaM at a ! L..t..ALH and it alan.la . ew prlcea a any. L. D. Trent i t inm of tho lurra In Weit I). D. BRYANT. jul.6 colored mall ajtenl on lln MUilailppI prominently upon the H'aV at lllckmao Columbui Forum. an honor lu Ik town. rleer run from Calm lo tllmot. I lovely lino of lints and always on hand nt Mrs. J ones. A aiutka mid haiidlo factory, willahorlly li In epraliun at May field,. ,'iu,n A lion-net- s I rk, limner, heietoiore tiwlraa In llila lecllon are being eul and rteepl for brvutht In lo the epnke factory of J . M"",i f.""' of "','' gltlng a i;n'il mid seo our large and stock of Ladies anil (tents solid Cnld and Silver Watches. Wo will not bo under-sold- . HUCK UKOS. Largo fliantilies of hickory C01110 Tho Hardwcll medical rpringa Houtlt of lb ' caarr, aeeuia lo bo altractine more allien-- 1 limi than It waa firal thought it would at tract, l'eoiiltf from all parts of the coun- Iry.are .Sailing the nenly diicovercd re- - Star Bays: Tho recently juat connly line, lu lenn. . ni, '' '' No Sensation. T!- - 100 to pay the expend of appropriated delegate: to the Waterways tVnrenlloa al Clnetnnali, nnd now certain lax payer are to aue out a writ of Injunction to pro lb meiiilng l.ll.t. .1... Irnm n.lln. a!.! an. main in .ecMlou Hire iUy "-- ", " r " Now York papers contain : a eipec.e.i , .. ,. ,i ...- -. . tnn..ui,i ..u, i",ul1 iu in1"!1'n elmllar wcao In ' llick- Tho ...c In proprUllon In oewa of VO r cent. rl , Aprcnu .uitalned the ever held In the etartllut: rlng of knight (e price of diamond.. Ok, what a calamity Hringyour Wntches, Clocks, complainlni 10 the people o( Fulton county I Jowolry, &c, that wpctl romiriiig, , j.,77,,7,,,,,; Vr Tho fair nt Union City will oc- to Hob Huck, opposite Mit Shaw's I . Suit, DniggM, I.tiu-- . Ind., 3, , and 6; tbe fair at Pyere-burcur October Hit- rvconinicnd the grocory, at iiiick uros', ami no tcatlfiral ''I canbeat remedy. hlcctne botOctober 15, 10, 17, IS. and Every lera aa the very will repair them ns n flrst-clasfair nt 1'aducah, October 9, 10, and 11. CITY GOVERNMENT tle will i;h given relief in every cae. npUO workman should. Ono man took aix bottle, nnd waa cured of in n limitod sonso, catching tlio is, Uuok Ilros Is tho placo to havo of 10 yeara'atanillng." Abra-haNoxtycar taxes in fliokuinu Hheumatiim druzctat, Ilcllvlllc, Ohio, nf- spirit of progross, and needs only your eyes tested nnd Jilted to tho will be reduced about llaro. Thi d n fow moro touches nud n littlo nuglO , best Pebblo Olnssos. vcatlge of tb oil . f50,000 llrmai "The bent mdllng mcdloino 1 have year the .. .1 .... u III vn.a m' aVIt..!,.. la. ..,. moro onoourngomout, to mako it Olirlstlau rallroaJ u.ol wl" rri.A Voiiiin-ifoti' Pi xocrv iwui .....al..a.ll.i.t Tkcusand; of otliera . " tiiarcli to tbo mueio of our roal lux) wliteb will leave only me oiia Assccialluti will bM a .Carries of Hong liroSDeots. Tho building of tbo Thla la a goui allow- liito added their tcstlrsoay, co that thu meeting al the Melhodlal church, SunJay bond outtlamling. verdict la unanimous that l.leclrlo Hitter now college, tho opouing up of liulled, ing conaldering aome of t tie aplendid evening al 3 o'olock. eineula, and will rejoice the heart of do cure nil dlacaaca of the Liver, Kidneya Moscow Avenue, tho loveo iu or Mood. Only .1 half dollar a bottle at all tbe Tho candidate's for comity West Hickuinn, general street J. W.Cowglll'aDnigSloro. In many of tbe countlea In the Stat office work, nml tho consideration of nn Tho slutlBtics show that tlio announcing llicmaetTee, and olberwlae, nre ontorpriso looking to n waterItlocfliiK. gelling ready for the canraaa ueil aprlng Mlaalialppl rlter Iraffie la only you tell an ra lhau It waa In 1851. If works syBtoin, nil nro indications will Hon. A. I). Kingman, It. It. Walker, Our inercliants nro ovldonlly old river merchant or trnJer thla atlie your that our" city dads" nro somowhnt Dick Tyler, U Doimldaon, M A. Low, J, indignant and mated niillolpallng a good full nml winter trade, become miiokcning to tho pulso of tbo but yet It la n fuel. Theae I). Aruetl, K. S llradford, II, M. Tllman Judging from lliclr happy look and III Ignorance, aa futuro. large amount of goods I hoy are bring-in- j; men forget that a bargo now carrlca and and otliera will address the pcuptoof Dyer, Lake and Obion Countlea In Tcnnotce, Of conrso thoro nre, nnd always nmcli freight aa tho ateamcr of 1831, ou. nml Fullon County, Kentucky, on tbo very when yon aee a venel with 8 or 10 barge i havo boon, nnd always will bo, 10 important (ideations of aid to and tho buildTho farmers aro .unking good paia Hickman, It I tho aame aa 8 or Iiava n a nlamtrli aha nut v, no uiautiuu.u, ing of the Miaiisalppl river Lovco, nt tlio nee of the ara.oii made by the late ralu aleaincrii paaalng In 1851. following liinea ami place.' for breaking up tlielr a lib Ie ground, aa SOME DOUBTERS, company of Michigan mill Wheeling. Saturday hviiipmher I lib, A Urge portion of it will boaonu ai;ln somo men who will continually Moslcr'a School Home Moud.iy Sept. 10, eanllallala are count rucllni.' a alandard tbia fall. Hickman Ky , Wednesday Sept. I81I1. guago railroad, aleel rIU, from llibbard, predict that this and thnt novcr A now and largo lot of Spoo-tnolo- s ou ilia Cotton llelt, lo tho Mound geltle-mon- l, i will Sasafrae Hldge School Homo, Ky., Fribo, &c, &o. So tlioso snmo 7 mile South. The firm own fi.000 day September 5!0lb. just rccei vod at Uuoic Uuoa. men tnlkcd about tho college, nud Cronanatlllo Tcnn., Monday Sepl. 2.t. nuglG acre of land in a body, and dllTerent froo. Spectacle cases about tho river improvements, and Hlda-lc- r Tonn., Wodneaday Sept. '25. other Iracte. Tliey propose erecting a:w about any nnd every enterprise, Micrntorv birds nro said to bo mill, furiillure faclorr. tic. Thla exlen- - riptonvllloTenn., Friday 8ept'J7. for n Ion will bring tho Cotton llelt within 0 Already leaving northern latitude Come one and nil nnd hetr all iiieHllon but nmoug tho brightest prospocts milder climate In lb Uoutli. Tula la ru or 8 milea of Hickman. They make the connected with nnd bearing upon thla of our futuro is tlio fact that theso gnrded at an ludicatiou o( an early ocn announcement of extending the rend great enlerprlso fully, plaluly and frankly croakers nro getting to bo tlio to lha rlvor at lllckmnn, which will give diacuaied. winter. minority, nnd tlio majority nro no long ueoded oonuectlon with llio CotIbe Mr. Clioss Smith, of Bmltli. ton Belt. longor controlled by tholr croak-lugs- . llni'Ulrii'M A rn I en Nilei. nnd Klllaon & Co., I vlalling HI. Tho truo grounds of sua- Thk Hkst Stl.VB In tho world for Puis, other elllee, buying fall and winter good. I -! Drill koh, Sores, Ulcers, Sail Klicnm. Fecr ou8 in mntoriai ami iniMiuvaa hi- He In on of tbe beat buyer in Boiithcrn Soies, Teller, Clnp'd Hands, Ulillbluln, nndntHiokinnnntrnns-MiBsissipp- i fairs, ns woll ns in roligions nud Kentucky. Conn, and nil Skin Kniptioni, and It intersection with tlio Cotton Holt. splritunl, is FAITH. Faith will no pay required. cure.? 1'ilri, or Ilonry R. Thompson tholinnd- Faith on the HI! AWN M. perfect Httwfncllon. through Missouri, Arknnsns anil romovo mountains. Ugii'imnleed to tome editor of tbo t'aducali Nawi waa mara' or money refunded, l'rlco M cent" er Texas. What n snlondid groat, part of n fow pooplo nt Hickman ried Wclneiday to Ml" Ulanch 1uftwlch I Hie only Houao In Illckniau that keep box. For sale by J. w, rirgili, imig-gis- t. Nortli and South lino It will be. will not furnish n million dollars nf Memphis. The Coubick citondi hearty n lull line or congratulation. Tho manngoinont declare its build-lug- , to build n railroad, but faith on tho IJUOOY IIAHKKSS, within tho timo namod, n cer- part of n fow who own tho milThe com orop this year prom- 'n Knlgbta of rylbl, wilt try In to many waya that It wll la found uet week, a gol plan lo lake foal care lo Iraprora jnnual eeion at Owen.boro,and will re commencing TuetUy, 17lh, them. Good roads improve tho coun- Tho Grand Lodge of "l Kon-luok- Tho city council of L'ndncnh .. -- - p-- "",'"" tax-pay- g, Ij T( t. s -- . lt.. one-lhlr- 1 "n i" i"v ",;"' 111 1 ,.,., .- one-four- Itnllrunil 11 11 having in of Ladies Dress Goods, Gouts' Furnishing Goods, &o-- than ho desires to car-rover, from nnd nfter this date, ho will Roll anything in IiIb Hue nt Bpoeial bargain figures. It would It. cn This popular sehool will open Septem- bo too tedious to ouumornto tho ber 2d; Miss It. Adello Allen, principal specially reduced prices on encli I of Literary Department; Mias Knuna all to iu charge of Musical Department. article, but ho asks ono and 10 weeks each Charges call nnd oxnmlno goods, nnd ho Two terms of to end of term, that WAGON IIAI.X1.SS. time of A small boy who wns very lions will. Correspondingly faith from Information entrancerates or special ar- guarantees to nniiio piicos inter-oB- t ou record tainty. as to Tor much afraid of thunder alorma, one night will provo it to bo to your nnd SADDLKKY. ises to bo the honvest the groutost tho work nnd rangements, apply to "ml. 'Flin MlHRnnrl. Tennosseo iu homo will furnish when praying at hU ruollier'a knee, and Lust yoar's yield wns to buy from him. Work and prlcea guarauteod. Will give Id: H.ADELLB ALLEN, fearing an approaolilng etorru, and Georgia Knllrond nml Lovoo money townrd locnl enterprises, '' Goi.ni'A'Hir.- a'J.'lUf this up to that timo, bolng about any market, lu Hickman-- Ky'.julyl9-2ionly plain rain tbl time, a good Bargain "Vleaae aend aotnal, in- - and tbeso local enterprises reach company linvo had an bushulri. giod-i- , rtdiMw liu ef if ltwllldoju.laiw.il." Saddlery and Harness! of Hickman in particular, havo been given over to matter-of-fac- t ideas slaid, rolinblo nnd trust worthy, but in no sense emotional, or Biiscoptiuio to new metuotis ot business booming. Hut, iu tho faco of this matter-of-fapopulation, our county of Fulton, tho richest in soil and prettiest iu tho State, has gono right on nnd on in prosperity, moro than doubling its wealth nnd population siiico tho wnr. This is n fact known to all. It is n fact, nlso, that tho tido of prosperity sot in in tlio upper part of tho county, chiefly incited by tho building of tho Illinois Central railroad, nnd Unit it has gradually extended down through the county to Hickman, nnd that iu prices of lauds, improvement in farms, &c, it is felt all over the county. Tho causes of additional nnd special prosperity iu nnd around Hickman arc sensible, prncticnblo nml real. 1st. The protection of tho rlvor banks from caving is now n For yenrs nml years the contiuuouBnnd over presont threat that tho town k.is falling into tho river deterred investments from abroad and discouraged homo pcoplo. No ono thing hns opornt-emoro to retard local prosperity. Now this danger, ns a matter of truth, is overcome True, some say that tho Government's work hero need to bo proved to bo tested, lint, iu nnswer, it can bo Raid that Bimilur work on the same kind of banks, samo kind of bl nil's, nnd snme river, has bcon successful in holding the banks olsowhore. Somo people who tho greatest danger will not now tako less thuu double for town lots what they would before tho Government commoncod work. Another pointer to Hickman's prosperity i the building of nflno cullego building. It is not to bo built, but is now nenring completion. Our lack of school advantages has always boon n great . This need not bo bo any longor. To bo suro, somo iu their anxiety for its success, nro rendy to predict n failure iu advance, nml others croak it is their unturo to cronk. Hut there nro ton reasons to cause it to bo a. success to ono to nocos-sadlcauso it to bo n failure It ia to the interest of nil for it to be a grand success, mid its failure will bouofit no one. Tho wholo community is ready to back it with a united putronngo, and will do it unless seisms uro created. True, oulv so many teachers can bo om- nlovoil, nnd tho oiunloymont of somo and tho rofiiRnl to employ othors, will crcnto differences, nnd these differences may bo iundo tho cniiRo of dividing tho school nml interests, but, nfter all, tlioso difforoncos will bo shortlived if tho collogo mnuagomont and teaching piovo to pobbcss su perior udvuutngos; nnd ot courso this will dopond upon tho selection of tenohers. This is tho ono point of dnugor, whilst nil nud every othor points to success. And as n succobb it will add very grontly to our locnl prosperity. Thoro is not n town for sovornl hundred miles around that hns greater or moro real prospects for additional rnilronds than lias inch: mnn. Lot not tho Courier bo i.itnit.ulmifil nml linnrtt.cin tv A O ..w illDiwiuuinvuim, uuluudu opposoti to Bousattous or nuroni booms, nud only rofer to prospoct-Ivroads, and tho renl, inattor-of- fact causes upon which such pros poets nro bnsod. 1st. Thoro is tho Paducnh, Hickmnn & Soutborn road, tho contract for tho building of whioh has boon lot, nnd notuul work on the llrst threo mllos out from Paducnh nctunlly commoncod. This rond is to bo complotcd by January, 1891. At Piulucnh It is to bo a continuation. of tho Ohio & Mis.i. r t. VIIIU, H1NH1I1III NVHLUIU I1UIL11U1 11IU ril.ln ct cor-tnint- d their families. 3rd. Tho extension of tho Illinois Central railroad from Cnlro via Hickuinn to Memphis, is re garded by leading men of tho Illinois Central management ns not only probnb.o but a certainty within the next year or bo possibly next year. Tho company has ennsed tin expensive instrumental surrey of tho lino to bo made, and tho Directory was only from its building by a bare majority of tho stockholders, and that for tho year 1889. Lending men of tho company assert that tho extension is nn absolute necessity to tho Illinois Central, and oxpress tho opinion that it ill bo built next year. 4th. Tho connection of tho N. C. & St. Louis nt Hickman with tbo Iron Mountain, to St. Louis, lias been ono of tho probabilities of tho futuro for many years, and ii Btill n probability, but hns boon deferred so long that it maketh tho heart sick to oven considor it. None tho less, It is our object to But down tho real facts of tho railroad prospects ns to Hickmnu. Tho preliminary surveys havo been mado looking to this connection, tho Nashvillo Chat. & St. Louis being ready to mako it any time, nud their former correspond-oncwith Mr. Gould loaves it nu open question, with Gould's declaration in favor of it, mid bis promiso to make it. ers with over-ruled OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, 9i n I . out, tempt nnd interest othors, & This much, in n general way, th Uoukiku says, not desiring to o cite undue exnectntions, tor w simply submit facts that nil our citizens know nro fncts, nud they can como to their own conclusions. It may bo that nil tbeso railroad companies aro making all tbeso surveys, spending largo Bums of money just for buucoinbo, or just for fun, nnd menu nothing whatever, but tho Coubieu dooB not ngreo to such ideas. It believes now, ns it hns believed for yoarc, that Hickmnn and Fulton county hns n good nnd prosperous futuro. A TRIBUTB AKTIIUR OF. Two etptrata School, under on maDagtmrat. Engllih, Cl.wlcal and Scientific Coanei. Vocal and iDttrnmcDtal Mo.Ie. Exponace lower than any other .eboot of like high grade within our knowltdga th rear opcci Sept. 3rd, 1WV. For catalogue aJJrcn lira. S. T. U ALL, rrcaldent, OHBEN VILLE. ET ' AND COLLEGE FOR YOUNG MEN. MDnniiinmii w Mi (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) , RESPECT. HICKMAN, - . & KENTUCKY? e CJENEIUL OUTLOOK. ox-pre- With tho prospect for tho threo new railroads on this sido nf the river, giving ns four, and of two on tho Missouri side; with our river harbor improvemonts actually under headway, and tho Gov- dmw-baok- clt-izon- s, o y ernment of tho United States II. s. .IIUBBKLL, pledged to Its completion; with n Com. A. A. Uwis, new college, promising to becqunl J. E. FUIJL'A. to tlio best, is it any wonder Hint somo citizens of Hickman should feel buoyant nud hopeful as to our future; nud, upon the contrary, is it not wonderful thnt nil and every body nro not enthused and carried ON SATURDAY. SEPT. 21al, 1880,1 J mile miles West of Cayce, and nwny with tho prospect! State road, on the Kuy Hut It Is not the unturo of these North of will offer for Sale, to the Noonan highest place, I people, with our staid and steady and best biddor, on credit of VI months, habits, to cuthusolike our kindred with note and good security for all sum in the West, or in moro Southern over $5.00, (sums under $3.00 cash), tbe towns. Wo nro unacnuaintcd with following described properly the new methods of booming 7 Work Mulos, 4 Milch Oowo, 30 Head of Hogs, 1 Maro and Colt, towns and property, wboro they 2 Mowers, 1 Hoy Boko, 1 watergo into tho woods, build lilndor. 1 Wheat Drill. 1 works, stroot railways, electric Log Waflron comploto, 3 Rood Wagons, and a lights, &c, upon the faith that pooplo will como to tlioso advan- FULLLINEFARMINGIMPLEMENTS tages and facilities, but wo profor such as 1M.OWS, HARROWS, &o. Alao, tho slower, moro plodding but safo MASALOM TRACTION methods of our fathers, waiting ENGINE, with Separator, Cook- Wagou and l'onv Saw Mill, for tho pcoplo to como nml cronto all complete. the necessity for auclr things. Our with new STORK, out nnd out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hit's JUST OPKKED, reasonable. l'atronage solicited. friend and brother pupil of the Southern Methndlat Episcopal Sunday School, hna paxaed from earth to the Great Devon I carried away just at he was euterlug upon tbe threshold or iiuoyant, nopclol ruaniioou. inereiore, JleiolreJ, Thai, without reserve, we, tbo U. R. L. ALEXANDER Ca th UUCHANAN, J'rett. C. BALTZER, F. Prett. member of tbia School, gladly lesilfy lo bia worth, noblliljr, apotleaaebaracler and conduct, from a youth of 12 year to the time be waa called from us, a period of about eeven year, during which time he waa more than usually prompt In his attendance, kind and obedient in big con duct, and generous and noble in his association. liciolvtJ, That we extend lo the family of our lamented Urother our heart-fe- lt aympatby, and point them to lite Great Teacher, who alone can bind thu bruised bearl. Itttolcit, That these resolutions be Being regularly organised and ready for busineaa, we respectfully solicit the patronaga of all. All colllcctlong made for depositors free of chaige. Approved spread upon a page, memorial, or our paper running three or four mouths, discounted at tho journal, and a copy be nent lo the parent rate of per cent. jer annum. of our Urother, run! same be published iu the Ubrlallan Advocate, or Nashville, Tenn.. and In the county papers. Aucuit27lli. J. TAYLOR died Tuesday, 18S0. Wiii:ea, Our young KINGMAN BOMAR. HICKHJLH CAPITAL, HHHIIAN, KY. S50,00& 4 i '' DIUBOTOIIS.' II. BUCHANAN. J. H. M. ALEXANDER: C. BALTZEK. J. M. RKED. W.COW01I.L, W. 0. JOHNSON J. V ALEXANDER. Public Sale! M V J I 33 Jg-- - (dorier j V U NX I j A W dr 1 Ten-lior- Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared execute foh Work with neatness1 . 6 J. w 3IAYFIi:i.I. .S1IOU.S! sepH-l- pat-ronag- o NlIOKStt just rocolvod it largo stock of JIons, Ladies, Boys nnd Children's Shoes, which nro or excellent make and material, nnd which I nm ottering for Bale nt prices lower Minn such quality of goods has ever before been sold on tho Hickmnn market. Give me a trial chanco. n23-tf S. Goi.Di'AKii hns Bill Hqads, Letter Heads, I and despatch. ..JtL, j w , t-- II ll IllirafMajjiaMMkafc ...n "in. . - i.m, i. imii.ii ,i. il.iuMatf.. Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Ball Tickets, Business Cards'; S. Goldfarb. I Q1 . south-we- o acres In cotton thla of Hickman, reasonably to responsible E. aug30-4- r jW) 60 Farm lor Rent ackks of first-claswell-improve- s Cotton t and Corn land year. Six miles Ky. Will rent parlies. Address LINDEN, Hickman, Ky. Miss M. R. Bright and Cumberland Streets, formerly occupied by Mr. Cbas. Clark, Pupils charged from entrance to end of quarter of eight weeks. Prices f2. 00, nug2 tf $3 00 an J $1.00 per month. Will on MONDAY, Sept, 2nd, 189. open a School in the house on the corner Wabash &c, &c. Nlvi:ClAIi ltAKAIXS. Fresh. Groceries'. v CEXTT.a.A.Xi MR. S. Goldfarii, stock a larger amount i po.l-livel- y ACADEMY, Tbo undersigned having purchased the grocery slock of V, E. Case, v. Ill continue business at the old stand, nnd propose U sell m good goods, and al as low prices at ony, Will appreciate your trade. D 1). BRYANT. uly5 " ATTENTIONjJEVERYBODYI Having bought out the Clark Bakery a"- Grocery, I will be pleased lo see all my old friends and oustomer. DValHIl Itl'OlHl, CnlCtlHT tSZOt . jVIm-iV- h Hew-II- I S3T Delivery llr'ejd Wagen will ii IXuiitl t vu. 2,000-000,00- , 11a tf - 4 (MMMWi .,M ujj- - - - rtj ? .,.- - k A FARMER'S ARGUMENT, LOOKING UPWARD. Philanthropy said to the North: "Pay something great for tho world's blesstlonce with domnnds ufcod In tho down a certain amount ot money for tho ing and not for tho world's damage Is What lie Hut to gar A bm tha Jnlqaltlca fashion which Tijinur lllppnnt-l- What Man Can I.eurn lir Ocinleiiiplnllnu purchase of tho staves! ad let all thoo going to happen. 1 think tho world has of tho High Tariff. adopts Tho war clised In 1805. y the Vt.imlrra if Ilia Sky, We Are Nearer Togethor Than Ever, born after a certain time bo born free." had If, hard enough. Knough, the LonParmer Sninlloy, of Caledonia, It might roasonaby bo jupposed thai Unites nro constructed so ns to look And Coming Closer. Asiatic chol- Minn, writes In a rccont lettor'to Philanthropy at the samo tlmo said to don plagues, Knough, the the ovory really morltomks claim for down. Kvon thoso earthly creatures tho South: "You sell thoslavesand get era. Knough, tho wars. Kuottgh, thn Now York Kvonlng Post as pension was adJudleaW, within four that havo wings whon they rlso from follows: rilptnmalle Skill Inlnc Away With Unman rid of this great nntlontl contest and shipwrecks. Knough, the conflagrations. 8m: IJotsoy un' I hev been to town years thereafter. In ley) tho total tho cnrlh still look down, and tho eaglo trouble." Tho North replied: "I won't I think our world could stand rlghtwcll llatehery 1illlle;nesi anil lti Klco- Mlstor Editor, t' got n. load of number of pensioners was198,CSfi, and searches for mica In tho grass and tho pay a cenU" Tho Sooth replied: "i a procession of prosperities nnd triIlia Hash Welding; tha TCorl- dblndln' twlno for my harvest and tho annual disbursement h their raven for carcasses In the field Men Talmaga's Mermen. won't sell." War! rl A million umphs, lletter bo on tho lookout. Hotwns somo 28,000,(Xb. In 1888, ntono Is mado to look up. To Induce dead men nnd a National debt which ter base your obervitorles open toward sugar forhor prcsarvln', an', ns Smnn that's our oldest girl that's to hum notwithstanding tho castnltlos oc- htm to look up (Sod makes tho sky n Iler. T. Do Witt Talmago, I). !)., was might havo ground this Nation to thn heavens and tho lenses of your Is goln' to bo mnrrled this fall after curring during twenty yitr, deaths, plcturo gallery, n Dusscldorf, n l.ouvie, mo't powerful telescopes well polished, welcomed homo to tho llrooklyn Talier-naol- e powder. Why did wo not lot AWlMam II. Sew- lletter hito nil jour Leyden jar.s ready liuskln tho old liuly Insists on tho rcmarrlnges, tho attainnbnt of ma- n Luxembourg, n Vatican, that eclipses last Sunday by an overflowing eon- Kregatlnn. At tho opening of thonorvico ard, of Now York, and Alexander II. for somo now pulsation of mighty houso boln' palntod ng'ln, an' so 1 jority by minor chlldrel, etc., tho all that German or Trench or Italian Stephens, of Georgia, go out and spend Influence, lletter hat n new fonts of bought n lot o' jinlnt; tho gracious number of penslonors lncloased from art ovor accomplished. the hymn beginning: Hut God has Welrome, sweet day of rest a few days under the trees on tho banks tyjie In your printing olllces to set up knows, I don't seo how wo can afford 200.000, In round numbors.to 450,000, fulled so far to attract tbo attention of tha LorU arise, That somo astounding good news, lletter it Whllo iu town, our editor he's and tho iliibtir,pmenl4 fnlr. t'.'8,000,-00- 0 most of us by tho scenery of tho sky of the Potoniae and talk the matter o or 's Was sung with fine oltect. Dr. and settle It, ns sottlo they could, havo somo now banner that has notnr tnrlfT Tho arl nrs act of Wo go Into raptures over flowers In the to $.10,000,000. subject was: "The Sunrise," rather than tho North payItIn cost of war been carried, ready for sudden proces- - a sight reformer, an' has got me to be moro ot ono than 1 was when 1879, with Its monstrous Invitations to soil, but havo llttlo or no appreciation and his text: "Tho day Is at hand." $4,700,000,000 and the South pay 1 t,50,- - slons. Hotter hato the bells In your a I quit tho fnct'ry down In Connecticut perjury, is responsible for tils colossal of the "morning glories" that bloom on Roman's xlll., 15. Ho Mid: 000,000, the destroying angel leaxlngtho i church towers well hung, and rope with-firnn' camo West to farmin' ho glvo mo Increase. Mr. Tanner, ho great tho wall of the sky at sunrise, or tho Hack from tho mountains and tho hiar-lorn dead in so many houses all tho In reach that you may ring out tho a copy of your pnper, an' I have been surplus destroyer, now pnpotos to dahlias In thu clouds nt sunset Wo nro and tho springs, and thn farmay from tho Penobscot to tho Ala- - rlage of tho King's Son. Cleanse all house, your cheeks bronzed and your bama? Yo aged men. whose sons fell your tor mo .inugooi an readln' slnco 1 got hum thoso letto-- s ask for fJO.OOO.OOO moro;' that Is. In ccstnclos ovor a Gobelin lajmstry, or spirits lighted, I hall you homo again in tho strife, do you not think that tho earth may nppcar. Let nil your from farmers from ovory whore. It's moro than ns much again ul was paid a bridal ell of rnro fabric, or a snowe. with tho words of (lehatl to tho halls bo gilded, for tho great pow'ful rcfrcsliln', ns passon says, to In 18C9. Thoro Is a screw I4090 bank of exquisite cur 0, but see not at would bate been belter? Oh, yes! we j "Is It well with thee?" Is it han eomo to believe, I think. In this may bo about to como. l)rlo seo how many othor farmers all over The union ot the ellm agent, all, or seo without emotion, tho bridal well with thy husband? Is It woll with country, that arbitration Is better than off tho thrones ot despotism all tho oc- this blglnnd o' ourn Is gottln' thetfact tho demngoguo und tho melconnry Is vnils of mist that tho face of tbo CnU-klllthy child?" On somo faces I seo tho battle. cupants, for tho King of lleaten and Into their hends that down under all too much for tho Integrity ot tho or thu swaying upholstery around marks of recent grief, but all along the I may b mlstakon, but I bono that earth may bo about to reign. Tho dark- these things that troublous farmers so, Treasury. tho couch ot tho dying dny, or the snowtrack of tears I seo tho story Of resur- the last war between ness ot tho night Is blooming nnd white- as tho enuso of thorn all, lies that'd'od-rottc- d Mr. Tanner fanclos ho has nt his banks of vapor piled up in tho heavens rection and reunion when all tears aro Is ended. Harbarians Christian nations ning into thn lilies ot morning cloud, (scuso tho cussln' but I'mtgot-tln- 1 back tho ontlro Grand Army, but If Wo hnto only to lift our chin threo or may nilv their done; tho deep plowing of tho keel, fol- war and tho lilies reddening into the roses ot paint, hurl rand) pcrtoctod tariff. We've been this woro so it would furnbdi no four Inches and open tho two telescopes, lowed by tho flash of tho phosphorcs-ene- c poisoned and Afghan and Zulu whether allowln' that tho roason why we had arrows, but I think Christian stronger day fit garlands for a wholesale raid upon tho which under tho forehead aro put on whlto or red, for llimnn whoso head aro nations havo gradually learned that so llttlo monoy In our pockets when National resources. Open tho door ns snivels easily turned upward, and seo Now that I hase asked you In regard war I many crowns "Thn day Is at hand!" disaster to victor.as well as to your welfare, you naturally ask how I Ono moro ray of tho dawn I seo In evory thin' was paid for was becnuso Tannor would open It and no limit thnt tho clouds aro not merely uninterand that almost any thing by tho railroads robbed us, an' because whatever can bo put on t am. Very well, thank you. Whether blood Is bought at too dear a price. 1 facts chronological and mathematical. Uio Government didn't print money rapacity. Instead of $,10,000,000 the esting signs of wot or dry weather, but It was tho bracing air of the Colorado wish to liod this nation might bo a Come, now, do not let us do another that they aro embroidered canopies of mountains 13,000 feet aboro tho level of model' ot willingness for arbitration. stroke ot work until wo havo settled ono enough, an' becnuso tho clnrator men domand beforo tho closo of tho liar shndo; thnt they are tho conservatories or the tonic atmosphere of tho No need ot killing the sea, rlson Administration would bo for of tho iky; that they aro thrones of Indian. No matter. What U going to bo tho final beat us on grndos and wolght. an' Pacific coast, .or a bath In the surf of need of sacrificing another lira.to.0cn-.- . issue, ot Jhls, great contest between sin lomo ono they call "lllg.Fy '. twlco that sum, und this, coupled with pomp; that they aro crystalllno bowers; any more Is tho Which Is" going to uown to onccawgo seat moni resuy the othor rco oxponditiiro contem- that they nro paintings in water colors; .'. lxmjt Island beach, or whethnr H mo andTlgbteousnoss? rrai lusters. Joyof standing In this great group of red man, and thero will bo no moro ar- provo himself tho stronger, God or dressed to our cities, nn' all tnat An' plated, would compel a grievous thnt they nro tho angols of tho mist; d frionds, or whether It Is rows Is this world going to bo nil wo'vu boon runnin' tho Legislatures, of taxation. Chicago Times. shot out from thn reservation. A thnt they aro great rnthedrats ot light anew appreciation of goodness of flod, General of garden or aM desert? Now let us lm nn' passln' all sorts of lairs that seas' with broad for nngelio foot to I can not tell. I simply know I am high repute thff I'nttcd ntatesrarmy In that matter settled. o throughout this land, and CURRENT COMMENTS. feller that wanted to go to the wnlk through nnd bow nt altars ot am-bgrandly and gloriously and Inexpressibly If wo believe Isaiah nnd I'zeklel and In moro Indian been said would juit fix tho thing all nnd nlnluistnr; that they nro thn happy. It was said that John MolTatt, who, perhaps, has Under tho Iusoy decision somo than any who has Ilosca, and Mlcih, nnd Malachl, and right. An' so fur from gcttln' better, the dow; the great Methodist preacher, occasion- wars wounded othor ortker, andin John and Peter and Paul and Christ, wo ' for ns I can seo, it's getting vorso ono should proposo a revolutionary mothers ofascending that they nro ladhero a?ain and again behalf and descending ally got fast in his sermon, and to that it i going to 1ms .ill garden. You soe, us furmors don't spend much pension for tho holrs of Henedlct ders for bellcto glories, Cotopnxts of Wchtng llamu, himself would cry 'iiallelujsh!" of our Government in battle against tho Hut let us havo it settled. Let us know Indians told mo that all tho wars that Tho Arnold, if thoro nro any. Albany! Nlngnras of color, that thoy aro tho tlmo clpherin' on such mnttors. I am In no such predicament but lad whothcr wo aro working on toward n I am full of tho same, rhapsodic ejacu whiteoter oeriirrcd between Indians and success, or toward a dead failure. If war, with its big prices, sent us along Argus.Observing men had been provoked by white ' pcoplo nro remarking masterpieces of thol.ord God Almighty lation. Starting out this morning on n men, and boomln', an' slnco tho bottom T. Do Witt Talmago, In N. Y. UIh that thero was no exception to there Is a child In your house sick, and a President Harrison has yet to tnko that new ecclesiastical year, I want to giro server. tho rule. Y lillo wo are arbitrating w ith you are sure ho Is going to get well, you dropped out wo vo hnd just nil we tho first stop in tho direction of you tho key noto of my next tnclvo sympathlzn with present pains but all could do to keep our heads out ot us O ANAN A" CU LTUR E. tho rnfnrm of tho civil scrvlco. months' ministry. I want to set It to Christian nitlons let in toward barba- tho foreboding is gone. If you aro in a wntor. an' while wn felt that wniio a manner rians carry oursehes Ciovelnnd Plain Dealer. tho tuno of Antloch, Ariel and Coronacyclone olt tho Plorida coast, and the thin' was out o' kilter, wo couldn't How tha Delleluus t mil I. rrna;atel of contest. tion. Home time ago wo had a new stop Tho race between Tanner and hi Hi West Indies. captain assures you that tho vessel Is spend tlmo to study it out for our1 Inherit a largo estate, and thowators jmt In this organ- - a new trumpet atop The cdiblo bannna. It Is sntd, is nUuch and the winds aro changing for a selves. It as clear as day to roe, Hussoy as to which shall outdo tho and I want to put a now trumpet stop aro rich with fish, and the moods are better quarter, and ho is suro ho will nn' I jedgo Ii s from tho lettors that It Is othor In wnstlng public money Is ono known to soed only in ono mnll pol songful with birds, and my into my sermons. How-ovaro silken nnd golden. Iloro is my sis- bring you safe Into harbor, you patiently getting ti heap clearer to lots of olheri, ot the most disgraceful spcotaclos over on earth, the Andaman Islands. In all our Christian work you and I this may bo. It It universally ter's grac. Out yonder, under tho largo submit to present distress with the that wo won't get any help that will witnessed In our Government N. Y. want moro of tho element of gladness. grown from suckers. Itscultlxntlon in An Invader thought of 'Safe arrival. Now I want to do us any lastln' good until we enn Stnr. That man has no right to say that Christ tree, my father died. on comes and proposes to drlvo mo off and know whether we are coming Tho high tariff gluts tho rhomo the West Indies has vastly Incrwwod buy just cgsactly as wo soil, under n never laughed. Do you suppose that Ho toward dismay, darkness and dofcat. ranrkoL" nnd. therefore, unloss trusts during the past ftltren years, owing to composition ns wido ns tho world. waa glum at tho wedding in Cnna of take possession of my property. Ho or on toward light nnd blessedtho demands of thu United StafcM for its Hut I didn't start in fur to tell you nro formed profits must dwindle. Galilee? Do you suppose Christ was un- crowds mo back, he crowds mo on, and ness I believe tho lat You and responsive when tho children clambered crowds me Into a closer corner, and still ter, nnd. If so, c cry year wo spend is what you know a sight better than 1 Hroathos thero an American voter too cheap, wholesome and luscious fruit. over Ills knee and shoulder at Ills own closer corner, until after a while I say: ono year subtracted from tho world's can tell it, but to toll you about our stupid to understand so plain n mat- About four hundred or fle hundred invitation? Do you supposo that the "Stand back, don't crondlno any more, woe, and otery event that passes, shoppln' trees aro planted to tho nrre, nnd the an' what a dose of ter? Courier-Journaevangollst meant nothing when ho said or I'll strike. What right havo you to whether bright or dark, brings us one this portcctivo I got. I s poso Wo learn from our esteemed plantations aro called "banana-walks- .' drive me off my premises? of Christ: "Ho rejoiced Inspirit?" Do como hero and otent nearer a happy consummation, and you'vo hcarn toll of tho twine trust, Philadelphia contemporary, tho Phila- Informer days any nvallablo spot was you believe that tho divine Christ who I got this farm from my father, nnd ho by all that Is Inexorable In chronology hevn't you, Mr. Kdltor? Well, tbo delphia Times, chosen, usually nn nbnndonded enne-flolthat Cheap John pours all tho water over tho rocks at got it from his father. What rlghthato and mathematics I commend you to good dlfforcnco 'twlxt you where tbo ground was most easily "is much Improved by his an' mo Is that Vernal Tails, Yosemlte, does not believe you to como here and molest me?" You cheer and courage. Hut exe-rienc- e If thero is any In trip." Thero is nobody that stands in propared for tbo new crop. In tho sparklo and gallop and tumultuous blandly ay; "Oh, I know moro than thing In arithmetic. It you subtract two l'vo hcarn of It and folt It felt It nnd competition hivo brought N. Y. and rushing raptures of human life? you do. I bolong to a hlghor civiliza- from Ave and leave three, then by every my pocket, sir an' that's beln' tcched greater ncod of improvement joy about more careful methods of plantcut than you do. that way so often nowadays that It Is Sun. I believe not only that the morning tion. I put my hair shorter a' I could this ground to great deal rolling sun we aro coming on toward ar gettln' mighty sensitive Two years The Republican party has dono ing, and tho best place for a bannnn-wnl- k laughs, and that tho mountains laugh, magnificent terminus. Then every win-toIs now considered a Mil ley or hill- ago I paid fourteen cents a pound for mnnv thtniraurhf oil II ttm 01 m m n n and that tho soas laugh, and that tho better uso than you do." And you passed Is ono severity less for our ' ldo with a western prospect. Tho troo , T i r,H.. cascades laugh, but that Christ laughed. keep crowding mo back and crowding poor world. ...i r Then every summer gone tho best mnnila twine. That was be year, nnd tho fruits tho Moreover, take a laugh and a tear into mo on Into a closer corner and closer by brings us nearer unfading fore they arbor. didn't tho farmors had said thatbeforo quont occasion to oppose It. It wns, culthntlonfirst so small thnt aoxens of until ono day I look U bunch of an alembic, and assay them, and test corner, want free twlno, nnd howover, honest in lis belief, as wo Put your algebra down on top cence. them, and analyzo them, and you will around upon my suffering family, of your Hlble and rejoice. thoso pesky trusts had got to bo such havo beon lionrft In ours. Hut to bananas, delivered nt tho nnd fired by their hardships I often find as much religion in a laugh as If It Is nearer morning at threo o'clock private affairs that what they did place tho naijo of a dishonorably ills-- nMj ha. cost lu owner no moro than In a tear. Deep spiritual joy always hew you In twain. Forthwith all the than it is at two, it it Is nearer morning wasn't nny concern of yours or mlno '" '""' lo ,olu charged soldier noxt to that of a vet-- IourLor "," comes to your funeral to proshows Itself In facial Illumination. John world eran who did his wholo duty, and to " the "Inter months for from twelve euloglum, comes to my execu- at four o'clock than It Is at three, then or tho President's, you know. Wesley said ho was sure of a good re- nounce cents, nnu in sno spring tion to anathematize me. You aro tho wo aro nearer tho dawn of the world's I paid eighteen cents a pound for just support him for llfo In eplto of his w ligious Impression being produced rsne! samo kind of twine. I saw a lottor crlmo that Is nn aot on which a dlf- - month f.ir frtiir nr flvn tlir.as Iichold the deliverance. Gel's clock seems to go of what bo calls tho greatlaughter hero, I am tho culprit. and tho very slowly, but the pendulum swings from tll0 8ecroUiry of this trust In forenco of opinion would Room to bo Thero nro ris'ns alloadlo U"ii..r,." Cultibe saw among tho people. Godless mer- I nlted Mates Government nanus move, anu it will yet vation, howovor, for tho thlotlsh neand hch ho tM that ,t,o raw material impossible. N. Y. Ilorald riment is blasphemy anywhere, but ex- North American Indian. The red man .trll.the noon. Tho sun and the moon L , groes oftrn seriously decrease tho value w u raw mBtcr,3, pression of Christian joy is appropriate has stood moro wrongs than I would or stood still once; they will never stand Having', by moans of his puppet crop, nnd It may bo enllroly swopt you. Wo would have struck sooner, -- .111 s doal that convention, Wo", on everywhere. -- .. r .,.,.11 nominated hirnsolf for of a deeper. That which is right in defense of tho twlno trust Jest lifted Governor, Mahono now proposes to away In n single hour by n hurricane. Moreover, tho outlook of tho world you bollovo arithmetic as well as J01lr' "ttlo rise As soon as the bananas begin to cast a o my nockot slick an' clean, elect himself by npcnlln ought to stir us to gladness. Astrono- - I of a llrooklyn home or a New York jitDie. rou xnusc dcjwto wo aro nearer i " w to tho mors recently alarmed many peopln by Ilomo ls r,S,,: m aeienso or a homo on the dawn. 'Tho Uy M at taml." Then, only last year, whon Betsy prejudices of tho negroos, nnd by uslnij shade, youtg cocoa plants nro set out ci telling tliera that thero is danger In '"'' 1" vuu iw-wanted to put up hor presarves, we the Government patronngo. This is between thorn, aa this trco needs prostellar collision. Wo basn been told this dwindled race dies completely out got fourteen pounds ot sugar for $1. Mahonclsm and tho "Old Dominion" tection from tho sun in its youth; nnd ABOUT ILLUSIONS. through tho papers by these astrono- I wish that this generation might by when tho bananas cevso to bo profitThis year tho sugar trust run It mers that thero are worlds coming scry common justico atone for tho Inhumanniitorr rrortt That Sometimes It It up or down uo wo get havo pounds Is threatened now with n domination able, which Is at the end of threo or nlno to Kntertsln Th.m. such as It has never beforo known. four years, almond trees or other fruit-tree- s ity of its predecessors In tho day of ffe'l near together, and that wo shall havo The world Is positive In Its ojln!on. tor fl. Tlml mitdo jest twenty-fiv- e It has been chastised with whips, .but plagues and wars and tumults and per- God's judgment I would rather thero bo aro often set In their place, whllo When ninety. nlns pertoas out of a hundred pounds less sugar for a Mod 00 thanaswlndling should Mahono provall It will bo haps tho world's destruction. Do not a JtH-that certain ambitions in a neighbor bill, you ee, Bnd at Inst year's prices chastised with scorpions. Tho white a now "walk" is laid out elson her. bo scared. If you hao over stood at a United States officer on an Indian reser- are out of tsy do not hstltats to Iloston Uudget. railroad center, where ten or twenty or vation. One man was a barbarian and cbaracterlte those ambltlone as lllmloni, that ls $1.78 moro than I have peoplo of tho Stato will seo to it thnt s thirty railroad tracks cross each othor, a savage, and never prctonded to bo any and there are those who believe that any "trusted." Then, on tho paint an' no such disaster falls upon thorn. A Decidedly Ambiguous Term. and seen that by tho movement of tho thing but a barbarian and a taage. seeming mliconceptlon which brightens life olt, ili near as I can ilggor It out, the Chicago Ilorald. "K vary body" is a terra that often with brilliant promlies should be num. whlto-lca- d switch ono or two inches the train shoots Tho other man pretended to bo a trust and tho Hnoed-ol- l Ilut tho bonovolont Hussoy has ot a Christian nation. Not mtrlly swept away. this way or that, without colliding, then trust borrowed a couplo dollars more not yet reachod tho limit of hit phil- means a very smnll portion of tho Such moralists urgo tbat-- no matter how community. It Is a convcnlonl tonn you may understand how fifty worlds withstanding all this, tho general dist to bo paid back to mo in a home anthropy. Wo would & nerson. ono hennletsrirloomror uncont-enif- tl may como within an Inchot disaster, and gust with war and tho substitution of Wo may'be-t- he market, posserbly. ItnllmakosJ.8 moro problem for hU consideration. for Indicating that portion of tho com- naked cr what they mind of tho that inch bo as good as a million miles diplomatic skill for tho glittering odgo Judge to be the truth, tra'A be sought, taken jost for nothln'. tnunlty which Is In should Why make sorvlco In tho nrmy during apenkor as ho uses It. thoWhen he nays can shoot tho of keen steel ls a sign unmlstakablo without regard to consequences. They adIf s human switch-lende- r rNow, let's seo what that means from tho war a necessary that "tho day Is at hand." prejedont to get- that ovoxy body does this or that, lie trains this way and that without harm, vise thereprresloa ot eaoh Inspiriting, I find another ray ot tho dawn in tho with which would prove superior my point. My cows avorago rno a pound ting a pension? Wo know of many means that this or that ls tho rulo in can not the Hand that for thousands ot shilbold men, mighty haters of tho robs, years has upheld tho universe keep our compression of tho world's distances to the limitations of the.preseut, and would of buttor a day. an' I'm gcttln' a his own little circlo or set. A Philadeltha future with brilliant colora They ling a pound for L It will tako ono cow who express as much scorn and conalmost Imposllttlo world out of harm's way? Chris- What a slow, snail-like- , recently called attention to - to eurn what thee blnk that the youth In the morning ot life soyonty-olgdaystempt for Stonownll Jackson and Ico phia editor whllo thoso perons who tian geologists tell us tbs.t this world sible thing would hao been tho world's houlil tombat the high hopes and generous was millions of years in building. Well, rectification with 1,400,000,090 of popu- atplrnllons which lead him to encircle his trusts took out of mo, to say nothln' as though theso soldiers woro not tho fact that aro nway from tho city In mldsummor now, Idonot think that flod would tako lation, and no facile means ot communi- manhood with fond possibilities of the of tho feed and work; nr they've emn doud -- men, In nhort, w"ho would sureare accustomed to say that "every body millions of years to build a houso which cation; but now, through telegraphy for greatest nnd taken a nd ly havo carried a munkot If thoy had was to last only 0,000 years. Thero ls tho eye and telephonic intimacy for tho In short, there are ptulosopnors who con- - pound pig oui of my peu, vi' ttsy ts attained suftlnlnnt years when the war Is away jutt now," it ls still a patent nothing in tho world or outside thn ear, and through fitcasr.bcatir.g and rail- dems si! dcrfrcs which encourage men aad j took an acra of good corn, or they've broke out. Why punish them for the faet that nt least eleven hundred thouworld, terrestrial or astronomical, to ex- roading, tho'JS.OOO miles ot tho world's women to oxortlon to obtain ohjects a; takon all tho profit thero U In nn aero mlstnko of their parents In bringing sand persons out of iwolva hundred cite dismay. I wish that somo stout circumff renco aro shriveled up into in- parently Deyonu Uielr pivsant norlron. of ray winter wheat, lenvln' mo tho them Into tho world too lato? Kansas thousand nro still In tho city, at tliolr Had the innkeeper's son, ilurit, never Gospel breczo might scatter all tho ma-i- significant brevity. Hong Kong is nearer business, day by day. There aro very paid. Now, when this sort his ,f ItWtiinn fvfludllig. Tim Blili to .cw York than a few years ago Now fortune on his hlstirln journey winkMar. cost about goln' on all round tho ring, City News. few'thlngs dono by ovory body, whether a t a he would nevor bave'becorne ot thing is rose this morning at about 5:30, and I Haven was; Bombay, Moscow, Madras thai ot France, King ot Maples anJ tl10 ilium Inilii,' fco good or bad. And tho la It any wonder thnt all farmers feel Dangers of the Trust Principle. think Jhst ls just about thn hour in thn Melbourne within speaking distance. fore most cavalry leader of the world at a poorest oxcuso In tho world for doing that somothtn' ls hurtln' them mighty world's history. 'Tho day Is at hand." Purchaso a telegraphlo chart, and by the time when military prowess ranked equal of competition, nny thing good or bad Is tho claim Tho suppression bud, and that some of us, who can see Tho first ray ot the dawn 1 sen in tho bluo lines see the telegraphs ot the land, to civil genius mad? Thcr which Is tho certain work o( tho trust thnt every body docs it-- S. S. TIrr.os. Had the young Lieutenant ot artillery, what 1 Is, got so gradual substitution ot diplomatic skill and by the red lines tho cables under the a was a fuller onct down In your city prlnclplo, not only oppresses tho confor human butchery. Within tho last ocean. You seo what opportunity this ls Bonaparte, been guided by the When Fishor, tho oboo plnycr. who philosophy, he never would who Jmpordontly asked folks: "What sumer, it paralyzes all offort. What twenty-fivyears thero have been In- going togho for tho final movements ot for oddity, played quarters of Europe brought to when Its effect upon tho groat mnss of working- wan roraarknblo ternational differences which would Christianity. A fortress may be months haveprinciples of three thn enlightened liberty em aro you goln' to do about It?" at tho grant concorts given fifty will bo can bo scon only whon too -men have brought a ho"k of arms in any crjearsln bulldlnir, but after its conthey hinted thnt ho was In tb Cods Nsuolaon." Had tho ago at tha Itottinda in Ibirlin, n other day, but which were peacefully struction itmay do all Its work in twenty werrlor, Andrew Jsckson, placed lilt much, an tho trusts arc stickin1 their tho trust becomes common, Including )cars all forms of industry. Then the trusts noble lord who had boeu viiritpliirutl adjusted, tho pen taking tho place of minutes. Christianity has boon plant- plucky hopes as low u bis unpromising thumb In their s and cockln' tho suord. That Alabama question in ing its batteries for nineteen centurios, tnvlrinment, be never would have placed their eyes at us an' nskln' us tho samo ..ro likely to be tho masters of their with tbo tnlunl ho dlsplayod cnino to Vim, nftor having cotnplim.'nU-- l lilin, III name In thn fnreimt (Ilea ot Ml any other ago of tho world would have and may go on in tbo work through Woll, Twcod found hii employers as thoroughly as they are qiDstlou. sup caused war between the l'nlted States other conturies; but whon thoso batter- country. Had tlie- - but any readrr el answer, nnd thoy'U find theirs. of their customers. Tho first week jrnvo him 0 pressing invitation lo ad-- H. Y. history can multiply such instances. with him tho follow lug ot unlit;;, and England. How was It settled? Uj ies aro thoroughly planted, thoso savo that tho sugar trust went into operaLedger. Moantlmo wo can enly growl nnd aro fully built, tbny may all do off the Narross, or off the tion it fixed not only tho prion of its ding: "You'll bring jour oboo with a llttlo hnrdor. Mersey? lly the Gulf AUf-aot the their work In Tha THE LOOICAL 03JECTOR. own refined sugars but It fixed tho you?'' Fishor, who was a llttlo netocean crossed by a gulf stream of human world sometimes derides the church for prlco of tho raw sugar which urrl'U tled nt that sort of invitation, bnstily TV to Take TANNEFPSESTI MATES. iM99T-sJNthe pathway of Nations in- - slowness of movement In science any A Wli. I'erion tho Knows ilow c pl.a.ura. "My lord, my obt'e never a In port from abroad. It said to the replied! carnadlned? No. A few wlso men go quicker? Did it not tako fvloiiun !,G.YJ Did the Tender ever happen to ttv In Kalra Tl.at Would CoassUJa consignees of llio Hi at aliipiuad of raw suns." Into i, quiet room at Uunotu, talk Ibu years to find cut so sinplr. a thing as tho zarae house with the Jeglesl obj.etor? lrlt.ua Increasn of Taxation. ,! price matter over, and tolegraph to Washing- tho circulation of the human blood? He la a very wlsq person, ls the logical Tannor, tho Ponslon Commissioner, u Ki' that arrived. "Soil at cur camo; THE MARKET si It back from whenco it HI ton and to London. "All settled. Peace With tho earth and tho sly full of elecncsltlons aro unanswerable!. has a fut.il facility In tho uso of ills or tako trust, nro tho only buyers In Is one ot the seven men spoken of by wc, tho Peace. Kngland pays to tho l'nlted tricity, science took 5,800 years beforo lie CIOCIS.sati, Sept IX reason. And, tongue. Ho can not brldlo that .unruly U t 01 States the amount awarded pays really It even euc,!,ed that thero was any Solomon who can render Isa usually a good member. It attacks both frlond and tho mnrkot." Tho result wns tho a tl tlliS Choleo tiulchert.. what la more, bis reason got the sugar at its own price. I1CKIH Common .. . moro than she ought to havo paid." Hut practical uso that might bo made of (ft 3 one. Notwithstanding all this tho specta foo. Now ho Is In n quarrel with, a trust still, all that Alabama broil is settled (Jnodpackrrs I '" ........ 4 ft HO this subtlo and mighty olemont. tor, in making bis way through the world. Domocratlo editor, who rotorts Tins Is but a taste of tho fruits likely SI!F.KI'-(lothat to bo roapodin ovory trado or Industry I.AMIKS-Gc- o.l to rholce.... , , I 01 (II V) nettled forovcr. Arbitration instead of When posgood men Is careful to keep as clear as possible ot tako oil to choice, ......... i it o ho must himself follow tho advice ho battle. lT. session of thoso scientific forces, and all this wise person. Tho loglcsl objector ls ...310 4011'. whore tho trust principle, fully car3 red .. .. M (ft So, tho quarrel of eight or nlno years thoso ngeneles of Invention, I do not never weary. Ho is ready for you at every has given his staff, and novor lllrt with . .... ?1 ',0 U . NaSreit. Again ried out, puts nn ond to ull competiago about tho Canadian fisheries In any know that tho redemption of tbo world turn. You propose, It may be. to set ont a a fool nor fight with a cripple. Corn-S mlird, , . n 3I' tions, for thnt Is the first arul surest Oats No. 'J mlxed. other age would havo caused war HUfi VI will bo moro than tho work of half a violet root In a certain spot Ha will bring hols ongiigod In controversy with a thing it does. It ls n monopoly that Itje-N- o. a , SI ? (ft tho L'nlted States and Kngland. day. Do wo not read tho Queen's speoch up at least half a dosen argnmsnts for a Kopubllcun Congressman, and scorns 13 ui HAY IMme to choice (trial England said: "Pay mo for thn invasion at tho proroguing of Parliament tbo day spot six feet awn). You suggest a morning to think himself rhetorically plctur-csqu- o opprosscs upon nil sides nnd that has TOIlAtCO-Mcilli- im (til ;S leal . ..10 stroll. He will msko It as clear as of disaster and IMS) Hid III flnnil loaf of my Canadian fisheries" Tho l'nlted before in Indon? In saying thnt his Impression of In It all tho cloments rilOVIHIO.Nh-l'orU-Mc- ts., If that bo so, Is It 11 5J that you had better attend to that (til k','1 States said: "I will not pay any thing." any thing marvelous to bollovo that in little matter ot business this mornluir and him ls that It his brains wcro blown ruin to tho country's material pros, Lirrt l'rlmo steam ,, ........ u ID (ftO US 1IUT1 porlty. Philadelphia Telegraph. Woll, tho two nations say: "I guess wo twenty-fou- r dalrr ..... .. IIl (ft Ii You stir through a crnno's bill Into a take the walk in the afternoon. hours a dlvino communicamo(ft Prime lo choice creamery... had belter leavo tho wholo matter to a tion can roach the wholo earth? up the evening lire. He will prove to you squito's oyo tho mosquito would Ai'I'I.KS-l'rl1 i (ft I 00 Supiiertiul nover I'OTATOKS-Ne- w, by all tbo laws of physics that you should per obi.. .. ii ii 1 .'3 Protection Ethically Considered. commission." Tho commission is ap- pose Christ should descend on tho nawink. Tho Congressman proposes to NBW VOI1IC pointed, ond tho commission oxamines tions- many oxpect that Christ will have Inserted the poker at a different Of course, tho effect of protoct'on KLOtm State an.l Western ... 3 3) n loi point Now, the spectator may accept tho inqulro of tho Administration whothor the affair, and the commlslon reports como among tho nations personally No (l irt's Sred.. ... may tho Commissioner U frco to go up and upon tho morals of the protected must wise conclusions of tho objector, or he (ft Kl'i and pay wo ought, pay wo must, pay we suppose that NaireJ morning tho Son resist thorn. Ilut In elthor case his life Is down tho Union making mischief In in tho ond bo vory bad. It lias a Corn No. 3 mixed, new. ii (ft H'4 do. Nota pound of powder burned, not a of God from a hoerlng cloud should made a burden to btiu. Nothing Is mors !M . SI (ft loynl Kopubllcun districts. tendency to mako thorn cowardly, POIIK-N- cw ISO) (M M cartridge bitten off, not 0:10 hurt so mess upon thoso cities Would not depressing than to have the lightest sug(ft 0 15 i magnifying of hlmsolf and and grasping. The fear l.AHU Western steam Tannor' treacherous much as by the scratch of a pin. Arbi- that fact bo known tho world over In gestion confronted by argument and disCIIICAUO. tbn zest out of pleasure. his olllco Is n conspicuous foible. Ho of mooting outsidurs in friendly comtration Instead of battle. So thoSamoan twenty-fou- r hours? Supposo Ho Miould cussion. It takes boiled drinking water or breath- Is but a bureau officer, who has no petition; tho temptation to make poor Fl.OUIt Wisconsin winter., ,. t IS n nn controversy in any other ago would havo present Ills gospel In a few words, say- It it like ft red ing air la filtered through flannel. It (e ii', No. 'I Chicago sprlnj brought Germany and the l'nlted States ing: "I am tho Son ot God; I camo to In like that "don't do tbla" und "don't do moro right to oxplolt himself than nny goods whon poor goods enn bo sold for Corn No, (ft the into bloody collision. Hut all is settled. pardon all your sins and to hoal all your that" which brings such a pathetlo wlstful-nes- s othor of a dozen such officers Ho soos on unjustly high prlco; tho business I'Jl ..11 W (4 i" OatsNo.!! II (til Arbitration instead of buttle. sorrow; to proo that I am a supernatural The Secretary of tho of soUIng ns legitimate prey tho labor l"01tl-l- ess and uncertainty to many a childish only hlmsulf. ... .. C Ul U o o.'S Franco will never ugaln, I think, being, I have just defended from tht face. There are plenty of impalsos In our Interior ls nobody. Tho President is of others 'nnd turning thnt labor to l.AlllJ-.Htr- am IIAf.TIMOIti:. through peccadillo of ambaxsador, bring clouds; do you bellevo Me, and natures which must be crushed poor important only as ho adopts tho Tan- ono's own uses must, sooner or latar, Ff.ourt-rom- iir seo W J ni thlngsl If tbero are uny at all that are In. on a battle with other nations She do you bcllevo Mo now?" tA Wli Idea of poiisVins "Uut, say," ho havo a bad effect on tho individual Corn Mlxrd,,, 0'4fi. 41'J sees that God, in punishment of Sedan, all the telegraph stations of tho carl., nocent and admissible, we bog you, dear ner JI A man !il 'ft oxulalmed to n reporter at Klmira, and tho community at largo. blotted out tho French Lmpiro, and tho would be crowded as nono of thera were objector, let them now and then have tbelr (tl I ' war Christian Union. "wait till you seo my ostlmuto for can not thrlvo nt tha oxpensn of other POIIIC-M- ett ed HI only aspirant for that throne who had any over crowded till Just after a shipquality .... ST. ft I tl noxt yea- -. I am debating whethor men, whothor thoso men nro his near OATTIMJ-Fi- rsl right of expectation dies In a war that wreck. 1 tell you all these things go to It Is quite true that each man is a slaglo my report shall ask for $110,000,000 neighbors or aro living nt tho nntlp-odo- s, 110US t.'i U 0 VUl or being has net oven the dignity show you It Is not among the lmposl. INDIANAPOLIS. and Individual personality) and yet there without bolng hardened in his O HA No t reil What is that blush on the billllesornven the Improbabilities that ore two sides to this one personality which or $110,000,000. Won't thoro bo 71 (s Ti'J II t,5l 31 Oorn Mixed damning all along tho lino when thoso sensibilities and becoming to a cortnln cheek vf Kngland What Is the Christ will conquer the whole earth, and are often In confllit with each other the mm W'i I u side, whkb Paul calls "the flesh," and followN seo un liifiomo of leaf that Kngland would like to tear out do It instauter, when the tlmo comes. extent inhuman. Tho effect of pro30, OiiO, i.oui.svn.i.r. soiretlmea "the csrfial mind," and the 000 asked for?" of her blslorj'.' Thn Zulu war. Down There aro foretokenlngs 1 tection upon tho moinl welfare of the KMlUH-A- No JJ In tho air. which he calls "the spirit" 3 rc.L e 'ii with tho sword and up with the treaty. houKiliIng great Is going to happen. I M,hr side,one What the needs of tho meritorious proteoted Is bad; Its effect upon their What tha tide wants the other , CI Hill Oorn Mltiil Wo In this country might bettor have do not think that Jupiter I going to U VI and what tht man will Ot in hit veto I'll n demand tho generosity ot tho material welfare U uvotUually ruinnsti MlscU.i.t .,,,, settled our sectional dlDlcultles by arbi- run im down, or that tha axU of the practical character depends, en which lICj Nation will accord. Hut there will be, ous. Htinllngich Smith In I'ojnilar fOHK-M.still ul tMit!B1l9mi..iiiiii l 1 ii ,.i tration than by tli thruit ef the iwordi weill W going to VrfiUi but I suits kis llfi.-- U, V Independent as thoro ought lt Vi d4cld4 imftv KeWbC" AJoMthltVi CHRISTIAN VICTORY, HurltiiKli.n It-I- llnutn-Tlirnn- gli ' V t will run in connecilen with tlie Missouri, Kansas A Texas lly. from llaniil. bal, a alceplns ear from Cblcairo to OalvrS' Ion. lex, without change, thus making n new sliort. dally lino between t'lilongo and Hllla, VU Hvott, l'ursons, Dcnlson, l'l. .On and after Aumittli. lu Tust I'ulnla. 1A0. tho .SleeiiersllHllr a,H. y, ho-ha- lf and other jwlnta In Missouri, Kansas, Indian 1 crrllory and Texas. Tho sleeper will lravo LIiIi'bko on tho llnrllnRton's fast tram "i'.U"Bln:43p in ilallv, oonncct with C , II. Q train leaving l'eorla nt 8 SO p. m. dally exu-p-t Hunday, nnd reach Texas point manv hours quicker tbuu nny other routo riiroushtlekstscan bo obtained el Ticset noMbraliilritrgittt II, sis fortl 1'renarrd; only Agents of tho llurllneton route nnd connrcV Apolbeea.iet, Lowell V I ItsKiH A Ins! lino. 1 H Kustis, (len'l Pass, ATlit-- 1 It , V , u, A y 1L it., (,'liicngu. 100 Dosog Ono Dollnr Wcrlb, Wnm, Austin, Houston, (Intvoilnn i llehlnr Often esnste great ajm.r li& lit lnt.ne bloot . Hood's OarsararlllS the great andbarnlna-sMudlseaset. 1 i.urlfltf,eiiresalUlieitraanilaH llionuhlr elean.es. renotstes ami enriches the Moot (lire II a trial. to Afler the rslliiro of three skillful rhTlflns Oiiewr l..T.'f mil rheum, I Ilfle.1 II01 aHarsypa. ! now ii.edfoor awl OI" oiMiiienl. hose, of Innimenl a.l one a.M a hairbotllesof ParsatiariliB awl lh- - bi-- r Is to all a.rrneeseom. "' plet.lreute.1 lie is i...w I. nr sear. " sit montlia efflhtiHl tn 11. SUNIitHnis naliallM,lawell,lasi. Salt Rheum Hood's Sarsaparilla "'' railroads of India," says n wrltor en the orient, "havo almost dono away with listo." Never wind, WJlt until tfcey get to and tbo system will nt cuce bo re establ- ,i 'Tns ished. Ititroduring American sleeping car twrtors JJABWAY'S st sea-aid- e, w court-nouse- somo-whor- I.ait-irlv- s, mated and lively that it did one good to l.iok at bor. Hhe inn all this but alio ls not now Poor soul, the roses hngir no moro In her clieoks, thn furaior luster of her eyes le Blio l is .w Wgone Icokmg rUve of koiii humanity now. hlio lias one of those I Iter Faen Was Her I'urtnnr, Hhe was asprottvns a picture nnd ao II READY RELIEF. CONQUERED ani- THE CHEAT OF MM, exlu.mtl), Iii.Ii.mIIV rellftee Ni.raln. llri.l, llnrkitrhr, I'nln In tha ue-- l nr fliilri, llei.ilt.rhe, TwoHinehe, nr I t ilUt:l I IIISCS. nn. olhrr rlrnul ill. Minall.in, .Neninl-BiA MM riOMS, Alllle.l Itlif IS! I. I. "mlii.au, ni li.tlit, I'nlus In inn ill uflho Hock, etc. CURES ALL SUMMER COMPLAINTS, V -- ex-cu- so -- d, clntm-ngvn- Ii re nv HtKioiirh, ne, wlielosjalem rght, restores llio rosrs and I'.n.ap. Nii... Hour111 III IIIHK.l, I'nlle, lMllln(, llri.rllinrtl. nnd mokes tho woman what alio (hiilr.i. Slurhii., rulxllm Mp.IL. later. the luster once was, brlfhl, well and happy BMlljT, hair ' Ie.inurul lx hnir lorn, ption" Is the . ..... l'recr LI .... .1...i,..l.l. only mllelno titer if u nter. OOe n lmtllrt All l. iul.l. .l.t.l. t iit. lllr oiurii ,ttt f rt'iu the manufacturers, that It will Bvo atislaelKin in every cno, or money wlil.bo refuiidcsl. This Kuarnnteo has been priiled on the bolllo w rnKjr,unJ riereo'a CUllCmU'S IIHI WUMl'U IIVIIKMI, Inscription. ni. "Kn-vorl- to faithfully irrled out for many years, I'or alLfterangemonla of tbo liver, stemaeh and fcowels, tako Dr. I'lcrcea relicts. One a ABWAY'S - ! I)la-bolu- - warm-hearte- al-l- cs I.ogls-Intur- or to corn-field- Aa eirellent una mtld rmUnrlle. rnrelr UiLinnXll frnlt Btowcrt, wheuse.1 to. Veaelobla. '! HaliS na llr.i Merflelna threw away their feaCli pits, are now kW In ih imrlil rus- - lb lure r ml limere tint; s,i dolUra a ton fur Item. 1 hey nre riho worth tbls for fuel. Tbey mskou botaud arooiat c Ore. LIVER, STOMACH OR OOVELS. llrllstilfut Oullnct. 'I'.tken eardla in lUreeMniis Mounuln Top nni Ocean Wave Tho re.iai haallti miI C..ci-j!- . sn.t UUlc Heat? "- -f .: j i.. -, condueted limited excursions to rnticEoei mrax. White Sulphur Hpnnes, Natural Ilrtdge and . lb and Old 1' mt Oomfort for August Heptomlwr Sllh. 1V9 not tlcal crowded t exeur-ienbut ideal pleusun tours thumKh Amei i. a. Huts rD tho hi art of Ve.iUu.o Hioiial svllt leave I liiclnnatl at aJBJ Vf 8:l. i M, roach White Huipbur the rat ?)r' fir night, Natural HiMro the sisvud, and Old li,, .i.m .ltir.1 ailmvlnc aniiitV tun, for sight teeing and rtsrrtaitr ilrtsealiotil en route lt..i.iid trip tu bets, til wi, Trw Including all exwuses ii ifoliig lrl I "II descriptive matter will liiterrn y-office, H for ate eel) ticket oriuldress:W II tiflh and I'iMxk, WalautatreeU, (kncral l'assenter Ageal, Clvdunail, Ohio 1 ii . wr-sona-llr .- die. T jn FILLS, rarv lllll.tjr "'" -- ftu.n JiADFIELDS 1 HHi-moo- s or Ilrsswix may Ve tiieil far poltshlng liao 41.. .in ...., ."-- J .Will.'. m..,rU'llllllV I.iIia .l.m.vlu,- .A n, tM.r.1 ,.. UrpwiiUaa, This aust be dene with great i.r.ii;riUan. cart) to awid toany degree of soilness tv beating with t.. MENSTRUATION If r.ni. TO'WOMAN'luuiV lnM.JMTMlV-IC.IM.I- ;oip i! FEMALE- -' REGULATOR THM1.N T DMI BMfliLD HGUUT0fi 1 TCtaf jaox DUHIHH naHGLU'K.BUtlt.WMjwUl COL - AUMIABA. f AM S I tat l. Wan-amak- d, ,.i( ImproTenienls lu l'as.enjer Cisra. Tho Wagner Pala.iCirtimiivJBy lsrc"o lutlonliing the n ipnirnl ef Its essra nnd making tnem aupirior to nn) tt.lt g ot the klmltn tho world One of tsie creates t Im pTovcmenta Is the lightlngof the cars with gas. lue Nriv Yorlt t'ntrwl & HudMm lllvrr lUilroad Companr Is also roulpiMtig Itapussencercoaohea with ras. About one lniiidr.il of them running out nf Now York The gs is City bavooecaaocjuippcd. in a rrunnsr unierrsdiraf, and ono tilling of ii wnllaat thn round .lndr trip between New York and I'hkngo. The Kas Is made front pctrotetim, and f urniaboe aCuVeandliowrrliKhtBsaalBtaltVeaB4llo Couches pivor light under the old IiRhted with Ras are astlk'htas a imrlor, and passengers ran read at wen in i" ruKtti as In Ibo daytime.-Hor- ao (N. Y ) bcnunel. LATEST STYLES - IX mtlL 'io-,.-- ! - L'Art Do Un ' Motto. , a i ui'iin iLtlril 1wat issutMSv tin tsar l.tlsr r.tis ni. t. "" man drove to tewn the other day fAr the first Utne since fall and beard ll.at lUrrUwu vivdted President. He doesn't take a iaperandit was newt to him A Jlositoa Coi.wr (O) tl Intelligent Readers will nolico that sriiunn nni e' ' .lllr. 1'at.ll.V.e, lull "l,,, leW. i i' Is arNswvJ!-e- r sa lur lalesl ' It,! To-da- y 10 'Cx i ..i tu., tilneyr to-d- ,'' nsriirsli.i.a. The Chicago & North Western Hallway l nfTer npinrtuniUea for an of tho cbeau.lende and if ro wine butlnesa cHitera of laws, ilinuesoU, Nebraska, Wyoming, North and Hooth Dakota, Cetoruilo and the far West and Northwest, by series Of Harvest Kieiirakms, fur which tickets ttitl tuid at hair rates, or one faro far the round trip leave Chicago, August Mh an.1 9ush, 10th and 2llh, and October Slli. For full parttoutars apply to any tk'.ot agsnt, or address K. P. Wiijo, General Passeo-ge- r North W cttern Itall-Agent Chioogo ay, Chicago, Illinois. Half-llHtn fli-jtknL- - R aire not "tntrrtitilnHnntf" sail clas or disease, lint ..nly atleh sts reeull from astlaurtterrU User, vlsi Vortirjo, lloadachc, Dyspepsia, M " mr ii mI 110 131.3. n se - II MK M cr t rr I I run. At they Bronntwnrritil1 'si a la MMU, httt ssre ns loiiiuUa u m.ieil). I'rlee.UOcla. iri- Fcvflrs, Costivcncss, BiliousColic, Flatulence, etc. - . le Hly 1 1 blood-smeare- d five-doll- ar o p!, Ictus-r- geographically tmlonga to America, but la cnnsldere.1 by tenia at belonging lo Europe because of its early discover In thenlnth century A. I). Do Wsi Need Ills; . m nnn agres land ivhle w JMllfll lilt II Mritut,..-- .,' .ik.miih '' u s.HII rx i.fil.i I, r ' ml(Mili-M,lV-l hoiAi i:vi:x:vviu:iti:. m rcpro-scntatl- sug-pos- j l" lly no means. Persons of herculean bund frequently Msess a minimum of gen ulnc visor, and exhibit less endurance than very small peoplo. ileal vigor means the ability to digest nnd sleep well, and to per form a reasonable nmountof daily ptivsn-a- l and mental labor without unnatural fatigue It s bocauso a course of Hste'ier'sKim ach Hitters enables the enfeebled dyspeptic to onnsumo tha allotted aitivity of every day life, as well as to pari. uio without discomfort In its enjoviiKUts. that It I sui-l- t a useful uiwlicine. .Mii.c..7 A A 4m! tU t little U ) tHht.it 4 4. tvrM.t t laTARRHBIS! .,,..,. jijkU r KIM sl 9ih K win rrJ I. it fin hi m ii in UbMs It tsHftj.4ar M V ' I I 111 I w Itml L - L.la. kr I ' mn I 4wt rMhuH ' A efWlti I. I r. M ,fi iI II -- iir ilir MVll, '! lell Ilkl! - i I AU. Ely's Cream Ualm ht tfolp, ncrs Ciuronxu holds lb oaks on tnsks ttorlet for the season of lbV., with Oeorgia and North Carolina crowding caab other far ircood place. Hsasit pureatlve remcslles arn fast RlvInK wav to the griillo actKn and mild effects ot Carter'a Uttlo Liver Pills. If you try thorn, tbey will certainly please )ou Tunas are 1,300 persons of the namo of Bmlih employed la the United Htates postal service. Do tod wish to know how to have no stam, and not half tho usual MS.k on washday I ;ic Ask vour grocer for n bar of XViofciHt' Gold in Head a .ea I 1 Bfef tZZI i g"r JST-- tU 'BS SSJitlllllj I' I. Kn-rrt- ti HALF RATES TJ ill FARMING . i REGIONS i WEST, SOUJHWFSr, NORTIIWESr. iir t ri trtd t ir etisirft " afl-flr- e can-cert- arm-hole- fort-resi- u' nses-ef-r.'- Upnty-four'liour- .. ? Srit rtrlloot. ATItNIIONt e - it . - i..i- tt r frit .Ju.ip.und tha directions will tell you - til , ,, , . .nr . how. Ho suro to get no Imitation. , Ml n,llls Id... . ...--. i. t ssarnvtss.ru .Si a ul H ls said that part of Queen Victoria's i..nr rri..l.l ..--- ufesM- t. ris.los urritu -. aat).fBUirsisarH.f satinrs hat bi:en Invested in real estate In ear New York City nnd that eaih fjAJ I CIUOWWX'S KJWUU, draws a handsome income from the rentals Mfl5 Dttl.L1,'":.!,'.-Vlt""aaltihcum is obliterated ibt.NTFRU.ti , , Juaip. ,, .rt,i,...iuc. Ktsurtrnrnof br Ultnn's fulphtir Hoiin. Tiiioiioitr not i.imi, p o.nat 1:0, rhtis., rs. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dyo, 00 cents. r ' tiii rsr. a A riE Tntsx has not been an execution of a Clu 10 ejejen im.month ran ,QU I wbi'e ii.au in Suutb Carvllna for twenty-liv- e ran mrmsii a 'rq a.i tii. It 'r . t Abl Isi'irtetredwlil ''?'" t iieainUt'let,''' ihrpu.nie... rp.ni iu m. uts mar I, pn Utalilreni- years. Im. A fw tsmriilfsll i.tnve. imlimi.mlW. 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